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PEENCH— FEEPPEL.

435

m " party nominated Mr.

Fremont received 114

votes, Fillmore 8, and

L, receiving theremaining

> was elected. Soon after war broke out Fremont e a major-general, and

command of the western at, his head-quarters being uis. He issued a procla-

eeing the slaves in his

measure which the Presi- ight unwise at the time, nont was recalled, and command in Western Vir- 2re he was outgeneralled derate General Jackson, rwards Oeneral Pope was L command of all the ►rces in Northern Virginia, ont, who outranked him, his commission, and took T active part in the war. he Cleveland Convention i him for the Presidency, oon withdrew his name, quently devoted himself the promotion of a railroad across the conti- ding much time in Europe purpose. In connection enterprise he was charged idulent transactions in was tried while absent, Ity, and sentenced to fine sonment ; but he not being , the penalty could not be From 1878 to 1881 he mor of the territory of He is now practising law >rk.

IH, The Eight Eev. Vajupy, D.D., Bishop of >m about 1825, was edu- niversity College, Oxford, graduated B.A. as a first- slassics (1846), and was

> a Fellowship. He was of the Church Missionary School at Lahore, in the 1850-74; Vicar of St. eltenham, 1865-69 ; Vicar

1874-75 ; and Eector of Oxford, 1875-77. On the f the bishopric of Lahore

he was appointed by the crown to be firrt occupant of that see, and he was consecrated thereto in Westminster Abbey, Dec. 21, 1877.

FRENCH, ex-Empeess op the. {See Eugenie.)

FEEPPEL, The Eight Eev. Charles Emile, Bishop of Angers, was born at Obernai (Bas-Ehin), June 1, 1827, and after being ad- mitted to holy orders was appointed Professor of Sticred Eloquence in the theological faculty at Paris, where he soon became noted as a teacher, writer, and preacher. He was for some years an honorary canon of Notre Dame ; preached the Lent "conferences" in the chapel of the Tuileries in 18G2 ; was appointed Dean of the church of St. Genevieve in 18G7 ; and was summoned to Eome in Aug. 1809 to assist in making the preliminary arrangements for the Vatican Coun- cil. By an imperial decree dated Dec. 27 in that year he was ap- pointed Bishop of Angers, and he was preconised in the consistory of March 21 following, and consecrated at Eome, March 18, 1870. He was returned as Deputy for Brest, in the Legitimist interest, at the general election of Aug. 1881. Monseigneur Freppel, who is deco- rated with the Legion of Honour, has published — ** Les P^res Aposto- liques et leur fipoque," 1859 ; ** Les Apologistes Chretiens au deuxieme Si^cle," two series, 18G0 ; " Saint Irenee et Tfiloquence Chretienne dans la Gaule aux deux premiers Si^cles," 1861 ; *' Examen Critique de la 'Vie de Jesus' de M. Eenan," 1863, an admirable work, which has passed through numerous editions ; " Conferences sur la Divinitc de Jesus Christ," 1863; "L'Oraison Fun^bre du Cardinal Morlot, Arche- v^que de Paris," 1863; "Tertul- Uen," 2 vols., 1864 ; " Saint Cyprien et r^^glise d'Afrique au troisi^me Si^cle," 1865 ; " Clement d'Alexan- drie," 1865 ; " Examen Critique des 'Ap6tres' de M. Eenan," 1866; "Panegyrique de Jeanne d'Arc,

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