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they try me much . . . P.S. Sometimes I have been a
my desk from 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. with hardly any stop ".



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about me, because he did not seem to have
humour in him.

I should have answered your former letters
had I known where to direct to you. Your
sketch of S. Giorgio was capital and I thank
you for it. But I have no parishioners, the
bad boys were Victor Emmanuel's ! I have a
night school worked by the Canons, of which
the Provost or Dean, who was a most re-
spectable man, has been promoted since I
left Rome, and I don't know his successor. I
made his acquaintance when I was in bed
but never was well enough to visit St. George.
The Government has stopped the one Mass
at S. Giorgio, except on two days in the
year.

After all, the most wonderful thing in the
whole matter is the Pope's knowing me he
does not know English he lived in retirement
at Perugia. Yet he not only from the first
took a definite and strong view of me, so
that I cannot repeat all he has said, but now
hardly does an English Catholic come to him,
but he begins speaking of me. Well, I trust
I shall ever be prepared for evil as well as
good report. All kind remembrances to Lady
Blachford if she is with you. I hope you are
well.

Yours affectionately,

JOHN H. CARD. NEWMAN.

In this letter to Lord Blachford the
Cardinal had especially in mind the two
visits from which he had but a few days
returned. The first in London at Norfolk
House ; the other at Oxford, where he
was the guest of the President and
Fellows of Trinity College. On these oc-
casions the variety and number of those



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who presented themselves to him, and
the warm welcome he received, were
wonderful. In London, while still the
guest of the Duke and Duchess of Nor-
folk, the Fathers of the Oratory threw
open the large rooms of the Oratory, and
there the clergy of the diocese, almost
without exception, availed themselves of
the opportunity to pay their respects to
him. His rpneption at Oxford had mnrli
of the character of a welcome back as to
his own domain. With that welcome the
Visite di Galore may be said to have been
brought to an end.



THE END.



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INDEX TO PRINCIPAL
REFERENCES.

ACADEMIA, 185.

Allies, T. W., 87, 198.

Altar Society, 114.

Archer, Sir W. H., 275-6, 289-90.

Australia, 275.

BAYSWATER, 39.

Beaumont, 6.

Benedictine (Engl.) Cong., 4, 18, 28, 31, 203, 208.

Berulle, Cardinal de, xiii.

Birmingham, 9, 58, 91, 102, 114, 119, 124, 129,

131, 151, 164, 168, 205, 213, 235.
Bowden (Cong Orat.), Fr. S., 260.
Brighton, 101.
Butler, Bishop, 247, 256.

C.U.I. Cui BONO Club, 144.

Capecelatro (Card.), Cong. Orat., xi., 14, 16, 256.

Catholic Union, 76, 79, 84, 262.

,, Poor School Committee, 179.

Young Men's National Union, 299.

., Society, 151.

Clifton, 116.

Commons, House of, 47.
Cork, 198, 200.
Cullen, Cardinal, 233.

DALLEY, Hon. B., 284-5.
Delany, Bishop, 198, 201.
Dollinger, Dr., 312.
Douai, 30.
Downside, 4.
Dublin, 144, 244.

EAGLESIM (Cong. Orat.), Fr. P., xvii.
Emly, Lord, 81, 83, 245.
English Catholics, 169.
Hierarchy, 88.

GLASGOW, 19.

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HEREFORD, 203.

Hexham and Newcastle, 37.

Howard, Cardinal, 61.

IRISH Catholics, 169, 249.
Cath. University, 229.
., College, Paris, 108.
Members, 47.

JESUS, Society of, i, 6, n, 19, 21, 23, 74.

KEOGH (Cong. Orat), Fr., 32-3.
Kerr, Mme. H., 56-7.

LANCASHIRE Clergy, 141.

League of the Cross, 160.

Leo XIII., Pope, xi., xviii., xxi., i, 80, etc.

Limerick, 247.

Liverpool, 21, 94, 194.

MACMULLEN, Canon, 272.

Malvern, 18.

McNamara, Rev. T., 108.

Manchester, 138.

Manning, Cardinal, xvi., 88, 187.

NAPLES, 13, 16.

Neville (Cong. Orat.), Fr. W., vii., viii., xi., xvii.

Nina, Cardinal, xix., 80, 309.

Norfolk, Duke of, xvii., 76, 81, 85, 174, 192, 263-4,

289.
Nottingham, 106.

DELATES OF ST. CHARLES, 40.
O'Brien, Dr., 151, 158.
O'Hagan, Lord, 178, 252.
Olton, 53, 290.
Oratory, London, 32, 256, 321.

,, School, 119, 124, 129, 131, 205, 318.
Oscott, no, 224.
Ouless, W. W., R.A., 303.
Oxford, 43, 99, 320.

PARIS, 109.

Pecci, Cardinal, xi., xiv.

Percival (Bishop), 44.

Pius IX., Pope, xii., 127, 171, 242-3.

Pope (Cong. Orat.), Fr., xvi. -vii., 256.

Preachers, Order of, 45.

Purbrick, S.J., Fr., 23.

Pusey, Dr., 317.



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RIPON, Marquis of, 78, 179.

Robinson, O.S.C., Fr., 39.

Roehampton, 56.

Rome, 57, 61, 71.

Rossi, Commendatore de, xiv.

ST. BEDE SOCIETY, gi.

St. Beuno's, i.

St. George's Club, 191.

St. John (Cong. Orat.), Fr., 115.

Saltord, 134.

Sconce, Mrs., xvii.

Scotch Catholics, 169.
Hierarchy, 51.

Southwark, 112.

Stonyhurst, 23.

Sydney, 283.

Sydney Freeman, 283.

TIMES, i.

ULLATHORNE, (Archbishop), xv, 216.

Urban VIII., Pope, xm.

VAUGHAN, Archbishop, 286.

WELD, S.J., Fr., 74.
Westminster, 34, in-
Wiseman, Cardinal, 221, 312.
Woodchester, 45.
Woodlock, Bishop, 232.

YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETIES, 151-



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