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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 February 1872

Mirning Star and Catholic Messenger. ) rsw oj L axa. ORrLY, n.FBBRUABR 25, ur5. CITY ITEILLIOEKCE. CIURCH ITEMS. Chardt of St. John the Baptist, DrIades street. The Maronite Abbot, Monseignor Chaldany, will celebrate Mass, in the Syro-Chaldalo, at this bchurch, at 8j and 10k o'clock this morning. Doring the week the Very Rev. Abbot, with the permission.of Very Rev.Jeremiah Moynt han, will call upon the parishioners of St. John's for such contributions as they may be enabled to give towards the amelioration of the sufferings of the Catholics in Syria. As we heve already published a sketch of the his tory of the ever-faithful little nation of Ma ronites, showing to what terrible persecations they have been subjeoted for centuries, anad how they have courageously and unfalteringly adhered to their holy religion, we need not dwell upon the snbject longer, as the simple narration has, beyond all doubt, more deeply touched the hearte of our good people than could the most eloquent of appe...

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. — 25 February 1872

` aº'llStar andi Catholic messenger Wa w ILANSj, SUNDAY. FEBRUAMY 25. 1PS WOlMlRl CATRoIO INXrLIoUNCZ.. Rss-diea of Choriuters at the Paulists' Ch -On Friday evening, February 24, the Festival of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, an interesting and uniqe ceremony took place at the Church of tae Paalist Father. As we have al ready reported in our columns, the Paalists have made quite a thorough reform in their church music, having adopted the Gregori an chant for all their services, chanted by a chorus of forty-two voices, half men and bhalf boys. Under the tuition of the Choir Master, Mr. Edward Harley, these choris isters have become in a very short time competent readers and singers of tihe chant. The result has been most favorable, and listening to their ainging at Mass or Ves pers, one can appreciate tihe language of the learned Archbishop of Westminster who styles the Gregorian Chant "the sweet, devout, intellectual music of the Church." On the occasion to which we r...

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. — 25 February 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger sw oIrarAN. uNDAY, ?3BRUA3Y as, sne -W AND m W33oM "Fashionable "-Debt. How to consume time---eat dates. The great American desert--fruit. Sisters of Charity-Faith and Hope. A child of the sea-The barbor buoy. The tobacco chewer's music-8pit-tune. A wife's hiss for money is well termed legal tenderness. Bald a conceited young lady: "You men are a covet-as set." An old saying tells us that " Love, a cough and money eannot long be hid." - I am going to draw this beau Into a1 knot," as the lady said at the hymenlal altar. Jones was wrong when be ascibed the bad small about the postofice to the "dead letter.." What cannot be called a disinterested act ot hospitality Entertaining'a hope. Borset. A friend has a dog so very serious that even his tail has not the least bit of a wag about it. That man is a stark and miserable fool who sees only right- in success, and only wrong in failure. There Is never a man so bad, says a cele brated writer, butsome wom...

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. — 25 February 1872

immfI Star and Catholic wlMe@RPn r -a mLsas. UNDLaT. FraBrUAiy s5. 1s5. ea gsaW of the Cathelie Militant Union of the pmuaiansa .-Considering the evils which diot the Catholic Church, its illustrious Hsi and Society generally, a number of Ca tholles of New Orleans have-adopted the idea o organising an Association uniting all the eatholie of the world for the defence of their ights and those of the Holy See and of So riety. To this end they have ado pted the principles contained in the followin onstitu tion, whblch has receied the appri ation of His Grace, the Most Rev. Archbishop of New Orleans. AarracE I.-The Association having for its object the defence of the Church, of the Holy See and of Socielty, generally, it must neces saerily declare itself the adversary of every Society, public or secret, that has for its object the overtbrow of the principles which it has determined to defend. ARTICL II.-No means or exertions for at taining the proposed end of the Association ought to be ...

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. — 3 March 1872

tb !orningStarandCathblic xessenger S CLSRIED WU*KLT 31 Vixe_ orlnst amou o taersonpay, L= MorningStar andCathollc ! Ao. 124 Carondejet atreet, b.*weas sPdes sa n Bd Laflayette streets. THE R - wTnh tie Ivo SITAR has beensat with the approa f h € The Direcotors of the *mpany are: authority aaof the ioee, to oat Rev. Archbighop N. J. Pancum, admitted want in ew Or 7'e R ev. G. RA;o4 'ie -eien.Catholic Church. SRe. 3. owD, mainly devoted to the inteaestn of ery Rev. J. MOYmaN. -To prevent all failure, and to guaa ..To hasthe permanency of the uertafe i j Te . -- Barre street. a RE - ta of nhich i:n_, oae hNdred oewjoi OHT isa !dollar, in fivetho5j uh otwa~ Jen -CC , de lars each. iOL- ME - VCP . " OB, -,TLAETH.E F OT THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS 0D THINGS"oS NE. JOHN HE-RLERAOS. tUNDAY MAof wet,... 10..i ommunlcations ar t-be addresd to rthe ,Did We approve of th ws _of our Diocese. At J. M. Ancnnzsnowow Naw On r-- -, HOWt.EAUT-FUw A RE- TH FEET 0F THEM THAT BRIN GLAD TIDNs GOD- TIoo GSI...

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. — 3 March 1872

rg S (iSd Catholic M omessg OMT.EAWi til. WA MARCH elms S . . i the Catholic standard. with A LEGEND FORI LENT. from ? Z LIOnI C. nUS-Li Y·--do Dui b th brlig dose, paie m.ud i~it.l D' and 4vgil-l i the iermtu'l -ll estrated on the , t tod Scla tihtly in b in. " nds, ei clas n ap tedrs. nasilgitr i h, there, o r eBlesi d Loti hies edal, pay r throd of maot e- s c ntnl s ed free n t tr he thou r--a voice the tiesolurs bro.ke,: his sde a filthy demon spken e h an toiehepeou thing. which one might deem ' k ill:nson of a troubletd dtream * le be thou, Use at use"!-h" eriue. rhee eil face inflamed with beat and pride; 'with a whip of cords. gpoteqUe and quaint. sittiot gergad the prosttate shoulder of the lotL. Du ialedictitn on thy head alightl mom `dost elud*mvn power day and night Sdost conoUnmd m ence and my live I theattong weapon of atn upright will. bt fatc'st ttrictlylo! I do'thie saws; ti *devil's only toed Is sin and hela: Sdsleepest little-.! I never sleep* plig 7everisalng ...

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. — 3 March 1872

li I H I,·i. _, , -- __ AI l&alPar sd 'Catholic Messenger. v3W SL3.& sUDAY T N, aY . setas. AN VUCIVIL JOUIIAL. Under the above heading the Cafolio World, for Miarcb, entafns a scattblg ye view of the history of the tid m'os 'publishing house of the Harer Beotbers. We regret that our space doek not allow us to- publish the article entire, but hope that all who can will purchase the hboo, and, after carefully reading the article, preserve it fo fuature referepce. After re ferring to -the vast. "Protestant army of observation," as btsg on a footing suf fielently well organised, active and effective t6, guard the walls of the Ameriean Zion and sound the timely alarm, the TWorld "s.t the publishing firm of Messrs Naive-dc Brothers is not of that opinions to have discovered that it e to ke .aunder their special g he public schools, $r ion and the - .emonstrating t ter fallure 11f .1 eostainsr rest ' 4lhighly ldes these slet, cdt We b sae pr" mOa " Caricataste td lmnate the wors...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 March 1872

MIrninL Star and. Catholic Messenger. wLaxaff n ZVItnY SIDAY MoD nlOG. R1er. A. J. RYAN- - EDlTORn-IN.CIEF. rMaS or eaCIscmrso Delaerwd by Oarriers. lb. aar(ta a::a:c:):. .....::::::: 40:: 3400 By Mail. SYear.............. .................... 0 i.. t ...................................... r..tes OF Atellatein : Ms .'th. M'the 1t Year. wer .................. F ..e . .......... ........* I 27 4 7 Tranlient Advertisements, $1 5e lbr square each in. t ntyve per cent discount allowed on the above (Into  t abn ove r tes, w lthr " ;.lisoo nt. Deth darriag Noti ces, o each Insertion. waste and Personlr information Advertsements, a8.tsriai Mottoe. 4o ceLtx a line. NI.EW, OBLWYE , .nDA. MARCH 3. Iety. AI.JIIDARJ OF THE WEER u ar......r. 3Thrd SudaJ in Lent. c ..... Mar. 4--t, Luvels, 'ope and martyr. s.ksday.acMr. --Of the Feri. T ed ...uar.-. s. Thomla Aqainus. ,:onfesor and Doctor of the Church. 1 " ...nMaer. --The Five Wounds of Our L.ord. Selby ...Mar. - L~Mrets of Rome, Widow. -- ....

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 March 1872

WMrning Star "lOlittoillc Messene SW o0a5.re sUNDaY, MARCH 2, 18te. gITT RNT/TU.IGSES. canaca rrzsrT . The Mission is St. T7Yeresa's.-With last Sun day evening ended the mission given by the a Lasarist Fathers in the above-mentioned C church. It is most gratifying to know that 'the zeal, energy and good works of those self- t abnegating disciples of the lowly Nazarene f met with co-operation on the part of the ra rishioners. Morning and evening, and other i tldes devoted to rest, fone d the good people of St. Theresa's in their church to bear the words of Christ, to be edified by the exemplary he mility and ardent charity of those men who came to preach. Now is the acceptable time' now is the time- of saleation. Many a heart bowed down with the weibht of sin, experi eneed in the coabtlitonal the consolation im plied in the word " Yo thagare heavily.laden, some unto as ta will e1fesh you." Many a soul, alrdMl 'frles~I i dits relations with God, received the desirable grace ,d.os - ,...

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. — 3 March 1872

-- ra lidic Messenger. 11W aRLUAMUI UNWDAY, MARCEwa, 3 S. L lor the Marnig star d Catholic Messenger : In the Februaur numaber of the Philadelphia onlce ord appears the following beautiful TES VIUIO 'OF I3 MON( GA3BRIL. Pt ELUPa  C. Dnoxnatu. - Tie the m wit Rsnd the shining fender, Na wt el, knee,  X phaoel. .as, yd r sto e the er A be s man with grae, bat gentle look is sln wee e wih sundsl With Which h aim-earted Spring abonds: Lewingf eisatsefr the abbey grounds, i es like murmurs of a dreamin she1l Qui'otrecerp of bird, and branch, and brook, Nr/ti swreo t eo pass of hisl book, Until te vry_ w 4 a freshness took- DeepishLoell .. bit the Monk Gabriel. In his book he read The words which the Master to ris dear ones said: Shall se, rauI'tsns onmne wt I wtale agan. Ye ha o not mMee th en." d wnag Idilleat. liquid eyed: (O of ete Cruclfied!, * Ia all the brilliancy ts, 4 by his side! Pure as ti early lily was Hils skis, EA" 0e .bis mshed the roes, ...  ps, the sow. Of al saet...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 March 1872

- q is a till itslt lady w" enK' r eto trt it&8 t tt ki us. etof fentb .s arna Sro hoa ts t l o thatn . te , the Ienad in el o wsuo seat bat atienee: and im w .re*t th with e tesd agravet rrdi a ork isb e in two e sumll. n ;' s dllowing is a esoero tI loats alone in ht, alb far one, which lide between the giant error aod the h lhty ocean of ruthe* it gle a i the crystaln Sof iorlea implos on it dashes ovtr in o waer-ll of ,and, thoagh torn to pieces In Sdon the ateract of personal ts broken fragments crystalise es ibR bas below, roand through aroesnd ro v oer all these ob floats on to b rll Rttess ocean of ding truth." Richmood Normal 'bbool a few ther inesod in ·elloaug was upon enunciation were thdl siao pra. Sthe close of the exer.ise, the called for such examples to be a as l r no h n The ellown are some of its of the itnet ", -ad fr ry good iuen • an. . - the tlytah impised. ' i te ?aoIng isa untain of Pop* e e tm founti . Wevnss loe twa t Lc rth ie t round ,". the r ysta...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 March 1872

..NY the . .0P *s e n e w e n t v ea t 1 o  - . eml teartd o o heleeaheert., . Teabe Lbn S5 reess os e , Thssat paM you t ir lepai. ds Wrhn~ eirew ti ae o . .t " moa t.s s  t asi ».: , ily long wiatete 111 sllevLgUPt ht , ". . Lw sboldJw your ubdes'e ms :speweess, hi O , eore s a bride at the fetbi lCs e ept. ToutU sar to ted bethyouz steeaseIyothiteL. $ Yoenu el bet Won e t 1, .Betw.esw. ,baI i ,. The nrownl he-, ..sweet , , wo teh is her hey Manol a . _ --i tAttorney whodoe aws saibe aplt3 u the esaS oft.l e * iAdhsg whierewe seb ) eure eti1sgos i Thay, it oee pi eletwentY- ueh deys, oler, in delvery, ad i, tq speech on a reoerZs Aparset ' . b tl  ptt.ler , embraced in it, llw staal seei he wou I What were out0 lunm yamo e aa~tiIre ie t paper to cont sia.9c - tjardmagii it. ing thent tobe e with ul he tee ef bli . .the currest of wet pii has entirely t urne agains Chs--l the Attorneyting 3ttheenr e speech - this celebrated case con- e elof the flight o peted, on the 13...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 March 1872

I s A ornng Star and Catholic MeCatholic Messessenger rulED WEELy Morning Star and Catholic Messenger t New Orean OstAholic Publication Company, 1at No. 144 Car-ondlet street, between Poydras and Lafayette--treets.. TiI MoRNING STAR has been stared with the approval of the ecclesiastical authority of the Diocese, to supply an The Directors of the Company are:nt in Ore , n _oat Rev. Arabbiebop N. J. PERCHE, /mainly devoted to the lnterets of the Presetent. Catholic Church. ey R ev. (. pOeD, dent. To prevent all failure, end to gtlee _ry__. J. 6MoxII .. " |--i the permanency of the nidertaking, i I. cy. T. J. KR 6Y, "D Ve t-b of w io hich Is one hundred thound dollars, in five thousand shares, of twenty Jo°N T o. J a o .s. . dollare each. JOHN MCCAFFRFtY. Jo.T Gtuol ts. 3Sprc.a y ^IA. MeL. ýrsetM We approve of the atoreald undr. commauniacatlonasare to beaddressed to the eof t o sofT~he orningi atrandCatwolicMessenger. ng a c mof our Diocese. . t J. 3I. Afcnntsnor OrwOul leatlm...

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. — 10 March 1872

IOraln Star and Catholic Mesenger. Emw ouA~I. smUraI , ALIKO 1o. tS. Ian empliaue with the wish·sr many sub ae is, we enc more unfurl to the world the beasies of TEE CONQUERED BAlNER. o r ATras aRIa. lnl tfhat B 'UwreS' ; letmI its e w ste gdreary; t-ar- ei'-l Me a els Imwow itt had le are's o.t aerd to mtoe it, astee sef P~em et t a~near dotLs 'tIe tteredI Ia is ltbm mar iinad ih it, e .a w en bait bhee ar ecoatered, S erd that a thee thes esue uto nol Iti New uts Ter It 1wiun th sa ib.I etel that Banner-frl i adl - Oae ta thoustead hailed II bely it s,oud f~-~~r wave were t em m l  rae ald s ter RertsWke tbheI Latwed d!teeY r. O'er th frLe at their ave. "I i~t IOrtl~Itl· hS- .r uru It 11 theheeds that gram it. And the harts that feedrl, dmd it, Col eel ded awe rlc how 1 WfL BUd-ei the wl Ing tst e who tralsed ted tses it! hled , w h eoiy aw they deplorr e a cet, ol~yrew he room* foriena ehd itiin.ia I t atBuaet true s'tleno ea live m r g and tery S is t tou thlae ia theas n ...

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. — 10 March 1872

Iarnfr Star atnt oath rnefluMesel rsw oR~eLzrs. SUNDAY. Ra01 10. IWl. Sun4ay of the 2se. We have termedthis, the fourth Sandal of Lent, the Sunday of the Rose, becaun on this day a Golden Rose is blessed bý the Pope with great solemnity at Rome The day is more joyful than the othes: Sundays in Lent; the deacon and sub deacon use their dalmatic and tunic, the altars are adorned with flowets, images anm relics, the organ is permitted to play; thb Rose is filled with musk and balsam, anu the Cardinals who assist at its benedietioi are attired in rose-colored vestments. The Pope carries this Rose in his hand, as al emblem of Joy, on going to, and returainl from the Church of Santa Crocs in Gerus' lemme. The Rose exceeds all other eow:er in its color, smell and savor, ahd aptly r presents the exultation of the Churc, v&s jofcing on this day on having aeeompili- the half of her penitential course, and rest Lng, as it were, to reeruit her strength for the performance of the remainder...

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. — 10 March 1872

Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. was u TTaY ESNAY MOgIN G. EsV. A. J. RYAN - -EDro SeW O3LUANS. NDXnAY. MAWH l. Isis. a------  su= Agesa sr the Star. tOumAk. g. LazAU, Franklin. J. D. Salrw, corner Market' and Twenty Second earets, Galveston. J. LATmvaEr3m , Laredo. OAqLUDA 01 THI wm salay......Mr.  1-rourth Sunday in Lent. -m--i- y....Mr. 31-I4L Jobs of God, Cfessor. Tumbe ....Re. Is Gsori L Pe.. Confessor and WLessy..Mar. 13-The Forty Martyr of sbeast. TheLe ...M r. 4--Of the Froe. Fisy.......Mar. -The Mo Prteioo Blood of Our Lord. 9t0rMd .. .,Mr. 16-O the Feria. OVA OLLS RATE3 POR ?A2as EnlT BY MAlI. TO O1 ADDUreS. One Coptone year................. 00 P-voe w. " .................. 12 50 Ten .. . . . . ................. 2 650 TwentyCop.es " .................. 40 00 We offer the above favorable terms in the hope that in each town and village in the South there may be some energetic Catholic who will be induced to get up a club. As will be seen, there is a wide margin fo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 March 1872

emrning Star and Catholic Messenger. a5w OLranse, NaDAT. MarsCH ,s, 1e7r. CHURCH rrEMS. St. Michaers CIurch.-The Maroate Abbot, Monselgneur Chaldany, will celebrate High mass at the above-named church, to-day, at 10 o'clock. He will also say low mass every other morning at 7T o'clock. During the week bhe will call upon the parishioners for asuch contri butions as they may be desirous of giving in aid of the good work in the interests of which he has traveled so many thousands of miles from home. Cathedr-al.-At 7 o'clock this evening the elo quent Dominican, Father Milen, will deliver the usual instruction exclusively for gentle men. After the instruction there will be a grand sacred concert, the programme of which will be found in another column. It will be seen that the-.eleetions have been made with excellent taste, and that the ladies and gentle men who have kindly volunteered their ser vices, stand-in-the first rank of those profes sional and amateur musicians for whichkour cit...

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. — 10 March 1872

erin Star and CathoUc MeseOngS W11m raR3, SUN ?7tac"lq. we, App.its.t of aw Bishops.-The Ion meet~ appolntments for the dioceses Cleveland and Fort Wayne have been ra -elved. Two priests of the Arcbdiocese ilncinnati have been chosen by the Hol lee to fill those vaeant Sees. -ev. Richar lilmour, Pastor of St. Joseph's, Dayton, 1 ramed for the diocese of Cleveland, an sv. Joseph -D engerC.P P. S., for th Uoesse of Fort Wayne. We congratulat or brothers in the priesthood on thel levation to the dignity of the episcopacy vsduseal Telegrapl. Bas Pork Catholo 17Taio.-The quarterl~ seeting of the New York Catholic Uniol onk place in the Chnroh'of St. Paul th pestle, 80tb street, February 22d, the east of 8.. Peter's Chair at Antoch. 1 as also Washington's birthday, the as onal holidays of the United States belng aosen as the general meeting days of the nion in this city, for the greater conveni eoe of the working and mercantile classes be scene within the charch at the begin. ng of Mass ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 March 1872

igWr ORear . Wurira, ºEon . s. 1515n WIN A= WIDOM. sou ean't hurt snuff by pinching it. :be ship that everybody likes-good-fel dhip. oubt produes nothing. It is faithl one tour's sleep before midnight is rth two after it. rbat sort of ascent is descent A trip for is brings you down. a your worst estate, hope; in your best, r in all, be ciruenmspect. t* reason go before every enterprise counsel before every action. Tby are darned stockings like dead ? Because they ave mien-et. o drunkards-The pawnbroker's is not proper place to take the pledge. lhen is a ship like a scarf-pin t When - -o the bosom of a heavy swell. 'o have ideas is to gather flowers. To ik isto weave them into garlands. - [oderation is the silken string running ugh the pearl-chain 6f all virtues. Ien are like words; when they are not perly placed they lose half their value. Tae care of the pence, etc,."_ Smith sit is the ex-pence e hiata to look opt 'he man Whose hair turned white in a te aight is surpsed by the gi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 March 1872

in in Iir and Cathou- c Mesu"pr raw amiZa.s sIr DA. MA 1aCH . W. eassel sary en-Sobert s. Lre. Iseeral Early's address at the Washing I and Lee University, on the 19th of Ueary, on the military career of RL E. e, contains many things of general In set. e alluded to the memorable scene when .. Lee received his commission from the rginia Convention, to hiaself-abnegation, ssant labor, and sasertsd that, without racting from the merits of others, with SGen. Let's services in the reorganisa 2 of the Virginia forces at first, the battle Manuases could not have been fought. 2. Lee was first in command in West ginia, and then on the sea-coast de mes. After the battle of Seven Pines he me to the command of the Army of !thern Virginia, and conceived that mdMl campaign of which a great mind ae was capable. In the seven days' ble-round Richmond Lee had 75,000 atrry n-4i000 cavalry an artillery, this was the largest army he ever com idesr a swinging round to attack McClellan's ani lank, he left...

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