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                  CHAPMAN, WILLIAM (baptized George William Alphred)
                   
                   1853; he graduated three years later. He obtained a ba from McGill College in 1859 along with the Henry Chapman Gold Medal, a prize awarded each year to the outstanding
                   
                  the western suburbs. A large brick building was erected in 1887, thanks to a gift from Sir William Young*, and thither the university
                  TREGILLUS, WILLIAM JOHN, farmer, rancher, businessman, and politician; b. 2 May 1858 and was baptized in Plymouth, England
                   
                  Gould attended the High School of Montreal and McGill College; he obtained a ba in 1877 and won the Henry Chapman Gold Medal in classics. He began graduate work in physics
                  entered a partnership with Hickman and in 1878 he was called to the bar. The firm was subsequently restructured as Emmerson and Read, then Emmerson, Chandler, and Chapman, and finally Emmerson and Chandler
                  inseparable. Gordon enjoyed being at the centre of British politics and formed friendships with members of the cabinet the Duke of Newcastle and William Ewart Gladstone
                  books were harshly attacked, by Louis Fréchette* and William
                   
                  . Harris. This trial lasted the unprecedented length of one month and featured bitter personal exchanges between Travis and opposing counsel William
                  hardware business of Dunlop and Chapman, and in 1882 he married Alice Dunlop. The couple moved upriver to Mattawa, where Frank took charge of a new branch of the company. He prospered enough to establish his
                  , machines, water power and water privilege” on the Lepreau River from William Kilby Reynolds, “the finest and fastest mill in the province” according to a later writer. This partnership had ended by 1862 when
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