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Petition by Samuel Forbes of Knapperny to the Lords of Council and Session against Sir William Johnston and others. Concerns a year's tacks of the customs and excise of foreign goods imported into Scotland, 22 June, 1737; with answers to signed petitio...

Petition by Samuel Forbes of Knapperny to the Lords of Council and Session against Sir William Johnston and others. Concerns a year's tacks of the customs and excise of foreign goods imported into Scotland, 22 June, 1737; with answers to signed petition, 5 July, 1737.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Plan and section for a Bridge over the River Dee at Cobleheugh with approaches showing also the ground which may be required for Toll Houses, Aberdeen.

Architect and Engineer: William Smith. Scale of plan approximately 1 in. to 20 ft. [1:240] Horizontal scale approximately 1 in. to 60 ft. [1:720] Vertical scale approximately 1 in. to 13 ft. [1:156] 55 x 43 cm.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Scrapbook: Seabury Cathedral for Aberdeen; with some notes on previous attempts at a Cathedral in Aberdeen for Scottish Episcopacy. Newspaper cuttings

Includes: 'The Bishop Seabury Memorial': booklet concerning the plan to reconstruct St. Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen as a memorial of the consecration of Bishop Seabury, the first American Bishop. Includes historical facts about the Episcopal Church in Scotland. Printed card with New Year greetings, William Smith, The Bon-Accord Press, Aberdeen, 1905. Contains photograph: A Picturesque Corner of the Guestrow, with historical notes.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of Episcopal registers and related volumes.

(1) The Session Book of Blair [Blairgowrie] meeting house, 1712-1762; with index of names, includes baptisms 1712-1716 and (at end) 1717-1718, marriages 1712-1717. (2) Note of prayerbook given to those that frequent the meeting house of Blairgowrie with account of what money was received from them. c.1712. (3) List of persons in "my" Logie congregation. Other places mentioned are Auchtergaven, Balmacolly, Bonnerhill, Cross Roads, Five Mile House, Instrivy, Invernylie, Jackstown, Lohok, Middle Benchill, Moorside, Newbigging, Newmiln, Raghiley, Stanley, Taymouth, Tullibeagles, Wood. (4) Extracts from accounts and minutes 1711-1714 and, at end, 1742-1749.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of Episcopal records

Account of money paid out by William Gibbon merchant in Stonehaven for buying and building the Meeting House in Stonehaven with one account of money received by him of collections from charitable people, 1751, entries 1737-1738 and 1744. [19th century transcript, with notes by Dean Christie, c.1912].

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcript of miscellaneous diaries and journals.

Diary of Mr James Guthrie, Minister of Arbirlot [1635-1662], 1612-1661; continued by Mr John Guthrie, his son, to 1681. Notes on the family of Lamb and list of charters granted to Guthrie family c.1315-1541. Transcribed from copy of Helen Lingard Guthrie, Carnoustie House, 1919. ["Miss Lingard Guthrie copied her version from copies of the original made by Rev. R. Lingard Guthrie, her grandfather and another older copy, 1918. Original was believed by her to be in possession of some of the Guthries of Craigie"].

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of papers in the 'Episcopal Chest'.

Letters from the Episcopal Chest, Vol. 2: MSS nos. 1834-1846: Bishop Alexander Rose to Archibald Campbell and John Falconer, 1715-1720. Subjects include imprisonment of the Earls of Wigan, Hume Kinnoul; the Synodical Decision in Scotland as to primitive uses not to be complied with; the controversy among Protestants and the persecution of clergy in Scotland. Also includes notes from unidentified printed source on "Squire Nelson", (Robert Nelson). Transcribed c.1912.

Dean William Leslie Christie

Transcripts of papers in the 'Episcopal Chest'.

Episcopal Clergy Fund. Minutes of the Charitable Contributions for the relief of the Indigent Episcopal Clergy and their widows, 1754-1786. Also includes: Account of charities for the relief of the poor Episcopal Clergy in collection book of Mr William Harper and Mr John Addison, 1739-1741. [Original MS notebook]. Transcribed from original in Advocates Library, (MS 16.2.1), c.1912.

Dean William Leslie Christie

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