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Scotland -- Church history

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence on the 1929 Church Union exhibition, 1929-1930

Identifier: AA2/1/104a
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Contains the institutional records of New College Library, Edinburgh University Theological Library, Church of Scotland General Assembly Library, Church of Scotland Lending Library and Longforgan Free Church Ministers' Library.

Dates: 1929-1930

Five lists of various offices and office holders, 1510

Identifier: MS 186/ff. 338r-342v

There are four sets of lists contained on ff. 338r-342v. Ff. 338r-v is 'de romanis pontificis' ('Roman popes'); ff. 339r-v is 'de romanorum Imperatoribus' ('Roman generals'); ff. 339v-341v records 'Sedes episcopales' ('Episcopal seats'); ff. 341v-342r contains a 'Tabula monasteriorum Scocie' ('Table of monasteries in Scotland'), and f. 342v covers 'Vicecomitatus Scocie' (Sheriffdomes in Scotland').

Dates: 1510

List of books to be divided between the Free Church and the United Free Church, 1900-1909

Identifier: AA2/1/103
Scope and Contents

List of books at New College Library to be divided between the Free Church of Scotland and the United Free Church of Scotland following their split in 1900.

Dates: 1900-1909

Papers relating to Scottish Staple and Campvere

Identifier: MS CAMP3
Scope and Contents

Compsite volume of papers relating to Scottish Staple and Campvere with newspaper clippings from 1894 and 1967 pasted in front cover.

Dates: 1674-1799; Publication: 1894-1967

Section I. Documents of Scottish literature and history, 15th century-18th century

Identifier: La.I
Scope and Contents Documents of Scottish literature and history constitute Section I of the Laing Collection with shelfmarks La.I. The collection contains historical documents and royal letters from the time of King James III to the Union of Scotland with England in 1707. There are documents with original autograph signatures or holograph documents by various statesmen and noblemen, and papers relating to, and letters by, ecclesiastical persons. This Section also defines a band of material including papers,...
Dates: 15th century-18th century