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Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Copy of letter to Alexander MacMillan from George Wilson and copy of letter to a cousin of George Wilson's from George Wilson, 16 September 1858
Scope and Contents Copy of letter to Alexander MacMillan from George Wilson outlining the chapter headings for his 'Memoir of Edward Forbes' and copy of letter to a cousin of George Wilson's from George Wilson concerning the fate of Edward Forbes' soul.
Scope and Contents The Correspondence concerning the compilation of 'Memoir of Edward Forbes' sub-series consists of: pen and ink sketches by Edward Forbes (c1854) letters from and to contributors and collaborators (1854-1861) letters to and from the publisher Alexander MacMillan (1860-1861) letters to and from the printer Thomas Constable (1860-1861) list of...
Scope and Contents Draft letter to Sir Andrew Crombie Ramsay from Sir Archibald Geikie apologising for any distress caused by the publication of sensitive material from his private letters in 'Memoirs of Edward Forbes' and explaining why he was not given the opportunity to view the proofs before the book went to press.
File — Box CLX-A-1508: Series Coll-1320/3, Box: data_value_missing_6b8db815cc9951f08334852d1ae4df57, Box: data_value_missing_f060c4c47c064eb0e6752b3e4263549c
Scope and Contents Contains a 'Guide for authors and contributors' from the Humana Press and a draft contents list for the proposed volume.
File relating to the proposed book chapter 'Application of reproductive biotechnology in animals: implications and potentials' by L. Paterson, P. DeSousa, W. Ritchie, T. King and I. Wilmut, 1999-2003
File — Box CLX-A-1508: Series Coll-1320/3, Box: data_value_missing_7b0387845fc79db8bde990e8092faf63, Box: data_value_missing_d3fcd9f7778e5bfffdcd2e17e6374c21
Scope and Contents Contains drafts of the chapter and correspondence with the editors.
Scope and Contents Letter to Alexander MacMillan from William James Linton with suggestions for the layout of type around the drawings [in 'Memoirs of Edward Forbes'].
Scope and Contents Letter to Sir Archibald Geikie from Alexander MacMillan with comment on the first 4 chapters of his Memoirs of Edward Forbes, ( 1861) and advice for future chapters. He suggests printing the book in Edinburgh. He comments that he does not expect any further opposition to the book fom Emily M Yelverton and has had further endorsements for the book from Thomas Henry Huxley and Robert Alfred Cloyne Godwin-Austen.
Scope and Contents Letter to Sir Archibald Geikie from Alexander MacMillan telling him that Jessie Aitken Wilson's biography of her brother George Wilson has already gone to press. He urges Sir Archibald Geikie to proceed with sending the initial chapters of 'Memoirs of Edward Forbes' to press and arrange an engraver for the illustrations. He also encloses some material from Joseph Beete Jukes and tells him he has forwarded a parcel from Robert Alfred Cloyne Godwin-Austen.
Scope and Contents Letter to Sir Archibald Geikie from Alexander MacMillan forwarding some material from Joseph Beete Jukes with permission to use it [in 'Memoirs of Edward Forbes']. Alexander MacMillan agrees to the use of a portrait of [Edward Forbes] taken by Antoine Francois Jean Claudet as soon as he has heard from Emily M Yelverton.
Scope and Contents Letter to Sir Archibald Geikie from Alexander MacMillan telling him that John Van Voorst will send him copies of Edward Forbes introductory lectures at King's College. He tells him that the printer, Thomas Constable is unable to produce a reliable estimate until the final length of the book ['Memoirs of Edward Forbes'] is decided.