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To'which the’UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW ADJUDGED
DR BUCHẢNAN'S PRIZE.
Printed by James Ballantyne,
The Reverend Claudius Buchanan, D.D. Vice-Provost of the College of Fort-William, in Bengal, gave to the University of Glasgow, in 1804, the Sum of Two HUNDRED and Ten POUNDS; desiring that it might be divided into the under-mentioned Prizes:
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS for an ENGLISH PROSE DISSERTATION, “ On the best Means of civilising the Subjects of the British Empire in India ; and of
diffusing the Light of the Christian Religion throughout the Eastern World."
“ Collegium Bengalense."
TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS for a GREEKODE on the following subject:
“ TENESON ONE."