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MEN OF CANADA.   205

ROBERT McDONALD, M.D., Hagers-1   Ille, Out., was born in the year 1840

at West Zorra, County of Oxford. He received his education in the Zorra public school, and afterwards engaged in teaching for a period of five rears, and then finished at the :Normal School, Toronto. After this he took a regular course in medicine, and, immediately after graduation, began the practice of his profession in Fullerton, Count-,- of Perth, where he remained for eight years. He then removed to Hagersville, where he has practiced for the past fourteen -,-ears. His business is very large and lucrative, not only in Hagersville, but in the stir-rounding neighborhood. Dr. McDonald is a member of the Presbyterian Church. He is Coroner for the County of Haldimand, Master of Hiram Lodge, No. 319, Masonic Body, and P. D. D. G. M. of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. In politics he belongs to the Reform party. He -vvas married in 1872 to Miss Rosilla Elvin, of Whithy, Out. His long experience as a medical man gives him an enviable place

in the esteem and confidence of the   I:~ • JAMES HUBERT COLLINS, Mer-

public wherever he is known.   ritton, Out., was born August 26t]I,

1846, in Devonshire, Eng. He came to Canada at eight years of age, and was converted to God when thirteen •ears old. He received a teacher's certificate while attending the public school in Saxon settlement. He taught school one term, then attended Bowmanville High School and Victoria College, Cobourg. In 1868 he entered the ministry in the Bible Christian Church. His first appointment was Exeter, and then Usborne and London successively. For seven years he labored in Summer-side, P.E.I., three years at Murray Harbor, three in Hamilton, two at Stoner Creek, and three at Burford. This is his second rear at Merritton. He was chairman of Norwich District for i89o, and is the Conference treasurer of the Contingent Fund. Mr. Collins enjoys the confidence of his brethren in the ministry, and is recognized as an able preacher and a successful pastor, and holds a warm place in the affection of the people to whom he has ministered on his various charges. He was married in 1873 to Miss Eliza M. Penhale, of Exeter, Out.

REIV. J. H. COLLIS;;

R. McDONALD.

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