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INVALIDS

It is announced that the Bishop of Brentwood, Dr. A. Doubleday, is now making a good recovery from the operation he underwent about a month ago. He is able to get about and hopes shortly to be fully restored to health.

The Very Rev. Canon Walter Emery, rector of the large Birmingham parish of St. Patrick's, is recovering from a painful operation on the thyroid gland. He has worked in the same parish since 1906 and is a brother of Canon Leonard Emery, rector of Oscott College.

Mgr. Joseph Dean, President of St. Joseph's College, Upholiand, is seriously Ill and has been anointed. Mgr. Dean, who is 65, has 1-eon President of Upholland since 1926.




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