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REV. D. DONNAN, minister, Cochranton, is a native of Princetown, Schenectady County, N.Y., and received his preparatory training in Schenectady Lyceum or Academy. He entered the freshman class of Union College, Schenectady, and graduated during the last years of the presidency of Dr. Eliphalet Nott, in 1845. He studied theology in the Theological Hall at Cannonsburg, Washington Co., Penn., now the United Presbyterian Theological Seminary, at Xenia, Ohio. He was settled for some years as pastor of the United Presbyterian Congregation of Newark, N.J., and while there was married, in 1855, to Miss E.K., daughter of David and Catharine Williamson, of Xenia, Ohio. He left Newark and came to Cochranton December, 1865, and was installed early in April, 1866, pastor of the congregations of Cochranton and Power, under the care of Lake Presbytery of the United Presbyterian Church of North America.