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REV. CHARLES T AGG ART SCOTT, West Lorne, Ont., was born on the

22nd of June, 186o, in the village

of Stouffeville, in the County of York. His father was William Scott, a well known carriage builder in Milton, Out. His father died when he was nine years of age, but he was carefully trained by an exemplary Christian mother, to whom he owes much for his religious training and the influences that led him to choose the sacred ministry. He received his education at McGill College, Montreal, and Victoria University, Cobourg. In the year 1881 he entered the ministry of the Canada Methodist Church, and was ordained in June, 1887, since that time he has filled but two appointments—Enniskillen and West Lorne, both in connection with the London Conference. Mr. Scott was married on September 6th, 1887, to Minnie May White, third daughter of Stephen White, Chatham, Out. He is one of the rising men in the Methodist Church, and is greatly beloved by all who have formed his acquaintance. He gives promise of great usefulness to the cause he loves so well, and so ably represents.

RF:v. CIIARI,F;S T. SCOTT.

RICHARD G McLAUGHLIN, L.D.S.,

I),I).S., Dental Surgeon, Toronto, was

born in the County of Peel, Out., in 1859. He is the son of Joseph and Isabella McLaughlin, coming of Scotch and Irish parent-age. Dr. McLaughlin was educated in the public schools of Ontario, and received his subsequent training at the Brampton Collegiate Institute. For some years he was engaged as a teacher in the public schools of Ontario, and in 1885 entered the Normal School, Toronto, where he completed his studies, taking first-class honors. In the following year he began the study of dentistry in the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, and graduated with honors in the spring of 1889. In the same year he was granted the degree of D.D.S. by the Toronto University, and at once began the practice of his profession in Toronto. At the inauguration of the Toronto Dental Society in 1890, Dr. McLaughlin was chosen as its first president. He is one of the rising professional young men of the city of

Toronto, and occupies a prominent place

in the dental profession. He has all qualities for a successful career.

RICHARD G. McI,AIJGIII,IN.

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