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Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh

Laing, David

Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh

by Laing, David

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Published by Printed under the authority of H.M.S.O. by the Hereford Times in London .
Written in English

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    StatementHistorical Manuscripts Commission
    ContributionsPaton, Henry, 1854-, Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, University of Edinburgh
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26578436M

    Vol. 1 is a calendar of twenty-two volumes of the collection of state papers, , formed by Dr. John Nalson, canon of Ely; v are calendars of the Harley manuscripts, mainly private and official papers and letters of Robert Harley, 1st earl of Oxford; v. 7 is a calendar of the letters written from to to Edward Harley, 2d earl of Oxford, by Dr. William Stratford, canon of.   LAING, DAVID (–), Scottish antiquary. born in Edinburgh 20 April , was second son of William Laing, bookseller [q. v.] in that city. David was educated at the Canongate grammar school, and afterwards attended the Greek classes of Professor Dalzell at the Edinburgh University.

    Early life. He was the son of James MacGill of Nesbit, an Edinburgh burgess, and later Provost of Edinburgh and his wife, Elizabeth Forester.. He was born and lived his early years at the family home of Oxenfoord Castle south-east of Edinburgh. [citation needed] He later purchased the Rankeillor estate in y of Mary of Guise. MacGill was appointed Lord Clerk Register of Scotland when. Gavin Miller is Senior Lecturer in Medical Humanities in the School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow. He has previously published the monograph R. D. Laing with Edinburgh University Press () and he has been widely published in books and journals on the topics of psychotherapy and theology, Scottish literature and the medical humanities.

    Report on the Laing manuscripts preserved in the University of Edinburgh (Historical Manuscripts Commission, [72]) Printed under the authority of . The first urban study of the Iranian city of Maibud over its year history Persian cities are part of a corridor of civilisation with settlements straddling thousands of years. Taking Maibud as a case study, Eisa Esfanjary traces the evolution of anc.


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Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts. Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh. London, Printed under the authority of H.M. Stationary Off. by the Hereford Times Ltd., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.

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Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts; Pages: Genre/Form: Electronic books History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Paton, Henry. Report on the Laing Manuscripts preserved in the University of Edinburgh, Volume I: [] (Historical Manuscripts Commission). Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.

Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh London, Printed under the authority of H.M.

Stationary Off. by the Hereford Times Ltd., (DLC)ac (OCoLC) Material Type. Get this from a library. Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh. Volume I, [Henry Paton; Great Britain.

Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts,]. Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh. Henry Paton, David Laing and Edinburgh University Library.

Abstract. This report, prepared by H. Paton, deals only with the historical papers in the Laing collections. The documents relate mainly to Scottish affairs from tobut many. Early Western Manuscripts: Type: Rare Books: Summary: Our oldest books.

Description: Some of the most beautiful books in Scotland are preserved in our collection of about western medieval manuscripts. These are all books and documents written by hand, from the 11th to the 16th centuries. Many are finely illuminated and decorated. The collection was formed by bringing together pre-Reformation manuscripts from across the library.

Just under half of the manuscripts – in total – come from the Laing collection, which meant they were gathered by the Scottish antiquarian and librarian David Laing (), and donated to the Library after his death in Many manuscripts display evidence about their different.

Report of the Laing Manuscripts preserved in the University of Edinburgh: Historical Manuscripts Commission: 2 volumes: Report on Manuscripts in the Welsh Language: Historical Manuscripts Commission: 7 volumes: Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections: Historical Manuscripts Commission: 8 volumes.

About half the manuscripts come from the David Laing collection. Many manuscripts display evidence about their different owners through the centuries, from monks to rich private collectors. We occasionally purchase medieval manuscripts, and have received some very fine examples as donations, such as the 14 manuscripts, mainly Books of Hours.

This report, prepared by H. Paton, deals only with the historical papers in the Laing collections. The documents relate mainly to Scottish affairs from tobut many refer also to events in England, Ireland and other countries.

Vol. 1: Parliament. Papers by command. At head of title: Historical Manuscripts Commission. Page - In practice it has been found more satisfactory, when the collection of manuscripts is a large one, for the inspector to make a selection therefrom at the place of deposit and to obtain the owner's consent to remove the selected papers to the Public Record Office in London or in Dublin, or to the General Register House in Edinburgh, where they can be more fully dealt with, and where.

Get this from a library. Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh. Volume II, [Henry Paton;]. Laing, David, Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh.

(London, Printed under the authority of H.M. Stationery off. by the Hereford times limited, ), also by Great Britain Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Henry Paton, and Edinburgh University Library (page images at HathiTrust). This book is a major intervention in the revival of manuscript studies.

Rather than treating manuscripts as a form of transmission that was abruptly superseded by the explosion in print, it reveals a culture of composition and circulation that was intrinsic to the media ecology well into the Romantic period. - Jon Mee, University of York. Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts: Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh.

(London, Printed under the authority of H.M. Stationery off. by the Hereford times limited, ), also by Henry Paton, David Laing, and Edinburgh University Library (page images at HathiTrust) Great Britain.

Gavin Miller is Senior Lecturer in Medical Humanities in the School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow. He has previously published the monograph R. Laing with Edinburgh University Press () and he has been widely published in books and journals on the topics of psychotherapy and theology, Scottish literature and the medical.

Laing () was Scotland's most famous public intellectual. His revolutionary challenges to conventional psychiatry were read by millions across the world.

When he died, there were memorial services in London and New York, but in his nati. Report on the Laing manuscripts, preserved in the University of Edinburgh. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh; and Laing Manuscripts, Edinburgh University Library, Edinburgh, many of which are pub-lished in Historical Manuscripts Commission, Report on the Laing Manuscripts preserved in the University of Edinburgh, 2 vols.

(Lon-don, ); and James Glen Letter Book and Alexander Gordon. Rare Gaelic pamphlets and manuscripts. Donald Mackinnon () was born in Kilchattan on Colonsay, in the Hebrides. He was educated locally and then later, from the age of eighteen, at the Church of Scotland Training College, Edinburgh, which was a popular route to studying at Edinburgh University.HMC Laing Historical Manuscripts Commission.

Report on the Laing Manuscripts Preserved in the University of Edinburgh. Vol. 1. London: HMSO, HMC Portland Historical Manuscripts Commission. Report on the Manuscripts of the Duke of Portland.

Vol. 5. Norwich: HMSO, Journal to Stella Jonathan Swift. A descriptive catalogue of the Arabic and Persian manuscripts in Edinburgh University Library (Hertford: Printed for the University of Edinburgh by S.

Austin & sons, Ltd, viii, p ; 23 cm, while R. R. Serjeant’s A handlist of the Arabic, Persian and Hindustani MSS.