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Record ID 199742

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 15

Spotswood's History

Borrowed: 1737/2/2 (Saturday). Returned: 1737/4/6 (Saturday).


Borrower

Robert Wight
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1684-1764.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 200303

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 17

Spottswood's Hist: of Church of

Borrowed: 1738/2/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1738/5/17 (Saturday).


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John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 200282

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 17

Spottswoods History

Borrowed: 1738/1/18 (Saturday). Returned: 1738/2/22 (Saturday).


Borrower

Thomas Hamilton
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1772.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 200015

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 17

Spotswoods History

Borrowed: 1737/12/7 (Saturday). Returned: 1738/1/2 (Thursday).


Borrower

Thomas Hamilton
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1772.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 200924

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 18

Spotswood's  History

Borrowed: 1738/8/2 (Saturday). Returned: 1738/12/27 (Saturday).


Borrower

George Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1692-1765.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 201077

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 19

Spotswood Church History

Borrowed: 1738/12/27 (Saturday). Returned: 1739/3/28 (Saturday).


Borrower

Edward Buncle
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1777.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 201683

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 20

Spotts woods Histo: of the Ch: of Scot: 

Borrowed: 1739/8/8 (Saturday).


Borrower

Thomas Mack
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1750.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 202709

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 22

Spotswood History

Borrowed: 1740/12/10 (Saturday). Returned: 1740/12/31 (Saturday).


Borrower

John Johnston
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1770.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 203987

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 24

Spotis woods History

Borrowed: 1741/12/9 (Saturday). Returned: 1741/12/9 (Saturday).


Borrower

John Dickie
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1800.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 205829

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 31

Spotswood Church History

Borrowed: 1745/3/6 (Saturday). Returned: 1745/3/6 (Saturday).


Borrower

John Scott
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1697-1770.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 209033

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 41

Spotswood Ch: History

Borrowed: 1750/1/17 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/1/17 (Saturday).


Borrower

William Irvine
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1768.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Independent Means > Landowner/Landlord/Laird.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 212603

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 48

Spotswood's History of the Churchof Scotland

Borrowed: 1752/12/20 (Wednesday).


Borrower

George Heron
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1780.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 288433

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 97

Spottiswood

Borrowed: 1825/2/23 (Wednesday). Returned: 1825/2/23 (Wednesday).


Borrower

Alexander Scot(t)
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1830.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
The history of the Church of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. Wherein are described, the progress of Christianity, the persecutions and interruptions of it, the foundation of churches, the erecting of bishopricks, the building and endowing monasteries and other religious places, the succession of bishops in their sees, the reformation of religion, and the frequent disturbances of that nation by wars, conspiracies, tumults, schisms. Together with great variety of other matters, both ecclesiasticall and politicall. Written by that grave and reverend prelate, and wise counsellor, J. Spotswood, Lord Archbishop of S. Andrews, and Privy Counsellor to King Charles the First, that most religious and blessed prince and martyr.
Classmark: 13.5.7.

Record ID 84842

Library: Edinburgh University Library. Register: EUA IN1/ADS/LIB/3/Da.2.5 (1768-1781, Type: Professorial). Page: 4-5

Borrow'd Spotswood's history

Borrowed: 1769/2/6 (Monday). Loan period: return on demand.


Borrowers

Principal William Robertson
Gender: Male.
Other: Principal of the University of Edinburgh. Life dates: 1721-1793.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Education > University Professor.

John Tait
Gender: Male. Borrower type: Other.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Spottiswood (Male, born 1565, died 1639)
Genre: History
History of the church and state of Scotland, : beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the reign of King James the VI. of ever blessed memory. In seven books.