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BAYNE, Herbert Andrew, educator, born in Londonderry, Nova Scotia, 16 August 1846" died in Pictou, 16 September 1886. He was principal of Pictou academy from 1865 till 1867, and from 1869 till 1873. Meanwhile he was graduated at Dalhousie College in 1869. He studied from 1873 till 1875 at the University in Leipsic, and at Heidelberg in 1875-'6, where he received the degree of doctor of philosophy. During 1876-'7 he studied at Berlin and Paris. On his return to Nova Scotia he became professor of mathematics at the Halifax high school, and at the same time professor of organic chemistry at Dalhousie College. In 1880 he was appointed professor of physics and chemistry in the Royal military College of Canada, in Kingston. He was appointed, in 1885, a member of the cartridge commission appointed by the Dominion government, and has performed much chemical work in connection with the investigations of that board. Dr. Bayne is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and other scientific so-clerics.
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