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Manuscript by John Forbes (c.1568-1634), minister of Alford

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Identifier: MS FOR1
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Manuscript by Robert Henderson entitled ‘Tachy graphy; or Short-writing...’

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Identifier: MS HEN1
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Manuscript commonplace books

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Identifier: MS COMM
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Manuscript constitution and law of the Church

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Identifier: MS CONS
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Manuscript copies of texts by Archibald Pitcairne (1652-1713), physician and poet

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Identifier: MS PIT
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Manuscript copy of ‘History of the Church of Scotland’ by David Calderwood

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Identifier: MS CALD
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Manuscript copy of Johann Neander’s Die christliche Sittenlehre by John Hutchison

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Identifier: MS NEA
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Manuscript copy of ‘Livre des Anglais’

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Identifier: MS GEN2
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Manuscript copy of Sepher Bechinath Olam by Jedaja ha-Penini, called Bedarshi [Bedersi] with commentaries

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Identifier: MS 5002
Scope and Contents Bound manuscript copy of Sefer Behinat ha-'olam by Jedaiah ben Abraham, called Bedershi or Bedersi, written in Krakow, Poland, in 1782. The English title is the Book of the Examination of the World. Notes affixed to the cover by Rev Prof Oliver Shaw Rankin, Chair of Old Testament Language, Literature and Theology at Edinburgh University give background information on 'Bedarshi' and note that a copy of a poem, entitled 'Bakkashath ham-Memim' ['Request of the Mems] is included in the book with a...

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Oldham, Joseph Houldsworth, 1874-1969 (missionary and ecumenist) 3
University of Edinburgh (Scottish University) 3
Baillie, Donald Macpherson, 1887-1954 (Scottish theologian) 2
Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847 (Principal and Professor of Divinity at New College) 2
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Foreign Mission Committee the Church of Scotland 2
Anderson, John, 1668-1721 (Minister of Dumbarton) 1
Anderson, William White, 1888-1956, Minister of St Cuthbert's Edinburgh, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1
Associate Synod of Original Seceders 1
Auchinleck, John (Minister of Auchterderran) 1
Baikie, Hugh E. 1
Baron, Robert (Scottish Theologian and 'Aberdeen Doctor') 1
Bates, William (Presbyterian Minister and Preacher) 1
Bell, James 1
Black, John Sutherland (Biblical Scholar) 1
Blackwell, George (Minister at Bathgate) 1
Blaikie, William Garden (Minister of Pilrig and Temperance Reformer) 1
Blair, Robert (Presbyterian Minister, Westminister Divine and Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland ) 1
Blakeley, William 1
Bonar, Horatius, Rev, 1808?1889 (Free Church of Scotland minister | hymn writer ) 1
Boston, Thomas, Rev, 1676-1732 1
Brewster, David, 1781-1868 (natural philosopher and vice-chancellor, University of Edinburgh) 1
Bruce, Alexander Hugh, 6th Baron Balfour of Burleigh, statesman 1
Church Missionary Society 1
Fleming, John, 1785 - 1857 (Scottish Free Church minister, naturalist, zoologist, geologist) 1
Graham, William Franklin, Jr. (Evangelist) 1
Haldane, Joseph Gibson (Church of Scotland missionary) 1
Kirkwood, James, c1650-1708 (advocate of parish libraries) 1
Macnealy, Mrs 1
Smith, William Robertson (Minister of the Free Church of Scotland, Professor of Divinity and Old Testament Scholar) 1
Torrance, Thomas Forsyth, 1913-2007 (theologian, and Professor of Christian Dogmatics at New College, Edinburgh) 1
United Free Church of Scotland Training College, Edinburgh 1
United Free Church of Scotland (1900-1929) 1
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, 1810-1876 (organist and composer) 1
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