Found in 186 Collections and/or Records:
15th-century English manuscript containing three Middle English texts: 'Liber maundevyle'; the chivalric poem 'Sir Cleges'; and, 'De regimine principum' by Thomas Hoccleve.
On personal and literary matters, with a sketch of Soutar.
With five letters, 1977, to Montgomerie, concerning Soutar, and an associated letter of Montgomerie to Maurice Lindsay.
Also four letters of Sir John Stirling-Maxwell and 11 letters of Anne G Gilchrist, 1948-1952, to Montgomerie, on literary and musical matters.
Album of sketches produced by the Coventry Sketching Club at `Mr N Troughton`s meeting`, when the subject for illustration was Sir Walter Scott`s "The Fortunes of Nigel".
Includes University of St Andrews certificates, letters of Thomas Chalmers and others, cut signatures, sketches and plans.
Concerning a proposed official set of postage stamps to mark the establishment of a Scottish Assembly.
The album contains poetry, prose extracts, drawings, painting, and photographs by various artists. Many of the entries relate to Edinburgh, including to Moray House.
Contains sketches, watercolours and verses.
The majority of the works are unpublished, and those which are published present considerable divergences. All the plays were written for the stage, and in some cases the names of the actors appear in the list of dramatis personae. Adv.MS.5.1.16, (i) and (ii) seem to be unconnected with the remainder of the collection.
Bound copy of the acting text of "The Satire of the Three Estates", prepared by Robert Kemp for production at the Edinburgh International Festival.
With stage photographs, sketches and signatures of the actors, musicians and singers.