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O'LEARY, Cornelius M., educator, born in Ireland about 1840. He was brought to the United States at an early age, and received his education in Montreal, Canada, at Fordham, New York, and in the University of Notre Dame du Lac, Indiana. He was graduated at the medical department of the University of the city of New York in 1864, became professor of logic and metaphysics, and lecturer on physiology in Manhattan college, and afterward filled the chair of Greek and Latin, besides lecturing on various scientific subjects, lib has written much on philosophical, economical, and scientific topics for the "' International Review," the "Catholic Quarterly," and other periodicals, lectured before Roman Catholic societies, and read many papers at the annual meetings of the New York state university convocation.
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