After this he was called to Paris, where he incepted as D.D.
In 1854 went to Rome, and in 1856 received the degree of D.D.
In 1736 both the universities at Aberdeen gave him the degree of D.D.
He had maintained a public disputation in theology, and been rewarded for his success by the title of D.D.
The friars of the English province were specially favoured in respect to the degree of D.D.
abbreviation of Latin Divinitatis Doctor "Doctor of Divinity."