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Service books. Religious texts.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Use broadly for books containing religious rites and sometimes hymns.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Fragments of a Latin commentary on Aristotle's ‘Categoriae', including parts of the 'Liber predicabilium' and 'Liber predicamentorum'.

Identifier: MS.25239
Scope and Contents

The commentary is followed by a fragment of a manuscript in English (folio 34) and part of a vellum leaf from a 13th-century noted service book (folio 36).

Dates: 13th century, 15th century.

‘lkö Odiri Dön Abasi Age Emuremura’ by James Luke (Old Calabar, 1893)., 1893.

Identifier: MS.8952
Scope and Contents

A copy of a service book, the first book printed in the Akunakuna language, at the United Presbyterian Church Mission Press.

Dates: 1893.

St Andrews Chapel service book., 1850.

Identifier: Acc.13827/375
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The papers cover six centuries worth of family and estate papers of the Forbes, the Stuart Forbes, and the Trefusis families. Alexander de Forbes (c.1380-1448) was created the 1st Lord Forbes around 1440, the Lords Forbes of Pitsligo were descended from Sir William Forbes, brother of Alexander. The title was created in 1633 for Alexander Forbes (d.1636). His descendant Alexander Forbes, 4th Lord Forbes of Pitsligo (1678-1762) forfeited his estates following his support for the Jacobites in...
Dates: 1850.