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MEMORIAL

OF

ANDREW J. SHIPMAN

II
His Life and Writings



EDITED BY

CONDE B. PALLEN, PH.D., LL.D.





NEW YORK

ENCYCLOPEDIA PRESS, INC,
23 EAST FORTY-FIRST STREET




Copyright, 79/6,
The Encyclopedia Press, Inc



THIS volume is for a testimonial of the high esteem and
admiration in which the late Andrew J. Shipman was held
by his friends, whose names are herein inscribed. It is also, in
a measure, the perpetuation of some of his many achievements
in numerous fields of activity, as well as an inadequate though
affectionate tribute to his virtues as a citizen and a church-
man, whose thought, whose word and whose deed were always
in perfect accord with the high ideal of life which he cherished
so ardently and exemplified so nobly throughout his career.



The editor wishes to express his thanks to the pub-
lishers of "The Catholic Encyclopedia" (Moscow, Glagolitic,
Iconostasis, Hungarian Catholics in America, Slavs in America,
Slavonic Language and Liturgy, Greek Catholics in America,
Rites in the United States, Raskolniks) ; "The Catholic World"
(Spain of To-Day, Recent Impressions of Spain] McClure's,
Archer and Ferrer); "America" (How Ferrer Was Tried,
Latest Tactics as to Spain, The Poles in the United States);
"The Columbiad" (A Vision of American Citizenship, Stretch-
ing the Constitution, The Catholic Part in Civic Progress,
Cardinal Raphael Merry del Val) ; "McClure's Magazine" (An
American Catholic's Review of the Ferrer Case); "The Mes-
senger" (Our Italian Greek Catholics) for permission to re-
print articles of Mr. Shipman's originally appearing in their
respective publications.



CONTENTS

PORTRAIT OF ANDREW JACKSON SHIPMAN . . Frontispiece

PAGE

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS vii

RESOLUTIONS xxi

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH xlv

SPAIN OF TO-DAY i

RECENT IMPRESSIONS OF SPAIN 17

AN AMERICAN CATHOLIC'S VIEW OF THE FERRER CASE ... 32

MCCLURE'S, ARCHER AND FERRER 47

THE LATEST TACTICS AS TO SPAIN 66

THE SITUATION IN PORTUGAL . 71

IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES 83

THE POLES IN THE UNITED STATES 101

OUR ITALIAN GREEK CATHOLICS 106

CATHOLICS OF THE EASTERN RITES IN THE UNITED STATES . . 121

Moscow . 136

GLAGOLITIC 148

ICONOSTASIS 151

HUNGARIAN CATHOLICS IN AMERICA 155

SLAVS IN AMERICA 162

SLAVONIC LANGUAGE AND LITURGY 182

GREEK CATHOLICS IN AMERICA 186

RITES IN THE UNITED STATES 213

RASKOLNIKS 240

Civic INTEGRITY 249

A VISION OF AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP 255

STRETCHING THE CONSTITUTION 263

THE CATHOLIC PART IN Civic PROGRESS 272

ROMAN CATHOLICISM 281

THE CHURCH AND ART 297

CARDINAL RAPHAEL MERRY DEL VAL 305

EDUCATION AND RELIGION 319

MANNERS MAKETH MAN 327

WOMEN IN SCIENCE 332

ADDRESS TO GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE OF NEW ROCHELLE, 1911 . 339

ADDRESS TO THE GRADUATES OF GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, 1911 . 348

THE PROPOSED CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION 355



SUBSCRIBERS TO
THE MEMORIAL TO ANDREW J. SHIPMAN

ADAMS, T. ALBEUS NEW YORK, N. Y.

ADIKES, JOHN JAMAICA, N. Y.

ADRIAN, J. M NEW YORK, N. Y.

AGAR, JOHN G NEW YORK, N. Y.

ALEXANDER, C. B NEW YORK, N. Y.

AMBERG, JOHN WARD CHICAGO, ILL.

AMY, L. H NEW YORK, N. Y.

ANDERTON, STEPHEN PHILBIN NEW YORK, N. Y.

ARKELL, MRS. LOUISANA GRIGSBY NEW YORK, N. Y.

ARNOLD, EDWARD A * NEW YORK, N. Y.

AUGUST, BRO. HENRY POCANTICO HILLS, N. Y.

AVERY, BRAINARD NEW YORK, N. Y.

BANCROFT, EDGAR A CHICAGO, ILL.

BARRETT, EDMUND E NEW YORK, N. Y.

BARRON, REV. JAMES, C.SS.R BROOKLYN, N. Y.

BELLER, WILLIAM F NEW YORK, N. Y.

BENNETT, WM. H BROOKLYN, N. Y.

BENZIGER BROTHERS NEW YORK, N. Y.

BENZIGER, Louis G MONTCLAIR, N. J.

BENZIGER, NICHOLAS C SUMMIT, N. J.

BERNARD, VERY REV. FATHER NEW YORK, N. Y.

BERRI, WILLIAM BROOKLYN, N. Y.

BISBEE COUNCIL K. C BISBEE, ARIZ.

BLAKE, EDWARD PERRY NEW YORK, N. Y.

BLANDFORD, JOSEPH H., JR BRANDYWINE, MD.

BLANDY, CHARLES NEW YORK, N. Y.

BLAZNIK, REV. ALOYSIUS LEO HAVERSTRAW, N. Y.

BODFISH, WILLIAM A ' PITTSBURGH, PA.

BRACKETT, EDGAR T SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.

BRANN, RT. REV. HENRY A., D.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

BRITT, T. Louis A NEW YORK, N. Y.

BRODERICK, DANIEL I CATONSVILLE, MD.

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BROPHY, W. H BISBEE, ARIZ.

BROZYS, REV. V. T MX. CARMEL, PA.

BURKE, MARTIN M SHENANDOAH, PA.

BURR, WILLIAM P NEW YORK, N. Y.

BUTLER, WILLIAM NEW YORK, N. Y.

BYRNE, JAMES NEW YORK, N. Y.

CAHILL, JOHN HENRY NEW YORK, N. Y.

CAHILL, SANTIAGO P NEW YORK, N. Y.

CALLAWAY, WM. T QUOGUE, N. Y.

CAMPBELL, FRANCIS P NEW BEDFORD, MASS.

CANEVIN, RT. REV. J. F. REGIS PITTSBURGH, PA.

CANNON, CHAS. M NEW YORK, N. Y.

CAROLAN, J. J NEW YORK, N. Y.

CARR, HENRY P PHILADELPHIA, PA.

CARTON, HAROLD JEROME NEW YORK, N. Y.

CARTON, JAMES D ASBURY PARK, N. J.

CASSIDY, JOHN H WATERBURY, Or.

CATHOLIC CLUB OF NEW YORK CITY NEW YORK, N. Y.

CHAMBERLAIN, MR. & MRS. ALBERT S HARTFORD, CT.

CHAPLINSKY, VERY REV. MGR. JOSEPH. .PERTH AMBOY, N. J.

CHIDWICK, RT. REV. JOHN P., D.D YONKERS, N. Y.

CLARE, WILLIAM F NEW YORK, N. Y.

CLEARWATER, JUDGE ALPHONSO T KINGSTON, N. Y.

CONATY, REV. BERNARD S PITTSFIELD, MASS.

CONBOY, MARTIN NEW YORK, N. Y.

CONDON, MARTIN J MEMPHIS, TENN.

CONNOLLY, VERY REV. MGR. J. N NEW YORK, N. Y.

CONRAD, RT. REV. FROWIN, O.S.B CONCEPTION, Mo.

COOKE, ABBOT S PITTSBURGH, PA.

COYLE, JOHN G., M.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY OMAHA, NEBR.

CRIMMINS, JOHN D NEW YORK, N. Y.

CRUIKSHANK, ALFRED B NEW YORK, N. Y.

CSOPEY, VERY REV. NICHOLAS WILKESBARRE, PA.

CUNNINGHAM, FRANCIS A MERCHANTVILLE, N. J.

CUNNION, FRANK P NEW YORK, N. Y.

CYBULSKI, REV. M Sioux CITY, IOWA

DALY, REV. JOHN A DORCHESTER, MASS.

DALY, JOSEPH F NEW YORK, N. Y.



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DALY, MICHAEL J BROOKLYN, N. Y.

DAVEY, REV. J. C., s.j PHILADELPHIA, PA.

DAVISON, CLARENCE S TARRYTOWN, N. Y.

DE COURCY, CHAS. A LAWRENCE, MASS.

DEITSCH, MARY M BROOKLYN, N. Y.

DE LACY, GEORGE C NEW YORK, N. Y.

DELAHANTY, DANIEL PELHAM, N. Y.

DELAHUNTY, JOHN NEW YORK, N. Y.

DELAN Y, REV. JOSEPH F NEW YORK, N. Y.

DES GARENNES, JEAN F. P FLUSHING, N. Y.

DEVINE, THOMAS J ROCHESTER, N. Y.

DEVOY, JOHN W BROOKLYN, N. Y.

DEYO, ISRAEL T BINGHAMTON, N. Y.

DIN AND, REV. JOSEPH, s.j WORCESTER, MASS.

DONLON, REV. A. J., s.j .WASHINGTON, D. C.

DONNELLY, JAMES F NEW YORK, N. Y.

DOOLEY, JOHN R NEW YORK, N. Y.

DOOLEY, MICHAEL F PROVIDENCE, R. I.

DOOLEY, WILLIAM J BOSTON, MASS.

DOUGLAS, WM. HARRIS NEW YORK, N. Y.

DOWHOVYCH, VERY REV. WALDIMIR YONKERS, N. Y.

DOWLING, RT. REV. AUSTIN DES MOINES, IOWA

DOWLING, VICTOR J NEW YORK, N. Y.

DOWNING, AUGUSTUS S ALBANY, N. Y.

DREIER, KATHERINE S NEW YORK, N. Y.

DRENNAN, VERY REV. M. A NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

DUFFY, CHARLES H NEW YORK, N. Y.

DUFFY, JOHN H NEW YORK, N. Y.

DUROSS, CHARLES E NEW YORK, N. Y.

EDWARDS, RT. REV. MGR. JOHN, V.G NEW YORK, N. Y.

EGLIN, GEO. A KALONA, IOWA

EVERS, VERY REV. L. J NEW YORK, N. Y.

FAOUR, DOMINICK J NEW YORK, N. Y.

FARGIS, JOSEPH H NEW YORK, N. Y.

FARLEY, His EMINENCE JOHN CARDINAL. .NEW YORK, N. Y.
FARRELL, VERY REV. HERBERT F., V.F..FAR ROCKAWAY, N. Y.

FARRELLY, RT. REV. JOHN P CLEVELAND, OHIO

FINEGAN, AUSTIN NEW YORK, N. Y.

FINEGAN, THOS. E ALBANY, N. Y.



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FITZPATRICK, JAMES PHILADELPHIA, PA.

FLANNELLY, REV. Jos. F NEW YORK, N. Y.

FOLEY, RT. REV. MGR. M. F BALTIMORE, MD.

FRANKLIN, JOSEPH LEHIGH, ALA.

FREY, A. R NEW YORK, N. Y.

FREY, JOSEPH NEW YORK, N. Y.

FUREY, JOHN BROOKLYN, N. Y.

FYANS, CORNELIUS J NEW YORK, N. Y.

GANNON, FRANK S NEW YORK, N. Y.

GANNON, FRANK S., JR NEW YORK, N. Y.

GARVER, JOHN A NEW YORK, N. Y.

GAUGHAN, REV. JAMES H MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.

GENNERT, HENRY G NEW YORK, N. Y

GEORGE, ABRAHAM NEW YORK, N. Y.

GERINGER, E. J CHICAGO, ILL.

GIBBS, MICHAEL P ST. JOHNS, NEWFOUNDLAND

GILLESPIE, GEORGE J NEW YORK, N. Y.

GLASS, RT. REV. JOSEPH S., D.D SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

GLOGOWSKI, VERY REV. GEORGE ERIE, PA.

GOSTOMSKI, REV. FRANCIS J., S.T.L WATERVLIET, N. Y.

GRADY, WALTER L BROOKLYN, N. Y.

GREGG, REV. THOMAS F NEW YORK, N. Y.

GRIFFIN, VERY REV. WM. E. F WINONA, MINN.

GROSSMAN, MOSES H NEW YORK, N. Y.

GUTHRIE, WILLIAM D NEW YORK, N. Y.

HAGGERTY, Louis C NEW YORK, N. Y.

HAIRE, ANDREW J NEW YORK, N. Y.

HALLORAN, Miss LIZZIE NASHVILLE, TENN.

HAMILTON, GEORGE E .WASHINGTON, D. C.

HANLEY, REV. JOSEPH, s. j BALTIMORE, MD.

HANSELMAN, VERY REV. JOSEPH F., s.j WOODSTOCK, MD.

HANULYA, VERY REV. JOSEPH PITTSBURGH, PA.

HARKINS, RT. REV. MATTHEW PROVIDENCE, R. I.

HARRIS, CHARLES N NEW YORK, N. Y.

HAYES, CADY LANESBORO, MINN.

HAYES, RT. REV. PATRICK J., D.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

HEALY, JAMES A NEW YORK, N. Y.

HEIDE, HENRY NEW YORK, N. Y.

HENDRICK, PETER A NEW YORK, N. Y.



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HERBERMANN, CHAS. G., PH.D., LL.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

HERDER, B ST. Louis, Mo.

HERRICK, JOHN F OTTUMWA, IOWA

HEUSER, REV. HERMAN J OVERBROOK, PA.

HICKEY, REV. DAVID J BROOKLYN, N. Y.

HICKEY, REV. JOHN F CINCINNATI, OHIO

HICKEY, REV. WM. D DAYTON, OHIO

HIMMEL, REV. JOSEPH, s.j So. NORWALK, CONN.

HINE, CHARLES DELANO VIENNA, VA.

HIRST, ANTHONY A PHILADELPHIA, PA.

HIRST LIBRARY AND READING ROOM WASHINGTON, D. C.

HOENNINGER, JOHN C NEW YORK, N. Y.

HORSEY, OUTERBRIDGE NEW YORK, N. Y.

HOTCHKISS, HOWARD P NEW HAVEN, CT.

HOWLETT, M. P PHILADELPHIA, PA.

HUME, NELSON NEW MILFORD, CT.

HURLEY, RT. REV. MGR. EDW. F LEXINGTON, MASS.

HYNES, THOMAS W BROOKLYN, N. Y.

IGNATIUS, MOTHER M NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y.

JACKSON, FREDERICK S NEW YORK, N. Y.

JENKS, JEREMIAH W NEW YORK, N. Y.

JOYCE, HENRY L NEW YORK, N. Y.

KEANE, MOST REV. JOHN J DUBUQUE, IOWA

KEANY, JOSEPH F BROOKLYN, N. Y.

KEARNEY, ROBT. S NEW YORK, N. Y.

KEATING, HENRY PHILADELPHIA, PA.

KEILTY, M. J GENEVA, N. Y.

KELLOGG, WALTER GUEST OGDENSBURG, N. Y.

KELLY, EDWARD JEREMIAH .E. ORANGE, N. J.

KENEDY, ARTHUR NEW YORK, N. Y.

KENT, MRS. PERCY NEW YORK, N. Y.

KERN AN, JOSEPH A NEW YORK, N. Y.

KERRIGAN, JOSEPH P CYNVVYD, PA.

KIERNAN, PATRICK '. MAYWOOD, N. J.

KING, PERCY J NEW YORK, N. Y.

KlSILOWSKY, REV. FlLEMON ANSONIA, CT.

KNAPPEK, REV. PAUL NEWARK, N. J.

KOBER, DR. GEORGE MARTIN WASHINGTON, D. C,



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KUBEK, REV. EMIL A MAHANOY CITY, PA.

Kuziv, REV. MICHAEL NORTHAMPTON, PA.

LANGAN, JNO. C BROOKLYN, N. Y.

LAVELLE, RT. REV. MGR. M. J .NEW YORK, N. Y.

LAWLER, JOSEPH A PHILADELPHIA, PA.

LAWYER, FLORENCE SHIPMAN YONKERS, N. Y.

LAWYER, MARION SHIPMAN YONKERS, N. Y.

LECKIE, A. E. L .WASHINGTON, B.C.

LEE, THOMAS ZANZLAUR PROVIDENCE, R. I.

LEIGO, KATHRYN McGucKiN PHILADELPHIA, PA.

LENNON, MAURICE F JOLIET, ILL.

LESLEY, EULALIA W HAVERFORD, PA.

LIBRARY OF ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT BRENTWOOD, N. Y.

LILLY, JOSEPH T BROOKLYN, N. Y.

LISICKY, REV. PAUL J LANSFORD, PA.

LISIECKI, FRANK F NEW YORK, N. Y.

LORD, CHESTER S BROOKLYN, N. Y.

Louis, MOTHER M BRENTWOOD, N. Y.

Low, SETH BEDFORD HILLS, N. Y.

LOYOLA COLLEGE LIBRARY BALTIMORE, MD.

LOYOLA SCHOOL NEW YORK, N. Y.

LYNCH, JOHN H NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCALENNEY, PAUL FRANCIS HARTFORD, Or.

McAvoY, THOMAS F NEW YORK, N. Y.

McCABE, REV. F. X., C.M CHICAGO, ILL.

MCCARTHY, FLORENCE J NEW YORK, N. Y.

McCuE, REV. EDWARD J NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCDEVITT, RT. REV. MGR. PHILIP R PHILADELPHIA, PA.

MACDONALD, A. A., M.D BOSTON, MASS.

McDoNOGH, M. F. . . : PHILADELPHIA, PA.

MCFARLAN, WALTER SARDO WASHINGTON, D. C.

MCGEAN, RT. REV. MGR. J. H NEW YORK, N. Y.

McGoLDRiCK, EDWARD J NEW YORK, N. Y.

McGoLRiCK, RT. REV. JAMES DULUTH, MINN.

McGuiRE, EDWARD J NEW YORK, N. Y.

McGuiRE, WM. J NEW YORK, N. Y.

McHuGH, JOSEPH P NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCINTYRE, REV. JAMES T NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCKECHNIE, W. G SPRINGFIELD, MASS.



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MCKENNA, RT. REV. MGR. EDW NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCKENNA, JAMES A NEW YORK, N. Y.

MACKENZIE, MRS. JANE NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCMAHON, REV. Jos. H., PH.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCMANUS, EDWARD F NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCNABOE, JAMES F NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCNABOE, PETER V NEW YORK, N. Y.

MCPARLAN, EDWARD C., M.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

McPARTLAND, JOHN E NEW HAVEN, Or.

McQuiLLEN, PAUL WM PASSAIC, N. J.

MAGRATH, PATRICK F BINGHAMTON, N. Y.

MALONEY, MARQUIS MARTIN PHILADELPHIA, PA.

MALVILLE, NEPTUNE J SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

MANDEVILLE, H. C ELMIRA, N. Y.

MANGAN, ELIZABETH BROOKLYN, N. Y.

MANLEY, CAPT. ALFRED LONDON, ONTARIO

MARKIIAM, FRANCIS J . NEW YORK, N. Y.

MARSHALL, Louis NEW YORK, N. Y.

MASON, JARVIS W NEW YORK, .N. Y.

MASTICK, SEABURY C NEW YORK, N. Y.

MENAHAN, P. J BROOKLYN, N. Y.

MESSMER, MOST REV. SEBASTIAN, D.D MILWAUKEE, Wis.

MOAKLEY, WILLIAM P NEW YORK, N. Y.

MOLLOY, JOSEPH A NEW YORK, N. Y.

MONAGHAN, HUGH I., LL.B PHILADELPHIA, PA.

MOONEY, EDMUND L NEW YORK, N. Y.

MOONEY, HENRY W NEW YORK, N. Y.

MOONEY, RT. REV. MGR. JOSEPH NEW YORK, N. Y.

MOONEY, WM. L HARTFORD, Or.

MOOT, ADELBERT ". BUFFALO, N. Y.

MORAN, JAMES, M.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

MOUNT SAINT VINCENT, COLLEGE OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

MULDOON, RT. REV. P. J ROCKFORD, ILL.

MULLEN, JOHN J WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS.

MULLIGAN, JAMES R NEWARK, N. J.

MURPHY, FRANCIS P NEW YORK, N. Y.

MURPHY, JOHN H NEW YORK, N. Y.

MURPHY, NORA YPSILANTI, MICH.

MURPHY, RT. REV. MGR. W. G NEW YORK, N. Y.

MURRAY, ARCHIBALD, M.D NEW YORK, N. Y.



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MURRAY, CHAS NEW YORK, N. Y.

MURRAY, THOMAS EDWARD NEW YORK, N. Y.

NEWMAN, JAMES J BROOKLYN, N. Y.

NOLAN, JAMES C ST. PAUL, MINN.

NOON AN, REV. HEBERT C., s.j MILWAUKEE, Wis.

NUSSA, RAFAEL LOPEZ, M.D PONCE, PORTO Rico

O'BRIEN, JOHN E NEW YORK, N. Y.

O'BRIEN, MICHAEL C., M.D NEW YORK, N. Y.

O'CONNOR, JOHN P ST. PAUL, MINN.

O'DONNELL, REV. RICHARD ALDERBROOK, N. Y.

O'DONOVAN, CHARLES BALTIMORE, MD.

O'DWYER, JOHN TOLEDO, OHIO

OHLIGSCHLAGER, JACOB B LOUISVILLE, KY.

O'KEEFE, JOHN PHILADELPHIA, PA.

O'NEILL, REV. JOHN J BROOKLYN, N. Y.

O'NEILL, WM. M. A., LL.B HIGHLAND FALLS, N. Y.

ORR, WILLIAM C NEW YORK, N. Y.

ORUN, REV. ZACHARY NANTICOKE, PA.

O'SHAUGHNESSY, E. J NEW YORK, N. Y.

PACE, REV. E. A WASHINGTON, D. C.

PAJKOWSKI, REV. Jos. S CHICAGO, ILL.

PALEN-KLAR, ADOLPHE J BROOKLYN, N. Y.

FALLEN, CONDE B NEW YORK, N. Y.

PAVLAK, REV. ALEXANDER BOSTON, MASS.

PAYNE, JOHN CARROLL ATLANTA, GA.

PELLETIER, J. C BOSTON, MASS.

PENDERGAST, J. LYNCH NEW YORK, N. Y.

PHELAN, REV. THOMAS P BREWSTER, N. Y.

PHILBIN, HON. EUGENE A NEW YORK, N.Y.

PHILIP, JOSEPH DUNDEE, SCOTLAND

PHILLIPS, SAMUEL K .BEACON, N. Y.

PITASS, REV. ALEX., PH.D., D.D BUFFALO, N. Y.

PLAZNIK, REV. JOHN JOLIET, ILL.

PONIATISHIN, REV. PETER NEWARK, N. J.

POWER, JOHN M HELENA, MONT.

PREISSER, REV. STEPHEN ANTHONY SYRACUSE, N. Y.

PRENDERGAST, WILLIAM A NEW YORK, N. Y

PROFFITT, REV. CHAS. C GARNERVILLE, N. Y.



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PRYSTAY, REV. ALEX SYRACUSE, N. Y.

PULLEYN, JOHN JOSEPH NEW YORK, N. Y.

QUINLAN, FRANCIS J NEW YORK, N. Y.

RACZYNSKI, REV. A CICERO, ILL.

RAINER, RT. REV. MGR. J., V.G ST. FRANCIS, Wis.

RAUH, JOSEPH A NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y.

REDEMPTORIST FATHERS, ST. WENCESLAUS' RECTORY,

BALTIMORE, MD.

REILEY, ROBERT J NEW YORK, N. Y.

REILLY, FREDERICK J NEW YORK, N. Y.

REILLY, RICHARD M LANCASTER, PA.

RELIGIOUS SACRED HEART OF MARY TARRYTOWN, N. Y.

RIDDER, HENRY NEW YORK, N. Y.

RIGGS, THOMAS L NEW LONDON, CT.

ROONEY, JOHN C NEW YORK, N. Y.

ROONEY, JOHN JEROME NEW YORK, N. Y.

ROWE, CHARLES T. B NEW YORK, N. Y.

RUDULPH, ZEBULON THOMAS BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

RUSSELL, CHAS. T NEW YORK, N. Y.

RUTH, ANNA FRANCES S. PASADENA, CAL.

RUTHENIAN GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST. GEORGE

NEW YORK, N. Y.

RYAN, JOHN D NEW YORK, N. Y.

RYDER, THOMAS J MEXICO, D. F.

ST. XAVIER COLLEGE ." CINCINNATI, OHIO

SALAMON, REV. JOHN D ELIZABETH, N. J.

SCHNEIDER, FRED M BROOKLYN, N. Y.

SCHREMBS, RT. REV. JOSEPH TOLEDO, OHIO

SCHWEBACH, RT. REV. JAS LA CROSSE, Wis.

SCOTT, JOSEPH Los. ANGELES, CAL.

SEITZ, CHARLES GOLDFIELD, NEV.

SLOANE, CAPT. CONSUELO ANDREW FORT BAYARD, N. M.

SHAHAN, RT. REV. THOS. J WASHINGTON, D. C.

SHALLOW, EDWARD B BROOKLYN, N. Y.

SHEAHAN, VERY REV. J. F POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y.

SHEEDY, DR. BRYAN D NEW YORK, N. Y.

SlIEPARD, MRS. FlNLEY J IRVINGTON, N. Y.

SHIELDS, GEORGE C MANSFIELD, MASS.



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SHIPMAN, CARROLL SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

SHIPMAN, MARY PRISCILLA WASHINGTON, D. C.

SHIPMAN, MAY P WASHINGTON, D. C.

SISTERS OF CHARITY. . .MT. ST. VINCENT-ON-HUDSON, N. Y.

SLOANE, CHAS. W SANDS POINT, N. Y.

SMITH, EDWARD N WATERTOWN, N. Y.

SMITH, FRANK W NEW YORK, N. Y.

SMITH, REV. JOSEPH F NEW YORK, N. Y.

SMITH, WALTER GEORGE PHILADELPHIA, PA.

SPALDING, HUGHES ATLANTA, GA.

SPENCER, NELSON S NEW YORK, N. Y.

SPILLANE, REV. EDWARD, s.j PHILADELPHIA, PA.

STELLE, PETER R NEW YORK, N, Y.

STERNIUK, REV. MYRON DETROIT, MICH.

STETSON, ELIZ. CARROLL SHIPMAN WASHINGTON, D. C

STEVENS, FRANK L NEW YORK, N. Y.

STOUGHTON, MR. AND MRS. C. R NEW YORK, N. Y.

STRENSKI, REV. EMIL F JAMAICA, N. Y.

SULLIVAN, F. W DULUTH, MINN.

SYNNOTT, RT. REV. MGR. JOHN HARTFORD, CT.

SZABO, REV. JOHN TORONTO, OHIO

TACK, THEODORE A PHILADELPHIA, PA.

TAINTOR, F. B NEW YORK, N. Y.

TENNANT, JOHN A NEW YORK, N. Y.

THOMPSON, MRS. CAMPAU .DETROIT, MICH.

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WOLFE, P. B CLINTON, IOWA

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WREN, PETER W BRIDGEPORT, Or.

WYNNE, REV. JOHN J., s.j NEW YORK, N. Y.

YAWMAN, PHILIP H ROCHESTER, N. Y.

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ZEEDICK, PETER IVAN, M.D PITTSBURGH, PA.



RESOLUTIONS ON

THE DEATH OF

ANDREW JACKSON SHIPMAN



RESOLUTIONS

ST. GEORGE'S RUTH EN IAN GREEK CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT

ASSOCIATION

At a meeting of the St. George Ruthenian Greek Catholic
Benevolent ^Association, held on November 6, at 28 East
Seventh Street, New York City, resolutions in memory of the
late ANDREW JACKSON SHIPMAN were unanimously
adopted. Mr. Shipman had been for four years the only
honorary member of the association a signal mark of friend-
ship and grateful esteem on the part of the Greek-Ruthenians
toward a benefactor whose services in behalf of the Catholics
of the Uniat churches in this country cannot be overestimated.

That the Greek Catholics feel keenly the loss they have
sustained in Mr. Shipman's death, and cherish gratefully
the memory of the brilliant services he performed for their
welfare and prosperity, the memorial eloquently sets forth.
Tribute is paid to the upright life and noble citizenship of the
deceased, which are pronounced an inspiration to his fellows.

The tribute closed with an expression of sincere sympathy
and condolence with Mr. Shipman's sorrowing family, and
bears the following signatures : The Rev. N. Pidhorecki, presi-
dent; B. Hociak, O. Sawicki, M. Sterka, Petro Palega, N.
Wisciak.



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xxii RESOLUTIONS



MOHANSIC STATE HOSPITAL

We, the Board of Managers of the Mohansic State Hos-
pital, in annual meeting assembled, to record how highly we
valued the life: how deeply we deplore the death of our
honored and beloved president, do resolve:

WHEREAS, from the inception of this Board

ANDREW JACKSON SHIPMAN

has been its president and although this was but one of the
many disinterested public burdens that he assumed, he de-
voted without stint his time, his great talents and his wide
learning to its affairs.

Unattended by the acclaim of the multitude he served!

The recipient of no personal reward from the vast interests
for which he labored, he spent with generous prodigality in
the public service a large measure of the life allotted to him.
He was a man upon whom the state leaned and he became
a pillar of her strength, and

WHEREAS, his kindly, courteous and noble character has
endeared him to us and to all with whom he was associated.

RESOLVED, that in his death, which occurred on October
1 7th, 1915, his country and his state lost a model citizen, a
generous patriot and we and all his associates a loved and
honored friend. To his immediate family in their immeasur-
able loss, we can but tender our deepest sympathy.

RESOLVED, that this resolution be spread upon our minutes
and a copy sent to his family.

A. OUTRAM SHERMAN,

Secretary.

HELEN GOULD SHEPARD MARY FLEXNER

JOHN J. CRENNAN SEABURY C. MASTICK

WILIAM D. GRANGER



RESOLUTIONS xxiii

GEORGETOWN ALUMNI SOCIETY OF NEW YORK

By the death of
MR. ANDREW J. SHIPMAN

the
GEORGETOWN ALUMNI SOCIETY

of New York City

has lost one of its most distinguished and zealous members.
His ever ready service, his generous co-operation in every-
thing that promoted the welfare of his Alma Mater and the
Alumni Society, his warm friendship for his fellow-alumni,
and his generous assistance whenever the occasion offered,
not only endeared him to all, but made him a shining example
of devotion which few can emulate but none excel.

His generous nature led him to give his time and talents
without stint to every worthy cause.

The distinguished position which he won by solid merit in
his profession, his notable public and civic services which
he gave freely and with largess in more than one direction, his
sturdy and uncompromising love of truth and justice as a
Publicist, the great work which he accomplished out of the
fullness of his charity for the Catholics of the Uniat Churches
in the United States, make a unique and distinguished record
which is a source of just pride and gratification to his fellow-
alumni.

While his loss in death is the cause of deep grief, his
illustrious example in life is a source of great consolation.

To his afflicted family the

NEW YORK ALUMNI SOCIETY

extends its profoundest sympathy.

J. LYNCH PRENDERGAST,

President.
JAMES S. McDoNOGH,

Secretary.



xxiv RESOLUTIONS

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA PRESS, INC.

At a meeting of the
Board of Directors

of the

ENCYCLOPEDIA PRESS, INC.

held November, 1915, the following resolution was upon
motion unanimously adopted.

In the death of

MR. ANDREW J. SHIPMAN

a Director of the Encyclopedia Press, Inc., this Company
suffers a loss which can be no more estimated than the grief
of his fellow-Directors can be expressed in words.

Not only is this Company deprived of his most valuable
and generous services, but many other important interests,
both civil and ecclesiastical, suffer likewise.

The readiness, ability and wisdom with which he pro-
moted the enterprise of publishing "The Catholic Encyclopedia"
are entitled to the unceasing gratitude, not only of those with
whom he co-operated in the production of the work, but of
all who in any way derived benefit from its use. His name
should be inseparably connected with this enterprise.

The Directors of this Company and the Editors of "The
Catholic Encyclopedia" express their deepest sympathy with
Mr. Shipman's Widow and Family.

CONDE B. FALLEN,

President.
W. C. J. MAGEE,

Secretary.
JOHN J. WYNNE
ARTHUR KENEDY
THOMAS F. WOODLOCK
EUGENE A. PHILBIN
JOHN D. CRIMMINS
CHAS W. SLOANE
THOMAS J. SHAHAN
EDWARD A. PACE



RESOLUTIONS xxv

XAVIER ALUMNI SOCIETY
Cor unum et anima una

At a Regular Meeting of the

Council of the
XAVIER ALUMNI SODALITY
of the City of New York

held on the 28th day of November, 1915, the following
resolution offered by

JOHN B. DOYLE
was unanimously adopted:
WHEREAS,

ANDREW JACKSON SHIPMAN
has passed away, and

WHEREAS, during the years of his life's work he was con-
stant in his devotion to the

XAVIER ALUMNI SODALITY
as Sodalist, as President and in its Council, and

WHEREAS, his passing is a loss not only to the Sodality but,
in its deepest significance, to the Church and to the State, for
in him was realized the noblest ideal of a Christian gentle-
man. With a personality of rare simplicity he combined the
choicest gifts of mind and heart; his remarkable talents and
attainments he used ungrudgingly for the benefit of others
and to make our Faith better understood; he pursued the
Law as a vocation of honor and of cherished traditions; he
served the State purely, turning from praise or emolument;



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