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MEN OF CANADA.   59

James ARCHER WATSON, M.I)., Toronto, was born at Emery, York County, Ontario, August 20th, 1856. He is a son of the late William Watson, superintendent of schools in West York. Dr. Watson received his education in the public schools, in Weston High School and Toronto Collegiate Institute. After leaving school he spent seven years acquiring a knowledge of mercantile matters. Entering Trinity Medical College in 'SST, he graduated iii 1885, and immediately began practice in Toronto. Dr. Watson was appointed an assistant demonstrator of anatomy

in Trinity Medical College in 1889. He has for several years held the appointment of physician to the Young Women's Christian Association of Toronto. He takes an active part in the medical societies of the city of Toronto and in the province, and is thoroughly abreast with the literature of his profession. Having the advantage of a thorough training in his youth, and large experience with men during his business career, coupled with a complete knowledge of the different departments of his profession, and being still iii the prime of life, his future career is full of promise.

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