Status: Complete

[margin]October 6th 1864[/margin]
exemption from attendance at weekdaymorning
prayers on account of his engagement at the
Observatory at the same hour.

[margin]12 students matric[/margin]The following gentlemen were examined
[margin]as undergraduates[/margin]on the subjects of matriculation:
[left column]Thomas Alexander
James Edward Burgess
Benjamin C. Dixon
John Milnes Macdonnell
Robert W. Moore
Alexander Nicholson

[right column]John Farquhar Bain
Robert Campbell
William H. Fuller
James Alexander McDorsall
Willaim Jeffreys Muckleston
John Henry N…no?]

The Senatus on reviewing the examination
of twelve aforementioned students agreed
to allow them to matriculate as undergraduates
in Arts.

Closed with the benediction.
W.Snodgrass, Principal[right align W.B.Mowat[/right align]
[right align]Secretary[/right align]

[margin]October 10th 1864[/margin][right align]Queen's University, October 10th, 1864[/right align]
The Senatus met and was constituted.

Sederunt Principal Snodgrass, Professors
Williamson, Murray, Bell, and
Mowat, and Rev. J. H McKerras Interim
Professor of Classics

The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.

[margin]Mowat Scholar[/margin]Candidates for the Mowat scholarship
were examined in conformity with
the terms of the bequest, and Mr. Alexander
Nicholson having been found to be the
best arithmetician, the scholarship was awarded
to him.

[margin]Or. exam of 2d[/margin]The following students of the second
[margin]year students[/margin][right align]year[/right align]

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Line 51 of transcription: "year" is a catchword.