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344   MEN OF CANADA.

EDWIN RICHARD REYNOLDS, bar-

, rister, Toronto, was born July i2th,

1856, near Aleaford, Ont. He received his education at the public school and at Collingwood Collegiate Institute. In 1,978 he began the study of law with James J. Robertson, Owen Sound, and subsequently with John Hoskin, Q.C., and finished his course with F. Al. AIorson, now Junior Judge of York. County. He was called to the Bar in 1884 and began the practice of his profession in Toronto. He was the means of re-establishing the Law School, founded by the late John Hillyard Cameron, but which was discontinued about the year 1878. He petitioned the Law Society to re-establish this school, and succeeded in accomplishing it, and to-day it is the chief seat of learning for the law students of Ontario. Mr. Reynolds is an adherent of Bond Street Congregational Church. He is in politics a Conservative, and is an earnest advocate of Imperial Federation, and is well versed in all the leading political questions of the day. He was married in 1882 to Mattie Finch, of Toronto.

CHARLES REA DICKSON, ALD., C.-II.,

was born in Kingston, Out., December

16th, 1858, of Irish parents. His father, one of the chief surgeons of his day, was amongst the founders of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Kingston, and of the Aledical Council of Ontario, and its first president. Dr. Dickson was educated at Kingston Collegiate Institute, and entered the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1876, graduated from University of Queen's College in 188o, spent a year at the DIedical Department of the University of the city of New York, taking the collegiate as well as the post-graduate course, receiving the degree of M.D. in 1881, and attending at the same time private courses on Clinical Examinations by Prof. W. H. Thomson, M. D. He began practice on Wolfe Island in 1882, removed to Kingston in 1886, and to Toronto in 1889. Having paid special attention to medical and surgical electricity, he was appointed Electro-Therapeutist to Toronto General Hospital and to victoria Hospital for Sick Children. The doctor is in religion a Presbyterian.

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