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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 December 1868

. -s -h -- - wet bhstow.an artele wheh ha coast weekor the mopths in its rpgarU O, thoegk its money Z vale be , inditive of adeepooted an senvent "` o ;e lion or rendliness, the mo hartiness of w will not. be ginsaid te Aside, however, from any onsideration except rep thtýd, is- our gits-theoe which for the pu ro thoen. our readers would-be. Co stow - benefit bun friends or relatives, let tra them subribe for ad end nt the Moaxcto Sraid 9azerfh is sure to g thre o1nor con- to ~~.-An event of the week has Rea the ee&lebrc Ss o of the nineteenth or twen- cot tiet, a.iivgrsary of the Satathwestern Bible Society. ;q itself, thia would"- i"ardly have afeAbthed subjeot .for a paragtaph; butirt has eaS ,call arto mind occurrences which haveor th 1aoth inble impresqions on the. minds ofm who lived in New Orleans when they acou be tlsin, we recognit e of adearooted o sB-. gentleean," o, riendli of the mreoo athartineg of whipoe wgil notwbeNgainsad. a B this de, Tho rder vidm, a acti...

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. — 27 December 1868

-w . .- .... ,a auRsaDgAaugg asus. asrers sor the O.dathgt 1isthw a Irlsand. It has often been said 'that there ,l" e an acre of Ireh groaund unratered with th';ilood of martyrs. Yet it ls probable that fgw of or readers, even in Ireland, have an adequate knowledge of what this amoinu-iit to, of the vast treasures laid up for their country by the I intercession of what mayjbe fairlyealled an un numbered'host, or, agaid, how long this more than Dioocletian persecution, lasted. We think of Queen Elizabeth and the " Hag's War," but are apt to forget that the seventeenth or eight eenth centuries can equally show their goodly roll of ata sesnotorum. Mr. O'Reilly as done an excellent work in collecting his nistoorials of " Sufferrs in Ireland for the Catholic Faith," I in which we find an abundant variety of iine I and race, ~ 'well as of religions orders and, states of life. Among the sufferers are recorded bishops and archbishops, the secular clergy, I Carmelites, Cistercians, Dominica...

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. — 27 December 1868

We ean fIt'ttii . 3ibsdi e'th.e` . tion ot' afrbsdtloam re of the well known e pathik Rermannm who wae nvet m' Catbolltotatt mewea tyyesms h W4' We .bad he plasure of stay y pit}; are the. .'R - rtrhiog s.retreat,. oi. Lj r·. m great deeotion t-theram d to the Bleo!eýýothl th. fieiria 0 cod fthe hi writte·s' the foalleotring letter ,associates of Afve Afasternities e hne hs shd in Lyo, idales ad London:. "or a year Bast, e rites," nay sight, f. a tigned by constant .l became radually weaiker every day Having t lt six t monthsin the delioioussolitade -r diesertjf d Carmel at Tarasteis, in the Hante- I .wis gttacked by an optiaalma s - gmay at olbience madnme leave at once for ordea a to consult a .celbbiited oculist. Alreaady, one month before myldphrture, I had been forbid- 0 den to read:~eran the holy, bheviay. The ex- a perienced oc t examined my eyes with the n most serio u'attetion, and with the most s sympathizing solicitude; he found them in an alarmipg stge*and said- tlhat...

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. — 27 December 1868

-mWo ra OLE S, 1.UND1ar1"*R T?., 1t. (Continaee fim a st Page) neighborhood. 'Persons erhwded around his eage every dday, -hei oe..ormerly did to the dlnneroftheking. Atlrsthis visitors weremost y school-boys, -who pointed him outtoone ta other, relating his numerous tricks; then came little gird bringing him dainties and calling to him with their sweet voices, and the old bachelor on the third story also came to see Spring, and would always stop to relate the history of his dead canary. Good Father Mark! how he enjoyed his pet's triumph. Every day witnessed the progress of the bird. All that he wished to' team. him was understood and retained. The bullfinch forgot his woodland songs to carol the air whistled by his master. Such, a~Ltength, became the celebrity of Spring, that Mark thought he ought not to leave him any longer ih his poor cago; he must have a dwelling worthy of his visitors. Our worthy tailor, therefore, ransacking every corner of his money-drawer, started out one fl...

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. — 3 January 1869

- ..t ,war. }. , ". .,"aaim Ofc-N1o 10 G" iS"lt .".  P: "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I" Trms.--our Domm Per Annuam, in Alvmo. VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1869. NUMBER 48. .-m MOrNING STAR AhD CATmDU.TO IcS .um, NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, tse. The tenderness-and natural feeling, as well as poetic sentiment, embodied in the following lines, commend themselves to every heart. We shall be pleased to hear frequently from the fair authoress. For the Moriting Star and Catholic Messenger] Anniversary of Our Daby's Death. Memories of a Mother's Heart. I am thinking of thee, baby, And my terasare falling fast Of the time I first beheld thee, Of the time I saw thee last; Of the many, many hours When thy little nestling head Lay upon my loving bosom, Till they took thee frets t-.deas. lam thinking of thee, baby ! OneI lay oe weak and pale, That the very lie.blood's gushings In my heart had seemed to fall; When they broe...

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 January 1869

l~lpnaO eTAB adw CATBr.OC IESaSaZrB. N~EW ORLEANS, SUNDAY. JANUARY 3. 1869. (For the Morning ltar and Catholic Messenger] FPIENDSHIP. Many have friends of their purse, friends of their table, friends also of their body, alas ! to the detriment of the soul. But such are false. Your only true friend is that of your soul-who loves you, not to your prejudice but to your salvation ; who would rather see you sutler than do wrong. Far from being blinded, as Love is said to be, he will detect your most trivial faults, because he would wish you to be perfect. Such is God's love for us: such ilso is all affection which has its source and end in Him--ny other iH only a counterfeit. But this friendship should not be sullied by the least breath of sensuality, knowing that the smallest insect can destroy the beautiful bloom, wivfr'maicto-bud here, and await the blos som under the rays of the Eternal Sun. St. Gregory of Nazinuzen has left us a beauti ful portrait of his friendship with St. Basil: ...

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 January 1869

=MORING STAB AND CATROLIC e E NEW ORLEANS. 1UNDAY. J.ANUIARY ; s. t. MISCEiLANEOUS 1818I NEWS. Amxnt.-Od November28 th Belfast Town Council met for the Iurposo. f selecting a Mayor i6f that city for the roming year. Several mearnlers of the Cotsneil-So me of whom refused to accept the oftlee-*aere notninated, and ulti miately, on a vote being taken, a majority of the Council voted'for F. IL Lewis, Esq., J.P., of Nettlefleld. Mr. Lewis was May:o? of Belfast in the-year 1155. The WFeekly Observer, of November 28, announ ces the death, on the previous Tuesday, of Rev. Hugh Murphy, P. 1'., Beragh.. The Belfast VNems Letter annonnoes the be qnuests of the lIpto Profensor Sullivan, LL. 1). To his trustees and executors he left £4th1N for the benefit of schools established in Iolywooid, to which e had previously given -£2i00. To the Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore, lie left £i0t1t in trust, the interest of which is to be distributed among the deserving poor of the town and parish o...

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. — 3 January 1869

MORNING STAR AND CATHOLIC XESSENOER. ruDLsID WEP.KLY BY GraaeUr rtroeet. e .e O umpa Mcrazam d rr. O _ The Directors of tbe.Compaey are: The Most Rev. Archlbishop J. M. Oem. President. Very Rev. N. J. Paitmcui. V. G., Vice toresident. Rev. (CORNELIUS Mo rNeln.a . Rev. J. J"  Y ,ssr. Rev. JE33IA5H 5MOSuLuAN; MLr. Heats 1ICCCOsKEY; MUr. JoHNs [CCIAFFREY. Treasurer; Mr. T. FIIzWU.LLA5, Secretaryj. All communications are to be addressed to the "e - tor of ThI MIonrng Star and Cathlolic Mfesasenger. Terms of subscription, Four Doillars per aum. Single copies Ten Cents. - Ad.lvertaemant. inertedat theTote %ea1 00 per qunare, eightlttes, solid Nonpareil, constituting aasqsre. Transient advertisements, havingotherun or the paper, first insertion., 1 00 per square; each Subsequent inser tbn, 50 eents per square. Atdvertisements inserted at interals, to be charged as Oew each insertion. Advertise,mets for a month or over will be inserted at a ft.id discount, to be ascertained from the Agen...

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. — 3 January 1869

"-ORaIIO STAB AND CATHOLIC MESSENGER. wi 1W ORLjBANS. SyUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 1869. REVIEW OF THE WEEK. re We noticed last week the arrival of the Little me Sisters of the Poor. We have now to an- Ni nounce that thay have fully entered on their in labor of love-providing for the necessities of th the poor. We are glad to learn that they are st, welcomed everywhere by our generous people- wt butchers, vegetable dealers and market traders. Pr Their reception has been even more cordial pit here than that which theyhalre met elsewhere. wi If the rich, and the hotels and restaurants, give joi what remains fronrtheiirepiats-coffee grounds Ba and other things that are ordinarily thrown Ti away-these sisters know how to utilize them ble for the benefit of the poor. For themselves, tan their rule is not to'eat until their dependents Be are served. We would inform those who ta may wish -to be more generous in their do- th nations, that therei are in this asylum twenty-five old men and as many old...

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. — 3 January 1869

MORNING STAR AND "CATHOLIO MESSENGER. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, JANUATRY 3,-1869. A CHILD OF THE SACRED HEART. We find under this touching titlean interest ing little memoir, from the graceful pen of Lady Georgiana Fullel"ton, of a young and ar dent girl who embraced the Catholic faith, worked with enezgy and zeal among the Lon don lineoor, entered the Order of the Sacred Hart, and pecrsevered faithfully tiereiu till deacth. iler life was not long, and it was uneventful. Its chief interest lies itrshowing us the gradual pr'ogre.s of a asoul towards iprfi'ection. The st ruggles and conflicts, the falls and victories, :ftibrd so marry lessons to ourselves left behind to nmake our way through this weary world, while she, whose days are recorded, has fought her last light, and is safe in her eternal home. With the little book itself, we trust our resters will soon become acquainted. At the end of the volumhe are, sonic remarnks which are very striking, and which we will copy verbatim, believ...

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. — 3 January 1869

MORlING STAR AND CATHOLIC MSI she NJ W Sol aNS. SUNDAY; JANThARY 3. 1869. mel ' rotestatiam Destruactive of Christianity. inc the This is a startling announcement to many, she and no doubt will be placed to the account of a e heated controversialist, who, anxious obr vic-her tory, preoipitately asserts what reason and de- ing monhtration fail to verify. Bgt. the statemepnt i comes from a Protestant ainister-Dr. Ewers who, from long experience, serious considera- st, tion, and mature.studY, thus deliberately comes dal to the conclusion contained in the sentence forming-the heading of this article: The cry of the Protslttntis, "I want no vis: ible Church; I want nothing of the kind to come in between me and God; I want no raili at chancels; I want no communion-table shut e up in all apartment by itself; bring it down into the congregation; your whole visible scheme of intermediation is in the way; it is impertinent; I can and will go direct to God I myself without your cumbersome chur...

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. — 3 January 1869

R0 ING SITAR AND CATgOLO EIRIENOER. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, UNITKARY I. 1869. (Concluded from First Page.) " Treason of the blackest dye, sir," exclaimed the Major, with a majestic chuckle. " We shall be murdered in our beds." "We implore your clemency, sir; will the Major intercede for Miss Davis and me Y" "What does Lucy say "" asked Mr. Davis goodnaturedly. Lucy blushedl. "Silence, sir," said the Major, with a show of mock onfidence, " is a rabid tokeu of consent. Don't embarrass the young lady with questions; pray don't f'" "My tdear fellow," said Mr. Davis, " if Lucy lo:ies you, and you love her, no word of mine shalljuterfere with your happiuess. May you be worthy of her, and she of you. God bless you both." There was a moment's siilence, in the hush of which our hearts overflowed with sweet delight -then the Christmas bells clashed merrily on the frosty air. Winding their armsround each other the girls walked to the verandah, and gaze.i out on the lawn. And as they stood toget...

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. — 10 January 1869

, v" ' r ;. . - F " " . . '- ...... . " .. " .L! l -.;. "t ,' t' . !I ·- ... -; - ·- ,.';,I; .atio O..-p ia.. t 'OW TIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THE THAT BRING GLAD IDIS OF GOOD THG" ouP.am OLU -. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDNYMORING, ANARY , N E ·'-' . ....~. 1 ":'¢ of •i .' .i --, ... . . .. · ,, .. . · , ...~~~bl u . . .., _ .. . ..' k ·r · . .- :, , .· · ,, , .-,-.;- ='ili, l '!ll " . .... "¶..HOW.IHil~llil, RE ll ~lTIll llFJI 'HA BR~tGQIID'ililillS i liD ~l~tti " lil~ ", .l llli'i ~l. "7 r; ) ?I ?.j~ ,, ,, . ,-,·<  ,,,. - .. - ~· ·' • " ' "" " " " " " " " , .. , t." " Time . .tw deiehges. Who would have Ahought frty-ymin ago that Ireland o could by any posdsibility have a Catholic Lord Chancellor-4hat she wouald have a larg pro ponderance of agmbers in iarliament-a ma jority ef her Judges-profetliug thei samn ve grated faitht But a few brief years efore the j date specifed, the consienee-keeperItheAe.- b ereiga, Lord Keafoa, dbclared that no English King could sign the emanci...

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 January 1869

MOEImWe hAB A mD CATgOIm0L  a. NiEW OBLANs. BSUNDAY. JANUA 10so. 1ss. J'fe and Death d JUam, a d daat ofs. BY LIADY UR-S. On the 28th of June, O168, in sai od-fE house in Arlington str " to Edward, second Earl of Dwereatw , gave birth to a son and heir, who reeived t his ap. tihtbhe name of James. Onl one year pre. vioslr-the exiled king, James the Second, sad his quepn ,4he living at St. Gtmsbnbad been og d by the birth of aecild, t0 un .tuDntr pinee afterwards so well known un der the name of'the "Preteader," and whose sorrows and adventtreshavebeen thethmes of so many tales and ballads to this day. The terrible Penal Laws were-etill in force in lug land. Even so late as 1670,1700, and 173, fres statutes were enacted forbidding the education of Catholic children in their father's faith, sad condemning all who had aided or abettedinthe performance ofDivine worship, according to the rites of the Roman' Catholic Church, toheayy fines or perpetual imprisonment. This b'eig the stat...

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 January 1869

x.amSWe A- AiD CATh mOLIMmE NSW mrZ WB sUNDAYm . J&UABY 10. 15. " :" DO333110 CATHOLC TWTZLT.ICIKC lo last n Droose or prrr uoRaG. ohe,1 " duch Bishop Domene visited Browner J_ e he 1ast of December, an d i n the e-v ., .sdel v=stel. a Seredl'an interesting : tW as*ttontiye an ,edian ie..mposed o..e ft Protestants. anThe Th next day ho aetm . h. c_"- o .Co nfirtisoni to ahiUtt thirty persons.-c DiocEsea O P patDrZLPar 'Jea Tia f Bev. John F. Mellon, young priest o this id eDiaty ee ose.s smot *erod% the rY i hietco aief" Sa te n51 South oEighteenth street a, on St. hJobn selat th th it.,and thl fnerat tore took phlace frOut t. Patriok'a Church, at nine riose o'clok on the sWedtanesdy following. r an DIOcnE Oh Sndyw roxe-Sunday, the 27th of It December, was a greet day' among oar people, Rol because they witnessaed for the first time in our oly city, the elevation to the dignity of priesthood r de ofthdree Rev. ge Rev. Messrs. N.eJ. M its 0 Manus T C0. O r A, FC. McoeMnny. t...

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. — 10 January 1869

ZHOJDXG STAR AlD SAT.OLIO MaORGEB. iPUBLISHnD WEEKLY IB ite New Orleas OCatAoSe OubSA inP compano , at No. It9 Oravier treet. btssea Cm p  n a garazise streets. The Directors of the Company ares The Most Rev. Archbishop J. M. OrDI, President. Very Rev. N. J. -Pano, V. G., Vice President. Rev. ConaxLIUs MorNSlUa, Rev. T. J. KENNY, ReV. JEEMIAEI MOrYMAN; Mr. HUeGo IloCIOswar; Mr. JoHn MCCAuWr. Treasurer; Mr. T PITzIWlIAI, Secretary. Al oommuniceation are to be addressed to the edi for of The Meoae BSar and Oathoe .Messenger. Terms of subscption, Four Dollars per annum. Single oopies Ten Cents. Advertisements insertedat the rate of 61 00 per square, sigh ines, solid Nonpareil, constituting asquare. Ta lient advertlesmenta, having the rn of the paper. l- t insertion, $1 W0 per square; each subsequent inser. oMen 50 centsper-squae.- Advertisements inserted at intervals, to be charged as raw each insertion. Advertisments for a month or over will be inserted at a fixed discount, to le a...

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. — 10 January 1869

MORNING SaNT AiD OhAROL1C mBanNGRE. and Rwn OBLEANS. SIINDAY. JANUIARY 10. 169" REVIEW OF TEE WE$$. ade DaTnn oa GOue. RovssAut.-On Friday morn- we, ing our citizens were startled -by the an- 319 nouncement that Gen. Rousseau, commander of - this department, was dead. The preceding [ro Monday he was, apparently, in good health, ten and on New Year 'sday received a large number the of visitors with that pordial urbanity which the was a prominent ebaracteristic of the man. A All that. the best medal skill could accom- less plish, the care of devoted attendants, and the 0 unremitted devotion of his family-all were of joi. no avail. Fell death claimed its victim. Dr.. Lei Albers and Stone were in constant attendance the -the former remaining with the lamented de dconstantly during the last twelve or fifteen hours, in "hopeV of a beneficial change, that medical skill might improve. It was orderidt herwise, and Louisiana laments a i sincere friend, the nation a true patriot, and his famil...

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. — 10 January 1869

MRNamne BraR AND CaIm%,aU mfhUen. MEW ORLEANS, SUNDA ' JAIUtARY 10.188,. Cor.-. The Feniain - aptain" P. K. O'Brien, arrested some months ago for attackldng houses and carrying off-firearms, but who eseaped from Mallow Bridewell after committal for trial, was reeaptured on the evening of the 8th ult. in the neighborhood of Kanturk. He had gone to the house of a man named Lyons, at Carraragu,- near Moll Carthy's Bridge, and forcibly taken a gun, with which he decamped on i horse which he had stolen from a man named Timothy Buekley, of Lyre, riding in the direction of Mushra Mountains. The police followed, and eventually came up with the " Captain," and arrested him. On being searched ie was foind to have a single-barreled gun, a hors~pistol, shot-pouch, strap, and a Lox of pereussion cads. A correspondent of the Cork Arc iifurniarshes a liiig desrijption of the capture and subsequent efforts of O'Brien to escape. When he had been tied on a car for removal to jail, a crowd assembled,...

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. — 10 January 1869

vThis mLboixing w a olione o. in modeiate. Ts of ntaferinO. To;la its e To potition No.. fiate d whcht, att lcled tohe bel heth stiono. isin probe A . hta d compofion i mon d state a iah or ny .ther eonsnient man- wis o Fr h pao eH, hesriem ibes the anode that is noth adopte-ou ai large scale for peserving the "Th eggs quired for co-nsucmptii onfi ar. Into . a c roan f bosalie water sa cllasder con thin- says ng at dozen eggs is plunged, and kept in it ~or liwhi thin layer or f albunen, whrch, attac.hedto the relat interior of t~ie shell, constitutes an Imperme s-rl able lhihl~g. -vnew A TiFre paper has the following: In excava- , tionpeionly madre on the banks of the Koua, rA the Aragyo, the re mains of an ancient ci ty er " d hae been disoovered. - The tops of the ono e are covered -with a thick layer of eart. The Bi snppositio n is that the eatatriophe by w ehih abet the plaei ma enntfed ocrred two the ousatn r atsabout rhas -an hec - d " e people, about " the pae I, t rollema...

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. — 10 January 1869

AwwlM IA A ND ' i -ue m . N=W ORLEANS. SUrDAY. JA 3R, Y tl. S10. 1 W ow's_ Row. .th We understand that the Conference of St w] Theresa's Society of 8::'Vincent of Paul have w: actually coomem ned to repair thi building U alled the "Wi4epa' Row." A history of this If nbstitution would be more than we could give in the spaceat our disposal. But . fed wolds E or, at most, a few lines, will not be amies. We at learn that this building had been set hpart w. some years ago by the late Col. Maunsel White S as a home for poor widows. The generous n1 donor has passed away, it is to be hoped to re- lib ceive the reward of his charitable donation. so Ever since his death the place has been neglect- tt ed, and-to suecha extent, that it scarcely now tt affords shelter-ffom the inclemency of the bi weather. In this general neglect, all manner of poor, needy and destitute persons found ad- b, mission to that asylum. There might be seen In the good, the virtuous, the aged and the infirm -rendered s...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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