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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 11 June 1871

g-atafd tO~bU tU MomrlagStarandCatholte M . y . W TA ow E. e s te . a w t , ox w, it the ameopo thaee.....• Re. N. J. the of .... Mrt!' _T I nd t o , Joel T. Gauoxs, Apetger ssh '' 4 rd &ia Jous McChrraur, *. agecve eo the Mee ahees e J Som r EsnD son, t"+g ,mý,o -o to te Oiet . . .. o,, oad ew¢ ,,or o • y a +'-', w. to be '.rX t dto Oted tO.b, f J Y., Olntb ,jrJ I.-eMoto~i th .iu ~Wi "Th p"nr o ,Df the ·od kttP as Jm.iai. Aoaousow oidptuws Omuan * a e "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THElE THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" !seaý-Isseasuerasa, sa OLI. ib NKW ORLEANS.b . SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 11, 1871. - , NUM VOLUME I. " KW ORLE&ANS, SUNYDAY MOI, INGP. JUIPE 11, 1871." -., NUMBBER1, ring tr and Cthololc messenger. Nsw ORLZULA. SUDAT. JvUs 4 ten. - ib M, May 13.-The Holy Father is in n bh good health and good spirits. He has ,, fen a number of audiences during the a, Iek, and the Vatican still seems the only gi at in the Eternal City where one can Bathe quietly. Yester...

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. — 11 June 1871

M urnmlg tar '1ti latouc Mstl lSgerP , 8aW tmmaNa SUnLT. iU* 4, ,Na, aer the >mUlais sear easthtdie Msemin. TEE FLAG OF OUR COUNTRY. nar Aaaslm f rCi'. What seils at ob mmvd soat ehal The se.aterias ies at his eematry eme more. Eserild with tie gler sa ame"ssais 1t old, Unahrled-so the lueens e a ibenaw bsre I 'hogh hr ham that had f his adred sad mires, wuha holds the dear earth whio his saest a sath • drew, .ne sight d that lama f a lead fsea The patriot'. lvela his be amew. she heat that tir me haw bseemed possoless and eadl, Onee more all the warmth the pas"sis foles .ad doiwathe ealm ehsak whihk so f stlng had told, .e teyar h the paslest asamay ste s I l" abe t is thMatbeasm of Mary be ads - Tbe samedarU arsad-whieb aO Irishmen stand, And eeesused tie4f dovsie whisk b.dse Thaen etss senal thass 5bdrlsr natvesind. Sb ibe aeld thespree mouss. oaf ami Whleh amuds as hm s th e s the lowliest hear, -.ooirelag with ehapiset of story the am Of the Irs Soldsr a n over th ear...

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. — 11 June 1871

oerning Star and 'Catolic iMessengerr Iwkealsam at V.J1eais. Tus.,TOU.aI sa .NALAGs. In 1864, ,Oshelbae die Mediosl began its don, A predlction, bidding her beware t.St..Germath and the Tdilerles, nased r o abandol 'tbe 'w*ak*' and leave 1it for en IV.toextend 'andembefllij. He i 1s1 tIV I0rk wr ihb joins te Louvre she al ;.:~a4 t`ie works, suspended hisdeath, ,Weare carried on and tesl ted by Louis XIll., who fixed hisireti e there. "uis. XIV. havia Ordered van snd D'Orby to harmonioe iwhWb, attio was added~to the central bu1diings d oth6r inmpOrtant improveluept t`se. The exterior of the tjalab6 was graad d imposing. The extreme length of the gade was 883 yards, itsbreadi 86 yards. wing to the di reno rteriods at which it as built, its arMhltoetau was not ualfoirm. that wealth amd taste could accomplish emplojed' under successive monarchs, embelIfh 1t 'interior. ,Themperor's ,rate apditments were gorgeously decor . The tbtfre co-ldl aoommodate 800 a and wa used as a supper roo...

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. — 11 June 1871

rwnmuanr syar . sate oU ngemr. s e m h e n se..................................... a - l .--- ......: .~« I ... .. ............ ................ ..... o N os Ma.th.............. . IN r . i S ...........s ;dv-rs-as, 1 S per sm ssh is. eva oe em ss.sa allowU. e m as Mabe _Odratmasr, m s, wittlest mass at. Wssa.g ircull srst u iir -ai . mtate a me. seu 2s o..n. .u 11--Se. "em . de, A " i&NL WoDA?.t Joh U 4. 15ts n. TsWma l ....Jaa 1 I-Sm. Au Kdsfu usae r - W.iassiaj..Jeao 14.-as a t OresZ blhep aid miss ...Junao 15--S. t us.l ass i sad Ores laimav.....Tuas J 5-Re Boars id Jesus. elay.. Jo 1" -t AVits. Prisot and Cssfas.ee. r. F. J. McGovern, No. 20 Dauphine street, obllle,-ii our agent, and will, henceforth, re ii' siubseriptions and attend to all business connected with the 8mT in that" city. , Any of our Mobile friends desiring a copyof the STAI, can procure it of Mr. W. F. James, 8oathern Literary News Depot, 39 North Royal street. Cors Traowx.-Oa -Thursday, the 8th of June, f...

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. — 11 June 1871

$ $Ign btu strui4 Cath.Iiiý Mepo . CE"' asw OML.AtS svUrlA. JY a 4. Le. To, Ous 8vassaZES.-Thke of our sabseribers, eiher in the elty or country, who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to make their eemplaints direct to us. A note through the post oimee, or a complaint made at this ofce will receive immediate attention. Caru at smlees ' oam'eetr isd **r*b.%mdaseelm d e heart. Sthe ribrnain Bsaeve a nmt aWmeA1A8o A I H I tamfoes th tr un.i.m Mkd. m .d s tatia to mn. oto L death of mLy ambad, was a mber the abvey ~aaeoieu. Cas mavred great them every bhasing Sr thaelr te.tI alto me *w and ep~s amr JORANNA CLIFORD., Wir of Danil Cltrd. Ner Oreas:, Jone 10.4 111. Jen it JA o BUILDER, 184 Delord Street, near Tivoli Circle. MOa dec wall Pomp drd. nalThe 4( Ln f v oi.a r . a and Ot Ordoe let at ebo. o or 't M "oa Exchan ge th 10 Uie t.prmptiy attended to. mh9 7I y h DESIRING -T-- All ema REDUOE THE BULK rm a -OS orn IMMENSE STOCK Before the lst of July, we will eoer &...

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. — 11 June 1871

M em la, mud tsttshc s MesM rSer. *wU ,**ta3w, raY. usma 4s, tert. aesst ,.em t,. ee u.. lpa NaUse, 's th esness il, is ths rIle[r emms - Sir, before the p~a of thibill I wish, with the permiss on of eilo bee, to -make a few remarks upon the character of the measure and upon 0tho.4at4 ,of thungs in Ireland. 1 do not, howove,14Mteoad q .vote upon this bill, nor, nddd it Wu Iz Other mesuare wblac this palllass may think proper to ask In respect to tbe government of my. country.- It is, sir, I on tend, the inalienable right e tothe Ik people to be a free people; ,a,. --free to. be bound only by laMs mande b the Queen and a free parliament of the kingdom (ebeers from the" Irish oemberi.) it is tree that in 1800 the .Eglish parliament u srped the power of maddki , its law and for the last seventy yars e Mjety Irish nobstsl yildig to a superior force have aubmi'- to ats.urpation and have been rled by the will of her I sjee y's s English iubjecs Bat the Irish nation has never consented...

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. — 11 June 1871

erning Star and- saths.IC Messng er. sew ,IMLtMJ *. SUIDAY. JUNfXl Bi.5 _ The way to wedlock-Adolre. a The line of beanty--triloline. b A welcome robber, The man who takes our t The greatest sitmeg ever known et with E grater. . The flrstbook printed i cas was issued I in a opnvenot n Mexio. E Thb6 only man not spo ed by being "lion- it iedn--The prophet D ile d "Pray, madam, y did you name your old t hen Macduff?' ' cause, sir, I want her to lay on." b A coquet is a rose from which every lover fg plucka -the thorns are left for her futureg nusba . d pines is a perfume that onecanuot shed g o r another without a few drops pefalling on ne's self.N A Wisconsin postmaster has written Washington for "'Com eternal revenu st3e saying ne bat "sevrel cola for them.o" " A Perajan 'philosopher says, " W has as tureyiven Us two ears and bnthnue tongue? In order that we may repeat but one-half of what we hear." A gentleman who has lived for many years in sight of the ocesan, sase is an nd~onm...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 11 June 1871

Moats a,_o lt, 1801. s the seteru of Mornaing t ar .r Hero we are, with the bright sunshine ofl a summer's morning shblint own: on us, andevyerything s bright a abA.oU fs; buLs it seems too bright, snad wl sigh Tr the C eason just past, lovely spring. Alas, it is a ever no, ever assing awa sand never eo- i turning; saught reabdlib4thememory, c and even *at little , 9 djma as the j months roll on end aq~Jeets present t themselves to our view..Aý ijknow how t deep so iaterest you ab 'Ithat re- a laes to our Obreh, I ou I p send yon c an ecount-of how we spe tae month of _ May in our little oity, and, if it bei hot as e perfect as it should be, you muesttake "the d rill for the deedas"We try to do the best t we can. Every eventiig. at six o'tde e t bad'fenedietion of the Blessed, acsrament, a preceded by a lecture b" our noble" poet . priest, Father Ryan, from whor e lips such u instructions have been eo,,asth a many t ears must roll on' ere :tey flde frim our p hearts. Words of m...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 18 June 1871

MorningStar andCathollo M ssenger M orningStar adCatho loWeuueagel rUn5aE- wUSK . oTan Moue Sian has been stant* faran orsme Oa. Purbluem OcmpMeuad with the approval of the ecolgast.. ,w. 1s4 Caeedi aur. aae P s esd authority of the Dioe, to supply admitted want in New Or1emn, 'and I Smainly devoted to the inteests tof .he Catholie Churc. hDhe)tmeo % oglapar To pnvwentmat illu%, ana to ARsutS Most Rev. Archbishop N. J. c the pemmn of the ne S.hion .. ,t baed on ajoint took company, th eag6n Very Rev. G. rent. of whioh i ne hundred theuisan Bev. J. MovmmNt, .dolas in ,fnaetho m sharesettwtp Rev. TI. J. Es3, e omps eae.o rBev. JoNE EflxxIo x. Mr. Jo0H T. Gmneoxs, ,Ao~enlqf sstead a ssntr)pe Mr. JoNE Mcuarnr, We apgpove of the samosid unlp Mr. JomV NDURBneox, takingd sa eommneeA it to the Othbel of arDioesss. Aln omuamtleansme to be awesed to the Y, J AazmmS o . om.w Orunas. aga-- o---N-o. 4 onaeostoeet, "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEN THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 18 June 1871

M mning Star and Gatholic Messenger. f Iaw OxlNatwS. 5KlIAI. JUxeE 15. aLt. "THE TWO VILLAGES." B Over the iver, m the IMll, Ifeh a ~age white an stl, u m and is the /feSes tes of Shiver sad whisper la the brase i Over it s8eig shadewse h Of seoarin hawk and sesm ntd mrew, An4 memataa g eass, low and sweet, Grow in the middle a every setreet. Over the ivstr,.dr the ill, h Aetbe r village Beth still, here aees in the cloady night vi Twinklintg tas at household lght, hi sMs that sleam from the lemit 'e doe . . Mists tht earl oa the rver shoe, to Atd in the rod as grass ow, il r the wheels that a to and e. to m Sthat village oa the hill Neverl eaond of smithy a mil. tm The hoeusm are thatched with grass and Sowre P. Never a ¶ toto on the borsi The marble dooram al sa ys shut, Yoa cannot enter in hall or hut A the villagers lie asleep, Never a grain to apw or reap, a mever in dreams to mourn or sigh, ti .ilent ean gle sand low they lie. U In at village Uder the bill, Whoa the night I s...

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. — 18 June 1871

morning Star and Catholic Messenger. raW ORLwANS. SUIIDh, JCUN 18. 1571. N DELtVEaED AT TaU rIaST COMMENaCEME OPI ST. MARY's COLLzGE, NiDEr TaE DIRaCTION or TaS CHRISTIAN ROTEERRES, AT THE NA TnorA. TamATrm, JUmE NINTH, 1871. o By T, Ie. O'ullivsn, A. B. . A sad, yet pleasing, task is that which I am 0 about to perform F To bid a long and last a tdies to professor who have endeared them- t selves to their students by urbanity of de- p1 meanor, mildness, yet frmness, in disolpline. a fidelity and promptitude in anstruction; to tender a farewell to eompsnions assoolated Is most intimately with us by reciprocal partici pations in joy and sorrow, is at at all times a a mournful task. Btt. br 1yMlwiththis in- ol tense lugubrity is blended much pleasure in le usessing the honor to express the sentiments a by whioh my fellow-graduates and I ar s a- to tuated. Extend my game towards what point'I will, pI I perceive Joy inexplicable depioted on every Ip countenance. Theterest of friends is...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 18 June 1871

xu ing Star and Catholic essenger.Du PUUZ US VUMT SUNDAYm emYw ar.........- /- ----.............-. .. .a ... 1 tlesm  ............. -..... ............ Bt 1 wo ~...................... so cilds eem................. rs s eo .an a................. ,u g Thd - hisr ................... is UI 1r0 1ll. m................. 0M his .Thr w.._.... .....s leg 1 0 40 like wfrasies Advertiements. 01 so per ag.a sset L isano tweyT.Ave per ent diemt allowed ma the above aic um tee at stove rates. wthOatdiaoet. swift S Death ,d Marage NotceS.i each Inseritati Want e-Md Proei Jrrm tlatn Ldvertimeat. Just t eet so - entL a line. _a lies * tw OLANS. SUNDAY, JUNES 18. l67. OIQALdEW 01 THB WIEE. conqi unday ......Juane 1-Sent Marcus and Marelluans tory, Ma.....u Juno 1-St. Jula lcaiomied, Virgin. OWe ,eeday ...June 0-St. Silera Pristadund Martyr. th s Ju3ne 9-St Pao Bshop of Pi gar._....June -Nft of S. John the Bptist. Ba To Oux Susonscarn s. -Those of our thei subscribers, either in the city or c...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 18 June 1871

NernIng Star and Catholic Messenger. XiD EW oR SUaAY. J5 Z IS. 171. ., TWEI HALL 6 HIB BENEVOLENT AND - Mutual Aid A ssOi Hao. No6. -At Begula lien3on.bM l Meeting at the abo Br ollo Pontificate prea ble ndse rsolatIuswre umanimoulya dopt" Wheraee. It ,lo pleasd to remove from our mdat our well .bolods athr AbAR y r, late a•mOmbe in 3g00d standing of the Hibernian Aso tieons th.refo, be itl Reolved, That in his death we have sustained an irreparb loss. the A .ssoiin at is Te o member, society an earnest and honest OitsBen, ad family an a eotionte husband anodL the rNspeet y r Resolved, That we, sympathsing in the ofios tin ol to mest at h hi family. do m etsinrely offer our ondoIenl ont Jmchson Squ dark hour, and oommend them to Him who hoel th inat. been the proteotor of the widow and father of t Th llo c- Reoeption CG Re.olve, That these resolutionu be ploed on the 1. ackss minute of the Branch, and thb eretary be ordered to es. transmit a oopy toreof to tbe a amy of our decae...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 18 June 1871

Mor'aneg, otar ano bathouc mAessonger. raw usLaaRs. SUrDAT. UJI 1s, rsn. JWBhL IA D M2E I!ZU.W A good fit for an actor-A benoet. A pitched battle-A fight between two tars. Dr. Burke says the brain will bold 8,000, 000,000 thoughts. Men with Roman noses are seldom cow - ards. That is in asceodanuce with the old adage, I'A Boman know no danger." A mass of 160,000 cubie yards of the hardest kind of gnels, all under water, is being tunneled out of HBell Gate, New York. A copy of the first edition of Burn's poems, published in Kilmarnock, 1786, brought £17 at an auectiouan Glasgow the ether day. 560,000,000 boxes of wooden lucifer matches and 50,000,000 boxes of wax taper lights are made in a year in great Britain. The wholesale pries of them is 2;d. per dozen boxes. A shower of loeats fell in a poultry yard near Laurel Hill, Miss., which the chickens imme4iately commenced eating. In a few minutes two hundred chickens lay dead on the ground. In Wiaeonsin the pigeons are destroying the e...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 18 June 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. 0rs OesLoar. , s rUnAY. JuE us. 1at. Fortune-Tellers-Bank clerks. de Where there's a wheel there's generally as a way. Of what trade are bees 9-They are ul comb-makers. " Impressionsiof Greece"-Candle drop- * pings on the carpet. el Never put off till to-morrow what you a did the week before last. What causes a cold, cures a cold, and h fees the doctor A drast. P Is the man who believes in shpper g necessarily sup(p)ertitions of To discover our own chief defeets we pi have but to ask ourselves what we blame gi most in others. A very benevolent lady has taken the o notion into her head of knitting a pair of hose for a fire-engine. The reason why the' French have had b, such hard lines is because they couldn't b keep their rulers straight. " Good morning, Smith, you look sleepy." p ", yes " replied Smith, "I was up all night." "Up f where I" "Up stairs in bed." p Was the Roman matron, whose sons were *ewels, a pearl 9" "No, my child; the ' Graohi w...

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. — 18 June 1871

ANNOS .ETRL B Roemed Into viserby the Faith To Thaairds SLo Peter'. cai f·or siy Toni Tre a4hobbg heart of Chrs hm Thrills with a asina pals. today I hai! Thsgh near two theasd years h passed and Sine Poeter won the martyr's crown. tho stere persecoutin sad stern bate ma From agIe to iage re handed down. inv The Pentift nowes Peter's throne bas pown so muh of Poeter's care the We watch to see the palm-twlrie wreath of Q lacrnmaoa glory shiningla there I Ord "oamPPsoa sea videbit f" aip era~he words, of every Pentiepoken- Let ant sever yet this entence stterns sp Bas had its mouranfl meaning broken, Rao 2sept for Him, wheotands today you The eeasral form on steteoy' page, with Jght gtivng to a worlA most bind. arms Pescobirathing on a bloodistaed age r who lera gu~ilg unmoved the Church of ome, the Stea Ass reached St. Peter's yeas? the .4Couals reignas t .hao e quate -o e theirs, idhoees anxios fears! co What thern t Is martyrdom so sse now And steep tn woe the Christian hart t c...

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. — 25 June 1871

EornflgStaraudCathoillolmwge ! a ; UIEU : r·-a; s ·cu ·:·-o sg 'n:·7ur sr ;`;~.~~~·~i~" MseOºw Tutei MoaumSU kiysias hAP me= [~;:-: '·.toa to· t1 ~ SI mainly mrar TheD~reotors @ftheOislmlnjCoic Most Rev. Archbishop N. J7. Pzxouu of lb; adh rb Very Rev. G. RnaZXQND, d' i "3 bawd as hii R.~~~~.~ .7. 1k.oE te o wdt S eehude t Rev. J. eve, tb taAretm eWmt are. T. J. Kx9, ol e am insh. Rev. Joao FLhm atANAGAX. Mot. Mr. .usT. imuaos, " Mr. JOHn MCCAWY, 4 4 Mr. Joass Himmnos, . o egem t Au o s . .ulae me toS be eldpeemi t. th e t.1M.A~ oawlWm ae rtumor m @uein Cue " crmsie eet. ""HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE' FEET 0'F-THEE THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS!".. -ibUr-15emgwheb VOLUISi V. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING. JIJdE 35, 1871; Mirning Star and Catholic Messenger. 33w azLa ZS SUiD&A. tJU1 S. lbIt. THE GRAND DEMONSTRATION. THE TERM OF PETER COMPLETED BY PITS IX. The eients and scenes of last Sunday will remain ineffaceably impressed upon the memory of many thousands of our citizens as ...

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. — 25 June 1871

. 6 g sad tad Catholic Meme : IOTRal DA1, PA . IIe ab- eed h led ,p. XWish w esoaros,[ _lan1 -ra t w at~ll tim. .5 egeesw m a i eesrnd Wad c iris exlse_ _ l -wb m w. Don West forth telacethhsshee. sarw the sward **ss th t t~ist·.albeh leirte whau ..C 41 o settve dnroi haive bowed I .r eath thd nted wall . will , eatfe the wes of mtho de-p and led. that re tes Itlft et e'diaat wetwiala Ti ttAtsn e ad pals w r ac behnd i aees Don ý 4k.wa h of ae hat ttohe. nw t ms eed -". ~ha b earl of Smeee. whm be" 1110 1 feel ! the arhe --N of s . or f e,,-- .. e a or owow . then e mqerda w ad  Ce.thllo eet e eni 0 weof with ns wat M kath ro inti eite Tei Clot agree I knot d order. wim t Scor of e i d w mbe tho patient id r ttie tm.e wall-cone ligh. Whea Tale of AnteBellum Timesd calm, to di [Nabam .u n, N . ' fl`n 'R'te clerk at the Astor House directed one ofo h servants to show Mary to parlor B, and as o mae ascended the stairs bhe thought of the req as rthe girng and remembering the kindgI ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 June 1871

Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. wsw oR ANn e. Tsear#Y, JUr E !s. 87n. OF OUR nOLY rATaEn, POPE PIUS IX. To all the Pstriarche. Primates. Archbishops, Bishope. and Other Odinarles in Grace sad Commntion with the Apostello Sees Pws Zx., POPE. Venerable Brethren, HcalUth and Apostolic Benediction-As soon as, by an impene trable decree of God, having fallen into the power of Our enemies, We have seen the sad and deplorable Jte of Our City, and the temporal authorit ortbie Apostolic See eruthed by an armed invasion, we have laid before you by Our Letters under date the let of November,of the past. yeara the ate of Our affairs and of this city, and to at excesses of an impious anii un brid license We found Ourself exiosed d aecordiag' to the obligation of Oar s eborge, .We have protested before God and before man that we wished to pre serve, safe ind intact, the rights of this Apostolic See; and We have solicited you, and all Our dear children, the Faithful con fded to your carei to...

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. — 25 June 1871

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Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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