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27th February, 1892.

William Cramond, antiquary.

Sir John Macdonell, C.B., Master of the Supreme Court.

Colonel Kenneth McLeod, Honorary Surgeon to the King.

Rev. John Eyton Bickenteth Mayor, classical scholar.

Sir George Reid, president of the Royal Scottish Academy.

Rev. James Smith, educationist.

Sir Thomas Sutherland, G.C.M.G., M.P.

Rev. John Woodward, writer on heraldry.

4th March, 1893.

The Most Hon. the Marquis of Huntly, Rector of the University.

Sir Frederic Bateman, physician in Norwich.

John Brebner, superintendent of education. Orange Free State.

Alexander Crum Brown, professor of chemistry in the Univenity of Edinburgh.

Charles Mitchell, benefactor of the Univenity.

Alexander Falconer Murison, professor in University College, London.

Sir James Sivewright, K.C.M.G., South African sutesman.

John Wilson, headmaster of Banff* Academy.

3rd March, 1894,

Rev. John Earle, philologist.

Rev. Andrew Martin Fairbaim, principal of Mansfield College, Oxford,

Henry Ogg Forbes, bioloeist.



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Sir Thomas Richard Frascr, professor of materia medica in the Univenity of Edin-
burgh.
Philip Gilbert Hamilton, art critic.

Surgeon-General Sir William Guyer Hunter, K.C.M.G., M.P.
Thomas Keith, ovariotomist.

Rev. David Paul, minister of Robertson Memorial Church, Edinburgh.
Thomas Purdie, professor of Chemistry in the University of St. Andrews.
Middleton Rettie, advocate. King's Counsel.

10th March, 1895.

Rev. John Fyfe, emeritus professor of moral philosophy in the Univcrsit}*.

Miss Jane Ellen Harrison, classical archzologist.

Surgeon-General Robert Harvey, C.B., D.S.O., Director-General of the Indian

Medical Service.
Henry Jackson, professor of Greek in the University of Cambridge.
John Wesley Judd, C.B., geologist.

William Robert Macdonell, sometime president of the Chamber of Commerce, Bombiv.
His Excellency Sir William Macgregor, K.C.M.G., C.B., governor of Newfoundland.
Sir Russell Reynolds, Bt., physician in London.
Rev. George Adam Smith, professor in the United Free Church College, Glasgow.

25th October, 1895.

His Grace the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, K.G., Chancellor of the Uni?enity.

Lawrence William Adamson, advocate of the Manx bar.

Colonel James Allardyce, of Culquoich, chairman of directon of the Aberdeen Rofal

Infirmary.
James Black, of Sheriffston, journalist, provost of Elgin.
Rev. David Brown, principal of the Free Church College, Aberdeen.
William Alexander Brown, sheriff-substitute.

Colonel Robert Townley Caldwell, Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Rt. Rev. iEneas Chisholm, in the Roman Catholic Church, bishop of Aberdeen.
Sir John Forbes Clark, Bt., of Tilly pronie.

Charles Brown Davidson, president of the Societj- of Advocates in Aberdeen.
Rt. Hon. the Earl of Errol, K.T., C.B.
William Ferguson of Kinmundy.
Sir William Henderson of Devanha.
^olonel Thomas Innes, C.V.O., of Leamey.



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DOCTORS OF LAWS. 67 1

George Skene Keith, physician in Edinburgh.

Rev. Robert Lippe, a leading authority on liturgical subjects.

James Matthews of Springhill, architect.

Alexander Ramsay, journalist, provost of Banff*.

Sir James Reid, Bt., G.C.V.O., K.C.B., physician.

Alexander Ross, architect, provost of Inverness.

Cecil Harcourt Smith, keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum.

Rt. Hon. the Earl of Southesk, K.T.

Sir David Stewart, of Banchory.

William Tait, manu&cturer.

Alexander Walker, sometime Dean of Guild of Aberdeen.

2nd April, 1897.

Charles Fraser-Mackintosh, of Drummond, antiquary.

Herbert Allen Giles, Chinese scholar.

William Loudon MoUison, Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge.

Sir Hugh Gilzean Reid, journalist.

Edward Albert Sch'afer, professor of physiology in the University of Edinburgh.

Alexander Johnston Chalmers Skene, professor in Long Island College Hospital,

Brooklyn.
Sir Thomas Grainger Stewart, professor of practice of medicine in the University

of Edinburgh.

l8t April, 1898;

James Adam, Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
Charles Chree, superintendent in the National Physical Laboratory.
George Edward Bateman Saintsbury, professor of rhetoric in the Univenity of
Edinburgh.

2!8t July, 1898.

Rev. Charles Cooper, professor in the Christian College, Madras.
William Osier, professor of medicine in the University of Oxford.
Rt. Hon. Lord Sandhurst, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E.
Sir Richard Udny, K.C.S.I., Indian Civil Service.

7th April, 1899.

Very Rev. Paton James Gloag, substitute-professor of Biblical Criticism in the

Univenity.
James Frederic Good hart, physician in London,



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Charles Stewart, comparative anatomist.

George Frederick Stout, professor of logic in the University of St. Andrews.

Miss Anna Swan wick, educationist.

20th July, 1899.
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G., Chancellor of the University.

4th April, 1900.

John Mitchell Bruce, physician in London.
Edmond Demolins, principal of the Ecole des Roches, Verneuil.
Josiah Royce, professor of the History of philosophy in Harvard University.
John Strachan, professor of Greek and Comparative Philology in the Victoria
University of Manchester.

18th July, 1900.

William Rudolph Henry Merk, C.S.I., Indian Civil Service.

Lieut.-Colonel David Prain, CLE., retired, Indian Medical Service, Director of the
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.



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APPENDIX IV.

DIPLOMATES IN PUBLIC HEALTH.

The Diploma in Public Health was first conferred in 1887, and between that
year and 31st December, 1900, it was obtained by eighty-eight candidates. Of these,
eighty-three were graduates in Medicine whose names will be found in the Roll.
The remaining five were : —

1. Anthony Inglis, M.B., CM. Glasg., 1891 ; M.D., 1896. Medical practitioner at

Maybole, Ayrshire, who obtained the diploma in 1893.

2. Robert John MacKeown, M.B., B.Ch., R.U.I., 1893. Staff Surgeon, R.N., 15th

May, 1903, who obtained the diploma in 1896.

3. James Samuel Houston Walker, M.B., CM. Edin., 1894. Laboratory Director,

Clinical Research Association, London, who obtained the diploma in 1897.

4. Thomas Wright Parkinson, M.B., CM. Edin., 1890; M.D., 1899. Medical

practitioner in London, who obtained the diploma in 1898.

5. Alexander Keith Campbell, M.B., CM. (hons.), Edin., 1894; M.D. (com.), 1898.

Medical practitioner at Ebbw Vale, Monmouthshire (died 23rd March, 1905),
who obtained the diploma {tvifA credit) in 1 899.



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APPENDIX V.

DIPLOMATES IN EDUCATION.

The Diploma in Education wa* first conferred in Nov., 1899, and up to 3i$t
December, 1 900, it was obtained by two candidates whose names will be found in the
Roll, viz., R. F. S. Morrison, M.A., 1899, and John I. Mitchell, M.A., 1899.



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APPENDIX VI.

DIPLOMATES IN AGRICULTURE.

The Diploma in Agriculture wa$ first conferred in July, 1897, and up to 3151
December, 1900, it was obtained by eight candidates, none of whom were then
graduates ; but Robert Ferries, who obtained the diploma in 1 900, graduated as
B.Sc. (Agr.) in 1905.



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APPENDIX VII.

TABLE SHOWING NUMBER OF DEGREES



















M.B


M.B.


M.D.










Year.


M.A.


D.Litt.


B.D.


D.D.


B.L.


LL.D.


M.B.


and


and





ffl^


ffl*-:


SQ














1


3


CM.


Ch.B.


1

lb








i860









2





I





186 1


60

















4


I





6





2





1862


52














1





II





I








I


1863


45
















I


15














3


1864


43








4





5


2


25





3





I


2


1865


37













7


I


32





4








5


1866


41








4





I


5


29











I


14


1867


31





5


2





I


3


32





2





3


9


1868


43





4








2 1


7


30





3








8


1869


42







3





— ;


7


23





I








6


1870


38





9


4





4


2


31








I


2


16


1871


40





3


I





4


2


32





2








12


1872


35





I


4





I


3


39














23


1873


51





2


5





3


8


49





I








15


1874


47





4







2


2


48





I








26


1875


45





5


2





4


4


55











I


30


1876


64





2








6


I


62














21


1877


43





5


2





2





41













31
46


1878


47





2


2





I





34




"~








1879


36





4


3





2


3


54













30


1880


65





I


3





— . ;


3


48














25


1881


63





3


5





12


I


48











I


33


1882


69





4







6





55














32


1883


67





2








9





65














18


1884


84





2








7





54














19


1885


86





2


6





9





46











_^


20


1886


77





4


3





8





63














17


1887


70





4


2





7 '





59














17


1888


92








6





7





|7














13


1889


72





i '3


3





9





62














II


1890


76





4


4





5





54





I








14

■wfi


1891


77





9


6





8





69











""^


10


1892


63





7


6





8





71














23


1893


75





7


6





8





?














II


1894


61





6


6





10 1





64














II


1895


65





7


»3




34 i





71














M


1896


57





2













55


2











17


1897


60





7


5




7





17


17











17


1898


56


I


5


3




7





15


42











20


1899


64





4


3




6





12


38











14


1900


81





8


4




6
218


"


6


46








9


Total


2320


I


147


120


30


62


1713


145


27


I


12


669



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GRANTED IN EACH YEAR, 1860-1900.



Year.


M.D. and CM.


CM.


B.Sc.


D.Sc.








II





il

la?


il

1;




f




Total

Degrees

Conferred.


i860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
l868
1869
1870
187 1
1872

1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892

1893
1894

1895
1896

1897
1898
1899
1900


13
16

15
17
II

5

I

I
3

I
2

2

1


2

I

I


I


I
I


I

I
I

2


I

I
I

I


I

I

I
I

4


I
2
I
4
3
6

3
6
6

5
12


2


I
I


8

^7
81

80

104

98

96

94

98

82

109

98

109

135

131

148

'59
124

132
133
145
167
166
163

^S
169

172
159
175
170

159
187

179
190
162
217
142

143
161
152
175


Total


88


4


I 2


5


4


49


2


2 5626



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APPENDIX VIl.



Notes on the Preceding Table.

The Tabic shows that during the period between 15th Sept., i860, and 31st
Dec, 1900, 5626 degrees were conferred, reckoning degrees in Medicine and Surgcr)^
when conferred conjointly (M.D. and CM., M.B. and CM., and M.B. and Ch.B.)
as one degree.

The degrees were granted to 4360 persons, whose names are recorded in the
Roll, of whom 4337 were men and 23 women.*

Of these,

2318 persons were admitted M.A. as their first degree from the University of AbcrJtcn.
D.D.



18


B.D.


181


LL.D.


I


B.L.


40


M.D.


83


M.D.. CM. ,


62


M.B.


1430


M.B.. CM. ,


8


CM.


102


M.B., Ch.B. ,


24


B.Sc.


Total 4360





Of the above, 1035 graduated with honours, distinction or commendation as
recorded in Appendix I.,r/z. ; M.A.2 608, B.D. 27, B.L. 14, M.D., CM. 29, M.B.,
CM. 279, M.B., Ch.B. 14, M.D. 35, B.Sc. 29. In addition to these 15 Masters
of Arts who took the ordinary degree obtained University prizes.
Masters op Arts. One M.A. of 1885 was previously M.B., CM. {see Doctors of

Medicine, from M.B. Aberd.) ; one of 1899 was previously B.Sc. (Agr.) ; one

of 1897 graduated B.Sc. at the same time.
Doctor of Letters. The only candidate who obtained this degree was previously

M.A. and LL.D.
Bachelors of Divinity. Of these 1 29 were M.A. Aberd., 8 King's Coll., 3 Mar.

Coll., 3 St. Andrews, i Glasgow, i Edin., and i B.A. St. And., and 1 B.A.

Lond.

» One woman graduated LL.D. in 1895 and one in 1899. One graduated M.B. and
Ch.B. in 1900. Four women graduated M.A. in 1898, seven in 1899, and nine in 1900.
* Of these eleven were women. See footnote i.



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AfPfiNt)IX VIl. 679

Doctors of Divinity. For their previous academic standing, see Appendix II.,

p. 656.
Bachelors of Law. Of these 29 were M.A. Aberd., and i of 1 898 was B.A. Lond.
Doctors of Law. For their previous academic standing, see Appendix III., p. 663.
Bachelors of Medicine. The M.B. of 1863 was M.A. Mar. Coll., and i of 1864

was M.A. King's Coll.
Bachelors of Medicine and Masters in Surgery. Of these, 304 were previously

graduates in Arts, of whom 283 were M.A. Aberd., i being also B.Sc. In 1862,

5 were M.A. Mar. Coll. In 1863, i was M.A. Kings Coll. and 2 M.A.
Mar. Coll. In 1864, 2 were M.A. King's Coll. and 7 M.A. Aberd. In 1865,
1 was M.A. King's Coll. and 5 M.A. Aberd. In 1866, 5 were M.A. Aberd.
In 1867, 5. In 1868, 4. In 1869, 4. In 1870, 4. In 1871, 6. In 1872, 5.
In 1873, 4. In 1874, 5- ^° '875» ^« ^"^ ^^l^y 6. In 1877, 12. In
1878, 2. In 1879, 9, and i B.A. Lond. In 1880, 7 were M.A. In 1881, 4.
In 1882, 10. In 1883, 12. In 1884, 8, and i B.A. Madras. In 1885, 8.
In 1886, 13, and i M.A. Edin. In 1887, 8, and 1 B.A. New Zealand. In
1888, 13. In 1889, 13, and i M.A. Edin. In 1890, 8, and 1 B.A. Cantab.
In 189T, 16. In 1892, 14. In 1893, 11. In 1894, 18, and i M.A. St.
And. In 1895, 15, and 1 B.A. Cantab. In 1896, 9 (i of whom was also B»Sc),
and I M:A. Edin. In 1897, 5. In 1900, i B.A. Cantab.

Bachelors of Medicine and Bachelors of Surgery. Of these, 41 were M.A.
Aberd., and 2 were B.Sc Aberd. previously to graduating in Medicine. In
1896, I was M.A., and the other was B.Sc. In 1897, 6 were M.A. In 1898,

6 were M.A., i was B.Sc., and i was B.A. Lond. In 1899, 17 were M.A.
In 1900, II were M.A., and i was B.A. Michigan.

Doctors of Medicine (not previously M.B.). In 1861, i wa» M.A. Mar. Coll.

In 1862, 1 was B.A. Lond.
Doctors of Medicine (from M.B. Aberd.). One of these, who was M.B., CM.

1 88 1, and was promoted M.D. in 1885, was admitted M.A. at the same time.

{^ee Masters of Arts.)
Doctors of Medicine and Masters in Surgery (not previously M.B.). Of these,

18 were previously graduates in Arts, of whom 5 were M.A. Aberd. In 1861,

I was M.A. King's Coll. In 1862, 3 were M.A. King's Coll., and 2 M.A.

Mar. Coll. In 1863, i was M.A. King's Coll., 3 M.A. Mar. Coll., and i M.A.

Aberd In 1864, i M.A. Mar. Coll., 2 M.A. Aberd., and i M.A. Edin. In

1865, 2 M.A. Aberd. In 1876, i M.A. Edin.
Master in Surgery {honoris causa). In i860 this degree was conferred on William

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Bachelors of Science. Of theie, i in 1898, and i in 1 900 graduated as B.Sc. (Agr.).
The B.Sc (Agr.) of 1 898 became M.A. the following year. {Ste Masters of
Arts.) 25 were M.A. previously to graduating in Science. The B.Sc of 1890
was M.A. One of 1891 was M.A. In 1893 and 1894. all were M. A. In
1895, 4 were M.A.y i of whom was also B.D. In 1896, i was M.A. In
1 897, 4 were M.A., i of whom was admitted to the two degrees on the same
day. In 1898, I was M.A. In 1899, 4 were M.A., i of whom was also M.B.
and CM. In 1900, 2 were M.A.

Doctors of Science. The D.Sc. who was promoted from B.Sc. in 1898 held also
the degrees of M.A. and M.B., CM. The D.Sc who was promoted from B.Sc
in 1899, and the 2 who graduated D.Sc that year without having previously been
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LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.



Aberdeen University Club, lx>ndon.
Adam, James, LL.D., Litt.D., Cambridge.
Adam, John, M.A., Madras.
Adamson, Lawrence W., LL.D., Long Husley.
Addison, W. Innes, The University, Glasgow.
Aiken, Rev. James J. Marshall Lang, B.D., Ayton.
Aikenhead, John, M..A, Laurencekirk.
Alcock. Lt.-Col. A. W., CLE., M.B., LL.D., I.M.S.
Alexander, Rev. Alex., M.A., Liverpool.
Alexander, John, M. D, , Glasgow.
Alexander, John, M.A., Aberdeen.
Alexander, William, M.D., Bournemouth.
-Mlardyce, Colonel James, LL.D., Aberdeen.
.\nderson. Rev. Alexander, M.A., Edinkillie.
Anderson, .Andrew, M.A., barrister-at-law, Strichen.
.\nderson, Charles, M.A., Cults, .Aberdeen.
Anderson, James. M.A, Clydebank.
.Anderson, H.E. Sir J., K.C.M.G., M. A., Singapore.
.Anderson, John, M.B., Bury, L-mcs.
Anderson, Peter J., LL.B., Aberdeen.
.\nderson, Robert, editor of the Aberdeen Journal.
.\ngus, Alexander, M.A., Wakefield-
Angus, C, M.B., Kingseat, Aberdeenshire {deceased).
.\ngus, George Mcthven, B.L.. Aberdeen.
.\nnandale, Charles, LL. D. Glasgow.

Babtie. Ll. -Colonel W., V.C, C.M.G., R..A..M.C.,
Woolwich.

Baxter, Andrew, .M. D. , Darwen, Lanes.

l^eattie. Brig. -Surg. -Lt. -Colonel James F., M.D. ,
retired, .A. M.S., Insch.

lieattie, James Walker, M. D. , Sunderland.

Beetham, Frederick. M.B., Bradford.

Billinghurst, Henry, .M.D., Stedham Hall, Midhurst.

Bisset, James G., bookseller, Aberdeen.

Black, Rev. James, M.A., Inverurie.

Brand, Adam, M.A., barrister-at-law, London.

Brand, Alex. T., M.D., Great Driffield.

Bremner, James, M.B., London.

Brodie, Walter J., M.A., Coleman's Falls, Virginia.

Brooks, John Harley. M.D., London.

Brown, Professor Alex. Crum, LL.D., Edinburgh.

Brown, Alex. Warwick, M.B., D.Sc., Margate.

Brown, Charles Marshall, Caledonian Bank. Ld.,
Inverness.

Brown, Henry H., M.B., Leytonstone.

Brown, Richard Gavin, M.B., Deputy Inspector-
General, R.N., Weymouth.

Brown, William, M.B., Tauranga, N.Z.



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Bruce, John Mitchell, M.D., LL.D., London.

Bruce, Thomas C, M..A., Johannesburg, Transvaal.

Bruce, Robert, M.D.. Cults, .Abe deen.

Bruce, Robert H. G., M.B., Friockheim, Forfarshire.

Bruce, Rev. William S., D.D., Banff.

Brunton, Sir Lauder, M.D., LL.D., D.Sc, London.

Bulloch. John Malcolm, M.A., London.

Bulloch, William, M. D. , Kensington, London.

Burgess, Rev. John, M.A., Sydney, N.S.W.

Burnett, Rev. John. B. D. . Glasgow.

Bums, John Stewart, M.A., Cabrach, Banffshire.

Butter, John Kerr, M.D., Cannock, Staffordshire.

Calder, Rev. John, D.D., Old Aberdeen.

Calder, Rev. Robert Hogg, M.A.,Glenlivet.

Caldwell, CoL Robert T, LL.D., Master of Corpus
Christi College, Cambridge.

Cameron. Rev. Allan T., M.A., Edinburgh.

Cameron, Rev. James, D.D., Richmond, N.S.W.

Campbell, Right Hon. James A., Stracathro.

Carmichael, Archibald, M.D., Barrow-in-Furness.

Carmichael. George, I.C.S., Ahmednagar, Bombay.

Carmichael, Geo., North of Scotland Bank, Aberdeen.

Chalmers, John Gerald, M.B., Ceylon.

Cheyne, Walter S. , M. D. , Aberdeen.

Chree. Charles, Sc.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Richmond.

Chree, William, M.A., advocate, Edinburgh.

Christie, John Farquhar, M.B.; Aberdeen.

Clark, John. M..A, I.C.S.. Motihari, Bengal.

Cochran, Francis James, M. A. , of Balfour.

Cochrane, J. Greig, M.A., Wimbledon.

Coghill. James D. MacKay, M.D., Shrewsbury.

Combe, George, M.A., H.B.M. Consulate General,
Canton.

Connell, Rev. Robert, B.D., Danby Wiske, North-
allerton, Yorks.

Cook, Principal J., M.A., Central ColL, Bangalore.

Cooper, Rev. Chas., LL. D. , Sauchen, Aberdeenshire.

Cooper, Rev. Professor James, D. D. , Glasgow.

C'ooper, Patrick, M.A., advocate, Aberdeen.

Copland, Rev. Alexander, M.A., Ardrossan.

Ccuper, S. C. Craigiebudder, Aberdeenshire.

Coutts, Rev. James, M.A.. Ardallie.

Contts, John Chapman, M.A., Cruden.

Cowie, Rev. William, M.A., Maud, Aberdeenshire.

Cox, Rev. James T., B.D., Dyce, Aberdeenshire.

Cran, James, M.D., Belize, British Honduras.

Crombie, James E., M.A., Parkhill, Aberdeenshire.

Crombic, James Melville Paterson, M.B., Aberdeen.





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Crombie, J. W., M.A., M.P., Grandholm. Aberdeen.
Cronibie, Theodore, i8 .\lbyn Place, Aberdeen.
Cruden, George, M.A, advocate, Aberdeen.
Cniicksbank, A. T., M.A., advocate, Aberdeen.
Cruickshank, Jas. B., M.B., Manchester.
Cruickshank, Rev. Robert. M.A., Aberdeen.
Cruickshank, Robert Watson, M. B. . Eynsham, Oxon.
Cuminc, John P., M.A., advocate. Aberdeen.
Cumming, John Arthur, I.C.S., Madras.
Currie. Geo. Burnett. M.D., Ealing, London.

Dale, William C, M.B.. I^ondon.

Davidson, Alexander Dyce, M.B., Aberdeen.

Davidson, Charles, M.D., Coventry.

Davidson, Charles J., BL., advocate, Aberdeen.

Davidson, Henry W., M.A, Seoul, Korea.

Davidson, James, M.A, Glasgow.

Davidson, James McKenzie, M.B., London.

Davidson, James Watt, M.A., advocate, .\berdeen.

Davidson, Rev. Prof. William L., LL.D.. Aberdeen.

Dawson. Alex. L. H., LL.B, Melbourne, Victoria.

Dewar, William, M.A., Rugby.

Dey, Alexander. M.B., Wooler, Northumberland.

Dey, John. M.A, New York. U.S.A

Dey, William, LLD., Aberdeen.

Dickie, George, bookseller, Aberdeen.

Don, Alexander, M.B., Dundee.

Donaldson, Principal James, LL.D., St. Andrews.

Duffus, George, M.B., Woking.

Duguid, James. M.A., advocate, Aberdeen.

Duguid, John, M.A., Aberdeen.

Duguid, Miss M. H., la Albyn Terrace, Aberdeen.

Duguid, William Robert, M.B., Buckie.

Duirs, David P., M.D., Johannesburg, Transvaal.

Dunbar, Rev. Robert Grant, M.A., Weem.

Duncan, George, M.A., advocate, Aberdeen.

Dunlop, John, M.D., Bradford, Yorks

Easton. Harry Montgomery, M.A.,V/.S., Edinburgh.
Eden, Richard A. S., M.B., Norton Canes, Staffs.
Edgelow, William Ford, M.D., Torquay.
Edmond, Alex., Jun., advocate. Aberdeen.
Edmond. George M., M.D., Aberdeen.
Elmslie, Rev. John, D.D., Christchurch, N.Z.
Emslie, Alexander, M.A, Fordyce.
Eyval, John MacDuie, M.A., Keith.

Fairweather, Sylvester Davidson, M.B., Fov^ran.
Ferrier. David, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., London.
Findlay, Rev. Adam Fyfe, M.A., Arbroath.
Fleming, John, LL.D., Dalmuinzie, Aberdeen.
Forbes, Charles, M.B., Aberdeen.
Forbes, Henry O., LL.D., Liverpool.
Forbes, Rev. James Lawson, M.A., Eden, X.S.W.
Ford, Colin M., M.A., Attleborough, Norfolk.
Fowler, James E., M.D., Woodside. Aberdeen.
Eraser, Angus, M.D., LL.D., Aberdeen.
Eraser, Henry L. F.. LL.B., Edinburgh.
Eraser, Hugh, M.B., Harpenden, Herts.
Eraser, Rev. Samuel, M.A., Terang, Victoria.
Fraser, Thomas, M.B., Aberdeen.
Fyfe, William, M.A., Aberdeen.



Gage, Captain A. T., M.R, I. M.S.. Calcutla.

Gall, Alexander George, M.B.. Aberdeen.

Galloway, James, M.D., London.

Garden, William, M.A, Penicuik, Midlothian.

Garland, John. LL.B., Sydney. N.S.W.

(iamer, John Edward, M.D.. Preston.

Geddie. David Watson. M. B . Aberdeen.

Gibson. Prof. Robert John Harvey. M.A.. Liverpool.

Giles. Peter. LL. D. . Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Gill, Sir David, K.C.B., LL.D., F.R.S.. Cape Town.

Gill, John, M.A., S,S.C., Edinburgh.

Gillan, Rev. James, B.D.. Edinburgh.

Gillespie, James, M.B., Peterhead.

Gilroy, Pfofessorjames, B. D. . Aberdeen.

Glegg. Arthur Thomson, LUB.. Sberiflf of Lanark-
shire.

Glennie. John, A. R., M.B., Singapore.

Goldsbrough, Giles F.. M.D.. London.

Goodall. James, M.A.. Fraserburgh.

Gordon. Geoffrey, M.A., I.C.S.

Gordon, Rev. Jas. Drummond, B.D., B.Sc.. Karachi.

Gordon. Rev. Samuel C. B.D.. Brighton.

Gordon, William. M.A.. Falkirk.

Grant. James, lLB.. Banff

Grant, Capt. John W., M.B., I.M.S., Bombay.

Grant. Robert. M.D.. Dundee.

Gray. Charles H., M.A., Fareham, Hants.



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