Contains discourses, 1864-1875, also 'In Memory of JM. Baxter,' a poem by Mr Scrimgeour, 1876, with 'Lines by G[?] Baxter on the death of his infant sister, Alison Handyside', nd, and 'Ordination of John Sandeman, Glasgow,' order of service, 1889
Foreword by George Hutton, Dundee 1836, concerning origin and copying of these under supervision of Stephen Fawcett, Usher at the Classical Academy at Chester. Also contains index of sermons giving text, date and page number and engravings of John Glas and Robert Sandeman [loose].
Written as five letters from 'J.G.' [John Glas] to 'G.M.' [George Miller], with further commentary on 'The Two Witnesses Prophesying in Sackcloth 1260 days... ' and 'of the Conversion of the Jews'. With instructions on how it is to be printed
The correspondents include John Glas, Robert Sandeman, John Ebenezer Erskine, Dr John Boswell, Francis Archibald, William Morison, Robert Ferrier, William Sandeman, James Duff and James Morrison. The subjects include doctrinal, congregational and personal matters, including the Sandemanians in Newhaven, Connecticut, being viewed as traitors because of their loyalty to King George III at the beginning of the American War of Independence. Also includes list of contents, 20th century
Contains copies of letters, mainly correspondence between the churches at Dundee, Edinburgh, London, and Glasgow relating to the different viewpoint on the eating of blood taken by the church in Edinburgh, 1854-1855. The correspondents include Miss J.H.Hornblower, Stamford Hill; George H. Baxter, Dundee; Mr Buchanan, Edinburgh; George Waterston, Edinburgh; Michael Faraday, London; Wm B. Ely, Danbury; also statement by George Sandeman
Copies of letters George Waterston, Elders of the Church in London, and others, with a 'Note of the results arrived at in a meeting of the Elders & Deacons of the Church of Perth on the subject of the possibility of the churches & scattered brethren in this country known as Gasites or Sandemanians walking together in the fear of the Lord as having the source faith and Hope and minding the same things, 6 May 1888'
Transcribed notes of their conversation about eating blood: 'Mr Sandeman remarked that this is a sad thing this separation and spoke in the way of lamenting133.the whole matter lies in a nutshell - you charge us with the sin of eating blood because we consider it lawful to eat game133.after the blood is separated from the flesh' Croal notes that as the meeting was unexpected 'I thought I would speak freely' [3 copies]