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178   1\.IEN OF' CANADA.

JOHN FRED. CHITTENDEN,
dentist, 11 King street East,
J Hamilton, Out., was born in
Hamilton on the 8th of September,
1867. He received his education at
the public schools of that city, and
afterwards at the celebrated Collegiate
Institute there, where he was thorough-
lv prepared for higher studies. After
his collegiate course at Hamilton was
finished, he matriculated at Trinity
University Faculty of Medicine, To-
ronto. After this he graduated at the
Royal College of Dental Surgeons,
Toronto, in 1890, having studied den-
tistry under his father, the late Dr. C.

S. Chittenden, of Hamilton, and on his death took up his practice in Hamilton, where he still continues, taking a high place in his profession. In politics Dr. Chittenden belongs to the Liberal-Conservative party of the Dominion of Canada, and by religion he belongs to the Episcopalian Church. As the doctor is still a comparatively young man iii his profession, he will doubtless in coming years take a high standing among the dental surgeons of Ontario. He is like all native Canadians, irrespective of party, patriotic in regard to his country and enthusiastic in his calling.

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