|Description||Harangues of the tertian class (1798 - 1799), delivered at weekly intervals and bound together. 41 ff. 3 January, 14 March 1799 and undated.|
'On arithmetic', Alexander Caie (A. M. 1800).
'On algebra', anonymous.
'On geometry', Alexander Smith (A. M. 1800).
'On natural history', anonymous.
'Upon the figoure, bulk and motion of the earth', David Macrae (A. M. 1800).
'On geology', E. MacLachlan (A. M. 1800).
'Of air in general and the winds', William Forbes (A. M. 1800).
'Of the meteors, rain, hail and snow', William McLeod (b.s.t.m.; did not graduate).
'Of the origins of rivers and fountains', William Mann (A. M. 1800).
'Of the characteristics of the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms', William Panton (A. M. 1800).
'On the sea', William Sutherland (A. M. 1800).
'On mountains', Hector Bethune (A. M. 1800).