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Gillies, Dr. John

  • GB235 GIL
  • Item
  • 1792 - 1834

•Photocopy of Letter from W.J. Hooker, dated 18th of September 1825 addressed to Dr. Gillies when he was residing at Mendoza (1833 – 1838)

Gillies, Dr. John

David Douglas Ephemera

  • GB235 DOU
  • File
  • 1799 - 1834

-Photograph of David Douglas
-2 handwritten letters from Samuel Crosse regarding David Douglas’s telescope.
1) dated April 29th 1920 to The Curator at Kew Gardens, London + photocopy
2) dated May 6th 1920 to Lt. Col. F.R.S. Balfour at Dawyck, Peeblesshire
-Reprint from the Transactions of the Perthshire Society of Natural Science - R. Dow on David Douglas, Scone - "David Douglas, Scone, Botanist and Pioneer of Arboriculture", read 14th April 1910.

Crosse, Samuel

Drummond, Thomas

  • GB235 DRU
  • Item
  • 1793 - 1835

Catalogue of Thomas Drummond’s first parcel from St. Louis, the Alleganies and New Orleans in 1832 (hand written by R.K. Greville)

Drummond, Thomas

Robertson, Revd. Andrew

  • GB235 RRA
  • Item
  • 1837

•Letter from W.H. Campbell to Andrew Robertson, 10 Jan 1837

Robertson, Revd. Andrew

Drumlanrig Gardens

  • GB235 DGD
  • File
  • 1837 - 1838

Photocopy of handwritten; 'List of plants in Drumlanrig Gardens 1837'
Inc. 'Stove Plants' numbered, 1-5765. Un-numbered entries from Jasmium - Viburnum.'Vines in Hothouses, nos. 1-60'. 'Peaches & Nectarines in Hothouses, 2 pages'. 'Fruit Trees as Plants on Walls 12 pages'. 'Standard Apples 5 pages'.

Drumlanrig Gardens

Winch, Nathaniel J.

  • GB235 WNJ
  • File
  • 1768 - 1838

•Correspondence with Jonn Mackay (1800-1801), G.A. Walker Arnott (1828), P. Neill (1828), J. McNab (1834), R. Graham (1826), and also referenced to correspondence with G. Don (1802-1812) and W.M. McNab (1818 and 1823).

Winch, Nathaniel John

Treatise on Botany by Wm. Brand

  • GB235 BRA
  • File
  • 1839

M/S Outline of General Treatise on Botany proposed by Wm. Brand for the Botanic Society's adoption and which he suggests that the Society should invite its members to write a series of distinct but connected Essays with a view to publication under the Society's direction and auspices. 11 January 1839

Brand, William

Fergus, Jane

  • GB235 FEJ
  • Item
  • 1839

A letter from Jane Fergus to Hugh Cleghorn, dated 7 December, 1839

Fergus, Jane

J.S. Anderson letter to Dr Patrick Neill

  • GB235 ANJ
  • Item
  • 1839

Handwritten letter on 3 sides describing “new” method of propagation- “striking on the live plant”. By cutting 4/5 through the plant stalk and binding with damp moss a new shoot grows strongly and quickly. Anderson made successful experiments with fuchsia, heliotrope, jasmine, rose, etc. showing that this method can be used both in the greenhouse and in the open in situ. He grants Patrick Neill permission to publish them in the Transactions of the Caledonian Horticultural Society.

Anderson, J.S.

Powell, E

  • GB235 POW
  • Collection
  • 1840

•Large case marked ‘Orchids’ c.1840

Powell, E.

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