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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:

Copy of ‘Hamewith’ (London, 1910) by Charles Murray, enclosing a letter of Murray to the publisher William Fordie Forrester concerning a publishing agreement with Constable.

Identifier: MS.27286
Scope and Contents

There are transcripts by William Fordie Forrester of Charles Murray's poems "It wasna his wyte" and "The Thraws o' Fate" on the endpapers.

Dates: ?1926

Copy of Justinian ‘Institutiones’, edited by Arnold Vinnius (Leyden, 1646), with manuscript notes by Alexander Cuningham.

Identifier: Adv.MS.28.7.3(i)-(ii)
Scope and Contents

Also contains notes of Lord George Douglas, to whom Alexander Cuningham was tutor.

The description of the manuscript in the folio catalogue (F.R.185) includes the reference: (W.10.2-3).

Dates: 1646.

Copy of ‘Memoirs of the Secret Services of John Macky (London, 1733) with manuscript annotations.

Identifier: Adv.MS.32.4.2
Scope and Contents The volume also contains extracts of two letters, ?circa 1690, concerning the attitude of James VII towards the Church of England (folio 1), and `Some additional Characters of the chief of the last Ministry`, 1715, signed M S (folio 3). The characters, which are apparently copied from another manuscript, are of Bolingbroke, Stafford, the Bishop of London and others. The annotations, writtenbetween 1781 and 1797, are signed `M.` and `E.M.` and are mostly copies of notes by...
Dates: Circa 1690, 1715, 1733, 1781-1797.