MS 3107 - Papers of Professor Thomas Gordon, Professor Robert Eden Scott and their associates including discourses and questions of the Aberdeen Philosophical Society
1 - Discourses presented to the Aberdeen Philosophical Society
2 - Questions discussed by the Aberdeen Philosophical Society
1 - Questions discussed by the Aberdeen Philosophical Society
2 - What is the apparent figure of the heavens and and the causes of it?
3 - Whether there be not in the very nature of our teaching societies a tendency to stop further advancement in thoses branches of learning which they profess? And if it is so, what is the best remedy?
4 - What are the best expedients for preventing an extravagant rise in servants' wages, and for obliging them to bestow their labour where agriculture and manufacturers require it?
5 - Whether the current coin of the nation ought to be debased by alloy, or raised in its value, so as there shall be no profit made by exporting it?
6 - Questions discussed by the Aberdeen Philosophical Society
7 - Whether there be any degeneracy in point of genius among the moderns
8 - Questions discussed by the Aberdeen Philosophical Society
3 - Discourses and Questions of Thomas Gordon, being for the most part copies or amended versions of items in 3107/1 and 3107/2
4 - Papers of Thomas Gordon, unrelated to Aberdeen Philosophical Society
5 - Letters and papers of Robert Eden Scott (1770 - 1811), grandson of Thomas Gordon
6 - Miscellaneous academic papers of uncertain provenance or authorship, including pieces by Thomas Gordon and Robert Eden Scott
7 - Miscellaneous letters and papers of uncertain provenance
8 - Paste-downs and binding fragments from unidentified local sources
9 - Miscellaneous notes by or associated with Professor W.L Davidson, who worked on papers in MS 3107
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