John Brand

(1744—1806) antiquary and topographer

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McDONALD, Alexander John (born 1919), Professor of Conveyancing, University of Dundee (formerly Queen’s College), 1955–82, now Emeritus (Dean of the Faculty of Law, 1958–62, 1965); Senior Partner, Thornton, Dickie & Brand, WS, Dundee, 1978–84, Consultant to Thorntons, WS, 1984–2000


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antiquarian and chaplain. Educated at the Royal Grammar School, Newcastle, Brand was ordained in 1773. He acted as a teacher and curate in positions around Newcastle until 1784, when ...

Subjects: Modern History (1700 to 1945).

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