CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3518/1/4/1
Alt Ref NoBox 5
TitlePamphlets and newspaper cuttings
Extent1 bundle
DescriptionPamphlets and newspaper cuttings
Including pamphlets by William Robertson Nicoll, pamphlets on church matters, and various other subjects..

"Mrs Burnett Smith. A memory" Typescript, no author, place or date. 5 pages.

Report on the Bishop Seabury Memorial, St Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen. Aberdeen, 1943. 4 pages (2 copies)

The King's message (reprinted from The Times of 7 June 1944). Single sheet

W. Robertson Nicoll: When the wounded go home. London, no date. 18 pages (3 copies)

W. Robertson Nicoll: 'Tis Forty Years Since. Lines read at the reunion of class 1966-70, Aberdeen University, September 24, 1906. 2 pages

W. Robertson Nicoll: The holy assembly. Edinburgh, 1905. 7 pages

Army & Navy Stores Catalogue: The Coronation . London, 1937. 24 pages

W. Robertson Nicoll: "Set down my name, Sir". London, [c. 1914]. 8 pages. (2 copies)

A. Birrell: Sabbath desecration, or idolatry in the modern church. No place, no date. 32 pages.

Notebook, poem on first three pages, otherwise blank. [In William Robertson Nicoll's hand]

Diamond Jubilee of the Diocese of St John's, Kaffraria, 1873 - 1933. Letters from South Africa by the Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney. Aberdeen, 1933. 48 pages. (Two copies, one with written dedication to Lady Robertson Nicoll from the Bishop)

Rev. R. Herbert Story: Edward Irving. (St Giles lectures, third series). Edinburgh, 1883. 272 pages

Five short devotional tracts

Press cuttings: from the Church Times (undated) on the British Weekly and William Robertson Nicoll; from the Aberdeen Journal, 29 October 1878, on the Battle of Auldearn, 1645; and two others (1861 and undated) with poems.

Coulson Kernahan: The last days of Theodore Watts-Dunton. No place, no date; pages 255 - 264 of an unnamed publication.

D. Hay Fleming: A trip to America. St Andrews, 1914. 8 pages

"A few passages concerning omens, dreams, appearances, &c., in a letter to Eusebius". 1845. Pages 735 - 752 of an unnamed publication.

J. Wilkinson: Why, when, and where. The consecration of Samuel Seabury. Selkirk, 1934. 29 pages

The meaning of Catholicism. The Bishop of Brechin's synod charge 1936. Dundee, 1936. 15 pages

The Church and the land. Services for Plough Sunday, Rogationtide, Lammas, Harvest Thanksgiving. London, no date. 12 pages.

British Museum: The Mount Sinai manuscript of the Bible. Prospectus and call for subscriptions for publication. London, 1934. 11 pages. Enclosed a cutting from the Aberdeen Press and Journal, 15 January 1934, on the Museum's acquisition of the Codex Sinaiticus.

The presentation of the men's address to Father Stanton on June 26 1907 at the Holburn Town Hall. London 1907. 33 pages and 11 plates.

Episcopal Church in Scotland: Our work among fisher folk. [Edinburgh], 1933. 11 pages

Encyclopedia Britannica dinner in celebration of the part taken by women in producing the 11th edition. Savoy Hotel 13 December 1910. (Double folio sheet folded, with list of guests and table plan)

The martyrdom of Spain; being a pastoral letter of his Eminence Señor D. Isidro Gomà Tomàs D.D. […]. Dublin, 1936. 20 pages

A. Merrington Smith: Old Lowestoft China. [Lowestoft}, 3rd edition 1912. 12 sheets with photographs pasted in.
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