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Manuscripts.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Refers to handwritten documents, and may also be used to distinguish certain documents from published or otherwise printed documents, as in the cases of typed personal letters or a typescript from which printed versions are made.

Found in 6599 Collections and/or Records:

Accounts of the early oriental and classical mythical gods and heroes and Roman Emperors and Empresses, followed by notes on some classical fables.

 File
Identifier: MS.3861
Scope and Contents

The author's name appears as Dominicus Tagliaboscus on folio 142 verso, with the date 1702, and on folio 305.

Dates: 1702.

Additional papers to the collection of John Riddell, the Peerage lawyer.

 Series
Identifier: Adv.MSS.81.2.1-81.2.10
Scope and Contents

Most of the correspondence is addressed to James Law, Writer to the Signet, who acted as London agent in many Peerage Cases in which Riddell was involved; and much of it is from other lawyers.

Dates: 16th century-19th century.

'Additions and corrections' to a work of the writer's own, which appears to have been entitled 'The History of the Rebellion in the years 1745 and 1746'.

 Item
Identifier: MS.3865
Scope and Contents The manuscript was probably written in or shortly after 1755, a date which occurs on page 31.The original work has not been traced; it may or may not have been printed. It was divided into at least twelve sections, and should be identifiable from many references to its pages in the present manuscript, for example: page 86, Lovat's escape from Inverness; pages 15, 153, the meeting of Jacobite leaders at Muirlaggan in May, 1746; pages 165, 246, Murray of Broughton's capture and...
Dates: [1755, or after.]