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Chemical

In this scientific journal, James Dinwiddie discusses various topics in chemistry including the effects of fire, water, acids, and bases on mixtures. He also notes the properties of different types of air such as fixed air, nitrous air, and inflammable air. This file consists of one journal.

Experiments of Factitious Air

These notes written by James Dinwiddie focus on experiments involving air; he documents his procedures as well as the results. Dinwiddie includes a hand-drawn diagram of various scientific apparatus at the front of the notes.

George Lawson fonds

  • MS-2-159
  • Fonds
  • 1854-1895
Fonds contains off-prints of Lawson's papers (1854-1894), a handwritten catalogue of Lawson's library, handwritten botanical observations (1891), a published program of a course of botany lectures, published testimonials (1874), and an obituary (1895).

Lawson, George

George William McQueen fonds

  • MS-2-594
  • Fonds
  • 1875 - 1878
Fonds contains photocopies of G.W. McQueen's letters to his mother and sister while he was attending Dalhousie University; G.W. McQueen's annotated textbook, Introduction to Anglo-Saxon (1875); and G.W. McQueen's notebooks from Professor Lawson's junior chemistry class (1876-1877) and Professor Lyall's psychology class (1877).

McQueen, George William

J. Frank McMahon's registration card and class certification tickets from the Halifax Medical College

  • MS-2-224, SF Box 33, Folder 1
  • File
  • 1887-1888
File contains J. Frank McMahon's registration tickets for the Halifax Medical College (Dalhousie College and University Medical Faculty) and his attendance/examination cards for Anatomy, Materia Medica, Practical Anatomy, Histology, Physiology, Botany, and Chemistry. The cards are printed on several different colours of heavy card and are held in a small black leather-bound folder.

Journal of Lectures

These are a series of notes taken by James Dinwiddie between March 23, 1809 and December 21, 1809 from lectures given at the Royal Institution. The topics range from the electro-chemistry to astronomical systems to botanical taxonomies. This file consists of one volume.

Journal of Lectures

These are a series of notes taken by James Dinwiddie between December 22, 1808 and March 11, 1809 from lectures given at the Royal Institution. The topics range from the orbits of the sun and moon to the state of science prior to Isaac Newton to chemical attraction. This file consists of one volume.

Lecture 4, 5

These lecture notes written by James Dinwiddie in 1783 (?) deal with the properties of air and various experiments that demonstrate these.

Lecture Notes

These point form notes were taken by James Dinwiddie at a lecture on Wednesday, June 11, 1783. The notes cover a range of topics in chemistry and physics including Boschovich's Theory, chemical mixtures, evaporation, and magnetic curves.

Lecture Notes

These notes written by James Dinwiddie contain sections of notes on various topics including the history of medicine, chemistry, electricity, proof of repulsions, and mathematics.

Letter to the Editor

This file contains a one page newspaper clipping from a Calcutta newspaper. The clipping is a reprinted editorial letter from Joseph Priestley denouncing the new theories of chemistry.

Miscellanies, No. 1-5

These lecture notes written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 are titled "Miscellanies". The notes deal with a variety of chemical, physical, and biological topics.

No. 1

These notes written by James Dinwiddie list several experiments in chemistry.

No. 3

These notes written by James Dinwiddie list several experiments in chemistry.
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