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BREWER, Leith Richmond, P. E. bishop, born in Berkshire, Vermont, 29 January, 1839. He entered Hobart College, Geneva, New York, and was graduated with honors in 1863, and at the general theological seminary, New York, in 1866. He was ordained deacon in New York City, 1 July, 1866, and priest in Oswego, New York, 16 June, 1867. Mr. Brewer was rector of Grace church, Carthage, New York, for six years, when he became rector of Trinity church, Watertown, New York While in this place he was elected missionary bishop of Montana, and consecrated in Watertown, 8 December, 1880. In his triennial report made to the board of missions in 1883, Bishop Brewer gives an interesting and encouraging account of his missionary labors in Montana.
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