As a Professor

 

 Professor of Logic

Adam Smith was elected to the Chair of Logic as recorded in the Senate minutes, 9th January 1751.  (GUAS Ref: GUA 26640, p49.  Copyright reserved.) Front page of the letter from Adam Smith accepting the post as Chair of Logic, 10th January 1751.  (GUAS Ref: GUA 30349.  Copyright reserved.)   Adam Smith was admitted to the Chair of Logic as recorded in the Senate minutes, 16th January 1751. (GUAS Ref: GUA 26640, p51. Copyright reserved.)  
 Elected to Chair  Accepted Chair  Admitted to Chair  

Professor of Moral Philosophy

Adam Smith was elected Professor of Moral Philosophy as recorded in the Senate minutes, 22nd April 1752.  (GUAS Ref: GUA 26640, p80-81.  Copyright reserved.) Adam Smith was admitted to the Chair of Moral Philosophy as recorded in the Senate minutes, 29th April 1752.  (GUAS Ref: GUA 26640, p82.  Copyright reserved.)  One of Adam Smith's salary receipts as Professor of Moral Philosophy, 13th December 1757.  (GUAS Ref: GUA 58174, see also GUA 58172; GUA 58259; GUA 58173; GUA 58175; GUA 58176 and GUA 58177.  Copyright reserved.)   Adam Smith resigned as Professor of Moral Philosophy in 1764, as recorded in the Senate minutes, 1st March 1764. (GUAS Ref: GUA 26643, p13. Copyright reserved.)
 Elected to Chair  Admitted to Chair  Salary receipt  Resignation from Chair

 

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