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Circular letter, 18 September 1873, Alexander Leslie to members of the Episcopal Church Society. Relates to suggestion the maintenance and increased efficiency of the society.

Circular letter, 18 September 1873, Alexander Leslie to members of the Episcopal Church Society. Relates to suggestion the maintenance and increased efficiency of the society. [Printed]. [1p]

Diocese of Brechin

Copy of epitaph to the memory of the late Rev. Bishop Watson on his gravestone in the churchyard of Laurencekirk, d.1808; "The Stone having became much defaced by the weather. It has been cleaned and recut in the lettering; Summer 1857".

Copy of epitaph to the memory of the late Rev. Bishop Watson on his gravestone in the churchyard of Laurencekirk, d.1808; "The Stone having became much defaced by the weather. It has been cleaned and recut in the lettering; Summer 1857". [1p]

Diocese of Brechin

Report of the proceedings of the "visitation" conducted by A.P. Forbes, Bishop of Brechin into the conduct of W. Walker, incumbent of Laurencekirk held at St. Laurence's Church, Laurencekirk, 9 March 1874. [In the hand of J. Nicholson, Dean of the Dioc...

Report of the proceedings of the "visitation" conducted by A.P. Forbes, Bishop of Brechin into the conduct of W. Walker, incumbent of Laurencekirk held at St. Laurence's Church, Laurencekirk, 9 March 1874. [In the hand of J. Nicholson, Dean of the Diocese of Brechin]. [8pp]

Diocese of Brechin

Contract of agreement between Walter Bain, Mason in Dundee and Dr James Hutcheson, Physician of Edin banks, 1782 for work by the former on the land lying south side of the Overgate and immediately on the west side of the Overgate well. Gives specific d...

Contract of agreement between Walter Bain, Mason in Dundee and Dr James Hutcheson, Physician of Edin banks, 1782 for work by the former on the land lying south side of the Overgate and immediately on the west side of the Overgate well. Gives specific description of work to be carried out, materials used and payment required. [4pp]

Diocese of Brechin

Letter, 11 December 1873, Thornton Castle, Laurencekirk, Alexander Crombie Junior to A.P. Forbes. Urges the Bishop to sell the Episcopal School, Laurencekirk to the School Board and expresses extreme dissatisfaction with W. Walker the incumbent. Includ...

Letter, 11 December 1873, Thornton Castle, Laurencekirk, Alexander Crombie Junior to A.P. Forbes. Urges the Bishop to sell the Episcopal School, Laurencekirk to the School Board and expresses extreme dissatisfaction with W. Walker the incumbent. Includes note in the hand of Alexander Penrose Forbes relating to proposed sale of Episcopal School, Laurencekirk. [4pp]

Diocese of Brechin

Letter, 19 January 1871, Lochlee, Alexander Simpson to A.P. Forbes. Relates to the feu at Tarfside. Includes draft letter, 21 January 1871, Dundee, A.P. Forbes to Alexander Simpson. Offers to settle the debt relating to the Tarfside feu.

Letter, 19 January 1871, Lochlee, Alexander Simpson to A.P. Forbes. Relates to the feu at Tarfside. Includes draft letter, 21 January 1871, Dundee, A.P. Forbes to Alexander Simpson. Offers to settle the debt relating to the Tarfside feu. [3pp]

Diocese of Brechin

Loose paper: "List of People Who Did Not Sign", possibly in the hand of [Alexander Penrose Forbes]. May refer to the petition presented by the vestry of the Church at Laurencekirk concerning the behaviour of the incumbent William Walker

Loose paper: "List of People Who Did Not Sign", possibly in the hand of [Alexander Penrose Forbes]. May refer to the petition presented by the vestry of the Church at Laurencekirk concerning the behaviour of the incumbent William Walker

Diocese of Brechin

Letter, 7 April 1874, Drum Castle, Aberdeenshire, Alexander Forbes Irvine to Bishop Forbes. Asks Bishop Forbes to advise Walker on his future moral conduct and to reprimand Alexander Crombie and the complainants for the objectionable tone of their comp...

Letter, 7 April 1874, Drum Castle, Aberdeenshire, Alexander Forbes Irvine to Bishop Forbes. Asks Bishop Forbes to advise Walker on his future moral conduct and to reprimand Alexander Crombie and the complainants for the objectionable tone of their complaint. [3pp]

Diocese of Brechin

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