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60 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY.
Robert Gordon's College in Aberdeen.
Founded by Robert Gordon, by Deed of Mortification dated in 1730, and
by Alexander Simpson of Collyhill, by Trust Disposition dated in 1816.
The President and Governors were incorporated by Royal Charter under the
Great Seal of Scotland, dated 15th June, 1772, and by another Royal Charter,
dated 16th May, 1792. They were also incorporated under the name and
title of "The President and Governors of Robert Gordon's College in Aber-
deen," by a Provisional Order, dated 10th June, 1881, made by the Secretary
of State under the Endowed Institutions (Scotland) Act, 1878, which Provi-
sional Order came into operation on 1st August, 1881.
The College — Day School — provides an education suitable for boys pre-
paring for Commercial pursuits, Trades, Engineering, or the University.
Pupils are admitted :—
(1) As Foundationers receiving a free education and an allowance for
maintenance — 90 boys from 8 to 11 years of age, and who are
" children or grand-children of Burgesses of Guild, or of Trade,
of the City of Aberdeen, or children belonging to the City or
County of Aberdeen, who are orphans, or whose parents are in
receipt of weekly wages, or belong to the labouring classes,'
and 30 boys " suitable in respect of age, health, and character "
— age, 11 to 15 years.
(2) As Bursars receiving a free education and in certain cases an
allowance for maintenance— 70 yearly, age 8 to 15 years.
(3) As Fee-paying pupils.
President and Governors — ex-officiis.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen, President.
The Dean of Guild of Aberdeen.
The Principal of the University of Aberdeen.
The Chairman of the School Board of the Burgh of Aberdeen.
ELECTED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF ABERDEEN.
Messrs. George Kemp, Alexander Milne, John Morgan, Alex. P. Glass, John
Skinner, Alex. Wilkie, William Johnston, Alex. H. Taylor, and
William D. Watson.
ELECTED BY THE PRINCIPAL AND PROFESSORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
ABERDEEN.
Professor Grierson and Professor Harrower.
ELECTED BY THE MINISTERS OF SIX CITY CHARGES OF ABERDEEN.
Rev. Charles C. Macdonald, D.D., and the Rev. George Walker, B.D.
Clerk, Treasurer, and Factor— Thomas Fotheringham.
Factor (Collyhill Estates)— -T. A. W. A. Youngson, advocate.
A uditor— William Milne, C.A.
Headmaster —
SUBJECTS. MASTERS.
„ J7 f B. S. McLellan, M.A., and
Mathematics j James Re nnie, B.Sc.
/John Buchanan, B.Sc, F.ph.
S.L., H. G. Williams, B.Sc.
Science 1 J - A - Wilson, M.A., B.Sc,
Alex. S. M. Imrie, M.A., and
Harold G. W. Adan, B.Sc.
r George A. Morrison, M.A. and
Classics ( Peter smith, M.A.
„ ,. , „ J Charles Stewart, M.A., and
English, etc \ Asst . Masters.
J Emil Th. True and Ed. H. Hay,
French I M.A.
J Emil Th. True and Ed. H. Hay,
German.
t M.A.
, J John M. Barclay, M.A., and
Phonography "j
Archibald M. C. Mutch, M.A.

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