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. This section needs to be updated Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information (July 2012), Father Alexander Macdonell was a Scottish Catholic priest who formed his evicted clan into the Glengarry Fencibles regiment of which he served as chaplain He was the first Catholic chaplain in the British Army since the Reformation When the regiment was disbanded Rev Macdonell appealed to the government to grant its members a tract of land in Canada and in 1804 160,000 acres (650 km2) were provided in what is now Glengarry County Canada in 1815 he began his service as the first Roman Catholic Bishop at St Raphael's Church in the Highlands of Ontario in 1819 he was appointed Vicar Apostolic of Upper Canada which in 1826 was erected into a suffragan bishopric of the Archdiocese of Quebec in 1826 he was appointed to the legislative council Macdonell's role on the Legislative Council was one of the tensions with the Toronto congregation led by Father William O'Grady O'Grady like Macdonell had served as an army chaplain (to Connell James Baldwin's soldiers in Brazil) O'Grady followed Baldwin to Toronto Gore Township in 1828 From January 1829 he was pastor of St Paul's church in York Tensions between the Scottish and Irish came to a head when O'Grady was defrocked in part for his activities in the Reform movement He went on to edit a Reform newspaper in Toronto the Canadian Correspondent Ryerson and the Methodists.