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Excerpt from The Manitoba College Journal, 1899: Memorial Number
In 1863 a call to leave this rural parish came fro-m the congregation of Gould Street church, Toronto, now known as St. James' Square church. This congregation, first organized in 1853 as the Second Uni ted Presbyterian congregation, had in 1856, when everything in the city seemed ﬂourishing, built a church, and in doing so incurred considerable debt. The hard times which soon after set in, stopped the growth of the congregation, and when in 1861, the first pastor resigned his charge and returned to Scotland, its continued existence seemed doubtful. At this crisis in its history the late Rev. Dr. Burns came to the rescue, and for nearly two years took charge of it. Finding, however, that, at his ad.manitoba college journal.
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