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Scope Note: Religious discourses delivered as part of a church service, usually delivered from a pulpit, based upon a text of scripture, and with the purpose of giving religious instruction or exhortation.

Found in 388 Collections and/or Records:

Sermon on Matthew 16:26., 2nd half of the 18th century

Identifier: Acc.2152/62
Scope and Contents

A sermon in English on Matthew 16:26, in the hand of Rev. Donald MacNicol. In a stitched, unbound octavo booklet, paginated [1]-24 by the scribe.

Dates: 2nd half of the 18th century

Sermon on Philippians 4:6., 2nd half of the 18th century

Identifier: Acc.2152/61
Scope and Contents

A sermon on Philippians 4:6, in the hand of Rev. Donald MacNicol. In a stitched, unbound booklet.

Paginated by the scribe [1]-31, the last page unpaginated but also containing text.

Dates: 2nd half of the 18th century

Sermon, undated, in an unidentified hand, apparently not by Alexander Carlyle, but possibly collected by him., Late 18th century-1st quarter of 19th century.

Identifier: MS.23908
Scope and Contents From the Series: They consist of sermons preached before and after the Sacrament (MSS.23786-23805), series of sermons on the Sermon on the Mount (MSS.23806-23816), on the Lord's Prayer (MSS.23817-23825) and on righteousness (MSS.23826-23834), sermons on death (MSS.23835-23840), sermons preached on public occasions (MSS.23841—23863), some of which were, printed subsequently, and sermons preached on various topics (MSS.23864-23906), followed by drafts, fragments and summaries of sermons and schemes of services...
Dates: Late 18th century-1st quarter of 19th century.

Sermons, 1615, undated, in the hand of Archbishop Spottiswoode, and miscellaneous papers, 1695-1723, undated, of John Spottiswoode, Keeper of the Advocates' Library., 1615-1723, undated.

Identifier: MS.2934
Scope and Contents The sermons begin on folio 1, the papers of John Spottiswoode on folio 87. There is also a paper relating to the Episcopal Church in Scotland, in the same hand as MS.2933, folio 125 (folio 187).John Spottiswoode's papers consist largely of a variety of proposals - for his own studies, for an infirmary in Edinburgh, for a Scottish historical society, for a trade society with a professorship of trade, and for publications on law and other subjects. Some of the projects relating to...
Dates: 1615-1723, undated.

‘Sermons 1644’, by a Scots minister., 1644.

Identifier: MS.153
Scope and Contents

‘Ex codicibus Johannis Campbell’ (folio 2).

Dates: 1644.

Sermons, addresses, prayers, orders of service and other papers relating to the career of the Very Reverend Andrew Nevile Davidson., 1915-1977, Undated.

Identifier: Acc.7710/95-98
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: These papers consist principally of diaries, incoming correspondence, and newspaper cuttings relating to the life and interests of the Very Reverend Andrew Nevile Davidson, DD, (1899-1976), minister successively of St Mary's Old Aberdeen (1925-1932), St Enoch's Dundee (1932-1934), and Glasgow Cathedral, (1935-1967). The papers cover the main features of his career – his interest in the ecumenical movement and in the international work of the church, his work in founding the...
Dates: 1915-1977, Undated.

Sermons and an address in Gaelic., 1811-1823

Identifier: Acc.14544/2
Scope and Contents Sermons and an address in Gaelic, all in the hand of Rev. Dr Alexander Irvine. The date on sermons is often preceded by "Lagy" or Ly", which probably stands for Lagan-Allochy, the Gaelic-speaking parish that was joined to Irvine's parish of Little Dunkeld. Listed in John Mackechnie, Catalogue of Gaelic manuscripts, volume 1, page 338, nos 19-25. The items are:Address in Gaelic, undated, headed "Earail bheag do Ghael Alba chum an leas, le fior charaid." The...
Dates: 1811-1823

Sermons and literary works of the Dunlop family., 1687-1856, undated.

Identifier: MSS.9270-9273
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Much of the collection concerns William Dunlop, Principal of Glasgow University, his son Alexander, Professor of Greek at Glasgow, and his grandson John, Tide Surveyor at Greenock. The papers of William Dunlop include material on the colony of South Carolina, the Darien Scheme, and the affairs of the Church of Scotland, while those of Alexander chiefly concern the University of Glasgow. The collection also includes diaries and literary works of John Dunlop of Gairbraid, the temperance...
Dates: 1687-1856, undated.

Sermons and other papers, 1694-Early 18th century.

Identifier: MS.20496
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows: (i) Three sermons on Deuteronomy 32.6, dated 22-28 September, 28 September-5 October, and 12-19 October, 1712, preached at Callander in August and September, 1713, and at Airth on 16 August, 1724. The preacher has not been identified with certainty. The name Sanderson is written at the foot of folio 1. The only possible Church of Scotland minister of that name is Joseph Sanderson, minister of Alves, 1703-1727, and of Elgin, 1727-1733. Labelled ‘RH’. (Folio...
Dates: 1694-Early 18th century.

Sermons and other theological notes., Undated.

Identifier: Acc.4499/4
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Alexander Paterson qualified as a doctor at Edinburgh in 1885. He spent a few years in London, Cairo and Aden, before entering on his main work as a medical missionary of the United Free Church of Scotland at Hebron in Palestine in 1893. He remained there until the station was handed over to the Church Missionary Society in 1922, when he retired to Edinburgh. He died in 1940. His only published work is the posthumous 'Jesus meets Paul, a duologue in Paradise', Glasgow, [1942]. There is a...
Dates: Undated.

Sermons in English by Rev. Donald MacNicol., 2nd half of the 18th century

Identifier: Acc.2152/61-62
Scope and Contents

Two stitched, unbound octavo booklets containing sermons in English, in the hand of Rev. Donald MacNicol.

Dates: 2nd half of the 18th century

Sermons, lectures and addresses, mission work notebooks and related papers of George Adam Smith., 1880-?1942.

Identifier: Acc.9446/298-322
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

The George Adam Smith Archive, comprising correspondence and papers, 1859-1949, of the Very Rev Sir George Adam Smith (1856-1942), theologian, Moderator of the United Free Church General Assembly, 1916, and Principal of Aberdeen University, 1910-35; of his wife Lilian, née Buchanan (1866-1949) and her family; and of their family, particularly George Buchanan Smith (d.1915) and Robert Dunlop Smith (d.1917).

Dates: 1880-?1942.