(1081) Letter, 14 February, 1714-1715; unsigned "from the Countess of Morray" to Bishop Campbell. As to poor health of Earl of Moray; anecdotes by Samuel Charteris, Presbyterian Minister of Inverkeithing and Thomas Buchanan Presbyterian Minister of Dunfermline, relating to King George and Queen Ann.
(1082) Letter, Riga; George Pattullo to Bishop John Falconer [at Carnbee]. Express appreciation for spiritual advice, administration of the Eucharist by the Lutherans and Russians; with facsimile signature.
(1084) Letter, Dundee, Bishop Robert Norie to Bishop Millar at Leith. Expresses concern over the fact that Bishop Millar has not written for a long time and recommends Robert Ouchterlony for promotion.
(1085)  Letter, 26 November, 1726, Edinburgh, Bishop Andrew Cant to Bishop Millar. Asks for confirmation of whether Bishop Millar will attend the forthcoming consecration (of Robert Ouchterlony and James Rose) and expresses support for his decision, whether favourable or not.  Letter, 30 November, 1726, Edinburgh, Bishop Andrew Cant to Bishop Millar. "After what I wrote to you... of my firm resolution against any more consecrations of this time you cannot but be surprised to hear that I have consented to go into contrary measures so soon".
(1086) Letter, Edinburgh, Bishops Gillan and Keith to their Episcopal Brethren. Reminds them of the decision of an earlier meeting of the Brethren to declare the decree of suspension against Mr Mabane null and void. Expresses concern over possible divisions among the clergy caused by Bishop Freebairn's pursuit of the matter using unprocedural means.
Manuscripts from the Episcopal Chest. A volume of transcripts of letters and minutes relating mainly to the Diocese of Edinburgh. 1727-1756. Transcribed c.1919, with occasional notes by William L. Christie. [Numbers in brackets are the original MSS numbers].
(484) Letter, Arthur Millar, Bishop of Edinburgh to Bishop David Freebairn. Relates to the schism between the college and diocesan bishops and the assumption of authority over the church by the college bishops.
(496) Letter, Pat Middleton, Edinburgh to Patrick Middleton. Explains his motives in pressing for the election of Andrew Lumsden as Bishop. Discusses case of John Middleton (the recipient's nephew). He will forward his replies to some queries in a few days.