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Inventory of Papers Sent to Edinburgh by the College of Glasgow During the Dependence of the Process, at the Instance of Professor John Anderson Against the College

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Inventary of Papers sent to Edinburgh
by the College of Glasgow, during
the dependence of the Proceſs, at the instance
of Mr Anderson, against them.
1st Papers produced in Proceſs

1st Copy of a Memorial and Petition to Lord Sydney
for the Principal and Profeſsion, and of a Certificate
by the Visitors of the truth of what is therein set forth.
2nd Petition of Andrew Crawford Student to the Faculty,
dated 22 March 1784.
3rd Letter from the Lord Advocate to Principal Leechman,
dated 10 Decr 1784.
4th Letter from Lord Sydney to Principal Leechman,
dated 17 June 1785.
5th Copy of a Letter, therein referred to, from Do. to Profeſsor
Anderson, dated 17 June 1785.
6th Letter from Dr Disney to Principal Leechman,
dated 8 March 1784.
7th Letter from Do. to Do., dated 26 May 1784.
8th Letter Do. to Do. dated 2nd Aug. 1784.
9th Printed Leaf of the Gentleman's Magazine containing
the Exculpation of Principal Stirling from the
charge of Embezzlement of the public funds of the
University - therein referred to - annext to said
Letter.
10th Schedule of Requisition & Protest Mr Anderson ag.
the Faculty, marked on the back as given in on
the 25 Novr. 1783, consisting of Seven pages, each page
signed by Alexander Park, as [Pros] for Mr
Anderson, and John McEwan Notary Publick.
11th

11. Mr. Anderson's Reasons of Protest against the Sentence
of the Faculty of Glasgow College on the 23 March
1784, consisting of 21 pages; Signed by Mr Anderson,
and dated, by him, 15 April 1784.
12. Schedule of Protest Mr Anderson against the College,
consisting of 2 pages; signed by himself and John
McEwan Notary Publick, dated 11 May 1784.
13. Reasons of Protest, referred to in said Schedule, consisting
of 17 pages, the last page signed by Mr Anderson,
with a Docquet by John McEwan Notary Publick,
immediately under Mr Anderson's Subscription

2d Papers not produced in Proceſs.
1. Copy Deposition of Mr Charles McLean, dated 23rd May
1783, and of Minute of Faculty dated 6th Novr. 1783
certified by Mr Patrick Wilson Cler. Coll.
2. Printed Copy of the Regulations concerning the Premiums
given to the Masters of Arts by Mr Anderson
of four folio pages
3. Printed Paper containing a Memorial for
the Masters of Arts, and a note of the Expences
incurred by Mr. Anderson through the Institution
in their favour, with an account of the
Medals [¿], of four quarto pages, without Title
or Date.
4. Memorial to the Faculty for the Masters of
Arts, consisting of 3 pages, the last signed by
John Robertson their Preses, dated 11th
Decr 1784

5. Letter from Mr Anderson (supposed) to Principal
Leechman, not being addreſsed, Signed
and Dated, by himself on the fourth page, the
22nd March 1784.
6. Draft of a Letter from Principal Leechman to
the Lord Advocate, holograph of the Principal,
of 3 quarto pages, with another Scroll of Remarks
thereon of 3 folio pages.
7. Copy Letter Do to Do, dated March 1785 of two
quarto pages.
8. Copy Letter from Do. to the Marquiſs of Grahame, dated
on the back, May 1785, of three quarto pages.
9. Copy Letter from Do. to Mr Burke the Rector, dated
May 1785 of two quarto pages.
10. Copy Letter from Do. to The Marquiſs of Grahame, dated
May 1785, of two quarto pages.
11. Copy Letter from Do to the Right Hon.ble Henry Dundas
dated May 1785, of two quarto pages.
12. Extracts of various Minutes of Faculty from the
Records of the College, consisting of 26 pages attested
by Mr Wilson as Cler.Coll, Febry 1786
13. Two Cards, Mr Anderson to Mr Wilson Cler. Coll, the
one dated 23 March 1787, and the other "Friday past
"ten oClock". With the Scroll of Mr Wilson's answer
to the first of these, dated Friday [¿] oClock.
14. Letter Mr Anderson to Mr Wilson, dated 27. March 1787
15. Letter Do to Do, dated 30. March 1787
16. Letter Do to Do, dated 3. April 1787
17. Instrument of Intimation and Protest
The Principal and Profeſsors against Mr Anderson
dated

dated 6 April 1787, consisting of 6 pages signed by
Thomas Graham Notary Publick and witneſses.
18. Proposed Peroration for Mr Cullen's Information
for the College against Profeſsor Anderson, of two
pages.

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Inventory of Papers Sent to Edinburgh by the College of Glasgow During the Dependence of the Process, at the Instance of Professor John Anderson Against the College

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Document ID 579
Title Inventory of Papers Sent to Edinburgh by the College of Glasgow During the Dependence of the Process, at the Instance of Professor John Anderson Against the College
Year group 1750-1800
Genre Administrative prose
Year of publication 1787
Place of publication Glasgow, Scotland
Wordcount 722

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