A handsome granite monument has recently been erected in the Grange Cemetery, Edinburgh, to Dr. Skae by his old Assistants. It is in the form of a sculptured Celtic Cross on a massive pedestal, is made of grey Aberdeen granite polished, and has the following inscription:—“David Skai, M.D., born 5th July, 1814; died 18th April, 1873. For twenty-seven years Physician-Superintendent of the Royal Edinburgh Asylum at Morningside. Erected to his memory by those whom, receiving as Medical Assistants, he parted from as life-long friends. ‘How good! How kind! And he is gone.’”—In Memoriam.
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