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 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Documents distributed to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending.

Found in 1006 Collections and/or Records:

‘Charter chest of the Earldom of Wigtown, 1214-1681’ edited by Francis J Grant (Scottish Record Society, 1910), being a publication of an inventory made in 1681, annotated and continued in the Scottish Record Office and the National Library of Scotland., 1681, 1910, [?1960].

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Identifier: MS.20771
Scope and Contents Those documents deposited in the Scottish Record Office in 1932 are identified by a red tick, those presented to the National Library of Scotland in 1960 by 'NLS' in red; all have their current references added in pencil, and some errors have been corrected and additional information given. A considerable number of the documents listed have not been located. Lists have been added in typescript of documents deposited in the Scottish Record Office in 1956 and presented to the National Library...
Dates: 1681, 1910, [?1960].

'Collection of the ancient martial music of Caledonia’ by Donald Macdonald (Edinburgh, 1822), with the signature of Peter Reid dated Glasgow 1826, a poem in his hand, and other material bound in at the back.

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Identifier: MS.22118
Scope and Contents Peter Reid's signature is on the flyleaf (folio i) and the poem in his hand on the recto of page 2 of the 'Instructions'.Bound in at the back are:(i) Leaves ruled for music on most of which Reid has written out additional tunes, below which, on some of the leaves, are marginalia, parts of which have been lost due to trimming of the leaves (folio 1);(ii) Unruled leaves on which he has written various poems and songs (folio 35), and a list of the clans of...
Dates: 1822-1826

Composite volume containing works on Latin grammar and versification.

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Identifier: Adv.MS.81.5.13
Scope and Contents The contents of the volume are as follows:(i) ‘Doctrinale’ by Alexander, de Villa Dei, with the anonymous commentary ‘Aurea Grammatica’ [Nuremberg: Friedrich Creussner, ca.1482] (‘Repertorium Bibliographicum’, number 7859; ‘Index to the Early Printed Books in the British Museum’, number 2174), containing some, but not all, large initials supplied in red or blue, numerous interlinear and marginal additions, mostly quite brief, rubrication and other marks added to initials, and a...
Dates: Late 15th century.