Cant, Alexander, Am

Cant, Alexander, A.M., a Scotch minister, graduated at King's College, Aberdeen, in 1636; was licensed to preach in 1639, admitted to the living of Banchory-Ternan before 1646; became a, member of the Commission of Assembly in 1648, and one of the commissioners for visiting the University of Aberdeen in 1649; joined the Protestors in 1651; was deprived on the establishment of episcopacy at the Restoration, and charged with "seditious carriage" in 1662, and died before 1681. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, iii, 521, 522.

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