Samuel Rutherford's memorial.

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From the The Collection of General Photographic Albums (collecting area) Collection Collection
Part of General Album 27 Parent record level Album/Book/Portfolio

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ID

ALB-27-18-1

Department

Special Collections - Photographic Collections

Alternative titles

Samuel Rutherford's gravestone, St Andrews Cathedral.

Description

Close view of inscribed gravestone with railing behind. The inscription reads: "M S R
Here lyes the Reverend Mr Samuel Rutherfoord Professor of Divinty of St Andrews who died March the 20 1661.
what tongu [sic] what pen or skill of men
Canfamous Riutherfoord Commend
His learning justly rasid [sic] his fame
His true Godliness Adornd [sic] his name
He did converse with things above
Acquainted with Emmanuel's Love
Most orthodox [sic] he was and sound
And many errors did confound
For Zion's King and Zion's cause
And Scoland's covennted Laws
Most constantly he did comend [sic]
Until his time was at an end
Than [sic] he won to the full fruition
Of that which he had seen in vision.
Here lyes the Reverend John Anderson who was Minr of the Gospel of St Andrews who died the 1712 in the 58 year of his age.

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Date

ca. 1905

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Acknowledgement

Copyright undetermined. Image courtesy of University of St Andrews Library.

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Copyright status is unknown and an (unsuccessful) effort to determine the copyright status of the underlying work has been carried out. The University of St Andrews may be missing key facts essential to making an accurate copyright status determination. Image supply fees may still apply.

Credit Line

Image Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library, ID ALB-27-18-1

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