In Memory of the Right Rev. James Carmichael, D.D., D.C.L., Fourth Bishop of Montreal, Died September 21, 1908, Aged 73 Years, and of his Wife, Emma Dubourdieu, Died January 16, 1907, Aged 68 Years

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In Memory of the Right Rev. James Carmichael, D.D., D.C.L., Fourth Bishop of Montreal, Died September 21, 1908, Aged 73 Years, and of his Wife, Emma Dubourdieu, Died January 16, 1907, Aged 68 Years
Abstract
James Carmichael (1838-1908) was the fourth Anglican Bishop of Montreal, serving from 1906 to 1908. Educated at Bishop's University, in Montreal he served at St George’s Church before he was appointed Dean of Montreal in 1883. In 1906 he became Co-adjuter to the third Bishop of Montreal, William Bennett Bond, whom he eventually succeeded. His obituary in The Times described Carmichael as a "painstaking administrator rather than a brilliant leader".
Place
Montreal
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Gazette Printing Company
Date
1908
Language
en
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In Memory of the Right Rev. James Carmichael, D.D., D.C.L., Fourth Bishop of Montreal, Died September 21, 1908, Aged 73 Years, and of His Wife, Emma Dubourdieu, Died January 16, 1907, Aged 68 Years. Montreal: Gazette Printing Company, 1908.
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