Memorandum book of the expenses incurred between 1819 and 1827 by Duncan Dewar while a student at the University of St Andrews.
Account book of Duncan Dewar, student at St Andrews, 1819-1827.
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Administrative / Biographical History
Duncan Dewar (1801-1868) was the son of a crofter, Duncan Dewar, at Ballinlaggan, Kenmore. He studied at the United College of St Andrews University from 1819 to 1923, and then spent a further 4 years studying divinity at St Mary's College. He was licensed by Dunkeld presbytery and spent his working life as minister of Dull, from 1839 until his death in 1868.
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Presented to the University Library by the Trustees of Miss Scott Lang, 1 May 1937.
Call number used to be ms141
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Notebook. Binding: paperPaper: 10x16cm
Description compiled by Maia Sheridan, Archives Hub project archivist, based on material from the Manuscripts Database
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Formerly in the possession of Miss Scott Lang.
Printed with commentary by Sir Peter Redford Scott Lang, Duncan Dewar, a student at St Andrews 100 years ago: his Accounts, Glasgow, 1926.