Coutts (or Couttis), Robert
Coutts (or Couttis), Robert a Scotch clergyman, was born at Largo; studied at St. Andrews and Edinburgh universities; was licensed to preach in 1796; became assistant in mathematics at St. Andrews; and was presented to the living at the second charge, Brechin, in 1798. He died June 18, 1803, aged thirty-one years. He had a singularly pious and vigorous mind. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 3:816, 817.