Daniel William Cahill

From A Compendium of Irish Biography, 1878

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Cahill, Daniel William, D.D., a pulpit orator, and lecturer upon chemistry and astronomy, was born in the Queen's County, in 1796. After studying at Maynooth, he was ordained, and for a time was a professor in Carlow College. He is well remembered as a lecturer, was the author of many pamphlets, and for a time edited a newspaper in Dublin. Removing to the United States, he died in Boston, 27th October 1864, aged about 68.

Sources

37a. Biographical Dictionary—American Biography: Francis S. Drake. Boston, 1876.

78a. Christian Brothers' Handbook of Biography. Dublin. (Pamphlet.) See also No. 42a.

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