Adam Smith - Panmure House Logo

All posts for October 2013

  1. Visit to Panmure

    Kirsty Hay
    visit to Panmure House

    A group of Adam Smith enthusiasts visited Panmure House in July to see how the recent stripping out work was progressing and to hear more about the plans for the building and the programmes that will take place within the House when it opens in the Autumn of 2015. The group had gathered as part of a...

  2. Ian Simpson Ross donation

    Kirsty Hay

    Ian Simpson Ross, author of the much acclaimed Life of Adam Smith, recently donated a beautiful five volume copy of the first edition of The Works of Adam Smith to the Panmure House Project.   The 1811 edition was edited by Thomas Cadell Jr, and William Davies, younger partners of Cade...

  3. Archaeology

    Tim Ramage
    Calton Hill from Panmure House

    Tom Addyman of Addyman Archaeology and his team have been busy on site over the last few weeks gathering and recording information from Panmure House that will help us better understand how the building has evolved since it was built for the Earls of Panmure in the 1690s.   Part of the...

  4. Welcome...

    Tim Ramage
    Panmure House, view from Edinburgh

    Welcome to the new Panmure House website. has been created to provide up to date information on all aspects of the Panmure House project; Edinburgh Business Schools’ ambitious scheme to establish a living memorial to Adam Smith and other key figures of the Scottish enlighte...