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].
1. ff. 1 - 12v Calendar in red and black. 2. ff. 13 - 19v Hours of the Trinity ... Quicunque uult animam ... (RH, No. 16566). 3. ff. 20 - 25v Hore sancti spiritus Incipiunt hic ... Nobis sancti spiritus ... (RH, No. 12022). 4. ff. 25 - 32 Hours of the Cross ... Patris sapientia ... (RH, No. 14725). 5. ff. 33 - 64 Hours of B.V.M. of the use of (Tournai), sext, none and vespers are missing. 6. ff. 65 - 80 Penitential psalms and litany. 7. ff. 81 - 105v Office of the dead. Three lessons not nine. [For fuller description See also Ker, op. cit. p.163].
Luke, 19.46: The House of prayer. 1 Corinthians, 15.10: The grace of God. 2 Kings, 6.13: In Dothan. Zephaniah, 3.16: Let not thine hands be slack. Jeremiah, 31.12: As a watered garden. Matthew, 6.24: God and mammon. Luke, 6.48: Founded upon a rock. Psalms, 84.7: From strength to strength. 2nd Timothy, 1.13: Hold fast.] Psalms, 103.20: Ye angels of his.
Rental book of [inter alia] Lochlee, 1724-1727. Noted as being 'The Rental Book of the Panmure Estates as sequestrated after the '15'. Refers to tenants in parishes of Barrie, Brechin, Edzell, Innerpeffer, Lethnot, Lochlee, Navar and Panmure. Last page signed Charles Gordon. Includes notes by William Christie and receipt made out to him by Alexander Dowell auctioneer, Edinburgh for purchase of the book
Includes: 'Memorials': diary of Drummond family births, marriages, deaths covering period 1562-1648. [48pp] 'Memorials': continuation by William Drummond [younger] 1640-1651. [1p] 'The Genealogy of the Drummonds of Carnack Being descended from the famous House of Stob-Hall. 1389'. [5pp] 'Memorials' "of my father under his own hand writ"; diary of significant events, mainly election to burgess in various burghs, accidents and illnesses, 1606-1647; continued with account of his death and burial, by his son 1649. [11pp] 'Memorials' of William Drummond (younger): diary of accidents and illnesses. 1649-1700. [5pp] [Starting from back of volume.] Personal account for clothing etc. n.d. [1p] Continuation of William Drummond [younger's] memorials; mainly account of his marriages, births and deaths of his children, covers period 1657-1683. [21pp]
Lucas', sermones dominicalus veni domine ihesu. Sermons from Advent to the twenty fifth Sunday after Pentecost; written by the 'plebanus' of Wendelstein (near Nuremberg?). 1435. [For fuller description See Ker, op. cit. p.164].