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Education in Stirlingshire: From the reformation to the act of 1872.
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In the Scottish Council for the Training of Teachers recommended that a new college of education be built in Stirlingshire.
Following government approval the decision was taken to build the college in what was the walled garden of Callendar House in the Lands of Callendar on the outskirts of Falkirk.
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January 14 Greyfriars Bobby died after staying by his master's grave for 14 years. July 18 Voting by secret ballot was introduced for the first time. August 10 Education (Scotland) Act passed, providing elementary education for all children.
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He was born and brought up in the parish of Denny, Stirlingshire, the son of John Adam, merchant, and Jane Durham. Education He received his initial education in Denny, Stirlingshire; thereafter he matriculated in the University of Glasgow inand was licensed in He received his D.D.
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Education He attended the local Free Church school. He graduated M.A. from Aberdeen University in He enrolled in New College, Edinburgh, Ministry He was licensed by the Free Presbytery of Strathbogie on 2nd May, He was ordained in Blairdaff, Aberdeenshire, on 25th January, Death.
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