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Professor Sumichrast.

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A recent number of the Modern Language Notes has a biographical notice of Professor Sumichrast of this university. Professor Sumichrast began his career as a teacher in Scotland, and subsequently resided in London whence he came to Canada in 1870 to fill the chair of Modern Languages at King's College University, Nova Scotia. He has since been registrar of the University of Halifax, Governor of King's College University, and has held numerous other important positions. He has contributed largely to the periodical press and has written notes to works by Corneille, Racine, Ponsard, Dumas, Legouve, Sandean, Halevy, Peyrebrune, Enault, etc.

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