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LOCAL AND COUNTY INSTITUTIONS, &c.
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John Jeffrey,
1838
Duncan Lennox,
1849
William Kussell,
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Daniel Forbes,
ti
James Service,
1839
A. Kirkwood,
it
"William Logie,
it
W. F. Kirkland,
1850
James L. Lang,
(i
Quintin Dick,
ii
James Ritchie,
1S40
Matthew Walker,
<i
John Boyd,
"
Gavin Hamilton,
ii
Eobert Clark,
11
John Black Dill,
u
Jas. Burns Kidston
it
James Stevenson,
1852
Alex. Strathern,
n
Thomas Stout,
"
Adam Paterson,
it
Wm. P. Allardice,
ii
James Morrison,
"
George Black,
ii
Thomas C. Young,
1841
Robert Howie,
ii
Angus Turner,
"
William Spiers,
a
Thomas Donald,
ii
William Fleming,
1853
G. R. Tennent,
1842
Thomas G. Wright
ii
Win. B. Hodge,
it
James S. Fleming,
Wm. E. Buchan,
1843
William B. Faulds,
it
Robert Walker,
u
John Naismith,
ii
George Hutchison,
"
J. B. Burnet,
1854
William Burns,
1844
David Lockhart,
"
Alex. Young,
it
James M 'Bride,
u
Hugh Railton,
it
W. D. Hall,
ii
Thomas Nicholson,
1846
William Annan,
ii
George Smith,
u
Peter M'Leod,
a
Wm. Ambrose,
u
John Kidston,
ii
John W. Stewart,
"
J. M. Taylor,
"
John M'Donald,
1847
James Hutcheson,
ii
James Murdoch,
ti
James Muirhead,
"
J. E. Reid,
ii
Samuel Donald,
"
John Dunbar,
1848
Robert Sinclair,
"
Francis Maxwell,
if
John Maxtou,
"
Andrew Mitchell,
1849
William Leitch,
"
Wm. Mathieson,
ii
Adam Morrison,
ii
Jas. D. Hamilton,
ii
Henry B. Lacy,
it
Alex. B. M'Gregor
"
James Alexander,
it
John Buchanan,
ii
Alex. Burrell,
"
James Graham,
ii
John M. Hill,
it
Archd. Livingston,
ii
ESTABLISHMENT OF BURSARIES.
The Faculty beg to direct attention to certain
Bursaries, each of the value of Ten Pounds per
annum, to endure for three years, which they have
established for the purpose of affording encourage-
ment to young men desirous of prosecuting their
legal training in the offices of writers in Glasgow.
The committee of management will, on 1st
August next, issue to every candidate who shall
have then intimated to the secretary his intention
to compete, a notice of the exact time and place iu
John Steuart, 1855
Pat. S. Honeyman, "
Wm. M'Lean, "
And. L. Graham, "
John Gemmel, "
James Inglis, 1856
Robert M'Luckie, "
James Roberton, 1857
Robert Carswell, "
James Galbraith, "
Ross E. Auld, "
Richard M'Culloch, "
John Marshall, jun., "
Jas. H. Watkins, "
J. M. Eobertson, "
James Lockhart, "
William Cowan, "
Eobert Ross, 1858
Robert Stewart, "
John Robertson, 1859
David T. Alexander, "
Archd. Ferguson, "
James B. Christie, "
Hugh Colquhoun, "
Lachlan Cowan, "
John M. Wallace, "
David T. Maclay, "
Thomas S. Sword, "
Wm. M. Wilson, "
George Y. Strang, "
Gordon Smith, "
James Boyd, 1860
Jos. A. Dixon, "
Thomas Davidson, 1861
Henry Lamond, "
Wm. Murdoch, "
John Strachan, "
Arthur Alison, "
David Hannay, 1861
Wm. Paterson, "
D. J. Bannatyne, jun.,"
Chas. B. Aikman, "
Alexander Watt, ]862
Jno. Fisher M'Laren, "
Thomas Arnot, "
D. Davidson Balfour, "
George Paterson, "
Martin Mackay, 1863
Eobt. T. Macfarlan, "
Alex. Johnston Penn, "
Ed w.Lothian Murray,' '
Wm. York, jun., "
James Miller, "
Eobt. Peel Lamond, "
John Smith, "
John Guy, "
John Watson Ross, "
Walter Williamson, "
Andrew Orr, "
Andrew S. Fletcher, "
John Eenison, "
John And. Hamilton, "
Walter Bell, "
Alex. Dick, jun., "
Alex. Taylor Iunes, "
George Gray, 18G4
Wm. H. Moncrieff, "
Eobt. Jameson, jun., "
William Maclachlan, "
John Wm. Alston, "
James Caldwell, "
William Lucas, "
T. Johnston Smillie, 1865
William Caldwell, "
W. Lochore Brown, "
Alex. Pattison, "
Glasgow at which the competitive examinations will
take place.
The candidates, at the time of their examination,
must not be under 16, and not more than 19 years
of age, and shall have been at least one year em-
ployed as a clerk or apprentice by some member of
the legal profession in Glasgow.
The subjects of examination which shall be deemed
essential are — English Beading, Grammar and Com-
position, Writing to Dictation, Arithmetic, Geo-
graphy, and the Rudiments of Latin.
BAILLIE'S INSTITUTION
Was founded by Mr. George Baillie, writer in Glasgow, who divested himself in his lifetime, of his whole
fortune (£18,000), with its accumulations during twenty-one years, from 11th November, 1863, to endow
his said institution for the self-culture of the operative classes in Glasgow, of both sexes, by means of Free
Public Libraries and Reading -Rooms, over the city and suburbs ; and for the tuition and training of their
children in schools strictly unsectarian. The Dean, Council, and Clerk of the Faculty of Procurators in.
Glasgow are perpetual Preceptor, Patrons, and Directors of the institution, which is at present in the course
of confirmation by special Charter from the Crown.

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