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                  Carmichael and the Halifax and Cape Breton Railway and Coal Company. A school commissioner for south Pictou, Fraser served as a town councillor for New Glasgow in 1878 and as its mayor in 1882 and
                  Carmichael’s New Glasgow yard, Simon Fraser was a younger brother of Graham*, one of the founders of the steel industry in Nova Scotia. It
                  the Reverend James Carmichael. He left in 1878 and returned as rector in 1882. One of Bond’s most trusted advisers, he would be elected coadjutor bishop in 1902 and would become bishop of Montreal on
                  its bells, tower-clock, and chimes. Many of his gifts, however, were given anonymously. Bishop James Carmichael paid tribute to his memory by describing him as “one of the best loved men that ever
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