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"No. III";. Rossie Priory, Inchture [Lord Kinnaird] to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Questions Shaftesbury's support of the Church of England in Scotland and defends the rights of the Anglican congregations in Scotland.

"No. III"; Rossie Priory, Inchture [Lord Kinnaird] to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Questions Shaftesbury's support of the Church of England in Scotland and defends the rights of the Anglican congregations in Scotland. [Incomplete]. [8pp]

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"No. IV"; 24 November 1867, Salisbury, Anthony A. Cooper; 7th Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Refers Kinnaird to the opinions of A.J. Stephens "The eminent Barrister" on the [legal] position of perpetuity of the Church of England in Scotland.

"No. IV"; 24 November 1867, Salisbury, Anthony A. Cooper; 7th Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Refers Kinnaird to the opinions of A.J. Stephens "The eminent Barrister" on the [legal] position of perpetuity of the Church of England in Scotland. [3pp]

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"No. V"; Rossie Priory, Inchture, [Lord Kinnaird]. Outlines the position of the Episcopal Church in Scotland and cites passages from the Bible defending the rights of the Scottish Bishops against parliamentary and legal coercion.

"No. V"; Rossie Priory, Inchture, [Lord Kinnaird]. Outlines the position of the Episcopal Church in Scotland and cites passages from the Bible defending the rights of the Scottish Bishops against parliamentary and legal coercion. [Incomplete]. [9pp]

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"No. VII"; 2 December 1876, London, Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Challenges Kinnaird's correspondence as being written on his behalf by an "unknown antagonist" and repudiates the views expounded in "No. V".

"No. VII"; 2 December 1876, London, Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Challenges Kinnaird's correspondence as being written on his behalf by an "unknown antagonist" and repudiates the views expounded in "No. V". [4pp]

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"No. VIII"; 8 December 1876, London, Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Disassociates himself from the previous correspondence as "the third unnamed party" who read and answered correspondence on behalf of Kinnaird has "removed all character of Priv...

"No. VIII"; 8 December 1876, London, Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Disassociates himself from the previous correspondence as "the third unnamed party" who read and answered correspondence on behalf of Kinnaird has "removed all character of Privacy". [2pp]

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"No. IX"; [7 December] St. Giles House [Salisbury], The Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Justifies the "extraneous aid" he obtained in composing his correspondence to Shaftesbury and consents to publications of same.

"No. IX"; [7 December] St. Giles House [Salisbury], The Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Justifies the "extraneous aid" he obtained in composing his correspondence to Shaftesbury and consents to publications of same. [2pp]

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Baptism Register

Baptism register of Rev. David Rose containing note of baptisms in Birse, Careston [Caraldston], Dunlappie, Edzell, Fettercairn, Glenmuich, Lethnott, Lochlee, Menmure, Navar, Strathcathro, 1723-1735. Notebook has binding and some pages missing and had been used at later dates for children's handwriting copy exercises in at least 2 hands: Charles Barnot, 1764 and James Mitchell, 1780. pp.1-13 Baptisms; Lochlee, 9 July 1727 - 19 October 1735. pp.13-26 Copy exercises. pp.27-32 Baptisms: Lethnott, 17 January 1724 - 26 November 1732; Navar, 7 December 1729 and Menmure, 9 December 1729. pp.32-34 Copy exercises. pp.35-46 Baptisms: Birse, Careston, Dunlappie, Edzell, Fettercairn, Glenmuich, Menmure, Navar, Stracathro, October 1723 - December 1735. pp.46-48 Part of a sermon or treatise on the Pope's supremacy [in earlier hand than that of David Rose]. [For transcript, notes on and index to this register See Br MS 3/DC/17A].

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Correspondence and miscellaneous printed papers mainly addressed to Walter H. de Voil, Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin

Correspondence and miscellaneous printed papers mainly addressed to Walter H. de Voil, Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin, c.1931-1969. Relates mainly to the personal researches of de Voil on the Old Catholic Church in Britain and abroad; submitted for degree of Ph.D., to Edinburgh University 1937. Refers to the Old Catholic Church, U.S.A.; the Evangelisch Katholieke Germeenschaap, Arnhem, the Mariavites; the Polish Old Catholic Church and the Episcopi Vagantes. Also correspondence between Walter H. de Voil and Peter F. Anson, relates mainly to Robert [Dominic/Arundell Bruce and in particular to the controversy arising from Bruce's consecration as Old Catholic Bishop of Scotia and the Isles and discusses Anson's proposed publications; 'Pretentious Prelates' and 'Bishops at Large' 1962-1964. Includes letter, 16 July 1958, London, Herbert Waddams to Rev. Dr G.K.A. Bell. Concerns Bishop D.A. Thompson. [Typescript]. [1p] Correspondents are: Theodore Andrews [1] 1952; Peter F. Anson [22] 1962-1964; J.E. Bazille-Corbin [1] 1951; A.J. Van der Bergh [1] 1937; Henry R.T. Brandreth [1] 1948; Ralph W. Brown, General Secretary of the World Conference on Faith and Order [1] 1932; Dorothy Mary Bruce [2] 1963; Robert [Dominic/Arundell?] Bruce [7] 1962; N.A. Francis (for Ian Michell) [2] 1957; Frank Gavin [1] 1934; H.R. Harvey [1] 1943; Dom. Horton, O.S.B., [1] 1936; John W.A. Howe, Episcopal Bishop of St. Andrews [3] 1962-1963; H.R. Hunney [1] 1945; Michael F. Hung [1] 1963; John Z. Jasinski [1] 1934; J.C.M. Keman [1] 1951; Dr Adolf Küry [letters to: 1] 1932; Robert F. Lau [1] 1934; Ian Michell [4 letters to: 1] 1950-1957; C.B. Moss [4] 1936, 1946; Vivian A. Peterson [1] 1934; Marion Ryan for Morehouse Publishing Co. [1] 1932; John Chapell Sprott; Episcopal Bishop of Brechin [1] 1963; E.A. Uphill [1] 1946; Herbert M. Waddams, Church of England; Council on Foreign Relations [2] 1957-1958; Bernard M. Williams, Old Roman Catholic Bishop of the (Pro-Uniate) Rite [12] 1934-1951; Frank E. Wilson, Bishop of Eau Clare, U.S.A. [1] 1932. Also includes: Appeal in aid of: 'The Old Roman Catholic Church' (English Rite). [Typescript]. [1p] Copy of Crux, the monthly Anglican Catholic Newspaper. 1960. The Diocesan Chronicle issued by the Old Roman Catholic (Pro-Uniate) Rite of Great Britain No. 7-10, 1949-1950. Onward. The Monthly Paper of the Old Roman Catholic Church, No. 4, 10, 13 and Vol. III, No. 4, 1955-1957. Advertising circular, Mrs Kathleen M. McIntosh, Maker of Vestments and Antependia to the Episcopal Church in Scotland, n.d. [Printed]. [1p] Copy of a letter addressed to his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury [Geoffrey Francis Fisher, D.D.] by Bernard Mary Williams, Archbishop of the Old Roman Catholic (Pro-Uniate) Rite. [Printed]. [11pp] Pamphlet, The History and Purpose of the Old Roman Catholic (Pro-Uniate) Rite of Great Britain, 1939. [Printed]. [14pp] 'An Episcopal Odyssey', an Open Letter to His Grace the Right Hon. and Most Rev. Randall Thomas Davidson, D.D., Lord Archbishop of Canterbury from Arnold Harris Mathew, Bishop of the Old Roman Catholic Rite in Great Britain and Ireland de jure 4th Earl of Llandaff of Thomastown, Co. Tipperary c.1915. Includes notes possibly in the hand of Walter H. de Voil, "The Author of this book was really not Mathew but his suffragan". [34pp]

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Memorial for James Speid and others. Vestrymen of St. Andrews Chapel in Brechin in reference to action by William Maule of Maulesden, James Earl of Southesk and others against them

Memorial for James Speid and others. Vestrymen of St. Andrews Chapel in Brechin in reference to action by William Maule of Maulesden, James Earl of Southesk and others against them, 1859. [Copy]. [47pp]

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Reasons of Appeal by the Very Rev. James Smith, Dean of Moray and Ross, to the College of Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Scotland against a Revocation of his Appointment as Dean of said Diocese by the Rt. Rev. The Bishop of Moray and Ross

Reasons of Appeal by the Very Rev. James Smith, Dean of Moray and Ross, to the College of Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Scotland against a Revocation of his Appointment as Dean of said Diocese by the Rt. Rev. The Bishop of Moray and Ross. [Printed]. [4pp]

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"Petition of the undersigned duly ordained ministers of the Church of England, now officiating in Scotland ... to the Rt. Hon. the Lord Spiritual and Temporal of the United Kingdom, in Parliament Assembled". Protests against proposals to "give authorit...

"Petition of the undersigned duly ordained ministers of the Church of England, now officiating in Scotland ... to the Rt. Hon. the Lord Spiritual and Temporal of the United Kingdom, in Parliament Assembled". Protests against proposals to "give authority to a certain Bishop or Bishops in England, to exercise Episcopal functions within the diocese of the Bishop's in this country [Scotland]". [Proof]. Includes amendments possibly in the hand of Alexander Penrose Forbes, Bishop of Brechin. [19th century]. [Printed]. [4pp]

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Declaration by 23 Presbyters of the Episcopal Church in Scotland dissenting from "a tendency to infringe on the liberty of teaching in regard to the Holy Eucharist which has hitherto been permitted in our Church", in the hand of [George Frederick Boyle...

Declaration by 23 Presbyters of the Episcopal Church in Scotland dissenting from "a tendency to infringe on the liberty of teaching in regard to the Holy Eucharist which has hitherto been permitted in our Church", in the hand of [George Frederick Boyle]; "Some verbal alterations have been made subsequently G.F.B.". [19th century]. [1p]

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