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Commemoration lecture to the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, December 22nd 1937.
Commissioned Sea Officers of the Royal Navy 1660-1815.
Commonwealth War Records: WWI (1914-1919); WW2 (1939-1945).
Conveyance of a share of the partnership in premises in Leeds from David Stow of Glasgow to William Fenwick Stow of Leeds and Matthew Stow of Leeds (1852)
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David Dick v. William Stow for behoof of Stow and Pollock (1815) National Archives of Scotland CS271/50912 and CS271/50945
England and Wales Births, Marriages and Deaths Indexes 1837 – 2005.
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General Register Of Scotland (GROS) Old Parish Registers: Births and Baptisms; Banns and Marriages; and Deaths and Burials (all 1538-1854).
General Register of Scotland (GROS) Wills and Testaments (1513-1901).
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Glasgow Parish Burial Records: Gorbals Cemetery.
Glasgow Post Office Directories 1815-1836.
Glasgow Royal Lunatic Asylum, Gartnavel.
Glasgow Stock Exchange Association Records 1844-1926.
Glasgow University Matriculated Students 1837, 1840 and 1841.
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Hints towards the formation of a Normal Seminary, 1835.
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Holy Trinity Parish Church, Berwick-upon-Tweed parish records.
Institutions for education: Sunday schools. Available at (8 April, 2010).
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Letter from David Stow to Sir James Kay-Shuttleworth, dated December 26th, 1843. Now among the Shuttleworth manuscripts.
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Matriculated members of the Merchants’ House of Glasgow, No. 740 1897.
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Minutes of the Free Church Training College, 1845-1865.
Model schools. Return of expenditure of the grant for model schools, and copies of applications for aid. House of Commons papers; accounts and papers: 19th Century House of Commons Sessional Papers: Session: 1839, Paper number: (216),Volume/page: XLI.371
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Paisley and Renfrew Advertiser 1830, 1831.
Paisley Directories, The, containing a list of the Merchants, Trades, manufacturers in the town and suburbs 1783, 1810, 1812-13, 1823, 1827, 1828, 1829-30, 1831-32, 1832-33.
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Paisley High Kirk Churchyard records.
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Parish Registers, Berwick-upon-Tweed Public Record Office.
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Parliamentary papers: (1834) Factory Inspectors. Reports of factories to the Secretary of State; presented according to the provisions of the act of Parliament. pps 2, 3.
Parliamentary Papers: (1851) Census of Great Britain.. Education. England and Wales. Report and tables.
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Poor Law Enquiry (Scotland) (1844). Appendix, part I. Containing minutes of evidence taken at Edinburgh, Glasgow, Greenock, Paisley, Ayr and Kilmarnock. Evidence of Mr D. Stow, 17th April, 1843, pps. 423-428.
Poor Law Union correspondence. Available at: (8 April, 2010).
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Proposal for Establishing an Infant School in Glasgow. 1827.
Public Record Office England and Wales.
Records of the Freemen of Berwick, Berwick-upon-Tweed Public Record Office.
Regulations for the instruction and training of teachers, 1904. Prefatory Memorandum.
Renfrewshire Monumental Inscriptions pre 1855 Vol. 2 Edited by J. F. and S. Mitchell.
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Rusk, Robert R. Notes on David Stow and the Training System. Papers of Marjorie Cruikshank, Glasgow: University of Strathclyde archives.
School-houses (Scotland.) An account of the expenditure of the several sums of £10,000 granted by Parliament in the years 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837 and 1838, for the erection of school-houses or model schools in Scotland; together with the names and designation of all parties from whom applications have been received by the Lords of Her Majesty’s Treasury for aid out of the above grants, stating whether for parochial, or for what other schools, with the answers thereto; specifying the dates of each. Paper number: (282). Volume/page: XLI.383
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Scottish Wills and Testaments.
Southwell Union Workhouse: Inspection reports of the Poor Law Commissioners: The National Archives
Stow House Hotel Aysgarth, Information Folder.
Stow’s correspondence 1823-1852 (see CD of digitised resources).
The Edinburgh and Literary Review (1834) Seminaries for Teachers: July 1834.
The Glasgow Educational Society 3rd Report, 1836.
The Glasgow Educational Society 4th Report, 1837.
The Glasgow Educational Society 5th Report, 1839.
The Glasgow Educational Society appeal letter, 1836.
The Glasgow Infant School Magazine. 2nd Edition, 1834.
The Glasgow Infant School Magazine. First Collected Series. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd; and London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1875.
The Glasgow Infant School Magazine. Glasgow: Glasgow Infant School Society, 1832.
The Glasgow Infant School Repository 4th ed., 1849.
The Glasgow Infant School Society 1st Report, 1829.
The Glasgow Infant School Society 2nd   Report, 1830.
The Glasgow Infant School Society’s Visitors’ Book, Manuscript entries1829-1831.
The Loyal Reformers’ Gazette, Vol. 1. Glasgow: Muir, Gowans and Co. 1831
The Scots’ Magazine, Edinburgh, 1807.
The Scotsman newspaper archive records online.
The Scottish Education and Literary Journal, 1853
The Scottish Jurist (1838) Reports of cases decided in the supreme courts in Scotland and in the House of Lords on appeal from Scotland, Vol. XI. Edinburgh: Anderson.
The Scottish Jurist (1839) Reports of cases decided in the supreme courts in Scotland and in the House of Lords on appeal from Scotland, Vol. XII. Edinburgh: Anderson.
The Scottish Guardian, November 2nd 1837.
The Times newspaper archive records online.
The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1868) Vol. XIV. London: Wesleyan Conference Office.
Tillmouth Country House Hotel, Cornhill-on-Tweed Information Folder.
Treasurer’s accounts of receipts and disbursements of the Funds of St John’s Parish, Glasgow, as applicable to the Maintenance of the Poor, Educational Purposes etc. from 26th September, 1819, till 31st December, 1835. Glasgow University Library Eph. L/3.
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United Kingdom incoming and outgoing shipping passenger lists 1878-1960.
Visitation of the County of Lincoln, made by Sir Edward Bysshe, Knight, Clarenceaux King of Arms in the Year of our Lord 1666.
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Windsor Herald of Arms: Hunt W. G., TD BA FCA.
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