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HAMILTON, Gen Sir Ian Standish Monteith (1853-1947)

Official papers and publications, Edinburgh University, 1932-1936

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1932 Aug 1-1933 July 31

Accounts of the University of Edinburgh for the year to 31st July 1933 by John Cook, factor, and John L Somerville, auditor, (T and A Constable Ltd, Edinburgh, 1933). 1 vol,179pp


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Oct 1932

The Hamiltonian newspaper, published by the Hamiltonian Campaign Committee, supporting Hamilton's candidacy for the Lord Rectorship of the University of Edinburgh, comprising a biography of Hamilton and including tributes and messages of support from Lt Gen Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell of Gilwell; Mrs Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill; Rt Hon (Arthur) Neville Chamberlain MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Rt Hon Maj Gen John Edward Bernard Seely; FM Sir William Riddell Birdwood, 1st Bt; Henry Woodd Nevinson; AF John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe; AF Sir Roger John Brownlow Keyes, 1st Bt; Aileen Mary Roberts, Countess Roberts of Kandahar, Waterford and Pretoria. 8pp


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1932 Oct 18-1936 May 26

Forty seven editions of The Student, Edinburgh University Magazine, journal and review produced by the Students' Representative Council of the University of Edinburgh, including editions of 18 Oct 1932, with article on Hamilton as a candidate for election to the rectorship; 7 Mar 1933, with Hamilton's rectorial address to the university given on 2 Mar 1933; 15 Nov 1934, with article by Hamilton on 50th anniversary of the founding of the Students' Representative Council; 5 Nov 1935 with Hamilton's farewell speech as retiring lord rector; 21 Jan 1936, with Hamilton's speech on being made a life honorary member of the University Union; 12 May 1936, with rectorial address to the university given by FM Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby of Megiddo and Felixstowe; 26 May 1936, with Hamilton's tribute to Allenby following Allenby's death on 14 May. 47 magazines


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1932 Oct 27-1933 Jul 17

Volume of printed minutes of meetings of the University Court of the University of Edinburgh, including the meeting of 30 May 1933, which Hamilton chaired as Lord Rector (indexed). 1 vol


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1932 Nov 3

The Hamiltonian newspaper, second edition, published by the Hamiltonian Campaign Committee, supporting Hamilton's candidacy for the Lord Rectorship of the University of Edinburgh, including extracts from Hamilton's introduction to The Scottish national war memorial (Grant and Murray, Edinburgh, 1932), his poem 'Gordon', from his Now and then (Methuen and Co, London, 1926), and tributes and messages of support from Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson; Capt Basil Henry Liddell Hart; Brig Gen Claude John Perceval; Col William Robertson; Lt Col John Bayne Maclean; Capt Sir (Ernest) Beachcroft (Beckwith) Towse; Elizabeth Robins. 8pp


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1933 Aug 1-1934 July 31

Accounts of the University of Edinburgh for the year to 31st July 1934 by John Cook, factor, and John L Somerville, auditor, (T and A Constable Ltd, Edinburgh, 1934). 1 vol,159pp


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1933 Oct 23-1933 Jul 16

Volume of printed minutes of meetings of the University Court of the University of Edinburgh (indexed). 1 vol


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1934

Euragonnah 1934 magazine produced by the Charities Committee of the Students' Representative Council of the University of Edinburgh for charitable fundraising, including Hamilton's poem, 'The only way'. 68pp


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1935 Jan 17-1935 Jan 18

Aberdeen University S R C, jubilee celebrations, booklet commemorating the fiftieth anniversary celebrations of the Aberdeen University Students Representative Council. 32pp


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1935

Euragonnah 'Thirty Five, magazine produced by the Charities Committee of the Students' Representative Council of the University of Edinburgh for charitable fundraising, including Hamilton's poem, 'The euradays-a summons to students'. 48pp


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1935

The Cosmopolitan magazine, no 2, Summer 1935, review and club bulletin of the Edinburgh University Cosmopolitan Club, including articles 'The "absolute" pacifist and the collective system' by Sir Norman Angell, and 'Principles of national socialism' by Dr E Kreitz. 24pp

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