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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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Before a Communion. St. Luke 22.19-20 compared with 1 Corinthians 11.23-25: and He took bread and gave thanks and brake it... Isaiah 9.6: For unto us a child is born... For Christmas. St. Luke 1912, Psalms 23.1-2, St. Matthew 22.1, St. John 15.1, Eccle...

Before a Communion. St. Luke 22.19-20 compared with 1 Corinthians 11.23-25: and He took bread and gave thanks and brake it... Isaiah 9.6: For unto us a child is born... For Christmas. St. Luke 1912, Psalms 23.1-2, St. Matthew 22.1, St. John 15.1, Ecclesiastes 12.5: Man goeth to his long home., Acts 8.14-17; 19.1., Hebrews 6.12.

Sermons preached by the Rev. George Garden, incumbent of Stonehaven, 1793-1834 and incumbent of Muchalls previously. Muchalls, Stonehaven, No. 108, Muchalls, Stonehaven, No. 260, Muchalls, Stonehaven, No. 133, Muchalls, Stonehaven, No. 159

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Bookmark, [date unknown] upon which are various advertisements. Found in Vol. 4 of The History of the Church of England from the Abolition of the Roman Jurisdiction, 2nd ed. Dixon, Richard Watson. London: Routledge, 1884.

Bookmark, [date unknown] upon which are various advertisements. Found in Vol. 4 of The History of the Church of England from the Abolition of the Roman Jurisdiction, 2nd ed. Dixon, Richard Watson. London: Routledge, 1884.

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Brechin Diocesan Library Revised Catalogue

Volume, labelled 'Revised Catalogue 1904'. Volume is a combination of 'Catalogue of the Brechin Diocesan Library, deposited at the Chapter House, Brechin with an appendix' printed in 1869 with additional appendices of 1879 and 1886 and marked with alterations made in 1904. Includes extensive annotations. Front and end papers include plan of Library and list of which shelves hold which book classifications

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Brechin Pamphlets

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  • 1590-1953
Pamphlets collected by the Brechin Episcopal Church

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Chatechetical instructions identified by Dean Christie as being in the hand of Robert Keith, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus. Begins with extract from a sermon by Keith on the death of Bishop Rattray, preached 15 May 1743. The contents of the rest of th...

Chatechetical instructions identified by Dean Christie as being in the hand of Robert Keith, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus. Begins with extract from a sermon by Keith on the death of Bishop Rattray, preached 15 May 1743. The contents of the rest of the volume are "evidently a skeleton draft with intervening blank leaves of a course of instruction for Confirmation and first Communion with further warnings on the infidelity of the times, possibly incorporating draft notes left by Bishop Rattray"

Includes [pp.87-96] notes, identified as being in the hand of Bishop William Falconer from Bishop Ken[nedy?] on the Eucharist. With signature, George Grub, 1837. Volume presented by George Grub 1837. Volume presented by George Grub's son, Charles Grub to Dean Christie, 1918. Also includes an App.endix bearing on the authorship of the manuscript "being a letter in reply to the enquiry of Rev. Charles Grub" and letter, 1 May, 1918, Charles Grub to Dean Christie enclosing the volume.

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Circular: A Few Thoughts Bearing upon the Healing of Existing Divisions within the Scottish Church respectfully Submitted to the Lord Bishop of Moray and Ross, by a Layman. [George Frederick Boyle to Robert Eden, Isle of Cumbrae].

Circular: A Few Thoughts Bearing upon the Healing of Existing Divisions within the Scottish Church respectfully Submitted to the Lord Bishop of Moray and Ross, by a Layman. [George Frederick Boyle to Robert Eden, Isle of Cumbrae]. [Printed]. [8pp]

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Circular letter [1860] members of the Clergy of the Scottish Episcopal Church to Patrick Cheyne. Protests against Cheyne's dismissal from his incumbency. Also letter, [10 March 1860], [Patrick] Cheyne to members of the Scottish Episcopal Church. Acknow...

Circular letter [1860] members of the Clergy of the Scottish Episcopal Church to Patrick Cheyne. Protests against Cheyne's dismissal from his incumbency. Also letter, [10 March 1860], [Patrick] Cheyne to members of the Scottish Episcopal Church. Acknowledges support pledged in the aforementioned letter. [Printed]. [4pp]

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Circular letter, 18 September 1873, Alexander Leslie to members of the Episcopal Church Society. Relates to suggestion the maintenance and increased efficiency of the society.

Circular letter, 18 September 1873, Alexander Leslie to members of the Episcopal Church Society. Relates to suggestion the maintenance and increased efficiency of the society. [Printed]. [1p]

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