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[margin]April 24, 1868[/margin]

of books to the Library, and also in the exertion
of his influence towards obtaining the valuable
collection of astronomical works recently presented
to the Library for the Observatory department.

[margin]
Pass students in
theology
[/margin]

On a review of the written examinations
in Theology the Senate sustained the University
examination of the following students,
those of the second year being named in the
order of merit:

First Year
Robert Campbell

Second Year
Charles A Doudict
Joseph L Eakin
David P Niven

[margin]
report on theses
[/margin]

The reports of the Committees appointed
to examine the Theses for the degree
of M.A. were given in and read

In accordance with the opinion of
the Committee appointed to examine Prize
Essays, the Senate resolved not to adjudge a
Prize, the only Essay given in not being of
sufficient merit.

Closed with the benediction
W. Snodgrass, D.D, Principal
J.B. Mowat, Secretary

[margin]
April 28, 1868
[/margin]

Queen's University April 28th 1868

The Senate met and was constituted.
The minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.
Sederunt Principal Snodgrass, Professors
Williamson, Murray, McKerras and Mowat.

The examining Committee reported

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1867-8

April 24, 1868

of books to the Library, and also in the exertion
of his influence towards obraining the valuable
collection of astronomical works recently presented
to the Library for the Observatory department.

[margin]
Pass students in
theology
[/margin]

On a review of the written examinations
in Theology the Senate sustained the University
examination of the following students,
those of the second year being named in the
order of merit:

First Year
Robert Campbell
Second Year
Charles A Doudiet
Joseph L Eakin
David P Niven

[margin]
report on theses
[/margin]

The reports of the Committees appointed
to examine the Theses for the degree
of M.A. were given in and read

In accordance with the opinion of
the Committee appointed to examine Prize
Essays, the Senate resolved not to adjudge a
Prize, the only Essay given in not being of
sufficient merit.

Closed with the benediction
W. Snodgrass, D.D, Principal
J.B. Mowat, Secretary

[margin]
April 28, 1868
[/margin]

Queen's University April 28th 1868

The Senate met and was constituted.
The minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.
Sederunt Principal Snodgrass, Professors
Williamson, Murray, McKerras and Mowat.

The examining Committee reported