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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
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ST. MUNGO'S COLLEGE, GLASGOW,
86 Castle Street.
(Founded 1889.)
Principal, Walter Graham Blackie, Ph.D., LL.D. ;
ex-officio and elected governors, the Hon. the Lord
Provost of Glasgow, the Provost of Ayr, the Provost
of Airdrie, the Provost of Dumbarton, the Provost
of Paisley ; R. M. Mitchell, and Dr. Arch. Neilson,
|on behalf of the Town Council of Glasgow; the
pean of Guild, Glasgow, the Deacon- Convener,
Glasgow, the Chairman of the School Board of
Glasgow ; Hugh Steven, on behalf of the Merchants
House of Glasgow; James M'Ewan, on behalf of the
Trades House ; Dr. Arch. Sloan, on behalf of the
School Board of Glasgow ; James T. Tullis, on be-
half of the Chamber of Commerce, Glasgow ; Dr John
Burns, on behalf of the Faculty of Physicians and
Surgeons, Glasgow ; Professor Kit-hard Brown, on
behalf of the Faculty of Procurators, Glasgow ; Hugh
Brown, Robert Gourlay, David M Cowan, John E.
Nelson, Samuel Marks, John Miller, Professor D. C.
M'Vail, John Glen, and J. F. Miller, on behalf of the
Glasgow Royal Infirmary; hon. treas. David M'Cowan,
Royal Exchange; treasurer, James Barclay, 88
St. Vincent Street ; secretary, Henry Lamond,
93 West Regent Street; auditor, William Lamont,
C.A., 33 Renfield Street; solicitors, H. Lamond,
Lang & Co., 93 West Regent Street.
PROFESSORS AND LECTURERS, AND SD EJECTS
TAUGHT IN THE COLLEGE.
Faculty of Law. —
-, Roman Law.
rilliam R. Herkless, M.A., LL.B., Law of Scotland
and Jurisprudence.
)j Richard Brown, Mercantile Law.
■ ; mobert Brown, Conveyancing.
L l Robt. Ure, M.A.,LL.B., Evidence and Law Procedure
'.I and Administrative Law.
4 | rohn Glaister, M.D., Forensic Medicine.
c [rVm. Findlay, M.A., LL.B., Dr. Juris. Heidleberg,
' : l Constitutional Law and History.
I Lecturers. —
[Alexander Brown, M.A., LL.B., Dr. Jur., Law of
II Nations, or International Public Law.
||3avin Braidwood, M.A., LL.B., International Private
[ | Law.
Mrchibald B. Clark, M.A., Political Economy.
I Faculty of Medicine. — ■
,IR. T. Kent, M.A., F.R.C.S., Anatomy (Bellahous-
| ton Chair).
ilir. Rhymer Marshall, D.Sc, Chemistrv.
John Barlow, M.D., F.R.C.S., Physiology (Notman
i chair).
p. Laurie, B.A., D.Sc, F.R.S.E., F.L.S., Zoology
and Comparative Anatomy.
'ohn Dougall, M.D., Materia Medica.
Henry E. Clark, M.B.C.S., Surgery.
Alexander Robertson, M.D., Medicine.
lames Stirton, M.D., Midwifery.
John Glaister, M.D., Forensic Medicine.
David N. Knox, M.A., M.B., Clinical Surgery.
David C. M'Vail, M.B., Clinical Medicine.
\.. Maitland Ramtay, M.D., Ophthalmology.
Charles Workman, M.D., Pathology.
lames Swanson, M.A., M.B., CM., Botany.
Lecturers. —
James Whitson, M.D., Operative Surgery.
James K. Kelly, M.D., Gynaecology.
Alex. Morton, M.A., M.D., Dermatology.
James Kerr Love, M.D., Otology.
Robt. Fullerton, M.D., Diseases of Throat and Nose.
A. Campbell Clark, M.D., Psychological Medicine
(Mackintosh Lectureship ).
John Glaister, M.D., D.P.H. (Camb.), and John C.
M'Vail, M.D., D.P.H. (Camb.), Hygiene.
D. M'Crone, L.R.C.P. & S K., F.E.I S., Bacteriology.
Jas. A. Adams, M.D., Surgical Diseases of Children.
Assistants to Professors. —
James Battersby, LRC.P. & S. (Ed.), W. J. M.
Slowan, M.B., CM., M.R.C.S , and Sydney
Smi' h, Anatomy.
A. G. Faulds, M.B., CM., Surgery.
John Ritchie, M.B., CM., Medicine.
David M'CroHe, L.R.C.P. & S.E., F.E.I.S., Pathology.
John Anderson, 2nd assistant.
George MTntyre, M.B., CM., Physiology.
G. Balfour Marshall, M.D., Midwifery.
Peter M'Bryde, Gyr fficoloay.
Dunrr.ore Murray, M.B , CM., Bacteriology.
Robert Steel, M.A., M.B. , CM., & D. Mounsey Atkin-
son, L.R.CP.&c, Clinical Medicine.
Instruction in Fevers will be given at Belvidere
Hospital, by permission of the Town Council.
HUTCHESONS' EDUCATIONAL TRUST.
(Constituted by Scheme No. 9 under the Educational
Endowments (Scotland) Act, 1882.)
The income is applied to the maintenance of a
grammar school for boys and a higher class school
for girls ; the education of foundationers, and to free
scholarships, school bursaries, university and techni-
cal college bursaries ; also higher education bursaries
for girls. Subsidies are paid to the Glasgow and West
of Scotland Technical College, and to the Glasgow
School of Art and Haldane's Academy. Rector of
Boys' Grammar School, T. Menzies ; head master cf
Girls' Grammar School, W. Thomson, B. A.; treasurers,
Hill & Hoggan, 194 Ingram Street; assistant treas.
John Wilson ; secretary, W. H. Macdonald ; office,
Hutchesons' Building, 158 Ingram Street.
SOUTH SIDE WORKING MEN'S CLUB
AND INSTITUTE,
465 Paisley Road.
Trustees, Sir Renny Watson, ex-Provost Campbell,
enmmissioner Wm. Gray ; hon. president, Rev. W.
W. Tulloch, D.D. ; president, Bailie Ferguson; vice-
presidents, William Walker and Geo. M'Kinlay; hon.
treasurer, George Galloway, 52 Ardgowan Street ;
hon. secretary, James M'Kelvie, 111 Watt Street.;
directors, Wm. R. Danskin, Alex. M'Laren, Peter
Peddie, James Laing, Daniel M'Gregor, Charles
Wroe, John Hutcheson, George Buchanan, W. B.
Patereon, and James Noble.
The objects of the club are to afford to the mem-
bers the means of social intercourse, mutual helpful-
ness, mental and moral improvement, and rational
recreation. Open daily from 10 a.m. till 10.30 p.m.
Annual subscription, 5s. ; half-yearly subscription,
2s. 6d. ; quarterly subscription, Is. 3d. ; monthly
ticket, 6d. ; visitors, Id. per visit.

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