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Divinity Library at the University of Edinburgh.
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The Divinity Library is part of New College at the University of Edinburgh and dates back to 1846.  The library reading hall was originally built as the sanctuary of the Free High Kirk and houses one of the largest theological libraries in the United Kingdom.

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