Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
List of scientific apparatus and equipment used by the Department of Chemistry for its lectures.
List of students taking laboratory classes, including their addresses, places of birth and which faculty they belong to. Students include Arthur Pillans Laurie, Hugh Robert Mill and JH Maclagan-Wedderburn.
Lecture notes from the time when Robison was Professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. The notes embrace the sciences of mechanics, hydrodynamics, astronomy and optics, together with electricity and magnetism.
It is assumed that these are Robison's own notes but this has not been verified.
List of students taking chemistry lectures, including their addresses, places of birth and which faculty they belong to. Students include Arthur Pillans Laurie and Sir William Abbott Herdman.
Register of students taking chemistry lectures, arranged alphabetically per year. Students include James Stuart Geikie and Auckland Campbell Geddes.
A volume containing the outline of a course of lectrues on chemistry given by Thomas Charles Hope, taken down by E. W. Bennet in 1822-23.
Letter from Lord Kames to Joseph Black about chemistry and agriculture (with some notes by Black).
Letter from Lorenz Florenz Friedrich von Crell, a former student of Joseph Black, sending information about his work in chemistry.
Letter from Martin Wall to Joseph Black about a chemistry course at the University of Oxford and Black's chemical furnace.
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.