Thomas Tullideph on Old Testament citations in New Testament, c.1734.

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Thomas Tullideph, Enquiry concerning the intention of the Evangelists and the writer of the Book of Acts of the Apostles in quoting passages from the Old Testament.

f.1r Title page

f.1v-f.2r original index of the Old Testament passages cited.

f.3 A modern index of the Old Testament passages cited.

f.4-f.111 On Old Testament citations. [The text is on the recto with occasional marginalia on the facing page].

Administrative / Biographical History

Thomas Tullideph studied at Edinburgh University, then seems to have worked as a merchant in Edinburgh, and possibly had served as an officer in the Swedish army, before taking orders for the ministry. He was appointed minister at Dron (1727-1731) and Markinch (1731-1734), before becoming professor of biblical criticism at St Mary's College, St Andrews, from 1734 to 1739. He was then appointed principal of St LeonardÂ’s College, St Andrews until 1747, being instrumental in urging the union of St Leonard's College with St Salvator's College. He became principal of the United College from 1747 until 1777.

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By appointment with the Keeper of Manuscripts. Access to records containing confidential information may be restricted.

Acquisition Information

Formerly in the University Muniment Room.

Note

Used as a binding, but now removed from the original paste-board covers, was a fragment, vellum, from the Auchinleck MS, containing part of the metrical romance Richard Coeur de Lion, GB 0227 msPR2065.R4.

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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Binding: Rebound, quarter goat vellum and marbled boards with vellum tips, by Cockerell, July 1953 [with binder's note pasted inside back cover].Paper: 17.8x23cm

Archivist's Note

Description compiled by Maia Sheridan, Archives Hub project archivist, based on material from the Manuscripts Database

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Applications for permission to quote should be sent to the Keeper of Manuscripts. Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use and condition of documents.

Accruals

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Related Material

St Andrews University: GB 0227 msLF1109.T8C6: Commonplace book of Thomas Tullideph, 1717-1727; GB 0227 msLF1119.A3T8: Thomas Tullideph, "Oratio", 1734.