The Edinburgh Review Or Critical Journal

THE EDINBURGH REVIEW , OR CRITICAL JOURNAL : FOR APRIL 1825 .... AUGUST 1825 . TO BE CONTINUED QUARTERLY . JUDEX DAMNATUR CUM NOCENS ABSOLVITUR . PUBLIUS SYRUS . VOL . XLII . EDINBURGH : Printed by the Heirs of D. Willison ...

The Edinburgh Review Or Critical Journal


Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine

At Edinburgh , Mr J. Swanston , merchant . the long period of 40 years , had been the parochial 13. At Edinburgh , Mrs Elizabeth Finlayson , wischoolmaster . dow of Mr William Finlayson , formerly of SavanAt his house , Arthur - street ...

Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine


Edinburgh

STARK, J., Picture of Edinburgh; containing a History and Description of the City, Edinburgh, 1806 STANLEY, MARIA, LADY, The Early Married Life of Maria Josefha Lady Stanley. with extracts from Sir John Stanley's 'Praeteritd, ed.

Edinburgh

Based on a range of sources - local newspapers and journals, published accounts of travels to Scotland, diaries, letters, and reminiscences - this work covers the social and literary history of Edinburgh from around 1760 until 1832, the year in which Sir Walter Scott died. It presents a picture of how Edinburgh and its inhabitants were seen at the time by visitors, and also shows how notable local figures saw their own city. The opinions of people such as Dorothy Wordsworth, Samuel Coleridge, Robert Southey, Thomas Carlyle, Francis Jeffrey, Sydney Smith, Thomas de Quincey, Walter Scott, David Hume and Percy Bysshe Shelley are all represented.

The London and Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science

iy HENDERSON , William , M.D. , Professor of General Pathology in the University of Edinburgh . 1841 . Hocken , Edward H. , M.D. , & c . , London . 1842 . Hood , Robert , M.D. Edin . , Edinburgh . 1842 .

The London and Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science


Rick Steves Snapshot Edinburgh

Eating: 106–115, 122–123; map, 108–109; New Town, 111–113; Old Town, 106–111 Edinburgh: 11–117; at a glance, 18–19; activities, 83–87; arrival in, 13–15; eating, 106–115; festivals, 15, 87– 88; helpful hints, 15–17; itineraries, 12; ...

Rick Steves Snapshot Edinburgh

You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when traveling in Edinburgh. In this compact guide, Rick Steves covers the essentials of Edinburgh. Take in the gorgeous and ancient architecture, or visit during the world's biggest arts festival. You'll get firsthand advice on the best sights, eating, sleeping, and nightlife, and the maps and self-guided tours will ensure you make the most of your experience. More than just reviews and directions, a Rick Steves Snapshot guide is a tour guide in your pocket. Rick Steves Snapshot guides consist of excerpted chapters from Rick Steves European country guidebooks. Snapshot guides are a great choice for travelers visiting a specific city or region, rather than multiple European destinations. These slim guides offer all of Rick's up-to-date advice on what sights are worth your time and money. They include good-value hotel and restaurant recommendations, with no introductory information (such as overall trip planning, when to go, and travel practicalities).

The Edinburgh Review

The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal : exhibiting a Concise View of the latest and most important Discoveries in Medicine , Surgery , and Pharmacy . By a Society of Gentlemen in London and Edinburgh . Published Quarterly . ( No.

The Edinburgh Review


Report of the Edinburgh Bible Society

Dr Buchanan , 200 0 0 Friend , per James Bonar , Esq . 10 0 0 Gray , Mr Robert , Merchant , Argyle Square , Edinburgh , 10 10 0 Haldane , J. A. Esq . Edinburgh , 10 JO 0 Haldane , Robert , Esq . Vice - President , fourteen donations ...

Report of the Edinburgh Bible Society


The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal

EDINBURGH NEW PHILOSOPHICAL JOURNAL , EXHIBITING A VIEW OF THE PROGRESSIVE DISCOVERIES AND IMPROVEMENTS IN THE SCIENCES AND THE ARTS . CONDUCTED BY ROBERT JAMESON , REGIUS PROFESSOR OF NATURAL HISTORY , LECTURER ON MINERALOGY ...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal


GENERAL INDEX TO THE EDINBURGH REVIEW FROM ITS COMMENCEMENT IN OCTOBER

1 Edinburgh Annual Register , remarks on the abuse of Mr Whitbread , & c . in that Journal , xviii . 421 - absurdity of the editor's remarks on Sir John Moore , 390 . Edinburgh High School , improvements introduced by Mr Pillans into ...

GENERAL INDEX TO THE EDINBURGH REVIEW FROM ITS COMMENCEMENT IN OCTOBER


Edinburgh History of the Greeks 1768 to 1913

The Edinburgh History of the Greeks Series Editor: Thomas W. Gallant Titles available The Edinburgh History of the Greeks, c. 500 to 1050: The Early Middle Ages Florin Curta The Edinburgh History of the Greeks, 1786 to 1913: The Long ...

Edinburgh History of the Greeks  1768 to 1913

This volume traces the rich social, cultural, economic and political history of the Greeks during National Period up till the military coup of 1909.

The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany

... 315 --in Edinburgh , 393-singular one near Stone . house ; 633 - fatal one near Kirkliston , by thunder , 634 ' --fatal one at Edinburgh , 713 - at the herring fishery at Caithness , 796.and at the ferry of Balloch , ibid . singular ...

The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany


Edinburgh History Tour

The site on which Old College was built was Kirk O' Field, a name etched into Edinburgh's history as the place where Lord Darnley, husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, was murdered in 1567. After the Reformation, James VI granted a charter ...

Edinburgh History Tour

A guided tour of the historic town of Edinburgh, showing how the areas you know and love have transformed over the centuries.

First Biennial Conference Edinburgh

Bailie ELLA MILLAR, 8 Hope Street, Edinburgh. Miss M. TwPEDIE, M.A., F.E.I.s., 29 Colinton Road, Edinburgh Miss C. E. AINSLIE, B.A., Melville House, George Square, Edinburgh. Miss CLEMENTINA F. LAING, LL.A., 31 S. Beach Road, Ardrossan.

First Biennial Conference Edinburgh


Chambers Edinburgh Journal

One other only of those within , and this was by the water being delivered by the pipe at the bottoin that he should not be surprised to see Edinburgh and a man , one of Lynch's assistants , appeared on the of a cask or other vessel ...

Chambers  Edinburgh Journal


The Edinburgh Gazetteer

established religion , there are numerous which are 65 in number , exclusive of dissenters , namely , the Episccopalians , the city of Edinburgh , which sends one Burghers and Antiburghers , these two , member , are divided into 14 ...

The Edinburgh Gazetteer


The Edinburgh Magazine Or Literary Miscellany

This morning , about ten o'clock , : parliament - house , Edinburgh , a very re- gentleman in a hackney coach came to the spectable and numerous meeting of gentle shop of Mr Richards gun - maker the men concerned in paying stamp ...

The Edinburgh Magazine  Or  Literary Miscellany


Information for the Merchant Company and Trades of Edinburgh Pursuers against the Magistrates Ministers and Council of the city of Edinburgh Governors of George Heriot s Hospital Defenders June 18 1766

Company of Merchants (EDINBURGH). ruson that part of the conclusions of the pursuers libel , which runs in these words : “ That the prices to be got for these feus , or the con positions for entries , and grallums for leases , ought not ...

Information for the Merchant Company and Trades of Edinburgh  Pursuers  against the Magistrates  Ministers  and Council of the city of Edinburgh  Governors of George Heriot s Hospital  Defenders   June 18  1766


Report of the Speeches Delivered in the Assembly Rooms Edinburgh at the Dinner Given in Honour of Henry Brougham Together with Mr Brougham s Address to the Students at His Installation to the Office of Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow

But where the object is , to make not only learned men but good citizens , a school like the old High School of Edinburgh is invaluable . And for why ? because men of the highest and the lowest rank are able to send their children to ...

Report of the Speeches Delivered in the Assembly Rooms  Edinburgh  at the Dinner Given in Honour of Henry Brougham     Together with Mr  Brougham s Address to the Students at His Installation to the Office of Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow


University of Edinburgh Journal

CPR University of Edinburgh Journal XXXVI : 1 JUNE 1993 £3 . 50 STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES JUL 12 1993 JUL 14 1993 GREEN LIBRARY CURRENT PERIODICALS , Graduates ' Association Patron HRH The Prince Philip , Duke.

University of Edinburgh Journal