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Scots in Argentina

To friends in those Parishes where it has been my happy privilege to serve :—

Corstorphine Parish Church, Edinburgh, Gogar Mission, Student-Assistant, 1909.
St. Andrew’s Parish Church, Edinburgh, Student Assistant, 1909-10.
St. Andrew’s Scots Church, Buenos Aires, Assistant, 1910-12.
St. Cuthbert’s Parish Church, Edinburgh, Assistant, 1912-14.
Cadzow Parish Church, Hamilton, Minister, 1915-1919. (Ministry broken by War service).
St. Stephen’s Parish Church, Broughty Ferry, Minister, 1919-1926.
St. Andrew’s Scots Church, Buenos Aires, Minister, 1926.

And to the memory of three good Scots, who invested themselves in Argentina, who built better than they thought and were loved better than they knew:—

The Rev. William Brown, D.D., Minister of St. Andrew’s Buenos Aires, 1829..1849. (Later Professor of Moral Philosophy, St. Andrew’s University).
The Rev. James Smith, D.D., ("Padre Smith")
- 1850-1883.
The Rev. James William Fleming, O.B.E., D.D., 1883-1925.

True friends — all of them — of every exiled Scot.

Forsitan et nostrum nomen miacebitur istia.

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