THE MOST REV. JOHN A. MAGUIRE, D.D., Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow, was born in the city of Glasgow, 8th September, 1851. He was educated successively at St. Mungo's Academy and St. Aloysius College, Glasgow, at Stonyhurst College, Glasgow University, and the Propaganda at Rome. He became an assistant priest in St. Andrew's Pro-Cathedral, Glasgow, in 1875, and Diocesan Secretary four years later. In 1883 he was made incumbent at Partick, he became a Canon in 1884, Vicar-General in 1885, Provost of the Chapter in 1893, and Auxiliary Bishop (titular of Trocmadae) in 1894. Finally in 1902, after the death of Archbishop Eyre, he was appointed to the Glasgow Archbishopric.

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