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George Grub

Grub, George (1812–1892). Historian, was born in Old Aberdeen, and ed. at King’s College there. He studied law, and was admitted in 1836 to the Society of Advocates, Aberdeen, of which he was librarian from 1841 until his death. He was appointed Lecturer on Scots Law in Marischal College, and was Prof. of Law in the University (1881–91). He has a place in literature as the author of an Ecclesiastical History of Scotland (1861), written from the standpoint of a Scottish Episcopalian, which, though dry, is concise, clear, fair-minded, and trustworthy. G. also ed. (along with Joseph Robertson) Gordon’s Scots Affairs for the Spalding Club, of which he was one of the founders.

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