SLEVIN-- On Thursday, April 18, 1872, at nine o'clock A.M., James Slevin, aged 67 years. Friends and relatives of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the family residence, No. 7 West Thirty-fourth street, on Saturday, April 20, 1872, at a quarter to nine o'clock A.M., thence to St. Patrick's Cathedral, Mott street, where a solemn Pontifical mass of requiem will be celebrated at half-past nine o'clock A.M.

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New York (New York) Herald, April 20, 1872.

Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, No. 51 Chambers street, April 19, 1872.

At a special meeting of the Board of Trustees, held at the banking house this day, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted--

Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to again visit us and remove from our midst our late and much esteemed fellow member, Mr. James Slevin; and

Whereas, by this sudden and unexpected visitation of Divine Providence we are deprived of the services and wise counsel of our late associate, we deem it proper and just to give exporession to our feelings on the ocassion of this bereavement; therefore be it

Resolved, that this Board has heard with unfeigned sorrow of the death of our late associate and Vice President, Mr. James Slevin, who, but a few days ago, bid fair to continue for a long time his career of charity and usefulness.

Resolved, That in the death of Mr. James Slevin, this bank has lost one of its best and most faithful members, the poor a friend; indeed, the orphans a father. He was a man of sterling merit; in religion devoted, in commerce an example of honor, in society a gentleman, and in his family a kind, indulgent and devoted husband and father;

Resolved, That this Board will attend the funeral of our late fellow member in a body; that a copy of these resolutions be engrossed, signed by the officers of the bank and sent to the family of the deceased, and that they be entered in full on the minutes.

Edward Bayer, Secretary.
Henry L. Hoguet, President.

Irish Emigrant Society
No. 51 Chambers Street, April 19, 1872.

At a special meeting of the Society, held this day, the President announced the death of Mr. James Slevin, whereupon resolutions similar to the foregoing were adopted.

James Lynch, President.
Jeremiah J. Campion, Secretary.

New York (New York) Herald, April 20, 1872.