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(1) Address by synod of Aberdeen to the High Commissioners. 18 April, 1661. Includes list of subscribers. [Printed in Thomas Stephen's History of the Church of Scotland, Vol. II, p.429 (1843-1845); although list of subscribers not given].
(1) Address by synod of Aberdeen to the High Commissioners. 18 April, 1661. Includes list of subscribers. [Printed in Thomas Stephen's History of the Church of Scotland, Vol. II, p.429 (1843-1845); although list of subscribers not given].
(1077) Letter, Edinburgh, [Bishop] John Gillan to unidentified correspondent ["probably Bishop Archibald Campbell"]. Encloses papers which may "be of some use for representing the tyranny and injustice of our Presbyterians". Refers to accusations again...
(1077) Letter, Edinburgh, [Bishop] John Gillan to unidentified correspondent ["probably Bishop Archibald Campbell"]. Encloses papers which may "be of some use for representing the tyranny and injustice of our Presbyterians". Refers to accusations again...
(11) "The College Bishops' letter on the Usages", 1723. (Letter, 9 March, 1723, College of Bishops to Alexander Robertson, Minister at Langside, Kilmundy). Encloses circular letter and formula relating to "antiquated usages" being introduced into worsh...
(11) "The College Bishops' letter on the Usages", 1723. (Letter, 9 March, 1723, College of Bishops to Alexander Robertson, Minister at Langside, Kilmundy). Encloses circular letter and formula relating to "antiquated usages" being introduced into worsh...
(12) Letter, n.d. [1723], College of Bishops to Alexander Robertson, Minister at Langside. As to delay in dispersing above letter and formula. [With facsimile of part of letter and of signatures].
(12) Letter, n.d. [1723], College of Bishops to Alexander Robertson, Minister at Langside. As to delay in dispersing above letter and formula. [With facsimile of part of letter and of signatures].
(13) Letter. Clergy of Aberdeen to Clergy of Edinburgh. Send congratulations upon the "case of the Presbyters of Edinburgh and upon Bishop Miller's promotion to the see of Edinburgh". [With facsimile signatures].
(13) Letter. Clergy of Aberdeen to Clergy of Edinburgh. Send congratulations upon the "case of the Presbyters of Edinburgh and upon Bishop Miller's promotion to the see of Edinburgh". [With facsimile signatures].
(14) [Not transcribed].
(14) [Not transcribed].
(15) Letter, Edinburgh, College of Bishops to Dr Thomas Rattray of Craighall. As to forwarding a mandate to the Diocese of Aberdeen.
(15) Letter, Edinburgh, College of Bishops to Dr Thomas Rattray of Craighall. As to forwarding a mandate to the Diocese of Aberdeen.
(16) Letter, College of Bishops to Presbyters of Aberdeen. Copy of above mandate as to election of a Bishop to succeed Bishop James Gadderar.
(16) Letter, College of Bishops to Presbyters of Aberdeen. Copy of above mandate as to election of a Bishop to succeed Bishop James Gadderar.
(17) Letter, Edinburgh, unsigned [attributed to Bishop Freebairn] to [Bishop Rattray or Bishop Dunbar]. As to the calling into question of his power of convocation.
(17) Letter, Edinburgh, unsigned [attributed to Bishop Freebairn] to [Bishop Rattray or Bishop Dunbar]. As to the calling into question of his power of convocation.
(18) List of the clergy in the Diocese of Aberdeen, Moray and Ross; attested by Bishop Dunbar, n.d. c.1734.
(18) List of the clergy in the Diocese of Aberdeen, Moray and Ross; attested by Bishop Dunbar, n.d. c.1734.
(19) Letter, Aberdeen, managers of the Episcopal meeting house at Aberdeen to William Smith, Minister at Arbuthnott, calling him to the charge at Aberdeen. [With facsimile signatures].
(19) Letter, Aberdeen, managers of the Episcopal meeting house at Aberdeen to William Smith, Minister at Arbuthnott, calling him to the charge at Aberdeen. [With facsimile signatures].
(2) Copy petition by James Gordon, Minister at Banchory and John Barclay, Minister at Cruden for the Diocese of Aberdeen to the High Commissioner. As to a union with "all other Protestant brethren", 1689-1690. [Alluded to in Stephen, Vol. III, p.186].
(2) Copy petition by James Gordon, Minister at Banchory and John Barclay, Minister at Cruden for the Diocese of Aberdeen to the High Commissioner. As to a union with "all other Protestant brethren", 1689-1690. [Alluded to in Stephen, Vol. III, p.186].
(20) (a) Letter, 14 July, 1741, Bishop Dunbar to his clergy in the district of Aberdeen. As to his intention to assume a coadjutor. (b) Letter, 15 July, 1741, Presbyters of Aberdeen to Bishop Dunbar. Appeal to him not to assume a coadjutor.
(20) (a) Letter, 14 July, 1741, Bishop Dunbar to his clergy in the district of Aberdeen. As to his intention to assume a coadjutor. (b) Letter, 15 July, 1741, Presbyters of Aberdeen to Bishop Dunbar. Appeal to him not to assume a coadjutor.
(21) Paper containing anecdote concerning Farquhar, a preacher at Tyri in Aberdeenshire
(21) Paper containing anecdote concerning Farquhar, a preacher at Tyri in Aberdeenshire
(22) Resignation by Bishop William Dunbar of the Inspection of the Diocese of Aberdeen into the hands of the Bishops and of the Presbyters of Aberdeen.
(22) Resignation by Bishop William Dunbar of the Inspection of the Diocese of Aberdeen into the hands of the Bishops and of the Presbyters of Aberdeen.
(23) Appointment by Bishop Andrew Gerard in favour of William Smith, Presbyter in Aberdeen as Dean to convocate the clergy on Bishop Gerard's death. 127
(23) Appointment by Bishop Andrew Gerard in favour of William Smith, Presbyter in Aberdeen as Dean to convocate the clergy on Bishop Gerard's death. 127
(24) Letter, William Smith to Bishop William Falconer. Applies for mandate for electing a Bishop.
(24) Letter, William Smith to Bishop William Falconer. Applies for mandate for electing a Bishop.
(249) Fragment. Note on fasting, synod of Mearns and Angus.
(249) Fragment. Note on fasting, synod of Mearns and Angus.
(25) Declaration by William Smith, George Innes and Arthur Petrie relating to trust left to them by Bishop Gerard
(25) Declaration by William Smith, George Innes and Arthur Petrie relating to trust left to them by Bishop Gerard
(250) Representation of the Case of Mr John Skinner, Minister of Brechin
(250) Representation of the Case of Mr John Skinner, Minister of Brechin
(251) Act of Presbyterian synod of Angus and Mearns appointing a day of fast.
(251) Act of Presbyterian synod of Angus and Mearns appointing a day of fast.
(252) Deed by Bishop Norie establishing John Ouchterlony, Minister of Aberlemno as one of the incumbents and pastors of the Episcopal congregation in Dundee.
(252) Deed by Bishop Norie establishing John Ouchterlony, Minister of Aberlemno as one of the incumbents and pastors of the Episcopal congregation in Dundee.
(253) Letter, Edinburgh, College of Bishops to James Raitt, Minister of the Gospel, forbidding settlement of Raitt in Dundee.
(253) Letter, Edinburgh, College of Bishops to James Raitt, Minister of the Gospel, forbidding settlement of Raitt in Dundee.
(254) Letter, Presbyters of Angus, Mearns and Perthshire (E. of Tay), to Presbyters of Diocese of Edinburgh. As to election of Bishop Rattray and Bishop Millar.
(254) Letter, Presbyters of Angus, Mearns and Perthshire (E. of Tay), to Presbyters of Diocese of Edinburgh. As to election of Bishop Rattray and Bishop Millar.
(255) Copy correspondence between Bishop Keith, Bishop Fullarton and others concerning affairs in Dundee between Bishop Norie and James Routh 1727. [Settlement of Raitt]. [Printed in Gordon's Scotichronicon, Vol. II, pp.238-243].
(255) Copy correspondence between Bishop Keith, Bishop Fullarton and others concerning affairs in Dundee between Bishop Norie and James Routh 1727. [Settlement of Raitt]. [Printed in Gordon's Scotichronicon, Vol. II, pp.238-243].
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