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MEN OF CANADA.

THOMAS MILLMAN,

- M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng land; L.R.C.P., Edinburgh ; F.O.S., London, Eng., etc., was born near Woodstock, Ont., on the 14th February, 185o, his father being Thos. Millman, of Devonshire, Eng., and his mother Maria Taylor, of Norfolk, Eng. Dr. Millman was educated in the Woodstock Grammar School until 1869, when he entered Trinity Medical College, Toronto, where lie graduated in 1873. He then received the appointment as assistant surgeon to the British North American Boundary Commission of 1873-75. He then Went to Europe and spent two years in London and Edinburgh, passing the examination for membership in the Royal College of Surgeons, England, and became a licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh. He was also appointed Resident Accoucheur of St. Thomas' Hospital, London,

and was elected a Fellow of the Obstetrical Society, London. Returning to Canada he began practice in Wood-stock, and in 1879 received the appointment of assistant physician at the Asylum for the Insane, London, Out. In 1885 he was appointed assistant medical superintendent of the Asylum for the Insane, Kingston, Out., which position lie resigned in 1889, having decided to remove to Toronto and resume general practice. On his removal from the London to the Kingston Asylum, he was presented with a hand-some gold watch by the officers and employees of the former institution,

and on leaving Kingston was presented with a fine microscope. He has devoted considerable time to botany and has a fine collection of the Canadian flora. Dr. Millman is a member of St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Toronto, and holds the office of church warden. He is a Mason of fifteen years' standing and a Past Master of the Order. He is also a member of the Independent Order of Foresters, and for eight years has been Supreme Physician of the Order, a position of great responsibility as well as honor. Dr. Millman married. in 1881, Helen D. Craig, daughter of John Craig, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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