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MoRGAN BALDWIN, Harbor Master of

the Port of Toronto, was born in that

city on the 26th of June, 1834. He is a son of the late John Spread Baldwin, incrchant, and brother of the Bishop of Huron, and also of the Rev. A. H. Baldwin, of All Saints Church, Toronto. He was educated at private schools and Upper Canada College, after which, at a eery earl}- age, he concluded to gratify his youthful ambition and went to sea for a short time. In 1874 lie was elected to fill the aldermanic chair for St. Thomas Ward, and was for five years an active member of the City Council, during which lie filled many important positions. In i88o he was appointed Harbor Master of the Port of Toronto, which lie still holds, to the satisfaction of all parties. Mr. Baldwin is a member of the Church of England. He is also a member of the Irish Protestant Benevolent Society. In 1835 lie married Frances E., eldest daughter of W. C. Ross, merchant, Toronto. He

has two daughters and one son living, the

   HENRY JOHN McGLASHAN was born   latter being the well-known minister,

   in Montreal, July 31st, 1856, and was   Rev. F. DL Baldwin, of Aylmer, Out.

married flay the 28th, 1878, to Janet Reay.O'Dell. He was educated in the Montreal High School and for four years with the Rev. Narcisse Garout, Berthier, Que. He lived for twenty-one years in Montreal and vicinity. His mother died when he was a child, his father two years ago. Mr. McGlashan was for some time with his father, a water-works contractor, for two years in real estate and commission business, and for fifteen years accountant with the Grand Trunk Railway. He is at present city passenger agent, in Brantford, for the Canadian Pacific Railway ; manager of the Canadian Pacific Telegraph Company ; agent for the Dominion Express Company, New York Life Insurance Company, Royal Insurance Company, Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. He is also agent for the Allan, Anchor, Ionian, Dominion and State Line Steaniers. In religion he attends the Methodist Church. He is also a member of the Brantford Board of Trade, captain in the Canadian Militia, and member of the Canadian Order of Foresters.

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