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Author: James Gregory
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Crombie James Gregory. LETTERS - DR. JAMES GREGoRY *...*. t * * * of EDINBURGH, A. In So, oxo ** DEFENCE OF HIs Essay on THE DIFFERENCE OF
THE RELATION BETWEEN Motive AND ACTION AND THAT OF CAUSE AND ...
Author: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.)Publish On: 1894
DUNCAN ( A. ) A letter to Dr. James Gregory , 80. Edinburgh , 1793 . of Edinburgh , in consequence of certain printed HENDERSON ( W. ) Letter to the
right hon . papers intituled : “ The viper and file " ; " There the lord provost , in
refutation of ...
Author: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.)
Dr. Crombie attacked Dr. Gregory's reasoning, Sir W. Hamilton says "with much
acrimony and considerable acuteness." There subsequently appeared letters
from Dr. James Gregory, of Edinburgh, in defence of his essay on the " Difference
Author: James McCosh
Publisher: Applewood Books
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Author: Royal College of Physicians of EdinburghPublish On: 1809
Towards the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Royal College of
Physicians of Edinburgh ... On the 2d of November 1807 , Dr Gregory transmitted
to the President a letter , consisting of no less than sixty - four quarto pages , in ...
Author: Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
Detailed account of its dispute with James Gregory (1753-1821), professor of medicine, who had a large and successful practice but a tendency towards controversy.
on the Proposed Improvements in the City of Edinburgh, and on the Means of
Accomplishing Them James Gregory. teaching - rooms will be most consistent
with the great obje & s of convenience and of economy . ! BESIDES these two
Although , from the following Commission given to James Gregory , empowering
him to erect an observatory at St ... of his researches , some letters written to and
from Gregory , about the time he left St Andrew's and came to Edinburgh .
Vol. 1 includes history, by-laws and membership of the society.
James Gregory, Memorial to the Managers of the Royal Infirmary by James Gregory, MD (Edinburgh, 1800) and Additional Memorial, etc (Edinburgh, 1803).
... Sir William Ramsay, The Life and Letters of Joseph Black, MD (London, 1918).
Author: James Buchan
A triumph of fact-based, imaginatively expressed writing' - Magnus Magnusson 'Buchan's confident and astringent study is based on an informed love of Scotland and its stories are told to excellent effect' - Daily Telegraph '[An] elegant portrait of Edinburgh in the age of Enlightenment' - Times Literary Supplement 'As Buchan says in this marvellous book, "there is no city like Edinburgh in all the world"' - Sunday Times In the early 18th century, Edinburgh was a filthy backwater town synonymous with poverty and disease. Yet by century's end, it had become the marvel of modern Europe, home to the finest minds of the day and their breathtaking innovations in architecture, politics, science, the arts, and economies - all of which continues to echo loudly today. Adam Smith penned "The Wealth of Nations". James Boswell produced "The Life of Samuel Johnson". Alongside them, pioneers such as David Hume, Robert Burns, James Hutton, and Sir Walter Scott transformed the way we understand our perceptions and feelings, sickness and health, relations between the sexes, the natural world, and the purpose of existence. James Buchan beautifully reconstructs the intimate geographic scale and boundless intellectual milieu of Enlightenment Edinburgh. With the scholarship of an historian and the elegance of a novelist, he tells the story of the triumph of this unlikely town and the men whose vision brought it into being.
і СРА The letter is dated “ Lednock , 21st June 1781. ... Edinburgh : William
Blackwood and Sons , 1894. ... Original letters from James Gregory , professor of
mathematics in the University of St. Andrews , to the Reverend Colin Campbell ...
Author: New and general biographical dictionaryPublish On: 1762
James Gregory , “ in the professorship of the mathematics at Edinburgh ; " not
only because you are my friend , but principally ... In a second letter to the then
lord provoit of Edinburgh , he writes thus : “ I am glad to understand , that mr .
James Gregory , « in the professorship of the mathematics at Edinburgh ; “ not
only because you are my friend , but principally be“ cause ... In a second letter to
the then lord provost of Edinburgh , he writes thus : “ I am glad to understand ,
This fragment of Euclid is probably part of the lecture courses which James Gregory gave at St Andrews and Edinburgh. Folio B (iii).-This list, compiled by
David Gregory, is a useful check on the actual letters of Collins to James Gregory.