April 3d 1866
Prof Murray to deliver
A. Jardine to
deliver the valedictory
the Valedictory Address to the Students at the
Mr Robert Jardine was appointed to deliver
the Valedictory Address on behalf of the
Fines to be paid
It was agreed to announce to the Students
on Thursday morning that one shall be allowed
to appear at the ensuing University examination,
who has not paid to the respective
Professors the fines due by him for absence from
class, and to the Secretary of Senatus the fines
due for absence from prayers.
Money for prizes
It was agreed to ask from the Trustees
the same amounts for prizes as were appropriated
for the present session.
order of Un. exams
The arrangement in regard to the order
of the University Examinations was agreed
Theses to be examined
The Theses for M.A. were given in, and
were referred to be examined as follows:
Mr. McLennan's to Professors Williamson & Murray,
Mr. Fraser's to Prof. Murray and Mr. McKerras,
Mr. Jardine's to the Principal and Prof. Mowat
Mr. Edmison's to Professors Williamson & Murray.
The Regulations for the University Examinations
adopted ad interim last session, were
read, and after some slight amendments were
again adopted ad interim.
Closed with prayer.
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