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of medicine, and became a surgeon in Gart- Rough, George, from Fala. Died while a more.

student. NICOL, WILLIAM. Airdrie (Well Wynd). SIMPSON, ROBERT, D.D. Sanquhar. PRINGLE, WILLIAM, D.D. Auchterarder. SUDDEN, MUNGO, from Edinburgh (Portsburgh). RAMSAY, JOHN. Dukinfield.

Withdrew from the list of probationers, and ROBB, John. Tough.

became a teacher in Dunbar. SMEAL, THOMAS. Kirkcowan.

VEITCH, JAMES, from Jedburgh (Blackfriars).

Did not prosecute his theological course. Session 1812–8 Students.

WILKIE, JAMES, from Queensferry. Withdrew ANDERSON, JAMES. Dunblane.

from the list of probationers, and became CAIRNS, WILLIAM. Became teacher in Edin

superintendent of an academy in Twickenburgh.

ham, Middlesex. CARLYLE, IRVING. Joined the Church of Eng. WOOD, GEORGE. Kirkcudbright.

land while a student, on account of being refused license, and became curate of Shaw

Session 1815–13 Students. Chapel, near Manchester, but soon after ADAMS, THOMAS. Peebles.

removed to Glossop, 1831. Died 1847. ANDERSON, JOHN, from Paisley (Abbey Close). JACK, ALEXANDER, D.D. Dunbar.

Died while a student. JOHNSTON, EBENEZER, from Biggar. Joined CAIE, THOMAS, A.M., from Aberdeen (Belmont

the Established Church while a student, and Street). Withdrew from the list of probaafterwards became superintendent and chap tioners, and became superintendent of the lain of Plean Asylum, Stirlingshire. Joined Glasgow City Mission. .Resigned in 1864. the Free Church. Died 3d February 1864, Lived privately in Stirling. In May 1870, in his 68th year.

Mr Caie was presented with a piece of Mudie, JOHN LEECH, from Largs. Died while plate and £115 from old fellow-students. a student.

Mr Caie was teacher from 1827 to 1838, Scott, George, from Jedburgh (Blackfriars). first in Kendal, and afterwards in Man.

Joined the Established Church while a chester. student, and became parochial teacher in GILLON, ADAM D. Newcastle (Carliol Street). Whitsome, Berwickshire.

LECKIE, JAMES, from Lauder. Died while a Waugh, ALEXANDER, A.M. London (Miles student. Lane).

MARR, John, from Mauchline. Died while a

student. Session 1813–10 Students.

M'GILCHRIST, JOHN. Dunse. DICKSON, GEORGE, North Sunderland.

NicoL, WILLIAM, D.D. Jedburgh (Blackfriars). DRUMMOND, RALPH. Crail.

RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM. Newtown. HARPER, JAMES, D.D. North Leith.

Smith, Robert. Died while a probationer. HUNTER, RICHARD. Carlisle.

SMITH, JOHN. INGLIS, DAVID M. Berwick (Stockbridge). SOMERVILLE, Joseph, from Kelso. Joined the KEITH, ANDREW, from Fala, of which his father Established Church while a student, and

was minister. Died soon after obtaining became minister of St John's Chapel of Ease, license as a probationer.

Glasgow, 1823. Joined the Free Church, LUKE, JOHN, M.D., from Barrhead. Left the and again left it.

study of theology for that of medicine, and YOUNG, GEORGE, from Kincardine, of which became a surgeon in Glasgow.

his father was minister. Joined the EstabMURRAY, JAMES." Died while a student.

lished Church while a student. Became a PULLER, JAMES. Glenluce.

teacher in Manchester. THOMSON, THOMAS M. Girvan.

Session 1816-11 Students.
Session 1814–16 Students.

ALLISON, DAVID. Stuartfield.
BARCLAY, John. Patna.

BROWN, ROBERT. Dunfermline (St Margaret's). DOBBIE, JAMES. Annan.

CARRUTHERS, JOHN J., D.D., from Dumfries HASTIE, David, from London (Well Street). (Buccleuch Street). Some time missionary

Left the study of theology for that of medi in Astracan, Russia, under the Scottish Miscine. Went to India as a surgeon, and died sionary Society. Returned to Scotland at there.

the breaking-up of that mission. Joined the HAY, WILLIAM S., from Paisley (Abbey Close). Independents, and became minister of a con

Joined the “Original Associate Synod" gregation in that connection in Gosport, while a student, and became minister of a afterwards in Liverpool, and subsequently congregation in that connection in Kilbar Theological Professor to the Colonial Society chan.

at Brockville, Canada. JOHNSTON, JOHN. Newburgh.

DOWNIE, GEORGE, from Alloa (West). Ab. KELLOE, GEORGE Left the study of theology stained from prosecuting his theological

for that of medicine, and became a surgeon course. in Biggar.

JACK, JOHN. Some time missionary at Astracan, MʻVEY, THOMAS, from Falkirk. Died while a Russia, under the Scottish Missionary Soprobationer.

ciety. Returned to Scotland at the breakMiller, WILLIAM, from Falkirk. Emigrated

ing-up of that mission. Joined the Inde. to America immediately after license.

pendents, and became minister of a congre. NICOL, ANDREW, from Kinross (First). Was a gation in that connection in Bristol, 1834,

probationer for nearly 40 years. Sce Dub and afterwards in Kingsbridge, 1857. bieside.

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, A.M., D.D. LimeREID, GEORGE, Westray.

kilns.

M'INTYRE, JAMES. Expelled from the Hall. Ross, ROBERT, M.D., from Leith (Kirkgate).

Some time missionary at Astracan, Russia, under the Scottish Missionary Society. Re. turned to Scotland at the breaking-up of that mission. Joined the Independents. Became minister of a congregation in that connection at Kidderminster, and in 1839 superintendent of the London Missionary Society's Mission in Sydney. Died 1862, in

his 71st year. Roy, David, from Kinkell. Emigrated to

America while a probationer, and became minister of a congregation in New Glasgow,

Nova Scotia. SMELLIE, WILLIAM. Stranraer (Bellevilla). SOMERVILLE, GEORGE Airdrie (Well Wynd).

Session 1817–17 Students. Bell, GEORGE, from Jedburgh (Blackfriars).

Did not prosecute his theological course,

and became a teacher in Newcastle. BROWN, ROBERT. Cumnock. COULTER, JOHN, D.D., from Ireland. Ordained

at Gilnakirk, 1820. CRICHTON, HUGH, D.D. Duntocher. GARRET, JAMES. Muirkirk. GRAY, JAMES, from Ireland. Licensed in that

country, and emigrated to America. HARDIE, JAMES. Kinghorn. KENNEDY, GEORGE. Kilconquhar. LECKIE, John, from Peebles, of which his father

was minister. Finished his theological course, but did not take license. Emigrated to America, became one of the classical teachers in the University High School of

New York, and died there 22d August 1841. MUSCHET, James, from Glasgow (East Camp

bell Street). Died while a student. MEIKLEJOHN, ROBERT. Greenloaning. NEWLANDS, JOHN, D.D. Perth. PULLER, WILLIAM. Urr. SCOTT, THOMAS. Sunderland (Spring Garden

BROWN, ANDREW, from Langholm. Joined the

Established Church while a student, and

became parochial minister of Alva. FERGUSSON, JAMES, from Greenock (Nicolson

Street). Died while a student at Greenock. M'WHIRTER, JAMES. Greenwich. Mein, RICHARD, from Jedburgh (Blackfriars).

Left the study of theology for that of medicine, and died soon after obtaining his dip

loma as a physician. MENON, John. Did not complete his theolo

gical course, and became a teacher. MILLER, ROBERT. SCOTT, JOSEPH. Lochgelly. SHOOLBRAID, JOHN. Lochwinnoch. Thom, John. Anstruther. VEITCH, ROBERT, from Jedburgh (Blackfriars).

Joined the Established Church while a student, and died while a probationer in that connection.

Session 1819-16 Students. BLYTH, JAMES. Gave up study. BROWN, JAMES R., D.D., from Coldstream.

Joined the Established Church while a student. Became minister of a congregation in that connection, first in Berwick-upon-Tweed, afterwards in London (Swallow Street), Dir. leton, East Lothian, and Greenock (Middle

Church). Died there 1860. CHAPMAN, GEORGE. Great Salkeld. Gibson, John. Left suddenly while studying

as a missionary under the Scottish Mission

ary Society. GRAY, JAMES.' London (Albion Chapel). Lillie, JAMES, D.D. Montrose (John Street). LOURIE, WILLIAM. Lauder. LOWRIE, ALEXANDER. East Calder. M'ARTHUR, ARCHIBALD. Emigrated as a pro

bationer to Van Dieman's Land, and be

came minister of a congregation there, 1822. MARSHALL, ALEXANDER. Kendal. MATHER, PETER. West Kilbride. PATERSON, WILLIAM. Banff. Scott, JAMES, from Lochwinnoch. Withdrew

from the list of probationers. SCHAW, WILLIAM, from Glasgow (East Camp

bell Street). Withdrew from the list of pro

bationers. SMART, JOHN, D.D. Leith (St Andrew's Place). TAYLOR, JOHN, M.D., D.D. Auchtermuchty.

Lane).

SMITH, DAVID, D.D. Biggar. SUTHERLAND, ALEXANDER. Whitehaven. WILLIAMSON, THOMAS. Melrose.

Session 1818–11 Students. AITKEN, THOMAS. St Andrews.

IV.

UNITED SECESSION HALL.

PROFESSOR DICK'S CLASS. The Rev. John Dick, D.D., Glasgow, was ap

pointed Professor of Theology by the United Associate Synod in 1820, and held the office till his death, which took place in 1833.

Established Church while a student, bat

died soon after. BLACK, JOHN. Newcastleton. COATES, John, from Glasgow (East Campbell

Street). Turned to a secular calling while

a student. COOPER, JOHN. Fala. CRAWFORD, ALEXANDER. Some time mis

sionary in the East Indies under the Scottish Missionary Society. Returned to this coultry on account of ill-health. Joined the Synod of Ulster, and became minister of a

Session 1820–29 Students. ARNIEL, WILLIAM CURRIE. Portobello. BERRY, JOHN, from Crossgates. Joined the

congregation in that connection in Randals

town, Ireland. CREASE, ROBERT. Peebles. Dickson, ALEXANDER. Did not prosecute his

theological course. DOBBIE, WILLIAM, from Glasgow (Greyfriars).

Finished his theological course, but not

licensed. Dodds, Robert G., from Lauder. Withdrew

from the list of probationers. Studied

medicine, and became a surgeon in Chatham. FISHER, ALEXANDER. Duniermline (Queen

Anne Street). FYFE, ALEXANDER. Studied medicine at the

same time he studied theology, with the view of going abroad as a missionary; but abandoned this intention, and became a surgeon in Edinburgh, whence he removed

to Crieff. HALLEY, EBENEZER, D.D. St Andrews. HENDERSON, JAMES, from Falkirk. Withdrew

from the list of probationers. Studied medicine. Became a surgeon in London, and

died there. HENDRINE, SAMUEL, from Ireland. Ordained

at Middleton, in that country. HUNTER, JOHN. Belford. M‘RAE, DAVID, A.M. Lathones. MARTIN, DAVID. MEIN, RICHARD. MITCHELL, JAMES. Sent to Poona, India, by

the Scottish Missionary Society. Designated 28th November 1822. Died 28th March

1866. OLIVER, ALEXANDER, from Pollockshaws. Died

while a student. PATON, ROBERT. Did not prosecute his theolo

gical course, and became a teacher in Glas

editor of “Lectures on Theology,” by the Rev. Dr Dick, his father, with a memoir, 1833 ; “ Dissertation on Church Polity," 1835; “The Nature and Office of the State," 1848 ; besides contributing various articles to the North British Review, and

other magazines. DOUGLAS, Hugh. Lockerbie. DUNCAN, DAVID. Howgate. HANNAH, PETER. Creetown. HUME, John. Died while a student. MAIN, THOMAS. Left the study of theology for

that of medicine. Became a surgeon in

Falkirk, and died there in 1825. M'CONNEL, John. Died while a student. MÖGREGOR, MATTHEW, from Methven. With

drew from the list of probationers into pri

vate life. M'KERROW, William, D.D. Manchester

(Lloyd Street). MATHER, WILLIAM. Joined the Established

Church while a student. Became minister of a quoad sacra church in Stanley. Withdrew from the Established Church in 1843, and became minister of the Free Church

there. MORRISON, JOHN. Keith. OGILVIF, ALEXANDER, from Wigtown, of which

his father was minister. Died soon after

obtaining license, 1825. PATERSON, GEORGE East Linton. PATERSON, MATTHEW, from Alloa (West).

Withdrew from the list of probationers.
Became a bookseller in Edinburgh, and

died there in 1844.
PATERSON, ROBERT. Greenloaning.
REDPATH, ROBERT, A.M. Edenshead.
SIMPSON, JOHN, from Edinburgh (Bristo Street).

Minister of the United Presbyterian congre

gation at Port Maria, Jamaica. SKINNER, JOHN, D.D. Partick. SOWDEN, SAMUEL, from Glasgow (Duke Street).

Finished his theological course, but not licensed. Studied medicine, and became a

surgeon. WILLIAMSON, William, from Paisley (Abbey

Close). Withdrew from the list of proba.

tioners. YOUNG, JAMES, probationer. Left the connec.

tion.

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Session 1821–29 Sludents. BEUGO, JAMES, from Dunning, of which his

father was minister. Withdrew from the

list of probationers into private life. BLACK, John, from Galston. Died while a

student. BLACKWOOD, ROBERT. Banff. BLAIR, JAMES. Warkworth. CAIRNS, PETER. Stewarton. CAIRNS, ROBERT. Cumbernauld. CARMICHAEL, DANIEL. Blyth. COUTTS, CHARLES. Withdrew from the list of

probationers, and became a teacher. Dick, ANDREW COVENTRY, son of Dr Dick.

Attended two sessions. Afterwards studied at Edinburgh for the Bar, and admitted as advocate in 1827. Was Sheriff-Substitute of Bute, 1847-62. Retired to Helensburgh, where he died on 14th January 1870, in the 66th year of his age. Author of “Principles of Voluntary Churches Defended," 1833 ;

Session 1822—29 Students. BOOKLESS, WILLIAM. Maryport. Boyd, J., from Edinburgh (Bristo Street).

Gave up his theological course, and turned

to a secular profession. BROWNLEE, JAMES, from Falkirk (South), of

which his father was minister. Emigrated to America as a probationer, and became minister of a congregation in Staten Island,

New York. CARTER, Thomas, from Earlston. Joined the

Established Church shortly after obtaining license, and became parochial teacher in

Merton, Berwickshire. HAMILTON, JAMES. Longtown. LAMBIE, ANDREW, from Auchinleck. Joined

the “ Associate Synod of Original Seceders" while a student, and became minister of a congregation in that connection in Pitcairn.

green, Perthshire. MARR, DAVID, A.M. Edinburgh (Lothian

Road).

MACKELVIE, William, D.D. Balgedie. METHVEN, JAMES, from Stewarton, of which

his father was minister. Emigrated to

America while a student. MITCHELL, JAMES. Comrie. MONCUR, JAMES, from Rattray. Gave up his

theological course, and became a teacher of

mathematics in the Royal Navy. NISBET, WILLIAM. Edinburgh (Infirmary Street). PAUL, JOHN. Sanday. PEDDIE, WILLIAM, D.D. Edinburgh (Bristo

Street). POLLOK, David, from Mearns. Withdrew from

the list of preachers into private life. Author

of a memoir of his brother, Robert Pollok. POLLOK, ROBERT, M.A., from Mearns. Died

1827, shortly after obtaining license, at Shirley Common, Southampton, whither he had gone for his health, and where a monument has since been erected by public subscription to his memory. He was born at Muirhouse, Eaglesham, Renfrewshire, on the 19th October 1798, and died on the 17th September 1827. Author of “The Course of Time," a poem in ten books ; “ Helen of the Glen;" “ The Persecuted Family ;” and “Ralph Gemmel,” tales of

the Covenanters PRINGLE, JOHN. Elgin. RANKINE, JAMES. Left off study. Scott, ROBERT. Burghead. STEVEN, WILLIAM. Largs. STRANG, James, from Buchlyvie. Emigrated

to America while a probationer. TAYLOR, WILLIAM, D.D. Peebles. TILLIE, ALEXANDER. Burghead. ToD, ANDREW. Balerno. VALLANCE, JOHN, from Strathaven. Finished

his theological course, but not licensed. Became a lithographic printer in Liverpool,

and died there. WATERSON, DAVID, from Longridge. Died

while a student. Wood, WILLIAM, A.M. Lismore. YOUNG, GEORGE. Joined the Established

Church. Became a teacher in Manchester. YOUNG, JOHN, LL.D. London (Albion Chapel).

keith. Licensed 1828. While a student Mr Crybbace published a work on “Moral Responsibility;"another on “Divine Agency in Saving Faith ;” and while a probationer he published a pamphlet entitled “The Christian Catholic Church.” In September 1831, the Committee appointed to converse with preachers reported to the Synod "that they spent some time in conversation with Mr Crybbace, and found that he holds, and has taught and published, doctrinal sentiments which, in the judgment of the Committee, are inconsistent with the standards of this Church, in proof of which they refer to a tract published by him, entitled “The Christian Catholic Church,' addressed to the people of Ireland (page 4); that he holds himself possessed of complete power as a minister of the Gospel ; and that when in London, he had declared, on certain alleged grounds, that the Presbytery of London had ceased de facto to exist as a Presbytery in connection with this Church, and that their congregations had come under his superintendence as the ministerial representative of the United Secession Church in London.” Mr Crybbace was present, and heard. “After long and deliberate reasoning, the Synod found that Mr Crybbace has made no satisfactory defence of nor apology for his conduct ; and the Synod agree that he should not be allowed, in the meantime, to exercise his functions as a preacher of the Gospel under the inspection of this Synod." Mr Crybbace then disowned connection with the Secession Church, and has since itinerated as a preacher without any ecclesiastical com

nection.* DUNCAN, JAMES, from Kinclaven, Withdrew

from the list of probationers, and became a

newspaper editor. FLEMING, DAVID, from Kennoway. Died while

a student. GARDNER, John H., A.M. Whithorn. HAY, JAMES K., from Avonbridge. Joined the

Established Church while a student, and became minister of Dean Church, Edinburgh.

Deposed 1842. HENDERSON, ALEXANDER. Dunblane. HILL, GEORGE Warrington JOHNSTON, CHARLES. Monkwearmouth. KIRKWOOD, ROBERT, from Paisley (Abbey

Close). Emigrated to America while a probationer, and became minister of a congre.

gation there. M'GUFFIE, PETER. South Ronaldshay. MEIKLEHAM, JOHN, A.M. Grange. MILLER, JAMES, from Newmilns. Withdrew

from the list of probationers. Emigrated as

a probationer to America. Muir, JAMES. Sunderland (Union Chapel). NICOL, THOMAS. Pitrodie.

Session 1823--35 Students. ADAM, THOMAS, from Johnstone. Relinquished

the study of theology for that of medicine. Became a surgeon in Barrhead, but after

wards emigrated to America. ARNOT, GEORGE Crossford. BELL, GEORGE, from the Presbyterian congrega

tion of Perth, Canada West. Returned to that country, and became a minister at

Simco, in Canada. BATHGATE, John. Died while a student. BUCHAN, PETER. Holm. CHAMBERLAIN, John. A member of the Esta

blished Church. Educated by the Scottish Missionary Society. Licensed by the Northumberland Class of Presbyterians, with the view of retaining his connection with the Established Church. Sent to Jamaica 1826,

and died there 1832. Courts, David, from Logiealmond. Withdrew

from the list of probationers. Studied medicine. Subsequently emigrated to America, and became minister of a congregation

in Canada West. CRYEBACE, THOMAS TULLY, A.M., from Dal.

* On the ad November 1872 an advertisement appeared in the Glasgow newspapers in the following terms :-"A General Assembly of the Protestant citizens of Glasgoe, with their ministers and elders, who would supplicate a fresh effusion of the Holy Spirit of love and power for the joyful re-union of all the faithful men in the land under their Divine Head, and for the completion of their Protese tant Reformation, according to God's written Word, will be commenced (D.V.) in the Free Gaelic Church, Hope Street, on Sabbath, 30 November, at half-past six, and be continued on Tuesday and Thursday evening. The Rev. T. T. Crybbace, A.M., Gen. Con., and other ministers and elders, will take part."-EDS.

OLIVER, SAMUEL, from Dumfries (Buccleuch

Street). Did not prosecute his theological course, and became superintendent of an

academy in Oldham, Lancashire. REID, David, from Tarbolton. Withdrew from

the list of probationers. Studied medicine,

and became a surgeon in Fenwick. REID, JOHN. Dumfriesshire (Dalry). ROBERTSON, WILLIAM. Cupar (Burnside). Robson, John, D.D. Lasswade. TEMPLE, ALEXANDER, from Glasgow (Welling

ton Street). Relinquished the study of theology for that of medicine. Became a

surgeon in Partick. Died there. SKINNER, FRANCIS, D.D. Blackburn. WALKER, GEORGE, from Glasgow (East Camp

bell Street). Accompanied the Rev. Dr Lang to New South Wales in 1837, and

became minister of a congregation there. WALLACE, GEORGE, from East Linton. With

drew from the list of probationers, and became superintendent of an academy in

Hull. WARDROP, John, from Kilmarnock (Wellington

Street). Died while a preacher. WATSON, JAMES, from Johnstone (Secession).

Sent to Jamaica by the Scottish Missionary

Society. Minister in Kingston. WILSON, JOHN, from Glasgow (Regent Street).

Educated by the Scottish Missionary Society, but was prevented by the state of his health from going abroad. Became minister

of an Independent congregation in Montrose. WILSON, ROBERT, D.D. Kendal. YOUNG, JOHN. Bellingham.

Emigrated to America while a probationer,

and became minister there. KEVAND, ROBERT, from Glasgow (Wellington

Street). Died while a probationer. KING, DAVID, LL.D. Dalkeith. LockiE, ALEXANDER, from Greenlaw. Occa

sional supply of preachers. M'CONNEL, J., from Ayr, Died while a student. MARSHALL, WILLIAM, D.D. Coupar-Angus. Martin, ANDREW. Lochmaben. MILLER, WILLIAM. Longridge. MILNE, CHARLES. Edensheaä. MUIR, JOHN, from Dalry, Ayrshire. Died while

a student. NEWLANDS, JAMES BIRNIE, from Glasgow

(Campbell Street). Relinquished the study of theology for that of medicine. Became a surgeon in Liff, Forfarshire, but subsequently

emigrated to America. ORR, WILLIAM. Fenwick. RENTON, HENRY, A. M. Kelso. RITCHIE, ALEXANDER. Dalry, Ayrshire. ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER, from Selkirk. With

drew from the list of probationers. Went

to Australia. ROBERTSON, JOHN. Burghead. ROBERTSON, PATRICK. Sunderland (Smyrna

Chapel). SCOTT, JAMES, from Largs. Turned to a secu

lar calling while a student. Scott, THOMAS, from Pollockshaws. Joined

the Established Church while a student, and

became a parochial teacher. SHANKS, David, from Airdrie (Well Wynd).

Emigrated to America as a probationer. SINCLAIR, SUTHERLAND. Greenock (George

Square). Smith, James, D.D. Glasgow (Erskine Church). THOMSON, ANDREW W., from Thornhill. With

drew from the list of probationers. Became

teacher in England. Died 1855. Tod, David. Stonehaven. WARDEN, JOSEPH, from Greenock (Nicolson

Street). Prevented from prosecuting his theological course. Died 1826.

Session 1824-36 Students. Borthwick, Peter, from Penicuik. Prevented

by the Presbytery of Edinburgh from finishing his theological course at the United Associate Hall. Joined the Episcopal Church, and went to study at Oxford. Became a tragedian. Engaged by the West India interest as lecturer on slavery, in opposition to Mr George Thompson, the immediate emancipation advocate. Subsequently twice member of Parliament for the borough of Evesham, in the county of Worcester, through private interest. Afterwards connected with the Morning Post newspaper; at the same time studying law at the Inns of Court. Died in December 1852, at

a comparatively early age. BROOM, ANDREW. North Sunderland. BROWNING, DAVID. Newcastle (Blackett Street). CARRUTHERS, WILLIAM. Queensferry. CLARKE, GEORGE Chapelknowe. CUNNINGHAM, William, from Alloa (West).

Did not complete his theological course. DUNCAN, WALTER. Glasgow (Duke Street). FERGUSSON, PETER, from Bridge of Teith.

Emigrated to America immediately on taking license, and became minister of a con

gregation in Canada West. GAIR, ALEXANDER. Joined the Established

Church. Minister of Glenmorison. GAIR, WALTER, from Inverness (First). Gaelic

student. Not licensed. Was a teacher in

Inverness. Gow, David, from Perth (North). Relinquished

study. HARPER, JAMES, from Glasgow (Duke Street).

Session 1825–33 Students. Adams, John, from Johnstone. Emigrated to

America while a student. ALLAN, JAMES, from Selkirk. Died while a

student. Brown, JAMES. Shapinshay. BRUCE, JOHN COLLINGWOOD, A.M., LL.D.,

F.S.A., from Newcastle (Clavering Place). Withdrew from the list of probationers, and became superintendent and proprietor of an academy in Percy Street, Newcastle. Had the degree of LL.D. conferred upon him by the University of Glasgow, 1853. Author of “Introduction to Geography and Astronomy," which has gone through many editions; “ Handbook of English History," a book for schools (4th edition); “ The Bay. eaux Tapestry Elucidated," 1856; “A Sermon preached on the occasion of the death of the Rev. D. Carmichael, Blyth,” 1860; “ The Roman Wall, being an account of the Barrier of the Lower Isthmus," 8vo, 1851, second edition, 1853, third edition, quarto and folio, 1867; "The Wallet-Book of the Roman Wall, a Guide to Pilgrims journeying along the Barrier of the Lower Isthmus," 12mo, 1863; “A Handbook to

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