pg 103 all members of the chapter. For his part F. Sorin can never entirely forget the annoyance that it gave him. Some days afterwards F. Saunier, who had an obedience for Louisville or St. Mary's, Ky. left the lake and started for Kentucky. Hardly had he reached there when he wrote for four Sisters, whom he did not get, however, until he had received an authorization from the Rev. Father. Then the Sisters went, toward the end of October. Six weeks afterwards he got Bro. Theodulus in the same manner. Without pretending here to give the history of the Kentucky affair; it is necessary to say something about it in order the make the chronicles of the Lake complete. From first to last one cannot fail to be surprised that a house of such importance could be carried on by such a long series of misunderstandings, or, let us say the word, of gross blunders of administration.