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Extract service in favour of Cirstane Burnett, spouse to John Balfour, gardener in Fetteresso and Agnes Burnett, spouse to Alexander Spalding in Lochend as sisters and heir to the deceased John Burnett, sometime burgess in Brechin.

Extract service in favour of Cirstane Burnett, spouse to John Balfour, gardener in Fetteresso and Agnes Burnett, spouse to Alexander Spalding in Lochend as sisters and heir to the deceased John Burnett, sometime burgess in Brechin.

Diocese of Brechin

A somewhat incoherent MS and typescript written after 1760. (MS in Brechin Library, written by someone like Mr Dick and at about the same period'. Refers to the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion and its aftermath but the style of writing makes it almost incompr...

A somewhat incoherent MS and typescript written after 1760. (MS in Brechin Library, written by someone like Mr Dick and at about the same period'. Refers to the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion and its aftermath but the style of writing makes it almost incomprehensible. It may be a translation or copy from a printed work. Headed: 'Continuation Eleventh Section XVIII', also includes 'sections XXIX and XXX'. Begins: "An officer was likewise found whom we too shall name Sir John Cope ..." Ends: "The human mind ... It is but criminal, as it neglects the wisdom with it or Prostitutes that which it ought to protect in virtuous practice. Catterinal".

Diocese of Brechin

Letter, 18 September 1891, Muchalls, William Hatt to "My Dear Lord Primus" [Hugh W. Jermyn]. Acknowledges receipt of the deed of appointment for the position of Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin.

Letter, 18 September 1891, Muchalls, William Hatt to "My Dear Lord Primus" [Hugh W. Jermyn]. Acknowledges receipt of the deed of appointment for the position of Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin. [3pp]

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"Inverness Cathedral": memorandum addressed to the Primus [Hugh W. Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin] regarding the matters in dispute between the Cathedral Clergy in Inverness submitted by Henry Johnston, Chancellor of the Diocese of Brechin

"Inverness Cathedral": memorandum addressed to the Primus [Hugh W. Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin] regarding the matters in dispute between the Cathedral Clergy in Inverness submitted by Henry Johnston, Chancellor of the Diocese of Brechin, 17 April 1895. [12pp]

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Letter, 25 March [Postmark], [c.1824], Charles Daubeny to Bishop Skinner at Aberdeen. Refers to his new publication (possibly The Protestant's Companion, or, A Seasonable preservative, against the errors, corruptions and unfound claims, of a superstiti...

Additional deposits: Letter, 25 March [Postmark], [c.1824], Charles Daubeny to Bishop Skinner at Aberdeen. Refers to his new publication (possibly The Protestant's Companion, or, A Seasonable preservative, against the errors, corruptions and unfound claims, of a superstitious and idolatrous church. C. & J. Rivington: London, 1824. Asks the Bishop to review the work. [With transcription].

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Petition by the Managers and Hearers of the Episcopal Chapel requesting the appointment of William Reid as assistant to the Rev. W. Falconer, minister of the chapel and requesting that he be admitted as a candidate for Orders "witnesses in presence of ...

Petition by the Managers and Hearers of the Episcopal Chapel requesting the appointment of William Reid as assistant to the Rev. W. Falconer, minister of the chapel and requesting that he be admitted as a candidate for Orders "witnesses in presence of Mr William Mure, one of his Majesties Justices for the Peace for the County of Lanark North Britain, 11 September 1783".

Also letter, 11 September 1783, Glasgow, Alexander Norry to Rev. George Brooks, Secretary to his Lordship the Bishop of Durham, Falkland Castle. Relates to reasons for refusing to admit Mr William Reid to Orders despite the confirmation of his position as assistant to the Rev. Falconer.

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"Proofs that the cases of Convocational 'Censure' are irrelevant -". Note in unidentified hand; possibly 19th century, refers to the extent of legal right of religious censorship on literature. Gives specific examples

"Proofs that the cases of Convocational 'Censure' are irrelevant -". Note in unidentified hand; possibly 19th century, refers to the extent of legal right of religious censorship on literature. Gives specific examples, n.d. [4pp]

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