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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
BUCHANAN INSTITUTION.
47 Grkeniiead Steet.
Founded cii a bequest to the city of Glasgmv, by
the late James Buchanan, fur the maintenance,
education, unci industrial training of destitute boys.
The pupils reside witli tbeir friends at night, but
receive three substantial meals daily at the institution.
They are taught reading, writing, aud arithmetic,
besides the elements of navigation, gj-mnastics,
tailoring, shoemaking, and carpentry, to fit them for
the navy and army, the mercliant and marine ser-
vice, and ;is emigrants to the colonies. Three hun-
dred and fifty boys are educated and maintained at
the institution.
Directors — From the Town Council, the Hon. the
Lord Provost, Bailie T. A. ilathieson, John Craig,
and William Jlillar, jun. ; from the Merchants'
House, the Lord Dean of Guild, M. Connal, W.
Holms, and David Cross; from the Trades' House,
the Deacon-Convener, T. BIyth, D. Black, and Thos.
Warren. Governor srid head-master, Rev. W.
Leggatt ; matron. Miss E. Porteous; medical atten-
dant, W. field.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCOTLAND.
GLASGOVi' BRAMCH.
President, E. Ness, St. Matthew's School ; trea-
surer, K. M. Miller, Ibroxholm Academy; secretary,
D. Fletcher, 30 Cleveland Street. Comnlittee of
management — A. M'Taggart, filarlyr's School; T.
Neill, Academy, Elgin Street; T. Blenzies, Hntche-
son's Schools ; J. M'Aulay, St. Stephen's Parish
School ; D. T. Aitken, Blind Asylum ; T. O'Beirne,
Annfield School ; Dr. Laing, Anderson's University ;
M. Finla_v, Old Kilpatrick Parish School; A. Mil-
ler, Jlaryhill Parish School ; J. Preston, Milton
Schools; Eev. W. Leggatt, Buchanan Institution;
J. \Vylie, Free St. George's School ; J. Donald, St.
Rollox School ; J. Robertson, Normal School.
The meetings are generally held in the High
School on the third Saturday of each month, from
October to May, when lectures are delivered and
matters discussed connected with education. All
interested in the cause of education are invited to
attend.
CALTON, MILE-END, AND BRIDGETON
MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.
46 Canning Street.
A. Noble, president ; W. Walker, E. Hill, vice-
presidents; J. P. Cubie, sec; J. Hendry, treas. ;
Miss Donald, librarian; H. M'Nabb, music class;
G. W. Baynham, elocution ; J. AVhitelaw, French.
GLASGOW GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF ART.
Corporation Buildings, Sauchieiiall St.
The Hon. the Lord Provost, president ; the Lord
Dean of Guild, the Deacon Convener, and J. Hannan,
vice-presidents ; j\I. Bannatyne, honorary secretary ;
W. Connechie, acting secretary ; W. W. Watson,
treasurer; R. Greenlees, W.S-A., head master; A.
Banner, second master; R. Brydall, third master;
E. Patrick, assistant; A. Russell, mechanical draw-
ing ; J. B. Paul, assistant ; D. Thomson, architec-
tural drawing; W. D. Spreull, assistant; model-
ling, W. Mossman ; D. Glen, janitor.
NORMAL INSTITUTION.
IX COXN'ECTION 'WITH TUB CHDRCH OF SCOTL.\Nn
Rev. Dr. Jamieson, convener ; G. W. Snodgrass
treasurer; J. Leitch., rector and correspondent ; Grao
Foulis, matron.
Students' Hall. — Principles of teaching, Eeligiou
Knowledge, Clasbics, &c., J. Leitch; E. M. Dixon
B.Sc, Lecturer on Physical Science and Mathe
matics ; J. Robertson, Lecturer on History ; E
Calvert, Lectureron Geography; Drawing, A. Banner
from the Department of Science and Art ; Music, W
H. Lithgow ; Needlework, Grace Foulis.
Practising Schools. — Senior Department, G. Mur-
ray ; Second Master, A. Stewart; Junior, J. Steven-
son; Mistress, E. Aitken; Initiatory, H. Young
Infant School, I. Bain; Music, W. H. Litheow
Needlework, Grace Foulis ; Pianoforte, ilisses Fouli
and \Valiace ; Drawing, 11. Brj'dall, from Depart
ment of Science and Art ; janitor, J. Cunningham.
NORMAL SEMINARY.
IX CONNECTION WITH THE FREE CIIURCil,
Thomas Morrison, rector; Eev. Dr. Buchanan
convener; W. Kidston, lion, secretarv.
Senior Department, J. White and R. Robertson
Juvenile, D. B. Hutcheon and A. Walker ; Mode
School, W. Sloan; Initiator}-, D. Caughie and JI
Caughie ; Industrial Department, Miss Wallace ant
Miss Boyle ; Bliddle Cia.ss School, J. M'Birnie, M.D
and J. Johnstone ; Mathematical tutor, J. Kerr.
LL.D. ; Lecturer on Geography, &c., A. 11. Dick
D. Sc. ; Master of Method, E. Boyd; Music Gover-
ness, Miss A. Hood ; Lndy Superintendent. Mis-
W^allace; French, Jlons. Gorecki; Music, J. M'Lel-
land: Drawing, A. Banner; janitor, J. Riddell.
THE GLASGOW INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS,
(rotTENROV? and MOSSBANK, rrOGGANFIELD.)
The Eight Hoc. Lord Blantyre, patron ; The Hon.
J. Watson, Lord Provost, president; Sir. J. Camp
bell, of Stracathro, R. Dalglish, BLP, A. Galbraiih,
P. Clouston, Sir J. Lumsden, Professor Sir W,
Thomson, W. Graham, M.P., A. Orr Ewing, M.P.,
W. Buchanan, J. Blackie, jun., C.C. Mackirdy, vice-
presidents.
The Managing Committee. — W. Connal, Chair-
iiian, A. Ewing, Lord Dean of Guild, Bailie Mac-
donald, A. Birrell, C. H. Bousfield, H. Brown, J
Campbell, J. Carmichael, T. C. Christie, J. Fulton,
R. D. Douglas, T. Ferguson, C. B. Finlay, W.
Holms, W. Ker, A. Kaj', John Low, T. Blurray,
Rev. D. Menzies, Dr. w". MacGill, Rev. J. M'Kav,
C. C. Mackirdy. J. M'Laren, W. Millar, Dr. J
Patersou, A. D. Rutherford, J. Scott, J. Stevenson,
R. Walker, jun., D. Wallace, J. B. Vfingate, G,
Younger.
House Committee for Rotienrow. — J. M'Laren,
convener.
House Committee for Mosshanlc. — J. Campbell, of
Tilliechewan, convener; A. D. Rutherfurd & J. W.
Guild, C.A., auditors; Dr. W. MacGill, medical
officer; E. Simpson Macharg, 138 West George
Street, treasurer and secretary.
Number of inmates, December 31, 1871 : boys,
441 ; girls, 234. Total, 675.

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