Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = Baillie
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
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-. 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.
Identifier: MS 82
Contents The Fasciculus Morum is a handbook for preachers written by an unknown Franciscan friar in the 14th century. This copy was done in the 15th century. An inscription in a 17th century hand, Fasciculus Morum per fratrem Thomam Acclom Carmelitam, tells us that Thomas Acclom of the Carmelite Order was either the scribe of this manuscript or the supposed author of the book.ContentsIncipit...
Scope and Contents Note about priests preaching on Sgeir a' Phobuil [An Apainn/Appin] and that Cill Mhodain in Ardchattan [Cille Mhaodain/Àird Chatain] was the oldest [priory] in Argyllshire, probably collected from Donald MacColl [foxhunter, Glencreran, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire]. Also notes that Sir Walter Scott was in Glencreran several times, while Donald was there.
Scope and Contents The papers of Professor Mitchell at Gen. 2271-2290 include poems, plays and an unfinished novel Moth and Peaseblossom which was to followCobweb and mustard seedpublished in 1928; copies of A slim volume; notes and manuscripts; general letters from between the 1920s and the 1980s; papers on educational research; letters to him on education; papers on contemporary poets and artists; and, material on religion and tolerance, and pulpit teaching. There are card indexes for Mitchell's research on...
Scope and Contents Story about Mr Aulay being stranded on Pabby [Pabaigh/Pabbay] because he had gone there to preach on a Sunday evening with the intention of returning that evening but ended up preaching for seven successive Sundays before he was able to return.
Scope and Contents Story telling how Donl du tearn [Dòmhnall Dubh Tighearna or Sir Donald Campbell of Airds, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire] sent for the Baron of Bachuil while he was on his deathbed but his wife never sent the messenger for him. It notes that Dòmhnall used to 'preach in the ag[e]s of episcopy.'
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/18
Scope and Contents Incomplete and undated set of lectures by John Baillie, examining how Christianity is preached and some of the fundamentals behind it.