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CHARITABLE AND FRIENDLY INSTITUTIONS,
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CLAN CHATTAN ASSOCIATION.
The Association consists of persons bearing the
surname of Mackintosh, Macpherson, Davidson, Mac-
gillivray, Gow, Gillies, Macqneen, Farquharson, Shaw,
Cattanach, Macbean, Macphail, Crerar, Noble, Gillespie,
and Clark, and is non-political and non- sectarian.
The objects of the Association are (1) the fostering
■of Clan sentiment ; (2) the cultivation of friendly
intercourse among the members ; (3) the rendering
of assistance to deserving clansmen ; (4) the collecting
and preserving of records and traditions bearing on
the history of the clan ; and (5) the encouraging of
Highland arts and industries. The Association con-
sists of three classes of members, viz. : — Life members,
who shall make one pajment of not less than £o 5s. ;
lion, members, who shall pay an annual subscription
of £1 Is., and who shall be entitled on payment of
six consecutive yearly subscriptions to become life
members ; and ordinary rcembers, who shall pay an
annual subscriptioa of 2s. 6d.
Office-bearers for 1896-97. — Chief, the Mackintosh
of Mackintosh ; hon. presidents, Chas. Fraser Mackin-
tosh, Esq., Alexander Mackintosh Mackintosh, Esq.,
Leonard Gow, Esq , Walter Shaw, Esq., Wm. Shaw,
Esq., Edward Macbean, Esq., David R. Clark, Esq.,
William L. Shaw, Esq. ; president, William Mackin-
tosh, Esq. ; vice-presidents, Donald Shaw, Esq., D.
Mackintosh, Esq. ; treasurer, James Mackintosh, 4
Gordon St. ; secretary, Wra. G. Davidson, Account-
ant, 51 West Regent Street, Glasgow.
CLAN MACMILLAN SOCIETY.
Chief, Eev. H. MacmiUan, D.D., LL.D , F.R.S.E.,
Greenock ; president, Donald Macmillan, Partick ;
secretary, W. S. Macmillan, writer, 102 Bath Street,
Glasgow ; treasurer, Donald Macmillan, 68 Main St.,
Anderston, Glasgow.
The Object of the Society is to foster clan sentiment
by the collection and preservation of records, traditions,
and relics, bearing on the history of the clan, by the
cultivation of social intercourse amongst its mem-
bers, and by any other methods which the Society
may from time to time approve.
Membership. — All persons of the surname of Mac-
millan, or any other accepted spelling of Macmillan
or M'Millan,are eligible as members, including ladies
bearing the name either by parentage or by marriage.
THE CLAN MACLEAN.
Instituted 1892.
Chief, Sir Fitzroy Donald MacLean, of Morvern,
Bart. ; treasurer, C. J. MacLean, writer, 115 St.
Vincent Street, Glasgow ; secretary, Daniel MacLean,
119 George Street, Glasgow; convener of financial
committee, John MacLean, 68 JlitcheU St., Glasgow.
THE CLAN FRASER SOCIETY.
1 Secretary, J, Simpson Eraser, F.S.A.A., 49 Bath St
The objects of this Society are the reviving, con-
I serving, and promoting the interests, sentiment, and
j associations of the clan, assistmg of decayed clans-
men, &c.
THE CLAK GREGOB SOCIETY.
Instituted 1822.
The objects of the Society are to assist, by way of
bursaries or otherwise, in the education of young
persons belonging to the Clan Gregor and bearing
one or other of the Clan names and recommeoded
by a member of the Society ; to relieve necessitous
and deserving persons belonging to the Clan Gregor;
and to collect and pubUsh ancient or interesting
documents o:r articles on interesting events connected
with, and to compile an authentic history of the Clan,
and of the different families belonging to it. The
Society is non-political and non-sectarian, and both
ladies and gentlemen are eligible as members.
The membership is of two classes, viz : — (1) Life
Members, who shall make a single payment of £5 os.
or upwards; and (2) Ordinary Members, who shall
make an annual payment of, at least, 5s. In addition,
ladies and gentlemen who are in any way connected
with, or friendly to the Clan, or who may make
donations, or be otherwise serviceable to the Clan,
may become honorary members of the Society with
the privilege of recommending applicants.
Office-bearers for 1897 — Hereditary Patron, Sir
Malcolm MacGregor, of MaoGregor, Bart., Edinchip,
Lochearnhead ; president, Atholl MacGregor, Esq.,
Eastwood, Dunkeld; vice-presidents. Rev. Charles
MacGregor, D.D.,Lady Yester's, Edinburgh, and Miss
A. Murray MacGregor, Dunkeld House, Dunkeld ;
treas., Malcolm MacGregor, Esq., S.S.C, 21 South
Castle St., Edinburgh; secretary, Alex, MGrigor,
Esq., writer, 172 St, Vincent Street, Glasgow.
CLAN CAMPBELL SOCIETY.
Instituted 1891.
The objects of the Society are : — The collecting and
preserving of records and traditions relating to the his-
tory of the Clan. To encourage by pecuniary aid or
otherwise such young men and women of the name of
Campbell as give indications of talents and genius,
the rendering of assistance to deserving Clansmen,
and the cultivation of social intercourse among the
members. The members of the Society must bear
or assume as surname, Campbell, Ladies of the
Clan by birth or marriage will be eligible for member-
ship or for any of the offices of the Society. Ad-
mission shall be by vote of the Society.
Chief, His Grace the Duke of Argyll; hon. presi-
dent, the Most Noble the Marquis of Breadalbane ;
president, Angus Campbell, Esq., 48 W. Regent St. ;
vice-presidents, ex-Provost Campbell, Kinning Park,
ex- Provost Campbell, Govan, and James Campbell,
1 Lilybank Gardens, Kelvinside ; treasurer, W. H.
Campbell, Esq., 65 Jamaica Street; secretary, Arch.
Campbell, Esq., SpringSeld Quay.
MENZIES CLAN SOCIETY.
" Siol na Meinnerich."
Objects : — (1) to cultivate the ties of clanship ;
(2) assisted secondary education ; (3) rendering assist-
ance to clansmen requiring such ; (4) collecting relics ;
(5) wearing Menzies' tartan; (6) raising bursary
to assist clansmen to become Dr.'s., C.E.'s., &c.; (7)
raising chief's benevolent fund.
Hon, corresponding secretary, D, P, Menzies, F.S. A.
Scot., 4 Holyrood Quadrant, west, and 30 Bishop
Street, Anderston.

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