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Founded in King's College in 1841, under the will of John Simpson, LL.D., Shrub Hill, Worcester (vide antea), for distinction in Greek.
The value of the prize is £65, or thereby, annually competed for by the scholars in the Magistrand Class.
(See William Robbie (Aberdeen) Gold Medal in Greek," page 304.)
* Alfred R. Murison was first in the Examination, but was ineligible to hold the
21. Town's GOLD MEDAL.
A Gold Medal was given annually from 1851 to 1913 (1851-60 at Marischal College) by the Magistrates and Town Council of Aberdeen to the most distinguished scholar at the termination of the Arts Curriculum; since 1914 two gold medals have been given in the Departments of Language and Philosophy, and of Science. *Wm. Low was first in the Examination, but was ineligible to hold the prize.
William R. Tennant.
Cecil A. Lewis.
Wm. J. Entwistle.
Katharine B. M. Wattie.
For information regarding the Collie Prize and Dickie Prize in Botany, and the Nicol Prize and MacGillivray Prize in Zoology, see under Faculty of Science.