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Insuniiici' Companies.
Jiinies Tytler, Esq. of Woodliouselee.
John Sliiiiik More, Es(|. iidvotute.
•Sir Tlioiniis Dick Laudi-r of Graii',^-, 15ait.
•William Connall, Esq. nieichaiit, Gla-sKovv.
*The Very Itev. I'liiicipal Macfarlaiit!, Glasgow.
♦Robert Scott JMoncreiii", Esq, advocate.
•Robert Faul, Es([. secretary, Commercial Bank.
OrdiiKirt/ Directors.
John Craig, Esq. merchant,
Edinburgh.
John Gibson, Esq. W. S.
William Ellis, Esq. S.S.C.
Robert Coldstream, Esq.
merchant, Leith.
Daniel Fisher, Esq. S.S.C'.
William Berwick, Esq. brew-
er, Edinburgh.
Adam Wilson, Esq. D. C. S.
James Balfour, Esq. of Pilrig.
William Mitchell, Esq. of
Parson's Green.
Henry David Hill, Esq.W.S.
Th. Beveridge, Esq. D. C. S.
JamesThomsou Gibson Craig,
Esq. W.S.
George Bell, Esq. merchant,
Leith.
*James Saunders Robertson,
Esq. W.S.
*Johu Glassford Hopkirk,
Esq. W.S.
* James Pattison, Esq. mer-
chant, Edinburgh.
The Earl of Rosebery, on the motion of the Right Ho-
nourable the Lord Justice Clerk, having left the chair,
which, also on the motion of the Lord Justice Clerk, ha-
ving been taken by his Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and
Queensberry, the Lord Justice Clerk then moved that the
best thanks of the General Court be given to the Earl of
Rosebery, not only for his conduct in the chair on this
occasion, but for the uniform attention which, as Preses of
the Society, his Lordship has paid to its business from its
commencement down to the present time ; which motion
having been seconded by Sir James Gibson Craig of Ric-
carton, Bart., was carried by acclamation, and the thanks
of the Court awarded accordingly ; to which the Earl of
Rosebery replied in acknowleijgment.
The chair having then been resumed by the Earl of
Rosebery,
On the motion of Sir Francis Walker Drummond of
Hawthornden, Bart., and Patrick Robertson, Esq., advo-
cate, the thanks of the Court were unanimously voted to
the Manager, the Society's auditor, Patrick Cockburn, Esq.,
and their Medical Officer, Dr Duncan, for their assiduous
and faithful discharge of the duties of their respective
offices. — Thereafter the Court adjourned.
JOHN M'KEAN, Manager.
Edinburgh, 5, St Andrew Square,
23d January, 1832.
t*i, Those marked thus * are newly elected.
N. B. Tabular statements of the additions by way of
Bonus, which are of large amount, may be had on applica-
tion at the office.
PlUN-nr.l) IIV BAM.ANTVNE AND i;0., Pil'l.'b UOHK, LDINUl'UOU.

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