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National Library of Scotland: 1995 Accessions

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  • Abbey of St Benedict, Fort Augustus, Invernesshire: manuscripts, formal documents and fragments 11th-18th cents, incl patristic texts written by Marianus at Regensburg 1080; the Rule of St Benedict 15th cent; a Book of Hours signed by Mary of Guise 15th cent; fragments of music from the Inverness song-school 15-16 cent (Acc 11218)
  • Bottomley and Barlow families, scientists and engineers, Belfast and Glasgow: records, incl letters of their kinsman, William Thomson, Lord Kelvin 1843-1924 (Acc 11263)
  • George Bruce (b1909), broadcaster and poet: corresp and papers (addnl) 1944-95 (Acc 11260)
  • John Norman Stuart Buchan (b1911), 2nd Baron Tweedsmuir: corresp and papers (addnl) 1934-95 (Acc 11267)
  • Robert Burns (1759-1796), poet: letter to Mrs Frances Wallace Dunlop 1792-3 (see Christies, London, 29 June 1995, lot 314) (Acc 11233)
  • Burns Begg family: letters and photographs (addnl) c1790-20th cent, mostly rel to Robert Burns, poet (Acc 11193)
  • Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell (1883-1937), painter: corresp and papers, incl letters of Sir William Russell Flint, Pittendrigh MacGillivray and Samuel John Peploe 1892-1942 (Acc 11224)
  • Canongate Press, publishers: records, incl corresp 1972-94 (access restricted) (Acc 11197)
  • T and T Clark, theological publishers, Edinburgh: records incl corresp (addnl) 1929-92 (Acc 11267)
  • Very Revd Prof Robert Craig (b1917): speeches, reports and other papers as Principal of the University of Rhodesia 1970-79 (Acc 11220)
  • Andrew Browne Cunningham (1883-1963), 1st Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope, Admiral of the Fleet: letters (20) to Revd Principal George and Professor Douglas Duncan, mostly rel to naval service 1941-58 (Acc 11201)
  • Edinburgh Christian Council for Overseas Students, Edinburgh: records 1919-95 (Acc 11199)
  • Edinburgh and District Trades Council: records incl minutes and reports 1859-1981 (Acc 11177)
  • William Ronald Dodds Fairbairn (1889-1964), psychiatrist: corresp and papers 1927-58 (Acc 11258)
  • Family Care, voluntary social work agency, Edinburgh: papers 1911-89 (Acc 11191)
  • Douglas and Palmer-Douglas family, of Cavers, Roxburghshire: legal papers (addnl) 1568-1948 (Acc 11228)
  • Fraser family of Belladrum, Invernesshire: papers (one bundle) 1563-1786 (Acc 11224)
  • Alexander Gill, jeweller, Aberdeen: letters (11) from Revs Dr Robert Laws and Malcolm Moffat, missionaries in Malawi and Zambia respectively 1888-1928 (Acc 11242)
  • Sir Alexander Gibson (1926-1995), musician: corresp and papers 1959-94 (Acc 11271)
  • HM Sole and Only Master Printer, ie the Bible Board, Scotland: records incl minutes, registers and corresp 1839-1981 (Acc 11182)
  • Holden family, merchants, of Baldovie, Dundee: papers 1717-1822 (Acc 11272)
  • William Douglas-Home, playwright: literary manuscripts, corresp and papers (addnl) 1946-91 (Acc 11222)
  • Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers: records incl minute books and bet-books 1744-1992 (access restricted) (Acc 11208)
  • Bernat Klein, textile designer: papers c1965-94 (Acc 11216)
  • Lines Review, literary periodical: editorial corresp 1989-95 (access restricted) (Acc 11219)
  • James Ramsay MacDonald, Prime Minister: albums (6) of letters and messages of condolence on the death of his wife, Margaret Ethel, née Gladstone 1911; miscellaneous letters and papers formerly with the J Ramsay MacDonald Collection of printed books 1843-1925 (Accs 11180,11185-90,11198,11205)
  • Dugald McFadyen, marine engineer, African Lakes Corporation, Malawi: diary and copies of letters 1885-86 (Acc 11247)
  • Eneas Mackay, publisher, Stirling: corresp and papers c1929-45 (Acc 11252)
  • John Mackay: letter probably to George Mackay, Lord Reay, rel to an engagement between Jacobite and government forces at Littleferry, Sutherland 1746 (Acc 11202)
  • John Maclean, Captain in the Jacobite army: diary 1745-6 (Acc 11241)
  • Aonghas MacNeacail, poet, writer and broadcaster: manuscripts, corresp and papers 1972-95 (Acc 11223)
  • Agnes Miller Parker, engraver: corresp and papers 1913-72 (Acc 11238)
  • John Richardson, parliamentary solicitor, Kirklands, Roxburghshire: letters (10) from his friend Sir Walter Scott 1810-30 (Acc 11245)
  • William Ross, scientist, Royal Radar Establishment, Malvern: corresp and scientific papers 1925-78 (Acc 11236)
  • Saltire Society, Edinburgh: papers (addnl) 1957-94 (Acc 11259)
  • Stair Memorial Encyclopedia of the Laws of Scotland: editorial corresp and papers 1982-95 (Acc 11261)
  • R Macaulay Stevenson, painter: corresp and papers rel to the "Glasgow Boys" school of painters, incl letters of Sir James Guthrie, Edward Atkinson Hornel, and Edward Arthur Walton (Acc 11212)
  • Nigel Tranter, novelist: literary papers (addnl) 1957-93 (Acc 11170)
  • Kenneth White, poet: literary corresp and papers 1976-95 (Acc 11211)
 
 
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