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Scope and Contents One volume of notes taken down by Thomas Millar, who lived at 9 Inverleith Row, Edinburgh, on lectures on natural philosophy given by George Lees. There is note reading: 'George Lees appears in the Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1840/1, as Lecturer in Natural Philosopgy at the School of Arts, Adam Square'. This schhol was the Edinburgh School of Arts, later known as the Watt Institution and School of Arts, which had moved to Adam Square in 1837.
Scope and Contents The papers of Evan Whyte Melville Balfour-Melville reflect his academic, public, and private interests. There are many bundles of notes both in manuscript and typescript; notebooks; and, correspondence. There are Edinburgh University examination papers; Heriot-Watt Minutes from the 1960s; and, Edinburgh Corporation Education Committee Minutes from the 1960s. The papers also include census material; records of persons placed on probation; material relating to the Historical Association of...
Dates: circa 1910-1962
- Names: Heriot-Watt College (1885-1966) X
- Examination Papers 1
- History 1
- Lectures and Lecturing 1
- Minutes 1
- Philosophy and science 1
- Student lecture notes 1 ∧ less
- Balfour-Melville, Evan Whyte Melville, 1887-1963 (Senior lecturer in history, University of Edinburgh) 1
- James I, 1394-1437 (King of Scotland) 1
- Lees, George, fl 1840 (Lecturer in Natural Philosophy, Watt Institution and School of Arts) 1
- Millar, Thomas, fl 1840 (student, Watt Institution and School of Arts) 1
- The Scottish History Society (1886-) 1