MC:F27/1/MS2 Notes of Lectures Given by Others
MC:F27/1/MS2/1 1862 and 1874
Bound notebook entitled “Physiology Lecture Notes”. The inside cover reads “Edward Chapman, Frewen House, Oxford.”
Contains notes on liver structure and function, teeth, saliva, characteristics of carnivores, the spinal cord, microscopy, primate brain anatomy and function, fishes, blood and rodents. Also contains a leaflet detailing the University and College prizes for 1874.
Bound notebook, at one stage entitled “Mechanical Philosophy”, though this has subsequently been crossed out. The inside cover reads “Edward Chapman, Mert. Coll, Feb. 1862”. A section entitled “Natural Philosophy” includes notes on the general properties of matter. The rest of the notebook is left blank, except for notes on the chemical composition of the human body, and lecture notes, including experimental details, for series of lectures from 1885-1887.
MC:F27/1/MS2/3 Not Dated
A small bound notebook, containing handwritten notes by Edward Chapman. Inside cover reads “Edward Chapman, Frewen Hall, Oxford.”
Contains notes on classification, specifically of biological organisms, the chemical composition of blood, and the spinal cord. One page about taxonomy is headed “Notes from Prof. Phillips”, another about blood is headed “Stray notes from Dr. Rolleston”. A more general section is headed “Notes from Dr. Robertson”
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