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Biographical sketch of the Most Rev. John Hughes, D.D., Archbishop of New York

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Published by Office of the Metropolitan Records in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hughes, John, -- 1797-1864

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 16802
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination62 p.
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16833360M

    Out of the ownership of this building grew his claim to the right, into enter 75 acres of land belonging to the Fort Dearborn reservation. During this long period of twenty-three years he has also served seventeen years as police judge of the city of Telluride, and in both capacities he has given such general satisfaction that there has been no demand for a change in the personnel of the official. After graduating at time State University of Wisconsin, al Madison, he studied law at the Albany Law School, and was admitted to practice. He was the nominee of that party for Presidency inreceiving 81, votes. The crowning glory of Mr.

    He was appointed clerk of the council to King Edward the Sixth, who bestowed upon him, though a layman, a prebend in St. He founded a scholarship in Jesus College, Oxford, to be held by one who has been educated at Ruthin School, where he was the second who held the mastership after its foundation by Dean Goodman. His mother died in He was entered at Merton College, Oxford, whence he removed to Jesus College, where he graduated, and of which in time he became prebendary.

    After two years of study he went to Germany and spent one year at the Conservatory of Music, at Leipzig. The Rev. Thrale, member of parliament for Southwark, and after his death, she became the wife of Signor Piozzi, a Florentine. The Collegiate system is, as yet, only approximating to the same principle of strict and rigid impartiality; but it is to be hoped the higher educational institutions will, ere long, assimilate to those of the primary and secondary classes. Patrick, Dublin.


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Biographical sketch of the Most Rev. John Hughes, D.D., Archbishop of New York book

In consequence of the death of an elder brother, he was entered at the Middle Temple, and after being called to the bar, he attended various circuits before he obtained any practice, which caused him to despair of succeeding in his profession, and think of applying himself to divinity, and taking orders.

Henry Rowlands, D. Third—The bread. He was the second son of a gentleman of independent fortune, and was originally intended to be brought up as a solicitor, and he was under the instruction of an eminent lawyer at Nantwich.

Mathias, Annie M. His acknowledged taste in classical architecture obtained for him sufficient employment from court, and many of the nobility and gentry, so that he realized a handsome fortune.

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He came with his parents to Evanston in He was an ardent believer in drawing the line between the races and took an active part in redeeming the State from Republican rule and negro domination in political affairs during reconstruction days. He received his education at the free grammar schools of Oswestry and Bangor, and inhe was admitted a member of Jesus College, Oxford, where he obtained a scholarship, and afterwards a fellowship; he proceeded regularly through his degrees, and became rector of Llanvrothen, which he left in for the living of Trawsfynydd.

Not in the United States alone was his preeminence acknowledged and his lofty qualities appreciated — in every part of the Catholic world his name was a household word. His great desire was to obtain even the smallest preferment in any part of his native country, but he was disappointed and neglected; and in he resigned his curacy and went to London, where his countrymen had an intention of building a Welsh church, and to which he was to be appointed minister.

Res Dayton av, office 46 Davidson blk. He assisted in the organization of St. London: B. Christmas Evans was a Baptist evangelist in Wales.

He attended the public schools and St. James, J.The Complete Works of the Most Rev. John Hughes, sylvaindez.com by Lawrence Kehoe. New York: Kehoe, The Unquiet Life and Times of Archbishop John Hughes of New York. New York: Paulist Press, Shaw, Robert Gould. biographical sketch by Rev.

Thomas J. Campbell, S.J. Edited by Charles George Herbermann. New York: United States Author: Raymond A. Schroth. The Online Books Page SEARCH RESULTS. Letters to the Rt. Rev. John Hughes, Roman Catholic Bishop of New York, by Nicholas Murray (page images at MOA) (New York, The Catholic book exchange, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The catholic claims, a letter to the Lord Bishop of Cashel.

Author of numerous religious books and articles, many of which remain in print today, he has been described as The Archbishop of the Free Churches. The Rev F. B. Meyer (commonly styled F. B. Meyer), was part of the Higher Life movement and preached often at the Keswick Convention.

He was known as a crusader against immorality.

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John Wesley's Conflict with James Hervey and Its Effects in Scotland Article in Journal of Religious History 34(4) - · November with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'. FEEHAN, Patrick A., D.D., Archbishop of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Chicago, and Metropolitan of Illinois, was born at Tipperary, Ireland, inand educated at Maynooth College.

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