St Salvador's Dundee, 1857-1874' by Calder Jamieson, published 1984. Short history and architectural analysis of St Salvador's Episcopal Church, Dundee, designed by George Frederick Bodley, R.A. (1827-1907). 2 copies
Daily record of Church services July 1947-April 1956, includes names/initials of officiants and preachers, individual service congregation totals, individual service collection/offerings totals. Register also includes a remarks column that report on any important news items and the weather. Also included are several items of Church correspondence.
A somewhat incoherent MS and typescript written after 1760. (MS in Brechin Library, written by someone like Mr Dick and at about the same period'. Refers to the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion and its aftermath but the style of writing makes it almost incomprehensible. It may be a translation or copy from a printed work. Headed: 'Continuation Eleventh Section XVIII', also includes 'sections XXIX and XXX'. Begins: "An officer was likewise found whom we too shall name Sir John Cope ..." Ends: "The human mind ... It is but criminal, as it neglects the wisdom with it or Prostitutes that which it ought to protect in virtuous practice. Catterinal".
"Proofs that the cases of Convocational 'Censure' are irrelevant -". Note in unidentified hand; possibly 19th century, refers to the extent of legal right of religious censorship on literature. Gives specific examples, n.d. [4pp]