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[University of St Andrews.  Papal Bull confirming the privileges of the University of St Andrews, 28 August 1413.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 100.]
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Papal Bull of Pope Benedict XIII
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 100)
University of St Andrews. Papal Bull confirming the privileges of the University of St Andrews, 28 August 1413.
[1626.  M.A. degree diploma of Thomas Jamesius.  Small parchment with complete university seal on (19th century) silk tag.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref. Code: UYUY 348.]
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M.A. Degree Diploma of Thomas Jamesius
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 348)
University of St Andrews. Small parchment with complete university seal on (19th century) silk tag, 1626.
[University of St Andrews.  Rector’s Book.  Shows entry of matriculation of John Gordon, Earl of Sutherland and James Graham, Earl of Montrose at the University of St Andrews, p. 209., 26 January 1627.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 305/3.]
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Rector’s Book
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 305/3)
University of St Andrews. Shows entry of matriculation of John Gordon, Earl of Sutherland and James Graham, Earl of Montrose at the University of St Andrews, p. 209, 26 January 1627.
[University of St Andrews.  MD Testimonial for George MacKnight, 26 September 1729.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 350.]
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MD Testimonial for George MacKnight
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 350)
University of St Andrews. MD Testimonial for George MacKnight, 26 September 1729.
[University of St Andrews.  Celtic Society minute book, showing 1818 small volume, in gaelic, one page, 1815-1822.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 911.]
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Celtic Society Minute Book (1 of 2)
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 911)
University of St Andrews. Celtic Society minute book, showing 1818 small volume, in gaelic, one page, 1815-1822.
[University of St Andrews.  Celtic Society minute book, showing 1818 small volume, in gaelic, 2 pp. spread, 1815-1822.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 911.]
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Celtic Society Minute Book (2 of 2)
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 911)
University of St Andrews. Celtic Society minute book, showing 1818 small volume, in gaelic, 2 pp. spread, 1815-1822.
[University of St Andrews.  Acta Rectorum or first matriculation and graduation register of the University of St Andrews, which records election of rector, deputies and assessors, details of visitations and minute of University meetings, 1492.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 305/1.]
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Acta Rectorum or First Matriculation and Graduation Register
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 305/1)
University of St Andrews. Acta Rectorum or first matriculation and graduation register of the University of St Andrews, which records election of rector, deputies and assessors, details of visitations and minute of University meetings, 1492.
[University of St Andrews.  Loose sheets from Acta Rectorum, rubricated parchment copy of the laws and statutes of the University of St Andrews, early sixteenth century.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 305/1/add.]
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Loose Sheets from Acta Rectorum
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 305/1/add)
University of St Andrews. Loose sheets from Acta Rectorum, rubricated parchment copy of the laws and statutes of the University of St Andrews, early sixteenth century.
[University of St Andrews.  Faculty of Arts, Bursar’s Book.  First page of accounts, 1456, important as a source of names of graduates and also of the financial status of students, 1456-1853.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 412.]
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Faculty of Arts, Bursar’s Book
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 412)
University of St Andrews. First page of accounts, 1456, important as a source of names of graduates and also of the financial status of students, 1456-1853.
[University of St Andrews.  Library catalogue drawn up by order of the visitation of April 1687, April 1687.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYLY 105/2.]
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Library Catalogue
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYLY 105/2)
University of St Andrews. Library catalogue drawn up by order of the visitation of April 1687, April 1687.
[University of St Andrews.  Album Bibliothecae Civium, register of readers of library, open at page with index of readers opposite rules from Senatus for safeguarding of books in library, 1697.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYLY 201/1.]
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Album Bibliothecae Civium, Register of Readers of Library
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYLY 201/1)
University of St Andrews. Album Bibliothecae Civium, register of readers of library, open at page with index of readers opposite rules from Senatus for safeguarding of books in library, 1697.
[University of St Andrews.  Minutes of inaugural meeting of Philosophical Society of students of the University of St Andrews, Wednesday 10th April 1788.  © University of St Andrews.  Ref: UYUY 911.]
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Minutes of Inaugural Meeting of Philosophical Society
© University of St Andrews (Ref: UYUY 911)
University of St Andrews. Minutes of inaugural meeting of Philosophical Society of students of the University of St Andrews, Wednesday 10th April 1788.
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