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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

. mainly devote to thin SCath.. " 'tolio Cho . -. T. o r. -,t.l of which is one h b '-'Irr *dolarL , in Avethouea~ 81 . f w a n arou t wtc toboe ,,e, of our Dioh ei ae ow mntih+ý tV ..r..monr or on DI ocet "9O. "W BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEE THAT BRING GLADTIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" -eenwae .144 Ca AT .. ..tWe1. I;0,OCTOBE 0, . NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MIORNING, OCTOBER 30. 1870.~Ba' 39 Star and Catholic Messenger. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1810. . HOLIC DEMONSTRATION. The astOst Agalst Se Invtaion of Papal t. ates by the Italian Ary. In accordance with resolutions adopted at a meeting of Catholics of the Arch-Diocese of New Orleans, held at the Arehepisecopal resi deloa, on Tuesday, October'11, 1870, recom mending and designating Sundd, October 23, 480,as the apl, 4 day upon which should _ held conouxt and simnltaneous public metling in the ofe of New Orleans, met In design ated seir various church parilsh for t]ie pcaking a solemn and aigunifed protest l the un warranted and unjus...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

t v|" g RESA, OB f. w. Roma, ! i saber 28. -Roipe has fallen ut last I the bands of V r 'mamanueL' rbio-Kinof Italy will ahiy And to-his e~atlMt the sevlationary party whom he , hith.rt used for his own purpose Ihas o~er eeo s in view than the aggradise . . Ay. :egowned head, and that the i .Ie.ich' bLi has employed to overturn e pay for a while will be strong emoi to upset his own throne for ever. '~Eft9s will naturally-be r pause, a breath  pi , hlu but Bed'Repnlicanas will never b .ii tent to substitute one monarchy foe i~the: to set up Victor Emmanuel in the -. cs of the Holy Father, although they m,-latter the former with delusive hopes is the aret moment of exaltation. It is ;ddeed sarpriling that the King of J hoemld allow himself to be hoodwinked i, au-ch a transparent manner, and never haa taq old saying, "Quam Dens perdere M4i .4sdders Iat" beenim&re applicable than anthe case of the (falsely so-called) Re -lalanteomo. Such is the firmeQnviction of thinking men he...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

tbheilrt Raw.Chas Cage w:w in a seventy- (fort aa.ila was for many and adumi istrator of ' adiog thse lensthy .4 a Arehblahop in t er leeabpvlrate eturnesd frohem .obpielin May last, in Cent _ -ets; dh -bs" nearsly ever _A t ia d him to. his room... The late shopwashe.Cure of-Que ar sing in tlcboera of 1883 and . is anU g attentions ith~s, his efbrts to ea- rope -;the -parish of St. Johaubrb, his bl -kg of the Boa Pasteur and other d and his constants affability, he dm eard himself to all hias-ock, by whom, adj well as by all who had occasion to know geil truly- excellent disposition, his death s be greatly lamented.=-Queboc Mercury, aDIcatfin of a Chureh at Hudson City- and tG o by Bishop Bayley-Sermon by o BReiU .-Another of those structures a Swill attest to coming generations the and yed by Catholics in worshiping use rte God, was -dedicated in Hudson at a aty~:o O ober 16, by Right Rev. J. R. ape, "a ey. But a few shlort-months ago the the erls-er  of the edifie _a was_ ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

L.A.L. W06itreand4ate for Mayor,has been vear able and efolent friend of the parochial sb-hl eastm ot our ity. Mr. WiltS's-iendsl R, - ilsa0 tha.t his persistent oppoitiona itshe 140 ag a edJefeated the very obnoxious clause -fi timsehool bill, by which Mr. Conway was to b vested with inquisitorial power over all .  hoolse in the.State. all the fbends of a Jai A.ool system ought to watoh the course *4 public men and t reward themfor any good aetai of this kind. Mr. Wilts is aoceptable so as having his skirts entirely eeoppositi of any, esmplication with the odions political perseca bteon of former d ays. He is but twers oeve n yeara of age. Tim Newas Pin th s.--Bev. Fathe friend ganisation of the newly-constit ed parish r . f t. Francia, in the Fou rt to watrict. The ourse aitbly of taen reward them fo assisting good - havin his efforts some ofnthi~ ladies, in their seal, hba rranged for a fair to com- I on onf formerth of Noems but twenterpro. It his. been in the factory buildin...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

t ~ a p athy os Catholia edhditlon, hly Catho in the detri eIon of niow .that a pof-iil a rengegg. Here, for SJh~ly Austria sad 98ain SCatholic countries, with noble isievbry direetion testifying to arity sd learning of succes es, with every thing appa favlor, the Catholio religion 8d tate religion of the asZt majority of all classes tt ached to the Church-yet is presented to us t One these -three great Catholic ,-vejllowed themselves to fall. s a small minority of an bad men, who by sheer udence and iniquitous reed themselves to the shod over everything ay of their schemes of ~ tese, outraging every of common decency, Sat the foundation of and tending to under iaýf thepeople, and that party, or what t r and religion, 6o their side, in the iaeglorious cause, but icL ha' t! aolo, in what ought to and wi wouid bei-I properly worked, o e majo'ity. How is it, that voce is heard protest S.aistl fol deeds The ex - 'the aulversal political iPath~y. 'uplneaesso Catholics. Upon Mn .the Lo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

bymi toh 4he bun. .Thusa ,4. eand uei in .ie teki Jo ,,her sons with rof their 4 h bey y.o to em rtake ar au They will ave ..l their heee s are in wiheathem to td-speed I1 s ave a splendid record they say refer with pride war fl over -yaNofte. ao toi theFreach Prefect of thera of for F aeign t "'be ltbeirg r ewh ih, are in 4 wishethem TGhd-speld they ayreferwith prideCom Sof 60th militr division at honrg, . If neesary, ;commuiaoate i stance to that general officer." ndent, writing the th Irisdee from ounen on the above subjecte says: "It is a fact that a very useful and dable for is expected to be formaton ofa formed of risathmen sympathising with France. lan e the 21st of September the neucelu of si ~'evorpsIhas exipted at Cherbourg, ahd a ew l ays ago delegates from Ireland waited on the Prefect here to offer him the aeric.gIof some .hundreds of your coun tryhien, and he has given theal evofery en Soiragement, anwd set them to Cherbourg, where they haoe joined the 16th Mbjeci...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

tavelingelreus., is pot ap Odd Foellow. an's exolamat*n--Abom. Ifresa are 'always the bn. plabed in a foundation beeoem lation-when it is u tof  csrutj lonsoles for the m who" m*arries everything before bar is that whaioch often opens but S.A crowbar. portion of the body are the best 1:e: The twso-srists. Snot follow, that the moon has a ist ias'our quarters. thqgh A V"7 good material, very ~7~ elorl-wheher on the knob of the human he ., Sesuitis a bleasing undisguised For ' instance, when a man i=lta "'borrow trouble.'! hat did you clear by that tlation !" " Clear!" answered 3""wbhy'l cleared my pockets.". p'si,aew .increase the size of your aj * an account of the money a, and adil It up at the be ever ad poor, he may be `t'onpate, but he need never be ..ailes, so long as he makes at fo ouat that slight changes 'ch ies. "Dinner for nothing" fan, but you qan't say as much eg for dinner." muaio. publisher has issued a en , ".Fatter will settle the bill." g lasd practice it at hom...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 October 1870

The; ollowingeer, from a do Cathbo s goed viest, tPsare4 in a late nuomber of 0the 69 St 'i ames. Its matter and its diction to wi a8e so pronouneed on the side. of truth, It t that one's astonishment is excited at the with a ', s,iiibnting the communication : In 1 Sir-As yol did-ine the honor to quote ruler, Q a m letter of mine about Italy ,and the . gga . oph, you will, perhaps, allowin. to make runti a frtoerremarkon the subject... You take blow S4.tUtbd that which we Catholics who in the .th P and the bishops of the. The o 'Mtlly of the Pope coming to terms with of the e'spoilers of his temporal dominion. He andti , nauot come to terms with them, becane- ice w bels even less free in this regard than progr would be a merely temporal mnonaroh. hed . hoI s h his temporal • sovereignty by fh in trust, and its material property there- whic t ee, in trust; and at his election ie took could the moit solemn oathto defend the posses- had aion of teat property, if need be, with his Adri...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

Art" n boE..sengd.orinst -. TXS Moi* adadtteod wan a1e - asil1-.evote4 o h Cathol. Ohproh. - theNa ppmaena o th . .. O, mAwl. To preven AtllatW, Sbased on jotat took taZ of which is ena tiofat the dlas, Dar aama ; " r=. dollars esob u s e a t $ I s on a .. . at atewe.aH t0 he {wU~ BA !e Wee.A aW approle of teWe aurode f t 1sent weovr wa oo "'taking, and oommntai it to tieC.s e a eento toe J . o ob New YA a: . ael inobtasertio. DesasP U . IN Cas a leta street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL. ARE THE FEET OF THEE THAT BRING CAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" imae--e3rganseruatm, Ia a -NlEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING NOVFMBER 13, 1870. ETIBEI'4.. itar and Catholic Messenger. SSUrnDA, NOVEMBER 13, 1870. Ilowing lsantiful lines, written by SF r,. harl a melancholy interest at 'ps soimea ea Rome is in posses S-Spoilr." They were written  qpe's exile at Gaeta. The last Ip th fourth stansza alludes to his prepa then making, for his definition of th8e to Conception.-Ede. Morning Star. . PHILIP'S HbME. Mother Mar...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

we. Sfin d. las K a'b bove gsna teasnb, ho i fot that r e is sap s posed to be wr~ tp. in "Lothair," aad the sealeQCt `hVe `ras instrumental in tha. a4 i rat the Martquis of Bute, has assumed ausual importance in the minds, ef Protessaits. The writer.is a lady, sad w6.ar sorry to see .that in some parts of : a ~atitlefa ihe has permittd her pea to beiay most unfeminine, notto asy lippanti seatiments. Buatitl . redeeming traits. W'e subjoin a few paragraphs: One pleasant summer's day of the year 16-'99,I was" sitting ln the Queei's Galo ery of the House of Commnons lI I ondon. I lfttle thought, as I sat looklnr at Dis raeli, thfe some months later1 should know one of tberomineat chAiracters in his novel of Lot ' The failing health of a dear relative rendered a speedy light necessary from London and-Paris to Pan, where roses bad and bloom in the een air all winter long; and it was there that I met Moesilgsr Capel. Wheat refned, "beatiful face he had I Of English birth, he too had beeq...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

M s en uer b.y trb. Preal;h a., rwi l-Ug t of Nott b DamPe, Sixth s~ivee·LP ia d/f l during the month ofoae brt ganntae, Sister Itaphema, of 8mito Clara Consveot. "..ro ui DetrNta.-rThe w 1.14 by Bishop Borgess on Sunday, : ..$. Theohurchis oint tted he f a Orlea~s street, and when wilnbe one of the attest buildings t e service of God in the West. Q 4 the 284 nlt., Bight Bev. M. - 9Iedi, diO.seted St.Joseph'new church, ' b I- theSn Wednesday, 26th ult., 3ho l~ea Bishop Wood; Philadelphia, in !t' Cat hedral Chapel, conferred the sacred eso anbd Oreasoship apon Mr. John ttJames Ward. At the aslte Maes, Bev. rl- -eW. Morressy was ratised to the escred of odeacon. On Friday, 28th nlt., i gYf 855. Simon sad Jude, the Rigbt Rei:. Baisop Conferred the sacred dignity of the .priesthood upon Rev. James W. Morriasy. On Sanday, 28 alt., the Right ]e . Bishop administered the Sacrament of Confirmation to about two hundred per one, in St. Paul's Church, Reading. I D- ka of Aotler Veartable P...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

aay " 1 1 ss a h . " 7iý ý. " ýP a- £fs gS!ms.. r.1 9.-a.5 -lt.me.t. of aNagU7, Woew. .-We are glad to ndte the to tm r of two of our most estimable etisten;'' ies. .PittUwilliam, Esq., ands BHgh Mo ts y, Esq., who have both been at the Sb  o er some time. Both gentlemen ; t a.pparently, been greatly improved a health and strength by tbeilrtrip, and -eoe baek with renewed vigor for the isilness season which, in New Orleans, so a eavily taxes one's powers, mental and ian refelence to the recent actidan of the tCatholics of our lty, the Baltimore Cathso Zi'e irror says: ArLL HONO TO ,Nuw ORLaANs.-We pub Slish in another column the protest of the SCatholics of New Orleans and the editorial - -commeats of our respected contemporary, , •the WPmam Sran. We congratulate the Catholips of New iielhssm upon their prompt and decisive cwtion in this matter. Their noble pro .stee will be-thesrat from acrots the Aitan. tt;eSt will bring tears of emotion in the .. qp-of the sainted captive at R...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

~dn ~hinthbee prsching B ý cwtjfy population is shown by mon·Bwils an dr s rsid to*00OOfn i au natlopi sirs are ostracised in 55iIandaer leavy penalties. eV imat fiiinis rs one half of all th sl jneise in thued in the world. The trouble. in China Instead of being at an e, do not seem to have fairly begun. eA tse months' old osalf, that gives a phn~of milk daily, is onmexhibition in Illi ne is. It is caluenlated thattight-lacing saves tllsconry8 $2,000,000 in board alone every year. By a law recently passed by the Ver mont Legislature, drankards are to be fined aty dollars. Some ef the best umbrellas in the mar et are manufactured pom the wool or hair of the uaisco. Four wropes d4an male attire were dis eovered asidog' the imprisoned Turcos at atedalrst an Bgl&ad asked an old woman if itsbead aill the time. "No, sir," said she, semetines smows." Te. Windcrnathi Conoereial styles the I the eeelver of good things." Jude Wsigita, of Iowa, though seventy m years old, has never see...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

.+. a M is. iP,. ".ap rzst, t+.no. L b ednce eat1 Grab.-A young kd(Pso · t 8remitout Hof his pond to mice a little au a meadow and jam whete i i _iwg r e inthe world. A fox ro hpLplt'_slo' ng at the mo  d ·thecih as he crept slowly after having wished him good .m- , ~dd--d , In a mocking tone, Wbte.are yeou going so slowly? When dAo.u,_ hope to get to the other side of the t}1 st1n seems to me that you gp bak WUlladtead of forward.1 Now, tsiu was a e~f roqung crab, who bad heard how Ak*_kii.are, and bhe thought there could .bqo-harm in playing this 6ne a trick, so ble answered politely: "I am only a crab, it true, nad I cannot walk so gracefully -you, iMr. Pox, but I can run much Mr. Fox sneered, " indeed I" " Well," said the crab, " as you appear to doubt my speed, suppose we iun a race for wa er Have you any objectionst" "othing would gaive me greater pleas use," replied'the fox- " shall we ran from ierne to Bale, or Pom Bremen to Bra beat". '! Oh, no, that would take up too m...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

.. . . -tga stop ton so 0 eme by` ald ea, btd yur bhead. s inor ton astop to 'ehi  te esarth like ur tshoughtsol black-bout you, lt them by slwetasbe in your head. hat. is' thathe ehildna ma mayn have ofit. . Every gu Yaiabet the Prussian anthed I •  "ihe world.n That. utouts h Nusneh aaMidsi has a breech. Ought they not I hav e never rirof beeches dered They sa thbe wind mahes thehiours.eys moWellq, whaonder, the iascal, hebis al ao, clodaul himself, " lt me; ave men botell t me who drinku t ad three or foCaesar, "for it only'd brothers, 't' Smatry, wresonablen tre none onabe. Why ma Why the eardidnth like a shool black-poor Sould aord the ehildre. men l- b SWete anee who hasun worn the d ise of his per "The brill it hof r career haspoken equalleof yo" said a to os'pphid nd, a man. !ho thoroughly le msnfuod -the world. " That astonishes di rev~ was t replty , and I have neve rendered met ie only howbeen exclledan youby thleep sof at The lun as ben up thee two houman-se rs." th...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 November 1870

..,,m .-..me. . s  am t roaa,. ý • 'Tu r bc , day w atul s rb i a great I dee. to say, int -t $tPaul, itisagreat of the two conn- 1 h *dad-ance, whose steular tly become tepid in a the our country, have now I soe amaother in a warm embrace 1 ,, , and foretells an alliance of I between these two peoples. . e- .(Sassenacb) has for threecenta- 4 ire trampled on the neck of the The same Saxon these last three .mpths treads the soil of France, which is --l- Celtic I . The batred .*blh he nsplrbs pi with explains the feelingwhich natural 'the sh etertain against their oppres. r. enry VIII. and Cromwell are called i"s~ rday Wiltlinam and Bismarck. It is in * lthe beroet, disress that the -bonds of Atends Beisome tightened and indissoluble. $mave isebnmen who have come as friends and b sthel s toware for ear wounded on the " .I[,f. tt e, be' blesi6di. The visit you iiti:-a s I any, w..ith'the lemblem of the .-. -yL ee cross as your banner, will be k.'- .toon vosith the liberating swo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 November 1870

r ha CahoaMeslae +, . ,. • , . ýN C . . 1" 7 . , , " M . , ,ý ^ ', - _. c . . , . : o .   , ÷ ..y ý +. ~ y, i f ,a ý . :. -,{ ,  d , " . '. , ' ' r #'E- g"'1ngSt arand catho {l µi HSI ' W"D T B .. . t _ llaDe oedes oesaabusos.ya oaoaeei S.Jr., hie, eswre ,atiess meo aand r with the appoval of th N.. l11 (~ ~ee 8 idee s eaauthyrity of $e Ioeee, it a.mitkto' want,. ,.w um i mainly deveted to tee i ODio Catholi Cheeh. TMa,& To proeveal all faYlnre anft 1. Te ; 0. , ow . T. .u-. the ermanenc of the n ha wry x.,, .. Pamma V. ---s sda WC M flmu. ;...e.on Jo.t Ato o s, the f m e to '~en of whlph io one ha8 Y DeI -r. eldee o a rs ee annom, _ , doflora each. • " " ,  Ill, 1Trey seea ents 4464 0q 0 ft $5 S to a inerted at the rate of {i 6o ae a v of eg i g hatinng a sqgare. Each suhseeqent A~sd~0 itBe ~~bp sL~fe a~dtc inserted at Intervals to be W luileaftlea Oo.-o. 124 Carondeet street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEEt OF THE THAT BRIG GLAD TIDIGS OF GOOD THIlGSI" VOLUME Ialt o ea.W O...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 November 1870

pathr ?aleon *.st e wIE flpe. isn' 0 bokens < abe y$. Patiher (Ja , O. Bl, who trea k for many yea was eiheiicted With the two t Bedemptorlst Cabureh Intallh ity, dmlivered ad a semes of thrsi lectired lI Limerk, on. , al.e temporal pow of . the Pope, before ofprep one of the .est eR wded asAmblies that e aes ever been see atthe charghels of that ubmit Scity. We.sSgoin the conaluding partionf: ad let The eihteanth contury came, dad wit fore th it rstiaalism in Its very worst and moalt Irst Le PII -formr; the floodgates of iniquity liy. , p toob there was-nothing too gro, menusa too lstte, too laktoo wteitoo l-l._nons, his ,trI for the of the infidel oepipap rf obartel t ehe ew stem, which saw its advocates hundrn d dissem tors in the Voltait the Di- the t "4wouts, the d' mberts, the encedests ,Deela .of the revolution regisse 'Which 4ey es- the gl tablished. Altars w overthrownL crowns in the were spoliated and ki ed in the gust ; in and b t the streets of Paris, the orst e...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 November 1870

1rh Sfot rNovembe h4 as is flun o sii~dest  or Yth J Catholi read.eT. The Malto igvep b1Y the Gin ' the t translatle from the Ve gat litat made by eserati menmbors o w the t }, ul iers tiees d Oxfor .and Cambridge as , wed sembled as Dooiis, among whom Dr. Glreg~ ei ojr+ r ýati@ l r. wm. A innl, aerwider n D. C ai-dhtl , wereprominnat-afotrds hi 4 on sn important ntect. that The ? nd ii ntiew tomoet eadirs, whether2 1c .CMlsl ad oPrott l r o, ' isnto -i-- -- ··r -iLrtln (say the i i ri one of sate te oginal ebolars of St. John's ,College, SQsd where his learldea was.long remem- and ared, . man of m a. of extraordinary stl .odesty and moaiination," "the Hebraist, of I thebGrecan, the pbet, the honor and glory "f of St, Joia's C where for thirteen the years e and Edond Campian had been spiv the closest dmost 'inseparable friends, Gregory Martin, man singularly fitted for ann the , t once set to work to translate .i n the Bible from the Vulgateinto English for ism _. moseaiethe Catho...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 November 1870

S...... ov.a e-81. ii of 9 sd . sla_, .... i.I.Sl-1r " • O h . Sao sefeosor. t SMRonIxNo STR.-As- will be seen by an advprtsaement" elserhere inserted, the an- I m-si electoed of itle three lay directors of t :hi paper will twde place'on Mlonday, the I 12th of December proximo. -It will be held id the building occupied by the MoaNINo 1 -STAR, Ii the Davidseon Row, Catonflelet ]' street, at 7 o'clock, P. M. and itlis much to I be desired that there should .be a general I attendance of stockholders. FAIR FOR Cunaca OF ST. FRANCIS.- I Our readers will. rememberthat 'Rev. Fa ther Simon's fair; for the benefit of his new church, commences t)is evening. It takes place in the large 'factory building on Third street between Baronne and Dryades. Even a short visit and a limited patronage would be better than none and would be of assistance in the, difficult 'undertaking of estahlishing a new church. We have no -doubt that visitors to the fair wiltYnot re gret their evening as thrown away by ...

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