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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bound volume of manuscript materials by and about Scottish poet Thomas Brown

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1593
Identifier: Coll-1986
Content Description Ths is a bound volume of manuscript material, correspondence and verse, by and about Thomas Brown, Scottish poet and Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh from 1810 until the end of his life in 1820. The collection was almost certainly put together by his friend and colleague William Erskine, to whom the vast majority of the manuscripts are addressed.Contents: ...
Dates: 1797-1835

Letter, 16 November 1815, to James Chalmer, signed by Adam Ferguson

Identifier: Coll-1487
Scope and Contents The body of the letter is probably in the hand of a secretary, although the signature itself is thought to be that of Adam Ferguson. The letter dated 16 November 1815, St. Andrews, was written only 3-months or so before his death. The letter is to 'Dear Sir' and bears the address, James Chalmer Esq.r. / Abingdon Street / Westminster / London The letter refers to how on 'the other leaf of this paper' there is 'the original of a letter' which will explain itself. 'How a claim of...
Dates: 1815

Material relating to Professor Alfred Edward Taylor

Identifier: Coll-710
Scope and Contents

The material is composed of: newspaper cuttings; notes; family papers including those relating to the Rev. Ernest Wesley Taylor; photograph of the Rev. E.W.Taylor; and, copies of off-prints, proceedings, journals, includingTruth and practicereprinted from thePhilosophical reviewVol.14. No.3. May 1905, a 1908 copy ofCollege echoesfrom St. Andrews university, a 1901 copy ofMissionary notes. The Australian Board of Missions, and a 1905 copy ofWest Australia Church Newsfrom Perth, Australia.

Dates: 1903-1910

Papers of Dr. James Clark McKerrow

Identifier: Coll-233
Scope and Contents

The papers of Dr. James Clark McKerrow include: offprints of his lecturesA attack on Aristotlegiven to the Aristotelian Society, London, in 1934; correspondence, cuttings, essay notes; a diary for 1960; and, around 250 notebooks.

Dates: [192-]-[196-]