University of Notre Dame


1892 Aug.1
Katzer, Archbishop Fr(ederick) X(avier): Milwaukee, (Wisconsin)
 to Archbishop M(ichael) A(ugustine) Corrigan: New York, (New York)

Katzer calls attention to an article in the Review of Reviews by Father (John A.) Conway, editor of the North western Chronicle. Corrigan probably remembers what transpired at the St. Louis meeting where Katzer protested against any knowledge of and connection with the Luzerne conference and how Archbishop (John) Ireland, guilty as he was, stated that everything was all right. Still Katzer is put down as one who holds a first place among the enemies of this country. For himself, Katzer does not care what Ireland or his mouthpieces may say, but he does care about the opinion of the Episcopacy. He asks Corrigan's advice. Katzer never even heard the name of (Peter Paul) Cahensly before it figured in the American newspapers. Katzer was Bishop of Green Bay and tried to do his duty toward the many nationalities under his charge.

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1892 Aug. 1
Maurelian, (F.S.C.), Brother: Chicago, Ill(inois)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

According to request he sends photograph. He is sorry he has not exactly the kind Edwards wants.

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1892 Aug. 2
Celestine, (C.S.C.), Brother: Notre Dame, Indiana
 to (James F.) Edwards:

He sent to Mr. Cadwell for tickets, Buffalo to New York as requested. (P.S.) Edwards may be interested in a few changes. Father Walsh, president, Father Morrissey, vice-president and director of studies, Father Regan, prefect of discipline.

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1892 Aug.3
Guichainville, le Metayer de: New York, N. Y.
 to Henry F. Brownson: Detroit, Michigan

Guichainville thanks Brownson for his letter and mentions his good relations with Tarducci. The famous Harisse proves that one cannot be too prudent before publishing anything. He thanks Brownson for his interest and kind attention in his investigations on nobility. He also thanks him for the interest he showed in his son's collection of stamps. He informs Brownson that a committee has organized a Club of Columbus and that he has been instructed to form a Columbiana addition of the library. All is to be included except his autograph. This he is going to keep in this country and in the dark so that the lovers of things Columbian in Europe will not think of recalling this document to Europe. Beggert, his partner, has sold his business, therefore Guichainville would like to sell his own share. Guichainville asks Brownson if he knowns of a resourceful man who would take over the business. He cannot go to Chicago but hopes to meet Brownson in N.Y.

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1892 Aug.3
McDonnell, Bishop C(harles) E(dward) of Brooklyn: Saratoga Springs, (New York)
 to Archbishop (Michael Augustine Corrigan: New York, New York)

McDonnell encloses a clipping from yesterday's Sun, an editorial based on an article entitled "Cahenslyism versus Americanism," by Father John A. Conway of the Northwestern Chronicle. McDonnell came to Saratoga from Kingston. He saw seven or eight Brooklyn rectors at the hotel. The new rector of this mission is Father J(ohn J.) McDonnell, formerly of Whitehall, and his first appearance was well taken. McDonnell trusts the examinations went well.

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1892 Aug. 4
(Huebscher), O.S.B., Frater Leo: Mt. Angel, (Oregon)
 to Henry F. Brownson: Detroit, (Michigan)

Having lost by their conflagration of May 3 the Works of (Orestes A. Brownson), Frather Leo was able to get them again through a friend in Washington. He regrets that Brownson is not read more than he is. As soon as their means allow, he will call for another set of these volumes, which though not free from error are so full of honest search after truth, of genius, and of true manliness elevated to the plane of the supernatural order. How little do Catholics, and perhaps priests, realize the grandeur and beauty of their Holy Religion, so ably explained in Brownson's writings, not to speak of his great views on philosophy, literature and politics.

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(18)92 Aug.4
Katzer, Archbishop F(rederick) X(avier): Port Washington, (Wisconsin)
 to Archbishop M(ichael) A(ugustine) Corrigan: (New York, New York)

Katzer is sorry he cannot be at the meeting in Newark, as he will be almost continually absent from home until October 10. He will be home this week for about two days and will try to send his letter to Rome in regard to Father (John A.) Conway.

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1892 Aug. 4
Sharon, Fred ( ) B.: Davenport, I(ow)a
 to W(illiam) J. Onahan: Chicago, Illi(noi)s

Sharon asks about representation of dioceses at the Columbian Congress. Bishop Cosgrove would be pleased to have a member of his diocese read a paper before the Congress, especially since the diocese was not represented at Baltimore's Congress.

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1892 (Aug. 5)
Denvir, John: London, (England)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): Notre Dame, Indiana

Denvir is told that his book "The Irish in America" would sell well in America. He sends a copy for review in the Ave Maria. He signs as Chief Organiser, Irish National League of Great Britain.

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(18)92 Aug.5
Ryan, Archbishop P(atrick) J(ohn): Philadelphia, (Pennsylvania)
 to Archbishop (Michael Augustine Corrigan: New York, New York)

Bishop (Igna Frederick) Horstmann and Ryan are going to talk over matters. St. Paul (Archbishop John Ireland) feels the exposure of the Memorial and no doubt has inspired the Roman cablegrams. But the truth will come out. Ryan would have sent the papers in relation to the marriage case but the Iudex and Defensor are absent, and copies should be made before the originals are sent. He believes it better for the Bishop to be the Iudex in such a case.

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1892 Aug.6
Ford, Austin E.: New York, (New York)
 to Archbishop M(ichael) A. Corrigan: (New York, New York)

He has just been handed Corrigan's card and upon inquiry finds that the paper has been forwarded from the offices of the New York Freeman's Journal; the fault must lie with the Post Office people. Ford is sorry for the way things are being discussed in the daily press; if there is any way by which the paper or Ford can bring about a happier state of affairs, they are at Corrigan's command. The statement in the "Evening News" is untrue. He discusses a private charge made concerning Ford by Corrigan or someone at the Cathedral: that Ford was inimical to Corrigan personally because Corrigan refused to receive copies of the Irish World, sent by Patrick Ford. Ford is associated with Patrick Ford only by blood. Ford has again and again recorded himself in the friendliest manner to Corrigan. He, as an independent journalist, did not hesitate to favor Archbishop (John) Ireland's position in the School Controversy, because logically he felt the condemnation of Ireland's plan would be a condemnation of similar arrangements of Corrigan's. Ford merely stated that he endeavored to fulfill his duty as an individual and a Catholic editor inculcating respect for Corrigan as the guardian of souls in the archdiocese. Corrigan should judge him by his own words and not by what newspapers or sensational news-mongers may say.

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1892 Aug. 7
Dorsey, A(nna) H(anson): Washington, (District of Columbia)
 to Father D(aniel) E. Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Dorsey sends a statement from Murphy and Company. She does not believe she is being fairly treated. She was glad to see Charles Kingsley's words of reparation.

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1892 Aug. 7
McGovern, Thomas, Bishop: of Harrisburg, P(ennsylvani)a
 to William (J.) Onahan: Chicago, Ill(inois)

William McSherry, and John Coyle, two men whom the Bishop recommended as competent to read papers before the Columbian Congress, have received as yet no word from Onahan. Fearing that his previous letter may have miscarried, the Bishop writes again.

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1892 Aug. 7
Wolff, Geo(rge)D.: Norristown, P(ennsylvani)a
 to H(enry) F. Brownson: (Detroit, Michigan)

Wolff returns Brownson's manuscript and apologizes for his procrastination. He is shocked at the action of (Patrick L.) Quigley in plagiarizing from (Crestes A.) Brownson in his book "Mary the Mother of Christ in Prophecy", which is the title of the second edition of the book "Ipse, Ipsa, Ipsum" While at the same time Quigley does not steal from (John Henry Cardinal) Newman or (Henry Edward Cardinal) Manning. His procratination is due to his wish to check the details of this performance and to a flood of other work, accompanied by ill health. He urges Brownson to expose the robbery, for it is not too late.

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1892 Aug. 8
Dwight, Thomas: Nahant, Mass(achusetts)
 to W(illia)m J. Onahan: Chicago, Ill(inois)

Dwight's paper on "Pauperism" received. He thanks Onahan.

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1892 Aug. 10
(Monarch, Lamar) Dandy: Owensboro, K(entuck)y
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

Father has given up the trip to Virginia. Mother won't go. This is another invitation for Edwards to visit him. He will not write again.

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1892 Aug. 10
Stanfield, Flora L(ouise): South Bend, Indiana
 to Father D(aniel) E. Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

A receipt for $10.25 in payment for contributions to the Ave Maria.

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1892 Aug.11
McDonnell,Bishop C(harles) E(dward): Montague City, (Massachusetts)
 to Archbishop (Michael Augustine Corrigan: New York, New York)

McDonnell received (Corrigan)'s favor of the 6th, enclosing Harry's letter of July 29. Also forwarded was a letter from the Count, not only announcing birth of a son and heir, but asking McDonnell to be godfather. McDonnell was astonished to read the attack on (Corrigan) in the journals under cover of a cablegram from London. He was glad (Corrigan) called for publication of the memorial as this seemed to be the only response to be made. The refusal of Archbishop (John Ireland) to say a word plus other factors point to a change in the plan of campaign. Mr. Farren also thinks that the new departure is to provoke (Corrigan) into a reply. Farren also thinks Father (David S.) Phelan's attack is not worthy of notice. McDonnell expects to spend Friday night with (Corrigan). He saw Bishop (Francis) McNeirny, who was in bed, but seemed to be in good condition. The Goessman family sends best wishes and respects.

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(18)92 Aug.11
Seton, W(illiam): Tours, (France)
 to Monsignor Robert (Seton: Jersey City Heights, New Jersey)

Isabel (Seton-Jevons) and family may come to Tours this week. T(h)om(as) Lee is probably now in England. In the "Freeman" there is something about Archbishop (John) Ireland and a stolen document connected with the school question. It may only be an Irish shindy. If Robert ever comes to Tours, he must visit the Chateau of Azay-le-Rideau, owned by the Marquis de Biencourt, where there is a fine portrait of Maria Regina Scotorum. Tom Lee arrives in New York about September 5.

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1892 Aug. 11
Sharon, Fred( ) B.: Davenport, I(ow)a
 to W(illiam) J. Onahan: Chicago, (Illinois)

Sharon states that his brother, E. M. Sharon, has been selected by Bishop Cosgrove as representative from his diocese. His brother is extremely able and is a frequent contributor to the columns of the "Catholic Messenger" of which Fred Sharon is the Publisher.

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(18)92 Aug.12
Angela, (O.S.U.), Sister: (Cascade, Montana)
 to Father D(aniel E.) Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

Mother has been compelled to move into a new unfinished building which she put up trusting to government support. Now this has failed. Hudson's was the first offer of help in many days. Sister begs Hudson to keep it strictly confidential. Bishop (John Baptiste Brondel) and the Jesuits object to publicity as far as (Thomas J.) Morgan and the government are concerned.

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1892 Aug. 12
Hart, Alice M. (Mrs. Ernest):

Report of the meeting of the Irish Industrial Village Committee composed of Peter White, Lady Aberdeen, and Mrs. Hart concerning the raising of funds for an exhibit of the Irish Industries Association and Donegal Industrial Fund at the World's Columbian Exposition. A statement as to the Negotiations and Agreement between the same parties and an opinion on the liability of the parties attached. (In Group V folder.)

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1892 Aug.12
Katzer, Archbishop F(rederick) X(avier): Milwaukee, (Wisconsin)
 to Archbishop M(ichael) A(ugustine) Corrigan: New York, (New York)

Archbishop (John) Ireland refuses to do anything in the matter. If Corrigan should refuse to make Father J(ohn A.) Conway take back what he said, Katzer considers the matter serious enough to refer to Rome. Katzer has concluded to write to Rome.

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1892 Aug. 13
Hayes, Mary Venette: Chicago, (Illinois)
 to William J. Onahan: (Chicago, Illinois)

Hayes sends Onahan some circulars. At Mrs. Henrotin's request she also encloses a copy of the Secretary's report of the meeting of July 13. She has prepared it from memory and asks to be able to alter incorrect statements. (No enclosures.)

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1892 Aug.13
McHugh, Father R(ichard) J.: St. Albans, V(ermon)t
 to Father D(aniel) E. Hudson, (C.S.C.): Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

Many have been urging McHugh to collect in book form his sketches on the Tyrol-those that appeared in the Record and the Ave Maria. Hudson's advice will be his beacon light. He asks what it would cost to bring it out. McHugh gives a list of the sketches.

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1892 Aug.13
Waters, John Francis: Ottawa, Canada
 to Father Joseph H. McMahon: New York, (New York)

Waters sends a notice of a set of lectures prepared by himself to McMahon as Chairman upon the recommendation of Father J.H. Conroy of Ogdensburg. He hopes that some or one of the lectures will be acceptable for the Summer School. One of the lectures is about a poem written by his brother.

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(18)92 Aug.14
(Sands), Louis (Joseph): Camden, M(ain)e
 to Monsignor Robert (Seton: Jersey City Heights, New Jersey)

(Seton) should take a few days holiday or his next six months' duties may break him down again. Yesterday (Sands) received the C(atholic) W(orld) which has an excellent article by Will(iam Seton). There are many nice people at the hotel from Philadelphia, Washington and New England. Some of the girls are very pretty particularly one from Augusta, also one from Cambridge.

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1892 Aug. 16
Maher, Father W(illia)m: Hartford, Conn(ecticut)
 to (James F.) Edwards: (New York, New York)

He is glad Edwards will come to New London but he fears he will not be able to meet him as they will have a silver celebration for Father Patrick Mulholland. He asks Edwards to spend Friday with him. He is sure in Mr. O'Neill's hands Edwards' stay will be most agreeable.

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1892 Aug.17
Gibbons, Cardinal J(ames): Baltimore, (Maryland)
 to Archbishop (Michael Augustine) Corrigan: (New York, New York)

Gibbons thanks Corrigan for his congratulations and for his hospitality on the occasion of the coming meeting in New York. Gibbons has already accepted an invitation of Major Keiley but may probably spend the night following the meeting at Corrigan's house. The discussions at the meeting are not restricted to the point indicated in the letter to Propaganda. Gibbons may mention the question of Odd Fellows. If they cannot substantially agree, he thinks it should be referred to Rome. The petition to the Holy See to substitute the office of Trinity for the Sunday office is not granted, but they are referred to a form which grants more than they ask for.

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1892 Aug.17
Strack, Jane: Lake Placid, N(ew) Y(ork)
 to Father (Joseph H. McMahon: New York, New York)

McMahon said in his letter of July 5 that he did not know why she sent $2.50. She was told that the badge cost 25 and she sent it for 10 of her friends. One was a child and some were not Catholics. She asks McMahon what to do about it. She also asks about receiving Holy Communion every month.

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1892 Aug. 18
Bonney, Charles C.: Chicago, (Illinois)
 to William J. Onahan: (Chicago, Illinois)

Bonney thanks Onahan for the reprint and clipping on the work of the Countess of Aberdeen for the World's Fair; and the action of Archbishop Janssens directing a religious celebration on Oct. 12, and a civic one on the 21st. Bonney has spoken with leading Lutherans on the Church Celebration of "Four Hundred Years of Progress." The Lutheran thinks the Church Journals of all the denominations would spread the reports of the celebration throughout the world in a beneficial way. Bonney hopes to confer with Dr. Barrows, and to write to Archbishop Feehan.

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1892 Aug. 19
Bonney, C(harles) C.: Ch(ica)go, (Illinois)
 to W(illiam) J. Onahan: (Chicago, Illinois)

"Please call at earliest possible moment Important"

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1892 Aug. 20
Flour (?), L( ) L.: Chicago, Illinois
 to (William J.) Onahan: (Chicago, Illinois)

Ever since the Moral and Social Reform Committee has been organized, Mr. Shortall has been ill, and has given the writer a carte blanche to use Shortall's name in any matter. Onahan is not asked for labor, but for advice. No charitable and philanthropic representation can be made that does not include Catholic work. There are some Catholic women on the Committee, but they seem unable to assist. He asks Onahan's aid. Bonney will send a formal notification if Onahan accepts.

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(18)92 Aug.20
(Ireland, Archbishop John): St. Paul, Minn(esota)
 to (Austin E. Ford: New York, New York)

(Ireland) received (Ford)'s letter relating (Ford)'s conversation with Archbishop (Michael Augustine Corrigan). As (Ireland) has never discussed with a journalist his relations toward a brother prelate, he does not wish to do so now. (Ireland) hopes that (Corrigan) has not taken to himself words spoken by (Ireland) in an interview concerning the copy of the Memorial. The words of (Ireland)'s interview were most general and could be accepted only as applying to statements heretofore made to the public. (Corrigan) makes the statement that he received a copy from a distinguished ecclesiastic, and (Ireland) transfers blame to that ecclesiastic. (Ireland) hopes (Corrigan) will not the refuse to give the name. (Ireland) maintains that the memorial was a private document. Doubtless (Corrigan) did not realize that, and (Ireland) exonerates him fully. (Ireland) knows exactly the number of copies he sent out and not one was sent to America. He does not desire that this letter be published.

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1892 Aug. 21
(Nester?), Eliza(beth): Sault Ste. Marie, Mich(igan)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

A letter from the Soo will bring back recollections of last year. Edwards must come up. They shot the rapids again. They walked up to the famous church and nearly broke their necks on the loose boards.

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1892 Aug. 22
Weadock, Thomas A. E.:
House of Representatives, Washington, D. C.
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

In Edwards' favor of May 14, he asked for his photograph to accompany the sketch of Father Richard. He encloses the photo and also a photo of the tablet and inscription on Father Marquette's monument in St. Ignace.

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1892 Aug. 23
Pallen, Conde B.: St. Louis, (Missouri)
 to Henry F. Brownson: (Detroit, Michigan)

Pallen encloses (George D.) Wolff's letter, and he will have received by this time copies of the last issue of Church Progress containing his published letter exposing (Patrick F.) Quigley's plagiarism. Brownson's indignation is most natural, and Pallen is glad to be of service in laying bare the fraud. Wolff's procrastination was rather prolonged, but Pallen's experience with the Quarterly Review people has been similar, for they have had a manuscript of his for two years. Quigley's bold impudence is beyond comprehension: to plagiarize bodily from Dr. (Orestes A.) Brownson, especially in this country, is to defy Catholic intelligence.

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1892 Aug. 24
Caffery, May: La Crosse, (Wisconsin)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

She inquires if Edwards received the "Catholic Telegraph". She can see no reason why he didn't.

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1892 Aug. 24
Jannet, Claudio: Paris, (France)
 to (Henry F. Brownson): (Detroit, Michigan)

Jannet still hopes Brownson will come to Europe for the Columbus centenary and will be happy to entertain him, not forgetting his own reception in Detroit. He asks for news of Brownson and congratulates him on the honor received from the University of Notre Dame. He has heard nothing of ( ) Barnard and was unable to see him in New York. His own health is good and hope to have another trip to the U. S. in a few years. He is much interested in Archbishop (John) Ireland's position on the school question.

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1892 Aug.24
Wood, Hamilton: Rome, (Italy)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

(Ella B.) Edes told him Hudson would like an article on Padre (Francesco) Denza and his work. Wood has written the article. Denza, who is a friend of Wood, gave him several notes for it.

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1892 Aug.25
d' Invilliers(?), Adelaide: Germantown, (Pennsylvania)
 to Father Joseph H. McMahon: (New York, New York)

Looking over the Tabernacle Society books she finds that McMahon is in arrears since 1890. The September Annals comes out that week and she asks him to look at it. Archbishop (Patrick) Ryan and Bishop (Ignatius) Horstmann have given permission for exposition of the Blessed Sacrament for one or more hours and they are going to ask the same from other Bishops. She is sure that McMahon will say a good word for them.

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(1892?) Aug.25
Schreiber, Ellis: Oxford, (England)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Schreiber is sending a short story entitled "A Bouquet of Roses". He has obtained several subscribers to the Ave Maria.

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1892 Aug. 26
Ascension, Mother M.: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)
 to J(ames). F. Edwards:

Father General (Edward Sorin, C.S.C.) is once more returning from the jaws of death. Sunday he suffered from hemorrhage of the brain; the blood gushed from ears, nose and eyes. Three doctors performed an operation. The affairs of the Sisters (of Holy Cross) are going from bad to worse The French capitulants left Wednesday. Father (Peter) Franciscus (C.S.C.) is going with them to bring the decrees of the chapter to His Holiness. Franciscus is replaced by Father (A.) Dion (C.S.C.) of Canada as Proc. General. Father (William) Corby (C.S.C.) is appointed 1st Assistant General retaining the office of Provincial. She thinks they elected a successor to Sorin in the event of his death within six years, but the name will not be made public.

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1892 Aug. 26
Fendrich, Laura Gertrude: (Evansville, Indiana)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

She has not had time to write Sister Sophia of her engagement and only wrote Mother Ascension yesterday. They are to be married Oct. 13. They are in a rush redecorating their house and asks Edwards to defer his trip until three weeks later. They are anxious to have Edwards come.

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(18)92 Aug.26
Kelly, Marie H.: Paris, (France)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Kelly forwards the engraving of "The Meeting of SS. Dominic and Francis" and a head of Christ. She also sends a copy of Chartran's "Leo XIII". Next week Kelly will send four short articles.

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(1892) Aug. 28
Shea, Isabel: (Elizebeth, New Jersey)
 to (James F.) Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Yesterday she sent Edwards the package of manuscripts he loaned her father and also manuscripts of the "History". Edwards should let her know if they reach him safely.

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1892 Aug.31

Crosscup and West Engraving Company Philadelphia, (Pennsylvania)
 to Father D(aniel) E. Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Indiana

They send a proof of a small plate just made on paper. Hudson is asked to state in his order the price quoted for the 10,000 prints.

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1892 Aug. 31
Parks, C. Wellman: Troy, N(ew) Y(ork)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

He asks Edwards to subscribe to a catalogue put out by the American Liberty Association.

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