Paton at Assarlik (Journ.
Paton, Syria and Palestine (1902); G.
Thomson Paton; the county and municipal buildings; handsome public baths and gymnasium, presented to the town by Mr David Thomson; the accident hospital; the fever hospital; the museum of the Natural Science and Archaeological Society; the academy, the burgh school and a secondary school with the finest technical equipment in Scotland, given by Mr A.
Paton and W.
Paton, Biblical World (1906, July and August).
JOHN BROWN PATON (1830-), British Nonconformist divine, was born on the 57th of December 1830.
Paton became vice-president of the British and Foreign Bible Society in 1907.
His son, John Lewis Paton (b.
Paton, The Teaching of Classics -in Prussian Secondary Schools (on " German Reform Schools ") (1907, Wyman, London); J.
139; but other Arabian writers give other forms. Paton (Syria and Palestine, pp. 43, 123) identifies Lot-Lotan with Ruten, one of the Egyptian names for Palestine; its true meaning is obscure.
Paton, Syria and Palestine, p. 269 seq.; R.
Paton, Early Hist.
Paton, Early History of Syria and Palestine (1902); H.
Smith, Cheyne, M'Curdy, Paton, &c.
Paton and Myres, Journal of Hellenic Studies, xvi.
P. Paton, " The Relation of Lev.
127 f.; Paton, Early Hist.
Paton, " A Text-Critical Apparatus to the Book of Esther " in O.T.
1598) who made the first collection of Scottish proverbs (not published till 1641), was parish minister; Robert Gilfillan (1798-1850), the poet, and Sir Joseph Noel Paton (1821-1901), painter and poet - whose father was a designer of patterns for the damask trade - were all born here.
A Paton, History of the Egyptian Revolution (2 vols., 2nd ed., enlarged 1870); and FRENcH REVOLtTTIONARY WARS.