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  • of religious texts. Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism 1868–1889, University of St. Andrew's. Crombie Collection, University of St Andrews
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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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  • Author:Herbert Jennings Rose (category Alumni of University of Oxford)
    Latin at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth (1919–1927); Professor of Greek at the University of St Andrews. Made a fellow of the British Academy
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  • History, University of St. Andrews and Queen Margaret College, University of Glasgow; Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, University of Edinburgh
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  • of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy (1865) Inaugural address; delivered to the University of St. Andrews, Feb. 1st, 1867 (1867) Speech In Favor of Capital
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  • (Edin.), F.R.S.(Edin.). Chandos Professor of Medicine and Anatomy, University of St Andrews, 1875-1908. Author of Animal Locomotion; &c This author wrote
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  • Title Celebration of the five hundredth anniversary of foundation; publications of the Departments of philosophy and divinity Year 1911 Location Glasgow
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  • Title Inaugural address delivered to the University of St. Andrews, Feb. 1st 1867 Author John Stuart Mill Year 1867 Publisher Longmans, Green, Reader
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  • Works of Sulpitius Severus. Translated, with preface, and notes, by Rev. Alexander Roberts, D.D., Professor of Humanity, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
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  • translated to the neighbouring parish of Meigle. He received the degree of doctor of divinity from the university of St. Andrews on 2 July 1779, and was repeatedly
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  • education in the university of St. Andrews, took his degree in 1831, and, being licensed as a preacher by the presbytery of St. Andrews in April 1834, was
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  • age of fourteen, to the university of St. Andrews, to be educated for the ministry. He obtained various academic distinctions; but the attractions of natural
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  • Greek and Gifford lecturer at the university of St Andrews (1863–1894). In 1894 he was elected an honorary fellow of Balliol. As a scholar he is best known
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  • born at Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmoreland. He graduated M.D. at the university of St. Andrews on 30 Aug. 1797, shortly after which he settled in London as obstetric
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  • the Haliburtons of Pitcur, and a near relative of George Haliburton [q. v.], bishop of Dunkeld, graduated at the university of St. Andrews in 1652; after
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  • Scottish man of letters, was born at Whitefield, Perthshire, in 1793. He was educated at Edinburgh and at the university of St Andrews, where he studied
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  • duke of Chandos, established a medical professorship in the university of St. Andrews, and on 10 Jan. 1722 Simson was admitted as its first incumbent
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  • school of Edinburgh, of which he became rector in 1820. In 1826 he received the degree of LL.D. from the university of St. Andrews. On account of failing
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  • followed the occupation of a blacksmith. In 1818 he entered the university of St. Andrews, and after completing his university career at Glasgow, and attending
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  • death of Dr. Robert Briggs in 1841, Reid was appointed to the Chandos chair of anatomy in the university of St. Andrews, where he began a course of lectures
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