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29. MARTIN. Founded in 1829, by Adam Martin, M.A., Marisc. Coll., 1780, of London. The number of Bursaries is two, of the annual value of £10 each or thereby, tenable for four years.

30. MATHER. Founded in 1807, by John Mather, M.A., Marisc. Coll., 1784, Surveyor, Madras, and regulated by “The Aberdeen (Endowed Institutions) Provisional Order, 1881”. The number of Bursaries is four, of the annual value of £15 each, tenable for four years. Preference in favour of any candidate, at the open competitive examination, who shall have attended any public or state-aided schools in the Parishes of Foveran or Fyvie, for a period of at least two years.

31. MELVILL. Founded in 1678, by George Melvill, M.A., King's Coll., 1646. Minister of Alford, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 31. Two Bursaries, of annual value of £15 or thereby, tenable for four years.

32. MIDDLETON. Founded in 1810, by James Middleton, Dyer, at Steps of Gilcomston. One Bursary of the annual value of £12 or thereby, tenable for four years.

33. MILNE AND FRASER. Founded in 1677, by James Milne, and in 1695, by John Fraser, Student of Divinity, and regulated by “ The Aberdeen (Endowed Institutions) Provisional Order, 1881 ”. One Bursary of £20, tenable for four years.

34. MITCHELL. Founded in 1801, by David Mitchell, M.A., Marischal College, 1752 ; LL.D., 1801, of Halloway Down, Essex. The number of Bursaries is five, of the annual value of £10 each, tenable for four years.

35. MOIR. Founded in 1769, by Alexander Moir, M.A., King's Coll., 1739; M.D., 1763, of St. Croix, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 47. The number of Bursaries is fourteen-four of the annual value of £20 each and ten of £15 each. Tenable for four years, under the same conditions as the ADAM Bursaries.

36. MUNRO. Founded in 1874, by John Munro Mackenzie, Esquire of Morinish, Isle of Mull, Argyllshire ; Hugh Munro Mackenzie, Esquire, of Prospect, Cumberland; and Mrs. Kathrine Robertson Walker of Gilgarran, Cumberland. One Bursary of the annual value of £20, tenable for four years. Open for competition, and tenable only by youths born within the bounds of the Synods of Glenelg, Sutherland, and Caithness, or of the Presbytery of Mull, and certified by a minister officiating in Gaelic to be familiarly acquainted with that language; the certificates of their knowledge of Gaelic, and that the candidates fulfil the conditions of the Bursary, to be transmitted to the Secretary to the Senatus on or before the Saturday previous to the Bursary Competition. The balance of revenue of the fund to be accumulated for the foundation of another Bursary of the same amount and on the same conditions.

37. OGILVIE. Founded in 1723, by David Ogilvie, M.A., King's Coll., 1681, St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, London, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 50. One Bursary of the annual value of £10, tenable for four years.

38. PARK. Founded in 1691, by James Park, M. A., King's Coll., 1636, of Cranoch, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 32. One Bursary of the annual value of £10, tenable for four years.

39. REDHYTH, SMITH, AND STUART. Founded in 1678, by Walter Ogilvy of Redhyth; in 1789, by George Smith of Bombay; and in 1809, by Rev. James Stuart (Alumnus, Marisc. Coll., 1761-65), sometime Rector of Georgetown, South Carolina. These Bursaries are regulated by Scheme of Administration under the Educational Endowments (Scotland) Act, 1882, by which one half of the residue of the free annual income is for Bursaries for higher education of the annual value of £15 to £20, tenable at the Public School of Fordyce.

The other half of the residue of the free annual income is for University Bursaries of the annual value of £25. These are to be awarded on the result of the ordinary entrance Bursary Examination, or such other examination as the Senatus may at any time appoint, and under the qualifications and preferences specified in Scheme. The Bursaries are open to candidates whose parents or guardians are resident in the County of Banff, or (in the case of the Redhyth Bursaries), who have been nominated by the Earl of Seafield from among children whose

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parents or guardians are resident on the Seafield Estates in Morayshire and Strathspey.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Factor to the County of Banff Bursary Fund, Portsoy.

40. REID AND CRUDEN. Founded in 1633, by Alexander Reid, M.D., and in 1770 by Alexander Cruden (Alumnus, Marisc. Coll., 1713-18; author of the Concordance), Stationer in London, and regulated by The Aberdeen (Endowed Institutions) Provisional order, 1881”. One Bursary of £20, tenable for four years.

41. REIDHAVEN MAJORITY BURSARY. Founded in 1872, by Viscount Reidhaven, from the amount subscribed by the Seafield Tenantry in Banffshire for a testimonial to him on his attaining majority. One Bursary of the annual value of £10 or thereby, tenable for four years. Open for competition to the sons of Lord Seafield's tenants or feuars in the Parishes of Banff, Bellie, Boharm, Boyndie, Cullen, Deskford, Keith, Ord, Portsoy, and Rathven. Candidates must transmit to the Secretary to the Senatus, on or before the Saturday previous to the Bursary Competition, certificates that they fulfil the conditions of the Bursary.

42. ROLLAND. Founded in 1659, by Catherine Rolland, Relict of Rev. William Guild, D.D., Principal of King's Coll., 1640, and regulated by “The Aberdeen (Endowed Institutions) Provisional Order, 1881." The number of Bursaries is four, of the annual value of £25 each, tenable for four years.

43. ROSE. Founded in 1868 and 1870, by the late Rev. Francis Rose, M.A., Marisc. Coll., 1812, D.D., 1845, Baulking, in the County of Berks. The Bursaries are six in number, of the annual value of £30 or thereby, tenable for four years. Preference in favour of Students educated in, or coming from, the Burgh and Parochial Schools of Banff, or the Parochial Schools of Ardclach or Boyndie, and competitors (1) of the name of Rose and (2) natives of the Parishes of Ardclach, Banff, and Boyndie, to be preferred to others in pari casu in other respects. Candidates must transmit to the Secretary to the Senatus, on or before the Saturday previous to the Bursary Competition, certificates that they fulfil the conditions of the Bursary.

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44. Ross. Founded in 1655, by Dr. Alexander Ross, and regulated by “The Aberdeen (Endowed Institutions) Provisional Order, 1881”. One Bursary of £20, tenable for four years.

45. RUDDIMAN AND BRUCE. The Ruddiman Bursary, founded in 1794, by William Ruddi. man, M.D., Marisc. Coll., 1791, and the Bruce Bursary, founded in 1849 by Ninian Bruce, M.A., Marisc. Coll., 1795, Surgeon in the Army, are now conjoined into one Bursary, consisting of the free revenue of the two foundations, estimated at £12 or thereby, tenable for four years. Ordinance (1889) No. 114.

46. SIMPSON. Founded in 1838, by John Simpson, M.A., King's Coll., 1779; LL.D., 1820, of Shrub Hill, Worcester. The number of Bursaries is five, of the annual value of £30.

47. SMITH AND FORBES. Founded in 1741, by the Rev. Alexander Smith (Alumnus, Marisc. Coll., 1700-04, and in 1746, by Thomas Forbes (Alumnus, Marisc. Coll., 1698-1702), of Little Leighes, Essex, and conjoined into one Bursary by Ordinance (1858) No. 38-annual value, £10. Tenable for four years on the conditions before mentioned. (See ADAM.)

48. STUART. Founded in 1809, by the Rev. James Stuart (Alumnus, Marisc. Coll., 1761-65), Rector of George Town and All Saints, South Carolina. The number of Bursaries is now three, tenable for four years, each Bursary (consisting of one-third of the free income of the Foundation), estimated at £14 or thereby. Ordinance (1889) No. 104.

49. TORRIE. Founded in 1874, by the late James Torrie, M.D., King's Coll., 1823. One Bursary of the annual value of £20 or thereby, tenable for four years. Open for competition to Students in Arts for proficiency in Latin.

50. WATSON. Founded in 1699, by the Rev. William Watson, M.A., King's Coll., 1669, Minister of Leslie, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 34. One Bursary of the value of £10, tenable for four years.

II. PRESENTATION BURSARIES.

1. JAMES ADAM. Founded in 1805, by James Adam, LL.D., Marisc. Coll., 1804. One Bursary of the annual value of £7 or thereby, tenable for four years. Patron—The Minister of Fordyce.

2. BALMORAL. Founded by H.M. Queen Victoria in 1869. They are three in number, of the value of £30 each, and are tenable for not more than four years by students of either sex. The Bursars are to be selected in the first instance from the families or relatives of those who are or have been servants, retainers, tenants, or cottars upon the estates of Balmoral, Abergeldie, or Birkhall, and failing these, from the families of persons residing in the United Parishes of Crathie and Braemar. Patron-H.M. The King. TrusteesThe Keeper of the Privy Purse and the Principal of the University of Aberdeen.

The Trustees are also empowered, on the direction of the Patron, to pay at their discretion, to any Bursar, on his quitting the University, a sum not exceeding £25, towards his outfit or advancement in life.

3. BRACO. Founded in 1706, by Lady Braco. One Bursary of the annual value of £10 or thereby, tenable for four years. Patron-Her Grace the Duchess of Fife.

4. BURNET. Founded in 1711, by Gilbert Burnet, M.A., Marisc. Coll., 1657, Bishop of Salisbury, and regulated by Ordinance (1889) No. 108. The number of Bursaries is two, of the annual value of £15 10s. each or thereby, tenable for four years. Patron-Sir Thomas Burnett of Leys, Bart.

5. COLL. Founded in 1791, by Alexander Maclean of Coll, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 43. One Bursary of the annual value of £13, tenable for four years.

Patron- The Chancellor of the University.

6. CRUICKSHANK. Founded in 1815, by James Cruickshank, Farmer in Touxhill, New Deer. One Bursary of the annual value of £10 or thereby, tenable for four years.

Patron-The Minister of Monquhitter for the time.

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