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Presentation by members of the vestry, in favour of James Crabb to St. Andrews Church, Brechin, 1865. Includes related extract from minute of meeting of St. Andrews Chapel, Brechin, 9 May 1864; relating to same.

Presentation by members of the vestry, in favour of James Crabb to St. Andrews Church, Brechin, 1865. Includes related extract from minute of meeting of St. Andrews Chapel, Brechin, 9 May 1864; relating to same.

Diocese of Brechin

Presentation by George, James and Robert Masson, Alexander and James Christie and Alexander Lees, in favour of William Hatt to the Episcopal Chapel at Muchall's, 1865; with annotation in different hand, 'Formally granted 18 September 1868.

Presentation by George, James and Robert Masson, Alexander and James Christie and Alexander Lees, in favour of William Hatt to the Episcopal Chapel at Muchall's, 1865; with annotation in different hand, 'Formally granted 18 September 1868.

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"No. X", 11 December 1876, St. Giles House [Salisbury], Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Repudiates the view expounded by Kinnaird's anonymous antagonist" on his behest and leaves the publications of the aforementioned correspondence in the "hands...

"No. X", 11 December 1876, St. Giles House [Salisbury], Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Repudiates the view expounded by Kinnaird's anonymous antagonist" on his behest and leaves the publications of the aforementioned correspondence in the "hands of his friends in Scotland". [2pp]

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"No. III";. Rossie Priory, Inchture [Lord Kinnaird] to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Questions Shaftesbury's support of the Church of England in Scotland and defends the rights of the Anglican congregations in Scotland.

"No. III"; Rossie Priory, Inchture [Lord Kinnaird] to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Questions Shaftesbury's support of the Church of England in Scotland and defends the rights of the Anglican congregations in Scotland. [Incomplete]. [8pp]

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"No. IV"; 24 November 1867, Salisbury, Anthony A. Cooper; 7th Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Refers Kinnaird to the opinions of A.J. Stephens "The eminent Barrister" on the [legal] position of perpetuity of the Church of England in Scotland.

"No. IV"; 24 November 1867, Salisbury, Anthony A. Cooper; 7th Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Refers Kinnaird to the opinions of A.J. Stephens "The eminent Barrister" on the [legal] position of perpetuity of the Church of England in Scotland. [3pp]

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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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Memorial for James Speid and others. Vestrymen of St. Andrews Chapel in Brechin in reference to action by William Maule of Maulesden, James Earl of Southesk and others against them

Memorial for James Speid and others. Vestrymen of St. Andrews Chapel in Brechin in reference to action by William Maule of Maulesden, James Earl of Southesk and others against them, 1859. [Copy]. [47pp]

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Declaration by 23 Presbyters of the Episcopal Church in Scotland dissenting from "a tendency to infringe on the liberty of teaching in regard to the Holy Eucharist which has hitherto been permitted in our Church", in the hand of [George Frederick Boyle...

Declaration by 23 Presbyters of the Episcopal Church in Scotland dissenting from "a tendency to infringe on the liberty of teaching in regard to the Holy Eucharist which has hitherto been permitted in our Church", in the hand of [George Frederick Boyle]; "Some verbal alterations have been made subsequently G.F.B.". [19th century]. [1p]

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The Perth Cathedral Declaration: considered with special reference to a recent article in the Scottish Ecclesiastical Journal. Includes A Few Brief Notes on the Foregoing Declaration' by Henry Humble and George Frederick Boyle

The Perth Cathedral Declaration: considered with special reference to a recent article in the Scottish Ecclesiastical Journal. Includes A Few Brief Notes on the Foregoing Declaration' by Henry Humble and George Frederick Boyle. [Printed]. [3pp]

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Pamphlet: A Primary Charge Delivered to the Clergy of his Diocese at the Annual Synod of 1857 by A.P. Forbes, D.C.L., Bishop of Brechin, with signature, "Robert Sturrock on cover.

Pamphlet: A Primary Charge Delivered to the Clergy of his Diocese at the Annual Synod of 1857 by A.P. Forbes, D.C.L., Bishop of Brechin, with signature, "Robert Sturrock on cover. [Printed 1858].

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