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*CITY OF NEW YORK, Nov. 16. ILLINOIS, Nov. 30. Rates of Passage in Currency: Saloon, $75 to $100. Round trip tickets on very favorable terms. Intermediate passage, $40. Steerage, $28. A Steamers marked with a STAR do not carry intermediate. Ten For other information, apply to
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AMERICAN CATHOLIC QUARTERLY REVIEW
From January to October, 1876, comprising 768 elegantly printed royal octavo pages, are NOW READY, and will be sent, post-paid, to any address in the United States and Canada, on receipt of price, $6.00.
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ANTI-Catholic PREJUDICE. By Right Rev. James O'Connor, D.D.,. ,
Nature and effects of prejudice, 5; Anti-Catholic prejudice, 6; Its unreasonableness,
TAE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SUPERNATURAL. By 0. A. Brownson, LL.D., 22
The nature and value of true philosophy, 22; The philosophy of the supernatural,
THE CLASSICAL EDUCATION OF TIE DAY. By Right Rev. T. A. Becker,
D.D., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 The object of the article, 33; The importance of classical studies, 34; Deficiencies of American graduates, 34; The causes for these deficiencies, 35; Incompetent teachers, 40; "Cheap and easy" roads to learning, 41, 42; Boat races and other college sports, 45; American professors, 48; Their ignorance and incompetence, 49; Patent defects in American Colleges, the remedy, 48-50.
THE JESUITS. By Very Rev. James A. Corcoran, D.D., . . . . . . 61
The prayer of St. Ignatius, 51; John Quincy Adams and the Inquisition (pote), 52;
THE BUGBEAR OF VATICANISM. By Rev. Edward McGlynn, D.D., . . 73
Old bugbears losing their power, 73; Catholic doctrines defended by Protestants, 74;
THE DIVINITY OF CHRIST. By Right Rev. P. N. Lynch, D.D.,. . . . 100
Vital importance of the subject, 101; Christ the soul of Christianity, 101; The early