April 1st 1876
House of Commons - Profs. Ferguson and Watson
Electric telegraph - Profs. Williamson and Dupuis
David Hume - Principal and Prof. Watson
Death of Wolfe - Profs. Mackerras and Watson
Burke - Profs. Mowat and Mackerras
D.D. on Rev. John
The Senate having made the necessary
inquiries resolved that at the statutory meeting
they would on the usual conditions
confer the degree of D.D. upon the Rev.
John Black of Kildonan, Manitoba.
Rev. P. Gray
In consideration of the present state
of health of the Rev. Patrick Gray the
excellent and able minister of Chalmers'
Church, Kingston, the Senate agreed
not to proceed with their resolution of
Jan. 22d in regard to conferring upon
him the degree of D.D.
A letter was read from the Secretary
of the Minister of Education offering on
behalf of the Education Department to
take charge of such statistics, reports, and
photographs as the Senate might desire to
send to the Centennial Exhibition. The Senate
agreed to accept this offer, and the
Secretary was instructed to transmit the
above named documents etc. to Toronto without
Closed with prayer.
W. Snodgrass, D.D., Principal
J.B. Mowat, Secretary
April 14th 1876
Queen's University April 14th 1876
The Senate met and was constituted.
Sederunt Principal Snodgrass, Professors
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