We deeply regret to have to record the death of Dr. MacIver Campbell, lately Medical Superintendent of the Perth District Asylum. His resignation in 1893, when the state of his health rendered it impossible for him to continue to discharge duties for long undertaken under the gravest difficulties, caused widespread regret and was a serious loss to the Institution, the interests of which he had cared for so well. His father, the Very Rev. Principal Campbell, of the University of Aberdeen, was a man of marked ability, and his sons might have aspired to eminence in any walk of life. None, however, reached middle life, and Dr. Campbell was the last survivor of six brothers, deeply mourned by all who had the advantage of his friendship during his too short career of usefulness.
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