a little later, the right was given to all the churches to hold lands for burying-grounds and other purposes.
Robert About this time a
Baldwin, young lawyer, Robert Baldwin, once a pupil of Dr. Strachan's, was coming to the front as a leader of the moderate Reformers. He entered the assembly in 1830, and, though not a particularly brilliant speaker, s o o n made his mark by his earnestness and sincerity. He was so anxious