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Scope and Contents A volume of ink manuscript notes, with pencil annotations, of Hume's Lectures, taken down by a person unknown, but probably a student. The notes relate to lectures delivered between November-December 1805 and with an introductory lecture omitted. Headings include: Marriage; Parent and Child; Guardian and Ward; Master and Servant; and, Personal Rights.
Scope and Contents Two notebooks containing notes of lectures on Scots law, 1808-1809, given by David Hume, Baron of the Exchequer (Scotland). Notes taken down by person unknown.
Scope and Contents One notebook containing notes entitled 'Notes of lectures on the law of Scotland, from 'Marriage' to 'General Service', 1810-1811. Lectures given by David Hume, Baron of the Exchequer (Scotland), at the University of Edinburgh. Notes taken down by person unknown.
Fonds — Box: CLX-A-359
Scope and Contents Two sets (bound) of notes on lectures given by Prof. George Joseph Bell. The notes in the second volume were taken down by Thomas Sees. Volume entitled 'Notes on the Law of Scotland from the Lectures of Mr Bell, Edinburgh College', 1822-1823 Volume entitled 'Notes on the Law of Scotland, from Lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh, by George Joseph Bell Esquire Advocate', 26 October...
Scope and Contents This is a collection of autograph manuscripts of Allan Maconochie (Lord Meadowbank). The manuscripts (1780s) consist largely of lectures and notes and many of the notes are incomplete or unfinished as it was the practice of Maconochie to finish in mid-sentence. The collection is composed of lecture/meeting notes on economics, law, government and society etc., and include those on: - the importance of...
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of (in many cases simply copies of) cases, reports, drafts, memoranda, off-prints, articles, notes, correspondence, lectures and addresses, news-clippings and other material relating to: Defective consent Illegality of obligations / Illegality and morailty / Illegal contracts Contract code / Contract code - Minors Unjustified...
Scope and Contents The records are composed of: private ledgers; ledger balances; exchequer business; letter books; and, correspondence on conveyancing.
Scope and Contents The first manuscript page of Volume 1 states, 'Notes taken from the Lectures of Mr. D. Hume, Professor of Scotch law in the University of Edinburgh, delivered in the years 1814 and 15'. The first page is dated 26 October 1814 The four volumes contain chapters or sections headed, e.g. Introductory lecture; Husband and Wife; Parent and child; Guardian and ward; Guardians to Idiots and Furious persons; Master and servant; Distinction of things; Contract of sale; Contract of Location -...
- Subject: Law (Scotland) X
- Hume, David, 1757-1838 (judge, Baron of the Scottish Exchequer) 4
- University of Edinburgh (Scottish University) 4
- Bell, George Joseph, 1770-1843 (advocate, Professor of Scots Law at the University of Edinburgh) 1
- Fraser, Thomas Richard, Sir, 1841-1920 (physician and pharmacologist, professor of medicine at the University of Edinburgh) 1
- Jex-Blake, Sophia Louisa, 1840-1912 (medical practitioner, reformer and suffragette) 1
- Lindsay, William, fl. 1842-1843, Secretary of Scots Law Society 1
- MacQueen, Frances M., fl. 1975-1979 (civil servant) 1
- MacQueen, Hector L., Professor, fl. 1975-1979 (professor of private law) 1
- Maconochie, Lord Meadowbank, Allan, 1748-1816 (Scottish judge) 1
- Moncrieffe, Rupert Iain Kay, Sir, 1919-1985 (11th Baronet, officer, genealogist) 1
- Orr, Robert Low, fl 1870s-1880s (Edinburgh University student) 1
- Orr, William J, fl 1870s-1880s (Edinburgh University student) 1
- Robertson, John, b. 1930 (student Edinburgh University, Law Faculty, 1951-1954) 1
- Sees, Thomas, fl 1820s (Law student, University of Edinburgh) 1
- Smith, Thomas Broun, Professor, 1915-1988 (professor of civil (Roman Law), Edinburgh University ) 1
- Thomson, A., fl 1860, Secretary of Scots Law Society 1
- Wallace, Forbes T., fl. 1895-1897 (student, Edinburgh University) 1 ∧ less