|Description||" ... who breathed his last on Monday the 7th of November, 1881 at St Jarlaths in the 56th year of his episcopacy the 67th of his priesthood, and the 90th year of his age, John McHale, was born at the village oof Tubbernavine in the county of Mayo, in the 1791 [sic], he was consecrated on the 5th of June, 1825, to the coadjutor bishoppric [sic] of Killala, with the title of bishop of Maronia. For nine years his Lordship the most Rev Dr. McHale, discharged his high episcopal functions in Killala. In 1834 the most Rev Dr. Kelly dying in Rome, Dr. McHale, was translated to the archiepiscopal [sic] See of Tuam. He was the oldest ecclesiastic adviser in Ireland". First line reads: The dead bells are toiling, all over the earth. In two columns with an illustration above the title.