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Typescript notes, lecture and a reprint of the published lecture.
A series of lectures by Alfred Newton on the following subjects: Protozoa, Polypi, Acalephae, Echinodermata, Vermes, Crustacea, Arachnida, Mollusca, and Mammalia (115 folios). There is an accompanying note by Charles M. Newton, 11 July 1907.
Material relating to the work of Prof. G.E. Moore and Dr. Ludwig Wittgenstein, including notes taken during their lectures and notes on Wittgenstein's 'Blue' and 'Brown' books.
'The Printers, Stationers & Bookbinders of London from the Year 1500 to the Year 1535', the Sandars Lectures for 1904, 60 folios. The versos are blank throughout.
'Influence of Materials upon Writing', lectures delivered by E.H. Minns as Sandars Reader in Bibliography at Cambridge, November 1925, 81 folios: (fo. 1-58) text, with comparative tables of certain alphabets inserted (fos 7a, 12a, and 21a); (fo. 59-70) photographs. The writing is on the recto only.
Lectures on Greek philosophy delivered by Henry Jackson, Michaelmas term, 1873, 154 folios. The text is on the recto. On the verso are headings and references.
Notes on a series of lectures given by J.G. Graevius on two chronological tables taken from works of D. Pétau.
Notes by John Parnther of Peterhouse College on a series of lectures given at Cambridge University. Lectures by N. Saunderson and Robert Smith on hydrostatics, sounds, optics, mechanics, astronomy, the tides, technical chronology, dioptrica and catoptrica.
Hand of Edward Caspar Jakob von Siebold. Siebold's name appears on p. 1, and his stamp on p. 2.
Shorthand notes taken at a series of medical lectures, possibly in Edinburgh.
'Collections of Manuscripts at Cambridge, their History, Sources and Contents', the Sandars Lectures for 1903, 48 folios. A list of slides shown follows the text (fo. 45). The versos are blank throughout.
'Unsolved problems in the bibliography of J.J. Rousseau', the Sandars Lectures for 1987.
Lecture on Ulrich Zell delivered by F.J.H. Jenkinson as Sandars Reader in Bibliography in Cambridge, 4 December 1908, 52 folios: (fo. 1) text; (fo. 28-44) tables and notes illustrating the lecture. The recto only is written upon, the verso being blank throughout except for fos 13v, 14v, and 15v, on which is written inversely part of what was intended as the text of the lecture but was afterwards erased.
Compendium of the Linnaean system of botany, with two introductory 'lectures' addressed to 'Dear Mary' (possibly Home's daughter), for whom the work was compiled.
The Sandars Lectures.
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