||Blairs College Library: ca. 27,000 volumes, pamphlets, and over 50 mss. On a wide range of subjects, with Roman Catholic theology predominant, deposited in 1974 by the Trustees of St. Mary’s College, Blairs, Aberdeen. Cathedral of the Isles Millport Collection: ca. 750 volumes on liturgical works and works relating to the Episcopal Church in Scotland, deposited in 1979 by the Cumbrae Trust. Cowan Collection: 1,117 volumes and 4 mss. Mainly on liturgy and church ceremony. Cox Collection: 222 items on temperance and Sabbatarianism. Crawford Collections (Bibliotheca Lindesiana) – include separate collections of: Ca. 600 Church briefs published between 1755-1827; Borghese Collection (ca. 8,000 broadsides and pamphlets relating to the administration of Rome and Papal states between 1550 and 1700); Reformation and Lutheran tracts (ca. 1,500 pamphlets written by Luther and other German reformers and published in C16); Indulgences (69 Roman Catholic documents dating C15?17), all currently deposited in the Library. Dietrichs Collection: Part of the collection of Georg Septimus Dietrichs, Senator of Regensburg; amongst its ca. 100,000 items there is a large number of C16 tracts written by German reformers. Dowden Collection: ca. 900 volumes and mss. On general theological subjects on deposit from St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh. Drygrange Collection: ca. 2,300 volumes on Roman Catholic theology and church history from St. Andrew’s College, Drygrange, deposited in 1886. Episcopal Church of Scotland Theological College, Urquhart Collection: ca. 200 theological pamphlets, deposited 1993. Fort Augustus (St. Benedict’s Abbey) Collection: ca. 7,000 volumes and mss. On a wide range of subjects, in particular Roman Catholic theology, church history, and liturgical works. Gray Collection: ca. 1,500 volumes and 39 mss., mainly on theology, Latin and Greek classics, mostly C16-17, deposited in 1961 by the Town Council of Haddington. Haxton Collection: 127 volumes of C16-17 Bibles and portions of the Scriptures. Jolly Collection: 2,976 volumes mainly on theological subjects dating C16-19, formerly part of the collection of Alexander Jolly, Episcopal Bishop of Moray, deposited in 1958. Oban Cathedral Collection: 129 volumes dating C16-20, mainly Roman Catholic theological and liturgical works, deposited in 1994. Orrock Collection: 41 volumes of mainly C17 theological works. Perth St. Ninian’s Cathedral Library: 75 volumes, mss. And ca. 3,750 pamphlets on theology and the Episcopal Church in Scotland. Preshome Chapel Library: ca. 4,700 mainly theological works from the Chapel House, Preshome Banffshire, deposited in 1975. Protestant Institute Collection: ca. 570 volumes on canon law, Roman Catholic and Protestant theology dating mainly C17-19, acquired by the Library in 1997, after formerly being on deposit. Scottish Catholic Archives Collection: ca. 160 volumes and six mss. deposited by the Scottish Catholic Archives; the works date C15-19, and are mostly continental works of Roman Catholic theology.
||Church of Scotland Board of World Mission and Unity Records: foreign missions, records of former Continental, Colonial and Jewish Committees. Robert Wodrow’s mss.: C17 – early C18 Presbyterianism. Iona Community Papers. For other collections of personal papers, see the HMC publication Papers of British Churchmen, 1780-1940 (London, 1987).