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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 November 1872

-the r..A a.. m. . werl e 0t be ta thn of BanhiaL Wish lie ddowa rnightthvgnw teee r ofh isg'sis " fht h , wls u l. .ta "l.rtab. twen e Ma es aas th e Of . i .heer: hoiu:d ; - _& No .pow oen a 1 is aonbht SRhe ueann. th they eaaote red swept the 1 .--rept them as thi whirl. the abs haf om th thretbina a ws emblen tbafor the 4e ( dto wanquer alsna thero h a blesobted, eunman el drunk- t 'beiek thier tato hintoryt istouy of all the rt itl.e ean dleourifd in the wosrl, and t "Me 2mue aorh Qernd overt G-o ede th e oas .3 the8othil thenan ethe Ae rl te. I wth as wsme atsry. Th olthe foell te i-4 uai. T'e urme and the ruin of n beso ao T hiseo y atte invt, ht oam apon tl them a lr tosv M ,bthe erd of . a ene ahnSlo thie h t a. . Ithlerands iowheli tbels b  la liseorfnutu the mott glo- a eGod ever veto people othe asin b mbity ontineat, rut in its do- i that continent teaeming winth of riches; a soil te mestfer. d the es rarei and prciouns, lb t; fulits ass flowers of every it ...

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. — 17 November 1872

nstr isinsti gtas easeui'ddahaur a. 'REV. A. J. RYAN,. ' UDITOR-IB-OBEZP. raw oEmassa. nPatl. woywmBmn mI, tea. E PW, APEBl 5I Rr MAIL TO a 033' ADDES. no Copy (one yesa)................$ 00 e Copies........... 1 50 wenty Copig" ................. 40 00 No orders will reseiv. attention unless ao ompsenej C ,,ta e.q,.. .. Agents ~ the Star. LOUIItAA. . LaRAox, Franklin,. rm. DuOOer, BrtM bopg. W. Bsa oanI p CutAR Natehitoches, La, J. D. Sawura, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveston. J. Z. LAvnlTu. Laredo. moaoGIA. J. J. O'Coxrna , svaannah. GOoaoE NLsoII, Xt$o~n, Ga. STrrnx MoLoar, Charleston. as ABMR Of THE Wm.. .aay......Nov. l?-1i*. G Tbsmsturgs, Bibsh MYoeay..... 4e.ts ta$w ka estlies of 88. , t .5 sad Psel Tellsv FJli of sabi. Osnfemr. ihawiaay -'No.1 4.xtpet**aeis at the B. V. M. 7!l av..Nv. af--$S. Oe51lms Virgin nd MYiar. a . NOV. 5l -s. Olseu. pope and i aeyr. : uso More Disesue., The Sppearance of this new disease among besalsts not only.a serious incon v...

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. — 17 November 1872

Dre- 11 rrrm. fADa U T, H~iamaar, 7 sIrs. KANT AM ID1WOAL:& -gg - :-0 .+ f Last is oenry M. BSker, of 2ag)s' rish amnet we is dead. eivillneg nglish government bhas probibited i- gene theb in of horses from the United 8tateL MA., 6 patch from Fort Qibweg -s- ; Louis that .i4. g' prinelpal Chief t. the *Cheseee r died a. TaLegaah oa Betagm lassy . ' t y brisk trade is nswo ' oeS e6arriede $' lishmen in the slave trade between rang c and Constantinople by way of Malta. 'at Bros.i American brakerr at -Par napeded. Th W ttt l i prineit t bit of ieosy. 'a ii w rlIg a "oosti of Germany for Nsras ast week. Many reells d 1s have buildiug oat and many towns submerged. roof, ow ,Levant Herald has been suspended for immedia onthe in coasequenee of thae publoeation columns of satirical artiolts m'upon the ditf mt water supply ofiConastantineple. men 0 Joigneray, an athlete of prodigious nuta tb, is performing at the Follee.Bbrgete, !ily of Amongst other exercises, being sun- a e, i Sby hi...

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. — 17 November 1872

wral Sabr - CthAk Io w(enl mWr agn s3A..ID , pT. Po am 11n. 1M y IrBem our ova osirs ~p t.l ]htber O'eeffe, of Callan, l oal tiuet in I welt. Indeed he seem to be pttin only itch whr e'l~ OW :-_ sto-b, by fes., uLe"ltl m w nth en o the h leeisr . 8Pr. I tnratn, aS  orb ltnda, to. b the erend s gentleta trad ias oa f the s .i Otiol, ad94, tEt *at ther l ie e sded to aL" ese oe gdreatueatniu the Whbop. The o e owrt, ever, wa bbas, ad ither excommunincte i the ethr. Bt Dr. rapel ahIane and, asit was the leet day I atone of the mission whih I havealready Sdtolu anumber of tie Augaisant Pas aeve e giiven there, dlv d a armone lai ho eoaseeo't whic b te mhrea ot saem rgeadwarned the people that Fathes ese hadno longel power to e as a prliesto nd those who arsaited at or areived his isl iration would thereby commit a grievous 4 im aad wosuld plesd . as spirltual bensdt hawithstaadlg thisa oosderbla number f pso.n oWl eadhred to the nt.rd.atsd eis anod to thee he addressd on Bauny, (...

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. — 17 November 1872

o5 - adsws ih ii3 m It I A sTOUy Or LEAvae. the a as monu - luvAts. Not many thousand miles away in one of was the country towns of New England there al stands areat forest. The ground is eov ered with'a thiek carpet of soft mos sad s fallen leaves, so soft that hound and buster tla might listen in vain for a footfall of a fez and or rabbit, if it were not for the dry leave may and craekling cones that might happe to cor lie in the way. "pe. It is far away from any houses, so that part the village children seldom visit it in of 1 search of nute and berries; but there are was all the more left for the bright-eyed rab- vidu bits that peep out from beneath the falle saing trees; and the sauey litt chipmunks that pris scold and ehatter up in tebranches. a The forest was once pine, ar, and ama hemlock, and where thes old trees have and not been molested, their braehee have meg grown together so thickly, that the bright- ti est and most inquisitive stars cannot peer corn through; but in s...

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. — 17 November 1872

raw orspetai vM on .. Um. noww O5V6M,10~ . TVUMo U iv. ti-a - -l yNv. 10th, 1072. te Msorsagsesr ad Qathieap xsusseas Bo many little things have occurred lince I last wrote, that I hardly know where to, begin my story of to-das To be a faithfi ,toni cler, however, I will go back a lit)1s into hat oeast-away thing, knowp 'a te past,-that the "annals of Baroniunl may be' orrpotly brought down, And glve a li0tlb ltodont of Church matters tbropgbout oar whole parishb. This Parish of Iberville, lying on lith banks of our grandold river, the Mislissippi, and in tersected by otherlvers sad *sater coarsce, is extensively settled'li'our o" d"roole popula tion, and is divided. into three Foelpsiasttcal parishes, comprising three ohurobes and two chapels. Of this. parit. 45., cbhpriah,-St. John, the largest and ,moet important, and iUs adjunct chapel o St. Franeis, away out in the interior on the Baype Grese Tete, I bhave spoken before. The portion of our parish on the east bank of the Mississ...

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. — 24 November 1872

pit SSt randCathbolle Messenger f / orning Star ud Catollo e ourdadawe L" IpeYa·'with the approval of the eeeled~r ·k. admitted wont in New Oraeael , - -mainly devoted to the lntenrs d Ste em. at r Cathollo Church. It will ot anteL )Arcbbishot. eep wolitiee txace o bo twe e I chbi.ho . . with Catbolio rights, but wifl 9e a-ioN.. t iniquity in high places, without S .. OG. Rarm1, persons or parties. Next to the epl J. -.Mo ax, rights of all men, it will espeelaly , J.o MzOvumm. _i pion the temporal rights of the pea J. s TH c . . . -- aGmr, C. 88. B. W proe eftherl ahrle. .a, of ouMr Dtoeem, .O 1<a .. "n t ja. In. Aan ucm mo, oIrNuw O..eL e to beaiar Nsse o the t-mi assor oN 0. eae .. l ard .teet "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" NTrsB-EyarRsr,I: ywa. 8-4at LUXE V. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1872. NUMBEI 4 SLUYE V g Star and Catholic Messenger. mate" ELBALNS. BUNDAY, NOVEMEIt 24. 155. doing LOTEER YROMs EOXE. The self I ...

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. — 24 November 1872

ornuing Star and Cathoic Messeneer 3grW oBLU, lN. SVRDAT. oVZN>ItM 54. L1t . FLORINES, PRINOEgS QF BUROUNDY; r A TAg OF THI FRST CaBIU DEIL.. Ny WILLIAM BElIRD sMAQ*LA3. (Contlnued.l SCapter XViS.-The Emir of the oused Towers. -. Iwau'night. Darkness had fallen upon the a earth for some hours, and all around was so mnstill anrod moveless, as if the whole race of e man iod were buried in profound repose. The d ar ;itelf seemed to be motionless, nd there f was nuot a sinlole breath to fan the iushed ebeek of him ho, alone in the whole city of o Antioch, seemed at that moment to be awake ond watchful From time to time the solitary b man peered over the battlements, and gazed e with ait longing eye into the blinding darknuess, an if by the intensity of'ies sse he could psetnite the fathomles depth of its ohcn- t ty, aid impart a ray of lig~i to that awful t dauness which lay beneath him and around f him, -From time to time the watober closed d b as s, as if he would concentrate all...

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. — 24 November 1872

ng: Starrnd .Itoc _.Mass~nger_ bid RLitAie. BU D Y. 2OVEM3BEt td taa ha "yR BURKg'S REPLY TO FROUDE. History from an Irishman's Point b Of,Viewid tion dart LECTURE BY FIATER BItRKE--" TIIK Ept NORlMAN~ IN IRELAND," this leas rom the New York World, Itor. 13th.) tive 'Academy of Musl was filled last able g, on the oIdahibl of 'the delivery him tat of th couiireoof lectures by the ing d Father" 'Buroe on Irish history, frot to the recent course delivered lear - r. Frouc, taking as the title to inds urea the same as Mr. Fronde had. my -eot of last. evening's lecture was to a Normnas in Irlasud. The stage pia upied by the most distinguished emi men of the Catholic Church. Father ma; on maklting his appearance was of 'l *'relonged and hearty sp- tbe of4 Gdato3 mer : It is a strange liti .battle which has been shoald' continue so far mi and..: The question on I to speak to you this she t has been disputed at da Sco l rd, one that, has oeen in many a parliament, one that hi. a dis...

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. — 24 November 1872

-mns sa r w Lh. M5SU 'REV. A. J. RYAN, .sk ars"taT, O s , St.F DDnlo. crn 1.but m sa PFAas 5saT E MAl. To 0r ADD the on Cat (*year--)..--..... *.... .;a51 0 und i opnes ................: SCoea ................. creed T ty Copies .... . ........... 4000 No orders will reoeive attention unless ac igepanie by the esh. It, t Agents r the Star. to b lie sc LAxAUX, Franklin. purp Tw. DuOGG Baton Rouge. On SW. BauS RD CaE, Nachitoches, La. body 3. D. Sxwrz, corner Market and Twenty- favo Sesond street, Gslveston. very A . LaTIcPa, Laredo pare ooman. ing I J. J. O'Comaru., Savannah. 3so0Ges 1zson, Maeon, Ga. Its a soursn CAIOuA. of ti bmss( MouoNm , Charleston won e"aLI F 0. TaS w si. syst Nov..... . s .b of thes Cross om m. ] y-..-. . -- Catherine, Virgi . an4 rS not ofu....d BIsbep fen wme sassaNv. W«,- evsr.t r u s. orrt. the e7kl55 v. EaS areS Mart.r. ion C. Ds Ezh3,. CATouc BooKssLU , 194 fore AMP g ,rsM, "WW.L SUPPLY. AT sEoRfeTE tot wrnctc~  14 ODlns on Boors, STArION ma aIn ...

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. — 24 November 1872

SRI.3A35. WNlID-*, NOV3mr3M St. Ira. TEL,TW] aO SWMTAY. '1 of IraNUes. be e Assembly on the 19th, there was an his g debate over the motion of Deputy t rnier censuring Gambetts for his in tory speehbes in the provinces. On his motion Changarnier complained of ful ;reusing audacity of the Radical sad the .ity of the Government in dealing with the He accused Gambetta of entertaining an eking to spread socialistic ideas. The created much excitement in the Cham Id the speaker was called to order. The I es of the Right tried to provoke Gam- hn o reply, but he deetned sad only shrug- *r Sshdhlders. - --le ra nounted the tribune in defence of in vernment. He protested against being sit at the bar as a oriminal, and threw out ig aiions that trneight appeal to the cona- Di iEl admitted that the speech made by itta at Grenoble was offenslve but olaim ,t the Government was not responsible. Sc resident continued by demanding a vote tl fidence from the House. The vote of m ence was passed by 26...

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. — 24 November 1872

FORT SrT', Ani. Nov. 11th 1872 ora e .rnnestr d tolight .nd ,, Te the HditNro fat netall Startm or Hall sweet messelger light, and har e ceive tidings far,-i;1it ti(l the Holy Mother Frnreh ther fomr increases in hert sway sad p er For ti build oll another is added to the messengers of peace, 1u5. r and to bring ferth the blind to light. Y, the money again has urtobelveTd Bishop visited this part weather t of his vineyard, and added yet another to the veated the laborers. Mr. John MI. Lucy, a native of our wholeod e city, wag oratioedt to the Priesthood on t.ho the chaps 10th inst., by the Right Rev. Edward Fi:zger- ten cha aid, Bishop of Little Rock. the three Ourn ittle church was crowded on the occa- their res aion not only by the members of our own was there Churcb, bet by the numerous Protestant ac- MaoEvllm quaidtances of Mr. Lucy. The ordination erlonu e sermon was preached by the Right Rev. Pr to hold t late, who took the occasion to declare the doe- bomestel trine off Cath...

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. — 24 November 1872

l.owtins alul., !,o ur ,11 Aasthes CoM at Lserds. "X" a correspondent of the London roe 2blet writinagunder diist o October 17th, b t, from Belgium, says: I was last week in company with an em inent Catholic member of the Upper House of Parliamentia this oonotry, who esa spoke of a miraculous care which had, to his knowledge been wrought at Lonrdes- - and he added, " My friend M. de D-, of ber Brussels, has just started With his daughter am who bas been unable to leave her bed for months, or to sit up-she is being borne on vU a mattress from Brussels to Lourdes; and en she says, as she has coqptantly said during on, her Illness, that no physician will do her shb Y' any good, but that at Lourdes she will be thi cured"-et elle sera goerie," added M. 1e tre Semateur, with an aceent of strong faith, tra which made the others who were with ern myself at the dinner-table almost shire in on his conviction. I now learn by a letter just received of 'from M. le Senateur, which has been com- r...

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. — 24 November 1872

U-s1lng Star and Catholic Messenger. of Je 33W OsLrAUS S¶3nATr. ROV3MBM a. 1t. indd stantle lOtamias.+m 5s ieea. rue all 'ieods werrl of coorse be far from satisfied Iatia with a Republio of which Gen. Chasy or which [. Casr e Perier-who it is rumored is to the re maeseed him in the leadership of the Left lessly 1 Centre-abould be thgusdin-.d inform- The G --g spirit. To French Republicans, as to she ha Lepublicans elsewhere, that is y the only and uuine Republic which they themselves Catho lirect. The Radical paper, therefore, ar- she let goes strongly against the competence of the whose present Assembly to enact any alteration OrtJ of the Constitutfon, and insists on the no- in fact casity for an immediate dissolution.- cludio The letter of the Comte de Chambord Eate, has furnished a text for several articles in has I the Imperialist papers. Their position is warm that whereas the Legitimists represent the which anienet Monarchy, they represent the mod- tact - era. The modern no...

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. — 1 December 1872

armI 11 ". 1 . at. ... ^i r :1 r' f 1 ' :i L k4 . l 11 + a" r ua + N7 f' Aft 1 l i T, M Y' " r ..,.. ,.111" . .ý ~ r~ .Amrolibaop N. X. PsaRCE aq, I: i *~ J~KmNT -:~.·· -I I TM flow RIAUTIFPL . t FE ;" ºl r' 1 Do. aiC S i1 : ý.ý y y ý ý3a ýN W 8L n NS . . " u Y u 1 8YF "ý cvm4IT ic. f"DW$&TFLAE IEFE f HL 'I~GfU IIG F dI I ý W REN, III MRI l EEBR' ,87t ,,,: ,,.< ý 'l,1 . _ _ _ - _ _ - _ t .. . .: . ý w 1 N l º1 . V -GiimAdtholic Messenger. jo lsf : zu,&r, DUMRcEss 1. 3s5s. thi ATION PROX MHE QUAOThR OF MONT h o following is areport of the proceed- It] at the Vatica,on the 27th ult., of Ot we were only able to give a tele- i hol summary last wesk Thb Rloman of of the: Meonti` has~b,'wlh lnlg oj test in their turn against the demon- m es made onm their pat of ome in de ration of the 20th of September. and of October, assembled at the Vas- si to the number of about 5,000. 'hfe a Ducal ne t beisg large enough to hold tb the last somers we ruanged alone w estibule of the Sist...

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. — 1 December 1872

00g1 Star and CathoUlic uJessenur. awn Omr.anS. 33sah DmoUBUZ A. ms FLORINE, SPRINOESS OPr UROUNDY A TALK OW TEK FIRST ONUSAD ; 'SPra to Is his 4 ghte ul  pbim sbroul --pt XVIL-21. Cre d !Ais ra, lsh srad etamut lh it the rasader on ltis armw sto It bathle euo • o iIkoi roesh of i ame hor th e med aS Wa the loakeo t mqshroue the leade&oadems, f dil is, eas aat * Ieegseaeimd-.r aA was h b orse m n m en of taL ew sst ed squires throu h i ,oabshemnthuse medt. or - , 1-ei theer did. htl . the air .wlthCsaL WIU·J, rk ·kod idit 3! God r ns salad.,ala s-e= .M sil salwed anv It.,ss dn are . ; ad-_ e • ames walsel ware-lh Ser e r ots et- e-In whia wesumlom The begenta Pens aed 4. wl sa the Turks who wre ill within tra .aweh aot et eisee l rg tb or that w thus ad a rma that pert of thes ifrjek o tilhe Ise. - m th soliers of epmagean, souded their h.tq stmas the gae is other pch ofat Asteb, e -It' they sight, sow that the arta dten of dist was bera eig. hatoe to th1 amshme e of th...

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. — 1 December 1872

ng Star and Catholic Messenger. oJor t14t e"taisio "ý+li aý.s.i 4+IWcL sýiae p h.dydIe Yibi ,°ýº 'rinl ,I sli*l Ilk .bea 8.dle .rni~ ýaestrraiiýIssi p~ais rtheitý Re Mc dathy ae rlt ·m2 ~r M~ftolrR·`iiisadBnsarrksiý .1t a IS ILIu e~m .bettebd eg as lkth i te eo tae __- of Hew Irish toil tý ~ý· llt He4~· hqlsýiuw*M bb asº V a= Vnen a iellr."mg wta r"f'd at and gWan m, e&p odeIL Oh. t IrW" fizt F +, (tl.d i dtb+r' tl1 ·tt o e fs'pbrit Ame i and M iii toPot " bo nape ad; *od a s #' He tried~ddiI· i ecil ItomeRo e ,fo v admir liged to take the wi o drtvr9 i t as see 'flliiqLtik'iH' a' $ilve j fHuary try, 'OdeAedr'iisgfse s Role,'?. in- Irelad motL saet 1 ahpp. u taeir own stairs,: a pe tlJ , e g ? their own Ia'se;. ease thi, or it measPs nothing. I elusion; a mociery and a saire," OmOS that the Irish people have bi. in thir owr Parliament ,?hemselves by. legiieltieg for e and b making .t sir. own laws d y tue Eighth's "Home Rule" a f NIot a bit oftit. Alt be did C eke the Estt' o KB...

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. — 1 December 1872

4|.,ib~. w . ..+ -- Iru . ' - . . aJmn. - 'REV. j. RYAN; m m --.- .__- , --- . ". ridI ti -s* eua aan pelitil sea ·rawm sow i sr.a to mri "se*amsI S.... ...~............. !- 0 It Iwh a se. wi reesnve at.tta mrs so- . Isa b - s"ash. 1"d * o ... I.. Frame., It bloody a ea , w Lk o fora I " s. . Btes g , Le &O alt - e tt C .the anao - m iht T Deas ed, that Co. Ir--i I. --T it, suet • e frtha weis the !ý L--.z... .i-at te · a1 . .*l Itdrp y.3 rORi "Rý..--Wo So r aette New Orcl' -Der) 187. Inaccofdyane with the tisthipoed supper. f , the Chater of the 'sttest * sCa.o ac Port c aTIox -bewAe sth Ne a o thoer ae for he .Lay Directors, ere ae a* laring the eassing year, wbe hdb a ot this '.o e sn, 0on lOxAv EvsiNx e Deeasabir 1 eeilb' ls b a 6 o'elock. Ervery f o i Into d t .ret.d to be p neaset. of tAi EB ordereny tohe olrd ersf : were Ys '. oaotsy, Aisagr. oautw Aryone haviga eopy othe BrIs Of Apwri T 18th 1869, witOO a I be i o ,tTA Conte-The Co-nfe- tore t as for the meath o...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 1 December 1872

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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
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 1 December 1872

orning Star andCt lnEW OSLUANS. ýYDA=" DEGUMUXE i. Ira. behe Sit the best of their playto lear ot at once; band I ely-b ve that they. meted very prudently. ut o far as re mard the Ihe *o lhedphe t vem ae that inea neier pursese . on ac ount h Americab audience Ltobe ble to put in this high claim for lPIea  s i b ' the Irish people is a perse one. There I.s not ropt*liga I d of nte t ,i eath so attab W a • religionple m the Irish race; bat there Is not o pnersecu ha b blood io the cause of chu religion as the r . And, here are my s1 proofs : esi. Fro aye that the Protest- an ats i ouv te- Qee on. a, ir James under BMry, and thash, ,ac oa u _ ever to Irel for protection. e gives even the na--A-PIOe ,hem. I _tells wo s e wrq e . Wa - .. 1o i natives of e10re came over to I and to avo peruW ton that was ragig i  and they brought with tbaemaWe t i eword ellbt r w -,-medr :esIº - M When hlames atihe seon dmb .hies CathblC Piril'Uiedflti Ireland, In 1689, "l after they had been for...

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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