Whyte, Santa Teresa, an appreciation, with some of the best passages of the writings (1897); E.
(2) Pneumonic plague was observed and described in many of the old epidemics, and particularly by two medical men, Dr Gilder and Dr Whyte, in the outbreak in Kathiawar in 1816; but its precise significance was first recognized by Childe in Bombay.
The Rev. Dr Alexander Whyte (b.
ALEXANDER WHYTE (1837-), Scottish divine, was born at Kirriemuir in Forfarshire on the 13th of January 1837, and was educated at the university of Aberdeen and at New College, Edinburgh.