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Alexander Don (22 January 1857–2 November 1934) was a New Zealand Presbyterian minister, missionary and writer. He was born in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia on 22 January 1857. In his book, Under six flags, he attacked the parents of Wong Tape, who was baptised a Presbyterian, but who worked mostly with Baptists and Methodists.
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