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Commonplace book: includes transcript by Thomas Brett of correspondence relating to proposals of the Non-juring Bishops ('The Orthodox and Catholic Remnant of the British Churches') to seek a union with The Greek Orthodox Church, 1716-1722. 1728. Also ...

Commonplace book: includes transcript by Thomas Brett of correspondence relating to proposals of the Non-juring Bishops ('The Orthodox and Catholic Remnant of the British Churches') to seek a union with The Greek Orthodox Church, 1716-1722. 1728. Also includes extracts from Responsio ad Bellarminum, Bishop Andrews, Library of Anglo Catholic Theology, 1610.

Diocese of Brechin

Commonplace book of J.H. Forbes. Includes transcripts of discourses and prayers arranged as infra, with manuscript note in 19th century hand: "Presented to the Library of Laurencekirk".

376pp. [Donor unspecified]. [pp.1-2]. "Linlithgo[w] Thursday, 22 September, 1709. By Lady Ebden to J. G...n". Begins "Go gett a quair of paper. Make it in the form of a book..." followed by prayer. [pp.3-59]. Book 1, chapters 1-21. "This Book is entitled The Last Revelation that I shall be putt in print to the sons and children of man". Chapter 1 begins, "I who am about the giving of this Revelation and the living and true God". [pp.59-84]. Book II, chapters 1-7. Begins, "Is it to be thought that I can always bear not such provocations...". [pp.84-167]. Book III, chapters 1-27, "Linlithgo[w], Saturday, 24 September, 1709". Begins with prayer. Chapter 1 begins "Now the full time is come which was long looked for...". [pp.168-372]. Book IV, chapters 1-66, "Linlithgo[w], Monday, 26 September, 1709". Begins with prayer. Chapter 1, begins "The next text of Scripture that is to be considered is this Pails going to Damascus..."

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Commonplace book of J.H. Forbes. Includes transcripts of discourses, sermons and prayers, by [Thomas] Barnes, "Lady Clava", James Cunningham, T. Dutton, Guy Nutt, John Potter [successively Bishop of Oxford and Bishop of Canterbury]. With manuscript not...

Commonplace book of J.H. Forbes. Includes transcripts of discourses, sermons and prayers, by [Thomas] Barnes, "Lady Clava", James Cunningham, T. Dutton, Guy Nutt, John Potter [successively Bishop of Oxford and Bishop of Canterbury]. With manuscript note in 19th century hand, "Presented to the Library of Laurencekirk".

c.700pp. [Donor unspecified].

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Contract of agreement between Walter Bain, Mason in Dundee and Dr James Hutcheson, Physician of Edin banks, 1782 for work by the former on the land lying south side of the Overgate and immediately on the west side of the Overgate well. Gives specific d...

Contract of agreement between Walter Bain, Mason in Dundee and Dr James Hutcheson, Physician of Edin banks, 1782 for work by the former on the land lying south side of the Overgate and immediately on the west side of the Overgate well. Gives specific description of work to be carried out, materials used and payment required. [4pp]

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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".

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]

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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.

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]

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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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Correspondence relating to the Episcopal Church at Laurencekirk, 1854-1874, particularly as to controversy over Scottish Communion Office.

Correspondence relating to the Episcopal Church at Laurencekirk, 1854-1874, particularly as to controversy over Scottish Communion Office. Correspondents are: Alexander Crombie 1871 [7]; Alexander Forbes Irvine 1874 [2]. Alexander Simpson [1].

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Creed of the Ancient Syrian Church, as published in 1874 by the Syrian Partiarch of Antioch, Ignatius Peter III. Found in 'The Ancient Syrian Church in Mesopotamia', Bishop Oswald Hutten Parry

Creed of the Ancient Syrian Church, as published in 1874 by the Syrian Partiarch of Antioch, Ignatius Peter III. Found in 'The Ancient Syrian Church in Mesopotamia', Bishop Oswald Hutten Parry

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