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" Aberdeen, was expected by charter1 to possess well-nigh omniscience, for he was required " to be well informed in the Scriptures in order to explain the mysteries of religion ; to be skilled in languages, especially Hebrew and Syriac, which he was to... "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 203
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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The History of Aberdeen: Containing an Account of the Rise ..., Volumes 1-2

Walter Thom - Aberdeen (Scotland) - 1811
...physiology of Aristotle, beginning where the third or highest regent had left off, to which was to be added a short explication of anatomy ; to teach the principles of geography, chronology, and astronomy, as also the Hebrew grammar, together with some practical application of the rules ; to confer the degree...
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Annals of Aberdeen, from the Reign of King William the Lion ...: With an ...

William Kennedy - 1818
...physiology of Aristotle, commencing where the third or highest regent had left off, to which was to be added a short explication of anatomy; to teach the principles...chronology, and astronomy; also the Hebrew grammar, with some practical application of the rules; to confer the degree of master of arts on those students who...
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Annals of Aberdeen: From the Reign of King William the Lion, to ..., Volume 2

William Kennedy - Aberdeen (Scotland) - 1818 - 489 pages
...physiology of Aristotle, commencing where the third or highest regent had left off, to which was to be added a short explication of anatomy ; to teach the principles...chronology, and astronomy ; also the Hebrew grammar, with some practical application of the rules ; to confer the degree of master of arts on those students...
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The McGill University Magazine, Volume 3

Andrew Macphail - 1903
...skilled in languages, especially Hebrew and Syriac, to illustrate from Greek Aristotle's Physiology, to give a short explication of anatomy to teach the...also the Hebrew Grammar, with practical application." The lectures were all in Latin, or what passed for Latin. When the doctors and lawyers began to lecture...
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The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century

Henry Grey Graham - Scotland - 1906 - 545 pages
...the early part of the century the Principal of Marischal College, Aberdeen, was expected by charter1 to possess well-nigh omniscience, for he was required...College had his income raised in 1703 from 41 to 902 — which was the remuneration given to Principal Carstares ; but the Principal at Glasgow was...
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Scottish Education school a nd university from early times to 1908 with an ...

...illustrate, from Greek, Aristotle's Physiology; to explain the sacred writings one hour every Monday ; to give a short explication of Anatomy; to teach the principles of 1 In the college accounts the materials are thus recorded: "2 pounds of cours biscat, 6 ounce of fyne...
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