2 edition of The Rev Dr Gordon, of Birnie, Elgin found in the catalog.
The Rev Dr Gordon, of Birnie, Elgin
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Written in English
On 12th May , the foundation stone of Pluscarden Church was friends and well-wishers joined the congregation for the ceremony. The Rev Robert Gordon, minister of the church which had until then been worshipping in the Priory nearby, expressed . Murchison in Moray: A Geologist on Home Ground: With the Correspondence of Roderick Impey Murchison and the Rev. Dr. George Gordon of Birnie (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society) by Michael, Murchison, Roderick Impey, Gordon, George, Diemer, John Collie ISBN ISBN
Dr. [Doctor] G. Gordon. Birnie J. Stewart Stank House J. Adams. Hillhead: The site of the ancient Palace of Birnie Situated on Castle Hill is supposed to have been the first residence of the Bishop of Moray, where it was afterwards removed to Kinnedar then to Spynie and last of all to Elgin. there are no visible traces of it now the. Elgin Museum was opened in , at a time when Moray was becoming a focus of interest for natural history scientists thanks to Rev. Dr George Gordon of Birnie. His expertise and original research.
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Huxley at Work: With the Scientific Correspondence of T. Huxley and the Rev. Dr George Gordon of Birnie, near Elgin by Michael Collie Michael Collie Paperback (1st ed. )Author: Michael Collie. The previously unpublished correspondence of with Rev. George Gordon is an important new addition to the literature on Huxley and Victorian science.
The correspondence is self-contained and wholely scientific, concerning the unexpected discovery of reptilian fossils and footprints nearBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
About this book Introduction The previously unpublished correspondence of with Rev. George Gordon is an important new addition to the literature on Huxley and Victorian science. Facets of Huxley. (Book Reviews: Thomas Henry Huxley.
Communicating for Science.; Huxley at Work. With the Scientific Correspondence of T. Huxley and the Rev. George Gordon of Birnie, Near Elgin.)Author: William Montgomery. Get this from a library. Huxley at work: with the scientific correspondence of T.H. Huxley and the Rev. George Gordon of Birnie, near Elgin.
[Michael Collie; Of Birnie Henry Huxley; George Gordon] -- The book contains the correspondence concerning the discovery of reptilian fossils and footprints near Elgin and relates to a most important aspect of Huxley's career: defining the relationship.
It is the property of Mr. James Grant, General Assembly Teacher, in Lossiemouth, Elgin, who has been good enough to entrust it to Dr. Gordon for transmission to me; and it was obtained from the well-known reptiliferous beds of Lossiemouth, along with some highly interesting fragments of.
Michael Collie,Sir Roderick Impey Murchison,George Gordon,John Diemer,American The Rev Dr Gordon Society — Science A Geologist on Home Ground: with the Correspondence of Roderick Impey Murchison and the Rev. George Gordon of Birnie. Hamish is pictured above working through the (photocopies) of the letters of the Rev.
Dr George Gordon of Birnie, aided by the excellent catalogue – the brown book on the table – co-written by Susan Bennett, our former curator. Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] G Gordon, Birnie Mr James Cruickshank Glenlatterach Mr J Duncan A deep Glen commencing its name at the junction of the Loan and Corry Burns extending N.E.
[North East] to the River Lossie - It embraces a few farm steadings, a few Crofts and a portion of Moorland and is situated on the lands of the Right Honble.
Such materials have from time to time been obtained by the exertions of my friend the Rev. Gordon, of Birnie, near Elgin, who, aided by a grant from the Donation Fund of the Royal Society, has undertaken the exploration of the fossiliferous beds whenever the operations of.
Twenty-three years ago the late Rev. Dr Gordon of Birnie asked me to examine some fossil scutes in pieces of sandstone at Urquhart. I did so, and identified them as belonging to Stagonolepis, a crocodile-like reptile found in the Trias of Lossiemouth, Spynie and Findrassie.
Up till there had been no question that these rocks were of undoubted Old Red Sandstone age, but in that year Mr. Patrick Duff of Elgin discovered in them the remains of a lizard (Telerpeton), while in Prof.
Huxley found in the collection of the Rev. Gordon of Birnie, from the same strata, crocodilian remains (Stagonolepis. Murchison in Moray: A Geologist on Home Ground. With the Correspondence of Roderick Impey Murchison and the Rev.
Dr George Gordon of Birnie. By Michael Collie and John Diemer American. Follow Michael Collie and explore their bibliography from 's Michael Collie Author Page. Issuu company logo Close.
Archive – we have Museum letters, Minute Books, Visitors’ Books and other papers dating back toincluding correspondence with such scientists as Charles Darwin and TH Huxley, and the scientific correspondence of the Rev George Gordon of Birnie.
We have also recently been donated the archive of the Elgin Incorporated Trades and which we are in process of cataloguing. Murchison in Moray a Geologist on Home Ground with the Correspondence of Roderick Impey Murchison and the Rev. George Gordon of Birnie (pp.
i-xxix+) Michael Collie, John Diemer, Roderick Impey Murchison and George Gordon of Birnie. Huxley at Work: With the Scientific Correspondence of T. Huxley and the Rev. Dr George Gordon of Birnie, near Elgin ISBN () Hardcover, Palgrave Macmillan, Free 2-day shipping.
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Birnie Kirk is a Church of Scotland church situated 4 km south of Elgin, in Moray. The church was built c. and became the first cathedral of the Bishop of Moray. It remained the cathedral church until when Bishop Simon de Tosny died.
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