THE ROYAL SCOTTISH HOSPITALOF THE FOUNDATION OF KING CHARLES THE SECOND.(Incorporated by Royal Charters Annis 1665, 1676, and 1775.)President:—THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE EARL OF ROSEBERY, K.G., K.T.Vice-presidents:The Right Hon. LORD STRATHCONA,and MOUNT ROYAL, G.C.M.G., D.C.L.The Right Hon. EARL LOREBURN,G.C.M.G.DUNCAN MACKINNON, Esq.Captain HENRY W. NOTMAN.ROBERT GORDON, Esq.ROBERT NIVISON, Esq., J.P.Treasurer:—The Right Hon. LORD BALFOUR OF BURLEIGH, K.T., G.C.M.G.Chaplains:The Rev. J. MONRO GIBSON, D.D.The Ven. WM. MACDONALD SINCLAIR,D.D.The Rev. ALEXANDER MACRAE.The Rev. ARCHIBALD FLEMING, D.D.The Rev. IVOR J. ROBERTON.The Rev. RODERICK MACLEOD.The Rev. E. B. H. MACPHERSON.The Rev. EDWARD D. FINGLAND.Physicians:Sir T. LAUDER BRUNTON, Bart., LL.D.,M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S.J. MITCHELL BRUCE, Esq., LL.D., M.D.,F.R.C.P.J. J. PRINGLE, Esq., M.B., F.R.C.P.Sir JAMES CRICHTON-BROWNE, M.D.,LL.D., F.R.S.Sir PATRICK MANSON, G.C.M.G., LL.D.M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S.Surgeons:Colonel JAMES CANTLIE, M.B., F.R.C.S.Sir W. WATSON CHEYNE, Bart., C.B.M.B., F.R.S.JOHN COUPER, Esq., M.D.J. DUNDAS GRANT, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.S.Von. Architect---J. MACVICAR ANDERSON, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., F.R.S.E.Von. Stockbroker---R. H. HEDDERWICK, Esq.Auditor---GEORGE RAE FRASER, Esq., J.P.Committee of Management.Life Members:The Right Hon. the EARL OF ABERDEEN,K.T., G.C.M.G., LL.D.The Right Hon. the EARL OF ROSEBERY,K.G, K.T. (President)The Right Hon. the EARL OF WEMYSS ANDMARCH.The Right Hon. EARL LOREBURN, G.C.M.G.(Vice-President)The Right Hon. LORD MOUNTSTEPHEN,G.C.V.O.The Right Hon. LORD ROWALLAN.The Right Hon. LORD STRATHCONA ANDMOUNT ROYAL, G.C.M.G., D.C.L.(Vice-President)D. J. ABERCROMBY, Esq.Sir CHAS. E. ADAM, Bart.JOHN S. ADAMSON, Esq.SAMUEL ALEXANDER, Esq.W. L. ALEXANDER, Esq.ANDREW ANDERSON, Esq.GEORGE ANDERSON, Esq.HENRY GIBSON ANDERSON, Esq.J. MACVICAR ANDERSON, Esq., F.R.I.B.A.,F.R.S.E. (Hon. Architect)ANDREW ARTHUR, Esq.G. P. BALFOUR, Esq.JAMES S. BINNING, Esq.JOHN BRODIE, Esq.Sir T. LAUDER BRUNTON, Bart., LL.D.,M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. (Hon. Physician)GEORGE R.BURNESS, Esq.ALEX. H. CAMPBELL, Esq.ALEXANDER CHRISTIE, Esq.ROBERT CLARK, Esq., J.P.Major-General HENRY CLERK, R.A.PETER COATS, Esq.T. CUTHBERTSON, Esq.The Right Hon. Sir ROBERT B. FINLAY,K.C., G.C.M.G., M.P.JAMES A. FLEMING, Esq., K.C.ROBERT FLEMING, Esq.ALLAN W. FREER, Esq.W. R. GALBRAITH, Esq.ROBERT GORDON, Esq. (Vice-President)PETER GRAHAM, Esq., R.A.JAMES GRAY, Esq., J.P.J. BRAIDWOOD GRAY, Esq.ROBERT KAYE GRAY, Esq.JOHN INGLIS, Esq.Colonel Sir ROBERT W. INGLIS, V.D.JOHN JORDAN, Esq.JOHN KENNEDY, Esq.WILLIAM KENNEDY, Esq.ALEXANDER LANG, Esq.ROBERT LITTLEJOHN, Esq.JOHN GUTHRIE LORNIE, Esq., J.P., F.S.S.JOHN LYLE, Esq.JAMES MCDONALD, Esq.ALEXANDER MACINTYRE, Esq.J. P. MCINTYRE, Esq.PETER J. MACKIE, Esq.DUNCAN MACKINNON, Esq. (Vice-President)W. F. DE BOIS MACLAREN, Esq.A. NICOL MACNICOLL, Esq.GEORGE MATHIESON, Esq.ALEXANDER MILLER, Esq.W. N. MITCHELL, Esq.ALEX. MUIRHEAD, Esq., D.Sc, F.R.S.BAILIE JOHN MURRAY, J.P.ROBERT NIVISON, Esq., J. P. (Vice-President)Captain H. W. NOTMAN (Vice-President)JOHN PATERSON, Esq.PETER REID, Esq.ALEXANDER RITCHIE, Esq., J.P.GEORGE ROGER, Esq.ALBERT G. SANDEMAN, Esq.Colonel Sir COLIN SCOTT-MONCRIEFF,K.C.S.I., K.C.M.G.GEORGE SLIGHT, Esq., M.D.NATHANIEL SPENS, Esq.JAMES STRACHAN, Esq.ROBERT MACKAY SUTHERLAND, Esq.Sir THOMAS SUTHERLAND, G.C.M.G.H. W. THOMSON, Esq.W. WEDDEL, Esq.THOMAS WHARRIE, Esq., J.P.GRAEME A. WHITELAW, Esq.JAMES BAIRD WHITELAW, Esq.F. J. YARROW, Esq.H. J. YOUNGER, Esq.Elected Members:J. BALFOUR ALLAN, Esq.G. G. ANDERSON, Esq.LEWIS BENNETT, Esq.ALEXANDER BREMNER, Esq.W. L. BRODIE, Esq.THOMAS BROWN, Esq.ANDREW CURRIE, Esq.Surgeon-General W. G. DON, M.D.JAMES A. EWART, Esq.A. DODDS FAIRBAIRN, Esq., C.A.PATRICK GARDINER, Esq.J. MILNE GREIG, Esq.ROBERT HENDERSON, Esq., C.B.WILLIAM JEFFREY, Esq.JAMES H. MACKAY, Esq.H. M. CHARTERS MACPHERSON, Esq.JOHN MATHESON, Esq., M.A., M.D.ALEXANDER MICHIE, Esq.WILLIAM NICOL, Esq.GEORGE W. PATON, Esq.GEORGE A. G. ROBERTSON, Esq.P. W. ROBERTSON, Esq.WILLIAM WHYTOCK, Esq.Object of theCorporation.The object of the Corporation is to relieve natives of Scotland in need, being of honest and creditable record, living within the boundaries of the Greater London District; more particularly the aged, the widowed, the fatherless, and such as are in occasional and temporary distress. For its income the Charity depends mainly on Voluntary Contributions.Pensions tothe Aged.Yearly pensions, ranging from £7 10s. to £30, are granted to natives of Scotland over 65 years of age who have, for the last twelve years, been resident in London, and whose income from other sources does not amount to more than £15 per annum. The foresaid limit of age constituting one of the conditions for award of pension is, however, relaxed in the case of applicants afflicted with chronic infirmity, physical or mental. In view of the Old Age Pensions Act, 1908, all pensions and regular allowances will be subject to readjustment, possibly withdrawal, possibly curtailment, when the recipients reach 70 years of age. The filling of vacancies is made by the election of Subscribers.
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