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William Christian Lehmann papers, 1916-1980

Series XIII: Books and Articles

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Subseries XIII.1: Assorted articles and reprints of articles on Scotland and sociology

Box 7 Mother's Songs, Games and Stories Rendered into English by Frances and Emily Lord. New and revised edition. (London: William Rice), 1888

Box 7 Salvucci, Pasquale. Adam Ferguson. Sociolpgia e filosophia politica (n.p.: Argalia Editore Urbino), [1972?]

Box 7 Scotland. A Select Bibliography [NBL Book List] Second Series


Box 7 The Cambridge Journal VII; 11, 1954 August

Subseries XIII.2: Books

Box 8 Highet, John. The Scottish Churches (London), 1960

Box 8 Ferguson, Adam. An Essay on the History of Civil Society. Edited with an introduction by Duncan Forbes. (Edinburgh: University Press), 1966

Box 8 McGuinness, Arthur E. Henry Home, Lord Kames Twaynes English Authors Series. (New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc.), 1970

Box 8 MacIver, Robert M. The Web of Government (New York), 1947

Box 8 Mackie, J.D. The University of Glasgow, 1451-1951: A Short History. (Glasgow), 1954

Box 8 Muirhead, John Spence. The Old Minute Book of the Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow, 1668-1758 (Glasgow), 1948

Box 8 Randall, Helen Whitcomb. The Critical Theory of Lord Kames (Northampton, MA), 1946

Box 8 Ross, Ian Simpson. Lord Kames and the Scotland of his Day (Oxford: The Clarendon Press), 1972

Box 8 Schneider, Louis. The Sociological Way of Looking at the World (New York), 1975

Box 9 American Masters of Social Science Edited by Howard W. Odum (New York), 1927

Box 9 Lichtenberger, James P. Development of Social Theory (New York and London), 1923

Box 9 Millar, John. The Origin and Distinction of Ranks. 3rd edition (London), 1781

Box 9 The Edinburgh Magazine, or Literary Miscellany v. 5, n.s. (Edinburgh), 1795

Box 9 General Index to the Edinburgh Review(Edinburgh), 1813

Box 10 Blackstone, William. Commentaries on the Laws of England. Book the First. 2nd edition. (Oxford), 1766

Box 10 Cockburn, [?] [Lord]. Life of Francis Jeffrey. (Edinburgh), 1872

Box 10 Gibbon, Edward. History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. v. 7 (of 12). (Edinburgh), 1811

Box 10 Hutchinson, Francis. A System of Moral Philosophy. In three books. 2 vols., 1855

Box 11 Chronicles of St. Mungo; or, Antiquities and Traditions of Glasgow. (Glasgow), 1843

Box 11 De Lolme, J.L. The Constitution of England or, An Account of the English Government. A new edition. (London), 1810

Box 11 Ossian. The Poems of Ossian. Trans. James Macpherson. A new edition. v. 11. (London), [1772?]

Box 11 Scotland and Scotsmen in the Eighteenth Century. From the Mss. of John Ramsay of Ochtertyre. Edited by Alexander Allardyce. 2 vols. (Edinburgh and London), 1888

Box 11 Smith, Adam. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. v. 1 and 2 [v. 3 is missing]. (Dublin), 1776

Box 12 Blair, Hugh. Letters on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres. (New York), 1830

Box 12 Graham, Henry Grey. Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century., 1901

Box 12 Home, Henry [Lord Kames]. Elements of Criticism. Edited by Abraham Mills. 3rd edition., 1836

Box 12 Home, Henry [Lord Kames]. Historical Law Tracts. v.2 (Edinburgh), 1758

Box 12 Millar, John. An Historical View of the English Government. 4 vols. (London), 1818

Box 13 The New Annual Register, or General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year 1792 (London), 1793

Box 13 The New Annual Register, or General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year 1793 (London), 1794

Box 13 The New Annual Register, or General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the Year 1794 (London), 1795

Box 13 Rae, John. Life of Adam Smith. (London), 1895

Box 13 The Scots Magazine MDCCLIX v. XXI