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is a Frenchman, as indicated by his name, and is distinguished for his high character and ability as a clergyman. He was about a year ago, appointed Bishop by the Pope, without the usual forms and ceremonies — a convention of Bishops, nomination, &c.--peculiar to the Church of Rome Rev. Mr. O'Neill has resided in Savannah, Ga., for many years. The Bishop and the two Priests took lodgings, on their arrival, at the Atlantic Hotel. The Bishop will, however, be the guest of Rev. Matthew O Keefe, the estimable and highly esteemed incumbent of Saint Mary's Church, of this city, and will probably officiate before leaving for Savannah, to which city he and his traveling companions are destined. Regular trips to Craney Island are now made by the handsome and commodious steamer Wm. Selden, well known in our waters. This is the boat, as will be recollected, that was seized about three months ago, on her arrival here with passengers from the North via Fort Monroe. The steamer Ar