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Brother Azarias (Patrick Francis Mullany) (1847–1893)

Azarias, Brother (Patrick Francis Mullany). An Irish-American priest, educator, and literary critic; born in Killemain, Ireland, June 29, 1847; emigrated to the United States in childhood; died at Plattsburg, NY, Aug. 20, 1893. He joined the order of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. He became in 1866 professor of mathematics and English literature at Rock Hill College, Ellicott City, MD, and its president (1878–1889). His printed works are: ‘The Development of English Literature: Old English Period’; ‘Philosophy of Literature’; ‘Psychological Aspects of Education’; ‘Address on Thinking’; ‘Aristotle and the Christian Church’; ‘Culture of the Spiritual Sense’; ‘Phases of Thought and Criticism.’