The collection consists of lectures on civil law, 1906-1907, and a letter of Mackintosh to R. S. Lindsay, 1913.
Lectures of Professor James Mackintosh (1858-1944)
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- ReferenceGB 237 Coll-424
- Dates of Creation1906-1913
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 box, 1 separate letter.
- LocationGen. 1992/7; MS 2647
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
James Mackintosh was born on 22 February 1858. He was educated at the Grammar School, Old Aberdeen, and he studied at St. Andrews University and at Exeter College, Oxford. He became Professor of Civil Law at Edinburgh University in 1893 and held the Chair until 1938. He had also been Dean of the Faculty of Law at Edinburgh, 1910-1938. His publications include The Roman law of sale (1892), and Roman law in modern practice (1934) one of the Tagore lectures. Professor James Mackintosh died on 3 May 1944.
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Lectures acquired November 1975, Accession no. E75.59. Letter purchased January 1986, Accession no. E86.1.
The biographical/administrative history was compiled using the following material: (1) Who was who 1941-1950. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1952.
Compiled by Graeme D Eddie, Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections Division.
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