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1619 William Anderson
162- James Sandelands, elder
After 1683 Chair Vacant
Principal from 1640. In 1642-3 is styled "Rector of King Charles' Univer + Elected Chancellor in 1827. Re-elected by the Graduates. § Afterwards Lord Justice General. Historian. Previously Professor in the College de Montaigue, Paris. By Papal Bull of Collation (Pope Paul III.), Fasti Ab., p. 120. By Fapal Bull of Collation (Pope Julius III.), Fasti Ab., p. 123. ++ One of the "Aberdeen Doctors "..
++ Afterwards Bishop of Ross, and Secretary to Queen Mary.
§ Afterwards Principal of Marischal College.
Afterwards Professor of the Practice of Medicine, Edinburgh University.
** This Office ceased at time of Union of the Colleges in 1860.
+ Previously Professor of Hebrew, St. Mary's College, St. Andrews. Afterwards Principal of Edinburgh University.
SS Afterwards Regent, Edinburgh University.
15- John Vaus 153- Theophilus Stewart 157- David Rait
158- Peter Udney
1584 David Clark 1585 John Guthrie 15- John Erskin 1587 William Rait 1589 James Sibbald 1590 Alexander Barclay 1600 Robert Arbuthnot 16- William Lesly 1604 James Rait 1610 Robert Dunbar 1613 William Forbes
15- Henry Spittal David Guthrie 1519 Robert Gray John Bisset Michael Valcar 1520 John Hay 15- John Melueyne
1614 Andrew Cant the elder
1625 James Harvey
1572 George Paterson Hercules Rollock Thomas Cheyne Duncan Davidson
1580 Robert Mercer Walter Ogilvie Walter Stuart Alexander Skene Andrew Arbuthnot Dugal Mackenzie
1583 David Rait
Robert Burnett David Clerk William Barclay 1584 Peter Udney 1587 John Guthrie 1590 James Sibbald 1592 William Forbes 1594 David Robertson 1597 Andrew Robertson John Chalmer 1600 Andrew Young ||
1601 Gilbert Ketht 1602 Patrick Guthrie 1610 Patrick Reid
Appears to have held the offices of Humanist at Marischal College and Rector of the Grammar School of Aberdeen at the same time. One of the Latin poets of the Delitiæ Poet. Scot.
+ Appointed Rector of the Grammar School of Aberdeen in 1663, and held both offices conjointly. Previously Humanist at Marischal College.
Dean of Aberdeen. Very prominent at the Reformation in 1560. His Arms n College Quadrangle.
§ Previously Rector of the Grammar School of Aberdeen. Afterwards Regent, Edinburgh University.
1796 Robert Eden Scott, Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1800
1797 Hugh Macpherson, Professor of Greek
1800 William Duncan, Professor of Natural Philosophy; of Mathematics, 1811
1811 William Paul, Professor of Natural Philosophy
John Tulloch, Professor of Mathematics
1817 Daniel Dewar, Professor of Moral Philosophy ++
1819 Andrew Alexander, Professor of Moral Philosophy $$
1820 John Lee, Professor of Moral Philosophy ||||
afterwards Professor in the Scots
* Previously Regent, Marischal College; College at Madrid.
+ Previously Regent, Marischal College. Afterwards Rector of the Scots College at Rome.
§ Afterwards first Earl of Aberdeen.
|| Previously Regent, Marischal College.
Afterwards Professor of Humanity, Edinburgh University.
** Author of the "Inquiry into the Human Mind," &c. Afterwards Professor of Moral Philosophy, Glasgow University.
++ Resigned the office of Sub-Principal, and was re-appointed to a simple Regency. +-+- Afterwards Principal of Marischal College. SS Afterwards Professor of Greek, United College, St. Andrews.
At the same time Professor of Church History, St. Mary's College, St. Andrews; afterwards Principal of the United College, St. Andrews, and latterly, the University of Edinburgh.
1821 Hercules Scott, Professor of Moral | 1851 Frederick
1834 John Fleming, Professor of Natural 1854 Peter Colin Campbell, Professor of
1845 David Thomson, Professor of 1855 William Duguid Geddes, Professor Natural Philosophy of Greek.
PROFESSORS OF DIVINITY.
1620 John Forbes of Corse
1673 Patrick Gordon
1693 George Gordon, Elder
1730 George Gordon, Younger 1767 John Ross
1703 Thomas Bower
1697 Charles Gordon
PROFESSORS OF ORIENTAL LANGUAGES.
1790 Alexander Bell
1816 Duncan Mearns
PROFESSORS OF MATHEMATICS (NON-REGENTS).
1732 Alexander Rait 1800. See under Regents, 1794.
*Author of the "Philosophy of Zoology"; subsequently Professor of Natural History in the New College, Edinburgh.
Author of "Life of God in the Soul of Man," &c.
Previously Professor of Divinity, Marischal College; author of the " Essay