March 2d 1875
[Mc]Dowell and White came to an agreement
as to the tenour of what the reply should
be, and appointed the Principal and
Professors Dupuis, Ferguson, Watson and
Rev. D. Ross a Committee to frame a
minute on the subject.
Closed with prayer.
W. Snodgrass, DD, qPrincipal
J.B. Mowat, Secretary
March 3d 1875
Queen's University March 3d 1875
The Senate met and was constituted.
Sederunt Principal Snodgrass, Professors
Williamson, Mowat, Dupuis, and
Rev. D. Ross.
The minutes of yesterday were read
McDowell & White
The Committee appointed yesterday
reported the following minute: The Senate
having resumed consideration of the
petition of the students respecting the
sentence passed on Messrs. White and
McDowell, and having carefully reviewed
all the grounds upon which
it was based, finds no reason for recalling
it or modifying any part of it.
This minute was unanimously agreed to
and appointed to be read this morning
absentees on 16th ult.
It was also agreed that the following
intimation be made: The Senate
having declared that the desertion of
classes by students on Friday last is
subversive of discipline and detrimental
to the best interests of the College, and
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