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Student lecture notes

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

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

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

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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 Chisholm's alpha-numerical system: II
Dates: 8 November 1867

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

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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 Chisholm's alpha-numerical system: I.
Dates: 6 November 1867 - c March 1868

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

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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 Chisholm's alpha-numerical system: III
Dates: 3 March 1868 - November 1870

Lecture notes taken as student at Balliol College, 1905-1907

 Series — Box CLX-A-361: Series Coll-1828/1
Identifier: Coll-1828/1
Scope and Contents This series contains the lecture notes Alexander Falconer took while he was studying Classics at the Balliol College, Oxford. Plato's Republic, lectures by A. W. Pickard-Cambridge, Balliol College, Oxford, 1905 Lectures on Roman Constitutional History, J. L. Shachan-Davidson, MA, Balliol College, 1905 Thucydides, H.W.C Davis, Michaelmas Term 1906 Tacitus,...
Dates: 1905-1907

Notes from lectures given by Professor Ewart, class of Natural History, University of Edinburgh, summer session 1882, taken down by G.G. Chisholm. Part I. Vertebrates, 1882

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Identifier: Coll-68/5
Scope and Contents Notes from lectures given by Professor Ewart, class of Natural History, University of Edinburgh, summer session 1882, taken down by G.G. Chisholm. Part I. Vertebrates; ms, 1 bound notebook.
Dates: 1882

Notes from lectures given by Professor Ewart, class of Natural History, University of Edinburgh, summer session 1882, taken down by G.G. Chisholm. Part II. Invertebrates, c 1924

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Identifier: Coll-68/6
Scope and Contents Notes from lectures given by Professor Ewart, class of Natural History, University of Edinburgh, summer session 1882, taken down by G.G. Chisholm. Part II. Invertebrates. With later notes and extracts inserted on a variety of unrelated topics (c.1924); ms, 1 bound notebook.
Dates: c 1924

Notes on Diseases of the eyes by A. Robertson, 1887

 File — Box CLX-A-353
Identifier: Coll-1848/2017-0215
Scope and Contents Manuscript volume of notes of lectures given by Douglas Argyll Robertson at Edinburgh University in 1887. Inscription on endpaper: "Walter H.S. Stalkartt, Edinburgh University, December 1887. Notes on Diseases of the Eyes. (A. Robertson)". Also included is a 16pp. pamphlet by Stalkett, HMS Ajax, on Syphilis, which was loosely inserted in the notebook.
Dates: 1887

Notes on the teaching of geography to juveniles; text and notes for Lect. X (Siberia) in the series ‘Commercial development of the 19th century, Series II’; notes for lectures on the history of commerce given to the Chamber of Commerce; extracts from various publications, [c1900-1912]

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Identifier: Coll-68/64
Scope and Contents Notes on the teaching of geography to juveniles (pp.801-2); text and notes for Lect. X (Siberia) in the series ‘Commercial development of the 19th century, Series II’; notes for lectures on the history of commerce given to the Chamber of Commerce; extracts from various publications including Romanin, Storia documentata di Venezia; [c1900-12]; ms, 1 bound notebook.
Reference according to Chisholm's alpha-numerical system: i8
Dates: [c1900-1912]

Philosophy lecture notes by Magnus Makculloch, 1477

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Identifier: MS 205/ff. 1r-200r
Contents The manuscript proper contains lecture notes written in 1477 in Louven by Magnus Makculloch. These notes are in Latin and are about on lectures about philosophy and logic by Petrus de Mera, Andrea de Alchmaria, and Theodricus Meyssach. The first part of the manuscript (ff. 1r-58v) contains extracts from the six books of Aristotle’s Organon, as well as Porphyry’s introduction to it. The second part of the manuscript (ff. 59r-200r) contains commentaries on the...
Dates: 1477

Postgraduate Solid State Physics Lecture Notebooks, 1972-1978

 Series — Box CLX-A-357: Series Coll-1845/1; Series Coll-1845/2
Identifier: Coll-1845/1
Scope and Contents Five lecture notebooks containing notes taken by David J Lockwood during his time as a research fellow at the University of Edinburgh in the 1970s. This research was carried out in the Solid State Physics Group in the Physics Department in the James Clerk Maxwell Building at King’s Buildings.
Dates: 1972-1978