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Francis Hutcheson 1721-1780
Composer and physician. Son of the philosopher Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746). Graduated MA from University of Glasgow 1744 and MD in 1750. Lecturer in Chemistry, University of Dublin, from 1760. …
MS Cullen - Cullen Papers
Papers of William Cullen (1710-1790), lecturer in Chemistry and Professor of Medicine at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, including drafts of lectures, medical …
MS Cullen/A - Correspondence of William Cullen
Letters to and from William Cullen
MS Cullen 203
Transcript of letter from Francis Hutcheson to W. Cullen, Dublin, 6 Sept. 1777.
MS Cullen 206
Transcript of letter from Francis Hutcheson to Dr. Cullen, Dublin, 4 Aug. 1779.
MS Cullen 1184
Letter from F [?] Hutcheson, Dublin, 6 Sept 1777 [to William Cullen] introducing Mr Charles Quin, son of Hutcheson's friend, 'who means to pursue the medical line in your University'. …
MS Cullen 1190
A letter from F [?] Hutcheson, Dublin 26 September 1780, to Dr Cullen, Edinburgh introducing Mr Evory, 'a near relation of my worthy friend Doct[o]r McBride'.
MS Cullen 1200
Letter from Fran. Hutcheson, 8 December 1748, to unnamed recipient [probably William Cullen]. Asks how everything is going on in Glasgow. Sends his compliments to Mrs Cullen.
MS Cullen 1201
Letter from F Hutcheson, Dublin 27 May 1780 [?] to Dr Cullen, Edinburgh, introducing Mr Debutts who intends '...to spend some years at your University in the Medical Line'.
MS Cullen 1202
Letter from F Hutcheson, Dublin 4 August 1779 to unnamed recipient [probably William Cullen] regarding the information and pleasure he has received'... from the …
MS Euing
Manuscripts from the personal library of William Euing. 13th-19th cent.
MS Euing R.d.27
Catches, rounds, glees, &c. Early XIXth century.
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 31 - How sleep the brave
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How sleep the brave. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 49 - All in the Downs
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). All in the Downs. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 103 - To love and wine
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). To love and wine. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 154 - Return... my lovely maid
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Return... my lovely maid. …
MS Euing R.d.92
W. P. Windus : Catches and glees. 1799.
MS Euing R.d.92 - Item: 55 - Jolly Bacchus
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Glee. Jolly Bacchus. 1772. Francis Ireland. [3 voc.] p. 177
MS Euing R.d.93
W. P. Windus : Catches and glees. 1802.
MS Euing R.d.93 - Item: 78 - O that the salvation
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. O that the salvation. Francis Ireland. p. 292
MS Euing R.d.93 - Item: 80 - Return... my lovely maid
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Madrigal. Return... my lovely maid. …
MS Farmer
Papers and correspondence of Henry George Farmer (1882-1965), musician and orientalist.
MS Farmer 206 - Music from the Scottish past
Correspondence of Henry George Farmer with the British Broadcasting Corporation. 1936-1940.
MS Farmer 206/16
Carbon copy of letter from Henry George Farmer to Ian Whyte. [Bearsden, 26th February 1936.
MS Farmer 206/22
Carbon copy of letter from Henry George Farmer to Ian Whyte. [Bearsden], 2nd March 1936.
MS Farmer 206/23
Typescript letter, signed, from Hamilton Marr to Henry George Farmer. The British Broadcasting Corporation, Broadcasting House, London, W.1, 4th March 1936.
MS Gen 533/40
Service by ward of court: Dr. Francis Hutcheson as heir to his father. 1760
MS Gen 533/40
Service by ward of Court, Doctor Francis Hutchison [i.e. Hutcheson], as heir to Doctor Francis Hutchison [i.e. Hutcheson] his father, Court of the Burgh of Glasgow, 19th May 1760
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