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Aurora, Ont., was born March
17th, 1853, at " Sleepy Hol-
low," Toronto, son of the Hon. John
B. Robinson, late Lieut.-Governor of
Ontario. He was educated at Upper
Canada College, and commenced study
of law with Robinson, Robinson &
O'Brien, and passed first for admission
to the Law Society, and subsequently was
called to the Bar. In 1SS2 he contested
the Riding of North York in the Con-
servative interest against the present
Sheriff Widdifield, and again contested
the Riding in IS90 on the "Equal
Rights " platform. He has been Corm-

cillor, Deputy Reeve, and Reeve of Aurora, and in June, 1890, was appointed solicitor for York. He has a large practice in Toronto, with offices in Aurora and West Toronto Junction. Mr. Robinson was married June 23rd, 1SSo, to Margaret, daughter of Colonel Norman T. MacLeod, of Drynoch. He is Past W.M. of " Rising Sun " Lodge A.F. & A.M. 129. Past Master Workmen of " Stella " Lodge I'S A.O.U.W., Past President " Loyalty " Lodge S.O.E., and also former president of the North York Conservative Association. Mr. Robinson belongs to the Episcopal Church.


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