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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Separately printed portions of larger works, such as periodical articles or book chapters, produced at the same time of issuance as the original from the same setting of type or plates; typically made for the authors' use or for promotional purposes. Distinct from ""reprints"", which, with reference to articles, is used for portions of larger works produced subsequent to the publication of the original, usually but not always from the same setting of type or plates.

Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:

Albums relating to Robert Mossman and the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1905.

Identifier: Acc.13649
Scope and Contents Scrapbook relating to Robert Mossman and the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1905. The scrapbook includes: Commission for Mossman as 2nd Lieutenant in the 1st Edinburgh City Volunteer Artillery, 1893; 17 letters, 1902-1905, of Mossman to his father and `Isabella`, concerning his journey and experiences on board ship, destinations on his journey including Kngstown in Ireland, Madeira, the Cape Verde Islands, Port Stanley, the South Orkneys and...
Dates: 1893-1938

Annotated and corrected copy of "A bibliography of articles in Blackwood`s Magazine", by A L Strout.

Identifier: Acc.13273
Scope and Contents

Also included are off-prints of articles by, letters to and papers concerning Professor Strout.

Dates: 1959.

Annotated offprints of four articles of Archibald Stalker.

Identifier: Acc.8597
Scope and Contents

Published in "The Quarterly Review" and the "Cornhill Magazine", concerning literary subjects.

Dates: 1919, 1940-1947.

Correspondence and papers of Dr Hew Morrison, Gaelic scholar, including extracts from the diary of Rev. Murdo MacDonald, minister of Durness.

Identifier: Acc.14317/1-34
Content Description Correspondence and papers of Dr Hew Morrison (1850-1935), Gaelic scholar and a native Gaelic speaker from Torrisdale, Sutherland. He became the first librarian of the Edinburgh Free Public Library, now Central Library, a post which he held until his retirement in 1922. The library had been founded with the help of a gift from Andrew Carnegie, with whom Morrison remained in close friendship while acting as representative for Carnegie's library foundation scheme.The papers include:...
Dates: 1877-2003 and undated, with most of the material dated 1877-1920s.

Correspondence concerning an article entitled 'The English' by Walter Elliot, published in 'The Times Literary Supplement' (7 August 1948); with an offprint of the article.

Identifier: Acc.12338
Scope and Contents

Contains the following:

Letters, 16 and 26 August 1948, of Alan Pryce Jones.

Letter, 25 August 1948, of F.V. Morley, enclosing a postcard, postmarked 19 August 1948, of Phil [ ] to F.V. Morley.

Letters, 7-9 August 1948, of Basil Blackwell, Alfred H. Burne, May Marshall, W.E. Orchard, and H.G. Stokes to the editor of the Times Literary Supplement.

Offprint of ‘The English’.

Dates: 1948.

Correspondence, drafts, proofs and other papers relating to the publication of the 'Stair memorial encyclopedia of the laws of Scotland'; with proofs of "Scotland under 'Jus Commune'", by Gero Dolezalek.

Identifier: Acc.11261/1-368
Scope and Contents Includes minutes, correspondence, administrative papers and drafts of the 'Stair memorial encyclopedia'. Note that no attempt has been made 'to weed' the various drafts; this is to allow researchers to compare draft against draft and so follow each expert’s 'train of thought' in particular fields. For any particular area of interest, all the folders/files relating to the subject should be consulted. In items 322-366, particularly, there are extensive drafts and re-drafts of titles with...
Dates: 1981-1996, 2010.

Further offprints and cuttings of journal articles and newspaper contributions by MacDonald. , 1910-1924.

Identifier: Acc.13587/4
Scope and Contents

464 folios and newspaper cuttings. A note by MacDonald at the beginning states that it was begun in October 1910 and completed in 1924. The volume brings together offprints of journal articles and press cuttings of letters and contributions of MacDonald to newspapers. The Gaelic songs or poetry he quotes in the newspaper articles in this volume is usually traditional or composed by other named poets; for his own original poetry see Acc.13587/3.

Dates: 1910-1924.

Further papers of Lord James Douglas-Hamilton relating to historical matters.

Identifier: Dep.379
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, papers and copies of research documents assembled by Lord James Douglas-Hamilton for the publication of his books 'Motive for a Mission, the Story Behind Rudolf Hess’s Flight to Britain' (1st edition London 1971, 2nd edition Edinburgh 1979 and paperback edition, 1980); 'Air Battle for Malta: The Diaries of a Fighter Pilot', (Edinburgh 1981); and 'Roof of the World: Man’s First Flight Over Everest', (Edinburgh 1983).

Dates: 1968-1983.

Genealogical papers on the different branches of the Bruce family collected by Major William Bruce Armstrong for his work ‘The Bruces of Airth and their cadets’.

Identifier: MSS.15982-15988
Scope and Contents

Most of the material is printed, with annotations by William Brue Armstrong.

Dates: Mid 19th century-[before 1892.]

Journal, 1857, of Alexander Gibb of Laurencekirk, containing notes on family outings, and on local history and topography, frequently illustrated with plans and sketches.

Identifier: MS.9168
Scope and Contents

Loosely inserted (folio 53) is a printed article by Alexander Gibb, on 'The Ballad of Jack Monro', an off-print from the ‘Brechin Advertiser’, 9 February 1904.

Dates: 1857, 1904.

Letter of D Nichol Smith to Henry W Meikle, attached to an offprint of Meikle's paper, 'The chair of rhetoric and belles lettres in the University of Edinburgh'.

Identifier: MS.8500
Scope and Contents

The letter discusses the contributions of David Masson, George Saintsbury, and G Gregory Smith to the establishment of the Honours School of English.

Dates: 1945.

Letters of and to Lieutenant-Colonel John Macdonald mostly concerning his treatises on telegraphic communication systems, but also others of his publications, and with some financial and legal papers., 1791-1825.

Identifier: MS.50699
Scope and Contents Letters of correspondents at the Admiralty.Barrow, JohnLetter, 1 September 1814, of John Barrow, Southampton, to John Macdonald praising his telegraphic system. Folios 1-2.Letter, 13 May 1817, of John Barrow, Admiralty, London, to John Macdonald stating that his work on telegraphic communication has been laid before the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. Folios 3-4.Letter, 22 August 1818, of John Barrow, Admiralty, London, to John Macdonald...
Dates: 1791-1825.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames and company names from Atlas to Austey., 1829-1916.

Identifier: MS.40029
Scope and Contents All the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and, where required, by date under each name.Atlas (newspaper), 1835: folios 1-2;Atlay, James, 1869: folio 3;Atteridge, Andrew, 1872: folios 4-5;Attfield, James, 1829: folios 6-7;Attinger Frères, 1916: folio 8;Attree, Thomas, 1829: folios 9-10;Aubert, Eugene, 1903: folios 11-14;Aubertin, John, 1899: folios 15-17;Aubrey,...
Dates: 1829-1916.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames and company names from Blackall to Blackie, R., 1839-1902.

Identifier: MS.40106
Scope and Contents The letters are arranged chronologically under each correspondent.Blackall, Samuel.Letters, 1857, of Samuel Blackall to John Murray III. Folios 1-4.Black and Armstrong.Letter, 1839, of Black and Armstrong to John Murray III. Folios 5-6.Blackburne, Edward.Letter, 1873, of Edward Blackburne to John Murray III. Folios 7-8.Blackburne, Gertrude Mary Ireland.Letters, 1887 and 1899, of Gertrude...
Dates: 1839-1902.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames from Anderson, P to Andrews, W., 1827-1932.

Identifier: MS.40019
Scope and Contents The letters are arranged chronologically under each correspondent.Anderson, Peter.Letters, 1833-1836 and 1839, of Peter Anderson to John Murray II, John Murray III and Edward Dundas. Folios 1-37.Anderson, R C.Letter, 1913, of R Anderson possibly to John Murray IV. Folios 38-39.Anderson, Rasmus Björn.Letters, 1888-1889, of Rasmus Anderson to John Murray III. Folios 40-55.Anderson, Robert.Letters,...
Dates: 1827-1932.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of correspondents with surnames from Johnson, E. to Johnson, R., 1815-1924.

Identifier: MS.40622
Scope and Contents All the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and by date under each name.Johnson, Eliza Jane Peile.Letters, 1904-1904 and 1917, of Eliza Jane Peile Johnson to John Murray IV. Folios 1-6.Johnson, Ernle Sacheverell Wilberforce.Letter, 1908, of Ernle Sacheverell Wilberforce Johnson to John Murray IV. Folios 7-10.Johnson, George Henry Sacheverell.Letter, 1880-1881, of George Henry Sacheverell to John Murray...
Dates: 1815-1924.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of Edward Harper Parker, with related papers., 1879, 1902-1925 and undated.

Identifier: MS.40913
Scope and Contents The letters are to John Murray IV and Hallam Murray. They mostly concern the publication of “China: her history, diplomacy and commerce” (1901) and “John Chinaman” (1901).The letters are arranged chronologically.1902-1903, 1905, 1907-1908, 1911-1912, 1915, 1925: folios 1-53 [Notes].Undated and partially dated letters: folios 54-61.Related papers.Papers relating to the publication of “China” (1901):(i) incomplete...
Dates: 1879, 1902-1925 and undated.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of Theodore Martin., 1871-1909.

Identifier: MS.40786
Scope and Contents Letters, 1871-1909, of Theodore Martin to John Murray III and John Murray IV, with two letters of Helena Martin and related letters and papers. The letters of Theodore Martin concern his reading of, and writing for, the "Quarterly Review", with discussion of literary and political matters; they also relate to his “A life of Lord Lyndhurst” published by Murray, with reference to works published elsewhere, including “The life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort”. The letters are arranged...
Dates: 1871-1909.

Letters to John Murray, publishers, of Theophilus Hall, with related papers., 1885-1908.

Identifier: MS.40509
Scope and Contents The letters are to John Murray IV, Hallam Murray and C.E. Lawrence. They concern the publication of various educational books written or revised by Theophilus Hall. Among the works discussed are “A first introduction to the Greek Testament” (1893) and its revision, and the revision of “Principia Latina, Part I”.The letters are arranged chronologically.1895: folios 1-39;1896-1899: folios 40-87;1900: folios 88-113;1901: folios...
Dates: 1885-1908.