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Crum Brown writes to Balfour that he believes the University of Edinburgh should have three ordinary professors of Chemistry who work co-operatively together and who are each assigned a laboratory and junior staff. He then includes some financial projections for salaries and a new building which he states 'should not be ornate' and should be built so it could be extended.
Barker invites Ewart to present his work on feathers at an open evening at the University of Leeds Department of Textiles, for the purposes of raising the profile of the Department within the University.
Thomson announces his intention to retire from the Indian Medical Service and to seek employment in the new Department of Tropical Medicine in the University of Edinburgh. He goes on to describe his work experience in tropical medicine and states that he has spoken to Sir William Turner and Sir Thomas Fraser regarding a possible position within the University.
Chrystal outlines some ideas for subjects that could be taught in the proposed mathematical department at Edinburgh University, and how many professors, lecturers and assistants he might recommend.
MacGregor provides some financial estimates for the expansion of the Natural Philosophy Department at the University of Edinburgh.
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Professor James Seth, enclosing his notes about various Professorships, 24 June 1903
Seth encloses his notes on the most important considerations concerning the professorships of Experimental Psychology, History of Philosophy and Social and Political Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.
Patrick states that apart from lectureships in various subjects, he would like to set at least three new chairs at the University of Edinburgh: in Comparative Religion, Christian Ethics and History of Doctrine.
Greenfield provides notes concerning the costs of expanding the staff and facilities in Pathology and Medicine at the University of Edinburgh.
Fleming writes to inform Ewart that the University Court have decided that accommodation should be provided for the Department of Zoology on the University site at West Mains Road.