Prize Lists of the University of Glasgow: From Session 1777-78 to Session 1832-33 (Google eBook)

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Carter and Pratt, 1902 - 388 pages
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Page 266 - Тип day the annual distribution of Prizes was made in the Common Hall by the Principal and Professors, in presence of a numerous meeting of the University, and of many reverend and respectable gentlemen of this city and neighbourhood. On Mr. Coulton's Donation for the best Translation of the Oration of Demosthenes De Corona, George Lewis, HA, London.
Page 145 - Janus," written by Wilson and Lockhart in 1826, some one, Lockhart probably, describes the changes in the Old College since 1814. "The inner court, where I have so Taste .... and for distinguished eminence and proficiency in the whole business of the class.' "The prize-men are divided into Seniores and Juniores. L. was seventh among the Seniores. " In the same session (1808 9) he got two prizes in Latin : one 'for the best translation of the seventh book of Lucan into verse ' (his is the only...
Page 232 - College, if ay 1, 1823. THIS day the annual distribution of Prizes was made in the Common Hall by the Principal and Professors, in presence of a numerous in ug of the University, and of many reverend and respectable gentlemen of this city and neighbourhood.
Page 106 - Means of CIVILIZING the Subjects of the BRITISH EMPIRE in INDIA, and of diffusing the Light of the Christian Religion throughout the Eastern World ; to which the University of Glasgow adjudged Dr.
Page 259 - Students, or written on subjects chosen by themselves ; and for distinguished eminence in the various duties and business of the Class, were adjudged In the Senior Division, to 1.
Page 134 - Prizes of the LOGIC CLASS, For the best Specimens of Analysis and Composition on Subjects of Reasoning and of Taste, prescribed and executed during the Session, and for distinguished eminence and proficiency in the whole business of the Class, were adjudged to Sen lores.
Page 39 - for the best specimens of composition on various subjects of reasoning and taste.
Page 99 - Logic, sixth for the best Specimens of Composition on various subjects of Reasoning and of Taste, and for distinguished eminence and proficiency in the general business of the Class.
Page 170 - Essay on the Improvements in the Art of Bleaching by the application of the Principles of Chemistry, was adjudged to James Rennie, AM, Sorn.

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