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Transcriptions. Documents.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Written versions of oral language or music, or written copies made of other written documents, either in longhand or on a machine.

Found in 113 Collections and/or Records:

15th-century transcript of the chartulary of Dryburgh Abbey.

Identifier: Adv.MS.34.4.7
Scope and Contents Manuscript produced in Scotland containing the chartulary of Dryburgh, a Premonstratensian Abbey founded in 1150 and dissolved in 1606. Davis, Borland, and Spottiswoode date the manuscript to the 15th century.The manuscript is the work of one hand and has apparently been transcribed from an earlier compilation. The material covers the 12th to the 14th centuries, with the last entry dated 1338. The chartulary is arranged in a roughly topographical order, with copies of...
Dates: 15th century.

Account, 1669-1670, of the Fleming family to James Crichton for the demolition and repair of buildings at Boghall, with a transcription, 19th century, of pages 1-3., 1669-1670.

Identifier: MS.20785
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The family estates of Cumbernauld and Lenzie in East Dunbartonshire extended into the neighbouring parishes of Monkland in Lanarkshire and Dunipace in Stirlingshire. That of Biggar in Lanarkshire included also some lands in Peeblesshire, where the Flemings were in conflict with the Tweedies of Drumelzier. Members of the family were prominent in public affairs in the 16th and 17th centuries, but the later Earls took little part in them. The male line failed in 1747, and the estates passed to...
Dates: 1669-1670.

Accounts of the Keith family., 1601-1761, undated.

Identifier: MSS.21176-21177
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Murray papers concern chiefly their estates in Perthshire, but there is also some family correspondence, household accounts and inventories, and letters and papers of Jacobite interest. Of particular interest is the fine series of letters of General Sir George Murray written during his campaigns in the Peninsula and elsewhere.The papers of the Keiths, Earls Marischal came to the Murrays of Ochtertyre following the marriage of Helen, heiress of Sir Alexander Keith of Dunnottar...
Dates: 1601-1761, undated.

Bound and illustrated transcriptions of correspondence of the Guild family., 2022.

Identifier: Acc.14531/28-29
Scope and Contents

The volumes here contain transcriptions of much of the correspondenceof the Guild family contained in the previous numbers of this accession. It has also been illustrated with images largely in the possession of various members of the family.

The volumes were compiled by Robert Hamish Wyllie Galbraith, who has also included an introduction with family history and information about the history of the archive.

Dates: 2022.

Collection of state papers of the reigns of James VI and Charles I made by Sir James Balfour of Denmilne, Lord Lyon King of Arms.

Identifier: Adv.MSS.33.1.1-33.1.15
Scope and Contents

The collection is known both as the `Denmilne State Papers` and the `Denmilne Collection`. Less formally it is often referred to as the `Denmilne Manuscripts`.

Dates: 1548-1641.

Copies, facsimiles and reproductions of various correspondence of Lord Byron., 1931-1951, undated.

Identifier: MS.43543
Scope and Contents There are here copies and transcriptions of original letters and manuscripts of Lord Byron as well as catalogue entries with images for letters of Lord Byron for sale. The copies are all undated unless otherwise stated and have been arranged chronologically by date of the original letters, followed by the transcriptions organised in the same way. The catalogue entries are then placed at the end of the sequence with a letter to John Murray.Facsimile copies of:Letter...
Dates: 1931-1951, undated.

Copies of sixteen letters concerning public affairs in Scotland.

Identifier: Adv.MS.31.3.4
Scope and Contents

The description of the manuscript in the folio catalogue (F.R.186) includes the reference: w.2.27.

Dates: 1746.

Copies of warrants and orders by the Lord Chamberlain to the Queen.

Identifier: Adv.MS.31.1.22
Scope and Contents

The documents are from 1665, when Henry Lord Carbury was Lord Chamberlain, to 1683, when the post was held by Louis, Earl of Feversham.

Dates: 1665-1683.

Copy, 18th century, by Samuel Ayscough of documents concerning revenues of religious houses.

Identifier: Adv.MS.31.5.5
Scope and Contents

The manuscript is an imperfect copy of the book of assumption of benefices.

The transcript is from the Harleian manuscript (4623 (or 4613) tom 2).

Dates: 16th century-17th century.