Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Notes and text for five lectures on geology. Sir Archibald Geikie placed civilisation, religion and mythology in the context of geological development, looking at geolgical formations and the processes and materials involved in their creation.
List of 17 titles (partial cites only) in Latin and French, in an unnamed repository, concerning history, classical literature, and philosophical commentary, such as the "Dictionaire Critique de M. Bail".
6 booklets of notes taken at 89 lectures on Church History at New College.
8 booklets of notes taken at 85 lectures on Church History at New College. The final booklet also has some notes on ethics.
Paper entitled Conversion, accompanied by notes and by a letter to John Baillie from Donald Macpherson Baillie offering his opinion. The paper looks at theological issues such as baptism and conversion, puting them in a historical context
Notes taken by Florence Jewel Baillie on history, culture, geography and other aspects of New Zealand; correspondence (including letters to her mother); lists and itineraries.
The register contains the discipline and rules for the College of Edinburgh. In the back of the volume, written upside down, are notes made by Mackie on European and Scottish family trees, both royal and landed families, history of parts of Europe including more detail on Scottish and English history, with listings of significant events.
It is almost certainly a later copy: this is definitely so if it was written by Mackie.
8 booklets of notes taken at 91 lectures in Ancient Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.