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... of the Classical School at the Belfast Academical Institution, also becoming Professor of Hebrew and Oriental Languages in the collegiate department in 1822. He participated in the Belfast Literary Society, and was created LL D by Glasgow University...
...Drummond, William Hamilton William Hamilton Drummond was born in Larne, Co. Antrim in August 1778 and died in Dublin on 16 October 1865. He was a non-subscribing Presbyterian minister, a poet and an educationalist. Drummond was educated...
...Young, John Ferrie, John John Ferrie was born in Glasgow, probably in the early 1790s, and died in Holywood, Co. Down on 20 July 1872. He was Professor of Moral Philosophy at the Belfast Academical Institution from 1829 to 1849. He...
...Drennan, William Drennan, Thomas William Drennan was born in Belfast on 23 May 1754 and died there on 5 February 1820. He was the son of the Revd Thomas Drennan , a non-subscribing Presbyterian minister and friend of Francis Hutcheson , who...
... of Scotland and in 1812 began the divinity course which he followed for three sessions. He graduated MA in 1813 and LL.D. in 1821.After a brief period as a family tutor he was appointed to the Belfast Academical Institution in September 1815....
...Ferrie, John Orr, John John Orr was born in Ireland, probably in Co. Down, in 1827 or 1828 and died in the United States in 1896. His father, the Presbyterian minister Alexander Orr, supported the nonsubscribers during the struggles over...
... (1774–1821) agus an oidhreacht a d’fhá ( Belfast , 1992); bibliography, pp. 103–104. Anon., New Monthly Magazine , vol. 3 (1821), p. 312. McEwen W.D.H. , Funeral Address ( Belfast , 1821). Nelson Joseph , ‘ William Neilson, DD, MRIA ’,...
...Bruce, William (1757–1841) William Bruce, Presbyterian minister, was born in Dublin on 30 July 1757 and died there on 27 February 1841. Claiming descent from the royal house of Scotland of the same name, he was of the fifth generation...