2 articles titled 'A Histochemical Enzyme Kinetic System Applied to the Trypsin-Like Amidase and Esterase Activity in Human Mast Cells' and 'Further Observations on Histochemical Esterase and Amidase Activities with Similarities to Trypsin' both by Vaino K. Hopsu and George G. Glenner.
Copy letters, 1733-1761, from Sandeman to Samuel Newham, Samuel Pike, and John Cranston, with others from George Glas, Thomas Foxcroft, David Sandeman, Thomas Black, John Barnard and others. The letters relate to ideology, church business and fellowship
Noted that the Treatise was first written 1762-3 and transcribed in 1794 by James Allen of Gayle, Yorkshire. Annotation: 'Evidently copied by GH of Dundee'. Contains transcribed correspondence, 1762-1766, the majority to James Allen in Yorkshire. Correspondents include James Allen, Newby and Gayle; Robert Sandeman, Edinburgh and London; John Glas, Dundee; John Barnard, London; Thomas Brooke, Paisley; Edward 'Gorrill' [Gorell], 'Hazleham' [Hazlehall]; Thomas Sandeman, Perth; James Cargill; Andrew Oliphant; Edward Foster, Boston, Massachusetts. Also contains transcription of biography taken from the Caledonian Magazine and Review, 1784, of Benedict Arnold, highlighting the fact that while on the pro-independence side he targeted Sandemanians in a number of locations because of their loyalist stance.