Royal (Dick) Veterinary College (1839-1951| veterinary college)
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: EUA IN2/4/2/5
Scope and Contents Contains some or all of the following details on students: name, session number, date, address, fees paid, name of parent/guardian
Identifier: EUA IN2/4/2/4
Scope and Contents Contains some or all of the following details on students: name, subject, marks and professional examination results
Scope and Contents Spine reads 'Reprints and papers' and fly leaf is inscribed with Alan Greenwood's signature. Contains 10 papers: 'Breeding: Science and Practice: Address to National Association of Poultry Breeders, 12 June 1946'; 'Poultry Research in Scotland: for Central Office of Information, London for 'British Ally' - published by H.M Govt. in Soviet Union, October 1947'; 'Science and the...
Identifier: EUA IN2/4/1
Scope and Contents These volumes contain dated forms containing the students' names, each signed by the relevant student.
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACA/VET
Series — translation missing: en.enumerations.container_type.container: EUA IN1/ADS/SEC/A (multiple box files)
Identifier: EUA IN1/ADS/SEC/A
Scope and Contents Files in 13 subseries: Faculty of Arts (1872-1977) Bequests (1912-1987) Faculty of Divinity (1927-1984) Faculty of Law (1919-1958) Lectures (1885-1965) Faculty of Medicine (1833-1971) Miscellaneous (1884-1981) Faculty of Music (1891-1954) Faculty of Science (1907-1956) ...
Scope and Contents Byrne reports that there is no progress concerning the Connemara ponies and that the 'Department' in Ireland are sending Hackney and Welsh cobs despite the fact that crossing a Hackney with a Connemara pony was a failure. He enquires after the 'new arrangement' between the University of Edinburgh and the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College.
Dates: 26 August 1905
Manuscript lecture beginning "It is with some diffidence that I come here to deliver my first lecture upon Physiology" - possibly lecture to the Royal Veterinary College of Edinburgh, c 1876
Scope and Contents Manuscript lecture beginning "It is with some diffidence that I come here to deliver my first lecture upon Physiology" - possibly lecture to the Royal Veterinary College of Edinburgh.
Dates: c 1876
Collection — Box: CLX-A-352
Content Description A bronze and a silver medals in their cases awarded to Peter Haugh in the University's Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies for Zoology and Botany (1903-1904) and for Clinique (1906-1907); and three bronze medals from Edinburgh University awarded to Samuel M. Inkster for Chemistry (1869), General Pathology and Morbid Anatomy (1870-1871) and Practice of Medicine (1872-1873). Also includes an article by Gregor Macaulay explaining the medals.
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/1/1
Scope and Contents NB: the minutes, which are looseleaf, are copies, not originals.