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Psalterium. The Psalter part of a breviary, ending abruptly in compline at the word 'conpungimini' written in Italy, early 15th century. [For further descriptions See also Ker, Neil Ripley, Mediaeval Manuscripts in British Libraries, Vol. 2. p.162].

Psalterium. The Psalter part of a breviary, ending abruptly in compline at the word 'conpungimini' written in Italy, early 15th century. [For further descriptions See also Ker, Neil Ripley, Mediaeval Manuscripts in British Libraries, Vol. 2. p.162].

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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".

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David Fife to unidentified addressee [Bishop Smith]

David Fife to unidentified addressee [Bishop Smith] states that his congregation has "lately made a very noble stand in Defence of the Religion and Worship of the Church of England" and adds transcript of a pamphlet being a letter, 27 July 1744, from The Presbyters of Edinburgh to [Bishop Keith] and the Bishops of Scotland, outlining events since the death of Bishop Ochterlony and deploring any attempts to introduce new liturgies or ordinals [18th century copy] [See also Br MS DC/82 for transcript of and notes on the above documents by Dean Christie].

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Miscellaneous papers relating to the election and collation of H.W. Jermyn, to the see of Brechin; 1875-1876. Includes list of the electors of the diocese of Brechin, 14 December 1875 and certificate of collation in favour of Hugh Willoughby Jermyn sig...

Miscellaneous papers relating to the election and collation of H.W. Jermyn, to the see of Brechin; 1875-1876. Includes list of the electors of the diocese of Brechin, 14 December 1875 and certificate of collation in favour of Hugh Willoughby Jermyn signed by the Bishops of Scotland

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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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Montrose and Dundee. David Fife, Episcopal Minister at Dundee and James Dundass Episcopal Minister at Montrose to Bishop Smith, one of The Nonjuring Bishops in England. Reaffirms the writer's allegiance to the liturgy of the Church of England and detai...

Montrose and Dundee. David Fife, Episcopal Minister at Dundee and James Dundass Episcopal Minister at Montrose to Bishop Smith, one of The Nonjuring Bishops in England. Reaffirms the writer's allegiance to the liturgy of the Church of England and details the circumstances leading up to Bishop Raitt's indictment against Fife. [18th century copy].

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Photocopies of correspondence and other papers pasted into printed works in the Brechin Diocesan Library.

Manuscript copies of 'Extract from a letter from Dr Van D246llinger to the Rt. Hon. W.E. Gladstone, 2 April 1874', in two unidentified 19th century hands. [Photocopies] [3pp] [Original in The Church and Churches ... Johann Joseph Ignaz Van D246llinger, London, 1862].

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Photocopies of correspondence and other papers pasted into printed works in the Brechin Diocesan Library.

Manuscript notes on frontispiece of 'the Origins of Arianism', possibly in the hand of William Abernethy Drummond. Comments on the volume deeming it to be 'a most notable defence of the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity'. [Photocopy] [1p] [Original in The Origins of Arising, by John Whittaker, Stockdall, 1791].

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Photocopies of correspondence and other papers pasted into printed works in the Brechin Diocesan Library.

Manuscript notes possibly in the hand of George Skene original author of the volumes of prayers for 'Sunday Morning', 'For a Sick Person', 'For a Sick Child' and 'For Persons troubled in Mind or Conscience'. [Photocopy] [8pp] [Original in Church of England Book of Common Prayer 1761].

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Photocopies of correspondence and other papers pasted into printed works in the Brechin Diocesan Library.

A Prayer composed by Bishop Abernethy Drummond to be used before laying on of hands confirmation in place of prayer appointed by the Church of England which seems to be more proper after'. Note on frontispiece of 'Joannis de Fordun Scotichronicon' by Bishop Drummond. [Photocopy] [1p] [Original in Joannis de Fordun Scotichronicon ann Supplementis et continuatione Walteri Boweri, Edinburgh, 1759].

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Photocopies of correspondence and other papers pasted into printed works in the Brechin Diocesan Library.

Letter, 25 September 1863, Dunecht, Alexander William Lindsay, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th of Balcarres. Concerns request for information on "Scottish Seminaries on the Continent" and comments on M. Michael's book [?]. [3pp] [Photocopy] [3pp] [Original found in 'Report of the Speeches of Council and the Lord Chancellor', 1855].

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Photocopies of correspondence and other papers pasted into printed works in the Brechin Diocesan Library.

Letter, 25 October 1813, New York, William Wilson to Archibald Wilson (brother of the writer). Requests that his brother grant the Rev. Dr Roemyne his attention and introduce him to "our friends" on his future visit to Scotland. [Photocopies] [2pp] [Original in Sermons, Vol. 1, John Brodhead Roemyne].

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Photocopies of correspondence and other papers pasted into printed works in the Brechin Diocesan Library.

Letter, 11 March 1867, Rome, Margaret Geatani? to Bishop Forbes. Thanks him on behalf of her husband [Constantio Gaetani] "for the two interesting works that you have sent". [3pp] Also letter, n.d., Margaret [Gaetani?] to Bishop Forbes. Dinner invitation. [Photocopies] [1p] [Original in Vita del pontefice Gelasio II, Constantio Gaetani].

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Letter, 14 September 1891, Muchalls, William Hatt to "My Lord Primus" [Hugh W. Jermyn]. Expresses gratitude bestowed in offering to the writer the position of Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin.

Letter, 14 September 1891, Muchalls, William Hatt to "My Lord Primus" [Hugh W. Jermyn]. Expresses gratitude bestowed in offering to the writer the position of Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin. [5pp]

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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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Prayer of thanks for the "preservation of our gracious Queen and her illustrious Royal Consort from the violent attack made upon their lives. "n.d., found in Book of Common Prayer, Church of England, 1811.

Prayer of thanks for the "preservation of our gracious Queen and her illustrious Royal Consort from the violent attack made upon their lives. "n.d., found in Book of Common Prayer, Church of England, 1811.

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Letter, Meigle House, Meigle, unsigned and unidentified [female] addressee. Compliments her on a 'History' written by her and expresses his surprise at the "fullness and accuracy of its research" as "women's work in history is seldom satisfactory". Fou...

Letter, n.d., [19th century], Meigle House, Meigle, unsigned and unidentified [female] addressee. Compliments her on a 'History' written by her and expresses his surprise at the "fullness and accuracy of its research" as "women's work in history is seldom satisfactory". Found in Ecclesiastical History of Scotland; George Grubb.

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