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King's Coll., 1803, sometime Minister of the Parish of Inverkeithny. One Bursary of the annual value of £12 or thereby, tenable for four years, or during the Bursar's Arts Curriculum, and thereafter, if the Bursar so elects, during his Divinity Curriculum. Preference to those who can prove relationship to the founder, or to her deceased husband; and in other respects to those having "views towards the holy ministry". Trustee and Patron-The Minister of Inverkeithny.
31. MOIR (ROBERT).
Founded in 1881, by Rev. Robert Moir, M.A., Marisc. Coll., 1827, Minister of Rothiemay. One Bursary of the annual value of £10 or thereby, tenable for four years. To be given to (1) Sons of Clergymen in the Presbytery of Strathbogie, whom failing (2) Sons of Parents residing in the Parish of Rothiemay, who are members of the Parish Church, whom also failing (3) any young man whom the said Presbytery may consider deserving, whose parents are members of the Church of Scotland. Patrons-The Presbytery of Strathbogie.
Founded in 1762, by John Paterson of Pancras Lane, London One Bursary of the annual value of £14, tenable for four years, in connection with a Foundation of two Bursaries at the Grammar School, Aberdeen. Patron-The Principal of the University.
33. PITCOW BURSARIES.
Founded in 1900, by the Rev. John Robb, M.A. (Marisc. Coll. 1823), of Pittrichie, sometime Minister of Longside. One Bursary of £16 open to children of persons resident in the Parish of Longside, and two Bursaries of £20 each open to children of persons resident in the Parish of Udny or the old Second Municipal Ward of Aberdeen. Tenable for four years. To be awarded to Candidates who have secured a place within the first 100 in the Bursary Competition. Patrons-The Trustees of the Founder, c/o Messrs. Hunter & Gordon, Advocates, 80 Union Street, Aberdeen.
Founded in 1714 and 1727, by the Rev. Gilbert Ramsay (Alumnus, Marisc. Coll., 1673). The Bursaries are four in number, and are tenable for four years. Their annual value is £12 or thereby. Patron-Sir Herbert Ramsay of Balmain, Bart.
Founded in 1882, by Charles Runcy, Esq., of Barkmill, Aberdeen. The number of Bursaries is two, of the annual value of £6 each or thereby. To Students in any of the Faculties during the lives of the Trustees of the Founder; thereafter, to Students in the Faculty of Arts, "according to merit at the annual University Competition for Bursaries". Patrons-John P. Cumine, Advocate, Aberdeen, and others, Trustees of the Founder.
36. SCOTT (BISHOP OF ABERDEEN).
Founded in 1835, by Alexander Scott, M. D., of Craibstone. One Bursary of the annual value of £25 or thereby, tenable for four years. To be given to the son of any poor clergyman of the Scotch Episcopal Communion, or, should there be no claimant of said description, to any other young man in needy circumstances, who is intended for the Ministry of the Scotch Episcopal Church. Patron-The Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Aberdeen for the time being.
37. SCOTT (PRESBYTERY OF STRATH BOGIE).
Founded in 1835, by Alexander Scott, M.D., of Craibstone. One Bursary of the annual value of £10 or thereby, tenable for four years. To be given to the son of any poor clergyman of the Established Church of Scotland, in the Presbytery of Strathbogie. Patrons-The Presbytery of Strathbogie.
Founded in 1914 in terms of the Trust Settlement of the late Mr. James Simmie Sharpe, Rothiemay. The Bursaries are two in number of the annual value of £30 each, tenable for four years by male students from the Parishes of Rothiemay and Fyvie respectively. Patrons-The Trustees of the Founder. Further particulars may be had on application to Messrs. Thurburn & Fleming, Solicitors, Keith.
Founded in 1869, by William Smith, M.A., King's Coll., 1810; M.D., 1812, of Damside, Aberlemno, for a Student from the County of Forfar, whom failing, of Aberdeen. The Bursary is of the annual value of £10 or thereby. Patrons-The Trustees of the Founder.
Founded in 1869, by James Sturm, Esq., of London. The number of Scholarships is two, of the annual value of £30 each or thereby, tenable for five years. The candidates must be not less
than fifteen years of age, natives of the Parish of Mortlach, Banffshire, and must have been educated at the Parish School of Mortlach during at least two years. Patrons-The Minister and Deacons of the Established Church of said Parish.
Founded in 1688, by John Turner, merchant in Dantzic, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 51. One Bursary of the annual value of £11 2s., tenable for four years. Patron-Mr. Turner of Turner Hall.
Also one Bursary of the annual value of £11 10s., tenable for four years, to be given by comparative trial. Patrons The Magistrates and Town Council of Aberdeen.
Founded in 1791, by Mrs. Margaret Udny-Duff of Coulter, and regulated by Ordinance (1858) No. 46. One Bursary of the annual value of £10, tenable for four years. Patron-Her Grace the Duchess of Fife.
III. BURSARIES UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE INCORPORATED TRADES OF ABERDEEN.
Founded in 1655, by Rev. William Guild, D.D., Principal of King's Coll., 1640, for three poor Boys that are Craftsmen's sons. Under a new Scheme of Administration approved by the Court of Session in 1907, the Patrons of the Mortification are directed to apply the revenue in the payment of Bursaries of the value of not more than £25 nor less than £10 per annum. Applicants are preferred in the following order, (1) Sons of members of any of the incorporated Crafts of Aberdeen, who either have no parents alive or whose parents are poor and unable to maintain them at the University (2) Sons of any Craftsman within Scotland who may be similarly situated as to means; and (3) Sons of Craftsmen, members of any of the incorporated trades of Aberdeen.
The presentees must be matriculated students of the University pursuing a continuous course of study with a view to graduation in any of the Faculties. Bursaries may not be held for a longer term than five years.
Founded in 1736, by the Rev. John Moir, Rector of Wes Infield, in the North Riding of the County of York, for a Philot sophy Bursar for four years. It is understood that this Foundation is now included with Dr. Guild's Mortification, the whole being treated as one Bursary Fund.