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163; 1864-5

April 24th 1865

ours in Classics and Mathematics; Robert Campbell,
with 1st class honours in Natural Science; James Al-
exander McDowall, with 1st class honours in Math-
ematics, and 2nd class honours in Classics and Nat-
ural Science; William Jeffrey's Muckleston; Alex-
ander Nicholson, with 1st class honours in Clas-
sics, Rhetoric and Natural Science. Meford Wil-
[in margin - Fuller & Macdonnell examined orally]
liam H Fuller, and John Milnes Macdonnell
after undergoing an oral as well written examina-
tion were declared to have passed the Primary
Examination. Mr John Henry Nimmo was
declared to have passed the Primary Examina-
[in margin - Nimmo to be reexamined in mathematics]
tion, but not having obtained one fourth of
the marks in Mathematics the Senates resolved
to require him to be reexamined in Mathematics
during the summer vacation, on a day to be ap-
pointed by Prof. Williamson.

[In margin - J.P. Macpherson recommended for M.A.]
The thesis of Mr. James Pennington Mac-
pherson was sustained, and it was agreed to recom-
mend him to the Senate for the degree of Mas-
ter of Arts.

Closed with prayer

[?] Principal
J. B. Mowat, Secretary

[in margin - April 26th 1865]
Queen's University April 26th 1865

The Senate met and was constituted.

[?] the Principal, Professors, William-
son, Murray, and Mowat, and Rev. J.H. MacKer-
ras, Interim Professor of Classics.

The minutes of the last meeting were read
and approved.

[in the margin - 2 scholarships give by St Paul's Montreal]
A letter was read from the Session of St.
Paul's Church, Montreal authorizing the announce-
ment

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163; 1864-5

April 24th 1865

ours in Classics and Mathematics; Robert Campbell,
with 1st class honours in Natural Science; James Al-
exander McDowall, with 1st class honours in Math-
ematics, and 2nd class honours in Classics and Nat-
ural Science; William Jeffrey's Muckleston; Alex-
ander Nicholson, with 1st class honours in Clas-
sics, Rhetoric and Natural Science. Meford Wil-
[in margin - Fuller & Macdonnell examined orally]
liam H Fuller, and John Milnes Macdonnell
after undergoing an oral as well written examina-
tion were declared to have passed the Primary
Examination. Mr John Henry Nimmo was
declared to have passed the Primary Examina-
[in margin - Nimmo to be [read?] [?] mathematics]
tion, but not having obtained one fourth of
the marks in Mathematics the Senates resolved