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" ... whereupon the citizens were obliged to build a convenient place for them, and accordingly did so the year following, after which additions were made from time to time till the whole came to the bulk we now see it in. Among the rest is a chapel used... "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 206
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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Edinburgh university; a sketch of its life for 300 years

Edinburgh univ - 1884 - 80 pages
...fronts of the building, and to compensate in some measure for the loss of what a visitor in 1688 calls the "spacious garden for the Professors in common to walk and divert themselves in the evening." Neither Government nor the Town Council, however, would help in this, and so the effect of Robert Adam's...
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The Story of the University of Edinburgh During Its First Three ..., Volume 2

Sir Alexander Grant - 1884
...the English Chaplain, when visiting the College in 1688-89, seems especially to have been struck by the " spacious garden for the Professors in common to walk and divert themselves in the evening." Magazine, this was a great public ceremony, though, it must be confessed, not equal to those popular...
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The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century

Henry Grey Graham - Scotland - 1906 - 545 pages
...of shabby, povertystricken buildings, which Principal Robertson contemptuously characterised : l " A stranger when conducted to view the University of...of a great university. 1 Scots Magazine, 1768, p. 11*. CHAPTER XIII EDUCATION : MEDICAL AKT AND MEDICAL PRACTICK AMONGST the many movements that started...
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