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Student lecture notes

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Notes taken down by students

Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:

Bound lecture notes of Ethelwyn Lemon

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1933
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of 15 volumes of bound lecture notes that belonged to Ethelwyn Lemon. These notes were taken by Ethelwyn Lemon herself, or by other fellow female students, in the late 19th-early 20th century at the University of Edinburgh. Notes of lectures on British history given by Sir Richard Lodge, taken down by Barbara M Craw. Edinburgh University, 1904. (4 vols) Notes of lectures on...

Bound medical lecture notes and certificates of Victor F. Usher

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-1886
Scope and Contents Seventeen volumes of lectures notes by Victor Field Usher, a medical student at the University of Edinburgh in 1902-1907, who became the first physician to introduce Arsphenamine (the first effective treatment for syphilis, developed by Prof. Paul Ehrlich) to the UK. The fonds includes: Three volumes entitled Practice of Medicine - Gibson, Philip & Bruce containing notes and...

Diary of Helena Marshall

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1952
Scope and Contents Diary of Helena Marshall when she was a student at the 'College of Arts', Edinburgh (NB - not Edinburgh College of Arts, which was founded in 1907, but probably the Faculty of Arts of the University of Edinburgh) and (later) a governess in Russia (Petersburg) and Switzerland. Also journal consisting mainly of notes from lectures at the College of Arts on botany, geology, zoology, electricity, Italian art, etc., 1869.

Dictates of Andrew Suttie by James Ross

 Fonds — Volume MS.2666, OpenShelf: data_value_missing_a6c7aeb4a5dcd1e328234396a39827bb
Identifier: Coll-1649
Scope and Contents Vellum-covered volume of notes taken by student James Ross of lectures in Philosophy given by Andrew Suttie, Regent.

Dictates of James Pillans by Adam Blackadder

 Fonds — Volume Gen.2028, OpenShelf: data_value_missing_984d7fa1385016ca1d9dd9923ae2cf51
Identifier: Coll-1752

Dictates of James Pillans by Alexander Wilson

 Fonds — Volume Dc.6.6, OpenShelf: data_value_missing_c90d5d9dc88c227041fe91bcc1e5f797
Identifier: Coll-1751
Scope and Contents Single volume of lecture notes taken down by Alexander Wilson at lectures given by James Pillans.

Dictates of James Pillans by Archibald Flint: 'Philosophia Peripatetica'

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-1750
Scope and Contents Labelled 'II' and 'III', the location of any other volumes from this series is unknown. Each volume bears a number of illuatrations, largely, though not exclusively, around a theme of motion/impact, which may reflect the nature of the subject of the notes themselves. Flint uses these to decorate title pages and introductory sections, some mimicking as decorated initials within illuminated manuscripts.'Philosophia Peripatetica' is also known as Aristotlean philosophy, referring to a mode...

Dictates of Professor Fraser, class of Moral Philosophy and Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh, taken by George Goudie Chisholm, 8 November 1867

 Item
Identifier: Coll-68/2
Scope and Contents Dictates of Professor Fraser, class of Moral Philosophy and Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh, taken by George Goudie Chisholm, 8 Nov 1867; ms, 1 bound notebook.
Reference according to Chisolm's alpha-numerical system: II

Dictates of Professor Masson, classes of Rhetoric and the History of English Literature, University of Edinburgh, taken by George Goudie Chisholm, 6 November 1867 - c March 1868

 Item
Identifier: Coll-67/1
Scope and Contents Dictates of Professor Masson, classes of Rhetoric and the History of English Literature, University of Edinburgh, taken by George Goudie Chisholm, 6 Nov 1867 - c. March 1868; manuscript, 1 bound notebook.
Reference according to Chisolm's alpha-numerical system: I.

G.G. Chisholm, ‘Essay on the nature and origin of our knowledge of extension and space’, Class of Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh, 3 March 1868 - November 1870

 Item
Identifier: Coll-68/3
Scope and Contents G.G. Chisholm, ‘Essay on the nature and origin of our knowledge of extension and space’, Class of Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh, 1867- 8 (3 March 1868 - Nov 1870); ms, 1 bound notebook.
Reference according to Chisolm's alpha-numerical system: III