1892 in Scotland
Events from the year 1892 in Scotland.
|See also:||List of years in Scotland|
Timeline of Scottish history
1892 in: The UK • Wales • Ireland • Elsewhere
Scottish football: 1891–92 • 1892–93
- Monarch – Victoria
- Secretary for Scotland and Keeper of the Great Seal – The Marquess of Lothian, until 11 August; then Sir George Trevelyan, Bt
- Lord Advocate – Sir Charles Pearson until August; then John Blair Balfour
- Solicitor General for Scotland – Andrew Murray; then Alexander Asher
- 29 January – original bridge at Bonar Bridge swept away by flood
- February – Scottish Universities Commissioners publish an ordinance authorising Scottish universities to provide for the education and graduation of women for the first time
- 9 April – Celtic F.C. win the Scottish Cup for the first time
- 4–18 July – in the general election, Keir Hardie, standing as an independent labour candidate, wins the London seat of West Ham South
- 5 July – Central Library, Aberdeen, opened by Andrew Carnegie
- 6 September – Dundee Whaling Expedition begins
- 8 September – Cunard liner RMS Campania is launched by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company at Govan
- 26 November – the original Jenners department store in Edinburgh is destroyed by fire
- Foundation stone of new St Cuthbert's Church, Edinburgh laid
- Scottish Church Society formed
- New Templeton's Carpet Factory building on Glasgow Green completed
- 25 March – Andy Clyde, screen actor (died 1967 in the United States)
- 13 April – Robert Watson-Watt, pioneer of radar (died 1973)
- 11 August – Hugh MacDiarmid, poet (died 1978)
- 2 October – Mab Copland Lineman, attorney in the United States (died 1957 in the United States)
- 14 November – Nora Connolly O'Brien, Irish political activist, daughter of James Connolly (died 1981 in Ireland)
- 18 November – D. E. Stevenson, romantic novelist (died 1973)
- 14 December – Jimmy McColl, footballer (died 1978)
- 25 December – Dorothy Johnstone, painter (died 1980 in Wales)
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