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MacEACHERN, Bernard Angus, Canadian R. C. bishop, born in Scotland about 1780; died in Charlottetown, Prince Edward island, in 1835. He was for a long time engaged on the mission of Prince Edward island, and was consecrated vicar apostolic of that province and New Brunswick, in Quebec, 17 June, 1821. The population of his diocese was large, and the number of priests inconsiderable, and to insure an increase in the latter he o made arrangements for having ecclesiastical students educated in the College of the propaganda, Rome, and in the Seminary of Quebec. After he had labored zealously for several years, his vicariate was erected into a titular bishopric, and the new see was placed in Charlottetown, the capital of Prince Edward Island, 11 August, 1829.
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