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Disposition by Mathew Dempster, citizen of Brechin to Thomas Low, cordiner, citizen thereof. Brechin.
Disposition by Mathew Dempster, citizen of Brechin to Thomas Low, cordiner, citizen thereof. Brechin.
Instrument of sasine in favour of Master David Liddell and John and Andrew Liddell.
Instrument of sasine in favour of Master David Liddell and John and Andrew Liddell.
Part of disposition by James Balfour, merchant burgess in Aberdeen to George Lindsay, merchant burgess there
Part of disposition by James Balfour, merchant burgess in Aberdeen to George Lindsay, merchant burgess there
Charter by Thomas, Bishop of Brechin in favour of Alexander Bisset and Charles Dempster, as trustees for the poor of Brechin. Brechin
Charter by Thomas, Bishop of Brechin in favour of Alexander Bisset and Charles Dempster, as trustees for the poor of Brechin. Brechin
Instrument of Sasine in favour of Mary Simpson wife of John Hay
Instrument of Sasine in favour of Mary Simpson wife of John Hay
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 incompr...
"Lord Balmerino, Mr Dean and Major McDonald's Last Words, 1746"; transcript in unidentified 18th century hand of speeches made by these Jacobite martyrs prior to their executions.
"Lord Balmerino, Mr Dean and Major McDonald's Last Words, 1746"; transcript in unidentified 18th century hand of speeches made by these Jacobite martyrs prior to their executions.
"Proofs that the cases of Convocational 'Censure' are irrelevant -". Note in unidentified hand; possibly 19th century, refers to the extent of legal right of religious censorship on literature. Gives specific examples
"Proofs that the cases of Convocational 'Censure' are irrelevant -". Note in unidentified hand; possibly 19th century, refers to the extent of legal right of religious censorship on literature. Gives specific examples
Letter, 16 September 1891, Muchalls, William Hatt to "My Dear Lord Primus" [Hugh William Jermyn]. Accepts position of Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin.
Letter, 16 September 1891, Muchalls, William Hatt to "My Dear Lord Primus" [Hugh William Jermyn]. Accepts position of Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Brechin.
Draft in the hand of [Alexander Penrose Forbes], Bishop of Brechin re William Walker
Draft in the hand of [Alexander Penrose Forbes], Bishop of Brechin re William Walker
"Petition of the Rt. Rev. Bishop of Brechin by the vestry of St. Laurence's, Laurencekirk, 1874".
"Petition of the Rt. Rev. Bishop of Brechin by the vestry of St. Laurence's, Laurencekirk, 1874".
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. Includ...
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 Dioc...
Petition by Claude, Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, to the Rev. Hugh Willoughby Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin setting aside a piece of ground within the estate of Glamis to consecrate as a cemetery.
Petition by Claude, Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, to the Rev. Hugh Willoughby Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin setting aside a piece of ground within the estate of Glamis to consecrate as a cemetery.
Petition by the Directors of the Western Cemetery, Dundee to the Bishop of Brechin, requesting that the land be consecrated as a cemetery; Dundee 1852. "Consecrated by us, Alex, Bishop of Brechin".
Petition by the Directors of the Western Cemetery, Dundee to the Bishop of Brechin, requesting that the land be consecrated as a cemetery; Dundee 1852. "Consecrated by us, Alex, Bishop of Brechin".
Deed of dedication of "New Cemetery" at Brechin by Hugh Willoughby Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin
Deed of dedication of "New Cemetery" at Brechin by Hugh Willoughby Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin
Form [of service] of consecration of Brechin Cemetery
Form [of service] of consecration of Brechin Cemetery
Plan of the addition to the Brechin Burial Ground
Plan of the addition to the Brechin Burial Ground
Scottish Episcopal Church Society rules
Scottish Episcopal Church Society rules
Minute of meeting [2] of the Financial Conference
Minute of meeting [2] of the Financial Conference
"No. I;" 11 November 1876, Rossie Priory, Inchture, Lord Kinnaird to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Defends the position of the Episcopal Church in Scotland against Shaftesbury's criticisms.
"No. I;" 11 November 1876, Rossie Priory, Inchture, Lord Kinnaird to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Defends the position of the Episcopal Church in Scotland against Shaftesbury's criticisms.
Miscellaneous correspondence between and relating to Lord Kinnaird and Lord Shaftesbury, 1876-1877 and 1925.
Miscellaneous correspondence between and relating to Lord Kinnaird and Lord Shaftesbury, 1876-1877 and 1925.
"No. V"; Rossie Priory, Inchture, [Lord Kinnaird]. Outlines the position of the Episcopal Church in Scotland and cites passages from the Bible defending the rights of the Scottish Bishops against parliamentary and legal coercion.
"No. V"; Rossie Priory, Inchture, [Lord Kinnaird]. Outlines the position of the Episcopal Church in Scotland and cites passages from the Bible defending the rights of the Scottish Bishops against parliamentary and legal coercion.
"No. VI"; Letters crossed; 30 November 1876, Salisbury, the Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Suggest publication of correspondence.
"No. VI"; Letters crossed; 30 November 1876, Salisbury, the Earl of Shaftesbury to Lord Kinnaird. Suggest publication of correspondence.
Minute book of Angus Theological Club
Minute book of Angus Theological Club
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