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Collection: Queen’s University Senate Minutes

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Geep added a note to 70 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 40 of transcription: probably Kemptville”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 43 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 41 of transcription: "allotted" is a catchword”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 59 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “The editing of this transcription was incorrect. I have restored the text. Line 14 of transcription: Charles Page Cameron is the person men tioned. The Secretary started with a "J" and overwrote it to the correct "P." If you are unfamiliar with th...”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 57 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 8 of transcription: The "X" in the margin appears to be in pencil and from a different hand.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 53 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 50 of transcription: "Journal is a catchword"”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 46 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 45 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 43 of transcription: "are" is a catchword”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 35 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Transcription lines 5 and 6: the two names are bracketed as equal with brackets both before and after their names.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 27 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Line 8: The name of Reverend McGillivray is misspelled in the document as "McGillavey"”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 18 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “There is smudge evidence of a possible extra line at the end (would be on line 45) that failed to be included in the photocopy. If so, it would read "to the Senatus"”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 17 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “The spelling of the forename of Mr. Fraser in line 29 is apparently a lapsus stili.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 13 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Last line "the" is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 7 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Last line "Closed" is a catchword”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 11 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 2) 1855-1877, saying “Last line is a guide word”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 178 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “Left-hand side of leaf is a printed clipping. Right-hand side is a list of names associated with amounts of money. This material is too faint to make a reasonable transcription without seeing the original document itself. This is also the case for...”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 177 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “Notations in different hands. First line faint.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 174 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “There are some pages clearly missing, as this page does not follow from the previous minute.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 171 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “This page, a draft in Latin, appears to be a separate sheet overlaying a blank page verso, and the next page of minutes, recto.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 168 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The notation of the name of James Sievwright on the last line is in a different hand.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 159 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The first two names under First Class are bracketed together as equal. The first two names under Third Class " " " " followed by the comment ranging onto the second line. The third and fourth names ...”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 136 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The first wo lines are bracketed (}) together after the amounts.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 117 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The bursaries from the Colonial Committee are bracketed together (bracket faces wrong direction)”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 111 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “In the list, Lindsay and Sutherland are bracketed together, signifying that both are distinguished in Classics and Mathematics.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 96 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The date given in line 14 is an error: the 15th of November, 1851, was a Saturday.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 90 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “I transcribed the curvy mark here as "~" which is being used as both a posh underline and a line separator.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 67 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The Secretary,Revd. James Malcolm Smith, signs his name all run together: JMalcolmSmith”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 67 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “Herschel is spelled with two l's in original”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 64 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “This page will take special attention from the editor because of the bracketing. If necessary, I can produce a PDF diplomatic transcription of the page. "Strg" is (pounds) Sterling "Cury" is currency”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 63 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The last word, the name "William," is a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 61 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “"8" at the end serves as a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 60 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “Last word on page again a catchword”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 58 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “Professor Williamson added the last word on the page, "Committee", as a catchword.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 53 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “Again, "Bachelor in Arts" [sic]”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 44 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “Line 15: "Bachelor in Arts" [sic]”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 25 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “In addition to the underlining of "viva voce", Rev. Romanes also supplied a circumflex accent on the "a" in "viva" to indicate that it is a long vowel, representing Ablative case. I didn't know how to transcribe this.”Note Added
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Geep added a note to 10 in Queen's University Senate Minute Book (Volume 1) 1842-1855, saying “The usual list of students was left out in the original, although space had been made on the page for their inclusion.”Note Added