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Public meetings, season of 1886-87. Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelp...
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Public meetings, season of 1886-87. Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia. Volume II. Pages 383-385.
American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia.
11 January 2014
Philadelphia : American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia
Catholic Church --United States
Catholic Church --History
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E I J . . ‘ac’ "t:::7w<7; 21 V‘ PUBLIC III:I:'rIt<G;<. smsoxs on 1886-87-88. 383 PUBLIC MEETINGS. SEASON OF 1886-S7. To THE AMERICAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY or PIIII.ADI:I.I=IIIA : Your Committee on Public Meetings for the season of 1886457 reports having secured three papers during the season, which were read at ‘two meetings as follows: “Father Rasle and the Abenaquis Mission," by Rev. James J. Brie, S. J , on February 13, 1888 ; “ The Early Registers of the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania," by Mr. Philip S. I’. Conner, and “Rev. Louis Barth, a Pioneer Missionary in Pennsylvania, and an Ad- ministrator of the Diocese of Philadelphia," by Rev. Jules C. Foin, on May 5, 1887. For the Committee, C. CARROLL MEYER,‘ CXmz'rmmz. SESSION 61? 1337-58. To THE AMERICAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL Socxmv or PHILADELPHIA: Your Committee on Public Meetings respectfully report: That, during the past season they have held seven public meetings, at which as many papers upon subjects relating to matters of Catholic history were present- ed and read. Your Committee take this opportunity of thanking the authors of the several papers read as above, and also of those now in preparation, for the marked courtesy with which they have been treated by all whom they have approached for communications upon subjects relating to Catholicity in America. The following is a list of the papers read, with the names of the authors thereof, viz: TENTH PUBLIC MEETING-HELD SEPTEMBER 15, 1887. Celebration of the Centenary of the Constitution of the United States. 1. Oration by Hon. Michael Glennan of Virginia, who being unavoid- ably detained at home, the oration was delivered by the Very Rev. Ignatius Horstmann, D. D., Chancellor ofthe Diocese of Phila- dclphia. . 4, ,.7..C,,. cw , r4s.-r-es-es-a-kt. ..-- .. .. r............... ’ V .4 4. 1,: ..........n .............p,-..-...........,,....,..,. ‘,.‘,r;<-A r-x.". A-4:‘:-' ‘ ‘L .. - W‘ V V . % (. K l ! ‘iv-......w..., . 3 , “""'”'u'h-C-sam>.A....,-. ...,......... ..,. ., ‘ ......-.........o-.....-..a. ....’t.....- .r......,........-.. ..--A-V