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Office-bearers — President, Riglit Hon. Lord Pol-
warth ; vice-presidents, Riglit Hon. tlie Earl of South-
esk, Hod. Lord Cowan, Rev. Sir H. W. Moncreiff,
Bart., D.D., Sir J. Campbell of Stracathro, Sir W.
Johnston of Kirkliill, R. Haldane of Cloanden, Sir A.
Agnew of Lochnaw, Bart.; W. J. Duncan, Edin-
burgh ; J. Cunningham, Edinburgh ; Rev. J. Cairns,
D.D., Berwick ; James Mitchell, LL.D., Glasgow; D.
Paton, Alloa ; D. Forbes, Glasgow ; Rev. G. D.
Cullen, Edinburgh ; Rev. A. N. SamerviUe, Glasgow ;
George Martin of Auchendennan, John Burns of
Castle Wemyss.
General Board — Rev. Jas. Jlorton, chairman ; Hugh
Rose, vice-chairman ; and an eastern and western
Representative Directors — Aberdeen, Rev. A. M.
Bannatyne ; Alloa, Sheriif Clark ; Ayr, Henry C. Gray;
Barrhead, Capt. Hotchkis; Biggar District, E. Chan-
cellor; Bothwell, Blantyre, Uddingston, and Bells'iill,
T. Pearson; Broughty Ferry, T. A. Smieton ; Buchan,
W. Ferguson ; Bute, Rev. P. Macfarlane ; Campbel-
town, Rev. Hector MacNeal ; Coatbridge, D. Wallace ;
Denny, John Hay ; Dumbarton, P. Denny ; Dumfries,
D. B. Hope; Dundee, Rev. J. Ewing; Gourock, G.
Turner ; Govan, Provost Wilson ; Greenlaw District,
Rev. J. Fraser ; Greenock, A. Adam ; Haddington,
A. Scott; Hamilton, Rev. H. M. Hamilton; Helens-
burgh, A. Anderson ; Inverness, G. Robson ; Kelso
District, James Tait ; Kilbarchan, Rev. G. Alison;
Kilmarnock, J. Stewart ; Kirkcaldy, Rev. J. Black ;
Kirkwall, Rev. R. S. Scott, D.D. ; Langholm District,
W. E. Malcolm ; Largs, A. H. M'Lean ; Mauchline,
Rev. G. Fairley ; Mid-Calder, S. B. Hare ; Nairn, Rev.
W. Gillies; Paisley, Sir P. Coats; Partick, Rev. H.
Bremner; Perth, Dr. Bower; Pollokshaws, Rev. W.
B. Gardiner ; Stirling, J. Harvey ; Stranraer, T.
M'Micking; Stromness, D. M. Lang; Thurso, Rev.
W. R. Taylor; Vale of Leven, Rev. J. Tully; Wick,
Rev. D. Berry.
Treasurers — M. Honeyman, 68 West Regent St.,
Glasgow; D. Scott, C.A., 4 North St. David St.,
Edinburgh. Auditors — R. M'Cowan, Glasgow ; E. E.
Scott, C.A., Edinburgh. Secretaries — W. J. Slowan,
80 Virginia St., Glasgow; Rev. Dr. Goold, 5 St.
Andrew Sq., Edinburgh. Visiting Secretary — Rev.
J. S. Nisbet.
G. Burns, president; A. Paterson, LL.D., Jas.
Mitchell and James Stevenson, vice-presidents; T.
Best, 33 Renfield Street, treasurer ; J. A. Campbell
and J. Gumprecht, secretaries. Office, Religious
Institixtion Rooms, 172 Buchanan Street.
Committee Rooms, 75 St. George's Place.
Robert T. Middleton of Hillfoot, president; John
Steel and James Kerr, vice-presidents ; John Hen-
derson, 2oi Sauchiehall Street, treasurer; James
Richmond, 107 King's Park Place, James Andrew,
387 Duke St., and Peter M'Omish, 132 W. Nile St.,
secretaries; with twelve directors, along with repre-
sentatives from the District Unions of the city. Dir-
ectors meet for bu.siness on third Monday of each
Central Rooms, 59 Hutcheson Street.
James A. Campbell, Esq., LL.D., hon. president;
Revs. J. Marshall Lang, D.D., Principal Douglas, D.D.,
F. Ferguson, John Torrance, F. Courtenay, Harvey
Phillips, David Russell, David Solomon, Fergus Fer-
guson, D.D., Charles Cameron, Esq., LL.D., M.P.,
Sheriff Dickson, LL.D., James Cleland Burns, Esq.,
James King, Esq , A, Allan, Esq., John Burns, Esq ,
J. C. White, Esq., William Quarrier, Esq , J. H. N.
Graham, Esq., hon. vice-presidents; Henry Clow,
Esq., president ; Messrs. James Richmond and John
G. Watson, vice-presidents ; James S. Anderson, 22
Albert Drive, Crossbill ; David Dreghorn, 8 Ibrox
Place, Ibroxholm; and Robert Brown, 11 Pitt St.,
secretaries ; John Braidwood, treasurer ; Alexander
Brownlie, James Bruce, John Burns, John Connal,
John D. Douglas, R. W, Henry, J. D. Lang, Alex.
Menzies, J. R. M'Intyre, Wm. Oatts, John Rodger,
Robert Russell,. John Smith, Wm. Smith, J. Waddell,
D. C. Wardrop, and D. M. West, directore.
This society has for its object (1) The establish-
ment, maintenance, and union, throughout the city,
vicinity, and West of Scotland, of associations of
young men for mutual and religious improvement by
engaging in the study of Gud's word and other
religious exercises; (2) The institution of week-day
evening classes and other auxiliary agencies for the
intellectual and moral improvement of young men;
and (3) The maintenance of an evangelistic mission.
Membership, 31st December, 1875 — 4260.
Objects — The promotion and defence of our com-
mon Christianity, opposing and exposing Romanism,
Infidelity, or any other form of unscriptural error,
inimical to God's truth and the civil and religious
liberty of mankind.
President — James Mitchell, Esq., LL.D., 6 Park
Terrace ; vice-presidents — The Right Hon. the Earl
of Galloway, Sir W. C. Anstruther, Bart., M.P., of
C^rmichael and Westraw ; Arch. Arrol, Esq., 18
Blythswood square ; John Burns, Esq , of Castle
Wemyss; Col. Arch. A. Campbell of Blythswood;
James Campbell, jun., Esq., of Tillichewan Castle ;
Sir Peter Coats, of Woodside and Auchendrane ;
Andrew Dunn, Esq., Glasgow and London ; William
Kidston, Esq., of Ferniegair ; Col. W. M. Macdonald
of St. Martias; Sir John Murray, Bart., of Philip-
liaugh and Melgnnd ; Joshua Paterson, Esq., M.D.,
Glasgow ; Jas. Salmon, Esq., Dennistoun ; Col. Jas.
Stewart; William Wilson, Esq., of Pullokshields and
Ardayre. Directors — E. Bell, 40 St. James' Street.
Hillhead; D. Clow, 12 West Garden St., Burnbank;
James Hamilton, 22 Hope Street; J. Hutchison, 22
Hamilton Park Terrace; P. Hutchison, 28 Berkeley
Terrace ; A. J. Kirkpatrick, 57 West Nile St.; Robt.
Mackintosh, Paisley ; J. Robertson, 2 Queen's Terrace;
A. M. Stewart, Virginia Buildings; James Wallace,
Burnbank East; John S. Wylie, 46 Buchanan St.;
John Hutchison, chairman of directors ; John Robert-
son, 2 Queen's Terrace, treasurer; A. M. Stewart,
hon. secretary; Arch. Nicol, collector and officer;
Clydesdale Bank, 14 Miller St., bankers. Office of
the Association — 71 Queen Street.

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