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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 April 1870

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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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 April 1870

-' leel tin praies o , westward, with I, and around the l scattered over its ýashics pesentinsg alandscape phasing l and in many instances truly a;and, s its western shore is ilbed by the waters of the Gulf of Mexico -It being for a distance of eighty miles up the bayou in many. places but a few miles Yo the salt water--it is needless to say that ,the climate is delightful and salubrious. 'The soil is good-in fact, rich-being on 'the east side. of the bayou-a light clay, -with a mixture of sand and alluvion, show iin in some localities, and along the banks ofthe stream itself, evidences of havini been once laved by the waters of thbo Red lSiver, while on the westit is heavier, being i~e .lades qis. a.tit. For production, how ever, 3t is emoeluent, .and yielis I .p lsiamee every variety f rop grown JaSonth earae LouisiaA. The lower portion of the eteaem has uipon its banks some of the finest eug.restates to be seen in the eauntry, 'while Tie upper portion is more devoigd to 'eole, w...

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 April 1870

x;la, lam. th deba p, ith Bwit a statye ini Ot a de dto is the etnotp to if ,n. rius Irii.h mlwtS ;pervabes vane-l h laittses, at north anda e ot. Irsia himericappew said th e power se a e arc. a :f the S3t1osise Protestantue br drling the Saxon in O tbe description of injos tLe k WiuLe this country I.bors, is the tna i oe tbhe. jris neither thbee it hbe4ictrlbntd to inspire the people wltbj.4Ahnt praofoemi dlstrupt of the law -whiff so.ua py a feature of the pe 'e t pervadesof nearly eierlap cas.t, west, north and. so ~ cwe h confer the power oei of the oi e Protestanf SfeHowdfrma portion ofhe teblood this nehibitin of ither the same tb e thermselves. of Parliament - ico iu ytbeeen co stan orth th"s is e in ster, inot notoriouslye on em'~* t ot.iieen convicted tfo Ther any eielbae. owotldit th e other dafor wisel .is tbhraesre inftlihbox. They share asbtion ats Dralo sad apps aul the bloodthint ehibition of them. in whey would in tIe saiOrne cprisonces do the amebrugthing thems...

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 April 1870

W es r and atlic .eu en r a"is ai. D. D. of easag K.o, o iro;te te absnae b *g looso ne be heO t h · Tiesr ntt am emberos L Y~.oft thi lmaugiu- BIe a he b me d " ntre, it wa s s Sc S sonvl ntsnm ut ero lateer, We Eil eihe 'Mitlean K OsaB l khe epi reel doi e loation in the be> U o ll ew i was Verl y o Itin fohe asoi q o~epr ulaon~s oing thHi het 0 payss s erpt ovler. L sh properity of the lower portion ol the oio city. Tc h oentre of b aies, ot activit y, ~ n e, a evdently moved avets the f te ew Cam , aprfseeut in fores, to V Ifth ad eul th dsetrct, it i evidenAt thatlO toe otrug owlede t of the fytarithsi itssc aove o fth e lo w to oftrhese ia thre. oig oreaend morelnoonvenient ofac eat, iOn account of the universal facility , of oach side of the rcivert wo par, sii e proximity to that natural centre a aois tra itme taneh whoulad bpermit. St. Patri o ll a o huah being peeuliarly adapted, from its te e location and noble style of archtere, tove ahi a selectied for the Arehibih...

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 April 1870

Morni Sta atholi ss g .. . slii aTao; on, afr . .t - D3Ars OWAS R3~i~a si35.--DI UNotre Damela l aess, Mairek 15 ,'Slhter Steals * landa q S. Dhl tbba 'twentluth year of heisgeaid.end of er religions profesD, > p yife tie .degeasead ei preased an ardes deass to onsecrate :her vednges :rejoie., she lhhae seventeenth Y ear, le . world whose ,elights euld not sati-sfy- ti- -on of her., otsoul, nid more g wijr t ng word., ad . dresss b, , i- .j sw to heror orow. lag Wi t:p:ue. ~. rleatds :on her oet a:. To' devote herself to God in the entrust I of e r,,:to ister 8tanislaus renomlhds the lei ru entors of her father's house, h ed' * would have been the Ad1, nad the allarehmebts of soeiety, to which she would have been an ornament wisly preferring th glorious privilege of r a sponse of. Obrist to the inconstant smiles of a deceitful world." - Death found her as her post, imparting to the dear little ones entrusted tof her charge 'those lessons of I love sl-e d r elaio learned s...

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 April 1870

S tand t re. "C - - - "  :' -;--5~------I~~-Sin~ - - . .I lCii -.'Ihe lli.f lent Crome have, under tlh _ai_ dirseieaat the municipality of Florence, n- I eovaWed4*lstze aiais of the frescoes of Oh- trae marde ptaruiua, and another artist supposed to be the lsoMela da Peaiealeislthetaslani at a lshp, whiA had already d ap in the S. i ti o Vamr, though he _speakahelg _ . tll-~~a tradition., The ffrescoes W .ea . .mvi"rithb hitewssh, and out to pieces $o Z16 asahe troxi fbr cumbrous monuments. St.r. a * Inaltingpermit4wo orlewme otn bivw g- l of Abtesy St. Niholas respeotkalbo dad tefote he was ompellmtd tosee leave in censequence of hisshan tith tbtrnl " CReOpi is 1378. T obei Slt shob sire with oaveuttis its t in thiee nom into wbich height watl o the wall is i his cofn ieii@ s1 at the f toe sand in thelowest is we thengels 'whoMa.bearing the`o f iit . Hermit Is e tUeal. The fescoes }itsh elef St. Dam otU ,l a- t three thi cwl h I'Mmon tbh lu tations out ets t Whey re Mnuch hq...

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 April 1870

- e4 ,;;ý>; Ait : ý7ý .. . ..- · i i 1e o tone of hise r w ,iM E Wis a  ongt h, 1o5i- s I .•.rt 7es. "Ple twice W -' r ma  bswpoo fiddler. A e therwI onieh - uas orserbt theds . teacShe ofo:,n of his usion, .Cannot sem.tatione byh moherd mos ; was d of g tom the rer. "Wond-dress etof adot one asked. "newlyse ted pastoro asharsw.bi-*. 1.5*1 welhsem "The Lord ; .ppe b ....hit st in l if , wito s ner te visrited a w..e 1a bot somio vn eihe wentouc - w - ", rig i6h u ieasurespo ac ormsell If I over the boiler, ; if in the abistrate unfYou ror very sortupid, nate Pike to a cou h-s whoolmaster o lithtle equst that he "as like scraper atoneyn tdo they do etual ure him of his stpidity has been fo"Whyr _thy feed him moreed kok him lews," auid y tht r ehsti., " iMy brdders, utd -a , wagi h darkey to in owd, "in all sa Mition, in b ob youthr troubles to oie t e.hs .e His question, whio o fol to as ps er d a , nr"Mothern e replied, rolling Sslainmwher wouhile itin hisgo pupis, was Ms...

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 April 1870

-ames "esa tbhfipow -A 6pet Fl --$e-In the House of 'Com umse 1s .bahrlsey aced the Chief Sece- ~ter -ireland, what steps government havtakaes , -or td to tke for the pr ' e Sta . Clare s Fenfso Orphanage, Hsreld's-: r ~gblli," and one draw afprites of which is announced to takb plaea ae the 17th and 18th instant T Mr. FO~rpee was ashamed to say he +++' ii-;-,' ep.f the important evpnts to S...  #tdiafirh Dubln, on thie 17th arid 18th pet pt pe, wlapb, but slane. tbhHo.~ . es.berhad given his notlic bi~hl taken Simesas to asges what tbb 'a'tire of such events were._ He found a sort of bazaar lwaso ab eld: h+Ion-1t'fi' l +a6tan Cath. .... .Ie4 pra hundre4 a.aodd orphan it4 That A i, a oence o wuich - .' lu.rdam a ee =ýte : Wether con 3m to law or nO Q _ld not say, but bat beosd the same question had been- ed - " ·s -I""i cl"ifdes " Irish rSVeram 'M- " decislon vauiably amrived . e' " was, that it was mot the the government to interfere - tahe .-;These charitable lotteries ad o...

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. — 17 April 1870

.e .•.r, "-. ý <F -T T. ,M .* " e-. xý. ,. '-P7° - "- - -g I '"; y, y .ý 5eý, " . b." .I, r.«~ý',~~~,.. ' . ... !' 'ý td, .y, ,",3«y _ i _. +ý,'4 t. / . - -JA ,a ~ f 'ý'Ti L t . ,,a' " . _ - .: ,Ti w " ,S o .-.Yu L rRýr '""'- o :ý..,, mot.,~e .. . . .. . .. .. " " - on m, a 1r ]]1o ý'. "+, 1. S':! _.. --- ý. u) b T'.a ýýr'NG i'4;4nc TIDINGSý Or 600D q,.GSI •" ofgamacfr bi - - - - 0R... .k . .n .- ..e s. else ttott AW*,aqt boe g... "u ay . t e t " H O W B EA U T IE JL A R B T IfE FE E T O F T H E T B R I G G L A D TIDI G S O G O O T HI G S . I. .. . . l l. c +. . ... rt Iuak. ;. ', Y!o: :^ý", . "v . . - :t d- NE ORLEANS, AY MORNING. APB.ILe. 17, ";! , ring 4tar d' C o MDid 4t- 1, r70 . jo ButR .,ej y i. ~ a SUNDA Y ax o r r ewe a sob bne lod o ~ p. .~ n bs r and' Catholic Messea wr. hfseU ,,PM taso- ari tsteon > et ers amo a oolrled lord am le. bleedss' two, hears what sad ea *+ oma se. w dawn, wmith bledia5 harit its . m S .a wseh yearning thiosg am thde. Jd5 'e"...

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. — 17 April 1870

a lrey oat roeltoare to of osr n oewith. I dt ph ofthetraments of Or tt had bees usedma -ý 13were inu -ve .t.de tlpsineatod ofn rn th vrlanu e withnr - ""- " od ain the srntI.t'iog an -. tV rsma ons of other confessors , drtor that head been usedilifng siebamnt of such treasures Sogl delineato sortions of a s of eiat of wthe "- >r b.__ nl eg of the l rear bu t the o 'a ilel wasird ag ust the lease sam, h e dto u ope to. e 'cIte n t t61 e nstse e tsad if othe G foeebt a atni t seo and ' lueatdwes rppdrb ton tr flast na. n . !~cityab ee olf exile, te on wiat he ame to due to. seek a 4pr nestI whoslotM l dev ote themselves It~fa bHer in regn parts. Oned .l in view ' tp form aet nativeo .W ome rlenea that thing soli lent with this deslgn wo Bliahops were In 1668 au•ed Vicars- toli (or-China, and forn Seh dqinntha -d Tonquin united. everal gahpriests began esse.bling young men t f nthe minary. Thcauisse opened on the eqsuespot theotnow exists, ir 16i3--that isI . a.e . its arigitor ...

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. — 17 April 1870

i: " Y..eV. .t}7e .1-. deth o thOdales den M talmbes va ad ^ , t ae oto lele 4% billon, 6. odn tif t-l i. I4eal tr e d.1 opea ',F aber. 'ea C-th er meuende t oleeg.and to he de 1 no o b uda;lo ..s .Abp 'oal! itht,9iimbkn i this teasaid tbe-haope;"a oegret loatnr ha beeolie a bm  hhe ya, h.kb iobl, iy ..eisuit hO nmo, "~ lopalteudithe , _ ofn.  "lnoey,-,.th.e ior" or, t sdo: ii soeh tl ihe a 'oi ..r i v  nAja his eldest ,will oon :M't c(~asyu the lVamoA on t e trulyeCa tiolie-*idpleb, ts. has ever defended. The Ppe sent his Wlum isblebsang~to M. de Riancy e.his dealt bet, and the Conate de Chainbord 'tellraphedd sait and moet adfectiopato adieu T idzltll-Te s•lna flight took place yeeter 4 e. , at C paagna, near Magliana, which 1 willi gie- idea of the looclity to English I el6 e :It is on the old road toCvlita I Vecehia, the Via Aurelia, and the ground was remarkably well choien. bhe weather was 1 sungy bat eool, owing4he high north winds, Ibd-the moanstaa i backonnd of s...

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 April 1870

:. / R t . . . - i S ' rý' a5 neatger "e .3T OBI? TR DIOCM IO 01 NW Stri alate the followaing from Le Pro Stb emord lass heard our pMyrs ---wthat our holy and wll-, e ".oi p feeli·ng hi strength diminish, S b"i asled from the Sovereign PntifL co on whom, in all omodence, he a -4e burden of the episcopacy. T "Isle priest whom r an presentea h  recommende by' all the Bishops Provines, by al the Archbishops of i tid atd Stt ad tied for by all the of~it diouias HYAsiding towishes .s nanimo sit. pyers so priing, the' Sovereign PontR1,las you already know, and as we asnnounce to you offeially to day, has appointed Mgr. N. J. Perche, hihertoVI 'OeC ertal and Adminlstrator of the , Bislop of Abdera, o parti ls, sd Coadjutor of Mgr. st of succession. ' to in thanking the Lord for e has granted to us. For d t one we all desired, a "who has for us all he the man the the flock entrusted .d teslhins, so profound, me ioL anas anlo, and by the 4of iM virtues a man who by the " his Jbudgment,...

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. — 17 April 1870

#i E *%Ps` LWa, the yam Y 0~ r Ltnribern Binevo Ai As atian, and' the Rev. ..The sqitu- _, rater' agrees. to coply with tbir rwat,; and wil iibiiWhii lecture on the aboe subject Tuesday net, the 19th int., In the National, Tbetret ' The subjest is an interystfng one atany time, but mree partlnlaly so at pregent, and we know naoody mereespable of doing fhll justice --to _ tis Father Elyna. ;.The notice of the letu,'however, has reached as ap so late a moment, thatwoe have neither time nor space to-ay what might otherwise be appropriate. o' weer, thode who got the leoture will not ' aw ase ad Or Otasmox,-There will beameet inm" T mssee d evenangext, mth Iastnt, at helfpast mU°n 'dsek atn Mbast" sHal, on CIto street, between Prytn amd . Chres sea ts, the olest of which is to arained hbech of the lbernian Association In the perish t'l. Theres. ' aimsnadombttat the meetaing Will be fully at. -. 9 a- o an o that the Irish Ca * theli a tt p O whenever they undertake any wrk, pamtty pull...

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. — 17 April 1870

Our Irish s stutweel are filled, alnost to tht, a oaeverytihing else, with 'the test of ' the eai bill, speeches on the same, ratdeielmtts of the presk. It is natural -thug uAttw -whibh s nearly affects Irish rights sboik~6 heorb the public mind. To give even r siii65ay of these details, would All pajes t, ar sheet. On this pll important jneasgte thib lbear's Jorvsai says : Our contestpereries have great.iofuence in the oatyy, and are buithened with a propor. Ueonetwseptseaibillty. Though naturally irri tated.at the nlimited power over their notion .which t,e law copfers on the Executive, prm dence " e trust, will prevael, and so Qppor tunity will be afforded to extinguish or sue. ped al snagle Irish Aournal. They cry out in Bugiand for mereieess rigor. They:make no distnotion. They would see with delight every .sNattoi list' Journal sup pessed.. olopart of -h4le bill glyes snuh .stistactlon as the .lanses which aniiiat their extinction. To defeat the consummation of so man. sepir...

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 April 1870

one's watokh. w*e:e.. a .su a1ae ,take a by. A"n-old la of . emsa*l .e ,lnke ih auacep~bleto odd thatabe. Wba't even use A _e e omplained dno taid, "A4t this * ie of-teie ty; add ofen m m y - I i p. OIIIOnpt. knowt wht _ eirt, qe be when he has - to re p ,sahs spnaene. A Sietinppaesnmtion an individual tb+ls, iwb.. _ .l,his . ds-so fervemtl Ina pprrayter t .s eau's. he m .L + eopels wen. '"hes citeiiat ol box I passed round." " raude sellu*b b-tIole btitodn be tbade thit t~led ýwasn't au *m'; "cthe-g Bearded lady wasn't bare 'A mi;ita ofIr' boasts,. through the papers, thatl his men " would rally at the ? o4fl_ the. dram.,. Perhaps they would raully;tilL more promptly at the tap of a tavern. fYoe con do anything, if you only have , slaen ac .sid an old uncle, who had made asfestnae, to a nephew who had nearly pent one -"water banbe carried in a sieve IPyoWu a wait tillifreezes." . "'Ifw, my child " said a schoolmistrese "I ~ yoa will be d, so that I shall :1,.o wh ip y n...

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 April 1870

at bee $emnt t c as we obwtelB last ..meU. -tom o a-a hat i - hfoowt furm S cnelsts willshortl be redueed wbp will certainly not v e e anathemas of t ale of Pqsth al rc e I it is fter stated in th le byi Iatestm and s * berIethe bilhty of doas oahch the Cainto two cama o °b dea t, wil-i hobthi . by t bersk S iMeseeptia ofl hery emall uambe of . P tewh se apt likeIy to return to their .... llj eause the clergay land tepUdiateodGallieandoctrnie . We  oie to hear that the uolitary French o yed t~.ap olen condemnatisns pro Spon at person by so many of hisn - enerable has retracted his letter. "The of S Broe," as the Oter vof Mila, rn to the in p on. h olyather received himotl bethat ru. will abortly rie a publiny Proof of the.eget w h he themals on of the of a letter wrten in a oment of Irreeth tion a ld agast will. The handino God Vandmore plaly mfther seated." I Is no tbecanee the Sovereign Pontif e the evidence of this ynthi and confides an the oly n aimt iuence of he that hoe r...

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. — 24 April 1870

I'F4 i%*~ I'~ 4-.ZI / i.·. ~-A I - - . · -. rc ·· ~ . .t .... -F ~ * *4. /Ub Monsu- awcabUIi * e~h.Ihi~. 1· tel .t wy~e ; tJ·A du'oi ·mEusv 4, r i ____·· -r +T'1 LC*i·CI) inee-le 1 ine. ___.EWBAUIU R H 310 TE HTBIGGA IDNSO QDTIG! W~M~Il.___1~E ORLAKS SU~DAX MOJIN, ARIL34, 870 NhW1*E·' Star avd Catholic Messenger. *eitanls Zii AT. APRiL r s sl te THBB JlR TZUWI PRAYER. Wk ie the elru g . r unl o une. Fla the ebaaedsesy. we bnhr..din Ma x,_ hry-m.od ean. the awe. hihss tht prand hm mem. unto asaher, 01 - ,rand ess the air aglow. icthe the eltes cathdrl slmh eag, S I eard msere Mteru gI r mying w m t eshemn eigg a  -psel. ` e aed r toght. of . Pau line'sr I breaa. msaet.ly desiredr the iformo which 1-4"my sdia soul WM rv. Andto ive a m higsa te rv ew with Dr. S. .T thee nLewte L emal Gates rang, both Set.owmato died of beher doubts ead. to A sthe nge came from u the omy pirit e seere. Od n ter otms amd, to he nid to permit ca opportu aty of AsOe. r it t to pbes saimprotved, abd he fea...

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. — 24 April 1870

ran meeting was held on alt. at the Theatre Royal, Liver totakhelat. coustderation the Eduea ~b~lllbefePar~lament. Mir. Magulre. .i, Cork, misdea masterly speech on, the conclusion of w romom r - - 1 uaI had. not 'same oconvkiion on this subjec aI a It was not forced-iu tu ait su been byvisit which n .IMd the . nul of an the "whag is called the di Amelea;s but I . sy this:. Som f arsHt the bast the have con • ,stlops mndd + de 'tiWttlleetual taunti st otiersndoftfefiei l es £ ta: amen for mesre sue odd than with any ulterior or t Maniy an Irish father told was ard to rear up children in t it was more hard when those t4nAthe puic schools. in emndent, they were be ht -b tlwie stia Brothers, onuge4tksaheSipael e of his as a ale was aq easonor to x': ieb and arip to hls ppareus in ^'tg!C' T° hearu h e "not . si- imah.trn-c ajbgtt en olietobedetormined. But first p~-that the Catholics of them Irish, and a vast ontim of themp from that wonderful 4.-ar making most gigantic ef- 1 sctb...

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 April 1870

*sts ,mSoM _ ' urt s of th %Pn e yo w fr •ý R. edidi 'to 'tI to defeat Sý o.r with. : 4m, d. adversed to o ig + aidh to hat so long asthe prriet or eradicatea4ra h hat of c he Perl M t'm -iThe Ie the hour fores {iels hi s whae h the Norther ecq#ea sl c es proscribe men v b r keping up so vigor-ice a  s n whichead to dofen them muach longer. A Bill for I repeal, r brought l e Mr. Johnsto, of Ballykir t beg, s " 't£was res sa ledok agwith te consent at the Govnernment While the Orngemen are thus to be Mr Ike Hi advet to t fe em resiat the· eonsid er gallnding, w easure is to be brought in to put a e a tory. e This new Coercion ilooL tis sbe ingduoed bortly after Easter. Ioes dg, a sated by Mre . Forteecue, is "to ted~rln powers to the Government foril ealg with proeradicate arin Ireland every tere and under allgaint ciah te orthern angd been in thave been kepingof thep so tigor ousll a in previous, and whch they so often trampledt, arupon defereiantly, is not to the O'nnel them mu...

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. — 24 April 1870

w w -oo rea. . . A wDamn 'osa L acr ona .- the Sith inst., at 7 o'elock, Dr. AnLerdon willdeliver a le ,t.,PatripkkChaurdb 'The asteet will be " The Pope'S Ieam. wa, aa te General coidQ ," tcularlyr interesting at the'ptas S4 which we thln :fd tS~i ni d oeetorrpe logqeat preacher e ill do T.e leetkbils laended fdrt.he bes i lt of o. Merqy f bsle iu, t, o of -isa sl hooa to rs-*ssb* 1b a ege and fee aii.abiekh were destroyed in the bom beadumet et that city. It Will not beb6r t sters, to the long Sattention which they had a and the-education of the poor, added the devo they attended the sick, the ing dnrlethe terrible iss. The object '1 be given, the Swith the subject, ogusvinabed lecturer .....iS . ett. draw as'immense * berlieve, will be the last mat . will ever bave an oppor 'tity b g from the Rev. Dr, An deirdon. CmUNCo or THa IMACULArTE CONCEP szox.--We oderetand that the Jesaits' Church was never mere' crowded, since it _ audmtepesemd,than it wasat the last Masa 'jnAndayy last,...

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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