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1875-6

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Ap. 24th 1876
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honour of Toronto

Hardy Memorial $50 Chemistry - James Ross with
honour of Kingston

Aberdeen $50 Senior classics - J.W. Mason

St. Andrews $50 Ethics - J.G. Stuart

Toronto $60 Natural philosophy - G.C. Patterson

Synod $60 Natural philosophy - H. Cameron

Kingston $35 German - G. Ritchie

Montreal $50 - Senior mathematics - D.A. Givens

Cataraqui $50 History - G. Claxton

Reekie $50 Natural science - J.R. Lavell

Buchan $100 Nat. Philos., Eth., Chem. } John Ferguson with
Eng. Lit & Greek Vest. } honour of St. Andrews & Cataraqui

Prince of Wales $60 Nat. Philos., Ethics, Chem. } J.B. McLaren
and Eng. Literature }

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Prize essays
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In accordance with the reports of the Committee
appointed to examine them, the Senate
found that the following essays were entitled
to prizes: each essay being indicated by its motto:
Burke - Palmam qui meriut ferat
Electric Telegraph - Intellect hath conquered time
Hume - Nunquam abid natura sapentia dicit
House of Commons - Salus populi suprema est [?]

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W. Stewart
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William Stewart having passed in all
the subjects of the matriculation examination
was declared to have entitled himself to the
rank of undergraduate.

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passmen in Theology
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The Senate found that the following
candidates named in the order of merit had
passed the University Examination in Theology:
George M. Millan, Thomas D. Cumberland,
Alex. H. Scott, John Mordy, Thomas S.
Glassford, and Alexander McLean, named
in the order of merit, and all of first year.

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scholarships in Theology
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The Senate found that the scholar[ships]

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