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Catholic patriotism. --In noticing Bishop Quinlan's address to the Emerald Guards, the Mobile Tribune says: The loyalty of the great Christian body of which the good Bishop in a representative, is too well and clearly manifested to permit any doubt as to the position which they occupy. The Roman Catholics of the South, both individually and through their seceeding , have been --perhaps we make truly any pre-condent — for their mad one devoted now in of the principles of dream, justice, allegiance to government and State rights — all embowed in the Southern cause