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first of the McLaughlins at the cross-roads village of Enniskillen, a shop for making wagons and sleighs, one such as might be found in al-most any little hamlet in Ontario at that time.

Mr. Allin, to whose memory I am indebted for the story of the Millerites, given in a subsequent chapter,' told me, too, that he remembered

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when the shop of Hart A Massey's father, in Newcastle, gave employment to just three per-sons. That was the period when owners of little smithies all over the province were turning

1. See page 318 et seq.

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