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Aeneas McDonell Dawson (b. in Scotland, 30 July 1810; d. in Ottawa, Canada, 29 December 1894) was a Scottish-Canadian Roman Catholic priest and writer.
Aeneas studied at the seminary of Paris and was ordained a priest in 1835. Until 1840 he laboured on the mission of Dumfries, Scotland, and subsequently in Edinburgh. He was in Dunfermline in 1846.〔(New Mission )〕 Before emigrating to Canada in 1855, he had successive charge of the counties of Fife, Kinross, and Clackmannan.
On his arrival in Canada he was given the parish of St. Andrew's, Ottawa,〔(University of Ottawa (St. Joseph's College), 1840's )〕 and later became preacher at the cathedral. Dawson was a lecturer of repute and a frequent contributor to the provincial press.
He was the brother of two politicians William McDonell Dawson and Simon James Dawson.
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