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MEN OF CANIAD~.   381

CHARLES ROBINSON, Al. D., Brampton,

Ont., tvas born November 4th, 1886, in

Claude, Peel Co. He was educated at Toronto High School, and matriculated in Toronto University in 1859. He then entered the Toronto School of Medicine, and was licensed by the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1862. In 1863 he graduated at Jefferson Medical College, Pa., U.S., and then began practice in his native town. In 1879 he was elected to the Local Legislature for the County of Cardwell. He was also coroner for the County of Peel for many years. Dr. Robinson is an adherent of the Presbyterian Church, a member of the Masonic Brotherhood, of the A.O.U.W. and the A.O.F. In politics he belongs to the Liberal party. His brother is an eminent medical professor in New fork city and the author of many valuable manuals, and his son, who is a graduate of Toronto University, is his assistant. Dr. Robinson was married in 1868 to Miss Ellen Standing, who died in 1884, and, in 18go, to Miss Lowes, of Brampton.

C

NEIL MCCRIMMON, barrister and soli-

citor, Canada Life Chambers, To-

ronto, was born June 23rd, 1868, at Vankleek Hill, County of Prescott. He was educated at the High School in his native county. He began life at lumbering on the Upper Ottawa, and afterwards lived for three years ill Wyoming and Utah territories as agent for the well known "Star Stage Route," which occasioned the celebrated "Star Route Fraud" case. From 1882 to 188, with the exception of a fete months, Mr. McCrimmon studied late at St. Thomas and Ridgetown. He was called to the Bar at Michaelmas Term, 1887, and practised in St. Thomas for nine months, when the firm of AIcCrimmon & McCrimmon located in Toronto, and united with Macdonald & Macintosh, of Cornwall. Since then the new firm has been known as Macdonald, Macintosh & McCrimmon, and are building up a large practice. He is an adherent of the Presbyterian Church, a member of the Dominion Court of the Canadian Order of Foresters, and was elected president of the Young Men's Liberal Club in 18go.

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