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Aberdeen University
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Qalendar of TDocuments



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University of Aberdeen.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS.
Convener: Professor James W. H. Trail, F.R.S., Curator of the Library.

UNIVERSITY STUDIES.
General Editor: P. J. Anderson, LL.B., Librarian to the University.

1900. No. I. — Roll of Alumni in Arts of Kings College, 1596-1860. P. J. Anderson.

w No. 2. — Records of Old Aberdeen, 1157-1891. A. M. Munro, F.S.A. Scot. Vol. I.

II No. 3. — Place Names of West Aberdeenshire. James Macdonald, F.S.A. Scot.

1901. No. 4. — Tlie Family of Burnett of Leys. George Burnett, LL.D., Lyon King of Arms.
II No. 5. — Records of Invercauld, 1547-1828. Rev. J. G. Michie, M.A.

1902. No. 6. — Rectorial Addresses in the Universities of Aberdeen, 1835-1900. P.J.Anderson.
II No. 7. — The Albemarle PaJ/ers, 1746-48. Professor C. S. Terry, M.A.

1903. No. %.— The House of Gordon. J. M. Bulloch, M.A. Vol. I.
II No. 9. — Records of Elgin. William Cramond, LL.D. Vol. L

1904. No. 10. — Avogadro and Dalton. A. N. Meldrum, D.Sc.

II No. \\.— Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. David Littlejohn, LL.D. Vol. L

II No. 12. — P>-oceedings of the Anatomical and Anthropological Society, 1902-04.

1905. No. 13. — Report on Alcyonaria. Professor J. Arthur Thomson, J\LA., and others.
II No. 14. — Researches in Organic Chemistry. Prof. F. R. Japp, F.R.S., and others.
11 No. 15. — Meminisse luz'at : 7uith Appendix of Alakcia. Alexander Shewan, M.A.
11 No. 16. — The Blackhalls of that Ilk and Barra. Alexander Morrison, M.D.

1906. No. 17. — Records of the Scots Colleges. Vol. \. P. J. Anderson.

II No. 18. — Roll of the Graduates, 1860-1900. Colonel William Johnston, C.B., LL.D.

II No. 19. — Studies in the History of the University. P. J. Anderson and others.

II No. 20. — Studies in the H istory and Art of the Eastern Provinces of the Roman Empire.

Professor Sir W. M. Ramsay, D.C.L., and pupils.

11 No. 21. — Studies in Pathology. William Bulloch, M.D., and others.

II No. 22. — Proceedings of the Anatomical atid Anthropological Society. 1904-06.

II No. 23. — Subject Catalogues of the Science Library and the Law Library. P. J. Anderson.

II No. 24. — Records of the Sheri_ff Court of Aberdeenshire. David Littlejohn, LL.D. Vol.11.

1907. No. 25. — Studies on Alcyonarians and Antipatharians. Prof. Thomson, M.A. , and others,
II No. 26. — Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times. J. S. Milne, M.A., M.D.

II No. 27. — Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire. David Littlejohn, LL.D. Vol. IIL

II No. 28. — Flosculi Graeci Boreales. Ser. IL Professor J. Harrower, ^LA.

II No. 29. — Record of the Quatercentenary, 1906. P. J. Anderson.

II 'i^o. Tfi.— The House of Gordon. J. M. Bulloch, M.A. Vol.11.

igo8. No. 31. — The Miscellany of the New Spalding Club. Vol. IL

II No. 32. — The Religious Teachers of Greece. James Adam, Litt.D. (Gifford Lectiu-es, 1904-06.)

II No. 33. — The Science and Philosophy of the Organistn. Hans Driesch, Ph.D. (Gifford
Lectures, 1907.)

II No. 34. — Proceedings of the Anatomical and Anthropological Society, 1906-08.

II No. zs— Records of Elgin. Vol. IL Rev. S. Ree, B.D.

II No. 36. — Pigmentation Survey of School Children. J. F. Tocher, B.Sc.

1909. No. 37. — The Science and Philosophy of the Organism. Hans Driesch, Ph.D. Vol. II.
(Gifford Lectures, 1908.)

II No. 38. — Studies on Alcyonarians and Hydroids. Prof. Thomson, M.A., and others.

II No. 39. — Publications of Scottish Clubs. Professor C. S. Terry, M.A.

II No. 40. — Aberdeen Friars: Red, Black, White, Grey. P. J. Anderson.




SITES OF THE FRIARIES
(Based on Milne s map of 1 789J





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