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Notes about the two day oral and written examination in Geology and Paleontology for the Falconer Fellowship which was awarded to RA Lundie. Under the Deed of Foundation aspects of Zoology and Botany were also touched upon.
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The papers of Sir Isaac Bayley Balfour consist of material relating to work on the flora of Socotra, 1883; letters; class tickets from 1871 and into the mid-1870s; notebook; notes; lecture notes; University of Glasgow class catalogues; material relating to the University of Edinburgh Commission of 1858, and its Reports on Botany, and Botany in the Arts Curriculum; material on the Universities Scotland Bill; and, material on botany excursions.
Proof copy of article on 'The Geological Influences which have Affected the Course of British History', 1881
Quotation about sea-pink and scurvy-grass, that they are 'witnesses of cosmical change that the summits of the highest hill in Scotland were once islands' taken from MacMillan's Magazine.
Another copy of no.23, done on white paper annonated "28 July 1862 Sach Pass-Chamba Prostate stem of Rhododendron campanulatum from the immense weight of snow 12, 600ft".