(533) The second address of the presbyters of Edinburgh to Bishop Keith. Complains of the bishops' silence over a previous address and asks for assurance that the English Liturgy would not be proscribed. Includes marginal notes attributed to Bishop Keith and further notes by Christie.
6 November, 1788, Patrick Rose, Arbroath to Robert Spark, Drumlithie. Quotes an extract from an account by Bishop Strachan relating to election of Brown to the position of Bishop. Relates to the possibility of union with the English church. [pp.173-177].
Notes concerning the Rev. Alexander Cheyne, Minister of the Gospel at Stonehaven Episcopal Chapel, 1737, 1738-1741, Rev. Robert Thomson, 17??-1737, and Rev. John Ramsay, 1741-1744, with facsimile signatures and extracts c.1910.
Notices of the Rev. John Watt, once duly qualified Minister of the Episcopal Church (Qualified Congregation) of Stonehaven. Also of Rev. Robert Memess who succeeded him. Entries dated from c.1749; with related correspondence, 1909-1921.
Transcript: 'A Representation of the State of the Church in North Britain as to Episcopacy and Liturgy and of the sufferings of the Orthodox and Regular Clergy from the Enemies of Both. But more Especially of the Episcopal Churches within the Diocese and Shire of Aberdeen. To which is prefixed (A Disquisition concerning Ecclesiastical Censures, etc.)'. London: printed for, W. & I. Innys. 1718. With explanatory annotations by Christie and others, and index of persons and places. Transcript not dated.
Transcripts of 3 pamphlets: 'Case of the present Afflicted Clergy in Scotland truly represented by a lover of the Church and his country'. London, 1690. 'An Historical Relation of the late General Assembly held at Edinburgh, 16 October - 13 November, 1690, in a letter from a person in Edinburgh to his friend in London'. London, 1691. Transcribed c.1912.
Black Book'; notes on Stonehaven Episcopal Church. Extracts from Episcopal records and published works, dated c.1700-1906, concerning genealogies of clergy and others with related notes and correspondence. Includes list of 18th century Stonehaven freemasons. Compiled 1899-1908.