§ From and after the passing of this Act the right of presentation to the Professorship of Natural History in the University of Edinburgh presently exercised by Her Majesty, her heirs and successors, in right of her Crown, shall be transferred to and in all time coming be exercised by the curators of the said University appointed under the provisions of section thirteen of the Universities (Scotland) Act 1858; and the right of presentation to the Professorship of Botany in the said University presently exercised by the said curators shall be transferred to and in all time coming be exercised by Her Majesty, her heirs and successors, in right of her Crown.1500
§ MR. J. CALDWELL (Lanark, Mid)
said he did not intend to oppose the Bill, but he should like to know if the Lord Advocate could give them the relative amounts of the Chairs that were transferred.
§ * THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. GRAHAM MURRAY, Buteshire)
said he could not give the exact figures, but the parties concerned considered the bargain a fair one.
§ Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill.
§ Clause 2,—