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A collection of newspaper and magazine cuttings covering issues relating to the LGBTQ+ community.
Articles cover local, national and international news, however Scottish publications have the strongest representation with Edinburgh and Glasgow based publications being a specific strength within this sub-series.
The lectures are noted as having been taken down in 1705. They are written in shorthand. Type of shorthand is unknown. The writer is unknown. The notes in the volume cover 228 pages. Title page statesNotes of Gregory's clinical lectures. There is a rear index of contents in longhand.
Note: James Gregory (d.1731) is probably the only Gregory among this fanous family able to have actually given lectures in 1705.
Three bound volumes of notes of lectures 'on the practice of physic', given by James Gregory (1753-1821), Professor of Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. The volumes have a bookplate with the letters 'RB'.
The medical notes were written 1850-1851. The lecturers were Sellers, Alison, and Home, though one lecture was by Southwood Smith. The notes are unsigned and there are two different sets of handwriting. The volume of manuscript is supported with a transcript - typescript document.
Or Ms 25: الجامع لقوی الادویه والاغذیه al-Jāmi' liquwá al-adwiyah wa-al-aghdhiyah, undated copy (original text composed 13th cent. C.E.)
A dictionary of simple medicaments, originally compiled by Ḍiyā al-Dīn Abī Muḥammad b. 'Abd-allāh b. Aḥmad al-Mālikī al-Ashshāb, known as Ibn al-Bayṭār (d. 646 A.H., 1248 C.E.).
A work on the Indian system of medicine. It was compiled by the celebrated Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū-Shāh, commonly known as Firishtāh.