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AIKINS, James Cox, Canadian senator, born in the Township of Toronto, 30 March 1823. He was educated at Victoria College, represented the county of Peel in the Canadian house of assembly from 1854 until 1861, was a member of the legislative council of Canada from 1862 until the union; became a member of the privy council 9 December 1869; was secretary of state of Canada from 1869 until the resignation of the Macdonald government, 5 November 1873" was appointed secretary of state a second time 19 October 1878, and was called to the senate in May 1867. Mr. Aikins is a liberal conservative.
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