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letters of John Stuart Blackie to his wife, with a few earlier ones to his parents
John Stuart Blackie
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John Blackie in a manly letter refused to accept his dismissal at Mr Wyld's hands, and intimated that only the daughter and not the father could break the bond which united them, and that his trust in her steadfastness forbade him to fear such a rupture. The efforts of the family were therefore directed to make Eliza give him up. Despite the existence of a rich archive of his papers and letters, there has been only one book devoted to his life: The Life of Professor John Stuart Blackie, the most distinguished Scotsman of the day, edited by J. G. Duncan and published in
John Blackie was born on month day , at birth place, to John Blackie and Agnes Burrell. Margaret Frame Or Ferguson John Blackie in Scotland, Marriages, Margaret Frame Or Ferguson married John Blackie on month day , at marriage place. "Blackie, John Stuart," in Dictionary of National Biography Supplement, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., () in 3 vols. Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.
Here is another anecdote, wich reads. Professor Blackie wrote on a board. 'Professor Blackie will not meet his classes today', A student entred and rubbed off the c, to make lasses, and then Blackie came in and seeing the obliterdation, immediately rubbed off the l!. scope_creep , 1 June (UTC) External links modified. John Stuart Blackie Chapter X. Aberdeen and University Reform - DURING the first year of his work in Aberdeen, Professor Blackie's public and private engagements interrupted the flow of his contributions to magazine literature.
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BLACKIE, JOHN STUART (–), Scottish professor and man of letters, eldest son of Alexander Blackie (d. ) by his first wife, Helen Stodart (d. ), was born in Charlotte Street, Glasgow, on 28 July His father soon removed to.
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The Day-book of John Stuart Blackie (edited by Archibald Stodart Walker). London: Richards, The Letters of John Stuart Blackie to His Wife, With a few earlier ones to his parents.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood, Notes of a Life (edited by Archibald Stodart Walker). Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood, "John Stuart Blackie," Blackwood's Magazine, Vol.pp.
– Stodart-Walker, Archibald (). The Day-Book of John Stuart Blackie. London: Grant Richards. Stodart-Walker, Archibald (). The Letters of John Stuart Blackie to His Wife. Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons.
Letters of John Stuart Blackie (28 July - 2 March ), a Scottish scholar and man of letters. Selected by his nephew A. Walker. pp, portraits.
23 cm tall. Clean interior, unmarked. Tight, square binding. Old bookplate to fpde. Some wear to edges of cloth. One lower corner bump. Slight rubbing and soiling. Weight, g. View More. The natural history of atheism by Blackie, John Stuart, at - the best online ebook storage. The letters of John Stuart Blackie to his wife, with a few earlier ones to his parents; 4/ 5.
The day-book of John Stuart Blackie / 5. Lay sermons / 5. On beauty. The papers of Professor John Stuart Blackie consist largely of manuscript correspondence, mostly letters and at least one postcard, among them a letter to his publisher at Gen.
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John Stuart Blackie (–) trained in law and studied divinity in Scotland and Germany before becoming a professor of Classics. Confident, well-travelled, vivacious, and outspoken, he delivered numerous public lectures, was instrumental in the founding of the Gaelic Chair at Edinburgh University, and published translations of many German and Classical works, as well as an impressive.
John Stuart Blackie (28 July – 2 March ) was a Scottish scholar and man of letters. He was born in Glasgow, and educated at the New Academy and afterwards at the Marischal College, in Aberdeen, where his father was manager of the Commercial Bank.memorial to John Stuart Blackie in St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh John Stuart Blackie's grave, Dean Cemetery Prof John Stuart Blackie FRSE (28 July – 2 March ) was a Scottish scholar and man of letters.Preface.
THE writer wishes to acknowledge her great indebtedness to Mrs Blackie, who not only intrusted her with the letters, MSS., and papers from which the biography has been compiled, but has shown the most constant and helpful interest in the work; to Dr Stodart Walker, who supplied her with ntes on the Professor's relations with the students of Edinburgh University, and on the incidents.