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Sermons

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:

A sermon by Sir Walter Scott on Matthew V.17 (MS and printed version), nd

 Item — Box CLX-A-289
Identifier: Coll-1147/00-13
Scope and Contents A sermon by Sir Walter Scott on Matthew V.17 (MS and printed version)

Collection of sermons, aphorisms, quotations, and sentences by several different authors including Hugh of Saint Victor, Martin of Braga, and Hildebert

 part
Identifier: MS 105/ff. 12v-35v
Contents This section of the manuscript contains a collection of several different sermons, aphorisms, quotations, and sentences by several different authors. These were added later in several different hands. Some of the texts quoted in this section are: De Quatuor Virtutibus Cardinalibus (or Formula vitae honestae) by Martin of Braga (f. 21r); Sententiae Theologicae, of which the first part is described...

Collection of unidentified excerpts and sermons, 13th century

 part
Identifier: MS 21/ff. 119r-164r
Scope and Contents The excerpts begin on f.119r with the words Incipiunt auctoritates quedam beatissimi B[ernardi] ex[c]epte a gloriosis dictis ejusdem et ex libris and end on f.164r with the words et a facie tua defluxerunt montes.

Dominical sermons by Brother Johannes Aurelian

 part
Identifier: MS 80/ff. 151r-170r
Contents Dominical sermons by Brother Johannes Aurelian.
Start on f. 151r with the following words: Sermo in quinta dominica post pascha [...] Petite et accipietis ut gaudium.

Dominical sermons by Ferrarius of the Dominican order

 part
Identifier: MS 80/ff. 170r-210v
Contents Dominical sermons by Brother Ferrarius of the Dominican order.
Start on f. 170r with the following words: In prima dominica post trinitatem [...] Mortuus est dives et sepultus.

Fragment of manuscript sermon notebook

 Fonds
Identifier: MS 5003
Scope and Contents Two fragments of a manuscript sermon notebook, the first gathering being pages 3-14 and the second being pages 30-[98]. SOme elements of text are written in shorthand. Biblical references are given throughout the text. There are only two dates given in the manuscript 27 October 1706 and 10 November 1706. There is no indication of the author/preacher or place of preaching.

Gaelic sermon. 2 Sam.7.18. By Dr. Joseph MacIntyre, 18th century

 Item
Identifier: Coll-98/4/3/9
Scope and Contents A sermon in Gaelic, based on 2 Sam.7.18. Allegedly written by a minister, named Joseph MacIntyre, possibly Rev. Dr. Joseph MacIntyre, was minister of Glenorchy.

Gaelic sermon. Col.I.9.10.11, 18th century

 Item
Identifier: Coll-98/4/3/10
Scope and Contents A sermon written in Gaelic, based on Col.I.9.10. Author and date are unknown.