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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - August 20, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Sentinel. I s Jtb Tiv out by in �?91 dels pro Nobis apis Contra nos of a if it had be for us Wiio is against is a now pm. . Ii. Boston saturday. August 20. 1831. No. I. The Jesuit Publ Bru weekly. To appear every saturday at $3 per annul in Drance. All communication mint he a West find and directed to the editors of the a Zjr suit a Boiton Mas. The object in to cd Pron diffuse and defend the principle of the 0�r, , Catholic and Apo to Church of pics o Fin a a Street. Or. A. O it run having Uutinen to Tran fact in Coorg town 1. C. A kindly consent d to act a tick t for our new paper on i Way thither. Me i authorised to receive subscription in new yet re Philadelphia Baltimore Vagt Hington City Alexandria and Leo Ricetown. Car rare 1 f the if n t of Dimay College and of the deportation of t r seniors Croft Tori and Stu do Ali to do Nele a. By the fit r. Jo9.pu Fod sox y. It. L. L. In a letter to a Friend. Continued from our arrival till november the 4th, we Hantl no fire at our command and a warm breakfast was necessary for some Lapp by one brass Tea or four cups and saucers a few ounces of Tea and a Small Quantity of sugar had shared our Fortune and kept us company from the College Parlour to our Garret. The whole prison behold with wonder the humility of one individual who every morning during that space of from door to door to oct a place at some tire to boil water which never wet own lips or look Oft the chill from his own cold draught. May mention lure As Well is later that Many tunes the bread which we ate was procured by this same individual who with the Humble obedience of a Lay brother with the Drudgery of a menial servant went from it Lff or to floor to borrow or buy what our errand servants had not been Able to procure for us in the town. Ante live erg a pm a it Natur in Mihevc Cervi quam nostro Illius Labaour pc Tore Kuliu. I. Or Croskell receive the grateful thanks of every one whom Yon thus served. We will remember you while memory lasts but to god we leave tile care of giving a Reward a a Reward proportioned to your humility and fervent perseverance in the very Drudgery of a menial servant to us All. After breakfast studies and school employed us till ten at ten we indulged ourselves in a walk often minutes or a Quarter of an hour our books filled up the rest of the time till noon. Until nov. A our dinner hour was very irregular. In the upper Citadel lived noblemen who could afford to pay higher rates than we and every one knows How natural it is for the master of an eating House to serve his Best customers first lie had to serve different tables at different Bours so that our turn came last often at four or something later. But in one or two instances 1 believe on fridays and saturdays when we were not served with the Leavings of stir betters we dined As Early is twelve or even sooner. An unlucky discovery spoiled one or two of our meagre dinners. Someone whose Eye was keen and palate very discerning saw and tasted Gravy in the soup on a Friday of. The frenchmen cried he there is meal in the soup. This very unwelcome discovery made us look aghast at one another. Hunger was an ingenious a assist and would will Nelv have resolved our perplexity in a favourable manner. But hunger Ami w wishes were obliged to yield to our conscientious fears and by much the Best part of our dinner was set aside w Ith Many complaints against French Liberty and in Mcacy of conscience. We had indeed proud Edas we imagined against such a Wiful mis Hap by express stipulation fori our it meagre hut our French Cook was not so theologically Nice As a get wished him to be. This happened More than once and made us at last so Dis trustful that we borrowed a Kettle and made our own soup some one or two Days of Asti Nence before we commenced looking in Lull a lit v William Rod Tell now living at in Uritam and v. G. In the Northern us strict. Form. This irregularity of time fur dinner made the distribution of Lime in the afternoon very irregular. We did what could be done and some part of the afternoon was spent with our books. At five of clock we were ordered within doors and we n our dinner was Lale went to bed supper less or at Best with a very slender allowance. When dinner was Early a slice of bread and butter or half a stewed Pear with a slice of bread was our fare. From the 111th of november our dinner hour was noon till two we recreated ourselves books and schools occupied us till four or half past four. We then indulged ourselves in walking for fifteen minutes and were ordered within doors at five studied till six read prayers As at College and a chapter in some spiritual Hook stopped As Well As we could on bread butter and milk at nine of clock made our Beds said Litomy with examination of conscience and a Lor the Day Fullow ing and Lay Down to sleep. Such was the general distribution of time which we followed As closely As circumstances would Well permit a ant of clocks Bells a a e. Sometimes lengthened the time of recreation but not so much As was natural to expert. We were prisoners indulgence was More necessary than i College. When we consider All circumstances. A scanty Supply of books no great accommodation for study scarcely an easy posture for our body we must tie allowed to Hugyo done much even if we did some improvement was certainly made by Many and regular employment found for All or. Sharrocks family shared with us All the Rigours of confinement and by their company conversation example and courage helped and edified us in every change of scene and distress. They were hut six in number of consequence it was easier Abr them to find a Rebullar meal at fixed time. This they did at the licensed ale House run in it if anything like ale can he found in France which was for one part of our time within the narrow precincts of our enclosure. In this alone they

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