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- - - - 375 VI TABLE OF CONTENTS Docmi BN'TS— continued. Kussell is an allusion which he himself makes to it in a letter, which came to me from Lord O'Hagan. Our first Irish Catholic Chancellor wished to give £500, which Dr.

O'Doherty - - - - 480 Bocuments :— Baptism, The Abuste of Delaying - - ' - - - 82 Baptismal Font, Blessing of, by Chapter . on the Consecration of Man- kind to the Sacred Heart ----- 70 Faculties Granted to the Master -General of the Dominicans - 372 Faculties Given to Maynooth College to Confer Degrees iu Theology, Philosophy, and Canon Law - - - - - 564 Fast to be Observed before Ordination and Consecration of Churches ------- 78 Funeral of Canons ...---- 280 Heretics in Catholic Hospitals - - - - - 76 Index of Indulgences Granted to the Members of the Confraternity of the Holy Rosary ---..- 546 Indulgences Granted by a Bishop ----- 84 Leo XIII. and the Review ' Ephemerides Liturgicae ' - - 1^2 Marriages of Freemasons - - - - - - 81 Masses in Convent Chapels - - - - - 473 Matrimonial Consent, Renewal of - - - - - 182 Matrimonial Impediments - - - - - - 79 Occurrence of Feasts - - - - - - 279 Office, Dorbts Regarding Divine . Sophia at Constantinople ; he ought to have referred to a previous treatment of the subject in the Bevieiv, in April, 1865.^ The clue which enables me to claim this paper for Dr. 456-493 DR, RUSSELL, OF MAYNOOTH 29 down Lord O'Hagan's ' princely offer ' of a subscription to the Maynooth College Church, then a noble project, and now, after quarter of a century, a magnificent achievement.

O'Brien - - - 309 Church, The, in ' the Dark Ages.' By Rev. William Chambers, all the Catholic subjects, and many others in the Chambers' Encyclopedia 1 Julj, 1864, To L •xx.,'pp. Kussell's Edinburgh Beview as can now be identified was, at first, intended to be a mere footnote to our previous paper. We may end this catalogue raisonne by linking together the first and the last appearance of Dr.

In the same spirit (also a secret) I have written, by invitation from Mr. Eussell, — I intend to go back to Paris early next month, and will then try and get the information you want about the Library at Paris. If it would be inconvenient to you to wait until I get back to Paris, I will write to the Embassy at once; but I should probably manage the matter better if I were on the spot myself. But his correspondent would not wait, for His Lordship writes on the 9th : — ' I have written by this post to the Embassy at Paris to request that the information you wish for respecting the Library at Paris may be obtained and sent direct to you without delay.' This enumeration of as many of Dr.

The Edinburgh, which contained the De Kossi article, chanced to fall into my hands, and I noticed how skilfully the Catholic view of certain subjects involved was put forward. RUSSELL, OF MAYNOOTH 31 1614; and being, therefore, far out of the reach of the penny post in 1875.

He adds : * I am sorry I didn't think of sending you my article in The Edinburgh Beview on St. I wrote it very care- fully, and it would have been a good preparation for a visit to the spot.' In the same letter, the President tries to cut 1 Vol. Ten years earlier, on the 28th of May, 1864, the editor wrote to his Maynooth contributor : — I am quite ashamed of the length of time the printers have been engaged on your article ; but from the peculiarity of the inscriptions they found it very difficult to print.

In October, 1874, Lord O'Hagan was setting out on a trip to Constanti- nople, and his friend urged him to take the Danube route, as he himself had done a year or two before. Eussell, with difficulty, succeeded in reducing to £200.

The article is one of extraordinary learning and interest, and I am extremely indebted to you for it.

I hope, however, you have now received the proofs, and I shall be obliged to you to correct them with peculiar care, and return them to me as soon as you conveniently can.

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