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CARMAN, Albert, M. E. bishop, born in Matilda (now Iroquois), Ontario, Canada, 27 June, 1833. He was graduated at Victoria College, Cobourg, in 1854, was head-master of the Matilda grammar-school in 1854-'7, professor of mathematics in Albert College, Belleville, Ontario, in 1858, and president of Albert College and University from 1858 till 1874: ordained an elder of the M. E. church in 1864, and in 1874 elected bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church of Canada. In 1883 he was chosen general superintendent of the M. E. church. The church school at Belleville he developed from a seminary into a University, and he was also the founder of Alma College for ladies at St. Thomas, and instrumental in forming the union of the four Methodist churches of Canada.
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