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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:

'Works, in prose and verse, of Alexander Pennecuik, Esq., of Newhall, M.D.’, volume i (Leith, 1814), containing corrections to the text and additions in the margins of many of the pages made at different times by Robert Brown of Newhall and Carlops, advocate, who edited this edition and provided an introductory memoir of the author.

Identifier: MS.9820
Scope and Contents

According to a note at the top of the title page this was a 'Corrected Copy, for a New Edition', but no such edition appears to have been published, and the whereabouts of the 'Additions and Corrections in a separate M.S. written more accurately and fully' are not known.

Attached to the flyleaf preceding the title page are a cutting from an unidentified sale catalogue, and notes in an unknown hand concerning plants found on and about Habbie's How and Newhall in August 1897.

Dates: 1814-1897.

‘Works of Henry Mackenzie’ (Edinburgh, 1808), volume viii, containing autograph additions.

Identifier: MS.1803
Scope and Contents There are additional sheets, inserted after page 62, containing seven poems of Henry Mackenzie written in 1825 and 1828-1829, all apparently unpublished (folios 1-5). Inserted after page 289 is a further additional sheet (folio 6) containing notes on his tragedy, 'The Spanish Father', with duplicates of pages 283-286 containing autograph notes and alterations to the text.Printed pages missing from the volume (pages 1-17, 33-48) have been supplied in manuscript in a hand not Henry...
Dates: 1825, 1828-1829.

Works on canon law, written in Italy.

Identifier: MS.9740
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) 'Libellus super elections facienda et eius processibus ordinandis' of Gulielmus de Mandagoto (later Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina), with his gloss, printed in ‘Tractatus universi juris’ (Venice, 1584), volume xv, folios 408-435. See Johann F von Schulte, ‘Die Geschichte der Quellen und Literatur des Canonischeti Rechts’ (Stuttgart, 1875-1880), volume ii, pages 183-185. Following the explicit (folio 21 verso), the scribe has added 'Corpus scriptoris...
Dates: Late 13th century-early 14th century.