missions at Woodville, Pigeon Lake, and Morley Bow River, and assisted in establishing missions at Victoria, Edmonton, Fort McLeod, Calgary, Wolfe Creek, Battle River and Bear's Hill. He has been chairman of the Saskatchewan District for fifteen years, and was delegate to the General Conference in 1SS6 and 1390. He was commissioner for the Government in 1574, preparing the way among the Indians for the coming in of the Mounted Police. He was also commissioner for the Government in 1855, preparing the way for the advance of the western column at Edmonton and Fort Pitt. He was guide, scout, boat builder, commissariat officer, chap-lain, etc., to Gen. Strange's column, and a member of his staff until the completion of his campaign. He is now superintendent of Indian Missions in Manitoba and the North-West.