Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
An index at the beginning of this substantial volume of clinical case notes lists 28 women and 31 men with their symptoms and treatment recorded in manuscript notes over more than 600 pages. The manuscript offers much information on the methods of these two leading 18th century Scottish physicians.
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.
Topics discussed include: Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM) moving premises; setting up a parent support group; Dr Sandy MacMillan (GU [genitourinary] medicine Consultant in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh); Edinburgh Gay Switchboard's (EGS) annual report and financial report; and rules for entering the telephone room.
Note about the origins of the Patons [or Beatons] in Uist [Uibhist] that they are descended from the Olla[mh] Ileach [Ollamh Ìleach], a celebrated herbalist, who lived at Dallabrog [Dalabrog/Daliburgh, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist]. It notes that 'The cuillion [holly] that he bro[ugh]t is good for cleibh druim', that am maraich [scurvy grass] could be found in cairns on the Strand and that the best water for boiling plants was in Geary heille [Geàrraidh Sheilidh/Garryhellie].