Bound Manuscript Collection, 1301-1928 (bulk 1515-1928).

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Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Bound Manuscript Collection, 1301-1928 (bulk 1515-1928).

Bound Manuscript Collection, 1301-1928 (bulk 1515-1928).

The APTS bound manuscripts collection includes Spanish cartas ejecutorias, sermons, lectures, various documents, and music scores. Series I, Sermons and Religious Manuscripts, comprises nearly a third of the collection and includes collected sermons and religious essays from the 17th to the 19th century. Series II, Spanish Language Manuscripts, contains an important group of 14 cartas ejecutorias dating primarily from the 16th and 17th centuries. Other early Spanish documents are also represented in the series. Series III, Other Manuscripts, is a miscellaneous assortment of material ranging from a royal privilege of 14th century Castile to 17th century British legal documents and 20th century poetry. The series represents nearly a half of the entire collection. Series IV, Music Manuscripts, includes a group of late 19th century scores in Hebrew by Eduard and Herman Darewski, together with vocal music scores in western languages written between the 17th century and 1829.

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