pg 62 manner equally touching and eloquent by the erection of the Group of the celebrated group of Our Lady of the Seven Dolors given to F. Seven Dolors Sorin by Mr. Dubuguay of Paris. A little later the same chapel was enriched by the Forty Hours, which made of this little enclosure the treasury and centre of all the spiritual privileges and goods of the community. It was thither that the pious visitors of the house were in preference taken; and there the Bishops of Detroit, Milwaukee, and Cincinnati celebrated holy mass, to the great satisfaction of the community and also to their own. During all this time it is the best thing there was in every respect in the institution. *Mrs. Mme. Byerley* had furnished it with a magnificent carpet, and Bro. Byerley Mary (Francis Xavier) had ornamented it with all the resources of his trade. It was thought proper to dwell at some length on this chapel of the novitiate, because during these four years it was the constant object of the religious attentions, or, let us say, of the entire affections of the community. Where should we stop were we to recount all the favors that each one believed himself to have there received?