[Guelph, Ont. : s.n., 1878? (Guelph, Ont.?] : Guelph Mercury Steam Press); 13 pages
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|Creator||McCaig, Donald, 1832-1905.|
Copies of certificates, testimonials, &c. obtained during a course of fourteen years' teaching : also, Literary notices on a work written in reply to John Stuart Mill on the subjection of women.
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 91790
|Published||[Guelph, Ont. : s.n., 1878? (Guelph, Ont.?] : Guelph Mercury Steam Press)|
FC 02 0203 no. 91790
Mill, John Stuart,1806-1873.
Teachers -- Ontario -- Biography.
Enseignants -- Ontario -- Biographies.
|Document source||Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the University of Guelph.|
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By Donald McCaig.
In the course of a long career as an educator, McCaig was principal of Berlin, Galt, and Ottawa public schools. He published a book of poetry, and in 1871 "A reply to J.S. Mill on the subjection of women", which in the words of one reviewer, exposed "the fallacies of Woman's Rights, from Mill down to Miss Walker". Laudatory notices on his book and his teaching include those of Goldwin Smith, Egerton Ryerson, Geo. Paxton Young and several prominent Americans.
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