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  • Carter v. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Railway Company by Tom C. Clark Syllabus 905236Carter v. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Railway Company — SyllabusTom
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  • Pauline Johnson Low Tide at St. Andrews 151636Flint and Feather—Part II. Canadian Born — Low Tide at St. AndrewsE. Pauline Johnson (New Brunswick)
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  • and Biblical Criticism 1868–1889, University of St. Andrew's. Crombie Collection, University of St Andrews Elucidations by Origen Works by this
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  • Professor of Humanity, University of St. Andrews, Scotland. Life and Writings of Sulpitius Severus On the Life of St. Martin Letters Dialogues Doubtful
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  • Work (1914) St. Andrews 1777393The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — St. Andrews St. An′drews, a Scottish town, stands on St. Andrew's Bay
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  • _Allan18451916Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism, University of St Andrews. Author of History of Religion; &c. Editor of Review of Theology and Philosophy
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  • After attending the parish school and Madras College, St. Andrews, Birrell entered St. Andrews University as first bursar in 1851, and after a brilliant
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  • of St Andrews. Made a fellow of the British Academy from 1934. A Handbook of Greek Mythology, (1928) Modern Methods in Classical Mythology, (St. Andrews)
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  • Millar1896 ROBERT (d. 1159), bishop of St. Andrews, was an Englishman, and first appears as a canon of St. Oswald de Nostellis, near Pontefract. Alexander
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  • Lochleven to the Canons Regular of St. Andrews, whom he had founded there in the previous year. Bishop Robert of St. Andrews, himself a member of the order
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  • JamesGeorge Stronach1896 PLAYFAIR, JAMES (1738–1819), principal of St. Andrews, second son of George Playfair, a farmer of West Bendochy in Perthshire
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  • SophiaEnglish suffragist and biographer of w:Josephine Butler. Matriculated at St Andrews, Fellow of Bryn Mawr, M.A. Edinburgh This author wrote articles for the
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  • Professor Hadow of St. Andrews. All his family save one reached manhood. His eldest son, James Hunter, became professor of logic at St. Andrews, while Thomas
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  • Carlyle1897 SIMSON, THOMAS (1696–1764), professor of medicine at St. Andrews, born in 1696 at Kirktonhall in the parish of West Kilbride, Ayrshire
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  • assistant professorships at Durham, Glasgow and St Andrews, was appointed professor of Greek at St Andrews (1857). In 1863 he was elected professor of humanity
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  • PLAYFAIR, Sir HUGH LYON (1786–1861), Indian officer and provost of St. Andrews, was the third son of Dr. James Playfair [q. v.] He was born on 17 Nov
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  • Saughton Hall Asylum, Edinburgh. M.P. for the Universities of Edinburgh and St Andrews, 1900-1910 This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • HenryGeorge Washington Sprott1899 WARDLAW, HENRY (d. 1440), bishop of St. Andrews and founder of the university in that city, was descended from an ancient
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  • HADDENSTON, JAMES (d. 1443), prior of St. Andrews, was appointed to the priorate in 1418. He was dean of theology in St. Andrews University. He was one of an embassy
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  • Baynes painted 1888.gif18231887Prof. of Logic and English Literature at St. Andrews; appointed to superintend the ninth ed. of the Encyclopædia Britannica
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