Marion Veitch (1639–1722)

Prose

Journal

First published in Memoir of Mrs William Veitch, Mr Thomas Hog of Kiltearn, Mr Henry Erskine, and Mr John Carstairs, [ed. Thomas Thomson] (Edinburgh, 1846).

*VeM 1

Autograph MS. c.1700-22.

In 1825 in the possession of W. Henderson Somerville, of Fingask Whitecroft, a descendant of the Veitch's daughter Agnes.

Recorded in Thomas M'Crie, Memoirs of Mr. William Veitch and George Brysson (Edinburgh, 1825).

Untraced, [Veitch MS (I)].

VeM 2

Copy. 18th century?

In 1846 in the possession of the Rev. George Panton, of Heriot's Hospital, Edinburgh.

Edited from this MS in Memoir of Mrs William Veitch, Mr Thomas Hog of Kiltearn, Mr Henry Erskine, and Mr John Carstairs, [ed. Thomas Thomson] (Edinburgh, 1846).

Untraced, [Veitch MS (II)].

VeM 3

A quarto volume, in two italic hands, ff. 1r-74v in a single cursive italic hand, ff. 75r-81r written much later apparently to replace missing leaves in the earlier MS, entitled ‘An account of the Lord's gracious dealing with me, and of his remarkable hearing and answering my Supplications’, 81 leaves, in modern speckled brown calf. c.1711 [-late 18th century].

This MS discussed in Howard, Marion Veitch (1992), pp. 691-2, with a facsimile of the first page on p. 13.

National Library of Scotland, Adv. MS 34.6.22.