Quaestor of the Library
Adam Smith was officially Quaestor (Treasurer), responsible for buying books for the Library, from 1758 to 1760. He also acted as Quaestor in place of William Cullen (Quaestor 1755) after he left for the University of Edinburgh, and William Rouet (Quaestor 1756-1758).
|Receipt for money from Principal Stirling's Fund||Receipt for money from Barrowfield's Fund||Receipt for payment for books||Account of intromissions with Principal Stirling's Fund|
|Account of intromissions with Barrowfield's Fund||Member of committee to choose books||To be given precept for balance of accounts||Precept for balance of accounts|
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