Copy of epitaph to the memory of the late Rev. Bishop Watson on his gravestone in the churchyard of Laurencekirk, d.1808; "The Stone having became much defaced by the weather. It has been cleaned and recut in the lettering; Summer 1857". [1p]
Presentation by members of the vestry, in favour of James Crabb to St. Andrews Church, Brechin, 1865. Includes related extract from minute of meeting of St. Andrews Chapel, Brechin, 9 May 1864; relating to same.
Presentation by George, James and Robert Masson, Alexander and James Christie and Alexander Lees, in favour of William Hatt to the Episcopal Chapel at Muchall's, 1865; with annotation in different hand, 'Formally granted 18 September 1868.
Copy of letter by the vestry of St. Laurence Church to Alexander Gibbon Esq., of Johnston, 1871. Expresses dissatisfaction with Dr Flemying's incumbency and the unfinished work of rebuilding the new church. [4pp]
Correspondents are: A. Dunbar 1835 ; Alexander Jolly, Bishop of Aberdeen, 1826-1837 ; D. Moir, 1827 ; Michael Russell, Bishop of Glasgow, 1832 ; James Walker, 1826-1837 . Also includes: Minutes concerning the Chapel at Balgrow in the Parish of Duffus, 15 September 1816. Relates to rehousing of the Episcopal congregation of Duffus and the programme for rebuilding of the Episcopal Chapel destroyed in 1806. Includes copy correspondence relating to same. [2pp] Redeclaration by Arthur Petrie and Andrew Macfarlane, Ministers of the Gospel at Mieklefolla and Inverness that the sum of £21, the contents of a bond in their favour by Lewis Kay of Rosellehaugh of 28 July, is to be employed towards building a house for the Episcopal clergyman officiating in Kearn of Duffus when it shall be necessary, 31 July 1780. [1p] Ordination in favour of William Murray as Deacon of the Episcopal Church in Scotland. Ordained by William Abernethy Drummond of Hawthornden, Bishop of Glasgow, 9 July 1801. [Latin; parchment]. [1p] Ordination in favour of Alexander Law as a presbyter, 11 June 1723. Given by James Gadderar, Bishop of Aberdeen. [1p] Ordination by John Watson, Bishop of Dunkeld in favour of William Murray, 14 March 1804. [Latin]. [1p]