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Religious. --Yesterday was a pretty fair day, and the several churches were well attended. The Second Presbyterian Church was filled to repletion by persons desirous of hearing Rev. H. J. Van Dyke, of Brooklyn, N. Y.--At St. Peter's (Catholic) Cathedral, High Mass was celebrated, the capacious building being crammed. Reverend Father Andrew preached an able and instructive discourse.--At the Universalist Church, Mayo street, the pulpit was supplied, in the absence of the pastor, by Rev. J. T. Goodrich, of New York, whose sermon was listened to with deep attention.
The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Marrying Cousins. (search)
Burning of the schooner Sarah Ann--the storm-- Railroad travel, &c. Boston March 22. --The schr. Sarah Ann, of Rockland, Me., loaded with lime, struck on the Isle of Shoals on the morning of the 18th inst., took fire, and was destroyed. Milliken, master, and one of the crew were drowned; the rest of those on board were saved. The snow storm which commenced raging at noon yesterday still continues. About a foot of snow has fallen. Railroad travel in all directions is interrupted. Gov. Andrew has postponed the execution of Alex. Desmartean from the 29th of March to the 26th of April. He was convicted of rape and murder, and sentenced to be hung at Springfield.