Objections and Remonstrances Against the Dismemberment of the Ancient Parish of Montreal, and the Proposed Erection of the Parish of St. James and St. Patrick's Made at Meetings Held in September and November, 1866

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Objections and Remonstrances Against the Dismemberment of the Ancient Parish of Montreal, and the Proposed Erection of the Parish of St. James and St. Patrick's Made at Meetings Held in September and November, 1866
Abstract
Father Patrick Dowd (1813-1891), the pastor of Montreal's St. Patrick's Church, opposed Bishop Ignace Bourget's proposal to divide the fabrique of Notre-Dame, of which St. Patrick's was a part. Despite his opposition, Bourget had ten new parishes created within the boundaries of Notre-Dame, including St Patrick's.
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Montreal
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John Lovell
Date
1867
Language
en
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(Dowd, Patrick). Objections and Remonstrances Against the Dismemberment of the Ancient Parish of Montreal, and the Proposed Erection of the Parish of St. James and St. Patrick’s Made at Meetings Held in September and November, 1866. Montreal: John Lovell, 1867. https://ia700407.us.archive.org/22/items/cihm_23449/cihm_23449.pdf.
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