University of Notre Dame

Chronicles of Notre Dame du Lac
Edward Sorin, CSC -- Translated by John M. Toohey, CSC, 1895
pg 141       upon.  Bro. Stephen was going to leave the Society, and to settle 
             down near the college.  He consented to depart for those distant 
             regions.  Three other Brothers who could be relied on and three 
             companions besides were given him, and all set out towards the end 
             of March with the purpose of devoting themselves to the 
             reestablishment of the orphans' house.

                            2.  F. Gouesse is sent to New Orleans
                                     January 28th, 1850

                  Towards the end of January, F. Gouesse was sent as Visitor to 
             the orphans' establishment of New Orleans, where he was to remain 
             as spiritual director of the members of the house, already seven 
             in number.  Two sisters went with him.

                           3.  Departure of Bros. Basil and Joseph

                  Some months afterwards Bro. Basil, who taught the first 
             class--a man of a gloomy and variable character--threw off the 
             yoke of his profession and departed, incognito no one knows 
             whither.  His example was soon followed by another professed 

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