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QUINN, James Cochrane, Canadian clergyman, born near Belfast, Ireland, 27 May, 1845. He was educated at Queen's college and at the Presbyterian college, Belfast, and was ordained a minister in August, 1873. The same year he went to Newfoundland, and in 1874 to New Brunswick, and, after serving as a Presbyterian minister in that province and Nova Scotia, removed to Manitoba in 1885, and is now (1888) pastor of the Presbyterian church at Emerson in that province. He had charge of a station for the American ornithological society at Bathurst, New Brunswick, and afterward of one at Emerson, introduced the system of ensilage into the counties of Northumberland and Gloucester, New Brunswick, and has been interested in improving the stock of sheep and cattle. He has published " Plain Words to Anxious Inquirers" (Toronto, 1888); "Hand-Book on Poultry "; and tracts on temperance and other subjects.
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