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Collection: Queen’s University Senate Minutes

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Geep added a note to 172 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 50 of transcription: "chair" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 171 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 53 of transcription: "ation" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 170 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 42 of transcription: "McKerras" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 169 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 33 of transcription: "in" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 168 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 54 of transcription: "IIId" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 166 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Thye original transcriber has (1) preserved the hyphenation in the source, and (2) embedded marginalia in the text. I (G. Proctor) have left it alone.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 165 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 38 of transcription: "ours" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 164 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription:"class" is a castchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 163 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 44 of transcription: "o'clock" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 162 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 46 of transcription: "(-)tion" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 161 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 44 of transcription: "sickness" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 160 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription: "factory is both a catchword and the continuation of the word "satisfactory." I broke from the rule here of completing a divided word in the line in which it begins, as I have been doing for margina; notes for clarity of ...”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 159 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 45 of transcription: "for" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 158 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Lines 15-17 and 19-21 of transcription: The marginal notes are apparently switched for these two paragraphs.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 158 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 45 of transcription: "The" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 157 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 54 of transcription: "appointed" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 156 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 17 of transcription: parenthesis closes extract from two pages previous.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 154 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 28 of transcription: left parenthesis is closed in two subsequent pages. Apparently this encloses an extract to be forwarded to the Trustees.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 155 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 143 of transcription: "year's" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 153 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 42 of transcription: "session" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 152 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “lines 29-31 of transcription are garbled in the original, as though items were to be inserte after each "that." line 48 of transcription: "the" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 151 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 45 of transcription: "the" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 150 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription: "lay" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 149 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Please consult the above rules for line breaks, and read the surrounding transcriptions for conventions. "Senatus" also appears as "Senatus Academicus" and is not to be transcribed "Senators."”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 148 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 42 of transcription: "and" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 147 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription: "The" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 147 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “The expression "cum his notis" (with these notes) should be italicized in any printed version. This is similar to "ad eundem" (at the same level), which shows up throughout these minutes.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 146 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 47 of transcription: "year" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 144 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 42 of transcription: "promise." is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 143 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 44 of transcription: "the foundation" are catchwords.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 141 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Lines 44-45 of transcription: the word "dispensation"is broken. The "pensation" part is a catchword, so the break was maintained.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 140 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription: "of" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 139 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 6 of transcription: Professor Mowat inserts his initials (JBM) vertically through the marginal note of "a quarter of" as though to state his preference for that form rather than what is recorded as the text of the regulations.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 139 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription: "O'Louglin" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 138 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 45 of transcription: "have" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 137 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Lines 54-55 of transcription: "regulations" is broken. Since the "ulations" part is a catchword, I kept the break.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 136 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 51 of transcription: "year" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 135 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription: "exemption" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 132 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Transcription lines 12—15: Professor J. B. Mowat's signature is run vertically in the margin. Presumably these were his students, and should include line 16 as well.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 122 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Transcription line 13: the amount has normally been $40.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 120 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Dr. Mowat, who here replaces Dr. Weir as Secretary, makes it a practice to separate entries with a horizontal line. It is noted here, but I omit it in subsequent pages. Mowat also regularly includes marginal glosses.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 109 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “With the entry of February 24, 1863, Principal Leitch co-signs the minutes, presumably well after the fact, as minutes from later in the year are co-signed by William Snodgrass, Secretary to the Board of Trustees, with the notation that Dr. Leitch...”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 104 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Again, the right hand edge was cut off in the photocopy, presumably a byproduct of the binding of the original volume. Taken together with the faintness of the copy as well, it would be necessary to redo the photocopying of many of these left-hand...”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 100 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Again, right-hand edge of the photocopy is cut off. Many of these pages need to be recopied.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 60 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Right-hand edge cut off in photocopy.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 94 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Notr only is the page too faint in the photocopy for certain transcription, but the right-hand edge seems to be cut off.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 92 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “I hesitate to mark this page as in need of review, as it seems as though the problems can only be addressed by an in-person examination of the original document. This is especially indicated by the apparent cutting-off of the right-hand edge of th...”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 79 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Lines 2-4 of transcription: These three names are bracketed together on the right as not yet of age.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 73 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Lines 2-9 of transcription: as on the proceding page, an extra space—in lieu of a comma—has been inserted between the name and his home town.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 72 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Lines 11-28 of transcription: the names are givin last name first, contrary to normal practice. We can assume that this was how they were presented to Reverend Weir, the Secretary, and he did not rearrange the list. I have taken the liberty of add...”Note Added