Hunter, John Howard
JOHN HOWARD HUNTER: Canadian educator, b. in Bandon, Ireland, 22 December 1839. He was educated at Queens University, Ireland, and at Toronto University, Canada, where he received the degree of M.A. in 1861. He was appointed the rector at St. Catherine’s Collegiate Institute in 1871, principal of the Ontario Institute for the Blind in 1784, and inspector of insurance for Ontario in 1881. He has written much for magazines, and is the author of “Upper Canada College Questions” (Toronto, 1868), and “Manual Insurance Law” (1881).