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io8   MEN OF CANADA.

GEORGE ACHESON, M.A., M.B., Toronto, was born at Galt in 1859. His father, Rev. Robert Acheson, is a Presbyterian clergy-man. In 1890 Dr. Acheson married Louie M. Phymister, daughter of Jas. Phymister, of Mont-real. He was educated in Galt Grammar School under Dr. Tassie, where he won the Dufferin medal for general proficiency. In 18;6 he entered the University of Toronto, and graduated in arts in 188o, taking the gold medal in natural sciences. In 1881 he was appointed Science Master in the Toronto Collegiate Institute. In 1883 he took the degree of M.A., and, in 1887, M.B., with first-class honors in the University - of Toronto. After graduating in medicine he was House Surgeon in the General Hospital, Toronto. In 1888 he was appointed on the Examining Board of the Ontario Medical Council and Lecturer in the Women's Medical College, and in 1890 Examiner in the Medical Faculty of the University of Toronto and in the University of Victoria College. He is a member of the Pathological Society of Toronto and other

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George HERBERT STEPHENSON, barrister, Manning Arcade, Toronto, was born at Unionville, York County, Out., on the 1st of September, 189, and was married to Rossanna S. Baillie, daughter of Wm. Baillie, Toronto, on the Ilth of August, 1886. Mr. Stephenson received his education at Trinity College, Toronto. His father, John Stephenson, Clerk of the 211d Division of the County of York and Treasurer of Markham Township, was happily in a position to give his son all the advantages of a broad and liberal education, of which he availed himself to the utmost. In May, 1886, Mr. Stephenson graduated in law, and at once entered business for himself. In professional life he has been abundantly successful, and now en-joys a large practice. In religion he is an attendant upon the Christadelphian Meetings, and is a member of the Masonic Brotherhood. So far he has aspired to no public honors or offices, but devotes his whole time to professional duties. A Iran of one work, devoting to his profession, and giving to his clients, the full benefit of his education and ability, he is bound to make his mark in the world.

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