GB 231 MS 0545 Marriages, deaths and baptisms in the family of Anderson belonging to the parish of Rayne, Aberdeenshire, 1672 - 1820. Transcript of entries extracted from Rayne parish registers, by P.J. Anderson, n.d.
GB 231 MS 0918 Extracts from parish register of Glengairn, Aberdeenshire, relating to Roman Catholic families, 1830-1840. Compiled by P.J. Anderson, n.d. (typescript and indexed)
GB 231 MS 0977 Correspondence, 1895 - 1913, between P.J. Anderson and university librarians at Rostock, Glasgow, St Andrews and Cambridge, regarding the works of Thomas Reid (d.1624), Latin secretary to James I, including Pervigilia metaphysica (1616): Heino Vogler, Pervigilium Veneris, seu Lucubrationum Metaphysicarum V. De Diversitate Entis, seu De distinctionibus Rerum, praeside Thoma Rhaedo (Rostochii: Reusner, 1610)
GB 231 MS 0978 Collection of notes and extracts relating to John Taylor (1580-1653), poet, compiled by P.J. Anderson, 1908. Principally correspondence between P.J. Anderson and the British Museum Library, regarding versions of John Taylor's Verbum Sempiternae Salvator Mundi (London: Hamman, 1614, many later editions to 1908), and other works. Also note re. error in British Museum catalogue.
GB 231 MS 1097 - 1099 Small collection of notes and extracts relating to Aberdeenshire monasteries, 1321-1790, compiled by P.J. Anderson in the preparation of Aberdeen Friars, Red, Black, White, Grey: Preliminary Calendar of Illustrative Documents, compiled by P.J. Anderson, Aberdeen University Studies, 40 (Aberdeen: His Majesty's Printers, 1909). The collection comprises transcripts of charters, etc. relating to Aberdeen monasteries, n.d. (GB 231 MS 1097); Mr Paton's transcripts of Friar's writs, 1909 (GB 231 MS 1098); and proof sheets of Aberdeen Friars, with related manuscript notes (GB 231 MS 1099).
GB 231 MS 2462 Correspondence and other papers relating to the Grant family, compiled by P.J. Anderson in the preparation of Major Alpin's Ancestors and Descendants (Aberdeen: privately printed, 1904), 1851 - 1904. The collection comprises original correspondence of James Grant of Glenmoriston, 1851; miscellaneous genealogical notes concerning the Grants and related families, with inscriptions from various burial grounds, n.d.; papers concerning publication of Mayor Alpin's Ancestors and Descendants (including correspondence from W. Jolly, printer) 1904; and 9 separate series of correspondence concerning histories of Grants and related families, 1891 - 1904.
Correspondents represented in the collection include C. Dunn, Manse of Birse; G. Ferries, Cluny Manse, Aberdeenshire; Isie Fraser, Toronto; John Gall, Inverness; J. Gammack, West Hartford; F.J Grant, Lyon Office (and other members of Grant family); Mrs Hunter and J.A.C. Hunter, Lochgilphead, Argyll; the India Office; Grant MacDonald, Toronto; K. MacDonald, Inverness; J. MacGregor, Dundee; J.W. Macintyre, Spean Bridge; Rev. J.A. MacKay, Castle Court, Boscome, Hants; W. McKay, Inverness; A.M. Mackintosh, Nairn; W. Macleod, Edinburgh; J.G. Michie, Dinnet; F. Munro, Fearn; P.C. Nicol, Helensburgh; J.L. Ross, Toronto; W. Simpson, Inverness; E. Smith, Edinburgh; and R.S. Woods, Chatham, Ontario.
GB 231 MS 2528 Collection of correspondence, notes and extracts relating to the Grant families of Glenmoriston (or Invermoriston), and of Clydebank, 1776-1903, compiled by P.J. Anderson, and Peter Anderson, solicitor, Inverness. The collection probably relates to the preparation and publication of P.J. Anderson's Major Alpin's Ancestors and Descendants (Aberdeen: Privately printed, 1904).
GB 231 MS 2899 Papers relating to the history of Scots Colleges at Paris, Madrid, Valladolid, Douai and Ratisbon, compiled by P.J. Anderson in the preparation of Records of the Scots Colleges at Douai, Rome, Madrid, Valladolid and Ratisbon. Vol. 1: Registers of Students, ed. by P.J. Anderson (Aberdeen: New Spalding Club, 1906).
The collection comprises correspondence and other papers relating to charters and documents of the Scots College, Paris, 1796 - 1803; correspondence with I. Maxwell Witham concerning the Douai Diary, 1904 - 1909; transcripts of manuscripts concerning Scots College at Douai, beginning Epitome annalium Collegii Scotorum Societatis Jesu Duaci stabiliti , n.d.; historical sketch by G.A. Griffin, The Colleges at Madrid and Valladolid, with transcript of Memoirs of the translation of the Scotch College from Madrid to Valladolid, 1858; correspondence with the rector and vice-rector of the Scots College, Valladolid, concerning student lists, 1904 - 1906; historical sketch of the Scots College, Valladolid, n.d. [c 1890s - 1900s]; lists of alumni from the Scots College, Madrid, n.d. [c 1890s - 1900s]; historical sketch of the Scots College, Ratisbon, n.d. [c 1890s - 1900s]; The Scots College, Rome: a historical sketch by the Right Rev. Mgr. Robert Fraser Rector of the College, n.d.; historical notes on the Scots College, Rome, with lists of alumni, n.d. [c 1890s - 1900s]; miscellaneous original fragments and notes concerning Scots Colleges, 17th c, 1900s and n.d.
GB 231 MS 3178 Collection of papers relating to Duncan Liddel (1561-1613), mathematician and physician, compiled by P.J. Anderson, c 1912, probably whilst preparing Notes on Academic Theses, with bibliography of Duncan Liddel, Aberdeen University Studies, 58 (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1912)
GB 231 MS U 513 - 514; GB 231 MS U 522; GB 231 MS U 524 - 528 Small collection of P.J. Anderson's lecture notes, and other papers, relating to his time as an undergraduate student, 1868 - 1872, and as University assistant in Natural Philosophy, 1873 - 1879, at Aberdeen University.
Lecture notes from Professor David Thomson's junior Natural Philosophy class, 1870 - 1871 (GB 231 MS U 513 - 514); lecture notes from Professor Frederick Fuller's junior Mathematics class, 1869-70 (GB 231 MS U 522); lecture notes from Professor William Martin's Moral Philosophy class, 1871-72 (GB 231 MS U 524); notebooks containing memoranda on Natural Philosophy, by P.J. Anderson, 1877-79 (GB 231 MS U 525 - 527); a copy from P.J. Anderson's library (ex-libris P.J. Anderson, 1869), of Sophocles' Oedipus Rex, ed. by Fridericus Henricus Bothe (Lipsiae: Sumtibus Librariae Hahnianae,1826), annotated with translation of the first 660 lines by William Geddes, Professor of Greek (GB 231 MS U 528).
GB 231 MS U 1355 Number 1, of 112 printed copies, of P.J. Anderson's Marischal College and University, Aberdeen, 1593 - 1860: Collections towards the Preparation of the Fasti (Aberdeen: Printed for private circulation, 1886), containing ?his ms amendments and additions.