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|Alexander McCaul.Irish-born Canadian educator, theologian, and the second president of the University of Toronto from 1848 to 1853. Brother of|
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- Love of God and of our neighbour: a sermon, preached in the cathedral church of St. James, Toronto, on Tuesday, March 17, 1840, before the societies of St. George, St. Patrick, & St. Andrew (Toronto, 1840).
- Emigration to a better country: a sermon, preached in the cathedral church of St. James, Toronto, on Saint Patrick’s day, 1842, before the societies of St. George, St. Patrick, & St. Andrew (Toronto, 1842)
- The University Question Considered (Toronto, 1845, under the pseudonym "a graduate")
- Letters on King’s College (Toronto, 1848, co-author with John Macara)
- Britanno-Roman inscriptions, with critical notes (Toronto and London, 1863)
- Christian epitaphs of the first six centuries (Toronto and London, 1869)