1867 in Scotland
Events from the year 1867 in Scotland.
|See also:||List of years in Scotland|
Timeline of Scottish history
1867 in: The UK • Wales • Ireland • Elsewhere
- Lord Advocate – George Patton until February; then Edward Strathearn Gordon
- Solicitor General for Scotland – Edward Strathearn Gordon; then John Millar
- 29 April – the Caledonian Mercury newspaper is last published.
- 9 July – Queen's Park F.C., Scotland's first senior football club, is formed.
- 29 August – John Hill Burton is appointed Historiographer Royal.
- 28 November – opening of Baylis's Royal Colosseum Theatre and Opera House, Glasgow, which becomes the Theatre Royal, Glasgow in May 1869.
- Edinburgh Crystal glass is first manufactured, by the Edinburgh and Leith Flint Glass Company.
- The West of Scotland Grand National, predecessor of the Scottish Grand National, moves to a new course, Bogside Racecourse near Irvine, North Ayrshire.
- 26 April – William Barr, landscape painter (died 1933 in the United States)
- 3 June – George Henry Walton, architect and designer (died 1933 in London)
- 1 August – William Speirs Bruce, naturalist, polar scientist and oceanographer (died 1921)
- 9 August – Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall, writer of history for children (died 1941 in London)
- 26 August – Robert William Hamilton, colonial judge and Liberal politician (died 1944)