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LOCAL AND COUNTY INSTITUTIONS, &c.
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John Guy, 1863
John Watson Eoss, "
Walter Williamson, "
Andrew Orr, "
Andrew S. Fletcher, "
John Renison, "
John And. Hamilton, "
Walter Bell, "
Alex. Dick, jun. "
Alex. Taylor Inne3, "
George Gray, 1864
Win. H. Moncrieff, "
Eobt. Jameson, jun., "
William Maclachlan, "
John Wm. Alston, 1864
James Caldwell, "
William Lucas, "
T. Johnston Smillie, 1865
William Caldwell, "
W. Lochore Brown, "
Alex. Pattison,
Cunningham Mon-
teath,
Charles France,
John Fleming,
David Murray,
James Dunbar,
Mark Bannatyne,
1866
1867
ESTABLISHMENT OP BURSARIES.
The faculty beg to direct attention to certain Bur-
saries, each of the value of Ten Pounds per annum,
to endure for three years, which they have established
for the purpose of affording encouragement 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 in
John Willison, 1867
Jas. WilliamsonKnox, "
John Colin Mitchell, 1868
Bobert M'Gowan, "
Jas. Neil Hart, "
James Alexander, 1869
Neilson Bird, "
Wm.Alex. Galbraith,"
William Borland, "
John Finlayson, "
Richard Brown, "
Daniel Hill, "
William C. Hotson, "
A. M. Lindsay, M.A.,"
John A. Spens, 1S69
Laurence Thomson, "
T. C.Young, jr., M. A.,"
Arthur Forbes, "
Alex. Crum Maclae, "
George Young, "
George Burn Young, "
James Mackenzie, "
Jas, Aiken, M.A., 1870
James Colquhoun, "
John Ferguson, "'
George B. Hoggan, ' '
Andrew Paul, "'
Thomas Sinclair, "
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 employed
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 reading, grammar and com-
position, writing to dictation, arithmetic, geography,
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 ansectarian. The Dean, Council, and Clerk of the Faculty of Procurators in
Glasgow are perpetual preceptor, patrons, and directors of the institution, which was confirmed by special
charter from the crown, dated March 18, 1867.
FACULTY OF PROCURATORS' TABLE OF FEES.
For Noting and Protesting Bills, enacted on 1st January, 1870.
Foreign Bills.
If Bill under £30,
£30 and under £100,
£100 and under £200,
£200 and upwards,
If Bill under £25,
£25 and under £100,
Above £100,
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INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS AND ACTUARIES IN GLASGOW.
Office-bearers constituting the Council for the year 1870. — William Anderson, president; Laurence
Eobertson, jun., John C. Reid, Moncrieff Mitchell, John Graham, Peter White, and George Robson,
committee ; Walter Mackenzie, auditor ; Robert M'Cowan, treasurer ; James Wyllie Guild, secretary.
Aitken, Robert, 66 St. Vincent st
Aitken, R. Easton, of Mackenzie,
Aitken, & Barclay, 66 St. Yin-
cent street
Anderson, James, 57 West Nile
street
Anderson, William, of Kerr, An-
derson, & Brodie, 132 St. Vin-
cent street
Auld, William, of Auld & Guild,
65 St. Vincent street
Bannatyne, Andrew, jun., 77 Bu-
chanan street
B arclay, II. B., of Mackenzie,
Aitken, & Barclay, 66 St. Vin-
cent street
Black, Alex., of Black & Robson,
14 Prince's square
Blair, James, 169 West George st.
Brodie, J. A., of Kerr, Anderson,
& Brodie, 132 St. Vincent st.
Brown, William, of Moore &
Brown, 28 St. Vincent place
Buchanan, T. G., 3 Thornville
Terrace, Hillhead
Carswell, Wm. J., 36 St. Vin. pi
Church, Wm., jun., 67 St. Vin-
cent street
Drew, Wm., of Robertson & Drew,
168 St. Vincent street
Easton, Robert, 20 Buchanan st.
Foulds, J. C, 79 St. Vincent st.
Gait, James, of Reid & Gait, 8
Prince's square
Gourlay, John, 141 St. Vine. st.
Graham, James, 128 St. Vin-
cent street
Graham,John, of J. & W. Graham,
71 West Nile street

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