"(11 a.m. Very dull. F8 1/10). Post Office." The building in front of hills covered in trees. There is smoke coming out of the chimney of the post office and in front of the building there is a figure sitting on a bench. There is a road leading up to the building with a wire fence in front of it. To the right of the picture there are trees.
A rope bridge across a river. There are people at the bridge, one about to cross at the far side, one coming down the steps at the near side, one sitting on these steps and a man at the bottom of the near steps looking into the water. There are hills and trees in the background.
A road leading off into the distance. At both sides of the road there are walls and wire fences and at the other side of these there are grass and hills. Animals can be seen grazing on the grass to the left of the road.
Inchdownie House at Glenclova. Countess of Strathmore." A large house with a turret and an arched doorway. There is ivy growing up the wall and there is what looks like a rockery in front of the house. The foreground is a grassy area.
11 small drawings showing proposed railways passing through the parishes of KILSYTH, DENNY and DUNIPACE showing BARRATH, AUCHINCLOCH, VALLEYBURN, DENNYLOANHEAD, and PEATHILL, [Stirlingshire, Dumbartonshire, and Lanarkshire]. [?North British Railway Company].
(11) "The College Bishops' letter on the Usages", 1723. (Letter, 9 March, 1723, College of Bishops to Alexander Robertson, Minister at Langside, Kilmundy). Encloses circular letter and formula relating to "antiquated usages" being introduced into worship by "incompetent authority" and requesting that he disperse these in the Presbytery of Aberdeen. [With facsimiles of signatures].
"(11.15 a.m. Sun. Imperial S.S. F14 1/5s). Arbirlot Road. Arbroath." A curved road with houses to the left and to the right a wall with raised ground to the other side of it. There are trees behind the buildings and on the raised area and in the street there is a man leading a horse pulling a plough. There are also people at the far end of the street.