George McKinnon Wrong (1860-1948) was a Canadian author and historian. His works include: Review of Historical Publication (with H. H. Langton) (22 Volumes, 1897-1919), The Earle of Elgin (1905) and A Canadian Manor and its Seigneur (1908). Sir John Stephen Willison (1856-1927) was a British author, journalist, imperialist, historian and editor. He was an editor for the Liberal Globe in Toronto from 1890 until 1902 and The Independent, then Conservative News from 1903 until 1917. Zebulon Aiton Lash (1846-1920) was a Canadian author, businessman and civil servant. In 1872 he was appointed lecturer at Osgoode Hall Law School. From 1876 until 1882 he was a chief clerk in the federal Department of Justice. Sir Robert Alexander Falconer (1867-1943) was a Canadian academic and bible scholar. He was ordained in 1892 but never held a clerical position. He also began to publish articles in learned journals. In 1907 he became president of the University of Toronto.