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EDITED, WITH INTRODUCTION AND INDEX, BY 

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LIBRARIAN TO THE UNIVERSITY 



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WILLIAM BLACKWOOD AND SONS 

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PREFACE. 



The present publication is one' of a series of volumes in 
which it is proposed to publish the Matriculation and 
Graduation Rolls, as well as other historical records, of 
the University of St Andrews, from its foundation to within 
three years of the close of the nineteenth century. The 
scheme has been in contemplation for more than twenty 
years, and nearly all the necessary lists and documents 
J have been transcribed; but pressure of official work and 
other considerations have prevented a start being made with 
the editing and printing until recently. For various reasons 
it has been found expedient to begin with one of the latest 
volumes. It will be followed by one of the earliest ; and 
thereafter the remaining volumes will be issued as nearly 
as possible in chronological order. But as the Rolls are 
in places both confused and defective, and require to be 
supplemented from other sburces, they must be taken up 
in the order which seems likely to ensure the greatest ac- 
curacy and completeness. Each volume will be complete 
in itself, with introduction, text, and index; but the unity 
of the series as a whole will be maintained. When finished, 
it is confidently believed that the series will not only pro- 
vide materials for an exhaustive history of the University 
of St Andrews, but will form a valuable contribution to 
academical history generally, besides yielding helpful in- 
fo?mation to workers in all departments of Scottish his- 



vi PREFACE 

tory. As the University is now within a few years of 
celebrating the five-hundredth anniversary of its founda- 
tion, the time appears to be opportune for placing its more 
important records before the public ; and it is to be hoped 
that the scheme, now somewhat tardily inaugiurated, will 
receive such encouragement as will secure its being carried 
out in its entirety with the least possible delay. 

In the preparation of this volume I have received much 
useful assistance from my two daughters. The elder of 
them wrote out, or t3^d, nearly the whole matter for the 
printer, while the younger helped with the checking of the 
index, and in other ways. I am also very much indebted 
to Mr John Johnstone Smith, sub-librarian to the Univer- 
sity, whose painstaking and skilful reading of the proofs 
and comparison of them with the original manuscript 
have saved the volume from many misreadings and typo- 
graphical errors. So far only three slight mistakes have 
been discovered that remain uncorrected in the text, and 
two of them have already been corrected in the index. 
They were all the result of relying too implicitly on official 
printed class-lists. Finally, it would be ungrateful not to 
acknowledge here the constant interest which Principal 
Donaldson has taken in the progress of this volume 
through the press, as well as his kindness in reading the 
proof-sheets of the Introduction. 

J. MAITLAND ANDERSON. 



University Library, St Andrews, 
22if</ June 1905. 



CONTENTS. 



INTRODUCTION- 



PAGE 



Period and Subjects dealt with 




• 


xi 


The University: 


Constitution ...... xii 


Comitia .... 






xii 


Senatus Academicus 






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Xll 


Faculties of Arts and Divinity . 






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Xlll 


University Court . 






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Xlll 


General Council . 






xiv 


Faculties of Medicine and Science 






XV 


Chancellor 






XV 


Vice- Chancellor . 






xvi 


Rector ... 






xvii 


Matriculation 






xxii 


Curriculum of Study 






xxiv 


The United College : 








Proposals for Union 






xxvi 


Reasons for Union 






xxvii 


Act of Union .... 






xxviii 


Professorships 






xxix 


Lectureships .... 






xxxiv 


Assistantships .... 






xxxvii 


Bursaries ..... 






xxxviii 


Scholarships .... 






xxxix 


Prizes ..... 






xl 


College Buildings .... 






xl 


College Hall .... 






xlvi 


Hall of Residence for Women 






xlvii 


Laboratories 






xlvii 


College Church .... 






xlviii 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY IN 189I . 

From a Pkotogra^ hy A. DaomU, St Andrews. 

THE UNITED COLLEGE IN 1 767 

From a DrawiMghy yokn Oliphant^ St Andrews, 

THE UNITED COLLEGE IN 1890 

From a Pkotfigra^h by J. Vaieniine^ Dundee. 



Frontispiece 



Between pp. 



XXVI, XXVIl 



ST MARY'S COLLEGE IN 1 767 

From a Drmmingby Jahn Olifhant^ St Andrews. 

ST MARY'S COLLEGE IN I90I 

From a Phot^rmph by J. Fairweather, St Andrews. 



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xii CONSTITUTION OF THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduation Roll for the period comes to be printed. In 
like manner questions relating to administration and to 
the complicated financial arrangements of the University 
and its Colleges cannot be referred to, while those affecting 
constitution and government can only be dealt with sum- 
marily. Such topics in any case did not much concern 
the students who matriculated during these years. They 
were more interested in the subjects taught within the 
College class-rooms, in the order of the curriculum, in 
Bursaries, Scholarships, and Prizes, in their rights and 
privileges as cives of a university, in the academical and 
social life of the place, and in their own special organisa- 
tions for intellectual and physical culture. And it is there- 
fore to such points as these that the following observations 
are in the main confined. 



THE UNIVERSITY. 

As an academical body, the University, in 1747, consisted 
of the Chancellor, Rector, Principals of Colleges, Professors, 
and matriculated Students. In 1897 its composition was 
the same, with the addition of registered Graduates and 
Alumni. But its organisation had undergone a complete 
change notwithstanding this apparently slight accession to 
its component parts. In 1747 the bodies entitled to meet 
and transact business were the Comitia, the Senatus 
Academicus, the two Colleges, the Faculty of Arts, and 
such committees as might from time to time be appointed. 
The Comitia consisted of the Rector, Principals, Professors, 
and Students. A meeting of the Comitia was thus a 
general assembly of the resident members of the University 
for the time being, and its special function was the election 
of the Rector. The Senatus Academicus consisted of the 
Principals and Professors of both Colleges, and had the 
general management of all academical affairs, besides ad- 
ministering the property and funds of the University as 
a corporation distinct from the Colleges. The Senatus 



THE UNIVERSITY COURT xiii 

also acted as a Rectorial Court in matters of University 
discipline ; but it did so not of its own right but because 
it had become customary for the Rector, at his election, 
to nominate all its other members as his assessors. The 
University derived no revenue directly from the Colleges, 
but the Senatus had the power of assessing them for what 
were deemed general University purposes, such as the 
upkeep of the Library and the payment of University 
officers. The Colleges were corporations distinct from, 
and independent of, the University in all that pertained to 
matters of business. Each held its own meetings, managed 
its own property, appointed its own officials, and exercised 
discipline over its members subject to an appeal to the 
Rectorial Court. The Faculty of Arts was composed of 
the Principal and Professors of the United College, and 
was presided over by a Dean elected annually from within 
the Faculty. It administered its own revenues and re- 
tained to some extent its ancient power of granting 
degrees in Arts independently of the Senatus Academicus. 
The Faculty of Divinity had long been merged in St Mary's 
College, the Principal thereof being regarded as permanent 
Dean. 

These constitutional arrangements underwent very little 
change until 1858, when the University Court and the 
General Council were instituted. The University Court 
at first consisted of six members — viz., the Rector, the 
senior Principal, and four Assessors — one nominated by 
the Chancellor and another by the Rector, one elected by 
the General Council and another by the Senatus Academicus. 
It was empowered to review all decisions of the Senatus 
Academicus, and to be a Court of appeal from the Senatus ; 
to effect improvements in the internal arrangements of 
the University, with the sanction of the Chancellor, and 
after due communication with the Senatus and the General 
Council; to require due attention on the part of the Pro- 
fessors to the duties imposed upon them ; to fix and regulate 
class-fees; to censure or suspend a Principal or Professor, 
or, if necessary, deprive him of his office, subject to the 



xiv THE GENERAL COUNCIL 

approval of the Queen in Council ; and to inquire into and 
control the administration by the Senatus and Colleges 
of all their pecuniary concerns, including funds mortified 
for bursaries and other purposes.^ The membership of the 
Court was largely increased and its powers were greatly 
extended by the Universities (Scotland) Act of 1889. The 
Court was then made a body corporate with perpetual 
succession and a common seal, and in it was vested all 
the property, heritable and movable, formerly belonging 
to the University and Colleges.^ The Court thus became 
the supreme governing body in the University, and to it 
much of the business formerly transacted by the Senatus 
was transferred, while the Colleges were deprived of nearly 
all their administrative powers, and became little more than 
committees of the Court and of the Senatus. 

The General Council instituted by the Act of 1858 re- 
ceived no executive powers. It could only take into con- 
sideration questions affecting the wellbeing and prosperity 
of the University and make representations on them to 
the University Court.' Although its functions were not 
enlarged by the Act of 1889, the Council obtained increased 
representation in the University Court and greater freedom 
of action in dealing with questions of academical policy as 
they arose.* The Council was at first a purely academical 
body, and was composed of the Chancellor, the members 
of the University Court, the Professors, and such Graduates 
and Alumni as were entitled by the Act to membership. In 
1868 the Council became a political constituency, having 
secured the right of electing a member of Parliament con- 
jointly with the General Council of the University of 
Edinburgh. At the same time its membership was thrown 
open to all classes of non-honorary graduates, who on pay- 
ment of a registration fee of one pound became entitled 
to life membership.* In 1881 the payment of this registra- 
tion fee was made compulsory, so that the General Council 
was thenceforth intended to consist of the entire body of 
living graduates, both male and female, whose degrees were 

1 Universities (Scotland) Act, 1858, sects. 8, 12. ' Ibid., 1889, sects. 5, 6. 
' Ibid., 1858, sect. 6. * Ibid., 1889, sect. 8. ■ 31 & 32 Vict cap. 48. 



THE CHANCELLOR xv 

gained by examination, in addition to the Chancellor, the 
members of the University Court and Senatus Academicus, 
and a few Alumni who were admitted under the original 
constitution of the Council.^ 

A Faculty of Medicine came into existence in 1862,* and 
a Faculty of Science in 1897, in which year the composition 
of the three other Faculties underwent revision.* The 
Senatus Academicus had for a long time assumed entire 
control of the conferring of degrees, so that the p)owers of 
the Faculties (including the Faculty of Arts) were confined 
to recommending to the Senatus such candidates as they 
deemed qualified for graduation. 

From the earliest times the ofiicial head of the University 
had been the Chancellor — occasionally designated the Lord 
Chancellor. Previous to the Reformation the Bishops and 
Archbishops of St Andrews were, in accordance with the 
usual practice among Universities confirmed by Papal Bull, 
recognised as Chancellors ex officio. This practice was also 
kept up when Episcopacy happened to be in the ascendant 
in Scotland between the Reformation and the Revolution. 
It is not quite clear how the lay Chancellors who alternated 
with the later Archbishops were elected, but at least one 
of them — the Earl of Montrose — appears to have been 
appointed by the King, at the time of a visitation of the 
University on 15th July 1599.* For some years after the 
Revolution the office remained vacant ; but from 1697 to 
1858 Chancellors were regularly elected by the Senatus 
Academicus, which in no single instance chose a Church- 
man for that exalted office. The Universities (Scotland) 
Act of 1858 transferred the election from the Senatus 
Academicus to the newly constituted General Council of 
the University, of which body the Chancellor was made 
president. The Chancellorship of the University has long 
been a life appointment.^ 

Under the original constitution of the University the 

^ 44 & 45 Vict. cap. 40. ' Ordinance No. 19, sect. 25. 

• Ordinance No. 48. * Evidence, vol. iii., 1837, p. 199. 

* In one case the Chancellor was held to have vacated the office by leaving the 
country. See list of Chancellors, p. Ixix. 



XVI THE VICE-CHANCELLOR 

primary function of the Chancellor was to confer degrees 
upon persons found qualified for them in any of the 
Faculties. But over and above this statutory duty many 
of the resident Chancellors took part in the actual manage- 
ment of the University. They were constantly consulted 
in matters of doubt and difficulty, and they even at times 
took the initiative in regulating both University and 
College affairs. Latterly, although the Chancellor retained 
his position as head of the University, and was still con- 
sidered its fountain of honour, it was not required that he 
should reside within its precincts or even in its vicinity, 
or that he should take any active share in its government 
or discipline. He continued, however, to be consulted on 
all matters bearing upon the welfare of the University, and 
was also looked upon as conservator of its privileges, an 
office held at one time by the Archdeacon of St Andrews.^ 
By the Act of 1858 the Chancellor's authority was further 
extended by the provision that all improvements effected in 
the internal arrangements of the University must receive 
his sanction. 

It very seldom happened that the Chancellor found it 
convenient to confer degrees in person. This part of 
his duty was almost invariably performed by his deputy, 
the Vice-Chancellor, when there was one, or by a Promotor 
appointed by the University when there was no Vice- 
Chancellor. At the union of the Colleges in 1747 the 
office of Vice-Chancellor was vacant. The Duke of Cum- 
berland, who had been elected Chancellor in the previous 
year, was informed that it would be universally acceptable 
to the University if His Royal Highness would be pleased 
to re-appoint Provost Young, the previous Vice-Chancellor, 
to the office. But the Duke was apparently too busy with 
his military campaign to attend to so small a matter, and 
no appointment was made during his tenure of office. Some 
time after the Earl of Kinnouirs election to the Chancellor- 
ship he was requested to nominate a Vice-Chancellor, but 
he declined to do so, preferring that *' things should go on 

' Evidence, p. 358. 



THE RECTOR xvii 

in the same manner as formerly.** And so they did go on 
until 23rd December 1859 when, in conformity with the 
Universities (Scotland) Act of 1858, the Duke of Argyll 
appointed Principal TuUoch Vice- Chancellor. With the 
exception of a few weeks in 1862, when Principal Forbes 
was Vice-Chancellor, Principal Tulloch held the office till 
his death in 1886. He was succeeded in the same year by 
Principal Donaldson, the only other Vice-Chancellor during 
the period under consideration. So completely did the 
office of Vice-Chancellor disappear from the University 
that for more than a hundred years no allusion was made 
to it in the preamble of diplomas issued to graduates. 
During all that time degrees were conferred by the Rector, 
acting in the capacity of Promotor. If the Rector happened 
to be absent, or indisposed, when a degree fell to be con- 
ferred, the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, or some other 
member of the University, was chosen Promotor for the 
particular occasion. In i860 the Vice-Chancellor resumed 
his ancient function of conferring degrees, and the term 
Promotor very soon passed out of use except as a con- 
venient (and quite legitimate^) designation of the Dean, 
or other Professor, who presents the graduands of his 
Faculty to the Vice-Chancellor for their degrees. 

From 1747 to 1859 ^^^ resident head of the University 
and president of the Senatus Academicus was the Rector — 
frequently, but seldom officially, called the Lord Rector. 
From 1859 to 1889 these offices devolved, ex officio^ upon 
the senior Principal in the University, and from 1890 on- 
wards upon the Principal of the United College who, under 
the Universities (Scotland) Act of 1889, became also Princi- 
pal of the University. From 1747 to 1859 the Rector held 
office for one year only ; from 1859 onwards he was elected 
for a period of three years. 

The right to take part in the election of the Rector 
appears to have been enjoyed by all the students under the 

^ At Bologna "the candidate was then introduced to the Archdeacon and 
Doctors by the presenting Doctor or Promotor as he was styled." Rashdall : 
' UniTersities of Europe in the Middle Ages,' vol. i. p. 227. 



xviii THE RECTOR 

original constitution of the University. In 1475 this right 
was withdrawn altogether and the election confined to 
Doctors, Masters, and Graduates. It was restored, however, 
in 1625, by an act of a Royal visitation ; ^ but in course of 
time the statute of 1475 was reverted to. From 1747 to 
1825 the right of election was confined to the Principals and 
Professors, the students of St Mary's College, and the third 
and fourth year students of the United College.^ In 1826 
the Act of 1625 was rediscovered, and, having never actually 
been repealed, was once more put in force, so that from 
that date all matriculated students again had a voice in 
the election of the Rector.* 

Down to 1859 the rectorial election was conducted by 
Nations. Each of the four Nations elected an Intrant, 
and these four Intrants met and elected the Rector. In the 
event of an equality of votes among the Intrants, the re- 
tiring Rector had a casting vote. A majority of votes in 
each of the four Nations does not appear to have been 
necessary to secure election. The Nations had never been 
very clearly defined in the older statutes, and so differences 
of opinion prevailed as to their respective boundaries. The 
matter was taken up and dealt with by the Senatus in 1826, 
when the following classification by shires and stewartries 
was adopted: — 

FiFANi. — Natives of Fife, Kinross, Clackmannan, and 

Perthshire south of the Tay. 
Angusiani. — Natives of Forfar, Perth north of the Tay, 
Kincardine, Aberdeen, Banff, Moray, Nairn, Inverness 
exclusive of the Isles, Ross, Sutherland, Cromarty, 
Caithness, and Orkney. 
LoTHiANi. — Natives of Linlithgow, Edinburgh, Hadding- 
ton, Peebles, Selkirk, Berwick, and Roxburgh. 
Albani. — Natives of Dumfries, Kirkcudbright, Wigtown, 
Ayr, Renfrew, Bute, Lanark, Dumbarton, Stirling, 
Argyle, the Western Isles, and all who were not 
natives of Scotland. 
Voting by Nations ceased in 1859, when the Scottish 

* Evidence, p. 203. ' Ibid., p. 9. ' Ibid., p. 238. 



THE RECTOR xix 

University Commissioners ordained that the election of 
the Rector should in future be determined by a general 
p>oIl of the matriculated students.^ At the same time the 
Professors lost the privilege of taking part in the election, 
which they had enjoyed from the earliest timed. 

After the union of the Colleges only four persons were 
eligible for the office of Rector — viz., the Principal of 
the United College, the Principal of St Mary's College, the 
Professor of Divinity, and the Professor of Church History. 
These were known as the " viri rectorales," of one or the • 
other of whom the electors were bound to make choice. 
It had been enacted by a Royal visitation in 1597 "that na 
Rector salbe reiterat in tyme cuming, bot efter thrie yeiris 
space."* If this enactment had remained operative the 
" viri rectorales " would simply have held office in rotation 
and the election would have been reduced to a mere form. 
As it was, the election lost much of its interest by the very 
limited choice open to the electors, and by the fact that 
the issue was almost in every case a foregone conclusion. 
In 1825 a strong feeling prevailed among the students that 
the restriction was unnecessary and detrimental to the 
interests of the University, while many of them doubted if 
it rested on anything more substantial than use and wont. 
They accordingly took the bold step of electing an "ex- 
trinsic " Rector in the person of Sir Walter Scott, who was 
speedily declared to be ineligible. The matter being now 
brought to a point, the whole question of the Rectorship 
was carefully investigated by a committee of the Senatus, 
with the result that the restriction was proved to be in 
exact accordance with the "fundamental statutes and im- 
memorial practice of the University." The students there- 
upon petitioned the Senatus to remove the limitation, but 
the Senatus silenced them for a time by informing them 
that there was "no individual of that body who would 
agree to the extension sought, without such a restriction 
of the right of voting as would effectually prevent cabals 
among the students . • • and would in fact render it a 

* OrdinaDce No. 4. ^ Evidence, p. 197. 



XX THE RECTOR 

matter of little importance to the students on what re- 
spectable person the choice might fall."^ 

In 1843, when the events just narrated had been for- 
gotten, the Intrants, with the concurrence of their con- 
stituents, made another effort to secure an outside Rector 
by unanimously electing Dr Thomas Chalmers. They were 
immediately called before the Senatus to answer for their 
conduct in violating the statutes of the University. One 
of their number submitted to an admonition and was dis- 
charged. The others refused to be admonished, and 
declined the jurisdiction of the Senatus in the matter; 
whereupon sentence of expulsion from the University was 
pronounced upon them. Fortunately for the students the 
St Andrews University Commissioners of 1840 were still 
sitting and inquiring into other disputes connected with 
the Rectorship, After maturely considering all the circum- 
stances connected with the case of the offending Intrants, 
the Commissioners recalled the sentence of expulsion, upon 
the tender of a sufficient apology. The Commissioners, 
however, held that the election of Dr Chalmers, being 
contrary to the statutes of the University, as they had 
been from time immemorial understood and interpreted, 
was properly declared null and void by the Senatus.^ 

The next and final attempt at reform was begun in 1856 
when, at the instance of Sir David Brewster, the "viri 
rectorales" were appointed a committee to inquire into 
the system of electing the Rector and to consider what 
modifications of the system might be practicable and ex- 
pedient. This committee made no report until on the eve 
of the election of 1858, when Professor Brown, the retiring 
Rector, was authorised to make a statement on the subject 
to the Comitia. On the day of election Professor Brown, 
having demitted office, made formal reference to the dis- 
advantages of the existing system of electing the Rector, 
and to the desirability of introducing such changes as 
might render what had become a mere mechanical form 

^ Evidence, p. 267. 

^ Report of Commissioners, Appendix No. XI. 



THE RECTOR xxi 

the free untrammelled exercise of an independent right, 
and, in some way and measure suited to the times, restore 
the office to the importance and influence which belonged 
to it as originally constituted. It was proposed that a 
committee be appointed to consider the whole subject, 
and to take competent legal opinion on the changes thought 
to be desirable. But the meeting was ripe for action, and 
the proposal to hand the matter over to another committee 
was defeated. On proceeding to vote, two Intrants sup- 
ported Professor Buist and two Sir Ralph Anstruther. 
Professor Brown thereupon gave his casting vote in favour 
of Sir Ralph on the ground that a majority of the students 
wished an extraneous Rector. The validity of the election 
having been called in question, the whole circumstances 
were explained to Lord Advocate Inglis, who saw no 
ground for objection to the new departure, and recom- 
mended the Senatus to go on to the completion of the 
act by installing the Rector who had been chosen. On 
i8th March Sir Ralph Anstruther formally accepted office 
and was duly installed on 25th March. AH further oc- 
casion for dispute was removed by the Universities (Scot- 
land) Act, passed a few months later, which completely 
reversed the previous practice by disqualifying all Principals 
and Professors from holding the office of Rector. 

The limitation of the Rectorship to two Principals and 
two Professors led to various anomalies which the Act of 
1858 entirely removed. The Principals, as heads of their 
Colleges, presided at all College meetings, but at University 
meetings both they and the senior Professors not in- 
frequently found themselves presided over by a new and 
inexperienced Professor of Divinity or Church History. 
Principal Tulloch's reason for declining office in 1855 was 
a very sensible one — viz., his recent appointment to the 
Principalship and his inadequate knowledge of University 
business. Not one of the eight Professors of the United 
College, however experienced and competent, could hold 
the office of Rector, while only one of the three Professors 
of St Mary's College was excluded. During the period of 



xxii MATRICULATION 

112 years from 1747 to 1859 ^^e honour was almost equally 
divided between the Principal of St Mary's College and 
the Professor of Divinity, and between the Principal of the 
United College and the Professor of Church History. The 
Professor of Divinity was elected 36 times, the Principal 
of St Mary's College 35 times, the Principal of the United 
College 19 times, and the Professor of Church History 18 
times. Three extraneous Rectors were elected, but dis- 
qualified, and in one year there was no election. 

Matriculation is the act which admits a student to 
membership of a University. It consists in his taking the 
Sponsio Academica by entering his name in the Matricu- 
lation Album and in paying the dues which at the time 
happen to be exigible. From 1859 onwards the method 
of matriculating differed materially from that previously in 
vogue. The Senatus Academicus informed the Com- 
missioners of 1826 that "the Matriculation Roll of this 
University embraces the names of those students only who 
have for the first time, during the course of the particular 
session, studied at this University; but a number of them 
had previously studied at other Universities."^ Down to 
1859 a student thus matriculated once for all. By a single 
matriculation he practically became a life member of the 
University. He was at liberty to discontinue his studies 
and to resume them after any lapse of time at either 
College or in any Faculty without further enrolment. 
But, before he could be matriculated at all he had to be 
registered as a student in at least one class ; in other words, 
he had to be a member of a College before he could be a 
member of the University. Matriculation in those days 
came after class-registration, and did not as a rule take 
place until the session was well advanced. It was, more- 
over, an act attended with a certain amount of ceremony. 
On the day and at the hour specially set apart for the 
purpose the new students assembled class by class in the 
Library, where their names were enrolled in presence of 
the Rector. Those attending one or more junior classes 

^ Evidence, p. 252. 



MATRICULATION xxiii 

were generally introduced by the Professor of Greek; the 
others were accompanied by their respective Professors. 
Students who for any reason could not attend on the par- 
ticular day appointed for the general matriculation were 
enrolled at other times singly or in groups. Those who 
had previously attended other Universities did not require 
to matriculate (having done so elsewhere already), but were 
simply " received into the album," and held the status they 
had reached at their former University. There was no 
separate matriculation for students of St Mary's College. 
Students entering upon the study of Divinity who had 
passed through the United College were of course already 
members of the University, while those coming from out- 
side had only to be received into the album to enable them 
to rank as Incorporate 

In 1859 all this was changed. Matriculation then became 
the first formal act in a student's career. He had in fact 
to be a member of the University before he could be a 
member of a College. On November 12, 1859, the Senatus 
Academicus resolved that the Matriculation Roll should, 
in conformity with the practice of other Universities, be 
made up annually, and fixed the annual matriculation fee 
at half-a-crown. In 1862 annual matriculation was made 
statutory by the University Commissioners, who enacted 
that '* each student shall pay to the University a matricu- 
lation fee of one pound at the commencement of each 
winter session for the whole academical year then next 
eosuing."^ This fee was increased to one guinea by an 
ordinance of the Commissioners of 1889, which came into 
force in 1894.* At first it was attempted to overtake the 
matriculation of the whole of the students in one day, but 
this was soon found to be .impracticable, and the period 
during which a student might matriculate was extended to 
the first month or six weeks of the session, and sometimes 
even longer. Under the old regulations matriculation and 
class enrolment were two quite separate transactions. The 
one was a University affair, and the other a College affair. 

1 Ordinance No. 21, sect 14. ' Ordinance No. 50, sect. i. 



xxiv CURRICULUM OF STUDY 

For many years the Professors enrolled their students them- 
selves and collected the class -fees. These duties were 
afterwards performed by the Secretaries of the Colleges ; 
but the new ordinances largely disregarded the distinction 
between University and College, and so matriculation and 
class-enrolment became simultaneous transactions. 

Until the new regulations for graduation came into force 
in 1892 every regular student, especially if he were a bursar, 
entered upon a well-defined curriculum of study. This 
curriculum was the result of usage rather than of any 
special act of University legislation, but it was long some- 
what rigidly adhered to, and deviations from it were dis- 
countenanced unless they were justified by some peculiarity 
of circumstances.^ It consisted of a four years' course, corre- 
sponding to the old regenting quadrennium with the classes 
rearranged to suit the new order of things. Students were 
expected to begin with the language classes, to commence 
the study of Mathematics as early as possible, and to attend 
successively Logic, Moral Philosophy, and Natural Phil- 
osophy, each one session. History did not come within 
the scope of the curriculum, nor, of course, did Medicine. 
Latin and Greek were the favoured classes, and students 
were recommended to take them during all the sessions 
of their course. As a matter of actual practice many of 
them did so, and thus the senior classes of Latin and 
Greek largely outnumbered all the others. The taste for 
Mathematics developed slowly, and towards the end of the 
eighteenth century most students seem to have avoided 
the subject altogether. The following table, compiled from 
such statistics as are available, shows the average attend- 
ance at these classes during the five decades following 1790: — 

Senior Latin. - Senior Greek. Senior Mathematics. 



I79I- 


-1800 


516 


43 '4 


77 


I80I- 


-I8I0 


46-4 


427 


14-1 


I8II- 


-1820 


861 


78-6 


22*3 


I82I- 


-1830 


96-9 


90-9 


zy^ 


I83I- 


-1840 


511 


55-0 


23*5 




^ Evidence, p. 


285. 





CURRICULUiM OF STUDY xxv 

For more than a century after the union of the Colleges 
the normal Arts course was as follows : First Session — Latin, 
Greek ; Second Session — Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Logic ; 
Third Session — Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Moral Philos- 
ophy; Fourth Session — Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Natural 
Philosophy. Students were also recommended to avail 
themselves of the opportunity of attending History and 
Chemistry, and the lectures on such other subjects as were 
from time to time offered. After 1858 this programme 
underwent some revision to meet the requirements of the 
regulations for graduation in Arts then introduced. First 
Latin, First Greek, First Mathematics, and English Litera- 
ture were placed in the first session ; Second Latin, Second 
Greek, Second Mathematics, and Logic in the second session; 
Third Latin, Third Greek, Third Mathematics, and Moral 
Philosophy in the third session; Natural Philosophy and 
supplementary subjects in the fourth session. In 1888 
English Literature and Moral Philosophy were transferred 
to the fourth session. Logic and Natural Philosophy to the 
third session; but these rearrangements were suggestive 
rather than obligatory, and students were allowed a fair 
amount of latitude in the grouping of their seven compulsory 
subjects. After 1892 the grouping of classes by sessions 
was discontinued, as the regulations which then came into 
operation left students free to make their own choice in 
the order of their class attendances. 

The educational advantages of an extended curriculum 
and elective courses are doubtless great, but since their 
introduction an important element in the academical life 
of the past has begun to disappear. A uniform curriculum 
had helped to keep alive the feeling of class comradeship 
which prevailed in the days before Professors were called 
upon to teach specific subjects. Students who entered in 
the same year for the most part remained class-fellows 
throughout their whole course, and so came to know each 
other intellectually in a way that is no longer possible under 
a system which has opened up so many avenues to a 
common end. So great in this respect has been the breach 



xxvi THE UNITED COLLEGE 

with the past, that it is now possible for two students to go 
through their whole course simultaneously and obtain the 
same degree without ever meeting in a single class. 



THE UNITED COLLEGE. 

The United College was constituted by the union into 
one corporation of the College of St Salvator (founded by 
Bishop Kennedy in 1450) and the College of St Leonard 
(founded by Archbishop Alexander Stewart and Prior John 
Hepburn in 1512). This union was accomplished by Act 
of Parliament, and took effect from and after 24th June 
1747. Very little is known of the history of the movement 
in favour of union, and it seems to be impossible now to 
discover in which College the idea originated, and to whom 
belongs the credit of having carried it through.^ That many 
difficulties had to be overcome is evidenced by the fact 
that the negotiations extended over so long a period as 
nine years. As originally conceived, the scheme contem- 
plstted the union of all three Colleges, a proposal which the 
University on 14th August 1738 deemed to be "just and 
reasonable," and appointed a committee ** to draw up a 
state of the revenues of the several Colleges, the salaries 
of the several Masters, the manner of their election," &c., 
with a view to carrying it into effect. On 26th December 
1738 this committee reported that the Masters of St Mar}''s 
College had, after deliberation, declined to be united into 
one College with the two philosophy Colleges, and that 
therefore no "state" of that College was forthcoming. 
"States" of the Colleges of St Salvator and St Leonard 
were duly given in, whereupon the University, believing 
that the union would be very much to its advantage, 
recommended the Colleges "to proceed in that affair." No 

' Professor David Young was sent to London to procure the Act of union, and, 
on his return, received the thanks of the College "for his care and diligence in 
that matter." 



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further reference to the subject is met with until i8th 
November 1741, when the Principal of St Leonard's College 
reported to the Masters that the project of uniting the 
two Colleges was now so far advanced as to be ready to 
be laid before Parliament, and that it would be necessary 
to provide a fund to defray the expenses of obtaining an 
Act, By a majority of those present it was agreed to 
advance, from the funds of the College, a sum not exceeding 
;;£^6o for this purpose, provided a like sum was advanced 
by the Provost and Masters of St Salvator's College. 
Financial or other difficulties must have arisen, for it was 
not until 12th December 1746 that proposals for uniting 
the Colleges were finally adjusted and signed. 

The reasons for union, as set forth in the preamble to 
these proposals, were : (i) " the meanness of the Professors' 
salaries, which must needs be a discouragement to men of 
learning and abilities to accept of vacant professions " ; 
(2) the ruinous condition of one of the fabrics, not to be 
repaired and supported without an expense far exceeding 
what the public funds can afford; (3) the duty ''at least 
to attempt laying a foundation which hereafter may support 
this sinking though once flourishing University and give 
hopes of restoring it again to its former lustre." The 
proposals themselves dealt with the union of the Colleges, 
with the amalgamation and management of their respective 
funds and revenues, the redistribution of the professorships, 
the salaries of Principals and Professors, of patronage and 
other matters, which, as revised by Parliament, were after- 
wards embodied in the Act of union. The proposals were 
signed by three Professors of St Salvator's College, the 
Principal and three Professors of St Leonard's College, and 
by the Professors of Mathematics and Medicine, who be- 
longed to neither of these Colleges, but who were to be 
admitted members of the United College. The principal- 
ship of St Salvator's College and one of the professorships 
were at the time vacant. The three Professors who did 
not sign the proposals were those who had agreed to retire. 
The proposals, as submitted to Parliament, were thus 

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xxviii ACT OF UNION 

signed by the nine persons who became the first Principal 
and Professors of the United College. 

On 17th February 1747 a petition was presented to the 
House of Commons praying that leave might be given to 
bring in a bill for uniting the Colleges of St Salvator and 
St Leonard pursuant to the agreement and resolutions of 
the several Masters and Professors, if the same should 
appear for the advancement of learning and the better 
education of youth in the University of St Andrews. This 
petition was referred to the consideration of a committee 
consisting of all the Scotch members and thirty-seven 
others, with power to send for persons, papers, and records. 
The committee returned a favourable report on 30th March, 
when the House ordered that leave be given to bring in 
a bill for uniting these Colleges, and appointed Mr David 
Scott, Mr Thomas Erskine, and Sir Ludovic Grant to pre- 
pare and bring in the same. The bill was presented to 
the House and read a first time on 6th April, when the 
Chancellor of the Exchequer stated that the King, having 
been informed of the purport of the bill, had given his 
consent to it so far as his Majesty's interest was concerned. 
The bill was read a second time on loth April, and com- 
mitted to a committee of the whole House. On 27th 
April Lord Dupplin reported that the committee had gone 
through the bill and made several amendments thereunto 
which they had directed him to report to the House. It 
was ordered that the report be received on 29th April, on 
which day Lord Dupplin, according to order, submitted 
the bill with the committee's amendments. These were 
agreed to by the House and several additional amendments 
made, after which the bill with its amendments was ordered 
to be engrossed. On ist May the bill was read a third 
time, passed, and ordered to be sent to the House of Lords 
for their concurrence. The bill was introduced into the 
House of Lords and read a first time on 5th May. It was 
read a second time on 7th May, and referred to a committee 
for consideration. On nth May the Earl of Findlater 
reported that the committee had gone through the bill 
and examined the allegations thereof, which were found 



UNITED COLLEGE PROFESSORSHIPS xxix 

to be true, and that the committee had directed him to 
report the same to the House without any amendment. 
On 13th May the bill was read a third time and passed. 
This was reported to the House of Commons on 14th 
May, and the Act of union received the Royal assent 
on 17th June.^ 

The various clauses of the Act of union are substantially 
the same as the corresponding clauses of the signed pro- 
posals. A comparison of the two documents shows many 
verbal alterations and numerous changes of form and ex- 
pression but no essential departure from the scheme of union 
worked out by the Professors themselves. Only one of the 
amendments made by Parliament gave rise to friction ; but 
it only affected a minor financial arrangement which was 
soon satisfactorily adjusted. 

The union of the two Colleges involved the suppression 
of one principalship and four professorships. The principal- 
ship of St Salvator's College and one of its professorships 
being, as already stated, vacant at the time of union, were 
suppressed at once, while the professorships held by one 
member of St Salvator's College and by two members of 
St Leonard's College, who retired on full pay, were to be 
suppressed at their respective deaths. 

The United College, like its two predecessors, was a 
residential College, and consisted of a specific number of 
members. These were made up of one Principal, eight 
Professors, sixteen bursars on the original foundation, along 
with such others as might be separately provided for, and 
the necessary College servants. The first Principal of the 
United College was the Reverend Thomas Tullideph, 
formerly Principal of St Leonard's College. The following 
is a list of the professorial chairs, with the names of their 
first occupants as provided for by the Act of union : — 

Greek. — James Kemp, formerly Professor of Greek in 
St Salvator's College. 

^ Joamals of the House of Commons, vol. xxv. pp. 290-408 ; Journals of the 
House of Lords, vol. xxvii. pp. 110-113. The Act is 20 Geo. H. cap. 32. It 
was reprinted by the Commissioners of 1826 in Evidence, vol. iii. p. 278, and 
by the Commbsioners of 1889 in Deeds and Documents, p. 31. 



XXX UNITED COLLEGE PROFESSORSHIPS 

Logic, Rhetoric^ and Metaphysics, — Henry Rymer, formerly 
Professor of Philosophy in St Leonard's College. 

Ethics and Pneumatics. — John Young, formerly Professor 
of Philosophy in St Salvator's College. 

Natural and Experimental Philosophy. — David Young, for- 
merly Professor of Philosophy in St Leonard's College. 

Humanity. — Ninian Young, formerly Professor of Humanity 
in St Leonard's College. 

Civil History. — William Vilant, formerly Professor of 
Humanity in St Salvator's College. 

Mathematics. — David Gregory, formerly Professor of 
Mathematics in the University. 

Medicine. — Thomas Simson, formerly Professor of Medicine 
and Anatomy in the University. 

No enlargement of the professorial staff was contem- 
plated by the Act of union, and as a matter of fact one 
hundred and fifteen years had come and gone before a 
single new professorship was added to the College. In 
1808 Dr John Gray of Paddington, London, left a sum 
of money for the purpose of endowing a professorship of 
Chemistry. The sum received, after deducting legacy 
duty, was a small one for such a purpose, and it was found 
necessary to allow it to accumulate until 1840, when the 
first Professor of Chemistry was appointed. In the interval 
the teaching of Chemistry was, by a resolution of the 
Senatus, to be afterwards mentioned, assigned to the Pro- 
fessor of Medicine. This new Chair was looked upon as 
simply a private endowment, carrying with it no status 
either in College or University. In 1844, however, the Pro- 
fessor was received as a member of the Senatus Academicus 
and a University Professor; and in 1862 he was added to 
the list of Professors in the United College, with the proviso 
that he was not to be entitled to any payment out of the 
common stock or revenues of the College.^ 

The Chairs of Greek, Humanity, and Mathematics under- 
went no change, except that the Professors, who at first 
taught junior and senior classes only, afterwards taught 
a third or more advanced class. The third class in 

^ Ordinance No. 21, sect. 11. 



UNITED COLLEGE PROFESSORSHIPS xxxi 

Mathematics is said to have commenced so early as 1793, 
although no trace of it appears until 1822.^ The third 
classes in Greek and Humanity date from 1853. The Chair 
of Natural and Experimental Philosophy has likewise re- 
mained substantially the same, but the subject has under- 
gone considerable expansion. In place of a single course of 
lectures to one class, four courses of instruction were latterly 
given — viz., an elementary course of 100 lectures, an ad- 
vanced course of 60 lectures, and an elementary and ad- 
vanced course of training in Practical Physics. 

English Literature was introduced into the curriculum in 
1861 under the Universities Act of 1858, and the teaching 
of the subject was assigned to the Professor of Logic, 
Rhetoric, and Metaphysics. This combination lasted ex- 
actly thirty years. Professor Henry Jones being the last 
Professor of Logic to deliver a course of lectures on English 
Literature, in 1891-92. From 1892-93 to 1896-97 a full 
course of lectures on the English Language and Literature 
was delivered by Professor M'Cormick of University Col- 
lege, Dundee, under a special agreement sanctioned by 
the University Commissioners. On 15th January 1897 an 
ordinance founding the Berry Chair of English Literature 
was approved by the Queen in Council, and on 14th March 
the Reverend Alexander Lawson, B.D., was appointed its 
first occupant. 

The professorship of Ethics and Pneumatics was soon 
changed to Moral Philosophy. It was afterwards expanded 
to Moral Philosophy and Political Economy, but it was 
again restricted to Moral Philosophy by an ordinance of 
15th January 1897.* Political Economy was first taught in 
the United College by the Professor of Moral Philosophy 
about 1818-19, but not apparently as a separate class. 
Professor Chalmers began on his own initiative to lecture 
on Political Economy, and taught separate classes during 
the last three years of his tenure of office (1825-26 to 
1827-28). These classes were attended by 35, 29, and 28 
students respectively. His successor, Dr George Cook, 
continued the two subjects in the same class, although 

^ Evidence, p. 333. ^ Ordinance No. 48, sect. 5. 



xxxii UNITED COLLEGE PROFESSORSHIPS 

there were occasionally students of Political Economy who 
were not students of Moral Philosophy, and vice versa. This 
appears to have been the practice followed by Professors 
Ferrier, Flint, and Knight — all students of Moral Philosophy 
being returned as students of Political Economy. The 
subject was dropped from the curriculum altogether when 
the new regulations for graduation in Arts came into force 
in 1892, and was not again restored within the period 
covered by this volume. 

The professorship of Civil History was the only new 
Chair founded by the Act of union, and unhappily it turned 
out to be a failure from the first. Not one of the holders 
of the Chair was able to carry on a regular class for any 
length of time. Professor Forrest (1765-73), in default of 
students of History, is reported to have taught Modern 
Languages. He had evidently been a person of some versa- 
tility, for he was afterwards transferred to the Chair of 
Natural Philosophy. His successor, Professor Cleghorn, 
was scarcely more successful, although certain bursars were 
for a time taken bound to attend his class. Professor 
Adamson (1793-1808) adopted the plan of delivering short 
courses of lectures free, and so attracted an average of over 
a dozen hearers. Professor Ferrie (1808-50) admitted to the 
University Commissioners in 1827 that his Chair had been a 
sinecure, so far as lecturing was concerned, ever since he had 
it, and he suggested that on its becoming vacant it should 
be converted into a Chair of Modern Languages — a sugges- 
tion which the Commissioners adopted. But he withdrew 
this suggestion when the commission of 1840 visited St 
Andrews, on the ground that Modern Languages were 
sufficiently provided for in the Madras College, then 
recently founded, and that students had been for some years 
attending his classes in considerable numbers. When the 
Chair became vacant in 1850, the Senatus requested the 
Patron to select a person competent to teach Natural 
History, and on the understanding that he would teach 
it in all its branches. The Patron agreed, and presented 
Dr William Macdonald to the Chair of Civil History on the 



UNITED COLLEGE PROFESSORSHIPS xxxiii 

understanding that he would also teach Natural History, 
This anomalous combination was formally sanctioned by 
ordinance in 1862, the Professor of Civil History being 
made also Professor of Natural History, and a member of 
the Faculty of Medicine,^ The experiment did not improve 
matters much. Professor Macdonald is credited with one 
class in Civil History and six classes in Natural History 
during his twenty-five years' occupancy of the Chair. In 
1861 a statement was industriously circulated to the effect 
that Dr Macdonald was usually domiciled in Edinburgh 
during the University session at St Andrews, and that he 
did not lecture there ; but the Professor was able to produce 
evidence from former students that he had conducted classes 
at least to the extent mentioned. His course in Natural 
History extended to fifty lectures only, and included Miner- 
alogy, Geology, and Zoology. Under Professors Nicholson 
and M'Intosh classes in Natural History only were offered, 
— the former teaching Zoology and Geology in alternate 
years, and the latter confining himself to Zoology. 

The Chair of Medicine was even less successful than the 
Chair of Civil History. The first three occupants of it are 
not known to have lectured regularly to students on any 
branch of Medicine, but they appear to have " demonstrated 
the skeleton " and given instruction in Practical Pharmacy 
occasionally. When the Chair became vacant in 1811, 
Dr Robert Briggs was appointed to teach Chemistry and 
Chemical Pharmacy, which he did until his death in 1841. 
His successor, Professor John Reid, lectured on Descriptive 
and Comparative Anatomy and on General Physiology from 
1841 to 1849. From 1849 to 1863 Professor George Edward 
Day held classes regularly for instruction in General Physi- 
ology and Comparative Anatomy. From 1863 to 1896 
Physiology only was taught, the object of the course being 
to instruct the general student, as well as the student of 
Medicine, in the Anatomy and Physiology of the human 
body and in the more essential departments of sanitary 
science. 

' Ordinance No. 21, sect. 8. 



xxxiv UNIVERSITY LECTURERS 

In 1876 a Chair of the Theory, History, and Practice of 
Education was founded by the trustees of Dr Andrew Bell, 
a native of St Andrews, and a former student and graduate 
of the University. Although associated with the United 
College, the Chair of Education was a University Chair, 
and no class-room was provided for it in the College build- 
ings. The Professor had either to obtain the loan of a 
class-room or lecture in his own house (which he frequently 
did). This Chair did not at first attract many students, but 
its inclusion in the Arts curriculum under the new regula- 
tions of 1892 led to a marked improvement in this respect. 

Ordinance No. 17 (1892) of the Scottish Universities 
Commission empowered the University Court, after con- 
sultation with the Senatus Academicus, to appoint Lec- 
turers in any subject not already taught within the Uni- 
versity. Under this ordinance University Lecturers were 
appointed in the following subjects up to 30th September 
1897 : Botany, French, History, Anatomy, Materia Medica, 
Physiology, and Modern Greek. 

Some elementary instruction in Botany had been given 
in the United College more than fifty years previously in 
the courses of lectures in Natural History delivered by 
Mr John Gibson Macvicar in sessions 1825-26 and 1826-27.^ 
It was also to some extent treated of in the lectures of the 
professors of Natural History from 1850 onwards; but it 
was not until 1888 that it was taught systematically as a 
specific subject. In that and the two following years Dr 
John Hardie Wilson delivered lectures on Botany, quali- 
fying for graduation in Medicine and Science in all the 
Scottish Universities. In addition to lecturing, Dr Wilson 
spent much time in laying out a botanic garden suitable 
for teaching purposes. This nucleus of the later and 
larger University botanic garden was opened by Professor 
M'Intosh on 28th June 1889. Finding little inducement 
to carry on the work, Dr Wilson accepted another appoint- 
ment and was succeeded by Mr R. A. Robertson in 1890. 
Shortly afterwards, Dr Hugh F. C. Cleghorn of Stra- 

^ Evidence, p. 158. 



UNIVERSITY LECTURERS xxxv 

vithie gifted £1000 towards the endowment of a Botanic 
lectnreship or future Chair in the United College, and on 
6th April 1891 Mr Robertson was appointed the first regular 
University Lecturer in Botany. Winter and summer 
courses in Botany (theoretical and practical) were then 
instituted in the Faculties of Arts, Science, and Medicine. 
The first University Lecturer on the French Language 
and Literature was appointed on 3rd December 1892. On 
22nd September 1894 the scope of the lectureship was 
extended so as to include Romance Philology. French 
was thus the first modem foreign language to receive re- 
cognition as a subject qualifying for graduation in the 
University. But the subject was not a new one to the 
St Andrews student. In November 1755 Mr Percival 
Stockdale, with the approbation of the Professors, under- 
took to teach a French class, but as he left the College to 
enter the army in the following February, the experiment 
was a very brief one.^ On 19th November 1773 the Rector 
laid before a meeting of the University a letter from the 
Town Council acquainting them that the town had agreed 
to gfive Mr M'Gregor £5 sterling annually as a teacher 
of French in this place, provided the University give him 
£15 sterling annually.* This proposal was referred to the 
consideration of the two Colleges, and a year later (14th 
November 1774) a committee was appointed "to settle 
the matter with the French master." No further reference 
to Mr M*Gregor has been found, but on 15th May 1782 
Mr Charles Pepper, French teacher, is reported to be on 
the point of leaving St Andrews and in need of money. 
The United College resolved to give him £5 as its just pro- 
portion, while St Mary's College agreed "to allow him 
fifty shillings sterling providing he shall remove himself 
peaceably without giving them any trouble." The next 
mention of the subject is on 4th January 1794, when a 

' ' Memoin,' toI. L p. 235. 

' Mr Dancm M'Gregor was teacher of French in Perth Academy from 1768 
^1 1795- H^ ofiered to come to St Andrews if an annaal salary of £^^ "viras 
gnuanteed to him, but there is no evidence that he ever left Perth. 



xxxvi UNIVERSITY LECTURERS 

letter from Mr Stewart of St Fort relating to the appoint- 
ment of a French teacher was read. The Rector was 
directed to reply that the University entertained a just 
sense of the importance of that branch of education, but 
had been discouraged from renewing the establishment 
of a French teacher on account of repeated disappoint- 
ments with regard to the character of the person who 
had previously acted in that capacity. What the Uni- 
versity required was ** one who is not a provincial, is 
qualified to teach French grammatically, and who knows 
so much of English as to be easily understood by his 
scholars." It was also desirable, though not essential, 
that he should be able to teach Drawing. After some 
correspondence with Mr Stewart, and Dr Carmichael 
Smyth of London, Monsieur Lagrandierre, a native of 
France, was induced to come to St Andrews and to 
take up the duties of French master in the United Col- 
lege. He continued to hold the appointn>ent until April 
1802 when, owing to failing health, he resolved to return 
to France. On his resignation being intimated, the Rector 
was appointed to express to him the sense which the Uni- 
versity entertained of the propriety of his conduct, and 
the elegance of his manners, and their earnest wishes 
for his health and happiness in his native country. He 
also received a parting gift of twenty guineas as an ex- 
pression of the esteem and regard in which he was held 
by the University. Steps were immediately taken to ap- 
point a successor to M. Lagrandierre, and on 6th August 
1802 the Reverend James Hunter, Minister of Dunino, 
was unanimously elected French teacher during the pleasure 
of the University. Two years later Mr Hunter was ap- 
pointed Professor of Logic, and as he expressed a wish 
to continue teaching French, he was allowed to do so 
on relinquishing the salary attached to that office and 
contenting himself with the fees. This arrangement seems 
to have lasted until 1817, when the Principal and Masters 
of the United College authorised M. Samuel Messieux to 
open a class in the College for the instruction of students 



UNIVERSITY ASSISTANTS xxxvii 

in French. On 8th January 1834 M. Messieux was ap- 
pointed first teacher of Modern Languages in the newly 
founded Madras College, St Andrews, his chief recom- 
mendation being that he had most successfully taught a 
French class in the University in connection with the 
United College, Notwithstanding this appointment, M. 
Messieux retained his position in the University until his 
retirement in 1854 5 ^^^9 according to the annual advertise- 
ment of the College classes, he offered instruction in German 
and Italian as well.^ There is, unfortunately, no record of 
the number of students who attended these French classes, 
but there must have been enough to justify their existence, 
or the University would not have continued so long to 
make provision for them. 

The remaining lectureships having been instituted so late 
as 1896, were only available to those students who matricu- 
lated in the last year included in this volume. With the 
exception of Modern Greek (which was financed by the 
Marquess of Bute), all the subjects had, like Botany and 
French, already been taught in the University. History 
had indeed been a separate professorship, while Anatomy, 
Materia Medica, and Physiology had been lectured upon at 
one time or other by the Professor of Medicine. It is worth 
recording, however, that the lectureship in Physiology (also 
at first provided by the Marquess of Bute) was held for 
two years by the first lady-lecturer in the University. 

Although lying outside the University curriculum, notice 
may properly be taken here of the Gifford lectureship, 
founded in 1887 " for promoting, advancing, teaching, and 
diffusing the study of Natural Theology, in the widest sense 
of that term." 

Beginning with the academical year 1892-93, the teach- 
ing staff" of the College was augmented by the appointment 
of University Assistants to most of the Professors, under 
the same ordinance that made provision for Lecturers. 

^ On 22nd October 1852 a Lieut. Torckler petitioned the College for the use 
of a room in which to teach the French language, but the College declined to 
accede to the request. 



xxxviii UNITED COLLEGE BURSARIES 

Assistants had from time immemorial been employed by 
Professors in the work of their classes, but these were 
almost always private assistants, appointed and paid for 
by the Professors themselves. Some of them were indeed 
more than assistants, and practically had entire charge of 
the class-work. Thus, in the time of Professor Nicolas 
Vilant the Mathematical classes were taught by assistants 
for many years in succession, the Professor himself being 
seldom able to leave his room on account of ill-health. 
The new University Assistants, on the contrary, were to 
be recognised officials of the University, and entitled to 
various academical privileges. The right of Professors to 
employ private assistants was not withdrawn by the ordin- 
ance, but these assistants were prohibited from taking part 
in the public work of the classes without the permission 
of the University Court. 

The Act of union made provision for the maintenance of 
sixteen bursars in the United College. Six of these were 
on the foundation of St Salvator's College, and ten upon 
the foundation of St Leonard's College. There were in 
addition four servers, who in return for board and lodging 
on the same scale as the Foundation bursars performed 
menial duties connected with the College tables. The 
value of each Foundation bursary was at first £s, lis. id., 
and that sum was paid to any bursar who obtained per- 
mission to live outside the College walls. This equivalent 
was increased in 1820 to £8, and in 1829 to jf 10, which 
remained the normal value of all Foundation bursaries till 
1895 — a proposal to raise it to 3^12 having been rejected in 
1831. From 1878 onwards, through the generosity of 
several citizens of Dundee, some of these bursaries were, 
however, considerably increased in value. In 1895 ten of 
these bursaries and serverships were combined so as to 
form five bursaries of £20 each, the other ten being con- 
tinued at jf 10 each as before. 

At the time of the union these were the only bursaries 
open to competition by students entering the College. 
Although originally intended for poor students only, poverty 



UNITED COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS xxxix 

alone was never a sufficient qualification to hold them. 
And so on 12th October 1747 it was agreed that the Foun- 
dation bursaries should be disposed of by comparative trial, 
the presumption no doubt being that only those who really 
required them would compete for them. At first the ex- 
amination was confined to the Latin language ; Greek 
and Mathematics were afterwards added; and ultimately 
Modem Languages and Dynamics. 

About a dozen presentation or preference bursaries had 
been founded in the two Colleges previous to 1747. These 
passed to the United College, which in some cases ad- 
ministered the funds, although the bursars were usually 
presented by private patrons, who did not always take the 
intellectual attainments of their presentees into account. 
Only three additional bursaries were founded in the second 
half of the eighteenth century ; but the number of foun- 
dations increased so steadily in the nineteenth century that 
in 1896 the College was in possession of over one hundred 
bursaries ranging in value from 3^5 to 3^50 each per annum. 
Although the eleemosynary character of the bursary system 
has not been altogether swept away, there has been a con- 
stant tendency to award not only competitive bursaries 
but also presentation bursaries on the basis of merit alone. 
The requirements of the preliminary examination instituted 
in 1892 render this course almost unavoidable, while the in- 
creased facilities for obtaining secondary education through- 
oat the country make it more easy of accomplishment- 
Scholarships were first instituted in the United College 
in 1862 by a supplementary ordinance of the Scottish Uni- 
versities Commission, which utilised for that purpose the 
surplus revenue of the Ramsay foundation, dating from 
1681. The Ramsay scholarships were succeeded by the 
Guthrie scholarships in 1864, by the Bruce scholarships in 
1865, ^od ^y ^^^ Berry scholarships in 1895. In 1896 the 
number of scholarships in the College was thirteen — two of 
the annual value of about £40 each, tenable for four years ; 
two of the annual value of £50 each, tenable for two years ; 
five of the annual value of £100 each, tenable for one or 



xl UNITED COLLEGE PRIZES 

two years; and four tenable for four years — value for the 
first year, 3^100, and 3^50 for each of the following years. 

The prizes attached to the United College are all of 
nineteenth - century foundation. Soon after his election 
to the Chancellorship of the University in 1765, the Earl 
of KinnouU offered a variety of prizes or premiums for 
competition annually. For a time his lordship came regu- 
larly to St Andrews and presented them in person at a 
public exhibition, when the successful essayists read their 
compositions aloud. The morals of the time were lax, 
and competitors did not scruple to obtain illicit help in 
the composition of their themes. The prizes came to be 
looked upon as a hindrance rather than an aid to real 
scholarship, so on the election of a new Chancellor in 
1788 they were, by the advice of the Senatus, discon- 
tinued. In 1808 Dr John Gray of Paddington founded a 
prize for the best essay on some prescribed subject in 
literature ' or philosophy. In 1834 Dr John Carstairs of 
Stratford Green founded prizes in connection with the 
Mathematical classes, and these were supplemented in the 
same department by the Duncan prize, founded in 1858 
in memory of Professor Duncan, and by the Tullis prizes, 
founded in 1876 by William Tullis, Esquire of Rothes, 
Markinch. In 1853 Henry Miller, Esquire, London, a 
native of Scotland, founded a number of prizes, amount- 
ing in all to about 3^60 a-year, for the encouragement 
of learning in the College. In 1895 these prizes were 
combined into two, to be awarded on a higher standard 
of examination. In 1865 a prize of ^fio for excellence 
in the study of Logic and Metaphysics was instituted 
by Mrs Tyndall Bruce of Falkland, and in 1887 a 
Chemistry prize, of about the same value, by Mr Walter 
Forrester, a graduate in Arts of the University. Over and 
above these endowed prizes, the Senatus Academicus, and 
afterwards the University Court, granted an allowance for 
class prizes and medals at the close of every session. 

As already mentioned, one of the reasons for uniting the 
two Colleges was that the fabric of one of them was in such 



UNITED COLLEGE BUILDINGS xli 

a ruinous condition that it could not be repaired nor sup- 
ported without an expenditure far exceeding what its public 
funds could afford. This could only apply to St Salvator's 
College, because the buildings of St Leonard's College had 
been repaired and largely rebuilt within the first thirty years 
of the century, and so could scarcely have been in so ruinous 
a state in 1747. But when the union was accomplished 
and it became necessary to decide which of the two was 
to be the home of the United College, the choice fell upon 
the dilapidated pile in North Street. On 8th July 1747 
"the Masters considering that it will be proper after the 
commencement of the next session of College to lodge all 
the students in one College they appoint ... a committee 
to visit both Colleges to see which of them will be most con- 
venient for that end, and to report.'* Next day the com- 
mittee reported "it was their opinion that St Salvator's 
College would be most convenient for lodging the students, 
if it was repaired, which they thought might be done at no 
great expense, and that until it was repaired the students 
might be lodged in St Leonard's College. Of which report 
the Masters approved and resolved accordingly ; and they 
further recommend to the former committee to call trades- 
men to see how the said reparations of St Salvator's College 
may be done most efficiently and on least expense, and that 
in the scheme of the said reparation they lay out schools 
for the several Masters, and a convenient fine room for 
keeping the papers of the United College." 

The committee was called upon several times to report 
its diligence, but made no response, and the matter lay in 
abeyance till loth June 1748, when a proposal was made 
to repair St Salvator's College for the reception of the 
students against the next session. The Principal gave it 
^ bis opinion that this design ought to be delayed at least 
till the debt contracted on account of uniting the two 
Colleges was paid off;^ but the majority of the Masters, 
being of a contrary opinion, appointed a committee to 
survey the rooms and see how many of them might be 

' Tbe expenses incurred in procuring the Act of union amounted to jfsdj, 8s. 6d. 



xlii UNITED COLLEGE BUILDINGS 

fitted up for lodging the students and to bring in an esti- 
mate of the expense of that reparation. On 13th June this 
committee reported that they had surveyed the rooms and 
had found no less than thirty-two rooms which might easily 
be fitted up for lodgings, besides six schools. Some minor 
repairs were forthwith effected, but very little money was 
spent on the old buildings during the next few years. On 
13th May 1754 it was agreed, on the report of a committee 
appointed on 3rd April, to make certain alterations on the 
west wing (involving the demolition of a projecting building 
known as "Montrose's chambers'*), and also to employ an 
architect to make a plan of a building the whole length 
of the north side of the area. Plans and estimates for the 
new building were submitted on 25th May, and contracts 
were signed for carrying out one half of the scheme, con- 
sisting of ten rooms and two schools. This new building 
was "founded" on 8th July 1754. It is not easy to follow, 
in the College records, the various stages of its erection, 
but it appears to have been completed by 1757, and to have 
cost 3^1467, i6s. 5d. It was a long narrow building three 
storeys in height, with an open arcade of thirteen arches 
running from end to end of the south side. A good deal 
of old material from the building which it superseded was 
used in its construction, and altogether it must have been 
of a somewhat flimsy nature. It was covered with blue 
slates specially brought by sea from the west of England, 
but these were condemned as ** quite faulty and insufficient " 
in 1769, and ordered to be taken off and replaced with grey 
slates from Arbroath. Even then the roof must have been 
far from satisfactory, for in 1796 it underwent further repairs 
at a cost of 3^82, 14s. 8>^d. On 29th January 1763 a plan 
and estimates were obtained for the erection of a building, 
"three stairs high three rooms in length," on the east of 
the College area. The probable cost of this building was 
to have been 3^660, 13s. sd., but the Masters delayed going 
on with it, and nothing more is heard of it. In the summer 
of the same year additions on a small scale were carried 
out on the south side of the area, immediately behind the 



UNITED COLLEGE BUILDINGS xliii 

church and westwards from the vestry, which was also in- 
cluded in the reparation. These additions were more of 
the nature of domestic offices, except that the remains of 
a chapel at the north-west corner of the church were re- 
paired and heightened so as to be made capable of accom- 
modating students. The cost of these operations amounted 
to £94, 15s. 8d., and they were to be completed before the 
opening of the session. No further extensions of the fabric 
were made during the eighteenth century, but a good deal 
of money was annually required to keep the existing build- 
ings in repair. 

Although sums amounting to about 3^5500 had been ex- 
pended in the erection and repair of the College buildings 
between 1747 and 1824, the Commissioners of 1826 found 
them to be in a lamentable condition. A committee of 
their number made a special inspection of them on 31st 
July 1827 and reported in these terms : " The western part 
is extremely old, and appears entirely ruinous and incapable 
of repair. In this portion most of the class-rooms are con- 
tainedy and these are extremely mean, small, confined, and 
insufficient; not in general fit to accommodate the classes 
without the risk of detriment to the health of the Professors 
and students. The remainder of the fabric of the United 
College, although erected at a much more recent period, is 
also in a most dilapidated state. Some of the class-rooms 
are in this part of the building. But they are entirely unfit 
(or that purpose, and there is no part of the building which 
could be so altered as to afford the accommodation neces- 
sary for the classes of the College. The building is too 
narrow to admit of any such alteration, even if the fabric 
is considered to be sufficient, which appears to be extremely 
doubtful." ^ The evidence given a few days later by several 
of the Professors was equally strong. Professor John 
Hunter said the buildings generally were in very bad repair. 
Ever since he knew the College the east side of the area 
had been quite ruinous and dilapidated. The north building 
was in the opinion of tradesmen in a very bad state both 

* Evidence, p. 5. 

d 



xliv UNITED COLLEGE BUILDINGS 

as regards walls and timber. The west building was so 
much off the perpendicular that it had been necessary to 
bind the walls together with cross-beams. He was ashamed 
when any person from a distance wished to see the College, 
the exterior of it was so discreditable. Professor Jackson 
thought an entirely new set of class-rooms was required. 
Some of them were tolerably good, but they were for the 
most part too low in the roof and too narrow and confined. 
The whole place was in such a condition that without a 
new building it could not be shown without shame to any 
stranger, especially to any Englishman. Professor Duncan 
also complained of the inadequacy of the class-rooms, and 
described the general appearance of the buildings as cer- 
tainly not respectable for a great seminary of education, and 
apt to degrade it in the eyes of the students as well as of 
the public. Professor Chalmers said that his own class- 
room was a very mean and shabby-looking place. They 
"should not only have a complete suit of class-rooms, but 
a fabric of somewhat creditable aspect, that would announce 
itself to be a College, and not be mistaken for an old 
cotton-mill." ^ 

Lord Melville, the Chancellor of the University, had 
already been urging upon Government the necessity of 
repairing or rebuilding the College fabric, and plans of the 
old and ruinous buildings and of the College grounds had 
been prepared in 1825 at the request of Sir Henry Jardine, 
King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer of Scotland. On 
28th December 1827 Lord Melville again took up the matter 
in a detailed letter to the Treasury, which was officially 
communicated to the University Commissioners. On 17th 
October 1828 plans prepared by Mr Reid, King's Architect 
for Scotland, for repairing and restoring the buildings, were 
inspected by the Commissioners and approved of; and on 
24th November following, the Lords of the Treasury in- 
formed the Commissioners that the Barons of Exchequer 
in Scotland had been authorised to proceed with the works.* 
A commencement was made in 1828, and by 1831 an en- 

^ Evidence, pp. 45, 140, 147, 163. '^ Report, 1831, p. 417. 



UNITED COLLEGE BUILDINGS xlv 

tirely new east wing had been erected upon ground specially 
acquired by the Government for the purpose. This new 
building, although a great improvement on anything that 
had preceded it, was by no means a successful experiment 
in collegiate architecture. Not only was the exterior lack- 
ing in taste, but the internal arrangements were ill-designed 
and wasteful of space. The heating and ventilating of the 
new class-rooms were most unsatisfactory. Dry rot soon 
made its appearance in the woodwork, and before long the 
whole flooring in the lower rooms had to be renewed. 

Having proceeded so far, the work of rebuilding the 
College came to a sudden stop, and notwithstanding much 
expostulation with the Government it was not resumed for 
nearly fourteen years. During that period the College was 
obliged to expend considerable sums in maintaining the old 
buildings and in endeavouring to make the new one service- 
able. In 1843 the College enlisted the services of Sir Hugh 
Lyon Playfair, Provost of the city, who took up the matter 
with such heartiness and vigour that within a few months 
fresh plans for additional buildings and alterations, prepared 
by Mr Nixon, Queen's Architect for Scotland, were sub- 
mitted and approved of. 

The old north building was forthwith demolished and, in 
1845-46, replaced by the present north wing of the College, 
containing hall, museum, class-rooms, and other accom- 
modation. As soon as this new building was ready for 
occupation the old west wing was pulled down, with the 
exception of the small portion which now forms part of the 
janitor's house, with secretary's office, &c., above. It was 
at first intended to enclose the frontage thus opened up to 
Butts Wynd with a parapet wall and railing to show off the 
new buildings, but at the urgent desire of the Principal and 
Professors a high wall with a large gateway near the centre 
was substituted. In place of the arcaded corridor which ran 
the whole length of the old north building, the Principal 
and Professors wished a covered way to be erected on the 
inner side of the new wall to protect the students in wet and 
stormy weather. But on the suggestion of the architect a 



xlvi THE COLLEGE HALL 

spacious cloister was instead erected along the north wall of 
the church, on the site of the vestry and other buildings 
above alluded to, which had been cleared away in 1839. 
This was afterwards found to be a mistake. With a 
northern exposure and a cold draught constantly blowing 
through it, this convenient and attractive looking retreat 
was no real shelter to students in winter. In 1864 its eight 
openings were closed up, and a portion of it was converted 
into a meeting-place for students' societies, under the name 
of the Cloister Hall. Being no longer required for such 
purposes, the cloister was afterwards used partly as a 
gymnasium and partly as a drill-hall in connection with 
the students' battery of volunteers. It was not until 1851 
that all the additions to and alterations upon the College 
buildings were completed. They were then taken over by 
the Treasury as national property, and for the next forty 
years were maintained at the public expense. On ist April 
1890 they were transferred to the University Court, which 
thereafter became responsible for their maintenance.^ 

In 1861, mainly through the exertions of Principal Forbes, 
a joint-stock company was formed for the ** establishment 
and conduct of a College Hall for the residence of the sons 
of gentlemen attending the University of St Andrews, . • • 
and to provide, on moderate terms, a home and the best 
possible aid in their studies for young men prosecuting 
these in the University of St Andrews." The promoters 
of this Hall sought to restore, in some measure, to the 
University the College system as it formerly prevailed. In 
it the habits of family life were preserved, all meals were 
taken in common, and morning and evening prayers were 
conducted by the Warden. By its means it was hoped 
to lure back to St Andrews the sons of the Scottish 
nobility and gentry who for more than half a century had 
been borne southward to the English universities. The 
venture was successful, and during its early years the Hall 
prospered so well that the company was induced to face 
the more ambitious project of erecting a large building 

^ Universities (Scotland) Act, 1889, sects. 22, 23. 



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specially fitted for its purpose. The Hall had been ap- 
propriately started in buildings which once formed part 
of St Leonard's College, including the house understood 
to have been occupied by George Buchanan when principal. 
On 26th April 1867 the foundation-stone of a handsome 
building capable of containing upwards of thirty students 
was laid with masonic honours. This new Hall, which 
cost upwards of jf 8000, was opened in November 1868 ; but, 
unlike the old one, it did not prosper, and was closed in 
1874 — the company being wound up and the building sold. 
On the admission of women to the University in 1892, 
steps were immediately taken to provide a Hall of Resi- 
dence for such of them as preferred to live together under 
a Head. As a temporary arrangement, the house number 
79 North Street was secured for session 1892-93, and Argyle 
Lodge for 1895-96. No provision for residence was made 
during the two intervening years. Meanwhile a permanent 
University Hall for women students on a site granted by 
the University Court on the lands of Rathelpie was in 
course of erection, and was ready for occupation at the 
beginning of session 1896-97. The Hall owed its exist- 
ence very much to the zeal and activity of Professor Knight, 
who obtained a grant of £2000 towards its cost from the 
Pfeiffer Trust, besides numerous donations from private 
individuals. 

In January 1884 3. Marine Zoological Station was organ- 
ised by Professor M'Intosh in connection with the Fishery 
Board for Scotland. A wooden building standing on the 
East Bents between the harbour and the sea, which had 
been erected some years before as a temporary fever hos- 
pital, was utilised for the purpose. It was neither wind- 
nor water-tight, but in spite of many discomforts much 
valuable research was carried on in it, not only by members 
of the University but by zoologists of eminence from the 
Continent and elsewhere. At the end of twelve years this 
important work was transferred to the very commodious 
and well -planned Gatty Marine Laboratory, the gift to 
the University of Charles Henry Gatty, Esquire of East 



xlviii THE COLLEGE CHURCH 

Grinstead, which was opened by Lord Reay on 30th 
October 1896. 

In 1 89 1 a Chemical Laboratory was presented to the 
University by Mrs Thomas Purdie of Castlecliffe, St 
Andrews; and in 1897 preparations were begun for the 
erection of the Bute Medical Buildings designed to ac- 
commodate the departments of Anatomy, Botany, Physi- 
ology, and Materia Medica. 

Immediately after the union of the Colleges it was re- 
solved "that the students shall regularly attend public 
worship every Lord's day in the church of the United 
College " ; and the Hebdomadar was directed " to convene 
the students every Sunday before public worship begin, 
in the fore and afternoon, in the common schools of the 
College where they lodge and conduct them to church." 
The " church of the United College " meant St Leonard's 
church, of which the Principal of the United College was 
minister, although he seldom preached. St Salvator's 
church had long been disused as a place of worship, and 
was then in a state of neglect and decay. This arrange- 
ment, however, did not last long, for on loth October 1750 
the Masters "considering that the students were now 
lodged in St Salvator's College, which is in the town parish 
of St Andrews, and that the United College has a more 
commodious seat in the Town church than in St Leonard's, 
it was resolved that henceforth the students shall be con- 
ducted to the said Town church, and that the porter be 
ordered to clean the College loft there, and to intimate 
to all persons who had been allowed to sit there, that they 
must provide themselves elsewhere; and it was recom- 
mended to Dr Simson to inquire about the price of a 
carpet proper for the Masters' seat in the said loft." But 
before ten years were over another change was effected 
which in course of time led to much contention and 
litigation. The roof of St Leonard's church began to 
fail, and its renewal threatened to tax heavily the limited 
resources of the College. As an alternative, the repair of 
St Salvator's church was thought of and ultimately adopted. 



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chiefly because it was believed to be the cheaper scheme 
of the two. It was by no means so in the end, but its 
adoption probably helped to save from further dilapidation 
the finest unruined specimen of ecclesiastical architecture 
in St Andrews. In 1759 the local presbytery sanctioned 
the transference of the Leonardine congregation from the 
church of St Leonard to the church of St Salvator. As 
the reparation of the one church involved the partial de- 
molition of the other, no service could have been held in 
either of them for more than a year. By the summer of 
1761, however, St Salvator's church had been fitted up, 
and seats set apart for the Principal and Masters. The 
removal of the Masters and students from the Town church 
had been taken for granted by the presbytery, and as the 
loss of their contributions to the " plate " would affect the 
poors' fund of the parish, it was agreed to take the students' 
offerings separately at the College church (as it now came 
to be called), and to hand them over to the treasurer of 
the Town church. The minutes of the Kirk-session for 
3rd December 1761 show "that for some days past the 
collection of the students had been sent from the con- 
gregation of St Leonard's by the several Masters who had 
happened to be Hebdomadars." This curious practice 
went on until towards the middle of the nineteenth century. 
Although attendance at the College church was at first 
OQiformly enjoined upon all students,^ it soon became a 
recognised practice for the Principal to grant dispensations 
to those who belonged to dissenting communions. By 1780 
this practice was so firmly established that it obtained the 
formal sanction of the College, and was made the subject 
of a special by-law. At a meeting held on 13th May of 
that year, the College came to the following, among other 
resolutions : " That instead of two Masters as at present, 
the Principal and all the Masters shall meet regularly in 
the common schools before sermon, and go from thence 

' Mr Perdval Stockdale gives a realistic, but perhaps exaggerated, account of 
his appearance before the Professors on a charge of frequenting the Episcopal 
meeting-house in 1754. — 'Memoirs,' vol. i. p. 197. 



1 THE COLLEGE CHURCH 

with the students to church " ; and " That a dispensation 
from attending the church shall be granted to such of the 
students as are not of the Presbyterian communion if they 
make application for it, and give assurance to the Masters 
that they will not appear in public nor behave improperly 
in the time of divine worship." As time went on com- 
pulsory attendance at the College church became more 
and more irksome, even to those students who were not 
dissenters, and ''notwithstanding the care of the College 
in appointing them a conductor, it is believed that it was 
not uncommon for some of the less attentive to lose their 
way."^ In 1824 a petition, signed by ninety-five students, 
was presented to the College craving for more liberal 
terms of dispensation from attendance upon the College 
church. The petitioners desired to be fireed from com- 
pulsory attendance at a particular church, and, under 
such limitations as might seem just and fit, to be at 
liberty to worship where and under whom they pleased. 
The Masters having carefully considered the petition and 
analysed the signatures, resolved to maintain inviolable the 
laws of the College on the subject. Professor Chalmers, 
while agreeing with his colleagues as to the general ex- 
pediency and propriety of the College regulation, disap- 
proved of its application to students belonging to the 
Established church whose parents wished them to attend 
divine worship elsewhere, and set forth his views in a 
lengthy memorial.* A list of those students who had not 
obtained dispensations was made up at the beginning of 
the session, and this list was read over during the ringing 
of the bells for each service every Sunday in presence of 
one or more Professors. Two Professors then took their 
seats on opposite sides of the gallery, in which the majority 
of the students sat, and attended to the preservation of 
good order and decorum among them. Students who 
arrived late or not at all were fined, and for a time these 
fines were a source of revenue to the poors' fund of St 
Leonard's parish. 

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As the task of enforcing church attendance became 
greater year by year, these regulations gradually fell into 
abeyance. The procession from the common hall to the 
church was given up, the students going direct to the gallery, 
where one of themselves was stationed to note the names 
of absentees. After the Disruption in 1843 compulsory at- 
tendance at the College church ceased altogether, and the 
clauses relating to it in the College laws were subsequently 
withdrawn. Students were thereafter free to worship where 
they pleased, and it was left to the ministers of the different 
congregations in the city to take spiritual oversight of those 
belonging to their respective denominations. 

The students' gallery was swept away when the church 
was renovated in 1862, and seats were reserved for them 
in the front of the area. Towards the close of the period 
dealt with in these pages, it became more and more 
customary for students of all denominations to attend 
at least the forenoon service in the College church. 
This tendency was fostered partly by the institution of 
monthly University services during the session, and partly 
by the revived interest in corporate student life which 
followed on the establishment of a Students' Representative 
Coancil in 1885. The scarlet gown reappeared in church after 
a lengthy absence. Year by year more space was required 
for members of the University, who began to long for a 
"College chapel" of their own, and for a time when "the 
hideous title of the * College church ' will cease to wound 
the academic ear."^ And so arose those complications 
already hinted at, but which belong to later history. 



ST MARY'S COLLEGE. 

The College of St Mary dates from 1537, i^ which year 
it was founded by Archbishop James Beaton. It superseded 
an older foundation known as the Paedagogium, which had 

> College Echoes, 1889-90, p. 97. 



lii ST MARY'S COLLEGE PROFESSORSHIPS 

steadily fallen into decay since the erection of the Colleges 
of St Salvator and St Leonard. The Archbishop having 
died before his scheme could be fully carried out, it was 
continued to some extent by his nephew Cardinal Beaton, 
but it was left to Archbishop Hamilton to complete and 
organise the College in 1553. It was intended to be a 
College for instruction in Divinity, Law, and Medicine, 
as well as in Arts, but its career on this extensive scale 
was short-lived. Under a new foundation and erection 
confirmed by Parliament in 1579, ^^ ^^^ set apart for the 
study of Theology only, and it has remained a Divinity 
College ever since. 

This new foundation contemplated a permanent staflf of 
five Masters, but the full number was seldom if ever reached. 
On account of fluctuating endowments the number was 
indeed not infrequently reduced to two. After 1747 a 
Principal and three Professors regularly taught within the 
College class-rooms. For a considerable time there were 
two Professors of Divinity, including the Principal, who * 
acted as primarius Professor. They divided the wide field 
of theology between them, and endeavoured to avoid over- 
lapping in their teaching as best they could. In 1825 the 
second Professor of Divinity began to devote some attention 
to Biblical Criticism, and this gradually became the special 
subject of his Chair, although it was not formally styled 
a professorship of Divinity and Biblical Criticism until 
1862.^ In 1707 the third mastership was revived and re- 
endowed as a professorship of Ecclesiastical History by 
Queen Anne, who provided a salary for the Professor by 
suppressing six Exchequer bursaries founded by King 
William III. in 1693. In 1668 a Chair of Hebrew and 
Oriental Languages was endowed by King Charles II., 
but it remained unoccupied for twenty years. The first 
Professor was appointed on 9th April 1688, and the emolu- 
ments of the Chair were increased by King William in 
1693. For a time the general term Divinity was applied 
to all the four Chairs in the College. The Professor of 

^ Ordinance No. 21, sect. 12 (3). 



ST MARY'S COLLEGE BUILDINGS liii 

Ecclesiastical History held the title of additional or ex- 
traordinary Professor of Divinity, and the Professor of 
Hebrew was at first required to deliver one Divinity lec- 
ture weekly. 

Originally all the Masters had rooms allotted to them 

within the College buildings, but the practice of living in 

private houses in the town had set in long before the middle 

of the eighteenth century. In 1702 a house in South 

Street, nearly opposite the College gate, was purchased as 

a residence for Principal Forrester. Some time afterwards 

a suite of rooms in the north-west corner of the College 

was fitted up as a house for the Professor of Divinity. 

Before long the Professor succeeded to the principalship, 

and decided to retain the College rooms, and these, with 

many alterations and additions, have since been the official 

residence of the Principal. Subsequent Professors of 

Divinity occupied the house in South Street till 1785, when 

it was sold and the price added to the College funds. 

Thereafter an allowance for house-rent was made to each 

of the three Professors, along with a single apartment 

within the College buildings for their private use. 

The arms of Archbishop James Beaton and of Archbishop 
Hamilton, still to be seen on the buildings of St Mary's 
College, point back to their erection in the sixteenth 
century. By the end of the eighteenth century they had 
probably altered little, and even yet, in spite of repeated 
alterations and repairs, they still retain the same general 
outline. On the west side of the quadrangle was the main 
building, consisting of a common hall, dining-room, class- 
rooms, dormitories, kitchen, &c., with a projecting tower 
carrying a stone staircase to the upper floors. Along the 
north was another range of buildings containing apartments 
of various kinds, the porter's lodge, and the entrance gate- 
way. Under the eastern portion of this range was an open 
arcade of six arches known as the Cloisters. To the east 
was the University Library and a massive stone wall built 
by Principal Howie to enclose his official garden. The 
southern boundary was partly a wall and partly domestic 



liv ST MARY'S COLLEGE BUILDINGS 

offices, beyond which lay the College garden and the official 
gardens of the Professors. The proper upkeep of these 
buildings would have entailed considerable expense, but 
as no fund had been appropriated to that purpose, portions 
of them were allowed to fall into decay. In 1827 the whole 
block was found by the University Commissioners to be in 
a wretched and dilapidated condition. The northern por- 
tion was no longer used for any purpose, the lower port 
of the Principal's house was extremely damp, and the 
interior of the remaining buildings appeared to be wholly 
unsuitable for the purposes of academic instruction.^ As a 
result of this inspection the whole buildings of the College 
underwent a thorough renovation at the public expense 
in 1829-30, when a portion of the north wing was removed 
to make room for an extension of the University Library. 
Since then extensive improvements have been c?.rried out 
both by the Board of Works and by the University Court. 
In 1889-90 a further addition to the University Library was 
built in the Principal's garden, when the College quad- 
rangle was much enlarged by the removal of the former 
boundary wall on the east and of the offices and other 
erections on the south.^ 

To the casual visitor to St Mary's College, the most 
attractive portion of the buildings is undoubtedly the old 
Prayer Hall, with its antique oak charter-chests and furni- 
ture. Here in bygone times the students assembled twice 
daily, for morning and for evening prayer. These services 
were held in obedience to the College laws, but no Pro- 
fessor took any part in them. They were conducted en- 
tirely by the students, and the evening service, especially 
on Sundays, was largely attended by the male portion of 
the general public, women being at all times excluded. 
It was in this Hall that Dr Chalmers, when only sixteen 

* Evidence, p. 5. 

' Early in the nineteenth century the College brew-house and larder had been 
converted into a stable and coach-house for the Principal. In later times these 
were chiefly used for storing firewood and lumber ; but the Principars pigs 
fattened in an adjoining sty down almost to the date of its removal. 



ST MARY'S COLLEGE BURSARIES Iv 

years of age, excited "universal wonder and very general 

admiration " by the originality and eloquence of his prayers.^ 

Unfortunately attendance at the Prayer Hall in the evenings 

led to many irregularities of conduct on the part of students 

of both Colleges. Principal Haldane alleged that they 

"assembled there under the pretext of attending prayers, 

and adjourned to the lodgings of their fellow-students, or 

to taverns, where they spent their evenings in idleness and 

dissipation." * To such an extent did this evil increase that 

OD 9th December 1824 it was intimated to the students 

that evening prayers would thenceforth be discontinued, 

''many reasons having concurred to satisfy the Masters 

that it was now inexpedient to bring the students from their 

lodgings throughout the city, in the winter evenings, to 

attend prayers in the public hall."^ Morning prayers are 

still appointed by the College laws, but they have long been 

associated with the commencement of the day's work in 

the Divinity class-room. 

In 1747 the membership of the College included eight 
Foundation bursars, who, along with the Moncrei£fe bursar, 
were entitled to maintenance for four sessions at the public 
table out of the funds of the College. This table was kept 
op until 1814, when it was discontinued, and a money allow- 
ance made to the bursars instead. In 1874 the number of 
Foandation bursaries was reduced to six, tenable for three 
years, and their value increased from ^f 10 to £15 or thereby. 
In 1895 they were further reduced to three, tenable for the 
same period, but with their value advanced to £24. They 
were at the same time renamed the Archbishop Hamilton 
bursaries, in memory of their founder in 1553. Several 
other Divinity bursaries were founded in the course of 
the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, but 
the total number of bursaries belonging to the College was 
practically the same at the beginning and at the end of the 
period now dealt with. On the other hand, about an equal 
number of bursaries were transferable from the United 

* * Memoirs/ by the Rev. Dr William Hanna, vol. i. p. 15, 1854 ed. 
« Evidence, p. 96. ' Ibid., p. 371. 



Ivi ST MARY'S COLLEGE PRIZES 

College when their holders proceeded to the study of 
Divinity. For many years candidates for Foundation 
bursaries underwent no examination. They were selected 
by the Principal and Professors on the basis of certificates 
of character and proficiency brought from the Professors 
under whom they had taken their Arts course. The system 
of awarding bursaries at St Mary's College on the principle 
of merit ascertained by comparative trial dates from 1855. 

Long before the common table was given up, most of the 
students who were not bursars had ceased to occupy the 
College rooms. After 1814 collegiate living may be said 
to have terminated altogether, although the rooms still re- 
mained open for the reception of students, and one or two 
did occasionally make use of them. After the Principal 
had been suitably provided for in the beginning of the 
eighteenth century, twenty bedrooms and twenty -four 
closets were left for the accommodation of students, and 
more could have been fitted up if necessary. The rooms 
were not reserved exclusively for Divinity students. 
Students attending the United College were allowed to 
occupy vacant apartments on obtaining the permission of 
the Principal and paying the ordinary dues to the porter. 
The College rooms could at no time be described as com- 
fortable lodgings, but they were kept in a habitable con- 
dition so long as any one might wish to occupy them. 
They have now all but disappeared, only one small room in 
the uppermost story of the College being recognisable as 
a student's ** chamber." 

Apart from class honours, few prizes fell to the lot of the 
Divinity student. The book-prizes given by the Earl of 
Kinnoull as Chancellor of the University were a novelty 
in their day, and very elaborate regulations were drawn up 
as to the manner in which they should be competed for. 
In 1859, after the lapse of more than three-quarters of a 
century, a Chancellor's prize, of £10 in books, was resumed 
by the Duke of Argyll and continued annually from 1861. 
The only permanently endowed prize was that founded by 
Dr John Gray in 1808, for the best essay on a prescribed 



ST MARY'S COLLEGE SESSION Ivii 

subject in some department of theology. It was derived 
from land, and in consequence its value varied from a 
maximum of £10 to a minimum of less than half that sum. 
The prize of £21 known as the Cook and Macfarlan testi- 
monial, instituted in 1847, was converted into a scholarship 
of the same value, tenable for one year, by the University 
Commissioners in 1895. The only other scholarships con- 
nected with the College were the TuUoch Memorial scholar- 
ship, of about 3^14, subscribed for in 1889, and two Berry 
scholarships instituted by the University Court on 13th 
March 1895. 

Until 1855 no fees were payable by the students of St 

Mary's College for attendance on any of the Professors* 

classes. The Commissioners of 1826 recommended a scale 

of fees, but the Professors held that " the exacting of fees 

from theological students would impose a burden on them, 

and would make but a trifling addition to the dilapidated 

and very inadequate livings of the Professors in St Mary's 

Collie." ^ Having regard to the practice of exacting fees 

in the Divinity Halls of the other Scottish universities this 

decision was afterwards reconsidered, and from 1855 to 1873 

a fee of £1, us. 6d. was charged for each class. On 24th 

March 1874 the University Court, at the request of the 

Principal and Professors, raised the fee for all the ordinary 

classes taught in the College to £2, 2s. 

At the middle of the eighteenth century the Divinity 
session extended from about the 20th of November to the 
20th of April, with a break at Christmas. Towards the end 
of the century it began in the end of November and closed 
in the beginning of April. By 1826 it had been reduced 
to a period of exactly four months without any material 
interruption, — the Christmas holidays being limited to three 
or four days, — and this appears to have been the normal 
length of the session for a good many years. More recently 
a tendency to lengthen it again set in, and in 1896-97 the 
College opened on 27th October and closed on 17th March. 
Down to 1864 many students of Divinity only gave partial 

^ Evidence, p. 427. 



Iviii DIVINITY STUDENTS AT CHURCH 

attendance on the College classes. These were known as 
" irregular," " occasional," or " partial " students, and were 
mostly young men who had gone through an Arts course 
and were employed as tutors in private families or as 
teachers in parochial schools. They contented themselves 
with enrolling their names and attending one or two lec- 
tures, after which they disappeared and were not seen again 
until they were required to deliver their public exercises. 

So long as the bulk of the students lived within the Col- 
lege walls they were required to assemble in the quadrangle 
on Sundays, at the ringing of the College bell, and thence 
to go in a body to the College loft in the Town church, 
forenoon and afternoon. It was the duty of one of the 
students to give in to the Principal a faithful report on 
the Monday following if any should fail to perform this duty. 
When the College rooms were abandoned the Sunday pro- 
cession was given up, and students were simply enjoined to 
attend public worship in the Town church. About 1840, 
on the plea of want of room in the Town church, they began 
to frequent the gallery of the College church and to mix with 
the Arts students. The Principal of the United College 
objected to this, and the Divinity students were in conse- 
quence enjoined to discontinue the practice and adhere to 
the Town church.^ St Mary's church was then in course 
of erection, and after its completion several gallery pews 
were reserved for the use of Divinity students. For the 
next fifty years the College laws enjoined the students "to 
attend public worship in the Town church or St Mary's." 
In 1895, with the view of permitting them to attend the 

* The relations between the two Colleges were at the time rather strained. 
Among other things, some Divinity students were accused of causing a disturb- 
ance at a non-intrusion meeting held in the College church. The case came 
before the General Assembly, by way of appeal, on 30th May 1840, when the 
following finding was come to without a vote : * * That on the report of the Pres- 
bytery there appear no grounds for interfering with the internal government and 
discipline of the University of St Andrews, therefore dismiss the whole cause, 
recommending to the Presbytery of St Andrews to continue in the faithful exercise 
of their constitutional superintendence of the morals and general conversation of 
students of Theology in that University." — MS. Register of Assembly, 1840, 
pp. 145-147. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE lix 

College church, all mention of particular churches was with- 
drawn from the laws, and they were simply enjoined " to 
attend public worship with regularity." The restriction to 
two specified churches had been complained of as " peculi- 
arly irritating " by a writer in the " University News Sheet *' 
as early as February 3rd, 1886. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. 

University College, Dundee, was founded in 1880 by Miss 
Mary Ann Baxter of Balgavies, Forfarshire, and Dr John 
Boyd Baxter, writer, Dundee. It was opened on 5th 
October 1883 by Professor James Stuart, LL.D., Cam- 
bridge, afterwards Rector of the University. On 21st 
March 1890 the College was affiliated to, and made to 
form part of, the University by an order of the Com- 
missioners under the Universities (Scotland) Act of 1889, 
subject to the conditions set forth in an "Agreement" 
previously come to between the University and the College. 
This union was declared null and void by the House of 
Lords on 8th April 1895, on the ground that it ought to 
have been accomplished by means of an ordinance and 
not by an order. An ordinance to the same effect was 
thereafter prepared by the Commissioners, and it received 
the sanction of the Queen in Council on 15th January 1897;^ 
but the University Court postponed its coming into opera- 
tion until 1st October of that year. Although University 
College was thus not finally " incorporated with and made 
to form part of the University of St Andrews" until ist 
October 1897, certain of its students had matriculated as 
students of the University during the ten years beginning 
with 1885 and ending with 1894. They did so under two 
separate arrangements — first, as extra-mural students of 
Science from 1885-86 to 1889-90, and second, as students 
of what was believed to be a constituent College of the 

^ Ordinance No. 46. 



Ix MATRICULATION OF SCIENCE STUDENTS 

University from 1890-91 to 1894-95. During 1895-96 and 
1896-97 no student of University College was allowed to 
matriculate as a student of the University. The extra- 
mural arrangement arose in the following manner. 

On 30th January 1885 the University Court received and 
remitted to the careful and favourable consideration of 
the Senatus Academicus a communication from the Prin- 
cipal of University College on the subject of graduation in 
Science, in which it was suggested that it might be possible 
to admit to the degree examinations (conducted by exam- 
iners appointed by the University) students who might have 
received their whole education at the College, provided they 
had matriculated as students of the University. Before 
coming to a decision the Senatus determined to be guided 
by the opinion of counsel as to the powers of the University 
to confer degrees upon persons who had not been educated 
within its walls. A memorial and questions were thereupon 
prepared and submitted to Mr ^Eneas J. G. Mackay and Mr 
J. Campbell Smith, who gave it as their opinion that under 
its charters the University was amply justified in admitting 
to examination for degrees in Science students who had re- 
ceived their whole education at other seats of learning. 
These opinions were considered by the Senatus on loth 
October 1885, when it was resolved, by a majority, to carry 
the arrangement into effect, with the sanction of the Uni- 
versity Court. The Court met on 2nd November, and 
agreed to authorise the Senatus to matriculate students 
of University College who intended to graduate in Science 
at the University. When the matter came before the Chan- 
cellor for his sanction he demurred to such students being 
allowed to matriculate for the reason that it was a departure 
from the immemorial usage of the Scottish Universities. 
After a good deal of correspondence the Chancellor's ob- 
jection was got over, and on 22nd December he \vrote in- 
timating his assent to the resolution of the University 
Court. This resolution was immediately homologated by 
the matriculation of ten students who had been preparing 
for the B.Sc. degree in anticipation of a favourable decision. 



THE MATRICULATION ALBUMS Ixi 

Before concluding this Introduction a few observations 
fall to be made as to the Matriculation Roll itself, and 
the manner in which it has been edited. The portion 
now printed has been transcribed from three separate 
Albums. In 1738, a new Album having become necessary, 
about 332 leaves of strong unruled white paper were bound 
up in rough brown leather. The Album thus formed 
measures 15 inches in height and 10 inches in breadth. 
It was intended to serve both as a Matriculation Roll and 
as a Graduation Roll, and so was used from both ends 
concurrently till the two Rolls met. The Matriculation 
Roll from 1738-39 to 1887-88 occupies 217 leaves. The 
Graduation Roll for the same period occupies 105 leaves. 
The remaining 2 are fly-leaves, while 7 or 8 others have 
been spoilt and cut out. The volume has been re-backed 
and otherwise repaired, but is still in a good state of 
preservation in spite of the enormous amount of handling 
to which it has been subjected. In designing another 
Album in 1888, it was thought desirable to discontinue 
keeping the Matriculation and Graduation Rolls in the 
same volume, as had been the custom for over three^hundred 
years. The Matriculation Album now in use at St Andrews 
b^ns with the academical year 1888-89, and the first 108 
pages of it are here printed. It is a rather more massive 
volume than its predecessor, measuring 15^ inches by 11 
inches, and is composed of stout ruled paper of a bluish 
tint. From 1885 to 1891 the Dundee students were re- 
quired to matriculate at St Andrews ; but in 1892 a separate 
Albam, uniform in size and style with the St Andrews one, 
was provided for the enrolment, at Dundee, of matriculated 
students attending University College. 

Beginning with 1865 the old Album was ruled off into 
columns to contain the number, name, parish, and county 
of those matriculating. In 1867 a column for the age of 
the students was added, and from 1868 these columns were 
legalarly headed Nu. | Nomen | Aet. | Parochia | Comi- 
tatus. In the new Albums the use of Latin was abolished, 
and the following printed headings introduced : No. | Name 



Ixii METHOD OF EDITING ROLL 

in full I Age last birthday | Native town or parish | County. 
In printing the Roll these columns have been disregarded 
and the entries set up continuously and punctuated. Seem- 
ingly useless repetitions of words (such as Perth, Perth; 
Stirling, Stirling) are easily explained when it is borne in 
mind that the one occurs in the column headed " Native 
town or parish," and the other in the column headed 
" County." 

With a few exceptions all names and designations have 
been entered by the students themselves. The Roll is 
therefore, in one of its aspects, an autograph album of a 
most interesting kind. This being so, all the entries have 
been printed exactly as they are written. To this rule no 
exception has been wittingly made. The printed proof- 
sheets were carefully compared letter by letter with the 
original manuscript, and every peculiarity of spelling was 
scrupulously adhered to. The reader of the printed Roll 
is thus, as nearly as may be, in the same position as the 
consulter of the manuscript Roll. There is nothing in 
the one that is not in the other, and as regards names 
and designations the two correspond not merely verbally 
but also literally. Quite a number of students have found 
it difficult to spell their own names correctly — especially 
when they attempted to Latinise them, as they were ex- 
pected to do up to 1888. Nor have they always located 
their native towns or parishes in their proper counties. It 
may also be pointed out that the ages given are not in 
all cases to be relied upon. All students were not a year 
older at each annual matriculation. Some grew younger 
rather than older, while others advanced in years by leaps 
and bounds. It is obvious that in a good many instances 
the age recorded is purely arbitrary. Any one who cares 
to tabulate the figures will find numerous unaccountable 
discrepancies. In the matter of matriculation it may be 
remarked that no age limit was imposed. So far as ages 
are recorded, the youngest " bejant " appears to have been 
twelve when he entered, the oldest sixty-two. The ** native 
town or parish " is likewise frequently misleading. Judging 



METHOD OF EDITING ROLL Ixiii 

from the information given in the Roll, it was no uncommon 

thing for a student to have two or more birthplaces. The 

explanation of this is that he put down the name of the 

place which he regarded as his home for the time being. 

This necessarily varied if his parents chanced to remove 

from one town or parish to another. In a test case, less 

than half of the students who professed to belong to a 

certain parish could be traced in its register of births. 

The various Latin headings and sub-headings that occur 
in the Roll have not been reproduced with the same literal 
exactness as the signatures of the students. In the manu- 
script they are frequently ungrammatical and otherwise in- 
iccurate. In revising them for the press, errors of fact as 
well as of spelling and grammar have been corrected, and 
contracted words have as a rule been extended. Nor have 
they always been printed in the precise order in which they 
occur in the Roll, as many of the sub -entries have been 
inserted where there appeared to be most room for them 
without regard to chronological sequence. 

A certain amount of method will be noticed in the 
arrangement of the names in the earlier portion of the 
Roll. So long as a distinction of rank among the students 
was kept up, noblemen's sons matriculated first as Primars ;^ 
then followed the Secondars, or gentlemen-commoners ; and 
lastly the Ternars, or those of the ordinary ranks of life. 
These distinctions were done away with in 1829, and subse- 
quently the students were matriculated without classifica- 
tion, and as far as possible according to alphabetical order — 
at first of their Christian names, and afterwards of their 
surnames. On the introduction of annual matriculation it 
was found impracticable to adhere to any particular order of 
enrolment, and so the names were entered in whatever order 
the students presented themselves. It had been a custom 
of long standing for the Luminator of a class to matriculate 
last. This designation only occurs once in the present 
volume (in 1748-49), but the office was nominally in exist- 
ence for about a century later. The principal duty of a 

' Lord Kennedy (1809) is said to have been the last Primar. — Evidence, p. 35. 



Ixiv METHOD OF COMPILING INDEX 

Luminator was to furnish fire and light to his class, in 
return for which service he enjoyed certain perquisites and 
privileges.^ 

It is much to be regretted that the University officials did 
not ascertain and record somewhere the full baptismal name 
of every student. Middle names were not much in use in 
the eighteenth century, but long after they had become 
common they were pretty much ignored in the University 
records, while the modern practice has been to confine them 
to initials. It is thus often difficult to recognise and identify 
in the roll the names of students who in after life have in- 
variably used more than one Christian name. Since the 
Index was in type a great deal of time has been spent in an 
effort to complete those entries containing one or more 
initials. A good many blanks have in this way been filled 
up from reliable sources, but in numerous cases the quest 
has proved quite fruitless. Oddly enough, some former 
students on being applied to for their full names declared 
they never had middle names, and were at a loss to know 
how they came to enter superfluous initials in the Roll. In 
dealing with such cases, the meaningless initials have been 
retained in the Roll but omitted from the Index. All names 
and initials which appear in the Index but not in the Roll 
have been enclosed between square brackets. 

In the manuscript, the Sponsio Academica subscribed by 
students at matriculation is repeated every year from 1747 
to 1887. In the new Roll, beginning with 1888, it is written 
at the beginning once for all. From 1747 to 1866 it re- 
mained unchanged except that in 182 1 the word est was 
altered to sit. In 1867 the clause involving adherence to 
the reformed religion was deleted. It has not been deemed 
necessary to print the Sponsio more than twice — first in its 
original form on page i, and again in its abbreviated form 
on page 154. 

In compiling the Index something more has been attempted 
than a list of the names occurring in the Roll, arranged 
in alphabetical order, with a reference to the pages on 

* Evidence, p. 292. 



METHOD OF COMPILING INDEX Ixv 

which they are to be met with. The Index is intended to 
be an alphabetical register of individual students, and pains 
have been taken to avoid, on the one hand, indexing the 
same person as two separate students, and on the other, of 
indexing two or more separate students as one and the same 
person. This proved to be a more difficult task than was 
at first anticipated, and it is to be feared that it has been 
carried through with only partial success. In writing the 
Index slips, it was taken for granted that previous to 1859 
no student matriculated more than once. But when the 
slips came to be arranged it was found that this general 
rule had not been rigidly followed, and that certain students 
had quite obviously matriculated twice. All doubtful cases 
I were then inquired into, and whenever it seemed clear, from 
similarity of handwriting or otherwise, that two entries 
reiOTed to the same person, they were indexed accordingly. 
Id a good many instances the available evidence was not 
decisive enough to warrant this being done, and so the 
names have been treated as belonging to different persons 
and indexed separately. After 1859, when the students 
matriculated annually (some of them as many as eleven 
times), a good deal of difficulty was experienced in pre- 
serving their identity — especially in the case of those whose 
courses were not taken in successive years. In spite of 
every care, it is probable that now and then two students 
of the same name have been treated as one, while one 
student matriculating twice or oftener, after lengthened 
intervals, has been treated as two. The first and last 
matriculations of not a few students are separated by 
intervals of many years. Nothing but personal knowledge 
of the fact could, for instance, have identified the James 
Mitchell of 1888 as the same person who previously matricu- 
lated in 1830. This is an extreme, but not an isolated case. 
Elderly gentlemen resident in St Andrews were at one time 
in the habit of matriculating with the view of attending 
lectures on physiology or natural history and obtaining 
the use of the library. Some of these had in their youth 
been students of the University, and so their names re- 



Ixvi DEFECTS IN MATRICULATION ROLL 

appeared in the Matriculation Roll after the lapse of twenty 
years and upwards. 

The Index contains 6807 names and 11,727 page refer- 
ences. One of the names is that of Professor Lee, who, 
following, for the last time, an ancient custom applicable 
to Professors as well as to students, was admitted to 
membership of the University by being received into 
the Matriculation Album. The remaining names are 
those of the 6806 students who, according to the Roll, 
entered the University during the period dealt with. 
Unhappily there is too much reason to believe that the 
Roll has not always been so carefully kept as it ought 
to have been, and that it is not a complete and final record 
of students attending the University.^ In the prepara- 
tion of the present volume a good many names have been 
discovered in class-lists and elsewhere which are not to 
be found in the Roll. In some instances spaces have evi- 
dently been left for these names, and some of them 
have even been entered in pencil by an official. Wher- 
ever it could be done with safety these names have been 
included in the printed Roll and enclosed between square 
brackets. Until all extant class-lists, prize-lists, presenta- 
tions to bursaries, and other University and College 
documents have been scrutinised, and the names occur- 
ring in them extracted and indexed, it will be impossible 
to compile a full and accurate list of students; and even 
then finality may not be reached, for these various re- 
cords are likewise more or less defective. The Matric- 
ulation Roll is a valuable and authoritative register so 
far as it goes, but the absence of a name from it is not 
absolute proof that its owner did not attend classes in 
either of the Colleges. On the other hand, the occur- 
rence of a name in the Roll is no guarantee that its 
owner was a bond fide student who actually attended 
classes. There are several names in the Roll which cannot 
be found in any existing class-list. Now and then an in- 

* ** At an early period there is reason to believe that the register had not been 
kept with accuracy, and that there were many omissions." — Evidence, p. 338. 



NUMBER OF STUDENTS Ixvii 

tending student came up and matriculated, but from some 

unforeseen circumstance was prevented from proceeding 

further. This, for instance, was the case with Miss 

Elizabeth Garrett (afterwards Mrs Garrett Anderson, 

M.D.), the first lady who matriculated at the University. 

Her name still stands in the Matriculation Roll, but she 

was never really a student of the University, as she was 

prohibited from entering the United College class-rooms, 

and her matriculation and class tickets were declared to 

be null and of no effect. 

Except from 1859 onwards, the Roll yields no information 
as to the total number of students attending the University 
in each academical year. Comparative statistics for the 
whole period from 1747 to 1897 can only be obtained on 
the basis of first matriculations. These have been collected 
from the Index, and are given in the appended table of 
Matriculation Statistics. For the period previous to 1859 
it has been found by experimental calculation on averages 
of ten years, that the number of first matriculations for any 
year multiplied by 3J gives approximately the total number 
of students in attendance at both Colleges for that year. 
It will be noticed that the smallest number of first matric- 
ulations (5) was in 1749-50, and that the largest number 
(149) was in 1824-25. Both figures are the result of special 
circumstances. In 1750 a keen controversy was raging as 
to the validity of the Rector's installation ; and the students 
of the United College, although its Principal was the Rec- 
tor, were forbidden by the Professors to appear on the day 
appointed by him for their matriculation. Two of them 
disobeyed, and were severely reprimanded for their contu- 
macy. Three others afterwards, on separate days, were 
" received into the Album," the first two of them being also 
reprimanded. Most of the remainder matriculated in the 
following year, but it is probable that some of them never 
matriculated at all. In 1825 Dr Chalmers was at the height 
of his fame as Professor of Moral Philosophy, and was attract- 
ing students of all ages in large numbers to his class-room. 
The total number of students at the University in 1824-25 



Ixviii THE ILLUSTRATIONS 

appears to have been 343, including 20 irregular students 
of Divinity.^ This is the highest recorded attendance 
during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The at- 
tendance at the University has necessarily fluctuated con- 
siderably during the 150 years represented by this volume ; 
but upon the whole the numbers have steadily increased. 
The average attendance at the two Colleges during the 
last decade was nearly three times larger than it was 
during the first. The legislation which culminated in the 
preliminary examination system of 1892 was calculated to 
decrease the number of students, and it did so in the case 
of men ; but the loss in this respect was more than counter- 
balanced by the admission of women to all the classes. 

The improvement in respect of College buildings will best 
be realised by a glance at the illustrations. In the case of 
the United College the contrast is very great. It is scarcely 
credible that th(2 north and west wings, as sketched by 
Oliphant in 1767, were still standing within living memory. 
The quaint old common hall, with its floor a few feet below 
the level of the quadrangle, and the rooms which once 
contained the College library overhead, was the last portion 
of the old fabric to be removed. As its site was not required 
for other purposes, an attempt might have been made to 
restore and preserve it ; but, after the manner of the time, 
it was disposed of to a contractor. While the main building 
of the United College is entirely new, the ancient walls of St 
Mary's College still exist, but so transformed as to make it 
the most typical collegiate building in Scotland. The street 
frontage of the Library forms a fitting frontispiece to this 
volume. ' Since its erection in the seventeenth century, the 
Library has been the official seat of the University. Here 
the Comitia, the Senatus Academicus, and the University 
Court have regularly met ; and here, too, the great majority 
of the students whose names appear in the following pages 
were admitted to membership of the University. 

^ Evidence, pp. 338, 4CX). 



IXIX 



CHANCELLORS OF THE UNIVERSITY 

OF ST ANDREWS. 

1747-1897. 

H.R.H. Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. 

Elected 14th February 1746. Died 31st October 1765. 

Thomas Hay, eighth Earl of Kinnoull. 

Elected 22nd November 1765. Installed 7th April 
1766. Died 27th December 1787. 

Henry Dundas, first Viscount Melville. 

Elected 2nd February 1788. Installed 17th October 
1788. Died 29th May 181 1. 

H.R.H. Prince Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge. 

Elected 6th July 181 1. Held to have vacated the office, 
I St February 18 14, on leaving the country to take 
up his duties as Viceroy of Hanover. 

Robert Dundas, second Viscount Melville. 

Elected 7th February 18 14. Installed 20th October 
1826. Died loth June 1851. 

George Douglas Campbell, eighth Duke of Argyll. 

Elected 8th November 1851. Installed 25th March 
1852. 



VICE-CHANCELLORS. 
1 859- 1 897. 

John Tulloch. 

Appointed 23rd December 1859 and i6th May 1862. 
Died 13th February 1886. 

James David Forbes. 

Appointed 29th April 1862, ad interim. 

James Donaldson. 

Appointed 15th April 1886. 



Ixx 



RECTORS OF THE UNIVERSITY 01 

ST ANDREWS. 



1747-1897. 



(With dates of election.) 



747 March 2. 

Andrew Shaw. 

748 March 7. 

James Murison. 

749 March 6. 

Thomas Tullideph. 

750 March 5. 

Andrew Shaw. 

751 March 4. 

James Murison. 

752 March 2. 

Thomas Tullideph. 

753 March 5. 

Andrew Shaw. 

754 March 4. 

James Murison. 

755 March 3. 

Thomas Tullideph. 

756 March i, 

Andrew Shaw. 

757 March 7. 

James Murison. 

758 March 6. 

Andrew Shaw. 

759 March 5. 

James Murison. 

760 March 3. 

Andrew Shaw. 



61 March 2. 

James Murison. 

62 March i. 

Andrew Shaw. 

63 March 7. 

James Murison. 

64 March 5. 

Andrew Shaw. 

65 March 4. 

James Murison. 

66 March 3. 

William Brown. 

67 March 2. 

Andrew Shaw. 

68 March 7. 

James Murison. 

69 March 6. 

Andrew Shaw. 

70 March 5. 

James Murison. 

71 March 4. 

Thomas Tullideph. 

72 March 2. 

Andrew Shaw. 

73 March i. 

James Murison. 

74 March 7. 

Andrew Shaw. 



RECTORS 



Ixxi 



1775 March 6. 

James Murison. 

1776 March 4. 

Andrew Shaw. 

1777 March 3. 

James Murison. 

1778 March 2. 

Robert Watson. 

1779 March i. 

Andrew Shaw. 

1780 March 6. 

James Gillespie. 

1781 March 5. 

Hary Spens. 

1782 March 4. 

Joseph M*Cormick. 

1783 March 3. 

James Gillespie. 

1784 March i. 

Hary Spens. 

1785 March 7. 

Joseph M*Cormick. 

1786 March 6. 

James Gillespie. 

1787 March 5. 

Hary Spens. 

1788 March 3. 

Joseph M*Cormick. 

1789 March 2. 

James Gillespie. 

1790 March i. 

George Hill. 

1 791 March 7. 

Joseph M*Cormick. 

1792 March 5. 

Robert Amot. 

1793 March 4. 

George Hill. 

1794 March 3. 

Charles Wilson. 

1795 March 2. 

Joseph M*Cormick. 

1796 March 7. 

Robert Arnot 



^ Declined to accept office : D 



797 March 6. 

Charles Wilson.^ 

798 March 5. 

George Hill. 

799 March 4. 

Charles Wilson. 

800 March 3. 

Robert Arnot. 

801 March 2. 

James Playfair. 

802 March i. 

George Hill. 

803 March 7. 

John Trotter. 

804 March 5. 

Robert Arnot. 

805 March 4. 

James Playfair. 

806 March 3. 

George Hill. 

807 March 2. 

John Trotter. 

808 March 7. 

Robert Arnot. 

809 March 6. 

John Cook. 

810 March 5. 

James Playfair. 

811 March 4. 

George Hill. 

812 March 2. 

John Cook. 

813 March i. 

John Lee. 

814 March 7. 

James Playfair 

815 March 6. 

George Hill. 

816 March 4. 

John Cook. 

817 March 3. 

John Lee. 

818 March 2. 

John Lee. 

Amot elected pro-Rector. 



Ixxii 



RECTORS 



1819 March i. 

George Hill. 

1820 March 6. 

John Cook. 

182 1 March 5. 

John Lee. 

1822 March 4. 

Francis Nicoll. 

1823 March 3. 

Robert Haldane. 

1824 March i. 

John Cook. 

1825 March 7. 

Sir Walter Scott.^ 

1826 March 6. 

George Buist. 

1827 March 5. 

Francis Nicoll. 

1828 March 3. 

Robert Haldane. 

1829 March 2. 

John Mitchell. 

1830 March i. 

George Buist. 

1 83 1 March 7. 

Francis Nicoll. 

1832 March 5. 

Robert Haldane. 

1833 March 4. 

John Mitchell. 

1834 March 3. 

George Buist. 

1835 March 2. 

Francis Nicoll. 



1836 March 7. 

Robert Haldane. 

1837 March 6. 

Thomas Thomson Jackson. 

1838 March 5. 

George Buist 

1839 March 4. 

Sir David Brewster. 

1840 March 2. 

Robert Haldane. 

1 84 1 March i. 

Thomas Thomson Jackson. 

1842 March 7. 

George Buist. 

1843 March 6. 

Thomas Chalmers.* 

1844 March 4. 

Robert Haldane. 

1845 March 3. 

Thomas Thomson Jackson. 

1846 March 2. 

George Buist. 

1847 March i. 

Robert Haldane. 

1848 March 6. 

Robert Haldane. 

1849 March 5. 

Thomas Thomson Jackson. 

1850 March 4. 

George Buist 

1 85 1 March 3. 

No election} 

1852 March i. 

Robert Haldane. 



^ " The Praeses intimated to the meeting that Sir Walter Scott was not eligible 
to the office of Rector in this University and then dissolved the Comitia." — 
University Minutes, 

2 On the following day the Senatus Academicus declared the election of Dr 
Chalmers to be *' null and void, and that the late Rector, Dr Buist, shall, accord- 
ing to usual practice, officiate as the pro- Rector during the ensuing year." — 
University Minutes, 

^ *' The Comitia for electing the Rector met this day according to the usual 
solemnities. The Nations not having appeared to elect Intrants, there was no 
nomination of a Rector, and under these circumstances the late Rector continues, 
according to usage, to discharge the duties of the office for the ensuing year as 
pro- Rector." — University Minutes, 



RECTORS 



Ixxiii 



1853 March 7. 

William Brown. 

1854 March 6. 

George Buist. 

1855 March 5. 

John Tulloch.i 

1856 March 3. 

John Tulloch. 
1S57 March 2. 

William Brown. 
1858 March i. 

Sir Ralph Anstruther.^ 
1S59 March 7. 

Sir Ralph Anstruther. 
1859 December 20. 

Sir Ralph Anstruther.^ 
1862 November 27. 

William Stirling of 
Keir, M.P.* 
1865 November 23. 

John Stuart Mill. 



1868 November 26. 

James Anthony Froude. 
1872 March 28. 

Lord Neaves.* 
1874 November 26. 

Dean Stanley. 
1877 November 22. 

Lord Selbome. 
1880 November 25. 

Sir Theodore Martin. 
1884 January 16. 

Lord Reay.® 
1886 November 25. 

Arthur James Balfour. 
1889 November 28. 

Marquess of Dufferin 
and Ava. 
1892 November 24. 

Marquess of Bute. 
1895 November 28. 

Marquess of Bute. 



^ Dedined to accept office : Dr Buist elected pro- Rector. 

^ Sir Ralph was the first "extrinsic" Rector who was permitted to hold the office. 

' On Notember 24, 1859, Colonel Mure of Caldwell had been elected the first 
^^^ctOToader the Universities (Scotland) Act of 1858, but declined to accept office 
OB iccoant of the sUte of his health. 

' Aftenrards Sir WUliam Stirling-Maxwell, BarL, K.T. 

' Oa November 23, 187 1, Mr John Ruskin had been elected Rector, but was 
lidd to be disqualified for the office on account of his being a Professor. 

* Oo November 22, 1883, Mr James Russell Lowell had been elected Rector, 
l"t withdrew on his eligibility for the office being challenged. 



Ixxiv 



PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS IN THE 
UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS. 

1 747- 1 897. 

THE UNIVERSITY. 

Principal. 

James Donaldson. 

Appointed ist January 1890. 



UNITED COLLEGE. 

Principals, 

Thomas TulHdeph, 

Admitted Principal of St Leonard's Collie ist August 
1739. Appointed first Principal of the United Col- 
lege 24th June 1747. Died 14th November 1777. 

Robert Watson. 

Admitted 9th January 1778. Died ist April 1781. 

Joseph M*Cormick. 

Admitted i8th July 1781. Died 17th June 1799. 

James Play fair. 

Admitted 12th December 1799. Died 26th May 18 19. 

Francis NicoU. 

Admitted i6th November 1S19. Died 8th October 

1835. 
John Hunter. 

Admitted 12th December 1835. Died i8th January 

1837. 
John Lee. 

Admitted 12th June 1837. Resigned 30th November 

iS37- 
Sir David Brewster. 

Admitted 3rd March 1838. Resigned 26th November 
1859. 



PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS Ixxv 

James David Forbes. 

Admitted loth December 1859. Resigned nth Novem- 
ber 1868. 

John Campbell Shairp. 

Admitted 14th December 1868. Died i8th September 
1885. 

James Donaldson. 

Admitted loth April 1886. 



Professors of Greek. 

James Kemp. 

Admitted Professor of Greek in St Salvator's College in 
August 1729. Appointed first Professor of Greek in 
the United College 24th June 1747. Died 17th 
April 1748. 

Walter Wilson. 

Admitted 29th June 1748. Died 2nd February 1769. 

Alexander Morton. 

Admitted i8th May 1769. Resigned 19th May 1772. 

George Hill. 

Admitted 21st May 1772. Resigned 2nd January 1788. 

Henry David Hill. 

Admitted 21st October 1789. Died 14th February 1820. 

Andrew Alexander. 

Admitted i8th October 1820. Died 5th June 1859. 

William Young Sellar. 

Admitted 4th November 1859. Resigned i8th August 
1863. 

Lewis Campbell. 

Admitted 3rd November 1863. Resigned 1 5th July 1892. 

John Burnet. 

Admitted 20th October 1892. 



Professors of Logic, Rhetoric, and Metaphysics. 

Henry Rymer. 

Admitted Professor of Philosophy in St Leonard's College 
in July 1709. Appointed first Professor of Logic, 
Rhetoric, and Metaphysics in the United College 
24th June 1747. Resigned 17th June 1756. 

/ 



Ixxvi PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS 

Robert Watson. 

Admitted i8th June 1756. Resigned 9th January 1778- 

William Barron. 

Admitted 15th May 1778. Died 28th December 1803. 

James Hunter. 

Admitted 15th May 1804. Died 25th February 1845. 

William Spalding. 

Admitted nth June 1845. Died i6th November 1859. 

John Veitch. 

Admitted 26th June i860. Resigned 12th October 
1864. 

Thomas Spencer Baynes. 

Admitted 2nd November 1864. Died 30th May 1887. 

Andrew Seth. 

Admitted ist November 1887. Resigned 8th July 1891 ^ 

Henry Jones. 

Admitted 31st October 1891. Resigned ist OctobeC^ 
1894. 

David George Ritchie. 

Admitted nth October 1894. 



Professors of Ethics and Pneumatics 
(Moral Philosophy). 

John Young. 

Admitted Professor of Philosophy in St Salvator's College 
8th June 1733. Appointed first Professor of Ethics 
and Pneumatics in the United College 24th June 
1747. Died 30th December 1772. 
John Cook. 

Admitted 17th May 1773. Died ist July 18 15. 

William Crawford. 

Admitted 8th November 181 5. Died 23rd September 
1822. 

Thomas Chalmers. 

Admitted 14th November 1823. Resigned 6th November 
1828. 

George Cook. 

Admitted loth November 1828. Died 13th May 1845. 



PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS Ixxvii 

James Frederick Ferrier. 

Admitted nth August 1845. Di^d nth June 1864. 

Robert Flint. 

Admitted i6th November 1864. Resigned 29th July 
1876. 

William Angus Knight. 

Admitted 17th October 1876. 



Professors of Natural and Experimental 

Philosophy. 

David Young. 

Admitted Professor of Philosophy in St Leonard's College 
8th November 17 16. Appointed first Professor of 
Natural and Experiments^ Philosophy in the United 
College 24th June 1747. Died i6th May 1759. 

William Wilkie. 

Admitted 1 2th November 1759. Died 9th October 1772. 

George Forrest. 

Admitted 13th November 1772. Died 5th October 1795. 

John Rotheram. 

Admitted 24th November 1795. Died 6th November 
1804. 

James M'Donald. 

Admitted 14th February 1805. Declared by the House 
of Lords to have been elected illegally 26th May 
1809. 

Thomas Jackson. 

Admitted 29th June 1809. Died 17th February 1837. 

Adam Anderson. 

Admitted 3rd August 1837. Died 5th December 1846. 

William Lewis Ferdinand Fischer. 

Admitted i8th June 1847. Resigned 15th March 1859. 

William Swan. 

Admitted 19th March 1859. Resigned 9th January 1880. 

Arthur Stanley Butler. 

Admitted zith September 1880. 



Ixxviii PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS 



Professors of Humanity. 

Ninian Young. 

Admitted Professor of Humanity in St Leonard's Collie 
in March 1706. Appointed first Professor of 
Humanity in the United College 24th June 1747. 
Died 7th June 1753. 

Alexander Morton. 

Admitted 20th September 1753. Resigned i8th May 
1769. 
John Cook. 

Admitted loth October 1769. Resigned 17th May 1773. 

John Hill. 

Admitted nth November 1773. Resigned 28th June 

1775- 

John Hunter. 

Admitted 4th December 1775. Resigned 1 2th December 

1835. 

Thomas Gillespie. 

Admitted assistant and successor to Professor Hunter 
2 1 St February 1824. Died nth September 1844. 

William Pyper. 

Admitted 4th November 1844. Died 7th January i86i. 

John Campbell Shairp. 

Admitted 19th January 1861. Resigned 26th August 
1871. 

Alexander Roberts. 

Admitted 28th October 187 1. 



Professors of Civil and Natural History. 

William Vilant. 

Admitted Professor of Humanity in St Salvator's Collie 
8th January 1695. Appointed first Professor of 
Civil History in the United College 24th June 1747. 
Resigned 12th June 1751. 

Alexander Morton. 

Admitted 13th June 1751. Resigned 20th September 

1753- 



PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS Ixxix 

William Vilant. 

Re-admitted 20th September 1753. Died 21st January 

1759. 

Alexander Vilant claimed the Chair, in succession to his father, 
but the claim was disallowed and afterwards withdrawn. 

Richard Dick. 

Admitted 13th May 1762. Died 15th February 1764. 

George Forrest. 

Admitted loth January 1765. Resigned 12th November 
1772. 

Hugh Cleghom. 

Admitted ist April 1773. Chair declared vacant, on 
account of the long-continued absence of the Pro- 
fessor, 2nd March 1793. 

John Adamson. 

Admitted i6th April 1793. Died 20th August 1808. 

William Ferrie. 

Admitted 23rd December 1808. Died 7th June 1850. 

William Macdonald. 

Admitted 12th August 1850. Died ist January 1875. 

•Henry Alley ne Nicholson. 

Admitted 20th April 1875. Resigned 22nd May 1882. 

William Carmichael M'Intosh. 

Admitted 28th October 1882. 



Professors of Mathematics. 

David Gregory. 

Admitted Professor of Mathematics in the University 
14th May 1739. Appointed first Professor of 
Mathematics in the United College 24th June 1747. 
Died 13th April 1765. 

Nicolas Vilant. 

Admitted 8th October 1765. Died 25th May 1807. 

Robert Haldane. 

Admitted 14th October 1807. Resigned 21st July 1820. 

Thomas Duncan. 

Admitted 31st October 1820. Died 23rd March 1858. 

John Couch Adams. 

Admitted 22nd April 1858. Resigned 8th January 1859. 



Ixxx PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS 

William Lewis Ferdinand Fischer. 

Admitted 15th March 1859. Resigned ist October 1877. 

George Chrystal. 

Admitted loth November 1877. Resigned in Augus 
1879: 

Peter Redford Scott Lang. 

Admitted 8th November 1879. 



Professors of Medicine. 

Thomas Simson. 

Admitted Professor of Medicine and Anatomy in tt^ 
University 20th January 1722. Appointed 
Professor of Medicine in the United College 24t 
June 1747. Died 30th March 1764. 

James Simson. 

Admitted i8th July 1764. Died 30th August 1770. 

James Flint. 

Admitted 6th December 1770. Resigned 28th April 
1804. 

James Flint and John Flint. 

Admitted joint Professors i6th July 1804. Their election 
declared by the House of Lords to have been ill^;al 
and void 26th May 1809. James Flint re-elected 
29th July 1809. Died i6th December 1810. 

Robert Briggs. 

Admitted 4th March 181 1. Died loth July 1840. 

John Reid. 

Admitted 3rd May 1841, Died 30th July 1849. 

George Edward Day. 

Admitted 23rd October 1849. Resigned i6thMay 1863. 

Oswald Home Bell. 

Admitted 3rd November 1863. Died 24th June 1875. 

James Bell Pettigrew. 

Admitted ist November 1875. , 



PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS Ixxxi 



Professors of Chemistry. 

Arthur Connell. 

Admitted 30th October 1840. Resigned 6th August 
1862. 

Matthew Forster Heddle. 

Admitted 8th November 1862. Resigned 1 5th November 
1884. 

Thomas Purdie. 

Admitted 12th January 1885. 



Professor of Education, 



John Miller Dow Meiklejohn. 

Admitted 21st April 1876. 



ST MARY'S COLLEGE. 



Principals. 



James Murison. 

Admitted 22nd July 1747. Died 31st July 1779. 

James Gillespie. 

Admitted 14th September 1779. Died 2nd June 1791. 

George Hill. 

Admitted 27th July 1791. Died 19th December 181 9. 

fiobert Haldane. 

Admitted 21st July 1820. Died 9th March 1854. 

John Tulloch. 

Admitted 9th November 1854. Died 13th February 
1886. 

John Cunningham. 

Admitted 6th November 1886. Died ist September 
1893. 

Alexander Stewart. 

Admitted i8th July 1894. 



Ixxxii PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS 



Professors of Divinity and Biblical Criticism. 

Andrew Shaw. 

Admitted 30th August 1 739. Died 2 7th November 1 7 79. 

Hary Spens. 

Admitted 29th December 1779. Died 24th November 

1787. 

George Hill. 

Admitted 2nd January 1788. Resigned 27th July 179L 

Robert Arnot. 

Admitted 6th October 1791. Died 2nd July 1808. 

John Cook. 

Admitted 27th September 1808. Died 28th November 
1824. 

John Mitchell. 

Admitted 15th December 1825. Died 14th November 

1835. 

Thomas Thomson Jackson. 

Admitted 26th April 1836. Resigned 14th June 1851. 

William Brown. 

Admitted 14th June 1851. Died 19th July 1868. 

Frederick Crombie. 

Admitted 27th November 1868. Died 19th June 1889. 

Allan Menzies. 

Admitted nth November 1889. 



Professors of Divinity and Ecclesiastical History. 

Archibald Campbell. 

Admitted 17th December 1730. Died 24th April 1756. 

William Brown. 

Admitted 28th February 1757. Died loth January 1791. 

Charles Wilson. 

Admitted 19th November 1793. Died 5th September 
1801. 

John Trotter. 

Admitted ist May 1802. Died nth November 181 1. 

John Lee. 

Admitted 8th April 181 2. Resigned 4th January 1823. 



PRINCIPALS AND PROFESSORS Ixxxiii 

George Buist. 

Admitted 14th October 1823. Died nth April i860. 

John Cook. 

Admitted 15th June i860. Resigned 30th July 1868. 

Alexander Ferrier Mitchell. 

Admitted 21st November 1868. Resigned 31st March 
1894. 

John Herkless. 

Admitted i8th July 1894. 



Professors of Hebrew and Oriental Languages. 

George Hadow. 

Admitted 8th November 1748. Died nth September 
1780. 

Charles Wilson. 

Admitted 7th December 1 780. Resigned 1 9th November 

1793- 
John Trotter. 

Admitted 30th April 1794. Resigned ist May 1802. 

John Cook. 

Admitted 5th May 1802. Resigned 27th September 
1808. 

Daniel Robertson. 

Admitted ist February 1809. Died loth January 181 7. 

George Buist. 

Admitted 25th June 181 7. Resigned 14th October 1823. 

Archibald Baird. 

Admitted 4th November 1823. Died 12th October 1832. 

David Scott. 

Admitted ist July 1833. Died 17th September 1834. 

William Tennant. 

Admitted 14th January 1835. Died 15th October 1848. 

Alexander Ferrier Mitchell. 

Admitted 19th December 1848. Resigned 21st Novem- 
ber 1868. 
John M'Gill. 

Admitted 21st November 1868. Died i6th March 1871. 

John Birrell. 

Admitted 4th November 187 1. 



Ixxxiv 



UNIVERSITY LECTURERS. 
1892- 1897. 

Botany. 
Robert Alexander Robertson, 1892-97.* 

French. 

Frangois Fr6d6ric Roget, 1892-96. 
Jules Kirke de Dreux Kunz, 1896-97. 

History. 
James Mackinnon, 1892-97. 

Aftatomy, 
James Musgrove, 1896-97. 

Materia Medica. 
William Henry de Wytt, 1896-97. 

Physiology. 
Alice Marion Umpherston, 1896-97. 

Modern Greek. 
Antonios Nikolaou Jannaris, 1896-97. 

' Mr Robertson was appointed Lecturer in Botany on 6th April 189 



Ixxxv 



GIFFORD LECTURERS. 
1888-1897. 

Andrew Lang, 1888-90. 
Edward Caird, 1890-92. 
Lewis Campbell, 1894-96. 



UNIVERSITY ASSISTANTS.! 

1892- 1897. 

Greek. 

John Maclennan, 1892-96. 
William Menzies, 1896-97. 

Logic and Metaphysics. 
Robert Latta, 1892-97. 

Moral Philosophy. 

Harold Henry Joachim, 1892-94. 
James Gibson, 1894-96. 
William Robert Scott, 1896-97. 

^ The Assistants were also appointed Lecturers for the Summer Sessions. 



Ixxxvi UNIVERSITY ASSISTANTS 

Natural Philosophy. 
William George Robson, 1892-97. 

Humanity. 

Alfred Newth Macfadyen, 1892-93. 
William Alexander Craigie, 1893-97. 

Natural History. 
Arthur Thomas Masterman, 1893-97. 

Mathematics. 
George Lawson, 1892-97. 

Chemistry. 
Alexander M'Kenzie, 1892-97. 

Hebrew. 

Andrew Gray, 1892-93. 

George Gordon Stott, 1893-94. 

Alan Cant, 1894-95. 

James Goodlet Robertson, 1895-96. 

Henry Grey Graham, 1896-97. 



Ixxxvii 



MATRICULATION STATISTICS. 



I. FIRST MATRICULATIONS AT ST ANDREWS. 



1747-1897. 



1747-48 


16 


1748-49 


20 


1749.50 


5 


1750-51 


34 


1751-52 


18 


1752-53 


28 


1753-54 


18 


1754-55 


24 


1755-56 


24 


1756-57 


33 


1757-58 


29 


1758-59 


20 


1759-60 


25 


1760-61 


21 


1761-62 


26 


1762-63 


29 


1763-64 


29 


1764-65 


25 


1765.66 


29 


176667 


26 


1767-68 


27 


1768-69 


28 


1769.70 


26 


1770-71 


41 


1771-72 


27 


177273 


22 


1773-74 


26 


1774-75 


19 


1775-76 


21 



776-77 25 

777-78 23 

778-79 31 

779-80 39 

780-81 31 

781-82 ^6 

782-83 33 

783-84 44 

784-85 36 

785-86 37 

786-87 29 

787-88 29 

788-89 39 

789-90 20 

790-91 27 

791-92 36 

792-93 20 

793-94 25 

794-95 29 

795-96 24 

796-97 24 

797-98 24 

798-99 22 

799-1800 27 

800-01 25 

801-02 18 

802-03 26 

803-04 23 

804-05 32 



1805-06 


13 


1806-07 


30 


1807-08 


26 


1808-09 


20 


1809-10 


33 


I8IO-II 


35 


I8II-I2 


42 


1812-13 


47 


I8I3-I4 


45 


I8I4-I5 


43 


I8I5-I6 


45 


I8I6-I7 


43 


I8I7-I8 


51 


I8I8-I9 


52 


1819-20 


53 


1820-21 


54 


1821-22 


66 


1822-23 


77 


1823-24 


68 


1824-25 


149 


1825.26 


91 


1826-27 


74 


1827-28 


86 


1828-29 


76 


1829-30 


61 


1830-31 


54 


1831-32 


54 


1832-33 


68 


1833-34 


55 



Ixxxviii MATRICULATION STATISTICS 



1834-35 


40 


1855-56 


45 


1876.77 


39 


1835-36 


40 


1856-57 


46 


1877.78 


56 


1836-37 


50 


1857-58 


44 


1878.79 


61 


1837-38 


43 


1858-59 


33 


1879-80 


48 


1838.39 


35 


1859-60 


67 


1880-81 


65 


1839-40 


39 


1860-61 


61 


1881.82 


58 


1840-41 


37 


1861-62 


66 


1882-83 


57 


1841-42 


42 


1862-63 


62 


1883.84 


59 


1842-43 


39 


1863-64 


52 


1884.85 


62 


1843-44 


57 


1864-65 


53 


1885-86 


62 


1844.45 


54 


1865-66 


56 


1886-87 


48 


1845-46 


57 


1866-67 


59 


1887-88 


56 


1846-47 


62 


1867.68 


49 


1888-89 


66 


1847.48 


64 


1868-69 


66 


1889-90 


46 


1848-49 


50 


1869-70 


59 


1890.91 


61 


1849-50 


60 


1870-71 


60 


1891.92 


41 


1850.51 


57 


1871-72 


64 


1892.93 


68 


1851-52 


77 


1872-73 


45 


1893.94 


58 


1852.53 


69 


1873-74 


38 


1894.95 


48 


1853-54 


51 


1874-75 


53 


1895.96 


68 


1854-55 


57 


1875-76 


48 


1896.97 


83 



II. ANNUAL MATRICULATIONS AT 

ST ANDREWS. 



1859-1897, 



1859.60 


141 


1872-73 


157 


1885-86 


212 


i86o-6i 


147 


1873-74 


140 


1886-87 


216 


1861.62 


163 


1874-75 


141 


1887-88 


218 


1862.63 


182 


1875-76 


146 


1888-89 


232 


1863.64 


170 


1876.77 


131 


1889-90 


208 


1864.65 


166 


1877-78 


153 


1890.91 


201 


1865.66 


171 


1878-79 


161 


1891.92 


189 


1866-67 


173 


1879-80 


158 


1892.93 


204 


1867.68 


168 


1880-81 


188 


1893.94 


214 


1868.69 


184 


1881.82 


193 


1894.95 


203 


1869.70 


177 


1882.83 


195 


1895.96 


212 


1870.71 


172 


1883.84 


195 


1896.97 


236 


1871-72 


176 


1884.85 


203 







MATRICULATION STATISTICS 



Ixxxix 



III. FIRST MATRICULATIONS AT DUNDEE. 



1885-1895 



1885.86 


10 


1889-90 


12 


1893-94 


42 


1886-87 


12 


1890-91 


9 


1894-95 


31 


1887-88 


10 


1891-92 


39 






1888-89 


5 


1892.93 


60 







IV. ANNUAL MATRICULATIONS AT DUNDEE. 



1885-1895. 



1885-86 10 

188687 2 2 

1887-88 26 

1888-89 17 



1889-90 23 

1890-91 21 

1891-92 59 

1892-93 92 



1893-94 77 
1894-95 68 



Ixxxviii MATRICULATION STATISTICS 



1834-35 


40 


1835-36 


40 


1836-37 


50 


1837-38 


43 


1838.39 


35 


1839-40 


39 


1840-41 


37 


1841-42 


42 


1842-43 


39 


1843-44 


57 


1844.45 


54 


1845-46 


57 


1846-47 


62 


1847-48 


64 


1848-49 


50 


1849-50 


60 


1850-51 


57 


1851-52 


77 


1852-53 


69 


1853-54 


51 


1854-55 


57 



1855-56 


45 


1856-57 


46 


1857-58 


44 


1858.59 


33 


1859-60 


67 


1860-61 


61 


1861.62 


66 


1862.63 


62 


1863.64 


52 


1864-65 


53 


1865-66 


56 


1866.67 


59 


1867-68 


49 


1868.69 


66 


1869.70 


59 


1870.71 


60 


1871-72 


64 


1872-73 


45 


1873-74 


38 


1874-75 


53 


1875.76 


48 



1876-77 

1877-78 
1878-79 

1879-80 
1880-81 
1881-82 
1882-83 
1883-84 
1884-85 
1885-86 
1886-87 
1887-88 
1888-89 

1889-90 
1890-91 
1891-92 

1892-93 
1893-94 
1894-95 
1895-96 
1896-97 



^9 
56 

65 

58 
57 
59 
6t 

6i 

66 

46 
61 

4' 
6S 

58 
48 
68 

83 



II. ANNUAL MATRICULATIONS AT 

ST ANDREWS. 



1 859- 1 897. 



1859.60 

1860.61 

1861.62 

1862.63 

1863.64 

1864.65 

1865.66 

1866-67 

1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 



141 

147 
163 

182 

170 

166 

171 

173 
168 

184 

177 
172 

176 



1872-73 


157 


1873-74 


140 


1874-75 


141 


1875-76 


146 


1876-77 


131 


1877-78 


153 


1878-79 


161 


1879-80 


158 


1880-81 


188 


1881-82 


193 


1882-83 


195 


1883-84 


195 


1884-85 


203 



1885-86 


212 


1886-87 


216 


1887-88 


218 


1888-89 


232 


1889-90 


208 


1890-91 


201 


1891-92 


189 


1892-93 


204 


1893-94 


214 


1894.95 


203 


1895.96 


212 


1896.97 


236 



MATRICULATION STATISTICS 



Ixxxix 



III. FIRST MATRICULATIONS AT DUNDEE. 



1885- 1895. 



ISS5-86 
18S6-87 
1837-88 
1888^9 



10 
12 
10 

5 



1889-90 12 

1890-91 9 

1891-92 39 

1892-93 60 



1893-94 42 
1894-95 31 



IV. ANNUAL MATRICULATIONS AT DUNDEE. 



1885- 1895. 



1885.86 
1886.87 
1887.88 
1888-89 



10 
22 
26 

17 



1889-90 23 

1890-91 21 

1891-92 59 

1892-93 92 



1893-94 77 
1894-95 68 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1748 












I748-I749. 

Februarii lomo a.d. 1749. 

*•;*'/•• Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
•* Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Muri- 
son CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Ja. Durham. 
J a. Shaw. 
Pat. Simson. 
Rob. Simson. 
Alexr. Duff. 
Alexr. Frazer. 
Car. Robertsone. 
Willm. Duncan. 
Gul. Sturrock. 
Jacob. Adamson. 



Jacobi Crambie. 
Jacobi Robertson. 
"Jo. Ramsay. 
John Sutherland. 
Pat. Frazer. 
Patrick Moray. 
Robert Dunbar. 
Simon Blair. 
Ja. Thomson, Lum. 



E classe Magistri Henrici Rymer Semibajanorum Regentis. 

Georgi Gourlay. 



1749-1750. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1750. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris nostri 
et Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo 
Murison Mariani CoUegii Praefecto atque Universitatis 
Vice- Rectore. 

E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Thomas Hill. 



Joannes Kettle. 



iH9l MATRICULATION ROLL 



Februarii 22do a.d. 1750. 



Ex eadem classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson receptus est in 

album Academiae 

Thomas Dall. 



Februarii 28vo a.d. 1750. 

. Ex eadem classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson receptus est in 

album Academiae 

Griffithus Ferguson. 



Martii 29no a.d. 1750. 

Ex eadem classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson receptus est in 

album Academiae 

Gulielmus Porteous. 



1750-1751. 

Februarii i5to a.d. 1751. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris nostri 
ct Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea 
Shaw in CoUeg^o Mariano S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 

E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Alexander Shaw. 
Georgeus Oswald. 
Gulielmus Walker. 
Jacobus Stoddart. 
Joannes Arnot. 
Patricius Brydone. 



Thomas Duncan. 
Thomas Pringle. 
Tho. Marshall. 
Alexander Munro. 
Andreas Murray. 
Alexr. Mackenzie. 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [i 



Georgius Munro. 
Jacobus M'Lagan. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Joannes Ross. 



Patricius Bryce. 
Robertas M' Lagan. 
Thomas Masson. 
Gulielmus Crombie. 



E classe Magistri Henrici Rymer Semibajanorum Regei 
Elgin. I Alexander Bisset, | Jacobus Stewart 

E classe Magistri Joannis Young Baccalaureorum Regei 
David Smith. | Jacobus Lighton. 

Maii 3imo a.d. 1751. 
E classe Magistri Henrici Rymer Philosophiae Professo 



Milcolumbus Pack. 
Daniel Bryce. 
David Swan. 
Gulielmus M'Ligh. 
Jacobus Buchannan. 



Jacobus Laing. 
Joannes Barcklay. 
Thomas Skinner. 
Joannes Miller. 



1751-1752. 

X 

Februarii i4to a.d. 1752. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris nc 
et Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jac 
Murison Collegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universil 
Rectore. 



E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Geo. Duff. 
Lud. Duff. 
Jacobus Dudingston. 



Joannes Craigie. 
Joannes Gourlay. 
Gul. Mackenzie. 



J75i] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



Da. Donaldson. 
Ja. Anderson. 
Ja. Greig. 
Jo. Richey. 
Jo. Grant. 



, Pat. Key. 
Rob. M'farlane. 
Rob. Swan. 
Rob. SommerveL 



E dasse Magistri Joannis Young Philosophiae Professoris. 
Arch. Menzies. I Alexr. Gibson. 



E classe Magistri Henrici Rymer Philosophiae Professoris. 

James Bruce. 



1752-1753. 

Februarii 2omo a.d. 1753. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Thoma TuUi- 
deph CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Divi Leonardi Praefecto 
^tque Universitatis Rectore. 

E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Geo. Home. 
Gul. Oliphant. 
Joannes Gillespie. 
Joannes Home. 
Robt. Farq'son. 
Thomas Graeme. 



Thomas Lockhart. 
Alexr. Grant. 
Allan Stewart. 
Georgius M'Liesh. 
Georgius Wright. 



E classe Magistri Henrici Rymer Philosophiae Professoris. 



Andrea Waddell. 
Jacobus Bennet. 
James Hay. 
Joannes Bennet. 



Jacobus Cheap. 
Johannes Mitchell. 
Gulielmus Keyden. 
Gulielmus Dow. 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



['75' 



Jacobus Stewart. 
Jacobus Whyte. 
Joannes Murray. 
Joannes Richardson. 



Nicola Vilant. 
Petrus Wright. 
Josephus M'Intyre. 



E classe Magistri Joannis Young Philosophiae Professoris. 

iEneas Macalester. 

Martii 2do a.d. 1753 receptus est in album Academiae e 
Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens, 
coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison Collegii 
Mariani Praefecto et Universitatis Vice-Rectore. 

Dav. Coventry. 



1753-1754. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1754. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw 
in Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 

E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Gulielmus Masson. 
Gulielmus Maxwell. 
Robertus Scott. 
Donald M'Nicol. 
William Keay. 
Gulielmus Mackenzie. 
Gulielmus Ross. 
Joannes Bethune. 



Christianus Adamson. 
Joannes Adamson. 
Joannes Low. 
Thomas Glass. 
Thomas Hallyburton. 
Thomas Wilkie. 
Jacobus Simson. 



E classe Magistri Henrici Rymer Philosophiae Professoris. 
Doune. | Jac. Clephan. | Alex. Cadger. 




«754] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



1754-1755. 

Februarii i8vo a.d. 1755. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Muri- 
son CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Baillie. 
And. Shaw. 
Col. Beveridge. 
David Miln. 
Gulielmus M'pherson. 
Hugo Shaw. 
J as. Watson. 
Joannes Cook. 
Robertus Baillie. 
Robertus Menzies. 



Archibaldus M 'Arthur. 
Alexander Small. 
Alexr. Pryde. 
George Greig. * 
James Playfair. 
James Wilson. 
Johannes Campbell. 
John Ewan. 
John Trail. 
John Ferguson. 



Zx classe Magistri Henrici Rymer Philosophiae Professoris. 



Jas. Stewart. 
John Stewart. 



John Fitchet. 
Petrus Watson. 



1755-1756. 

Februarii i7mo a.d. 1756. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Thoma TuUideph 
3ollegii Sti. Salvatoris et Divi Leonardi Praefecto atque 
jniversitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Archibald Ogilvy. 
D. Parkhill. 



Duncn. Harrison. 
George Bethune. 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [175s- 



^S \ 



Patrick Graeme. 
Alexander Campbell. 
Bernard M'kenzie. 
Charles Keay. 
Geo. Grantt. 
George Micklejohn. 
James Fergus. 
Jacobi Campbell. 



Jacobe Ferguson. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Joannes Malcolm. 
Joannes Miller. 
Ninian Paton. 
William Richard. 
George Schaw. 



Ex eadem classe. 
Alex. Parkhill. 

Ex classe^ Magistri Henrici Rymer Philosophiae Professoris. 

Chas. Lockhart. 

Eodem die ex classe Magistri Joannis Young Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Thomas Litster. 

Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae e Collegio 
Mariano S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

George Henderson. 



1756-1757. 

Februarii i5to a.d. 1757. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw 
n Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
LJniversitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Archibaldus Gibsone. 
David Milne. 



Gulielmus Laird. 
Jacobus Stuart. 






r:= 



i^ 



1756] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



Johannes Scot. 
M'nachtane Hunter. 
Nisbit Balfour. 
Roberte Halkerston. 
Thomas Hog. 
Andreas Scott. 
David Faimy. 
Jaco. Lumsdaine. 
Donaldus Grant. 
Gulielmus Bethune. 



Gulielmus Eadie. 
Hamilton Killgour. 
Henricus Shand. 
Jacobus Mitchell. 
Joannes Duff. 
Laurentius Adamson. 
Laurent ius Douglas. 
Lodovicus Dunbar. 
Mauricius Ritchy. 
Thomas Young. 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Georgius Scott. 
Gulielmus Crawford. 
Jacobus Carmichael. 
Joannes Pringle. 



Robert us Robertson, 
Thomas Dundas. 
Robertus Bogie. 
Thomas Spankie. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae e CoUegio 
Mariano S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

David Moncrief. 



1757-1758- 

Februarii 23tio a.d. 1758. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
►ivi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison 
ollegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Arthurus Duff. 
Georgius Home. 
Gulielmus Chalmers. 



Joannes Fergusson. 
Joannes Jamison. 
Johanes Smyth. 



10 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



['75 



Robertus Lindsay. 
Thomas Strang. 
Alexander Balmain. 
Andrew Malcolm. 
Carolus Scott. 
Colinus Simmers. 
David Ferguson. 
David Reid. 
Gullielmus Duncan. 



Gulielmus Garvie. 
Gulliemus Thomson. 
Jacobus Wilson. 
Joannes Camron. 
Joannes Campbel. 
Joannes Warden. 
Patricius Rob. 
Rob. Methven. 
Thoma Foggo. 



Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson. 
Zachary M'killichoan. | Laurentius Johnston. 



Ex classe Magistri Joannis Young Philosophiae Professoris 

Joannes Gellatly. 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Andreas Wilson. 



Gulielmus Mitchel. 



1758-1759. 

Februarii 2omo a.d. 1759. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris < 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Sha 
in Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae Professore atqi 
Universitatis Rectore. 



E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



David Forrester. 
Jacbus Foulis. 
Joannes Govan. 
Robertus Stewart. 



Thomas Kettle. 
Alexander Roy. 
Donaldus M'Lennan. 
Duncanus M'Kay. 



1758] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



II 



Jacobus Moyes. 
Joannis Miller. 
Joannis Moncrieff. 
Robertus Buchan. 



Robertus Futt. 
Robertus Stewart. 
Jacobus Izat. 



E classe Magistri Robert! Watson Philosophiae Professoris. 



David Scott. 
Joannes Seton. 



Joannes Lamont. 
Robt. Scott. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae e CoUegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Fredericus MacLagan. 



« 759 -1 760. 

Februarii 2omo a.d. 1760. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison 
Collegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

E classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Brodie. 
Fran. Balfour. 
Gul. Nairne. 
Henricus Erskine. 
Johanes Balfour. 
Jobanis Erskine. 
Andrew Duncan. 
Andreas Ireland-Malcolm. 
Gul. Crichton. 
Gulielmus Rob. 
Jacobus Alexander. 
Jacobus Fergusson. 
Jacobus Marshall. 



Joannes Burn. 
Joannes Kemp. 
Patricius Maxton. 
Patricius M*Vean. 
Patricius Wilson. 
Thomas Elder. 
Patricius Wright. 
Robertus Arnott. 
Robertus Ballingall. 
Thomas Bonthron. 
Thomas Scott. 
Andreas Gray. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [176 



I760-I76I. 

Februarii 26to a.d. 1761. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw S. S. 
Theologiae in Collegio Mariano Professore atque Universi- 
tatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Georgius Shaw. 
Georgius Stark. 
Gulielmus Murray. 
Jacobus Hamilton. 
Joanes Hill. 



Gulielmus Duncan. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Jacobus Croon. 
Jacobus b'inlayson. 
Jacobus Robertson. 



Joanes Thomson. ' Johannes Brodie. 

Alexander Duncan. 1 Johannis M'kay. 



Alexander Hill. 
Georgius Stirtan. 
Gulielmus Barron. 



Peter Woodderspoon. 
Richardus Watson. 
Jacobus Walker. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae e Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Gulielmus Young. 



I761-I762. 

Februarii i7mo a.d. 1762. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison 
Collegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae Professoris. 
David Smyth. | Gul. Douglas. | Robertus Rintoul. 



i76i] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



13 



£x classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Carolus Stuart. 
Carolus Wedderbum. 
David Burnet. 
Georgius Hill. 
GuJielmus Moncrieff. 
Mauritius Youn^. 
Nigelli Fergusson. 
Alexander Gibson. 
David Brown. 
David Campbell. 
David Fair. 
David Rattray. 



Georgius Campbell. 
Henricus Rattray. 
Hugo Stalker. 
Jacobus Christie. 
Jacobus Scot. 
Joannes Beatson. 
Johannes Dov^r. 
Joannes M'Liesh. 
Joannes Matheson. 
Thoma Peirson. 
Gulielmus Thomson. 



1762- 1763. 

Februarii 22do a.d. 1763. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
ti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw 
. S. Theologiae in Collegio Mariano Professore atque 
Jniversitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Alexander Hog. 
Andreas Houstoun. 
David Wemyss. 
Franciscus Charteris. 
Johannes Craigie. 
Johanes Playfair. 
Joannes Stark. 
Robertus Shaw. 
Robertus Wellwood, 
Richard Whishaw. 



Adam Fergusson. 
Alexander Duncan. 
Alexander Meldrum. 
Andreas Greig. 
Andreas Thomson. 
Archibaldus Buchanan. 
David Richardson. 
David Tod. 
Donaldus M'Intyre. 
Georgeus Heggie. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



Guilielmus Duncan. 
Hugo Sutherland. 
Jacobus Brown. 
Joanes Braid. 
Joannes Grant. 



Joanes Norisson. 
Patricius Grant. 
Thomas Reatt. 
Jacobus Drummond 



1763-1764- 

Februarii 2imo a.d. 1764. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris e 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Mi: 
Collegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rector 

Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graces 

Professoris. 



Alexander Bayne. 
Claud Meldrum. 
David Ireland. 
Duncanus Stewart. 
Jacobus Lawrie. 
Joannes Buddo. 
Johannes M'Cliesh. 
Johannes Small. 



Johannes Stark. 
Joannis Steedman 
Joannes Malcolm. 
Patrick M'^DougaL 
Robertus Patersor 
Thoma Barclay. 
Robers. Dow. 



Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graeca 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Brodie. 
Alexr. Innes. 
Archd. Murdoch. 
David Walker. 
Gul. Campbell. 
Hugo Pollock. 
Jacobus Gillespie. 



Joannes Dick. 
John Graham. 
Lachlan Ballingall. 
Robertus Graham. 
Jacobus Cunninghan 
Joannes Cunninghan 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Georgius Low. 



1764] 



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15 



1764-1765. 

Febniarii igno a.d. 1765. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw S. S. 
Theologiae in CoUegio Mariano Professore atque Univer- 
sitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Cumberland. 
Alexr. Cumming. 
Alexander TurnbuU. 
Alexr. Young. 
Jacobus Cook. 
Jacobus Nairne. 
Joannes Anstruther. 
Joannes Henderson. 
David Davidson. 
Gulielmus Gourlay. 
Henry Watt. 
James Bell. 
Jacobus M'Diarmid. 



Jacobus Weems. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Inches. 
Lud. Grant. 
Patricius Hood. 
Patricius Hutchison. 
Robertus Drysdale. 
Robert Stewart. 
Rob Fergusson. 
Thomas Hill. 
Wemyss Robertson. 
John Gordon. 



1 765- 1 766. 



Februarii i8vo a.d. 1766. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
^nardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison 
^U^i Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Wilson Linguae Graecae Professoris. 



David Maxwell. 
Geo. Norie. 



Hugo Maxwell. 
Jac. Stark. 



i6 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[176, 



Joannes Ramsay. 
Ninian Imrie. 
Thomas Hay. 
Alexander Paterson. 
Alexander Tod. 
Andreas Low. 
Carolus Webster. 
David Meldrum. 



Gulielmus Braid. 
Johannis Adamson. 
Joannes Henry. 
Joannes Scott. 
Joannes Smith. 
Joannes Steedman. 
Joannes M'Laren. 
Patricius Bower. 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Hector M'Aulay. 



Eodem die recepti sunt in album Academiae e Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Alexander Falconer. 
Alex. Ramsay. 



Jacobus Kirkpatrick. 



Februarii 24to 1766 receptus est in album Academiae 
e Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

Alexr. M'konochie. 



Martii 3tio a.d. 1766 recepti sunt in album Academiae e 
Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosi nomina sub- 
scribentes. 



Gulielmus Gordon. 
Alexr. Robertson. 



Alexander Gibson. 
Jacobus Forrester, 



1766=1767. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1767. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison 



1766] 



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17 



Collegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Vice- 

Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Richd. French, Hibemus. 
Thomas Martin, Anglus. 



AUani Comfoot. 



£x classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexander Murray. 

Gulielmus Rankine. 
Johannes Anstruther. 
Johannes Rankine. 
Patricius Fairweather. 
Philip Anstruther. 
Stewart West. 
Thomas Davidson. 
Alexander Grant. 
Alexr. Ingram. 
Coll. M'Dougall. 
David Dick. 



Ebenezer Marshal. 
Gulielmus Ritchie. 
Jacobus Brown. 
James Buik. 
James Fortune. 
Jacobus Gleny. 
Jacobus Hill. 
Jacobus Litster. 
Joannes Stewart. 
Patricus Watson. 
Jacobus Jaifray. 



1 767- 1 768. 

Februarii a.d. 1768. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw S. S. 
rheologiae in Collegio Mariano Professore atque Universi- 
atis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Georgius Smith. 
Laurentius Craigie. 



Robertus Arbuthnott. 
Carolus M'Nab. 



B 



i8 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Lingu 

Professoris. 



Archibaldus Stevenson. 
David Gray. 
Gulielmus Douglas. 
Gulielmus Ramsay. 
Jacobus Wood. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Rutherford. 
Joannes Williamson. 
Munro Ross. 
Robertas Milligan. 
Robertus Young. 



Alexr. Wilson. 
Andreas Gray. 
Carolus Stewart. 
David Simm. 
Georgius Gib. 
Jac. M'Donald. 
John Gibson. 
Matthaeus Taylor. 
Thomas Melvill. 
Thomas Stewart. 
Georgius Walker. 



Martii 5to 1768 receptus est in album Academiae 
classe Magistri Joannis Young nomen subscribens 

Jacobus M'farlane. 



1 768- 1 769. 

Februarii 2imo a.d. 1769. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris i 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Mi 
CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Recto 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Alexander Renton. 
John Ferguson. 



Alexander Low. 
Jacobus Husband 



Ex classe Magistri Gualteri Wilson Graecae Lingu 

Professoris. 



Alexr. M'Dougall. 
Alexr. Murray. 



Gullielmus Gillesp 
Jacobus Crichton. 




1768] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



19 



Johannes Chalmers. 
Joannes Fissher. 
Joannes Hunter. 
Joannis Jobson. 
Joannes Stark. 
Thomas Ranken. 
Alexander Stewart. 
Allan Robertson. 
Andrsas Bell. 
Archibaldus Singer. 



David Thomson. 
Georgius Bruce. 
Georgius Gordon. 
Gulielmi Mitchel. 
Jacobus Badenach. 
Jacobus Playfair. 
Joannes M 'Arthur. 
Thomas Constable. 
Jacobus Laing. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae e Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

David Wilkie. 



1 769- 1 770. 

Februarii 23tio a.d. 1770. 

Nomina incorporatonim in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw S. S. 
Theologiae in Collegio Mariano Frofessore atque Univer- 
sitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



David Carnegie. 
Gull. Villettes. 
Henricus Makdougall. 
Henricus Villettes. 



Johannes Mackenzie. 
Normannus MacLeod. 
Glen Drayton. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Wilkie Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Jas. Patton. 



Patrick Anderson. 



20 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



['7' 



Ex classe Magistri Alexandri Morton Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Jacobi Cargill. 
Jacobi Ramsay. 
John Wilkie. 
Henry Miller. 
Lau. Gillespie. 
Walter Wilson. 
Alexr. M'Aulay. 
Alexr. Salmon. 
And. Duncan. 



Fran. Grant. 
James Jack. 
John West. 
Robert Gun. 
Joannes Webster. 
Thomas Fairfull. 
Thomas Fleming. 
Joannes Sandeman. 



I77O-I77I. 

Februarii 2imo a.d. 1771. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et St 
Leonard! coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Muriso 
CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Georgius Douglas. 
Gulielmus Bertram. 
Robertus Steavenson. 



Thomas Bowdler. 
Gulielmus Henderson. 
Robertus Robertson. 



Ex classe Magistri Alexandri Morton Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Mair. 
Caroli Gray. 
Georgius Graeme. 
Georgius De Haddo. 
Gual. Ogilvy. 



Gulielmus Honyman. 
Gulielmus Menzies. 
Jacobus Dallas. 
James Mair. 
Joannis Hay. 



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21 



Robertas Donaldson. 
Robertas Burnett. 
Alexr. Bishop. 
Alexr. M'kenzie. 
Andreas Bell. 
Andreas Bell. 
Christopherus Seton. 
David Grant. 
David Hill. 
David Ritchie. 
Duncan Ferguson* 
Duncanus M' Parian. 
Gulielmus Chalmers. 



Hay Reekie. 
Henricus Dempster. 
Jacobus Christie. 
Jacobus Miln. 
Jacobus Saunders. 
Joannes Hall. 
Patricius Murray. 
Spence Oliphant. 
Thomas Couper. 
Thomas Craigdallie. 
Thomas Scott. 
Gulielmus Ritchie. 



1771-1772. 

Pebruarii i8vo a.d. 1772. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Thoma TuUideph 
CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Wilkie Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Gul. Laur. Brown. 



Ex classe Magistri Alexandri Morton Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Carolus Campbell. 
David Ogilvy. 
Gulielmus Inglis. 
Gulielmus Sinclair. 
Jacobus M'Neill. 
Johannes Abercrombie. 



Johannes Sinclair. 
Johannes Ogilvie. 
Robertus Bisset. 
Alexr. Kirk. 
Alexr. Robertson. 
Chas. Grace. 



22 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[: 



Georgius Fortune. 
Gulielmus Henderson. 
Gulielmus M 'Ritchie. 
Gulielmus Scott. 
Jacobus Fisher. 
Jacobus Yeaman. 
Joannes Bayne. 



Joannes Bennet 
Joannis Carstairs. 
Robertus Robertson. 
Robertus Young. 
Thomas Whitson. 
Thrift Meldrum. 
Joannes Maxton. 



1 772- 1 773. 

Februarii i6to a.d. 1773. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw 5 
Theologiae in Collegio Mariano Professore atque Univ 
tatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Jacobus Hadow. 
Meade Hobson. 
Saml. Hobson. 



Thos. Durham. 
Alexr. Luders. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Forrest Philosophiae Profess 

Robertus Riddell. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill 

Alexander Walker. 
Jacobus Meik. 
Robertus Traill. 
Thoma Moncreiife. 
Andreas Stirtan. 
David Chisholm. 
Gulielmus Grame. 
Jacobus Trail. 



Graecae Linguae Profess 

Joannes Gordon. 
Joannes Mitchel. 
Joannes Shand. 
Kentigemus Henry. 
Thomas Pitcairn. 
Thos. Young. 
James Robertson. 



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23 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae CoUegio 
Hariaoo S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Gulielmus Maule. 



I 773 -I 774. 

Februarii i5to a.d. 1774. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison 
CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Joannes Bennettus Popkin. 



Gulielmus Fisher. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Henry Whinfield. 
John Brown. • 
Joannes Rait. 
Robertus Hunter. 
Thomas Murray. 
Andreas Grant. 
Alexr. Macfarlane. 
Carolus Moodie. 
Colin Matheson. 
Donaldus Smith. 
Georgius Bennet. 
Georgius RoUo. 



Gulielmus Constable. 
Gulielmus Moodie. 
Jacobe Eraser. 
Jacobus Grant. 
Jacobus Hird. 
Jacobus Mitchell. 
Jacobus Wilkie. 
Johanes Groves. 
Joannes Manson. 
Robertus M*ara. 
David Tod. 



odem die receptus est in album Academiae Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Antonius Traill. 9 



24 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1774 



1774-1775. 

Februaxii 23tio a.d. 1775. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw S. S. 
Theologiae in Collegio Mariano Professore atque Universi- 
tatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae Professoris. 

Geo. Jas. Riddell. Jacobus Mylne. 

Gul. Cuninghame. Thomas Dalyell. 

Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae Professoris. 



Alexr. Loraine. 
Gulielmus Robertson. 
Henricus Hill. 
Joannes Fullerton. 
Thomas Hutton. 
Thomas Wilson. 
Alexr. Hunter. 



Georgius Drummond. 
Jacobus Lyon. 
Jacobus Will. 
Kentigernus M'Farlane. 
Patricius Matthew. 
Robertus Anderson. 
Robertus Henry. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Jacobus Patricius Bannerman. 



1775-1776- 

Februarii i5to a.d. 1776. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti, Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Murison 
Collegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae Professoris. 

David Brown. 



1775] 



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25 



Ex classe Magistri Forrest Philosophiae Professoris. 

Niel Campbell. 

Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



David Jobson. 

Andreas High. 

Dad. Litster. 

Daniel M'Kiech. 

Gulielmus Inches. 
GflJielmus Spence. 
Jacobus Grant. 
Jacobus Markham. 
Joannes Grant. 
Joannes M'Intyre. 



Joannes Sherriifs. 
Milcolumbus Campbell. 
Petrus Greenhill. 
Patricias M'llchonell. 
Thomas Barty. 
Gershomus Guthrie. 
Gulielmus Campbell. 
Jacobus Reid. 
David Burn. 



1776-1777. 

Februarii i8vo a.d. 1777. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
^onardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Andrea Shaw S. S. 
tieologiae in CoUegio Mariano Professore atque Universi- 
tis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Andreas Willison. 
Robtus. Brown. 



Thomas Williamson, 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Duff. 
Alexr. Gillespie. 



Georgius Hadow. 
Gramii Mercer. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [i 



Joannes Thomson. 
Emanuel Thomas Hay. 
Antonius Dow. 
Alexr. Thain. 
David Arnot. 
David Low. 
David Pyper. 
Gulielmus Hall. 
Jacobus Lonie. 



Joannis Barclay. 
Patricius Frazer. 
Robertus Halkerston. 
Robertus Marr. 
Thomas Adamson. 
Thomas Campbell. 
Jacobus Mackay. 
Jac. Fullarton Carne{ 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae CoU 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscriben 

Gualterus Kinross. 



1 777- 1 778. 



Februarii i7mo a.d. 1778. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Mui 
CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Roberti Watson Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Jacobus Brugh. 

Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Georgius Cumine. 
Josephus Pitcarn. 
Joannes Hepburn. 
Robertus Hepburn. 
Robertus Speid. 
Samuel Hepburn. 
Alexander Goodsir. 



Edwd. Hankin. 
Alexr. Stewart. 
Allan Saunders. 
Andreas Bethune. 
David Malcolm. 
David Bower. 
Jacobus Bruce. 



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Jacobus Morris. 
Joannes Boyd. 
Joannes Somerville. 
Robertus Meldnim. 



Thomas Blair. 
Jacobus Paton. 
Jacobe Brown. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Thos. Thompson. 



1778-177Q. 

Februarii i8vo a.d. 1779. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegfio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Roberto Watson 
CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 

£x dasse Mag^stri Georgii Forrest Philosophiae Professoris. 

Car. Fyffe. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Latinarum et classe 

Mathematica. 

Arthur Burnett. | Joannes Burnett. 

Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Greenhill. 
Gul. Paston. 
Gul. Ramsay. 
Joannes Neilson. 
Patricius Whitson. 
Robertus Banks. 
Thomas Millar. 



Thomas Rogers. 
Alexr. Maule. 
Alanus Stewart. 
Colenus Morison. 
George Purves. 
Gulielmus Walker. 
Gulielmus Forfar. 



28 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [r 



Jacobus Hall. 
Jacobus Simmie. 
Johanes Edmond. 
Joannes Hutchison. 
Joannes M'Intyre. 
Pat. M'lntyre. 
Patricius Walker. 



Robertus Duncan. 
Robertus Knox. 
Robertus Russel. 
Robertus Wilson. 
Thomas Traill. 
Gulielmus Menzies. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae Collej 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens 

Robert Gillan. 



1779- 1780. 

Februarii i5to A.D. 1780. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Roberto Wat 
CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto at 
Universitatis ex-Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Gul. Durham. 
Gul. Shiel. 
James Stewart. 



M. Campbell. 
Charles Alison. 



Ex classe Magistri Joannis Cook. 
Thomas Hobhouse. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 
Tho. Crookenden. | James Leith. | James Lesl 



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29 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae Professoris. 



Andreas Smith. 
Jacobus Crow. 
Johannes Guthrie. 
Johannes Marshall. 
Thomas Driver. 
Thomas TurnbuU. 
Allanus Briggs. 
Andreas Hutton. 
Colenus M'Vean. 
David Balmain. 
David Duncan. 
Daniel Ferg^sson. 
David Ritchie. 
Gulielmus Kemp. 
Gulielmus Halding. 



Gulielmus Johnston. 
Gulielmus Wilson. 
Gulielmus Watt. 
Joannes Brown. 
Joannes Grant. 
Joannes Lootfoot. 
Jacobus Ivory. 
James Smart. 
Jacobus Duncan. 
Jacobus Duncan. 
Patricius M'Laren. 
Robertus Crawfurd. 
Robertus Gordon. 
Robertus Watt. 
Joannes Swan. 



1780=1781. 



Februarii 2omo a.d. 1781. 



Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Gillespie 
CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexander Gordon. 
David Hadow. 
Georgi Kirkaldie. 
Joannes Flint. 
Joannes Gordon. 



Alexr. Coldstream. 
Alex. Hackney. 
David Guild. 
David Traill. 
David Williamson. 



30 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



David Wilson. 
Donaldus Campbell. 
Donaldus M'Nicol. 
Georgius Kennedy. 
Georgius Ker. 
Gualterus Sim. 
Gulielmus Chalmers. 
Gulielmus Craik. 
Gulielmus Nicol. 
Gulielmus Reid. 
Jacobus Maxton. 



Jacobus Paterson 
Joannes Campbel 
Joannes Lamb. 
Joannes Malcolm 
Joannes Maxton. 
Joannes Paterson 
Joannes Roger. 
Laurentius Adam 
Thos. Adamson. 
Jacobus Thomsoi 



I781-I782. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1782. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Henrico 
S. S. Theologiae in CoUegio Mariano Professore 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Lingus 

Professoris. 



Archd. Hepburn. 
Corbin Braxton. 
Carter Braxton. 
William Hunter. 
Holte Mackenzie. 
James Burn. 
Jacobus Gordon. 
Robertus Menzies. 
Alexander M'uan. 
Alexr. Reid. 
Alexr. Stalker. 



And. Finlay. 
Archd. Campbell. 
Archd. M 'Arthur, 
Archd. Menzies. 
Dav. Dow. 
Duncan M'Naugl 
William Bonella. 
William Wilson. 
Jacobus Brown. 
Jacobus Cant. 
Jacobus Roger. 



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Joannes Flowers. 

Joannes Bayne. 

Joannes Lesslie. 

John Whytock. 

Joseph M'Gibbon. 

Georgius Monck Berkeley. 

Thos. Thomas. 



Johannes Halkett. 
Laurence Butter. 
Patricius Beath. 
Robertus Doig. 
Thomas Cunningham. 
Gulielmi Mitchell. 



Eodem die receptus est in album Academiae CoUegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

John Buist. 



1 782- 1 783. 

Febniarii i8vo a.d. 1783. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Lconardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Josepho M'Cormick 
CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Elgin. I J. Hume. | Georgius Greig. 



Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum. 
John Robins Gaine. | Adam Cairns. 

Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 
• Professoris. 

Alexr. Grant. Alexr. M'kenzie. 

Alexr. Guthrie. Carolus Grant. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1782 



David Hunter. 
Gualterus Grant. 
Jacobus Oswald. 
Joanes M'Neill. 
Joanes Mellis. 
Joannes Pearce. 
Kenethus Mackenzie. 
Meredith Price. 
Robertus Wood. 
Thos. Denman Ledward. 
Alexr. Falconer. 
Alexr. Flockhart. 



Alexr. Isale. 
Alexr. MacGregor. 
David Davidson. 
George Smith. 
Jacobus Stewart. 
Joannes Martin. 
Laurs. Moyes. 
Milcolumbus Downie, 
Thos. Adamson. 
Thos. Guillan. 
Patreck M'Lellan. 
John Armet. 



1783-1784- 

Februarii igno a.d. 1784. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Sal vat or is et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Gillespie 
CoUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Henricus Grimston. 

Jacobus Garthshore. Pridem ex hoc classe 

nunc vero ex Graeca. 
Carolus Bruce. 

Ex classe secunda Litterarum Humaniorum. 

Georgius Morison. 

Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Archd. Butter. 
George Greenlaw. 



Willm. Drummond. 
Jas. Gordon. 



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James Craik. 
Thomas Graham. 
Jas. M'NeiU. 
Jas. Mitchell. 
Jas. Smith. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Cook. 
Joannes Greenlaw. 
Malcolm M'Neill. 
Murdoch Mackenzie. 
Alexander Davie. 
Alexr. M'Intyre. 
Andrew Ballingall. 
Charles Sivright. 
David Moncur. 
David Pitcairn. 
Duncanus Forbes. 



Gul. Creighton. 
Gul. Walker. 
Gul. Watson. 
Henry Garnock. 
James Johnston. 
Jac. Wilson. 
Joannes Duff. 
Joannes Pringle. 
Joannes Grieg. 
Joannes M'Naughtan. 
Patricias Moir. 
Robertas Anderson. 
Robertus Henry. 
Robertus Malcolm. 
Robertus Tait. 
Samuel Cameron. 
Jacobus Kirk. 



Eodem die recepti sunt in album Academiae CoUegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosi. 

Carolus Hunter. | Georgius Lawrance. 



^ 1 784- 1 785. 

Decembris a.d. 1784. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
eonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Henrico Spens S. S. 
tieologiae in Collegio Mariano Professore atque Univer- 
atis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



George Paterson. 



I 



John Murray. 



34 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1784 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Alexr. Hunter. 
Donald M'Neill. 
William Dalgleish. 
James Hunter. 
Joannes Crichton. 
Joannes Hunter. 
Joannes Todd. 
Laurent. Oliphant. 
Murray Grant. 
Thomas Frazer. 
Alexander Fleming. 
Alexander M'Killop. 
David Purves. 
Alexander Menzies. 
Georgius Cant. 



Gulielmus Greig. 
Gulielmus M'Call. 
Gulielmus West. 
Henricus Liston. 
Jacobus Carstairs. 
Jacobus Davidson. 
Jacobus Davidson. 
Jacobus Hutton. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Johannes Carmichael. 
Johannes M'Lagan. 
Patricius Keilar. 
Patrcius Penny. 
Thomas Meek. 
Duncanus Campbell. 



Ex classe Ethica. 
Georgius Cookes. | Joshua Middleton. 

Theologiae Studiosi. 
Thomas Scott. | Alexr. Forrester. 



1785- 1786. 

Februarii 2imo a.d. 1786. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Josepho M'Cormick 
CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Gulielmus French. 



1785] 



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Ex classe Graeca secunda. 

Carolus Graham. 
Carolus Lyell. 
Georgius Douglas. 



Joannis Carnegie. 
Alexander Stewart. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Graecae Linguae 

Professoris. 



Adamus Greenlaw. 
Antonius Murray. 
Arthur Jarvis. 
Daniel M'Lean. 
Eduardus Graham. 
Georgius Cook. 
Gulielmus Pearce. 
Gulielmus Vilant. 
Hugo Baimsfather. 
Jacobus Dewar. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes M'Lean. 
Alexander Henderson. 
Alexander Rintoul. 
Andreas Kemp. 
Daniel Dewar. 



David Hunter. 
David Watt. 
Fordice Roger. 
Griffith Ireland. 
Gulielmus Grant. 
Jacobus Ogilvy Henderson. 
Jacobus Langlands. 
Jacobus M'Reith. 
Jacobus McLaren. 
Jacobus Malcolm. 
Joannes Mitchell. 
Joannes Webster. 
Patricius M'Pherson. 
Richardus Rose. 
Robertus Burton. 



1 786- 1 787. 

Februarii 22do a.d. 1787. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
eonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo Gillespie 
oUegii Mariani Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Home. 

Carolus Maitland. 



Patricius Maitland. 
Andrew Patton. 



36 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[' 



Ex classe Graeca secunda. 
David Boyle. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Alexander Craik. 
Alexr. Blackwood Vilant. 
Alexr. Wood. 
David Erskine. 
Georgius Chaplin. 
Georgius Douglass. 
Georgius Logan. 
Georgius Murray. 
Gulielmus Berry. 
Gulielmus Robertson. 
Josephus M'Cormick. 
Thomas Peat. 



Gulielmus Anderson. 
Gulielmus Donaldson. 
Gulielmus M'Culloch. 
Hugo M'Dougall. 
Joannes Beattie. 
Joannes Cupples. 
Joannes Stewart. 
Richardus Turpin. 
Robertus Purves. 
Robertus Coutts. 
Roger Hutton. 
David Ballingall. 



1 787- 1 788. 

Februarii 22do a.d. 1788. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Josepho M'Con 
CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto a 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Magistri Georgii Hill Linguae Graecae 

Professoris. 



Andreas Jameson. 
Calenus Campbell. 
Hugo Arnot. 
Hew Dalrymple. 
Jacobus Floyer Erskine. 



Jacobus Johnston. 
Jacobus Stuart. 
Joannes Johnston. 
John Murray. 
Robert Alison. 



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Thomas Logan. 
David Savile. 
Franciscus Bathie. 
George Admson. 
Giilielmus Davie. 
Gulielmus Greigor. 
Gulielmus Stark. 
Henry Thomson. 
Jacobus Hunter. 
Jacobus Kerr. 



Joannis Anderson. 
Joanis King. 
Josephus Farquharson, 
Patricius Maclsaac. 
Robertus Kerr. 
Robertus Swan. 
Thomas Carnie. 
Thomas Couston. 
Joannes MacNicoL 



1 788- 1 789. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1789. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Josepho M'Cormick 
Collegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum. 



David Johnston. 
Joannes MacVean. 



Robertus Spankie. 
Patricius Ker. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 



Gulielmus Horton. 
Joannes Blaquiere. 



Thomas Blaquiere. 
Jacobus Eraser. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum. 



Alexr. Stewart. 
Arthunis Hunter. 
Georgius Hogarth. 
Georgius H. Montgomery. 



Gulielmus Pairman. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Carmichaell. 
Joannes Dalyell. 



38 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



Joannes Renton. 
Thomas Gibson. 
Alexander Meld rum. 
Andreas Burns. 
Andreus Ramsay. 
David Brichan. 
Donaldus McDonald. 
Duncanus Stuart. 
Edwardus Warden. 
Gulielmus Anderson. 
Gulielmus Arnot. 
Gulielmus Duncan. 



Gulielmus Smith. 
Henricus Duncan. 
Jacobus Dorward. 
Joannes Clarkson. 
Joannes Millar. 
Patricius M'Cewen 
Patricius Maclntyi 
Thomas Kyd. 
Thomas Watson. 
Thomas Thomson. 
Joannes Couper. 



1 789- 1 790. 

Februarii i8vo a.d. 1790. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvat( 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Jacobo G 
Collegii Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis R 



Ex classe secunda Litterarum Gra«carum. 



David Wedderburn. 



I 



R. R. Sparrow. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum. 



Gualterus Cook. 
Henricus Alison. 
Henricus Clephane. 
Thomas Hallows. 
Alexander King. 
Alexander McDonald. 
Arthurus Edie. 
Gaulterus Dickson. 
Gulielmus Kermock. 



Jacobus M'Gregoi 
Jacobus Peters. 
Jacobus Soutter. 
Joan. M'Culloch. 
Robertus Campbe 
Robertus Henden 
Thomas Blair. 
Alexander Stewar 



1789] 



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39 



Febraarii decimo nono 1790 receptus est in album 
Academiae e Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen 

subscribens. 

Franciscus Nicol. 



I79O-I79I 



Februarii i7mo a.d. 179 i. 

Nomina incorporatonim in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino D. Georgio Hill 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Theologiae Professore atque Uni- 
versitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum. 



David Stewart Moncrieffe. 
Edvardus Strachey. 
Galielmns Crombie. 



Josephus Lowe. 
Georgius Whitson. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum. 



Abrahamus Home. 
Archibaldus Nicol. 
Carolus Nicol. 
Georgius Guthrie. 
Gulielmus Bett. 
Jacobus Greenhill. 
Joannes Wilson. 
Patricius Chalmers. 
Alexander M'Donald. 
Andreas Smith. 
Archibaldus M'Dougall. 



David Baxter. 
Gilbertus Stewart. 
Gulielmus Smith. 
Henricus Robertson, 
Hugo Dewar. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannis M'Dougall. 
Joannis Wemyss. 
Paterson Saunders. 
Thomas Brown. 
Thomas Duncan. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1791 



I79I-I792. 

Februaxii 23tio a.d. 1792. 

Nomina incorporatonim in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonard! coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Josepho 
M'Cormick Collegii Sti. Salvatoris et Divi Leonardi 
Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum. 



Joans. Dunbar. 
Johannes Lyell. 
Alexander Irvine. 



Joannes Walker. 
Thomas Menzies. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Brooke Hinds. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Daniel Maclntyre. 
David Symers. 
Fridericus Grant. 
Georgius Campbell. 
Georgius Jacobus Gillespie. 
Gualterus Stirling Glas. 
Jacobus Scott. 
Jacobus Williamson. 
Josephus Cook. 
Robertus Adamson. 
Robertus Gillespie Smyth. 
Robertus Ramsay. 
Alexr. Williamson. 
Andrias M 'Donald. 
Andreas Melvill. 



Gulielmus Carstairs. 
Gulielmus Chalmers. 
Gulielmus Malcolm. 
Gulielmus Shaw. 
Gulielmus Stewart. 
Gulielmus Thomson. 
Jacobus Miller. 
Jacobus Smith. 
Jacobus Walker. 
Joannes Peddie. 
Joannes Walker. 
Patricius Grant. 
Robertus Watson. 
Thomas Chalmers. 
Georgius Watson. 



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1792- 1793. 

Februarii 2imo a.d. 1793. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Roberto 
Amot Collegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore 
atque Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum. 
Alexander Irvine. | Alexander Stewart. 

Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

D. G. Hallyburton. | Joannes P. Dalrymple. 

Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 

Carolus Broadhead. David Harris. 

David Gillespie. Gulielmus Mitchell. 



David Wemyss. 
Jacobus Knox. 
Jacobus Nicol. 
Normandus Lockhart. 
Thomas Stark. 



Jacobus Calvert. 
Jacobus Guild. 
Jacobus Hill. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Joannes Ross. 



Thomas Wilson. I David Mason. 



I 793- I 794. 

Februarii 2omo a.d. 1794. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio 



42 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1793 



Hill Collegii Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis 
Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Archibaldus Brodie. 
Carolus Irvine. 
Gulielmus Walker. 
Jacobus Ogilvy. 
Joannes Bethune Grace. 
Patricus Douglass Hamilton. 
Robertus Guild. 
Robertus MacDonald. 
Alexander Campbell. 
Andreas Carstairs. 
Daniel Ramsay. 



Gulielmus Pool. 
Gulielmus Sime. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Joannes Beattie. 
Joannes Rae. 
Lauchlan Peterkin. 
Patricius Brown. 
Patricius Dow. 
Petrus Crow. 
Robtus. Buchanan. 
Georgius Halson. 



Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum. 
Jacobus MaGregor. | Philippus Hosburgh. 



Ex classe Magistri Gulielmi Barron Philosophiae 

Professoris. 

Joannes MacDiarmid. 



1794-1795 



Februarii igno a.d. 1795. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Carolo Wilson 
CoUegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae Professore 
atque Universitatis Rectore. 



1794] 



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Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Gulielmus Laird. 
David Richardson. 



Georgius Buist. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum. 



Edvardus TerrilL 
Gabriel Hamilton. 
Georgius PattuUo. 
Hugo Rose. 
Jeremias Kirby. 
Johannes Govan. 
Joannes Hill. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Laurentius Craigie. 
Robertus Gourlay. 
Thomas Barron. 
Alexander Kid. 
Alexander Methven. 



Alexander Swan. 
Andreas Farmer. 
Andrew Hutchison. 
Andrew Mitchell. 
David Adams. 
Gulielmus Chalmers. 
Gulielmus Swan. 
Jacobus Baird. 
James Fergusson. 
Joannes Halket. 
Robertus Shaw. 
Smith Kinmonth. 
Johannes McLean. 



1795-1796- 

25to Februarii a.d. 1796. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Josepho 
M'Cormick CoUegii Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto 
atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Alexr. Murray. 
Carolus Chadd. 



Joannes Stewart. 
AUanus MacLean. 



44 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1795 



Alexander Hill. 

Gulielmus Macdonald Fowler. 

Henrey Knight. 

Hugo Hope. 

Jacobus Brodie. 

Joannes Hope. 

Joannes Tod. 

Patricius Millar. 

Petrus Hay. 

Andreas Anderson. 



Jacobus Anderson. 
Jacobus Oliphant. 
Jacobus Rob. Coutts. 
John Archbald. 
Jacobus Scott. 
Joannes Honey. 
Kirtigernes Dick. 
Ludovicus Grant. 
Robertus Lunnen. 
David Howie. 



1706-1797. 

i6to Februarii a.d. 1797. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Roberto Arnot 
in CoUegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



David Holden. 
Gulielmus Ogilvy. 
Hugo Irvine. 
Jacobus Cook. 
Joannes MacGillivray. 
Joannes Beck. 
Petrus Murray. 
Robertus Hunter. 
Thomas Megget. 
Alexr. Berry. 
Alexr. Nimmo. 
David Duff. 



David Duncan. 
Finlay MacRae. 
David Stewart. 
Duncan M'Laren. 
Alexr. Small. 
Archibaldus Menzies. 
Georgius Walker. 
Jacobus Dick. 
Jacobus Henderson. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Petrus Cosens. 
Jacobus M'Lachlan. 



% 



1797] 



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1797-1798. 

22do Februarii a.d. 1798. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Lebnardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Roberto Arnot 
in CoUegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Praeside. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecanim Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 

Patricius Stiriing. 
Thomas Hunter. 



Adamus Hunter. 
Alexander Kettle. 
Alexander Mowat. 
Burton Scott. 
Eugenius M'Pherson. 
Georgius Hunter. 
Gulielmus Campbell. 
Gulielmus Terrill. 
Jacobus Sprot. 
Jacobus Scott. 
John Ogilvy. 
Josephus Brodie. 



Thomas Lawson. 
Thomas Wyllie. 
Joannes Walker. 
Adamus Anderson. 
David Thomson. 
Gulielmus Rodger. 
Jacobus Henderson. 
Jacobus Small. 
Joannes Cunnison. 
Jocobus Couper. 



1798-1799- 

Februarii 2imo a.d. 1799. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio Hill in 
CoUegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Dempster Heming. 



Evanus Johannes M. Murray. John MarshaU. 



Gulielmus Macpherson. 



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[1798 



Jacobus Rigg. 
Carolus Macpherson. 
David Hill. 
David Melville. 
Georgius Wilson. 
Gulielmus Bayne. 
Gulielmus Chalmers. 
Gulielmus Kircaldy. 
Joannes Edgar. 



Petrus C leghorn. 
Simon Taylor, Equis, 
David Couper. 
Gulielmus Rogers. 
Joannes Isles. 
Joannes Riach. 
Josephus Brown. 
Thomas Kidd. 
Gulielmus Walker. 



1 799- 1 800. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1800. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio Hill in 
CoUegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis pro- 
Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Alexr. Macdougall. 
Clotworthy Gowan. 
Fredericus Eden. 
Joannes Williams. 
Archibaldus Henderson. 
Jacobus M'Intyre. 
Gulielmus Tennant. 
Colinus Mackenzie. 
Carolus Adie. 
Georgius Ballingall. 
Georgeus Beck. 
Gulielmus Hope. 
Jacobus M. Sim. 



Joannes Barron. 
Joannes Butter. 
Lionel Hervey. 
Marcus Mackenzie. 
Peter Barclay. 
Andreas Walker. 
Daniel Dewar. 
David Watson. 
Georgius Armit. 
Guilielmus Simpson. 
Joannis Thompson. 
Robert us Stewart. 
Joannes Angus. 




1799] 



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Febniarii decimo nono 1800 receptus est in album 

Academiae e CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen 

subscribens. 

Michael Stirling. 



180O-180I. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1801. 

Nomina incorporatonim in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Roberto Arnot 
in CoUegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Jannes Penleaze. 
Carolus Hunter. 
David Wilson. 
Georgius Sandie. 
Henricus Warkman. 
Joannes Hedderick. 
Joannes Purves. 
Alexander George. 
Alexander Lawson. 
Cathcart Methven. 
David M'Ritchie. 
Gualterus Stewart. 
Gulielmus Graham. 



Georgius Macklin. 
Gulielmus Murdoch. 
Jacobus Mitchell. 
Jacobus Peterkin. 
Jacobus Trail. 
Jacobus Thomson. 
Petrus Fair. 
Robertus Anderson. 
Robertus Ramsay. 
Robertus Thomson. 
Thomas Farquharson. 
Petrus Dewar. 



180I-1802. 



Februarii iSvo a.d. 1802. 

Nomina incorporatonim in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Jacobo Play- 



48 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[i8o 



fair in CoIIegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto 
atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Georgius Cupples. 
Adamus Paul. 
David Moncreiffe. 
Georgius Hill. 
Hercules Melville. 
Jacobus M'Lagan. 
Robertus Skinner. 
Robertus Low. 
Duncanus M. Drummond. 



Jacobus Fergusson. 
Jacobus Ferguson, Junr, 
Jacobus Kilgour. 
Jacobus Miller. 
Joannes Bissett. 
John Monteath. 
Joannes Stirling. 
Ricardus Scott. 
' Joannes Black. 



1 802- 1 803. 

Februarii i7mo a.d. 1803. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio Hill 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis 
Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Alexr. Scott. 
Petrus Nelson. 
David Carolus Guthrie. 
Georgius Gray. 
Georgius Wright. 
Jacobus Anderson. 
Joannes Low. 
Rodericus Kilgour. 
Williamson Hunter. 



Alexander Fergusson. 
David Baird. 
David Low. 
Georgius Bell. 
Georgius Shaw. 
Gilbertus Stewart. 
Gordon Urquhart. 
Gulielmus Brown. 
Jacobus Asher.. 



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Jacobus Stewart. 
David Robertson. 
Joannes Allan. 
Joannes Bums. 



Joannes M'Lauchlan. 
Robertus Carver. 
Thomas Wilson. 
Andreas Hunter. 



1803- 1804. 

Februarii i6to a.d. 1804. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio Hill 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis 
ex-Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Douglas Kinnaird. 
Fredericus Kinnaird. 
Joannes Wilson. 
Andreas Ramsay. 
Carolus Grace. 
Carolus Lambert. 
David Smith. 
Georgius Smyttan. 
Gulielmus Spink. 
Henricus Cox. 
Henricus Hill. 
Thomas Watt 



Alexander Campbell. 
Alexander Robertson. 
Gulielmus M'Innes. 
Goleilmus Robertson. 
Henricus Henderson. 
Jacobus Morison. 
Joannes Baird. 
Robertus Smith. 
Joannes Aitken. 
Thomas Taylor. 
Daniel MacNaughtan. 



1 804- 1 805. 

Februarii i4to a.d. 1805. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Roberto Arnot 

D 



so 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1804 



in CoUegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Joannes Sangster. 
Alexander Stormont. 
Edwardus Cadogan. 
Georgius Wiikie. 
Gulielmus Ball. 
Henricus D. Cook. 
Jacobus Arnott. 
Jacobus W. Burnett. 
Jacobus J. Duncan. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Joannes B. Keyden. 
Joannes NicoU. 
Nigellus M'Dougall. 
Alexr. Baillie. 
Alexander Lockhart. 
Alex. Milne. 



Andreas Key. 
David Bell. 
Ebenezer Ferguson. 
Georgius Louden. 
Jacobus Clow. 
Jacobus Edie. 
Joannes Birrell. 
Joannes Cassel. 
Joannes Cosens. 
Joannes Eadie. 
Joannes Thomson. 
Normanus Braid. 
Petrus Comrie. 
Robertus Armstrong. 
Robertus Court. 
Jacobus Boyd. 



1 805- 1 806. 



Februarii 2omo a.d. 1806. 



Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris etjSti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Jacobo Play- 
fair in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto 
atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



David Ogilvie. 
Alexr. Macneill. 



Carolus Chalmers. 
Duncanus M'Neill. 




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Jacobus Playfair. 
Joannes Argyle Maxwell. 
Andreas Robertson. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Jacobus Robertson. 



Joannes Crombie. 
Josephus Cay. 
Robertus Burn. 
Robertus Guillan. 



1806- 1807. 

Februarii igno a.d. 1807. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio Hill 
in CoUegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis 
Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Alexander Kennedy. 
David Bell. 
David Blair. 
Georgius Scott. 
Gulielmus Crichton. 
Jacobus M. Melville. 
Joannes Burnett. 
Joannes Wyllie. 
Robertus Dalgleish. 
Robertus Dunbar. 
Robertus J. Robertson. 
Samuel Gray. 
Alexander Anderson. 
Alexander Barron. 



Alexander M'Caill. 
Georgius Greig. 
Georgius Miller. 
Georgius Tod. 
Gulielmus Edie. 
Jacobus Brown. 
Joannes Beveridge. 
Joannes Hall. 
Robertus Mill. 
Joannes Moon. 
Robertus Watt. 
Robertus Watt. 
Sylvester Fenton. 
David Wilson. 



Ex classe secunda Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Andreas Young. 



Robertus Haig. 



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[1807 



1 807- 1 808. 

Februarii 24to a.d. 1808. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio 
Hill in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis 
ex-Rectore. 

Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Joannes Stephen. 
Alexander Carnegy. 
Andreas Bell. 
Carolus Neil Kennedy. 
Cudbertus Glass. 
Jacobus Butter. 
Jacobus Alexander Oswald. 
Jacobus Walker. 
Joannes M'Neill. 
Patricius Carnegy. 
Robertus Meldrum. 
Robertus Wemyss. 
Thos. Paton. 



Alexander Duncan. 
Alexander M'Kinley. 
Archibaldus Haxton. 
Daniel Stewart. 
Donaldus M* Donald. 
Gualterus Dawson. 
Gulielmus Baird. 
Gulielmus Frazer. 
Gulielmus Strachan. 
Jacobus Strachan. 
Jacobus Wemyss. 
Patricius Playfair. 
Gulielmus Gray. 



1808- 1809. 

Februarii i6to a.d. i8og. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Georgio 
Hill in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto atque Universitatis 
ex-Rectore. 

Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Alexander Thoms. 
Carolus Cowan. 



David Sim. 
Gulielmus Stoddart. 



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Mereducus Jones. 
Jannes M*Gregor. 
Joanes Thorns. 
Alexander Simpson. 
Anstruther Tayler. 
David Donaldson. 
David Lesly Molyson. 
Gulielmus Coke. 



Gulielmus Melville. 
Gulielmus Ogilvie. 
Gulielmus Reid. 
Jacobus M'Laren. 
Jacobus Scott. 
Robertus Blackwood. 
Alexander Galloway. 
Joannes B. SydserfF. 



1809-181O. 

Februarii i5to a.d. 1810. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Doctore Joanne Cook in Collegio 
Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque Universitatis 
Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 
Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Johannes Bigsby. 
Joannes Hamilton. 
David Christie. 
Robertus Browne. 



Kennedy. 
David Baird. 
Georgius Thomson. 
Gulielmus Adie. 
Gulielmus Grant. 
Joannes Clark. 
Patricius Duncan. 
Patricius Grant. 
Patricius H. Thoms. 
Alexander Boyd. 
Allan M'Naughton. 
Archdus. M'Rae. 



David Lamb. 
Gulielmus Brouster. 
Gulielmus Fleming. 
Hugo Mackay. 
Jacobus Anderson. 
Jacobus Marshall. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Jacobus Robertson, Junior. 
Jacobus Whitson. 
Joannes Balmain. 
Joannes Ferguson. 
Joannes Gow. 
Joannes Moncur. 
Robertus Greig. 
Thomas Barclay. 
Thomas Clunie. 
Robert Kilgour. 



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[1810 



181O-181I. 

Februarii 1410 a.d. 1811. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverend© Domino Jacobo Playfair in 
Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. Leonardi Praefecto et 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Georgius Westwater. 
Jacobus Dillon. 
Alexander Baxter. 
Alexr. Duncan. 
Archibald Macvicar. 
Daniel Fergusson. 
David Kennedy. 
George Gardiner. 
William Alison. 
Henry Low. 
James Adamson. 
Jacobus Duncan. 
Joannis Butchart. 
Joannis Henderson. 
Thomas Butter. 
Thomas Hill. 
Alexander Murray. 
Alexander Webster. 



Duncanus Fergusson. 
Gulielmus Anderson. 
Gulielmus Cowan. 
Jacobus Buist. 
Jacobus Cochrane. 
Jacobus M'Laren. 
Joannes Bruce. 
Joannes Hill. 
Joannes Inglis. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Patricius Barty. 
Henry W. Shaw. 
Robertus Niven. 
Jacobus Finlay. 
Robert Coventry. 
Joannes Johnstone. 
Georgius Barlas. 



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181I-1812. 



Februarii i3tio a.d. 1812. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Hill in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe prima Litterarum Graecarum Magistri 

Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Arthunis Burnett. 
Carolus Shaw. 
David E. Dewar. 
Georgius Boulton. 
Jacobus Dewar. 
Joannes Crawford. 
Marmaducus Ramsay. 
Thomas Boulton. 
Gulielmus Menzies. 
Robertus Campbell. 
Andreas Bousie. 
Andreas Crawford. 
Andreas Reid. 
Cathcart Christie. 
Daniel Fergusson. 
David Hepburn. 
Gulielmus Tod. 
Henricus Hope. 
Henricus Palmer. 
Jacobus Condie. 
Jacobus Smith. 



Jacobus Wilkie. 
Jacobus Wyllie. 
Thomas Beattie. 
Thomas Pratt. 
Alexander Beath. 
Alexander Esplin. 
Andreas Bennet. 
Duncan Fisher. 
Georgeus Mudie. 
Gulielmus Hoyes. 
Gulielmus Lind. 
Hector Wood. 
Henricus Edie. 
Joannes Livingston. 
Joannes Nicolson. 
Patricius Buttar. 
Patricius MfLallen. 
Petrus Mailer. 
Thomas Thow. 
Johannes Young. 



1812, octavo die mensis Aprilis, receptus est in album 
Academiae Professor Hist. Eccl. et S. S. Theol. in Coll. 
Mariano nomen subscribens. 

Joannes Lee. 



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1812-1813. 

Februarii i8vo a.d. 1813. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Sti. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Doctore Joanne Cook 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum. 



Archibaldus O. Dalgleish. 
Ludovicus Beauvais. 
Andreas Shirran. 
Robertus Watson. 
Samuel Muir. 



AUanus M'Dougall. 
Alexander Mitchell. 
Alexander Niven. 
Alexander Smith. 
Alexander Tainsh. 
Carolus Dempster. 
David Tod. 
Georgius Hood. 
Gulielmus M'Comish. 
Jacobus Caw. 
Jacobus Caw, Junior. 
Jacobus Wright. 
Joannes Hunter. 
Joannes PattuUo. 
Joannes Thomson. 
Marmaducus Mitchell. 
Thomas Dempster. 
Robertis Sim. 



Alexander Latto. 
Archibaldus Davidson. 
Carolus Blair. 
Georgius Blyth. 
Georgius L. Craik. 
Georgius Anderson. 
Georgius Reid. 
Gulielmus Paton. 
Gulielmus Young. 
Henricus Arnot. 
Henricus Laurie. 
Jacobus Lockie. 
Jacobus Low. 
Jacobus M'Lachlan. 
Jacobus Mudie. 
Jacobus Wilson. 
Joannes Anderson. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Kirk. 
Joannes Laing. 
Joannes Cameron. 
Ricardus Pratt. 
Thomas Blyth. 
Joannes B. M'Kinley. 



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1813-1814. 



Februarii 24to a.d. 1814. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 

Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Doctore Joanne Lee in 

CoUegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. 
Theologiae Professore atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecanim Magistri 
Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Jacobus W. Hawkins. 
Hugo Moncrieff. 
Robertus Houstoun. 
Thoma Clarke. 
Daniel Stewart. 
William Johnstone. 
Alxr. M' Donald. 
Alexr. Lindesay. 
Archibaldus Duthie. 
Donaldus Butter. 
Gualterus Glass. 
Henricus Glassi 
Jacobus Macneil. 
Jacobus Stuart-Hall. 
Jacobus Skelton. 
Jacobus Smith. 
Jacobus Struthers. 
Joannes Bertram. 
Joannes Philp. 
Joannes Reid. 
Alexander Anderson. 
Thomas Galloway. 
Alexr. M* Donald. 



Andreus Malloch. 
Colinus Marquis. 
Duncanus M'Donald. 
Georgius Webster: 
Gulielmus Cameron. 
Gulielmus Campbell. 
Gulielmus Nicolson. 
Henricus Carmichael. 
Jacobus Archer. 
Jacobus Horn. 
Jacobus Flowerdew. 
Jacobus MaccuUoch. 
Joannes Bell. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Joannes Carruthers. 
Joannes M' Donald. 
Joannes Reid. 
Ricardus Low. 
Petrus Craig. 
Petrus Gumming. 
Andreas Ambrose. 
Robertus Lamb. 



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[1814 



1814-1815. 



Aprilis 7mo a.d. 1815. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Hill in 
CoUegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecanim Magistri 
Henrici Davidis Hill. 



Gulielmus Glen Currie. 
Gulielmus Traill. 
Johannes Soper. 
Ricardus Boulton. 
Gulielmus Niven. 
Jacobus Jervis. 
Jacobus Gloag. 
Adamus Cairns. 
Cathcart Leslie. 
David Davidson. 
David Thomson. 
Edwardus Glass. 
Georgius Glass. 
GuUielmi Bruce. 
Jacobus Shields. 
Joannes Macvicar. 
Robertus White. 
Petrus Thomson. 
Alexander Dunn. 
Alexander M'Naughtan. 
Alexander Pat on. 
Andreas Rutherford. 



Andreas Wilson. 
Archibaldus Stewart. 
Cathcartus Drysdale. 
David Buddo. 
David Lunan. 
Georgius R. Davidson. 
Gualterus Cation. 
Gulielmus Bethune. 
Gulielmus Brown. 
Gulielmus Faimie. 
Gulielmus Malcolm. 
Jacobus M'Kerchar. 
Jacobus McLaren. 
Joannes Primrose. 
Joannes Whitson. 
Macintosh Mackay. 
Patricius M'Farlane. 
Petrus M'Laren. 
Robertus Wallace. 
Thomas Bartie. 
Josephus Young. 



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1815-1816. 



Martii imo a.d. 1816. 



Nomina incorporatonim in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Hill in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litteranim Graecarum Magistri 
Henrici Davidis Hill Professoris. 



Carolus M. Rennie. 
Gulielmus Campbell. 
James Cameron. 
Joannes Lochtie. 
Angus Cameron. 
David Adamson. 
Donaldus McLean. 
Fox Maule Carnegy. 
Franciscus Hawkins. 
Georgius Duncan. 
Georgius Crawford. 
Georgius T. Graham. 
Georgius TuUoch. 
Gulielmus Clark. 
Hugo Grace. 
Hugo F. Kennedy. 
Jacobi Dalgleish. 
Joannes P. Cairns. 
Joannes Dalgleish. 
Robertus PattuUo. 
Robert Crawford. 
Alexr. Anderson. 
Melville Dalyell. 



Alexr. Mitchell. 
Joannes Lawrenson. 
Andreas Hutton. 
Archibaldus Colquhoun. 
David Bennet. 
Georgius Laurenson. 
David Hill. 
David Martin. 
Grant Gray. 
Georgius Broatch. 
Jacobus Carnie. 
Jacobus Fergusson. 
Jacobus Menzies. 
Jacobus M'CuUoch. 
Jacobus Reid. 
Joanis Cairns. 
Joannes Drummond. 
Patricius Ogilvie. 
Richardus Armstrong. 
Robertus TuUoch. 
Thomas Dewar. 
Joannes Forbes. 



6o 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1816 



1816-1817. 



Decimo quarto mensis Martii a.d. 1817. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 

Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Doctore Joanne Lee in 

Collegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. 
Theologiae Professore atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litteranim Graecarum Magistrl Henrici 

Davidis Hill Professoris. 



Jacobus H. Burnett. 
Patricius Kinnear. 
Patricius S. Murray. 
Robertus Nesbit. 
Archibaldus M'Neill. 
Franciscus Hunter. 
Carolus R. M'Farlane. 
Forbes M'Neill. 
Gulielmus D. Macfarlane. 
Henricus Swayne. 
Jacobus Hare. 
Jacobus Murray. 
Jacobus Watt. 
Jacobus Webster. 
Joannes Bell. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Hill. 
Rodolphus Anstruther. 
Robert Adamson. 
Thomas Mackay. 
Donaldus MacDonell. 
Jacobus Nicolson. 



Alexr. Doctor. 
Andreas M*Farlane. 
Andreas Archer. 
Carnegie Addison. 
Dand Grant. 
David Ramsay. 
Donaldus Sinclair. 
Georgius Greig. 
Gulielmus Ewart. 
GuHelmus Fleming. 
Gulielmus Hamilton. 
Gulielmus Mowbray. 
Jacobus Craik. 
Jacobus M*Bean. 
Joannes E. Lawson. 
Robertus Marr. 
Robertus Nelson. 
Thomas Bruce. 
Thomas Lyell. 
Gulielmus Masson. 
Jacobus Niven. 



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1817-1818. 

Decimo die mensis Aprilis a.d. 1818. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Sti. Leonardi coram Reverendo Doctore Joanne Lee in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. T. 
Professore et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum Magistri Henrici 

Davidis Hill Professoris. 



Alexander Melville. 
Andreas Thomson. 
Georgius Dempster. 
Robertus Williamson. 
Alexander Kinmont. 
Jacobus Laidlaw. 
Alexander Christie. 
Alexr. Crawford. 
Archibaldus M'Lean. 
Charles A. M'Queen. 
David B. Bell. 
David Duncan. 
Georgius Walker. 
William F. Beatson. 
Gulielmus Brown. 
Gulielmus Hope. 
Gulielmus Kennedy. 
Gulielmus Nolan. 
Gulielmus Weir. 
James Roy. 
Joannis D'Oyly. 
Joannes Haig. 
Joannes Hope. 
Laurentius C. Brown. 
Patricius J. Macfarlane. 
Robertus Tod. 



Adamus Warden. 
Alexr. Boswall. 
Alexr. Glass. 
Alexander Mcintosh. 
Alexander Robertson. 
Alexander Wilson. 
Carolus Ramsay. 
David Dewar. 
Georgius Buist. 
Gulielmus Morrison. 
Gulielmus Stewart. 
Jacobus M'Dougall. 
Jacobus Murray. 
Jacobus Thomson. 
Jacobus M'Laren. 
Joannes Bell, Junr. 
Joannes R. Calvert. 
Joannes Fergusson. 
Joannes Martin. 
Laurentius Adamson. 
Robertus Menzies. 
Robertus Wilson. 
Georgius Bruce. 
Thomas Will. 
Carolus Skene. 



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[1818 



1818-1819. 

Vigesimo quinto mengis Februarii a.d. 1819. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Jacobo Play- 
fair in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi Leonardi Praefecto 
et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum 

Davidis 

Carolus Niven. 
Joannes Dobie. 
Alexander Irvine. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Henricus Clunie. 
Joannes Murray. 
Alexander Bertram. 
Bazett Colvin. 
Gulielmus Chalmers. 
Gulielmus Glass. 
Gulielmus Peddie. 
Jacobus Thomson. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Colvin. 
Joannes Cook. 
Joannes Jameson. 
Robertus Hamilton. 
Robertus Morris. 
Robertus Young. 
Thomas Binny. 
Alexr. H. Adams. 
Alexr. Archer. 
Alexr. Gardiner. 
Carolus M' Donald. 
David Fleming. 
David Marshall. 
David Mason. 



Graecarum Magistri Henrici 
Hill Professoris. 

Donaldus Stewart. 
Duncanus Campbell. 
Georgius Graham. 
Gulielmus Donaldson. 
Gulielmus Henderson. 
Gulielmus Sanderson 

Nicholson. 
Gulielmus MTherson. 
Gulielmus Steven. 
Henricus Cockburn. 
Jacobus Aitken. 
Jacobus Drummond. 
Jacobus Black. 
Jacobus M* Donald. 
Jacobus Alexr. Ore. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Jacobus Armstrong. 
Joannes Keay. 
Joannis Mackay. 
Joannes Strathern. 
Joseph Maclntyre. 
Irvine Black. 
Petrus Adam. 
Robertus Mitchell. 
Thomas Thomson. 
Gulielmus Fergusson. 




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1819-182O. 

Vigesimo quinto mensis Februarii a.d. 1820. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et D. 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Joanne Lee in Collegio 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. T. Professore 
et Universitatis pro-Rectore. 



Ex classe Litteranim Graecarum. 



Alexander Campbell. 
Alexr. Graham. 
Aleander McDonald. 
Andreas Normand. 
Carolus Dalgleish. 
Carolus Shaw Duthie. 
Carolus Livingstone. 
David Elder. 
David Meldrum. 
George Malcolm. 
Gulielmus Hood. 
Gulielmus Thoms. 
Jacobus Cairns. 
Jacobus Cruickshank. 
Jacobus M'Donald. 
Jacobus Simpson. 
Jacobus Watson. 
Joannes Cook. 
Joannes Dalgleish. 
Joannes Livingstone. 
Patricius Stewart. 
Robertae Jameson. 
Thomas Henricus Duthie. 
Thomas Stewart. 
Alexr. BuUians. 
Alexr. Walker. 
Andreas Lesslie. 



Carolus Grant. 
David Hay Lyell. 
Donaldus MacGregor. 
Donald M'Intosh. 
Donaldus Stewart. 
Duncanus Dewar. 
Duncanus Stewart. 
Gulielmus Cobb. 
Gulielmus Findlay. 
Gulielmus Maxwell Wright. 
Jacobus Adamus Burn. 
Jacobus M'Kay. 
Jacobus Moncur. 
Jacobus Watson. 
Joannes Adamson. 
Joannes Ballantyne. 
Joannes G. Eraser. 
Joannis Key. 
Joannis Lesslie. 
Joannes M'Ewen. 
Josephus Glass. 
Josephus Loudon. 
Kentigernus M'Farlane. 
Patricius Bell. 
Patricius M'Intsnre. 
Robertus Trail. 



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[l82( 



182O-182I. 



Tertio die mensis Aprilis a.d. 1821. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverend© Domino Joanne Lee in Collegic 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. T. Professore 
et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litteranim Graecarum. 



Alexander Anderson. 
Andreas Walker. 
David Dempster. 
Francis Wylie. 
Georgius Buist. 
Georgius Cook. 
Georgius Tullis. 
Graham Ramsay. 
Gulielmus Tullis. 
Jacobus W. Allan. 
Jacobus Anderson. 
Jacobus Wemyss. 
Joannis Shepherd. 
Miller Berrie. 
Thomas Crichton. 
Patricius Robertson. 
Radolphus Kellock. 
Gulielmus Mailliardet. 
Thomas Carstairs. 
Alexander Grant. 
Alexander Maclntyre. 
Alexander Stewart. 
Alexander Welsh. 
Alexander Wilson. 
Carolus Johnston. 
David Lindsay. 
David Mitchell. 



David Todd. 
Dempster Wallace. 
Henricus Craik. 
Gregor McGregor. 
Gulielmus Barrie. 
Gulielmus Herald. 
Gulielmus Keay. 
Gulielmus Young. 
Jacobus Barty. 
Jacobus Brown. 
Jacobus Finlay. 
Jacobus Lindsay. 
Jacobus M 'Gregor. 
Jacobus Paterson. 
Joannes Kemp. 
Joannes Kilgour. 
Joannes Menzies. 
Joannes Watson. 
Joannes Young. 
Malcolm Robertson. 
Patricius M'Naughton. 
Robertus Douglas. 
Robertus Young. 
Thomas M'Kenzie. 
Joannes Mieklejohn. 
David Waterston. 
Petrus Ferguson. 



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182I-1822. 

Decimo nono die mensis Februarii a.d. 1822. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Joanne Lee in CoUegio 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. T. Professore 
et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alex. Melville. 
Carolus Jenkins. 
David Lyall. 
David Miller. 
Georgius Hutchison. 
Gulielmus Carstairs. 
Gulielmus Duncan. 
Gulielmus Jobson. 
Joannes Alison. 
Joannes B. Meldrum. 
Joannes Gordon Peterkin. 
Malcolumbus Ramsay. 
Mathaeus Trigg. 
Richardus Jenkins. 
Robertus Hedderick. 
Thomas Duncan. 
Adamus Robertson. 
Alexander Cockburn. 
Alexander Duff. 
Alexander Fortune. 
Alexander M'Laren. 
Alexander Macnaughton. 
Alexander Ritchie. 
Andreas Broom. 
Andreas Roy. 
Archer Campbell. 



Carolus Watson. 
David Dougall. 
David Drummond. 
David Ewart. 
David Fairweather. 
David Gow. 
David Melville. 
David Swan. 
David Thomson. 
Duncanus Buchanan. 
Georgius Barclay. 
Georgius Lees. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Gulielmus Kemp. 
Gulielmus Reid. 
Gulielmus Simpson. 
Gulielmus Stevenson. 
Gulielmus Yule. 
Henricus Brunton. 
Jacobus Fleming. 
Jacobus Paterson. 
Jacobus Scott. 
Jacobus Stirling. 
Joannes Lindsay Adamson. 
Joannes B. Bell. 
Joannes Beveridge. 



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[1821 



Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Graham. 
Joannes Smart. 
Joannes Whyte. 
Petrus Gardner. 



Robertas Stewart. 
Thomas Hutton. 
Thomas W. Jack. 
Thomas M*Intosh. 
Thomas M*Kenzie. 



Ex classe Jacobi Hunter, LL.D., Philosophiae (Logicae 

et Rhetoricae) Professoris. 



Julianus Carolus Young. 
Robertus Adamus Dundas. 



Alphons. Bronner. 
Alexr. MacDougall. 



1822- 1823. 

Decimo septimo mensis Decembris a.d. 1822. 

• 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Francisco NicoU in 
Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi Leonardi Praefecto et Uni- 
versitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Andreas Morison. 
Carolus Leitch. 
David S. Murray. 
David Wallace. 
Franciscus Cannan. 
Georgius Johnston. 
Gulielmus Watt. 
Jacobus Archer. 
Jacobus Hunter. 
Jacobus Rait. 
Joannes Adamson. 



Joannes Bower. 
Joannes Saunders. 
Joannes Steill. 
Robertus Bell. 
Robertus Knox. 
Robertus Tullis. 
Robertus Young. 
Thomas Fairnie. 
Thomas Ross Jameson. 
Alexander Grubb. 
Alexander Rose. 



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Andreas Gloag. 
Archibald Murray. 
Carolus M* Donald. 
David Foulis. 
David Rintoul. 
Duncanus Sutherland. 
Georgius M*Kay. 
Georgius Middleton. 
Georgius Nicol. 
Georgius Paterson. 
Gulielmus Alexander. 
Gulielmus Armstrong. 
Gulielmus Barnet. 
Gulielmus Deas. 
Gulielmus Gilchrist. 
Gulielmus Nicolson. 
Gulielmus Russell. 
Gulielmus Scott. 
Jacobus George. 
Jacobus Law. 
Jacobus Mackenzie. 
Jacobus Millar. 
Jacobus Wilson. 
Jacobus Russell. 



acobus Young. 

nnes Grant. 

oannes Baxter. 

oannes Craig. 

oannes Crawford. 

oannis Graham. 

oannes Houston. 

oannes M'Farlane. 

oannes M*Kay. 

oannes Orphat. 

oannes Paton. 

oannis Reid. 

oannes Stewart. 

oannes Urquhart. 

oannes Wilkie. 
Kentigernus Smith. 
Petrus Davidson. 
Petrus Ferguson. 
Petrus M*Laren. 
Petrus Wilson. 
Robertus Hardie. 
Robert us Millar. 
Robertus Scott. 
Thomas Walker. 



Ex classe Jacobi Hunter Philosophiae (Logicae et 

Rhetoricae) Professoris. 



Jacobus Goodchild. 
Joannes M'Lellan. 



Gulielmus Sinclair MacKay, 
Joannes M'Queen. 



Ex classe Thomae Jackson Philosophiae (Physices) 

Professoris. 



Alexander Wightman. 
Archibaldus M'Laren. 



Jacobus Walker. 



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[1823 



1 823- 1 824. 

Decimo sexto mensis Decembris a.d. 1823. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Roberto Haldane in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Andreas Blowers Smith. 
Buchan Wright. 
Carolus Gordon. 
Duncanus M*Lachlan. 
Gulielmus C. Maitland. 
Henricus Bruce. 
Henricus David Watt. 
Henricus Jardine. 
Jacobus Oliphant. 
Joannes Bower. 
Johannus Cameron. 
Johannes Cathcart. 
Joannes Hood. 
Joannes Waugh. 
Johannes H. W. Waugh. 
Robert Stevenson. 
Samuel Miller. 
Adam Paterson. 
Alexr. M*Donald. 
Alexr. Riddich. 
Andw. Brown. 
Andrew Steele. 
David Couper. 
David Trail. 
David White. 
Donaldus Matheson. 
Duncan M*Arthur. 



William Archibald. 
Gulielmus Balfour. 
Gulielmus Bell. 
Gulielmus Lockhart. 
Gulielmus Lorrain. 
Jacobus Brichan. 
Jacobus Cleland. 
Jacobus Dun. 
Jacobus Lumsden, Sen. 
James Lumsden, Jr. 
Jacobus M*gregor. 
Jacobus Mathew. 
Joannes Dunn. 
Joannis Buttar. 
Joannes Smith. 
Joannes Steedman. 
Josephus Lyell. 
Patricius Campbell. 
Patricius Stirling. 
Robertus Black. 
Robertus Swan. 
Rhodolphus Drummond. 
Samuel Forrester. 
Samuel M'Laren. 
Thomas Clarke. 
Thomas Lindsay. 
Joannes Hay. 



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Thomas Rihardus Dal- 

rymple. 
Alexr. Whitson. 
Jacobus D. L. Campbell. 
Jacobus Sproat. 
Joannes Fraser. 
Gulielmus Nicol. 



Jacobus Wilson. 
Joannes M'lntyre. 
Joannes Whyte. 
Thomas Archer. 
John M. Bowman. 
Thos. Richard. 
Carolus Baillie. 



Ex classe Jacobi Hunter Logicae Professoris. 

Joannes Campbell. 



1824- 1825. 

Vigesimo prime mensis Decembris a.d. 1824. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto Haldane 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis pro- 
Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Cameron. 
Alexr. S. Cook. 
Alexr. G. Glass. 
Andreas Jameson. 
Carolus Scott. 
David Drummond. 
David Henry. 
David Paton. 
David Small. 
Georgius Bogle. 
Georgius Ruddach. 
Georgius Tod. 
Jacobus Cameron. 
Jacobus Dalyell. 
Jacobus Ogilvy. 
Jacobus Reid. 



Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Hyndman Cameron. 
Joannes Gulielmus Thomson. 
Joannes Thomson. 
Joannes Tullis. 
Paterson Saunders. 
Robt. M'Nab. 

Robertus A. W. M'Pherson. 
Robertus Smyth Mudie. 
Robertus Stuart. 
Thoma Hunter Whitson. 
Alanus Munro. 
Alexander Forbes. 
Alexander Luke. 
Alexander Munro. 
Alexander Steele. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1824 



Daniel Fergusson. 
David Baillie. 
David Connel. 
David Fleming. 
David Peattie. 
David Reid. 
Duncan Graham. 
Duncan Stewart. 
Georgius Stewart. 
Gualterus Brodie. 
Gualterus Forrester. 
Gulielmus Duif. 
Gulielmus M'Intosh. 
Gulielmus Mitchell. 
Gulielmus Nicol. 
Gulielmus Niven. 
Henricus Dall. 
Henricus Duff. 
Jacobus Ogilvie Haldane. 
Jacobus Miller. 
Jacobus Monro. 
Jacobus Orphat. 
Jacobus Rattray. 
Jacobus Skinner. 
Jacobus Sommervile. 
Jacobus Watt. 
Jacobus Will. 



oannes Ait ken. 

oannes Crerar. 

oannes Davidson. 

oannes Fairbaim. 

oannes Fairweather. 

oannes Forbes, [Rannoch.] 

oannes Forbes, [Perth.] 

oannes Forbes, Inveray. 

oannes Inglis. 

oannes Macgregor. 

oannes Roddan. 

oanes Sloane. 

ohn Walker, [Dunblane.] 

ohn Walker, Kenmore. 
Poular Macfarlane. 
Patricus Buchan. 
Pat ricius Williamson Donald- 
son. 
Petrus M 'Arthur. 
Philippus Oliphant. 
Robertus S. Irvine. 
Robertus M'Clyment. 
Robertus Sinclair. 
Thomas Barnet. 
Thomas Beveridge. 
Thomas Mitchell. 



Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter Professoris. 

Gulielmus Guthrie. 
Jacobus Pringle Baillie. 
Jocubus Charteris. 



Joannes Eraser. 
James Taylor. 



Ex classe Ethica Thomae Chalmers. 



Alexr. Galloway. 
Colinus R. M'Lachlan. 
Georgius Gray. 



Gulielmus Gledstane Pon- 

sonby. 
Georgius Lewis. 




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71 



Gulielmus Tait. 
Gulielmus Wood. 
Henricus Felix. 
Hepbumus Renton. 
Herbert Smith. 
James Hoby. 
Jacobus Lewis. 
Joannes Hutton Balfour. 
Joannes Kinloch. 
Robertus Devey. 
Alexander Watson. 
Andreas Brodie. 
Andreas Wallace. 
Colinus M 'Galium. 
Daniel Kerr. • 
David Brown. 
David Caw. 
Donaldus Kennedy. 
Donaldus M'Kenzie. 



E. Newman. 
Gulielmus King. 
Gulielmus Lindsay. 
Gulielmus McLean. 
Gulielmus Scott Moncrieff. 
Gulielmus Stevenson. 
Hugo Nicolson. 
Jacobus Bannatyne. 
Jacobus Brown. 
John Adam. 
John Tod Brown. 
John Drennan. 
John Gordon Lorimer. 
Joannes M'Millan. 
Matthaeus Adam. 
Robertus Lindsay. 
Robertus Rankin. 
Robertus Wardrop. 
Andreas Wallace, Scoonie. 



In classe Mathematica Thomae Duncan Professoris. 



Robertus R. Felix. 
Benjamin Adam. 
Georgius Thomas Fenwick. 
Thomas Fleming. 



Gulielmus Holcroft. 
Jacobus Edie. 
Patricius Jacobus Wilson, 
Robertus Lee. 



David Walker. 
Jacobus Miln. 
Joannes Ogilvie. 



In classe Latina Provectiorum. 

Gulielmus Kirton. 
Joannes Marshall. 



In classe Chemica Roberti Briggs Professoris. 

Robert Smith. 



In CoUegio Sanctae Mariae. 
Thos. Reid. | Richardus M'Lachlan. | Alexander Webster. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[i32S 



1825- 1826. 

Vigesimo secundo mensis Decembris a.d. 1825. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto 
Haldane in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis 
pro-Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Duif. 
Alexr. Fairweather. 
Alexr. M'Millan. 
Alexr. Shand. 
Andrew Taylor. 
Antonius Christie. 
Carolus Nairne. 
Christopher Proctor. 
David Croom. 
David Johnston. 
David Marshall. 
David Scott. 
David Wylie. 
Donaldus Macarthur. 
Duncanus MacGregor. 
Edmond Knox. 
Franciscus Waddle. 
Georgius Chapman. 
Georgius Lamb. 
Georgius Moncrieif. 
Georgius Paul. 
Gulielmus Bruce, Senior, 
Gulielmus Bruce, Junior. 
Guielmus Comrie. 
Gulielmus Hutcheson. 
Gulielmus NicoU. 



Gulielmus Paterson. 
Gulielmus Shaw Paterson. 
Guliehnus Rait. 
Guielmus Reid. 
Gulielmus Stuart Smith. 
Gulielmus Spidie. 
Gulielmus Stewart. 
Gulielmus Woodcock. 
Henricus Black. 
Jacobus Anderson. 
Jacobus Barrie. 
Jacobus Bonnar. 
Jacobus Clark. 
Jacobus Douglas. 
Jacobus Duff. 
Jacobus Honey. 
Jacobus Ramsay. 
Joannes Chalmers. 
Joannes Adamson Honey. 
Joannes Hunter Gillespie. 
Joannes Lyell. 
Joannes Jacobus Mudie. 
Joannes Scott Moncrieff. 
Joannes Robertson, Senr. 
Joannes Robertson, Junr. 
Joannes Smith. 



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73 



Joannes Strachan. 
Joannes Trail. 
Joannes Findlay. 
Joannes White. 
Robertas Aitkin. 
Robertus Waugh. 



Samuel Edgar. 
Thomas Burns. 
Thomas Butter. 
Thomas Miller. 
Thomas Rattray. 



Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter Professoris. 



Graham Hunter. 
William Thom. 



Jacobus Corse Scott, 
Jacobus Ogilvie. 



Ex classe Ethica Thomae Chalmers, D.D., Professoris. 



Franciscus Knox. 
Adam Reid. 
Gulielmus F. Skene. 
Gulielmus Lindsay Alex- 
ander. 
Gulielmus Torrance. 



Jacobus Cannan. 
Joannes Dickinson. 
John Muir. 

Kentigenus Fairlie Parke, 
Robertus Archibald. 
Robertus Russell. 



E classe Latina Provectiorum. 
Jacobus D. Hume. 



In classe Mathematica Magistri Thomae Duncan Professoris. 



Edwardus Williams. 
Gulielmus Armstrong. 
Josephus Murray. 



Jacobus Robertson. 
Joannes Millar. 
Robertus Sharp* 



E Collegio Sanctae Mariae. 



Henricus Riddell. 
Edvardus Reid. 
Jacobus Scott.* 

^ This name has been deleted 



Jacobus Robb. 
Duncanus Macaulay. 
Jacobus Anderson. 



74 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1826 



1826- 1827. 

Vigesimo primo mensis Decembris a.d. 1826. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sancti Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Buist in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. 
Theologiae Professore atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Andreas Fergisson. 
Andreas Murray Wedder- 

spoon. 
Colinus Drummond. 
Carolus Hill. 
David Clark. 
Georgius Cook. 
Georgius Ramsay. 
Gulielmus Bell. 
Gulielmus Pitcairn. 
Gulielmus Speirs. 
Hendricus Walker. 
Jacobus Hill. 
Jacobus Jardine. 
Jacobus Lyall. 
Jacobus Masson. 
Joannes H. Gillespie. 
Joannes Goodsir. 
Robertus Christie. 
Oliver Miller. 
Thomas Smith. 
Alexander Campbell. 
Alexander Carmichael. 
Alexander Thomson. 
Donaldus Ferguson. 
David Russell. 



Erick Reay Mac Kay. 
Georgius Wallace. 
Gulielmus Aitken. 
Gulielmus Bowman. 
Gulielmus Elder. 
Gulielmus Kinghorn. 
Jacobus Burdon. 
Jacobus Davidson. 
Jacobus Lawson. 
Jacobus M*Intyre. 
Jacobus Murray. 
Joannes Bell. 
Joannes Deans. 
Joannes Duff. 
Jacobus Connell. 
Joannes Macdonell. 
Joannes Walker. 
Lewis M'Donell. 
Petrus M'Laren. 
Petrus Blair. 
Robertus Campbell. 
Robertus Findlay Fisher. 
Robertus Pirie. 
Sidney Calder Hony. 
Thomas Torrance. 
David Pitcairn. 



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Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D., Professoris. 



Gulielmus Craig. 
Gulielmus Johnstone. 
Hugo Barr. 



Jacobus Murray. 
Joannes Rankine. 
Robertus Thornton. 



Ex classe Ethica Doctoris Thomae Chalmers. 



Alexr. Forbes. 
Alexander Wood. 
David S)ane. 
David Taylor. 
Georgius Christie. 



Gulielmus Toland. 
Jas. A. Wylie. 
John Duff. 
Robt. Macdougall. 



E classe Mathematica Juniorum Magistri Thomae 

Duncan Professoris. 



Joannes Barclay. 
Henricus Stuart 



Robertus Millar. 



E classe Physica Doctoris Thomae Jackson. 
John Brackenridge. | David Crichton. 

Eodem die receptus fuit in album Academiae Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

David Fergusson. 

Sexto die mensis Januarii a.d. 1827 receptus fuit Collegio 
Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Thomas Reid. 

Vigesimo secundo die mensis Martii a.d. 1827 receptus 
fuit Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

Joannes Stevenson. 



76 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1827 



1827-1828. 

Decimo tertio die mensis Decembris a.d. 1827. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Francisco NicoU Col- 
legii Sancti Salvatoris et Divi Leonardi Praefecto atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



[Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum.] 



Alexander Selkirk. 
Alexander Wilson. 
Andreas Small. 
Andreas Steven. 
Arthurus Lang. 
Carolus MacDiarmid. 
Carolus Miller. 
Davidus Sommervile. 
Ford Littlejohn. 
Georgeius B. Hogg. 
Georgius K. Honey. 
Georgius Sime. 
Gulielmus Ballingall. 
Gulielmus Fernie. 
Gulielmus Gordon. 
Gulielmus Holliday. 
Gulielmus Knox. 
Gulielmus M'Laren. 
Gulielmus Robertson. 
Gulielmus Simpson. 
Gulielmus Skae. 
Hugo M'Pherson. 
Jacobus Bruce Burnett. 
Jacobus Dickson. 
Jacobus Dunbar. 
Jacobus Holliday. 



Jacobus Horsburgh. 
Jacobus Hunter. 
Jacobus Lindsay. 
Jacobus Niven. 
Jacobus Reid. 
Jacobus Smyth. 
Jacobus Smith. 
Jacobus Taylor. 
Jacobus Watt. 
Jacobus Wilson. 
Joannes Bennet. 
Joannes Greig. 
Joannes Macrae. 
Joannes W. Millie. 
Joannes Moncur. 
John Mudie. 
John A. Robertson. 
John Russell. 
Joannes Swinton. 
Joannes Wilson. 
Josephus Lyell. 
M'Arra Halley. 
Petrus Anderson. 
Petrus Cochrane. 
Petrus Crighton. . 
Ricardus Winton. 



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11 



Robertus Brodie. 
Robertus Ebenezer Frew. 
Robertus Gourlay. 
Robertus Gulielmus Kilgour. 
Robertus Cargill Leslie. 
Robertus Lowe. 



Robertus Nisbet. 
Thomas Carstairs. 
Thomas Collier. 
Thomas Maxwell. 
Tho. Wilson. 
Robertus Tullis. 



E classe Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D., Professoris. 

Gulielmus Crawford. Robertus Gordon. 

Franciscus Gordon. 



E classe Ethica Thomae Chalmers, D.D., Professoris. 



Thoma Marjoribanks. 
Andrew Stevenson. 
Thoma Tough. 
Michael Bain. 
Charles Hope. 



Douglassius G. Littlejohn. 
Robertus Wright. 
Joannes Small. 
Joannes W. Ferrier. 
Rowland R. Davies. 



E classe prima Mathematica Thomae Duncan, A.M., 

Professoris. 



Carolus Hunter. 
Edmundus Wills. 
Georgius Arklay. 



Gulielmis Mushet. 
Jacobus Gilmour. 



E classe Graeca Provectiorum Andreae Alexander, A.M., 

Professoris. 

Robertus M*Gill. 



E classe Chemica Roberti Briggs Professoris. 

Andreas Martin. 



Decimo quarto die mensis Decembris a.d. 1827 recepti 
sunt in album Academiae e CoUegio Mariano coram Rever- 



78 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1827 



endo Domino supradicto Universitatis Rectore, nomina 
subscribentes, studiosi Theologiae. 

Guellemus Nicol Aitkin. | Jacobus Chrystal. 



1828" 1829. 



Decimo octavo die mensis Decembris a.d. 1828. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Roberto Haldane in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Adamus Drysdale. 
Alexr. Mathers. 
Alexr. Geekie. 
Andreas Anderson. 
Andreas Douglas. 
Andw. R. Morton. 
Andreas Ogilvie. 
Carolus G. Robertson. 
Carolus Oatts. 
C. G. M'Kenzie. 
David W. Buist. 
David Carswell. 
David Mudie. 
David Page. 
David Skae. 
David Strang. 
David Wilson. 
Forbes Black. 
George S. Moodie. 
Gaulterus Cook. 
Gulielmus Ferrie. 
Gulielmus Henderson. 



Gulielmus M'Grigor. 
Gulielimus Golld Shand. 
Gulielmus Spink. 
Gulielmus Watson. 
Henry D. Cook. 

acobus K. Dow. 

acobus Fortescue. 

acobus Gray. 

acobus M' Donald. 

acobus Robb. 

oannes Cannan. 

acobus Cockrell. 

oannes Duncan. 

oannes Fortune. 

oannes Glennie. 

oannes Hyslop. 

oannes Jennings. 

oannes Lowe. 

oannes Pentland. 

oannes Rollo. 

oannes Somerville. 

oannes Thomson. 



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79 



Joannes Tindal. 
Joannes Wise. 
Joseph Goodsir. 
Joseph Lorrain. 
Mattheus Shepherd. 
Negelius F. Fraser. 
Petrus Cannan. 
Philippus Jones. 
Ricardus Jobson. 
Robert McDonald. 
Robert Taylor. 
Robt. T. Walker. 
Thomas Fairley. 
Thomas Jackson. 
Jacobus Scott. 



Ricardus Moon. 
Joannes Baillie. 
Joannes Young Caw. 
Guilielmus C. R. Patrick, 
Carolus Webster. 
Allan M'Pherson. 
Andrew Robertson. 
Gulielmus Constable. 
Gulielmus Walker. 
Henricus Bell. 
Jacobus Stuart. 
Bethune Pitcairn. 
Charles Bell. 
Jacobus Watson. 
Petrus Hastie. 



Vigesimo secundo die mensis Decembris a.d. 1828 recepti 
sunt in album Academiae e Collegio Mariano coram Rev- 
erendo viro supradicto Universitatis Rectore, nomina sub- 
scribentes, studiosi Theologiae. 



Alexr. Stevenson. 



Thomas Myles. 



1 829- 1 830. 

Decimo septimo die mensis Decembris a.d. 1829. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Joanne Mitchell in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



AUanus Macnicol. 
Alexander Burdon. 
Alexander Lowden. 



Alexander Stewart. 
Alexander Watson. 
Alexr. Woodcock. 



8o 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1829 



Andreas Webster. 
Archibaldus Laing. 
Carolus Goodale. 
David Black. 
David Foulis. 
David Millie. 
David Murray. 
Gulielmus Beattie. 
Gulielmus Davidson. 
Gulielmus Fernie. 
Gulielmus Findlay. 
Gulielmus Malcolm. 
Gulielmus Miller. 
Jacobus Blair. 
Jacobus Kennedy. 
Jacobus Kerr. 
Jacobus Lumsden. 
Jacobus Murray. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Jacobus Simpson. 
Jacobus Stevenson. 



Joannes Berwick. 
Joannes Burns. 
Joannes Fernie. 
Petrus Duff. 
Peter Emslie. 
Petrus Mitchell. 
Thomas Buddo. 
Thoma Carstairs. 
Thoma Clark. 
Thoma Diclc. 
Alex. Adamson. 
Charles Adie. 
Charles Kid. 
David Deas Foulis.^ 
Ebenezer Gordon Munro. 
Georgius Addison. 
Andrea Innes. 
Jacobus Soot. 
Thos. Barland. 
Thomas Malcolm. 
Thomas Gordon. 



Ex classe Physica Thomae Jackson Professoris. 
Thos. Jackson Crawford. 

Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter Professoris. 
Gulielmus Lambert Methven. 



Ex classe Philosophiae Moralis Georgii Cook Professoris. 



Jacobus Howie. 
Job Alfred Jacobs. 



Robert Auld, 



^ This name has been deleted, probably because it is a repetition of the 
David Foulis above. 



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8i 



Decimo octavo die mensis Decembris a.d. 1829 recepti 
sunt in album Academiae e Collegio Mariano coram Rev- 
erendo Domino supradicto Universitatis Rectore, nomina 
subscribentes, studiosi Theologiae. 



David Esdaile. 
Quintin Stewart. 
Ralph Drummond. 
James Fraser. 



James C. Muir. 
William Paterson. 
James Munro. 
Jamieson Willis. 



183O-183I. 

Decimo quinto die mensis Decembris a.d. 1830. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Georgio Buist in Collegio 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theologiae 
Professore atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexr. M 'Donald. 
Alexr. Swan. 
Andw. Taylor. 
Carolus Greenhill. 
C. Ogilvy. 
Cat heart Findlay. 
David Femie. 
David Philip. 
David Storrar. 
David Thomson. 
David Young. 
Duncan C. M* Donald. 
Georgius Bain. 
Georgius Campbell. 
Georgius Davidson. 
Georgius Glennie. 



Georgius Hart. 
Georgius Play fair. 
Georgius Shaw. 
Grant Dalrymple. 
Gul. Augs. Aymard. 
Gulielmus Jaffrey. 
Gulielmus Mackay. 
Gulielimus McLaren, 
Gulielmus Oliphant. 
Jacobus Birrell. 
Jacobus Grant. 
Jacobus Kinross. 
Jacobus Mylne. 
Jacobus Mitchell. 
Jacobus Monteath. 
Jacobus Philp. 



82 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1830 



Jacobus Playfair. 
Jacobus Powrie. 
Joannes Duncan. 
Joannes Forrester. 
Joannes Inglis. 
Johannes Mylne. 
Joanes Oliphant. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Josephus M'Cormick Ferrie. 



Johannis Masson. 
Joannes M'Donald. 
Robertus Stuart Campbell. 
Robertus Ferrie. 
Thoma Addis. 
Thoma Masson. 
Thomas Lennie Robertson. 
Thoma Skinner. ^ 



Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook, D.D., Professoris. 
Gulielmus Reid. | Thomas Leslie. 

Ex classe prima Mathematica Thomae Duncan, A.M., 

Professoris. 

Gulielmus Bain. 

Decimo die mensis Decembris 1830 receptus fuit in 
album Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

William Telfer. 

Vigesimo nono die mensis Martii 1831 receptus fuit in 
album Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

Archd. Brunton. 



183I-1832. 

Decimo tertio die mensis Decembris a.d. 1831. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverend© Domino Francisco NicoU 



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CoUegii Sancti Salvatoris et Divi Leonardi Praefecto atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Allan M'Donald. 
Alexr. Birrell. 
Alexander Findlay. 
Andrew Stirling. 
Andrew Webster. 
Archd. Dumbreck. 
Benjamin M*Laren. 
Carolus Alston. 
David Mackenzie. 
David Martin. 
David Munro. 
Donaldus M'Caill. 
Dumfries Alston. 
Georgius Anderson. 
Georgius Blair. 
Georgians Kidd. 
Georgius Low. 
Gulielmus Blair. 
Gulielmus Dawson. 
Gulielmus Fisken. 
Gulielmus Ritchie Moncur. 
Gulielimus Ritchie. 
Henricus Fergusson. 



Henricus Smith. 
Henricus Ramsay. 
Jacobus Cross. 
Jacobus MTherson. 
Jacobus Wilson. 
Joannes Moody. 
Joannes Bisset. 
Joannis Clark. 
Jaannes Ogilvie. 
Joannes Proudfoot. 
Joannes Stewart. 
Joannes Stewart. 
Laurentius MacKenzie. 
Lyon Playfair. 
Ord Graham Campbell. 
Robertus Hamilton. 
Robertus Paterson. 
Robertus Renwick. 
Rodham Home. 
Thos. Keay. 
Thomas Shairp. 
Robertus Downie. 



Ex classe Physica Thomae Jackson, LL.D., Professoris. 

Andreas Whelpdale. 

Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook, D.D., Professoris. 
Henricus Scott. I Robertus Moon. 



Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D., Professoris. 

Joannes Lister. 



84 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1831 

Vigesimo secundo die Decembris 1831 recepti sunt in 
album Academiae e CoUegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae 
studiosi nomina subscribentes. 

Alexr. Graham. | Thomas Stevenson. 



Vigesimo primo die Januarii 1832 receptus est in album 
Academiae e Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Robert Coltart. 

Tertio die mensis Martii 1832 receptus est in album 
Academiae e Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

W. Cunningham. 

Tricesimo primo die mensis Martii 1832 receptus est in 
album Academiae e Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae 
studiosus nomen subscribens. 

John Carruthers. 



1832-1833. 

Decimo tertio die mensis Decembris a.d. 1832. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Roberto Haldane in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alex. M'Innes. 
Alex. V. Ireland. 
Alex. H. Miln. 
Alexander Thomson. 



Andreas Easton. 
Andreas Gardiner. 
Atholl Stewart. 
Carolus Fletcher. 



1832] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



85 



Carolus Glass. 
Carolus Gray. 
Carolus Roger. 
David Bain. 
David B. Ramsay. 
David Thomson. 
Donald M'Glashan. 
Georgius Aitken. 
Georgius Ballingall. 
Georgius Malcolm. 
Georgius Ogilvie. 
Georgius Russell. 
Georgius Taylor. 
Gualterus Burt. 
Gul. Bisset. 
Gul. Forrest. 
Gul. Jarvis. 
Gulielmus Low. 
Gul. Buist. 
Gulielmus Greig. 
Gulielmus M'Cathie. 
Gulielmus Martin. 
Gulielmus Ross. 
Joannes Arnott. 
Hew Grace. 
Jacobus Bonnar. 
Jacobus Byres. 
Jacobus Douglas. 



Jacobus Inglis. 
Jacobus Izett. 
Jacobus M'Lean. 
Jacobus PattuUo. 
Jacobus Taylor. 
Jacobus Webster. 
Jacobus Woodcock. 
Hamilton Arnot. 
Joannes Moodie. 
Joannes Cruickshank. 
Joannes Husband. 
Joannes Isdale. 
Joannes Johnston. 
Joanis M'Gregor. 
John Mathew. 
Joannes Taylor. 
Laurentius Gowans. 
Patricius Kinnear. 
Petreus Guilielmus Young, 
Robert Hill Kinnear. 
Robertus Millar. 
Robertus Morton. 
Robertus Oliphant. 
Robertus Roger. 
Robertus Young. 
Thomas Easton. 
Thoma Latto. 
Wedderburn Dundas. 



Ex classe Mathematica secunda Thomae Duncan Professoris. 

David Cowan Mudie. 

Ex classe Mathematica prima Thomae Duncan Professoris. 

Robertus Crawfurd. 



Ex classe Mathematica prima Thomae Duncan Professoris. 

Joannes Campbell. 



86 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1832 



Decimo octavo die mensis Januarii 1833 receptus fuit 
Collegio Mariano S. S. Theologiae studiosus nomen sub- 
scribens. 

Jacobus J. Beck. 



1 833- 1 834. 

Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii a.d. 1834. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto Hal- 
dane in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis 
pro-Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum, 



Adam Lothian. 
Alexander Dempster. 
Alexander C. Rankin. 
Alexander Steel. 
Andreas Mallach. 
Antonius Pius Lee. 
Carolus Fowler. 
Carolus Winchester. 
David Bruce. 
David Honeyman. 
David W. Irving. 
Donaldus Campbell. 
Duncan Low. 
Duncan MacKenzie. 
Edvardus Cross. 
Erskine Bain. 
Georgius Blyth. 
Georgius Harris. 



Georgius Hill. 
Georgius Shaw. 
Gulielmis Black. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Gulielmus Hunter. 
Henricus Hart. 
Hugh Cleghorn. 
Jacobus Crichton. 
Jacobus M'Farlane. 
Jacobus Glen. 
Jacobus Mackenzie. 
Jacobus Oliphant. 
Jacobus Porteous. 
Joannes Cross. 
Joannes Hill. 
Joannes Hutcheson. 
Joannes Graham. 
Joannes Mackay. 



i833] MATRICULATION ROLL 87 



Joannes Thomson. 
Joannes M'Intyre. 
Josephis Laird. 
Kenneth M*K. Adams. 
Petrus Clark. 



Petrus Guel. Grant. 
Robertus Graham. 
Simson Philp. 
Thomas Carstairs Gray. 
Thomas Hastie. 



Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook, D.D., Professoris. 

Jaanerres A. Russell. 

■ 

Ex classe Mathematica prima Thomae Duncan Professoris. 

Alexander M. Smith. 



Ex classe Graeca Provectiorum Andreae Alexander, A.M., 

Professoris. 

Gulielmus Wilson. | Jacobus Davidson. 



Ex classe Latina Provectiorum Thomae Gillespie, LL.D., 

Professoris. 

Georgius Hume Gordon. 



Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii recepti sunt in album 
Academiae e Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina 
subscribentes. 

Jacobus Lee. | Jacobus Todd. | David Playfair. 



Vigesimo octavo die mensis Martii 1834 receptus est in 
album Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Gulielmus Johnston. 



88 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1834 



1834-1835. 



Decimo die mensis Februarii a.d. 1835. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonard! coram Reverendo Georgio Buist in Collegio Stae. 
Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theologiae Pro- 
fessore atque Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Anderson. 
Archibald Adamson. 
Charles Maitland Thomson. 
David Donaldson. 
Ebenezer Blacklock. 
Franciscus Christie. 
Georgius Miller. 
Georgius Williamson. 
Gulielmus Herdman. 
Gulielmus M. Alexander. 
Gulielmus Ramsay. 
Gulielmus Touch. 
Henricus Buist, Senior. 
Henricus Buist, Junior. 
Henricus Gordon Dickson. 
Jacobus Ewing. 
Jacobus Fisher. 
Jacobus Howison. 



Jacobus S. Lithgow. 
Jacobus M'Currich. 
James Sinclair. 
Joannes Young Smith. 
Joannes Anderson. 
Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Georgius Brown. 
Johannes Watson Morris. 
Joannes Wright. 
Joannis Kyd. 
Joannes Ronaldson. 
Kenneth M*Kenzie. 
Philip Mackie. 
Robertus MacLennan. 
Stewart Erskine Pattullo. 
Thomas Archibald. 
Thomas Goodall. 



Ex classe Chemica Roberti Briggs Professoris. 
A. G. Morgan. | Guelimus Rennie. 



Duodecimo die mensis Januarii 1835 receptus est in 



1 834] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



89 



album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

John M*Liesh. 



Decimo die mensis Februarii 1835 recepti sunt in album 
Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina 
subscribentes. 



Joan. Maclaurin. 



Thomas M'Crindle, A.M, 



1835- 1836. 



Quinto die mensis Februarii 1836. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Georgio Buist in CoUegio Stae. 
Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theologiae Pro- 
fessore et Universitatis pro-Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Cook. 
Alexander Pomphery. 
Andrew Anderson. 
Andreas Morrison. 
Carolus Scott. 
Claudius Jacobus Erskine. 
David Moir. 
Joannes Peddie. 
David Peddie. 
Georgius C. Stewart. 
Georgius T. Wright. 
Georgius Manson. 
Gulielmus Bryden Jack. 
Gulielmus Inglis. 
Gulielmus Woodcock. 



Hugo Robertus Cunnyng- 

hame. 
Joannes Aitken. 
Joannes I. Wright. 
Joannes M'Donald. 
Johannes Purvis. 
Joannes Robertus Skinner. 
Joannes Scott. 
Matthaeus F. ConoUy. 
Mungo Campbell. 
Petrus Mercer. 
Samuel Hunter Headrick. 
Thomas Brewster. 
Thomas Bell. 
Thomas Scott. 



90 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1835 

Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D., Professoris. 

Jacobus Forsyth. 

Ex classe Chemica Roberti Briggs Professoris. 

Gulielmus Kidd. 

Ex classe Graeca Provectiorum. 

Alexander M. Ferguson. Gulielmus Milligan. 

Georgius Inverarity. 

Ex classe Latina Provectiorum. 
Colinus Pearson. 

Ex classe Physica Thomae Jackson Professoris. 

Joannes Whyte. 

Eodem die recepti sunt in album Academiae Collegio 
Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 

Jacobus Spiers. 



Archibaldus M. Black, A.M. 
Gulielmus Lee. 



Jacobus Inglis. 



1836- 1837. 

Sexto die mensis Decembris 1836 receptus est in album 
Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

Georgius Panton. 

Vigesimo die mensis Decembris 1836 receptus est in 
album Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Alexr. Laurie. 



1836] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



91 



Decimo die mensis Februarii a.d. 1837. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto Haldane 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Morris. 
Alexander Thomson. 
AUanus Cleghorn. 
Andraeas Herdman. 
Andraeas Russell. 
David Ballingall. 
David P. Buchanan. 
David Drummond. 
David Wilkie. 
Duncan M'Naughton. 
Georgius Hunter. 
Georgius Mackay. 
Gulielmus Cross. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Gulielmus Hutchan. 
Gulielmus Lonie. 
Gulielmus Mackintosh. 



Gulielmus Playfair. 
Gulielmus Swan. 
Gulielmus White. 
Jacobus Browning. 
Jacobus Duff Drummond. 
Jacobus Fernie. 
Jacobus Mason. 
Joannis Allison. 
Joannis Browning. 
Joannis Fleming. 
Joannes Thomson, Junior. 
Oliver Russell. 
Robertus Glass. 
Robertus Foulis. 
Robertus Stewart. 
Thomas Mylne. 



Ex classe Graeca Provectiorum Andreae Alexander 

Professoris. 



George Anderson. 
Joannis Henry Mackenzie. 



Theophilus Smith. 



Ex classe Physica Thomae Jackson Professoris. 



Carolus Chalmers. 
Gulielmus Marr. 



Gualterus Shaw. 
Robertus Adamson. 



92 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1836 

Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook Professoris. 
Duncanus Campbell. | « Duncanus Ogilvie. 

Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter Professoris. 

David Halbert. 

Ex classe Mathematica secunda Thomae Duncan 

Professoris. 

Joannis Jackson. 

Eodem die recepti sunt in CoUegio Mariano Theologiae 

studiosi nomina subscribentes. 

Jacobus Latta. | Joannes Heriot Ballingall. 

Decimo septimo die mensis Martii receptus est in album 
Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

Georgius Stevenson. 

Vigesimo septimo die mensis Martii receptus est in 
album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Gulielmus Laing Wotherspoon. 



1837- 1838. 

Duodecimo die mensis Januarii 1838 receptus est in 
album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Gulielmus Mitchell. 



1837] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



93 



Vigesimo quinto die mensis Januarii 1838 receptus est in 
album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Donald R. Clarke. 



Vigesimo tertio die mensis Februarii 1838. 

Nomina incorporatorurfl in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Thoma T. Jackson in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Mitchell. 
Alexr. Ogilvy. 
Andreas Glass. 
Claudius Brown. 
David Brown. 
David Low. 
Jacobus Cuthbert. 
Dugaldus Reid. 
George Campbell. 
Gulielmus Gray. 
Gulielmus Fyfe. 
Gulielmus P. Dickson. 
Gulielmus Parsons Kent. 
Jacobus Crombie. 
Henry Blythe. 
Jacobus Harvey. 
Jacobus Ireland. 
Jacobus S. Milne. 
Jacobus Wright. 



acobus Easton. 

acobus Findlay. 

acobus Ferrie. 

acobus Daun. 

oannes Alexander. 

oannes Alexander. 

oannes Anderson. 

oannis Buick. 

oannes Cox. 

oannes Govan. 

oannes Tulloch. 
Patricius Alexander. 
Petrus Gilruth. 
Petrus Milligan. 
Sandford Ballingal. 
Stuart Grace. 
Thomas B. Sydserff. 
Thomas Gilruth. 



Ex classe Mathematica 2da et 3tia Thomae Duncan, A.M., 

Professoris. 



Joannes Wallace. 



94 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1837 



Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook, D.D., Professoris. 

David Bonnallo. 

Ex classe Chemica Roberti Briggs, M.D., Professoris. 

Petrus Dewar. 

Decimo quarto die mensis Martii 1838 receptus est in 
album Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

iEneas Macintyre. 



1838. 1839. 

Vigesimo secundo die mensis Februarii 1839. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Georgio Buist in Collegio Stae. 
Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theologiae Pro- 
fessore et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Grace. 
Alexander P. Murray. 
Andreas Gordon. 
Archibaldus Brown. 
David Cook. 
David Meldrum. 
Georgius Brewster. 
Georgius Barclay. 
Georgius Dott. 
Georgius Oswald. 
Willm. Boyack. 
Gulielmus Duguid. 



Jacobus Adie. 
Jacobus F. S. Gordon. 
Jacobus Herdman. 
James Mailler. 
Jacobus Williamson. 
Jacobus Ramsay. 
Joanes Sydserff. 
Joanes Inches Dickson. 
Joannes Sampson. 
Joannis Stewart. 
Joannes G. Touch. 
Petrus Thomson. 



1838] MATRICULATION ROLL 95 

Paulus R. Forrester. Thomas W. Brown. 



Robertas Dewar. 
Robertas Struthers. 



Thomas White. 



Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook Professoris. 
Josephus P. Simpson. 

Eodem die recepti sunt in CoUegio Mariano Theologiae 

studiosi nomina subscribentes. 

William Alexr. Corkindale. | Gulielmus Allan. 

Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D., Professoris. 

Jacobus Lindsay. 

Ex classe Mathematica prima Thomae Duncan Professoris. 

Andrews Bell Morrison. 

Ex classe Graeca Provectiorum Andreae Alexander 

Professoris. 

Patricius Anderson. 



1839- 1840. 

Vigesimo primo die mensis Februarii Theologiae studiosus 

nomen subscribens receptus est in album Academiae CoUegio 

Mariano. 

Archibaldus Storie. 

Duodecimo die mensis Martii a.d. 1840. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto Hal- 



96 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1839 



dane in CoUegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis 
Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexr. Forrester Brown. 
Alexr. W. Isdale. 
Alexr. Liddle. 
Andreas Henderson. 
Carolus Roger. 
Danielis M. Stewart. 
David S. Fergus. 
David S. Rae. 
David Stark. 
Georgius Blyth. 
Georgius Morris. 
Gualterus M. Dempster. 
Gualterus Thos. Milton. 
Gulielmus Anderson. 



Gulielmus Laidlay. 
Gulielmus J. Martin. 
Jacobus Caesar. 
Jacobus McGregor. 
Jacobus Stewart. 
Jacobus Taylor. 
Joannes Duncan. 
Joannes Henderson. 
Joannes Luke. 
Joannes Marr. 
Joannes Rutherford. 
Joannis Wright. 
Laurentius Thomson. 



Ex classe Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D. 
Jacobius Nicoll. | Colinus Maclaverty. 



Ex classe Mathematica secunda Thomae Duncan, M.A. 



Georgius W. Johnston. 
Carolus C. Boyack. 



Gulielmus Johnston. 



Ex classe Physica Adami Anderson, LL.D. 

William Philp. 

Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook, D.D. 
Gulielmus Davidson. 

Eodem die recepti sunt in CoUegio Mariano Theologiae 

studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Robt. Smith. 

Andreas Jacobus Maclntyre. 



Joannes Gibson. 
Joannes Hendry. 



1840] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



'97 



184O-184I. 

Vigesimo septimo die mensis Januarii receptus est in Col- 
leg^o Mariano Theolog^ae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Carolus Merson. 

Decimo octavo die mensis Februarii a.d. 1841. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto Haldane 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Milne. 
Andreas Brown. 
Andreas Hood. 
Andreas Spence. 
Carolus Lyon. 
David Terras. 
Donaldus M*Kay. 
Edwardus Drummond. 
Frederickus Home. 
Jacobus Miller. 
Joannes Edie. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Joannes Ramsay. 
Joannes Wann. 



Georgius Alexander, 
Georgius Black. 
Georgius Carnegie. 
Georgius Milligan. 
Hugo Alexander. 
Gulielmus Imrie. 
Gulielmus Walker. 
GuUielmus Small. 
Gulielmus Wilson. 
Robertus Borwick. 
Thomas Porteous. 
Robertus Stewart. 
Gulielmus Murray. 
Gulielmus Caesar. 



Ex classe Logica. 
Peter MacLaren. 

Ex classe Mathematica prima Thomae Duncan Professoris, 



Joannes Grant Tainsh. 
Henricus M'Kechnie. 



Donald Mackechnie. 



98 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1840 



Ex classe Chemica. 
Alexander Govan. 

Receptus est in Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus. 

Georgius A. Syme. 



Decimo sexto die mensis Martii recepti sunt in Collegio 
Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Joannes T. Telfer. | 



Andrew Young. 



184I-1842. 

Decimo septimo die mensis Februarii a.d. 1842. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Thoma T. Jackson in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque 
Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Allanus Briggs. 
^neas Ross. 
Arthurus Playfair, 
David Turpie. 
David Dunlop. 
E. Syme. 
Georgius Wise. 
Gulielmus Porteous. 
Gulielmus Ramsay. 
Gulielmus Just. 
Gulielmus Reid. 
Gulielmus Livingstone, 
Gulielmus Rattray. 
Jacobus Whyte. 



Jacobus Brown. 
Jacobus Henderson. 
Jacobus Martin. 
Jacobus Lindsay. 
Joannes Birrell. 
Joannis Berwick. 
Joannis West. 
Joannes Duncanson. 
Joannes Thomson. 
Joannis Miller. 
Leonard Gow. 
Ludovicus Stirling. 
Maxwellus Wright, 
Petrus McLaren. 



i84i] MATRICULATION ROLL 99 



Robertus Christie. 
Patricius Macrae. 
Robertus Campbell. 
Robertus Fisher. 



Robertus Smithe. 
Rogerus Thomson, 
Thomas Smeaton. 
Petrus Campbell. 



Ex classe Physica. 
Alexr. Guild. | Andreas Leiper Peock. 

Ex classe Chemica. 
Gulielmus Lindsay Carnegie. 

Eodem die recepti sunt in Collegio Mariano Theologiae 

studiosi nomina subscribentes. 

Jacobus Sellar. Georgius Taylor. 

Jacobus Anderson. 



1842- 1843. 

Decimo die mensis Januarii receptus est in Collegio 
Mariano Theologiae studiosus. 

Gulielmus Garden. 

Decimo sexto die mensis Februarii a.d. 1843. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Georgio Buist in Collegio 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theologiae 
Professore et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Ramsay. 
Andreas Alexander. 



Andreas Horsburgh. 
Archibaldus Goodsir. 



100 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1842 



Balfour Stewart. 
Colinus Greig. 
Carolus Walker. 
David Rattray. 
Elliotus Playfair. 
Fredericus Crombie. 
Franciscus Lawrie. 
Gulielmus Johnston. 
Gulielmus Cameron. 
Gulielimus Cowan. 
Gulielmus Bell. 
Gulielmus M. Hutton. 
Gulielmus Smith Lyall. 



Jacobus Culross. 
Jacobus Lumsdaine. 
Jacobus Duncan. 
Jacobus Walker. 
Joannus Ramsay. 
Joannes Whyte. 
Joannes Pearson. 
Petrus M'Lagan. 
Petrus Douglas. 
Petrus Richardson. 
Robert Adamson. 
Robertus Lindsay. 
Thomas Alexander. 



In classe Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D. 
Alexr. M*K. Bannatyne. 



In classe Physica Adami Anderson, LL.D. 



Walter Walker. 



I 



Wm. H. Norrie. 



Eodem die recepti sunt in CoUegio Mariano Theologiae 

studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Georgius Morton. 
Donaldus MacKenzie. 
Georgius Clugston. 



James Young. 
Matthew Armour, 



1843- 1844. 

Tertio die mensis Januarii receptus est in Collegio Mariana 
Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 



Joannes Reid. 



i«43] 



MATRICULJLTipJ?-- I^OLL 



lOI 



Eodem die recepti sunt in Collegio Mdiriahp Tbeologiae 

studiosi nomina subscribentes. -' . . - 



Georgius Hutchison. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Joannes Orr. 
Hugo F. M 'Donald, 



William M'Laren. 
Paton J. Gloag. 
William Sutherland. 



'_ • 



Decimo quinto die mensis Februarii a.d. 1844. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et 
Divi Leonardi coram Reverendo Georgio Buist in Collegio 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Tbeologiae 
Professore et Universitatis pro-Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander M'Whannel. 
Alexander F. Taylor. 
Alexr. B. Todd. 
Alexander Stewart, aetat. xvi,, 

Morven, com. Argylc. 
Andreas Cant. 
Andreas Lawson. 
Carolus Morrison. 
Carolus Turner. 
Daniel Fraser. 
David A. Mitchell. 
David Thomson. 
Georgius Simpson. 
Gulielmus Hunter. 
Gulielmus Gray. 
Gulielmus Muir. 
Hugo Drinnan. 
Jacobus Bain. 
Jacobus Campbell. 
Jacobus Craig. 



Jacobus Hutchinson. 
Jacobus Imrie. 
Jacobus Menzies. 
Jacobus Stewart. 
Jacobus Terras. 
Joannes Beck. 
Joannes Hood. 
Joannes Kay. 

Johannes Lumsdaine Small 
Joannes M'Owan. 
[Joannes Ramsay.] 
Joannes Reid. 
Joannes Steele. 
Petrus Myles. 
Robertus Barclay. 
Robertus Herdman. 
Thomas Brown. 
Thomas Just. 
Thomas Spence. 
Thomas Smith. 



102 UNIVERSI3Y.3&F St ANDREWS [1843 



£x cla^sle'Logica Jacobi Hunter, LL.D. 



•..\Q^irgius Mackie, 
Robt. M. MacKenzie. 



Andreas Drummond. 
Davidus Drummond. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell, F.R.S. 



Franciscus Davidson. 
Alexander Thain. 



Chalmers Edie. 
Alexander Small. 



Ex classe Anatomiae Joannis Reid, M.D. 
Duncanus MacKenzie. 

Ex classe Ethica Georgii Cook, D.D. 
John Stewart. 



1844-1845- 

Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii a.d. 1845. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto Haldane 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum, 



Adamus Gracie. 
MnesiS S. Dallas. 
Alexander Duflf. 
Alexander Inglis. 
Alexander M'lvor. 
Alexander Roderick 

kenzie. 
Alexander Smith. 
David Conacher. 



Mac- 



David Galloway. 
David Meldrum. 
David Thomson. 
Donaldus M'Kay. 
Ebenezer Wilkie. 
Georgius M. Govan. 
Georgius E. Stewart, 
Gilbertus Eraser. 
Gulielmus Dowie. 




l844] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



103 



Gulielmus Edie. 
Gulielmus Howat. 
Gulielmus L. Lumsdaine. 
Gulielmus M'Intyre. 
Gulielmus Stewart. 
Gulielmus Wright. 
Jacobus Wallace Connor. 
Jacobus B. M'Laurin. 
Jacobus H. M'Naughton. 
Jacobus Spalding, aetat. xii. 
Jacobus B. M'A. Strachan. 
Joannes Forbes. 
John Hunter. 



John Kinnear. 
Joannes M*Nab. 
Joannes Stewart. 
Joannes C. M'Rae. 
Patricius Thomson Forfar, 
Patricius E. Smith. 
Robertus Craig. 
Robertus Pearson. 
Ranaldus Macpherson. 
Thomas Scott Curr. 
Thomas Dow. 
Thomas Seater. 



Ex classe secunda Graeca et Latina. 
Martinus Ferguson. | Gulielmus F. Lindesay. 

Ex classe Mathematica prima. 
Jacobus M'William. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 

Christiphorous Fernie. 

Duodecimo die mensis Februarii receptus est in Collegio 
Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

J. Mein Austin. 



Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii recepti sunt in Collegio 
Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Thomas Millar. 
David Stevenson. 
Robertus Steuart. 
Franciscus Brown Caldwell. 



Robert Dinning. 
Dav. Carruthers. 
Robert Ross. 



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[184s 



1845- 1846. 

Vigesimo tertio die mensis Decembris receptus est in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen subscribens. 

A. S. Hunter. 



Decimo septimo die mensis Febniarii recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Jacobus Orr Burns. 
Guelunis Murray. 
Jacobus Gerardus Young. 



Joannes NicoU. 
Gulielmus Gunnyon. 



Decimo septimo die mensis Februarii a.d. 1846. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Thoma T. Jackson in 
Collegio S. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque Uni- 
versitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander S. Douglas. 
Alexander M'Ewen. 
Alexander M'Laren. 
Alexr. K. Simpson. 
Alex. Stuart. 
Andreas G. Mackenzie. 
Andreas Maxwell. 
Andrias B. Nielson. 
David C. Lindsay. 
David Maxwell. 
Ewen M'Ewen. 
Fredericus L. Playfair. 
Georgius S. Burns. 
Georgius D. Crombie. 



Georgius D. McGregor. 
Georgius Marshall. 
Gulielmus Dobie. 
Guelimus M. Hannay. 
Gulielmus Masson. 
Gulielmus Williamson. 
Henricus Stirling. 
Jacobus Adamson. 
Jacobus Anderson. 
Jacobus Carstairs. 
Jacobus Erskine. 
Jacobus Wilkie. 
Joannes Bell. 
Joannes Bowman. 



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Joannes Campbell. 
Joannes Findlay. 
Joannes Hay. 
Joannes M'Adam. 
Joannas Myles. 
Josephus Davidson. 
Josephus M*Caig. 
Petnis Cameron. 



Richardus P. Greaves. 
Robertas Scrimgeour. 
Ronaldus Thomson. 
Thomas Bell. 
Thos. Jeneson. 
Thos. Stilton. 
Thos. A. Wise. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 



David S. Reid. 
Edward Rae. 
Andreas NicoU. 



Geo. W. Thain. 
Jacobus Wood. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 
John Corstorphine. | Andreas Morgan. 

« 

Ex classe Mathematica prima Thomae Duncan Professoris. 

Jacobus M'Lachlan. 



1846- 1847. 

Decimo sexto die mensis Februarii a.d. 1847. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Georgio Buist, D.D., in Collegio 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theologiae 
Professore et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Campbell. 
Alexander M'Lean. 
Alexander Shepherd. 
[Alexander Young.] 



Andreas Dryburgh. 
Augustus C. Bell. 
David Campbell. 
David S. Maxwell. 



io6 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1846 



David Paterson. 
David Stott. 
David Wishart. 
Daniel ConoUy. 
Duncanus M'Owan. 
Fredericus W. L. Wright. 
Georgius Nicol Anderson. 
Georgius Barclay. 
Georgius Greig. 
Gualterus Ross. 
Gulielmus Blair. 
Gulielmus M. Johnstone. 
Gulielmus R. Meldnim. 
Henricus A. PattuUo. 
Hugo Ramsay. 
Jaccobus Bonthorne. 
Jacobus Stewart. 
Joannes Brown. 
John Buchanan. 
Joannes Greig. 
Joannes F. S. Darling. 



Joanes Lilburne. 
Joannes Duncan. 
Johnes Grant. 
Joannes Knight. 
Joannes S. Lumsdaine. 
Joannes Carstairs McNeill. 
Joannes Ramsay. 
Joannes Stewart. 
Joannes Tyrie. 
Joannes E. Wakefield. 
Joannes Y. Walker. 
John Wyllie. 
Kentigernus M 'Gilchrist. 
Law Blair. 
Petrus M'Donald. 
Robert Kerr. 
Samuel Fergusson. 
Stamford R. Lumsdaine. 
Thomas M. B. Gardyne. 
Thomas H. Thompson. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 



James Tetley. 
Patrick Stewart. 
Francis Moss. 



Thomas Morgan. 
Alexander Duncan. 
Robertus Salmond. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 



Anthony Murray Touch. 
Ashmore Wood. 



Robertus Peddie. 
Joannes Smith. 



Ex classe Physica. 
Jacobus Wishart. | Joannes Barnet. 



Eodem die receptus est in CoUegio Mariano Theologiae 

studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Georgius Gordon Milne. 




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107 



1847-1848. 

Decimo quinto die mensis Februarii a.d. 1848. 

Nomina incorporatonim in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Georgio Buist, D.D., in CoUegio 
Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theologiae 
Professore et Universitatis pro-Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Alexander Campbell. 
Alexander Renny. 
Andrius Mackie. 
Andreas G. Merson. 
£neas J. Gregorson. 
David Thomson. 
David Aitken. 
David Paton. 
David G. D. Ramsay. 
David Justice. 
Gulielmus Aitken, Senior. 
Gulielmus Aitken, Junior. 
Gulielmus Playfair. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Gulielmus Knight. 
Gulielmus Y. Moir. 
Gulielmus Ogilvy. 
Gulielmus Winter. 
Gulielmus Sharp. 
Jacobus Mylne. 
Jacobus Blackwood. 
Jacobus Crabb. 
Jacobus Millar Lowe. 
Jacobus M'Gregor. 
Jacobus Morrison. 
James Smeaton. 
Jacobus Wood. 



Johannis Chisholm. 
Joannes Dow. 
Johannes Graham. 
Johannes Davidson Grant. 
John Home. 
Johannes Hunt. 
Johannes M 'Gilchrist. 
Robertus M'Laren. 
Johannes Stewart. 
Johannes F. Thomson. 
Joannes Y. Thomson. 
Patricius M'Gregor. 
Patricius Samuel. 
Petrus Reid. 
Petrus Robertson. 
Petrus Taylor. 
Petrus Vallance. 
Petrus G. Walker. 
Robert L. TurnbuU. 
David Maitland. 
Thomas Bell. 
Thomas Duncan. 
Thomas Johnstone. 
Thomas Miller. 
Thomas Downie. 
Thos. H. Wright. 



io8 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1847 

Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 

David Blair. 

Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 

John Maclennan. 

Ex classe Anatomiae, etc., Joannis Reid, M.D., Professoris. 
Alfredus C. Pope. | Alexander Borthwick. 

Ex classe Logica Jacobi Spalding Professoris. 



Patricius Dickson. 
Jacobus Brown. 



Gulielmus Johnstone Boyd. 



Ex classe Physica Gulielmi L. Fischer Professoris. 
John Reid. | Robt. Smith. 

Eodem die recepti sunt in CoUegio Mariano Theologiae 

studiosi nomina subscribentes. 

Robertus Dobie. | Gulielmus M'Robbie. 



1848-1849. 

Undecimo die mensis Januarii 1849 receptus est in Collegio 

Mariano nomen subscribens. 

Jacobus Murray. 

Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii recepti sunt in Collegio 
Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Fredericus Cruickshank. 
Carolus Campbell. 
Joannes Fergusson. 
Alexr. Milne. 



D. D. M'Coll. 
Duncanus Anderson. 
Walter Brock. 
Georgius Buist. 



1848] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



109 



Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii a.d. 1849. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo viro Domino Roberto Haldane 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Universitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Thomas B. Blair. 
Jacobus Bower. 
David Brewster. 
Andreas Brown. 
Georgius G. Buchanan. 
Joannes Chalmers. 
Alexander Doctor. 
Petrus Ferguson. 
Carolus W. Fettes. 
Andreas Forrester. 
Georgius Graham. 
Andreas Gray. 
David Hay. 
Gualterus Home. 
Robertus Johnston. 
Thomas Lawson. 



Duncanus Macintyre. 
Alexander MacKay. 
Petrus M'Kercher. 
Joannes M'Lean. 
Alexander Matthew. 
Joannes Samuelis Milton. 
David Nicol. 
David H. Pearson. 
Gulielmus Ramsay. 
Georgius Stewart. 
Joannes Stewart. 
Joannes Walker. 
Alexander Williamson. 
Thomas Wilson. 
Jacobus Russell Wright. 



Ex classe Logica Jacobi Spalding Professoris. 



Andrias M'Lean. 
James Salisbury. 



Adamus Burnes. 
Robertus C. Lumsden. 



Ex classe Mathematica Thomae Duncan Professoris. 



Joannes Stewart. 
Georgius Russell. 



Jacobus Raeburn. 



Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 

Robertus Berry. 



ZIO 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1848 



Ex classe Chemica. 



Alexander Reid. 



Georgius Buist. 



1849- 1850. 

Duodecimo die mensis Febniarii a.d. 1850. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Thoma T. Jackson in 
Collegio S. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque Uni- 
versitatis Rectore. 



Theologiae studiosi. 



Alex. Rattray. 
Andreas Lochhead. 
David Rose. 
George Roddick. 
Gulielmus Ross. 



Jacobus Sanders. 
Joannes Brown. 
John Hart. 
James Gray. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Gulielmus M. Bell. 
Robertus Bell. 
Joannes M. Beveridge. 
Edwardus Broughton. 
Alexander R. Cowie. 
Daniel Dewar. 
Georgius W. Edgar. 
Robertus Fisher. 
Alexander Forbes. 
Georgius D. Forbes. 
James Forrester. 
Thomas Gilchrist. 
Georgius R. Gordon. 
Fredericus Gourlay. 



Alexander Hay. 
Gulielmus Hendry. 
Gullelinus Johnston. 
Alexr. Keddie. 
David Kellock. 
Joannis Leach. 
Carolus B. Mackay. 
Jacobus Richmond. 
David Simpson. 
David Smeaton. 
Jacobus Smieton. 
Joannes Smith. 
Alexander Stewart. 
Daniel Stewart. 



1849] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



III 



Duncanus Steuart. 
Petrus Stewart. 
Joannes Sutherland. 
Alexander Terras. 
Robertas M. Walker. 
Joannes C. Wallace. 



Robertas Wallace. 
Joannes Watters. 
Thomas Wood. 
Daniel Wright. 
Jacobus Scott. 



Ex classe Physica Gulielmi L. Fischer Professoris. 

Jacobus Pennell. 

Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding. 



Gulielmus Lauder. 
Alexander Stevenson. 
Johannes Mackay. 



Alexander Davidson. 
Jacobus B. Robertson. 
Richardus Philp. 



Ex classe Chemica. 



Roderick J. MacKenzie. 
Robert Smith. 



Thos. Rodger. 
Henricus Gourlay. 



Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 
Carolus Johnstone Taylor. 



185O-185I. 

Vigesimo sextojdie mensis Novembris 1850 recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Gulielmus Clark. 



I 



Joannes Milne. 



Undecimo die mensis Februarii 1851 recepti sunt in 
CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Simon Mackenzie. 
Thomas Mitchell. 



Alexander MacDonald. 



112 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1850 



Undecimo die mensis Februarii a.d. 1851. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio S. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Buist, D.D., in 
CoUegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. 
Theologiae Professore et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Marcus L. Anderson. 
Georgius Aitken. 
Jacobus Berwick. 
Gulielmus A. Brown. 
Alexander Butter. 
Gulielmus Couper. 
Robertus Craig. 
Jacobus Davidson. 
David Donaldson, 
tienricus B. Farnfe. 
Joannes Fergusson. 
Jacobus Geddie. 
Carolus Grace. 
Robertis Graham. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Thomas Grant. 
David Jack. 
Thomas Jackson. 
David Johnston. 
Gulielmus Keay. 
Alexander M. Lindesay. 



Alexander Murray M 'Galium. 
Alexander Maclntyre. 
Andrew Mackay. 
John M'Kenzie. 
Henricus N. MacLaurin. 
Jacobus M. M*Owan. 
David Marshall. 
Jacobus Maxwell. 
Carolus Melville. 
Andreas Miller. 
Jacobus Brown. 
Joannes Hunter. 
Georgius Moir. 
Joannes C. Niven. 
Robertus H. Playfair. 
Alexr. E. Ramsay. 
David Y. Storrar. 
Alexander M*F. Stewart. 
David Stewart. 
Joannes Thomson. 
Robertus Thomson. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 

Johannes Hill. 

Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 



Oswald H. Bell. 
Guilleris Walker. 
Robertus Garland. 



M. Van der Byl. 
Rodericus Mackenzie. 
Gulielmus S. Playfeir. 



i8so] MATRICULATION ROLL 113 

Ex classe Mathematica Thomae Duncan, A.M., Professoris. 

Archibaldus Thomson. 



Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 
Gulielmus Cunningham. 



Decimo octavo die mensis Martii 1851 receptus est in 
album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Archibaldus C. Cameron. 



185I-1852. 

Quinto die mensis Januarii 1852 recepti sunt in album 
Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina 
subscribentes. 



Alexander Gray. 

G. W. S. Cruickshank. 



Gulielmus Pratt. 
Alexander Joannes Murray. 



Decimo septimo die mensis Februarii recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Alexr. M'Clellan. 
Bryce Frood. 
Carolus MacLean. 
Georgius Anderson. 
Gulielmus Duke. 
Jacobus MacDonald. 
Jacobus M. Rose. 



Joannes Dick. 
Joannes Keith. 
Malcolumbus Maclntyre. 
Malcolm C. Taylor. 
Nigellius M'Intyre. 
Robertus Bell. 
Thomas Tallach. 



H 



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[i8si 



Decimo septimo die mensis Februarii a.d. 1852. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio S. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Buist, D.D., in 
Collegio S. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theo- 
logiae Professore et Universitatis pro-Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Jacobus Anderson. 
Thomas Barty. 
Carolus Beatson Bell. 
Alexander Bennet. 
Gulielmus Buist. 
David Boyd. 
Donaldus Boyd. 
Dugald Cameron Boyd. 
Robert Steele Cook. 
Jacobus Crichton. 
Joannes Davidson. 
John Fisher. 
Gulielmus Galletly. 
Douglas Moncriefif Govan. 
Alexander Gray. 
George Selkirk Jack. 
Georgius Leslie. 
Gulielmus Hannah Lundie. 
David Lyell. 
Carolus M'Ewen. 



Boswell MacKay. 
Joannes M'Kerchar. 
David Millar. 
Alexander Morrison. 
Robertus Napier. 
Joannes Paterson. 
David Pryde. 
Jacobus Purdie. 
Hugo Franciscus Ramsay. 
Robert Ramsay. 
Henricus Reid. 
Alexander Robertson. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Gulielmus Robb. 
Jacobus Sim. 
Joannes Stevenson. 
Patricius Stevenson. 
Gulielmus Stewart. 
Georgius Wallace. 
Joannes Wallace. 



Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 

David Arthur. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 



William Henry Houlds- 

worth. 
Jacobus Crawford Gray. 
Hugo Lyon. 



Johannes Mitchell. 
Alexander Dunn Pattison* 
Robert Smith. 
Antonius Stewart. 



i8si] MATRICULATION ROLL 115 

Ex classe Mathematica Thomae Duncan Professoris. 



George Smith. 
Neil Campbell. 
Finlay H. M'Kichan. 



Oswald H. Bell. 
Franciscus Tocher. 



Ex classe Anatomiae Georgii E. Day, M.D. 



Carolus Christie Graham. 
Kennethus Bruce Stuart. 



Petrus Bowie Bain. 



Ex classe Chemica. 

Guiliellmus Bogie. Jacobus Kirkland. 

Jacobus P. Morgan. 

Vigesimo quarto die mensis Februarii receptus est in 
album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Jacobus Craig. 



1852- 1853. 

Vigesimo quinto die mensis Novembris 1852 receptus est 
in album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Samuel Robinson. 

Decimo septimo die mensis Decembris 1852 recepti sunt 
in album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosi 
nomina subscribentes. 

David Stewart. | Robertus Milne. 

Decimo octavo die mensis Decembris 1852 receptus est in 
album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Gul. R. Eraser. 



Ii6 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1852 

Vigesimo septimo die mensis Decembris 1852 receptus est 
in album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Evan Masson. 

Septimo die mensis Januarii 1853 receptus est in album 
Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

James Young. 

Undecimo die mensis Januarii 1853 receptus est in album 
Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. ^ 

Alexander MacHardy. 

Decimo quinto die mensis Februarii recepti sunt in Collegio 
Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Alexander M^Intyre. 
Donaldus M^Caig. 
Franciscus Rae. 
Georgius Selbie. 
Gulielmus Burnie. 
Gulielmus Murray Keay. 



Jacobus Macfadyen. 
Joannes Barnett. 
Joannes Macfarlane. 
Robertus Liston. 
Jacobus Kerr. 



Decimo quinto die mensis Februarii a.d. 1853. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Buist, D.D., in 
Collegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theo- 
logiae Professore et Universitatis Vice-Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Gulielmus Aitken. 
Samuelis Bankier. 



Joannes Birrell. 
Alexander Carstairs. 



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117 



David Campbell. 
Joannis Christie. 
Joannis Cook. 
Joannes Coutts. 
Alexander M. Davidson. 
Joannes Dobie. 
Gulielmus Donald. 
Robert us Ewan. 
Andreas Fergusson. 
Gulielmus Forbes. 
Jacobus W. C. Fraser. 
Duncanus M. Henderson. 
Thomas A. Hill. 
Alexander Kay. 
Kenneth Kerr. 
Robertus Lidderdale. 
Alexander Low. 
Joannes M 'Caiman. 



Joannes Macdonald. 
Jacobus M'Kenzie. 
Alexander J. M'Kichan. 
Fletcher N. M. M'Laren. 
Robertus Menzies. 
Jacobus P. Morgan. 
Jacobus NicoU. 
Jacobus Peattie. 
Georgius Philp. 
Alexander Robertson. 
Ernestus Scott. 
Joannes Sime. 
Robertus Small. 
Guilielmus Smith. 
Duncanus Stewart. 
Andreas D. Tait. 
Joannes H. Stewart. 



Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 



Douglas Robertson. 
James Stewart. 
Donaldus M. Simpson. 



Alexander M'Gregor, 
Robert M. Webster. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 



Joannes Lindsay Adamson. 



Joannes Robertson Mac- 
Kenzie. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 



Thomas H. Methven. 
Joannes Paton Watt. 
Alexander D. Campbell. 



Alfredus Wilson. 
Jacobus Beattie. 



Ii8 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1852 

Trigesimo primo die mensis Martii receptus est in album 
Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus nomen 
subscribens. 

Guajterus R. Ross. 



1853-1854. 

Vigesimo octavo die mensis Decembris 1853 receptus est 
in album Academiae Collegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

David Stewart. 



Trigesimo primo die mensis Decembris 1853, 

John Calder. 

Undecimo die mensis Januarii 1854. 
John Cameron. 



Decimo quarto die mensis Febniarii 1854 recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



David Reid. 
Gulielmus MacVicar. 
Hugo M 'Alpine. 
Jacobus Anderson. 



Jacobus Macarthur. 
Joannes Falconer. 
Robert us Milne. 



Mense Martii. 



Alexander Young. 
Jacobus M. Joass. 



Kennethus A. Mackenzie. 
Daniel Fraser. 



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119 



Decimo quarto die mensis Februarii a.d. 1854. 

Nomina incorporatonim in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Gulielmo Brown, D.D., in Col- 
legio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque Uni- 
versitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Jacobus Aitken. 
Joannes T. Bain. 
Jacobus M. Bell. 
Joannes Boyd. 
Alexander O. Brown. 
Jacobus M. Brown. 
Robertus W. Cunningham. 
Jacobus Douglas. 
Alexander Grant. 
Georgius Hume. 
Gulielmus Imrie. 
Joannes Kinnear. 
Walterus Lorraine. 
David Lyon. 
Gulielimus C. M'Intosh. 



Ninianus Francis M^Kenzie. 
Petrus N. MacKichan. 
David M'Laren. 
Alexander L, Meldrum. 
Adamus B. Messer. 
Robertus Reid. 
Joannes S. Small. 
David Sproat. 
Gulielmus Stevenson. 
Jacobus R. Stewart. 
Joannes C. Stuart. 
Jacobus T. Stuart. 
Joannes Sturrock. 
Frederickus Swanston. 
William Sharp. 



Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 
Josephus B. MacDougal. 

Ex classe Graeca secunda Andreae Alexander Professoris. 



Jacobus Christie. 



Robertus Gray. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 
Jacobus F. Mackenzie. | Georgius Forbes. 

Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 



Edvardus Septimus Wood. 
Jonathan W. Greig. 



Robertus I. Ross. 



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1 854- 1 855. 

Vigesimo secundo die mensis Decembris 1854 receptus est 
in album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Alexr. Young. 



Recepti sunt in album Academiae CoUegio Mariano Theo- 
logiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Peter Calder. 
John Russell. 



Alexander Davidson. 
Joannes Hall. 



Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii 1855. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio S. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Buist, D.D., 
in CoUegio S. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. 
Theologiae Professore et Universitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Robert Balgarnie. 
David Beatt. 
Archibaldus Bell. 
Edwardus Bell. 
Joannes Brown. 
Gulielmus Cant. 
Joannes Charlton. 
Jacobus R. Chrystal. 
Henricus Cook. 
Andreas David Ducat. 
Guilelmus Graham. 
Georgius Guthrie. 
Alexander O. Hood. 
Tyndall Lethbridge. 



Gulielmus MacFarlane. 
Hugh M*Kay. 

Gulielmus Murray MacKay. 
Duncanus Dugald Mac- 

lachlan Macleod. 
[WiUiam A. Macleod.] 
Patricius Macvicar. 
David Marshall. 
Joannes Martin. 
Jacobus M eagle. 
Andreas Monilaws. 
Jacobus Nimmo. 
WiUiam PattuUo. 
[Robert E. Playfair.] 



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121 



Peter Pennycook. 
Alexander Ramsay, Senior. 
[Alexander Ramsay, Junior.] 
Andreas Robertson. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Joannes Robinson. 
Andreas Roy. 



Robertus Scott. 
Gulielmus Scott. 
Alexander Reid Skene. 
Gulielmus Stevenson. 
David Brown Stuart. 
Alexander M*Kay Trotter. 
David Watson Wemyss. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 

James S. Laing. 

Ex classe Physica Gulielmi L. Fischer Professoris. 

Gulielmus Smith. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 



David Lyell. 



Archibaldus Playfair. 



Decimo tertio die mensis Februarii 1855 recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Robertus Jacobus Craig. 
Johannes Haggart. 
Jacobus MacColl. 
Thomas Smith. 



David Stewart. 
Andreas Edgar. 
Nigelius Brodie. 
David W. Gunn. 



1855-1856. 



Vigesimo primo die mensis Novembris 1855 recepti sunt 
in album Academiae CoUegio Stae. Mariae Theologiae 
studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Alexander Maclean. 
James P. M'Dougall. 



Gulielmus M. Philip. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[i8S5 



Duodecimo die mensis Februarii 1856 recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Joannes F. Hill. 
Lachlan McNeil. 



Joannes M'Diarmid. 



Duodecimo die mensis Februarii 1856. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio S. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverend© Domino Georgio Buist, D.D., 
in Collegio S. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. Theo- 
logiae Professore et Universitatis pro-Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



John Anderson. 

Jacobus Webster Barty. 

Gulielmus Boyd. 

Joannes Johnstone Copland. 

Jacobus Dickson. 

Alex. Wilkie Donaldson. 

Johnas Douglas. 

Daniel Forbes. 

Jacobus Caithness Gellie. 

Thomas Gray. 

Joannes Greenfield. 

Alexander Guthrie. 

Jacobus Hally. 

Georgius Hart. 

Thomas Ireland. 

Andreas Keay. 

Jacobus Kerr. 

Andreas Leitch. 

Georgius Stark Leslie. 



David Lyell. 
Ranaldus M' Donald. 
Gulielmus Archibald Mac- 

leod. 
David M'Ewan. 
Joannes Mercer. 
Robertus Rintoul. 
Jacobus Gaul Robertson. 
Georgius Ross. 
Thomas Spalding. 
Robertus Stephen. 
Jacobus Syme. 
Georgius Thomson. 
David Macrither Walker. 
Thomas White. 
Thomas Whitelaw. 
Joannes Williamson. 
Joannes Watson Wemyss. 



Ex classe Latina secunda Gulielmi Pyper Professoris. 

Gulielmus Vary Hunter. 



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Ex classe Graeca secunda Andreae Alexander Professoris. 

Mattheus Copland. 

Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 

Rodericus Lawson. 

Ex classe Physica Gulielmi Fischer Professoris. 

Daniel M'Corquodale. 

Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 

David Edie. 



1856-1857. 

Vigesimo nono die mensis Decembris 1856 recepti sunt in 
album Academiae Collegio Stae. Mariae Theologiae studiosi 
nomina subscribentes. 

Jacobus S. Forsyth. | James R. Souter. 

Decimo septimo die mensis Februarii 1857. 

• 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Joanne TuUoch, D.D., 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Praefecto et Univefsitatis Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Gulielmus Ballingall. 
Joannes Barclay. 
Jacobus Black. 
Jacobus A. Crichton. 
Alexander Crighton. 
Archibald Campbell Douglas. 
Gulielmus Duncan. 
Jacobus Ewan. 



Frederick Fair. 
David P. Fen wick. 
Carolus G. Forrester. 
Jacobus Robertson Grewar. 
Matthaeus Henry. 
Mattheus Howieson. 
Jacobus N. M'CuUoch. 
Josephus Miller. 



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[1856 



Joannes Prain. 
Thomas Sim. 
Joannes Sloan. 
Jacobus Thomson. 



Carolus K. Watt. 
Adamus Wilson. 
Gulielmus Walker. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 



James Annandale. 
Robertus Walker. 



Joannes R. Liddell. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 



Niel Ballingal. 
Andrew H. Ballingal. 
David Skirving. 
John Paterson. 



John Douglas. 

Jacobus Glover. 

David Thomson Glover. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 
Jacobus V. Wylie. | Daniel Turner. 



Decimo septimo die mensis Februarii 1857 recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Edvardus Caird. 
Petrus Galbraith. 
.Robertus Herbert Story. 
Joannis Johnstone. 



Robertus Walker Mackersy. 
Jacobus Smart. 
Jacobus Wilson. 



Vigesimo primo die mensis Martii. 
James S. Smith. | John M'Donald. 



1 857- 1 858. 

Decimo septimo die mensis Novembris 1857 receptus est 
in album Academiae CoUegio Stae. Mariae Theologiae 
studiosus nomen subscribens. 

Joannes Scott. 



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125 



Decimo sexto die mensis Febniarii 1858 recepti sunt in Col- 
legio Mariano Theologiae studiosi nomina subscribentes. 



Gulielmus Brodie. 
Joannes Gibson. 



Robert us Murray. 
Georgius Smith. 



Decimo sexto die mensis Februarii 1858. 

Nomina incorporatorum in CoUegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Gulielmo Brown, D.D., in Col- 
legio Stae. Mariae S. S. Theologiae Professore atque Uni- 
versitatis Rectore. 



Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Jacobus Allan. 
Guilielmus Allan. 
Georgius Blair. 
Archibaldus Connel. 
Gulielmus Calder. 
Alexander E. Colquhoun. 
Guilielmus Foggo. 
Josephus Hunter. 
Carolus D. Kay. 
Ephraim A. Kay. 
Jacobus Kibble. 



David Lindsay. 
Finlay MacGillivray. 
Jacobus S. MacGregor. 
Carolus Meldrum. 
Robertus A. C. Richard. 
Joannes Scott. 
Robertus Scott. 
Carolus Stewart. 
Joannes Gulielmus Taylor. 
Alexander Todd. 



Ex classe Graeca et Latina secunda Andreae Alexander 

Professoris. 

Johannes Maitland. 
Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 



Andrias Forrest. 
Gualterus H. Sidey. 



Arthur W. Walkinshaw. 
Jacobus R. Walkinshaw. 



Ex classe Physica Gulielmi L. F. Fischer Professoris. 

Alexander Hill Macnair. 



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[i8S7 



Ex classe Ethica* Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 
Hugo Stewart. | Gulielmus Adamson. 



Ex classe Chemica Arthuri Connell Professoris. 



Thos. Nimmo. 
Thos. Lawson. 
Robert Muirhead. 
James Balfour. 
David Robertson. 



Gulielmus Renny. 
Farquhar Carnie. 
Nicol M'Nicoll. 
Johannes Meldrum. 
Robertus Meldrum. 



1858-1859. 

Septimo die mensis Decembris 1858. 

Nomina incorporatorum in Collegio Sti. Salvatoris et Divi 
Leonardi coram Reverendo Domino Georgio Buist, D.D., 
in Collegio Stae. Mariae Historiae Ecclesiasticae et S. S. 
Theologiae Professore et Universitatis pro-Rectore. 

Ex classe Litterarum Graecarum et Humaniorum. 



Edmundus Armitage. 
Guilielimus Bonnar. 
Guilielmus Boyd. 
Guilielimus Black. 
Hector C. Cameron. 
Ludivicus Cameron. 
Thomas Cameron. 
Alexander Carmichael. 
Edwardus Day. 
Fredericus Johnston. 
Georgius Johnston. 
Archibaldus Kerr. 



Georgius M' Hardy. 
Petrus M'Gilchrist. 
Carolus M'Intosh. 
Alexander MacKay. 
Wauchope Paterson. 
Jacobus Porteous. 
Josephus Ramsay. 
David Reid. 
Joannes Robson. 
James S. Scotland. 
Guilielmus Sloan. 
Joannes Gulielmus Thomson. 



Ex classe Ethica Jacobi Ferrier Professoris. 

John B. Scott. 



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Ex classe Chemica. 



George R. Glover. 
Alexander Paterson. 



James Younger. 
William Wright. 



Ex classe Logica Gulielmi Spalding Professoris. 
Georgius Franciscus Mylne. | Gulielmus Henricus Haig. 

Ex classe Graeca secunda Andreae Alexander Professoris. 

Herbertus Mather. 

Decimo nono die mensis Januarii 1859 receptus est in album 
Academiae CoUegio Stae. Mariae Theologiae studio'sus nomen 
subscribens. 

Georgius Walker. 

Quinto die mensis Martii 1859 receptus est in album 
Academiae Collegio Stae, Mariae Theologiae studiosus 
nomen subscribens. 

Gulielmus Allan. 



1 859- 1 860. 



Vigesimo secundo die mensis Novembris 1859, 
Students of the First Year. 



Robertus Aikman. 
Robertus Eduardus Ander- 
son. 
Robert Burn. 
John Connel. 
Franciscus Crichton. 
Davidus B. Cruickshank.' 
Gulielmus Ewen. 



Robertus Geekie. 
Danielus Gunn. 
Jacobus Henderson. 
Thomas Henderson. 
Frederick Hunter. 
Davidus Imrie. 
Andrew Jameson. 
Robertus Jamieson. 



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[i8S9 



Thomas Johnstone. 
Joannes Keltie. 
Joannes R. Lyell. 
Joannes Macalister. 
Guliemus M'CuUoch. 
Eric M'Kay. 
Joannes S. Mackay. 
Robertas Millar. 
Jacobus Russell Middleton. 
Joannes A. Moniot. 
Charles Moon. 
Robertus Pryde. 



Jacobus Ramsay. 
Joannes Ramsay. 
Isaacus P. A. Renwick. 
Playford Reynolds. 
Joannes Robson. 
Georgius Sinclair. 
Joannes Rutherford. 
Jacob. Juv. Thirde. 
Thomas Trotter. 
Jacobus Younger. 
John Young. 
Stormont Watt. 



Mathematics and Logic. 



Robert TuUis. 
John A. Watt. 



H. Wood. 



Students of the Second Year. 



Gulielmus Black. 
Wauchope Paterson. 
Guilielmus Bonnar. 
Hector C. Cameron. 
Thomas Cameron. 
Alexander Carmichael. 
Edwardus Day. 
Robert Dick. 
Aw. James Duncan. 
Charles G. Forrester. 
Frederickus Johnston. 
Georgius Johnston. 



Archibald Kerr. 
George M*Hardy. 
Petrus M'Gilchrist. 
James Dewar. Junior Greek. 
Alexander MacKay. 
John Thomas Morgan. 
Josephus Ramsay. 
David Reid. 
Guilielmus C. T. Sloan. 
James Stuart. 
Matthew Howieson. 



Students of the Third Year. 



William Ballingall. 
Georgius Blair. 
William Fogo. 
Joseph Hunter. 



Gulielmus Henricus Haig. 
Carolus D. Kay. 
Jacobus Kibble. 
David Lindsay. 



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129 



Finlay MacGillivray. 
Herbertus Mather. 
Johannes Maitland. 
Robertus Scott. 
Joannes Scott. 
Carolus Stewart. 



James N. M'CuUoch. 
Alexander Todd. 
Archibaldus Connel. 
Charles Meldnim. 
William Bonthron. 



Students of the Fourth Year. 



Alexander Crighton. 
George Ross. 
WiUiam Walker. 
James R. Grewar. 
David P. Fenwick. 
Charles K. Watt. 
Thomas Finlayson. 
John Bain Scott. 
John R. Izatt. 



Josephus Miller. 

James Ewan. 

Matthew Henry. 

James A. Crichton. 

James Rutherford. 

Adam Wilson. 

Alexr. K. Bruce. Chemistry. 

Geo. M. Abbott. 



• Students of Divinity. 



Thomas Bell. 
Gulielmus Brodie. 
Joannes Brown. 
Joannes Boyd. 
David Campbell. 
Jacobus C. Gellie. 
Petrus Galbraith. 
Gulielmus Graham. 
Joannes Martin. 
Donald M'Corquodale. 
David McLaren. 
William Macfarlane. 
Petrus Pennycook. 
Jacobus Purdie. 
David Lochhead. 
Jacobus Robertson. 
Jacobus Robertson, Junior. 
Andreas Roy. 



Joannes S. Small. 
Georgius Smith. 
Jacobus Smith. 
Georgius Thomson. 
Alexander M. Trotter. 



Jas. R. Walkinshaw. Chem- 
istry. 

Joannes Birrell. Divinity. 

Robertus E. Curwen. 
Natural Philosophy. 

William Ross. Moral Phil- 
osophy. 

John Watt. Chemistry. 

James Thomson. Natural 
Philosophy. 

John C. Stewart. Divinity. 



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[1859 



Archibald Bell. Divinity. 

Walter Tho. Milton. 
Chemistry. 

W. F. Ireland. Chemistry. 

Robertas W. Mackersy. 
Divinity. 

Carolus Thomson. Chem- 
istry. 



Charles M'Intosh. Logic. 

Jacobus R. Souter. Divin- 
ity, occasional. 

Thomas Hain. Chemistry. 

James M'Naughten. Divin- 
ity, occasional. 

Jacobus Russell. Divinity, 
occasional. 



1860-1861. 



Vigesimo die mensis Novembris i860. 
Students of the First Year. 



Hunter Lindsay Adamson. 
Georgius C. Baxter. 
Georgius M. Bell. 
Gulielmus J. Blacklock. 
David Fenton Buick. 
James Butchart. 
Jacobus D. Connel. 
Jacobus Cook. 
Henry Cribbes. 
Sylvester Falconer Reid 

Deas. 
William Deane. 
James Dewar. 
Petrus Fergusson. 
Jacobus N. Forrest. 
David Imrie. 
Andrew R. Jolly. 
Jacobus Kean. 
Joannes Lorraine. 
G. B. Lunan. 
Joannes McGregor. 



William McGregor. 
Georgius G. Maclaren. 
Joannes MTherson. 
Gulielmus Martin. 
Joannes Mathewson. 
Alexr. M. Milne. 
George Morriss. 
David Munro. 
David Neish. 
Carolus Reid. 
James Ross. 
David Ross. 
Daniel Scrimgeour. 
Mackenzie Smeaton. 
Joannes Sturrock. 
Andreas Swinton. 
Gulielmus Troup. 
Gulielmus Wallace. 
Robert Watt. 
George Younger. 



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Students of the Second Year. 



Robertas Aikman. 
R. Eduardus Anderson. 
Joannes Connel. 
Carolus Johan. Pearson. 
David B. Cruickshank. 
William Ewen. 
Danielus Gunn. 
Jacobus Henderson. 
Thomas F. Henderson. 
Fredericus Hunter. 
Robert I. Jamieson. 
Joannes R. Lyell. 
WUliam M'CuUoch. 
Joannes S. Mackay. 
James R. Middleton. 
Charles Moon. 
James Moon. 
Robertus Pryde. 



Jacobus Ramsay. 
John S. Ramsay. 
Isaacus P. A. Renwick. 
Playfordius Reynolds. 
Christopher Smith. 
Lewis Pyper. 
David Reid. 
Edwardus F. Day. 
Robertus Millar. 
John Blair. 
William E. Brand. 
Thomas Trotter. 
James Y. Thirde. 
John A. Moniot. 
Robert Dick. 
Jacobus Younger. 
Archd. David Constable. 
Stormont Watt. 



Students of the Third Year. 



William A. Black. 
Hector C. Cameron. 
Thomas Cameron. 
Alexander Carmichael. 
Frederick Johnston. 
Georgius Johnston. 
P. M'GUchrist. 



Georgius M'Hardy. 
Charles M'Intosh. 
Wauchope Paterson. 
Josephus Ramsay. 
Jacobus Stuart. 
Robert Tullis. 



Students of the Fourth Year. 



Gulielmus Ballingall. 
Georgius Blair. 
Gulielmus Fogo. 
Josephus Hunter. 
Carolus D. Kay. 



David Lindsay. 
Finlay M*Gillivray. 
Alexander Macmaster. 
Robertus Scott. 
Carolus Stewart. 



132 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [i860 



Chemistry. 



Constantine Walkinshaw. 
Thomas George Tyzack, 
Jacobus Forgan. 
John Rankin. 
Henry Lamb. 
Robertus Bryson. 



Archibaldus Connel. Fourth 

Year. 
Joannes Scott. Fourth Year. 
Alexander Todd. Fourth Year. 
Alexander M. Wei wood. 

Chemistry. 



Students of Divinity. 



Archibald Bell. 
Gulielmus Bell. 
Thomas Bell. 
John Birrell. 
John Boyd. 
William Boyd. 
[William Brodie.] 
John Brown. 
James A. Crichton. 
James C. Gellie. 
David Lochhead. 
Donald M'Corquodale. 
David M'Laren. 
William Macfarlane. 
John Martin. 
Joseph Miller. 
James Nimmo. 
Peter Pennycook. 
James Purdie. 
James Robertson. 
George Ross. 
Andreas Roy. 
John S. Small. 
James Smith. 



James Thomson. 
Alex. M. Trotter. 
David Winter. 
Jacobus Roberts. 



John Stewart Falconar. 

Second Greek, etc. 
Guleimus Falconar. First 

Latin. 
Eric K. F. M'Kay. Second 

Year. 
Georgius Walker. Divinity. 
John C. Stewart. Divinity, 

occasional. 
James Christie. Divinity, 

occasional. 
Edwin Lovegrove. Anaton^. 
Robert Stephen. Divinity, 

occasional. 
Gulielmus Allan. Divinity, 

occasional. 
Lindesay Bell. Divinity, 

occasional. 



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1861-1862. 



Vigesimo sexto die mensis Novembris i86i. 
Students of the Second Year. 



Hunter Adamson. 
Georgius C. Baxter. 
David F. Buick. 
Jacobus Ogilvy. Chemistry. 
James Butchart. 
Sylvester Deas. 
James Dewar. 
Johan. Stewart Falconar. 
Petrus Fergusson. 
Alexander E. Henderson. 
David N. Imrie. 
Andreas R. Jolly. 
Andreas Lang. 
Georgius Bell Lunan. 
John Lorraine. 
John McGregor. 
William M'Gregor. 



Joannes M'Pherson. 
Gulielmus Martin. 
Joannes Mathewson. 
Alexander Milne. 
George Morriss. 
Ludovicus Mylne. 
David Neish. 
Robertus Pringle. 
Charles Reid. 
Daniel Scrimgeour. 
D. Mackenzie Smeaton. 
Andw. Swinton. 
Gulielmus Troup. 
William Wallace. 
George Younger. 
Donaldus MacKenzie. 



Students of the Third and Fourth Years. 



Robertus Aikman. 
Robertus Eduardus Ander- 
son. 
Gulielmus A. Black. 
Wm. Bonnar. 
Joannes Connel. 
Robert Dick. 
William P. Ewen. 
Danielus Gunn. 
James Henderson. 
Thomas F. Henderson. 



Joannes R. LyelL 
Joannes S. Mackay. 
Gulielmus M'Culloch. 
Eric K. F. M'Kay. 
James R. Middleton. 
Robert Pryde. 
Joannes S. Ramsay. 
Jacobus Ramsay. 
Christopherus Smith. 
James Y. Thirde. 
Stormont Wfitt. 



134 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1861 



Thomas Trotter. 

Thomas Cameron. Nat- 
ural Philosophy. 

David B. Cruickshank. 
Chemistry. 

Henry Cribbes. Rhetoric. 

Hector C. Cameron. 

Alexander Carmichael. 

Edwardus F. Day. 



Frederick Johnston. 
George Johnston. 
Peter M 'Gilchrist. 
George M*Hardy. 
Wauchope Paterson. 
David Reid. 
James Stuart. 
James Younger. 
Jacobus Robertson Grewar. 



Students of the First Year. 



Jacobus Anderson. 
James Aitken. 
John A. Birrell. 
James Brodie. 
Henricus Brown. 
James J. A. Black. 
Georgius Barclay. 
Robertus Cox. 
James Collier. 
David Carswell. 
Alexander Duncan. 
Archibald Davidson. 
James Findlay. 
John H. Finlayson. 
Joannis Ferrier. 
Gulielmus Gordon. 
Robert Gardner. 
Robert Gentle. 
Carolus Goodall. 
Andrew Gourlay. 
Alfred J. Honey. 
Thomas Johnston. 
John Ireland. 
Robert Johnston. 
Alexander R. Irvine. 
Jacobus Kean. 



James Lindsay. 
Peter Livingston. 
John Macfarlan. 
Alex. Morrison. 
Lindsay Mackie. 
Wm. Murray. 
Alexander M 'Donald. 
Gulielmus M'Gregor. 
Joannes Menzies. 
Jacobus Neaves. 
A. Greig Pye. 
Alexander Pirie. 
George Park. 
David Neish. 
John Ritchie. 
Alex. Robertson. 
Archd. Reid. 
Joannes Rutherford. 
Charles Rodger. 
Henricus Richardson. 
Jacobus Paterson. 
David Younger. 
John Sime. 
George Stephen. 
Robertus M. H. Smith. 
Alexander Scott. 




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135 



William W. TuUoch. 
Constantine Walkinshaw. 
William Walkinshaw. 



John Walker. 
Charles K. Watt 
James W. Wylie, 



Students of Divinity. 



William Allan. 
Archibald Bell. 
John Birrell. 
Gulielmus Bonthron. 
William Boyd. 
John Brown. 
James A. Crichton. 
William Fogo. 
Jacobus C. Gellie. 
Joseph Hunter. 
David Lochhead. 
William Macfarlane. 
John Martin. 
Joseph Miller. 
Peter Pennycook. 
Jacobus Roberts. 
James Robertson. 
George Ross. 
Andrew Roy. 
Robert Scott. 



John S. Small. 
Robert Stephen. 
James Thomson. 
Alexander Todd. 
Alexander Macky Trotter. 
David Winter. 



Joannes Scott. Rhetoric. 
Robert Millar. Rhetoric. 
Georgius Walker. Divinity. 
Alexander Crerar. Divinity. 
Alexr. Crombie. Chemistry 

and Anatomy. 
Walter Wilson. Chemistry. 
Jacobus Douglas. Divinity, 

occasional. 
David Lindsay. Divinity, 

occasional. 
Alexander Ross. Chemistry. 



1862-1863. 



Students of the First Year. 



Elizabeth Garrett. Ana- 
tomy, etc. 
Alexander B. Watt. 
Hugo Campbell. 
Wm. M. Robertson. 
Gulielmus R Laing. Rhetoric. 



Ewan Cameron. 
Thomas Reid. 
Duncan Campbell. 
Andrew Jameson. 
Henricus Cook. 
Gulielmus S. Cooper. 



136 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1862 



Alexander Low. 

Alexander Jacobus Ireland. 

Georgius Whyte. 

David Miller. 

Jacobus Black. 

Johannis Thomson. 

Jacobus Watt. 

Hugo Elder. Moral Phil- 

osophy. 
Joannes Gordon. 
Thos. H. Gibson. 
Robertus Menzies. 
Gulielmus Calder. 
Alexander J. Christie. 
Jacobus Nicoll. 
Robertus Robertson. 
Andreas Pringle Hogarth. 
David Brown Spence. 
Georgius Smith. 
Gulielmus W. TuUoch. 
Gulielmus Colville. 
Georgius Haddo, Dominus, 
Gulielmus Mitchell. 
Gulielmus Bruce. 
Gulielmus M. Falconer. 
Edwardus Balfour Ogilvy. 
Allan Menzies. 



Gulielmus Goldie. 

Joannis Peebles. 

Robert Munro. 

Robert Smeaton. 

George T. Chiene. Senior 
Greek and Latin. 

Robertus Dove. 

Joannes Stewart. 

Gulielmus Burns. 

Lome. 

Archibald Campbell, Dom- 
inus. 

Georgius Hodgson Middle- 
ton. 

Jacobus Dick. 

Hugo Veitch Haig. 

Georgius Waters. 

Joannes Lyal Ewing. 

Robertus J. Orr Moore. 
Second Latin and Logic. 

Alexander Watson Wemyss. 

David Robertson. Logic and 
Mathematics. 

Carolus C. Glass. 

Allan Robertson. Logic. 

Jacobus Hunter. Rhetoric. 

Patricius Thoms. Chemistry. 



Students of the Second Year. 



Guilelimus Murray. 
Joannes Sime. 
Alexander Robertson. 
James Lindsay. 
Alexander Pirie. 
Thos. Johnston. 
Alexander Greig Pye. 
Carolus Goodall. 



Alexander Duncan. 
Lindsay Mackie. 
Jacobus R. Findlay. 
Jacobus Collier. 
Archibaldus Reid. 
Robertus Gentle. 
Petrus Livingston. 
Guilelimus Gordon. 



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Alfredus Jacobus Honey. 
Joannes Ritchie. 
John A. Birrell. 
A. T. Davidson. 
Robertus Cox. 
Jacobus Paterson. 
Joannes Macfarlan. 
Robertus M. H. Smith. 
Jacobus Brodie. 
Davidus Neish. 
Jacobus Anderson. 
Georgi Park. 
Andrew Gourlay. 



Jacobus Wylie. 
Georgius Stephen. 
Alexander Scott. 
Alexander McDonald. 
Joannes Menzies. 
Robertus M. Gardner. 
Andreas Lang. 
W. M'Gregor, Dundee, 
Alexander R. Irvine. 
Joannes Ferrier. 
Joannes Ireland. 
Alex. Morrison. 
Jacobus Kean. 



Students of the Third Year. 



George Morriss. 
William Wallace. 
Daniel Scrimgeour. 
David F. Buick. 
George Bell Lunan. 
Alexander E. Henderson. 
Alexander Milne. 
George C. Baxter. 
Joannis Mathewson. 
Joannes M'Pherson. 
Georgius Younger. 
Jacobus Butchart. 
Joannes Lorraine. 



Andreas R. Jolly. 
Donaldus Mackenzie 

Smeaton. 
Gulielmus Troup. 
David N. Imrie. 
Joannes M'Gregor. 
Gulielmus Martin. 
Gulielmus McGregor. 
Hunter L. Adamson. 
Charles Reid. 
Robertus Millar. 
Andreas Swinton. 



Students of the 

Gulielmus P. Ewen. 
Joannes S. Mackay. 
Robertus Aikman. 
Joannes Stewart Falconar. 
Joannes Scott Ramsay. 
Jacobus Ramsay. 
Jacobus Henderson. 



Fourth Year. 

Stormont Watt. 
Joannes Connel. 
Archibaldus B. Connel. 
Thomas F. Henderson. 
Robert Pryde. 
Jacobus Russell Middleton« 
Robertus Dick. 



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[1863 



Johannes R. Lyell. 
Gulielimus M'Culloch. 
Robertus Eduardus Ander- 
son. 
Jacobus Y. Thirde. 



Danielus Gunn. 
Thomas A. Cameron. 
Jacobus Dewar. 
Eric K. F. M'Kay. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Wauchope Paterson. 
Petrus M 'Gilchrist. 
George Johnston. 
Georgius Walker. 
Alexander Gray. 
Alexander Carmichael. 
Alexander Jacobus Mac- 
Master. 
David P. Fenwick. 
David Winter. 
Robertus Scott. 
Benjamin Strachan. 
Jacobus C. Gellie. 
Gulielmus Boyd. 
Georgius Ross. 
Robertus Stephen. 
Gulielmus Allan. 
Josephus Hunter. 
Jacobus A. Crichton. 
Josephus Miller. 



Alexander Todd. 
Joannes S. Small. 
Jacobus Thomson. 
Gulielmus Bonthron. 
James Douglas. 
Gulielmus Fogo. 
Jacobus Roberts. 
Alexander Crerar. 
Thomas Cannan Newall. 

Occasional. 
Alexander M * Kay Trotter. 

OccasionaL 
David Lochhead. Occasional. 
Jas. Purdie. Occasional. 
Carolus K. Watt. Occasional. 
Andrew MacKay. Occasional. 
Joannes M. Robertson. 

Occasional. 
David Lindsay. 



1863- 1864. 



Students of the First Year. 



Joannes Skeoch Cleland. 
Jacobus Lawson Anderson. 
Archibaldus Henderson. 
Joannes Eraser. 



Russell Bell. 
Josephus Brown. 
John A. Gordon. 
Hugo Mackay. 




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Carolus C. Ross. 
Robertus Ross. 
Gulielmus Lyall. 
Jacobus Mitchell. 
John Geddes. Moral Phil- 
osophy and Mathematics. 
Robertus T. Hamilton. 
Robertus Ewing. 
Jacobus C. Thomson. 
Loudoun M 'Lean. Chemistry. 
Robertus M'Intosh. 
Jacobus G. Maitland. 
Cosmo Romilly. 
Thomas Bayne. 
Robert Craig. 
Archibald Goldie. 
John William Jackson. 
Thomas W. Bonnar. 
Joannes Bell. 
Joannes Thomson. 
Robertus Grant. 
Andrew B. Morrison. 
Jacobus Colville. Logic. 



Joannes F. Macnair. 

Joannes Leitch. 

Francis Ford Freeman. 

Jacobus Gordon. 

Edmundus Robertson. 

Edwin S. Mitchell Innes. 

Jacobus Collier. 

Johannes Gordon. . 

Augustus Henricus Colville. 

George Francis Mitchell 
Innes. 

Wm. Campbell. 

Alexander Stuart. 

William K. Bruce. Chem- 
istry. 

Henricus Coubrough. 

David Burn. 

Fred. R. Goddard. 

Robert Munro. 

James W. Ferrier. 

Adamus Macpherson. Chem- 
istry. 

Johannes Thirkill. Rhetoric. 



Students of the Second Year. 



Carolus C. Glass. 
Gulielmus A. Mitchell. 
Georgius B. Lunan. 
Hugo Campbell. 
Alexander B. Watt. 
Joannes Peebles. 
Duncan Campbell. 
Gulielmus M. Falconer. 
Ewan Cameron. 
Jacobus NicoU. 
Georgius H. Middleton. 
Gulielmus Burns. 



Joannes Stewart. 
Andreas P. Hogarth. 
David Brown Spence. 
Henry Cook. 
Gulielmus S. Cooper. Third 

Greek. 
Edwardus Ogilvy. 
Georgius Smith. 
Andreas Jameson. 
Allanus Menzies. Natural 

Philosophy. 
Gulielmus M. Robertson. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1863 



Gulielmus Bruce. 
Gulielmus Goldie. 
Gulielmus Colville. 
Georgius White. 
Alexander W. Wemyss. 
A. J. Ireland. 
Joannis Ewing. 
Alexander Low. 



Robert us Robertson. 
David Ross. 
Davidis Miller. 
Gulielmus Dundas Scott. 
Davidis Robertson. 
Robertus Smeaton. 
Patricius Thorns. 
Alexander J. Christie. 



Studiosi Tertii Anni. 



Alfredus Jacobus Honey. 
Alexander Robertson. 
Alexander Greig Pye. 
Archibaldus Reid. 
Jacobus Lindsay. 
Lindsay Mackie. 
Thos. B. Johnston. 
Jacobus Collier. 
Carolus Goodall. 
Alexander R. Irvine. 
Alexander Duncan. 
George Stephen. 
Joannes Ritchie. 
Gulielmus M'Gregor. 
Jacobus Anderson. 
Alexander Pirie. 



Joannes Alex. Ireland. 
Georgius Park. 
Alexander M'Donald.^ 
Guilelimus Murray. 
Jacobus Brodie. 
Alexander Scott. 
Alexander E. Henderson, 
Robertus Cox. 
Robertus M. H. Smith. 
Robert M. Gardner. 
Jacobus Kean. 
Robertus J. Orr Moore. 
Joannes Menzies. 
Andrew Gourlay. 
Joannes Adam Birrell. 



Studiosi Quarti Anni. 



Joannes M*Pherson. 
Daniel Scrimgeour. 
James Butchart. 
Georgius Younger. 
David F. Buick. 
Jacobus Henderson. 
Georgius C. Baxter. 
Gulielmus Wallace. 



George Morriss. 
Alexander Milne. 
John B. Lorraine. 
Carolus Reid. 
Carolus G. Forrester. 
Johannes Stewart Falconar. 
Joannes Mathewson. 
Gulielmus Martin. 



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Thomas F. Henderson. 
David N. Imrie. 
James Younger. Anatomy^ 
Joannes M'Gregor. 
Gulielmus Troup. 



Robertus Aikman. 
Joannes Prain. 
Andrew Swinton. 
Donaldus M. Smeaton. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Jacobus Ffrench. 
Carolus D. Kay. 
Thomas Cannan Newall. 
Joseph Miller. 
Robertus Scott. 
Alexander Gray. 
Josephus Hunter. 
David P. Fenwick. 
Petrus M 'Gilchrist. 
Alexr. Jacobus MacMaster. 
Alexander Carmichael. 
George Johnston. 
Alexander M. Trotter. Oc- 

casional. 
Fredericus Johnston. 



Robertus Pryde. 

Gulielmus Bonthron. 

Gulielmus Fogo. 

Jacobus A. Crichton. . 

Robertus Stephen. 

Carolus K. Watt. 

Wauchope Paterson. 

Alexander Todd. 

Thomas Gentles. Occasional. 
Withdrew, 

Georgius Ross. 

Alexander Crerar. Occasion- 
al^ ^th February. 

Georgius Thom. Occasional, 
16^ March. 



1864- 1865. 



Studiosi Primi Anni. 



Franciscus Robertus Japp. 
Hugo M'Calman. 
Gulielmus A. Kyd. 
Robertus Hutcheson. 
Georgius Forbes. 
Alexr. Gilruth. 
Joannes M'Laren. 
Edmundus Forbes. 
David Lundie. 



Alexander Stewart. 
David R. Robertson. 
Eliott M. Bell. 
Gulielmus Orr Ewing. 
Andreas Chapman. 
Gulielmus Thomas John- 
stone. 
Alexander Duncan. 
Jacobus B. Henderson. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1864 



A. C. Alexander. 
Henricus B. Neave. 
Robert Main Wilson. 
T. G. Salmon. 
Donaldus Stewart. 
Jacobus Readman. 
Robertas Hope Moncriefif. 
Jacobus A. H. Caird. 
Fulton M. Smith. 
Andreas Mackie. 
Robertus Peattie. 
Georgius Low. 
Leslie Smith. 
Johannes Masson. 
Jacobus R. Torry. 
Robertus Armstrong. 
Georgius Crichton. 
Joannes Cook. 



Edwin Wallace. 
Thomas Constable. 
David Stevenson. 
Gulielmus Macintosh. 
Jacobus Reid. 
Alexander T. Watson. 
Alexander R. Stewart. 
Robertus Jackson. 
Joannes Robertson. 
Robertus Menzies. 
Joannes Moravius Dunlop. 
Joannes Jamieson. 
Dominus Gualterus Camp- 
bell. 
Georgius B. Carr. 
Georgius J. Birrell. 
Jacobus M'Laren. 



Studiosi Secundi Anni. 



Josephus Brown. 
Jacobus Collier. 
Edmundus Robertson. 
Robertus Ross. 
Robertus Ewing. 
Jacobus J. A. Black. 
Hugo MacKay. 
Jacobus Gibsonius Maitland. 
Jacobus Lawson Anderson. 
Robertus Munro. 
Russell Bell. 
Alexander Stuart. 
Robertus M*Intosh. 
Jacobus Mitchell. 
Joannes Bell. 
Carolus C. Ross. 
Archibaldus Goldie. 



Edwin S. Mitchell Innes. 
Joannes Guliemus Jackson. 
Cosmo Romilly. 
David Boyce Burn. 
Joannes Stewart Falconar. 
Gulielmus Lyall. 
Franciscus F. Freeman. 
Thomas Bayne. 
Robertus Grant. 
Andrew B. Morrison. 
Johannes C. Gordon. 
Jacobus Gordon. 
Loudoun F. M'Lean. 
Johannes Leitch. 
Gulielmus Weir TuUoch. 
Johannes Eraser. 
Archibaldus Henderson. 



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Studiosi Tertii Anni. 



Alexander Barclay Watt. 
Hugh Campbell. 
Andreas Jameson. 
Andreas P. Hogarth. 
William Burns. 
Gulielmus M. Falconer. 
Joannes Peebles. 
David B. Spence. 
Gulielmus A. Mitchell. 
Georgius White. 
Joannes A. Gordon. 
Alexander James Ireland. 
Henry Cook. 



Gulielmus Cooper. 
Duncan Campbell. 
David Ross. 
Robertus Robertson. 
Alexander Robertson. 
Alexander J. Christie. 
Jacobus Nichol. 
Gulielmus M. Robertson. 
Georgius H. Middleton. 
Gulielmus Bruce. 
Georgius Smith. 
Robertus Smeaton. 
David Robertson. 



Studiosi Quarti Anni. 



Alexander Pirie. 
Alexander Robertson. 
Alexander R. Irvine. 
Alfredus Jas. Honey. 
Thomas B. Johnston. 
Jacobus Lindsay. 
John Ritchie. 
Gulielmus M'Gregor. 
Robertus M. H. Smith. 
Carolus Goodall. 
Jacobus Brodie. 
Georgius B. Lunan. 
Lindsay Mackie. 
Archibaldus Reid. 
Jacobus Collier. 



Joannes Menzies. 
Alexander Greig Pye. 
Robertus Cox. 
Johannes Adam Birrell. 
Alexander Duncan. 
Georgius Stephen. 
Alexander Scott. 
Gulielmus Murray. 
John Alex. Ireland. 
Jacobus Kean. 
Donaldus Mackenzie 

Smeaton. 
Jacobus Butchart. 
Thomas A. Cameron. 



Wauchope Paterson. 
Daniel Scrimgeour. 
David P. Fenwick. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 

Robertus Scott. 
Joseph Hunter. 
Alexander J. MacMaster. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1864 



Alexander Carmichael. 
Petrus M'Gilchrist. 
George Morriss. 
David F. Buick. 
George Johnston. 
Carolus K. Watt. 
Gulielmus Boyd. 
Alexander Gray. 
Fred. Johnston. 
John G. M'Pherson. 
Robertus Pryde. 



Gulielmus Fogo. 
Alexander Guthrie. 
Jacobus Ffrench. 
Joannes Prain. 
Alexander Todd. 
Thomas C. Newall. 
Carolus G. Forrester. 
Gulielmus Bonthron. 
Benjamin Strachan. 
Gulielmus Troup. 



1865- 1866. 



Studiosi Primi Anni. 



Gulielmus B. Miller, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Collier, Monifieth, 
Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus T. Husband, Ber- 
wick-on-Tweed, Northum- 
briensis. 

Gulielmus Duff, Logierait, 
Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Cunningham, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Cunningham, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Thoma Bell, Dundee, An- 
gusiensis. 

Gulielmus Jameson, Moni- 
fieth, Angusiensis. 

Henricus Cook, Edinburgh, 
Edinensis. 

Thomas Alexander Gibsone 



Thomson, Edinburgh, 

Edinensis. 

Edvinus C. Ross, Cocos 
Island, East India. 

Frankus Abbott, Hyderabad, 
India. 

Samuel Fairtlough, Stanwix, 
Cumbriensis. 

Patricius Keir, Candy, Cey- 
lon. 

Robertus K. Moncrieff, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Johannes F. Ewing, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Petrus Webster, Largoward, 
Fifensis. 

Edouardus A. Baxter, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Donaldus Grant, Abernethy, 
Invernessiensis. 



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145 



Carolus C. Bethune, Strea- 
tham, Surriensis. 

Georgius C. Wylie, St Cuth- 
bert'Sy Edinensis. 

Thoma Maitland, St Cuth- 
bert's, Edinensis. 

Robertus Young, Burnt- 
island, Fifensi& 

Henricus Stevens, Calcutta, 
Bengal. 

Joannes Jacobus Cowan, 
Torquay, Devon. 

Dalzielus Pearson, St 
George's, Edinensis. 

Finlay Graham, Fearn, Ross- 
iensis. 

Petrus M'Kenzie, Dull, 
Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Young, Leslie, 
Fifensis. 

Georgius A. Esson,St Mary's, 
Edinensis. 

David C. Robb, Blairgowrie, 
Perthensis. 

Henricus G. Shepherd, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Fisher, Perth, Perth- 
ensis. 

Fredericus C. Halkett, Fut- 
teghur, India. 

Jacobus Park, Sorn, Ayrensis. 

Joannes Adamson Honey, 
Inchture, Perthensis. 



Thomas Collier, Arbirlot, 
Angusiensis. 

Georgius J. Birrell, Ceres, 
Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Y. Davidson, Jed- 
burgh, [Roxburgh.] 

Jacobus Thoms, Long For- 
gen, Perthensis. 

Joannes Fortune, Kilrenny, 
Fifensis. 

David Moir, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Innes, Cupar, Fif- 
ensis. 

Gulielmus Home, Dunferm- 
line, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Campbell Joannes 
Brodie, Auldearn, Moravi- 
ensis. 

Georgius Mne^s Gunn, Inver- 
nessiensis, Invernessiensis. 

Georgius Wishart Gairdner, 
Barrackpore, India, E. 

Thomas Surtees Raine, Gain- 
ford, Durham. 

Gulielmus Lindsay, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

David Bruce, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

Andreas J. M'Intyre, Strath- 
miglo, Fifensis. 

Andreas Gillespie, Kinghorn, 
I Fifensis. 



Studiosi Secundi Anni. 
David Lundie, Crathie, Aber- Thomas C. Reid, Kinnoull, 



donensis. 



Perthensis. 



K 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[186s 



Joannes R. M'Laren, Kin- 
noull, Pertbensis. 

A. C. Alexander, Liff and 
Benvie, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus M'Intosh, Cupar- 
Fife, Fifensis. 

Franciscus Robertus Japp, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Crichton, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Robertus H. Moncrieflf, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

David Rae Robertson, 
Lethendy, Perthensis. 

Joannes Masson, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Andreas Chapman, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Alexander T. Watson, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus T. Johnstone, Cal- 
cutta, Bengal. 

Alexander Duncan, Kil- 
conquhar, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Reid, Old Kil- 
patrick, Dumbarton. 

Georgius Low, Dunse, Ber- 
wick. 

Alexander Stewart, Liver- 
pool, Lancastrensis. 

Joannes Robertson, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Gulielmus A. Kyd, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Donaldus Stewart, .Fortin- 
gall, Perthensis. 

Joannes Watters, Galashiels, 
Selkirk. 



G. Leslie Smith, St Cuth- 
bert's, Edinensis. 

Gulielmus Orr Ewing, Bon- 
hill, Dumbarton. 

Hugh M 'Caiman, Latheron, 
Caithenses. 

Gualterius Campbell, Inver- 
aray, Argyllensis. 

Joannes M. Dunlop, St 
George's, Edinensis. 

Joannes Guthrie, Scone, 
Perthensis. 

Georgius Hunsworth, Hali- 
fax, Eboracensis. 

Andreas Mackie, Elgin, 
Moraviensis. 

Edwin Wallace, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Thomas G. Salmon, Glas- 
gow, Glasgowensus. 

Alexander R. Stewart, Perth, 
Perthinensis. 

Joanness Jamieson, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Armstrong, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Georgius Forbes, St Cuth- 
bert's, Edinensis. 

Jacobus R. Torry, Coupar- 
Angus, Perthensis. 

Robertus Peattie, Kirkcaldy, 
Fifensis. 

Thomas Marr, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

David Stevenson, Beith, 
Ayrensis. 

Robertus Menzies, Weem, 
Perthensis. 



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Studiosi Tertii Anni. 



Robertus Ewing, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus Ross, Crieff, Perth- 

ensis. 
Joannes Bell, Annan, Dum- 
friesshire. 
Jacobus Mitchell, Mains, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus Grant, Abemethy, 

Moraviensis. 
Thomas Constable, Currie, 

Edinensis. 
Edmundus Robertson, Kin- 

naird, Perthensis. 
Archibaldus Goldie, West 

Anstruther, Fifensis. 
Archibaldus Henderson, 

Cameron, Fifensis. 
Joannes Eraser, Calcutta, 

Bengal. 
Franciscus F. Freeman, 

Stoke, Devoniensis. 
Josephus Brown, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 

Andreas B. Morrison, 



Gulielmus Lyall, Logie, 
Fifensis. 

Thomas Bayne, Cameron, 
Fifensis- 

Russell Bell, Liff and Benvie, 
' Angusiensis. 

Joannes C. Gordon, Methlic, 
Aberdonensis. 

Jacobus Collier, Dunferm- 
line, Fifeshire. 

Robertus Munro, Dull, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus J. A. Black, Dun- 
fermline, Fifeshire. 

Gulielmus Weir TuUoch, 
Saint Andrews, Fifenses. 

Robertus M*Intosh, Dundee, 
Angusiensus. 

David Robertson, Markinch, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Leitch, Monimail, 
Fifensis. 

Carolus C. Ross, Cocos 
Island, East India. 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 



Studiosi Quarti Anni. 



Georgius H. Middleton, 

Strathmiglo, Fifensis. 
Alexander B. Watt, Foveran, 

Aberdonensis. 
Henricus Cook, St Stephen's, 

Edindensis. 
Gulielmus M. Falconer, Ferry- 

Port-on-Craig, Fifensis. 



Hugh Campbell, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
David Ross, Perth, Perth- 

ensis. 
Joannes Peebles, Weem, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Stewartus Falconar, 

Kirkliston, Linlithgovensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1865 



Jacobus NicoU, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Duncanus Campbell, For- 

tingally Perthensis. 
Alexander J- Christie, Ferry- 

Port-on-Craig, Fifensis. 
Georgius White, Eassie, 

Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Bruce, Brechin, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus Robertson, Auch- 

tergaven, Perthensis. 
Andreas P. Hogarth, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 



Alexander Pirie, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes A. Gordon, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alexander R. Irvine, Blair 

Athole, Perthensis. 
David B. Spence, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus Smeaton, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alex. Milne, Lunan, Angusi- 
ensis. 
Georgius Smith, Anstruther, 

Fifensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



David P. Fenwick, Tibber- 

muir, Perthensis. 
Daniel Scrimgeour, Methven, 

Perthensis. 
Georgius B. Lunan, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Robertus Pryde, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Alexander Carmichael, 

Weem, Perthensis. 
Joannes Ritchie, Longfor- 

gan, Perthensis. 
Alexander Robertson, Meth- 
ven, Perthensis. 
Wauchopus Paterson, 

Scoonie, Fifensis. 
Carolus Goodall, Cameron, 

Fifensis. 
Fredericus Johnston, Bal- 

merino, Fifensis. 



Joannes Gordon M'Pherson, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Kean, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Troup, Pitsligo, 

Aberdonensis. 
Carolus Kinnear Watt, 

Monifieth, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Ffrenche, Crawford- 

john, Lanark. 
Petrus M* Gilchrist, Little 

Dunkeld, Perthensis. 
Joannes Menzies, Weem, 

Perthensis. 
Georgius Stephen, Monifieth, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes A. Ireland, Edin- 

ensis. 
Georgius Johnston, Bal- 

merino, Fifensis. 



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Carolus G. Forrester, 

LeucharSy Fifeshire. 
Georgius Morriss, Saline, 

Fifensis. 
Alfred Jacobus Honey, Inch- 

ture, Perthensis. 
Joannes Adam Birrell, Ceres, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Prain, Inchture, 

Perthensis. 
Alexander Todd, Logie, 

Fifensis. 



Jacobus Butcbart, Monifieth, 
Angusiensis. 

David F. Buick, Camock, 
Fifensis. 

Alexander Gray, Old Monk- 
land, Lanarkshire. 

Thomas A. Cameron, Kirk- 
michael, Banffiensis. 

Alexander Guthrie, Arngask, 
Kinross-shire. 

Lindsay Bell, Forgandenny, 
Perthensis. 



1866- 1867. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Jacobus Hunter, Methven, 

Perthensis. 
Jacobus L. H. Forrester, 

Methven, Perthensis. 
Andreas Dunn, St Monance, 

Fifensis. 
Henricus J. C. M'Intosh, 

Kirkmichael, Banffiensis. 
Didymus Young, Galashiels, 

Selkirk. 
Joannes H. Oatts, Calcutta, 

India. 
David Wallace, Dunino, 

Fifensis. 
Robertus H. Hill, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Adam, Liff, Angusi- 
ensis. 
Jacobus Butchart, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 



Joannes S. Ewen, Hopekirk, 
Roxburgh. 

Claudius C. Carnegie, St 
Vigeans, Angusiensis. 

Ernest Udny, Boulogne s/M, 
France. 

Joannes A. Black, Cupar- 
Fife, Fife. 

Carolus Jacobus Watt, Fov- 
eran, Aberdonensis. 

Joannes Young, Carnbee, 
Fifensis. 

Andreas Manley Archibald, 
Liff and Ben vie, Angusiensis. 

Patricius Watson, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Henricus A. G. Stiven, Ben- 
gal, India. 

David S. Luke, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1866 



Georgeius Gordon, Monie- 

fiethy Angusiensis. 
Georgius Walker, Leuchars, 

Fifensis. 
Georgius Ogilvie, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Georgius R. Gillespie, St 

Andrew's, Edinensis. 
Jacobus Aitken, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Georgius T. Dodds, Lifif and 

Benvie, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Forgan, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Dick, Tweedsmuir. 
Jacobus M. Reekie, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Johannes M'Diarmid, For- 

tingall, Perthensis. 
Alexander R. Gibson, Fowlis, 

Perthensis. 
Thomson Whyte, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Robertus Lindsay, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Balsillie, Kirkcaldy, 

Fifensis. 
Arthurus Wills, Westbury, 

Glevumensis. 
Fredericus C. Halkett, Fut- 

tehghur, India. 
Joannes S. Robertson, Kin- 

naird, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Rutherford, Jed- 
burgh, Roxburgh. 
Arthurus Carnie, Port of 

Menteith, Perthensis. 
Alexander Ramsay, Criefif, 

Perthensis. 



Ebenezer A. Carswell, Kil- 

many, Fifensis. 
Petrus R. Baimsfather, 

Rescobie, Angusiensis. 
Thoma E, Ivens, St Michael's, 

Azores, Portugal. 
Alexander Simpson, Auchter- 

arder, Perthensis. 
Alexander Menzies, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Patricius Murray, St Cuth- 

bert's, Edinensis. 
Joannes M'Ewen, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 
Robertus H. Traill, Rousay, 

Orkney. 
Gulielmus Playfair, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Carolus Morrison, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Kean, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Carolus B. Tivendale, Singa- 
pore, India. 
Jacobus B. Mackay, Kinloch- 

bervie. 
Gulielmus M. Smeaton, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Edvardus J. F. Wood, Bhan- 

gulpoor, India. 
David S. Barclay, Aberdeen, 

Aberdonensis. 
Carolus M. Ochterlony, Bar- 

onettus, Rescobie, Angus- 
iensis. 
Wallace C. Houstoun, 

Haddington. 
Alexander C. Ochter Lonie, 

Kinghom, Fifensis. 



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Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Gulielmus Home, Dunferm- 
line, Fifensis. 

Henricus G. Shepherd, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Duff, Logierait, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus Thoms, Longforgon, 
Perthencis. 

Petrus Webster, Kilconquhar, 
Fifensis. 

Jacobus Cunningham, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Edvardus A. Baxter, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes A. Honey, Inchture, 
Perthensis. 

Joannes F. Ewing, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus B. Young, Leslie, 
Fifensis. 

Jacobus Fisher, Perth, Perth- 
ensis. 

David C. Robb, Blairgowrie, 
Perthensis. 

Robertus K. Moncrieff, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Donaldus Grant, Abernethy, 
Invemessiensis. 

Andreas Gillespie, Kinghorn, 
Fifensis. 



Thoma Maitland, St Cuth- 

bert's, Edinensis. 
Thomas Surtees Raine, 

Kencot, Oxonensis. 
R. W. Young,. Burntisland, 

Fifensis. 
Henricus Cook, Edinensis. 
Finlay Graham, Fearn, Ross- 

iensis. 
Gulielmus B. Miller, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Georgius iEneas Gunn, 

Inverness, Invemessiensis. 
Jacobus C. J. Brodie, Auld- 
earn, Moraviensis. 
David Bruce, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus Park, Sorn, Ayrensis. 
Joannes Fortune, Kilrenny, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Guthrie, Scone, 

Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Y. Davidson, Jed- 
burgh, Roxburghshire. 
Josephus Gordon Stuart, 

Markinch, Fifeshire. 
Georgius Johnstone Birrell, 

Ceres, Fifiensis. 
Carolus C. Bethune, 

^treatham, Surriensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



David Miller, Galashiels, 

Selkirk. 
Franciscus Robertus Japp, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 



Alexander Duncan, Kil- 
conquhar, Fifensis. 

David Stevenson, Beith, 
Ayrensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1866 



Alexander Stewart, Liverpool, 

Lancastrensis. 
Donaldus Stewart, Fortingal, 

Perthensis. 
Andreas Chapman, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Alexander C. Alexander, Lifif 

and Benvie, Angus- 
iensis. 
Alexander T. Watson, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes R. M*Laren, Kin- 

noull, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus M*Intosh, Duiri- 

nish. Isle of Skye. 
Joannes Masson, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Gul. Orr Ewing, Killearh. 
David Lundie, Kirkmichael, 

Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Anderson Kyd, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Henricus Bremner Neave, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus R. Torry, Coupar- 

Angus, Perthensis. 
Andreas Mackie, Elgin, 

Moraviensis. 



Edwin Wallace, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Robertus Armstrong, Edin- 
burgh, Edinensis. 
Georgius Crichton, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
David R. Robertson, 

Lethendy, Perthensis. 
Robertus Peattie, Kirkcaldy, 

Fifensis. 
Thoma G. Salmon, City 

Parish, Glasgoensus. 
Hugh M 'Caiman, Latheron, 

Caithness. 
Gulielmus Johnstone, Cal* 

cutta, India. 
Thomas C. Marr, Montrose, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes M. Dunlop, St 

George's, Edinensis. 
Robertus Menzies, Rannoch, 

Perthensis. 
Thomas C. Reid, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Georgius Forbes, St Cuth- 

bert's, Edinensis. 
G. Leslie Smith, St Cuth- 

bert's, Edinensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Gulielmus A. Mitchell, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Archibaldus Henderson, 

Cameron, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Mitchell, Tannadice, 

' Angusiensis. 



Edmundus Robertson, Kin- 
naird, Perthensis. 

Joannes Bell, Kirkpatrick 
Fleming, Dumfriesiensis. 

Robertus Grant, Abemethy, 
Moraviensis. 




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153 



Gulielmus Lyall, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Johannes Fraser, Calcutta, 

Bengal. 
Jacobus Collier, Dunfermline, 

Fifensis. 
Thomas Bayne, Cameron, 

Fifensis. 
Josephus Brown, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus Munro, Dull, 

Perthensis. 

Robertus M'Intosh, 



Archibaldus Goldie, West 
Anstruther, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Weir Tulloch, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes Peebles, Weem, 
Perthensis. 

Robertus Ross, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Jas. J. A. Black, Dunferm- 
line, Fifensis. 

Andreas B. Morrison, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Jacobus Lindsay, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Butchart, Monifieth, 

Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Nicoll, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes Stewartus Falconar> 

Kirkliston, Linlithgovi- 

ensis. 
Duncanus Campbell, Fort- 

ingal, Perthensis. 
Robertus Robertson, Auchter- 

gaven, Perthensis. 
Carolus Goodall, Cameron, 

Fifensis. 
Georgius Bell Lunan, Kin- 
nettles, Angusiensis. 
David Ross, Perth, Perthensis. 
Daniel Scrimgeour, Methven, 

Perthensis. 
Georgius Park, Inverness, 

Invernessiensis. 



George Morriss, Saline, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Gordon MTherson, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alfredus Jacobus Honey, 

Inchture, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Kean, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Alexander Guthrie, Orwell, 

Kinrossiensis. 
Jacobus Ffrenche, Crawford- 

john, Lanark. 
Andreas P. Hogarth, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Ritchie, Longforgan, 

Perthensis. 
David B. Spence, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Fredericus Johnston, Bal- 

merino, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Troup, Pitsligo, 
Aberdonensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1866 



Jacobus Davidson, Moy, 

Invemessiensis. 
Alexander Milne, Lunan, 

Angusiensis. 
Alexander Robertson, 

Moneydie, Perthensis. 
Joannes Adam Birrell, Ceres, 

Fifeshire. 
Andreas D. Tait, Enrol, 

Perthensis. 



Georgius Stephen, Monifieth, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes Menzies, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Prain, Inchture, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes A. Ireland, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Thomas A. Cameron, Kirk- 

michael, Banffiensis. 



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Nos ingenui adolescentes, nomina subscribentes, sancte 
pollicemur, nos praeceptoribus obsequium debitum exhibi- 
turos, et hujus Academiae Andreanae emolumentum et 
commodum, quantum in nobis sit, procuraturos, ad quem- 
cunque vitae statum pervenerimus. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Henricus F. Mudie, 14, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Petrus Anton, 15, Eroll, 
Perthensis. 

Ross Wilkie Ochterlony, 15, 
Rescobie, Angusiensis. 

Thomas Menzies, 16, Criefif, 
Perthensis. 

Alex. C. Oughter Lonie, 17, 
Kinghorn, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Berwick, 18, Bel- 
ford, Northumbrensis. 

Henricus J. Wotherspoon, 
17, Kilspindie, Perthensis. 



Nigellus Campbell, 17, Foss, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus N. Smith, 16, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Key, 14, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

Alexander C. Wylie, 16, 
Leslie, Fifeshire. 

Jacobus Russell, 20, Fal- 
kirk. 

Carolus Durward, 17, Fetter- 
cairn. 

Alexander Spence, 2i, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 



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155 



Robertus Niven, 21, Dun- 
barton. 

Albertus Edward, 18, Lifif 
and Benvie, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Gilmour, 18, Mon- 
treal, Canada. 

Colin C. Mackay, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Duncanus L. M. Mackay, 
15, St Andrews, Fifensis. 

Andreus W. Mackie, 15, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Montague W. White, 16, 
Inverness, Invernessiensis. 

Henricus Rhind, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Hunter, 19, Wemyss, 
Fifensis. 

Thomas R. Biscoe, 17, Kirk- 
hill, Inverness-shire. 

Joannes M. MoncriefF, 18, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Traill, 16, St Ola, 
Orcades. 

Joannes Kennedy, 15, Edin- 
ensis. 

Franciscus Gordon, 15, 
Monifieth, Angusiensis. 

Josephus C. Penney, 16, 
Edinensis. 

Holmes Ivory, 16, Edinensis. 

Henricus C. Sinclair, 17, 
Cullen, Banffensis. 



Thomas D. Hall, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Henricus D. Maitland, 16, 

Wuzeerabad, India. 
Joannes L. Paterson, 16, 

Rutherglen. 
Thomas G. Clark, 17, Crail, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Key, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Georgius More Gordon, 51, 

Edinburgh, Edinensis. 
Campbell M *I ntosh M 'Arthur, 

17, Calcutta, India. 
Robertus Alex. Hogg, 17, 

Thurloe Sq., Brompton, 

Londoniensis. 
Wedderburn D. Thoms, 17, 

Long Forgon, Perthensin. 
Jacobus Riddell, 18, Jedburgh. 
Andreas Morris, 25, Abdie, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus M. Eraser, 20, 

Portman Square, London- 

ensis. 
Joannes Marshall TuUoch, 

16, St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes C. Dick, 17, Tweeds- 

muir. 
Gaulterus Bennett Williams, 

17, Walton, Lancastrensis. 
Glenorchy, 16, Killin, Perth- 

ensis. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Joannes Forgan, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Alexander Menzies, 20, Dull, 
Perthensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1867 



Andreas Dunn, 20, St 

Monance, Fifensis. 
Joannes M*Ewen, 16, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 
Joannes S. Robertson, 17, 

Kinnaird, Perthensis. 
Georgius R. Gillespie, 16, 

St Stephen's, Edinensis. 
Joannes S. Ewen, 16, Hope- 
kirk, Roxburgh. 
Ernest Udny, 15, Boulogne- 

sur-Mer, France. 
Carolus J. Watt, 17, Foveran, 

Aberdonensis. 
Jacobus Aitken, 17, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Thoma Young, 22, Galashiels, 

Selkirk. 
Wallace C. Houstoun, 

Haddington, Haddington. 
Henricus J. C. M'Intosh, 20, 

Kirkmichael, Banffiensis. 
Thomson Whyte, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alexander Simpson, 18, 

Auchterarder, Perthensis. 
Robertus Hutchison, 24, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Henricus A. G. Stiven, 17, 

Moradabad, Bengal, India. 
Edvardus J. F. Wood, 17, 

Bengal, India. 
Alexr. R. Gibson, 23, Fowlis 

Easter, Perthensis. 
George T. Dodds, 17, Lifif 

and Benvie, Angusiensis. 
Alexander Keith Ramsay, 18, 

Criefif, Perthensis. 



Arthurus R. Guerard, 16, 
Charleston, U.S.A. 

Joannes M'Diarmid, 20, Ran- 
noch, Fortingal, Perth- 
ensis. 

Jacobus L. H. Forrester, 18, 
Methven, Perthensis. 

Jacobus S. Butchart, 21, 
Dundee, Angusienses. 

Jacobus Adam, 23, Liff, 
Angusienses. 

Jacobus Balsillie, 21, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 

Christopherus Beaumont, 23, 
Biggar, Selkirk. 

Georgius Gordon, 17, Moni- 
fieth, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Macmillan, 20, 
Fearn, Angusiensis. 

David S. Barclay, 17, Aber- 
deen, Aberdonensis. 

Jacobus M. Reekie, 20, St 
Andreas, Fifensis. 

Petrus R. Bairnsfather, 17, 
Rescobie, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Ogilvie, 16, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Patricius Murray, 17, St 
Cuthbert's, Edinensis. 

Claudius C. Carnegie, 17, 
Leamington, Warick- 

shire. 

Carolus Morrison, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Hunter, Methven, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus B. MacKay, 15, 
Kinlochbervie. 



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157 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Gulielmus Dufif, 26, Logie- 
rait, Perthensis. 

Petrus Webster, 22, Largo- 
ward, Fifensis. 

Henricus G. Shepherd, 18, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Thorns, 19, Long- 
forgon, Perthencis. 

Gulielmus Home, 23, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Henricus Cook, 16, St 
Stephen's, Edinensis. 

Joannes Fortune, 18, Kil- 
renny, Fifensis. 

Finlay Graham, 26, Kilmuir, 
Rossensis. 

Joannes A. Honey, 18, Inch- 
ture, Perthensis. 

Donaldus Grant, ig, Aber- 
nethy, Invernessiensis. 

J. Gordon Stuart, 18, 
Markinch, Fifeshire. 

Robertus K. Moncrieff, 20, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Thoma S. Raine, 18, Ken- 
cot, Oxon. 

Jacobus Cunningham, 17, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 



Gulielmus Young, 18, Lesli- 
ensis, Fifensis. 

Jacobus C. J. Brodie, 19, 
Auldearn, Moraviensis. 

Joannes F. Ewing, 18, Dun- 
dee, Augusiensis. 

Gulielmus Y. Davidson, 18, 
Jedburgh, Roxburghshire. 

David C. Robb, 16, Blair- 
gowrie, Perthensis. 

Jacobus Fisher, 20, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Joannes Guthrie, 26, Scone, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus Park, 21, Sorn, Ayr- 
ensis. 

Fredericus C. Halkett, 15, 
Futteghur, India. 

Thomas Maitland, 18, St 
Cuthbertus, Edinensis. 

David H. Bruce, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus B. Miller, 19, 
Perth, Perthensis. 

Georgius J. Birrell, 17, 
Ceres, Fifensis. 

Andreas Gillespie, 22, King- 
horn, Fifiensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



David Lundie, 20, Crathie, 

Aberdonensis. 
Robertus Armstrong, 19, 

Edinburgh, Edinensis. 



Thomas G. Salmon, 22, City, 

Glasgoensis. 
Joannes Masson, 17, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1867 



Gulielmus A. Kyd, 25, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander Duncan, 19, Kil- 
conquhar, Fifensis. 

Andreas Chapman, 21, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander T. Watson, 21, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander C. Alexander, 22, 
LifF et Benvie, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Georgius Crichton, 21, 
Perth, Perthensis. 

Alexander Stewart, 20, Liver- 
pool, Lancastrensis. 

Andreas Mackie, 19, Elgin, 
Moraviensis. 

David R. Robertson, 19, 
Lethendy, Perthensis. 

Robertus Menzies, 44, 



David Miller, 26, Galashiels, 
Selkirk. 

Franciscus Robertus Japp, 
19, Dundee, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Jac. R. Torry, 19, Coupar- 
Angus, Perthensis. 

Robertus Peattie, 28, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Mackintosh, 19, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

David Robertson, 23, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Donaldus Stewart, 18, For- 
tingall, Perthensis. 

Thomas C. Marr, 20, Mon- 
trose, Angusiensis. 

Joannes R. MacLaren, 18, 
Kinnoull, Perthensis. 

Fortingal, Perthensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



David B. Spence, 25, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Butchart, 23, Moni- 
fieth, Angusiensis. 

Robertus Robertson, 22, 
Auchtergaven, Perth- 

ensis. 

Jacobus NicoU, 21, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes M. MacGregor, 19, 
Lismore and Appin, Ar- 
gatheliensis. 

Carolus Goodall, 21, Cam- 
eron, Fifensis. 



Georgius Bell Lunan, 21 

Kinnettles, Angusiensis. 
David Ross, 26, Perth, Perth 

ensis. 
Georgius Park, 23, Inverness 

Invernessiensis. 
Andreas P. Hogarth, 20 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Daniel Scrimgeour, 27 

Methuen, Perthensis. 
Thomas Bayne, 22, Cam 

eron, Fifensis. 
Joannes Menzies, 22, Dull 

Perthensis. 



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Joannes Adam Birrell, 22, 

Ceres, Fifensis. 
Robertus Munro, 24, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Alexander Robertson, 25, 

Moneydie, Perthensis. 
Georgius Stephen, 27, Moni- 

fieth, Angusiensis. 
Joannes A. Ireland, 21, St 

Stephen's, Edinensis. 
Alfredus Jacobus Honey, 21, 

Inchture, Perthensis. 
Georgius Morriss, 26, Saline, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Ritchie, 21, Long- 

forgan, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Ewan, 29, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



Jacobus Kean, 22, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus W. TuUoch, 21, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Thomas A. Cameron, 25, 

Kirkmichael, Banfiiensis. 
Josephus Brown, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Alex. Milne, 26, Lunan, 

Angusiensis. 
Carolus G. Forrester, 29, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Joannes Prain, 33, Inchture, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Bell, 24, Annan, 

Dumfriesiensis. 
Jacobus M. Davidson, 34, 

Moy, Invernessiensis. 



1868- 1869. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Joannes W. Bell, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus F. Balfour, 17, 
Edinburgh. 

Gulielmus Brown Miller, 15, 
Monifieth, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Tulloch, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Munro, 15, Strathy, 
Sutherlandis. 

Joannes A. R. R. L'Amy, 16, 
Ayton. 

Joannes H. Baxter, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Joannes F. Dempster, 24, 
Dundee, Angusienses. 

Stewart Smith, 17, Glasgow, 
Angusienses. 

Georgius Lorimer, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes Taylor, 15, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Carolus H. Gosset, 17, 
Northam, Damnonium. 

Jacobus Barnard, 17, Abbots- 
hall, Fifensis. 
' Gualterus Burt, 19, Wemyss, 
Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1868 



Nigellus Campbell, 18, Foss, 

Perthensis. 
Petrus Lyall, 15, Logic, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes R. Stewart, 16, 

Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 
Gulielmus J. Macdonald, 16, 

Huntly, Aberdonensis. 
Georgius Cunningham, 16, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Ogilvie, 16, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Ogilvie, 16, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Alexander H. Cooper, 16, 

Tarbolton, Ayrensis. 
Joannes W. Ritchie, 17, 

Tarbolton, Ayrensis. 
Robertus T. Buchan, 17, 

Cleish. 
Jacobus R. Moir, 16, South 

Sheilds. 
Gulielmus Smith, 22, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Carolus F. Watt, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifeness. 
Buchanan Blake, 16, East- 
wood, Glasgowensis. 
Herbert A. D. Hain, 16, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Patterson, 20, 

Arbroath, Angrensis. 
Vivian Gulielmus Kinsman, 

16, Falmouth. 
Joannes Robertson, 18, New- 

tyle, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Budge, 18, An- 

struther W., Fifensis. 



David W. Muir, 20, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Thomas W. Smith, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus G. Rutherford, 15, 

Newlands. 
Jacobus Millar, 15, Inver- 

arity, Angusiensis. 
Duncanus L. M. Mackay, 16, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Alexander Paton, 19, 

Dunbamey, Perthensis. 
Louis Henricus Mylne, 15, 

Shahabad, India. 
Arthurus B. Wright, 16, 

Singapore, India. 
Guilielmus A. Francken, 19, 

Hull, Eboricus. 
Guilielmus Forbes Cockell, 

18, Mussooree, India. 
Henricus Littledale Dick, 15, 

Edinburgh, Edinensis. 
Jacobus Litster, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Carolus J. Lennox, 18, Hoo- 

shiarpore, India. 
Gulielmus Lamb, 16, Luck- 
now, India. 
Georgius David Paton, 16, 

Brechin, Angusiensis. 
Alexander Dishart, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Colinus Campbell, 17, Craig- 

nish, Argyleshire. 
Normanus H. Leckie, 16, 

Uphall, W. Lothian. 
•Alexander C. Paterson, 15, 

Glasgow, Glasguensis. 



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Henricus Cooper, 15, Bal- 

fron, Strivlinensis. 
Joannes C. Orr, 18, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Thomas D. Miller, 17, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Richardus Muir, 19, Caer- 

laverock. 
Alexander E. Rothney, 19, 

Meerut, India. 
Robertus Bonthron, 15, St i 

Andrews, Fifenis. i 



Gulielmus Bell, 16, Mains, 
Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus M'Intyre, 16, 
Strathmiglo, Fifenis. 

Alfredus C. Ross, 16, New 
Selma, India. 

Gulielmus Beattie, 16, 
Leuchars, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Clinkskill, 15, Glas- 
gow, Lanarkshire. 

Jacobus Edwards, 24, 
Drainie, Morayshire. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Carolus Durward, 18, Fetter- 
cairn. 

Henricus Wotherspoon, 18, 
Kilspindie, Perthensis. 

Jacobus N. Smith, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Josephus C. Penney, 17, 
Edinburgh, Edinensis. 

Ross W. Ochterlony, 15, 
Rescobie, Angusiensis. 

Thomas R. Biscoe, 18, Inver- 
ness, Invernessiensis. 

Arthurus R. Guerard, 17, 
Charleston, U.S.A. 

Joannes M. Watson, 18, 
Glasgow, Glasgow. 

Holmes Ivory, 17, Edinensis, 
Edinensis. 

Andreas Morris, 25, Abdie, 
Fifensis. 

Alexander Spence, 22, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 



Jacobus Key, 15, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

Petrus Anton, 18, LifF, 
Perthensis. 

Henricus Sinclair, 18, 
Cullen, BaniFensis. 

Glenorchy, 17, Killin, Perth- 
ensis. 

Andreas W. Mackie, 16, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Joannes Alexander Black, 18, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Alexander Oughter Lonie, 18, 
Kinghorn, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Berwick, 19, Bel- 
ford, Northumbrensis. 

Henricus Mudie, 17, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Franciscus Gordon, 16, 
Monifeith, Angusiensis. 

Thomas Menzies, 17, Crieff, 
Perthensis. 



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[1868 



Joannes L. Paterson, 17, 
Glasgow, Glasguensis. 

Ebenezer A. Carswell, 18, 
Kilmany, Fifensis. 

Joannes H. Oatts, 18, Cal- 
cutta, India. 

Jacobus Russell, 21, Falkirk. 

Joannes Kennedy, 16, Edin- 
burgh, Edinensis. 

Joannes M. MoncriefF, 19, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 



Campbell M. M 'Arthur, 18, 
Calcutta, India. 

Joannes Traill, 17, Kirkwall, 
Orcadiensis. 

Joannes Macmillan, 21, 
Fearn, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Gilmour, 19, Mon- 
treal, Canada. 

Joannes Hunter, 20, 
Wemyss, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Jacobus M. Reekie, 21, St 

Andreas, Fifensis. 
Andreas Dunn, 21, St 

Monance, Fifensis. 
Georgius Ogilvie, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus S. Butchart, 22, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes M'Ewen, 17, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 
Alexander Simpson, 20, 

Auchterarder, Perthensis. 
Ernest Udny, 16, Boulogne. 
Joannes S. Robertson, 18, 

Kinnaird, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Adam, 22, Liff and 

Benvie, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus L. H. Forrester, 19, 

Methven, Perthensis. 
Alexr. R. Gibson, 24, Coupar- 

Angus, Perthensis. 
Carolus Jacobus Watt, 18, 

Foveran, Aberdonensis. 



Jacobus Balsillie, 22, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 

Joannes Forgan, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Aitken, 18, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Alexander Keith Ramsay, 19, 
Criefif, Perthensis. 

Joannes Crawford Dick, 18, 
Tweedsmuir. 

Georgius T. Dodds, 18, Lifif 
and Benvie, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Thomson Wh3rte, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Petrus R. Bairnsfather, 18, 
Rescobie, Angusiensis. 

Robertus Thornton, 23, For- 
far, Angusiensis. 

Petrus Livingston, 22, 
Monzie, Perthensis. 

Alexander Menzies, 21, 
Weem, Perthensis. 



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Jacobus C. Hunter, 21, 
Methven, Perthensis. 

Joannes M'Diarmid, 21, 
Fortingal, Perthensis. 

Christopherus Beaumont, 24, 
Biggar, Lanark. 



Henricus J. C. M'Intosh, 21, 
Kirkmichael, Banfiiensis. 

Thomas Young, 22, Gala- 
shiels, Selkirk. 

Josephus G. Stuart, 19, 
Markinch, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Joannes A. Honey, 19, Inch- 

ture, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Mackintosh, 20, 

Duirinish, Invernessensis. 
Andreas Gillespie, 23, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 
Henricus G. Shepherd, 19, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Henricus Cook, 17, Edin- 
burgh, Edinensis. 
Fredericus C. Halkett, 16, 

Futteghur, India. 
Jacobus Cunningham, 18, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Thomas Surtees Raine, 19, 

Kencot, Oxonensis. 
Gulielmus Dufif, 27, Logie- 

rait, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus B. Miller, 20, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Donaldus Grant, 20, Aber- 

nethy, Invernessiensis. 
Finlay Graham, 27, Kilmuir, 

Rossensis. 
Robertus K. Moncriefif, 21, 

Arbroath, Angusiensis. 



David H. Bruce, 21, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Home, 24, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Y. Davidson, Jed- 
burgh, Roxburgh. 

Jacobus Fisher, 21, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

David Constable Robb, 17, 
Blairgowrie, Perthensis. 

Josephus Brown, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Park, 22, Som, 
Ayrensis. 

Andreas Mackie, 20, Elgin, 
Moraviensis. 

Petrus Webster, Kilcon- 
quhar, Fifensis. 

Thomas Marr, 21, Montrose, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes F. Ewing, 19, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Lyall, 21, Logie, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Guthrie, 27, Scone, 
• Perthensis. 



Donald Stewart, 20, Fortingall, Perthensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1868 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Joannes R. M'Laren, ig, 

Kinnoull, Perthensis. 
David Ross, 27, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Georgius Park, 24, Inverness, 

Invernessiensis. 
Hugo M'Diarmid, 17, 

Fowlis Wester, Perth- 

ensus. 
David Neish, 26, Lifif and 

Benvie, Angusiensis. 
Joannes M. MacGregor, 20, 

Lismore and Appin, 

Argatheliensis. 
Georgius Bell Lunan, 22, 

Kinnettles, Angusiensis. 
Robertus Armstrong, 20, 

Edinburgh, Edinensis. 
Joannes Robb, 21, Kinross, 

Kinrossiensis. 
Robertus Robertson, 22, 

Logiealmond, Perthensis. 
Alexander Stewart, 21, Liver- 
pool, Lancastriensis. 
William Weir Tulloch, 22, 

St Andrews, Fifienses. 
Joannes Menzies, 23, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
David R. Robertson, 20, 

Lethendy, Perthensis. 
Joannes A. Ireland, 22, St 

Stephen's, Edinensis. 



Thomas Bayne, 23, Cameron, 

Fifensis. 
David Lundie, 22, Crathie, 

Aberdonensis. 
Jacobus Collier, 24, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Davidson, 35, 

Moy, Invernessiensis. 
Andreas P. Hogarth, 21, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Nicoll, 23, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes Ritchie, 22, Long- 

forgan, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Ewan, 30, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Robertus Munro, 25, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Bell, 25, Annan, 

Dumfriesiensis. 
Joannes A. Birrell, 23, Ceres, 

Fifensis. 
Alexander Milne, 27, Lunan, 

Angusiensis. 
Georgius Stephen, 28, Moni- 

fieth, Angusiensis. 
Thomas A. Cameron, 26, 

Kirkmichael, Banffiensis. 
David Stevenson, 23, Beith, 

Ayrensis. 
Carolus G. Forrester, 30, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 



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165 



1 869- 1 870. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Guilielmus Pistor Carmichael, 

16, Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Alfred Edward, 17, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Georgius W. Constable, 

Enrol, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus H. Cook, 18, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 
Jacobus M. Grant, 16, 

Secunderabad, Madras 

Presidency. 
Joannes Hardie, 15, King- 

hom, Fifensis. 
Arturus W.Wotherspoon, 16, 

Kilspindie, Perthensis. 
Georgius Baxter, 15, Liff and 

Benvie, Forfar. 
Jacobus Cameron, 18, Meth- 

ven, Perthensis. 
Alexander Lawson, 17, Cul- 

ross, Perthensis. 
Joannes Gunn, 16, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Hovardus Hill, 14, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus T. Cunningham, 

17, Dundee, Angusienses. 
Carolus H. Anderson, 16, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
Robertus C. Burnett, 18, 

Skene, Aberdeen. 
Robertus Armstrong, 14, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



Robertus Mitchell, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Thomas Pryde, 18, Kilmany, 
Fifeshire. 

James R. Brown, 17, Pit- 
lochry, Perthshire. 

Joannes Y. Boath, 15, For- 
far, Forfar. 

Joannes Brown, 18, Wemyss, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Cameron, 16, Glen- 
orchy, Argyll. 

David Cameron, 14, Glen- 
orchy, Argyll. 

Gulielmus Gilmour, 16, 
Montreal, Canada. 

Andreas Wilson, 18, Green- 
law, Berwickshire. 

Franciscus Paton, 16, Mon- 
trose, Angusiensis. 

David Hepburn Lawrence, 
15, St Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Philp, 15, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Glasse, Auchter- 
muchty, Fifeshire. 

Joannes Black, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Patricius Robson Mackay, 
15, Latheron, Caithness- 
ensis. 

James Douglas, 19, Strath- 
kinness, Fifeshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1869 



Carolus Gordon, 16, New- 
lands, Peebleshire. 

Alexander Thorn, 16, Crieflf, 
Perthensis. 

David Coull, 30, Straiton 
Hill, Fifeshire. 

Matthaeus Russell, 20, Fal- 
kirk, Stirlingshire. 

Colin Campbell, 16, Inverary, 
Argyllshire. 

Wm. Hall Maxwell, 22, of 
Dargavel, Renfrewshire. 

Josephus W. T. Anderson, 
17, London, Middlesex. 

Jacobus Anderson, 18, Port 
Glasgow, Renfrewshire. 

Joannes H. Gillespie, 17, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

Alexandrius Middleton, 16, 
Strathmiglo, Fifeshire. 



GuUielmus Robertson, 16, 

Lethendy, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Proudfoot, 17, 

Leuchars, Fifeshire. 
Joannes M*Crae, 17, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus Eraser, 16, Edin- 
burgh, Midlothian. 
Josephus S. Finlayson, 20, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Robertus G. Heddle, 21, 

Walls, Ocadunis. 
Francis P. Butler, 17, Rawul 

Pindee, India. 
Arthur Wm. Traill, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Carlus Mellor, 16, St James's, 

Kent. 
L6on Sapi6ha, 18, Wysokie, 

Pologne. 



Francis J. W. Critchley, 17, Dornock, Dumfriesshire. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Thomas Duncan Miller, 18, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Jacobus Mac- 

donald, 17, Huntly, Aber- 

donensis. 
Nigellus Campbell, 19, Foss, 

Perthensis. 
Thomas Wilson, 22, Paisley, 

Renfrewensis. 
Stewart Smith, 18, Barony, 

Renfrewshire. 
Joannes W. Ritchie, 18, 

Tarbolton, Ayrshire. 
Vivian W. Kinsman, 17, 

Falmouth, Cornwall. 



David W. Muir, 21, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Joannes Robertson, 19, 
Newtyle, Angusensis. 

Arthurus Wright, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Louis H. Mylne, 16, Shaba- 
bad, Bengal. 

Jacobus H. Millar, 16, Feam, 
Angusiensis. 

John F. Dempster, 25, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Thomas W. Smith, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 




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MATRICULATION ROLL 



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Petrus Lyall, 16, Logic, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Rutherford, 16, 

Newlands, Pebliensis. 
Alexander H. Cooper, 17, 

Tarbolten, Ayrshire. 
Joannes H. Baxter, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Norman H. Leckie, 17, Up- 

hall, Linlithgowshire. 
Henry L. Dick, 16, Tweeds- 

muir, Peeblesensis. 
Gulielmus D. Beattie, 17, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Jacobus A. Paton, 19, Dun- 
barney, Perthensis. 
Joannes Budge, 19, An- 

struther, Fifensis. 
Carolus H. Gosset, 18, Nor- 

tham, Devoniensis. 
Alexander C. Paterson, 16, 

Rutherglen, Lanarkensis. 
Herbert A. D. Hain, 17, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Smith, 23, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 



Andreas Ferguson, 26, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Barnard, 18, Abbots- 
hall, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Lamb, 17, Luck- 
now, India. 

Charolus Lennox, 19, Hoo- 
shiarpore, India. 

Johannes L. Taylor, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Robertus Munro, 16, Strathy, 
Sutherlandensis. 

Alexander Dishart, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Carolus F. Watt, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Georgius Cunningham, 17, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Lorimer, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Johannes C. Orr, 19, Glas- 
gow, Glasgow. 

James S. Ogilvie, 17, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Alexander E. Rothney, 20, 
Loodiana, India. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Carolus Durward, 19, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardinensis. 

Petrus Anton, 19, LifF and 
Benvie, Angusensis. 

Alexander C. Oughter Lonie, 
19, Kinghorn, Fifensis. 

Jacobus N. Smith, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Ross W. Ochterlony, 16, 

Rescobie, Angusiensis. 

Thomas Henderson, 17, 

Gordon, Berwickshire. 
Joannes M. Watson, 19, 

Glasgow, Glasgow. 

Jacobus Russell, 22, Falkirk, 

Stirlingshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1869 



J. Lumsden Paterson, iS^ 
Rutherglen^ Lanarkshire. 

Jacobus Key, 16, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Berwick, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Alexander Spence, 23, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Franciscus Gordon, 17, 
Monifieth, Angusiensis. 

Arthurus Guerard, 18, 
Charleston, America. 

John M. MoncriefF, 20, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

H. J. Wotherspoon, 19, 



Thomas Menzies, 18, Crieff, 

Perthensis. 
Duncanus L. M. Mackay, 17, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Brown, 25, Dun- 

nichen, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Hunter, 21, 

Wemyss, Fifensis. 
Joannes Macmillan, 21, 

Fearn, Angusiensis. 
Henricus F. Mudie, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Andreas Morris, 26, Abdie, 

Fifensis. 
Kilspindie, Perthensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Andreas Dunn, 22, St 

Monans, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Reekie, 22, Stus. 

Andreas, Fifensis. 
Alexander Menzies, 22, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Duncanus M. Wilson, 19, 

Paisley, Renfrewensis. 
Thomson Whyte, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Adam, 23, Liff and 

Benvie, Angusiensis. 
Carolus J. Watt, 19, 

Foveran, Aberdonensis. 
Jacobus L. H. Forrester, 20, 

Methven, Perthensis. 
Alexander Simpson, 20, 

Auchterarder, Perthensis. 
Joannes M*Ewen, 18, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 



Jacobus S. Butchart, 23, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Alexander K. Ramsay, 20, 

Crieff, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Aitken, 19, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Duff, 28, Logie- 

rait, Perthensis. 
Joannes Forgan, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Georgius T. Dodds, 19, Liff 

and Benvie, Angusiensis. 
Ernest Udny, 17, Boulogne- 

s.-M., France. 
Henricus J. C. M'Intosh, 22, 

Kirkmichael, Banffiensis. 
Christopherus Beaumont, 24, 

Biggar, Lanarkshire. 
Jacobus Balsillie, 23, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 



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Joannes Spence Robertson, 
19, Kinnaird, Perthensis. 

Joannes M'Diarmid, 22, For- 
tingall, Perthensis. 

John Dick, Tweedsmuir, 
Peeblesshire. 

Alexr. R. Gibson, 25, Fowlis 
Easter, Perthensis. 

Robertus Thornton, 25, For- 
far, Angusiensis. 



David C. Robb, 18, Blair- 
gowrie, Perthensis. 

Jacobus C. Hunter, 22, 
Wemyss, Fifensis. 

Joannes F. Ewing, 20, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius J. Birrell, 19, 
Ceres, Fifensis. 

Thoma S. Raine, 20, Kencot, 
Oxon. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Gulielmus Mackintosh, 21, 
Duirinish, Inverness. 

Jacobus NicoU, 24, Dundee, 
Angus. 

Gulielmus W. TuUoch, 23, 
Saint Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes R. M'Laren, 20, 
KinnouU, Perthensis. 

Andreas P. Hogarth, 22, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Petrus Webster, 23, Largo- 
ward, Fifensis. 

Joannes M. MacGregor, 21, 
Lismore and Appin, Ar- 
gatheliensis. 

Blenheim Ava Campbell, 21, 
Lea, Hampshire. 

Donaldus Grant, 21, Aber- 
nethy, Invernessiensis. 

Robertus K. MoncriefF, 22, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Joannes A. Honey, 20, Inch- 
ture, Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Home, 25, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 



Jacobus Park, 23, Sorn, 

Ayrensis. 
Donaldus Stewart, 20, For- 

tingall, Perthensis. 
Hugh M'Diarmid, 18, 

Fowlis Wester, Perth- 
ensis. 
Alexander Stewart, 22, Liver- 
pool, Lancastriensis. 
Robert Munro, 26, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Jacobus Ewan, 31, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Guthrie, 28, Scone, 

Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Bruce, 22, Brechin, 

Angusiensis. 
David R. Robertson, 21, 

Lethendy, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Collier, 25, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David Lundie, 23, Crathie, 

Aberdonensis. 
Robertus Armstrong, 21, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[i86( 



Joannes Peebles, 24, Dull, 
Perthensis. Partial. 

Joannes Bell, 26, Annan, 
Dumfriesiensis. 

Thomas Bayne, 24, Cameron, 
Fifensis. 



Joannes A. Ireland, 23, S 
Stephen's, Edinensis. 

Thomas A. Cameron, 27 
Kingussie, Inverness. 

David Stevenson, 24, Beith 
Ayrensis. 



John Robb, 24, Kinross, Kinrossensis. 



187O-187I. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Jacobus Butter, 16, Kirk- 
michael, Perthensis. 

Georgius K. Smith, 16, 
Broughty Ferry, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Archibald Scott, 19, St 
Stephen's, Edinburgh. 

Robertus Mackay, 17, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

Joannes M'Kenzie, 20, Kirk- 
michael, Banffensis. 

Gulielmus Low, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Stewartius Burns, 15, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Robertus Mackintosh, 16, 
Duirinish, Invernesiensis. 

Joannes Laing, 16, Cameron, 
Fifensis. 

Henricus S. Boase, 15, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander Forbes, 17, Dull, 
Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Matthew, 17, 
Logic, Fifensis. 



Andreas F. Murray, 15 

Edinensis, Edinensis. 
Gulielmus P. Brodie, 16, S 

George's, Edinensis. 
Arthur W. Smith, 16, Dun 

dee, Angusiensis. 
Donald Fletcher, 17, N. S 

Wales, Australia. 
Alexander M. Brown, 17 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus B. Butter, 18, Dun 

dee, Angusiensis. 
Carolus Bell, 15, Flisk 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus Boyd, 17, S 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Walker Milne, 17, Dundee 

Angusiensis. 
Josephus Hume Watt, 20 

Montrose, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus G. Petrie, 21 

Taodunum, Angusiensis. 
Robertus M. Murray, 15 

Fettercairn, Kincara 

dine. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



171 



Gulielmus Newall, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Cox, 16, Singa- 
pore, Malayan Peninsular. 

Jacobus G. Robertson, 16, 
Gambia, Africa. 

Thomas Barclay, 16, Dor- 
noch, Sutherlandshire. 

Jacobus Armstrong, 14, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Birrell, 19, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 

Gualterus Burt, 21, E. 
Wemyss, Fifensis. 

Georgius Duncan, Inchture, 
Perthshire. 

William Low, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander Millne, 24, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Carolus Rocheid, 17, Weimar, 
Weimar. 

Robertus Stewart, 16, Kil- 
spindie, Perthensis. 

Joannes M*Laren, 26, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Andreas Mitchell, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Henricus Gordon, 17, Moni- 

fieth, Angusiensis. 
Andrewus Ogilvie, 16, Dei- 

donum, Forfar. 
Joannes Meldrum, 23, Kem- 

back, Fifensis. 
David Methven, 15, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Robertus Macdonald, 19, 

Reay, Sutherlandienses. 
Robertus Scott-Moncrieff, 17, 

Edinburgh, Mid Lothian. 
Jacobus Panton, 21, Ferry- 

Port-on-Craig, Fifensis. 
Joannes Edie, 15, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. Chemistry. 
Joannes H. A. Ivens, 15, 

Azores, Portugal. 
Francis P. Butler, 18, Rawul 

Pindee, India. 
Georgius A. Douglas, 16, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, Nor- 

thumberlandensis. 
David Wilson, 17, Dunferm- 
line, Fifensis. 
Francis Anderson, 16, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Alexander Lawson, 18, Cul- 

ross, Perthensis. 
Robertus Philp, 16, Largo, 

Fifensis. 
Thomas Pryde, 19, Kilmany, 

Fifensis. 



Quilielmus H. Cook, 19, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

Alexr. Middleton, 17, Strath- 
miglo, Fifeshire. 

Philip S. Smith, 16, Notting- 
ham, Nottinghamshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[i87< 



Robertus T. Cunningham, 
i8, Taodunum, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Joannes A. Black, i8, Tao- 
dunum, Angusiensis. 

Carolus Gordon, 17, New- 
lands, Peebleshire. 

James M. Grant, 17, Secun- 
derabad, Madras Presi- 
dency. 

Alexander Thom, 17, Ban- 
chory, Aberdeenensis. 

Dav. CouU, 31, Logie, Fife- 
enses. 

Joannes Cameron, 17, Glen- 
orchy, Arguliensis. 

David Cameron, 15, Glen- 
orchy, Arguliensis. 

Josephus S. Finlayson, 21, 
Perthensis, Perthensis. 

Robertus Carr Burnett, 19, 
Skenensis, Aberdenensis. 

Jacobus Ramsay, 16, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Howard Hill, 15, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Patricius R. Mackay, 16, 
Latheron, Caithnessiensis. 

James Douglas, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Robertus Armstrong, 15, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Budge, 20, An- 

st rut her W., Fifensis. 
Georgius W. Baxter, 17, Liff 

and Benvie, Forfar. 
Gulielmus Robertson, 17, 

Lethendy, Perthensis. 
Robertus Kinnis, 23, Kenno- 

way, Fifensis. 
Carolus H. Anderson, 17, St 

Cuthbert, Edinensis. 
Jacobus Robertus Brown, 17, 

Moulin, Perthshire. 
Andrew Wilson, 19, Green- 
law, Berwickshire. 
Joannes Hardie, 16, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 
Robert Haldane Mitchell, 17, 

Fifensis, Fifensis. 
David H. Lawrence, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Proudfoot, 18, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Franciscus Critchley, 18, 

Dornock, Dumfriesshire. 
A. W. Wotherspoon, 17, 

Kilspindie, Perthshire. 
Thomas D. Hall, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Andreas Ferguson, 27, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Joannes Robertson, 20, New- 
tyle, Angustiensis. 



Jacobus Alexr. Paton, 21, 
Dunbarney, Perthenses. 

Guilielmus G. Rutherford, 17, 
Newlands, Peeblesshire. 



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Gulielmus J. Macdonald, 18, 

Huntly, Aberdonienses. 
Petrus Lyall, 17, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Herbert A. D. Hain, 18, 

LeucharSy Fifensis. 
David W. Muir, 22, Dundee, 

Angustiensis. 
Joannes Glasse, 22, Auchter- 

muchty, Fifensis. 
Nigellus Campbell, 20, Foss, 

Perthensis. 
Robertus Munro, 17, Strathy, 

Sutherlandensis. 
Georgius Lorimer, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Traill, 19, St Ola, 

Orcadiensis. 
Gulielmus D. Beattie, 18, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Joannes Cameron, 27, Ard- 

clach, Morayensis. 
Jacobus Barnard, 19, Abbots- 
ball, Fifensis. 

Joannes H. Oatts, 



Thomas Young, 22, Gala- 
shiels, Selkirk. 

Thomas D. Miller, 19, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Thomas W. Smith, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

John F. Dempster, 26, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander C. Paterson, 17, 
Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

Joannes L. Taylor, 17, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Carolus H. Gosset, 19, 
Northam, Damnonium. 

Gulielmus Smith, 24, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Alexander Dfshart, 21, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

James S. Ogilvie, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Normanus Macleod, (Barony) 
Glasgow, Lanark. 

Jacobus H. Millar, 17, Inver- 

arity, Angusiensis. 
20, Calcutta, India. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Arthurus R. Guerard, 19, 
Charleston, South Caro- 
lina. 

Ross W. Ochterlony, 17, 
Rescobie, Forfar. 

Carolus Durward, 20, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardine. 

Henricus F. Mudie, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



Harry C. Hill, 18, Sutton 
Coldfield, Warwickshire. 

Edvard P. Dansey, 21, 
Dyffryn, Carmarthen- 
shire. 

Guillermus Brown, 26, Dun- 
nichen, Angusensis. 

Alexander C. Oughterlonie, 
20, Kinghorn, Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[187. 



Petrus Anton, 20, Liff, An- 

gusensis. 
Jacobus Key, 17, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Henricus J. Wotherspoon, 

20, Kilspindie, Perthensis. 
GuUielmus R. Fisher, 24, 

Cambridge, Cambridge- 

shire. 
Christoferus Greatheed, 25, 

Corringham, Essexensis. 
Joannes M. Moncrieff, 21, 

Arbroath, Angusiensis. 
Thomas Menzies, 19, Crieff, 

Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Berwick, 21, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Hunter, 22, East 

Wemyss, Fifensis. 
Joannes Lumsden Paterson, 

23, Rutherglen, Lanark- 
shire. 



Joannes M. Watson, .20, 

Glasgow, Lanarkshire^ 
Duncanus L. M. Mackay, 

18, St Andrews, Fifensis. 
David E. Hutchins, 20, 

London, Middlesex. 
Christopherus Beaumont, 25, 

Galashiels, Selkirk. 
Andreas Morris, 27, Abdie, 

Fifensis. 
Franciscus Gordon, 18, 

Monifieth, Angusiensis. 
Alexr. Spence, 24, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 
Francis B. Dickinson, 19, 

Rugby, Warwickshire. 
Jacobus M. Reekie, St 

Andreas, Fifensis. 
Thomas Henderson, Gordon, 

Berwickensis. 
John C. Dick, Tweedsmuir, 

Peeblesshire. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Robertus K. Moncrieff, 23, 

Arbroath, Angusiensis. 
Joannes R. M'Laren, 21, 

Kinnoull, Perthensis. 
Joannes S. Robertson, 20, 

Kinnaird, Perthensis. 
Alexander R. Gibson, 26, 

Fowlis Easter, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Mackintosh, 21, 

Duirinish, Invernesiensis. 
Jacobus Aitken, 20, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 



Gulielmus Duff, 29, Logierait, 
Perthensis. 

Joannes A. Honey, 21, Inch- 
ture, Perthensis. 

Carolus J. Watt, 20, Foveran, 
Aberdonensis. 

Gulielmus Home, 26, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

David Lundie, 23, Crathie, 
Aberdonensis. 

Alexander K. Ramsay, 21, 
Crieff, Perthensis. 



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Joannes M*Ewen, 19, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 
Hugo M*Diarmid, 20, Fowlis 

Wester, Perthensis. 
Donald Stewart, 22, Fortin- 

gall, Perthensis. 
Alexander Stewart, 23, Liver- 
pool, Lancastriensis. 
Robertus Munro, 29, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Jacobus Park, 24, Sorn, 

Ayrensis. 
David Brown Spence, 28, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Blenheim Ava Campbell, 23, 

Lea, Hampshire. 



Joannes Bell, 27, Annan, 

Dumfriesshire. 
David R. Robertson, 22, 

Lethendy, Perthensis. 
John Guthrie, 30, Scone, 

Perthensis. 
Jacobus Collier, 26, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David Stevenson, 25, Beith, 

Ayrensis. 
Petrus Webster, 24, Kil- 

conquhar, Fifensis. 
John Robb, 24, Kinross, 

Kinross. 
Georgius J. Birrell, 21, Ceres, 

Fifiensis. 



187I-1872. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Jacobus Menzies, 14, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Jacobus Orchar, 17, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Thomas Henderson, 16, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Alexander Ritchie, 16, Car- 
gill, Perthensis. 
William Smith, 16, Barony, 

Lanark. 
Jacobus Fraser, 17, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Alexander I. Burnside, 14, 

Falkland, Fifensis. 
William F. Gourlay, 15, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 



Thomas Purdie, Junr., 16, 

Biggar, Lanark. 
RandolphDouglas Mackenzie, 

17, Ballater, Aberdeen. 
Jacobus M. Crombie, 16, 

Greenwich, Kent. 
Archibaldus Browning, 19, 

St Leonards, Fifeshire. 
Laurentius Tuttiett, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
George M. Walker, 16, Crail, 

Fifensis. 
Robertus Heys, 17, Neil- 
stone, Renfrew. 
Andreas Lindsay, 25, Largo, 

Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1871 



Georgius Duncan, 16, Inch- 
ture, Perthshire. 

Arthurus Smith, 17, Tao- 
dunum, Angusiensis. 

Francis Anderson, 17, Edin- 
burgh, Edinensis. 

William J. Tennant, 19, 
Edinr., Edinr. 

Jacobus Buchan, 22, Fraser- 
burgh, Aberdeen. 

Joannes McLaren, 29, 



Josephus H. Watt, 21, Mon- 
trose, Forfarshire. 

Archibaldus Scott, 20, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

Carolus von Rocheid, 18, 
Weimar, Weimar. 

Andreas Ogilvie, 17, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes Laing, 17, Cameron, 
Fifensis. 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Alexander Lawson, 19, Cul- 
ross, Perthensis. 

Joannes Hardie, 17, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Robertson, 18, 
Lethendy, Perthensis. 

Joannis A. Black, 19, Tao- 
dunum, Forfarensis. 

Robertus C. Burnett, 20, 
Skenensis, Aberdonensis. 

Dav. CouU, 32, Logie, 
Fifeenses. 

Robertus T. Cunningham, 19, 
Taodunum, Forfarensis. 

Thomas Pryde, 20, Kilmany, 
Fifeshire. 

David H. Lawrence, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Philp, 17, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

Howard Hill, 16, Strathmar- 
tine, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Ramsay, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Henry L. Dick, 18, Peebles, 

Peeblesensis. 
Alexander Thom, 18, CrieflF, 

Perthensis. 
John K. Cameron, 18, Glen- 

orchia, Arguliensis. 
David Cameron, 16, Glen- 

orchy, Arguliensis. 
Alexander Middleton, 18, 

Strathmiglo, Fifensis. 
Carolus Gordon, 18, New- 
lands, Peebleshire. 
Robertus Armstrong, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
A. W. Wotherspoon, 18, Kil- 

spindie, Perthensis. 
Josephus S. Finlayson, 22, 

Perthensis, Perthensis. 
Patricus R. Mackay, 17, 

Latheron, Caithnessiensis. 
William C. Proudfoot, 19, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Douglas, 21, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



179 



Andreas Wilson, 20, Green- 
law, Berwickshire. 

Francis Jn. Wylie Critch- 
ley, 18, Dornock, Dum- 
friesseensus. 



Arthurus B. Wright, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Robertus Kinnis, 24, Kenno- 

way, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Thomas W. Smith, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
William D. Beattie, 19, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus J. Macdonald, 19, 

Huntly, Aberdonensis. 
Petrus Lyall, 18, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Nigellus Campbell, 21, Foss, 

Perthensis. 
Guilelmus G. Rhetorfortis, 

18, Newlands, Peebles. 
Joannes Robertson, 21, New- 

tyle, Angustiensis. 
Robertus Munro, 18, Strathy, 

Sutherlandensis. 
Jacobus Barnard, 20, Abbots- 
hall, Fifensis. 
James Millar, 18, MontrosOf 

Angusiensis. 
John Glasse, 23, Auchter- 

muchty, Fifensis. 

Franciscus Gordon, 20, 



Thomas Young, 23, Gala- 
shiels, Selkirk. 

Andreas Ferguson, 28, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Thomas D. Miller, 20, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander C. Paterson, 18, 
Glasgow, Lanarkensis. 

Herbert A. D. Hain, 19, 
Leuchars, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Smith, 25, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Henricus F. Mudie, 20, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Alexr. Paton, 22, 
Dunbarney, Perthensis. 

Christopherus Beaumont, 25, 
Biggar, Lanarkshire. 

Alexander Dishart, 22, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes F. Dempster, 27, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Monifieth, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Carolus Durward, 21, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardinensis. 

Robertus K. Moncrieff, 24, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 



John Dick, 20, Tweedsmuir, 

Peeblesshire. 
Joannes M'Ewen, 20, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [187 1 



Joannes A. Honey, 22, Inch- 

ture, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Key, 18, Sanct 

Andreae, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Mackintosh, 22, 

Duirinish, Invernesiensis. 
Joannes R. McLaren, 22, 

KinnouU, Perthensis. 
Joannes M. MoncrieiF, 22, 

Arbroath, Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Duff, 30, Logie- 

rait, Perthensis. 
Joannes S. Robertson, 21, 

Kinnaird, Perthensis. 
Petrus A. Anton, 21, Dun- 
dee, Angusensis. 
Alexr. R. Gibson, 27, Liff 

and Benvie, Perthensis. 
Hugo M'Diarmid, 21, Fowlis 

Wester, Perthensis. 
Joannes Hunter, 23, 

Wemyss, Fifensis. 

Donaldus Stewart, 22, 



Josephus Brown, 22, Dun- 
dee, Angusensis. 

Blenheim Ava Campbell, 23, 
St Andrews, Fifensis. 

A. K. Ramsay, 22, Crieff, 
Perthensis. 

Dav. R. Robertson, 23, 
Lethendy, Perthensis. 

David Lundie, 24, Crathie, 
Aberdoniensis. 

Joannes Robb, 24, Kinross, 
Kinrossensis. 

Alexander Spence, 25, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Georgius J. Birrell, 21, Ceres, 
Fifiensis. 

Jacobus Collier, 27, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Park, 25, Sorn, 
Ayrensis. 

Joannes Guthrie, 31, Scone, 
Perthensis. 
Fortingall, Perthiensis. 



1 872- 1 873. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Gulielmus C. Anderson, 15, 
Hawick, Roxburiensis. 

Jacobus Duncan, 14, Crail, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Cook, 17, Tay Port, 
Fifeshire. 

Gulielmus Symon, 17, Stir- 
ling, Sterlinensis. 



Robertus Hill Falconer, 16, 

Ferry- Port-on-Craig, Fife. 
Joannes M. Methven, 15, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Morrison, 16, Logie- 

Pert, Angusiensis. 
James G. Fothringham, 15, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



181 



Joannes K. DufF, 17, Aber- 
feldy, Perthensis. 

Archibaldus Menzies, 17, 
Dull, Perthensis. 

Jacobus Meldrum, 17, Kil- 
conquhar, Fifensis. 

David Anderson, 16, Pan- 
bride, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Dick, 16, Kilcon- 
quhar, Fifensis. 

Henricus Rundle, 16, High- 
week, Devonshire. 

Charles J. Dudgeon, 17, 
Dumfries, Dumfrieshire^ 

Henricus Reid, 16, Calton, 
Lanarkensis. 

Hugo Watson, 18, Stowr, 
Peebelsis. 

Joannus C. Auldjo, 15, 
Broughty Ferry, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Herbertus M. Baynes, 17, 
London, Middlesex. 

Colinus B. Phillip, 17, Lon- 
don, Middlesex. 

Johannes Leask, 15, Stirling, 
Sterlinensis. 

Petrus Nicholson, 15, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Franciscus Scott, 15, Kelso, 
Roxburiensis. 



Jacobus Reid, 17, Kirkwall, 

Orkney. 
Gulielmus Paterson, 17, 

Hackney, Middlesex. 
Stanley Avery, 17, Tyne- 

mouth, Northumbria. 
David Bell, 16, Alnwick, 

Northimbriae. 
Jacobus F. G. WilliamsoDy 

21, St Andrews, Fife. 
Jacobus Wallace, 17, Brake, 

Fifensis. 
Carolus Wilson, 16, Mark- 
inch, Fifeshire. 
Christopherus Storrar, 18, 

Lathrisk, Fifensis. 
Magnus Sandison, 15, Cold- 

ingham, Berwickensis. 
Carolus B. Macdonald, 16, 

Nigaria Falls, Ontario. 
Jacobus Inglis, Cupar, Fif- 
ensis. 
Adamus Thomson Land- 

reth, 17, Kilmarnock, 

Ayrshire. 
Alexander Duff, 17, Salen, 

Mull, Argyleshire. 
Jacobus Simpson G. Wilson, 

17, Kennoway, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M 'Galium, 16, Crieff, 

Perthshire. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Thomas R. Rodger, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Myles Crombie, 17, St 

Cuthburtus,Edenburgensis. 



Andreas Clark, 16, Dollar, 

Clackmannanensis. 
Joannes Miller, 45, Easie, 

Perthshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1872 



Ludovicus A. Tovani, 20, 

Ardoch, Perthshire. 
Alexander Isdale Burnside, 

15, Falkland, Fife. 
Gulielmus Wood, 15, An- 

struther, Fifensis. 
Laurentius Tuttiett, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Douglas G. Barron, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Andreanus Anderson, 19, 

Torryburn, Fifeshire. 
Joannes F. Cameron, 17, 

Fettercairn, Kincardin- 

ensis. 
Alexander Black, 17, Cupar, 

Fifeshire. 
Carolus W. Z. Mayes, 17, 

Calcutta, India. 
Josephus Low, 23, Balmer- 

ino, Fifeshire. 
Gulielmus Wilson, 20, St 

Ninians, Stirlinensis. 
Alexander Penney, ig, Cul- 

ross, Perthensis. 
Joannes Readdie, 29, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alexander Birrell, 18, Dollar, 

Clackmannanensis. 
Georgius B. Hamilton, 16, 

Callander, Perthensis. 
William E. Smith, 17, 

Barony, Lanark. 
Thomas Hunt, 17, Kinnoull, 

Perthensis. 
William L. Craig, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



Jacobus Menzies, 16, Aber- 
feldy, Perthshire. 

Eduardus R. Udny, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Thomas R. Thom, 16, 'Crieff, 
Perthshire. 

Walter J. Leslie, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Georgius M. Walker, 17, 
£rail, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus F. Gourlay, 16, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Joannes L. Stuart, 17, 
Taodunensis, Angusi- 
ensis. 

David Methven, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes Pitcairn, 17, Moni- 
mail, Fifensis. 

Andreas Miller, 19, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

George Lees, 16, Ceres, 
Fifensis. 

Franciscus Powell, 17, India, 
India. 

Jacobus Buchanan, 23, 
Dunfermlinensis, Fifensis. 

Joannes Stewart, 23, Coupar- 
Angus, Perthensis. 

David M*Farlane, 16, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Georgius Smart, 24, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Josephus Johnston, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Gulielmus Salmond, 23, Kin- 
noull, Perthshire. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



183 



David Paterson, 28, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
Johnstone Mitchell, 15, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 



Alexander Ritchie, 17, Car- 
gill, Perthensis. 

James S. Orchar, 18, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Robertus Stewart, 18, Kil- 
spindie, Perthensis. 

James F. Butter, 18, Kirk- 
michael, Perthensis. 

Robert Mackintosh, 18, 
Duirinish, Invernesi- 
ensis. 

Jacobus Panton, 23, Tayport, 
Fifeshire. 

Steuartius Burns, 17, Dun- 
dee, Anguniensis. 

Gulielmus Low, 21, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Gualterus Burt, 23, Wemyss, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Laing, 18, Cameron, 
Fifensis. 

Valkerus Milne, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Jacobus B. Butter, 20, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexr. M. Brown, 19, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Duncan, 17, Inch- 
ture, Perthensis. 

Robertus M. Murray, 17, 



Fettercairn, Kincardin- 
iensis. 

Joannes Sharpe, 24, Falk- 
land, Fifensis. 

Alex. M. Forbes, ig, Dull, 
Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Matthew, ig, 
Logie, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Birrell, 21, Abbots- 
hall, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Boyd, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Armstrong, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

W. J. Tennant, 20, Edin- 
burgh. 

George K. Smith, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Jacobus Buchan, 23, Fraser- 
burgh, Aberdeeniensis. 

Jacobus G. Petrie, 23, Tao- 
dunum, Angusiensis. 

Joannes M'Kenzie, 22, Kirk- 
michael, BanfTensis. 

Joannes M'Laren, 28, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



David H. Lawrence, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Andrew Wilson, 21, Green- 
law, Berwickensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1872 



Robt. Carr Burnett, 21, 

Skene, Aberdeenshire. 
Thomas Pryde, 21, Kilmany, 

Fifensis. 
Dav. CouU, 33, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Hardie, 18, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 
Robt. Tennent Cunningham, 

20, Taodunum, Angus- 

iensis. 
Robertus Philp, 18, Largo, 

Fifensis. 
Josephus S. Finlayson, 23, 

Perthensis, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus J. Macdonald, 20, 

Huntly, Aberdoniensis. 
Joannes Cameron, 19, Glen- 

ofchy, Argatheliensis. 
Patricus R. Mackay, 18, 

Latheron, Caithnessiensis. 
Robertus Kinnis, 25, Kenno- 

way, Fifensis. 
Christopherus Beaumont, 26, 

Biggar, Lanarkensis. 



Joannes A. Black, 20, Tao- 
dunum, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Proudfoot, 20, 
Leuchars, Fifensis. 

David Cameron, 17, Glen- 
orchy, Argatheliensis. 

Robertus Munro, 19, Strathy, 
Sutherlandensis. 

David W. Muir, 23, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Thomas Young, 23, Gala- 
shiels, Selkirkensis. 

Henry L. Dick, 19, Tweeds- 
muir, Peebles. 

Alexander Lavvson, 20, Cul- 
ross, Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Robertson, ig, 
Lethendy, Perthensis. 

Arturus W. Wotherspoon, 
19, Kilspindie, Perthiensis. 

Alexander Thom, 19, Crieff, 
Perthensis. 

Guilielmus G. Rhetorfortis, 
19, Newlands, Peebles- 
shire. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Carolus Durward, 22, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardinensis. 

Gulielmus Duff, 31, Logie- 
rait, Perthensis. 

Henricus J. Wotherspoon, 
22, Kilspindie, Perthensis. 

Jacobus Barnard, 21, In- 
vertiel, Fifensis. 

Joannes A. Honey, 23, Inch- 
ture, Perthensis. 



Gulielmus Smith, 26, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Josephus Brown, 23, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes M'Ewen, 21, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 
Petrus Lyall, 19, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Thomas D. Miller, 21, Perth, 

Perthensis. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



»85 



Nigellus Campbell, 22, Foss, 

Perthensis. 
Petrus A. Anton, 22, Inver- 

gowrie, Angusiensis. 
Alexander Dishart, 23, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes C. Dick, Tweeds- 

muir, Peeblensis. 
Stewartus Galloway, 25, 

Orwell, Kinross. 
Robertas Armstrong, 24, 

Edinburgh, Edinensis. 
Thomas W. Smith, 21, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



Robertus K. MoncriefiF, 25, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Alexr. R. Gibson, 28, LifiF, 
Perthensis. 

Alexr. Spence, 26, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Joannes M. MoncriefiF, 23, 
Arbroath, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Hunter, 24, Buck- 
haven, Fifensis. 

Alexander Keith Ramsay, 23, 
Crieff, Perthensis. 

Georgius J. Birrell, 22, Ceres, 
Fifiensis. 



1 873- 1 874. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



David C. Banks, 16, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus H. Winter, 14, 

Dyke, Moraviensis. 
Robertus J. Davidson, 15, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
David Scotland, 24, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Henry, 19, Moni- 

fieth, Angusiensis. 
Robertus J. P. Wilson, 17, 

Edinburgh, Edinensis. 
Gulielmus B. Strachan, 17, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 
Arthurius Lawrie, 16, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardinensis. 



Gulielmus Green, 20, King- 
horn, Fifeshire. 

Malcolmus Drummond, 16, 
Dunkeld, Perthensis. 

Henricus [M.] Drummond, 

15, Dunkeld, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Hay, 15, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 

Henricus Buchan, 16, Cam- 
eron, Fifensis. 

Alexander A. Mitchell, 17, 
Brechin, Forfarsis. 

Christopherus N. Johnston, 

16, Kincardine, Perthensis. 
Thomas Adamson, 14, 

Grangemouth, Stirling. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[i373 



Gulielmus Maclachlan, 17, 
Edinburgh, Edinensi- 
ensis. 

Gulliemus Morton, 15, Cam- 
eron, Fife. 

Gulielmus Philp, 15, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

David Thom, 15, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

Georgius Hunter, 17, 
Weemyss, Fifensis. 

Lesslie Newbigin, 15, Aln- 
wick, Northumberland. 

Carolus Grant, 17, at sea. 

Frank Russell Burn, 15, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Gualterus Rutherford, 16, 
Crailing, Roxburghensis. 

Ronald Burn, 17, St 



Gulielmus Cox, 18, Maitland, 

Hants County. 
Stocks Millar, 15, Logic, 

Fifensis. 
Eduards Ridsdale Burgess, 

17, Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Millar, 16, Logic, 

Fifensis. 
Andrew M*Kenzie, 17, Green- 
law, Berwickshire. 
Gulielmus Monro, 16, Largo, 

Fifensis. 
Neil Mackay, 20, Tongue, 

Sutherlandensis. 
Hume F. Chancellor, ig, 

Liberton, Lanarkshire. 
Jacobus M. Andrew, 17, 

Mains, Angusiensis. 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Joannis K. Duff, 18, Aber- 

feldy, Perthensis. 
Petrus Nicholson, 16, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus Duncan, 15, Crail, 

Fifensis. 
Robertus H. Falconer, 17, 

Ferry -Port -on -Craig, Fif- 
ensis. 
John Morrison, 17, Logie- 

Pert, Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus C. Anderson, 16, 

Epworth (Hawick), Rox- 

buriensis. 
Archibaldus Menzies, 18, 

Aberfeldiae, Perthensis. 



Gulielmus Symon, ig, Stir- 
ling, Sterlinensis. 

Joannes Cook, 18, Tayport, 
Fifeshire. 

Jacobus G. Fothringham, 16, 
Cupar, Fifeshire. 

Jacobus S. G. Wilson, 
18, Markinch, Fife- 
shire. 

Franciscus D. O. Wolfe 
Murray, ig, Eddleston, 
Peeblensis. 

Joannes Leask, 16, Stirling, 
Sterlinensis. 

David Anderson, 17, Pan- 
bride, Angusiensis. 



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187 



Colin Bent Phillip, 17, Ken- 
sington, Middlesex. 

Carolus Wilson, 17, Mark- 
inch, Fifeshire. 

Alexander Duif, 18, Salen, 
Argatheliensis. 

Jacobus F. G. Williamson, 
22, St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Henry M. B. Reid, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Carolus B. Macdonald, 17, 

Chicago, Illinois. 
Arthurius Hamilton Baynes, 

19, Hampstead, Middlesex. 
Franciscus TuUoch, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Adam T. Landreth, 18, 

Cupar-Fife, Fifensis. 
Magnus Sandison, 16, Cold- 

ingham, Berwickensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



David M'Farlane, 17, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Alexander I. Burnside, 16, 
Falkland, Fifensis. 

Georgius Smart, 25, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Alexander Ritchie, 18, Car- 
gill, Perthensis. 

Andreas Clark, 17, Dollar, 
Clackmannanensis. 

Andreas Anderson, 20, Torry- 
burn, Fifensis. 

James Menzies, 17, Dull, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus Myles Crombie, 18, 
S. Cuthbertus, Edenburg- 
ensis. 

Gulielmus L. Craig, 18, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Andreas Miller, 20, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

Joannes F. Cameron, 18, 
Fettercairn, Kincardin- 
ensis. 



Josephus Low, 24, Balmer- 

ino, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Wood, 17, An- 

struther, Fifensis. 
Alexander Birrell, ig. Dollar, 

Clackmannanensis. 
Walter J. Leslie, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Johannes Stewart, 24, 

Coupar-Angus, Perthensis. 
Josephus Johnston, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Gulielmus F. Gourlay, 17, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Salmond, 24, Kin- 

noull, Perthensis. 
Thomas Hunt, 18, Kinnoull, 

Perthensis. 
Douglas G. Barron, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Georgius M. Walker, 18, 

Crail, Fifensis. 
Johnstonus Mitchell, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1873 



Joannes L. Stuart, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarensis. 

Thomas R. Rodger, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

David Paterson, 28, Perth, 
Perthshire. 



Joannes Readdie, 30, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Buchanan, 24, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Orchar, ig, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Jacobus F. Butter, 19, Blair- 
gowrie, Perthensis. 

Jacobus G. Petrie, 24, Tao- 
dunum, Angusiensis. 

Steuartius Burns, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Birrell, 22, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 

Alexander M. Brown, 20, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Boyd, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Valkerus Milne, 20, Tao- 
dunum, Angusiensis. 

Alexander M. Forbes, 20, 
Dull, Perthensis. 

Robertus Stewart, 19, Kil- 
spindie, Perthensis. 

Georgius K. Smith, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Jacobus Armstrong, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes Hardie, 19, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 



Jacobus Buchan, 24, Fraser- 
burgh, Aberdeeniensis. 

Joannes Laing, 19, Cameron, 
Fifensis. 

Robertus M. Murray, 18, Fet- 
tercairn, Kincardiniensis. 

David W. Muir, 25, Forfar, 
Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Panton, 24, Tayport, 
Fifensis. 

Robertus Philp, 19, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Matthew, 20, 
Logie, Fifensis. 

John M*Laren, Dundee, For- 
farshire. 

Andreas Gourlay, 39, An- 
struther, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Low, 22, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes Sharpe, 25, Falk- 
land, Fifensis. 

Jacobus B. Butter, 21, Tao- 
dunum, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Thomas Pryde, 23, Kilmany, Carolus Durward, 23, Mary- 
Fifensis. kirk, Kincardinensis. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



189 



Alexander Lawson, 21, Cul- 
ross, Perthensis. 

Alexander Spence, 27, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Robertson, 20, 
Lethendy, Perthensis. 

Joannes Hunter, 25, Wemyss, 
Fifensis. 

Henricus J. Wotherspoon, 
23, Kilspindie, Perthensis. 

Joannes S. Robertson, 23, 
Kinnaird, Perthensis. 

Josephus Brown, 24, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Joannes MacEwen, 22, Dyke, 
Moraviensis. 

Stewartus Galloway, 26, Or- 
well, Kinross. 

Robertus C. Burnett, 22, 
Echt, Aberdonensis. 

Henricus L. Dick, 20, 
Tweedsmuir, Peebles. 

Nigellus Campbell, 23, Foss, 
Perthensis. 

Joannes A. Black, 21, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Joannes C. Dick, 23, Tweeds- 
muir, Peebliensis. 
Petrus Lyall, 20, Logic, 

Fifensis. 
Thomas D. Miller, 22, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Dav. Coull, 32, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Arthur W. Wotherspoon, 20, 

Kilspindie, Perthensis. 
Petrus Anton, 23, Liff and 

Benvie, Angusiensis. 
David Cameron, 18, Glen- 

orchy, ArguUienis. 
Joannes M. Moncrieff, 24, 

Arbroath, Angusiensis. 
George K. Heughan, 23, Urr, 

Kirkcudbrightensis. 
Robertus T. Cunningham, 21, 

Taodunum, Angusiensis. 
Alexander K. Ramsay, 24, 

Crieff, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Proudfoot, 21, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Georgius J. Birrell, 23, 

Ceres, Fifensis. 



1874-1875. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Joannes G. M'Vitie, 15, 
Liverpool, Lancashire. 

Robertus T. Hill, 15, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Dowie, 16, Kem- 
back, Fifensis. 



Evanus Ross, 16, Ardersier, 

Invernessensis. 
John Mackinnon, 15, Strath, 

Invernessiensis. 
Donald Alexander M'Neill, 19, 

Tongue, Sutherlandshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1874 



Duncanus Menzies, 20, Aber- 

feldy, Perthensis. 
Alexander Westwater, 27, 

Lochgelly, Fifenisis. 
Archibaldus Watson, 16, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Strachan, 17, Dun- 

nichen, Angusiensis. 
Joannes G. A. Dow, 16, 

Cameron, Fifensis. 
Eduvardus Morrison, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
George W. Walker, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Richardus S. Ritchie, 15, 

Cameron, Fifensis. * 
Carolus J. Ritchie, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Kaye, 18, Perthensis, 

Perthensis. 
Davidus L. Taylor, 15, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Joannes C. Miller, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Henderson, 15, Dol- 
lar, Clackmannanensis. 
Joannes Yule, 22, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Cram, 16, Dollar, 

Clackmannanensis. 
Gulielmus Taylor, 55, Leith, 

Midlothian. 
Maxwell J. Wright, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Joannes A. Grant, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Walter S. Moon, 17, Spring- 
field, Fifensis. 



Thomas Sinton, 19, Kin- 
gussie, Invernessensis. 

Edmund Hay Barclay, 15, 
Arngask, Perthensis, 

Jacobus Morrison, 18, Kirrie- 
muir, Angusiensis. 

Norman Walker, 16, Penn, 
Staffordshire. 

Gulielmus Bayne, 16, Cam- 
eron, Fifensis. 

Robertus Spence, 16, Moni- 
mail, Fifensis. . 

Gulielmus Ewing, 15, 
Leuchars, Fifensis. 

Joannes Scott, 16, Kelso, 
Roxburgh. 

Gulielmus Duncan, 25, New 
Pitsligo, Aberdeenensis. 

T. Mackenzie, 15, London, 
Middlesex. 

Jacobus Wilson, 16, Berwick, 
Northumberland. 

Jacobus Williamson, 15, 
Greenlaw, Berwickensis. 

Jacobus M'Reath, 15, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Williamson, 17, 
Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

Richd. L. Stowe, 16, CardiflF, 
Glamorgan. 

George Silver, 16, London, 
Middlesex. 

James Paterson, 15, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus L. Govan, 16, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Kenneth C. Bairnsfather, 16, 
Rescobie, Angusiensis. 



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Thomas H. Bairnsfather, 15, 
Rescobie, Angusiensis. 

David Blyth, 19, Newburgh, 
Fifensis. 

John Fisher, 16, Pitlochrie, 
Perthensis. 



Joannes M'lntyre, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alexander Blyth, 31, Creich, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus Mack, 31, Scoonie, 

Fifensis. 



Robertas Thomson, 16, Gilmerton, Fifeshire. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Christopher N. Johnston, 17, 
Tulliallan, Perthensis. 

Georgius Hunter, 18, 
Wemyss, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Philp, 16, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

Nigellus Mackay, 21, Tongue, 
Sutherlandensis. 

Gulielmus Gireen, 21, King- 
horn, Fifeensis. 

David C. Banks, 17, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Robertus J. Davidson, 16, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus H. Winter, Dyke, 
Moraviensis. 

David Scotland, 25, Perth- 
ensis, Perthensis. 

Arthurius Lawrie, 17, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardinensis. 

Gulielmus Hay, 16, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 



David Thom, 16, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus B. Strachan, 18, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 
Alexander A. Mitchell, 18, 

Brechin, Angusiensis. 
Malcolm Drummond, 17, 

Dunkeld, Perthensis. 
Henricus M. Drummond, 16, 

Dunkeld, Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Morton, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Millar, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Henry, Monifieth, 

Forfarshire. 
Henricus Buchan, 17, Cam- 
eron, Fifensis. 
Andreas M'Kenzie, 18, 

Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 
Gulielmus B. Carmichael, 

21, Kettins, Perthensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Gulielmus C. Anderson, 17, 
Epworth, Lincolensis. 



Gulielmus Symon, 19, Stir- 
ling, Sterlinensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1874 



Joannes K. DufiF, 19, Aber- 

feldy, Perthensis. 
Archibaldus Menzies, 19, 

Aberfeldy, Perthensis. 
Joannes Morrison, 18, Logie- 

Pert, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus G. Fothringham, 17, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Robertus H. Falconer, 18, 

Ferry- Port -on -Craig, Fif- 
ensis. 
Joannes Cook, 19, Ferry- 

Port-on-Craig, Fifensis. 
Henricus M. B. Reid, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 



Jacobus S. G. Wilson, 19, 
Leven, Fifensis. 

Jacobus F. G. Williamson, 
23, Sancti Andree, Fif- 
ensis. 

Joannes Leask, 17, Stirling, 
Sterlinensis. 

Adamus T. Landreth, 19, 
Cupar-Fifensis, Fifensis. 

Colinus B. Phillip, 19, Ken- 
sington, Middlesex. 

A. H. Baynes, 20, Hamp- 
stead, Middlesex. 

Joannes Miller, 22, Falkirk, 
Sterlinensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Jacobus Myles Crombie, 19, 
Sancti Cuthberti, Eden- 
burgensis. 

David Paterson, 29, Perth- 
ensis, Perthense. 

Johannes Stewart, 25, 
Coupar - Angus, Perth- 
ensis. 

Gulielmus Wood, 18, An- 
strutherensis, Fifensis. 

Andreas Miller, 21, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

Andreas Clark, 18, Dollar, 
Clackmannanensis. 

Gualterus Burt, 25, Wemyss, 
Fifensis. 

Jacobus Buchanan, 25, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

David M'Farlane, 18, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 



Gulielmus L. Craig, 19, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Alexander Ritchie, 19, Car- 
gill, Perthensis. 
Robertus Armstrong, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alexander Isdale Bumside, 

17, Falkland, Fife. 
Joannes Laing, 20, Cameron, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus Menzies, 18, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Josephus Low, 25, Bal- 

merino, Fifensis. 
Alexander Birrell, 20, Dollar, 

Clackmannanensis. 
James Armstrong, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Johannes F. Cameron, 19, Fet- 

tercairn, Kincardinensis. 




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Joannes Sharpe, 26, Falk- 
land, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Salmond, 25, 
Kinnoull, Perthensis. 

Douglas G. Barron, 

20, St Andrews, Fif- 
ensis. 

Georgius M. Walker, 19, 
Crail, Fifensis. 

Robertus Philp, 20, Largo, 
Fifensis. 



John McLaren, 28, Dundee, 

Angunienses. 
Johnstone Mitchell, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
George Smart, 26, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Thomas Young, 25, Selkirk, 

Selkirk.! 
Robertus Milne Murray, 20, 

Fettercairn , Kincardini- 

ensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Alexander Lawson, 22, Cul- 

ross, Perthensis. 
Robertus Carr Burnett, 23, 

Echt, Aberdeenshire. 
Nigellus Campbell, 24, Foss, 

Perthensis. 
Gulielmus Robertson, 21, 

Lethendy, Perthensis. 
Gualkerus Milne, 21, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Proudfoot, 22, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Thomas D. Miller, 23, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Jacobus J. Birrell, 23, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 
David Cameron, 19, Glen- 

orchy, Argyll. 
Thomas Pryde, 24, Kilmany, 

Fifensis. 
Laurentius Tuttiett, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifeensis. 



Petrus Lyall, 21, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Robertus Stewart, 20, Kil- 

spindie, Perthensis. 
Andreas Gourlay, 40, An- 

struther, Fifensis. 
Henricus L. Dick, 21, 

Tweedsmuir, Peeblensis. 
David CouU, 33, Logie, 

Fifeenses. 
Jacobus B. Butter, 22, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Josephus S. Finlayson, 25, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Joannes A. Black, 22, Tao- 

dunum, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Thomson, 26, Skene, 

Aberdenensis. 
Gulielmus Matthew, 21, 

Logie, Fifensis. 
David W. Muir, 26, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



Josephus Brown, 25, Dundee, Angusiensis. 

^ This name has been deleted. 
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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1875 



1 875- 1 876. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Petrus Dow, 20, Kinclaven, 
Perth. 

Robertus H. Miller, 21, 
Perth, Perthensis, 

Georgius Park, 17, Kirk- 
andrews-on-Esk, Cumber- 
land. 

Georgius Davidson, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alexr. Ramsay, 18, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Robertus Somers, 18, Col- 
lessie, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus T. W. Lowe, 21, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardin- 
ensis. 

David Elder, Preston Hall, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Charles S. Grace, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Allan Mill, 24, Collessie, 
Fifensis. 

Jacobus Thomson, 15, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

David Ramsay, 20, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

James MacReath, 17, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

James Edward, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Paterson, 15, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Georgius Lowson, 18, Dun- 

nichen, Forfarshire. 
George Geekie, 21, West 

Ferry, Forfarshire. 
George Winter, 39, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Gulielmus Carstairs, 17, 

Duirinish, Inverness. 
Robertus Begg, 16, E. India, 

India. 
Thomas Wilson, 27, An- 

struther, Fifensis. 
Georgius Gordon, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Marcus Ashton, 17, Dids- 

bury, Lancastris. 
Alfred Adie, 16, Delting, 

Shetlandensis. 
Robertus Laing, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Hugo Fergusson, St Andrews, 

Fifinsis. 
Gulielmus Robertson, 24, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Colin Wilson, 17, Markinch, 

Fifinsis. 
Gulielmus MacKinnon, 15, 

Strath, Inverness. 
William R. Fortune, 17, 

Crail, Fifensis. 
William F. Lindesay, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



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Robertus Mitchell, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Andreas Adamus Hutton, 
24, Dunbar, Hadding- 
tonshire. 

Gulielmus Traill, St Ola, 
Orcadensis. 

Robertus Inglis, 16, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Cyril Walker, 15, Wolver- 
hampton, Stafford. 



Joannes Alicius Haig, 18, 
Markinch, Fifensis. 

Aeneas Johannes Galbraith, 
20, Whitehaven, Cumber- 
land. 

Joannes A. St Clair, 16, 
Perth, Perthensis. 

William J. Kerr, 22, Cor- 
wen, Merioneth. 

Ludivicus Ree, 14, Forfar, 
Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Richardus S. Ritchie, 16, 
Cameron, Fifensis. 

J. Carolus Miller, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeensis. 

Joannes Strachan, 18, Dun- 
nichen, Angusiensis. 

Joannes G. A. Dow, 17, 
Cameron, Fifeensis. 

Duncanus Menzies, 22, Aber- 
feldy, Perthensis. 

Robertus T. Hill, 16, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Thomas Sinton, 20, Kin- 
gussie, Invernessensis. 

Carolus J. Ritchie, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeensis. 

Archibaldus Watson, 17, 
Dundee^ Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Dowie, 17, Kem- 
back, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Bayne, 17, Cam- 
eron, Fifensis. 



Joannes Williamson, 18, 

Glasgow, Lanarkensis. 
Jacobus Morrison, 19, Kirrie- 
muir, Angusiensis. 
John Mackinnon, 17, Strath, 

Invernesshire. 
Maxwell J. Wright, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Jacobus Kaye, 18, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Cram, 17, Dollar, 

Clackmannanensis. 
Jacobus F. Aikman, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Edmundus Hay Barclay, 16, 

Arngask, Perthensis. 
Thomas H. Bairnsfather, 15, 

Rescobie, Angusiensis. 
John Campbell Shairp, 17, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Thomas Mackenzie, 16, 

London, Middlesex. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1875 



Alexander Blyth, 32, Creich, 

Fifeensis. 
David Blyth, 20, Newburgh, 

Fifensis. 
Alexander Westwater, 27, 

Lochgelly, Fifeshire. 
Eduardus Morrison, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David Taylor, 16, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Donald Alexander M'Neill, 



20, Tongue, Sutherland- 

ensis. 
I James Alexr. Williamson, 

16, Greenlaw, Berwick- 

ensis. 
Evan Ross, 17, Ardersier, 

Invernessiensis. 
John Yule, 23, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Kenneth C. Bairnsfather, 17, 

Rescobie, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Nigellus Mackay, 22, 
Tongue, Sutherlandensis. 

Joannes Clarkius, 19, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Alexander Duff, 20, Salen, 
Argatheliensis. 

Jacobus Mackintosh, 17, 
Duffus, Elginensis. 

Johannes Macdonaldus Mac- 
kay, 19, Latheron, Caith- 
nesiensis. 

Gulielmus Green, 22, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 

Arthurius Lawrie, 18, Fet- 
tercairn, Kincardinensis. 

Gulielmus Philp, 17, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

Alexander Arnot Mitchell, 
18, Brechin, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Buchanan 

Strachan, 19, Langholm, 
Dumfriesensis. 



Henricus Buchan, 18, Am- 

gask, Fifensis. 
David Thom, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensig. 
David Scotland, 26, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Robertus J. Davidson, 17, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
David C. Banks, 18, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Winter, 16, Dyke, 

Moraviensis. 
Jacobus M. Dixon, 19, Ayr, 

Airensis. 
Gulielmus Hay, 17, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Georgius Hunter, 19, 

Wemyss, Fifiensis. 
Wm. B. Carmichael, 22, 

Kettins, Forfarshire. 
Jacobus T. Cathcart, 17, 

Newburgh, Fifensis. 



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Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Gulielmus C. Anderson, 18, 

Epworth, Lincolnensis. 
Robertus H. Falconer, 19, 

Tay Port, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Symon, 20, Stir- 
ling, Sterlinensis. 
Robertus Armstrong, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Cameron, 22, Glen- 

orchia, Argatheliensis. 
Jacobus Armstrong, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Cook, 20, Tay Port, 

Fifensis. 
Archibaldus Menzies, 20, 

Aberfeldiae, Perthensis. 
Jacobus G. Fothringham, 18, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
Joannes Laing, 21, Cameron, 

Fifensis. 
Andreas Anderson, 22, Torry- 

burn, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Wood, 19, An- 

struther, Fifensis. 
Joannes M'Kenzie, 25, Kirk- 

michael, Banffshire. 



Joannes K. Duff, 20, Aber- 

feldy, Perthensis. 
Henricus M. B. Reid, 19, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus S. G. Wilson, 20, 

Markinch, Fifensis. 
Jacobus F. G. Williamson, 

24, Saint Andrews, Fif- 
ensis. 
David M*Farlane, 19, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis! 
Joannes Leask, Stirling, 

Sterlinensis. 
Joannes Morrison, Logie- 

Pert, Angusiensis. 
Joannes M'Diarmid, Ran- 

noch, Perthensis. 
Joannes Miller, Falkirk, 

Sterlinensis. 
Joannes F. Cameron, 20, 

Fettercairn, Kincardin- 

ensis. 
Adam T. Landreth, 20, 

Cupar- Fife, Fifeshire, 
Gulielmus Matthew, 22, 

Logie, Fifeshire. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Thomas D. Miller, 24, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Petrus Lyall, 22, Logie, 

Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Proudfoot, 23, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 



Josephus S. Finlayson, 26, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Alexander Lawson, 23, Cul- 

ross, Perthensis. 
Thomas Pryde, 25, Kilmany, 

Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1875 



Douglas G. Barron, 21, St 
Andrews, Fifinsis. 

Andrew Miller, 22, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

Alexander Ritchie, 20, Car- 
gill, Perthensis. 

Thomas Armstrong, 20, 
Newhaven, Edinensis. 

Robertus Carr Burnett, 
24, Echt, Aberdon- 
ensis. 

Josephus Low, 26, Bal- 
merino, Fifensis. 

Robertus Stewart, 21, Kil- 
spindie, Perthensis. 

David CouU, 33, Logie, 
Fifensis. 

Jacobus J. Birrell, 24, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 

Gualkerus Milne, 22, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Myles Crombie, 20, 



Sancti Cuthberti, Edin- 

burgensis. 
David Cameron, 20, Glen- 

orchy, ArguUiensis. 
Jacobus Thomson, 27, Skene, 

Aberdonenis. 
Jacobus Mackay, 24, Bridge 

of Allan, Stirlingensis. 
Joannes Stewart, 26, Coupar- 

Angus, Perthensis. 
Jacobus M. Reekie, A.M., 

27, Cupar, Fifensis. 
Robertus Macmillan, 25, 

Glasgow, Lanarkenses. 
Joannes A. Black, 23, 

Taoduni, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Sharp, 26, Falk- 
land, Fifensis. 
David W. Muir, 27, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
David Paterson, 30, Perth, 

Perthensis. 



1876- 1877. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Gulielmus Traill, 15, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Matthew H. Speedie, 15, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
David R. Dow, 16, Liff and 

Benvie, Angusiensis. 
Alvan Millson, 15, Halifax, 

Yorkshire. 



Roger Kirkpatrick, 17, Ban- 
galore, India. 

Jacobus A. Armitage, 19, 
Casterton, Westmoreland. 

Edwardus Armitage, 17, 
Casterton, Westmoreland. 

Robertus C. Buist, 16, St 
Mary's, Angusiensis. 



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Easton S. Valentine, 18, Joannes Scott, 15, Gifford- 



Dundee, Angusiensis. 

David Kydd, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Petrus B. Crowley, 19, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Galielmus Gibb, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Thomas H. Smith, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Thomson Chiene Shepherd, 
15, North Berwick, Had- 
dington. 

Hugo D. M'lntyre, 16, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Macqueen, 22, 
Dunfermline, Fifensis. 

Joannes Eaton, 16, Mary- 
kirk, Kincardinensis. 

Robertus Anderson, 17, 
Ceres, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Watson, 16, Kem- 
back, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Christie Johnson, 20, 
Ferry- Port-on-Craig, Fif- 
ensis. 

John M'Cowan, 24, Ardna- 
murchan, Argyll. 

Robertus Forgan, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



town, Fifensis. 

Henricus Armstrong, 14, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus A. Duthie, 17, Dol- 
lar, Clackmannanehsis. 

L. William Bod^, 16, Dol- 
lar, Clackmannanensis. 

Jacobus Bannerman, 26, St 
Martins, Perthensis. 

Joannes Inglis, 22, Leuchars, 
Fifensis. 

Magnus M. Mowat, 21, 
Latheron, Caithness. 

Alfred Aikman, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes Allen Allen, 43, 
Bath, Somerset. 

Robertus Heddle, 15, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robert S. Hall, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Gulielmus Sutherland, 19, 
Strathy, Sutherlandensis. 

Robertus Thomson, 17, Kil- 
brandon, Argatheliensis. 

Alexander Stookes, 16, Liver- 
pool, Lancashire. 

Jacobus Nicoll, 16, Forfar, 
Angusiensis. 



Jacobus H. Oswald, 19, Markinch, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Georgius Gordon, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M*Reath, 18, Largo, 

Fifensis. 



Georgius Lowson, 19, Dun- 
nichen, Angusensis. 

Georgius Geekie, 22, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1876 



Robertas Somers, 19, Col- 
lessie, Fifensis. 

Georgius Park, 18, Kirk- 
andrews-on-Esk, Cumber- 
land. 

Alexander Ramsay, 19, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Davidson, 21, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Louis R6e, 15, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

Gulielmus T. W. Lowe, 
22, Laurencekirk, Kin- 
cardinensis. 

Jacobus Edward, 21, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Angus John Galbraith, 21, 
Halifax, Yorkshire. 

Petrus Dow, 21, Kinclaven, 
Perthshire. 



David Elder, 16, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
James Thomson, 16, Dundee, 

Forfariensis. 
Gulielmus Robertson, 25, 

Dundee, Forfariensis. 
Gulielmus Mackinnon, 16, 

Strath, Invernessensis. 
Robertus Hugh Miller, 22, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Alfred Adie, 17, Delting, 

Zetlandensis. 
Andreas Adamus Hutton, 

Rawyards, Lanarkshire. 
Gulielmus Carstairs, 18, 

Duirinish, Inverness. 
Allan Mill, 24, Collessie, 

Fifensis. 
William J. Kerr, 24, Cor- 

wen, Merioneth. 



John A. St Clair, 17, Perth, Perthensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Ricardus S. Ritchie, 17, 
Cameron, Fifensis. 

J. Carolus Miller, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Dowie, 18, Kem- 
back, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Bayne, 18, Cam- 
eron, Fifensis. 

Carolus J. Ritchie, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Morrison, 20, Kirrie- 
muir, Angusiensis. 

David L. Taylor, 17, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 



I Arthurus Smith, 22, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
; Joannes Strachan, 19, Dun- 

nichen, Angusiensis. 
Alexander Westwater, 28, 

Lochgelly, Fifensis. 
Duncanus Menzies, 23, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
\ Joannes Henry, 22, Moni- 

fieth, Angusiensis. 
I Archibaldus Watson, 18, 
I Glasgow, Angusiensis. 
i Maxwell J. Wright, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



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201 



Joannes Yule, St Andrews, 
Fifensis. 

Jacobus A. Williamson, 17, 
Greenlaw, Berwickensis. 

Thomas Sinton, 21, Kin- 
gussie, Invernessensis. 

Joannes Cram, 18, Dollar, 
Clackmannanensis. 



Edmund Hay Barclay, 17, 

Arngask, Perthensis. 
Donaldus A. McNeill, 22, 

Tongue, Sutherlandensis. 
Eduardus Morrison, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Campbell Shairp, 

18, St Andrews, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Joannes Clark, 20, Dunferm- 
line, Fifensis. 

Nigellus Mackay,23, Tongue, 
Sutherlandensis. 

Gulielmus Philp, 18, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

Georgius Hunter, 20, 
Wemyss, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Mackintosh, 18, 
Elgin, Elginensis. 

Gulielmus Green, 23, King- 
horn, Fifenses. 

Alexander Duff, 21, Salen, 
Argatheliensis. 

Robertus J. Davidson, 18, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Arthur Lawrie, 19, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardinensis. 

David C. Banks, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 



Gulielmus H. Winter, 17, 

Dyke, Moraviensis. 
Gulielmus Hay, 18, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Macdonald Mackay, 20, 

Latheron, Caithnessiensis. 
Henry R. Buchan, 19, Arn- 
gask, Fifensis. 
David Scotland, 27, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
David Thom, 18, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus G. Fothringham, 19, 

Cupar, Fifensis. 
James Main Dixon, 20, Ayr, 

Airensis. 
William B. Strachan, 20, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 
Jacobus F.G.Williamson, 25, 

Sancti Andreae, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Andreas Miller, 23, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

David W. Muir, 29, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 



Joseph S. Finlayson, 27, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Joannes Stewart, 27, Coupar- 

Angus, Perthensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1876 



Alexander Lawson, 24, Cul- 
ross, Perthensis. 

David Paterson, 30, Perth- 
ensis, Perthensis. 

Josephus Low, 27, Bal- 
merino, Fifensis. 

David CouU, 53, Logie, 
Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Robertson, 23, 
Lethendy, Perthensis. 

Thomas Armstrong, 21, St 
Andrew's, Edinensis. 

John Cameron, 23, Glen- 
orchy, Argatheliensis. 

Carolus B. Ross, 20, Cleish, 
Kinross. 

David M*Farlane, 20, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Walker Milne, 23, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Robertas Stewart, 22, Kil- 
spindie, Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Low, 25, New- 
port, Fifensis. 



Joannes Morrison, 20, Logie- 

Pert, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Myles Crombie, 21, 

Sancti Cuthberti, Edin- 

burgensis. 
Henricus M. B. Reid, 20^ 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes F. Cameron, 21^ 

Fettercairn, Kincardin- 

ensis. 
Henricus L. Dick, 24^ 

Tweedsmuir, Peebleensis. 
Joannes Sharp, 28, Falk- 
land, Fifensis. 
Jacobus J. Birrell, 25, Ab- 

botshall, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Reekie, 27, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David Cameron, 21, Glen- 

orchy, Argulliensis. 
Jacobus B. Butter, 24, Glen- 

isla, Angusiensis. 
Joannes A. Black, 24, Tao- 

dunum, Angusiensis. 



1877- 1878. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Kenneth A. Macleay, 
16, Lochbroom, Ross- 
ensis. 

Samuel Gibson, 24, Kirk- 
patrick-Durham, Kirkcud- 
brightshire. 

Thomas H. Chapman, 
18, Forgan, Fifensis. 



Carolus Christie, 16, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Robertus Stevenson, 16^ 
Dunfermline, Fifensis. 

Robertus Higgs, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

David Thomson, 17, Mur- 
roes, Angusiensis. 



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Carolus Bain, 18, Coupar- 

Angus, Perthensis. 
Colin A. R. Blackwell, 18, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes M*Tavish, 21, Amul- 

ree, Perthensis. 
Georgius A. Russell, 17, Ab- 

die, Fifensis. 
Alexander M. Christie, 18, 

Liff and Benvie, Angusi- 

ensis. 
Joannes Wallace, 19, LifF 

and Benvie, Angusiensis. 
David L. Reid, 24, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Spence, 17, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 
Walterius F. Dangerfield, 16, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Archibald Cape, 18, Ferry- 

Port-on-Craig, Fifeshire. 
David Rintoul, 15, Kem- 

back, Fifensis. 
Joannes C. Tennant, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Thomson, 16, Dar- 
lington, Dunensis. 
Jacobus Whyte, 20, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
David Graham, 23, Falkirk, 

Stirlingensis. 
Joanes Wilson, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
George J. F. R. Boothby, 15, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Lauchlan K. S. M*Kinnon, 

15, Strath, Inverness- 

ensis. 



James B. Wallace, 19, Auch- 

terderran, Fifensis. 
Joannes Brown, St Andrews, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Macpherson, 15, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David M. Moir, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus O. Duncan, 19, 

Airlie, Angusiensis. 
Georgius Lyell, 18, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 
George Gibson Carmichael, 

17, Kirkurd, Peebles. 
George Sinton, 18, Kingussie, 

Invernessensis. 
William Fortune, 17, Elie, 

Fifensis. 
Edgar Solly Anthony, 24, 

Croydon, Surrey. 
Duncanus M'Eachem, 19, 

Tarbert, Argatheliensis. 
Gulielmus Hay Barclay, 16, 

Arngask, Perthshire. 
Walter Hay Barclay, 16, 

Arngask, Perthshire. 
Thomas Bell, 15, Dairsie, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Strachan, 16, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 
George Patrick, 24, Wemyss, 

Fife. 
Carl Faye, 19, Skjeberg, 

Norway. 
Jacobus Kinipple, 19, 

Greenock, Renfrew. 
Gualterus Kinipple, 18, 

Greenock, Renfrew. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1877 



Petrus C. Walker, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes P. Noble, 19, 
Greenock, Renfrew. 

Andreas N. C. Scott, 19, 
Montrose, Forfar. 

Carolus E. E. Day, 16, Sun- 
derland, Durham. 



David Pattullo, 15, Airlie, 

Angusiensis. 
Allan Briggs, 16, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Petrus S. Browning, 16, St 

Leonards, Fifensis. 
David Reid, 18, Logie, 

Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Joannes Scott, 16, Gifford- 

town, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Macqueen, 23, 

Dunfermline, Fifensis. 
Jacobus NicoU, 17, Inver- 

arity, Angusiensis. 
Henricus Armstrong, 15, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Eaton, 17, Mary- 
kirk, Kincardinensis. 
Joannes M'Cowan, 24, 

Ardnamurchan, Argatheli- 

ensis. 
Gulielmus Watson, 17, Kem- 

back, Fifensis. 
Joannes Inglis, 23, Leuchars, 

Fifensis. 
David R. Dow, 17, Liif 

and Benvie, Angusi- 
ensis. 
Robertus Thomson, 18, 

South Knapdale, Ar- 

gatheliensis. 
Jacobus Bannerman, 27, St 

Martins, Perthensis. 
Thomas E. Miller, 20, 



Liff and Benvie, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Alfredus Aikman, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Matthew H. Speedie, 17, 
Perth, Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Traill, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeness. 

Jacobus A. Duthie, 18, 
Dollar, Clackmannan- 

ensis. 

Josephus W. Ross, 17, 
Ardersier, Inverness- 
shire. 

Robertus F. Anderson, 17, 
Ceres, Fifensis. 

William Sutherland, 20, 
Strathy, Sutherlandensis. 

James H. Oswald, 20, Mark- 
inch, Fifensis. 

Robertus Forgan, 17, . St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Petrus B. Crowley, 20, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Leonard Huxley, 16, Mary- 
lebone, Middlesex. 



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205 



Alvan Millson, 16, Halifax, 

Yorkshire. 
Easton S. Valentine, 19, 

Dundee, Forfar. 



Robertas C. Buist, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander P. Goudy, 18, 
Strabane, Tyrone. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Gulielmus T. W. Lowe, 23, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardin- 
ensis. 

Jacobus Edward, 22, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus M'Reath, 19, Largo, 
Fifensis. 

David Elder, 17, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Thomas H. Smith, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Edvardus Armitage, 18, Cas- 
terton, Westmoreland. 

Georgius Gordon, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Somers, 20, Col- 
lessie, Fifensis. 

Georgius Davidson, 22, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander Ramsay, 20, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Lowson, 20, Dun- 
nichen, Angusiensis. 



Petrus Dow, 22, Kinclaven, 
Perth. 

Robertus Hugh Miller, 23,* 
Perth, Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Carstairs, 19, 
Duirinish, Inverness. 

Georgius Geekie, 23, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Robertson, 26, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Gulielmus MacKinnon, 18, 
Strath, Invernessensis. 

Alfred A. Adie, 18, Delting, 
Zetlandensis. 

Georgius Park, 19, Kirk- 
andrews-on-Esk, Cumber- 
land. 

Jacobus Thomson, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Andreas A. Hutton, 26, Raw- 
yards, Lanark. 

Joannes A. St Clair, 18, 
Perth, Perthensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Gulielmus Philp, 19, Largo, 

Fifensis. 
Ricardus S. Ritchie, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



Eduardus Morrison, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Maxwell J. Wright, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1877 



Archibaldus Watson, 19, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Johannes Clark, 21, Dun- 
fermline, Fifensis. 

Davidus Taylor, 18, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

J. Carolus Miller, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes Strachan, 20, Dun- 
^ nichen, Angusiensis. 

A. Arnot Mitchell, 20, 
Brechin, Angusiensis. 

Carolus J. Ritchie, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Bayne, 19, Cam- 
eron, Fifensis. 

Jacobus Dowie, 19, Kem- 
back, Fifensis. 

Thomas Sinton, 22, Kin- 
gussie, Invernessensis. 

David Thorn, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Nigellus Mackay, 24, Tongue, 
Sutherlandensis. 



Henricus Buchan, 19, Am- 

gask, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Dixon, 21, Air, 

Airensis. 
Duncanus Menzies, 23, Dull, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Cram, 19, Dollar, 

Clackmannanensis. 
Johannes Macdonald Mackay, 

21, Latheron, Caithness. 
Arthurus W. Smith, 23, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus A. Williamson, 18, 

Greenlaw, Berwickensis. 
Joannes Yule, 25, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Morrison, 21, Kirrie- 
muir, Angusiensis. 
Joannis Henry, 23, Moni- 

fieth, Angusiensis. 
Edmundus Hay Barclay, 18, 

Arngask, Perthensis. 
Donaldus A. M'Neill, 23, 

Tongue, Sutherlandensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Henricus M. B. Reid, 21, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Stewart, 28, Coupar- 

Angus, Perthensis. 
Thomas Armstrong, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Morrison, 21, Logie- 

Pert, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Myles Crombie, 22, 

Sancti Cuthberti, Edin- 

burgensis. 



' Alexander Duff, 22, Salen, 
, Argatheliensis. 

Andreas Miller, 24, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus B. Strachan, 
21, Langholm, Dumfries- 
ensis. 

David Paterson, 31, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Green, 24, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 



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207 



David Scotland, 28, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Cameron, 24, Glen- 

orchy, Argatheliensis. 
Jacobus Armstrong, 21, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alexander M. Brown, 23, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Low, 21, New- 
port, Fifensis. 
Steuartus Burns, 22, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Carolus B. Ross, 21, Cleish, 

Kinross. 



Jacobus B. Butter, 25, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Johannes F. Cameron, 22, Fet- 

tercairn, Kincardinensis. 
Arthurius Lawrie, 20, Fet- 

tercairn, Kincardinensis. 
Josephus Low, 28, Bal- 

merino, Fifensis. 
Joannes Sharp, 29, Falkland, 

Fifensis. 
David M*Farlane, 21, Kings- 
bams, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Reekie, 28, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



1 878- 1 879. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Jacobus M. Wotherspoon, 
16, Kilspindie, Perthensis. 

Fredericus J. Bishop, 23, 
Charles, Plymouth, Devon. 

Alexander Murray, 23, Scone, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus C. Anderson, 17, 
Menmuir, Angusiensis. 

Carolus Carmichael, 18, Bury 
St Edmunds, Suffolk. 

Gualterus Campbell, 17, Dun- 
dee, Anguisiensis. 

Ernest Lush, 21, Deal, Kent, 
Eng. 

Robertus Gillespie, 16, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 



Gilbertus Whittle, 23, South- 
port, Lancastrensis. 

Jacobus M 'Walter, 19, Dun- 
dee, Anguisiensis. 

Gordon W. Paterson, 15, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

James B. NicoU, 29, Forfar, 
Angusiensis. 

Robert W. Cowan, 17, Glas- 
gow, Lanarkensis. 

Arthur J. Brander, 15, 
Tahiti. 

Georgius J. B. Hope, 18, 
St Andrews, Fifensis. 

Alexander B. M'Kechnie, 18, 
Greenock, Renfrew. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1878 



G, Turbayne Lees, 20, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
David J. Murray, 16, Meigle, 

Perthensis. 
David B. Braid, 17, Colins- 

burgh, Fifensis. 
Leopold Faber, 25, NUrting- 

en, Wtirttemberg. 
Joannes H. Bruce, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Cameron Morrison, 16, India, 

India. 
Alexr. M* Donald, Coupar- 

Angus, Perthienses. 
Joannes Alexander, Stirling, 

Stirlingensis. 
James Brown, Bendochy, 

Perthshire. 
Jacobus Galloway, 26, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes R. Pullar, 18, 

Methven, Perth. 
Archibald McNeill, 18, 

Tongue, Sutherland. 
James M. Irvine, 15, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Alexander L. Lindesay, 16, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Josephus Mitchell, 19, Craig, 

Forfar. 
Alexander Macrae, 15, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness. 
Donald Macintyre, 16, Lag- 

gan, Inverness. 
Duncanus Robertson, 16, 

Blair Athole, Perthienses. 
Gulielmus K. Duthie, 16, 

Dollar, Clackmannan. 



David Naime, 22, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
Angus M*Kay, 17, Farr, 

Sutherland. 
David Munro, 24, Kilteam, 

Ross. 
Jacobus Jack, 19, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Robertus Leader, Junr., 17, 

Sheffield, Yorkshire. 
Thomas M. Davidson, 21, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Henderson, 15, 

Leven, Fifensis. 
Ninian Hill, 16, Greenock, 

Renfrewshire. 
Joannes M. Leask, 16, Evie, 

Orkney. 
Geo. Galloway, 16, King- 
lassie, Fifeshire. 
George W. Mackay, 14, 

Assynt, Sutherland. 
Ebenezer D. Kemp, 16, 

Govan, Lanarkshire. 
Gulielmus Melville Pater- 
son, 23, Minories, Middle- 
sex. 
Thomas D. Waddell, 22, 

Blair Athole, Perthensis. 
Johannus T. Browne, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Peter Harrower, 16, Aber- 

feldy, Perthshire. 
Johannis W. Liddell, 18, 

Sheffield, Yorkshire. 
Hugo Erskine Wemyss, 

16, Wemyss Castle, 

Fife. 



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209 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Jacobus E. Grosset, 17, 

Lasswade, Edinensis. 
Thomas H. Chapman, 19, 

Forgan, Newport, Fif- 

ensis. 
John L. Macpherson, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David H. Nagel, 16, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Robertus Higgs, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Carolus Christie, 17, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes Brown, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David Graham, 24, Airth, 

Stirlingensis. 
George Lyell, 19, Newburgh, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Strachan, 17, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 
Kenneth A. Macleay, 17, 

Lochbroom, Rossensis. 
David Rintoul, 16, Kemback, 

Fifensis. 
Georgius A. Russell, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Edgar Solly Anthony, 25, 

Croydon, Surrey. 
James B. Wallace, 20, For- 
gan, Fifeshire. 
Joannes C. Tennant, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David Thomson, 18, Murroes, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 



Charles Bain, 18, Coupar- 
Angus, Perthienses. 

Joannes M'Tavish, 22, Am- 
ulree, Perthensis. 

Walter F. Dangerfield, 

17, St Andrews, Fif- 
ensis. 

Robertus Stevenson, 17, 
Dunfermline, Fifensis. 

James Spence, 19, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

James Robertson, 19, Glas- 
gow, Lanarkensis. 

Alexander Sharp Alexander, 

18, Dollar, Clackmann- 
ensis. 

William O. Duncan, 20, 
Airlie, Forfar. 

Jacobus F. Whyte, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Alexander M. Christie, 

19, LifF and Benvie, 
Forfar. 

John Wallace, 20, Liff and 
Benvie, Forfar. 

Archibald Cape, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Jacobus F. M'Hardy, 24, 
Fettetcairn, Kincardine- 
shire. 

Andreas N. C. Scott, 19, 
Montrose, Forfarshire. 

Joannes Park Noble, 

20, Greenock, Renfrew- 
shire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1878 



Robertus Heddle, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David Macbeth Moir, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 



Georgius Patrick, 25, 

Wemyss, Fifensis. 
AUanus Briggs, 17, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Joannes Eaton, 18, Mary- 
kirk, Kincardinensis. 

David R. Dow, 18, Liff 
and Benvie, Angussi- 
ensis. 

Joannes M'Cowan, 25, 
Ardnamurchan, Argatheli- 
ensis. 

Robertus Forgan, 18, Saint 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus C. Buist, 18, Dun- 

I dee, Augusiensis. 

James NicoU, 18, Invefarity, 
Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Traill, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Easton S. Valentine, 20, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Thomas E. Miller, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Robertus Thomson, 19, 
South Knapdale, Argath- 
eliensis. 

Gulielmus Sutherland, 23, 



Joannes Scott, 17, Gifford- 
town, Fifensis. 

James Bannerman, 28, St 
Martins, Perthensis. 

James A. Duthie, 19, Dollar, 
Clackmannan. 

Alvan Millson, 17, Halifax, 
Yorkensis. 

John Thomson, 17, Hough- 
ton - le - Skerne, Dunelm- 
ensis. 

Peter Brown Crowley, 21, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Joannes Inglis, 24, Leu- 
chars, Fifensis. 

Leonard Huxley, 17, Lon- 
don, Middlesex. 

Jacobus H. Oswald, 21, 
Markinch, Fifensis. 

Josephus W. Ross, 18, Ar- 
dersier, Inverness-shire. 

Gulielmus Macqueen, 24, 
Dunfermline, Fifensis. 

Strathy, Sutherlandensis. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Georgius Lowson, 21, Dun- 
nichen, Angusiensis. 

Ricardus S. Ritchie, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifeensis. 



Thomas Henry Smith, 19, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Petrus Dow, 23, Kinclaven, 
Perthensis. 



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211 



Duncanus Menzies, 24, Dull, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus Thomson, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Edward, 23, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Davidson, 24, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Robertson, 27, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

David Elder, 18, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

J. Carolus Miller, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Georgius Geekie, 24, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Strachan, 21, Dun- 
nichen, Angusiensis. 

Carolus J. Ritchie, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Somers, 21, Col- 
lessie, Fifensis. 

William Carstairs, 20, Duir- 
inish, Inverness. 

Alexander Ramsay, 21, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Thomas Binning Porteous, 

20, Ballantrae, Ayr. 
Guielielmus T. W. Lowe, 23, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardini- 

ensis. 
Jacobus M*Reath, 19, Largo, 

Fifensis. 
Alexander Arnot Mitchell, 

21, Brechin, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Jacobus M. Dixon, 22, Air, 
Airensis. 

Georgius Park, 20, Kirk- 
andrews-on-Esk, Cumber- 
land. 

Robertus H. Miller, 24, 
Perth, Perthensis. 

Georgius Gordon, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Edvardus Morrison, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes A. St Clair, 19, 
Perth, Perthensis. 

Edmundus Hay Barclay, 
19, Arngask, Perth- 
ensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



David M*Farlane, 22, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

William B. Strachan, 22, 
Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 

Alexander Duff, 23, Ardrish- 
aig, Argatheliensis. 

James Alex. Williamson, 19, 
Greenlaw, Berwickensis. 



Johannes F. Cameron, 23, Fet- 
tercairn, Kincardinensis. 

Henricus M. B. Reid, 22, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus B. Butter, 26, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander M. Brown, 24, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1878 



Joannes Morrison, 22, Logie- 
Pert, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Henry, 24, Moni- 
fieth, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Green, 25, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 

Joannes Cameron, 25, Glen- 
orchia, Argatheliensis. 

Jacobus Myles Crombie, 23, 
Sancti Cuthberti, Edin- 
burgensis. 

Gulielmus Watt, 25, Strath- 
don, Aberdonensis. 

Angus M. Nicolson, 26, 
Portree, Portree. 



David Scotland, 29, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Jacobus Armstrong, 22, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Thomas Sinton, 23, Kin- 
gussie, Invernessensis. 

Maxwell James Wright, 
21, St Andrews, Fife- 
shire. 

Charles B. Ross, 22, Cleish, 
Kinross-shire. 

Gulielmus Bayne, 20, 
Cameron, Fifeshire. 

Henricus R. Buchan, 20, 
Cameron, Fifensis. 



1 879- 1 880. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Robertus R. Constable, 17, 
Persie, Perthshire. 

Thomas H. Paterson, 16, 
Ayr, Ayr. 

Georgius Everett, 18, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 

Jacobus Winter, 17, Dyke, 
Elgin. 

Louis Wright, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus M'Nidder, 18, Crail, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Morgan, 23, Clack- 
mannan, Clackmannan- 
ensis. 



Joannes Greig, 24, Tayport, 
Fifensis. 

Georgius A. Pirie, 15, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Malcolm M'Kerracher, 16, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Carolus Smith Peters, 17, 
Kinross, Kinrossiensis. 

Max Meiklejohn, 13, Bow- 
don, Cheshire. 

George D. Brown, 21, Dun- 
dee, Angusienses. 

Guliamus H. G. Smith, 17, 
Eday, Orcades. 

Ricardus Muckersie, 15, 
Melrose, Roxburgh. 



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Gulielmus D. Bell, Scone 

Perthensis. 
Georgius H. Douglas, i6 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Patricius O. Macdonald, 17 

Montrose, Angusiensis. 
Georgius M. Wills, Mon 

trose, Angusiensis. 
Robertus Lawson, 18 

Cameron, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Cormack, 19 

Kilrenny, Fifensis. 
Joannes Moore Fergusson 

16, Scoonie, Fifensis. 
Alfred Turner, 17, Burnley 

Lancashire. 
Carolus G. MacLeod, 16 

Newport, Fifensis. 
Robertus T. Marshall, 22 

Leslie, Fifensis. 
Jacobus H. W. Laing, 17 

Ferry-Port-on-Craig, Fif- 
ensis. 
John Davidson, 16 

Madagascar. 
William H. Pople, 16 

Perth, Perthensis. 



Jacobus Somers, 15, Col- 

lessie, Fife. 
Charles J. Black, 15, Craig- 

loun, Fife. 
Andrew G. Dow, 17, Lifif 

and Benvie, Angusensis. 
Henrius Norwell, 18, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Didymus Albius, 17, AUec- 

tum, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Fotheringham, 20, 

Dumfries, Dumfries. 
Joannes M. Smith, 20, Kirk- 

michael, Banffensis. 
John Menzies, Aberfeldy, 

Perthensis. • 
William W. Grant, Rossi- 

ensis. 
Gulielmus Turnbull, 16, 

Newport, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus A. Sim, Inverness, 

Invernessiensis. 
Galliamus C. Henderson, 15, 

Scoonie, Fifensis. 
Harricus S. C. Everard, 

31, Leamington, War- 
wick. 



Thomas Carmichael, 19, St Andrews, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Cameron Morrison, 17, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

George Galloway, King- 
lassie, Fife. 

David Munro, 25, Kilteam, 
Rossensis. 



Thomas M. Davidson, 22, 
Dundee, Angusienses. 

Jas. M. Wotherspoon, Kil- 
spindie, Perth. 

Wm. Ewing, 20, Leuchars, 
Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1879 



Gordon W. Paterson, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Alexander L. Lindesay, 17, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Jack, 20, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Jacobus C. Anderson, 18, 

Menmuir, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Brown, 19, Ben- 

dochy, Perthshire- 
Joannes PuUar, 19, Methven, 

Perth. 
Jacobus M. Irvine, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Ernest M. Lush, 22, Deal, 

Kent. 
John M. Leask, 17, Evie, 

Orkney. 
Andrew MacKenzie, 22, 

Ednam, Roxburgh. 
Jacobus Nicoll, 30, Forfar, 

Angusienses. 
Joannes Alexander, 25, St 

Ninians, Stirlingensis. 
Alexander M* Donald, 21, 

Coupar-Angus, Perthedsis. 
Robertus Gillespie, 17, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 
Georgius Turbayne Lees, 

21, Cupar, Fifensis. 
Gualtrus Hay Barclay, 18, 

Arngask, Perthensis. 
William Hay Barclay, 18, 

Arngask, Perthensis. 
John Henderson, 16, Leven, 

Fifensis. 
Edward Henry Steel, 21, 

Leeds, Yorkshire. 



Georgius J. B. Hope, 19, 

Edinburgum, Edinburgum. 
Gulielmus K. Duthie, 17, 

Clackmannan, Clackman- 

nanensis. 
Gulielmus Thomson, 16, 

Haughton-le-Skeme, Dun- 

elmensis. 
David Nairne, 23, Cupar, 

Fifensis. 
John T. Browne, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
George W. Mackay, 15, 

Assynt, Sutherland. 
Alexander Macrae, 16, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness-shire. 
Gregor S. Drummond, 18, 

Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 
Donald Macintyre, 17, 

Laggan, Inverness-shire. 
FredericusJohnannesBishop, 

24, Carolus Martyr, Ply- 

mutha, Devonensis. 
Josephus Mitchell, 20, Craig, 

Angusiensis. 
Archibald M'Neill, ig, 

Tongue, Sutherland. 
Petrus S. Browning, 19, 

Peebles, Peebles. 
Angus Mackay, 18, Farr, 

Sutherland. 
Hugo Erskine Wemyss, 18, 

Wemyss Castle, Dysart, 

Fife. 
Peter Harrower, 17, Aber- 

feldy, Perthshire. 
Thomas D. Waddell, 23, 

Blair Athole, Perthshire. 



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Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Thomas H. Chapman, 20, 
Forganensis, Fifensis. 

Edgar Solly Anthony, 26, 
Croydon, Surrey. 

Robertus Stevenson, 18, 
Dunfermline, Fifensis. 

Joannes Brown, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

David Rintoul, 17, Kemback, 
Fifensis. 

Carolus Christie, 18, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes L. Macpherson, 17, 
St Andrews, Fifensis. 

Kenneth A. Macleay, 18, 
Loch Broom, Ross-shire. 

David H. Nagel, 16, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Robertus Higgs, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Alexander M. Christie, 20, 
Liff and Benvie, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Jonnanes Wallace, 21, Liflf 
and Benvie, Angusiensis. 

Archibald B. Cape, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Joannes C. Tennant, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Alexander S. Alexander, 



David Thomson, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes M'Tavish, 23, 
Amulree, Perthensis. 

Georgius Lyell, 20, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

Jacobus M. Strachan, 18, 
Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 

Jacobus F. Whyte, 22, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius A. Russell, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus B. Wallace, 21, 
Forgan, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus O. Duncan, 21, 
Airlie, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus Robertson, 20, 
Peebles, Peebles. 

Carolus A. M. Carmichael, 
19, Nowton, Suffolk. 

Jacobus Spence, 19, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

David M. Moir, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Jacobus F. M' Hardy, 25, 
Fettercairn, Kincardine- 
shire. 

Joseph W. Ross, 19, Arder- 
sier, Invernesssiensis. 
19, Dollar, Clackmannan. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Richardus S. Ritchie, 20, 
Cameron, Fifeensis. 



Georgius Lowson, 22, Dun- 
nichen, Angusensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1879 



Robert C. Buist, 19, Tao- 
dunensis, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus H. Oswald, 22, 
Markinch, Fifeensis. 

Robert Thomson, 20, South 
Knapdale, Argatheliensis. 

Thomas E. Miller, 22, Dun- 
dee, Dundee. 

David R. Dow, 19, Liff and 
Benvie, Angusiensis. 

John Eaton, 19, Marykirk- 
ensis, Marykirkensis. 

John M'Cowan, 26, Ardna- 
murchan, Argatheliensis. 

Petrus B. Crowley, 22, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

John Scott, 18, Giffordtown, 
Fife. 

Robertus Forgan, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

James Nicoll, 19, Inverarity, 
Angusiensis. 

Easton S. Valentine, 21, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 



Alvan Millson, 18, Hali&x, 

Yorkensis. 
Jacobus Bannerman, 29, St 

Martins, Perthensis. 
Joannes Inglis, 2$, Leuchars, 

Fifensis. 
Jacobus E. Grosset, 18, 

Markinch, Fifensis. 
Joannes Thomson, 18, 

Houghton-le-Skeme, Dun- 

elmensis. 
Gulielmus Macqueen, 25, 

Dunfermline, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Robertson, 28, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus A. Duthie, 20, 

Dollar, Clackmannan. 
Gulielmus Sutherland, 23, 

Strathy, Sutherlandensis. 
Edmundus Hay Barclay, 

20, Arngask, Perth- 
ensis. 
Jacobus Edward, 24, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Davidus R. Kyd, 29, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Maxwell J. Wright, 22, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Jacobus Dowie, 21, Kem- 

back, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Bayne, 21, 

Cameron, Fife. 
Petrus Dow, 24, Kinclaven, 

Perthensis. 



Jacobus A. Williamson, 20, 

Greenlaw, Berwickensis. 
Joahnes A. St Clair, 20, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Robertus Somers, 22, Col- 

lessie, Fifensis. 
Joannes Morrison, 23, Logie- 

Pert, Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus B. Strachan, 23, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 



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Joannes Fowlie, 24, New 
Deer, Aberdoniensis. 

James W. Armstrong, 
23, St Andrews, Fif- 
ensis. 

Thomas Sinton, 24, Kin- 
gussie, Invernessensis. 

Joannes Strachan, 22, Dun- 
nichen, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Green, 26, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 



Georgius Geekie, 26, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander M. Brown, 25, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

John Henry, 25, Monifieth, 
Angusiensis. 

H«nricus R. Buchan, 22, 
Carnbee, Fifensis. 

Joannes F. Cameron, 24, 
Fettercairn , Kincardin- 
ensis. 



1880-1881. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Ricardus Arturus, 16, Kirk- 
caldy, [Fif]ensis. 

Richardus Arturus, 15, 
Dover, Dover. 

Joannes Caesar, 15, Panbride, 
Angusiensis. 

John Alex. Canning, 19, 
Camlin, Antrim. 

John M. Wilson, 15, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Reginald O. Petrie, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus Kinnear, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Samuel Martin, 15, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

William D. Spence, 39, 
Monikie, Forfar. 

Jacobus M. Morrison, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 



Johannes Gardiner, 17, Green- 

knowe, Dumfriesshire. 
Robert Hill, 24, Dundee, 

Angusieses. 
William M. Tocher, 16, 

Barry, Forfarshire. 
Edward E. Prince, 22, 

Leeds, Yorks. 
David M. Greig, 17, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Kenneth M. Craig, 26, 

Fraserburgh, Aberdeen. 
John Ritchie, 16, Perth, 

Perth. 
Andrew Whitton, 15, New- 

tyle, Angusiensis. 
Robertus MTherson, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Fordyce, 16, 

Anstruther, Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1880 



Robert us M. Watson, 18, 

Glasgow, Lanark. 
Joannes A. Ewan, 16, 

Broughty Ferry, Angusi- 

ensis. 
Gulielmus Saunders, 16, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Young, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Gulielmus Niger, Lundie, 

Angusiensis. 
Andreas Armit, Craig- 

sanquhar, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Yool, 20, Ceres, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Beveridge, 15, 

Dairsie, Fifensis. 
David Watson, 14, Markinch, 

Fifensis. 
John C. Wilson, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
David G. Mitchell, 19, Inch- 

ture, Perth. 
Robert B. Mearns, 24, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
H. G. Rathbone, 23, Liver- 
pool, Lancashire. 
Hamlet S. Philpot, 24, 

Oxford, Oxfordshire. 
Joannes C. Braid, 16, Crail, 

Fifensis. 
Joannes Johnstone, 16, 

Leuchars, Fifensis. 
Albertus Gr^goire, 16, 

King's Norton, Worcester- 

ensis. 
Andrew Brown, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



John Ferguson Chal- 
mers, 20, Perth, Perth- 
shire. 

Robert Ruxton, 16, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander Bisset, 14, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

David Matthew, 20, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Harry Browning, 14, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Milne, 15, Cupar, 
Fifensis. 

Jacobus Allison, 15, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes TurnbuU, 15, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Arthurius F. Home, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Thomas P. Milne, Fraser- 
burgh, Aberdeenshire. 

Andrew Macleod, Kilmuir 

Easter, Ross-shire. 
» 

James A. Taylor, 15, India, 

India. 
Hugh F. M'Neill, 18, Tongue, 

Sutherland. 
Fredericus Murray Honey, 

St Andrews, Fif- 
ensis. 
John A. Ross, 18, Fowlis 

Wester, Perth. 
Donald K. Cameron, 18, 

Kenmore, Perthshire. 
William M'CuUoch, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Adam Gunn, 21, Strathy, 

Sutherland. 



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219 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Gulielmus Cormack, 20, 

Kilrenny, Fifensis. 
Georgius D. Brown, 22, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Thomas L. Wilson, 18, 

Cambuslang, Lanarkshire. 
Patrick O. Macdonald, 18, 

Montrose, Angusiensis. 
William D. Bell, 18, Scone, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes M. Smith, 21, Kirk- 

michaelensis, Banffensis. 
Gulielmus Turnbull, 17, 

Newport, Fife. 
Ricardus Muckersie, 16, 

Melrose, Roxburgh. 
Joannes Greig, 26, Tayport, 

Fifeensis. 
Didymus W. H. Albus, 18, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Max Meiklejohn, 14, Bow- 
don, Cheshire. 
C. G. MacLeod, 17, New- 
port, Fife. 
Duncan Robertson, 19, Blair 

Athole, Perthensis. 
James H. W. Laing, 18, 

Ferry - Port - on - Craig, 

Fife. 
Andreas G. Dow, 18, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Robert T. Marshall, 23, 

Leslie, Fifensis. 
Joannes Morgan, Brucefield, 

Clackmannan. 



Georgius A. Pirie, 16, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Gulielmus A. Sim, 21, 
Inverness, Invernessi- 
ensis. 

Jacobus M'Nidder, 19, Crail, 
Fifensis. 

Georgius H. Douglas, 17, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Milcombus M'Kerracher, 17, 
Cupar, Fifensis. 

Edward King, 23, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George Everett, 19, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 

John M. Fergusson, 17, 
Scoonie, Fife. 

Gulielmus C. Henderson, 16, 
Scoonie, Fife. 

Thomas H. Paterson, Auch- 
mithie, Forfarshire. 

Carolus S. Peters, 18, Kin- 
ross, Kinross. 

Henricus Norwell, 19, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

George Mitchell, 21, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Henry Paterson Moir, 
16, St Andrews, Fife- 
shire. 

Guilielmus H. G. Smith, 18, 

Eday, Orkney. 
Joannes Menzies, 17, Logie- 
rait, Perthensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1880 



Robert B. Stephen, 23, 

Elgin, Elgin. 
Thomas Carmichael, 21, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



George M. Wills, 18, Mon- 
trose, Angusiensis. 

James Somers, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



William Thomson, 17, Con- 
nington, Huntingdon. 

George J. B. Hope, 20, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

William K. Duthie, 18, 
Dollar, Clackmannan. 

Alexander M' Donald, 22, 
Coupar - Angus, Perth- 
shire. 

Gordon W. Paterson, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

James C. Anderson, 19, Men- 
muir, Angusiensis. 

John M. Leask, 18, Evie, 
Orkney. 

Joseph Mitchell, 21, Craig, 
Angusiensis. 

Cameron Morrison, 18, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardin- 
ensis. 

George Galloway, 18, King- 
lassie, Fifensis. 

James Jack, 21, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

William H. Pople, 18, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Thos. M. Davidson, 23, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Thomas D. Waddell, 24, 
Blair Athole, Perthensis. 



Jacobus M. Irvine, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Gulielmus Ewing, 21, 

Forteviot, Perthensis. 
Gregor Drummond, ig, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness. 
Donaldus Maclntyre, 18, 

Laggan, Inverness. 
Alexander Macrae, 17, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness. 
John Alexander, St Ninians, 

Stirling. 
Andrew MacKenzie, 23, 

Ednam, Roxburgh. 
John T. Browne, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
A. L. Lindesay, 18, S. 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Brown, 20, Bendochy, 

Perthshire. 
Joannes R. Pullar, 20, 

Methven, Perthshire. 
Angus Mackay, 20, Farr, 

Sutherland. 
Archibald M'Neill, 20, Tongue, 

Sutherland. 
George W. Mackay, 16, Stoer, 

Sutherland. 
Jas. M. Wotherspoon, 18, 

Kilspindie, Perthshire. 



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221 



Robertus Gillespie, i8, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 

Henricus Armstrong, i8, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Petrus S. Browning, 
19, St Andrews, 

Fife. 

John Henderson, 17, Leven, 
Fifensis. 



Petrus Harrower, 18, Aber- 

feldy, Perthshire. 
Fredericus Johannes Bishop, 

25, Carolus Martyr, Ply- 

mutha, Devonia. 
AUanus Briggs, ig, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Edwurdus Rathbone, 21, 

Liverpool, Lancashire. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Robert Thomson, 21, South 
Knapdale, Argatheliensis. 

Carolus Christie, 19, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes Macpherson, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

David Rintoul, 18, Kemback, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Brown, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Archibald B. Cape, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alvan Millson, 19, Halifax, 
Yorkshire. 

Robertus Stevenson, ig, 
Dunfermline, Fifensis. 

Edgar Solly Anthony, 27, 
Hastings, Sussex. 

James John Browne, Edin- 
burgh, Mid Lothian. 

David Thomson, 20, Murroes, 
Angusiensis. 

David H. Nagel, 17, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Johannes C. Tennant, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Alexander Sharp Alexander, 
20, Alloa, Clackmannan- 
ensis. 

Jacobus F. Whyte, 23, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander M. Christie, 21, 
Liflf and Benvie, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Robertus Forgan, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Joannes M'Tavish, 24, 
Amulree, Perthensis. 

Robertus Higgs, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

Georgius Lyell, 21, New- 
burgh, Fifensis. 

David Macbeth Moir, 20, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

Jacobus Spence, 20, Kings- 
barns, Fifensis. 

Thomas E. Miller, 23, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

John Wallace, 22, Lochee, 
Angusienus. 

Thomas H. Chapman, 21, 
Forgan, Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1880 



Gulielmus O. Duncan, 22, 

Airlie, Ang^siensis. 
Josephus W. Ross, 20, 

Ardersier, Invernesssi- 

ensis. 
Easton S. Valentine, 22, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Nicolle, 20, 

Inverarity, Angusiensis. 
Georgius A. Russell, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Carolus A. M. Carmichael, 

20, Bury St Edmunds, 

SufFolkus. 



Georgius Gordon, 21, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus M. Strachan, 19, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 
Jacobus F. M' Hardy, 26, 

Fettercairn, Kincardine. 
Jacobus Robertson, 21, 

Glasgow, Lanark. 
Jacobus B. Wallace, 21, 

Forgan, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Sutherland, 23, 

Strathy, Sutherlandensis. 
Georgius Lowson, 23, Dun- 

nichen, Angusiensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Rikardus S. Ritchie, 21, 

Cameron, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Dowie, 22, Kemback, 

Fifensis. 
Thomas Martin, 24, Scone, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Henry, 26, Monifieth, 

Angusiensis. 
Joannes M'Cowan, 28, Ardna- 

murchan, Argatheliensis. 
Robertus Somers, 23, Col- 

lessie, Fifensis. 
JoannesA.St Clair, 21, Perth, 

Perthensis. 
Maxwell J. Wright, 23, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Cowie, 30, Auchter- 

less, Aberdonia. 
Gulielmus B. Strachan, 24, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 



Gulielmus Bayne, 22, 

Cameron, Fifensis. 
Jacobus H. Oswald, 23, 

Markinch, Fifensis. 
Thomas Sinton,25, Kingussie, 

Invernessensis. 
David R. Kyd, 30, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Georgius Geekie, 26, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Joamies Strachan, 23, Dun- 

nichen, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus A. Williamson, 21, 

Greenlaw, Berwickensis. 
Petrus Dow, 25, Kinclaven, 

Perthensis. 
Joannes Fowlie, 25, New 

Deer, Aberdonensis. 
Henricus Buchan, 23, 

Carnbee, Fifensis. 



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1881-1882. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Georgius Wilson, 21, New- 
castle - upon - Tyne, Nor- 
thumberland. 

Joannes Dow, 18, Blair 
Athole, Perthensis. 

Murray Stirling, 16, Prest- 
wich, Lanchishire. 

Jacobus Robb, 16, Kirrie- 
muir, Angusiensis. 

Arthurus B. Harris, 21, 
Forgan, Fifensis, 

Archibaldus Carswell, 17, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Alexander McGregor, 16, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Robertus L. Walker, 17, 
Kirkcaldy, Fifensis. 

Henricus Reid, 17, Monikie, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexr. Cleland, 18, Calder, 
Lanarkshire. 

Jacobus N. Hill, Leuchars, 
Fifensis. 

Joannes Reid, 19, Little 
Dunkeld, Perthensis. 

Alexander Frew, 18, 

Kirkcaldy, Fifensis. 

Robertus Hunter, 16, Forgan, 
Fifensis. 

Fredericus Spankie, 14, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Joannes Dow, 19, St Mon- 
ance, Fifeshire. 



Thomas White, 19, Largo, 

Fifeshire. 
Robertus Thomson, 18, 

Pittenweem, Fifeshire. 
Jacobus R. Browne, 

17, St Andrews, Fif- 
ensis. 
Andreas S. D. Scott, 18, 

Markinch, Fifnesis. 
Jacobus A. Adamson, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Jacobus Sword, 23, Monifieth, 

Forfar. 
Petrus Dawson, 23, Kenno- 

way, Fifensis. 
Johannus Liddell, 23, Moni- 
fieth, Forfar. 
Robert F. Murray, 17, 

Ilminster, Somerset. 
Peter Brown, 16, Bendochy, 

Perth. 
David Matthew, 22, Arbroath, 

Forfar. 
David Christie, 16, Arbroath, 

Forfar. 
Marcus Anderson, 18, Men- 

muir, Anguniensis. 
Jacobus Hill, 18, Dundee, 

Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Paul, 19, Tibbermuir, 

Perthensis. 
Jacobus M. Christie, 17, 

Lochee, Angusiensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1881 



Thomas C. Sturrock, 16, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
John Thomson, 18, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
Johannes L. Clark, 20,Dysart, 

Fife. 
Jacobus A. Lowe, 18, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardin- 

ensis. 
Robert Macdonald, 17, 

Laurencekirk, Kincar- 
dine. 
George Brown, 18, Bendochy, 

Perth. 
Adamus Norie Barclay, 24, 

Montrose, Forfar. 
Alanus Stewart, 15, Cathcart, 

Renfrewensis. 
Joannes R. Strachan, 17, 

Langholm, Dumfries- 

ensis. 
Jacobus A. Milne, 16, 

Cortachy, Forfarensis. 
David Duthie M'Laren, 21, 

Fordoun, Kincardine. 



Hugh Mackenzie, 20, Ross- 
keen, Ross-shire. 
David Aikman, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Robert D. Thompson, 19, 

Brechin, Forfarshire. 
Robertus A. Wills, 16, 

Montrose, Forfarshire. 
Frank S. Thomson, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
James C. M'Clure, 15, Mary- 
kirk, Kincardine. 
Samuel Walker, 18, Dep. du 

Nord, Lille, France. 
Henry M. Grindlay, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Murdo M'Kay, 18, Farr, 

Sutherland. 
Fredericus Williamson, 16, 

Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 
Hugh Maclellan, 24, Islay, 

Argyll. 
Arnold Glover, 16, Stoke 

Newington, London, 

Middlesex. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Joannes Ritchie, 17, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Thomas P. Milne, 17, Tyrie, 
Aberdonienses. 

Donald Kercher Cameron, 
19, Kenmore, Perth- 
shire. 

James A. Taylor, 16, India, 
India. 



William Saunders, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Gulielmus Kinnear, 18, 
Broughty Ferry, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Joannes Johnstone, 17, 
Leuchars, Fifeshire. 

John M. Wilson, 16, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



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Reginaldus O. Petrie, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Samuel Martin, 16, Pieter- 
maritzburg. Natal. 

Jacobus Allison, 16, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Robertus A. Ruxton, 17, 
Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

David Watson, 15, Markinch, 
Fifeshire. 

William Black, 19, Lundie, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew Whitton, i6,Newtyle, 
Forfarshire. 

William M. Tocher, 17, 
Barry, Forfarshire. 

Robertus Arturus M'Pherson, 
17, St Andrews, Fif- 
ensis. 

Robertus Terras, 18, 
Leuchars, Fifensis. 

Andrew Brown, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Robert M. Watson, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James M. Morrison, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alexander Bisset, 15, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

Robert B. Mearns, 25, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John A. Ewan, 17, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 

Kenneth M. Craig, 27, 
Fraserburgh , Aberdeen- 
shire. 



William Fordyce, 17, Ah- 
struther, Fife. 

Edward E. Prince, 23, 
Leeds, Yorkshire. 

R. Lindsay Stark, 16, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John Charles Braid, 17, 
Crail, Fife. 

John James Beveridge, 16, 
Dairsie, Fife. 

Edward Rathbone, 22, Liver- 
pool, Lancashire. 

Adam Gunn, 22, Farr, 
Sutherland. 

John Caesar, 17, Panbride 
Manse, Forfarshire. 

Gulielmus Young, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Richard Arthur, 16, Dover, 
Kent. 

Robert Hill, 25, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Robert Milne, 16, Cupar, 
Fife. 

William Cox M'Culloch, 17, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

William Campbell, 20, Dor- 
noch, Sutherland. 

David G. Mitchell, i^, 
Inchture, Perth. 

Andrew Armit, 16, Falkland, 
Fife. 

Hugh F. M'NeUl, 19, 
Tongue, Sutherland. 

John TurnbuU, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



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Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Ricardus Muckersie, 17, 
Melrose, Roxburgensis. 

Gulielmus D. Bell, 19, 
Scone, Perthensis. 

Joannes Menzies, 18, Logie- 
rait, Perthensis. 

Duncanus Robertson, 20, 
Blair Athole, Perthensis. 

Gulielmus Ewing, 22, Leu- 
chars, Fifensis. 

Carolus G. MacLeod, 18, 
Newport, Fifensis. 

William Tumbull, 18, New- 
port, Fifensis. 

Georgius A. Pirie, 17, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Jacobus M'Nidder, 20, Crail, 
Fifensis. 

Henricus Norwell, 20, Perth, 
Perthensis. 

Gulielmus H. G. Smith, 19, 
Eday, Orkney. 

Andreas G. Dow, 19, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Geo. H. Douglas, 18, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Didymus White, 19, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 

Malcolm M'Kerracher, 18, 
Cupar-Fife, Fifensis. 

Patrick O. Macdonald, 
19, Montrose, Angusi- 
ensis. 

William Cormack, 21, Kil- 
renny, Fifensis. 



James H. W. Laing, 19, 
Ferry -Port -on -Craig, Fif- 
ensis. 

Thomas L. Wilson, 19, 
Cambuslang, Lanark- 

shire. 

William A. Sim, 22, Inver- 
ness, Invernessensis. 

Robert T. Marshall, 24, 
Leslie, Fifensis. 

John Morgan, 24, Clack- 
mannan, Clackmann- 
ensis. 

Joannes M. Smith, 22, Kirk- 
michael, Banffshirensis. 

Thomas Carmichael, 22, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 

James Somers, 18, Collessie, 
Fife. 

Robert B. Stephen, 24, 
Elgin, Elgin. 

Gulielmus C. Henderson, 17, 
Scoonie, Fifensis. 

Georgius D. Brown, 22, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Georgius Everett, 20, Hack- 
ney, Middlesex. 

Carolus S. Peters, 20, Kin- 
ross, Kinross. 

Thomas H. Paterson, 19, 
Auchmithie, Forfarshire. 

Henry P. Moir, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Edward King, 24, Whitburn, 
Linlithgow. 



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Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Georgius J. B. Hope, 21, 
Edinburgum, Edinburgum. 

Jacobus M. Irvine, 18, An- 
dreapole, Fifensis. 

Joannes R. PuUar, 21, 
Methven, Perthensis, 

Gulielmus Thomson, 18, 
Connington, Huntingdon- 
shire. 

J. M. Wotherspoon, ig, Kil- 
spindie, Perthensis, 

Georgius Galloway, 19, King- 
lassie, Fifensis. 

Peter Harrower, ig, Aber- 
feldy, Perthshire. 

David H. Nagel, 18, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Archibald B. Cape, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Gordon W. Paterson, 18, 
St Andrews, Fifensis. 

Alex. MacDonald, 23, Coupar- 
Angus, Perthensis. 

Kenneth A. Macleay, Loch 
Broom, Rossensis. 

Joannes L. MacPherson, 19, 
Andreapole, Fifensis. 

Josephus Mitchell, 22, Craig, 
Angusiensis. 

Jacobus C. Jack, 22, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Jacobus C. Anderson, 20, 
Menmuir, Angusiensis. 

Archibaldus M'Neill, 21, 
Tongue, Sutherland. 



Joannes Henderson, 18, 

Leven, Fifensis. 
Alexander M. Christie, 22, 

Lochee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Brown, 21, Ben- 

dochy, Perthiensis. 
Robertus Higgs, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Cameron Morrison, ig, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 
Thomas M. Davidson, 24, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
James M. Strachan, 20, 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 
Joannes M*Tavish, 24, 

Amulree, Perthensis. . 
Joannes Alexander, 25, Stir- 
ling, Stirling. 
Gregor S. Drummond, 20, 

Inverness, Invernessiensis. 
Robertus Gillespie, 19, King- 

hom, Fifensis. 
Alvan MiUson, 20, Halifax, 

Eboracensis. 
Thomas D. Waddell, 24, 

Blair Athole, Perth. 
Alexander S. Alexander, 21, 

Alloa, Clackmannensis. 
Angus Mackay, 20, Farr, 

Sutherland. 
George W. Mackay, 17, 

Stoer, Sutherlandshire. 
Andreas MacKenzie, 24, 

Ednam, Roxburgh. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1881 



Donaldus Macintyre, ig, 
Laggan, Invernessiensis. 

Henricus Armstrong, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifensis. 



Gulielmus K. Duthie, 19, 
Dollar, Clackmannanensis. 

Alexander Macrae, 18, Kin- 
gussie, Invernessiensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Joannes A. St Clair, 22, 

Perth, Perthensis. 
Jacobus Dowie, 23, Kem- 

back, Fifensis. 
Rikardus S. Ritchie, 22, 

Cameron, Fifensis. 
Alexander Arnot Mitchell, 

24, Brechin, Forfarensis. 
Joseph W. Ross, 21, Arder- 

sier, Invernesssiensis. 
Jacobus A. Williamson, 22, 

Greenlaw, Berwickensis. 
Thomas Martin, 24, Scone, 

Perthshire. 
Petrus Dow, 26, Kinclaven, 

Perthshire. 
Robertus M. Fergusson, 22, 

Fortingall, Perthensis. 
Robertus Somers, 24, Col- 

lessie, Fifensis. 
Davidus R. Kyd, 31, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Jacobus H. Oswald, 24, 

Markinch, Fifensis. 



Robert Thomson, 22, South 

Knapdale, Arguliensis. 
Georgius Geekie, 27, Dun- 
dee, Angusiensis. 
Jacobus Nicoll, 21, Inver- 

arity, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Fowlie, 26, New 

Deer, Aberdonensis. 
David Thomson, 21, 

Murroes, Angusuensis. 
Joannes C. Tennant, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Joannes Strachan, 24, Dun- 

nichen, Angusiensis. 
Joannes M*Cowan, 29, Ardna- 

murchan, Argatheliensis. 
Nigellus Mackay, 26, Tongue, 

Sutherlandensis. 
Gulielmus Bayne, 23, 

Cameron, Fifensis. 
Gulielmus Sutherland, 23, 

Strathy, Sutherlandensis. 
H. R. Buchan, 23, Carnbee, 

Fifensis. 



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1882-1883. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Archie Allan, 30, Aberdour, 

Fifeshire. 
Henry William Gibson, 17, 

St Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Andrew Snadden, 18, 

Sauchie, Clackmannan. 
Andrew Gray, 15, Dalkeith, 

Mid- Lothian. 
Alexr. Murray, 41, Kettle, 

Fife. 
Alexr. A. Milne, 25, Forgan, 

Fife. 
John Wilson, 23, St 

Leonards, Fife. 
Hugh G. Riviere, 13, Hamp- 

stead, Middlesex. 
Albertus Tarbet, 16, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Adam B. Kelly, 17, Glasgow, 

Lanark. 
Frederick Williamson, 16, 

Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 
William Tweeddale Thom- 
son, 21, Cameron, Fife. 
W. F. Blackwell, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
David D. M'Laren, 22, 

Fordoun, Kincardineshire. 
James A. Lowe, 19, Laurence- 
kirk, Kincardineshire. 
William Archer Porter, 57, 

St Andrews, Fifeshire. 



G. S. Samuelson, 17, Kensing- 
ton, Middlesex. 

Wm. Orr, 16, Kaim, Loch- 
winnoch. 

James M*Farlane, 22, Stanley, 
Perthshire. 

Frank S. Noble, 17, Paisley, 
Renfrewshire. 

John T. Levens, 20, London, 
Middlesex. 

John Erasmus Philipps, 19, 
Haverfordwest, Pembroke. 

Geo. T. Shettle, 20, Morden, 
Dorset. 

Robert Lawson, 18, Glasgow, 
Renfrew. 

Wm. E. Thomson, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Thomson, 15, St 
Vigeans, Forfarshire. 

John Stewart, 18, Blair 
Athole, Perthshire. 

David Ness, 19, Abbotshall, 
Fifeshire. 

David Finlayson, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Henricus Lawrie, 19, 
Wemyss, Fife. 

Donald M'Rae, 18, Duthil, 
Inverness. 

James Grant, 18, Abemethy, 
Inverness. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1883 



William Edie, 17, Roberton, 
Roxburgh. 

George Soutar, 17, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

William Lamond, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alexander Scott, 18, King- 
horn, Fifeshire. 

John M*Lean, 17, Braes, 
Inverness-shire. 

David Brewster, 16, Kilmany, 
Fife. 

Robert M'Gregor, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

David Reid, 17, Balmerino, 
Fife. 

John Grierson, 15, Wigan, 
Lancashire. 

William Tovani, ig, Black- 
ford, Perthshire. 

George Croll, 19, Fet- 
Diderik Cappelen, 



tercairn, Kincardine- 
shire. 
William Simmers, 17, Mains 

and Strathmartine, Forfiair- 

shire. 
Georgius Brown, 19, Ben- 

dochy, Perthiensis. 
Donaldus M. Macdonald, 21, 

Uig, Ross-shire. 
W. Latto Smith, 20, Pitten- 

weem, Fife. 
Andrew Walker, i7,Kemback, 

Fife. 
James Campbell M'Clure, 16, 

Marykirk, Kincardine. 
James Robert Scott, 54, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
William F. Morgan, 16, 

Inverkeillor, Forfar. 
David S. L. Archibald, 22, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
26, Ulefos, Norway. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



David Christie, 17, St 

Vigeans, Forfar. 
Murray Stirling, 1 7, Prestwich, 

Lanchashire. 
Joannes R. Strachan, 18, 

Langholm, Dumfries- 

ensis. 
Patricius Gulielmus Ander- 
son, 16, Dundee, Angusi- 

ensis. 
Adamus Norie Barclay, 24, 

Montrose, Forfar. 



Arthurus Baird Harris, 22, 
Newport, Fifensis. 

Robert G. Hunter, 17, New- 
port, Fifensis. 

Andrew S. D. Scott, ig, 
Markinch, Fifensis. 

Alexander M'Gregor, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Cleland, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Robert Fuller Murray, 18, 
Ilminster, Somerset. 



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Thomas C. Sturrock, 17, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
James Robb, 17, Kirriemuir, 

Forfarshire. 
Robertus L. Walker, 18, 

Leith, Edinburgh. 
James K. Browne, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Archibald Carswell, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Fredericus Mills Spankie, 15, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Jacobus Paul, 20, Tibbermuir, 

Perthshire. 
J, A, Adamson, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Joannes Reid, 20, Dunkeld, 

Perthensis. 
James M.Christie, 17, Lochee, 

Forfarshire. 
George Wilson, 22, New- 
castle, Northumberland. 
John L. Clark, 21, Dysart, 

Fifeshire. 
Joannes Liddell, 24, Moni- 

fieth, Forfarshire. 
Petrus Dawson, 24, Kenno- 

way, Fifensis. 
Petrus Brown, 17, Bendochy, 

Perthiensis. 
Marcus L. Anderson, 18, 

Menmuir, Forfar. 



Thomas White, 20, Largo, 
Fife. 

Alexander Frew, 19, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 

R. Macdonald, 18, Laurence- 
kirk, Kincardine. 

Murdo MacKay, ig, Farr, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Jacobus A. Milne, 18, 
Cortachy, Forfar. 

Hugh Mackenzie, 21, Ardross, 
Rosskeen, Ross-shire. 

David Matthew, 22, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

James Hill, ig, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James M'Donald, 32, Banff, 
Banff. 

Joannes Dow, ig, Blair 
Athole, Perth. 

Jacobus N. Hill, Leuchars, 
Fife. 

Maxwell Ogilvy- Ramsay, 18, 
Closebum, Dumfriesshire. 

Robertus Thomson, ig, 
Pittenweem, Fife. 

Robertus D. Thomson, 20, 
Brechin, Forfar. 

Frank S. Thomson, 17, 
Brechin, Forfar. 

Hugh MacLellan, 24, Islay, 
Argyle. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Richardus Arthurus, 16, 
Dovor, Kent. 



Thomas P. Milne, 18, Tyrie, 
Aberdeen. 



234 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [i88j 



Jacobus Somers, 19, Col- 

lessensis, Fifensis. 
John R. Pullar, 22, Methven, 

Perthensis. 
Andreas MacKenzie, 25, 



Cameron Morrison, 20, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

Edward King, 25, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

William Cormack, 21, Kil- 



Ednam, Roxburgh. 1 renny, Fife. 

Studiosi Theologiae. 

John Picken, 21, Craigie, William L. Milroy, 19, 

Ayrshire. Moneydie, Perthensis. 

George W. Mackay, 18, 1 John Henderson, 19, Scoonie, 

Assynt, Sutherlandshire. Fifensis. 

Richard S. Ritchie, 23, ! James Nicoll, 22, Inverarity, 

Cameron, Fifensis. Angusiensis. 

David Wilson, 23, Scone, Thomas Martin, 26, Scone, 

Perthshire. Perthensis. 

James M. Strachan, 21, ; John M'Cowan, 30, Ard- 

Langholm, Dumfriesensis. namurchan, Argatheli- 
David Thomson, 22, Murroes, I ensis. 

Angusiensis. ' James C. Jack, 24, Dundee, 

Jas. H. Oswald, 25, Mark- | Forfarshire. 

inch, Fifensis. ' Archibaldus M*Neill, 22, 

Robert Menzies Fergusson, ' Tongue, Sutherlandshire. 

23, Stanley, Perthensis. i William Sutherland, 25, 
Robertas Thomson, 23, ' Strathy, Sutherlandshire. 

South Knapdale, Argath- ! James C. Anderson, 21, St 

eliensis. Andrews, Fifensis. 

Wm. B. Campbell, 21, Kenneth A. Macleay, 21, 

Methven, Perthensis. Loch Broom, Ross-shire. 

Alexander Macrae, 18, Kiji- Gulielmus O. Duncan, 24, 

gussie, Invernessiensis. | Airlie, Forfarshire. 



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1883- 1884. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Neville Friederichs, 16, Berk- 

hamsted, Hertford. 
Robert Coupar, 15, Fordoun, 

Kincardineshire- 
Thomas Crichton, 16, Lady- 
bank, Fife. 
Andreas Sime, 16, Newbum, 

Fife. 
John C. Peat, 17, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Hugh G. Riviere, 14, Hamp- 

stead, Middlesex. 
James G. Goodall, 21, Tilli- 
coultry, Clackmanan. 
Alfred Macfarlane, 16, Airth, 

Stirling. 
William F. Farquharson, 16, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Alexander Jack, 28, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Thomas Gulielmus Davidson, 

16, Cupar, Fifeshire. 
Jacobus M'Owan, 19, Kettle, 

Fifeshire. 
Johannes Murray, 19, Dollar, 

Clackmannanshire. 
Andrew Watt, 16, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Guliellmus Scotus, 16, 

Dollar, Clackmannshire. 
Jacobus Gillies, 18, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



Richard A. Fluck, 23, 
Tewkesbury, Gloucester- 
shire, England. 

William P. Adam, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

James Littlejohn, 15, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

William Brown, 18, Mon- 
trose, Forfarshire. 

James Grieve, 19, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Walter M'Leod, 19, Burnt- 
island, Fife. 

William A. Craigie, 
16, Dundee, Forfar- 
shire. 

William Edie, 18, Roberton, 
Roxburghshire. 

Andw. Snadden, 19, Sauchie, 
Clackmannanshire. 

George Higgs, 15, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

James Troup, 15, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Lauchlan Rose, 17, Blair 
Athole, Perth. 

James Walker, 16, Kemback, 
Fife. 

John Pentland Smith, 16, 
Carnbee, Fife. 

John Grierson, 16, Wigan, 
Lancashire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1883 



John Clark, 20, Kinnoull, 

Perthshire. 
John Stott, 18, Haslingden, 

Lancashire. 
David Ramsay, 17, Cupar, 

Fife. 
Alexander Stuart, 22, 

Brechin, Forfarshire. 
James Wood, 17, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
David Scott Moncrieff, 18, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
Henry Stephen Matthews 

Young, 17, Merkara, 

India. 
William Hay M'Pherson, 16, 

St Andrews, Fifensis. 
William Rae, 22, Melrose, 

Selkirkshire. 
Thomas Kerr, 25, Melrose, 

Selkirkshire. 
George Addison -Scott, 17, 

Kelso, Roxburghshire. 
John D. F. Gilchrist, 18, 

Carnbee, Fife. 



John C. Williamson, 19, 
Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 

Hector Macaulay, 19, Gair- 
loch, Ross-shire. 

David Finlayson, 20, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

John Moir, 18, Aberdeen, 
Aberdeenshire. 

Morris Benjamin Wells, 16, 
Ionia, Ionia County. 

David Anderson Spence, 15, 
Craig, Forfarshire. 

James Macdonald, 17, Bole- 
skine, Inverness-shire. 

Archibald Hume, 17, Edin- 
burgh, Mid-Lothian. 

Herbert Edwards, 39, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Hugh James Moore Play- 
fair, 19, Edinburgh, Mid- 
lothian. 

Thomas Burton, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William Stewart, 19, Wig- 
gington, StaiTordshire. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Alexander Thomson, 16, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

David D. M'Laren, 23, For- 
doun, Kincardineshire. 

David Reid, Jr., 18, Bal- 
merino, Fifeshire. 

Alexr. A. Milne, 26, Newport, 
Fifeshire. 

William Lamond, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 



W. E. Thomson, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William Simmers, 18, Strath- 
martin, Forfarshire. 

Albert Tarbet, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Georgius R. Croll, 20, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardine. 

Jacobus A. Lowe, 20, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 



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Georgius Soutar, 18, Mon- 
trose, Forfar. 

Donaldus M. Macdonald, 22, 
Uig, Ross-shire. 

Arcbibaldus Allan, 31, Aber- 
dour, Fifeshire. 

Henricus Gulielmus Gibson, 
18, St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

David M. Kay, 17, Muthill, 
Perthshire. 

Robert Lawson, 20, New- 
port, Fife. 

Cuthbert George M'Ewen, 
16, Eltham, Kent. 

Andrew Walker, 18, Kem- 
back, Fife. 

William Tovani, 20, Black- 
ford, Perthshire. 

David Ness, 20, Abbotshall, 
Fifeshire. 

Alexr. Murray, 42, Kettle, 
Fifeshire. 

Donald M'Rae, 19, Duthil, 
Inverness-shire. 

James Grant, 19, Abernethy, 
Inverness-shire. 

John Maclean, 18, Braes, 
Inverness-shire. 



James H. White, 20, Ferry- 
Port-on-Craig, Fife. 

John Erasmus Philipps, 20, 
Haverfordwest, Pembroke. 

Geo. T. Shettle, 22, Morden, 
Dorset. 

Frederick Williamson, 17, 
Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 

David Brewster, 17, Kil- 
many, Fife. 

Frank Stanley Noble, 18, 
Paisley, Renfrewshire. 

Andrew Gray, 15, Dalkeith, 
Edinburgh. 

Edmund S. Taylor, 16, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

Robert M'Gregor, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Scott, 19, King- 
horn, Fife- 
William W. Grant, 23, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Henry K. Lawrie, 20, 
Wemyss, Fife. 

James Sword, 25, Monifiethy 
Forfar. 

Wm. S. Moir, 25, Tough, 
Aberdeen. 



Allan John Sinclair, 18, Kenmore, Perthshire. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Joannes Robertus Strachan, 
19, Langholm, Dumfriess- 
ensis. 

Robertus F. Murray, 19, 
Ilminster, Somerset. 



Jacobus Hill, 20, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Andreas S. D. Scott, 

20, Largo, Fif- 

ensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1883 



Hugh Mackenzie, 22, Ross- 
keen, Ross-shire. 
Maxwell Ogilvy- Ramsay, 19, 

Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. 
Jacobus M. Christie, 19, 

Lochee, Angusiensis. 
Alexander M'Gregor, 18, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Thomas C. Sturrock, 18, 

Dundee, Angusiensis. 
Robert us L. Walker, 19, 

Kirkcaldy, Fifensis. 
David Christie, 18, St 

Vigeans, Angus. 
Robertus G. Hunter, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Robert D. Mackenzie, 19, 

Inverallan, Elgin. 
Murdo MacKay, 20, Farr, 

Sutherlandshire. 
Joannes Dow, 20, Blair 

Athole, Perthenses. 
Archibaldus Carswell, 19, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Robertus Thomson, 20, Pit- 

tenweem, Fife. 
David Matthew, 23, Arbroath, 

Forfar. 
Fredericus M. Spankie, 16, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Robertus Macdonald, 19, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 



Alexr. Cleland, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Thomas White, 21, Largo, 
Fife. 

Jacobus Robb, 18, Kirrie- 
muir, Angusiensis. 

Joannes Liddell, 25, Moni- 
fieth, Forfar. 

Alexander Frew, 20, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 

Jacobus A. Milne, 18, Cor- 
tachy, Forfar. 

Petrus Dawson, 25, Kenno- 
way, Fifensis. 

Joannes Reid, 21, Little 
Dunkeld, Inverness. 

Georgius Wilson, 23, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, Northum- 
berland. 

Joannes L. Clark, 22, 
Dysart, Fife. 

Arthurus B. Harris, 23, 
Forgan, Fife. 

Adamus Norrie Barclay, 
25, Montrose, Forfar. 

Jacobus N. Hill, Leuchars, 
Fifensis. 

Robertus D. Thomson, 
21, Brechin, Forfar- 
shire. 

Franciscus S. Thomson, 18, 
Brechin, Forfarshire. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Joannes Ritchie, 19, Perth, 
Perthensis. 



Thomas P. Milne, 19, Tyrie, 
Aberdonensis. 



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Ricardus Muckersie, 18, Mel- 
rose, Roxburgensis. 

Gulielmus Kinnear, 20, 
Broughty Ferry, Angusi- 
ensis. 

Alexander Bisset, 17, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

Robertus Terras, 20, 
Leuchars, Fifensis, 

John M. Wilson, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William M. Tocher, ig, 
Barry, Forfarshire. 

John Caesar, 18, Panbride, 
Forfarshire. 

Gulielmus Ewing, 24, 
Leuchars, Fifensis. 

Carolus G. MacLeod, 20, 
Newport, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus Saunders, 19, 
Dundee, Angusiensis. 

Kenneth M. Craig, 29, 
Fraserburgh, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

Jacobus Allison, 18, Dundee, 
Angusiensis. 

Joannes Jacobus Beveridge, 
18, Dairsie, Fifensis. 

Andrew Brown, 19, Kings- 
barns, Fifeshire. 

Robert Burns Mearns, 27, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

R. M. Watson, 21, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

John A. Ewan, 19, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 

Thos. Carmichael, 23, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 



Reginald O. Petrie, 
20, Dundee, Forfar- 
shire. 

John Conway, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Malcolm M'Kerracher, 20, 
Cupar, Fifeshire. 

David Watson, 17, Mark- 
inch, Fifensis. 

Richard Arthur, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Andrew Armit, 18, Cupar- 
Fife, Fifeshire. 

Jas. M. Morrison, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

John Menzies, 20, Logierait, 
Perthensis. 

J. A. Taylor, 18, Edinburgh, 
Edinburgh. 

William Fordyce, 18, An- 
struther, Fife. 

Edvardus E. Prince, 25, 
Leeds, Yorkshire. 

William Black, 21, Lundie, 
Forfarshire. 

William Cormack, 22, Kil- 
renny, Fife. 

William D. Bell, 21, Scone, 
Perth. 

John C. Braid, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Adamus Gunn, 24, Strathy, 
Sutherland. 

David G. Mitchell, 22, Inch- 
ture, Perth. 

John Morison, 22, Kil- 
ninian and Kilmore, 
Argyll. 



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Robert Malcolm Hill, 27, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Edward King, 26, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



Gregor S. Dnimmondy 23, 
Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 

James Somers, 20, Collessie, 
Fife. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Jacobus C. Jack, 25, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Duncan Robertson, 21, Blair 

Athole, Perthensis. 
Robert Thomson, 24, South 

Knapdale, Argatheliensis. 
William O. Duncan, 25, 

Airlie, Angusiensis. 
Josephus Mitchell, 24, Craig, 

Angusiensis. 
Andrew Burns, 25, Dreghorn, 

Ayrshire. 
Kenneth A. Macleay, 22, 

Loch Broom, Ross-shire. 
David Thomson, 23, Mur- 

roes, Angusiensis. 
Robert T. Marshall, 26, 

Leslie, Fifensis. 
James Brown, 23, Bendochy, 

Perthiensis. 
Robertus Menzies Fergusson, 

24, Stanley, Perthensis. 
John Picken, 23, Craigie, 

Ayrshire. 
Gulielmus Sutherland, 26, 



John Somerville, 25, Orwell, 
Kinross. 

William Ballantine Camp- 
bell, 22, Methven, Perthi- 
ensis. 

John Henderson, 20, Scoonie, 
Fifensis. 

William L. Milroy, 21, 
Moneydie, Perthensis. 

George W. Mackay, 20, 
Stoer, Sutherlandshire. 

James M. Strachan, 22, 
Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 

David Wilson, 24, Scone, 
Perthshire. 

Archibald M'Neill, 23, 
Tongue, Sutherland- 
shire. 

Alexander Macrae, 20, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness- shire. 

Jacobus C. Anderson, 22, 
St Andrews, Fifensis. 

Robertus Gillespie, 21, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 

Strathy, Sutherlandensis. 



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1884- 1885. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Charles William Fleming, 

16, Inverallan, Elgin. 
James Fergusson, 17, Pais- 
ley, Renfrew. 

Alfred Douglas Farmer, 17, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Joannes Caseby, 23, Orwell, 

Kinross. 
David Georgius Rose, 15, 

Ferry - Port - on - Craig, 

Fife. 
Thomas NicoU Hepburn, 23, 

West Wemyss, Fife. 
Joannes Alexr. Grant, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
George Home Monro, 18, 

Blenheim, Marlborough, 

N. Z. 
Carolus Brown, 17, Cum- 

lodden, Argathaliensis. 
Gulielmus B. Jack, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
James Cameron, 16, Abdie, 

Fife. 
Robert Lyon, 18, Perth, 

Perth. 
David W. Scott, 19, Boar- 
hills, Fife. 
David Ramsay Henderson, 

17, Tibbermuir, Perth. 
Gulielmus Roy Jackson, 16, 

Tibbermuir, Perth. 



Duncan Hamilton Wood, 16, 
Falkland, Fife. 

Joannes Ogilvie, 17, Dollar, 
Clackmanan. 

James O. F. Gracie, 17, Tan- 
nadice, Forfar. 

Georgius Brown, 15, Kings- 
barns, Fifeshire. 

Josephus Wilson Birch, 
18, Wigan, Lanca- 
shire. 

Thomas Carmichael, 16, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 

David G. Young, 22, 
Leuchars, Fifeshire. 

William Sharp, 16, Comrie, 
Perthshire. 

Matthew Elder, 17, Leven, 
Fifeshire. 

Charles Stewart, 16, Liff, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander Dallas, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Robert Whyte Gibson, 16, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

Robert Coupar, 16, Fordoun, 
Kincardine. 

James Patrick, 15, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

George G. Roger, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Geoffrey Mackness, 16, 



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Broughty Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 

Charles A. Fleming, 15, 
Lundie, Forfarshire. 

Joannes Ogg, 15, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 

Charles Whyte, Jr., 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Carolus Watson, 21, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 

James Maclean, 16, Dunning, 
Perthshire. 

John Heggie, 19, Markinch, 
Fife. 

Sidney Duke, 16, St Vigeans, 
Forfarshire. 

Thomas Lauder, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George Harper, 19, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardine. 

Wm. G. M'Andrew, 19, 
Fordoun, Kincardine. 

Colin M*Leay, 20, Barvas, 
Ross. 

Thomas Gulielmus Davidson, 
17, Cupar, Fife. 

James Littlejohn, 16, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

Fred. R. Bremner, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Georgius Mann Macdonald, 
22, Laurencekirk, Kin- 
cardine. 



William Ballingall, 16, Dan- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Wm. G. Law, 17, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

James W. Walker, 17, Kem- 
back, Fifeshire. 

Alexander Moir Wood, 17, 
Sunderland, Durham. 

Alford William Anderson, 
16, St Andrews, Fife- 
shire. 

William A. Craigie, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Robert Osier, 24, Dunedin, 
Otago, New Zealand. 

Donald J. MacDonald, 26, 
Stornoway, Ross-shire. 

Edward Bramley, 16, Shef- 
field, Yorkshire. 

Arthur Moorhouse, 19, 
H uddersfield, Yorkshire. 

William Berwick, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

James Wilson, 27, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

James W. Auchterlonie, 19, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

James Cribbes, 22, Leuchars, 
Fifeshire. 

A. M. Archibald, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

James S. Newland, St An- 
drews, Fifeshire. 



John C. Scrimgeour, 17, Dundee, Forfarshire. 



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Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



John Grierson, 17, Wigan, 
Lancashire. 

Jacobus M'Owan, 20, Perth, 
Perth. 

Hugh G. Riviere, 15, Ham- 
stead, Middlesex. 

Alexander Jack, 29, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James Hill Stewart, 15, 
Ardrossan, Ayr. 

Walter M'Leod, 20, Burnt- 
island, Fife. 

Thos. Crichton, 17, Collessie, 
Fife. 

Joannes Pentland Smith, 17, 
Carnbee, Fife. 

Andreas Sime, 17, Newburn, 
Fife. 

Gulielmus Scott, 17, Dollar, 
Clackmannan. 

Alfred Macfarlane, 17, Loan- 
head, Edinburgh. 

Jacobus Macdonald, 

18, Boleskine, Inver- 
ness. 

Andreas Watt, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John George Mackay, 18, 
Crieff, Perth. 

William Brown, 19, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

John T. Levens, 22, London, 
Middlesex. 

Jacobus Wood, 18, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 



Joannes C. Peat, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James Gillies, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew Snadden, 20,Sauchie, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Gulielmus P. Adatn, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Gulielmus Edie, 19, Rober- 
ton, Hawick, Roxburgh- 
shire. 

James Grieve, 20, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

David Finlayson, 21, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Richard A. Fluck, 22, 
Tewkesbury, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Jacobus M'D. Troup, 16, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

John Hunter Gavin, 16, 
Stirling, Stirlingshire. 

Jacobus G. Goodall, 22, 
Tillicoultry, Clackmanan- 
shire. 

Joannes M'L. Murray, 20, 
Dollar, Clackmannanshire. 

Gulielmus H. M'Pherson, 16, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

John Dow, 22, St Monance, 
Fife. 

Georgius Higgs, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Joannes Clark, 21, KinnouU, 
Perth. 



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[1884 



John D. F. Gilchrist, 19, 

Carnbee, Fife. 
Hector Macaulay, 20, Gair- 

loch, Ross. 



Lauchlan Rose, 18, Blair 

Athole, Perth. 
John C. Williamson, 20, 

Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



William Edwin Thomson, 18, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Alexr. A. Milne, 27, Forgan, 

Fife. 
David Reid, 19, Balmerino, 

Fife. 
Robert Lawson, 21, Forgan, 

Fife. 
Donald M. Macdonald, 23, 

Uig, Ross. 
William Simmers, 19, Mains, 

Forfar. 
George R. Croll, 21, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardine. 
David Miller Kay, 18, Crieff, 

Perthensis. 
Alexander Thomson, 17, 

Arbroath, Forfarshire. 
James Sword, 26, Monifieth, 

Forfarshire. 
Henricus Gulielmus Gibson, 

19, St Andrews, jFife- 

shire. 
Andrew Walker, 19, Kemback, 

Fifeshire. 
Wm. S. Moir, 26, Tough, 

Aberdeen. 
John Maclean, 19, Braes, 

Inverness-shire. 
Albertus Tarbet, 19, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



David D. M'Laren, 24, 

Fordoun, Kincardineshire. 
William T. Tovani, 21, 

Blackford, Perthshire. 
Geo. T. Shettle, 23, Morden, 

Dorset. 
James H. White, 21, 

Ferry- Port-on-Craig, Fife- 
shire. 
George Soutar, 19, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
Robert McGregor, 19, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Andrew Gray, 16, Dalkeith, 

Edinburgh. 
Allan John L. Sinclair, 19, 

Kenmore, Perthshire. 
Gulielmus Lamond, 18, .St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Edmond S. Taylor, 18, 

Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian. 
Cuthertus Georgius M'Ewen, 

17, Eltham, Kent. 
David Brewster, 18, Kilmany, 

Fife. 
Frank Stanley Noble, 19, 

Gravesend, Kent. 
Joannes Wilson, 25, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Alexander Scott, 20, King- 
horn, Fife. 



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Archibald Allan, 32, Aberdour, 

Fife. 
David Ness, 21, Abbotshall, 

Fife. 
Henry K. Lawrie, 21, 

Wemyss, Fife. 



William W. Grant, 24, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Frederick Williamson, 18, 

Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 
James Grant, 21, Abernethy, 

Inverness-shire. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Gulielmus M. Tocher, 20, 

Barry, Angusiensis. 
Joannes Robertus Strachan, 

20, Langholm, Dumfries- 

ensis. 
Robertus F. Murray, 20, 

Ilminster, Somerset. 
David Christie, 19, St Vigeans, 

Angusiensis. 
George Wilson,24,Newcastle, 

Northumberland. 
Petrus Dawson, 26, Kenno- 

way, Fifensis. 
Alexr. Murray, 43, Kettle, 

Fifeshire. 
R. Malcolm Hill, 27, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Joannes Johnstone, 20, 

Leucharensis, Fifensis. 
D. G. Mitchell, 23, Inchture, 

Perth. 
Joannes Liddell, 26, Moni- 

fieth, Forfarshire. 
Archibald Carswell, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Robertus G. Hunter, 19, 

Newport, Fifensis. 
Hugh Mackenzie, 23, Ross- 
keen, Ross-shire. 



Robert Dunbar Mackenzie, 

20, Inverallan, Morayshire. 
Thomas C. Sturrock, 19, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Robert L. Walker, 20, Edin- 
burgh, Midlothian. 

Fredericus M. Spankie, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Davidus Watson, 18, Mark- 
inch, Fifensis. 

Jacobus A. Lowe, 21, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardin- 
ensis. 

Hugh F. M'Neill, 22,Tongue, 
Sutherland. 

Alexr. Cleland, 22, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander McGregor, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

James M. Christie, 20,Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew S. Dingwall Scott, 

21, Largo, Fifensis. 
Thomas P. Milne, 20, Tyrie, 

Aberdeenshire. 
David Matthew, 24, St 

Vigeans, Forfar. 
James Robb, 19, Kirriemuir, 

Forfar. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1884 



M. Ogilvy- Ramsay, 20, Close- 
bum, Dumfries. 

Robertus Macdonald, 20, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

James Hill, 21, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander Frew, 21, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 

Joannes Reid, 22, Little 
Dunkeld, Perthensis. 

Richard Muckersie, 19, 



Murdo MacKay, 22, Fan, 

Sutherlandshire. 
William Young, 22, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Edward King, 27, Whitburn, 

Linlithgow. 
Arthur B. Harris, 24, Forgan, 

Fife. 
Adam Norrie Barclay, 26, 

Montrose, Forfar. 
Melrose, Roxburgensis. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Jacobus C. Jack, 26, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Milcombus M'Kerracher, 21, 

Cupar, Fifeshire. 
Duncan Robertson, 22, Blair 

Athole, Perthshire. 
Joannes Menzies, 21, Logie- 

rait, Perthshire. 
Kenneth M. Craig, 30, Fraser- 
burgh, Aberdeenshire. 
Robert T. Marshall, 27, 

Leslie, Fifeshire. 
Kenneth A. Macleay, 23, 

Loch Broom, Ross-shire. 
Josephus Mitchell, 25, Craig, 

Angusiensis. 
Archibald M*Neill, 24, 

Tongue, Sutherlandshire. 
Andrew Burns, 26, Dreghorn, 

Ayrshire. 
Joannes Picken, 27, Craigie, 

Ayrshire. 
John Caesar, 19, Panbride, 

Forfarshire. 



Gulielmus L. Milroy, 22, 
Moneydie, Perthshire. 

Georgius W. Mackay, 21, 
Stoer, Sutherlandshire. 

John Henderson, 21, Scoonie, 
Fifeshire. 

Wm. B. Campbell, 23, Meth- 
ven, Perthshire. 

Andrew Armit, 19, Cupar- 
Fife, Fifeshire. 

Jacobus C. Anderson, 23, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

William Black, 22, Lundie, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander Macrae, 21, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness-shire. 

George Smith Dobbie, 27, 
Redgorton, Perth. 

Patrick Arthur Andrew, 26, 
Markinch, Fife. 

John Somerville, 26, Orwell, 
Kinross. 

Robert Thomson, 25, South 
Knapdale, Argathaliensis. 



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James M. Strachan, 23, 
Langholm, Dumfriesensis. 

Gregor S. Drummond, 23, 
Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 



Robertus Gillespie, 22, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 

Gulielmus O. Duncan, 26, 
Airlie, Forfarshire. 



1885-1886. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Henry Borthwick, 17, Moni- 

mail, Fifeshire. 
George Kenneth Menzies, 

16, St John's Wood, 

Middlesex. 
Wm. Cameron, 16, Edrom, 

Berwickshire. 
John Ogg, 16, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
Andrew Hanley, 15, Leswalt, 

Wigtonshire. 
Ronald Thomson, 16, West 

Wemyss, Fifeshire. 
Francis M. Anderson, 17, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Robert Barclay, 16, Greenock, 

Renfrewshire. 
Chas. C. Cruickshank, 20, 

Southampton, Hamp- 
shire. 
William B. M'Naughton, 20, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Alexander M. Wyllie, 21, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
David Robertson, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Peter Peebles, 21, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



Guthrie F. Watson, 18, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
Gerald Maitland Heriot, 17, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Arthur Niel Stewart, 19, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Thomas J. Lowe, 15, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 
John Irvine, 17, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
John T. Patterson, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
John Hastie, 21, Kennoway, 

Fife. 
Thomas B. Nicholson, 17, 

Scoonie, Fife. 
Douglas B. Watters, 23, 

Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire. 
John Sorley, 16, St Andrews, 

Fifeshire. 
Alexander B. Smith, 15, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
David G. Young, 23, 

Leuchars, Fifeshire. 
John B. Scott, 17, Forgan, 

Fifeshire. 
John NicoU, 15, Meigle, 

Perthshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[i88s 



Alexander M'Kenzie, 15, 
Tealing, Forfarshire. 

William A. Taylor, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Stewart F. Butchart, 16, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander M. Wood, 18, 
Sunderland, Durham. 

John C. Scrimgeour, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Duncan MacRae, 17, I^och- 
alsh, Ross-shire. 

Norman Maclean, 16, Portree, 
Inverness-shire. 

Angus M'Donald, 24, 
North Uist, Inverness- 
shire. 

James Dalgety, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Robert Robertson, 16, Cupar- 
Fife, Fife. 

David Murray, 39, Bower, 
Caithness. 

David Ramsay Henderson, 
18, Perth, Perthshire. 

Alexander Campbell Robert- 
son, 19, Dundee, Forfar. 

Neil MacLeod, 21, Strathy, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Millar Patrick, 17, CoUessie, 
Fifcshire. 

William Anderson, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 



James H. Lyon, 16, Perth, 

Perth. 
Jacobus O. F. Gracie, 18, 

Tannadice, Forfar. 
William D. Anderson, 19, 

Kirriemuir, Forfar. 
William G. M'Andrew, 20, 

Fordoun, Kincardine. 
George Luke, 18, Kinross, 

Kinross. 
John Leitham, 19, Perth, 

Perth. 
J as. Ernest Moorhouse, 16, 

Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 
Archd. J. Miller, 17, Arbroath, 

Forfarshire. 
Murdo J. C. Matheson, 17, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Cecil H. Cribb, 22, London, 

W., Middlesex. 
William Smith, 17, Cramond, 

Edinburgh. 
David Lawson, 17, Stirling, 

Stirling. 
Gustave Severn, 17, Rother- 

field, Sussex. 
William Reid, 17, Crail, Fife. 
John Stewart Black, 20, 

Carriden, Linlithgow. 
John Robertson, 21, Dun- 

nichen, Forfar. 
Robert Maxwell Cansh, 16, 

Glasgow, Lanark. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



James Barty, 17, Dunblane, 
Perthshire. 



Alford W. Anderson, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 




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James Maclean, 17, Dunning, 

Perthshire. 
Joseph W. Birch, 19, Wigan, 

Lancashire, 
John G. Mackay, 20, CriefF, 

Perthshire. 
John Ogilvie, 19, Dollar, 

Clackmananshire. 
Charles Watson, 22, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
Charles Brown, 18, Cumlod- 

den, Argyleshire. 
Gulielmus B. Jack, 22, St 

Mary's Terrace, [Dundee], 

Forfarshire. 
Gulielmus A. Craigie, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Alexander K. Dallas, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Thomas Carmichael, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Charles W. Fleming, 17, 

Inverallan, Elginshire. 
James Cameron, 17, Abdie, 

Fifeshire. 
David G. Rose, 16, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Carolus Stewart, 17, Lochee, 

Forfarshire. 
Robertus Coupar, 17, 

Fordoun, Kincardine. 
Georgius Roger, 18, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Geoffrey M. Mackness, 17, 

Broughty Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 
James Patrick, 17, Barry, 

Forfarshire. 



Sidney Duke, 17, St Vigeans, 
Forfarshire. 

George M. Macdonald, 23, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 

Carolus Whyte, /r., 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Heggie, 20, Markinch, 
Fifeshire. 

James Littlejohn, 17, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Wm. Guthrie Law, 18, 
Montrose, Forfarshire. 

Frederick R. Bremner, 18, 
Cupar, Fife. 

Charles A. Fleming, 16, 
Lundie, Forfarshire. 

James W. Walker, 18, Kem- 
back, Fife. 

Thomas W. Davidson, 18, 
Cupar, Fife. 

John A. Grant, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

William Sharp, 17, Comrie, 
Perth. 

Colin M'Leay, 18, Barvas, 
Lewis. 

Georgius Brown, 16, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George Harper, 20, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardine. 

John Caseby, 25, Orwell, 
Kinross. 

Robert Lyon, 19, Perth, Perth. 

William R. Jackson, 17, 
Perth, Perth. 

Alfred Douglas Farmer, 18, 
St Andrews, Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



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James Fergusson, 18, Paisley, 

Renfrew. 
Alexr. St Clair, 18, Newport, 

Fifeshire. 
John Mackay, 20, Farr, 

Sutherlandshire. 
Gulielmus Ballingall, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Arthur Moorhouse, 20, 



Gulielmus Henderson, 18, 

Wick, Caithness. 
Jacobus Wilson, 28, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
C. Brown, 21, New Kilpatrick, 

Dumbartonshire. 
Robertus Whyte Gibson, 17, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



James Wood, 19, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
Georgius Higgs, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifensis. 
Alfred Macfarlane, 18, Airth, 

Stirlingshire. 
William Brown, 20, Montrose, 

Forfarshire. 
James Grieve, 21, Montrose, 

Forfarshire. 
Hugh Riviere, 16, Hamstead, 

Middlesex. 
Alexander Jack, 30, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Lauchlan Rose, 19, Blair 

Athole, Perthshire. 
Andreas Sime, 18, Newburn, 

Fifeshire. 
Donald M*Rae, Aviemore, 

Inverness-shire. 
Thomas Crichton, 18, Lady- 
bank, Fife. 
John Grierson, 18, Wigan, 

Lancashire. 
James Macdonald, 19, Bole- 

skine, Inverness-shire. 



John C. Williamson, 21, 
Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 

Andrew Watt, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John Pentland Smith, 18, 
Carnbee, Fifeshire. 

Joannes M*L. Murray, 21, 
Dollar, Clackmannan. 

Gulielmus Edie, 20, Robert- 
onensis, Selkirk. 

Hector Macaulay, 21, Gair- 
loch, Ross-shire. 

James Goodall, 23, Tilli- 
coultry, Clackmannanshire. 

Andrew Snadden, 21, Sauchie, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Gulielmus P. Adam, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Dow, 23, St Monance, 
Fifeshire. 

James M*D. Troup, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Walter M*Leod, 21, Burnt- 
island, Fife. 

James Gillies, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 




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251 



John Thomson Levens, 23, 
London, Middlesex. 

John Clark, 22, Kinnoull, 
Perth. 

William Scott, 18, Dollar, 
Clackmannan. 

W. H. MTherson, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Edward Bramley, 17, Shef- 
field, Yorkshire. 



David Finlayson, 22, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

John C. Peat, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James H. Stewart, 17, Ar- 
drossan, Ayr. 

William Thomson, 23, 
Resolis, Ross-shire. 

Richard A. Fluck, 23, Tewkes- 
bury, Gloucestershire. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Albertus Tarbet, 20, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Geo. T. Shettle, 24, Morden, 

Dorset. 
David M. Kay, 19, Crieff, 

Perthshire. 
Jacobus Sword, 26, Monifieth, 

Forfarshire. 
William Simmers, 20, Strath- 
martin, Forfarshire. 
James Grant, 22, Abernethy, 

Inverness-shire. 
William C. M*Culloch, 21, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Andrew Gray, 17, Dalkeith, 

Edimburgensis. 
David Ness, 22, Dysart, Fife. 
David Reid, 20, Balmerino, 

Fife. 
Andrew Walker, 20, Kem- 

back, Fifeshire. 
Alexander J. Thomson, 18, 

Arbroath, Forfarshire. 
James H. White, 22, Ferry- 

Port-on-Craig, Fifeshire. 



Frederick Williamson, 
19, Greenlaw, Berwick- 
shire. 

Robert M*Gregor, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Scott, 21, King- 
horn, Fife. 

John Wilson, 26, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

George R. Croll, 22, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardine. 

Frank Stanley Noble, 20, 
Gravesend, Kent. 

Hugh Mackenzie, 24, Ross- 
keen, Ross-shire. 

Edmund S. Taylor, 19, Edin- 
burgh, Midlothian. 

David Christie, 20, St 
Vigeans, Forfarshire. 

George Soutar, 20, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Archibald Allan, 33, Aberdour, 
Fifeshire. 

Henry K. Lawrie, 22, 
Wemyss, Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1885 



Robert D. Mackenzie, 21, 
Inverallan, Morayshire. 

David Brewster, 19, Kilmany, 
Fifeshire- 



Arthur B. Harris, 25, Forgan, 

Fife. 
William W. Grant, 25, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



Robert Lawson, 22, Glasgow, I Henricus Gulielmus Gibson, 



Renfrew. 



David D. M'Laren, 25, Alexander Frew, 22, Kirk- 



20, St Andrews, Fife. 



Fordoun, Kincardine. 



caldy, Fife. 



Gulielmus Edvinus Thomson, 20, Dundee, Forfar. 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



John Liddell, 27, Monifieth, 

Forfar. 
Alexander Cleland, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 
William M. Tocher, 21, Barry, 

Forfar. 
John Johnstone,2i, Leuchars, 

Fife. 
John Robert Strachan, 21, 

Langholm, Dumfries. 
Thomas Patton Milne, 21, 

Tyrie, Aberdeen. 
Robert T. Marshall, 28, 

Leslie, Fife. 
Kenneth A. Macleay, 24, 

Loch Broom, Ross-shire. 
James A. Lowe, 22, Laurence- 
kirk, Kincardine. 
Andrew Burns, 27, Dreghorn, 

Ayrshire. 
John Dow, 22, Blair Athole, 

Perthshire. 
Joseph Mitchell, 26, Craig, 

Angusiensis. 
David Matthew, 24, Arbroath, 

Forfar. 



James Hill, 22, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
John Menzies, 22, Logie- 

rait, Perthensis. 
John Caesar, 20, Panbride, 

Forfar. 
James Robb, 20, Kirriemuir, 

Forfar. 
James Brown, 25, Bendochy, 

Perth. 
Kenneth M. Craig, 31, Fraser- 
burgh, Aberdeenshire. 
Christopher Y. M. Harrower, 

28, Biggar, Lanarkshire. 
Alexander M*Gregor, 20, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
George S. Dobbie, 28, 

Redgorton, Perthshire. 
Alexander Brown, 26, Port- 

moak, Kinross. 
Charles D. Bentick, 19, 

Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 
Robert Malcolm Hill, 28, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
William Black; 24, Lundie, 

Forfarshire. 



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Andreas S. Dingwall Scott, 

22, Largo, Fifensis. 
Archibald M'Neill, 25, 

Tongue, Sutherlandshire- 
Robertas Macdonald, 21, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 
Malcolm M'Kerracher, 22, 

Cupar, Fife. 



Andrew Armit, 20, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Robert Gillespie, 23, King- 
horn, Fifensis. 

Duncan Robertson, 23, Blair 

Athole, Perthensis. 
Richard Muckersie, 21, 
Melrose, Roxburgensis. 



Studiosi Scientiae CoUegii Taodunensis. 



John Dunn, 30, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
William Low, 23, Monifieth, 

Forfarshire. 
Thomas Reid, 25, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
George Powrie, 19, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
George Malcolm, 40, Tealing, 

Forfarshire. 



James Schleselman, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William Frew, 15, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

J. M. White, 28, Dundee, 
Forfarshire^. 

David Dawson, 25, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William Drummond Cargill, 
16, Mains, Forfarshire. 



1 886- 1 887. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



George William Guy Linde- 
say, 15, St Andrews, Fife- 
shire. 

David Gordon Bett, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alan Cant, 15, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

Edgar Nathaniel Loftus 
Brock, 19, All Saints', 
Middlesex. 



Andrew Brown, 18, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Samuel C. Brush, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander M. Cowan, 18, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

Walter J. Robertson, 17, 
Edinburgh, Mid- Lothian. 

David M. Hampton, 31, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1886 



Duncan Cameron, 17, Kil- 
monivaig, Inverness. 

John S. Smart, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Douglas B. Smith, 16, 
Arbroath, Forfar- 

shire. 

Thomas C. Darling, 17, 
Cupar, Fife. 

John Hood, 16, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Frank G. Proudfoot, 17, 
Leuchars, Fife. 

Robert Bruce, 23, Edin- 
burgh, Mid-Lothian. 

Thomas J. Lowe, 16, 
Laurencekirk, Kin- 

cardine. 

Alexander R. Moon, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

George Stott, 18, Craig, 
Forfarshire. 

Robertus Beveridge, 22, 
Orwell, Kinross. 

G. Lindsay Leslie, 15, 
Creich, Fifeshire. 

William Ramsay, 17, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

John Ramsay, 15, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

Herbert J. Bremner, 16, 
Cupar, Fifeshire. 

Adam P. Nimmo, 16, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

Julianus Irvine, 15, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

James Gilruth, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



David Allison, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Archibald us L. Pentland 
Smith, 16, Cambee, Fife- 
shire. 

Charles Wright, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James Dalgety, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David Ross, 19, St Mar- 
tins, Perthshire. 

John J. Cameron, 17, 
Brechin, Forfarshire. 

John Harris, 18, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

Edward Macrae, 23, Glasgow, 
Lanarkshire. 

Duncan Macpherson, 23, 
Gairloch, Ross-shire. 

John Phyn, 18, Kirriemuir, 
Forfarshire. 

John Sutherland Fraser, 
18, Forres, Moray- 
shire. 

Wm. Gordon, 29, London, 
England, Middlesex. 

William Menzies, 18, Weem, 
Perthshire. 

Allan Wilson, 18, Assynt, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Chas. C. Cruickshank, 21, 
Southampton, Hamp- 
shire. 

Edward W. Mackay, 
17, Latheron, Caith- 
ness. 

Frank Cecil Turner, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



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255 



James. B. Grahame, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
John P. Browning, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



John M. Anderson, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Samuel Laing, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Andrew M'Lean Hanley, 16, 

Leswalt, Wigtonshire. 
Joannes Ogg, 17, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
David Murray, 40, Bower, 

Caithness. 
Ronald Thomson, 17, West 

Wemyss, Fife. 
John Leitham, 20, Perth, 

Perth. 
Norman Maclean, 17, Braes, 

Portree, Inverness. 
Duncan MacRae, 20, Loch- 

alsh, Ross-shire. 
Patricius Gulielmus Ander- 
son, 20, Dundee, Angusi- 

ensis. 
Franciscus M. Anderson, 18, 

Taodunum, Angusiensis. 
Alexander B. Smith, 16, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Thomas B. Nicholson, 18, 

Scoonie, Fifeshire. 
J. C. Scrimgeour, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Charles Brown, 22, Inch- 

innan, Renfrewshire. 
Wm. B. M'Naughton, 21, 

Longforgan, Perthshire. 
George Luke, 19, Kinross, 

Kinross. 



David Robertson, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alex. M*Kenzie, 16, Tealing, 
Forfarshire. 

Wm. Cameron, 17, Edrom, 
Berwickshire. 

Wm. A. Taylor, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James O. F. Gracie, 19, 
Tannadice, Forfarshire. 

Robertus Robertson, 17, 
Cupar, Fife. 

John Patterson, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

David Lawson, 18, Stirling, 
Stirling. 

Archd. J. Miller, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

W. G. M'Andrew, 21, 
Fordoun, Kincardine- 
shire. 

John Robertson, 22, Dun- 
nichen, Forfarshire. 

Stewart F. Butchart, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

John Irvine, 18, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

William Anderson, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

James H. Lyon, 17, Perth, 
Perth. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1886 



John Sorley, 17, St Andrews, 

Fifeshire. 
Millar Patrick, 18, CoUessie, 

Fifeshire. 
William Reid, 18, Crail, 

Fifeshire. 
William Berwick, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
John NicoU, 16, Meigle, 

Perthshire. 
Robert Barclay, 17, Green- 
ock, Renfrewshire. 
Henry Borthwick, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Angus McDonald, 25, 
Robert Maxwell Cansh, 



North Uist, Inverness- 
shire. 
G. Kenneth Menzies, 17, 

Marylebone, Middlesex. 
William D. Anderson, 20, 

Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. 
David G. Young, 24, 

Leuchars, Fifeshire. 
Murdo J. C. Matheson, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Gustave Severn, 18, London, 

Middlessex. 
James Ernest Moorhouse, 17, 

Linthwaite, Huddersfield, 

Yorkshire. 
17, Glasgow, Lanark. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Alexander Campbell Robert- 
son, 20, Dundee, Forfar. 

William Guthrie Law, 19, 
Montrose, Forfar. 

Joseph W. Birch, 20, Wigan, 
Lancashire. 

James Maclean, 18, Dunning, 
Perthshire. 

John A. Grant, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

G. M. Macdonald, 24, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

Gulielmus Henderson, 19, 
Wick, Caithness. 

James Barty, 18, Dunblane, 
Perthshire. 

Geoffrey M. Mackness, 18, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 



Robert Coupar, 18, Fordoun, 
Kincardine. 

Thos. W. Davidson, 19, 
Cupar, Fife. 

A. Douglas Farmer, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Chas. Stewart, 18, Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

George G. Roger, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William A. Craigie, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

James Patrick, 17, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

James W. Walker, 19, Kem- 
back, Fifeshire. 

David Ramsay Henderson, 
19, Tibbermuir, Perth- 
shire. 



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William Roy Jackson, 18, 
Tibbermuir, Perth- 

shire. 

Charles Brown, 19, Cum- 
lodden, Argyllshire. 

Thomas Carmichael, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Sidney Duke, 18, St Vigeans, 
Forfarshire. 

James Cameron, 18, Abdie, 
Fifeshire. 

Charles W. Fleming, 18, 
Inverallan, Moray- 

shire. 

Edward Bramley, 18, Shef- 
field, Yorkshire. 

Charles A. Fleming, 17, 
Lundie, Forfar. 

Alexr. St Clair, 19, Newport, 
Fife. 

John Ogilvie, 21, Dollar, 
Clackmanan. 

Carolus Watson, 23, Brechin, 

Forfar. 
William Sharp, 18, Comrie, 

Perth. 
Carolus Whyte, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



Frederick R. Bremner, 19, 

Cupar, Fifeshire. 
George Harper, 21, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardineshire. 
Wm. B. Jack, 23, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
John Heggie, 21, Markincb, 

Fifeshire. 
David G. Rose, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Alex. K. Dallas, 19, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Wm. Ballingall, 18, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
James Littlejohn, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 
James Fergusson, 19, Paisley, 

Renfirewshire. 
Colin M'Leay, 20, Barvas, 

Ross-shire. 
Arthur Moorhouse, 21, Linth- 

waite, Yorkshire. 
Jacobus Wilson, 29, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire- 
Robert P. Lyon, 20, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
John Mackay, 21, Farr, 

Sutherland. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



Donald M. Macdonald, 25, 

Uig, Ross-shire. 
John G. Mackay, 21, CriefF, 

Perthshire. 
John Dow, 24, St Monance, 

Fifeshire. 



William H. M'Pherson, 18, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alfred Macfarlane, 19, Airth, 
Stirlingshire. 

William Brown, 21, Mon- 
trose, Forfarshire. 



R 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1886 



Hugh Riviere, 17, Hamp- 
stead, Middlesex. 

James Gillies, 21, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John M'L. Murray, 22, 
Dollar, Clackmannan. 

John Maclean, 21, Braes, 
Inverness-shire. 
* Lauchlan Rose, 20, 
Blair Athole, Perth- 
shire. 

Hector Macaulay, 22, Gair- 
loch, Ross-shire. 

John Grierson, 19, Wigan, 
Lancashire. 

Walter M'Leod, 22, Burnt- 
island, Fifeshire. 

James Wood, 20, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew Walker, 21, Kem- 
back, Fifeshire. 

Thomas Crichton, 19, Lady- 
bank, Fifeshire. 

James M*D. Troup, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

James Macdonald, 20, 
Boleskine, Inverness- 

shire. 

George Higgs, 18, Aber- 
nethy, Perthshire. 

Donald M*Rae, 21, Duthil, 
Inverness. 

James Grieve, 22, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew Snadden, 22, 
Sauchie, Clackmannan. 






William Edie, 21, Roberton, 
Roxburghshire. 

William P. Adam, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William Scott, 19, Dollar, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Andrew Sime, 19, Newbum, 
Fifeshire. 

John Wilson, 27, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

John Pentland Smith, 19, 
Cambee, Fifeshire. 

Alexander Jack, 31, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John Clark, 23, Kinnouil, 
Perth. 

James G. Goodall, 24, Tilli- 
coultry, Clackmannan. 

George R. Croll, 23, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardine. 

Richard Andrews Fluck, 25, 
Tewkesbury, Gloucester- 
shire. 

David Finlayson, 23, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Andrew Watt, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William Thomson, 24, 
Inverness, Inverness- 

shire. 

John C. Williamson, 22, 
Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 

John C. Peat, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Allan Briggs, 25, Cupar, 
Fife. 



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259 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



David Ness, 23, Pathhead, 
Fifeshire. 

Robert Dunbar Mackenzie, 
22, Inverallan, Elginshire. 

David D. M'Laren, 26, For- 
doun, Kincardineshire. 

John Dow, 23, Blair Athole, 
Perthshire. 

Thomas Patton Milne, 22, 
Tyrie, Aberdeenshire. 

Kenneth M. Craig, 32, 
Fraserburgh, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

William M. Tocher, 22, 
Barry, Forfarshire. 

James A. Lowe, 23, Laurence- 
kirk, Kincardineshire. 

James Robb, 21, Kirriemuir, 
Forfarshire. 

David Matthew, 26, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

James Brown, 26, Bendochy, 
Perthshire. 

James B. Wallace, 28, Ben- 
dochy, Perthshire. 

John Liddell, 28, Monifieth, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew Gray, 18, Dalkeith, 
Edinburgensis. 

Archibald M'Neill, 26, 
Tongue, Sutherlandshire. 

David Brewster, 20, Kil- 
many, Fifeshire. 

Archibald Allan, 34, Aber- 
dour, Fifeshire. 



Alexander M'Gregor, 21, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

William Black, 25, Lundie, 
Forfar. 

James Hill, 23, Mains and 
Strathmartine, Forfar. 

William G. Donaldson, 25, 
Cupar, Fife. 

Robert Malcolm Hill, 29, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Andreas S. Dingwall Scott, 
23, Largo, Fifeshire. 

John Johnstone, 22,Leuchars, 
Fifeshire. 

John Menzies, 22, Logierait, 
Perthensis. 

Alexander Cleland, 23, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Edward E. Prince, 28, 
Leeds, Yorkshire. 

Alexander Frew, 23, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 

George J. Mackay, 24, 
Latheron, Caithness. 

Alexander Brown, 27, Port- 
moak, Kinross-shire. 

Andrew Armit, 21, Cupar- 
Fife, Fife. 

Robert Macdonald, 22, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

Charles D. Bentick, 20, 
Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 

John R. Strachan, 22, 
Langholm, Dumfries- 
ensis. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1886 



Henricus Gulielmus Gibson, 
21, St Andrews, Fife. 

William Candlish, 34, Kirk- 
cudbright, Kirkcudbright. 



William C. M'CuUoch, 22, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
John Csesar, 21, Panbride, 

Forfar. 



Studiosi Scientiae CoUegii Taodunensis. 



William Low, 24, Monifieth, 
Forfarshire. 

James Sword, 28, Monifieth, 
Forfarshire. 

John Dunn, 31, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

David Dawson, 25, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Geo. Grant Hepburn, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Henry J. Waddie, 17, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

Walter W. H. Brownlee, 17, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Blaine C. Douglas, 17, Moni- 
fieth, Forfar. 

Robert H. Adamson, 17, 
Forfar, Forfar. 

Duncan Sinclair, 15, Perth, 
Perth. 

Jas. A. Lamb, 24, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



William Frew, 16, Perth, 
Perth. 

Thomas Reid, 26, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David Williamson, 23, Don- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Hugh P. Holburn, 24, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William Kidd, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

George Malcolm, 41, Tealing, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander Meek, 21, Moni- 
fieth, Forfarshire. 

George Powrie, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Arthur B. Harris, 26, Forgan, 
Fifeshire. 

James Anderson, 32, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

William Drummond CargiU, 
17, Mains, Forfarshire. 



1 887- 1 888. 



Studiosi Anni Primi. 



Alexander Moody Stuart 
Martin, 19, Auchterarder, 
Perth. 



William R. Addison Scott, 
17, St Andrews, 
Fife. 



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261 



William M'Callum, 16, 
Monzievaird, Perth. 

James Wilson, 22, Strath- 
miglo, Fife. 

James Robertson, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James Gray, 15, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Daniel M'Laren, 24, Comrie, 
Perth. 

James P. Sturrock, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Clive Riviere, 15, London, 
Middlesex. 

David W. Scott, 22, Kings- 
barns, Fife. 

Alexander Jack, 15, Ferry- 
Port-on-Craig, Fife. 

David Annal, 22, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Robert Mitchell, 17, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

John MacBeth, 20, Black- 
ford, Perth. 

William B. Clarke, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John E. M*Rae, 17, Peni- 
cuik, Midlothian. 

John M. Anderson, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Wm. E. Philip, 17, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James Smart Ogilvy, 17, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Edward John Smyth Teviot- 
dale, 16, Dundee, Forfar. 

Arthur W. K. Herdman, 22, 
Blairgowrie, Perth. 



Balfour S. Nicholson, 15, 

Scoonie, Fife. 
Douglas B. Smith, 17, St 

Vigeans, Forfarshire. 
James A. Davidson, 15, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 
John W. Craig, 15, Kelton, 

Kircudbrightshire. 
Robert Affleck, 17, Bal- 

maghie, Kirkcudbright. 
Archibald C. Morrison, 17, 

Logie-Pert, Forfarshire. 
John Lang, 19, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
John Campbell, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Ferdinand Thornely Fried - 

erichs, 17, Berkhamsted, 

Hertfordshire. 
Charles Hutchison, 18, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. 
Andrew Dalgety, 16, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Oswald Raitt, 16, Blairgowrie, 

Perth. 
Joseph A. Ellison, 21, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
George Christie, 17, Elgin, 

Morayshire. 
Robert L. Proudfoot, 16, 

Leuchars, Fife. 
James M'Pherson, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
D. Don Watson, 16, Cupar, 

Fife. 
John S. Smart, 19, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1887 



Archibald G. Brown, 19, 
Bendochy, Perthshire. 

Charles Alexander King, 15, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

Robert Cameron, 16, Kil- 
monivaig, Inverness- 
shire. 

George Lindsay Leslie, 16, 
Creich, Fifeshire. 

William L. Stewart, 15, 
Dairy, Kirkcudbright. 

D. Bruce Millar, 16, Kin- 
cardine O'Neil, Aber- 
deen. 

Edward W. Mackay, 18, 
Latheron, Caithness. 



John C. Leslie, 16, Parish 

of St Vigeans, Forfar. 
William J. S. Ewan, 17, 

Fyvie, Aberdeen. 
Hugh M'Lellan, 27, Kil- 

choman, Argyle. 
Archibald Hume, 43, Cross- 

michael, Kirkcudbright. 
John M. Ramsay, 22, Cupar, 

Fife. 
David Irons, 18, Mains and 

Strathmartine, Forfar. 
John Charles Bell, 48, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
James Herbert Curie, 17, 

Melrose, Roxburgh. 



Studiosi Anni Secundi. 



Samuel Laing, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Alan Cant, 16, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Thomas J. Lowe, 17, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 
George Stott, 19, Craig, 

Forfar. 
Ronald Thomson, 18, West 

Wemyss, Fife. 
John J. Cameron, 18, Brechin, 

Forfar. 
David Machardy Hampton, 

32, Dundee, Forfar. 
James Dalgety, 21, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
George Lawson, 16, Culross, 

Perthshire. 



Thos. C. Darling, 18, Cupar, 

Fife. 
James Gilruth, 19, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Neil MacLeod, 23, Strathy 

(Farr), Sutherlandshire. 
Duncan Cameron, 18, Kil- 

monivaig, Inverness- 
shire. 
Alexander R. Moon, i8, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Walter J. Robertson, 18, 

Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian. 
John Ramsay, 16, Cupar, 

Fife. 
Robert Beveridge, 23, Orwell, 

Kinross. 
Duncan Macpherson, 24, 

Gairloch, Ross-shire. 



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Frank G. Proudfoot, 18, 
Leuchars, Fife. 

William Menzies, 19, Weem, 
Perthshire. 

Andrew Brown, 19, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

David M. Allison, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Charles Wright, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John M. H. MacLeod, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

John William Critchley, 18, 
Skelmersdale, Lanca- 
shire. 

Archibald L. Pentland 



Smith, 17, Carnbee, Fife- 
shire. 
Andrew Gavin, 18, Stirling, 

Stirlingshire. 
Herbert J. Bremner, 17, 

Cupar, Fifeshire. 
Julian Irvine, 16, Arbroath, 

Forfarshire. 
A. Prentice Nimmo, 17, 

Springfield, Fife. 
Charles C. Cruickshank, 22, 

Southampton, Hampshire. 
John Irvine, 19, Strathkin- 

ness, Fife. 
Jas. B. Grahame, St Andrews, 

Fife. 



Studiosi Anni Tertii. 



Andrew M*L. Hanley, 17, 

Leswalt, Wigtonshire. 
Franciscus M. Anderson, 19, 

Deidonum, Angusi- 

ensis. 
David Murray, 41, Bower, 

Caithness. 
Stewart F. Butchart, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Robertus Barclay, 18, 

Greenock, Renfrewshire. 
John NicoU, 17, Meigle, 

Perthshire. 
William B. M'Naughton, 22, 

Longforgan, Perthshire. 
William Alexr. Taylor, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
David Robertson, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



Alexander B. Smith, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

William Reid, 19, Crail, 
Fifeshire. 

Archd. J. Miller, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Thomas B. Nicholson, 19, 
Scoonie, Fifeshire. 

John C. Scrimgeour, 
20, Dundee, Forfar- 
shire. 

Robert Robertson, 18, Cupar- 
Fife, Fifeshire. 

John Patterson, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Wm. Cameron, 18, Edrom, 
Berwickshire. 

Alex. M'Kenzie, 17, Tealing, 
Forfarshire. 



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William Anderson, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Carolus Brown, 23, New 

Kilpatrick, Renfrewshire. 
John Leitham, 21, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
George Luke, 20, Kinross, 

Kinross-shire. 
David G. Young, 25, 

Leuchars, Fifeshire. 
Millar Patrick, 19, Collessie, 

Fifeshire. 
Norman Maclean, 18, Portree, 

Inverness. 
George Kenneth Menzies, 18, 

Marylebone, Middlesex. 
James O. F. Gracie, 20, 

Tannadice, Forfar. 
David Lawson, 19, Stirling, 

Stirling. 



Duncan MacRae, 20, Loch- 

alsh, Ross-shire. 
John Sorley, 18, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
John Ogg, 18, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
D. Ramsay Henderson, 20, 

Tibbermuir, Perthshire. 
William D. Anderson, 21, 

Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. 
William G. M'Andrew, 22, 

Fordoun, Kincardineshire. 
Henry Borthwick, 19, Moni- 

mail, Fifeshire. 
William Berwick, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
James Ernest Moorhouse, 18, 

Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 
Robert Whyte Gibson, 19, 

St Andrews, Fife. 



Studiosi Anni Quarti. 



George Guthrie Roger, 20, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Campbell Robert- 
son, 21, Dundee, Forfar- 
shire. 

John A. Grant, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Thomas Carmichael, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

William Sharp, 19, Comrie, 
Perthshire. 

Alexr. St Clair, 20, Newport, 
Fifeshire. 

David M. Kay, 21, Muthill, 
Perthshire. 



John George Mackay, 22, 
Crieflf, Perthshire. 

James Wallace Walker, 
20, Kemback, Fife- 
shire. 

John Pentland Smith, 20, 
Carnbee, Fifeshire. 

James Barty, 19, Dunblane, 
Perthshire. 

Charles Brown, 20, Cumlod- 
den, Argyllshire. 

William P. Adam, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alfred Douglas Farmer, 20, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 



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Robert Coupar, 19, Fordoun, 
Kincardine. 

William A. Craigie, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William Ballingall, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

James Maclean, 19, Dunning, 
Perthshire. 

John Mackay, 22, Farr, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Edward Bramley, 19, Shef- 
field, Yorkshire. 

Carolus Stewart, 19, Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

James Grieve, 23, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

John Wilson, 28, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

G. M. Macdonald, 25, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

James Patrick, 18, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

William Henderson, 20, 
Wick, Caithness. 

John Robertson, 23, Bower, 
Caithness. 

Andrew Watt, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Charles W. Fleming, 19, 
Inverallan, Elginshire. 

James Fergusson, 20, Paisley, 
Renfrewshire. 

William R. Jackson, 19, 
Tibbermuir, Perthshire. 

James Littlejohn, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Charles A. Fleming, 18, 
Lundie, Forfarshire. 



Geoffrey M. Mackness, 19, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 

Joseph W. Birch, 21, Wigan, 
Lancashire. 

William B. Jack, 24, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Charles Watson, 24, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 

John Ogilvie, 22, Dollar, 
Clackmananshire. 

David G. Rose, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Richard Andrews Fluck, 25, 
Tewkesbury, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Alexander Jack, 31, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Charles Whyte, 22, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander K. Dallas, 20, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

George Harper, 22, Fetter- 
cairn, Kincardineshire. 

Frederic R. Bremner, 20, 
Cupar, Fifeshire. 

John Heggie, 22, Markincb, 
Fifeshire. 

Wm. Guthrie Law, 20, 
Montrose, Forfarshire. 

Arthur Moorhouse, 22, 
Huddersfield, Yorkshire. 

James G. Goodall, 25, Tilli- 
coultry, Clackmananshire. 

John C. Williamson, 23, 
Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 

James Grant, 24, Abernethy, 
Inverness. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1887 



Studiosi Theologiae. 



Jacobus Brown, 27, Bendochy, 

Perthiensis. 
David Ness, 24, Abbotshall, 

Fifeshire. 
Joannes Robertus Strachan, 

23, Langholm, Dumfries- 

ensis. 
John Maclean, 22, Portree, 

Inverness-shire. 
Robert D. Mackenzie, 23, 

Inverallan, Morayshire. 
David D. M'Laren, 27, For- 

doun, Kincardineshire. 
Andrew Sime, 20, Newburn, 

Fifeshire. 
Alexr. Cleland, 24, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
James A. Lowe, 24, Laurence- 
kirk, Kincardineshire. 
James Robb, 22, Kirriemuir, 

Forfarshire. 
John Dow, 24, Blair Athole, 

Perthshire. 
John Cochrane, 25, Scone, 

Perthshire. 
John Caesar, 22, Panbride, 

Forfarshire. 
Alfred Macfarlane, 20, Airth, 

Stirlingshire. 
Alex. Brown, 28, Portmoak, 

Kinross. 
Andrew Gray, 19, Dalkeith, 

Edimburgensis. 
Walter M'Leod, 23, Burnt- 
island, Fife. 



Wm. M'Culloch, 23, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
William Rankin, 23, Old 

Monkland, Lanark. 
Alexander Scott, 23, King- 
horn, Fife. 
Andrew Snadden, 23, Sauchie, 

Alloa, Clackmannan. 
Henry Reid Chalmers, 21, 

Perth, Perthshire. 
Charles M'Glashan, 19, 

Monzievaird, nr. Criefi^ 

Perthshire. 
James Hill, 24, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
William Brown, 22, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
Robert Macdonald, 23, 

Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 
James Gillies, 22, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Archibald Allan, 35, Aber- 

dour, Fife. 
John Johnstone, 23, 

Leuchars, Fife. 
Kenneth M. Craig, 33, 

Fraserburgh, Aberdeen. 
Charles D. Bentinck, 21, 

Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 
John Liddell, 29, Monifieth, 

Forfar. 
Robert Malcolm Hill, 30, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Alexander M'Gregor, 23, 

Dundee, Forfar. 



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Jacobus Bell Wallace, 29, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Thomas P. Milne, 23, Tyrie, 

Aberdeen. 
Frederick Williamson, 21, 

Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 
William M. Tocher, 23, 

Barry, Forfar. 



John C. Peat, 21, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

David Brewster, 21, Kil- 
many, Fife. 

Andreas S. Dingwall Scott, 
24, Largo, Fifensis. 

Alexander Frew, 24, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Scientiae CoUegii Taodunensis. 



John Mudie, 42, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

George Caird, 47, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James Anderson, 32, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

G. Grant Hepburn, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

John Dunn, 31, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

William D. Cargill, 18, 
Mains, Forfar. 

James Sword, 29, Monifieth, 
Forfar. 

R. H. Adamson, 18, Forfar, 
Forfar. 

Duncan Sinclair, 16, Perth, 
Perth. 

H. J. Waddie, 18, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

John S. Lumsden, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Blaine C. Douglas, 18, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar. 

David Williamson, 24, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



Hugh P. Holburn, 25, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James Braik Mason, 36, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

David Low, 22, Claverhouse, 
Forfar. 

William G. Smith, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Alexander Meek, 22, Moni- 
fieth, Forfar. 

George R. Powrie, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

William Low, 25, Monifieth, 
Forfar. 

William Frew, 17, Perth, 
Perth. 

David Symon, 17, Perth, 
Perth. 

John F. Macdiarmid, 22, 
Dundee, Dundee. 

J as. Lamb, 25, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James B. Robb, 22, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander Edward, 29, 
Kirriemuir, Forfar. 



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1 888- 1 889. 



United College. 



First Year. 



John Gillavray Taylor, 17, 
Arbroath, Forfar. 

Edward Leadbetter Milne, 
15, Arbroath, Forfar. 

Robert Ingles, 16, Crieff, 
Perth. 

Harry M'Donald Kyle, 16, 
Glasgow, Lanark. 

Alexander Boyd Barty, 15, 
Dunblane, Perth. 

Alexander Moody Stuart 
Martin, 20, Aberuthven, 
by Auchterarder, Perth. 

Richard Watt Todd, 22, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

James Roberson Dykes, 21, 
Strathmiglo, Fife. 

Henry N. Patrick, 15, Cole- 
raine, Antrim. 

William Burns, 16, Eassie, 
Forfar. 

Jas. Kennedy, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

John M. Ramsay, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

George Wyllie Howie, 17, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Robert B. R. Mair, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Robert C. Mitchell, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



Robert Pryde, 15, Kinin- 

month, Aberdeen. 
George Thompson, 22, 

Coupar, Fife. 
Duncan Robertson, 26, 

Tibermuir, Perth. 
Stewart Crabb, 18, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. 
Chas. A. King, 16, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
James Orr, 17, Brisbane, 

Queensland. 
Roderick M'Quarrie, 24, 

North Uist, Inverness. 
William Wilson, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Robt. P. Anderson, 16, 

Edinburgh, Mid- Lothian. 
Norman D. Smith, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 
Robert L. Proudfoot, 17, 

Leuchars, Fife. 
James C. Rait, 17, Leuchars, 

Fife. 
Alexander M. Macleod, 16, 

Ardnamurchan and Sunart, 

Argyll. 
Robert D. Robertson, 18, 

Oban, Argyll. 
Peter C. Anderson, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



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267 



Jacobus Bell Wallace, 29, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Thomas P. Milne, 23, Tyrie, 

Aberdeen. 
Frederick Williamson, 21, 

Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 
William M. Tocher, 23, 

Barry, Forfar. 



John C. Peat, 21, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

David Brewster, 21, Kil- 
many, Fife. 

Andreas S. Dingwall Scott, 
24, Largo, Fifensis. 

Alexander Frew, 24, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifensis. 



Studiosi Scientiae CoUegii Taodunensis. 



John Mudie, 42, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

George Caird, 47, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James Anderson, 32, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

G. Grant Hepburn, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

John Dunn, 31, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

William D. Cargill, 18, 
Mains, Forfar. 

James Sword, 29, Monifieth, 
Forfar. 

R. H. Adamson, 18, Forfar, 
Forfar. 

Duncan Sinclair, 16, Perth, 
Perth. 

H. J. Waddie, 18, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

John S. Lumsden, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Blaine C. Douglas, 18, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar. 

David Williamson, 24, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



Hugh P. Holburn, 25, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James Braik Mason, 36, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

David Low, 22, Claverhouse, 
Forfar. 

William G. Smith, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Alexander Meek, 22, Moni- 
fieth, Forfar. 

George R. Powrie, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

William Low, 25, Monifieth, 
Forfar. 

William Frew, 17, Perth, 
Perth. 

David Symon, 17, Perth, 
Perth. 

John F. Macdiarmid, 22, 
Dundee, Dundee. 

Jas. Lamb, 25, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James B. Robb, 22, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander Edward, 29, 
Kirriemuir, Forfar. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



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Second Year. 



James Gray, 16, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Fred. P. Shepherd, 15, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

David Annal, 23, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Robert Mitchell, 18, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander Jack, 16, Tayport, 
Fifeshire. 

James Wilson, 23, Strath- 
miglo, Fifeshire. 

Arthur W. K. Herdman, 23, 
Blairgowrie, Perthshire. 

Douglas B. Smith, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Daniel M'Laren, 24, Comrie, 
Perth. 

William B. Clarke, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Edward J. S. Teviotdale, 17, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Henry C. Williamson, 17, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

James Smart Ogilvy, 18, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

William M'Callum, 16, 
Monzievaird, Perth. 

John Campbell, 18, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Archibald G. Brown, 19, 
Bendochy, Perthshire. 

John C. Leslie, 17, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

Charles Hutchison, 19, 



Kirriemuir, Forfar- 
shire. 

John Lang, 20, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

George Christie, 18, Elgin, 
Morayshire. 

Robert Cameron, 18, Kil- 
monivaig, FortwiUiam, 
Inverness. 

James P. Sturrock, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

James Herbert Curie, 18, 
Melrose, Roxburgh. 

James M'Pherson, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alexander M. Wyllie, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Oswald Raitt, 17, Blair- 
gowrie, Perth. 

James G. Robertson, 20, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

David W. Scott, 23, Kings- 
barns, Fife. 

Edward W. Mackay, 18, 
Latheron, Caithness. 

John^ MacBeth, 21, Black- 
ford, Perthshire. 

Peter Comrie, 20, Muthill, 
Perthshire. 

William L. Stewart, 16, 
Dairy, Kirkcudbright. 

John E. M'Rae, 18, Penicuik, 
Midlothian. 

Balfour S. Nicholson, 16, 
Scoonie, Fife. 



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D. Don Watson, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 

John W. Craig, 16, Castle 
Douglas, Kircudbright- 
shire. 

George Lindsay Leslie, 17, 
Creich, Fife. 

Robert Affleck, 18, Bal- 
maghie, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

Charles E. W. Fluck, 20, 
Tewkesbury, Gloucester- 
shire. 

D. Bruce Millar, 17, Kin- 
cardine O'Neil, Aberdeen. 



Walter Lamb, 17, Dollar, 

Clackmannanshire. 
Wm. Ramsay, 19, Cupar, Fife. 
John Milne Anderson, 19, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
James Schleselman, 21, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
James Barclay Grahame, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
John Semple Smart, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
John Harris, 19, St Andrews, 

Fifeshire. 
David Irons, 19, Mains, 

Forfarshire. 



Third Year. 



Samuel Laing, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Ronald Thomson, 19, West 

Wemyss, Fife. 
David M. Allison, 19, Edina 

Villa, Dundee, Forfarshire. 
David Machardy Hampton, 

33, Dundee, Forfar. 
Duncan Cameron, 19, Kil- 

monivaig, Inverness-shire. 
John J. Cameron, 19, 

Brechin, Forfar. 
Alan Cant, 17, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Jas. Gilruth, 20, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Jas. Dalgety, 22, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
William Menzies, 20, Weem, 

Perthshire. 



Frank G. Proudfoot, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Duncan Macpherson, 25, 
Gairloch, Ross-shire. 

Neil MacLeod, 24, Strathy, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Charles Wright, 21, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Geo. Lawson, 17, Culross, 
Perthshire. 

A. Prentice Nimmo, 18, 
Springfield, Fife. 

J. M. H. MacLeod, 18, 
Galston, Ayrshire. 

John W. Critchley, 19, 
Skelmersdale, Lanca- 
shire. 

Thomas C. Darling, 20, 
Warkworth, Northumber- 
land. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1888 



George Stott, 20, Craig, 
Forfar. 

Walter J. Robertson, 19, 
Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian. 

Andrew Brown, 20, Mon- 
trose, Forfar. 

Archibald C. Morrison, 18, 
Logie-Pert, Forfar. 

Thomas J. Lowe, 18, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

John Ramsay, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 



Charles C. Cruickshank, 22, 

Southampton, Hants. 
Herbert J. Bremner, 18, 

Cupar- Fife, Fifeshire. 
Andrew Gavin, 19, Stirling, 

Stirlingshire. 
Maxwell Robert Canch, 19, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Archibald L. Pentland Smith, 

18, Cambee, Fife. 
Julian Irvine, 17, Arbroath, 

Forfarshire. 



Fourth Year. 



Andrew M * Lean H anley , 
18, Leswalt, Wigton- 
shire. 

John Ogg, 19, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 

Thomas B. Nicholson, 20, 
Scoonie, Fifeshire. 

James O. F. Gracie, 21, Tan- 
nadice, Forfar. 

Murdo J. C. Matheson, 20, 
Glasgow, Lanark. 

James Wallace Walker, 21, 
Kemback, Fifeshire. 

William A. Taylor, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Millar Patrick, 20, Collessie, 
Fifeshire. 

Alexander B. Smith, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

William Reid, 20, Crail, 
Fifeshire. 

Duncan MacRae, 20, Loch- 
alsh, Ross-shire. 



William D. Anderson, 22, 
Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. 

Stewart F. Butchart, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

David Murray, 42, Bower, 
Caithness. 

F. M. Anderson, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John Leitham, 22, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

George Luke, 21, Kinross, 
Kinross-shire. 

John Heggie, 22, Coaltown, 
Markinch, Fifeshire. 

James Littlejohn, 20, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Archd. James Miller, 20, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Hugh Mackenzie, 28, Ross- 
keen, Ross-shire. 

David Lawson, 20, Stirling, 
Stirling. 

Chas. Brown, 24, New 



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273 



Kilpatrick, Dumbarton- 
shire. 
Robert Robertson, 19, Cupar- 
Fife, Fife. 
David Ramsay Henderson, 

21, Perth, Perthshire. 
David Gowans Young, 26, 

Leuchars, Fife. 
William Cameron, 19, Edrom, 

Berwickshire. 
Robert Whyte Gibson, 20, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
John T. Patterson, 20, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
George Kenneth Menzies, 19, 

London, Middlesex. 
John Sorley, 19, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Norman Maclean, 19, Portree, 

Inverness-shire. 
John Nicoll, 18, Meigle, 

Perthshire. 
John C. Scrimgeour, 21, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Alexander M'Kenzie, 18, 

Tealing, Forfarshire. 
William Roy Jackson, 20, 

Perth, Perthshire. 



William Henderson, 2 1 , Wick, 

Caithness. 
DavidAfiller Kay, 22,Muthill| 

Perthshire. 
Robert Barclay, 19, Greenock, 

Renfrewshire. 
James Ernest Moorhouse, 19, 

Linthwaite, Huddersfield, 

Yorkshire. 
George Guthrie Roger, 21, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
George Mann Macdonald, 

26, Laurencekirk, Kin- 
cardine. 
William Garland M 'Andrew, 

23, Fordoun, Kincardine. 
Lauchlan Rose, 22, Blair 

Athole, Perth. 
Joannes Pentland Smith, 21, 

Carnbee, Fife. 
William Berwick, 20, 

Stravithie, Dunino, Fife. 
James Wilson, 31, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
David George Rose, 19^ 

Tayport, Fife. 
Colin M'Leay, 23, Barvas, 

Ross-shire. 



St Mary's College. 



William Edie, 23, Roberton, 
Hawick, Roxburghshire. 

Wm. Guthrie Law, 21, 
Montrose, Forfarshire. 

William Simpson, 23, Elgin, 
Morayshire. 



David D. M'Laren, 28, For- 
doun, Kincardineshire. 

Robert Coupar, 20, Fordoun, 
Kincardineshire. 

Henry Reid Chalmers, 22, 
Perth, Perthshire. 



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[1888 



James Fergusson, 21, Paisley, 
Renfrewshire. 

Andrew Sime, 21, Ne^burn, 
Fifeshire. 

James Grieve, 24, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew Gray, 20, Dalkeith, 
Edimburgensis. 

Alfred Macfarlane, 21, Airth, 
Stirlingshire. 

William Candlish, 35, Kirk- 
cudbright, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

Charles M'Glashan, 20, 
Monzievaird, Perth- 
shire. 

John Cochrane, 26, Scone, 
Perthshire. 

William B. Jack, 25, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Thomas Carmichael, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

David Ness, 25, Abbotshall, 
Fifeshire. 

James B. Wallace, 29, Port- 
moak, Kinross. 

Alexander Scott, 24, King- 
horn, Fifeshire. 

Walter M'Leod, 24, Burnt- 
island, Fifeshire. 

Charles Watson, 25, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 

■ 

John Ogilvie, 23, Dollar, 

Clackmananshire. 
Andrew Snadden, 24, Sauchie, 

Clackmannanshire. 



William Rankin, 24, Coat- 
bridge, Lanark. 

James Robb, 23, Kirriemuir, 
Forfar. 

William Cox M*Culloch, 24, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

Charles Stewart, 20, Lochee, 
Forfershire. 

William Brown, 23, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Robert D. Mackenzie, 24, 
Inverallan, Morayshire, 

James Patrick, 19, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

James G. Goodall, 26, 
Tillicoultry, Clackmannan- 
shire. 

Archibald Allan, 36; Aberdour, 
Fife. 

John Maclean, 23, Braes of 
Portree, Inverness. 

Robert Macdonald, 24, 
Laurencekirk, Kin- 

cardine. 

James Gillies, 23, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David Brewster, 22, Kilmany, 
Fife. 

John C. Williamson, 24, 
Greenlaw, Berwick- 
shire. 

Frederick Williamson, 22, 
Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 

Andreas S. Dingwall 
Scott, 25, Largo, Fife- 
shire. 



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275 



University College, Dundee. 



William Drummond Cargill, 
19, Mains, Forfarshire. 

John S. Lumsden, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Geo. C. Douglas, 32, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Jas. Braik Mason, 37, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Y. Murray, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alexr. Meek, 23, Monifieth, 
Forfarshire. 

H. P. Holburn, 26, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David Williamson, 25, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Jas. Lamb, 26, 



David Low, 23, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William G. Smith, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alex. M. Rodger, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William Lowson, 27, Car- 
noustie, Forfar. 

Wm. Salmond, 18, E. New- 
port, Fife. 

Duncan Sinclair, 17, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Geo. Grant Hepburn, 21, 
Dunkeld, Perthshire. 

James A. Anderson, 34, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 
Dundee, Forfar. 



1889- 1890. 



United College. 



First Year. 



David Valentine M*Intyre, 
17, Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

Stuart Oliphant, 17, West- 
ward Ho, Devonshire. 

James George Constable, 19, 
Strathardle, Perthshire. 

David C. Sinton, 21, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness-shire. 

James M. Hunt, 17, Scone, 
Perthshire. 



John Miller, 31, Beath, Fife. 

Andrew M*Gregor, 17, Grange- 
mouth, Stirling. 

Duncan MacKenzie Macrae, 
19, Stornoway, Ross- 
shire. 

Henry Lillie, 16, Crail, Fife- 
shire. 

Norman MacLeod, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1S89 



John Boyd, 17, Kirriemuir, 
Forfarshire. 

David Roger, 17, Benholme, 
Kinkardineshire. 

Andrew Hewat, 18, Water- 
gate, Perthshire. 

Gordon Lennox, 15, Maxwell- 
town, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

James Scott, 23, CoUessie, 
Fife. 

Walter George Mair, 18, 
Rathven, Banff. 

Henry Grey Graham, 15, 
Maxton, Roxburgh. 

Donald Munro, 18, Aber- 
feldy, Perthshire. 

John Menzies, i7,Camserney, 
Perthshire. 

Campbell Fraser, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Wm. Caine, 16, London, 
Surrey. 

Nathaniel Caine, 17, Liver- 
pool, Lancashire. 

Geo. M. Howat, 16, Stirling, 
Stirlingshire. 

Alexander Leighton, 19, 
Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. 

Louis R. Bremner, 15, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

George Wallace, 17, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

David Sutherland, 20, 
Lybster, Caithness. 

Thomas Bruce Gardyne 
Cameron, 16, Farnell, 
Forfar. 



William Gavin, 18, Stirling, 

Stirlingshire. 
David P. Miller, 17, Bolas, 

Shropshire. 
Albert W. Borthwick, 17, 

Monimail, Fife. 
George Allan Seath, 17, Aber- 

dour, Fife. 
James Ramsay Tosh, 17, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Thomas R. Cansh, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Charles Reid, 62, Glasgow, 

Lanark. 
George Lawrence, 18, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Clement M. Scott, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
James Allan, 16, Dunferm- 
line, Fife. 
John R. Forsyth, 20, Forfar, 

Forfarshire. 
William Macpherson, 16, 

Edinburgh, Midlothian. 
Alexander M. Ewan, 17, 

Fyvie, Aberdeenshire. 
David W. Wallace, 19, 

Carluke, Lanarkshire. 
John Wallace, 20, Les- 

mahagow, Lanark- 

shire. 
Rt. S. Gordon, 25, London, 

Middlesex. 
Duncan M*Coll, 17, Lis- 

more and Appin, Argyle- 

shire. 
George C. Norman, 28, 

London, Middlesex. 




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277 



Second Year. 



Norman D. Smith, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Edward L. Milne, 16, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Robert Ingles, 17, Crieff, 
Perthshire, 

Robert B. R. Mair, 18, Crieff, 
Perthshire. 

James A. Davidson, 16, 
Laurencekirk, Kin- 

cardine. 

William Burns, 17, Eassie, 

Forfarshire. 
James Kennedy, 21, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
John M. Ramsay, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Alex. B. Barty, 16, Dunblane, 

Perthshire. 
George R. S. Reid, 18, Bal- 

merino, Fife. 
Alexr. S. M. Imrie, 18, 

Markinch, Fife. 
Robert Johnstone, 17, 

Leuchars, Fife. 
Chas. A. King, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
James R. Dykes, 22, Strath- 

miglo, Fife. 
James Turner, 28, Ladybank, 

Fife. 
David D. Gold, 17, Kettle, 

Fife. 
Alexander M. S. Martin, 20, 

Auchterarder, Perth. 



Robert C. Mitchell, 17, Dun» 
dee, Forfar. 

Geo. Wyllie Howie, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James Prentice, 16, Dysart, 
Fife. 

Stewart Crabb, 19, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. 

Robert Pryde, 16, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

Peter C. Anderson, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Henry N. Patrick, 16, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

James B. Ballingall, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

George Thompson, 23, 
Cupar-Fife, Fife. 

Duncan Robertson, 27, 
Huntingtower, Perth. 

James Orr, 18, Brisbane, 
Queensland. 

John Davidson, 17, Dun- 
fermline, Fife. 

George Carmichael Low, 17, 
Monifieth, Forfar. 

Peter Leslie, 19, Ruthven, 
Forfar. 

Richard Watt Todd, 23, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

Alfred P. Thoms, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David William Morrison 
Wilson, 18, St Andrews, 
Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1889 



Christopher MacLean, 21, 
Lochalsh, Ross-shire. 

Roderick M'Quarrie, 26, 
North Uist, Inverness. 

Robert L. Proudfoot, 18, 
Leuchars» Fife. 

James Macpherson, 18, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

Donald Hodge, 15, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Ebenezer Lang, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 

James C. Rait, 18, Leuchars, 
Fifeshire. 



Thomas Berwick, 29, 
Forres, Morayshire. 

Thomas Smith MacPherson, 
19, Ardnamurchan, Argyll- 
shire. 

H. M' Donald Kyle, 17, 
Glasgow, Lanark. 

William Wilson, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Thomas A. A. Wilson, 17, 
Cupar, Fife. 

Arch. Fawns Cameron, 18, 
Monikie, Forfar. 



Third Year. 



Charles E. W. Fluck, 21, 
Tewkesbury, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Robert Mitchell, 19, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

William M*Callum, 18, 
Monzievaird, Perth. 

John Semple Smart, 21, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Daniel M'Laren, 25, Comrie, 
Perth. 

Arthur W. K. Herdman, 24, 
Blairgowrie, Perth. 

John C. Leslie, 18, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

John Campbell, 19, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Douglas B. Smith, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Peter Comrie, 21, Muthill, 
Perthshire. 



Alexander Jack, 17, Tayport, 
Fifeshire. 

John Macbeth, 22, Blackford, 
Perthshire. 

James Smart Ogilvy, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Fred. P. Shepherd, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

James Gray, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David Annal, 24, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Robert Affleck, 19, Bal- 
maghie, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

G. Lindsay Leslie, 18, Creich, 
Fifeshire. 

A. Graham Brown, 20, 
Bendochy, Perthshire. 

George Christie, 19, Elgin, 
Morayshire. 




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279 



Oswald Raitt, 18, Blairgowrie, 
Perthshire. 

Edward J. S. Teviotdale, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Charles Hutchison, 20, 
Kirriemuir, Forfar- 

shire. 

James P. Sturrock, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John M. Anderson, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

David Irons, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander M. Wyllie, 25, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

H. Charles Williamson, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 



William L. Stewart, 17, 
Dairy, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

John Lang, 21, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

David W. Scott, 24, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

D. Bruce Millar, 18, Kin- 
cardine O'Neil, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

James G. Robertson, 21, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

John E. M*Rae, 19, Penicuik, 
Midlothian. 

Walter Lamb, 18, Academy 
St., Dollar, Clackmannan- 
shire. 



Fourth Year. 



Thomas John Lowe, 19, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

Alexander Campbell Robert- 
son, 23, Dundee, Forfar- 
shire. 

Alan Cant, 18, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

John Ramsay, 18, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Ronald Thomson, 20, West 
Wemyss, Fife. 

Walter J. Robertson, 20, 
Manchester, Lanca- 
shire. 

Duncan Cameron, 20, Kil- 
monivaig, Inverness. 

William T. Tovani, 26, 
Ardoch, Perthshire. 



David Machardy Hampton, 

34, Dundee, Angus. 
George Lawson, 18, Culross, 

Perth. 
James Dalgety, 23, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
John J . Cameron, 20, Brechin, 

Forfar. 
Jas. Gilruth, 21, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Millar Patrick, 21, Collessie, 

Fife. 
Andrew Gavin, 20, Stirling, 

Stirlingshire. 
George Stott, 21, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
A. Prentice Nimmo, 19, 

Springfield, Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1889 



John Sorley, 20, St Andrews, 

Fife- 
William Menzies, 21, Weem, 

Perthshire. 
J. M. H. MacLeod, 19, 

Galston, Ayrshire. 
David M.Allison, 20, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
William Henderson, 22, Wick, 

Caithness. 
Duncan Macpherson, 26, 

Gairloch, Ross-shire. 
Neil M*Leod, 25, Strathy, 

Sutherlandshire. 
Alexander M ' Kenzie, 1 9, 

Tealing, Forfarshire. 
Stewart F. Butchart, 20, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
John W. Critchley , 20, Dalton, 

Lancashire. 
Andrew Brown, 20, Montrose, 

Forfarshire. 
Archibald C. Morrison, 19, 

Logie-Pert, Forfarshire. 
Thomas C. Darling, 20, 

Wark worth, Northumber- 
land. 



Charles Wright, 20, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Archibald L. Pentland Smith, 

19, Carnbee, Fifeshire. 
Charles Brown, 25, New 

Kilpatrick, Dumbarton- 
shire. 
Julian Irvine, 18, Arbroath, 

Forfarshire. 
Geo. A. Pirie, Af .J5., C.M.^ 25, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Frank G. Proudfoot, 20, 

Leuchars, Fifeshire. 
John Pentland Smith, M.A., 

22, Carnbee, Fifeshire. 
Geo. Grant Hepburn, 22, 

Dunkeld, Perth. 
David M. Kay, 23, Blenner- 

hasset, Cumberland. 
John T. Patterson, 21, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
David Lawson, 21, Stirling, 

Stirling. 
William Reid, 21, Crail, 

Fife. 
Herbert J. Bremner, 19, 

Cupar, Fife. 



Robert Macdonald, 25, Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 



St Mary's College. 



William Simpson, M.A., 26, 

Elgin, Elginshire. 
James Fergusson, 21, Paisley, 

Renfrewshire. 
Robert Barclay, 20, Greenock, 

Renfrewshire. 



Robert Coupar, 21, Fordoun, 

Kincardine. 
William Edie, 24, Roberton, 

Hawick, Roxburgh. 
Wm. Guthrie Law, 22, 

Montrose, Forfarshire. 



^ 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



281 



Andrew Sime, 22, Newburn, 
Fifeshire. 

Charles M'Glashan, 21, 
Monzievaird, Perth- 
shire. 

Henry R. Chalmers, 23, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

John Heggie, 23, Markinch, 
Fifeshire. 

Charles Stewart, 21, Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

William Candlish, 36, Kirk- 
cudbright, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

Albert Tarbett, 23, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Walter M'Leod, 25, Burnt- 
island, Fifeshire. 

Alexander Scott, 25, King- 
horn, Fifeshire. 

William B. Jack, 26, Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

John K. Maclean, 24, Portree, 
Inverness-shire. 

James Patrick, 20, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

Andrew Snadden,25,Sauchie, 
Clackmannanshire. 

James Gillies, 24, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John S. Clark, 25, Perth, 
Perth. 



John Cochrane, 26, Scone, 
Perth. 

David G. Young, 27, 
Leuchars, Fife. 

Hector Macaulay, 25, Gair- 
loch, Ross-shire. 

John C. Williamson, 25, 
Greenlaw, Berwick- 
shire. 

James G. Goodall, 27, Tilli- 
coultry, Clackmannan. 

William Brown, 24, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Alfred Macfarlane, 22, Airth, 
Stirlingshire. 

Charles Watson, 26, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 

John Ogilvie, 24, Kincardine- 
on-Forth, Perthshire. 

Fredk. Williamson, 23, 
Greenlaw, Berwick- 
shire. 

Thomas Carmichael, 21, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

David Brewster, 23, Kilmany, 
Fifeshire. 

William Rankin, 25, Old 
Monkland, Lanark. 

James Grieve, 25, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

D. R. Henderson, 22, Tibber- 
more, Perth. 



University College, Dundee. 



William Gardner Smith, 23, 
Dundee, Forfar. 



Hugh P. Holburn, 27, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



282 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1889 



John S. Lumsden, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Wm. Lowson, 28, Barry, 
Forfar. 

Evan H. Eraser, 26, Dallas, 
Moray. 

Thomas S. Nicolson, 24, 
Aberdeen, Aberdeen. 

William Armour, 31, Cock- 
pen, Edinburgh. 

Thomas Miller, 27, Perth, 
Perth. 

John Mudie, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

David Williamson, 26, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James A. Anderson, 35, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Wm. Salmond, 19, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Jas. Lamb, 27, 



David Hodge, 18, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alister F. W. Gourlay, 17, 
Dundee, Forfer. 

William J. L. Gumming, 17, 
Arbroath, Forfar. 

Andrew Blackwood, 26, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 

John F. Macdiarmid, 24, 
Dundee, Forfan 

Thomas Macpherson, 25, 
Orwell, Kinross-shire. 

Alexander Leighton, 23, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

George Corbet Dingwall, 24, 
Meigle, Perthshire. 

Andrew M'Farlane, 31, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

David Low, 24, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 
Dundee, Forfar. 



189O-189I. 



United College, 



First Year. 



John Stirton, 18, Perth, Perth. 
John A. Clark, 17, Perth, 

Perth. 
Sim Hirst, 34, Clayton, 

Yorkshire. 
Fred. Adamson, 16, Forfar, 

Forfar. 
James Cuthbertson, 15, 

Broughty Ferry, Forfar. 



Ernest H. Duke, 17, Arbroath, 
Forfar. 

Thomas Fergusson, 16, Kin- 
buck, Perth. 

Beaumont Fletcher, 16, 
London, Middlesex. 

Gerald Holmden, 18, 
Birmingham, Warwick- 
shire. • 



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283 



John Lundie, 18, Torryburn, 
Fife. 

James Kirk, 17, Beath, 
Fife. 

Frederic George Fisher, 17, 
Croydon, Surrey. 

John Hunter Park Paton, 15, 
Duddingston, Edinburgh. 

Adam Stewart Marshall, 21, 
Motherwell, Lanark. 

Frank Kemp, 18, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Hugh Menzies, 21, Larbert, 
Stirlinigshire. 

Robert S. Ramsay, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

John Ross, 20, Rogart, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Geo. M. Maclean, 18, Portree, 
Inverness. 

J. Shaw Maclaren, 20, Glas- 
gow, Lanark. 

John Muir, 16, Castle- 
Douglas, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

Thomas A. Hill, 15, Boar- 
hills, Fife. 

James Thomson, 14, Buck- 
haven, Fife. 

William Fogo, 17, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Joseph Gilzean Reid, 18, 
Middlesbrough - on - Tees, 
Yorks. 

James Blair Lawson, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George Moncur Fairweather, 
17, Monifieth, Forfar. 



Alexander Inglis, 25, Aber- 
deen, Aberdeenshire. 

James Knox, 16, Crail, Fife. 

Henry Cargill, 16, West 
Anstruther, Fife. 

Archibald McLean, 18, 
Montrose, Forfar. 

John W. Bell, 18, St Mon- 
ance, Fife. 

George Oswald, 18, Kinghorn, 
Fife. 

Thomas Chaffer Howard, 17, 
Cartmel, Lancashire. 

Arthur William Cunningham, 
16, Campbeltown, Argyll- 
shire. 

Hugh Birrell, 15, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

William A. Mackenzie, 15, 
Grantown, Morayshire. 

Charles Maxwell Gray, 19, 
Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

Walter Anderson, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

David B. King, 17, Pitten- 
weem, Fife. 

James M. Watson, 16, 
Campbeltown, Argyll. 

James W. Wilson, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 

James M*Cosh, 17, Dairy, 
Ayrshire. 

John Ravenshaw, 23, Whit- 
church, Salop. 

James M. Scott, 24, Heart- 
ridge, CpUessie, Fife. 

John Henry Bentinck, 18, 
Kingussie, Inverness. 



284 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1890 



Alexander Gillies Abbie, 17, 

Largo, Fife. 
Matthew A. B. Gilmoar, 21, 

Hamilton, Lanark. 
Tom R. Man*, 17, Mains 

of Strathmartine, Forfar- 
shire. 
John Weipers, 22, Kirkcaldy, 

Fifeshire. 
Henry Bromley Cadogan 

Eraser, 16, St Andrews, 

Fife. 



Robert Curr, 25, Aochter- 
muchty, Fife. 

James C. Rose, 15, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

James Cooper, 16, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Peter J. Geddes, 23, Cabrach, 
Banff. 

Charles J. Guthrie, 19, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 

Joseph H. H. Dare, 22, 
Wandsworth, Surrey. 



Second Year. 



John Boyd, 18, Kirriemuir, 

Forfarshire. 
David Sutherland, 21, 

Lybster, Caithness. 
John Miller, 32, Beath, Fife. 
George A. Seath, 18, Aber- 

dour, Fifeshire. 
Henry Lillie, 17, Crail, 

Fife. 
James M. Hunt, 18, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
Walter G. Mair, 19, Rathven, 

Banffshire. 
Andrew McGregor, i8,Grange- 

mouth, Stirlingshire. 
David V. M'lntyre, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 
John Menzies, 18, Camserney, 

Perthshire. 
Henry Grey Graham, 16, 

Maxton, Roxburghshire. 
James Allan, 17, Dunfermline, 

Fifeshire. 



Alexander Leighton, 20, 
Closebum, Dumfries. 

William Gavin, 19, Stirling, 
Stirlingshire. 

David Hodge, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Duncan MacKenzie MacRae, 
20, Stornoway, Ross-shire. 

David Campbell Sinton, 22, 
Kingussie, Inverness- 
shire. 

David W. Wallace, 19, 
Carluke, Lanark. 

Andrew Hewat, 19, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander Chambers, 33, 
Keady, Armagh, Ireland. 

Gordon Lennox, 16, Maxwell- 
town, Kirkcudbright. 

Donald Munro, 19, Aberfeldy, 
Perthshire. 

William Macpherson, 17, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



285 



William Darling, 17, Cupar, 

Fife. 
Alexander John Walker, 16, 

Perth, Perth. 
Louis Rae Bremner, 15, 

Cupar, Fifeshire. 
William Caine, 17, London, 

Surrey. 
Nathaniel Caine, 18, Liver- 
pool, Lancashire. 
Thomas R. Cansh, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
John Wallace, 21, Lesma- 

hagow, Lanarkshire. 

Albert W. Borthwick, 



Charles Reid, 63, Glasgow, 
Lanarkshire. 

George Wallace, 18, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

James Ramsay Tosh, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Clement M. Scott, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

George Lawrence, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

David P. Miller, 18, Bolas, 
Shropshire. 

Norman MacLeod, 17, 
London, Middlesex. 
18, Caputh, Perthshire. 



Third Year. 



Harry M 'Donald Kyle, 18, 
Glasgow, Lanark. 

Stewart Crabb, 20, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfarshire. 

James A. Davidson, 18, Laur- 
encekirk, Kincardineshire. 

Norman D. Smith, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

A. Fawns Cameron, 19, 
Monikie, Forfarshire. 

Richard Watt Todd, 24, 
Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian. 

Alexander S. M. Imrie, 19, 
Markinch, Fifeshire. 

James Kennedy, 22, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

William Wilson, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George R. S. Reid, 19, Bal- 
merino, Fife. 



Alex. B. Barty, 17, Dunblane, 
Perth. 

John Davidson, 18, Dun- 
fermline, Fife. 

Edward Milne, 17, Arbroath, 
Forfar. 

William Burns, 18, Eassie, 
Forfar. 

Robert Johnstone, 18, 
Leuchars, Fife. 

John M. Ramsay, 23, Dun- 
dee, Forfkr. 

Peter Leslie, 20, Ruthven, 
Forfar. 

Robert B. R. Mair, 19, Crieflf, 
Perth. 

Geo. Wyllie Howie, 19, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

David D. Gold, 18, Kettle, 
Fife. 



286 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1890 



George C. Low, 18, Moni- 

fieth, Forfar. 
James Turner, 29, Ladybank, 

Fife. 
James R. Dykes, 23, Strath- 

miglo, Fife. 
George Thompson, 24, Cupar, 

Fife. 
Robert C. Mitchell, 18, Dun- 

dee, Forfar. 
Henry Niven Patrick, 17, 

Barry, Forfarshire. 
James Prentice, 17, Dysart, 

Fifeshire. 
Chas. A. King, 18, St Andrews, 

Fifeshire. 
Peter C. Anderson, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Alex. M. Wyllie, 25, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



Alfred P. Thorns, 19, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Robert Ingles, 18, Criefi^ 

Perthshire. 
James B. Ballingall, 179 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Robert L, Proudfoot, 19, 

Leuchars, Fife. 
James Macpherson, 19, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburghshire. 
Alex. M. S. Martin, 20, 

Auchterarder, Perthshire. 
Roderick M'Quarrie, 28, 

North Uist, Inverness. 
Ebenezer Lang, 18, Cupar, 

Fifeshire. 
Christopher Maclean, 22, 

Lochalsh, Ross-shire. 
Donald W. M. Hodge, 17, 

St Andrews, Fife. 



Fourth Year. 



Charles Hutchison, 21, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. 

Chas. E. W. Fluck, 22, 
Tewkesbury, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Fred. P. Shepherd, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

David Annal, 25, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander Jack, 18, Tayport, 
Fife. 

Robert Mitchell, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

G. Lindsay Leslie, i9,Creich, 
Fife. 



Edward J. S. Teviotdale, 19, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Oswald Raitt, 19, Blair- 
gowrie, Perthshire. 

John MacBeth, 23, Black- 
ford, Perth. 

Peter Comrie, 22, Muthill, 
Perth. 

George Lawson, 19, Culross, 
Perth. 

Robert AfHeck, 20, Bal- 
maghie, Kirkcud- 

bright. 

John Lang, 22, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 



1890] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



287 



J. Smart Ogilvy, 20, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
John E. M*Rae, 20, Penicuik, 

Midlothian. 
William L. Stewart, 18, Dairy, 

Kirkcudbright. 
John Campbell, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
John Ogg, 21, Brechin, 

Forfarshire. 
James Gray, 18, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
A. L. Pentland Smith, 20, 

Carnbee, Fifeshire. 
David Irons, 21, Mains, 

Forfar. 
John S. Smart, 22, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Arthur W. K. Herdman, 25, 

Picton, Nova Scotia. 
James G. Robertson, 22, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
George Christie, 20, Elgin, 

Moray. 
James P. Sturrock, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



William M 'Galium, 19, 
Monzievaird, Perth. 

D. Bruce Millar, 19, Kin- 
cardine O'Neil, Aber- 
deen. 

Alex. M'Kenzie, 20, Tealing, 
Forfarshire. 

H. Chas. Williamson, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

David W. Scott, 25, Kings- 
barns, Fife. 

John M. Anderson, 21, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John Watt Duncan, 22, 
Aberdeen, Aberdeen. 

Walter Lamb, 19, Dollar, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Julian Irvine, 19, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

William W. Peyton, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 

Archibald C. Morrison, 20, 
Logic- Pert, Forfarshire. 

James Beattie, 25, Aberdeen, 
Aberdeenshire. 



St Mary's College. 



William Simpson, M,A., 27, 

Elgin, Morayshire. 
Alan Cant, 19, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Robert Coupar, 22, Fordoun, 

Kincardine. 
John T. Patterson, 21, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



John S. Clark, 27, Perth, 

Perth. 
Albert Tarbett, 24, Dundee, 

Dundee. 
D. Ramsay Henderson, 23, 

Tibbermore, Perthshire. 
William B. Jack, 27, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



288 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1890 



John Ogilvie, 25, Dollar, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Charles Watson, 27, Brechin-, 
Forfarshire. 

Robert Barclay, 2 1, Greenock, 
Renfrewshire. 

James Christie Johnston, 30, 
Tayport, Fife. 

George G.Stott, 22, Montrose, 
Forfar. 

James G. Goodall, 28, Tilli- 
coultry, Clackmannan- 
shire. 

David G. Young, 28, Leuchars, 
Fife. 

James Fergusson, 23, Paisley, 
Renfrewshire. 

Wm. Guthrie Law, 23, 
Montrose, Forfar. 

John C. Williamson, 26, 



Andrew Brown, 22, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
John Heggie, 24, Markinch, 

Fife. 
David M. Hampton, 35, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Jas. Gilruth, 22, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Charles Stewart, 22, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
William Edie, 25, Hawick, 

Roxburghshire. 
Hector Macaulay, 26, Gair- 

loch, Ross-shire. 
Thomas Carmichael, 22, 

St Andrews, Fife- 
shire. 
James Grieve, 25, Montrose, 

Forfarshire. 
Greenlaw, Berwickshire. 



University College, Dundee. 



William J. L. Gumming, 18, 

Arbroath, Forfar. 
William Lowson, 29, Barry, 

Forfar. 
Alfred C. Russell, 16, Cupar, 

Fife. 
John B. Briggs, 16, Arbroath, 

Forfar. 
William Salmond, 19, Enrol, 

Perthshire. 
Andrew Blackwood, 27, 

Kirkcaldy, Fife. 
John S. Lumsden, 23, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



Robert L. Kinnear, 16, Mary- 
ton, Forfar. 

John A. M*Innes, 23, Alyth, 
Perth. 

William Irvine, 24, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. 

Thomas Macpherson, 25, 
Orwell, Kinross. 

James B. Robb, 25, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

David Wallace, 29, Arbroath, 
Forfar. 

William Johnston, 28, Largo, 
Fife. 



1890] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



289 



Evan H. Fraser, 27, Dallas, 

Moray. 
James Brown, 33, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Alister F. W. Gourlay, 18, 

Dundee, Forfar. 



John F. Macdiarmid, 25, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Alexander Leighton, 24, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Andrew M'Farlane, 32, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



John Irons, 24, Mains, Forfar. 



189I-1892. 



United College. 



First Year. 



Andrew Asher Brown, 17, 
Strathaven, Lanarkshire. 

Bertram Moulding Walmsley, 
19, Eccles, Lancashire. 

John Sutherland White- 
wright, 33, Edinburgh. 

Michael Alexander Russel, 
17, St Andrews, Fife- 
shire. 

Hubert Frederic Winter- 
botham, 17, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

Hector Munro Ferguson, 24, 
Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire. 

James Mitchell, 15, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

John Gunn Nicolson, 18, 
Durness, Sutherland- 
shire. 

William S. Morrison, 15, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Reuben William Linder, 18, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 



James T. Fergusson, 16, 
Aberfeldy, Perthshire. 

John M'Naughton, 16, Killin, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander B. Smith, 15, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George Yule, 16, Ta)rport, 
Fife. 

Thomas David Murray, 17, 
Anstruther, Fife. 

Andrew Morrison, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Donald Macquarrie, 17, 
Ferintosh, Ross. 

David R. Kerr, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Edward Forester Leigh- 
ton, 17, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Andrew Thom, 16, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Edwin J. Brechin, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



290 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1891 



Robert H. Mackay, 16, 
Brechin, Forfar. 

John Cargill» 16, West 
Anstmther, Fife. 

William A. Mackenzie, 16, 
Grantown-OQ-Spey, Moray- 
shire. 

William K. Stewart, 20, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness. 

James Fairweather, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



St George Richard Barton, 

32, Tuam, Galwayi 

Galway. 
John Campbell Smith, ij, 

Edinburgh, Edinbargh. 
George Blair, 18, Dollar, 

Clackmannan. 
Robert H. Corstorphine, 16, 

Arbroath, Forfar. 
Neil M'CoU, 18, Kilninian, 

Argyle. 



Second Year. 



Hugh Birrell, 16, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Archd. M'Lean, 19, Montrose, 
Forfar. 

John Muir, 17, Castle- 
Douglas, Kirkcudbright- 
shire. 

Hugh Menzies, 22, Dunipace, 
Stirlingshire. 

William Fogo, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

George Oswald, 19, King- 
horn, Fife. 

R. Macgregor Mitchell, 16, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

James M. Scott, 25, Heart- 
rige, Collessie, Fife. 

Jno. Ravenshaw, 24, Whit- 
church, Salop. 

James M'Cosh, 18, Dairy, 
Ayr. 

Alexr. G. Abbie, 18, Largo, 
Fife. 

James Kirk, 18, Beath, Fife. 



Ernest H. Duke, 18, St 
Vigeans, Forfcir. 

Matthew A. B. Gilmour, 22, 
Hamilton, Lanark. 

James C. Rose, 17, Tay Pcwrt, 
Fife. 

John W. Bell, 19, St Monans, 
Fife. 

John Ross, 20, Rogart, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Thomas Fergusson, 17, Kin- 
buck, Perthshire. 

George M. Maclean, 19, 
Portree, Inverness-shire. 

Adam S. Marshall, 22, 
Motherwell, Lanark. 

John Weipers, 23, Kirkcaldy, 
Fife. 

Sim Hirst, 35, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Kenneth Lyle Reid, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James Blair Lawson, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



291 



Joseph Gilzean Reid, Middles- 
brough, Yorks. 

James Thomson, 15, Buck- 
haven, Fife. 

Thomas C. Howard, 18, 
Cartmel, Lancashire. 

John Hunter Park Paton, 16, 
Duddingston,Mid Lothian. 

Walter Anderson, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Henry Cargill, 17, Anstruther, 
Fife. 

James Knox, 17, Crail, Fife. 

Robert S. Ramsay, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

David B. King, 18, Pitten- 
weem, Fife. 

William Reid, 16, Montrose, 
Forfar. 
John Henry Bentinck, 19, 



Frederic George Fisher, 19, 
Croydon, Surrey. 

Norman M'Leod Caie, 17, 
Forfar, Forfar. 

Marshall Patullo Constable, 
17, Dundee, Forfar. 

Charles Maxwell Gray, 20, 
Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

Joseph H. H. Dare, 23, 
London, Surrey. 

J. Shaw Maclaren, 21, Glas- 
gow, Lanark. 

Beaumont Fletcher, 17, 
Barrow-in-Furness, Lanca- 
shire. 

Tom R. Marr, 18, Mains, 
Forfar. 

James W. Wilson, 18, Cupar, 

Fife. 
Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 



Third Year. 



John Miller, 33, Beath, Fife. 
John Boyd, 19, Kirriemuir, 

Forfarshire. 
Donald Munro,20, Aberfeldy, 

Perthshire. 
Gordon Lennox, 17, Maxwell- 
town, Kirkcudbright. 
Frank Kemp, 19, Broughty 

Ferry, Forfarshire. 
Henry Lillie, 18, Crail, 

Fife. 
William Darling, 18, Cupar, 

Fife. 
Alexr. J. Walker, 17, Perth, 

Perth. 



David V. M'Intyre, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

William Gavin, 20, Stirling, 
Stirlingshire. 

Alexander Leighton, 2 i,CIose- 
bum, Dumfries. 

David W. Wallace, 20, Car- 
luke, Lanark. 

Walter G. Mair, 20, Rathven, 
Banffshire. 

John Wallace, 22, Lesma- 
hagow, Lanarkshire. 

Henry Grey Graham, 17, 
Maxton, Roxburgh. 

David Campbell Sinton, 23, 



292 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1891 



Kingussie, Inverness* 

shire. 
John MenzieSy 19, Dull, 

Perthshire. 
Charles Raid, 64, Glasgow, 

Lanark. 
Andrew Hewat, 19, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
James M. Hunt, 19, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
John Lundie, 19, Torrybum, 

Fife. 
William Caine, 18, London, 

Surrey. 
Harry J. Thorns, 17, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Louis R. Bremner, Cupar, 

Fife. 
T. R. Cansh, 20, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Norman MacLeod, 18, Lon- 
don, Middlesex. 



James Ramsay Tosh, 18, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

George Allan Seath, 19, 
Aberdour, Fife. 

James Allan, 18, Dunferm- 
line, Fife. 

A. W. Borthwick, 19, 
Ponteland, Northumber- 
land. 

Clement M. Scott, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

David P. Miller, 19, Bolas, 
Shropshire. 

William Macpherson, 18, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 

Alexr. Chambers, 34, Keady, 
Armagh, Ireland. 

Walter Edward Collinge, 
24, Banbury, Oxford- 
shire. 

Andrew P. McGregor, 19, 
Grangemouth, Stirling. 



Fourth Year. 



James A. Davidson, 19, Laur- 
encekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 

Stewart Crabb, 21, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Jack, 19, Tayport, 
Fife. 

Alex. B. Barty, 18, Dunblane, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander S. M. Imrie, 20, 
Markinch, Fife. 

George Thompson, Cupar, 
Fife. 



Edward J. S. Teviot- 
dale, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Charles A. King, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Edward L. Milne, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

William Burns, 19, Eassie, 
Forfarshire. 

John C. Leslie, 19, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

John Davidson, 19, Dun- 
fermline, Fife. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



293 



Peter Leslie, 21, Ruthven, 
Forfar. 

Robert Johnstone, 19, 
Leuchars, Fife. 

Robert B. R. Mair, 20, Crieff, 
Perth. 

George C. Low, 19, Moni- 
fieth, Forfar. 

James Prentice, 18, Dysart, 
Fife. 

James P. Sturrock, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

H. Chas. Williamson, 20, 
Lochee, Forfar. 

Fred. P. Shepherd, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

A. Fawns Cameron, 20, 
Monikie, Forfar. 

Geo. Wyllie Howie, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James Kennedy, 23, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Richard Watt Todd, 
25, Edinburgh, Mid 
Lothian. 

George R. S. Reid, 20, Bal- 
merino, Fife. 

Harry Kyle, 19, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

Douglas B. Smith, 
21, Arbroath, Forfar- 
shire. 

Henry N. Patrick, 18, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

James R. Dykes, 24, Strath- 
miglo, Fifeshire. 

James Turner, 29, Ladybank, 
Fifeshire. 



William Wilson, 21, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alex. M. S. Martin, 21, 
Auchterarder, Perth- 
shire. 

Robert C. Mitchell, 19, Alyth, 
Perthshire. 

Alfred P. Thoms, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John Ogg, 22, Brechin, 
Forfarshire. 

Peter C. Anderson, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John M. Ramsay, 24, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

John M. Anderson, 22, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Norman D. Smith, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

R. L. Proudfoot, 20, Leuchars, 
Fife. 

Robert Ingles, 19, Crieff, 
Perthshire. 

J. B. Ballingall, 18, Dundee^ 
Forfarshire. 

Ebenezer Lang, 19, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

James B. Robb, 26, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander M. Wyllie, 26, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

David W. Scott, 26, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

James Macpherson, 

20, Edinburgh, Mid- 
lothian. 

C. J. M. Gordon, 26, Tobago, 
W. Indies. 



294 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1891 



A. L. Pentland Smith, 21, David Irons, 22, Dundee, 



Carnbee, Fife. 



Forfar. 



Peter Comrie, 23, Muthill, Perth. 



St Mary's College. 



James Dalgety, 25, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
William M 'Galium, 19, 

Monzievaird, Perthshire. 
Alexander James Marshall, 

27, Linlithgow, Linlith- 
gow. 
D. Ramsay Henderson, 24, 

Perth, Perth. 
Alan Cant, 20, St Andrews, 

St Andrews. 
George Christie, 21, Elgin, 

Moray. 
D. Stewart Rose, 24, Blair 

Athole, Perth. 
George G. Stott, 23, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
Hector Macaulay, 27, Gair- 

loch, Ross-shire. 
G. Lindsay Leslie, 20, Creich, 

Fifeshire. 
Donald Fergusson, 21, Red- 

gorton, Perthshire. 
John E. M'Rae, 21, Penicuik, 

Midlothian. 
Alexander Jack, 36, Dundee, 

Forfar. 

Andrew Brown, 23, 



John MacBeth,24^Blackfordt 

Perth. 
Albert Tarbett, 25, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Jas. Gilruth, 23, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Robert Barclay, 22, Greenock» 

Renfrewshire. 
James Grieve, 26, Montrose* 

Forfarshire. 
John Heggie, 25, Markinch, 

Fifeshire. 
James G. Robertson, 23, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
David M. Hampton, 36, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
John T. Patterson, 23, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
David G. Young, 29, Leu- 
chars, Fife. 
James Christie Johnston, 

31, Tayport, Fife. 
David Bruce Millar, 20, Tor- 

phins, Kincardine 0*Neil, 

Aberdeen. 
Thomas Carmichael, 23, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Montrose, Forfar. 




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MATRICULATION ROLL 



295 



University College, Dundee. 



Wm. Ewan, 34, Car- 
noustie (Barry Par.), 
Forfar. 

Alex. Anderson, 17, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Wm. Ramsay Murray Brown, 
21, Dundee, Forfar. 

Robert L. Kinnear, 17, 
Montrose, Forfar. 

John B. Briggs, 17, Arbroath, 
Forfar. 

James Henderson, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

And. Blackwood, 28, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 

Evan H. Fraser, 28, Dallas, 
Moray. 

David Wallace, 30, Arbroath, 
Forfar. 

William Lowson, 30, Barry, 
Forfar. 

John Dawson, 16, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

David H. M. Dawson, 15, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Thomas U. Liddell, 17, Mur- 
roes, Forfar. 

John B. Chalmers, 18, Coupar- 
Angus, Perth. 

John L. Clark, 30, Dysart, 
Fife. 

Andw. G. Hutton, 23, Inver- 
keithing, Fife. 

Alexander Edward, 32, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. 



William Minty, 31, Aberdeen, 

Aberdeen. 
David Morrison, 24, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Alexander Inglis, 26, Aber- 
deen, Aberdeenshire. 
Alex. Leighton, 25, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
William Johnston, 29, 

Largo, Fife. 
Thomas Macpherson, 26, 

Orwell, Kinross. 
W. Norman Boase, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 
John Bruce, 20, Errol, Perth. 
Oswald Raitt, 20, Nairn, 

Nairn. 
John H. Lyell, 23, Perth, 

Perth. 
William D. Osier, i6,Coupar- 

Angus, Perth. 
Edward M. Johnstone, 18, 

Inverurie, Aberdeen. 
John Irons, 25, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Laurence J. Byrne, 33, Gort, 

Gal way. 
Arthur D. Yule, 16, Arbroath, 

Forfarshire. 
J. Godfrey Anderson, 17, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
James NicoU, 19, Errol, 

Perthshire. 
William B. Anderson, 18, 

Dundee, Forfar. 



296 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1891 



Henry B. C. Eraser, 17, 
Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

James Gray, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William J. L. Gumming, 19, 
Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

Alexr. Bannerman, 17, Perth, 
Perth. 

Robt. H. Garvie, 16, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

James S. Greig, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Fred. H. Merry, 17, Edin- 
burgh, Mid Lothian. 

J. Smart Ogilvy, 21, Alyth, 
Perthshire. 

George W. Miller, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

A. Geo. Tolputt, 20, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfar. 

J.G. P. Murray, 16, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfar. 

R. K. Wybrants, 17, Dundee, 
Forfar. 



W. Stewart, /r., 22, Brechin, 
Forfar. 

A. B. Findlay, 22, Montrose, 
Forfar. 

Jas. Inglis, 16, Montrose, 
Forfar. 

Frank White, 21, Dunnichen, 
Forfeir. 

Alex. G. Keiller, 16, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexander E. Kidd, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

John G. Barr, 16, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

Hugh R. Barr, 15, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

W. G. Keay, 15, Greenwich, 
Kent. 

James M. Campbell, 22, 
Grange, Banff. 

J. Mitchell Christie, Af.il., 
27, Lochee, Forfar. 

George Lawrence, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



1892- 1893. 



United College. 



First Year. 



David Munro, 14, Little- 
hampton, Sussex. 

Katherine Chambers, 18, Lon- 
donderry, Londonderry. 

Annie Lloyd - Evans, 18, 
Warwick, Warwickshire. 



Jessie N. Nelson, 19, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

Ella G. Lumsden, 18, Preston- 
kirk, Haddingtonshire. 

William Hodgson Burnet, 19, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 



1892] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



297 



Margaret A.Hannan Watson, 
19, Glasgow, Lanark. 

Jessie Burnet, 20, Edinburgh, 
Edinburgh. 

Mary Strathearn Burnet, 17, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

John George Laing, 16, 
Cameron Bridge, Fifeshire. 

Chas. Wm. M'Millan, 17, 
Markinch, Fifeshire. 

Bertoe Charles Moxon 
Cantor, 18, Bedford, Bed- 
ford. 

Lischen P. Steele Button, 25, 
Liverpool, Lancashire. 

Robert Scott, 17, Craig, 
Forfar. 

Helen Alexander Russel, 16, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

Arnold Hilary Meiklejohn, 18, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

George Mackay, 19, Durness, 
Sutherland. 

Oswald George Bell, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Frederick George Ralston, 
16, Biggar, Lanarkshire. 

William Gunn, 18, Halkirk, 
Caithness. 

John Sime, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Norman C. Keith, 16, Dun- 
dee (Landward), Forfar- 
shire. 

Lucius A. Holcroft, 16, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

James A. Murray, 15, Dairsie, 
Fife. 



Frank M. Milne, 16, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David Hill M'Intosh Dawson, 
16, Dundee, Forfarshire. 

John Dawson, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

George B. Neave, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Robert S. Barclay, 23, Fraser- 
burgh, Aberdeen. 

Alexander B. Smith, 16, St 

. Andrews, Fife. 

Margaret Lees, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Mary Jane Christie, 17, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Mary Ann Bathie, 17, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Reid Taylor, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Andrew D. Duncan, 18, 
Irvine, Ayrshire. 

Annie Davidson, 20, Peter- 
head, Aberdeenshire. 

John R. Cunningham, 169 
Campbeltown, Argyll. 

John M. M'Na^ghton, 17, 
Killin, Perthshire. 

Mary Campbell Smith, 19, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 

Sidney Lampard Clarke, 21, 
Southport, Lancashire. 

James W. Harris, 16, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Wm. R. Murray Brown, 22, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

William Ewan, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 



298 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1S92 



William A. M. Forbes, 18, 

Perth, Perthshire. 
Thomas S. Cargill, 15, An- 

stnither, Fifeshire. 
Findlay S. Douglas, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Emily Fischer, St Andrews, 

Fifeshire. 
Alice H.Barclay, St Andrews, 

Fifeshire. 
John Stewart, 15, Aberfeldy, 

Perthshire. 
George Sellars, 17, Kenmore, 

Perthshire. 
W. Fulton Spiers, 16, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
M. Alice Matthewson, 20, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
J. Dorothy Gilfillan, London, 

Middlesex. 
D. W. Rusack, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Henry J. Hoile, 16, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Alexander Miller, 16, Darwin, 

Lancashire. 



Bertha Marian Skeat, 30, 
Cambridge, Cambridge- 
shire. 

Dond. Maclennan, 27, Parish 
of Lochs, Lewis, Ross- 
shire. 

John Ainslie Duncan, 
17, St Andrews, Fife- 
shire. 

John Greig, 17, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

Roberta Florence Smith, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Robert Anderson, NeMrton, 
W. Millerhill, Mid 
Lothian. 

Alex. Dawson, 18, Back- 
haven, Fife. 

Alex. Mason, 18, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

John B. Chalmers, 19, Coupar- 
Angus, Perth. 

Donald Wallace, 18, Grand- 
tuUy, Perth. 

George H. Simson, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 



Second Year. 



Thomas David Murray, 18, 

Anstruther, Fife. 
Michael Alexander Russel, 

18, St Andrews, Fife. 
James Fairweather, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Robert Henry Mackay, 17, 

Brechin, Forfar. 



James Thomson Fergusson, 

17, Aberfeldy, Perthshire. 
Reuben William Linder, 19, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Edward Forester Leighton, 

18, St Andrews, Fife. 
David Robert Kerr, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



1892] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



299 



Andrew Thom, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 

George Yule, 17, Tayport, 
Fife. 

John Cargill, 17, Anstruther, 
Fife. 

William S. Morrison, 16, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 

William A. Mackenzie, 17, 
Grantown, Morayshire. 

James Mitchell, 16, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Archibald Menzies, 20, 
Weem, Aberfeldy, Perth- 
shire. 



Bertram Moulding Walmsley, 
20, Eccles, Lancashire. 

William K. Stewart, 21, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness-shire. 

Robert H. Corstorphine, 17, 
Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

Neil MacColl, ig, Kilninian, 
Argyllshire. 

Andrew Morrison, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

George Blair, 19, Dollar, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Edwin J. Brechin, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Hector Munro Ferguson, 25, 
Kirkcaldy, Fife. 



J. Campbell Smith, Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 



Third Year. 



Hugh Birrell, 17, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Alexr. G. Abbie, 19, Largo, 

Fife. 
James Kirk, 19, Beath, 

Fife. 
James Knox, 18, Cellardyke, 

Fife. 
James M'Cosh, 19, Dairy, 

Ayr. 
John G. Nicolson, 19, Dur- 
ness, Sutherland. 
William Fogo, 19, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
William Reid, 17, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
Norman M. Caie, 18, Forfar, 

Forfar. 



John Bentinck, 19, Inverness, 
Inverness-shire. 

John Ross, 21, Rogart, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Sim Hirst, 36, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Geo. M. Maclean, 20, Portree, 
Inverness-shire. 

Kenneth Lyle Reid, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Henry C. Cargill, 18, West 
Anstruther, Fife. 

John Weipers, 24, Kirkcaldy, 
Fife. 

Thos. Fergusson, 18, Dun- 
blane, Perth. 

Walter Anderson, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1891 



Tom R. Marr, 19, Mains, 

Forfarshire. 
Marshall P. Constable, 18, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
David B. King, 19, Pitten- 

weem, Fifeshire. 
Adam S. Marshall, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Hugh Menzies, 22, Dunipace, 

Larbert, Stirlingshire. 
Frederic G. Fisher, 19, 

Croydon, Surrey. 
James M. Scott, 25, Collessie, 

Fife. 
R. Macgregor Mitchell, 17, 

Perth, Perthshire. 

James Thomson, 16, 



Robert S. Ramsay, 21, Don- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Tom C. Howard, 19, Cartmel, 
Lancashire. 

George Oswald, 20, King- 
horn, Fife. 

James C. Rose, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Ernest H. Duke, 19, St 
Vigeans, For&rshire. 

Maxwell R. Canch, 23, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Charles Maxwell Gray, 21, 
Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

J. Shaw Maclaren, 22, 
Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 
Buckhaven, Fifeshire. 



Fourth Year. 



Andrew Hewat, 21, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

John Miller, 34, Beath, Fife. 

Henry Lillie, 19, Crail, Fife. 

Norman D. Smith, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Henry Grey Graham, 18, 
Maxton, Roxburgh. 

Donald Munro, 21, Aberfeldy, 
Perthshire. 

J. Semple Smart, 24, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Frank Kemp, 20, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 

David V. M'Intyre, 20, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Walter G. Mair, 21, Rathven, 
Banffshire. 



H. Chas. Williamson, 21, 
Lochee, Forfarshire. 

Norman MacLeod, 19, Lon- 
don, Middlesex. 

Alexander B. Barty, 19, Dun- 
blane, Perthshire. 

John Milne Anderson, 23, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

John Boyd, 20, Kirriemuir, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexr. S. M. Imrie, 21, 
Markinch, Fifeshire. 

Harry J. Thoms, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William Darling, 19, Cupar, 
Fife. 

William Macpherson, 19, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 



1892] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



30 r 



Roderick MacQuame, 29, 
North Uist, Inverness. 

G. Allan Seath, 20, Aberdour, 
Fife. 

Henry N. Patrick, 19, Barry, 
Forfarshire. 

James M. Hunt, 20, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

William Gavin, 21, Stirling, 
Stirlingshire. 

James R. Tosh, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Alex. Leighton, 22,Closeburn, 
Dumfries. 

David W. Wallace, 21, Car- 
luke, Lanark. 

Clement M. Scott, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Menzies,20,Camserney, 
Perthshire. 

Edward L. Milne, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Walter Lamb, 21, Dollar, 
Clackmannan. 

Louis R. Bremner, 18, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 



James Macpherson, 21, Edin- 
burgh, Midlothian. 

James B. Allan, 19, Dunferm- 
line, Fife. 

John Lundie, 20, Torryburn, 
Fife. 

Alexander John Walker, 18, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

John Wallace, 23, Lesma- 
hagow, Lanarkshire. 

Fred. P. Shepherd, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

George Lawson, 21, Culross, 
Fifeshire. 

Alexr. M. S. Martin, 22, 
Auchterarder, Perth- 
shire. 

Albert W. Borthwick, 20, 
Chillingham, Northumber- 
land. 

David P. Miller, 20, Bolas» 
Salop. 

Peter Comrie, 24, Muthill, 
Perth. 

T. R. Cansh, 21, St Andrews^ 
Fifeshire. 



Summer Session, 1893. 



Edward Miall Johnstone, 20, 
Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. 

Charles Russell Campbell, 17, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

John A. R. Macdonald, 18, 
Leuchars, Fife. 

Joseph H. Dare, 23, Wands- 
worth, Surrey. 



James Knowles, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John W. N. Thomson, 17, 
Aberdeen, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

Nettie Macdonald, 23, 
Glasgow, Lanark- 

shire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[189J 



St Mary's College. 



Peter C. Anderson, 2i» St 

Andrews, Fife. 
George Christie, 22, Elgin, 

Moray. 
Robert C. Mitchell, 20, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Donald S. Rose, 25, Blair 

Athole, Perth. 
George G. Stott, 24, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
David Machardy Hampton, 

37, Dundee, Forfar. 
Richard Watt Todd, 26, 

Edinburgh, Midlothian. 
Alexander Jack, 37, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Donald Fergusson, 22, Red- 

gorton, Perth. 
Geo. D. B. Stewart, 27, San 

Francisco, California. 
William M*Callum, 21, 

Monzievaird, Perth. 
John MacBeth, 25, Black- 
ford, Perthshire. 
G. Lindsay Leslie, 2i,Creich, 

Fifeshire. 

Robert Johnstone, 



George Thompson, 26, Cupar, 

Fife. 
John Stewart, 24, Crieff, 

Perthshire. 
Jas. Dalgety, 26, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Jas. Gilruth, 24, Dundee, 

For&rshire. 
Jas. G. Robertson, 24, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Alex. M. Wyllie, 27, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
John M. Ramsay, 26, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
D. Bruce Millar, 21, Kincar- 
dine O'Neil, Aberdeenshire. 
Alan Cant, 21, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
John T. Patterson, 23, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Andrew Brown, 24, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
J. Christie Johnston, 32, 

Tayport, Fife. 
Wm. Wilson, 22, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
20, Leuchars, Fife. 



University College, Dundee. 



Patrick Kinmont, 16, Enrol, 

Perth. 
Alexander Leighton, 26, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 



George Ford Petrie, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Maggie Gardiner Stuart, 16, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 



1892] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



303 



Charles Reid, 65, Glasgow, 

Lanark. 
Jeannie W. Robertson, 16, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
John Naulty, 16, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
George Alexander, 17, Forfar, 

Forfarshire. 
Agnes Forbes Blackadder, 16, 

West Ferry, Forfarshire. 
Edward F. M. Neave, 19, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Agnes Hanning, 16, Dumfries, 

Dumfriesshire. 
Alex. Anderson, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Robert Gibson, 25, Arbroath, 

Forfarshire. 
Emma Isabel Wilson, 21, 

Edinburgh, Midlothian. 
A. G. Worrall, 21, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Constance E. Luis, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
William Pitkeathly, 18, Scone, 

Perth. 
Edward T. Harley, 17, Bal- 

merino, Fifeshire. 
W. T. Caiman, 20, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
James D. S. Milln, 16, Tay- 

port, Fife. 
James Robertson, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
William Minty, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Thos. Wylie, 15, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



William Young, 17, Glasgow, 
Lanarkshire. 

Alexr. H. Pirie, 16, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Thomas Cameron, ig, Farnell, 
Forfarshire. 

Jno. Bennett Briggs, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

William N.PattuUo, 21, Oath- 
law, Forfarshire. 

A. Asher-Brown, [Strathaim]. 

John G. P. Murray, 17, 
Gosport, Hants. 

G. Waterston Miller, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Christina Halket Stirling, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

Bessie N. Hamilton, 18, 
Mains, Forfarshire. 

Philip Lyle Riviere, 18, Lon- 
don, Middlesex. 

James Henderson, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William Johnston, 30, Largo, 
Fife. 

William Gorrie, 16, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Robert H. Garvie, 17, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

D. E. Dickson, 18, Blair- 
gowrie, Perthshire. 

G. M. Marshall, 34, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

J. D. Brown, 24, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Alexander Inglis, 27, 
Aberdeen, Aberdeen- 
shire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1892 



L. J. Byrne, 34, Gort, Galway . 
James Inglis, 17, Montrose, 

Forfarshire. 
Frances M. Laing, 19, 

Middlesbrough, York- 
shire. 
Arnold George Tolputt, 21, 

Folkestone, Kent. 
Annie Brown Foreman, 35. 

Born at sea. 
William Maule Alexander 

Smith, 18, Monikie, 

Forfarshire. 
John H.Lyell, 24, Newburgh, 

Fife. 
Peter Dickson, 16, Montrose, 

Forfarshire. 
Henry Francis Boland, 19, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Hilda L. Lorimer, 19, Strath- 

martine, Forfar. 
And. Blackwood, 29, Kirk- 
caldy, Fife. 
John L. Clark, 31, Dysart, 

Fife. 
Thomas Scott Millar, 31, 

Dundee. 
Matthew Forbes, 47, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Frank White, 22, Dunnichen, 

Forfar. 
John W. Kippen, 30, Crieff, 

Perth. 
Zerlina A. Weinberg, 19, 

Dundee, ForfSair. 
E. Weston Bell, 32, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Gertrude E. Garriock, 19, 



Tingwall Parish, Sheb 

land. 
Charles M. Robertson, 17, 

Miraflores, Mexico. 
J. Godfrey Anderson, 18, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Constance M. Ramsay, 22, 

Liff, Forfar. 
James N. Graham, 16, 

Forfar, Forfar. 
James Gray, 20, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Fred. Nallard Merry, 18, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
William Mair, 25, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Ethel Campbell Smith, 20, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
Evan Hugh Eraser, 29, 

Dallas, Mora3rshire. 
Helen H. Lamb, 19, Dundee 

Forfarshire. 
Frank H. Clark, Enrol, 

Perthshire. 
James B. Corr, 38, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
E. A. Watson, Invergowrie, 

Forfar. 
A. D. Watson, Invergowrie, 

Forfar. 
Hugh Parker Holbum, 30, 

Galston, Ayrshire. 
William Gregory Keay, 16, 

Greenwich, Kent. 
John S. Lumsden, B.Sc, 25, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Mabel L. Johnson, 20, Dun* 

dee, Forfar. 



1892] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



305 



Robert Kerr Wybrants, 18, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
John Irons, 26, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Evelyn Scott, 18, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Thomas Macpherson, 27, 

Orwell, Kinross. 



John Dewar, 21, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Andrew Caird, [Dun- 
dee.] 

Ina Mary White, Aberdeen, 
Aberdeen. 

Adele Trtie, Braunschweig, 
Germany. 



Clara Whytock, Dundee, Forfar. 



Summer Session, 1893. 



William Lowson, 32, Barry, 

Forfar. 
J. Barry Robb, Dundee, 

Forfar. 



John Robertson Barbour, 18, 
Blairgowrie, Perthshire. 

Lewis Beesly, 16, London, 
Middlesex. 



1 893- 1 894. 



United College. 



First Year. 



Robert Kinmond, 15, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Jeanie C. C. Reid, 16, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Lewis M'Glashan, 16, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

William D. Millar, 23, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Richard de Mattos, 16, Rich- 
mond, Surrey. 

Harold T. J. Waring, 19, 
Warwick, Warwick. 



Frank S. Findon, 18, War- 
wick, Warwick. 

Archibald CampbeU, 16, 
Falkirk, Stirling- 

shire. 

John Anderson, Glasgow. 

Fred. G. Innes, 16, Cupar- 
Fife, Fifeshire. 

Ernest M. Anderson, 16, 
Falkirk, Stirlingshire. 

Margaret Murray, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



u 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1893 



David Munro, 15, Little- 
hampton, Sussex. 

John A. F. Dean, 18, Rothes, 
Elgin. 

Peter Walker, 16, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

James Cox, 24, Carnoustie, 
Forfar. 

Jessy Thomson Philip, 16, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Leonard Kininmonth, 17, 
Dunbog, Fife. 

James Nairn, 18, Perth, 
Perth. 

AndrewJameson Macculloch, 
17, Edinburgh, Mid- 
lothian. 

James M'Kay Smith, 16, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

David Graham, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Harry Kinnes, 16, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Jno. G. Boyd, 20, Coleraine, 
Derry. 

Samuel T. Linton, ig, Gar- 
vagh, Derry. 

Edward Miall Johnstone, 
19, Inverurie, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

Mary C. Anderson, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

William Pitkeathly, 19, New 
Scone, Perth. 

Samuel Nicolson, 18, Dur- 
ness, Sutherland. 

Mary J. Menzies, 18, Wake- 
field, Yorkshire. 



James Knowles, 189 Newent, 

Gloucestershire. 
Alice A. Linder, 189 St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Katherine C. Caird, 17, 

Montrose, For&rshire. 
Letitia Jane Gardiner, 19, 

Croston, Lancashire. 
Maud Cracknell, 30, London, 

Middlesex. 
Ralph D. Cox, 15, Brougbty 

Ferry, Forfarshire. 
Mrs 'Lizzie M'Lachlan, Hind- 
head, Surrey, England. 
Robert Blair, 15, Dunblane, 

Perthshire. 
Marion E. Archibald, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
John W. N. Thomson, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Robert Craig, 16, Lerwick, 

Shetland. 
William Scott, 15, Buck- 
haven, Fife. 
James Black, 22, Elgin, 

Morayshire. 
Margaret Elsie Ruston, 17, 

Lincoln, Lincolnshire. 
Annie Grace Holcroft, 15, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Evelyn Helen C. Eraser, 18, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Annie I. K. Dickson, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Edith Paterson, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Jane A. Paterson, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



i393] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



307 



Margaret E. Clouston, 17, 
St Andrews, Fife. 



Isabel O. Clouston, 16, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



Second Year. 



George H. Simson, 21, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John M. M'Naughton, 18, 
Killin, Perthshire. 

John G. Laing, 17, Cameron 
Bridge, Fife. 

Chas. W. M'Millan, 18, Mark- 
inch, Fife. 

Robert Scott, 18, Craig, 
Forfar. 

Margaret Lees, 18, London, 
Middlesex. 

Annie Lloyd- Evans, 19, War- 
wick, Warwickshire. 

Katherine Chambers, 19, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

Margaret A. Hannan Watson, 
20, Glasgow, Lanark- 
shire. 

Jessie N. Nelson, 20, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfries. 

Ella G. Lumsden, 19, Preston- 
kirk, Haddingtonshire. 

James T. Fergusson, 18, 
Aberfeldy, Perthshire. 

Robert H. Corstorphine, 18, 
Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

Mary Jane Christie, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Mary Ann Bathie, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

John Stewart, 16, Aberfeldy, 
Perthshire. 



Sidney L. Clarke, 22, South- 
port, Lancashire. 

Bertie CM. Cantor, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John Sime, 19, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Mary S. G. Burnet, 
18, Edinburgh, Edin- 
burgh. 

Annie Davidson, 21, Peter- 
head, Aberdeen. 

William A. M. Forbes, 19, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

James W. Harris, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Andrew D. Duncan, 19, 
Lockerbie, Dumfries. 

Lucius A. Holcroft, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Norman C. Keith, 17, Dun- 
dee (Land.), Forfar. 

George B. Neave, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

William M. J. Gunn, 19, 
Halkirk, Caithness. 

Thos. S. Cargill, 16, An- 
struther, Fife. 

Alexander R. Taylor, 19, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Mary Alice Matthewson, 21, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Henry J. Hoile, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1893 



Oswald G. Bell, 19, St 

Andrews 9 Fife. 
Helen Alexander Russel, 17, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Wm. R. Murray Brown, 23, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
James A. Murray, 16, Dairsie, 

Fife- 
J. R. Cunningham, 

17, Campbeltown, 

Argyll. 
Frank M. Milne, 17, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
David S. Brown, 16, Lochee, 

Forfar. 
Alexander Mason, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Eliza P. Steele Hut ton, 

26, Liverpool, Lancashire, 

England. 
George Sellars, 18, Kenmore, 

Perthshire. 



Findlay S. Douglas, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Alice G. H. Barclay, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Arnold H. Meiklejohn, 19, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Wm. Ewan, Broughty Feny, 

Forfar. 
Roberta F. Smith,St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Robert N. Buist, 17, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
D. W. Rusack, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Mary Campbell Smith, 20, 

Edinburgh, Midlothian. 
Alexander Dawson, 19, Buck- 
haven, Fifeshire. 
John Dawson, 18, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
David H. M. Dawson, 17, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 



Third Year. 



Bertram Houlding Walmsley, 
21, Eccles, Lancashire. 

James Fairweather, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Archibald Menzies, 2 1 , Weem, 
Perthshire. 

George Yule, 18, Tayport, 
Fifeshire. 

John Gunn Nicolson, 20, 
Durness, Sutherland- 
shire. 

Robert Henry Mackay, 18, 
Brechin, Forfarshire. 



William Andrew Mackenzie, 
18, Grantown - on - Spey, 
Morayshire. 

Andw. Thom, 18, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Edwin J. Brechin, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

David Robert Kerr, 22, New- 
port, Fifeshire. 

W. Fulton Spiers, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Cargill, 17, Anstruther, 
Fife. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



309 



George Blair, 20, Dollar, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Reuben W. Linder, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Thomas D. Murray, 19, An- 
struther, Fife. 

William S. Morrison, 17, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine- 
shire. 

Andrew Morrison, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

James Mitchell, 17, Perth, 
Perthshire. 



David Oliphant, 17, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

John B. Chalmers, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Campbell Smith, 

19, Edinburgh, Edin- 
burgh. 

Michael Alexander Russel, 

20, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Joseph H. H. Dare, 24, 
Wandsworth, London, 
Surrey. 



Fourth Year. 



Sim Hirst, 37, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Ernest H. Duke, 20, St 
Vigeans, Forfar. 

Norman Macleod Caie, 19, 
Forfar, Forfar. 

Frank Kemp, 21, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander John Walker, 19, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

James Kirk, 20, Beath, Fife- 
shire. 

John Weipers, 25, Kirkcaldy, 
Fifeshire. 

Tom R. Marr, 20, Mains, 
Forfarshire. 

William Reid, 18, Montrose, 
Forfarshire. 

Thomas Fergusson, 19, (Kin- 
buck) Dunblane, Perth- 
shire. 



Robt. S. Ramsay, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Hugh Menzies, 23, Larbert, 
Stirlingshire. 

James R. Tosh, 20, Dundee, 
Forfexshire. 

John Ross, 22, Rogart, 
Sutherlandshire. 

George M. Maclean, 21, 
Portree, Inverness-shire. 

John H. Bentinck, 20, Kin- 
gussie, Inverness-shire. 

Clement M. Scott, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Miller, 35, Beath, Fife. 

David W. Wallace, 22, 
Lanark, Lanarkshire. 

William Macpherson, 20, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 

William Fogo, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1893 



Henry C. Cargill, 19, West 
Anstruther, Fife. 

Marshall P. Constable, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Adam S. Marshall, 23, Mother- 
well, Lanarkshire. 

N. D. Smith, 21, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James Knox, 19, Crail, Fife. 

Hugh Birrell, 18, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Walter Anderson, 21, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

James Thomson, 17, Buck- 
haven, Fife. 

James M. Scott, 26, Collessie, 
Fife. 

Kenneth Lyle Reid, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Alexr. S. M. Imrie, 22, Mark- 
inch, Fife. 

Alexander Leighton, 23, 
Closeburn, Dumfries. 

David B. King, 20, Pitten- 
weem, Fife. 



H. Chas. Williamson, 22, 
Lochee, Forfarshire. 

Edward L. Milne, 20, Ar- 
broath, Forfiairshire. 

R. MacGregor Mitchell, 18, 
Perth, Perth. 

Harry MacDonald Kyle, 21, 
Glasgow, Lanark. 

John M. Anderson, 24, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George Oswald, 21, King- 
horn, Fife. 

Fred. P. Shepherd, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Albert W. Borthwick, 
21, Scarbrough, York- 
shire. 

R. Macquarrie, 30, North 
Uist, Inverness. 

Chas. M. Gray, 22, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

Alexr. G. Abbie, 20, Largo, 
Fife. 

T. R. Cansh, 22, St Andrews, 
Fife. 



Matriculated for Examination. 
James B. Robb, Dundee, Forfarshire. 



Summer Session, 1894. 



Adolf Opp^, 15, London, 

Surrey. 
Francis Stewart, 14, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Alexander Matheson Lang, 

z6, Inverness, Inverness. 



John Barns Graham, 17, 
Milngavie, Stirling. 

James Macpherson, 22, Edin- 
burgh, Midlothian. 

Fred. B. Clough, 19, Den- 
bigh, Denbigh. 



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311 



William P. Napier, 21, Aber- 
deen, Aberdeen. 



Edith S. Hooper, 26, Erith, 
Kent. 



St Mary's College. 



John Boyd, 21, Kirriemuir, 
Forfarshire. 

H. Grey Graham, 19, Maxton, 
Roxburgh. 

Donald Fergusson, 23, Red- 
gorton, Perthshire. 

John M. Menzies, 21, Dull, 
Perthshire. 

George Thompson, 27, Cupar, 
Fifeshire. 

Robert C. Mitchell, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

John M. Ramsay, 26, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

G. Lindsay Leslie, 22,Creich, 
Fife. 

Robert Johnstone, 21, Leu- 
chars, Fife. 

George Christie, 23, Elgin, 
Elgin. 

William M'Callum, 22, Mon- 
zievaird, Perth. 

Alex. M. Wyllie, 29, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James Dalgety, 27, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Jas. Ruth Gilruth, 25, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Chas. S. Burdon, 31, Rait, 
Perth. 

George Munro, 26, Farr, 
Sutherlandshire. 



Andrew M. Hewat, 22, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

John MacBeth, 26, Black- 
ford, Perthshire. 

John Stewart, 25, Crieff, 
Perthshire. 

John Wallace, 24, Wiston, 
Lanarkshire. 

Donald S. Rose, 26, Blair 
Athole, Perthshire. 

George A. Seath, 21, Aber- 
dour, Fifeshire. 

James R. Dykes, 26, Strath- 
miglo, Fifeshire. 

Peter C. Andetson, 22, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Alexander Jack, 38, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

D. Bruce Millar, 22, Kincar- 
dine O'Neil, Aberdeen. 

J. Goodlet - Robertson, 25, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Andrew Brown, 25, Montrose, 
Forfar. 

William Wilson, 23, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

David P. Miller, 21, Bolas, 
Wellington, Salop. 

Norman MacLeod, 20, Lon- 
don, Middlesex. 

James M. Hunt, 2Z, Perth, 
Perthshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1893 



University College, Dundee. 



Alex. Leighton, 27, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

William Doig, 18, Forgan, 
Fife. 

Adele Triie, 21, Braun- 
schweig, Germany. 

Ella Mackie, 17, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 

Elizabeth Anderson 

M'Intyre, 18, Mains, 
Forfarshire. 

Janie S. M'Intyre, 17, Mains, 
Forfarshire. 

Robert Smith, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Laurence Maclagan Wedder- 
burn, 16, Forfar, Forfar- 
shire. 

Maggie Whytock, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Basil Broun - Morison, 17, 
Folkestown, Kent. 

Thomas Pettigrew Wylie, 16, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Robert John Ramsay, 22, 
Newport, Fifeshire. 

Hilda Luke, 16, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 

Agnes Hanning, 17, Dum- 
fries, Dumfriesshire. 

Agnes Forbes Blackad- 
der, 17, Dundee, Forfar- 
shire. 

Bessie Neilson Hamilton, 19, 
Mains, Forfarshire. 



John Bennett Briggs, 19, 

Arbroath, Forfarshire. 
Lewis Beesly, 16, London, 

Middlesex. 
Arthur Dixon, 16, Bradford, 

Yorks. 
James Ritchie, 26, Perth, 

Perth. 
Charles Reid, 66, Glasgow, 

Lanark. 
Philip Lyle Riviere, 19, 

London, Middlesex. 
David Elliot Dickson, 19, 

Blairgowrie, Perthshire. 
Henry Francis Boland, 20, 

Dundee, Forfarshire. 
Angus R. Fulton, 22, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
John B. Cuthbert, 28, Perth, 

Perth. 
George Marshall, 35, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
James Allan, M.A., 20, Old 

Kilpatrick, Dumbarton- 
shire. 
Alex. Muirden, 16, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
Robert Hendry, 17, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
James R. Cargill, 16, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Andrew Caird, 22, Montrose, 

Forfar. 
Charles Mann, 20, Dundee, 

Forfar. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



313 



William Thomas Caiman, 2I9 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Daniel John M'Kinnon, /r., 
24, Dundee, Forfar. 

James Scrimgeour, 15, New- 
port, Fife. 

Sydney A. Kay, 19, Newport, 
Fife. 

Ethel Campbell Smith, 21, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

George Alexander, 18, Forfar, 
Forfar. 

Robert H. Garvie, 18, Perth, 
Perth. 

Wm. Gorrie, 17, Perth, 
Perth. 

Charles Wm. Cochrane, 16, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Arthur G. Worrall, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Alexander H. Pirie, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

William M. A. Smith, 
[19, Monikie, Forfarshire.] 

C. M. Robertson, 18, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Robert M'CuUoch, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

James D. S. Milln, 17, Tay- 
port, Fife. 

David Lockhart Robertson 



Lorimer, 16, Strathmartine, 
Forfar. 

Charles Edward Douglas, 
37, India. 

Edward F. M. Neave, 20, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

M. L. Walker, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Campbell Eraser, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John D. Brown, 24, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James Godfrey Anderson, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

James Henderson, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

And. Blackwood, 30, Kirk- 
caldy, Fifeshire. 

Barbara J. Sutherland, 20, 
Lanarkshire. 

Winnie K. Ritchie, 17, New- 
port, Fifeshire. 

William Johnston, 31, Largo. 

R. A. Mudie, 24, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 

[Robert Gibson, 26, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire.] 

[Evan Hugh Eraser, 30, 
Dallas, Morayshire.] 

John Irons, Downfield, 
Forfarshire. 



Summer Session, 1894. 



Charles Soutar, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
David Ferrier, 18, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 



Frank Hull, 17, Kingston, 

West Indies. 
James M. Templeman, 19, 

Blairgowrie, Perthshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1893 



Maud Meyerheim, 25, Lymm, 
Cheshire. 

George B. Deas, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

James T. Munsie, 22, Slate- 
ford, Mid Lothian. 

William W. George, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Alex. W. Donaldson, 21, 
Newport, Fifeshire. 



Charles William Somer- 
viUe, 16, Dalkeith, Mid 
Lothian. 

Alister Forbes Mackay, 
Southend. 

Edith Mary Talbot 
Fidler, 20, Richmond, 
Surrey. 

Catherine Fidler, 18, Rich- 
mond, Surrey. 



1 894- 1 895. 



United College. 



First Year. 



John Herbert Spivey, 19, 
Liversedge, Yorkshire. 

Robert L. Watson, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Arthur K. Agar, 17, Wimble- 
don, Surrey. 

Frank Y. Leggatt, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Robert S. F. Macrae, 17, 
Kirkwall, Orkney. 

John Barns - Graham, 17, 
Milngavie, Stirlingshire. 

Robert Nelson, 16, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

Edward J. Balfour, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

David H. Bell, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Walter M. Thorburn, 17, 
Peebles, Peeblesshire. 



Robt. M. M. Buntine, 21, 
Kirby Stephen, West- 
moreland. 

Eneas N. Craig, 27, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, Northum- 
berland. 

William Linton, 24, West- 
ruther, Berwickshire. 

Robert Rose, 16, Blair Atholl, 
Perthshire. 

David G. Anderson, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

George Bell, 17, Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

Adolf P. Opp6, 16, London, 
Surrey. 

Loetitia N. Ede, 17, Gates- 
head, Durham. 

Margaret Rust, 16, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 



^ 



1 894] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



315 



Henry Herbert Vicars Moss- 
man, 23, Newark, Notting- 
hamshire. 

Eliza M. Anderson, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Thomas Noel Fowke, 17, 
Wolverhampton, Stafford- 
shire. 

William Crawford, 17, Alloa, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Allan M. Sinclair, 18, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

James R. Forgan, 17, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Christian Mary Brown, 16, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

John Duncan, 16, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

Frank Findlay, 17, Mark- 
inch, Fifeshire. 

James Westwood, 17, Dun- 
fermline, Fifeshire. 

John B. Murray, 15, Dairsie, 
Fifeshire. 

William P. Brakenridge, 17, 
Cupar, Fife. 

Charles Thompson Hill, 16, 
Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

William Braid Taylor, 17, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

David Fogo, 17, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

James Hunter, 30, Kinloch, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander Matheson Lang, 



17, Inverness, Inverness- 
shire. 

Hector MacKay, 21, Farr, 
Sutherland. 

William A. Henderson, 17, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

John Walker, 19, Larbert, 
Stirlingshire. 

David M'Leish, 17, Aber- 
feldy, Perthshire. 

John Phillips Milne, 16, 
Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. 

Alfred W. W. Mackie, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Jane M. Finlayson, 28, 
Aberdeen, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

Ellen C. Scott, 30, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Annie Wallace, 24, Ceres, 
Fife. 

Isabella F. Stewart, 17, 
Mains, Dundee, Forfar. 

William Watson, 17, New- 
field, Johnstone, Renfrew- 
shire. 

John A. R. Macdonald, 19, 
L. Rannoch, Perthshire. 

Lewis J. Garriock, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

R. Campbell-Smith, 16, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

Alexander P. Cunningham, 
z6, Campbeltown, ArgyU- 
shire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1894 



Second Year. 



Jane C. C. Reid, 17, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Frank S. Findon, 19, War- 
wick, Warwickshire. 

Archibald Campbell, 17, 
Falkirk, Stirlingshire. 

Harold T. J. Waring, 20, 
Warwick, Warwickshire. 

Samuel Nicolson, 19, Durness, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Lewis M'Glashan, 17, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

James Black, 23, Elgin, 
Moray. 

Robert Kinmond, 16, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Fred. G. Innes, 17, Cupar, 
Fife. 

William Pitkeathly, 20, 
Scone, Perth. 

James M. Smith, 21, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John A. F. Dean, 19, Rothes, 
Morayshire. 

Samuel T. Linton, 20, Cross- 
hill, Co. Derry. 

Richard de Mattos, 17, Rich- 
mond, Surrey. 

John Gage Boyd, 21, Cole- 
raine, Co. Derry. 

Robert Craig, 17, Lerwick, 
Shetland. 



Annie Grace Holcroft, 16, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Jessy Philip, 17, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Edward Miall Johnstone, 20, 

Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. 
David Graham, 18, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Margaret Murray, 20, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Robert L. Blair, 16, Dunblane, 

Perthshire. 
Harry Kinnes, 17, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Peter Walker, 16, St Andrews, 

Fifeshire. 
Leonard Kininmonth, 18, 

Dunbog, Fifeshire. 
Alexander Miller, 18, Darwin, 

Lanes. 
Katherine C. Caird, 18, 

Montrose, Forfarshire. 
Mary J. Menzies, 19, Hull, 

Yorkshire. 
James Nairn, 19, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
William Scott, 16, Buck- 
haven, Fife. 
Laetitia Gardiner, 20, Cros- 

ton, Lancashire. 
Robert N. Buist, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



William D. Millar, 24, Dundee, Forfarshire. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



317 



Third Year. 



Beaumont Fletcher, 20, 
Barrow-in-Furniss, Lanca- 
shire. 

Margaret A. Hannan Watson, 
21, Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

Jessie N. Nelson, 20, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

Annie Lloyd- Evans, 20, 
Warwick, Warwickshire. 

Ella G. Lumsden, 20, Preston- 
kirk, Haddingtonshire. 

Mary J. Christie, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

Mary A. Bathie, 19, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

David Munro, 16, Little- 
hampton, Sussex. 

John G. Laing, 18, Cameron, 
Fife. 

John Sime, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

James A. Murray, 17, Dairsie, 
Fife. 

Norman C. Keith, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Sidney L. Clarke, 23, Derby, 
Derbyshire. 

Robert Scott, 19, Craig, 
Montrose, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Reid Taylor, 20, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Archd. Menzies, 22, Weem, 
Perthshire. 

Frank M. Milne, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



Thos. S. Cargill, 17, An- 
struther, Fifeshire. 

George B. Neave, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John M. M'Naughton, 19, 
Kenmore, Perthshire. 

David S. Brown, 17, Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

Annie Davidson, 22, Peter- 
head, Aberdeenshire. 

Lucius Austen Holcroft, 18, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

Findlay S. Douglas, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Roberta F. Smith, 40, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

William A. M. Forbes, 20, 
Inver (Dunkeld), Perth- 
shire. 

Mary S. G. Burnet, 19, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

Margaret Lees, 19, Dundee, 
Dundee. 

Katherine Chambers, 20, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

Bertie C. M. Cantor, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John Stewart, 17, Logierait, 
Perthshire. 

D. W. Rusack, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

George Mackay, 21, Durness, 
Sutherlandshire. 

Wm. Ewan, Broughty Ferry, 
Forfar. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1894 



Chas. W. M'Millan, 20, 

Markinch, Fife. 
Alex. Dawson, 20, Buck- 
haven, Fife. 
William R. M. Brown, 24, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Oswald G. Bell, 20, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Alexander Mason, 20, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Henry J. Hoile, 18, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Arnold H. Meiklejohn, 20, 

St Andrews, Fife. 



Mary Campbell Smith, 21, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 

George Sellars, 19, Kenmore, 
Perthshire- 

J. R. Cunningham, 18, 
Campbeltown, Argyll. 

Alice Hay Barclay, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John Dawson, 19, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

David H. M. Dawson, 18, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

John B. Chalmers, 21, Dan- 
dee, Forfar. 



Fourth Year. 



John Gunn Nicolson, 21, 
Durness, Sutherland- 
shire. 

George Yule, 19, Tayport, 
Fifeshire. 

W. Fulton Spiers, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John Cargill, 18, Anstruther, 
Fife. 

Bertram H. Walmsley, 22, 
Eccles, Lancashire. 

David Oliphant, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Robert H. Mackay, 19, 
Brechin, Forfar. 

James Fairweather, 19, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

James T. Fergusson, 19, 
Aberfeldy, Perth. 

James Mitchell, 18, Perth, 
Perthshire. 



Marshall P. Constable, 20^ 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

David R. Kerr, 23, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

William A. Mackenzie, 19, 
Grantown-on-Spey, Moray- 
shire. 

Robert H. Corstorphine, 19, 
Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

William S. Morrison, 18, Laur- 
encekirk, Kincardineshire. 

Edwin J. Brechin, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Andrew Thom, 19, Cupar, 
Fife. 

George Blair, 21, Dollar, 
Clackmannanshire. 

J. CampbeU Smith, 20, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

Andrew Morrison, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



1 894] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



319 



Fifth Year and upwards. 



Robert Macdonald, 30, 
Laurencekirk, Kincardine. 

Walter George Mair, 23, 
Rathven, Banffshire. 

Harry MacDonald Kyle, 22, 
Glasgow, Lanark. 

George Oswald, 22, King- 
horn, Fife. 

Edward L. Milne, 21, Ar- 
broath, Forfar. 

James Kirk, 21, Beath, 
Fifeshire. 

John Weipers, 26, Kirkcaldy, 
Fifeshire. 

Thomas Fergusson, 20, Dun- 
blane (Parish), Perthshire. 

John Miller, 36, Beath, 
Fife. 



Hugh Birrell, 19, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

William Fogo, 21, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

James Thomson, 18, Buck- 
haven, Fife. 

Henry C. Cargill, 20, West 
Anstruther, Fife. 

H. Chas. Williamson, 23, 
Lochee, Forfar. 

A. W. Borthwick, 22, Scar- 
borough, Yorkshire. 

Alexander Leighton, 24, 
Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. 

T. R. Cansh, 23, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

James Robb, 29, Kirriemuir, 
Forfer. 



Summer Session, 1895. 



William Wallace, 20, Dum- 
fries, Dumfries. 

Bertram H. Wedgwood, 18, 
London, Middlesex. 



David Morrison, 28, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Alexr. S. M. Imrie, 23, Mark- 
inch, Fife. 



St Mary's College. 



George M. Maclean, 22, 

Portree, Inverness. 
David P. Miller, 22, Bolas, 

Wellington, Salop. 
Norman M. Caie, 20, Forfar, 

Forfar. 



Hugh Menzies, 24, Larbert, 

Stirling. 
William Wilson, 24, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
C. S. Burdon, 31, Kilspindie» 

Perth. 



320 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1894 



George M. Munro, 27, Farr, 

Sutherland. 
George Thompson, 28, 

CupaTr Fife. 
John Stewart, 26, Crieff, 

Perth. 
Robert C. Mitchell, 22, Alyth, 

Perth. 
Walter Lamb, 23, Ednam, 

Roxburghshire. 
John Stirton, 23, Perth, 

Perth. 
John M. Ramsay, 27, Dun- 
dee, Dundee. 
Henry Grey Graham, 20, 

Maxton, Roxburgh. 
Peter Corsar Anderson, 23, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
John M. Anderson, 25, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Ernest H. Duke, 21, St 

Vigeans, Forfar. 

Norman MacLeod, 21 



Andrew M. Hewat, 23, Perth» 

Perth. 
Robert Johnstone, 22, 

Leuchars, Fife. 
Jas. G. Robertson» 26, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 
Alex. M. Wyllie, 28, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Alexander John Walker, 20, 

Perth, Perthshire. 
John Wallace, 25, Lanark, 

Lanark. 
James M. Scott, 26, CoUessie, 

Fife. 
John M. Menzies, 22, Dull, 

Perth. 
James Malcolm Hunt, 22, 

Perth, Perthshire. 
John Boyd, 22, Kirriemuir, 

Forfarshire. 
George A. Seath, 22, Abcr- 

dour, Fifeshire. 
, London, Middlesex. 



University College, Dundee. 



Annie Mercer Watson, 32, 
Edinburgh, Midlothian. 

Hettie Nelson Grant, 19, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Elizabeth A. M*Intyre, 19, 
Mains, Forfarshire. 

Thomas P. Wylie, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Mary G. Smith, 17, Dundee, 
Dundee. 

Helen J. Pirie, 16, Dundee, 
Dundee. 



Fred. J. Scrimgeour, 15, 
Newport, Fife. 

Crissy Ingles Dawson, 17, 
Dundee, Dundee. 

Mary M'G. Miller, 16, Dun- 
dee, Dundee. 

Margaret Eva Wilson, 17, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar. 

James Scrimgeour, 16, New- 
port, Fife. 

James Walker, 21, Montrose, 
Forfar. 



1894] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



321 



Mary C. Macdonald, Dun- 
dee, Dundee. 

David Ferrier, 19, Dundee, 
Dundee. 

Robt. John Ramsay, 23, 
Newport, Fife. 

Alice Fleming, 15, Broughty 
Ferry, Dundee. 

Robert Smith, 20, Dundee, 
Dundee. 

John B. Briggs, 20, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

F. D. Hull, 18, West 
Indies. 

Duncan Macnab Burden, 21, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

David Bryden Merry, 17, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

George Addison Lister Sin- 
clair-Thomson, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Harry Rebel Smith, 16, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Angus Robertson Fulton, 23, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Agnes Forbes Blackadder, 
18, West Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 

John Richardson, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Bessie Neilson Hamilton, 20, 
Dundee, Dundee. 

Arnold G. Tolputt, 23, 
Folkestone, Kent. 

A. Asher Brown, Strath- 
aven, Lanarkshire. 

Winnie K. Ritchie, 18, New- 
port, Fifeshire. 



Sydney A. Kay, 20, Newport, 
Fifeshire. 

Hilda B. M. Luke, 17, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 

David M. H. M'Ken- 
drick, 23, Perth, Perth- 
shire. 

William Hill, 21, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander McMillan, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Peter S. M'Intyre, 15, 
Douglasfield, Forfarshire. 

Philip Lyle Riviere, 20, 
London. 

Alexander Muirden, 17, Mon- 
trose, Forfarshire. 

John T. Tiplady, 17, Dum- 
fries, Dumfriesshire. 

Basil Broun - Morison, 18, 
Folkestone, Kent. 

Robert Hendry, 18, Dundee, 
Dundee. 

David Gilchrist, 27, Dundee, 
Dundee. 

Charles Wm. Cochrane, 17, 
Dundee, Dundee. 

Arthur Dixon, 17, Bradford, 
Yorkshire. 

Kate E. Spiers, 22, Leith, 
Midlothian. 

D. Elliot Dickson, 20, Blair- 
gowrie, Perthshire. 

W. T. Caiman, 22, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

J. Barry Robb, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1894 



James R. Cargill, Mains, 
Forfarshire. 

James Henderson, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Andrew Blackwood, 31, 
Kirkcaldy, Fife. 

Arthur Stewart Robertson, 
22, Jamaica, West Indies. 

Q. M. H. Macleod, 24, 
Dundee.] 

[Edward Craner, 29, Blair- 
gowrie.] 



[Wm. B. Anderson, 21, Dun- 
dee.] 
[James Gray, 22, Dundee.] 
[George Lawrence, Dundee.] 
[George Halley, Dundee.] 
[George Scott, 23, St Bos- 
wells.] 
[John S. Lumsden, Dundee.] 
James G. Craik, Forfer, 

Forfar. 
Evan H. Eraser, 31, Dallas, 
Moray. 



Alex. Leighton, 28, Dundee, Forfar. 



Summer Session, 1895. 



Emily C. Thomson, 31, 

Lahore, India. 
Alice M. Moorhead, 27, 

Maidstone, England. 



Alexr. Lickely, 25, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
William W. George, 19, 

Dundee, Dundee. 



Charles W. Somerville, 17, Dalkeith, Midlothian. 



1 895- 1 896. 



United College, 



First Year. 



James M*Lean Watson, 15, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Sarah Caroline Logan, 17, 

Arbroath, Forfarshire. 
James Dickson Lindsay, 17, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
Henry William Hewlett, 17, 

Addington, Kent. 
James Walter Montague 



Scott, 16, Cromarty, 

Cromarty. 
David Gray, 17, Lochee, 

Forfarshire. 
Anne Loveday, 18, Cropredy, 

Oxfordshire. 
James Thomas Munsie, 

23, Colinton, Mid 

Lothian. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



323 



John C. G. Ewan, 16, Fyvie, 

Aberdeenshire. 
Marian Louise Reece, 16, 

Christ Church, Barbados, 

W. I. 
John Gordon Jameson, 17, 

Edinburgh, Mid Lothian. 
Nigel Austin St ebbing, 16, 

London, Middlesex. 
Janette T. Hill, 20, Chicago, 

U. S. A. 
John M. Kay, 21, Comrie, 

Perthshire. 
Thos. Pettigrew Wylie, 18, 

Dundee, Dundee. 
David Kenneth Watson, 17, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
John Bain Macdonald, 16, 

Baldovan, Perthshire. 
Charles Rudolph Stahel 

Farmer, 17, Harrow, 

Middlesex. 
Henrietta W. Rusack, 17, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Helen J. Pirie, 17, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Margaret S. Dickson, 15, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
William Nichol Thom, 17, 

St Andrews, Fife. 
Andrew Robertson, 17, 

Kingsbarns, Fife. 
John M*Kenzie, 16, Aber- 
deen, Aberdeen. 
John Murray, 17, Kings- 
kettle, Fife. 
Henry Pemberton Ponsonby, 

19, London, Middlesex. 



James Simpson Stalker, 17, 
Canisbay, Caithness. 

Arthur Inglis, 20, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfar. 

Edwin Jackson, 18, Brough, 
Yorkshire. 

Christina S. Auchterlonie, 
17, St Andrews, Fife. 

Alice E. Craigie, 17, Mon- 
trose, Forfar. 

Thomas Gillespie, 16, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

John F. Philip, 17, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

Lawrence J. D. Gibson, 16, 
Dysart, Fife. 

James Donaldson, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

William Barbour, 17, Par- 
bold, Lancashire. 

David R. MacGregor, 17, 
Dunfermline, Fife. 

Alexander Lundie, 17, Torry- 
burn, Fife. 

Eleanor Kate Vane, Hamlet 
of Rat cliff, London. 

Ella Lundie, 19, Torryburn, 
Fife. 

John Gilmour, 19, Blackford, 
Perth. 

Mary C. Macdonald, 17, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

William Wallace, 21, Dum- 
fries, Dumfries. 

Agnes Birrell, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Alexander F. Munro, 20, Al- 
ness, Ross. 




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[i»9S 



Eliza C. Rose, Tayport, 
Fife. 

Katharine B. C. Rose, Tay- 
port, Fife. 



Elizabeth K. Mitchell, 18, 
Anstruther, Fifeshire. 

M. Kantrovitchy 14, Wilna, 
WUna. 



Alexander Logan, 18, Broad- ' David Williamson, 18, Green- 



ford, Inverness. 
David Morrison, 28, Dundee, 

Forfar. 
Isabel Keith Campbell, 20, 

Montrose, Forfar. 



law, Berwickshire. 

John Whittle, 26, Little 
Hulton, Lancashire. 

William D'Esterre R. Mac- 
Leod, 18, London, Middle- 



Elizabeth Cook Houston, 19, 1 sex. 



St Andrews, Fife. 
Archibald J. M*Kenzie, 17, 

Tealing, Forfarshire. 
James Paterson Scott, 17, 

Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. 
Lucy Linder, 26, St Andrews, 

Fife. 
Robert L. Craig, 20, 

Berwick - on - Tweed. 
J. Martin Dower, 23, Kok- 



John Key, 18, Kirkcaldy, 
Fife. 

William Scrimgeour, 16, 
Methven, Perthshire. 

Murdo Maclean, 16, Urray, 
Ross-shire. 

B. H. Wedgwood, 18, Lon- 
don, Middlesex. 

Allan M. Ritchie, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



stadt, E. Griqualand, S. ^ Margaret Macgregor, Bir- 

Africa. I mingham, Warwickshire. 

Daniel Johnstone, 16, Dysart, Fifeshire. 



Second Year. 



William Braid Taylor, 18, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

Christian Mary Brown, 17, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

James M*Kay Smith, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Robert Nelson, 17, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

James Hunter, 31, Kinloch, 
Perthshire. 



Margaret Rust, 17, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

John Duncan, 17, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

James R. Forgan, 18, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

William Scott, 17, Buck- 
haven, Fifeshire. 

John Begg, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 




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Frank Findlay, 18, Markinch, 

Fifeshire. 
Frank Young Leggatt, 17, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Charles Thompson Hill, 17, 

Chicago, 111., U. S. A. 
John Phillips Milne, 17, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Walter M. Thorbum, 18, 

Peebles, Peeblesshire. 
Alfred W. W. Mackie, 18, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Thomas N. Fowke, 18, 

Wolverhampton, Stafford- 
shire. 
David G. Anderson, 17, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Edward J. Balfour, 17, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
William Crawford, 18, Alloa, 

Clackmannanshire. 
William Linton, 26, West- 

ruther, Berwickshire. 
Alexander Miller, 19, Dar- 
win, Lanes. 



Adolf Opp6, 17, London. 

Alexander P. Cunningham, 
17, Campbeltown, Argyll- 
shire. 

J. Brown Murray, 16, 
Dairsie, Fife. 

Robert S. F. Macrae, 18, 
Kirkwall, Orkney. 

John Herbert Spivey, 20, 
Liversedge, Yorkshire. 

Robert Rose, 17, Blair 
Atholl, Perthshire. 

Alice Linder, 20, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Eneas N. Craig, 28, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, Northum- 
berland. 

James Westwood, 18, Dun- 
fermline, Fife. 

David H. Bell, 18, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Robert Campbell-Smith, 17, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

George Bell, 18, Lochee, 
I Forfar. 



Third Year. 



William Pitkeathly, 21, 

Scone, Perth. j 

Margaret Murray, 21, St 

Andrews, Fife. 1 

Katherine C. Caird, 19, j 

Montrose, Forfar. ■ 

Jane C. C. Reid, 18, Ar- ' 

broath, Forfar. i 

Jessy Philip, 18, Dundee, 

Forfar. 



Fred. G. Innes, 18, Cupar- 
Fife, Fife. 

Harold T. J. Waring, 21, 
Warwick, Warwick. 

David S. Brown, 18, Lochee, 
Forfarshire. 

Robert Craig, 18, Lerwick, 
Shetland. 

Robert N. Buist, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



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Harry Kinnes, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Richard de Mattos, 18, Rich- 
mond, Surrey. 

Annie G. Holcroft, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Robert L. T. Blair, 17, Dun- 
blane, Perthshire. 

Samuel Nicolson, 20, Dur- 
ness, Sutherlandshire. 

Peter Walker, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Lewis M'Glashan, 18, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 



Leonard Kininmonth, 19, John Gage Boyd, 22, Cole- 



Dunbog, Fifeshire. 



John A. F. Dean, 20, 
Rothes, Elgin. 

Robert Kinmond, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

James Nairn, 20, Perth, 
Perth. 

Edward M. Johnstone, 21, 
Inverurie, Aberdeen. 

Archibald Campbell, 18, 
Wigan, Lancashire. 

Frank S. Findon, 20, War- 
wick, Warwickshire. 

Samuel T. Linton, 22, Gar- 
vagh, Londonderry. 



raine, Londonderry. 



David Graham, 20, St Andrews, Fife. 



Fourth Year. 



George Mackay, 22, Dur- 
ness, Sutherland. 

Beaumont Fletcher, 21, Bar- 
row - in - Furness, Lanca- 
shire. 

John Sime, 21, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Katherine Chambers, 21, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

Mary Campbell Smith, 
22, Edinburgh, Mid- 
lothian. 

Annie Davidson, 23, Peter- 
head, Aberdeen. 

Alexander Reid Taylor, 21, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

David Munro, Junr,, 17, 
Elstree, Hertford. 



John George Laing, 19, 
Cameron, Fife. 

Alexander Dawson, 21, Buck- 
haven, Fifeshire. 

Norman C. Keith, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John L. Clark, 34, Dysart, 
Fifeshire. 

George B. Neave, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John M. Dawson, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Margaret A. Hannan Watson, 
22, Glasgow, Lanarkshire. 

Annie Lloyd - Evans, 21, 
Warwick, Warwickshire. 

Wm. F. Spiers, 19, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 




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327 



David W. Rusack, 20, St 
Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Thos. S. Cargill, 18, An- 
struther, Fifeshire. 

Chas. W. M'Millan, 21, 
Falkland, Fifeshire. 

J. M. M'Naughton, 20, Ken- 
more, Perthshire. 

Sidney L. Clarke, 24, Derby, 
Derbyshire. 

Jessie N. Nelson, 21, Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

James A. Murray, 18, Dairsie, 
Fife. 

Findlay S. Douglas, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

David H. M. Dawson, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 



John Stewart, 18, Aberfeldy, 

Perthshire. 
William A. M. Forbes, 21, 

Perth, Perthshire. 
John B. Chalmers, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 
Wm. R. Murray Brown, 24, 

Dundee, Forfar. 
Frank M. Milne, 19, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Alice Hay Barclay, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Mary S. G. Burnet, 20, 

Edinburgh, Midlothian. 
Margaret Lees, 20, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
Joseph H. H. Dare, 24, 

London, Surrey. 



Fifth Year and upwards. 



John Miller, 37, Beath, Fife. 

James Fairweather, 20, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Harry M. Kyle, 23, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

John Cargill, 20, West An- 
struther, Fife. 

Andrew Morrison, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

David Robert Kerr, 24, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

George Blair, 22, Dollar, 
Clackmannan. 

Edwin J. Brechin, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



Edward L. Milne, 22, 
Arbroath, Forfar. 

Andw. Thom, 20, Cupar, 
Fife. 

Bertram H. Walmsley, 23, 
Eccles, Lancashire. 

Jas. Thomson, 19, Buck- 
haven, Fifeshire. 

Walter G. Mair, 24, Rathven, 
Banffshire. 

John G. Nicolson, 22, Dur- 
ness, Sutherlandshire. 

Robert H. Corstorphine, 20, 
Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

T. R. Cansh, 24, St Andrews. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1S95 



Summer Session, 1896. 



Ayliffe St John Burroughs, 
17, Bristol, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Francis Hugh Stewart, 16, 
St Andrews, Fife. 

James C. Irvine, 20, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 



Ben. P. Watson, 16, An- 

struther, Fife. 
Jas. M. Cunningham, 17, 

Cambridge, Cambridge. 
Maud Cracknel], 30, London, 

Middlesex. 
[James Scott, St Andre\»s.] 



[John Campbell Smith, Edinburgh.] 



St Mary's College. 



P. C. Anderson, 24, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Robert H. Mackay, 20, 

Brechin, Forfar. 
David L. Guild, 29, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
James M. Hunt, 23, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
Geo. M. Munro, 28, Farr, 

Sutherland. 
John Boyd, 23, Kirriemuir, 

Forfar. 
Henry Grey Graham, 21, 

Maxton, Roxburgh. 
Ernest H. Duke, 22, St 

Vigeans, Forfar. 
John Wallace, 26, Lanark, 

Lanark. 
David Proctor Miller, 23, 

Bolas, Salop. 
Norman MacLeod, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 



John Stewart, 27, Criel^ 

Perthshire. 
Norman Macleod Caie, 21, 

Forfar, Forfarshire. 
Hugh Menzies, 26, Larbert, 

Stirlingshire. 
Andrew Hewat, 24, Perth, 

Perthshire. 
John M. Anderson, 26, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
John Stirton, 23, Perth, 

Perth. 
James M. Scott, 27, Cd- 

lessie, Fife. 
Henry C. Cargill, 21, West 

Anstruther, Fife. 
George M. Maclean, 23, 

Portree, Inverness. 
WiUiam Wilson, 25, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
John M. Ramsay, 28, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



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329 



Walter Lamb, 24, Ednam, 
Roxburghshire. 



George Allan Seath, 23, 
Aberdour, Fife. 



1896- 1897. 



United College. 



First Year. 



Robert Barr M 'Vicar, 22, 
Coupar-Angus, Forfar. 

Harry Arnott, 26, Dunferm- 
line, Fife. 

David Lawson, 30, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

G. Houghton Thome, 17, 
London, London. 

Francis Hugh Stewart, 17, 
St Andrews. 

Ewen J. Taylor, 16, Cupar, 
Fife. 

John Dall, 15, Cupar, Fife. 

Ben. P. Watson, 16, Largo, 
Fife. 

John P. Grant, 17, Broughty 
Ferry, Forfarshire. 

William D. Barrie, 19, West 
Wemyss, Fife. 

A. Burnett, Edgecliflfe, Fife. 

Duncan M. Y. Sommerville, 
Perth, Perthshire. 

Daniel E. Cameron, 17, 
Stanley, Perthshire. 

Gwendolyn Lawrence-Hamil- 
ton, 16, Brighton, Sussex. 

Hugh Sharpe Roberts, 26, 
Denbigh, Deabighshire. 



J. M. Cunningham, 18, Cam- 
bridge, Cambridgeshire. 

James Gregor Laing, 20, 
Luncarty, Perthshire. 

Alexander Parker, Jr., 21, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Samuel Cameron M'Kim, 16, 
Marykirk, Kincardine. 

Thomas Scott, 17, Dollar, 
Clackmannan. 

Edward Joseph Thomas, 27, 
Tbornhill, Yorkshire. 

Alexander Marshall Stewart, 

17, Mains and Strath- 
martine, Forfar. 

Clara Mary Fleming Yelf, 
22, Moreton in Marsh, 
Gloucestershire. 

Alexander M*Nie Ferguson, 

18, Menstrie, Perth. 
Alice Fleming, 17, Broughty 

Ferry, Forfar. 

Winnie K. Ritchie, 20, New- 
port, Fife. 

Agnes E. Melville, 18, Moni- 
fieth, Forfarshire. 

John R. Simpson, 17, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1896 



Alexander Stephen, 17, Dun- 
fermline, Fifeshire. 

John Young, 15, Dunfermline, 
Fifeshire. 

Lizzie H. B. Macdonald, 16, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

A. Helen Ward, 29, Radford, 
Notts. 

Constance Mellor, 20, Hud- 
dersfield, Yorks. 

Thomas T. Buchanan, 18, 
Kirkcaldy, Fife. 

Lockhart I. Campbell, 16, 
Montrose, Forfarshire. 

Elizabeth Jamieson,2i, Nairn, 
Nairn. 

Gertrud von Petzold, 20, 
Thorn, Germany. 

Ellen G. Scott, 20, Saline, 
Fife. 

Katharine I. Smith, 16, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Isabel Gregson, 18, Hull, 
Yorkshire. 

John Grierson Wilson, 16, 
Victoria West, South 
Africa. 

William Notman Neill, 16, 
Forfar, Forfar. 

Leonard Crossley, 27, West- 
moreland. 

Duncan Conacher, 17, Logie- 
rait, Perthshire. 

Dorothea de Brissac Dob- 
son, 20, London, Middle- 
sex. 

Constance Marion Swan, 17, 
Constantinople. 



Elise J. P. Nimmo, 18, 
Springfield, Fife. 

Robert J. M'lntosh, 17, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Jean Corsar Anderson, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Robert C. Bridgett, 18, Dun- 
fermline, Fife. 

Nellie Findlay Bathie, 16, 
Arbroath, Forfarshire. 

Euphemia Murray Bennet, 
18, Arbroath, Forfar- 
shire. 

Thomas Patrick William 
Barty, 16, Dunblane, 
Perthshire. 

Alexander Lorimer Miller, 17, 
Berwick- on - Tweed, Ber- 
wickshire. 

William Hume, 16, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

James Cairns, 16, Crail, 
Fifeshire. 

Arthur Elliot Adams, 16, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfar- 
shire. 

Harry Leman Purdom, 16, 
Hawick, Roxburghshire. 

Ian Ross Matheson, 16, Heb- 
burn, Durham. 

David Wilkie, 16, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfarshire. 

Joseph Donald Parkin, 17, 
Sheffield, Yorkshire. 

Thomas Watson Young, 16, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Trevor Lloyd Evans, 18, 
Warwick, Warwickshire. 




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331 



William Thompson, 19, 

Kinglassie, Fife. 
Frank Clark Budge, 16, 

Edinburgh, Midlothian. 
Isabel Cunningham, 19, 

Campbeltown, Argyll- 
shire. 
George Everard Walmsley, 

22, Eccles, Lanes. 
Elizabeth Cruden, 17, St 

Andrews, Fifeshire. 
Ada H. Walker, 17, St 

Andrews, Fife. 



Emma Mabel Case, 45, 
London. 

Lord Haddo (George Hamil- 
ton-Gordon), 17, Methlick, 
Aberdeen. 

Joseph Holman, 22, Bath- 
gate, Linlithgow. 

David J. Small, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John Unsworth, 16, Golborne, 
Lancashire. 

W. R. Scott, 28, Dublin, 
Dublin. 



Second Year. 



James Donaldson, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

William Barbour, 18, Wigan, 
Lancashire. 

Nigel Stebbing, 17, London, 
London. 

Margaret Scott Dickson, 16, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

James Walter Montague 
Scott, 17, Cromarty, 
Ross-shire. 

Helen Johnson Pirie, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

James T. Munsie, 23, Manse, 
Slateford, Mid Lothian. 

John Whittle, 26, Middle 
Hulton, nr. Bolton, 
Lanes. 

James M. Watson, 16, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Andrew Robertson, 18, Kings- 
barns, Fife. 



James D. Lindsay, 18, Edin- 
burgh, Edinburgh. 

Sarah C. Logan, 18, Ar- 
broath, Forfarshire. 

James P. Scott, 18, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfar. 

Tom Gillespie, 17, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

David Gray, 18, Lochee, 
Forfar. 

William N. Thom, 18, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Elizabeth K. Mitchell, 18, 
Anstruther, Fife. 

James Simpson Stalker, 18, 
Canisbay, Caithness. 

Edwin Brook Jackson, 19, 
Brough, E. Yorkshire. 

David Williamson, 19, Green- 
law, Berwick. 

David MacGregor, 18, Dun- 
fermline, Fifeshire. 




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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1S96 



Mary C. Macdonald, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 
Eleanor Kate Vane, London, 

London. 
J. Martin Dower, 24, Port 

Elizabeth, Cape Colony. 
Ella Lundie, 20, Torrybum, 

Fife. 
Alice E. Craigie, 18, Montrose, 

Forfershire. 
John Bain Macdonald, 17, 

Baldovan, Forfarshire. 
Alexr. Lundie, 18, Torrybum, 

Fife. 
John Fleming Philip, 18, 

Glasgow, Lanark. 
Arthur Inglis, 21, Broughty 

Ferr}', Forfarshire. 
Daniel Johnston, 17, Dundee, 

Forfarshire. 
David Kenneth Watson, 18, 

Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 
Archibald John M*Kenzie, 

18, Tealing, Forfarshire. 
John Key, 19, Kirkcaldy, 

Fifeshire. 
William Scrimgeour, 17, 

Methven, Perthshire. 
Janet Hill, 21, Chicago, Ills., 

U. S. A. 
Henrietta W. Rusack, 18, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
Robert L. Craig, 21, Berwick- 

on-Tweed. 



John C. G. Ewan, 17, Fyvic, 
Aberdeen. 

Morris Kantrovitch, 15, 
Wilna. 

Alexander Logaji» 19, Broad- 
ford, Inverness. 

Agnes Birrell, St Andrews, 
Fifeshire. 

David Morrison, 29, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

John MacKenzie, 17, Aber- 
deen, Aberdeen. 

Charles Rudolph Stahel 
Farmer, 18, Harrow-on- 
Hill, Middlesex. 

William Wallace, 22, Dum- 
fries, Dumfries. 

Alexander F. Munro, 21, 
Alness, Ross. 

James C. Irvine, 22, Glas- 
gow, Lanark. 

Lawrence James Douglas 
Gibson, 17, Dysart, Fife. 

Wm. d'E. R. MacLeod, 19, 
Jedburgh, Roxburghshire. 

John Begg, 18, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Christina Auchterlonie, 18, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Margaret Macgregor, 26, 
Birmingham, Warwick- 
shire. 

H. P. Ponsonby, 20, Futti- 
ghur, India. 



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333 



Third Year. 



Christian Mary Brown, 18, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

James Rea Forgan, 19, Perth, 
Perthshire. 

William Braid Taylor, 19, 
St Andrews, Fifeshire. 

Margaret Rust, 18, Arbroath, 
Forfarshire. 

David Galloway Anderson, 
18, Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Adolf Opp^, 18, London. 

Robert Nelson, 18, Dumfries, 
Dumfriesshire. 

Charles Thompson Hill, 17, 
Chicago, 111., U. S. A. 

William Crawford, 19, Alloa, 
Clackmannanshire. 

Alexander P. Cunningham, 
Campbeltown, Argyll- 
shire. 

John Phillips Milne, 18, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Frank Y. Leggatt, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 



-^neas N. Craig, 29, New- 
castle-on-Tyne. 

James M. Smith, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Frank Findlay, 19, Markinch, 
Fife. 

Edward J. Balfour, 18, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Alfred W. W. Mackie, 19, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

Eliza P. Steele Hutton, 29, 
Liverpool, Lancashire. 

Robert Rose, 18, Blair 
AthoU, Perthshire. 

James Westwood, 19, Dun- 
fermline, Fife. 

Robert Campbell-Smith, 18, 
Edinburgh, Edinburgh. 

Thomas N. Fowke, 19, Wol- 
verhampton, Staffs. 

John Brown Murray, 17, 
Dairsie, Fife. 

David H. Bell, 19, Dundee, 
Forfar. 



Fourth Year. 

William Pitkeathly, 22, Samuel Nicolson, 21, Dur- 

Scone, Perth. ness, Sutherland. 

Margaret Murray, 22, St ! Alexander Miller, 19, Darwin, 

Andrews, Fife. Lancashire. 

' I 

Katherine C. Caird, 20, ; Harry Kinnes, 19, Dundee, 

Montrose, Forfarshire. ! Forfar. 

R. L. Blair, 18, Dunblane, Peter Walker, 19, St 

Perthshire. Andrews, Fife. 




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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS 



[1S96 



John A. F. Dean, 21, 

Rothes, Elgin. 
David Graham, 20, St 

Andrews, Fife. 
David S. Brown, ig, Lochee, 

Forfar. 
Archibald Campbell, 19, 

Wigan, Lancashire. 
Frank S. Findon, 21, War- ' 

wick, Warwickshire. I 



Lewis M'Glashan, ig. Thorn- 
hill, Dumfriesshire. 

Robert Kinmond, 19, Don- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

John G. Boyd, 23, Coleraine, 
Londonderry. 

Jessy Thomson Philip, 19, 
Dundee, Forfar. 

Arnold Hilary Meiklejohn, 
22, London, Middlesex. 



Fifth Year and upwards. 



Jno. Stewart, 19, Aberfeldy, 
Perthshire. 

George Yule, 21, Tayport, 
Fifeshire. 

Andw. Thorn, 21, Cupar, Fife. 

George B. Neave, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

David Munro, 18, Elstree, 
Herts. 

Sidney L. Clarke, 25, Derby, 
Derbyshire. 

John Sime, 22, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Norman C. Keith, 20, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Hugh Mackenzie, 35, Ross- 
keen, Ross-shire. 

Wm. F. Spiers, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John G. Laing, 20, Cameron, 
Fifeshire. 

David R. Kerr, 25, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

David H. M. Dawson, 20, 
Dundee, Forfar. 



James Robb, 30, Kirriemuir, 
Forfar. 

Margaret A. Hannan Wat- 
son, 23, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

James Fairweather, 22, St 

Andrews, Fife- 
Thomas P. Wylie, 19, Dun- 
dee, Forfarshire. 

Frank M. Milne, 20, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

John M. Dawson, 21, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

T. R. Canch, 25, St Andrews, 
Fife. 

Alexr. S. M. Imrie, 25, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Alice Hay Barclay, St 
Andrews, Fife. 

Margaret Lees, 21, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Mary Campbell Smith, 23, 
Dundee, Forfarshire. 

James Thomson, 20, Buck- 
haven, Fifeshire. 



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335 



Jessie N. Nelson, 23, Glas- 
gow, Lanark. 

John Cargill, 21, Anstruther, 
Fife. 



H. M. Kyle, 24, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

Thos. S. Cargill, 19, An- 
struther, Fife. 



Summer Session, 1897. 



Louis Edward Forster, 17, 
Burton- Wood, Lancashire. 

Christina Merry, 20, Dundee, 
Forfar. 

Robert Craig, 20, Ruther- 
glen, Lanark. 

Mary S. G. Burnet, 21, 
Edinburgh. 

John Stratton, 15, Glasgow, 
Lanark. 

Catherine D. Macintosh, 25, 
Aberfeldy, Perthshire. 

Helen B. Sibbald, 26, Glas- 
gow, Lanark. 



Jeanie Marshall Wilson, 29, 
Perth, Perth. 

Jessie Barclay Robertson, 24, 
St Leonards, Fife. 

Jessie Berwick Macgregor, 
16, Broughty Ferry, For- 
farshire. 

[Annie Gilchrist, Lon- 
don.] 

[Florence Forsythe, Glas- 
gow.] 

Qohn Wilson Moir Jamieson, 
St Andrews.] 

[Alice Sibbald, Glasgow.] 



St Mary's College. 



James M. Scott, 28, Col- 
lessie, Fife. 

John Boyd, 24, Kirriemuir, 
Forfar. 

Edwin J. Brechin, 22, Dun- 
dee, Forfar. 

Edward M. Johnstone, 22, 
Inverurie, Aberdeen. 

William A. Mackenzie, 21, 
Grantown-on-Spey, Moray- 
shire. 

Norman Macleod Caie, 22, 
Forfar, Forfarshire. 



Hugh Menzies, 27, Larbert, 
Stirlingshire. 

George M. Maclean, 24, 
Portree, Inverness. 

John G. Nicolson, 23, 
Durness, Sutherland. 

John Stirton,24, Perth, Perth. 

David L. Guild, 30, Dundee, 
Forfarshire. 

Henry C. Cargill, 22, An- 
struther, Fife. 

Robert Henry Mackay, 21, 
Brechin, Forfarshire. 



336 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [1896 

Harold T. J. Waring, 22, ' vagh, Londonderry, Ire- 
Warwick, Warwick- ; land, 
shire. John M. Menzies, 24, Cam- 

John M. Anderson, 27, St serney, Perth. 

Andrews, Fifeshire. | John Wallace, 27, Lanark, 

Ernest H. Duke, 23, St | Lanarkshire. 

Vigeans, Forfar. Norman MacLeod, 23, Dun- 

Sim Hirst, 40, Clayton, dee, Forfarshire. 

Yorkshire. | E. R. Jones, 20, Aberystwith, 

Samuel T. Linton, 22, Gar- Cardigan, S. Wales. 



. INDEX. 



Abbie 

Alexander Gillies (1890), 
284, 290, 299, 310. 

Abbott 

Francis (1865), 144. 
George M. (1859), 129. 

Abercrombie 

John (i77i)> 21. 

Adam 

Benjamin (1824), 71. 
James (1866), 149, 156, 

162, 168. 
John (1824), 71. 
Matthew (1824), 71. 
Peter (18 18), 62. 
William P. (1883), 235, 
243, 250, 258, 264. 

Adams 

Alexander Heron ( 1 8 1 8), 

62. 
Arthur Elliot (1896), 330. 

David (1794), 43- 
Kenneth M*Kenzie (1833), 

87. 

Adamson (Admson) 

Alexander (1829), 80. 
Archibald (1834), 88. 
Christianus (1753)1 6. 
David (1815), 59. 
Frederick (1890), 282. 
George (1787), 37. 



Adamson (Admson) 

Hunter Lindsay (i860), 

i3o» 133, 137- 
James (1748), 2. 

James (18 10), 54. 

James (1845), 104. 

James A. (1881), 223, 231. 

John (i7S3)» 6. 
John (1765), 16. 
John (18 1 9), 63. 
John (1822), 66. 
John Lindsay (1821), 65. 
John Lindsay (1852), 117. 
Laurence (1756), 9. 
Laurence (1780), 30. 
Laurence (181 7), 61. 
Robert (1791), 40. 
Robert (18 1 6), 60. 
Robert (1836), 91. 
Robert (1842), 100. 
Robert Hay (1886), 260, 

267. 
Thomas (1776), 26. 
Thomas (1780), 30. 
Thomas (1782), 32. 
Thomas (1873), ^^S- 
William (1857), 126. 

Addis 

Thomas (1830), 82. 

Addison 

Carnegie (18 16), 60. 
George (1829), 80. 



338 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Adie 

Alfred A. (1875), ^94» ^^^j 

205. 
Charles (1799)1 46. 
Charles (1829), 80. 
James (1838), 94. 
William (1809), 53. 

Affleck 

Robert (1887), 261, 271, 
278, 286. 

Agar 

Arthur K. (1894), 314. 

Aikman 

Alfred (1876), 199, 204. 
David (1881), 224. 
James Fortune (1875), ^95- 
Robert [Smith] (1859), 127, 

i3i» i33» 137, 141. 

Aitken (Aitkin) 

David (1847), 107. 
George (1832), 85. 
George (1850), 112. 
James (18 18), 62. 

James (1853)* ^^9- 
James (1861), 134. 
James (1866), 150, 156, 

162, 168, 174. 
John (1803), 49. 
John (1824), 70. 

John (i835)» 89. 
Robert (1825), 73. 
William (1826), 74. 
William, y««. (1847), 107. 
William, sen, (1847), 107. 
William (1852), 116. 
William Nicol (1827), 78. 

Alexander 

Alexander Crichton (1864), 

142, 146, 152, 158. 
Alexander Sharp (1878), 

209, 215, 221, 227. 
Andrew (1842), 99. 
George (1840), 97. 
George (1S92), 303> 3i3- 



Alexander 

Hugh [Morrice] (1840), 97. 

James (1759), 11. 

John (1837), 93. 

John (1837), 93. 

John (1878), 208, 214, 

220, 227. 
Patrick [Proctor] (1837), 

93- 
Thomas (1842), 100, 

William (1822), 67. 

William Lindsay (1825), 

73- 
William Maule (1834), 88. 

Alison (Allison) 

Charles (1779), 28. 
David Millar (1886), 254, 

263, 271, 280. 
Henry (1789), 38. 
James (1880), 218, 225, 

232, 239. 
John (1821), 65. 
John (1836), 91. 
Robert (1787), 36. 
William (18 10), 54. 

Allan (Allen) 

Archibald (1882), 229, 237, 

245, 251, 259, 266, 274. 
Charles (1747), i. 
James (1857), 125. 
James Baxter (1889), 276, 

284, 292, 301, 312. 
James W. (1820), 64. 
John (1802), 49.* 
John Allen (1876), 199. 
William (1838), 95. 
William (1857), 125. 
William (1858), 127, 132, 

i35» 138- 

Alston 

Charles (1831), 83. 
Dumfries (1831), 83 

Ambrose 

Andrew (18 13), 57. 



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339 



Anderson 

Adam (1797), 45- 
Alexander (1806), 51. 
Alexander (18 13), 57. 
Alexander (181 5), 59. 
Alexander (1820), 64. 
Alexander (1834), 88. 
Alexander (189 1 ), 295, 303. 
Alford William (1884), 242, 

248. 
Andrew (1795), 44- 
Andrew (1828), 78. 
Andrew (1835), ^9- 
Andrew (187 1), 176, 182, 

187, 197. 
Charles H. (1869), 165, 

172. 
David (1872), 181, 186. 
David Galloway (1894), 

314, 325* 333- 
Duncan (1848), 108. 

Eliza Matthew (1894), 315. 

Ernest Masson (1893), 

305- 
Francis (1870), 171, 178. 

Francis Molison (1885), 
247, 255, 263, 272. 

George (181 2), 56. 

George ( 1 831), 83. 

George (1836), 91. 

George (1851), 113. 

George Nicol (1846), 106. 

James (175O1 5- 

James (i795)» 44- 

James (1802), 48. 

James (1809), 53. 

James (1820), 64. 

James (1825), 72. 

James (1825), 73. 

James (1841), 99. 

James (1845), ^°4* 

James (185 1), 114. 

James (1853), 118. 

James (1861), 134, 137, 
140. 

James (1869), 166. 



Anderson 

James A. (1886), 260, 267, 

275, 282. 
James Corsar (1878), 207, 

214, 220, 227, 234, 240, 

246. 
James Godfrey (1891), 295, 

304, 313- 
James Lawson (1863), 138, 

142. 
Jean Corsar (1896), 330. 
John (1787), 37. 
John (18 1 2), 56. 
John (1834), 88. 
John (1837), 93. 
John (1855), 122. 
John (1893), 305. 
John Milne (1886), 255, 

261, 271, 279, 287, 293, 

3oo» 3io»320, 328, 336. 
Joseph W. T. (1869), 166. 
Mark Lowden (1850), 112. 
Mark Lowden (1881), 223, 

231. 
Mary C. (1893), 306. 
Patrick (1769), 19. 
Patrick (1838), 95. 
Patrick William (1882), 

230, 255. 
Peter (1827), 76. 
Peter Corsar (1888), 268, 

277, 286, 293, 302, 311, 

320, 328. 
Robert (1774), 24. 
Robert (1783), 33. 
Robert (1800), 47. 
Robert (1892), 298. 
Robert Edward (1859), 

127, 131, 133, 138. 
Robert Ferrie (1876), 199, 

204. 
Robert P. (1888), 268. 
Walter (1890), 283, 291, 

299, 310. 
William (1786), 36. 
William (1788), 38. 



340 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Anderson 

William (1810), 54. 
William (1839), 96. 
William (1885), 248, 255, 

264. 
William B. (1891), 295, 

322. 
William C (1872), 180, 

186, 191, 197. 
William D. (1885), 248, 

256, 264, 272. 

Andrew 

James M. (1873), i^^- 
Patrick Arthur (1884), 246. 

Angus 

John (i799)» 46. 

Annal 

David (1887), 261, 270, 
278, 286. 

Annandale 

James (1856), 124. 

Anstruther 

John (1764), 15- 
John (1766), 17. 
Philip (1766), 17. 
Ralph (1816), 60. 

Anthony 

Edgar Solly (1877), 203, 
209, 215, 221. 

Anton 

Peter (1867), 154, 161, 
167, 174, 180, 185, 
189. 

Arbuthnott 

Robert (1767), 17. 

Archer 

Alexander (1818), 62. 
Andrew (18 16), 60. 
James (1813), 57. 
James (1822), 66. 
Thomas (1823), 69. 



Archibald (Archbald) 

Andrew Manley (1866), 

149, 242. 
David Sydney Lyell (1882), 

230. 
John (179s), 44. 
Marion Elizabeth (1893), 

306. 
Robert (1825), 73. 
Thomas (1834), 88. 
William (1823), 68. 
WiUiam (1888), 269. 

Arklay 

George (1827), 77. 

Armit (Armet) 

Andrew (r88o), 218, 225, 
232, 239, 246, 253, 259. 
George (1799), 46. 
John (1782), 32. 

Armitage 

Edmund (1858), 126. 
Edward (1876), 198, 205. 
James A. (1876), 198. 

Armour 

Matthew (1842), 100. 
William (1889), 282. 

Armstrong 

James (181 8), 62. 

James Wright (1870), 171, 

176, 183, 188, 192, 197, 

207, 212, 217. 
Richard (18 15), 59. 
Robert (1804), 50. 
Robert (1864), 142, 146, 

152, i57» 164, 169, 185. 
Robert (1869), 165, 172, 

178, 192, 197. 
Thomas (1875), ^9^> 202, 

206. 
[Thomas] Henry (1876), 

199, 204, 221, 22S. 
William (1822), 67. 
William (1825), 73. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



341 



Arnot (Arnott) 

David (1776), 26. 
Hamilton (1832), 85. 
Henry (181 2), 56. 
Henry (1896), 329. 
Hugh (1787), 36. 
James (1804), 50. 

John (1750), 3- 
John (1832), 85. 
Robert (1759), 11. 
William (1788), 38. 

Arthur 

David (1851), 114. 
Richard (1880), 217. 
Richard (1880), 217, 225, 
231, 239. 

Asher 

James (1802), 48. 

Ashton 

Mark (1875), 194, 

Auchterlonie 

Christina Shairpe (1895), 

323» 332. 
James Wilson (1884), 242. 

Auld 

Robert (1829), 80. 

Auldjo 

John C. (1872), 181. 

Austin 

John Mein (1844), 103. 

Avery 

Stanley (1872), 181. 

Aymard 

William Augustus (1830), 
81. 

Badenach 

James (1768), 19. 

Baillie 

Alexander (1754), 7. 
Alexander (1804), 50. 
Charles (1823), 69. 



Baillie 

David (1824), 70. 
James Pringle (1824), 70. 
John (1828), 79. 
Robert (1754), 7- 

Bain (Bayne) 

Alexander (1763), 14. 
Charles (1877), 203, 209. 
David (1832), 85. 
Erskine (1833), ^^' 
George (1830), 81. 
James (1843), '^i* 
John (1771), 22. 
John (1781), 31. 
JohnT. (1853), 119. 
Michael (1827), 77. 
Peter Bowie (185 1), 115. 
Thomas (1863), 139, 142, 

i47» iS3> 158, 164, 170- 
William (1798), 46. 

William (1830), 82. 

William (1874), 190, 195, 

200, 206, 212, 216, 222, 

228. 

Baird 

David (1802), 48. 
David (1809), 53. 

James (1794), 43- 
John (1803), 49. 
William (1807), 52. 

Bairnsfather 

Hugh (1785), 35. 
Kenneth Charles (1874), 

190, 196. 
Peter Robert (1866), 150, 

156, 162. 
Thomas Henry (1874), 191, 

195- 

Balfour 

Edward James (1894), 314, 

325» 333- 
Francis (1759), 11. 
James (1857), 126. 
James F. (1868), 159. 



342 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Balfour 

John (1759), II. 
John Hutton (1824), 71. 
Nisbit (1756), 9. 
William (1823), 68. 

Balgaxnic 

Robert (1854), 120. 

Ball 

William (1804), 50. 

Ballantyne 

John (18 1 9), 63. 

BaUingall (BalHngal) 
Andrew (1783), 33. 
Andrew H. (1856), 124. 
David (1786), 36. 
David (1836), 91. 
George (1799), 46. 
George (1832), 85. 
James Bell (1889), 277, 

286, 293. 
John Heriot (1836), 92. 
Lachlan (1763), 14. 
Niel (1856), 124. 
Robert (1759), 1 1. 
Sandford (1837), 93. 
William (1827), 76. 
William (1856), 123, 128, 

• William (1884), 242, 250, 
257, 265. 

Balmain 

Alexander (1757), 10. 
David (1779), 29. 
John (1809), 53. 

Balsillie 

James (1866), 150, 156, 
162, 168. 

Bankier 

Samuel (1852), 116. 

Banks 

David Cooper (1873), '^Si 

191, 196, 201. 
Robert (1778), 27. 



Bannatyne 

Alexander M*K. (1842), 

100. 
James (1824), 71. 

Bannerman 

Alexander (1891), 296. 
James (1876), 199, 204, 

210, 216. 
James Patrick (1774), 24. 

Barbour 

John Robertson (1892), 

305- 
William (1895), 323» 33^- 

Barclay (Barcklay) 

Adam Norrie (1881), 224, 

230> 238, 246. 
Alice Gertrude Hay (1892), 

298, 308, 318,327,334. 
Davids. (1866), 150, 156. 
Edmund Hay (1874), 190, 

195, 201, 206, 211, 216. 
George (182 1), 65. 
George (1838), 94. 
George (1846), 106. 
George (1861), 134. 

John (i75o)» 4. 
John (1776), 26. 
John (1826), 75. 
John (1856), 123. 
Peter (1799), 4^. 
Robert (1843), loi. 
Robert (1885), 247, 256, 

263, 273, 280, 288, 294. 
Robert Stevenson (1892), 

297. 
Thomas (1763), 14. 
Thomas (1809), 53. 
Thomas (1870), 171. 
Walter Hay (1877), 203, 

214. 
William Hay (1877), 203, 

214. 

Barland 

Thomas (1829), 80. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



343 



Barlas 

George (1810), 54. 

Barnard 

James (1868), 159, 167, 

i73» 179. 184. 

Barnet (Barnett) 
John (1846), 106. 
John (1852), 116. 
Thomas (1824), 70. 
William (1822), 67. 

Ban 

Hugh (1826), 75. 
Hugh R. (1891), 296. 
John G. (1891), 296. 

Barrie 

James (1825), 72. 
William (1820), 64. 
William Dawson (1896), 

329- 
Barron 

Alexander (1806), 51. 
Douglas Gordon ( 1 8 7 1 ), 
176, 182, 187, 193, 198. 
John (1799), 46. 
Thomas (1794), 43. 
William (1760), 12. 

Barty (Bartie) 

Alexander Boyd (1888), 

268, 277, 285, 292, 300. 
James (1820), 64. 
James (1885), 248, 256, 

264. 
James Webster (1855), 122. 
Patrick (18 10), 54. 

Thomas (i775)» 25. 
Thomas (1814), 58. 
Thomas (185 1), 114. 
Thomas Patrick William 
(1896), 330. 

Bathie 

Francis (i787)» 37- 
Helen Findlay (1896), 330. 
Mary Ann (1892), 297, 

307» 3^- 



Baxter 

Alexander (1810), 54. 

David (1790X 39- 
Edward Armitstead (1865), 

144, 151- 
George C. (i860), 130, 

i33» 137, 140. 
George Washington (1869), 

165, 172. 
John (1822), 67. 
John Henry (1868), 159, 

167. 

Bayne. See Bain. 

Baynes 

Arthur Hamilton (1873), 

187, 192. 
Herbert M. (1872), 181. 

Beath 

Alexander (181 1), 55. 
Patrick (1781), 31. 

Beatson 

John (1761), 13. 
William F. (1817), 61. 

Beatt 

David (1854), 120. 

Beattie 

James (1852), 117. 
James (1890), 287. 
John (1786), 36. 
John (1793), 42. 
Thomas (181 1), 55. 
William (1829), 80. 
WUHam David (1868), 161, 

167, i73» 179- 

Beaumont 

Christopher (1867), 156, 
163, 168, 174, i79> 184. 

Beauvais 

Louis (18 1 2), 56. 

Beck 

George (1799X 46. 
James J. (1832), 86. 



344 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Beck 

John (1796), 44- 
John (1843), 1 01. 

Beesly 

Lewis (1892), 305, 312. 

Begg 

John (189s), 324, 332. 
Robert (1875), 194. 

BeU 

Andrew (1768), 19. 
Andrew (1770), 21. 
Andrew (1770), 21. 
Andrew (1807), 52. 
Archibald (1854), 120, 

130* 132, 135- 
Augustus Qifford (1846), 

105. 
Charles (1828), 79. 
Charles (1870), 170. 
Charles Beatson ( 1 85 1 ), 

1 14. 
David (1804), 50. 
David (1806), 51. 
David (1872), 181, 
David B. (1817), 61. 
David Herd (1894), 314, 

325* 333- 
E. Weston (1892), 304. 

Edward (1854), 120. 

Eliott M. (1864), 141. 

George (1802), 48. 

George (1894), 314, 325. 

George M. (i860), 130. 

Henry (1828), 79. 

James (1764), i5- 
James Murray (1853), 119. 
John (1813), 57. 
John (1816), 60. 
John (1817), 61. 
John (1826), 74. 
John (1845), 104. 
John (1863), 139, 142, 147, 
152, 159, 164, 170, 175. 
John B. (1821), 65. 
John Charles (1887), 262. 



Bell 

John W. (1868), 159. 
John W. (1890), 283, 290. 
Lindsay (i860), 132, 149. 
Oswald George (1892), 

297» 308, 318. 
Oswald Home (1850), iii, 

Patrick (18 19), 63. 
Robert (1822), 66. 
Robert (1849), ^'O- 
Robert (185 1), 113. 
Russell (1863), 138, 142, 

147. 
Thomas (1835), ^9« 
Thomas (1845), '°5* 
Thomas (1847), 107. 
Thomas (1859), 199, 132. 
Thomas (1865), 144. 
Thomas (1877), 203. 
William (1823), 68. 
William (1826), 74. 
William (1842), 100. 
William (i860), 132. 
William (1868), 161. 
William Dow (1879), 213, 

219, 226, 232, 239. 
William Malcolm (1849), 

no. 

Bennet 

Alexander ( 1 85 1 ), 114. 
Andrew (181 1), 55. 
David (1815), 59. 
Euphemia Murray (1896), 

330- 
George (i773)> 23. 
James (1752), 5- 
John (1752), 5. 
John (1771), 22. 
John (1827), 76. 

Bentick (Bentinck) 

Charles Donald (1885] 

252, 259, 266. 
John Henry (1890), 28^ 

291* 299, 309. 



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345 



erkeley 

George Monck (1781), 31. 

erry (Berrie) 

Alexander (1796), 44. 
Miller (1820), 64. 
Robert (1848), 109. 
William (1786), 36. 

ertram 

Alexander (18 18), 62. 
John(i8i3), 57. 
William (1770), 20. 

erwick 

James (1850), 112. 
John (1829), 80. 
John (1841), 98. 
Thomas (1888), 269, 278. 
William (1867), 154, 161, 

168, 174. 
William (1884), 242, 256, 

264, 273. 

ethune 

Andrew (1777), 26. 
Charles C. (1865), 145, 

George (1755), 7- 
John (1753), 6. 
William (1756), 9. 
William (1814), 58. 

ett 

David Gordon (1886), 253. 
William (1790), 39. 

everidge 

Colin (1754), 7- 

John (1806), 51. 

John (1821), 65. 

John James (1880), 218, 

225, 232, 239. 
John M. (1849), no. 
Robert (1886), 254, 262. 
Thomas (1824), 70. 

igsby 

John (1809), 53. 



' Binny 

Thomas [Hare] (1818), 62. 

Birch 

Joseph Wilson (1884), 241, 
249, 256, 265. 

Birkett 

Robert (187 1), 176. 

Birrell 

Agnes (1895), 323, 332. 
Alexander (1831), 83. 
Alexander (187 1), 176, 

182, 187, 192. 
George Johnstone (1864), 

142, i45> 151* ^57, 
169, 175, 180, 185, 

189. 

Hugh (1890), 283, 290, 

299, 3io» 319- 
James (1830), 81. 

James J. (1870), 171, 177, 

183, 188, 193, 198, 202. 
John (1804), 50. 
John (1852), ri6, 129, 

132* 135- 
John Adam (1861), 134, 

137, 140, 143, 149, 

154, 159, 164. 

John [Tumbull] (i 841), 98. 

Biscoe 

Thomas R. (1867), 155, 
161. 

Bishop 

Alexander (1770), 21. 
Frederick John (1878), 
207, 214, 221. 

Bisset (Bissett) 

Alexander (1750), 4. 
Alexander (1880), 218, 

225, 232, 239. 
John (1801), 48. 
John (183 1), 83. 
Robert (1771), 21. 
wmiam (1832), 85. 



346 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Black 

Alexander (187 1), 176, 

182. 
Archibald M. (1835), 90. 
Charles Jeffrey (1879), 213. 
Da\nd (1829), 80. 
Forbes (1828), 78. 
George (1840), 97. 
Henry (1825), 72. 
Irvine (18 18), 62. 
James (1818), 62. 
James (1856), 123. 
James (1893), 306, 316. 
James J. A. (1861), 134, 

136, 142, 147, 153- 
John (1801), 48. 
John Alexander (1866), 

149, 161. 
John Anderson (1869), 

165 172, 178, 184, 

189, 193, 198, 202. 
John Stewart (1885), 248. 
Robert (1823), 68. 
William (1833), 86. 
William (1880), 218, 225, 

232, 239, 246, 252, 259. 
William A. (1858), 126, 

128, 131, 133. 

Blackadder 

Agnes Forbes (1892), 303, 
312, 321. 

Blacklock 

Ebenezer (1834), 88. 
William J. (i860), 130. 

Blackwell 

Colin Alexander Robertson 

(1877), 203. 
Walter Frederick [Elliot] 

(1882), 229. 

Blackwood 

Andrew (1889), 282, 288, 

295» 304, 313* 322. 
James (1847), io7- 
Robert (1808), 53. 



Blair 

Charles (181 2), 56. 
David (1806), 51. 
David (1847), lo^- 
George ( 1 831), 83. 
George (1857), 125, 128, 

^31- 
George (1891), 290, 299, 

309* 318, 327. 
James (1829), 80. 
John (i860), 131. 
Law (1846), 106. 
Peter (1826), 74. 
Robert (1747), i. 
Robert Leighton Thomas 

(1893), 306, 316, 326, 

333- 
Simon (1748), 2. 

Thomas (1777), 27. 

Thomas (1789), 38. 

Thomas B. (1848), 109. 

William ( 1 831), 83. 

William (1846), 106. 

Blake 

Buchanan (1868), 160. 

Blaquiere 

John (1788), 37. 
Thomas (1788), 37. 

Blyth (Blythe) 

Alexander (1874), 191, 

' 196. 
David (1874), 191, 196. 
George (181 2), 56. 
George (1833), 86. 
George (1839), 96. 
Henry (1837), 93. 
Thomas (18 12), 56. 

Boase 

Henry S. (1870), 170, 177. 
William Norman (1891), 

295- 

Boath 

John Y. (1869), 165. 



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347 



Bode 

L. William (1876), 199. 

Bogie 

Robert (1756), 9. 
William (1851), 1 15. 

Bogle 

George (1824), 69. 

Boland 

Hem-y Francis (1892), 304, 
312. 

Bonella (Bonnallo) 
David (1837), 94. 
William (1781), 30. 

Bonnar 

James (1825), 72. 
James (1832), 85. 
Thomas W. (1863), 139. 
William (1858), 126, 128, 

Bonthron (Bonthorne) 
James (1846), 106. 
Robert (1868), 161. 
Thomas (1759), n. 
William (1859), 129, 135, 
138, 141, 144. 

Boothby 

George James Fitz Robert 
(1877), 203. 

Borthwick 

Albert William (1889), 276, 
285, 292, 301, 310,319. 

Alexander (1847), ^^8. 

Henry (1885), 247, 256, 
264. 

Borwick 

Robert (1840), 97. 

Boswall 

Alexander (18 1 7), 61. 

Boulton 

George (181 1), 55. 
Richard (1814), 58. 
Thomas (181 1), 55. 



Bousie 

Andrew (181 1), 55. 

Bowdler 

Thomas (1770), 20. 

Bower 

David (1777), 26. 
James (1848), 109. 
John (1822), 66. 
John (1823), 68. 
Patrick (1765), 16. 

Bowman 

John M. (1823), 69. 
John [S.] (1845), 104. 
William (1826), 74. 

Boyack 

Charles C. (1839), 96. 
William (1838), 94. 

Boyd 

Alexander (1809), 53. 
David (1851), 114. 
Donald (1851), 114. 
Dugald Cameron ( 1 8 5 1 ), 

114. 
James (1804), 50. 
James (1870), 170, 177, 

183, 188. 

John (1777)1 27. 

John (1853), 119, 129, 

132. 
John (1889), 276, 284, 

29^ 3oo> 31 1» 320, 

328, 335- 
John Gage (1893), 306, 

316, 326, 334. 
William (1855), 122, 126, 

132, i35> 138, 144. 
William Johnstone (1847), 

108. 

Boyle 

David (1786), 36. 

Brackenridge (Brakenridge) 
John (1826), 75. 
William Patrick (1894), 

315- 



348 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Braid 

David Birrell (1878), 208. 

John (1762), 14. 

John Charles (1880), 218, 

225, 232, 239. 
Norman (1804), 50. 
William (1765), 16. 

Bramley 

Edward (1S84), 242, 251, 
257. 265. 

Brand 

William E. (i860), 131. 

Brander 

Arthur J. (1878), 207. 

Braxton 

Carter (1781), 30. 
Corbin (1781), 30. 

Brechin (Brichan) 
David (1788), 38. 
Edwin James (1891), 289, 
299> 308, 318,327,335. 
James (1823), 68. 

Bremner 

Frederick Russell (1884), 

242, 249, 257, 265. 
Herbert John (1886), 254, 

263, 272, 280. 
Louis Rae (1889), 276, 

285, 292, 301. 

Brewster (Brouster) 
David (1848), 109. 
David (1882), 230, 237, 

244, 252, 259, 267, 

274, 281. 
George (1838), 94. 
Thomas [H. B.] (1835), 89. 
William (1809), 53. 

Bridgett 

Robert Currie (1896), 330. 

Briggs 

Allan (1779), 29. 
Allan (1841), 98. 



Briggs 

Allan (1877), 204, 210, 

221, 258. 
John Bennett (1890), 288, 
295i 3031 312, 321. 

Broadhead 

• Charles (1792), 41. 

Broatch 

George (1815), 59. 

Brock 

Edgar Nathaniel Loftus 

(1886), 253. 
Walter (1848), 108. 

Brodie 

Alexander (1759), 11. 
Alexander (1763), 14, 
Andrew (1824), 71. 
Archibald (1793), 42. 
James (1795), 44. 
James (1861), 134, 137, 

140, 143. 
James Campbell John 

(1865), 145, 151* 157. 
John (1760), 12. 
Joseph (1797), 45. 
Neil (1854), 121. 
Robert (1827), 77. 
Walter (1824), 70. 
William (1857), 125, 129, 

132. 
WiUiam P. (1870), 170. 

Brenner 

Alphonse ( 1 8 2 1 ), 66. 

Broom 

Andrew (182 1), 65. 

Broughton 

Edward (1849), no- 
Brown (Browne) 

Alexander (1885), 252, 

259, 266. 
Alexander Forrester (1839), 
96. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



349 



Brown (Browne) 

Alexander Malcolm (1870), 

170, 177, 183, 188,207, 

211, 217. 
Alexander Ogilvie (1853), 

119. 
Andrew (1823), 68. 
Andrew (1840), 97. 
Andrew (1848), 109. 
Andrew (1880), 218, 225, 

232, 239. 
Andrew (1886), 253, 263, 

272, 280, 288, 294, 302, 

Andrew Asher (1891), 289, 

303* 321. 
Archibald (1838), 94. 

Archibald Graham (1887), 

262, 270, 278. 
Charles (1884), 241, 249, 

257, 264. 
Charles (1885), 250, 255, 

264, 272, 280. 
Christian Mary (1894), 

3i5> 324, 333- 
Claudius (1837), 93. 

David (1761), 13. 

David (i775)» 24. 
David (1824), 71. 
David (1837), 93. 
David Small (1893), 3o^> 

317, 325» 334. 
George (1881), 224, 230. 

George (1884), 241, 249. 

George D. (1879), 212, 

219, 226, 233. 

Henry (1861), 134. 

James (1762), 14. 

James (1766), 17. 

James (1777), 27. 

James (1781), 30. 

James (1806), 51. 

James (1820), 64. 

James (1824), 71. 

James (1841), 98. 

James (1850), 112. 



Brown (Browne) 

James (1878), 208, 214, 

220, 227, 233,240, 252, 

259, 266. 
James (1890), 289. 
James John (1880), 221. 
James K. (1881), 223, 231. 
James [L.] (1847), 108. 
James Mungo (1853), 119. 
James Robert (1869), 165, 

172. 

John (i773)» 23. 

John (1779), 29. 

John (1846), 106. 

John (1849), no. 

John (1854), 120, 129, 

132, 135- 
John (1869), 165. 

John (1877), 203, 209, 

215, 221. 
John D. (1892), 303, 313. 
John George (1834), 88. 
John T, (1878), 208, 214, 

220. 
John Tod (1824), 71. 
Joseph (1798), 46. 
Joseph (1863), 138, 142, 

147, iS3» i59» 163, 180, 

184, 189, 193. 
Laurence C. (181 7), 61. 
Patrick (1793), 42. 
Peter (1881), 223, 231. 
Robert (1776), 25. 
Robert (1809), 53. 
Thomas (1790), 39. 
Thomas (1843), ^^i. 
Thomas Wemyss (1838), 

95- 
William (1802), 48. 

William (18 1 4), 58. 

William (18 1 7), 61. 

William (1869), 168, 173. 

William (1883), 235, 243, 

250* 257, 266, 274, 281. 
William Alexander (1850), 

112. 



350 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Brown (Browne) 

William Laurence ( 1 7 7 1 ), 

21. 
William Ramsay Murray 

(1891), 295, 297, 308, 

318, 327. 

Browning 

Archibald (187 1 ), 175. 
Henry (1880), 218. 
James (1836), 91. 
John (1836), 91. 
John Peddie (1886), 255. 
Peter Steele (1877), 204, 
214, 221. 

Brownlee 

Walter W. H. (1886), 260. 

Bruce 

Alexander Keiller (1859), 

129. 
Charles, Earl of Elgin 

(i75o)» 4. 
Charles (1783), 32. 

David (1833), 86. 

David Herd (1865), 145, 

i5i> 157, 163. 
George (1768), 19. 
George (18 17), 61. 
Henry (1823), 68. 

James (i75 0» 5- 

James (1777), 26. 

John (18 10), 54. 

John (1891), 295. 

John Herd (1878), 208. 

Robert (1886), 254. 

Thomas, Earl of Elgin 

(1782), 31. 
Thomas (18 16), 60. 
William (18 14), 58. 
William, y««. (1825), 72. 
William, sen, (1825), 72. 
William (1862), 136, 140, 

143, 148, 169. 
William Keiller (1863), 

139. 



Brugh 

James (1777), 26. 

Brunton 

Archibald (1830), 82. 
Henry (182 1), 65. 

Brush 

Samuel C. (1886), 253. 

Bryce 

Daniel (1750), 4. 
Patrick (1750), 4. 

Brydone 

Patrick (1750). 3- 

Bryson 

Robert (i860), 132. 

Buchan 

Henry Ritchie (1873), 185, 

191, 196, 201, 206, 212, 

217, 222, 228. 
James (187 1), 178, 183, 

188. 
Patrick (1824), 70. 
Robert (1758), 11. 
Robert T. (1868), 160. 

Buchanan 

Archibald (1762), 13. 
David P. (1836), 91. 
Duncan (182 1), 65. 
George G. (1848), 109. 

James (1750X 4- 

James (1871), 176, 182, 

188, 192. 
John (1846), 106. 
Robert (1793), 42. 
Thomas Thomson (1896), 

330- 
Buddo 

David (1814), 58. 

John (1763), 14. 
Thomas (1829), 80. 

Budge 

Frank Clark (1896), 331. 
John (1868), 160, 167, 
172. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



351 



Buick (Buik) 

David Fenton (i860), 130, 

^33, 137, 140, 144, 149- 
James (1766), 17. 

John (1837), 93. 

Buist 

David W. (1828), 78. 
George (1794), 43. 
George (1817), 61. 
George (1820), 64. 
George (1848), 108. 
George (1848), no. 
Henry, jun. (1834), 88. 
Henry, sen. (1834), 88. 
James (18 10), 54. 
John (1781), 31. 
Robert Cochrane (1876), 

198, 205, 210, 216. 
Robert Nicoll (1893), 308, 

316, 325. 
William (1832), 85. 
William [Eraser] (185 1), 

114. 

Bullians 

Alexander (18 19), 63. 

Buntine 

Robert Morris MacEwan 
(1894), 314. 

Burden (Burden) 

Alexander (1829), 79. 
Charles Scott (1893), 311, 

319- 
Duncan Macnab (1894), 

321. 

James (1826), 74. 

Burgess 

Edward Ridsdale (1873), 
186. 



Burn 



David (i775)» 25. 

David Boyce (1863), 139, 

142. 
Frank Russell (1873), ^S^* 



Burn 

James (1781), 30. 
James Adam (1819), 63. 

John (1759), II. 
Robert (1805), 51. 
Robert (1859), 127. 
Ronald (1873), 186. 

Burnett (Burnet) 

Arthur (1778), 27. 
Arthur (181 1), 55. 
Arthur (1896), 329. 
David (1761), 13. 
James Bruce (1827), 76. 
James H. (18 16), 60. 
James W. (1804), 50. 
Jessie (1892), 297. 

John (1778), 27. 
John (1806), 51. 
Mary Strathearn Gordon 
(1892), 297, 307, 317, 

327, 335- 
Robert (1770), 21, 

Robert Carr (1869), 165, 
172, 178, 184, 189, 
193, 198. 

William Hodgson (1892), 
296. 

Burnie 

William (1852), 116. 

Burns (Burnes) 

Adam (1848), 109. 
Andrew (1788), 38. 
Andrew (1883), 240, 246, 

252. 
George Stewart (1845), 104. 
James Orr (1845), 104. 
John (1802), 49. 
John (1829), 80, 
Stewart (1870), 170, 177, 

183, 188, 207. 
Thomas (1825), 73. 
William (1862), 136, 139, 

143. 
William (1888), 268, 277, 

285, 292. 



352 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Burnside 

Alexander Isdale ( 1 8 7 1 ), 
175, 182, 187, 192. 

Burroughs 

Ayliffe St John (1895), 3^8. 

Burt 

Walter (1832), 85. 
Walter (1868), 159, 171, 
177, 183, 192. 

Burton 

Robert (1785), 35. 

St George Richard (1891), 

290. 
Thomas (1883), 236. 

Butchart 

James (i860), 130, 133, 
137, 140, 143, 149, 

i53» 158. 
James S. (1866), 149, 156, 

162, 168. 
John (1810), 54. 
Stewart Fairweather (1885), 

248, 255, 263, 272, 280. 

Butler 

Francis P. (1869), 166, 171. 

Butter (Buttar) 

Alexander (1850), 112. 
Archibald (1783), 32. 
Donald (18 13), 57. 
James (1807), 52. 
James B. (1870), 170, 177, 

183, 188, 193, 202, 207, 

21 1. 
James F. (1870), 170, 177, 

183, 188. 

John (1799X 46. 
John (1823), 68. 
Laurence (1781), 31. 
Patrick (181 1), 55. 
Thomas (18 10), 54. 
Thomas (1825), 73. 

Byl 

Michael S. Van der (1850), 
112. 



B3n:es 

James (1832), 85. 

Byrne 

Laurence J. (1891), 295, 

304. 

Cadger 

Alexander (1753), 6. 

Cadogan 

Edward (1804), 50. 

Caesar 

James (1839), 96. 

John (1880), 217, 225, 

232, 239, 246, 252, 

260, 266. 
William (1840), 97. 

Caie 

Norman Macleod (1891), 
29 ^ 299, 309, 319, 
328, 335- 
Caine 

Nathaniel (1889), 276, 285. 
William (1889), 276, 285, 
292. 
Caird 

Andrew (1892), 305, 312. 
Edward (1856), 124. 
George (1887), 267. 
James A. H. (1864), 142. 
Katherine Christie (1893), 
306, 316, 325, 333. 

Cairns 

Adam (1782), 31. 
Adam (1814), 58. 
James (18 19), 63. 
James (1896), 330. 
John (1815), 59. 
John P. (1815), 59. 

Calder 

John (1853), 118. 
Peter (1854), 120. 
William (1857), 125. 
William [Forrester] (1862), 
136. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



353 



Caldwell 

Francis Brown (1844), 103. 

Caiman 

William Thomas (1892), 

303* 313* 321- 

Calvert 

James (1792), 41. 
John R. (1817), 61. 

Cameron (Camron) 

Alexander (1824), 69. 
Angus (1815), 59. 
Archibald C. (1850), 113. 
Archibald Fawns (1889), 

278, 285, 293. 
Daniel Ewing (1896), 329. 
David (1869), 165, 172, 

178, 184, 189, 193, 

198, 202. 
Donald Kercher (1880), 

318, 224. 
Duncan (1886), 254, 262, 

271, 279. 
Ewan (1862), 135, 139. 
Hector C. (1858), 126, 

128, 131, 134. 
James (181 5), 59. 
James (1824), 69. 
James (1869), 165. 
James (1884), 241, 249, 

257. 
John (1757), 10. 
John (181 2), 56. 
John (1823), 68. 
John (1853), 118. 
John (1870), 173. 
John Fawns (187 1), 177, 

182, 187, 192, 197, 

202, 207, 211, 217. 
John Hyndman (1824), 69. 
John Julian (1886), 254, 

262, 271, 279. 
John K. (1869), 165, 172, 

178, 184, 197, 202, 

207, 212. 



Cameron (Camron) 
Lewis (1858), 126. 
Peter (1845), 105. 
Robert (1887), 262, 270. 
Samuel (1783), 33. 
Thomas Alexander (1858), 
126, 128, 131, 134, 138, 

i43» M9, 154, i59> 164, 

170. 
Thomas Bruce Gardyne 

(1889), 276, 303. 
William (18 1 3), 57. 
William (1842), 100. 
William (1885), 247, 255, 

263, 273. 

Campbell (Campbel) 
Alexander (1755), 8. 
Alexander (1793), 42- 
Alexander (1803), 49. 
Alexander (18 19), 63. 
Alexander (1826), 74. 
Alexander (1846), 105. 
Alexander (1847), 107. 
Alexander D. (1852), 117. 
Archer (182 1), 65. 
Archibald (1781), 30. 
Archibald, Lord (1862), 

136. 
Archibald (1893), 305, 

316, 326, 334. 
Blenheim Ava (1869), 169, 

175, 180. 
Charles (1771), 21. 
Charles (1848), 108. 
Charles Russell (1892), 

301. 
Colin (1787), 36. 
Colin (1868), 160. 
Colin, Z^«/(i869), 166. 
David (1761), 13. 
David (1846), 105. 
David (1852), 117, 129. 
Donald (1780), 30. 
Donald (1833), 86. 
Duncan (1784), 34. 



354 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Campbell (Campbel) 
Duncan (1818), 62. 
Duncan (1836), 92. 
Duncan (1862), 135, 139, 

143, 148, 153. 
Gavin, Lord GUnorchy 

(1867), 155, 161. 
George (1761), 13. 
George (1791), 40. 
George (1830), 81. 
George (1837), 93. 
Hugh (1862), 135, 139, 

i43> 147. 
Isabel Keith (1895), 324. 

James (1755), 8. 
James (1843), ^^^* 
James D. L. (1823), 69. 
James M. (1891), 296. 
John (1754), 7. 
John (1757), 10. 
John (1764), 15. 
John (1767), 18. 
John (1780), 30. 
John (1783), 33. 
John (1785), 35. 
John (1788), 37. 

John (1790). 39- 

John (1812), 56. 

John (18 1 6), 60, 

John (1818), 62. 

John (1818), 62. 

John (182 1), 66. 

John (1823), 69. 

John (1824), 69. 

John (1832), 85. 

John (1834), 88. 

John (1845), 105- 

John (1887), 261, 270, 

278, 287. 
John Douglas Sutherland, 

Marquess of Lome 

(1862), 136. 
Lockhart Innes (1896), 

M. (i779)» 28. 
Malcolm (1775), 25. 



Campbell (Campbel) 
Mungo (1835), 89. 
Neil (1851), 115. 
Neil (1867), 154, 160, 166, 

173, 179. 185, 189,193. 
Niel(i775), 25. 
Ord Graham (1831), 83. 
Patrick (1823), 68. 
Peter (1841), 99. 
Robert (1789), 38. 
Robert (1811), 55. 
Robert (1826), 74. 
Robert (1841), 99. 
Robert Stuart (1830), 82. 
Thomas (1776), 26. 
Walter, Lord (1864), 142, 

146. 
Walter (1878), 207. 
William (1763), 14. 

William (i77S)i 25. 
William (1797), 45. 

William (1813), 57. 
William (1815), 59. 
William (1863), 139. 
William (1881), 225. 
William Ballantine (1882), 
234, 240, 246. 

Canch (Cansh) 

Maxwell Robert (1885), 

248, 256, 272, 300. 
Thomas Richard ( 1 889), 

276, 285, 292, 301,310, 

3i9» 327, 334. 

Candlish 

William (1886), 260, 274, 
281. 

Cannan 

Francis (1822), 66. 
James (1825), 73. 
John (1828), 78. 
Peter (1828), 79. 

Canning 

John Alexander (i88o), 
217. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



355 



Cant 

Alan (1886), 253, 262, 

271, 279, 287, 294, 

302. 
Andrew (1843), lo^* 
George (1784), 34. 
James (1781), 30. 
William (1854), 120. 

Cantor 

Bertie Charles Moxon 
(1892), 297, 307, 317. 

Cape 

Archibald Buchanan (1877), 
203, 209, 215, 221, 227. 

Cappelen 

Diderik (1882), 230. 

Cargill 

Henry Chalmers (1890), 
283, 291, 299, 310, 

319, 328, 335. 
James (1769), 20. 
James R. (1893), 3^2, 322. 
John (189 1), 290, 299, 

308, 318, 327, 335. 
Thomas Sherritt (1892), 

298, 307» 317, 3271 

335- 
William Drummond (1885), 

253, 260, 267, 275. 

Carmichael (Carmichaell) 
Alexander (1826), 74. 
Alexander (1858), 126, 

128, 131, 134, 138, 

141, 144, 148. 
Charles Adolphus Murray 

(1878), 207, 215, 22^. 
George Gibson (1877), 203. 
Henry (1813), 57. 
James (1756), 9- 
John (1784), 34. 
John (1788), 37. 
Thomas (1879), 213, 220, 

226, 233, 239. 



Carmichael (Carmichaell) 
Thomas (1884), 241, 249, 
257, 264, 274, 281, 
288, 294. 
William Baker (1869), 165, 
191, 196. 

Carnegie (Carnegy) 

Alexander (1807), 52. 
Charles Noel, Lord (iSyi), 

176. 
Claud Cathcart (1866), 

149, 156. 
David [Sir] (1769), 19. 
Fox Maule (1815), 59. 
George (1840), 97. 
James Fullarton (1776), a 6. 
John (1785), 35. 
Patrick (1807), 52. 
William Lindsay (1841), 

99. 
Carnie 

Arthur (1866), 150, 
Farquhar (1857), 126. 
James (18 15), 59. 
Thomas (1787), 37. 

Carr 

George B. (1864), 14a. 

Camithers 

David (1844), 103. 
John (18 1 3), 57. 
John (183 1), 84. 

Carstairs 

Alexander (1852), n6. 
Andrew (1793), 42. 
James (1784), 34- 
James [G.] (1845), 104. 
John (1771), 22. 
Thomas (1820), 64. 
Thomas (1827), 77. 
Thomas (1829), 80. 
William (1791), 40. 
William (1875), '94> 200, 

205, 211. 
William [Dickson] (182 1), 

65. 



356 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Carswell 

Archibald (1881), 223, 

231, 238, 245. 
DaWd (1828), 78. 
David (1861), 134. 
Ebenezer Anderson (1866), 

150, 162. 

Carver 

Robert (1802), 49. 

Case 

Emma Mabel (1896), 331. 

Caseby 

John (1884), 241, 249. 

Cassel 

John (1804), 50. 

Cathcart 

James T. (1875), 196. 
John (1823), 68. 

Cation 

Walter (18 14), 58. 

Caw 

David (1824), 71. 
James (18 12), 56. 
James, jun. (181 2), 56. 
John Young (1828), 79. 

Cay 

Joseph (1805), 51. 

Chadd 

Charles (1795), 43. 

Chalmers 

Charles (1805), 50. 
Charles (1836), 91. 
Henry Reid (1887), 266, 

273, 281. 
John (1768), 19. 
John (1825), 72. 
John (1848), 109. 
John Black (1891), 295, 

29^y 309* 318, 327. 
John Ferguson (1880), 218. 
Patrick (1790), 39. 
Thomas (1791), 40. 



1757), 9. 
1770), 21. 

1780), 30. 

>790> 40. 
>794), 43- 
1798), 46. 

1818), 62. 



Chalmers 
William ( 
William ( 
WiUiam ( 
William ( 
William ( 
William ( 
William ( 

Chambers 

Alexander {(1888), 269, 

284, 292. 
Katherine (1892), 296, 

307. 317* 326. 

Chancellor 

Hume F. (1873), 186. 

Chaplin 

George (1786), 36. 

Chapman 

Andrew (1864), 141, 146, 

152, 158. 
George (1825), 72. 

Thomas Henderson (1877), 
202, 209, 215, 221. 

Charlton 

John (1854), 120. 

Charteris 

Francis (1762), 13. 
James (1824), 70. 

Cheap 

James (1752), 5. 

Chiene 

George T. (1862), 136. 

Chisholm 

David^(i772), 22. 
John (1847), 107. 

Christie 

Alexander (1817)," 61. 
Alexander J. (1862), 136, 

140, i43> 148. 
Alexander Mackenzie 
(1877), 203, 209, 215, 
221, 227. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



357 



Christie 

Anthony (1825), 72. 
Cathcart (181 1), 55. 
Charles (1877), 202, 209, 

215, 221. 
David (1809), 53. 
David (1881), 223, 230, 

238, 245, 251. 
Francis (1834), 88. 
George (1826), 75. 
George (1887), 261, 270, 

278, 287, 294, 302, 311. 
James (1761), 13. 
James (1770), 21. 
James (1853), 119. 
James (i860), 132. 
James Mitchell (1881), 

223, 231, 238, 245, 

296. 
John (1852), 117. 
Mary Jane (1892), 297, 

307, 317- 
Robert (1826), 74. 

Robert (1841), 99. 

Chrystal 

James (1827), 78. 

James Robert (1854), 120. 

Clark (Clarke) 

Andrew (1871), 176, 181, 

187, 192. 
David (1826), 74. 
Donald R. (1837), 93. 
Frank H. (1892), 304. 
James (1825), 72. 
John (1809), 53. 
John (183 1), 83. 
John (1875), 196, 201, 206. 
John Adamson( 1890), 282. 
Johp L. (1881), 224, 231, 

238, 295, 304, 326. 
John Sinclair (1883), 236, 

243, 251, 258, 281, 287. 

Peter (1833), 87. 

Sidney Lampard (1892), 

297, 307. 317* 327.334. 



Clark (Clarke) 

Thomas (18 13), 57. 
Thomas (1823), 68. 
Thomas (1829), 80. 
Thomas G. (1867), 155. 
William (18 15), 59. 
William (1850), in. 
William B. (1887), 261, 
270. 

Clarkson 

John (1788), 38. 

Cleghorn 

Allan (1836), 91. 

Hugh [Francis Clarke] 

(1833), 86. 
Peter (1798), 46. 

Cleland 

Alexander (1881), 223, 

230, 238, 245, 252, 

259, 266. 
James (1823), 68, 
John Skeoch (1863), 138. 

Clephan (Clephane) 
Henry (1789), 38. 
James (i753)» 6. 

Clinkskill 

James (1868), 161. 

Clough 

Frederick Butler (1893), 

310- 

Clouston 

Isabel Osla (1893), 3^7* 
Margaret Emma (1893), 

307- 

Clow 

James (1804), 50. 

Clugston 

George (1842), 100. 

Clunie 

Henry (18 18), 62. 
Thomas (1809), 53. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Cobb 

William (1819), 63. 

Cochrane 

Charles WUliam (1893), 

James (18 10), 54. 

John (1887), 266, 274, 281. 

Peter (1827), 76. 

Cockburn 

Alexander (1821), 65. 
Henry (1818), 62. 

Cockell 

William Forbes (1868), 
160. 

Cockrell 

James (1828), 78. 

Coke 

William (1808), 53. 

Coldstream 

Alexander (1780), 29. 

Collier 

James (1861), 134, 136, 

140, 143, 164, 169, 175, 

180. 
James (1863), 139, 142, 

i47» 153- 
Thomas (1827), 77. 

Thomas (1865), 145. 

William (1865), 144. 

Collinge 

Walter Edward (1891), 292. 

Colquhoun 

Alexander E. (1857), 125. 
Archibald (18 15), 59. 

Coltart 

Robert (1831), 84. 

Colville 

Augustus Henry (1863), 

139- 
James (1863), 139. 

William (1862), 136, 140. 



Colvin 

Bazett (1818), 62. 
John (1818), 62. 

Comrie 

Peter (1804), 50. 

Peter (1888), 270, 278, 

286, 294, 301. 
William (1825), 72. 

Comtesse 

David L. (187 1), 176. 

Conacher 

David (1844), 102. 
Duncan (1896), 330. 

Condie 

James (i8ii), 55. 

Connel (Connell) 

Archibald Browning (185 7), 

125, 129, 132, 137. 
David (1824), 70. 
James (1826), 74. 
James Dall (i860), 130. 
John(i859), 127, 131, 133, 

137- 

Connor 

James Wallace (1844), 103. 

Conolly 

Daniel (1846), 106. 
Matthew Forster (1835), ^9* 

Constable 

Archibald David (18 60), 

131- 
George W. (1869), 165. 

James George (1889), 275, 

Marshall Patullo (1S91), 

29i» 3oo» 3io> 31S. 
Robert R. (1879), 212. 

Thomas (1768), 19. 

Thomas (1864), 142, 147. 

William (1773), 23. 

William (1828), 79. 

Conway 

John (1882), 232, 239. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



339 



Cook 

Alexander (1835), ^9* 
Alexander Shank (1824), 

69. 
David (1838), 94. 
George (1785), 35. 
George (1820), 64. 
George (1826), 74. 
Henry (1862), 135, 139, 

143. M7- 
Henry David (1804), 50. 

Henry David (1828), 78. 

Henry [David] (1854), 120. 

Henry [Shank] (1865), 144, 

i5i» i57i 163. 
James (1764), 15. 

James (1796), 44- 
James (i860), 130. 

John (1754), 7. 

John (1783), 33. 

John (18 18), 62. 

John (18 19), 63. 

John (1852), 117. 

John (1864), 142. 

John (1872), 180, 186, 

192, 197. 
Joseph (i 791), 40. 
Robert Steele (1851), 114. 
Walter (1789), 38. 
Walter (1828), 78. 
William Home (1869), 165, 

171. 

Cookes 

George (1784), 34- 

Cooper 

Alexander H. (1868), 160, 

167. 
Henry (1868), 161. 
James (1890), 284. 
William Samuel (1862), 

135. 1391 143- 
Copland 

John Johnstone (1855), 

122. 
Matthew [J.] (185s), 123. 



Corkindale 

William Alexander (1838), 

95- 

Cormack 

William (1879), 213, 219, 
226, 234, 239. 

Comfoot 

Allan (1766), 17. 

Con- 
James B. (1892), 304. 

Corstorphine 

John (i845),ios. 
Robert Henry (1891), 290, 
299> 307, 318, 327. 

Cosens 

John (1804), 50. 
Peter (1796), 44. 

Coubrough 

Henry (1863), 139. 

CouU 

David (1869), 1 66, 172, 
178, 184, 189, 193, 
198, 2oa. 

Couper (Coupar) 
David (1798), 46. 
David (1823), 68. 
James (1797), 45- 
John (1788), 38. 
Robert (1883), 235, 241, 

249, 256, 265, 273, 280, 

287. 
Thomas (1770), 21. 
William (1850), 112. 

Court 

Robert (1804), 50. 

Couston 

Thomas (1787), 37. 

Coutts 

James Robert (1795), 44- 
John (1852), 117. 
Robert (1786), 36. 



36o 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Coventry 

David (1752), 6. 
Robert (1810), 54. 

Cowan 

Alexander M. (1886), 253. 
Charles (1808), 52. 
John James (1865), 145. 
Robert W. (1878), 207. 
William (1810), 54. 
William (1842), 100. 

Cowie 

Alexander R. (1849), '^o, 
William (1880), 222. 

Cox 

Henry (1803), 49. 
James (1893), 3^6. 
John (1837), 93. 
Ralph D. (1893), 306. 
Robert (1861), 134, 137, 

140, 143. 
William (1873), 186. 
William [L.] (1870), 171. 

Crabb 

James (1847), 107. 
Stewart (1888), 268, 277, 
285, 292. 

Cracknell 

Maud (1893), 306, 328. 

Craig 

Eneas Nelson (1894), 314, 

325» 333- 
James (1843), ^oi. 

James (185 1), 115. 

John (1822), 67. 

John William (1887), 261, 

271. 
Kenneth M. (1880), 217, 

225, 232, 239, 246, 252, 

259, 266. 
Peter (18 1 3), 57. 
Robert (1844), 103. 
Robert (1850), 112. 
Robert (1863), 139. 



Craig 

Robert (1893), 306, 316, 

325* 335- 
Robert James (1854), 121. 

Robert Logan (1895), 324> 

332. 
William (1826), 75. 
William Low (187 1), 176, 

182, 187, 192. 

Craigdallie 

Thomas (1770), 21. 

Craigie 

Alice Elizabeth (1895), 

323» 332. 
John (1751), 4. 

John (1762), 13. 

Laurence (1767), 17. 

Laurence (1794), 43. 

William Alexander (1883), 

235, 242, 249, 256, 265. 

Craik 

Alexander (1786), 36. 
George Lillie (18 12), 56. 
Henry (1820), 64. 
James (1783), 33. 
James (18 16), 60. 
James G. (1894), 322. 
William (1780), 30. 

Cram 

John (1874), 190, 19s, 
201, 206. 

Crambie 

James (1748), 2. 

Craner 

Edward (1894), 322. 

Crawford (Crawfurd) 
Alexander (181 7), 61. 
Andrew (181 1), 55. 
George (1815), 59. 
John (181 1), 55. 
John (1822), 67. 
Robert (1779), 29. 
Robert (1815), 59. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



361 



Crawford (Crawfurd) 
Robert (1832), 85. 
Thomas Jackson (1829), 

80. 
William (1756), 9. 
William (1827), 77. 
William (1894), 315, 325, 

333- 

Crerar 

Alexander (1861), 135, 

138, 141. 
John (1824), 70. 

Cribb 

Cecil H. (1885), 248. 

Cribbes 

Henry (i860), 130, 134, 
James (1884), 242. 

Crichton (Crighton, Creigh- 
ton) 

Alexander (1856), 123, 129. 
David (1826), 75. 
Francis (1859), 127. 
George (1864), 142, 146, 

152, 158. 
James (1768), 18. 

James (1833), ^6. 

James (185 1), 114. 

James Alexander (1856), 

123, 129, 132, 135, 138, 

141. 
John (1784), 34. 
Peter (1827), 76. 
Thomas (1820), 64. 
Thomas (1883), 235, 243, 

250, 258. 
William (1759), 11. 
William (1783), 33. 
William (1806), 51. 

Critchley 

Francis John Wylie (1869), 

166, 172, 179. 
John William (1887), 263, 
271, 280, 



Croll 

George Ritchie (i 882), 230, 
236, 244, 251, 258. 

Crombie 

Alexander (1861), 135. 
Frederick (1842), 100. 
George Dunn (1845), 104. 
James (1837), 93. 
James Myles (1871), 175, 

181, 187, 192, 198, 202, 

206, 212. 
John (1805), 51. 
William (1750), 4. 
William (1790), 39. 

Crookenden 

Thomas (1779), 28. 

Croom 

David (1825), 72. 

Croon 

James (1760), 12. 

Cross 

Edward (1833), 86. 
James (1831), 83. 
John (1833), 86. 
William (1836), 91. 

Crossley 

Leonard (1896), 330. 

Crow 

James (1779), 29. 
Peter (1793), 42. 

Crowley 

Peter Brown (1876), 199, 
204, 210, 216. 

Cruden 

Elizabeth (1896), 331. 

Cruickshank 

Charles Carmichael (1885), 

247, 254, 263, 272. 
David B. (1859), 127, 131, 

134. 
Frederick (1848), 108. 



362 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Cruickshank 

George W. S. (185 1), 113. 
James (18 19), 63. 
John (1832), 85. 

Culross 

James (1842), 100. 

Cumberland 

Alexander (1764), 15, 

Cumine 

George (1777), 26. 

Gumming 

Alexander (1764), 15. 
Peter (18 1 3), 57. 
William J. L. (1889), 282, 
288, 296. 

Cunningham (Cuninghame, 
Cunninghame, Cunnyng- 
hame) 
. Alexander Patrick (1894), 

315* 325» 333. 
Arthur William ( 1 890), 283. 

George (1868), 160, 167. 
Hugh Robert (1835), 89. 
Isabel (1896), 331. 
James (1763), 14. 
James (1865), 144, 151, 

157, 163. 
James Michael (1895), 3^8, 

329- 
John (1763), 14. 
John Richard (1892), 297, 

308, 318. 
Robert Tennent (1869), 

165, 172, 178, 184, 189. 
Robert Wiseman (1853), 

119. 
Thomas (1781), 31. 
William (1774), 24. 
William ( 1 831), 84. 
William (1850), 113. 
William (1865), 144. 

Gunnison 

John (1797), 45- 



Cupples 

George (1801), 48. 
John (1786), 36. 

Curie 

James Herbert (1887), 262, 
270. 

Gun- 
Robert (1890), 284. 
Thomas Scott (1844), 103. 

Currie 

William Glen (18 14), 58. 

Curwen 

Robert Ewing (1859), 129. 

Cuthbert 

James (1837), 93. 
John B. (1893), 3"- 

Cuthbertson 

James (1890), 282. 

Dalgety 

Andrew (1887), 261, 
James (1885), 248, 254, 
262, 271, 279, 294,302, 

311- 

Dalgleish 

Archibald Ogilvy (1812), 

S6. 
Charles (1819), 63. 
James (1815), 59. 
John (1815), 59. 
John (18 1 9), 63. 
Robert (1806), 51. 
William (1784), 34. 

Dall 

Henry (1824), 70, 
John (1896), 329. 
Thomas (1749), 3. 

Dallas 

Alexander K. (1884), 241. 

249, 257i 265. 
Angus S. (1844), 102. 
James (1770), 20. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



363 



Dalrymple 

Grant (1830), 81. 
Hew (1787), 36. 
John P. (1792), 41. 
Thomas Richard (1823), 
69. 

Dalyell 

James (1824), 69. 
John (1788), 37. 
Melville (1815), 59. 
Thomas (1774), 24. 

Dangerfield 

Walter F. (1877), 203, 209. 

Dansey 

Edward P. (1870), 173. 

Dare 

Joseph H. H. (1890), 284, 
291* 301, 309, 327. 

Darling 

John F. S. (1846), 106. 
Thomas Crow (1886), 254, 

262, 271, 280. 
William (1890), 285, 291, 
300. 

Daun 

James (1837), 93. 

Davidson 

Alexander (1849), ^''* 
Alexander (1854), 120. 
Alexander Milne (1852), 

117. 
Annie (1892), 297, 307, 

317, 326. 
Archibald (181 2), 56. 
Archibald T. (1861), 134, 

137. 
David (1764), 15. 

David (1782), 32. 

David (1814), 58. 

Francis [C] (1843), 102. 

George (1830), 81. 

George (1875), i94i 200, 

205, 211. 



Davidson 

George Ramsay (1814), 58. 
James (1784), 34. 
James (1784), 34. 
James (1826), 74. 
James (1833), ^7- 
James (1850), 112. 
James Alexander (1887), 

261, 269, 277, 285, 292. 
James M. (1866), 154, 159, 

164. 
John (1824), 70. 
John (1851), 114. 
John (1879), 213. 
John (1888), 269, 277, 

285, 292. 
Joseph (1845), 105- 
Peter (1822), 67. 
Robert John (1873), i^S» 

191, 196, 201. 
Thomas (1766), 17. 
Thomas McLaren (1878), 

208, 213, 220, 227, 233. 
Thomas William (1883), 

235, 242, 249, 256. 
William (1829), 80. 
William (1839), 96. 
William Y. (1865), 145, 

15^ 157, 163. 

Davie 

Alexander (1783), 33. 
William (1787), 37. 

Davies 

Rowland Robert (1827), 77. 

Dawson 

Alexander (1892), 298, 

3oS> 318, 326. 
Crissy Ingles (1894), 320. 
David (1885),. 253, 260. 
David Hill M*Intosh 

(1891), 29s, 297, 308, 

318, 327, 334. 
John Mackintosh (1891), 

295» 297,308,318,326, 

334. 



364 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Dawson 

Peter (1881), 223, 231, 

238, 245. 
Walter (1807), 52. 
William (1831), 83. 

Day 

Charles E. E. (1877), 204. 

Edward Forbes (1858), 

126, 128, 131, 134. 

Dean (Deane) 

John Andrew Fowler 
(1893), 306, 316, 326, 

334. 
William (i860), 130. 

Deans 

John (1826), 74. 

Deas 

George B. (1893), 314- 
Sylvester Falconer Reid 

(i860), 130, 133. 
William (1822), 67. 

Dempster 

Alexander (1833), 86. 
Charles (181 2), 56. 
David (1820), 64. 
George (1747), i. 
George (181 7), 61. 
Henry (1770), 21. 
John Fleming (1868), 159, 

166, 173, 179. 
Thomas (181 2), 56. 
Walter Mackay (1839), 96. 

Devey 

Robert (1824), 71. 

Dewar 

Daniel (1785), 35- 
Daniel (1799), 46. 
Daniel (1849), no. 
David (1817), 61. 
David Erskine (181 1), 55. 
Duncan (18 19), 63. 

Hugh (1790X 39- 
James (1785), 35. 



Dewar 

James (181 1), 55. 
James (1859), 128, 130, 

133, 138. 
John (1892), 305. 

Peter (1800), 47. 

Peter (1837), 94. 

Robert (1838), 95. 

Thomas (1815), 59. 

Dick 

David (1766), 17. 

Henry Littledale (1868), 

160, 167, 178, 184, 189, 

193, 202. 
James (1796), 44. 
James (1862), 136. 
John (1763), 14. 
John (185 1), 113. 
John Crawford (1866), 150, 

155, 162, 169, 174, 179, 

185, 189. 
Mungo (1795), 44. 
Robert (1859), 128, 131, 

i33» 137. 
Thomas (1829), 80. 

William (1872), 181. 

Dickinson 

Francis B. (1870), 174. 
John (1825), 73. 

Dickson (Dixon) 

Annie Isabella Knox 

(1893), 306. 
Arthur (1893), 312, 321. 
David Elliot (1892), 303, 

312, 321. 
Henry Gordon (1834), 88. 
James (1827), 76. 
James (1855), 122. 
James Main (1875), i9^> 

201, 206, 211. 
John Inches (1838), 94. 
Margaret Scott (1895), 

323> 331- 
Patrick (1847), 108. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



365 



Dickson (Dixon) 

Peter (1892), 304. 
Walter (1789), 38. 
William Purdie (1837), 93. 

DiUon 

James (1810), 54. 

Dingwall 

George Corbet (1889), 282. 

Dinning 

Robert (1844), 103. 

Dishart 

Alexander (1868), 160, 
167, 173, i79» 185. 

Dixon. See Dickson. 

Dobie (Dobbie) 

George Smith (1884), 246, 

252. 
John (1818), 62. 
John (1852), 117. 
Robert (1847), 108. 
William (1845), 104. 

Dobson 

Dorothea de Brissac (i 896), 

330- 

Doctor 

Alexander (18 16), 60. 
Alexander (1848), 109. 

Dodds 

George T. (1866), 150, 
156, 162, 168. 

Doig 

Robert (1781), 31. 
William (1893), 312. 

Donald 

William (1852), 117. 

Donaldson 

Alexander Wilkie (1855), 

122. 
Alexander Wilkie (1893), 

3M. 
David (i750» 5« 



Donaldson 

David (1808), 53. 
David (1834), 88. 
David (1850), 112. 
James (1895), 323» 33i- 
Patrick Williamson (1824), 

70. 
Robert (1770), 21. . 
William (1786), 36. 
William (18 18), 62. 
William Galloway (1886), 

259. 
Dorward. See Durward. 

Dott 

George (1838), 94. 

Dougall 

David (1821), 65. 

Douglas (Douglass) 

Alexander S. (1845), 104. 
Andrew (1828), 78. 
Archibald Campbell (1856), 

123. 
Blaine C. (1886), 260, 267. 

Charles Edward (1893), 

313- 
Findlay Small (1892), 298, 

3oS» 317, 327. 
George (1770), 20. 

George (1785), 35. 

George (1786), 36. 

George A. (1870), 171. 

George C (1888), 275. 

George Henderson X 1 8 7 9 ), 

213, 219, 226, 233. 
James (1825), 72. 
James (1832), 85. 
James (1853), 119. 
James (1861), 135, 138. 
James (1869), 165, 172, 

178. 
John (1855), 122. 
John (1856), 124. 
Laurence (1756), 9. 
Peter (1842), 100. 



366 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [ikdex 



I 



Douglas (Douglass) 
Robert (1820), 64. 
William (i 761), i^- 
WilUam (1767)1 »^- 

Dove ^ ^ - 

Robert [S.] (1862), 136. 

Dow , / o \ 

Andrew Gardner {i^l9h 

213, 219, 226, 233. 

Anthony (1776), «6. 

David (1781)1 30- 

David Robert (1876), 198, 

204, 210, 216. 
James K. (1828), 78- 
John (1761), 13- 
John (1847). 107. 
John (1881), 223, 231, 

238, 252, 259, 266. 
John (1881), 223, 243. 

John George Alexander 

(1874), 190* ^95- 
Patrick (i793)» 42. 
Peter (1875)1 ^94, 200» 

205, 210, 216, 222, 

228. 
Robert (1763)* 14- 
Thomas (1844), io3- 
William (nS^X 5- 

Dower ^ ^ . 

James Martin (1895), 324. 

332. 

Dowie 

James (1874), 189, i95» 
200, 206, 216, 222, 

228. 
William (1844), 102. 

Downie 

Malcolm (1782), 32. 
Robert (183 1), 83. 

Thomas (1847)* ^^1- 

D'Oyly 

John (1817), 61. 



Drayton 

Glen (1769)* 19- 

Drennan (Drinnan) 

Hugh (1843)* loi- 
John (1824), 71- 

Driver 

Thomas (1779). 29. 

Drunimond 

Andrew (1843). »®*- 
CoUn (1826), 74- 
David (1821), 65. 
David (1824), 69. 
David (1836), 91- 

David (1843)* 10*- 
Duncan M. (1801), 40- 

Edward (1840), 97. 

George (1774). 24. 
Gregor Stuart (i»79). 

214, 220, 227, 233» 

240, 247. 
Henry M. (1873). »^5. 

191. 
James (1762), 14- 
James (1818), 62. 
James Duflf (1836), 91. 

John (18 1 5), 59- 
Malcolm (1873)1 i^S. ^9»' 
Ralph (1823), 68. 
Ralph (1829), 81. 
William (17^3). 32- 



Dryburgh 

Andrew (1846), 105. 

Drysdale 

Adam (1828), 7^- 
Cathcart (1814), 5^- 
Robert (1764), ^S- 

Ducat ^ ^ ^ 

Andrew David (1854), i2( 

Dudgeon 

Charles J. (1872), 181. 

Dudingston 

James (i75^)» 4- 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



367 



u£F 

Alexander (1748), 2. 
Alexander (1776), 25. 
Alexander (1821), 65. 
Alexander (1825), 72. 
Alexander (1844), 102. 
Alexander (1872), 181, 

187, 196, 201, 206, 

211. 
Arthur (1757), 9. 
David (1796), 44. 

GtOTge (i750» 4. 

Henry (1824), 70. 

James (1825), 72. 

John (1756), 9. 

John (1783), 33. 

John (1826), 74. 

John (1826), 75. 

John Kippan (1872), 181, 

186, 192, 197. 
Lewis (1751), 4. 
Peter (1829), 80. 
William (1824), 70. 
William (1865), 144, 151, 

i57i 163, 168, 174, 

180, 184. 

iiguid 

William (1838), 94. ' 

like 

Ernest Hamilton (1890), 

282, 290, 300, 309, 

320, 328, 336. 
Sidney (1884), 242, 249, 

257- 
William (1851), 113. 

iinibreclc 

Archibald [W.] (1831), 83. 

mbar 

James (1827), 76. 
John (1791)1 40. 
Louis (1756), 9. 
Robert (1748), 2. 
Robert (1806), 51. 



Duncan 

Alexander (1760), 12. 
Alexander (1762), 13. 
Alexander (1807), 52. 
Alexander (18 10), 54. 
Alexander (1846), 106. 
Alexander (186 1 ), 134, 136, 

140, 143. 
Alexander (1864), i4<> 1469 

151, 158. 
Andrew (1759), n. 
Andrew (1769), 20. 
Andrew D. (1892), 297, 

307. 
Andrew James (1859), 128. 

David (1779), 29. 

David (1796), 44. 

David (181 7), 61. 

George (18 15), 59. 

George (1870), 171, 178, 

183. 

Henry (1788), 38. 

James (1779), 29. 

James (1779), 29. 

James (18 10), 54. 

James (1842), 100. 

James (1872), 180, 186. 

James J. (1804), 50. 

John (1747), I. 

John (1828), 78. 

John (1830), 82. 

John (1839), 96. 

John (1846), 106. 

John (1894), 315, 324. 

John Ainslie (1892), 298. 

John Watt (1890), 287. 

Patrick (1809), 53. 

Robert (1778), 28. 

Thomas (1750)* 3- 
Thomas (1790), 39. 
Thomas (1821), 65. 
Thomas (1847), 107. 
William (1748), 2. 
William (1757), 10. 
William (1760), 12. 
William (1762), 14. 



368 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [indei 



Duncan 

William (1788), 38. 
William ( 1 821), 65. 
William (1856), 123. 
William (1874), 190. 
William Ogilvy (1877), 

203, 209, 215, 222, 
234, 240, 247. 

Duncanson 

John (1841), 98. 

Dundas 

Robert Adam (1821), 66. 
Thomas (1756), 9. 
Wedderburn (1832X 85. 

Dunlop 

David (1841), 98. 
John Murray (1864), 142, 
146, 152. 

Dunn (Dun) 

Alexander (18 14), 58. 
Andrew (1866), 149, 156, 

162, 168. 
James (1823), 68. 
John (1823), 68. 
John (1885), 253, 260, 

267. 

Durham 

James (1748), 2. 
Thomas (1772), 22. 
William (1779), 28. 

Durward (Dorward) 

Charles (1867), 154, 161, 

167, i73» i79» 1S4, 
188. 

James (1788), 38. 

Duthie 

Archibald (18 13), 57. 
Charles Shaw (18 19), 63. 
James Arthur (1876), 199, 

204, 210, 216. 
Thomas Henry (18 19), 63. 
William Knibb (1878), 

208, 214, 220, 228. 



Dykes 

James Roberson (1888) 
268, 277, 286, 293, 

Eadie. See Edie. 

Easton 

Andrew (1832), 84. 
James (1837), 93. 
Thomas (1832), 85. 

Eaton 

John (1876), 199, 204 
210, 216. 
Ede 

Lcetitia N. (1894), 314. 

Eden 

Frederick (1799), 46. 

Edgar 

Andrew (1854), 121. 
George W. (1849), no. 

John (1798)1 46. 
Samuel (1825), 73. 

Edie (Eadie) 

Arthur (1789), 38. 
Chalmers (1843), ^02. 
David (1855), 123. 
Henry (1811), 55. 
James (1804), 50. 
James (1824), 71. 
John (1804), 50. 
John (1840), 97. 
John (1870), 171. 
William (1756), 9. 
William (1806), 51. 
William (1844), io3« 
William (1882), 230, 2^ 
243, 250, 258, 2] 
280, 288. 

Edmond 

John (1778), 28. 

Edward 

Albert (1867), 155. 
Alfred (1869), 165. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



369 



Edward 

Alexander (1887), 267, 

295- 
James (1875), i94> 200, 
205, 211, 216. 

Edwards 

Herbert (1883), 236. 
James (1868), 161. 

Elder 

David (18 1 9),. 63. 

David (1875), i94> ^^^i 

205, 211. 
Hugh (1862), 136. 
Matthew (1884), 241. 
Thomas (1759), 11. 
William (1826), 74. 

Ellison 

Joseph A. (1887), 261. 

Emslie 

Peter (1829), 80. 

Erskine 

Claud James (1835), ^9- 
David (1786), 36. 
Henry (1759), 11. 
James Floyer (1787), 36. 
James [Muckersie] (1845), 

104. 
John (i759)» n- 

Esdaile 

David (1829), 81. 

Esplin 

Alexander (181 1), 55. 

Esson 

George A. (1865), 143. 

Evans 

Annie Lloyd (1892), 296, 

307. 3i7» 326. 
Trevor Lloyd (1896), 330. 

Everard 

Harry Stirling Crawford 
(1879), 213. 

2 



Everett 

George (1879), 212, 219, 
226. 

Ewan (Ewen) 

Alexander Morrison (1889), 

276. 
James (1856), 123, 129, 

159, 164, 169. 
John (1754), 7. 
John Alfred (1880), 218, 

225, 232, 239. 
John Campbell Gordon 

(1895), 323» 332. 
John S. (1866), 149, 156. 
Robert (1852), 117. 
William (189 1), 295, 297, 

308, 317. 
William John Strachan 

(1887), 262. 
William Pierre (1859), 

127, 131, 133, 137. 

Ewart 

David (1821), 65. 
William (18 16), 60. 

Ewing 

James (1834), 88. 

John Ferguson (1865), 

144, 151, 157, 163, 169. 
John Lyal (1862), 136, 

140. 
Robert (1863), 139, 142, 

147- 
William (1874), 190, 213, 

220, 226, 233, 239. 

William Orr (1864), 141, 

146, 152. 

Faber 

Leopold (1878X 208. 

Fair 

David (1761), 13. 
Frederick (1856), 123. 
Peter (1800), 47. 



370 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Fairbairn 

John (1824), 70. 

FairfuU 

Thomas (1769), 20. 

Fairley 

Thomas (1828), 79. 

Fairnie (Fairny) 

David (1756), 9- 
Thomas (1822), 66. 
William (1814), 58. 

Fairtlough 

Samuel (1865), 144. 

Fairweather 

Alexander (1825), 72. 

David (182 1 ), 65. 

George Moncur (1890), 

283. 
James (1891), 290, 298, 

308, 318, 327, 334. 
John (1824), 70. 
Patrick (1766), 17. 

Falconer (Falconar) 

Alexander (1765), 16. 
Alexander (1782), 32. 
John (1853), 118. 
John Stewart (i860), 132, 

^33^ 137, 140, 142, 

M7» 153- 
Robert Hill (1872), 180, 

186, 192, 197. 

William (i860), 132. 

William Meek (1862), 136, 

139, M3» M7. 

Farmer 

Alfred Douglas (1884), 

241, 249, 256, 264. 
Andrew (1794), 43. 
Charles Rudolph Stahel 

(i895)> 323» 332. 

Farnie 

Henry Brougham (1850), 
112. 



Farquharson 

Joseph (1787), 37. 

Robert (1752X 5- 
Thomas (1800), 47. 
William F. (1883), 235. 

Faye 

Carl (1877), 203. 

Felix 

Henry (1824), 71. 
Robert R. (1824), 71. 

Fenton 

Sylvester (1806), 51. 

Fenwick 

David Pitkaithly (1856), 

123, 129, 138, 141, 

143, 148. 
George Thomas (1824), 

71. 

Fergus 

David S. (1839), 96. 
James (1755), 8. 

Fergusson (Ferguson, Fer- 
gisson) 

Adam (1762), 13. 
Alexander (1802), 48. 
Alexander M. (1835), 90. 
Alexander M*Nie (1896), 

329- 
Andrew (1826), 74. 

Andrew (1852), 117. 

Andrew (1869), 167, 172, 

179. 

Daniel (1779), 29. 

Daniel (18 10), 54. 

Daniel (181 1), 55. 

Daniel (1824), 70. 

David (1757), 10. 

David [Scott] (1826), 75. 

Donald (1826), 74. 

Donald (1891), 294, 302, 

311. 
Duncan (1770), 21. 

Duncan (1810), 54. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



371 



'ergusson (Ferguson, Fer- 
gisson) 

Ebenezer (1804), 50. 

Griffith (1749), 3. 

Hector Munro (1891), 

289, 299. 
Henry (1831), 83. 
Hugh (1875), 194. 
James (1755), S- 
James (1759X n. 
James (1794)1 43- 
James (1801), 48. 
James, yi//!. (1801), 48. 
James (18 15), 59. 
James (1884), 241, 250, 

257, 265, 274, 280, 

288. 
James Thom son ( 1 8 9 1 ), 

289, 298, 307, 318. 
John (1754), 7. 
John (1757), 9. 
John (1768), 18. 
John (1809), 53. 
John (1817), 61. 
John (1848), 108. 
John [McGregor] (1850), 

112. 
John Moore (1879), 213, 

219. 
Martin (1844), 103. 
Nigel (1761), 13. 
Peter (1820), 64. 
Peter (1822), 67. 
Peter (1848), 109. 
Peter (i860), 130, 133. 
Robert (1764), 15. 
Robert Menzies (1881), 

228, 234, 240. 
Samuel (1846), 106. 
Thomas (1890), 282, 290, 

299. 309* 319- 
William (1818), 62. 

ernie 

Christopher (1844), 103. 
David (1830), 81. 



Fernie 

James (1836), 91. 
John (1829), 80. 
William (1827), 76. 
William (1829), 80. 

Ferric 

James [Lindsay] (1837), 93. 
Joseph M'Cormick (1830), 

82. 
Robert (1830), 82. 
William (1828), 78. 

Ferrier 

David (1893), 313, 321. 
James Walter (1863), 139. 
John (1861), 134, 137. 
John W. (1827), 77. 

Fettes 

Charles William (1848), 
109. 

Fidler 

Catherine (1893), 314. 
Edith Mary Talbot (1893), 

314. 

Findlay (Finlay) 

Alexander (1831), 83. 
Andrew (1781), 30. 
Archibald B. (1891), 296, 
Cathcart (1830), 81. 
Frank (1894), 315, 323, 

333- 
James (1810), 54. 

James (1820), 64. 

James (1837), 93. 

James R. (1861), 134, 

136. 

John (1825), 73. 

John (1845), 103. 

William (18 1 9), 63. 

William (1829), 80. 

Findon 

Frank Standish (1893), 
30S1 316, 326, 334. 



372 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Finlayson 

David (1882), 229, 236, 

243, 251, 258. 
James (1760), 12. 
Jane Murrion (1894), 315. 
John H. (1861), 134. 
Joseph Sage (1869), 166, 

172, 178, 184, 193, 

197, 201. 
Thomas (1859), 129. 

Fisher (Fischer, Fissher) 
Duncan (181 1), 55. 
Emily (1892), 298. 
Frederic George (1890), 

283, 291, 300. 
James (1771), 22. 
James (1834), 88. 
James (1865), 145, iS^j 

i57» 163. 
John (1768), 19. 
John (185 1), 114. 
John (1874), 191. 
Robert (1841), 99. 
Robert (1849), ^^o* 
Robert Findlay (1826), 74. 
William (1773), 23. 
William Rogers (1870), 

174. 

Fisken 

William (1831), 83. 

Fitchet 

John (1754), 7. 

Fleming 

Alexander (1784), 34. 
Alice (1894), 321, 329. 
Charles Alexander (1884), 

242, 249, 257, 265. 
Charles WilUam (1884), 

241, 249, 257, 265. 
David (18 1 8), 62. 
David (1824), 70. 
James (182 1), 65. 
John (1836), 91. 



Fleming 

Thomas (1769), 20. 
Thomas (1824), 71. 
William (1809), 53. 
William (18 16), 60. 

Fletcher 

Beaumont (1890), 282, 

291, 317, 326. 
Charles (1832), 84. 
Donald (1870), 170. 

Flint 

John (1780), 29. 

Flockhart 

Alexander (1782), 32. 

Flowerdew 

James (1813), 57. 

Flowers 

John (1781), 31. 

Fluck 

Charles E. W. (1888X 271, 

278, 286. 
Richard Andrews (1883), 

235» 243, 251, 258, 

265. 

Fogo (Foggo) 

David (1894), 315. 
Thomas (1757), 10. 
William (1857), 125, 128, 

i3i> 135. 138, 141, 
144. 
William (1890), 283, 290, 

299, 309, 319. 

Forbes 

Alexander (1824), 69. 
Alexander (1826), 75. 
Alexander (1849), n^* 
Alexander M. (1870), 170, 

177, 183, 188. 
Daniel (1855), 122. 
Duncan (1783), 33. 
Edmund (1864), 141. 
George (1853), 119. 



4 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



373 



Forbes 

George (1864), 141, 146, 

152. 
George D. (1849), no. 
John (18 1 5), 59. 
John, /«wraray (1824), 70. 
John, Perth (1824), 70. 
John, Rannoch (1824)^ 70. 
John (1844X 103. 
Matthew (1892), 304. 
William (1852), 117. 
William Alexander Macfar- 

lane (1892), 298, 307, 

317, 327- 
Fordyce 

William (1880), 217, 225, 
232, 239. 

Foreman 

Annie Brown (1892), 304. 

Forfar 

Patrick Thomson (1844), 

103. 
William (1778), 27. 

Forgan 

James (i860), 132. 
James Rea (1894), 315, 

3241 333- 
John (1866), 150, 15s, 

162, 168. 

Robert (1876), 199, 204, 

210, 216, 221. 

Forrest 

Andrew (1857), 125. 
James Naime (i860), 130. 
William (1832), 85. 

Forrester 

Alexander (1784), 34. 
Andrew (1848), 109. 
Charles G. (1856), 123, 

128, 140, 144, 149, 

159, 164. 
David (1758), 10. 
James (1765), 16. 
James (1849), no. 



Forrester 

James L H. (1866), 149, 

156, 162, 168. 
John (1830), 82. 
Paul R. (1838), 95. 
Samuel (1823), 68. 
Walter (1824), 70. 

Forster 

Louis Edward (1896), 335. 

Forsyth (Forsythe) 

Florence (1896), 335. 
James (1835), 90. 
James S. (1856), 123. 
John R (1889), 276. 

Fortescue 

James (1828), 78. 

Fortune 

Alexander (1821), 65. 
George (17 71), 22. 
James (1766), 17. 
John (1828), 78. 
John (1865), 145, 151, 

157. 
William (1877), 203. 

William R. (1875), ^94' 

Fotheringham (Fothringham) 
James (1879), 213. 
James Gainsborough (1872), 

180, 186, 192, 197, 

201. 

Foulis 

David (1822), 67. 
David (1829), 80. 
David Deas (1829), 80. 
James (1758), 10. 
Robert (1836), 91. 

Fowke 

Thomas Noel (1894), 313, 

3251 333- 
Fowler 

Charles (1833), 86. 
William Macdonald (1795), 

44. 



374 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Fowlie 

John (1879), 217, 222, 
228. 

FrsLnckcn 

William A. (1868), 160. 

Eraser (Frazer) 

Alexander (1748), 2. 
Campbell (1889), 276, 

313- 
Daniel (1843), ^^^- 
Daniel (1853), 118. 
Evan Hugh (1889X ^^^t 

289, 295, 304, 313, 

322. 
Evelyn Helen C. (1893), 

306. 
Gilbert (1844), 102. 
Henry Bromley Cadogan 

(1890), 284, 296. 
James (1773), 23. 
James (1788), 37. 
James (1829), 81. 
James (1871), 175. 
James W. C. (1852), 117. 
John (1823), 69. 
John (1824), 70. 
John (1863), 138, 142, 

147, 153- 
John Gordon (18 19), 63. 

John Sutherland (1886), 

254. 
Neil F. (1828), 79. 

Patrick (1748), 2. 

Patrick (1776), 26. 

Robert (1869), 166. 

Thomas (1784), 34. 

William (1807), 52. 

., WiUiamM. (1867), 155. 

William Ruxton (1852), 

Freeman 

Francis Ford (1863), 139, 

142, 147. 



French (Ffrench, Ffrenche) 
James (1863), 141, 144, 

148, 153- 
Richard (1766), 17. 

William (1785X 34- 

Frew 

Alexander (1881), 223, 
231, 238, 246, 252, 

259. 267. 
Robert Ebenezer (1827), 

77. 
William (i88s), 253, 260, 
267. 

Friederichs 

Ferdinand Thomely (1887), 

261. 
Neville (1883), 235. 

Frood 

Bryce(i8si), 113- 

Fullerton 

John (1774), 24. 

Fulton 

Angus Robertson (1893)1 
312, 321. 

Futt 

Robert (1758), 11. 

Fyfe (Fyffe) 

Charles (1778), 27. 
William (1837), 93. 

Gaine 

John Robins (1782), 31. 

Galbraith 

Angus John (1875), i9S» 

200. • 
Peter (1856), 124, 129. 

Galletly (Gellatly) 
John (1757), 10. 
William (1851), 114. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



375 



Galloway 

Alexander (1808), 53. 
Alexander (1824), 70. 
David (1844), 102. 
George (1878), 208, 213, 

220, 227, 233. 
James (1878), 208. 
Stewart (1872), 185, 189. 
Thomas (1813), 57. 

Garden 

William (1842), 99. 

Gardiner (Gardner, Gairdner) 
Alexander (18 18), 62. 
Andrew (1832), 84. 
George (1810), 54. 
George Wishart (1865), 

145- 
John(i87i), 177. 

John (1880), 217. 

Letitia Jane (1893), 3^6, 

316. 
Peter (182 1), 66. 
Robert M. (1861), 134, 

i37> 140. 

Gardyne 

Thomas M[T.] B. (1846), 
106. 

Garland 

Robert (1850), 112. 

Garnock 

Henry (1783), 33. 

Garrett 

Elizabeth (1862), 135. 

Garriock 

Gertrude E. (1892), 304. 
Lewis James (1894), 315. 

Garthshore 

James (1783)1 3^- 

Garvie 

Robert Halley (1891), 296, 

303. 313- 
William (1757), 10. 



Gavin 

Andrew (1887), 263, 272, 

279. 
John Hunter (1884), 243. 
William (1889), 276, 284, 

291, 301. 

Geddes 

John (1863), 139. 
Peter J. (1890), 284. 

Geddie 

James [Watson] (1850), 
112. 

Geekie 

Alexander (1828), 78. 
George (1875), 194, 199, 
205, 211, 217, 222, 
228. 
Robert (1859), 127. 

Gellatly. See Galletly. 

Gellie 

James Caithness (1855), 
122, 129, 132, 135, 

138- 
Gentle 

Robert (1861), 134, 136. 

Gentles 

Thomas (1863), 141. 

George 

Alexander (1800), 47. 
James (1822), 67. 
William White (1893), Z^A> 
322. 

Gib (Gibb) 

George (1767), 18. 
William (1876), 199. 

Gibson (Gibsone) 

Alexander (1751), 5. 

Alexander ( 1 761), 13. 

Alexander (1765), 16. 

Alexander Robertson 
(1866), 150, 156, 162, 
169, 174, 180, 185. 

Archibald (1756), 8. 



376 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Gibson (Gibsone) 

Henry William (1882), 

229, 237, 244, 252, 260. 
John (1767), 18. 
John (1839), 96. 
John (1857), 125. 
Lawrence James Douglas 

(^895), 323, 332. 
Robert (1892), 303, 313. 
Robert Whyte (1884), 241, 

250, 264, 273. 
Samuel (1877), 202. 
Thomas (1788), 38. 
Thomas H. (1862), 136. 

Gilchrist 

Annie (1896), 335. 
David [M.] (1894), 321. 
John Dow Fisher (1883), 

236, 244. 
Thomas (1849), no. 
William (1822), 67. 

GilfiUan 

Janet Dorothy (1892), 298. 

Gillan 

Robert (1778), 28. 

Gillespie 

Alexander (1776), 25. 
Andrew (1865), 145, 151, 

157, 163. 
David (1792), 41. 
George James (1791), 40. 
George R. (1866), 150, 

156. 
James (1763), 14. 

John (i752)» 5- 
John H. (1826), 74. 
John H. (1869), 166. 
John Hunter (1825), 72. 
Laurence (1769), 20. 
Robert (1878), 207, 214, 

221, 227, 233, 240, 

247, 253. 
Thomas (1895), 323, 331. 
William (1768), 18. 



Gillies 

James (1883), 235, 243, 
250, 258, 266, 274, 281. 

Gilmour 

James (1827), 77. 
John (1867), 15s, 162. 

John (1895X 323- 
Matthew A. B. (1890), 

284, 290. 
William (1869), 165. 

Gilruth 

Alexander (1864), 141. 
James Ruth (1886), 254, 
262, 271, 279, 288, 

294, 302, 311. 
Peter (1837), 93. 
Thomas (1837), 93. 

Glass (Glas, Glasse) 
Alexander (181 7), 61. 
Alexander Grant (1824), 

69. 
Andrew (1837), 93. 
Charles (1832), 85. 
Charles Cunningham 

(1862), 136, 139. 
Cuthbert (1807), 52. 
Edward (1814), 58. 
George (18 14), 58. 
Henry (1813), 57. 
John (1869), 165, 173, 

179. 
Joseph (18 1 9), 63. 
Robert (1836), 91. 
Thomas (1753), 6. 
Walter (18 1 3), 57. 
Walter Stirling (1791), 40. 
William (18 1 8), 62. 

Glen 

James (1833), 86. 

Glennie (Gleny) 

George (1830), 81. 
James (1766), 17. 
John (1828), 78. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



377 



Gloag 

Andrew (1822), 67. 
James (18 14), 58. 
Paton James (1843), 10 1. 

Glover 

Arnold (1881), 224. 
David Thomson (1856), 

124. 
George Raleigh (1858), 

I27.» 

James (1856), 124. 

Goddard 

Frederick R. (1863), 139. 

Gold 

David Dryburgh (1888), 
269, 277, 285. 

Goldie 

Archibald (1863), 139, 

142, 147, 153. 
William (1862), 136, 140. 

Goodall (Goodale) 
Charles (1829), 80. 
Charles (1861), 134, 136, 

140, 143, 148, 153, 158. 
James Graham (1883), 235> 

243i 250* 258, 265, 274, 

281, 288. 
Thomas (1834), 88. 

Goodchild 

James (1822), 67. 

Goodsir 

Alexander (1777), 26. 
Archibald (1842), 99, 
John (1826), 74. 
Joseph (1828), 79. 

Gordon 

Alexander (1780), 29. 
Andrew (1838), 94. 
Charles (1823), 68. 
Charles (1869), 166, 172, 

178. 
Charles J. M. (1891), 293. 
Francis (1827), 77. 



Gordon 

Francis (1867), 155, 161, 

168, 174, 179. 
George (1768), 19. 
George, Lord Haddo 

(1862), 136. 
George (1866), 150, 156. 
George [Andrew Storrar] 

(1875), 194, i99i 205» 

211, 222. 
George Hamilton, Lord 

Haddo (1896), 331. 
George Hume (1833), 87. 
George More (1867), 'SS* 
George R. (1849), no. 
Granville, Lord ( 1 8 7 1 ), 

176. 
Henry (1870), 171, 177. 
James (1781), 30. 
James (1783), 32. 
James, Hon, (1863), 139, 

142. 
James Frederick Skinner 

(1838), 94. 
John (1764), 15- 
John (1772), 22. 
John (1780), 29. 
John (1862), 136. 
John A. (1863), 138, 143, 

148. 
John Campbell, Hon, 

(1863), 139, 142, 147. 
Robert (1779), 29. 
Robert (1827), 77. 
Robert S. (1889), 276. 
Thomas (1829), 80. 
William (1765), 16. 
William (1827), 76. 
William (1861), 134, 136. 
William (1886), 254. 

Gorrie 

William (1892), 303, 313. 

Gosset 

Charles H. (1868), 159, 

167, 173- 



378 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Goudy 

Alexander P. (1877), 205. 

Gourlay 

Alister F. W. (1889), 282, 

289. 
Andrew (1861), 134, 137, 

140, 188, 193. 
Frederick (1849), no. 
George (1748), 2. 
Henry (1849), ^i^- 
John (i 751), 4. 

Robert (1794), 43- 
Robert (1827), 77. 
William (1764), 15. 
William F. (187 1), 175, 
182/187. 

Govan 

Alexander (1840), 98, 269. 
Douglas Moncrieff (1851), 

114. 
George Moncrieff (1844), 

102. 
James L. (1874), 190. 
John (1758), 10. 

John (1794), 43- 
John (1837), 93. 

Gow 

David (1821), 65. 
John (1809), 53. 
Leonard (1841), 98. 

Gowan 

Clotworthy (1799), 46. 

Gowans 

Laurence (1832), 85. 

Grace 

Alexander (1838), 94. 
Charles (17 71), 21. 
Charles (1803), 49. 
Charles [Cudbert] (1850), 

112. 
Charles Stuart (1875), '94* 
Hew (1832), 85. 



Grace 

Hugh [Douglas] (18 15), 59. 
John Bethune (1793), 42- 
Stuart (1837), 93. 

Gracie 

Adam (1844), 102. 
James Ogiivy Fenton 

(1884), 241, 248, 255, 

264, 272. 

Graham (Grahanle, Grxme, 
Grame) 

Alexander (18 19), 63. 
Alexander (1831), 84. 

Charles (1785), 35- 
Charles Christie (185 1), 

David (1877), 203, 209. 
David (1893), 306, 316, 

326, 334. 
Duncan (1824), 70. 
Edward (1785), 35. 
Finlay (1865), 145, 151, 

157, 163. 
George (1770), 20. 
George (18 18), 62. 
George (1848), 109. 
George T. (1815), 59. 
Henry Grey (1889), 276, 

284, 291, 300, 311, 320» 

328. 
James Barclay (1886), 255, 

263, 271. 
James N. (1892), 304. 
John (1763), 14. 
John (1821), 66. 
John (1822), 67. 
John (1833), 86. 
John (1847), 107. 
John Bams (1893), 310, 

3M. 
Patrick (175s). S- 
Robert (1763), 14. 
Robert (1833), 87. 
Robert (1850), 112. 
Thomas (1752), 3. 



NDEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



379 



jraham (Grahame, Graeme, 
Grame) 

Thomas (1783), 33. 
William (1760), 12. 
William (1772), 22. 
William (1800), 47. 
William (1813), 57. 
William (18 18), 62. 
William (182 1), 65. 
William (1833), 86. 
William (1836), 91. 
William (1843), loi. 
William (1847), io7- 
William (1850), 112. 
William (1854), 120, 129. 

irant (Grantt) 

Alexander (1752), 5 . 
Alexander (1766), 17. 
Alexander (1782), 31. 
Alexander (1820), 64. 
Alexander (1853), 119. 
Andrew (1773), 23. 
Charles (1782), 31. 
Charles (18 19), 63. 
Charles (1873), '86. 
Dand (18 16), 60. 
David (1770), 21. 
Donald (1756), 9. 
Donald (1865), 144, 151, 

157, 163, 169. 
Donald (187 1), 176. 
Francis (1769), 20. 
Frederick (1791), 40. 
George (i755)» 8. 
Hettie Nelson (1894), 320. 
Innes (1822), 67. 
James (1773). 23- 
James (i775)> 25- 
James (1830), 81. 
James (1882), 229, 237, 

245» 251, 265. 
James M. (1869), 165, 172. 

John (i750» 5- 
John (1762), 14. 

John (1775)1 25. 



Grant (Grantt) 

John (i779)» 29. 
John (1846), 106. 
John A. (1874), 190. 
John Alexander (1884), 

241, 249, 256, 264. 
John Davidson (1847), 107. 
John Peter (1896), 329. 
Ludovic (1764), 15. 
Ludovic (1795), 44- 
Murray (1784), 34- 
Patrick (1762), 14. 
Patrick (1791), 40. 
Patrick (1809), 53. 
Peter William (1833), 87. 
Robert (1747), i. 
Robert (1863), 139, 142, 

147, 152. 
Thomas (1850), 112. 

Walter (1782), 32. 

William (1785), 35. 

William (1809), 53. 

William W. (1879), 213, 

237, 245, 252. 



Gray 



Alexander (185 1 ), 113. 
Alexander (18 51), 114. 
Alexander (1862), 138, 

141, 144, 149. 
Andrew (1759), n. 
Andrew (1767), 18. 
Andrew (1848), 109. 
Andrew (1882), 229, 237, 

244, 251, 259, 266, 274 
Charles (1770), 20. 
Charles (1832), 85. 
Charles Maxwell (1890), 

283, 291, 300, 310. 
David (1767), 18. 
David (1895), 322, 331. 
George (1802), 48. 
George (1824), 70. 
Grant (1815), 59. 
James (1828), 78. 
James (1849), no. 



38o 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Gray 

James (1887), 261, 270, 

278, 287, 296,304,322. 
James Crawford (185 1), 

1 14. 
Robert (1853), 119. 
Samuel (1806), 51. 
Thomas (1855), 122. 
Thomas Carstairs (1833), 

87. 
William (1807), 52. 
William (1837), 93. 
William (1843), 10 1. 

Greatheed 

Christopher (1870), 174. 

Greaves 

Richard P. (1845), '^S- 

Green 

William (1873), 185, 191, 
196, 201, 206, 212, 217. 

Greenfield 

John (1855), 122. 

Greenhill 

Alexander (1778), 27. 
Charles (1830), 81. 
James [D.] (i79o)> 39- 
Peter (1775X 25. 

Greenlaw 

Adam (1785), 35. 
George (1783), 32. 
John (1783), 33- 

Gr^goire 

Albert (1880), 218. 

Gregorson 

Angus J. (1847), 107. 

Gregson 

Isabel (1896), 330. 

Greig (Grieg) 

Andrew (1762) 13. 
Colin (1842), 100. 
David M. (1880), 217. 



Greig (Grieg) 

George (1754), 7. 
George (1782), 31. 
George (1806), 51. 
George (18 16), 60. 
George (1846), 106. 

James (i750» 5- 
James S. (1891), 296. 

John (1783), 33- 
John (1827), 76. 
John (1879), 212, 219. 
John (1892), 298. 
John [M*E.] (1846), 106. 
Jonathan W. (1853), 119. 
Robert (1809), 53. 
William (1784), 34. 
William (1832), 85. 

Greigor 

William (1787), 37. 

Grewar 

James Robertson (1856), 
123, 129, 134. 

Grierson 

John (1882), 230, 23s 
243, 250, 258. 

Grieve 

James (1883), 235, 243 

250, 258, 265, 274, 281 

288, 294. 

Grimston 

Henry (1783), 32. 

Grind lay 

Henry M. (1881), 224. 

Grosset 

James Edington ( 1 8 7 J 
209, 216. 

Groves 

John (1773), 23- 

Grubb 

Alexander (1822), 66. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



381 



Guerard 

Arthur R. (1867), 156, 
161, 168, 173. 
Guild 

Alexander (1841), 99. 

David (1780), 29. 

David L. (1895), 328,335. 

James (1792), 41. 

Robert (1793), 42. 

Guillan 

Robert (1805), 51- 
Thomas (1782), 32. 

Gunn (Gun) 

Adam (1880), 218, 225, 

232, 239. 
Daniel (1859), 127, 131, 

i33» 13S. 
David W. (1854), 121. 

George Angus (1865), 145, 

John (1869), 165. 
Robert (1769), 20. 
William M. J. (1892), 297, 
307. 

Gunnyon 

William (1845), ^o4- 

Guthrie 

Alexander (1782), 31. 
Alexander (1855), 122. 
Alexander (1864), 144, 

149, 153- 
Charles J. (1890), 284. 

David Charles (1802), 48. 
David W. (1888), 269. 
George (1790), 39. 
George (1854), 120. 
Gershom (1775X 25. 
John (1779), 29. 
John (1865), 146, 151, 
157, 163, 169, 175, 180. 
William (1824), 70. 

Hackney 

Alexander (1780), 29. 



Hadovir (Haddo) 

David (1780), 29. 
George (1776), 25. 
George de (1770), 20. 
James (1772), 22. 

Haggart 

John (1854), 121. 

Haig 

Hugh Veitch (1862), 136. 

John (1817), 61. 

John Alicius (1875), i95- 

Robert (1806), 51. 

William Henry (1858), 127, 
128. 
Hain 

Herbert A. D. (1868), 160, 

167, i73» 179- 
Thomas (1859), 130. 

Halbert 

David (1836), 92. 

Haldane 

James Ogilvie (1824), 70. 

Halding 

William (1779), 29. 

Halkerston 

Robert (1756), 9. 
Robert (1776), 26. 

Halkett (Halket) 

Frederick C. (1865), 145, 

150, 157, 163. 
John(i78i), 31. 

John (1794), 43- 

Hall 

James (1778), 28. 

James Stuart (18 1 3), 57. 

John (1770), 21. 

John (1806), 51. 

John (1854), 120. 

Robert (1876), 199. 

Thomas Douglas (1867), 

i55» 172. 
William (1776), 26. 



382 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Halley (Hally) 

George (1894), 322. 
James (1855), 122. 
M*Arra (1827), 76. 

Hallows 

Thomas (1789), 38. 

Hallyburton 

D. G. (1792), 41. 
Thomas (1753)1 6- 

Halson 

George (1793)1 42. 

Hamilton 

Bessie Neilson (1892), 303, 

312, 321. 
Gabriel (1794), 43. 
George B. (1871), 176, 

182. 
Gwendolyn Lawrence 

(1896), 329. 
James (1760), 12. 
John (1809), 53. 
Patrick Douglass (1793), 

42. 
Robert (1818), 62. 
Robert (1831), 83. 
Robert T. (1863), 139. 
William (18 16), 60. 

Hampton 

David Machardy (1886), 
253, 262, 271, 279, 288, 
294, 302. 

Hankin 

Edward (1777), 26. 

Hanley 

Andrew M*Lean (1885), 
247, 255, 263, 272. 

Hannay 

William M. (1845), ^^4' 

Hanning 

Agnes (1892), 303, 312. 



Hardie 

John (1869), 165, 172,178, 

184, 188. 
Robert (1822), 67. 

Hare 

James (18 16), 60. 

Harley 

Edward T. (1892), 303. 

Harper 

George (1884), 242, 249, 
257, 265. 

Harris 

Arthur Baird (1881), 223, 
230, 238, 246, 252, 260. 
David (1792), 41. 
George (1833), 86. 
James William (1892), 

297, 307. 
John (1886), 254, 271. 

Harrison 

Duncan (i755)i 7- 

narrower 

Christopher Y. M. (1885), 

252. 
Peter (1878), 208, 214, 

221, 227. 

Hart 

George (1830), 81. 
George (1855), 122. 
Henry (1833), 86. 
John (1849), I'o. 

Harvey 

James (1837), 93. 
Percy (1871), 176. 

Hastie 

John (1885), 247. 
Peter (1828), 79. 
Thomas (1833), 87. 

Hawkins 

Francis (181 5), 59. 
James W. (181 3), 57. 



WRX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



383 



[axton 

Archibald (1807), 52. 

lay 

Alexander (1849), ^^o- 
David (1848), 109. 
Emanuel Thomas (1776), 
26. 

James (1752)1 5- 
John (1770), 20. 
John (1823), 68. 
John (1845), 105- 
Peter (1795). 44- 
Thomas (1765), \6. 
William (1873), 185, 191, 
196, 201. 

ledderick (Headrick) 
John (1800), 47. 
Robert (1821), 65. 
Samuel Hunter (1835), ^9* 

ieddle 

Robert [Mackechnie] 

(1876), 199, 210. 
Robert W. (1869), 166. 

leggie 

George (1762), 13. 
John(i884), 242, 249, 257, 
265, 272, 281, 288, 294. 

leming 

Dempster (1798), 45. 

lenderson 

Alexander (1785), 35. 
Alexander Edward (1861), 

i33> 137, 140. 
Andrew (1839), 96. 

Archibald (1799), 46. 
Archibald (1863), 138, 142, 

147, 152. 
David Ramsay (1884), 241, 

248, 256, 264, 273, 281, 

287, 294. 

Duncan MacGillivray 

(1852), 117. 



Henderson 

George (i755)i S- 
Henry (1803), 49. 

James (1796), 44- 
James (1797), 45. 
James (1841), 98. 
James (1859), 127, 131, 

i33» 137, 140. 
James (1891), 295, 303, 

3i3» 322. 
James B. (1864), 141. 

James Ogilvy (1785), 35. 

John (1764), 15- 

John (18 10), 54. 

John (1839), 96. 

John (1874), 190. 

John (1878), 2o8y 214, 221, 

227, 234, 240, 246. 
Robert (1789), 38. 
Thomas (1869), 167, 174. 
Thomas (187 1), 175. 
Thomas Finlayson (1859), 

127, i3i> i33» i37i 141. 
William (1770), 20. 

William (1771), 22. 

William (18 18), 62. 

William (1828), 78. 

William (1885), 250, 256, 

265, 273, 280. 

William Alexander (1894), 

315- 
William Coutts (1879), 213, 

219, 226, 233. 

Henry (Hendry) 
David (1824), 69. 
John (1765), 16. 
John (1839), 96. 
John (1873), 185, 191, 200, 

206, 212, 217, 222. 
Matthew (1856), 123, 129. 
Mungo (1772), 22. 
Robert (1774), 24. 

Robert (1783)1 33- 
Robert (1893), 3^2, 321. 
William (1849), no. 



384 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Hepburn 

Archibald (1781), 30. 

David (181 1), 55. 

George Grant (1886), 260, 

267, 275, 280. 
John (1777), 26. 
Robert (1777), 26. 
Samuel (1777), 26. 
Thomas Nicoll (1884), 241. 

Herald 

William (1820), 64. 

Herdman 

Andrew [Walker] (1836), 

91. 
Arthur Walker K. (1887), 

261, 270, 278, 287. 

James [Chalmers] (1838), 

94. 
Robert (1843), 10 1. 

William (1834), 88. 

Heriot 

Gerald Maitland (1885), 
247. 

Hervey 

Lionel (1799), 46. 

Heughan 

George K. (1873), 189. 

Hewat 

Andrew Middlemass (1889), 
276, 284, 292, 300, 311, 
320, 328. 

Hewlett 

Henry William (1895), 322. 

Heys 

Robert (1871), 175. 

Higgs 

George (1883), 235, 243, 

250* 258. 
Robert (1877), 202, 209, 

215, 221, 227. 

High 

Andrew (1775X 25. 



Hill 



Alexander (1760), 12. 
Alexander (1795), 44- 
Charles (1826), 74. 
Charles Thomp 5011(1894), 

315, 325, 333- 
David (1770), 21. 

David (1798), 46. 
David (1815), 59. 
George (1761), 13. 
George (1801), 48. 
George (1833), 86, 
Henry (1774), 24. 
Henry (1803), 49. 
Henry C. (1870), 173. 
Howard (1869), 165, 172, 

178. 
James (1766), 17. 
James (1792), 41. 
James (1826), 74. 
James (1881), 223, 231, 

237, 246, 252, 259, 

266. 
James Niven (188 1), 223, 

23i> 238. 
Janette Theresa (1895), 

323* 332. 
John (1760), 12. 

John (1794), 43- 
John (18 10), 54. 
John (18 1 6), 60. 
John (1833), 86. 
John (1871), 176. 
John F. (1855), 122. 
John [Henry] (1850), 112. 
Ninian (1878), 208. 
Robert H. (1866), 149. 
Robert Malcolm (1880), 

217, 225, 233, 240, 245, 

252, 259, 266. 
Robert T. (1874), 189, 195. 
Thomas (1749), 2. 
Thomas (1764), 15. 
Thomas (18 10), 54. 
Thomas Adamson (1852), 

117. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



385 



HiU 

Thomas Alexander (1890), 

283. 
William (1894), 321. 

Hinds 

Brooke (1791), 40. 

Hird 

James (1773), 23. 

Hirst 

Sim (1890), 282, 290, 299, 

309, 336. 

Hobhouse 

Thomas (1779), 28. 

Hobson 

Meade (1772), 22. 
Samuel (1772), 22. 

Hoby 

James (1824), 71. 

Hodge 

David (1889), 282, 284. 
Donald William Mackinnon 
(1888), 269, 278, 286. 

Hogarth 

Andrew Pringle (1862), 136, 

139, i43» 148, i53> 15^* 
164, 169. 

George (1788), 37. 

Hogg (Hog) 

Alexander (1762), 13. 
George B. (1827), 76. 
Robert Alexander (1867), 

155- 
Thomas (1756), 9. 

Hoile 

Henry John (1892), 298, 
3071 318. 

Holbum 

Hugh Parker (1886), 260, 
267, 275, 281, 304. 



Holcroft 

Annie Grace (1893), 3o^» 

316, 326. 
William (1824), 71. 
[William Francis] Lucius 

Austen (1892), 297, 307, 

317. 

Holden 

David (1796), 44. 

Holliday 

James (1827), 76. 
William (1827), 76. 

Holman 

Joseph (1896), 331. 

Holmden 

Gerald (1890), 282. 

Home 

Abraham (1790), 39. 
Alexander, Earl 0/(1786), 

35- 
Frederick (1840), 97. 

George (1752), 5- 
George (1757), 9. 

John (1752), 5- 
John (1847), 107. 
Rodham (1831), 83. 

Honey (Hony) 

Alfred James (1861), 134, 
137, 140, 143, 149, 

153. 159- 
Frederick Murray (1880), 

218. 

George Kinloch (1827), 76. 

James (1825), 72. 

John (1795X 44. 

John Adamson (1825), 72. 

John Adamson(i865), 145, 

15^ i57» 163, 169, 174, 

180, 184. 
Sidney Calder (1826), 74. 

Honeyman (Honyman) 
David (1833), 86. 
William (1770), 20. 



2 B 



386 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



^ 



Hood 

Alexander Ogilvy (1854), 

120. 
Andrew (1840), 97. 
George (181 2), 56. 
John (1823), 68. 
John (1843), 1 01. 
John (1886), 254. 
Patrick (1764), 15. 
William (18 1 9), 63. 

Hooper 

Edith Sophia (1893), 311. 

Hope 

Charles (1827), 77. 
George John Brown (1878), 

207, 214, 220, 227. 
Henry (181 1), 55. 
Hugh (1795). 44. 
John (1795X 44. 
John (1817), 61. 
William (1799), 46. 
William (18 1 7), 61. 

Horn (Home) 

Arthur Frederick (1880), 

218. 
James (18 13), 57. 
Walter (1848), 109. 
William (1865), 145, 151, 
157, 163, 169, 174. 

Horsburgh (Hosburgh) 
Andrew (1842), 99. 
James (1827), 76. 
Philip (1793X 42. 

Horton 

William (1788), 37. 

Houldsworth 

William Henry (1851), 114. 

Houston (Houstoun) 
Andrew (1762), 13. 
Elizabeth Cook (1895), 324. 
John (1822), 67. 
Robert (181 3), 57. 
Wallace C. (1866), 150, 
156. 



Howard 

Thomas Chaffer (1890), 
283, 291, 300. 

Howat 

Edward (1888), 269. 
George Montgomery (1889), 

276. 
William (1844), 103. 

Howie 

David (1795X 44. 
George Wyllie (1888), 268, 

277i 285, 293. 
James (1829), 80. 

Howieson (Howison) 
James (1834), 88. 
Matthew (1856), 123, 128. 

Hoyes 

William (181 1), 55. 

HuU 

Frank D. (1893), 313,321 

Hume 

Archibald (1883), 236. 
Archibald (1887), 262. 
George (1853), 119. 
J. (1782), 31. 
James Dodds (1825), 73. 
William (1896), 330. 

Hunsworth 

George (1865), 146. 

Hunt 

James Malcolm (1889), 

275, 284, 292, 301,311, 

320, 328. 
John (1847), 107- 
Thomas (187 1), 176, 182, 

187. 

Hunter 

Adam (1797), 45- 
Alexander (1774), 24. 
Alexander (1784), 34. 
Alexander S. (1845), ^^4* 
Andrew (1802), 49. 
Arthur (1788), 37. 



DEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



387 



lanter 

Charles (1783), 33. 
Charles (1800), 47. 
Charles (1827), 77. 
David (1782), 32. 
David (1785), 35. 
Francis (18 16), 60. 
Frederick (1859), 127, 131. 

George (1797), 45- 
George (1836), 91. 

George (1873), 186, 191, 

196, 201. 
Graham (1825), 73. 
James (1784), 34. 
James (1787), 37. 
James (1822), 66. 
James (1827), 76. 
James, Colonel {1^62), 136. 
James (1894), 315, 324. 
James C. (1866), 149, 156, 

163, 169. 
John (1768), 19. 
John (1784), 34. 
John (181 2), 56. 
John (1844), 103- 
John (1850), 112. 
John (1867), 155. 162, 

168, 174, 180, 185, 189. 
Joseph (1857), 125, 128, 

i3i> i35» 138, 141, 143- 
M*Nachtane (1756), 9. 

Robert (1773), 23- 
Robert (1796), 44. 
Robert George (1881), 223, 

230, 238, 245. 
Thomas (1797), 45. 
William (1781), 30. 
William (1833), 86. 
William (1843), loi. 
William Vary (1855), 122. 
Williamson (1802), 48. 

usband 

James (1768), 18. 
John (1832), 85. 
William T. (1865), 144. 



Hutchan 

William (1836), 91. 

Hutchins 

David E. (1870), 174. 

Hutchison (Hutcheson, 
Hutchinson) 

Andrew (1794), 43- 
Charles (1887), 261, 270, 

279, 286. 
George (182 1), 65. 
George (1843), loi. 
James (1843), i^i. 
John (1778), 28. 
John (1833), 86. 
Patrick (1764), 15. 
Robert (1864), 141, 156. 
William (18 2 5), 72. 

Hutton 

Andrew (1779), 29. 
Andrew (18 15), 59. 
Andrew Adam (1875), ^9S> 

200, 205. 
Andrew G. (1891), 295. 
Elizabeth Peddie Steele 

(1892), 297, 308, 333. 
James (1784), 34. 
Roger (1786), 36. 
Thomas (1774), 24. 
Thomas (182 1), 66. 
William Menzies (1842), 

100. 

Huxley 

Leonard (1877), 204, 210. 

Hyslop 

John (1828), 78. 

Imrie 

Alexander Stewart Melville 
(1888), 269, 277, 285, 

292, 3oo» 3iOi3i9>334. 
David N. (1859), 127, 130, 

i33» 137, 141. 
James (1843), loi. 



388 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Imrie 

Ninian (1765), 16. 
William (1840), 97. 
William (1853), 119. 

Inches 

John (1764), 15- 
William (i775)» 25. 

Inglis (Ingles) 

Alexander (1844), 102. 
Alexander (1890), 283, 

295» 303- 
Arthur (1895), 323* 332. 
James (1832), 85. 
James (1835), 9^- 
James (1872), 181. 
James (189 1), 296, 304. 
John (18 10), 54. 
John (1824), 70. 
John (1830), 82. 
John (1876), 199, 204, 

210, 216. 
Robert (1875), 195. 
Robert (1888), 268, 277, 

286, 293. 
W^illiam (17 71), 21. 
William (1835), 89. 

Ingram 

Alexander (1766), 17. 

Innes 

Alexander (1763), 14. 
Andrew (1829), 80. 
Edwin S. Mitchell (1863), 

139, 142. 
Frederick George (1893), 

305, 316, 325. 
George Francis Mitchell 

(1863), 139. 
John (1865), 145. 

Inverarity 

George (1835), 90- 

Ireland 

Alexander James (1862), 

136, 140, 143. 
Alexander V. (1832), 84. 



Ireland 

David (1763), 14. 
Griffith (1785), 35. 
James (1837), 93. 
John Alexander (1861), 

134, 137, 140, i43»u8, 
154, 159, 164, 170. 

Thomas (1855), 122. 

Walter Fogo (1859), 130. 

Irons 

David (1887), 262, 271, 

279, 287, 294. 
John (1890), 289, 295, 

305* 313- 
Irvine 

Alexander (1791), 40. 
Alexander (1792), 41. 
Alexander (181 8), 62. 
Alexander Robertson 

(1861), 134, 137, 140, 

143, 148. 
Charles (1793), 42- 
Hugh (1796), 44- 
James Colquhoun (1895), 

328, 332. 
James Mercer (1878), 208, 

214, 220, 227. 
John (1885), 247, 255,263. 
Julian (1886), 254, 263, 

272, 280, 287. 
Robert S. (1824), 70. 
William (1890), 288. 

Irving 

David W. (1833), 86. 

Isdale (Isale) 

Alexander (1782), 32. 
Alexander W. (1839), 96. 
John (1832), 85. 

Isles 

John (179^)1 46. 

Ivens 

John H. A. (1870), 171, 

176. 
Thomas E. (1866), 150. 




DEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



389 



ory 

Holmes (1867), 155, 161 
James (1779), 29. 

at (Izatt, Izett) 
James (1758), 11. 
James (1832), 85. 
John R. (1859), 129. 



Lck 

Alexander (1883), 235, 

243, 250, 258, 265, 

294, 302, 311. 
Alexander (1887), 261, 

270, 278, 286, 292. 
David [Rait] (1850), 112. 
George Selkirk ( 1 8 5 1 ), 

1 14. 
James (1769), 20, 
James Craig (1878), 208, 

214, 220, 227, 234, 240, 

246. 
Thomas W. (1821), 66. 
William Black (1884), 241, 

249, 257, 265, 274, 281, 

287. 
William Bryden (1835), 89. 

ickson 

Edwin Brook (1895), 323> 

John (1836), 92. 

John William (1863), 139, 

142. 
Robert (1864), 142. 
Thomas (1828), 79. 
Thomas (1850), 112. 
William Roy (1884), 241, 

249» 257, 265, 273. 

Lcobs 

Job Alfred (1829), 80. 

iffray (Jaffirey) 
James (1766), 17. 
WilHam (1830), 81. 



Jameson (Jamieson, Jamison) 
Andrew (1787), 36. 
Andrew (1824), 69. 
Andrew (1859), 127. 
Andrew (1862), 135, 139, 

143- 
Elizabeth (1896), 330. 

John (1757), 9. 

John (1818), 62. 

John (1864), 142, 146. 

John Gordon (1895), 323. 

John Wilson Moir (1896), 

335. 

Robert (18 19), 63. 

Robert I. (1859), 127, 131. 

Thomas Ross (1822), 66. 

William (1865), 144. 

Japp 

Francis Robert (1864), 141, 
146, 151, 158. 

Jardine 

Henry (1823), 68. 
James (1826), 74. 

Jarvis 

Arthur (1785), 35. 
WUliam (1832), 85. 

Jeneson 

Thomas (1845), 105. 

Jenkins 

Charles (182 1), 65. 
Richard (1821), 65. 

Jennings 

John (1828), 78. 

Jervis 

James (18 14), 58. 

Joass 

James Maxwell (1853), 118. 

Jobson 

David (1775X 25. 
John (1768), 19. 
Richard (1828), 79. 
William (18 21), 65. 



390 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Johnston (Johnstone, John- 
son) 

Charles (1820), 64. 
Christopher Nicholson 

(1873), 185, 191. 
Daniel (1895), 324, 332. 
David (1788), 37. 
David (1825), 72. 
David (1850), 112. 
Edward Miall (1891), 295, 

301, 306, 316,326, 335. 
Frederick (1858), 126, 128, 

131, 134, 141, 144, 148, 

153. 
George (1822), 66. 

George (1858), 126, 128, 
131, 134, 138, 141, 144, 
148. 

George W. (1839), 96. 

James (1783), 33. 

James (1787), 36. 

James Christie (1876), 199, 
288, 294, 302. 

John (1787), 36. 

John (1810), 54. 

John (1832), 85. 

John (1856), 124. 

John (1880), 218, 224, 

232, 245, 252, 259, 266. 
Joseph (187 1), 176, 182, 

187. 
Laurence (1757), 10. 
Mabel L. (1892), 304. 
Robert (1848), 109. 
Robert (1861), 134. 
Robert (1888), 269, 277, 

285, 293, 302,311, 320. 
Thomas (1847), 107. 
Thomas (1859), 128. 
Thomas Boston (1861), 

134, 136, 140, 143. 
William (1779), 29. 
William (18 1 3), 57. 
William (1826), 75. 
William (1833), 87. 
William (1839), 96. 



Johnston (Johnstone, John- 
son) 

William (1842), 100. 
William (1849), no. 
William (1890), 288, 295, 

303» 313- 
William Murray (1846), 

106. 

William Thomas (1864), 

141, 146, 152. 

Jolly 

Andrew R. (i860), 130, 

i33» 137. 
Jones 

Edward Rowland (1896), 

336. 
Meredith (1808), 53. 
Philip (1828), 79. 

Just 

Thomas (1843), ^o^* 
William (1841), 98. 

Justice 

David (1847), 107. 

Kantrovitch 

Morris (1895), 3^4^ 332- 

Kay (Kaye) 

Alexander [Cant] (1852), 

117. 
Charles Donald (1857), 

125, 128, 131, 141. 
David Miller (1883), 237, 

244, 251, 264, 273, 280. 
Ephraim A. (1857), 125. 
James (1874), 190, 195. 
John (1843), loi. 
John M. (1895), 323. 
Sydney Alexander (1893), 

3i3» 321- 
Kean 

James (i860), 130, 1341 
137, 140, 143, 148, 153, 

159. 
William (1866), 150. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



391 



Keay 

Andrew (1855), 122. 
Charles (1755), 8. 
John (1818), 62. 
Thomas (1831), 83. 

Waiiam (i753)> 6. 
William (1820), 64. 
William (1850), 112. 
William Gregory (1891), 

296, 304. 

William Murray (1352), 
116. 

Keddie 

Alexander (1849), no. 

Keiller (Keilar) 

Alexander G. (1891), 296. 
Patrick (1784), 34. 

Keir 

Patrick (1865), 144. 

Keith 
^ John (1851), 113. 

Norman Coutts (1892), 

297, 3071 3171 326,334. 

Kellock 

David (1849), no. 
Ralph (1820), 64. 

Kelly 

Adam B. (1882), 229. 

Keltie 

John [Scott] (1859), 128. 

Kemp 

Andrew (1785), 35. 
Ebenezer D. (1878), 208. 
Frank (1890), 283, 291, 

300, 309. 
John (1759), II. 
John (1820), 64. 
William (1779), 29. 
William (i 821), 65. 

Kennedy 

Alexander (1806), 51. 
Archibald, Z^r^ (1809), 53. 
Charles Neil (1807), 52. 



Kennedy 

David (1810), 54. 
Donald (1824), 71. 
George (1780), 30. 
HughF. (1815), 59. 
James (1829), 80. 
James (1888), 268, 277, 

285, 293. 
John (1867), 155, 162. 
William (18 1 7), 61. 

Kent 

William Parsons (1837), 93. 

Kermock 

William (1789), 38. 

Kerr (Ker) 

Archibald (1858), 126, 128. 
Daniel (1824), 71. 
David Robert (1891), 289, 
298* 308,318, 327,334. 
George (1780), 30. 
James (1787), 37. 
James (1829), 80. 
James (1852), 116. 
James (1855), 122. 
Kenneth (1852), 117. 
Patrick (1788), 37. 
Robert (1787), 37. 
Robert (1846), 106. 
Thomas (1883), 236. 
William J. (1875), 195. 
200. 

Kettle 

Alexander (1797), 45. 

John (1749). 2- 
Thomas (1758), 10. 



Key 



Andrew (1804), 50. 
James (1867), 154, 161, 

168, 174, 180. 
John (18 1 9), 63. 
John (1895), 324, 332- 
Patrick (1751), 5. 
William (1867), 155. 



392 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Kej'den 

John B. (1804), 50. 
\lllliain (i752)» 5- 

Kibble 

James (1857), 125, 128. 

Kidd (Kid, Kyd, Kydd) 
Alexander (1794), 43. 
Alexander E. (1891), 296. 
Charles (1829), 80. 
David (1876), 199. 
David Russell (1879X ^'^9 

222, 228. 
George ( 1 831), 83. 
John (1834), 88. 
Thomas (1788), 38. 
Thomas (1798), 46. 
William (1835), 90. 
William (1886), 260. 
William Anderson (1864), 
141, 146, 152, 158. 

Kilgour (Killgour) 

Hamilton (1756), 9. 
James (1801), 48. 
John (1820), 64. 
Robert (1809), 53. 
Robert William (1827), 77. 
Roderick (1802), 48. 

King 

Alexander (1789), 38. 
Charles Alexander (1887), 

262, 268, 277, 286, 292. 
David Barty (1890), 283, 

291, 300, 310. 
Edward (1880), 219, 226, 

234, 240, 246. 

John (1787), 37. 
William (1824), 71. 

Kinghorn 

William (1826), 74. 

Kininmonth 

Leonard (1893), 306, 316, 
326. 



Kinipple 

James (1877), 203. 
Walter (1877), 203. 

Kinlocb 

John (1824), 71. 

Kinmont (Kinmond, Kin- 
month) 

Alexander (1817), 61. 
Patrick (1892), 302. 
Robert (1893), 305, 316, 

326, 334- 
Smith (1794)1 43- 

Rinnaird 

Douglas (1803), 49. 
Frederick (1803), 49- 

Kinneax 

John [Boyd] (1844), 103. 
John (1853), 119. 
Patrick (18 1 6), 60. 
Patrick (1832), 85. 4 

Robert Hill (1832), 85. 
Robert L. (1890), 288, 

295- 
William (1880), 217, 224, 

232, 239. 

Kinnes (Kinnis) 

Hairy (1893), 306, 316, 

326, 333- 
Robert (1870), 172, 179, 
184. 

Kinross 

James (1830), 8i. 
Walter (1776), 26. 

Kinsman 

Vivian William (1868), 
160, 166. 

Kippen 

John W. (1892), 304, 

Kirby 

Jeremiah (1794). 43- 



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393 



Kirk 

Alexander (1771), 21. 

James (1783), 33. 

James (1890), 283, 290, 

299» 3091 319- 
John (1812), 56. 

Kirkaldie (Kircaldy) 
George (1780), 29. 
William (1798), 46. 

Kirkland 

James (1851), 115. 

Kirkpatrick 

James (1765), 16. 
Roger (1876), 198. 

Kirton 

William (1824), 71. 

Knight 

Henry (i795)» 44- 
John (1846), 106. 
William (1847), 107. 

Knowles 

James (1892), 301, 306. 

Knox 

Edmond (1825), 72. 
Francis [A. S.] (1825), 73. 

James (1792), 41. 

James (1890), 383, 291, 

299, 310. 
Robert (1778), 28. 
Robert (1822), 66. 
William (1827), 76. 

Kyle 

Harry M'Donald (1888), 
268, 278, 285,293,310, 

319, 327, 335- 

Laidlaw 

James (181 7), 61. 

Laidlay 

William (1839), 96. 



Laing 

Archibald (1829), 80. 
Frances M. (1892), 304. 
James (1750), 4. 
James (1768), 19. 
James Gregor (1896), 329. 
James Hill Williamson 
(1879), 213, 219, 226, 

233- 
James S. (1854), 121. 

John (181 2), 56. 

John (1870), 170, 178, 

183, 188, 192, 197. 

John George (1892), 297, 

307, 317, 326, 334. 
Robert (1875), 194. 
Samuel (1886), 255, 262, 

271. 
William R. (1862), 135. 

Laird 

Joseph (1833), 87. 
William (1756), 8. 
William (i794), 43- 

Lamb 

David (1809), 53. 
George (1825), 72. 
Helen H. (1892), 304. 
Henry (i860), 132. 
James A. (1886), 260, 267, 

275, 282. 
John (1780), 30. 
Robert (1813), 57. 
Walter (1888), 271, 279, 

287, 3oi» 320, 329. 
William (1868), 160, 167. 

Lambert 

Charles (1803), 49. 

Lamond (Lament) 

John (1758), II. 

William (1882), 230, 236, 

244. 

L'Amy 

'John A. R R (1868), 159. 



392 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Keyden 

John B. (1804), 50. 
William (1752), 5- 

Kibble 

James (1857), 125, 128. 

Kidd (Kid, Kyd, Kydd) 
Alexander (1794), 43. 
Alexander E. (1891), 296. 
Charles (1829), 80. 
David (1876), 199. 
David Russell (1879), 216, 

222, 228. 
George (1831), 83. 
John (1834), 88. 
Thomas (1788), 38. 
Thomas (1798), 46. 
William (1835), 9^- 
William (1886), 260. 
William Anderson (1864), 

141, 146, 152, 158. 

Kilgour (Killgour) 

Hamilton (1756), 9. 
James (1801), 48. 
John (1820), 64. 
Robert (1809), 53. 
Robert William (1827), 77. 
Roderick (1802), 48. 

King 

Alexander (1789), 38. 
Charles Alexander (1887), 
262, 268, 277, 286, 292. 
David Barty (1890), 283, 

291* 3oo» 310- 
Edward (1880), 219, 226, 

234, 240, 246. 

John (1787), 37. 
William (1824), 71. 

Kinghorn 

William (1826), 74. 

Kininmonth 

Leonard (1893), 306, 316, 
326. 



Kinipple 

James (1877), 203. 
Walter (1877), 203. 

Kinloch 

John (1824), 71- 

Kinmont (Kinmond, Kin- 
month) 

Alexander (181 7), 61. 
Patrick (1892), 302. 
Robert (1893), 305i S^^i 

326, 334. 
Smith (1794), 43- 

Kinnaird 

Douglas (1803), 49. 
Frederick (1803), 49. 

Kinnear 

John [Boyd] (1844), 103. 
John (1853), 119. 
Patrick (18 16), 60. 
Patrick (1832), 85. 4 

Robert Hill (1832), 85. 
Robert L. (1890), 288, 

295- 
William (1880), 217, 224, 

232, 239. 

Kinnes (Kinnis) 

Harry (1893), 306, 316, 

326, 333. 
Robert (1870), 172, 179, 
184. 

Kinross 

James (1830), 8i. 
Walter (1776), 26. 

Kinsman 

Vivian William (1868), 
160, 166. 

Kippen 

John W. (1892), 304. 

Kirby 

Jeremiah (1794)1 43- 




:dex] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



393 



irk 

Alexander (1771), 21. 

James (1783), 33. 

James (1890), 283, 290, 

299» 309, 319- 
John (1812), 56. 

irkaldie (Kircaldy) 
George (1780), 29. 
William (1798), 46. 

Irkland 

James (1851), 115. 

irkpatrick 

James (1765), 16. 
Roger (1876), 198. 

irton 

William (1824), 71. 

night 

Henry (1795), 44- 
John (1846), 106. 
William (1847), io7- 

nowles 

James (1892), 301, 306. 

QOX 

Edmond (1825), 72. 
Francis [A. S.] (1825), 73. 
James (1792), 41- 
James (1890), 283, 291, 

299, 310- 
Robert (1778), 28. 

Robert (1822), 66. 

William (1827), 76. 

Harry McDonald (1888), 
268, 278, 285,293,310, 

319. 327, 335- 

lidlaw 

James (1817), 61. 

lidlay 

William (1839), 96. 



Laing 

Archibald (1829), 80. 
Frances M. (1892), 304. 

James (1750X 4- 
James (1768), 19. 
James Gregor (1896), 329. 
James Hill Williamson 
(1879), 213, 219, 226, 

233- 
James S. (1854), 121. 

John (18 1 2), 56. 

John (1870), 170, 178, 

183, 188, 192, 197. 

John George (1892), 297, 

307, 317, 326, 334. 
Robert (1875), 194. 
Samuel (1886), 255, 262, 

271. 
William R. (1862), 135. 

Laird 

Joseph (1833), 87. 
William (1756), 8. 
William (i794)i 43- 

Lamb 

David (1809), 53. 
George (1825), 72. 
Helen H. (1892), 304. 
Henry (i860), 132. 
James A. (1886), 260, 267, 

275, 282. 
John (1780), 30. 
Robert (18 13), 57. 
Walter (1888), 271, 279, 

287, 301, 320, 329. 
William (1868), 160, 167. 

Lambert 

Charles (1803), 49. 

Lamond (Lament) 

John (175SX "• 
William (1882), 230, 236, 
244. 

L'Amy 

"John A. R. R. (1868), 159. 



394 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Landreth 

Adam Thomson (1872), 
181, 187, 192, 197. 
Lang 

Alexander Matheson 

(1893), 310. 315- 
Andrew (1861), 133, 137. 
Arthur (1827), 76. 
Ebenezer (1888), 269, 278, 

286, 293. 
John (1887), 261, 270, 

279, 286. 

Langlands 

James (1785), 35- 

Latto (Latta) 

Alexander (18 12), 56. 
James (1836), 92. 
Thomas (1832), 85. 

Lauder 

Thomas (1884), 242. 
William (1849), iii. 

Law 

James (1822), 67. 
William Guthrie (1884), 
242, 249, 256, 265, 273, 

280, 288. 

Lawrence 

David Hepburn (1869), 

165, 172, 178, 183. 
George (1783), 33. 
George (1889), 276, 285, 

296, 322. 

Lawrenson (Laurenson) 
George (181 5), 59. 
John (1815), 59. 

Lawrie (Laurie) 

Alexander (1836), 90. 
Arthur (1873), 185, 191, 

196, 201, 207. 
Francis (1842), 100. 
Henry (181 2), 56. 
Henry K. (1882), 229, 237, 

245» 251. 
James (1763), 14. 



Lawson 

Alexander (1800), 47. 
Alexander (1869), 165, 

171, 178, 184, 189,1931 

197, 202. 
Andrew (1843), loi. 
David (1885), 248, 255. 

264, 272, 280. 
David (1896), 329. 
George (1887), 262, 271. 

279, 286, 301. 
James (1826), 74. 
James Blair (1890), 283, 

290. 
John E. (1816), 60. 
Robert (1879), 213. 
Robert (1882), 229, 237» 

244, 252. 
Roderick (1855), 123. 

Thomas (1797)1 45- 
Thomas (1848), 109. 
Thomas (1857), 126. 

Leach 

John (1849), no. 

Leader 

Robert, >«. (1878), 208. 

Leask 

John (1872), 181, 186, 

192, 197. 
John M. (1878), 208, 214, 

220. 

Leckie 

Norman H. (1868), 160, 
167. 

Ledward 

Thomas Denman (1782), 

32- 
Lee 

Anthony Pius (1833), 86. 

James (1833), 87. 

John, Profsssor (181 1), 55. 

Robert (1824), 71. 

William (1835), 90. 



^DEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



395 



ees 

George (1821), 65. 
George (1871), 176, 182. 
George Turbayne (1878), 

208, 214. 
Margaret (1892), 297, 307, 

317, 3271 334. 

eggatt 

Frank Young (1894), 314, 

325* 333- 

eighton (Lighten) 

Alexander (1889), 276, 

284, 291, 301, 310, 319. 
Alexander (1889), 282, 

289, 295, 302, 312, 322. 
Edward Forester (1891), 

289, 298. 
James (1750), 4. 

eitch 

Andrew (1855), 122. 

Charles (1822), 66. 

John (1863), 139, 142, 
147. 
eith 

James (i779)> 28. 

eitham 

John (1885), 248, 255, 
264, 272. 

ennox 

Charles J. (1868), 160, 167. 
Gordon (1889), 276, 284, 
291. 

eslie (Lesslie) 

Andrew (181 9), 63. 
Cathcart (18 14), 58. 
George (185 1), 114. 
George (1888), 269. 
George Lindsay (1886), 
254, 262, 271, 278, 286, 

294, 302, 311- 
George Stark (1855), 122. 

James (1779). 28. 
John (1781), 31. 
John (18 1 9), 63. 



Leslie (Lesslie) 

John C. (1887), 262, 270, 

278, 292. 
Morice (187 1), 176. 
Peter (1888), 269, 277, 

285, 293. 
Robert Cargill (1827), 77. 
Thomas, Hon. (1830), 82. 
Walter J. (1872), 182, 187. 

Lethbridge 

Tyndall (1854), 120. 

Levens 

John Thomson (1882), 
229, 243, 251. 

Lewis 

George (1824), 70. 
James (1824), 71. 

Lickely 

Alexander (1894), 322. 

Liddell (Liddle) 

Alexander (1839), 96. 
John (1881), 223, 231, 
238, 245, 252, 259, 266. 
John Robertson (1856), 

124. 
John W. (1878), 208. 
Thomas U. (1891), 295. 

Lidderdale 

Robert (1852), 117. 

Lilburne 

John (1846), 106. 

Lillie 

Henry (1889), 275, 284, 
291, 300. 
Lind 
. William (181 1), 55. 

Linder 

Alice Annie (1893), 306, 

325- 
Lucy (1895), 324. 
Reuben William (1891), 

289, 298, 309. 



396 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Lindsay (Lindesay) 

Alexander (1813), 57. 
Alexander Lumsdaine 

(1878), 208, 214, 220. 
Alexander Monypenny 

(1850), 112. 
Andrew (187 1), 175. 
David (1820), 64. 
David (1857), 125, 128, 

131. i35» 138. 
David C. (1845), 104. 

George William Guy (i 886), 

253- 
James (1827), 76. 

James (1838), 95. 

James (1841), 98. 

James (1861), 134, 136, 

140, 143, 153. 
James [Bowman] (1820), 

64. 
James Dickson (1895), 

322, 331. 
Robert (1757), 10. 
Robert (1824), 71. 
Robert (1842), 100. 
Robert (1866), 150. 
Thomas (1823), 68. 
William (1824), 71. 
William (1865), 145. 
William Francis (1844), 

103, 194. 

Linton 

Samuel Thomas (1893), 

306, 316, 326, 336. 
William (1894), 314, 325. 

Listen 

Henry (1784), 34. 
Robert (1852), 116. 

Lithgow 

James S. (1834), 88. 

Litster (Lister) 

David (1775). 25. 
James (1766), 17. 



Litster (Lister) 

James (1868), 160. 
John (1830,83. 
Thomas (i755). 8. 

Littlejohn 

Douglas G. (1827), 77. 
Ford (1827), 76. 
James (1883), 235, 242. 
249, 257, 265, 272. 

Livingstone (Livingston) 
Charles (18 19), 63. 
John (181 1), 55. 
John (18 1 9), 63. 
Peter (1861), 134, 1361 

162. 
William (1841), 98. 

Lochhead 

Andrew (1849), no. 
David (1859), 129, IJ2, 

i35» 138. 

Lochtie 

John (1815), 59. 

Lockhart 

Alexander (1804), 50. 

Charles (i755)i S- 
Norman (1792), 41. 
Thomas (1752), 5. 
William (1823), 68. 

Lockie 

James (181 2), 56. 

Logan 

Alexander (1895), 3^4) 

332. 
George (1786), 36. 
Sarah Caroline (1895), ph 

331- 
Thomas (1787), 37. 

Lonie 

Alexander Charles Oughter 

(1866), 150, 154, 161, 

167, 173. 
James (j776), 26. 
William (1836), 91. 



DEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



397 



x)tfoot 

John (i779)> 29. 

)rimer 

David Lockhart Robertson 

(1893), 313- 
George (1868), 159, 167, 

173- 
Hilda L. (1892), 304. 

John Gordon (1824), 71. 

)rrain (Lorraine, Loraine) 
Alexander (1774), 24. 
John B. (i860), 130, 133, 

i37i 140. 
Joseph (1828), 79. 
Walter (1853), 119. 
William (1823), 68. 

>thian 

Adam (1833), 86. 

)uden (Loudon, Lowden) 
Alexander (1829), 79. 
George (1804), 50. 
Joseph (18 1 9), 63. 

)veday 

Anne (1895), 322. 

)vegrove 

Edwin (i860), 132. 

5W (Lowe) 

Alexander (1768), 18. 
Alexander (1852), 117. 
Alexander (1862), 136, 140. 
Andrew (1765), 16. 
David (1776), 26. 
David (1802), 48. 
David (1837), 93. 
David (1887), 267, 27s, 

282. 
Duncan (1833), 86. 
George (1763), 14. 
George (1831), 83. 
George (1864), 142, 146. 
George Carmichael (1888), 

269, 277, 286, 293. 



Low (Lowe) 

Henry (1810), 54. 
James (181 2), 56. 
James Anderson ( 1 88 1 ), 

224, 229, 236, 245, 252, 

259, 266. 
James Millar (1847), io7- 
John (1753), 6. 
John (1802), 48. 
John (1828), 78. 

Joseph (1790), 39- 
Joseph (1871), 177, 182, 

187, 192, 198, 202, 207. 
Richard (18 13), 57. 
Robert (1801), 48. 
Robert (1827), 77. 
Thomas John (1885), 247, 

254, 262, 272, 279. 
William (1832), 85. 
William (1870), 170. 
William (1870), 171, 177, 

183, 188, 202, 207. 
William (1885), 253, 260, 

267. 
William T. W. (1875), 194, 

200, 205, 211. 

Lowson 

George (1875), 194, 199, 

205, 210, 215, 222. 
William (1888), 275, 282, 

288, 295, 305. 

Luders 

Alexander (1772), 22. 

Luis 

Constance E. (1892), 303. 

Luke 

Alexander (1824), 69. 
Davids. (1866), 149. 
George (1885), 248, 255, 

264, 272. 
Hilda B. M. (1893), 312, 

321. 
John (1839), 96. 



398 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Lumsden (Lumsdaine) 

Ella G. (1892), 296, 307, 

317. 
James (1756), 9- 
James, y««. (1823), 68. 
James, sen, (1823), 68. 
James (1829), 80. 
James (1842), 100. 
John S. (1846), 106. 
John Scott (1887), 267, 

275, 282, 288, 304, 322. 
Robert C. (1848), 109. 
Stamford R. (1846), 106. 
William L. (1844), 103. 

Lunan (Lunnen) 
David (1814), 58. 
George Bell (i860), 130, 

i33> i37i 139. i43i 148, 
i53» 158, 164. 
Robert (i795)» 44- 

Lundie 

Alexander (1895), 323, 

David (1864), 141, i45i 

152, 157, 164, 169, 174, 

180. 
Ella (1895), 323, 332. 
John (1890), 283, 292, 

301. 
William Hannah ( 1 8 5 1 ), 

1 14. 

Lunnen. See Lunan 

Lush 

Ernest M. (1878), 207, 
214. 

Lyell (LyaU) 

Charles (1785), 35. 

David (182 1), 65. 

David (185 1), 114, 121, 

122. 
David Hay (18 19), 63. 
George (1877), 203, 209, 

215, 221. 
James (1826), 74. 



Lyell (Lyall) 

John (1791), 40. 
John (1825), 72. 
John H. (1891), 295,304. 
John Ronaldson (1859), 

128, 131, 133, 138. 
Joseph (1823), 68. 
Joseph (1827), 76. 
Peter (1868), 160, 167, 

i73» 179, 184, 189,193, 

^97. 
Thomas (18 16), 60. 

William (1863), 139, 142, 

i47i i53i 163. 
William Smith (1842), 100. 

Lyon 

Charles (1840), 97. 
David (1853), 119. 
Gabriel (1747), i. 
Hugh [P.] ( 1 851), 114. 
James (1774), 24. 
James H. (1885), 248, 

255. 
Robert P. (1884), 241, 

249i 257. 

M'Adam 

John (1845), 105. 

Macalester (Macalister) 
Angus (1752), 6. 
John (1859), 128. 

M* Alpine 

Hugh (1853), 118. 

M* Andrew 

William Garland (1884), 
242, 248, 255, 264, 273. 

M'Ara 

Robert (i773)» 23. 

M'Arthur (Macarthur) 
Archibald (1754), 7. 
Archibald (1781), 30. 
Campbell M*Intosh (1867), 
155. 162. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



399 



M 'Arthur (Macarthur) 
Donald (1825), 72. 
Duncan (1823), 68. 
James (1853), 118. 
John (1768), 19. 
Peter (1824), 70. 

M'Aulay (Macaulay) 
Alexander (1769), 20. 
Duncan (1825), 73. 
Hector (1765), 16. 
Hector (1883), 236, 244, 
250, 258, 281, 288, 294. 

M'Auslane 

Joseph (1747)1 I- 

M'Bean 

James (18 16), 60. 

MacBeth 

John (1887), 261, 270, 278, 
286, 294, 302, 311. 

M'Caig 

Donald (1852), 116. 
Joseph (1845), i<>5- 

M'CaUl 

Alexander (1806), 51. 
Donald (183 1), 83. 

M'Call 

William (1784), 34. 

M'Callum 

Alexander Murray (1850), 

112. 
Colin (1824), 71. 
James (1872), 181. 
William (1887), 261, 270, 

278, 287, 294,302,311. 

M 'Caiman 

Hugh (1864), 141, 146, 

John (1852), 117. 

M'Cathie 

WiUiam (1832), 85. 



M'Clellan 

Alexander ( 1 85 1 ), 113. 

M'Cliesh 

John (1763), 14. 

M'Clure 

James Campbell ( 1 88 1 ), 
224, 230. 

M'Clyment 

Robert (1824), 70. 

M'CoU (MacColl) 
D. D. (1848), 108. 
Duncan (1889), 276. 
James (1854), 121. 
Neil (189 1), 290, 299 

M'Comish 

William (18 1 2), 56. 

M*Cormick 

Joseph (1786), 36. 

M'Corquodale 

Daniel (1855), 123. 
Donald (1859), 129, 132. 

M'Cosh 

James (1890), 283, 290, 
299. 

M 'Cowan 

John (1876), 199, 204, 210, 
216, 222, 228, 234. 

M'Crae 

John (1869), 166. 

M'Crindle 

Thomas (1834), 89. 

M'CuUoch (MaccuUoch) 

Andrew Jameson (1893), 

306. 
James (1813), 57. 
James (18 15), 59. 
James N. (1856), 123, 129. 

John (1789), 38- 
Robert (1893), 313 
William (1786), 36. 



400 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



M'CuUoch (Macculloch) 

William (1859), 128, 131, 

133, 138. 
William Cox (1880), 218, 

225, 232, 251, 260, 266, 

274. 

M'Currich 

James (1834), 88. 

M'Diarmid (MacDiarmid, 
Macdiarmid) 

Charles (1827), 7^. 

Hugh (1868), 164, 169, 

175, 180. 
James (1764), 15- 
John (i793)» 42. 
John (1855), 122. 
John (1866), 150, 156, 163, 

169, 197. 
John F. (1887), 267, 282, 

289. 

M'Donald (MacDonald, Mac- 
donald) 

Alexander (1789), 38. 
Alexander (1790), 39. 
Alexander (18 13), 57. 
Alexander (181 3), 57. 
Alexander (18 19), 63. 
Alexander (1823), 68. 
Alexander (1830), 81. 
Alexander (1850), iii. 
Alexander (1861), 134, 

137, 140. 
Alexander (1878), 208, 214, 

220, 227. 
Allan (1831), 83. 
Andrew (1791), 40. 
Angus (1885), 248, 256. 
Charles (18 18), 62. 
Charles (1822), ^7. 
CharlesB. (1872), 181,187. 
Donald (1788), 38. 
Donald (1807), 52. 
Donald J. (1884), 242. 
Donald Martin (1882), 230, 

237, 244, 257. 



M'Donald (MacDonald, Mac- 
donald) 

Duncan (1813), 57. 
Duncan C (1830), 81. 
Elizabeth Home Bain 

(1896), 330. 
George Mann (1884), 242, 

249, 256, 265, 273. 
Hugh F. (1843), loi. 
James (1767), 18. 
James (1818), 62. 
James (18 19), 63. 
James (1828), 78. 
James (1851), 113. 
James (1882), 231. 
James (1883), 236, 243, 

250, 258. 
John (1813), 57. 
John (1830), 82. 
John (1835), 89. 
John (1852), 117. 
John (1856), 124. 
John (187 1), 176. 

John A. R. (i892),3oi,3i5. 
John Bain (1895), 323i 332- 
Mary Christian (1894), 321, 

323* 332. 
Nettie (1892), 301. 

Patrick Ogilvy (1879), 2131 

219, 226, 233. 

Peter (1846), 106. 

Ranald (1855), 122. 

Robert (1793)1 42. 
Robert (1828), 79. 
Robert (1870), 171. 
Robert (1881), 224, 231, 

238, 246, 253, 259, 266, 

274, 280, 319. 
William James (1868), 160, 

166, 173, 179, 184. 

M'Donell (MacDonell, Mac- 
donell) 

Donald (18 16), 60. 
John (1826), 74. 
Lewis (1826), 74. 



:ndex] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



401 



M*Dougall(MacDougal, Mac- 
Dougall, Macdougall) 
Alexander (1768), 18. 
Alexander (1799), 4^- 
Alexander (1821), 66. 
Allan (181 2), 56. 
Archibald (1790), 39. 
Colin (1766), 17. 
Henry (1769), 19. 
Hugh (1786), 36. 
James (181 7), 61. 
James P. (1855), 121. 

John (1790X 39- 
Joseph B. (1853), 119. 
Niel (1804), 50. 
Patrick (1763), 14. 
Robert (1826), 75. 

M'Eachern 

Dimcan (1877), 203. 

M'Ewan (M*Ewen, M*Cewen, 
M'Uan) 

Alexander (1781), 30. 
Alexander (1845), 104. 
Charles (185 1), 114. 
Cuthbert George (1883), 

237» 244. 
David (1855), 122. 
Ewen (1845), 104. 
John (18 1 9), 63. 
John (1866), 150, 156, 162, 

168, 175, 179, 184, 189. 
Patrick (1788), 38. 

Macfadyen 

James (1852), 116. 

M'Farlan (M'Farlane, Mac- 
Farlane, Macfarlan, Mac- 
farlane) 

Alexander (1773), 23. 
Alfred (1883), 235, 243, 
250* 257, 266, 274, 281. 
Andrew (18 16), 60. 
Andrew (1889), 282, 289. 
Charles R. (18 16), 60. 



M'Farlan (M'Farlane, Mac- 
Farlane, Macfarlan, Mac- 
farlane) 

David (1871), 176, 182, 

187, 192, 197, 202, 207, 

211. 
Duncan (1770), 21. 
James (1767), 18. 
James (1833), 86. 
James (1882), 229. 
John (1822), 67. 
John (1852), 116. 
John (1861), 134, 137. 
Mungo (1774), 24. 
Mungo (18 1 9), 63. 
Patrick (18 14), 58. 
Patrick J. (1817), 61. 
Poular (1824), 70. 

Robert (i750» 5- 
William (1.854), 120, 129, 

132, 135. 
William D. (1816), 60. 

M'Gibbon 

Joseph (1781), 31. 

M 'Gilchrist 

John (1847), 107. 
Mungo (1846), 106. 
Peter (1858), 126, 128, 

i3i» 134, 138, 141, 
144, 148. 

M'Gill 

Robert (1827), 77. 

MacGillivray 

Finlay (1857), 125, 129, 

131- 
John (1796), 44. 

M*Glashan 

Charles (1887), 266, .274, 

281. 
Donald (1832), 85. 
Lewis (1893), 305, 316, 

326, 334. 



2 C 



402 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



M'Gregor (MacGregor, Mac- 
gregor, M'Grigor, Ma- 
Gregor) 

Alexander (1782), 32. 
Alexander (1852), 117. 
Alexander [Oram] (1881), 
223, 230, 238, 245, 252, 
259, 266. 
Andrew P. (1889), 275, 

284, 292. 
David Robertson (1895), 

323. 331- 
Donald (18 19), 63. 

Duncan (1825), 72. 

George Douglas (1845), ^°4- 

Gregor (1820), 64. 

James (1789), 38. 

James (1793), 42. 

James (1820), 64. 

James (1823), 68. 

James (1839), 96. 

James (1847), 107. 

James S. (1857), 125. 

Jessie Berwick (1896), 335. 

John (1808), 53. 

John (1824), 70. 

John (1832), 85. 

John (i860), 130, 133, 137, 

141. 
John M. (1867), 158, 164, 

169. 
Margaret (1895), 324, 332. 
Patrick (1847), 107. 
Robert (1882), 230, 237, 

244, 251. 
William (1828), 78. 
William (i860), 130, 133, 

137. 
Williaip (1861), 134, 137, 

140, 143. 

M'Hardy (MacHardy) 

Alexander (1852), 116. 

George (1858), 126, 128, 

i3i» 134. 
James F. (1878), 209, 215, 

222. 



M'llchoneU 

Patrick (i775)» 25. 

M'Innes 

Alexander (1832), 84. 
John A. (1890), 288. 
William (1803), 49- 

M'Intosh (Macintosh, Mac- 
intosh, Mackintosh) 
Alexander (1817), 61. 
Charles (1858), 126, 130, 

131. 
Donald (1819), 63. 

Henry J. C. (1866), 149, 

156, 163, 168. 

James (1875), ^9^* 201. 

Katherine D. (1896), 335. 

Robert (1863), 139, 142, 

147, 153- 
Robert (1870), 170, 177, 

183. 
Robert Jack (1896), 330. 
Thomas (1821), 66. 
William (1824), 70. 
WilUam (1836), 91. 
William (1864), 142, 146, 

152, 158, 163, 169, 

174, 180. 
William Carmichael (1853), 

119. 

M'Intyre (Maclntyre, Mac- 
intyre) 

Alexander (1783), 33. 
Alexander (1820), 64. 
Alexander (1850), 112. 
Alexander (1852), 116. 
Andrew J. (1865), 145. 
Andrew James (1839), 96. 
Angus (1837), 94. 
Daniel (1791), 40. 
David Valentine (1889), 

275, 284, 291, 300. 
Donald (1762), 13. 
Donald (1878), 208, 214, 

220, 228. 
Duncan (1848), 109. 



KDEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



403 



d'Intyre (Maclntyre, Mac- 
intyre) 

Elizabeth Anderson (1893), 

312, 320. 
Hugh D. (1876), 199. 
Jane Stuart (1893), 312. 
James (1799), 46. 
James (1826), 74. 
John (1775), 25. 
John (1778), 28. 
John (1823), 69. 
John (1833), 87. 
John (1874), 191. 
Joseph (1752), 6. 
Joseph (18 1 8), 62. 
Malcolm (185 1), 113. 
Neil (1851), 113. 
Patrick (1778), 28. 
Patrick (1788), 38. 
Patrick (18 1 9), 63. 
Peter Stuart (1894), 321. 
William (1844), 103. 
William (1868), 161. 

ilaclsaac 

Patrick (1787), 37. 

rf'Ivor 

Alexander (1844), 102. 

dack 

James (1874), 191. 

rf'Kay (MacKay, Mackay) 
Alexander (1848), 109. 
Alexander (1858), 126, 128. 
Alister Forbes (1893), 314. 
Andrew (1850), 112. 
Andrew (1862), 138. 
Angus (1878), 208, 214, 

220, 227. 
Boswell (185 1), 114. 
Charles B. (1849), no. 
Colin C. (1867), 155. 
Donald (1840), 97. 
Donald (1844), 102. 
Duncan (1758), lo. 



M*Kay (MacKay, Mackay) 
Duncan L.M. (1867), 155, 

160, 168, 174. 
Edward W. (1886), 254, 

262, 270. 
Eric K. F. (1859), 128, 

132, 133, 138. 
Erick Reay (1826), 74. 

George (1822), 67. 

George (1836), 91. 

George (1892), 297, 317, 

326. 
George J. (1886), 259. 
George W. (1878), 208, 

214, 220, 227, 234, 240, 

246. 
Hector (1894), 315. 
Hugh (1809), S3. 
Hugh (1854), 120. 
Hugh (1863), 138, 142. 
James (1776), 26. 
James (18 19), 63. 
James (1875), 198. 
James B. (1866), 150, 156. 
John (1760), 12. 
John (1822), 67. 
John (1833), 86. 
John (1849), III. 
John(i885), 250, 257, 265. 
John George (1884), 243, 

249, 257, 264. 
John Macdonald (1875), 

196, 201, 206. 
John [Scobie] (18 18), 62. 
John Sturgeon (1859), 128, 

131* i33» 137. 
Macintosh (18 14), 58. 

Murdo (1881), 224, 231, 

238, 246. 
Neil (1873), 186, 191, 196, 

201, 206, 228. 
Patrick Robson (1869), 

165, 172, 178, 184. 
Robert (1870), 170. 
Robert Henry (1891), 290, 

298, 308, 318,328, 335. 



404 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



M'Kay (MacKay, Mackay) 
Thomas (1816), 60. 
William (1830), 81. 
William Murray (1854), 

120. 
William Sinclair (1822), 67. 

M'Kechnie (Mackechnie) 
Alexander B. (1878), 207. 
Donald (1840), 97. 
Henry (1840), 97. 

M'Kendrick 

David M. H. (1894), 321. 

M'Kenzie (MacKenzie, Mac- 
kenzie) 

Alexander (1750), 3. 
Alexander (1770), 21. 
Alexander (1782), 31. 
Alexander (1885), 248, 

255» 263, 273, 280, 287. 
Alexander Roderick (1844), 

102. 
Andrew (1873), 186, 191. 
Andrew (1879), 214, 220, 

227, 234. 
Andrew G. (1845), 104. 
Archibald John (1895), 

324, 332. 
Bernard (1755), 8. 
Christopher G. (1828), 78. 
Colin (1799), 46. 
David (1831), 83. 
Donald (1824), 71. 
Donald (1842), 100. 
Donald (1861), 133. 
Duncan (1833), 86. 
Duncan (1843), 102. 
Holte (1781), 30. 
Hugh (1881), 224, 231, 

238, 245, 251, 272, 334. 
James (1822), 67. 
James (1833), 86. 
James (1852), 117. 
James F. (1853), 119. 
John (1769), 19. 



M'Kenzie (MacKenzie, Mac- 
kenzie) 

John (1850), 112. 

John (1870), 170, 177, 

183, 197. 
John (1895), 323» 332. 
John Henry (1836), 91. 
John Robertson (1852), 

117. 
Kenneth (1782), 32. 
Kenneth (1834), 88. 
Kenneth A. (1853), 118. 
Laurence (1831), 83. 
Mark (1799), 46. 
Murdoch (1783), 33. 
Ninian Francis (1853), 119. 
Peter (1865), 145. 
Randolph Douglas (187 1), 

175- 
Robert Dunbar (1883), 

238, 245, 252, 259, 

266, 274. 
Robert M. (1843), ^^2. 
Roderick (1850), 112. 
Roderick J. (1849), i^^- 
Simon (1850), iii. 
Thomas (1820), 64. 
Thomas (182 1), 66. 
Thomas (1874), 190, 195. 
William (1751), 4. 
William (1753), 6. 
William Andrew (1890), 

283, 290, 299, 308, 318, 

335- 

M'Kerchar (M'Kercher) 
James (18 14), 58. 
John (1851), 114. 
Peter (1848), 109. 

M*Kerracher 

Malcolm (1879), 212, 219, 
226, 233, 239, 246,253. 

Mackersy 

Robert Walker (1856), 124. 
130. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



405 



M'Kichan (MacKichan) 

Alexander John (1852), 

117. 
Finlay H. (185 1), 115. 
Peter Niel (1853), 119. 

M ackie 

Alfred William White 

(1894), 315. 325» 333- 
Andrew (1847), i®?- 
Andrew (1864), 142, 146, 

152, 158, 163. 
Andrew W. (1867), 155, 

161. 
Ella (1893), 312. 
George (1843), 102. 
Lindsay (1861), 134, 136, 

140, 143. 
Philip [Jervis] (1834), 88. 

M'Kiech 

Daniel (i775)i 25- 

M'Killichoan 

Zachary (1757), 10. 

M'Killop 

Alexander (1784), 34. 

M'Kim 

Samuel Cameron (1896), 

329- 

M'Kinley 

Alexander (1807), 52. 
John B. (1812), 56. 

M'Kinnon (MacKinnon, Mac- 
kinnon) 

Daniel John (1893), 3^3- 
John<i874), 189, 195. 
Lauchlan K. S. (1877), 203. 
William (1875), 194, 200, 
205. 

Macklin 

George (1800), 47. 

Mackness 

Geoflfrey Marlow (1884), 
241, 249, 256, 265. 



M'Konochie 

Alexander (1765), 16. 

M'Lachlan (Maclachlani 
M* Lauchlan) 
Colin R. (1824), 70. 
Duncan (1823), 68. 
Elizabeth (1893), 306. 

James (1796), 44- 
James (181 2), 56. 
James (1845), i^S- 
John (1802), 49. 
Richard (1824), 71. 
WilUam (1873), 186. 

M'Lagan (MacLagan) 
Frederick (i 758), 11. 

James (i75o)» 4- 
James (1801), 48. 

John (1784), 34. 
Peter (1824), 100. 
Robert (1750), 4. 

M'Lallen 

Patrick (181 1), 55. 

M'Laren (MacLaren, Mac- 
laren) 

Alexander (182 1), 65. 
Alexander (1845), 104. 
Archibald (1822), 67. 
Benjamin (1831), 83. 
Daniel (1887), 261, 270, 

278. 
David (1853), 119, 129, 

132. 
David Duthie (1881), 224, 

229, 236, 244, 252, 259, 

266, 273. 
Duncan (1796), 44. 
Fletcher N. M. (1852), 117. 
George G. (i860), 130. 

James (1785), 35- 
James (1808), 53. 
James (18 10), 54. 
James (1814), 58. 
James (18 17), 61. 
James (1864), 142. 



4o6 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



M'Laren (MacLaren, Mac- 
laren) 

James Shaw (1890), 283, 

291, 300. 
John (1765), 16. 
John (1870), 171, 178, 

183, 188, 193. 
John R. (1864), 141, 146, 

152, 158, 164, 169, 174, 

180. 
Patrick (1779), 29. 
Peter (18 14), 58. 
Peter (1822), 67. 
Peter (1826), 74. 
Peter (1840), 97. 
Peter (1841), 98. 
Robert [G.] (1847), 107. 
Samuel (1823), 68. 
William (1827), 76. 
William (1830), 81. 
William (1843), 10 1. 

M'Laurin (MacLaurin, Mac- 
laurin) 

Henry Normand (1850), 

112. 
James B. (1844), 103. 
John (1834), 89. 

Maclaverty 

Colin (1839), 96. 

McLean (MacLean, Maclean) 
Alexander (1846), 105. 
Alexander (1855), 121. 

Allan (1795). 43- 
Andrew (1848), 109. 
Archibald (1890), 283, 290. 
Archibald [N.] (18 17), 61. 
Charles (185 1), 113. 
Christopher (1888), 269, 
278, 286. 

Daniel (1785), 35- 
Donald (1815), 59. 
George Murdoch (1890), 
283, 290, 299,309, 319, 

328, 335- 
James (1832), 85. 



M'Lean (MacLean, Maclean) 
James (1884), 242, 249, 

256, 265. 
John (1785), 35. 

John (1794), 43- 

John (1848), 109. 

John K. (1882), 230, 237, 

244, 258, 266, 274, 281. 
Loudoun F. (1863), 139, 

142. 
Murdo (1895), 324. 
Norman (1885), 248, 255, 

264, 273. 
William (1824), 71. 

M'Leay (Macleay) 

Colin (1884), 242, 249, 

257, 273- 

Kenneth Alexander (1877), 

202, 209, 215, 227,234, 
240, 246, 252. 

M'Leish (M'Liesh) 
David (1894), 315. 
George (1752), 5. 
John (1761), 13. 
John (1834), 89. 

M'Lellan (Maclellan) 

Hugh (1881), 224, 231. 
Hugh (1887), 262. 
John (1822), 67. 
Patrick (1782), 32. 

M'Lennan (MacLennan, 
Maclennan) 

Donald (1758), 10. 
Donald (1892), 298. 
John (1847), 108. 
Robert (1834), 88. 

M'Leod (MacLeod, Macleod) 
Alexander M. (1888), 268. 
Andrew (1880), 218. 

Angus (1747). I. 

Charles Gordon (1879), 

213, 219, 226, 233,239. 

Duncan Dugald Maclachlan 

(1854), 120. 



rDEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



407 



['Leod (MacLeod, Macleod) 
John MacLeod Hendrie 

(1887), 263, 271, 280, 

322. 
Neil (1885), 248, 262, 271, 

280. 
Norman (1769), 19. 
Norman (1870), 173. 
Norman (1889), 275, 285, 

292, 3oo» 3ii»320, 328, 

336. 
Roderick (1888), 269. 
Walter (1883), 235, 243, 

25o» 258, 266, 274, 281. 
William Archibald (1854), 

120, 122. 
William d'Esterre Roberts 

(189s), 324, 332. 

['Ligh 

William (1750), 4. 

[acmaster 

Alexander James (i860), 
131, 138, 141, 143. 

['Millan (Macmillan) 
Alexander (1825), 72. 
Alexander (1894), 321. 
Charles William (1892), 

297» 307, 318, 327. 
John (1824), 71. 
John (1867), 156, 162, 168. 
Robert (1875), 198. 

I*Nab 

Charles (1767), 17. 
John (1844), 103. 
Robert (1824), 69. 

lacnair 

Alexander Hill (1857), 125. 
John F. (1863), 139. 

f'Naughtan (MacNaughtan, 
M*Nauchten, M'Naughton, 
Macnaughton) 

Alexander (18 14), 58. 

Alexander (182 1), 65. 



M'Naughtan (MacNaughtan, 
M'Nauchten, M'Naughton, 
Macnaughton) 

Allan (1809), 53. 

Daniel (1803), 49. 

Duncan (1781), 30. 

Duncan (1836), 91. 

James (1859), 130. 

James H. (1844), 103. 

John (1783), 33, 

John M*Kerchar ( 1 89 1 ), 
289, 297, 307, 317, 

327. 
Patrick (1820), 64. 

William B. (1885), 247, 
255» 263. 

M'Neil (M'Neill, MacNeill, 
Macneil) 

Alexander (1805), 50. 
Archibald (18 16), 60. 
Archibald (1878), 208, 214, 
220, 227, 234, 240, 246, 

2S3» 259. 
Donald (1784), 34. 
Donald Alexander (1874), 

189, 196, 201, 206. 
Duncan (1805), 50. 
Forbes (1816), 60. 
Hugh F. (1880), 218, 225, 

233» 245- 
James (1771), 21. 

James (1783), 33- 

James (1813), 57. 

John (1782), 32. 

John (1807), 52. 

John Carstairs (1846), 106. 

Lachlan (1855), 122. 

Malcolm (1783), 33. 

M*Nicol(M*Nicoll,MacNicol, 
Macnicol) 

Allan (1829), 79. 
Donald (i7S3)> 6. 
Donald (1780), 30. 

John (1787), 37- 
Nicol (1857), 126. 



4o8 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



M'Nidder 

James (1879), 212, 219, 
226. 

M'Owan 

Duncan (1846), 106. 
James (1883), 235, 243. 
James Mitchell (1850), 

112. 
John (1843), 1 01. 

M'Pherson (MacPherson, 
Macpherson) 

Adam (1863), I39- 
Allan (1828), 79. 
Charles (1798), 46. 
Duncan (1886), 254, 262, 
271, 280. 

Evan (1797), 45- 
Hugh (1827), 76. 
James (183 1), 83. 
James (1887), 261, 270. 
James (1888), 269, 278, 

286, 293, 301, 310. 
John Gordon (i860), 130, 

^33y 137, 140, 144, 148, 

153- 
John Lumsden (1877), 203, 

209, 215, 221, 227. 
Patrick (1785), 35. 
Ranald (1844), 103- 
Robert Alexander Went- 

worth (1824), 69. 
Robert Arthur (1880), 217, 

225, 232. 
Thomas (1889), 282, 288, 

295» 305- 
Thomas Smith (1888), 269, 

278. 

William (1754), 7- 
William (1798), 45. 
William (18 1 8), 62. 
William (1889), 276, 284, 

292, 300, 309. 
William Hay (1883), 236, 

243, 251, 257. 



M'Quarrie (Macquarrie) 
Donald (1891), 289. 
Roderick (1888), 268,278, 
286, 301, 310. 

M*Queen (Macqueen) 
Charles A. (18 17), 61. 
John (1822), 67. 
William (1876), 199, 204, 
210, 216. 

M'Rae (MacRae, Macrae) 
Alexander (1878), 208,214, 

220, 228, 234, 240, 246. 
Archibald (1809), 53. 
Donald (1882), 229, 237, 

250, 258. 
Duncan (1885), 248, 255, 

264, 272. 
Duncan Mackenzie (1889), 

275, 284. 
Edward (1886), 254. 
Finlay (1796), 44- 
John (1827), 76. 
John Corquodale (1844), 

103. 
John Eric (1887), 261, 

270, 279, 287, 294. 
Patrick (1841), 99. 
Robert Scarth Farquhar 

(1894), 314, 325. 
W. Arthur R. (1888), 269. 

M'Reith (M'Reath) 

James (1785), 35- 
James (1874), 190, 194, 
199. 205, 211. 

M'Ritchie 

David (1800), 47. 
William (17 71), 22. 

M'Robbie 

William (1847), 108. 

M'Tavish 

John (1877), 203,209,215, 

221, 227. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



409 



M'Vean (MacVean) 
Colin (1779), 29. 
John (1788), 37. 
Patrick (1759), n. 

M*Vicar (MacVicar, Mac- 
vicar) 

Archibald [D.] (18 10), 54. 
John [Gibson] (18 14), 58. 
Patrick (1854), 120. 
Robert Barr (1896), 329. 
William (1853), 118. 

M'Vitie 

John G. (1874), 189. 

M'Walter 

James (1878), 207. 

M'Whannel 

Alexander (1843), loi. 

M 'William 

James [F.] (1844), 103. 

Mailer (Mailler) 

James (1838), 94. 
Peter (181 1), 55. 

Mailliardet 

William (1820), 64. 

Mair 

Alexander (1770), 20. 
James (1770), 20. 
Robert Bird Robertson 
(1888), 268, 277, 285, 

293- 
Walter George (1889), 276, 

284, 291, 300, 319, 327. 

William (1892), 304. 

Maitland 

Charles (1786), 35. 
David (1847), 107- 
Henry David (1867), 155. 
James Gibson (1863), 139, 

142. 
John (1857), 125, 129. 



Maitland 

Patrick (1786), 35. 
Thomas (1865), 145, 151, 

157. 
William C. (1823), 68. 

Malcolm 

Andrew (1757), 10. 
Andrew Ireland (1759), n. 
David (1777), 26. 
George (18 19), 63. 
George (1832), 85. 
George (1885), 253, 260. 

James (1785), 35- 
James (187 1), 176. 
John (i755)» 8. 
John (1763), 14. 
John (1780), 30. 
Robert (1783), 33. 
Thomas (1829), 80. 
William (1791), 40. 
William (1 8 1 4), 58. 
WilHam (1829), 80. 

Mallach (Malloch) 
Andrew (18 13), 57. 
Andrew (1833), 86. 

Mann 

Charles (1893), 3^2. 

Manson 

George (1835), 89. 
Jol^n (1773). 23- 

Marjoribanks 

Thomas (1827), 77. 

Markham 

James (1775), 25. 

Marquis 

Colin (1813), 57. 

Marr 

John (1839), 96. 
Robert (1776), 26. 
Robert (18 16), 60. 
Thomas C. (1865), 146, 
152, 158, 163. 



410 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Marr 

Thomas Robert (1890), 

284, 291, 300, 309. 
William (1836), 91. 

Marshall (Marshal) 

Adam Stewart (1890), 283, 

290, 300, 310. 
Alexander James ( 1 8 9 1 ), 

294. 
David (1818), 62. 
David (1825), 72. 
David (1850), 112. 
David (1854), 120. 
Ebenezer (1766), 17. 
George (1845), 104. 
George M. (1892), 303, 

312. 

James (i759)> "• 
James (1809), 53. 

John (1779)1 29. 
John (1798), 45- 
John (1824), 71. 
Robert Thomas (1879), 

213, 219, 226, 233, 240, 

246, 252. 
Thomas (1750)* 3- 

Martin 

Alexander Moody Stuart 

(1887), 260, 268, 277, 

286, 293, 301. 
Andrew (1827), 77. 
David (18 1 5), 59. 
David (1831), 83. 
James (1841), 98. 
John (1782), 32. 
John (1817), 61. 
John (1854), 120. 
John (1859), 129, 132, 

135. 
Samuel (1880), 217, 225, 

232. 

Thomas (1766), 17. 

Thomas (1880), 222, 228, 

2 '^4.. 

William (1832), 85. 



Martin 

William (i860), 130, 133, 

i37i 140. 
William J. (1839), 96. 

Mason 

Alexander (1892), 298, 

308, 318. 
David (1792), 41. 
David (18 1 8), 62. 
James (1836), 91. 
James Braik (1887), 267, 

275- 

Masson 

Evan (1852), 116. 
James (1826), 74. 
John (1830), 82. 
John (1864), 142, 146, 

152. 157. 
Thomas (1750), 4. 

Thomas (1830), 82. 

William (1753), 6. 

William (18 1 6), 60. 

William (1845), 104. 

Mather 

Herbert (1858), 127, 129. 

Mathers 

Alexander (1828), 78. 

Matheson (Mathewson, 
Matthewson) 
Colin (i773)» 23. 
Donald (1823), 68. 
Ian Ross (1896), 330. 
John (1761), 13. 
John (i860), 130, 133, 

i37i MO. 
Mary Alice (1892), 298, 

307. 
Murdo J. C (1885), 248, 

256, 272. 

Mathew (Matthew) 

Alexander (1848), 109. 
David (1880), 218, 223, 
23i> 238, 245, 252,259. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



411 



Mathew (Matthew) 
James (1823), 68. 
John (1832), 85. 
Patrick (1774), 24. 
William (1870), 170, 177, 
183, 188, 193, 197. 

Mattos 

Richard de (1893), 3o5> 
316, 326. 

Maule 

Alexander (1778), 27. 
William (1772), 23. 

Maxton 

James (1780), 30. 
John (177O1 22. 
John (1780), 30. 
Patrick (i759)» "• 

Maxwell 

Andrew (1845), i^4- 
David (1765), 15. 
David (1845), 104- 
David S. (1846), 105. 
Hugh (1765), 15. 
James (1850), 112. 
John Argyle (1805), 51. 
Thomas (1827), 77. 
William (1753), 6. 
William Hall (1869), 166. 

Mayes 

Charles W. Z. (1871), 176, 
182. 

Meagle 

James (1854), 120. 

Mearns 

Robert Bums (1880), 218, 
225, 232, 239. 

Meek (Meik) 

Alexander (1886), 260, 

267, 275. 
James (1772), 22. 
Thomas (1784), 34. 



Megget 

Thomas (1796), 44. 

Meiklejohn (Micklejohn, 
Mieklejohn) 

Arnold Hilary (1892), 297, 
308, 318, 334. 

George (i7S5)» 8. 
John (1820), 64. 
Max [John Christian] 
(1879), 212, 219. 

Meldrum 

Alexander (1762), 13. 
Alexander (1788), 38. 
Alexander Lewis (1853), 

119. 
Charles (1857), 125, 129. 
Claud (1763), 14. 
David (1765), 16. 
David (18 19), 63. 
David (1838), 94. 
David [Bayne] (1844), 102. 
James (1872), 181. 
John (1857), 126. 
John B. (182 1), 65. 
John [Hepburn] (1870), 

171. 
Robert (1777), 27. 
Robert (1807), 52. 
Robert (1857), 126. 
Thrift (17 71),' 22. 
William Roy (1846), 106. 

Mellis 

John (1782), 32. 

Mellor 

Charles (1869), 166. 
Constance (1896), 330. 

Melville (Melvill) 

Agnes Easson (1896), 329. 
Alexander (18 17), 61. 
Alexander (182 1), 65. 
Andrew (1791), 40. 
Charles [Nairn Barker] 
(1850), 112. 



412 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Meh-ille (MelviU) 
David (1798), 46. 
Dand (182 1 ), 65. 
Hercules (1801), 48. 
James Moncrieff (1806), 

51. 
Thomas (1767), 18. 

William (1808), S3. 

Menzies 

Alexander (1784), 34. 
Alexander (1866), 150, 

155, 162, 168. 
Allan (1862), 136, 139. 
Archibald (1751), 5. 
Archibald (i 781), 30. 
Archibald (1796), 44. 
Archibald (1872), 181, 186, 

192, 197. 
Archibald (1892), 299, 308, 

317- 
Duncan (1874), 190, 195, 

200, 206, 211. 
George Kenneth (1885), 

247, 256, 264, 273. 
Hugh (1890), 283, 290, 

3oo» 309> 319*328, 335. 
James (18 15), 59. 
James (1843), loi. 
James (1871), 175, 182, 

187, 192. 
John (1820), 64. 
John (1861), 134, 137, 

140, 143, 148, 154, 158, 

164. 
John (1879), 213, 219, 

226, 233, 239, 246, 252, 

259- 
John M. (1889), 276, 284, 

292, 3oi> 31 1» 320, 336. 
Mary Jenny (1893), 306, 
316. 

Robert (1754), 7- 
Robert (1781), 30. 
Robert (181 7), 61. 
Robert (1852), 117. 



Menzies 

Robert (1864), 142, 146, 

152, 158. 
Robert [C] (1862), 136. 
Thomas (1791), 40. 
Thomas (1867), 154, 161, 

168, 174. 
William (1770), 20. 
WiUiam(i778), 28. 
William (181 1), 55. 
William (1886), 254, 263, 

271, 280. . 

Mercer 

Graeme (1776), 25. 
John (1855), 122. 
Peter (1835), 89. 

Merry 

Christina (1896), 335. 
David Bryden (1894), 321. 
Frederick HalLard (1891), 
296, 304. 

Merson 

Andrew Glass (1847), 107. 
Charles (1840), 97. 

Messer 

Adam B. (1853), 119. 

Methven 

Alexander (1794), 43. 
Cathcart (1800), 47. 
David (1870), 171, 182. 
James C (187 1), 177. 
John M. (1872), 180. 
Robert (1757), 10. 
Thomas H. (1852), 117. 
William Lambert (1829), 
80. 

Meyerheim 

Maud (1893), 314. 

Middleton 

Alexander (1869), 166, 171, 

178. 
George (1822), 67. 



MDEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



413 



liddleton 

George Hodgson (1862), 

136, i39» i43» 147- 
James Russell (1859), 128, 

i3i» ^33^ 137- 
Joshua (1784), 34. 

dill (Milln, Millne, Miln, 
Milne, Mylne) 

Alexander (1804), 50. 
Alexander (1840), 97. 
Alexander (1848), 108. 
Alexander A. (1882), 229, 

236, 244. 
Alexander C. (1870), 171, 

177. 
Alexander H. (1832), 84. 
Alexander M. (i860), 130, 

i33» 137, i4o» 148, 154, 

i59» 164. 
Allan (1875), '94> ^^o- 
David (1754), 7- 
David (1756), 8. 
Edward Leadbetter (1888), 

268, 277, 285, 292, 301, 

3io» 319* 327. 
Francis Molison (1892), 

297, 308, 317, 327, 

334- 
George Francis (1858), 127. 

George Gordon (1846), 

106. 
James (1770), 21. 
James (1774), 24. 
James (1824), 71. 
James (1830), 81. 
James A. (1881), 224, 231, 

238. 
James D. S. (1892), 303, 

313- 
James S. (1837), 93. 

James [Strange] (1847), 

107. 

John (1830), 82. 

John (1850), III. 

John (1888), 269. 



Mill (Milln, Millne, Miln, 
Milne, Mylne) 

John Phillips (1894), 315, 

325* 333- 
Louis [G.] (1861), 133. 

Louis Henry (1868), 160, 

166. 

Robert (1806), 51. 

Robert (1852), 115, 118. 

Robert (1880), 218, 225, 

233- 
Thomas (1836), 91. 

Thomas Patton (1880), 
218, 224, 231, 238, 245, 
252, 259, 267. 

Walker (1870), 170, 177, 
183, 188, 193, 198, 202. 

Miller (Millar) 

Alexander (1892), 298, 

316, 325, 333. 
Alexander Lorimer (1896), 

330- 
Andrew (1850), 112. 

Andrew (1872), 182, 187, 
192, 198, 201, 206. 

Archibald James (1885), 
248, 255, 263, 272. 

Charles (1827), 76. 

David (1821), 65. 

David (185 1), 114. 

David (1862), 136, 140, 

151. 158. 
David Bruce (1887), 262, 
271, 279,287, 294,302, 

311- 
David Proctor (1889), 276, 

285, 292, 301,311,319, 

328. 
George (1806), 51. 
George (1834), 88. 
George Waterston (1891), 

296, 303. 
Henry (1769), 20. 

James (i790» 4o- 
James (1801), 48. 



414 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Miller (Millar) 

James (1822), 67. 
James (1824), 70. 
James (1840), 97. 
James (1873), 186, 191. 
James H. (1868), 160, 166, 

i73» 179- 
John (1750), 4. 

John (1755), 8. 

John (1758), II. 

John (1788), 38. 

John (1825), 73. 

John (1841), 98. 

John (1871), 176, 181. 

John (1874), 192, 197. 

John (1889), 275, 284, 

29I1 3001 309>3i9, 327. 
John Charles [Strettell] 

(1874), 190, 19s, 200, 

206, 211. 

Joseph (1856), 123, 129, 

132, i35i 138, 141. 
Mary M*G. (1894), 320. 

Oliver (1826), 74. 

Patrick (1795X 44- 
Robert (1822), 67. 
Robert (1826), 75. 
Robert (1832), 85. 
Robert (1859), 128, 131, 

i35» 137. 
Robert Hugh (1875), 194, 

200, 205, 211. 
Samuel (1823), 68. 
Stocks (1873), 186. 
Thomas (1778), 27. 
Thomas (1825), 73. 
Thomas (1844), 103. 
Thomas (1847), 107. 
Thomas (1889), 282. 
Thomas Duncan (1868), 

161, 166, 173, 179, 184, 

189, 193, 197. 
Thomas Easson (1877), 

204, 210, 216, 221. 
Thomas Scott (1892), 304. 
William (1829), 80. 



MiUer (Millar) 

William Birkmyre (1865), 

144, 151, 157, 163. 
William Brown (1868), 159. 
William Dick (1893), 305, 
316. 

Millie 

David (1829), 80. 
John Wallace (1827), 76. 

Milligan 

George (1840), 97. 
Peter (1837), 93. 
Robert (1767), 18. 
William (1835), 90. 

Millson 

Alvan (1876), 198, 205, 
210, 2i6, 221, 227. 

Milroy 

William Liston (1882), 234, 
240, 246. 

Milton 

John Samuel (1848), 109. 
Walter Thomas (1839), 96, 
130. 

Minty 

William (1891), 295, 303. 

Mitchell (Mitchel) 

Alexander (18 12), 56. 
Alexander (18 1 5), 59. 
Alexander Amot (1873), 
185, 191, 196, 206, 211, 
228. 
Alexander [FerrierJ (1837), 

93- 
Andrew (1794), 43- 
Andrew (1870), 171. 
David (1820), 64. 
David A. (1843), ioi« 
David Gibb (1880), 218, 

225» 233, 239, 245. 
Elizabeth K, (1895), 324, 

George (1880), 219. 



NDEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



415 



f itchell (Mitchel) 
James (1756), 9- 
James (i773)> 23. 
James (1783). 33- 
James (1800), 47. 
James (1830), 81, 269. 
James (1863), 139, 142, 

147, 152. 
James (1891), 289, 299, 

309* 318. 
John (1752), 5. 
John (1772), 22. 
John (1785), 35. 
John (185 1), 114. 
Johnstone (i 871), 177, 183, 

187, 193. 
Joseph (1878), 208, 214, 

220, 227, 240, 246, 252. 
Marmaduke (181 2), 56. 
Peter (1829), 80. 
Robert (1818), 62. 
Robert (1875), 195. 
Robert (1887), 261, 270, 

278, 286. 
Robert Constable (1888), 

268, 277, 286, 293, 302, 

3J'> 320. 
Robert Haldane (1869), 

165, 172. 
Robert MacGregor (1891), 

290, 300, 310. 
Thomas (1824), 70. 
Thomas (1850), iii. 
William (1757), 10. 
William (1768), 19. 
William (1781), 31. 
William (1792), 41. 
William (1824), 70. 
William (1837), 92. 
William A. (1862), 136, 

139, i43» 152- 
oir 

David (1835), 89. 
David (1865), 145. 
David Macbeth (i 87 7), 203, 
210, 215, 221. 



Moir 

George (1850), 112. 
Henry Paterson (1880), 

219, 226. 
James R. (1868), 160. 
John (1883), 236. 
Patrick (1783), 33. 
WiUiam S. (1883), 237, 

244. 
William Young (1847), 107. 

Molyson 

David Lesly (1808), 53. 

Moncreiffe (Moncrief, Mon- 
crieff, M6ncrieffe) 
David (1756), 9. 
David (1801), 48. 
David Scott (1883), 236. 
David Stewart (1790), 39. 
George (1825), 72. 
Hugh (18 1 3), 57. 
John (1758), II. 
John Mitchell (1867), 155, 

162, 168, 174, 180, 185, 

189. 
John Scott (1825), 72. 
Robert Hope (1864), 142, 

146. 
Robert Kirkwood (1865), 

144, 151. 157, 163, 169, 

174, 179, 185. 
Robert Scott (1870), 171, 

177. 
Thomas (1772), 22. 
William (1761), 13. 
William Scott (1824), 71. 

Moncur 

David (i783)» 33- 
James (18 19), 63. 
John (1809), 53. 
John (1827), 76. 
William Ritchie (1831), 83. 

Monilaws 

Andrew [M.] (1854), 120. 



4i6 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Moniot 

John Adolph (1859), 128, 

Monro (Munro) 
Alan (1824), 69. 
Alexander (1750), 3. 
Alexander (1824), 69. 
Alexander Finlay (1895), 

323, 332. 
David (1831), 83. 
David (i860), 130. 
David (1878), 208, 213. 
David (1892), 296, 306, 

317, 326, 334. 
Donald (1888), 269, 276, 

284, 291, 300. 
Ebenezer Gordon (1829), 

80. 

George (1750X 4- 

George Home (1884), 241. 

George Mackay (1893), 

311, 320, 328. 
James (1824), 70. 
James (1829), 81. 
Robert (1862), 136, 139, 

142, 147, 153, 159, 164, 

169, 175. 
Robert (1868), 159, 167, 

i73» i79» 184. 
William (1873), 186. 

Monteath 

James (1830), 81. 
John (1801), 48. 

Montgomery 

George H. (1788), 37. 

Monypenny 

James (i747)» i- 

Moodie (Moody, Mudie) 
Charles (i773)» 23. 
David (1828), 78. 
David Cowan (1832), 85. 
George (181 1), 55. 
George S. (1828), 78. 



Moodie (Moody, Mudie) 

Henry Ferguson (1867), 
154, 161, 168, 173, 179. 
James (1812), 56. 
John (1827), 76. 
John (1831), 83. 
John (1832), 85. 
John (1887), 267, 282. 
John James (1825), 72. 
Robert A. (1893), 3i3- 
Robert Smyth (1824), 69. 
William (1773)1 23. 

Moon 

Alexander R. (1886), 254, 

262. 
Charles (1859), 128, 131. 
James [S.] (i860), 131. 
John (1806), 51. 
Richard (1828), 79. 
Robert (1831), 83. 
Walter S. (1874), 190. 

Moore 

Robert J. Orr (1862), 136, 
140. 

Moorhead (Muirhead) 
Alice M. (1894), 322. 
Robert (1857), 126. 

Moorhouse 

Arthur (1884), 242, 250, 

257, 265. 
James Ernest (1885), 248, 
256, 264, 273. 

Morgan 

Alexander G. (1834), 88. 
Andrew (1845), 105. 
James Peatie (185 1), 115, 

117. 
John (1879), 212, 219, 226, 

233- 
John Thomas (1859), 128. 

Thomas (1846), 106. 

William F. (1882), 230. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



417 



Morris (Morriss) 

Alexander (1836), 91. 
Andrew (1867), i5S» 161, 

168, 174. 
George (1839), 96. 
George (i860), 130, 133, 
137, 140, 144, i49i i53» 

159. 
James (1777), 27. 

John Watson (1834), 88. 

Robert (1818), 62. 

Morrison (Morison) 

Alexander (185 1), 114. 
Alexander (i 861), 134, 137, 
Andrew (1822), 66. 
Andrew (1835), ^9- 
Andrew (1891), 289, 299, 

309. 318, 327. 
Andrew Bell (1838), 95. 
Andrew Bell (1863), 139, 

142, 147, 153. 
Archibald Cameron (1887), 

261, 272, 280, 287. 
Basil Broim (1893), 312, 

321. 
Cameron (1878), 208, 213, 

220, 227, 234. 

Charles (1843), ^o'- 

Charles (1866), 150, 156. 

Colin (1778), 27. 

David (1891), 29s, 319, 

324, 332- 
Edward (1874), 190, 196, 

201, 205, 211. 
George (1783), 32. 
James (1803), 49. 
James (1847), 107. 
James (1874), 190, 195, 

200, 206. 
James M'Call (1880), 217, 

225, 232, 239. 
John (1872), 180, 186, 

192, 197, 202, 206, 212, 

216. 
John (1882), 232, 239. 



Morrison (Morison) 
William (1817), 61. 
William Stalkartt (1891), 
289, 299, 309, 318.. 

Morton 

Andrew R. (1828), 78. 
George (1842), 100. 
Robert (1832), 85. 
William (1873), 186, 191. 

Moss 

Francis (1846), 106. 

Mossman 

Henry Herbert Vicars 
(1894), 315- 

Mowat 

Alexander (1797), 45. 
Magnus M. (1876), 199. 

Mowbray 

WilUam (18 1 6), 60. 

Moyes 

James (1758), 11. 
Laurence (1782), 32. 

Muckersie 

Richard (1879), 212, 219, 
226, 233, 239, 246, 253. 

Mudie. See Moodie. 

Muir 

David W. (1868), 160,166, 
173, 184, 188, 193, 198, 
201. 
James C. (1829), 81. 
John (1825), 73. 
John (1890), 283, 290. 
Richard (1868), 161. 
Samuel (181 2), 56. 
William (1843), 'O'- 

Muirden 

Alexander (i 893), 3 1 2, 32 1. 

Muirhead. See Moorhead. 

Munro. See Monro. 
D 



4i8 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Munsie 

James Thomas (1S93), 314, 

322, J3I- 

Murdoch 

Archibald (1763), 14. 
William (1800), 47. 

Murray (Moray) 

Alexander (1766), 17. 
Alexander (1768), 18. 

Alexander (i795)> 43- 
Alexander (18 10), 54. 
Alexander (1878), 207. 
Alexander (188 2), 229, 237, 

245- 
Alexander John (1851), 

113- 
Alexander P. (1838), 94. 

Andrew (1750), 3. 

Andrew F. (1870), 170. 

Anthony (1785), 35. 

Archibald (1822), 67. 

David (1829), 80. 

David (1885), 248, 255, 

26^ 272. 
David J. (1878), 208. 
David Smyth (1822), 66. 
Douglas (1888), 269. 
Evan John M. (1798), 45. 
Francis D. O. Wolfe (1873), 

186. 
George (1786), 36. 
James (1817), 61. 
James (1826), 74. 
James (1826), 75. 
James (1829), 80. 
James (1848), 108. 
James Alexander (1892), 

297, 308, 317, 327- 
James [L.] (18 16), 60. 
John (1752), 6. 
John (1784), 33. 

John (1787), 36. 
John (1818), 62. 
John (1895), 323. 



Murray (Moray) 

John Brown (1894), 315, 

325. 333. 
John G. P. (1891), 296, 

303- 
John M*L. (1883), 23s, 

243, 250, 258. 

John Younger (1888), 275. 

Joseph (1825), 73. 

Margaret (1893), 305, 316, 

325. 333- 
Patrick (1748), 2. 

Patrick (1770), 21. 

Patrick (1866), 150, 156. 

Patrick S. (1816), 60. 

Peter (1796), 44. 

Robert (1857), 125. 

Robert Fuller (1881), 223, 

230i 237, 245. 
Robert Milne (1870), 170, 
177, 183, 188, 193. 

Thomas (1773). 23. 
Thomas David (1891), 289, 

298, 309. 
William (1760), 12. 
William (1840), 97. 
William (1845), 104. 
William (1861), 134, 136, 

140, 143. 

Mushet 

William (1827), 77. 

Myles 

John (1845), 105. 
Peter (1843), ^^^' 
Thomas (1828), 79. 

Mylne. See Mill. 

Nagel 

David Henry (1878), 209, 
215, 221, 227. 

Nairn (Nairne) 

Charles (1825), 72. 
David (1878), 208, 214. 



NDEX] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



419 



lairn (Nairne) 

James (1764), 15. 

James (1893), 306, 3^6, 

326. 
William (1759), 11. 

lapier 

Robert [D.] (1851), 114. 
William P. (1893), 3". 

laulty 

John (1892), 303. 

leave 

Edward F. M. (1892), 303, 

313. 
George Ballingall (1892), 

297, 307» 317* 326, 334. 
Henry Bremner (1864), 

142, 152. 

leaves 

James [M.] (1861), 134. 

leill 

William Notman (1896), 

330- 

leish 

David (i860), 130, 133. 
David (1861), 134, 137. 
David (1868), 164. 

lelson (Neilson, Nielsen) 
Andrew B. (1845), 104. 
Jessie Nicholas (1892), 

296, 307, 3i7»327. 335- 
John (1778), 27. 

Peter (1802), 48. 

Robert (18 16), 60. 

Robert (1894), 314, 324, 

333- 

Jesbit (Nisbet) 

Robert (18 16), 60. 
Robert (1827), 77. 

less 

David (1882), 229, 237, 
24Si 251, 259, 266, 274. 



Newall 

Thomas Cannan (1862), 

138, 141, 144. 
William [H.] (1870), 171. 

Newbigin 

Lesslie (1873), i^^* 

Newland 

James Small (1884), 242. 

Newman 

Edward (1824), 71. 

Nicholson (Nicolson) 
Angus M. (1878), 212. 
Balfour Stewart (1887), 

261, 270. 
Hugh (1824), 71. 
James (18 16), 60. 
John (181 1), 55. 
John Gunn (1891), 289, 

299. 3oS> 3iS> 327* 335- 
Peter (1872), 181, 186. 

Samuel (1893), 306, 316, 

326, 333. 
Thomas Brown (1885), 

247i 255, 263, 272. 
Thomas S. (1889), 282. 
William (18 13), 57. 
William (1822), 67. 
William Sanderson (18 18), 

62. 

Nicol (NicoU, Nicolle) 
Andrew (1845), 105. 
Archibald (1790), 39. 
Charles (1790), 39. 
David (1848), 109. 
Francis (1789), 39. 
George (1822), 67. 
James (1792), 41. 
James (1839), 96. 
James (1852), 117. 
James (1862), 136, 139, 

143, 148, 153, 158, 164, 

169. 



420 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Nicol (NicoU, NicoUe) 

James (1876), 199, 204, 
210, 216, 222, 228, 234. 
James (1891), 295. 
James B. (1878), 207, 214. 
John (1804), 50. 
John (1845), 104. 
John (1885), 247, 256, 263, 

273- 
William (1780), 30. 

William (1823), 69. 

William (1824), 70. 

William (1825), 72. 

Nimmo 

Adam Prentice (1886), 254, 

263, 271, 279. 
Alexander (1796), 44. 
Elise Jean Provan (1896), 

330. 
James (1854), 120, 132. 

Thomas (1857), 126. 

Niven 

Alexander (18 12), 56. 
Charles (18 18), 62. 
James (18 16), 60. 
James (1827), 76. 
John Coutts (1850), 112. 
Robert (18 10), 54. 
Robert (1867), 155. 
William (18 14), 58. 
William (1824), 70. 

Noble 

Frank Stanley (1882), 229, 

237, 244, 251. 
John Park (1877), 204, 209. 

Nolan 

WiUiam (1817), 61. 

Norie (Norrie) 

George (1765), 15. 
William H. (1842), 100. 

Norisson 

John (1762), 14. 



Norman 

George Cameron (1889), 
276. 

Normand 

Andrew (18 19), 63. 

Norwell 

Henry (1879), 2i3i 219* 
226, 233. 

Oatts 

Charles (1828), 78. 
John H. (1866), 149, 162, 

173- 

Ochterlony 

Charles Metcalfe, Bart. 

(1866), 150. 
Ross Wilkie (1867), iS4t 
161, 167, 173. 

Ogg 

John(i884), 242, 247, 25s, 

264, 272, 287, 293. 

Ogilvie (Ogilvy) 

Alexander (1837), 93. 
Andrew (1828), 78. 
Andrew (1870), 171, 178. 

Archibald (1755), 7. 
Charles (1830), 81. 
David (1771), 21. 
David (1805), 50. 
Duncan (1836), 92. 
Edward Balfour (1862), 

136, 139- 
George (1832), 85. 
George (1866), 150, 156, 

162. 
James (1793), 42. 
James (1824), 69. 
James (1825), 73. 
James (1861), 133. 
James S. (1868), 160, 167, 

173- 
James Smart (1887), 261, 

270, 278, 287, 296. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



Ogilvie (Ogilvy) 

John (1771). 21- 

John (1797), 45. 

John (1814), 71. 

John(i83i), 83. 

John (1884), 1141, 749, 
157, a6s, 374. i8i, a88. 

Patrick (1815), 59. 

Walter (1770), ^o- 

William (1796), 44. 

Wilham (1808), S3. 

William {1847), 107. 

WiUiam (1868), 160. 
Oliphant 

David (1893), 309, 318. 

James {1795), 44. 

James (1823), 68. 

James [S.] (1833), 86. 

John (1830), 8a. 

Laurence ( 784), 34. 

Philip (1824), 70. 

Robert (183a), 85. 

Spence (1770), ai. 

Stuart (1889), 275. 

Thomas (1747), i. 

William (1752), 5- 

William (1830), 81. 
Opp^ 

Adolf Paul (1893), 310, 
314, 325. 333- 
Orchar 

James S. {1871), 175, 183, 
188. 
Ore 

James Alexander ( 1 8 1 8), 
6a. 
Orphat 

James (1824), 70. 

John (i8aa), 67. 
Orr 

James (1888), a68, 277. 

John (1843), loi. 

John Campbell (1868), 161, 
167. 

William (i88a}, 339. 



Osier 

Robert (1884), 343, 
William D. (1891), 395. 

Oswald 

George (i75o),.3. 
George (1838), 94. 
George (1890), 283, 290, 

300. 310. 3'9- 
James (178a), 3a. 
James Alexander (1807), 

James Honeyman (1876), 
199, 204, aio, ii6, aaa, 
228, 234. 

Pack 

Malcolm (1750), 4. 

Page 

David (ia»8), 78. 

Pairman 

William (1788), 37. 

Palmer 

Henry {181 i),ss. 

Panton 

George (1836), 90. 

James (1870), 171, 177, 

183, 188. 
Park 

Geo^e (1861), r34, 137, 

140, 153. 158, 164- 
George (187s), 194, aoo, 

205, ail. 
James (1865), 145, 151, 

157, 163, 169, 175, 180. 

Parke {afterwards Parker) 
Mungo Fairlie (1835), 73. 

Parker 

Alexander (1896), 339. 

ParkhiU 

Alexander (1755)1 8. 

D. (1755). 7. 



422 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Parkin 

Joseph Donald (1896), 330. 

Fasten 

William (1778), 27. 

Paterson (Patterson) 
Adam (1823), 68. 
Alexander (1765), 16. 
Alexander (1858), 127. 
Alexander Craig (1868)^ 

160, 167, 173, 179. 
David (1846), 106. 
David (187 1), 176, 183, 

188, 192, 198, 202, 

206. 
Edith (1893), 306. 
George (1784), 33. 
George (1822), 67. 
Gordon Walker (1878), 

207, 214, 220, 227. 
James (1780), 30. 
James (1820), 64. 
James (182 1), 65. 
James (1861), 134, 137. 
James (1868), 160. 
James (1874), 190, 194. 
Jane A. (1893), 306. 
John (1780), 30. 
John (1851), 114. 
John (1856), 124. 
John Lumsden (1867), 155, 

162, 168, 174. 
John Thomas (1885), 247, 

255» 263, 273, 280, 287, 

294, 302. 
Robert (1763), 14. 
Robert (183 1), 83. 
Thomas H. (1879), 212, 

219, 226. 
Wauchope (1858), 126, 128, 

13I1 134, 13S, 14I1 i43> 
148. 

William (1825), 72. 

William (1829), 81. 

William (1872), 181. 



Paterson (Patterson) 

William [Berry] Shaw 

(1825), 72. 
William Melville (1878), 

208. 

Paton (Patten, Peyton) 
Alexander (18 14), 58. 
Andrew (1786), 35. 
David (1824), 69. 
David (1847), 107. 
Francis (1869), 165. 
George David (1868), 160. 
James (1747), i. 
James (1769), 19. 

James (1777), 27. 

James Alexander (1868), 

160, 167, 172, 179. 
John (1822), 67. 
John Hunter Park (1890), 

283, 291. 

Ninian (i755)» 8- 
Thomas (1807), 52. 
Wimam(i8i2), 56. 
William W. (1890), 287. 

Patrick 

George (1877), 203, 210. 
Henry Niven (1888), 268, 

277, 286, 293, 301. 
James (1884), 241, 249, 

256, 265, 274, 281. 
Millar (1885), 248, 256, 

264, 272, 279. 
William C. R. (1828), 79. 

Pattison 

Alexander Dunn (i85i)» 
114. 

Fattullo 

David (1877), 204. 

George (1794), 43- 
Henry Alexander (1846), 

106. 
James (1832), 85. 
John (181 2), 56. 
Robert (1815), 59. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



423 



Pattullo 

Stewart Erskine (1834), 88. 
William (1854), 120. 
William N. (1892), 303. 

Paul 

Adam (1801), 48. 
George (1825), 72. 
James (1881), 223, 231. 

Pearce 

John (1782), 32. 
Wimam(i785), 35. 

Pearson (Peirson) 

Charles John (i860), 131. 
Colin (1835), 90. 
Dalziel (1865), 145. 
David H. (1848), 109. 
John (1842), 100. 
Robert (1844), 103. 
Thomas (1761), 13. 

Peat 

John Chalmers (1883), 
235, 243, 251, 258, 267. 
Thomas (1786), 36. 

Peattie 

David (1824), 70. 
James (1852), 117. 
Robert (1864), 142, 146, 

152, 15^- 

Peddie 

David (1835), 89. 

John (i79i)» 40. 
John (1835), 89. 
Robert (1846), 106. 
William (1818), 62. 

Peebles 

John(i862), 136, 139, 143, 

147, i53» 170- 
Peter (1885), 247. 

Penleaze 

John (1800), 47. 

Pennell 

James (1849), iii. 



Penney (Penny) 

Alexander (1872), 182. 
Joseph C. (1867), 15s, 161. 
Patrick (1784), 34- 

Pennycook 

Peter (1854), 121, 129, 

132, 135- 

Pentland 

John (1828), 78. 

Peock 

Andrew Leiper (1841), 99. 

Peterkin 

James (1800), 47. 

John Gordon (182 1), 65. 

Lauchlan (1793)1 42- 

Peters 

Charles Smith (1879), 212, 

219, 226, 233. 
James (1789), 38. 

Petrie 

George Ford (1892), 302. 
James Guild (1870), 170, 

177, 183, 188. 
Reginald Ogilvy (1880), 
2i7i 225, 232, 239. 

Petzold 

Gertrud von (1896), 330. 

Peyton. See Paton. 

Philip (Phillip, Philp) 

Colin Bent (1872), 181, 

187, 192. 
David (1830), 81. 
George (1852), 117. 
James (1830), 81. 
Jessy Thomson (1893), 

306, 316, 325, 334. 
John (1813), 57. 
John Fleming (1895), 323, 

332. 
Richard (1849), iii. 
Robert (1869), 165, 171 

178, 184, 188, 193. 



424 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Philip (Phillip, Philp) 

Simson (1833), 87. 
William (1839), 96. 
William (1873), 186, 191, 

196, 201, 205. 
William E. (1887), 261. 
William M. (185s), "I. 

Philipps 

John Erasmus (1882), 229, 

237. 

Philpot 

Hamlets. (1880), 218. 

Phyn 

John (1886), 254. 

Picken 

John (1882), 234, 240, 246. 

Pirie 

Alexander ( 1 861), 134, 136, 

140, 143, 148. 
Alexander H. (1892), 303, 

313- 
George Alexander (1879), 

212, 219, 226, 280. 

Helen Johnson (1894), 320, 

323* 331- 
Robert (1826), 74. 

Pitcairn (Pitcarn) 

Bethune (1828), 79. 
David (1783), 33. 
David (1826), 74. 
John (1871), 176, 182. 
Joseph (1777), 26. 
Thomas (1772), 22. 
William (1826), 74. 

Pitkeathly 

William (1892), 303, 306, 
316, 325, 333. 

Playfair 

Archibald [Lewis] (1854), 

121. 
Arthur (1841), 98. 
David (1833), 87. 



Playfair 

Elliot (1842), 100. 
Frederick Lyon (1845), 104. 
George (1830), 81. 
Hugh James Moore (1883), 

236. 
James (1754), 7. 
James (1768), 19. 
James (1805), 51. 
James (1830), 82. 
John (1762), 13. 
Lyon (1831), 83. 
Patrick (1807), 52. 
Robert Edward (1854), 1 20. 
Robert Haldane ( 1 8 5 o), 1 1 2. 
William (1836), 91. 
William (1847), 107. 
William [Morgan] (1866), 

William Smoult ( 1 8 5 o), 1 1 2. 

Pollock 

Hugh (1763), 14. 

Pomphery 

Alexander (1835), ^9* 

Ponsonby 

Henry Pemberton (1895), 

323. 332. 
William Gledstane (1824), 

70. 
Pool 

William (1793), 42. 

Pope 

Alfred C. (1847), 108. 

Popkin 

John Bennett (1773), 23. 

Pople 

William H. (1879), 213, 
220. 

Porteous 

James (1833), 86. 

James [Lindsay Howieson 

Herbert] (1858), 126. 
Thomas (1840), 97. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



425 



Porteous 

Thomas Binning (1878), 
211. 

William (i749)» 3- 
William (1841), 98. 

Porter 

William Archer (1882), 229. 

Powell 

Francis (187 1), 176, 182. 

Powrie 

George R. (1885), 253, 260 

267. 
James (1830), 82. 

Prain 

John (1856), 124, 141, 144, 

i49> 154, 159- 
Pratt 

Richard (18 12), 56. 
Thomas (181 1), 55. 
William (1851), 113. 

Prentice 

James (1889), 277, 286, 

293- 
Price 

Meredith (1782), 32. 

Primrose 

John (1814), 58. 

Prince 

Edward Ernest (1880), 217, 
225, 232, 239, 259. 

Pringle 

John (1756), 9. 
John (1783), 33. 
Robert (1861), 133. 
Thomas (1750)1 3- 

Proctor 

Christopher (1825), 72. 

Proudfoot 

Frank Gr6goire (1886), 254, 

263, 271, 280. 
John (1831), 83. 



Proudfoot 

Robert Letalle (1887), 261, 

268, 278, 286, 293. 
William (1869), 166, 172, 

178, 184, 189, 193, 197. 

Pryde 

Alexander (1754), 7. 
David (185 1), 114. 
Robert (1859), 128, 131, 

i33i 137, 141, 144, 148. 
Robert (1888), 268, 277. 

Thomas (1869), 165, 171, 

178, 184, 188, 193, 197. 

Pullar 

John Robertson (1878), 
208, 214, 220, 227, 234. 

Purdie 

James (1851), 114, 129, 

i32» 138. 
Thomas (187 1), 175. 

Purdom 

Harry Leman (1896), 330. 

Purves (Purvis) 

David (1784), 34. 

George (1778), »7. 

John (1800), 47. 

John (1835), ^9- 

Robert (1786), 36. 
Pye 

Alexander Greig (1861), 

i34i 136, 1401 143- 
Pyper 

David (1776), 26. 
Lewis (i860), 131. 

Rae 

David Smith (1839), 96. 
Edward (1845), 105. 
Francis (1852), 116. 
John (i793)» 4^. 
WiUiam (1883), 236. 

Raeburn 

James (1848), 109. 



426 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [indbs 



Raine 

Thomas Surtees (1865), 

i45» i5i» i57i i63» 
169. 

Rait (Raitt, Reatt) 
James (1822), 66. 
James C. (1888), 268, 278. 

John (i773)» 23- 

Oswald (1887), 261, 270, 

279, 286, 295. 
Thomas (1762), 14. 
William (1825), 72. 

Ralston 

Frederick George (1892), 
297. 

Ramsay 

Alexander (1765), 16. 
Alexander (1842), 99. 
Alexander,/tfff . ( 1 8 5 4), 1 2 1 . 
Alexander, sen. (1854), 121. 
Alexander (1875), 194, 

200, 205, 211. 
Alexander E. (1850), 112. 
Alexander Keith (1866), 

i5o> 156, 162, 168, 174, 

180, 185, 189. 
Andrew (1788), 38. 
Andrew (1803), 49. 
Charles (181 7), 61. 
Constance M. (1892), 304. 
Daniel (1793), 42. 
David (1816), 60. 
David (1875), 194. 
David (1883), 236. 
David B. (1832), 85. 
David Graham Drummond 

{afterwards David Ogilvy- 

Ramsay) (1847), 107. 
George (1826), 74. 
Graham (1820), 64. 
Henry (1831), 83. 
Hugh (1846), 106. 
Hugh Francis (1851), 114. 
James (1769), 20. 



Ramsay 

James (1825), 72. 
James (1838), 94. 
James (1859), 128, 131 

i33i 137- 
James (1870), 172, 178. 

John (1748), 2. 

John (1765), 16. 

John (1840), 97. 

John (1842), 100. 

John (1843), loi. 

John (1846), 106. 

John (1886), 254, 262 

272, 279. 
John M. (1887), 262. 
John M'Tavish (1888), 26J 

277. 285, 293,302,31] 

320, 328. 
John Scott (1859), 12I 

13I1 133. 137. 
Joseph (1858), 126, 12I 

131- 
Malcolm (1821), 65. 

Marmaduke (181 1), 55. 

Maxwell Ogilvy (1882 

231, 238, 246. 
Robert (1791), 40. 
Robert (1800), 47. 
Robert (185 1), 114. 
Robert John (1893), 31 

321. 
Robert Sparks (1890), 2? 

291, 300, 309. 
William (1767), 18. 
William (1778), 27. 
William (1834), 88. 
William (1841), 98, 
William (1848), 109. 
WiUiam (1886), 254, 27 

Rankin (Rankine, Ranken] 
Alexander C. (1833), ^^ 
John (1766), 17. 
John (1826), 75. 
John (i860), 132. 
Robert (1824), 71. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



427 



Rankin (Rankine, Ranken) 
Thomas (1768), 19. 
William (1766), 17. 
William (1887), 266, 274, 
281. 

Rathbone 

Edward (1880), 221, 225. 
Henry G. (1880), 218. 

Rattray 

Alexander (1849), no. 
David (1761), 13. 
David (1842), 100. 
Henry (1761), 13. 
James (1824), 70. 
Thomas (1825), 73. 
William (1841), 98. 

Ravenshaw 

John (1890), 283, 290. 

Rawlinson 

William Bright (1888), 269. 

Readdie 

John (1871), 177, 182, 188. 

Readman 

James (1864), 142. 

Reatt. Sec Rait. 

Louis (1875), '9Si *oo. 

Reece 

Marian Louise (1895), 323. 

Reekie 

Hay (1770), 21. 
James Millar (1866), 150, 
156, 162, 168, 174, 198, 
202, 207. 
Reid 

Adam (1825), 73. 
Alexander (1781), 30. 
Alexander (18 48), no. 
Andrew (181 1), 55. 
Archibald (1861), 134, 
136, 140, 143. 



Reid 



Charles (i860), 130, 133, 

137, 140. 
Charles (1889), 276, 285, 

2921 303> 312. 
David (i757)» lo- 
David (1824), 70. 
David (1853), 118. 
David (1858), 126, 128, 

13I1 134. 
David (1877), 204. 

David (1882), 230, 236, 

244, 251. 
David L. (1877), 203. 
David S. (1845), 105. 
Dugald (1837), 93. 
Edward (1825), 73. 
George (181 2), 56. 
George Reynolds Sommer- 

ville (1888), 269, 277, 

285, 293. 
Henry (185 1), 114. 
Henry (1881), 223. 
Henry Martin Beckwyth 

(1872), 181, 187, 192, 

197, 202, 206, 211. 

James (i77S)» 25. 
James (1815), 59. 
James (1824), 69. 
James (1827), 76. 
James (1864), 142, 146. 
James (1872), 181. 
Jane Craig Clark (1893), 

305. 316, 325. 
John (1813), 57. 
John (18 1 3), 57. 
John (1822), 67. 
John (1843), 100. 
John (1843), 10 1. 
John (1847), 108. 
John (1881), 223, 231, 

238, 246. 
Joseph Gilzean (1890), 283, 

291. 
Kenneth Lyle (1891), 290, 

299, 310. 



428 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Reid 

Peter (1847), 107. 
Robert (1853), 119. 
Thomas (1824), 71. 
Thomas (1826), 75. 
Thomas (1862), 135. 
Thomas (1885), 253, 260. 
Thomas C. (1865), 145, 

William (1747), i. 
William (1780), 30. 
William (1808), 53. 
William ( 1 821), 65. 
William (1825), 72. 
WUliam (1830), 82. 
William (1841), 98. 
William (1885), 248, 256, 

263, 272, 280. 
William (1891), 291, 299, 

309- 

Rennie (Renny) 

Alexander (1847), 107. 
Charles M. (1815), 59. 
William (1834), 88. 
William (1857), 126. 

Renton 

Alexander (1768), 18. 
Hepburn (1824), 71. 
John (1788), 38. 

Renwick 

Isaac Parker Anderson 

(1859), 128, 131. 
Robert (1831), S;^. 

Reynolds 

Playford (1859), 128, 131. 

Rhind 

Henry (1867), 155. 

Riach 

John (1798), 46. 

Richard 

Robert A. C. (1857), 125. 
Thomas (1823), 69. 
William (1755), 8. 



Richardson 

David (1762), 13. 
David (1794), 43- 
Henry [Gresham Stewart] 

(1861), 134. 
John (1752), 6. 
John (1894), 321. 
Peter (1842), 100. 

Richmond 

James (1849), ^'o* 

RiddeU 

George James (1774), 24. 
Henry (1825), 73. 
James (1867), 155. 
Robert (1772), 22. 

Riddich 

Alexander (1823), 68. 

Rigg 

James (1798), 46. 

Rintoul 

Alexander (1785), 35. 

David (1822), 67. 

David (1877), 203, 209, 

215, 221. 
Robert (1761), 12. 
Robert (1855), 122. 

Ritchie (Ritchy, Richey) 
Alexander (182 1), 65. 
Alexander (187 1 ), 175, 183, 

187, 192, 198. 
Allan Marshall (1895), 3^4* 
Charles John (1874), 190, 

195, 200, 206, 211. 
David (1770), 21. 
David (1779), 29. 
James (1893), 312. 
John (1751). 5- 
John (1861), 134, 137, 

140, 143, 148, 153, 159, 

164. 
John (1880), 217, 224, 

2 ^2 2 ^8, 
John W. (1868), 160, 166. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



429 



Ritchie (Ritchy, Richey) 

Maurice (1756), 9. 

Richard Spenser (1874), 
i9o» i95> 200, 205, 210, 
215, 222, 228, 234. 

William (1766), 17. 

William (1770), 21. 

William (1831), 83. 

Winnie Kate (1893), 313, 

321, 329. 

Riviere 

Clive (1887), 261. 

Hugh Goldwin (1882), 229, 

235, 243, 250, 258. 
Philip Lyle (1892), 303, 

312, 321. 

Robb (Rob) 

David Constable (1865), 

i45» 151. i57i 163, 169. 
James (1825), 73. 
James (1828), 78. 
James (1881), 223, 231, 

238, 245, 252, 259, 266, 

274, 319* 334. 
James Barry (1887), 267, 

288, 293, 305, 310, 

321. 
John (1868), 164, 170, 

175, 180. 
Patrick (1757), 10. 
William (1759), 11. 
William (1851), 114. 

Roberts 

Hugh Sharpe (1896), 329. 
James (i860), 132, 135, 

138. 

Robertson (Robertsone) 
Adam (1821), 65. 
Alexander (1765), 16. 
Alexander (1771), 21. 
Alexander (1803), 49. 
Alexander (18 17), 61. 
Alexander (1851), 114. 
Alexander (1852), 117. 



Robertson (Robertsone) 

Alexander (1861), 134, 
136, 140, 143, 148, 154, 

159. 
Alexander (1864), 143. 

Alexander Campbell (1885), 

248, 256, 264, 279. 

Allan (1768), 19. 

Allan (1862), 136. 

Andrew (1805), 51. 

Andrew (1828), 79. 

Andrew (1854), 121. 

Andrew (1895), 323, 331. 

Arthur Stewart (1894), 322. 

Charles (1748), 2. 

Charles G. (1828), 78. 

Charles M. (1892), 304, 

313- 
David (1802), 49. 

David (1857), 126. 

David (1862), 136, 140^ 

143, 147, 158. 

David (1885), 247, 25s, 263. 

David Rae (1864), 141, 

146, 152, 158, 164, 169, 
175, 180. 

Douglas (1852), 117. 
Duncan (1878), 208, 219, 
226, 233, 240, 246, 253. 
Duncan (1888), 268, 277. 
Edmund (1863), 139, 142, 

147, 152. 
Henry (1790), 39. 

James (1748), 2. 

James (1760), 12. 

James (1772), 22. 

James (1784), 34. 

James (1792), 41. 

James (1793). 42. 
James (1796), 44. 
James (1804), 50. 
James (1805), 51. 
James (1805), 51. 
James (1809), 53. 
James,>«. (1809), 53. 
James (1825), 73. 



430 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Robertson (Robertsone) 
James (1829), 80. 
James (185 1), 114. 
James (1854), 121, 129, 

132, I3S- 
James, yirn. (1859), 129. 

James (1878), 209, 215, 

222. 
James (1887), 261. 
James (1892), 303. 
James B. (1849), iii. 
James G. (1870), 171. 
James Gaul (1855), 122. 
James Goodlet (1888), 270, 

279, 287, 294,302,311, 

320. 
Jane W. (1892), 303. 
Jessie Barclay (1896), 335. 

John (i75o)» 4. 
John (1755), 8. 
John (175s), 8. 

John (i794)» 43- 
John (18 10), 54. 
John,>«. (1825), 72. 
John, sen, (1825), 72. 
John (1830), 82. 
John (1840), 97. 
John (1864), 142, 146. 
John (1868), 160, 166, 

172, 179. 
John(i885), 248, 255, 265. 
John Anderson (1827), 76. 
John M. (1862), 138. 
John Spence (1866), 150, 

156, 162, 169, 174, 180, 

189. 
Malcolm (1820), 64. 
Patrick (1820), 64. 
Peter (1847), 107. 
Robert (1756), 9. 
Robert (1770), 20. 
Robert (1771), 22. 
Robert (1862), 136, 140, 

143, 148, 153, 158, 164. 
Robert (1885), 248, 255, 

263, 273. 



Robertson (Robertsone) 
Robert D. (1888), 268. 
Robert J. (1806), 51. 
Thomas Lennie (1830), 82. 
Walter James (1886), 253, 

262, 272, 279. 
Wemyss (1764), 15. 
William (1774), 24. 
Waiiam (1786), 36. 
William (1803), 49. 
WilUam (1827), 76. 
William (1869), 166, 172, 

178, 184, 189, 193,202. 
William (1875), 194, 200, 

205, 2X1, 216. 
William M. (1862), 135, 

139, 143- 

Robinson 

John (1854), 121. 
Samuel (1852), 115. 

Robson 

John (1858), 126, 128. 

Rocheid 

Carl von (1870), 171, 178. 

Roddan 

John (1824), 70. 

Roddick 

George (1849), "o* 

Roger (Rodger) 

Alexander M. (1888), 275. 
Charles (1832), 85. 
Charles (1839), 96. 
Charles [F.] (186 1), 134. 
David (1889), 276. 
Fordice (1785), 35. 
George Guthrie (1884), 
241, 249, 256, 264, 273. 
James (1781), 30. 
John (1780), 30. 
Robert (1832), 85. 
Thomas (1849), in. 
Thomas Rodger (187 1), 

176, 181, 188. 
William (1797), 45- 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



431 



Rogers 

Thomas (1778), 27. 
William (1798), 46. 

RoUo 

George (1773), 23. 
John (1828), 78. 

Romilly 

Cosmo (1863), 139, 142. 

Ronaldson 

John (1834), 88. 

Rose 

Alexander (1822), 66. 
David (1849), iio* 
David George (1884), 241, 

249. 257, 265, 273. 
Donald Stewart (1891), 

294, 302, 311. 
Eliza Chrystal (1895), 324. 
Hugh (1794), 43. 
James Christie (1890), 284, 

290, 300. 
James M. (185 1), 113. 
Katherine Bailhe Cargill 

(1895), 324. 
Lauchlan (1883), 235, 244, 

250, 258, 273. 

Richard (1785)1 35- 
Robert (1894), 314, 325, 

333- 
Ross 

Alexander (186 1), 135. 
Alfred C. (1868), 161. 
Angus (1841), 98. 
Charles Beveridge (1876), 

202, 207, 212. 
Charles C. (1863), 139, 

142, 147. 

David (i860), 130, 140, 

143, 147, 153, 158, 164. 
David (1886), 254. 
Edwin C. (1865), 144. 
Evan (1874), 189, 196. 
George (1855), 122, 129, 

132, i35i 138, 141- 



Ross 

James (i860), 130. 

John (1750). 4. 

John (1792), 41. 

John (1890), 283, 290, 

299, 309. 
John A. (1880), 218. 

Joseph W. (1877), 204, 

210, 215, 222, 228. 

Munro (1767), 18. 

Robert (1844), 103. 

Robert (1863), i39, 142, 

i47i 153- 
Robert I. (1853), 119. 

Walter (1846), 106. 

Walter R. (1852), ii8. 

William (1753), 6. 

William (1832), 85. 

William (1849), i'o« 

William (1859), 129. 

Rothney 

Alexander E. (1868), 161, 
167. 
Roy 

Alexander (1758), 10. 

Andrew (182 1), 65. 

Andrew (1854), 121, 129, 

132, 135- 
James (18 17), 61. 

Ruddach 

George (1824), 69. 

Rundle 

Henry [M. L] (1872), 181. 

Rusack 

David Welsh (1892), 298, 

308, 317, 327. 
Henrietta Wilhelmina 

(1895), 323, 332. 

Russell (Russel) * 

Alfred C. (1890), 288. 
Andrew (1836), 91. 

David (1747), I. 
David (1826), 74. 
George (1832), 85. 



432 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Russell (Russel) 

George (1848), 109. 
George Alexander (1877), 

203, 209, 215, 222. 
Helen Alexander (1892), 

297, 308. 
James (1822), 67. 
James (1859), 130. 

James (1867), ^54i i^** 

167. 
John (1827), 76. 
John (1854), 120. 
John A. (1833), 87. 
Matthew (1869), 166. 
Michael Alexander (1891), 

289, 298, 309. 
Oliver (1836), 91. 
Robert (1778), 28. 
Robert (1825), 73. 
William (1822), 67. 

Rust 

Margaret (1894), 314, 324, 

333- 

Ruston 

Margaret Elsie (1893), 306. 

Rutherford 

Andrew (18 14), 58. 
James (1859), 129. 
John (1767), 18. 
John (1839), 96. 
John (1859), 128. 
John (1861), 134. 
Walter (1873), '86. 
William (1866), 150. 
William Gunion (1868), 

160, 167, 172, 179, 

184. 

Ruxton 

Robert A. (1880), 218, 
225. 

Salisbury 

James (1848), 109. 



Salmond (Salmon) 

Alexander (1769), 20. 
Robert (1846), 106. 
Thomas G. (1864), 143, 

146, 152, 157. 
WiUiam (187 1), 176, 182, 

187, 193- 
WiUiam (1888), 275, 282, 

288. 

Sampson 

John (1838), 94. 

Samuel 

Patrick (1847), 107- 

Samuelson 

Gerald Septimus (1882), 
229. 

Sandeman 

John (1769), 20. 

Sandie 

George (1800), 47. 

Sandison 

Magnus (1872), 181, 187. 

Sangster 

John (1804), 50. 

Sapi6ha 

Lion (1869), 166. 

Saunders (Sanders) 
Allan (1777), 26. 
James (1770), 21. 
James (1849), ^'o* 
John (1822), 66. 
Paterson (1790), 39. 
Paterson (1824), 69. 
William (1880), 218, 224, 
232, 239. 

Savile 

David (1787)1 37- 

Schleselman 

James (1885), 253, 271. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



433 



Scotland 

David (1873), 185, 191, 

196, 201, 207, 212. 
James S. (1858), 126. 
Scott (Scot) 

Alexander (1802), 48. 
Alexander (186 1 ), 134, 137, 

140, 143. 
Alexander [Inglis] (1882), 

230* 237, 244, 251, 266, 

274, 281. 
Andrew (1756), 9. 
Andrew N. C. (1877), 204, 

209. 
Andrew Sidney Dingwall 

(1881), 223, 230, 237, 

245i 253i 259» 267, 274. 
Archibald (1870), 170, 178. 
Burton (1797), 45- 
Charles (1757), 10. 
Charles (1824), 69. 
Charles (1835), 89. 
Clement Murray (1889), 

276, 285, 292, 301, 

309- 
David (1758), II. 

David (1825), 72. 

David William (1884), 241, 

261, 270, 279, 287, 293. 
Ellen Charlotte (i 894), 315. 
Ellen Gillespie (1896), 330. 
Ernest [F.] (1852), 117. 
Evelyn (1892), 305. 
Francis (1872), 181. 
George (i756)> 9- 
George (1806), 51. 
George (1894), 322. 
George Addison (1883), 

236. 
Henry (1831), 83. 
James (1761), 13. 
James (1791), 40. 
James (i795)» 44- 
James (1797), 45- 
James (1808), 53. 
James (182 1), 65. 



I Scott (Scot) 

James (1825), 73, 
James (1828), 79. 
James (1849), iii. 
James (1895), 328. 
James Corse (1825), 73. 
James M'Glashan (1889), 

276, 283, 290, 300, 310, 

320, 328, 335. 
James Paterson (1895), 

324, 33^' 
James Robert (1882), 230. 

James Walter Montague 

(1S95), 322, 331- 
John (1756), 9. 
John (1765), 16. 
John (1835), 89. 
John (1857), 124. 
John(i857), 125, 129, 132, 

135- 
John (1874), 190. 

John (1876), 199, 204, 210, 

216. 

John B. (1885), 247. 

John Bain (1857), 126, 129. 

Richard (1801), 48. 

Robert (i753)» 6. 

Robert (1758), 11. 

Robert (1822), 67. 

Robert (1854), 121. 

Robert (1857), 125, 129, 

i3i> i35» 138, i4i» 143- 
Robert (1892), 297, 307, 

317. 
Thomas (1759), 11. 
Thomas (1770), 21. 
Thomas (1784), 34. 
Thomas (1835), 89. 
Thomas (1896), 329. 
William (1771), 22. 
William (1822), 67. 
William (1854), 121. 
William (1883), 235, 243, 

251* 258. 
William (1893), 30^1 3^6, 

324. 
E 



434 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Scott (Scot) 

William Dundas (1863), 

140. 
William Robert (1896), 331. 
William R. Addison (1887), 

260. 

Scrimgeour 

Daniel (i860), 130, 133, 
137, 140, 143, 148, 153, 

158. 
Frederick John (1894), 320. 

James (1893), 313, 320. 

John Cockbum (1884), 242, 

248, 255, 263, 273. 

Robert (1845), 105. 

William (1895), 324, 332. 

Seater 

Thomas (1844), 103. 

Seath 

George Allan (1889), 276, 
284, 292, 301, 311, 320, 

329- 

Selbie 

George (1852), 116. 

Selkirk 

Alexander (1827), 76. 

Sellar 

James (1841), 99. 

Sellars 

George (1892), 298, 308, 

318. 

Seton 

Christopher (1770), 21. 
John (1758), II. 

Severn 

Gustave (1885), 248, 256. 

Shand 

Alexander (1825), 72. 
Henry (1756), 9. 
John (1772), 22. 
William Goold (1828), 78. 



Sharp (Sharpe, Shairp) 

John (1872), 183, 188,193, 

198, 202, 207. 
John Campbell (1875), 195, 

201. 
Robert (1825), 73. 
Thomas (1831), 83. 
William (1847), 107. 
William (1853), 119. 
William (1884), 241, 249, 

257, 264. 

Shaw (Schaw) 

Alexander (1750), 3. 

Andrew (i754)« 7- 
Charles (181 1), 55. 
George (1755), 8. 
George (1760), 12. 
George (1802), 48. 
George (1830), 81. 
George (1833), 86. 
Henry W. (18 10), 54. 
Hugh (1754), 7. 
James (1748), 2. 
Robert (1762), 13. 

Robert [R.] (i794)> 43- 
Walter (1836), 91. 
William (1791), 40. 

Shepherd 

Alexander (1846), 105. 
Frederick Peter (1888), 

270, 278, 286, 293, 301, 

310. 
Henry George (1865), 145, 

i5i» i57i 163. 
John (1820), 64. 
Matthew (1828), 79. 
Thomson Chiene (1876), 

199. 

Sherriffs 

John (1775). 25- 

Shettle 

George Thomas (1882), 

229i 237, 244, 251- 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



43S 



Sbiel 

William (1779), 28. 
Shield or Shields 

James (1814), 58. 
Shirraa 

Andrew (i8ia), 56. 
Sibbald 

Alice (1896), 335. 

Helen B. (1896), 335. 
Sidey 

Walter H. (1857), 125. 
Stiver 

George (1874), 190. 
Sim (Simm) 

David (1767), 18. 

David (1808), 52. 

James (1851), 114. 

James Milne {1799), 46. 

Robert (1812), 56. 

Thomas (1856), 124. 

Walter {1780), 30. 

William A. (1879), 213, 
219, 326, 233. 

Sime (Syme) 

Andrew (1SS3), 235, 243, 
250, 258, 266, 274, 281. 

David (1826), 75. 

Ebenezer (1841), 98. 

George (1827), 76. 

George A. (1840), 98. 

James {1855), 122. 

John (,852). 1.7. 

John(i86i), 134, 136. 

John (1892), 297, 307, 317, 
3'6, 334. 

William <i793), 4a. 
Simmers 

Colin (1757), 10. 

William (1882), 330, 236, 
244, as>- 
Simmie 

James (1778), 28. ' 



Simpson (Simson) 

Alexander (1808), 53. 
Alexander(i866), 150, 156, 

162, 168. 
Alexander K. (1845), 104. 
David (1849), no. 
Donald M. (1852). 117. 
George (1843), loi. 
Geoige H. (1892), 298, 

307- 
James (1753), 6. 
James (1819), 63. 
James (1829), 80. 
John Robertson (1896), 

329- 
Joseph P. (1838), 95. 
Patrick (1748), 2. 
Robert {1748), 2. 
William (1799), 46. 
William (1821), 65. 
William (1827), 76. 
William (1888), 273, 380, 

287. 

Sinclair {St Clair) 

Alexander (1885), 350, 

257, 264. 
Allan John L. (1883), 337, 

244, 
Allan MacGregor (r894), 

315- 
Donald (18 16), 60. 
Duncan (1886), 360, 267, 

a7S- 
George (1859), 128. 
Henry C. (r867), 155, 

161. 
James (r834), 88. 
John(i77i), 31. 
John A. (1875), 19s, 200, 

205, 3IT, 216, 333, 338. 
Robert (1834), 70. 
William (1771), 21. 

Singer 

Archibald (1768), 19. 



436 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Sinton 

David Campbell ( 1 889), 

27s, 284, 291. 
George (1877), 203. 
Thomas (1874), 190, 195, 

201, 206, 212, 217, 222. 

Sivright 

Charles (1783), 33- 

Skae 

David (1828), 78. 
William (1827), 76. 

Skeat 

Bertha Marian (i892)» 298. 

Skelton 

James (18 13), 57. 

Skene 

Alexander Reid (1854), 121. 
Charles (1817), 61. 
William Forbes (1825), 73. 

Skinner 

James (1824), 70. 
John Robert (1835), 89. 
Robert (1801), 48. 
Thomas (1750), 4. 
Thomas (1830), 82. 

Skirving 

David (1856), 124. 

Sloan (Sloane) 

John (1824), 70. 
John (1856), 124. 
William (1871), 177. 
WiUiam C T. (1858), 126, 
128. 

Small 

Alexander (1754), 7. 
Alexander (1796), 44. 
Alexander (1843), i^^* 
Andrew (1827), 76. 
David (1824), 69. 
David J. (1896), 331. 
James (1797), 45. 
John (1763), 14. 



Small 

John (1827), 77. 

John Lumsdaine (1843), 

lOI. 

John S. (1853), 119, 129, 

132, i35» 13S. 
Robert (1852), 117. 

William (1840), 97. 

Smart 

George (1871), 176, 182, 

187, 193- 
James (1779), 29. 

James (1856), 124. 

John (182 1), 66. 

John Semple (1886), 254, 

261, 271, 278, 287, 300. 

Smeaton (Smieton, Smyttan) 
David (1849), iio* 
Donald Mackenzie (i860), 

130. 133. i37i 141, 143- 
George (1803), 49. 

James (1847), 107. 

James (1849), no. 

Robert (1862), 136, 140, 

i43i 148. 
Thomas (1841), 99. 

WUliam Macnab (1866), 
ISO- 
Smith (Smithe, Smyth) 

Alexander (1812), 56. 

Alexander (1844), 102. 

Alexander B. (1891), 289, 
297. 

Alexander Blairford (1885), 
247, 2S5» «63, 272. 

Alexander M. (1833), 87. 

Andrew (1779), 29. 

Andrew (1790), 39. 

Andrew Blowers (1823), 68. 

Archibald Lumsdaine Pent- 
land (1886), 254, 263, 
272, 280, 287, 294, 

Arthur William (1870), 
170, 178, 200, 206. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



437 



Smith (Smithe, Smyth) 

Christopher (i860), 131, 

133. 
David (1750), 4. 

David (1761), 12. 

David (1803), 49. 

Donald (i773)» 23- 
Douglas Bannerman (1886), 
254, 261, 270, 278, 

293- 
Ethel Campbell (1892), 

304, 313- 
Fulton M. (1864), 142. 

George (1767), 17. 

George (1782), 32. 

George (1857), 125, 129. 

George (1862), 136, 139, 

143, 148. 
George Kidd (1870), 170, 

177, 183, 188. 
George [L.] (1851), 115. 
Gilbert Leslie (1864), 142, 

146, 152. 
Harry Kebel (1894), 321. 
Henry (1747), i. 
Henry (1831), 83. 
Herbert (1824), 71. 

James (1783X 33- 
James (1791), 40. 
James (181 1), 55. 
James (18 13), 57. 
James (1827), 76. 
James (1827), 76. 
James (1859), 129, 132. 
James M*Kay (1893), 306, 

316, 324, 333. 
James Nicoll (1867), 154, 

161, 167. 
James S. (1856), 124. 

John (1757), 9- 
John (1765), 16. 
John (1823), 68. 
John (1825), 72. 
John (1846), 106. 
John [Campbell] (1849), 
no. 



Smith (Smithe, Smyth) 

John Campbell ( 1 8 9 1 ), 

290* 299, 309, 318, 328. 
John M. (1879), 213, 219, 

226, 233. 
John Pentland (1883), 235, 

243» 250, 258, 264, 273, 

280. 
John Young (1834), 88. 
Katherine Isabel (1896), 

330- 
Mary Campbell (1892), 

297, 3o8»3i8>326, 334. 
Mary Gardner (1894), 320. 

Mungo (1822), 67. 

Norman Duncan (1888), 

268, 277, 285, 293, 300, 

310. 
Patrick £. (1844), 103. 
Philip Samuel (1870), 171, 

177- 
Robert (1803), 49. 

Robert (1824), 71. 

Robert (1839), 96. 

Robert (1841), 99. 

Robert (1847), 108. 

Robert (1849), in. 

Robert (1893), 312, 321. 

Robert Campbell ( 1 894), 

3iS» 32S» 333- 
Robert Gillespie (i 79 1), 40. 

Robert M. H. (1861), 134, 

137, 140, 143. 

Robert [P.] (1851), 114. 

Roberta Florence (1892), 

298, 308, 317. 
Stewart (1868), 159, 166. 
Theophilus (1836), 91. 
Thomas (1826), 74. 
Thomas (1843), loi. 
Thomas (1854), 121. 
Thomas Henry (1876), 

199, 205, 210. 
Thomas Walker (1868), 

160, 166, 173, 179, 185. 
William (1788), 38. 



438 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Smith (Smithe, Smyth) 
William (1790), 39.' 
William (1852), 117. 
William (1854), 121. 
William (1868), 160, 167, 

i73» 179. 184. 
William (1885), 248. 
WilliamE.(i87i),i75, 182. 
William Gardner (1887), 

2^7f «7S. *8»- 
l^Uiam Henry Gray (1879), 

212, 219, 226, 233. 
William Latto (1882), 230. 
William Maule Alexander 

(1892), 304, 313. 
William Stuart (1825), 72. 

Snadden 

Andrew (1882), 229, 235, 

243i ^SOf 258, 266, 274, 
281. 

Somers 

James (1879), 213, 220, 

226, 234, 240. 
Robert (1875), 194, 200, 

205, 211, 216, 222, 228. 

Somerville(Sommervile, Som- 
merville, Sommervel) 
Charles WUliam (i^93)' 

314, 322. 
David (1827), 76. 

Duncan M'Laren Young 

(1896), 329. 
James (1824), 70. 

John (1777), 27. 
John (1828), 78. 
John (1883), 240, 246. 
Robert (i750» 5- 
Soot 

James (1829), 80. 

Soper 

John (1814), 58. 

Sorley 

John (1885), 247, 256, 
264, 273, 280. 



Soutar (Souter, Soutter) 
Charles (1893), 313. 
George (1882), 230, 237, 
244, 251. 

James (i789)» 38. 

James R. (1856), 123, 130. 

Spalding 

James (1844), 103. 
Thomas (1855), 122. 

Spankie 

Frederick Mills (1881), 

223, 231, 238, 245. 
Robert (1788), 37. 
Thomas (1756), 9. 

Sparrow 

Robert R. (1789), 38. 

Speedie 

Matthew H. (1876), 198, 
204. 
Speid 

Robert (1777), 26. 

Spence 

Alexander (1867), 154,161, 

168, 174, 180, 185, 189. 
Andrew (1840), 97. 
David Anderson (1883), 

236. 
David Brown (1862), 136, 

i39> 143. m8, 153. iS^> 

175. 
James (1877), 203, 209, 

215, 221. 

Robert (1874), 190. 

Thomas (1843), i^<- 

William (1775), 25. 

William D. (1880), 217. 

Spidie 

WiUiam (1825), 72. 

Spiers (Speirs) 

James (1835), 90. 
Kate E. (1894), 321. 
William (1826), 74. 
William Fulton (1892), 298, 
308, 318, 326, 334. 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



439 



Spink 

William (1803), 49. 
William (1828), 78. 

Spivey 

John Herbert (1894), 314, 

325- 

Sproat (Sprot) 

David (1853), 119. 
James (1797), 45. 
James (1823), 69. 

Stalker 

Alexander (1781), 30. 

Hugh (1761), 13. 

James Simpson (1895), 

323. 331- 

Stark 

David (1839), 96. 

George (1760), 12. 

James (1765), 15. 

John (1762), 13. 

John (1763), 14. 

John (1768), 19. 

Robert Lindsay (1881), 

225, 232. 
Thomas (1792), 41. 
William (1787), 37. 

Stebbing 

Nigel Austin (1895), 323, 

Steedman 

John (1763), 14. 
John (1765), 16. 
John (1823), 68. 

Steele (Steel, Steill) 

Alexander (1824), 69. 
Alexander (1833), 86. 
Andrew (1823), 68. 
Edward Henry (1879), 

214. 
John (1822), 66. 
John (1843), 'O'- 



Stephen (Steven^ Stevens^ 
Stiven) 

Alexander (1896), 330. 
Andrew (1827), 76. 
George (1861), 134, 137, 

140, 143, 148, 154, 159, 

164. 
Henry A G. (1865), 145, 

149, 156. 
John (1807), 52. 
Robert (1855), 122, 132, 

i35» 138, 141. 
Robert Brander ( 1 880), 

220, 226, 233. 

William (18 1 8), 62. 

Stevenson (Steavenson) 
Alexander (1828), 79. 
Alexander (1849), in. 
Andrew (1827), 77. 
Archibald (1767), 18. 
David (1844), 103. 
David (1864), 142, 1461 

151, 164, 170, 175. 
George (1836), 92. 
James (1829), 80. 
John (1826), 75. 
John (1851), 114. 
Patrick (1851), 114. 
Robert (1770), 20. 
Robert (1823)1 68. 
Robert (1877), 202, 209, 

215, 221. 
Thomas (183 1), 84. 
William (1821), 65. 
William (1824), 71. 
William (1853), 119. 
William (1854), 121. 

Stewart (Stuart) 
Alan (1778), 27. 
Alan (1881), 224. 
Alexander (1768), 19. 
Alexander (1777), 26. 
Alexander (1785), 35. 
Alexander (1788), 37. 
Alexander (1789), 38. 



440 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Stewart (Stuart) 

Alexander (1792), 41. 
Alexander (1820), 64. 
Alexander (1829), 79. 
Alexander (1843), 10 1. 
Alexander (1845), io4* 
Alexander (1849), ^^o- 
Alexander (1863), 139, 

142. 
Alexander (1864), 141, 

146, 152, 158, 164, 169, 

175- 
Alexander (1883), 236. 

Alexander MTarlane 

(1850), 112. 

Alexander Marshall (1896), 

329- 
Alexander R. (1864), 142, 

146. 

Allan (1752), 5. 

Anthony (185 1 ), 114. 

Archibald (18 14), 58. 

Arthur Niel (1885), 247. 

Atholl (1832), 84. 

Balfour (1842), 100. 

Charles (1761), 13. 

Charles (1767), 18. 

Charles (1857), 125, 129, 

131- 
Charles (1884), 241, 249, 

256, 265, 274, 281, 288. 
Daniel (1807), 52. 
Daniel (18 13), 57. 
Daniel (1849), no. 
Daniel M. (1839), 96. 
David (1796), 44. 
David (1850), 112. 
David (1852), 115. 
David (1853), 118. 
David (1854), 121. 
David Brown (1854), 121. 
Donald (18 18), 62. 
Donald (18 19), 63. 
Donald (1864), 142, 146, 

152, 158, 163, 169, 175, 

180. 



Stewart (Stuart) 

Duncan (1763), 14. 
Duncan (1788), 38. 
Duncan (18 19), 63. 
Duncan (1824), 70. 
Duncan (1849), m- 
Duncan (1852), 117. 
Francis, Lord Doune (1753), 

6. 
Francis Hugh (1893), 310, 

328, 329. 
George (1824), 70. 
George (1848), 109. 
George Cunningham (i 835), 

89. 
George D. B. (1892), 302. 
George E. (1844), 102. 
Gilbert (1790), 39. 
Gilbert (1802), 48. 
Henry (1826), 75. 
Hugh (1857), 126. 
Isabella Forbes (1894), 

315- 
James (1750), 4. 

James (1752), 6. 

James (1754), 7. 

James (1756), 8. 

James (1779), 28. 

James (1782), 32. 

James (1787), 36. 

James (1802), 49. 

James (1828), 79. 

James (1839), 96. 

James (1843), loi. 

James (1846), 106. 

James (1852), 117. 

James (1859), 128, 131, 

134. 
James Hill (1884), 243, 

251- 
James R. (1853), 119. 

John (1754), 7. 
John (1766), 17. 
John (1786), 36. 

John (1795X 43- 
John (1822), 67. 




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MATRICULATION ROLL 



441 



Stewart (Stuart) 
John (1831), 83. 
John (1831), 83. 
John (1838), 94. 
John (1843), 102. 
John (1844), 103. 
John (1846), 106. 
John (1847), 107. 
John (1848), 109. 
John (1848), 109. 
John (1862), 136, 139. 
John (187 1), 176, 182, 

187, 192, 198, 201, 

206. 
John (1882), 229. 
John (1892), 298, 307, 

317, 327» 334- 
John (1892), 302, 311, 

320, 328. 
John Cameron (1853), 119, 

129, 132. 
John Hepburn (1852), 117. 
John Low (1872), 182, 

188. 
John R. (1868), 160. 
JohnT. (1853), 119. 
Joseph Gordon (1866), 

151* i57i 163. 
Kenneth Bruce (185 1), 

Margaret Gardiner (1892), 

302. 
Patrick (18 19), 63. 
Patrick (1846), 106. 
Peter (1747), i. 
Peter (1849), ^^i- 
Quintin (1829), 81. 
Robert (1758), 10. 
Robert (1758), 11. 
Robert (1764), 15. 
Robert (1799), 46. 
Robert (182 1), 66. 
Robert (1824), 69. 
Robert (1836), 91. 
Robert (1840), 97. 
Robert (1844), 103. 



Stewart (Stuart) 

Robert (1870), 171, 177, 

183, 188, 193, 198, 

202. 
Thomas (1767), 18. 
Thomas (18 19), 63. 
Walter (1800), 47. 
William (1791), 40. 
William (18 1 7), 61. 
William (1825), 72. 
William (1844), 103. 
William (185 1), 114. 
William (1883), 236. 
William (1891), 296. 
William Kennedy (1891), 

290, 299. 
William Lithgow (1887), 

262, 270, 279, 287. 

Stirling 

Andrew (1831), 83. 
Christina Halket (1892), 

303- 
Henry (1845), 104. 
James (182 1), 65. 
John (1801), 48. 
Louis (1841), 98. 
Michael (1799), 47. 
Murray (1881), 223, 230. 

Patrick (1797), 45- 
Patrick (1823), 68. 

Stirtan (Stirton) 

Andrew (1772), 22. 

George (1760), 12. 

John (1890), 282, 320, 328, 

335- 
Thomas (1845), 105. 

Stoddart 

James (i75o)» 3- 
William (1808), 52. 

Stones 

Jerome (1747)1 i- 

Stookes 

Alexander (1876), 199. 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [jndex 



Storie (Story) 

Archibald (1S39), 95, 
Robert Herbert (1856), 

Stormont 

Alexander (1804), 50. 

Storrar 

Christopher (1871), 181. 
David (1830), 81. 
David Y. (1850), III. 

Stott 

David (1846), 106. 
George Gordon (i 886), 354, 

263, 173, 379, 388, 294, 

302. 
John (1883), 336. 

Stowe 

Richard L. (1874), 190. 

Strachan 

Benjamin (1863), 138, 144. 
James (1807), 5a. 
James B. M'A. (1844), 103. 
James MTurlt (1877), 203, 

309, 315, 222, 337,234, 

240, 347. 
John<i82s), 73- 
John (1874), 190, 195,300, 

206, 311, 217, 233, 338. 
John Robert (1881), 334, 

230, 237,345,353,259, 

366. 
William (1807), 53. 
William Buchanan (1873), 

185, 191, 196, 301, 206, 

211, 216, 233. 

Strachey 

Edward (1790), 39. 

Strang 

David (1828), 78. 
Thomas (1757), 10. 

Strathern 

John<i8i8), 62. 



Stratton 

John (1896), 335. 

Stnithers 

James (1813), 57. 
Robert (1838), 95. 

StuiTock 

James Prain (1887), 361, 

270, 379. 387, 293- 
John (1853), 119. 
John (i860), 130. 
Thomas Chapman (1881), 

324, 331, 338, 245. 
William (1748), 2. 

Sutherland 

Barbara J. (1893). 313. 
David (1889), 376, 384. 
Duncan ( 822), 67. 
HughC>762), 4. 
John (1748), 2. 
John (1849), III. 
William (1S43), loi. 
William (1876), 199, 304, 

3IO, 316, 333, 338, 334, 

340. 
Swan 

Alexander (1794). 43- 
Alexander (1830), 81. 
Constance Marion (1896), 

330. 
David (1750). 4- 
David (1831), 65. 
John(r779). 39- 
Robert(i75i). 5- 
Robert (1787). 37. 
Robert (1833), 68. 
William (1794), 43. 
William (1836), 91. 

Swanston 

Fredenclc (1853), 119, 

Swayne 

Henry (1816), 60. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



443 



Swinton 

Andrew (i860), 130, 133, 

John (1827), 76. 

Sword 

James (1881), 223, 237, 
244, 251, 260, 267. 

Sydserff 

John B. (1808), S3. 
John [B.] (1838), 94. 
Thomas Buchan (1837), 93. 

Symers 

David (1791), 40. 

Symon 

David (1887), 267. 
^ William (1872), 180, 186, 
191, 197. 

Tainsh 

Alexander ( 1 8 1 2), 56. 
John Grant (1840), 97. 

Tait 

Andrew Dempster (1852), 

"7» 154. 
Robert (1783), 33. 

William (1824), 71. 

Tallach 

Thomas (1851), 113. 

Tarbet (Tarbett) 

Albert (1882), 229, 236, 
244, 251, 281, 287, 294. 

Taylor (Tayler) 

Alexander F. (1843), ioi« 
Alexander Reid (1892), 

297i 3071 317, 326. 
Andrew (1825), 72. 

Andrew (1830), 81. 

Anstrutber (1808), 53. 

Charles Johnstone (1849), 

III. 
David (1826), 75. 
David Leslie (1874) 190, 

196, 200, 206. 



Taylor (Tayler) 

Edmund Stacpoole (1883), 

237» 244, 251. 
Ewen James (1896), 329. 
George (1832), 85. 
George (1841), 99. 
James (1824), 70. 
James (1827), 76. 
James (1832), 85. 
James (1839), 96. 
James Anderson ( 1 880), 

218, 224, 232, 239. 
John (1832), 85. 
John Gillavray (1888), 268. 
John L (1868), 159, 167, 

173- 
John William (1857), 125. 

Malcolm Campbell (1851), 

"3- 
Matthew (1767), 18. 

Peter (1847), 107. 

Robert (1828), 79. 

Simon, Knt. (1798), 46. 

Thomas (1803), 49. 

William (1874), 190. 

William Alexander (1885), 

248, 255, 263, 272. 

William Braid (1894), 315, 

324, 333- 
Telfer 

John T. (1840), 98. 
William (1830), 82. 

Templeman 

James M. (1893), 313. 

Tennant 

John Cook (1877), 203, 
209, 215, 221, 228. 

William (1799)1 4^« 
WilliamJ.(i87i), 178, 183. 

Terras 

Alexander (1849), iii. 
David (1840), 97. 
James (1843), loi. 
Robert (1881), 225, 232, 

239- 



444 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Terrill 

Edward (1794), 43- 
William (i797)» 45- 

Tetley 

James (1846), 106. 

Teviotdale 

Edward John Smyth (1887), 
261, 270, 279, 286, 292. 

Thain 

Alexander (1776), 26. 
Alexander (1843), 102. 
George William (1845), 105. 

Third (Thirde) 

James Young (1859), 128, 

131. i33» 138. 

Thirkill 

John (1863), 139. 

Thorn 

Alexander (1869), 166, 172, 

178, 184. 
Andrew (1891), 289, 299, 

308, 318, 327, 334. 
David (1873), 186, 191, 

196, 201, 206. 
George (1863), 141. 
Thomas Ramsay (187 1), 

176, 182. 
William (1825), 73. 
William Nichol (1895), 

323* 33'- 

Thomas 

Edward Joseph (1896), 329. 
Thomas (1781), 31. 

Thorns 

Alexander (1808), 52. 
Alexander (1888), 269. 
Alfred Patrick (1888), 269, 

277, 286, 293. 
Henry J. (1891), 292, 300. 
James (1865), i4S» ^5^* 

157- 
John (1808), 53. 



Thorns 

Patrick (1862), 136, 140. 
Patrick H. (1809), 53. 
Wedderbum David (1867), 

155. 
William (18 19), 63. 

Thomson (Thompson) 
Alexander (1826), 74. 
Alexander (1832), 84. 
Alexander (1836), 91. 
Alexander James (1882), 

229, 236, 244, 251. 
Andrew (1762), 13. 
Andrew (18 17), 61. 
Archibald (1850), 113. 
Charles [C] (1859), 130. 
Charles Maitland (i834)» 

88. 
David (1768), 19. 
David (1797), 45- 
David (1814), 58. 
David (182 1), 65. 
David (1830), 81. 
David (1^32)1 85. 
David (1843), loi. 
David (1844), 102. 
David (1847), 107. 
David (1877), 202, 209, 

215, 221, 228, 234, 240. 
Emily Charlotte (1894), 

322. 
Francis S. (1881), 224, 231^ 

238. 
George (1809), 53. 

George (1855), 122, 129. 

George (1888), 268, 277, 

286, 292, 302, 311, 320. 
George Addison Lister Sin- 

cl^ (1894), 321. 
Henry (1787), 37. 
James (1748), 2. 
James (1780), 30. 
James (1800), 47. 
James (181 7), 61. 
James (1818), 62. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



445 



Thomson (Thompson) 

James (1856), 124, 129, 

132, 135. 138. 
James (1874), 193, 198. 
James (1875), 194, 200, 

205, 211. 
James (1890), 283, 291, 

3oo» 3io> 319.327.334. 
James C. (1863), 139. 
John (1760), 12. 
John (1776), 26. 
John (1799), 46. 
John (1804), 50. 
John (1812), 56. 
John (1824), 69. 
John (1828), 78. 
John (1833), 87. 
John (1836), 91. 
John (1841), 98. 
John (1850), 112. 
John (1862), 136, 139. 
John (1881), 224. 
John[C.] (1877), 203, 210, 

216. 
John Fernie (1847), 107. 
John William (1824), 69. 
John Wlliam (1858), 126. 
John William Newport 

(1892), 301, 306. 
John Young (1847), 107. 
Laurence (1839), 96. 
Peter (18 14), 58. 
Peter (1838), 94. 
Robert (1800), 47. 
Robert (1850), 112. 
Robert (1874), 191. 
Robert (1876), 199, 204, 

210, 216, 221, 228, 234, 

240, 246. 
Robert (1881), 223, 231, 

238. 
RobertD. (1881), 224, 231, 

238. 
Roger (1841), 99. 
Ronald (1885), 247, 255, 

262, 271, 279. 



Thomson (Thompson) 

Ronald [F.] (1845), *®S- 
Thomas (1777), 27. 
Thomas (1788), 38. 
Thomas (18 1 8), 62. 
Thomas Alexander Gibsone 

(1865), 144. 
Thomas H. (1846), 106. 
William (1757), 10. 
William (1761), 13. 
William (1791), 40. 
William (1879), 214, 220, 

227. 
William (1885), 251, 258. 
William (1896), 331. 
William Edwin (1882), 229, 

236, 244, 252. 
William Tweeddale (1882), 

229. 

Thorburn 

Walter Milne (1894), 314, 

325- 

Thome 

George Houghton (1896), 

329- 

Thornton 

Robert (1868), 162, 169. 
Robert [Hill] (1826), 75. 

Thow 

Thomas (181 1), 55. 

Tindal 

John (1828), 79. 

Tiplady 

John T. (1894), 321. 

Tivendale 

Charles B. (1866), 150. 

Tocher 

Francis (185 1), 115. 
William Middleton (1880), 

217, 225, 232, 239, 245, 

252, 259, 267. 



446 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Tod (Todd) 

Alexander (1765), 16. 
Alexander (1857), 125,129, 

132, i35» 138, i4ii i44> 
149. 

Alexander Bruce (1843), 

lOI. 

David (1762), 13. 

David (i773)» 23. 
Dayid (1812), 56. 
David {1820), 64. 
George (1806), 51. 
George (1824), 69. 
James (1833), 87. 
John (1784), 34. 

John (1795). 44- 

Richard Watt (1888), 268, 

277, 285, 293, 302. 
Robert (1817), 61. 
William (18 11), 55. 

Toland 

William (1826), 75. 

Tolputt 

Arnold George (1891), 296, 

304, 321. 

Torrance 

Thomas (1826), 74. 
William (1825), 73. 

Torry 

James R. (1864), 142, 146, 

152, 158. 
Tosh 

James Ramsay (1889), 276, 
285, 292, 301, 309. 

Touch (Tough) 

Anthony Murray ( 1 846), 

106. 
John G. (1838), 94. 
Thomas (1827), 77. 
William (1834), 88. 

Tovani 

Luigi A. (187 1), 176, 182. 
William T. (1882), 230, 
237i 244, 279. 



TraiU (Trail) 

Anthony (i773)» 23. 
Arthur William (1869), 166. 
David (1780), 29. 
David (1823), 68. 
James (1772), 22. 
James (1800), 47. 
John (1754), 7. 
John (1825), 73. 
John(i867), 155, 162, 173. 
Robert (1772), 22. 
Robert (1819), 63. 
Robert H. (1866), 150. 
Thomas (1778), 28. 
William (1814), 58. 
William (1875), 195. 
William [Henry] (1876), 
198, 204, 210. 

Mathew [Thomas] (182 1), 

65. 

Trotter 

Alexander M'Kay (1854), 
121, 129, 132, 13s, 138, 
141. 
Thomas (1859), 128, 131, 

134. 

Troup 

James McDonald (1883), 

23s, 243, 250, 258. 
Robert (1888), 269. 
William (i860), 130, 133, 

137, 141, 144, 148, 153. 

Trfle 

Adele (1892), 305, 312. 

Tullis 

George (1820), 64, 
John (1824), 69. 
Robert (1822), 66. 
Robert (1827), 77. 
Robert (1859), 128, 131. 
William (1820), 64. 

Tulloch 

Francis (1871), 177, 187. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



447 



Tulloch 

George (i 8 15), 59. 

John (1837), 93. 

John Marshall (1867), 155, 

159- 
Robert (181 5), 59. 

William Weir (1861), 135, 

136, 142, 147, 153, 159, 

164, 169. 

Turnbull 

Alexander (1764), 15. 
John (1880), 218, 225, 232. 
Robert L. (1847), 107. 
Thomas (1779), 29. 
William (1879), 213, 219, 
226, 233. 

Turner • 

Alfred (1879), 213. 
Charles (1843), loi. 
Daniel (1856), 124. 
Francis Cecil (1886), 254. 
Francis Charles (1871), 176. 
James (1888), 269, 277, 
286, 293. 

Tuqpie 

David [M'Calman] (1841), 
98. 

Turpin 

Richard (1786), 36. 

Tuttiett 

Laurence (187 1), 175, 182, 

193- 
Tyrie 

John (1846), 106. 

Tyzack 

Thomas George (i860), 
132. 

Udny 

Edward R. (1871), 176, | 

182. ' 

Ernest (1866), 149, 156, 

162, 168. 



Unsworth 

John (1896), 331. 

Urquhart 

Gordon (1802), 48. 
John (1822), 67. 

Valentine 

Easton Smith (1876), 199, 
205, 210, 216, 222. 

Vallance 

Peter (1847), io7. 

Vane 

Eleanor Kate (1895), 323, 
332. 

Vilant 

Alexander Blackwood 

(1786), 36. 
Nicola (1752), 6. 
William (1785), 35. 

Villettes 

Henry (1769), 19. 
William (1769), 19. 

Waddell (Waddle) 
Andrew (1752), 5. 
Francis (1825), 72. 
Thomas D. (1878), 208, 
214, 220, 227. 

Waddie 

Henry J. (1886), 260,267. 

Wakefield 

John E. (1846), 106. 

Walker 

Ada Hill (1896), 331. 
Alexander (1772), 22. 
Alexander (18 19), 63. 
Alexander John (1890), 

23s, 29i» 30^ 309* 320- 
Andrew (1799), 46. 
Andrew (1820), 64. 
Andrew (1882), 230, 237, 

244, 251, 258. 



448 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Walker 

Charles (1842), 100. 
Cyril (1875), 195- 
David (1763), 14. 
David (1824), 71. 
David Macrither (1855), 

122. 
George {1767), i8. 

George (1796), 44- 
George {1817), 61. 
George (1858), 127, 132, 

i35» 13^- 
George (1866), 150. 

George M. (187 1), 175, 

182, 187, 193. 
George W. (1874), 190. 
Henry (1826), 74. 
James (1760), 12. 
James (1791), 40- 
James (1807), 52. 
James (1822), 67. 
James (1842), 100. 
James (1894), 320. 
James Wallace (1883), 235, 

242, 249, 256, 264, 272. 

John (1791)1 40. 

John (1791), 40. 

John (1797), 45. 

John, Dunblane (1824), 70. 

John, Kenmoft (1824), 70. 

John (1826), 74. 

John (1848), 109. 

John (1861), 135. 

John (1894), 315. 

John Y. (1846), 106. 

Mary L. (1893), SU- 

Norman (1874), 190. 

Patrick (1778), 28. 

Peter (1893), S^^, 316, 

326, 333. 
Peter Charles (1877), 204. 
Peter G. (1847), 107. 
Robert (1856), 124. 
Robert Langlands (1881), 

223, 231, 238, 245. 
Robert M. (1849), m* 



Walker 

Robert T. (1828), 79. 
Samuel (1881), 224. 
Thomas (1822), 67. 
Walter (1842), 100. 
William (1750), 3. 
William (1778), 27. 
William (1783), 33. 
William (1793), 42. 
William (1798), 46. 
WUliam (1828), 79. 
William (1840), 97. 
WUliam (1850), 112. 
William (1856), 124, 129. 

Walkinshaw 

Arthur W. (1857), 125. 
Constantine (i860), 132, 

'35- 
James R. (1857), 125, 129. 

William (1861), 135. 

Wallace 

Alexander (187 1 ), 176. 
Andrew (1824), 71. 
Andrew, Scoame^ (1824), 7 1. 
Annie (1894), 315. 
David (1822), 66. 
David (1866), 149. 
David (1890), 288, 295. 
David Wilson (1888), 269, 
276, 284, 291, 301, 309. 
Dempster (1820), 64. 
Donald (1892), 298. 
Edwin (1864), 142, 146, 

152- 
George (1826), 74. 

George (1851), 114/ 

George (1889), 276, 285. 

James (1872), 181. 

James Bell (1877), 203, 

209, 215, 222, 259, 267, 

274. 
John (1837), 93. 
John (1851), 114. 
John (1877), 203, 209, 

215, 221. 



C 



index] 



MATRICULATION ROLL 



449 



Wallace 

John (1888), 269, 276, 

285, 291, 301,311,320, 

328, 336. 
John C. (1849), i'i« 
Robert (18 14), 58. 
Robert (1849), m« 
William (i860), 130, 133, 

137, 140. 
William (1894), 319, 323, 

332. 

Walmsley 

Bertram Moulding (1891), 

289, 299, 308, 318, 327. 

George Everard (1896), 

331- 

Wann 

John (1840), 97. 

Ward 

Ada Helen (1896), 330. 

Warden 

Adam (1817), 61. 
Edward (1788), 38. 
John (1757), 10. 

Wardrop 

Robert (1824), 71. 

Waring 

Harold Thomas Josiah 
(1893), 3oS» 316, 325, 
336. 

Warkman 

Henry (1800), 47. 

Waterston 

David (1820), 64. 

Watson 

Alexander (1824), 71. 
Alexander (1829), 79. 
Alexander (18 71), 177. 
Alexander Tosh (1864), 

142, 146, 152, 158. 
Alice D. (1892), 304. 
Annie Mercer (1894), 320. 



Watson 

Archibald (1874), 190, 195, 

200, 206. 
Benjamin Philp (1895), 

328, 329. 
Charles (182 1), 65. 
Charles (1884), 242, 249, 

257» 265, 274, 281, 288. 
David (1799), 46. 
David (1880), 218, 225, 

232, 239, 245. 
David Don(i887),26i, 271. 
David Kenneth (1895), 

323» 332. 
Elizabeth A. (1892), 304. 

George (i 791), 40. 

Guthrie F. (1885), 247. 

Hugh (1872), 181. 

James (1754), 7. 

James (18 19), 63. 

James (18 19), 63. 

James (1828), 79. 

James M. (1890), 283. 

James M'Lean (1895), 322, 

331- 
John (1820), 64. 

John M. (1868), 161, 167, 

174. 
Margaret Alexandra Hannan 

(1892), 297, 307, 317, 

326, 334. 
Patrick (1766), 17. 
Patrick (1866), 149. 
Peter (1754), 7. 
Richard (1760), 12. 
Robert (1791), 40. 
Robert (181 2), 56. 
Robert L. (1894), 314. 
Robert Matthew (1880), 

218, 225, 232, 239. 
Thomas (1788), 38. 

William (i 783)* 33- 
William (1876), 199, 204. 
William (1894), 315. 
William [Ranken] (1828). 
78. 



2 F 



450 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Watt 

Alexander Barclay (1862), 

i3S> i39» 143. 147- 
Andrew (1883), 235, 243, 

250, 258, 265. 
Charles F. (1868), 160, 

167. 
Charles James (1866), 149, 

156, 162, 168, 174. 
Charles Kinnear (1856), 

124, 129, 135, 138, 141, 

144, 148. 
David (1785), 35. 
Henry (1764), 15. 
Henry David (1823), 68. 
James (181 6), 60. 
James (1824), 70. 
James (1827), 76. 
James (1862), 136. 
John (1859), 129. 
John A. (1859), 128. 
John Paton (1852), 117. 
Joseph Hume (1870), 170, 

178. 
Robert (1779), 29. 
Robert (1806), 51. 
Robert (1806), 51. 
Robert (i860), 130. 
Stormont (1859), 128, 131, 

i33» 137. 
Thomas (1803), 49. 

William (1779), 29. 

William (1822), 66. 

WiUiam (1878), 212. 

Watters (Waters) 

Douglas B. (1885), 247. 
George (1862), 136. 
John (1849), III. 
John (1865), 146. 

Waugh 

John (1823), 68. 

John Hugh Wharrie (1823), 

68. 
Robert (1825), 73. 



Webster 

Alexander (18 10), 54. 
Alexander (1824), 71. 
Andrew (1829), 80. 
Andrew (1831), 83. 
Charles (1765), 16. 
Charles (1828), 79. 
George (18 13), 57. 
James (1816), 60. 
James (1832), 85. 
John (1769), 20. 
John (1785). 35. 
Peter (1865), 144, 151, 

i57i 163, 169, 175. 
Robert M. (1852), 117. 

Wedderbum 

Charles (1761), 13. 
David (1789), 38. 
Laurence Maclagan (1893) 
312. 

Wedgwood 

Bertram Hensleigh (1894), 

3191 3«4. 

Weinberg 

Zerlina A. (1892), 304. 

Weipers 

John (1890), 284, 290, 

299. 309i 319- 
Weir 

William (1817), 61. 

Wells 

Morris Benjamin (1883), 
236. 

Welsh 

Alexander (i82o)» 64. 

Welwood (Wellwood) 

Alexander M. (i860), 132. 
Robert (1762), 13. 

Wemyss (Weems) 

Alexander Watson (1862), 

136, 140. 
David (1762), 13. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



451 



Wemyss (Weems) 
David (1792), 41. 
David Watson (1854), 121. 
Hugo Erskine (1878), 208, 

214. 
James (1764), 15. 
James (1807), 52. 
James (1820), 64. 
John (1790), 39. 
John Watson (1855), 122. 
Robert (1807), 52. 

West 

John (1769), 20. 
John (1841), 98. 
Stewart (1766), 17. 
William (1784), 34. 

Westwater 

Alexander (1874), 190, 196, 

200. 
George (18 10), 54. 

Westwood 

James (1894), 315, 325, 

333- 

Whelpdale 

Andrew (1831), 83. 

Whinfield 

Henry (1773), 23. 

Whishaw 

Richard (1762), 13. 

White (Whyte) 

Charles (1884), 242, 249, 

257, 265. 
David (1823), 68. 
Francis (1891), 296, 304. 
George (1862), 136, 140, 

143, 148. 
Ina Mary (1892), 305. 
James (1752), 6. 
James Farquharson (1877), 

203, 209, 215, 221. 
James Hunter (1883), 237, 

244, 251. 
James Martin (1885), 253. 



White (Whyte) 

James [S.] (1841), 98. 
John (1821), 66. 
John (1823), 69. 
John (1825), 73. 
John (1835), 90- 
John (1842), 100. 
Montague W. (1867), 155. 
Robert (1814), 58. 
Thomas (1838), 95. 
Thomas (1855), 122. 
Thomas (1881), 223, 231, 

238. 
Thomas W. H. (1879), 213, 

219, 226, 233. 
Thomson (1866), 150, 156, 

162, 168. 
WilUam (1836), 91. 

Whitelaw 

Thomas (1855), 122. 

Whitewright 

John Sutherland (1891), 
289. 

Whitson 

Alexander (1823), 69. 
George (1790), 39. 
James (1809), 53. 
John (1814), 58. 
Patrick (1778), 27. 
Thomas (17 71), 22. 
Thomas Hunter (1824), 69. 

Whittle 

Gilbert (1878), 207. 
John (1895), 324, 331. 

Whitton 

Andrew (1880), 217, 225, 
232. 

Whytock 

Clara (1892), 305. 
John (1781), 31. 
Margaret (1893), 312. 

Wightman 

Alexander (1822), 67. 



452 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Wilkie 

David (1768), 19. 
David (1836), 91. 
David (1896), 330. 
Ebenezer (1844), 102. 
George (1804), 50. 
James (1773), 23. 
James (181 1), 55. 
James (1845), ^^4* 
John (1769), 20. 
John (1822), 67. 
Thomas (1753). 6. 

Will 

James (1774) 24. 
James (1824), 70. 
Thomas (181 7), 61. 

Williams 

Edward (1825), 73. 

John (1799), 46. 

Walter Bennett (1867), 1 55. 

Williamson 

Alexander (1791), 40. 
Alexander (1848), 109. 
David (1780), 29. 
David (1886), 260, 267, 

275, 282. 
David (1895), 324, 33^' 
Frederick (1881), 224, 229, 

237» 245i 2Sii 267, 274, 

281. 
George (1834), 88. 
Henry Charles (1888), 270, 

279, 287, 293,300,310, 

319- 
James (1791), 40. 
James (1838), 94. 
James Alexander (1874), 

190, 196, 201, 206, 211, 

216, 222, 228. 
James Ferguson Grace 

(1872), 181, 187, 192, 

197, 201. 
John (1767), 18. 
John (1855), 122. 
John (1874), 190, 195. 



Williamson 

John C. (1883), 236, 244, 

250, 258, 265, 274, 281, 

288. 
Robert (181 7), 61. 
Thomas (1776), 25. 
William [Taylor] (1845), 

104. 

WiUis 

Jamieson (1829), 81. 

Willison 

Andrew (1776), 25. 

WiUs 

Arthur (1866), 150. 
Edmund (1827), 77. 
George M. (1879), 213, 

220. 
Robert A. (1881), 224. 

Wilson 

Adam (1856), 124, 129. 
Alexander (1767), 18. 
Alexander (i 8 1 7), 61. 
Alexander (1820), 64. 
Alexander (1827), 76. 
Alfred (1852), 117. 
Allan (1886), 254. 
Andrew (1757), 10. 
Andrew (18 14), 58. 
Andrew (1869), 165, 172, 

i79i 183- 
Charles (1872), 181, 187. 

Colin (1875),' 194. 

David (1780), 30. 

David (1800), 47. 

David (1806), 51. 

David (1828), 78. 

David (1870), 171. 

David (1882), 234, 240. 

David William Morrbon 

(1888), 269, 277. 

Duncan M. (1869), 168. 

Emma Isabel (1892), 303. 

George (1798), 46. 

George (1881), 223, 231, 

2381 245- 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



453 



Wilson 
James 
James 
James 
James 
James 
James 
James 
James 
James 
James 



(1754), 7. 
(1757), 10. 

(1783X 33- 
(1812), 56. 

(1822), 67. 

(1823), 69. 

(1827), 76. 

(i830» 83. 
(1856), 124. 

(1874), 190. 

James (1884), 242, 250, 

257, 273. 
James (1887), 261, 270. 
James Simpson G. (1872), 

181, 186, 192, 197. 
James W. (1890), 283, 291. 
Jeanie Marshall (1896), 

335- 
John (1790), 39. 

John (1803), 49. 

John (1827), 76. 

John (1877), 203. 

John C. (1880), 218. 

John Grierson (1896), 330. 

John [Hardie] (1882), 229, 

244, 251, 258, 265. 
John M*Artney (1880), 2 1 7, 

224, 232, 239. 
Margaret Eva (1894), 320. 
Patrick (1759), 11. 
Patrick James (1824), 71. 
Peter (1822), 67. 
Robert (1778), 28. 
Robert (181 7), 61. 
Robert J. P. (1873), ^^S- 
Robert Main (1864), 142. 
Thomas (1774), 24. 
Thomas (1792), 41. 
Thomas (1802), 49. 
Thomas (1827), 77. 
Thomas (1848), 109. 
Thomas (1869), 166. 
Thomas (1875), '94- 
Thomas A. A. (1888), 269, 

278. 



Wilson 

Thomas L. (1880), 219, 

226, 233. 
Walter (1769), 20. 
Walter [Cracroft] (1861), 

135- 
William (1779)1 29. 

William (1781), 30. 

William (1840), 97. 

William (1872), 182. 

William [Bower] (1888), 

268, 278, 285, 293, 302, 

3ii» 319, 328. 
William [T] (1833), 87. 

Winchester 

Charles [Alexander] (1833), 
86. 

Winter 

David (i860), 132, 13s, 

138- 
George (1875), i94- 
James (1879), 212. 
William (1847), ^^7- 
William H. (1873), 185, 

191, 196, 201. 

Winterbotham 

Hubert Frederic (1891), 
289. 

Winton 

Richard (1827), 76. 

Wise 

George (1841), 98. 
John (1828), 79. 
Thomas A. [M.] (1845), 
105. 

Wishart 

David (1846), 106. 
James (1846), 106. 

Wood 

Alexander (1786), 36. 
Alexander (1826), 75. 
Alexander Moir (1884), 
242, 248. 



454 



UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS [index 



Wood 

Ashmore (1846), 106. 
Diincan Hamilton (1884), 

241. 
Edward J. F. (1866), 150, 

156. 
Edward Sepdmos (1853), 

119. 
Hedor (181 1), 55. 
Henry [M. M.] (1859), 128. 
James (1767), 18. 
James (1845), »o5- 
James (1847), 107. 
James (1883), 236, 243, 

250, 258. 
Robert (1782), 32. 
Thomas (1849), i'^- 
William (1824), 71. 
William (1871), 177, 182, 

187, 192, 197. 

Woodcock 

Alexander (1829), 79. 
James (1832), 85. 
William (1825), 75. 
William (1835), ^9- 

Wotherspoon ( Wedderspoon, 
Woodderspoon) 

Andrew Murray (1826), 74. 
Arthur Wellesley (1869), 

165, 172, 178, 184, 189. 
Henry Johnstone (1867), 

154, 161, 168, 174, 184, 

189. 
James M. (1878), 207, 213, 

220, 227. 
Peter (1760), 12. 
William Laing (1836), 92. 

Worrall 

Arthur G. (1892), 303, 313. 

Wright 

Arthur B. (1868), 160, 166, 

179. 
Buchan [Warren] (1823), 
68. 



Wright 

Charles (1886), 254, 263, 

271, 280. 
Daniel (1849), in. 
Frederick Walker Leslie 

(1846), 106. 
George (1752), 5. 
George (1802), 48. 
George Tod (1835), 89. 
James (1812), 56. 
James (1837), 93. 
James Rossdl (1848), 109. 
John (1834), 88. 
John (1839), 96. 
John Innes (1835), 89. 
Louis (1879), 212. 
Maxwell ( 1 841), 98. 
Maxwell James (1874), 190, 

195, 200, 205, 212, 216, 

222. 
Patrick (i7S9). "• 
Peter (i7saX 6. 
Robert (1827), 77. 
Thomas H. (1847), 107. 
William (1844), 103. 
William (1858), 127. 
William MaxweU (18 19), 

63. 

Wybrants 

Robert Kerr (1891), 296, 
305. 

Wylie (WyUie) 

Alexander C. (1867), 154. 
Alexander Matthew (1885), 

247, 270, 279, 286, 293, 

302, 311, 320. 
David (1825), 72. 
Francis (1820), 64. 
George C (1865), 145. 
James (181 1), 55. 
James Aitken (1826), 75. 
James Vere (1856), 124. 
James W. (1861), 135, 137. 
John (1806), 51. 
John (1846), 106. 



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MATRICULATION ROLL 



455 



Wylie (WylHe) 

Thomas (1797), 45- 
Thomas Petrigrew (1892), 

3031 3i2> 32o>323>334. 

Yeaman 

James (17 71), 22. 

Yelf 

Clara Mary Fleming (1896), 

329- 

Young 

Alexander (1764), 15. 
Alexander (1846), 105. 
Alexander (1853), 118. 
Alexander (1854), 120. 
Andrew (1806), 51. 
Andrew (1840), 98. 
David (1830), 81. 
David Gowans (1884), 241, 

247, 256, 264, 273, 281, 

288, 294. 
Henry Stephen Matthews 

(1883), 236. 
James (1822), 67. 
James (1842), 100. 
James (1852), 116. 
James Gerard (1845), '04* 
John (181 1), 55. 
John (1820), 64. 
John (1859), 128. 
John (1866), 149. 
John (1896), 330. 
Joseph (18 1 4), 58. 
Julian Charles (1821), 66. 
Maurice (1761), 13. 
Peter William (1832), 85. 
Robert (1767), 18. 



Young 

Robert (1771), 22. 
Robert (1818), 62. 
Robert (1820), 64. 
Robert (1822), 66. 
Robert (1^32), 85. 
Robert W. (1865), 145, 

Thomas (1756), 9. 
Thomas (1772), 22. 
Thomas (1866), 149, 156, 
163, i73> 179, 184, 193. 
Thomas Watson (1896), 

330- 
William (1760), 12. 

William (18 1 2), 56. 

William (1820), 64. 

William (1880), 218, 225, 

232, 246. 
William (1892), 303. 
William B. (1865), 14S1 

15I1 157. 

Younger 

David (1861), 134. 
George (i860), 130, 133, 

i37i MO. 
James (1858), 127. 
James (1859), 128, 131, 

134, 141. 

Yule (Yool) 

Arthur D. (1891), 295. 
George (1891), 289, 299, 

308, 318, 334. 
John (1874), 190, 196, 201, 

206. 
William (i 821), 65. 
William (1880), 218. 



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