Seven notebooks containing lecture notes taken down by John Borthwick of Crookston at the University of Edinburgh between 1802 and 1807.
- Notes on 'Humanity' lectures
- Notes on lectures of Greek, translation from Fenelon's Télémaque and observations upon the maxims of La Rochefoucauld
- Notes on lectures on moral philosophy by Dugald Stewart, 1806-1807
- Notes on lectures on natural philosophy, by John Playfair, 1806-1807, and supplementary volume
- Notes entitled 'diversae', including notes from Robert Jameson's lectures on natural history delivered in summer session 1806
- A translation, the death of Panthea from the Cyropaedeia done for professor Andrew Dalzel, 1805
- Notes on chemistry and extracts from the [J]ames, Robertson, Marmontel, etc. Also printed Exercises on natural philosophy for Mr. [George] Lees' class (Lees was a teacher in the School of Arts, Edinburgh)