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  • The Catholic World.
    • Monthly Magazine of General Literature and Science
    • Vol. V. April to September 1867.
      • New York: The Catholic Publication House 126 Nassau Street.
      • 1867
    • New York: The Catholic Publication House 126 Nassau Street.
    • 1867
    • Contents.
    • Poetry.
    • New Publications.
  • The Catholic World.
    • Vol. V., NO. 25—April 1867.
    • Church And State. [Footnote 1]
    • Original On The Olive-branches In The Garden Of Gethsemane.
    • Translated from Le Correspondant The Story of A Sister. by Augustin Cochin.
    • Original The Church And The Sinner.
    • From The Dublin University Magazine. Modern Writers Of Spain.
      • Cervantes Remembered Too Late.
      • The Modern Novel: Donna Caecelia De Faber.
      • Rustic Tales: Don Antonio De Trueba.
      • Satire: Don Jose Gonzalez De Tejada.
      • History: Don Antonio Cavanilles.
      • The Drama: Don Adelardo Lopez De Ayala.
    • Cervantes Remembered Too Late.
    • The Modern Novel: Donna Caecelia De Faber.
    • Rustic Tales: Don Antonio De Trueba.
    • Satire: Don Jose Gonzalez De Tejada.
    • History: Don Antonio Cavanilles.
    • The Drama: Don Adelardo Lopez De Ayala.
    • Original. The Godfrey Family; or, Questions Of The Day
      • Chapter XXVIII.
      • Chapter XXIX.
      • Chapter XXX. An Interview And A Letter.
      • Chapter XXXI. America.
    • Chapter XXVIII.
    • Chapter XXIX.
    • Chapter XXX. An Interview And A Letter.
    • Chapter XXXI. America.
    • Original Kettle Song.
    • Original. Ritualism. by John R. G. Hassard.
    • Original. The Cross.
    • Translated from the French. Robert; Or, The Influence Of A Good Mother.
      • Chapter VII.
      • Chapter VIII.
      • Chapter IX.
    • Chapter VII.
    • Chapter VIII.
    • Chapter IX.
    • From the Dublin Review Lecky's History Of Rationalism.[Footnote 12]
    • Original. A DREAM.
    • Original. A Talk About Paris. By An Old Bachelor.
    • Original. Dr. Bacon On Conversions To The Catholic Church. [Footnote 29]
    • Abridged from the Dublin University Magazine. Athlone And Aughrim.
      • Preparations for the Struggle.
      • The Siege of Athlone.
      • The Passage of the Shannon.
      • The Field of Aughrim.
      • The Pass of Urrachree.
      • The Morass And The Hedges.
      • How the Pass of Aughrim was Forced.
      • One Shot Decides the Victory.
      • After the Battle.
      • From Aughrim to Limerick
      • Limerick's Last Defence.
    • Preparations for the Struggle.
    • The Siege of Athlone.
    • The Passage of the Shannon.
    • The Field of Aughrim.
    • The Pass of Urrachree.
    • The Morass And The Hedges.
    • How the Pass of Aughrim was Forced.
    • One Shot Decides the Victory.
    • After the Battle.
    • From Aughrim to Limerick
    • Limerick's Last Defence.
    • Original Asperges Me. by Richard Storrs Willis.
    • From The Month. Ancor-Viat—A New Giant City.
    • Original On the Planting of the Cross.
    • Miscellany.
    • Original New Publications.
  • The Catholic World. Vol. V., No. 26.—May, 1867.
    • Original. An Old Quarrel.
    • Original The Hidden Crucifixion.
    • Impressions Of Spain. By Lady Herbert.
      • St. Sebastian and Burgos.
      • Madrid.
    • St. Sebastian and Burgos.
    • Madrid.
    • From All the Year Round. Looking Down The Road.
    • Original. Father Ignatius of St. Paul, [Footnote 42] Hon. and Rev. George Spencer.
    • From Chambers's Journal. A Naturalist's Home.
    • Original. My Tears in Sleep.
    • Translated from the French. Robert; or, The Influence of a Good Mother.
      • Chapter X.
      • Chapter XI.
      • Chapter XII.
      • Chapter XIII.
    • Chapter X.
    • Chapter XI.
    • Chapter XII.
    • Chapter XIII.
    • Original. Confiteor.
    • From The Contemporary Review. Mediaeval Universities. [Footnote 46]
    • Original. The Lady of La Garaye. [Footnote 49]
    • Original Procession in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
    • Original. At Threescore.
    • Translated from the Spanish. The Revenge Of Conscience.
      • Chapter I
      • Chapter II.
      • Chapter III.
      • Chapter IV.
      • Chapter V.
      • Chapter VI.
      • Chapter VII.
    • Chapter I
    • Chapter II.
    • Chapter III.
    • Chapter IV.
    • Chapter V.
    • Chapter VI.
    • Chapter VII.
    • Mercersburg Philosophy. By A. Protestant.
    • Original. A Family Motto.
    • From The Month. "He Went About Doing Good."
    • Translated From the French. The Birds' Friend.
    • From Chambers's Journal Time-Measurers.
    • Translated from Revue Génétale, Brussels. Catholic Doctrine and Natural Science.
    • Miscellany.
    • Original. New Publications.
      • Books Received.
    • Books Received.
  • The Catholic World. Vol. NO. 27, June 1867
    • Translated from Le Correspondant Lectures and Public Conferences Among the Ancients.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • Original. Verheyden's Right Hand.
    • Original. May: A Fancy.
    • Impressions of Spain. by Lady Herbert.
      • Cordova and Malaga.
      • Granada.
    • Cordova and Malaga.
    • Granada.
    • Original. Victor Cousin And His Philosophy.
    • Original. Praises Of The Blessed Sacrament. Imitated from Madame Swetchine.
    • From Chambers's Journal. Architecture Of Birds.
    • Original. The Father of Waters.
    • From The Dublin Review; The Church and the Roman Empire. [Footnote 112]
    • From the Italian of Manzoni. The Death of Napoleon. [Footnote 116]
    • Translated from Le Mousquetaire. Sketch of Père Hyacinthe.
    • Original. The Two Lovers of Flavia Domitilla. by Clonfert.
      • Chapter I. The Emperor's Feast
    • Chapter I. The Emperor's Feast
    • From The Dublin University Magazine. The Libraries Of The Middle Ages And Their Contents.
      • Father Hardouin On The Classics.
      • The Care Bestowed On The Libraries.
      • The Rich Libraries Of the Begging Brothers.
      • The Sorbonne.
      • Unprincipled Book Borrowers.
      • Unworthy Curators.
      • Lay Libraries and Popular Fictions.
      • The Educational Cursus of the Fourteenth Century.
      • Grammar.
      • Rhetoric.
      • Dialectics.
      • Arithmetic Geometry, Music, and Astronomy.
    • Father Hardouin On The Classics.
    • The Care Bestowed On The Libraries.
    • The Rich Libraries Of the Begging Brothers.
    • The Sorbonne.
    • Unprincipled Book Borrowers.
    • Unworthy Curators.
    • Lay Libraries and Popular Fictions.
    • The Educational Cursus of the Fourteenth Century.
    • Grammar.
    • Rhetoric.
    • Dialectics.
    • Arithmetic Geometry, Music, and Astronomy.
    • Original. Laudate Pueri Dominum. [Footnote 135]
    • Translated from Paris l'Union. Christianity And Social Happiness.
    • From The Lamp. Visible Speech.
    • Comparative Mortality of Great Capitals.
    • Miscellany.
    • Original. New Publications.
  • The Catholic World
    • Vol. V., No. 28 July, 1867.
    • Original. Catholic Congresses.
    • Original. Regret.
    • Impressions Of Spain. By Lady Herbert.
      • Gibraltar And Cadiz.
      • Seville.
    • Gibraltar And Cadiz.
    • Seville.
    • From Once a Week. Sir Ralph De Blanc-Minster. The Vow.
    • Original. Guettée's Papacy Schismatic. [Footnote 144]
    • Translated from the French. The Crucifix of Baden. A Legend of the Middle Ages.
      • Chapter I.
      • Chapter II.
      • Chapter III.
      • Chapter IV.
      • Chapter V.
    • Chapter I.
    • Chapter II.
    • Chapter III.
    • Chapter IV.
    • Chapter V.
    • Original. Forebodings.
    • Abridged from The Dublin University Magazine. The Minor Brethren.
    • The Souls of Animals
    • From The Month. The Gladiators' Song.
    • From Once a Week Lakes of Lorraine.
    • Original. Columbus
      • Three Scenes.
    • Three Scenes.
    • Original. The Two Lovers of Flavia Domitilla. by Clonfert.
      • Chapter II. The Slaves' Feast.
    • Chapter II. The Slaves' Feast.
    • From The Popular Science Review. On the Struggle for Existence Amongst Plants.
    • Original. The Leaf of Last Year
    • Original. The Influence of the Catholic Church Upon Modern Art.
    • Original. Adelaide Anne Procter.
    • The Indissolubility of Christian Marriage.
      • Number One.
    • Number One.
    • Miscellany.
    • Original. New Publications.
  • The Catholic World. Vol. V., No. 29.—August, 1867.
    • Original. Guettée's Papacy Schismatic. [Footnote 176]
    • Impressions of Spain. By Lady Herbert.
      • Excursions Near Seville.
      • The Charitable Institutions and Convents of Seville.
    • Excursions Near Seville.
    • The Charitable Institutions and Convents of Seville.
    • Original. Il Duomo
      • A Vision.
    • A Vision.
    • Translated from Revue des Questions Historiques. Americus Vespucius and Christopher Columbus. The True Origin of the Name of America.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • Translated from the German. Three Leaves From an Old Journal.
      • I. Milan, May 4, 1811.
      • II. Paris, April 13, 1814.
      • III. Berlin, March 30, 1829.
    • I. Milan, May 4, 1811.
    • II. Paris, April 13, 1814.
    • III. Berlin, March 30, 1829.
    • Original. Mary's Dirge. By Carolus.
    • Abridged from the Dublin University Magazine. Sir Thomas More.
    • The Two Lovers of Flavia Domitilla. By Clonfert.
      • Chapter III. The Christian's Feast.
    • Chapter III. The Christian's Feast.
    • Under The Violets
    • From The Lamp. An Irish Saint. [Footnote 240]
    • From Chambers's Journal. Charles V. at the Convent of Yuste.
    • Translated from the French. The Crucifix of Baden. A Legend of the Middle Ages.
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • Chapter VII.
      • Chapter VIII.
      • Chapter IX.
      • Chapter X.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • Chapter VII.
    • Chapter VIII.
    • Chapter IX.
    • Chapter X.
    • Original. The Indissolubility Of Christian Marriage.
      • Number Two.
    • Number Two.
    • Original. Mea Culpa. By Richard Storrs Willis.
    • From The Dublin University Magazine. Solutions of Some Parisian Problems.
      • Cabs And Their Patron.
      • Mysteries Of The Rue D'Arbre ?ec. [Illegible]
      • Slang Banished From The Stage.
      • An Unhealthy Suburb.
      • Begging A Thriving Business.
      • The Morgue And Its Derivation.
      • A King And Minister Well Matched.
    • Cabs And Their Patron.
    • Mysteries Of The Rue D'Arbre ?ec. [Illegible]
    • Slang Banished From The Stage.
    • An Unhealthy Suburb.
    • Begging A Thriving Business.
    • The Morgue And Its Derivation.
    • A King And Minister Well Matched.
    • Original Playing With Fire
    • Original. Christianity And Its Conflicts. [Footnote 245]
    • From Chambers's Journal. Thermometers.
    • From The Month. The Tuscan Peasants And The Maremna.
    • Miscellany.
    • Original. New Publications.
  • The Catholic World
  • Vol. V., NO. 29. September, 1867.
    • "Rome or Reason." [Footnote 247]
    • Impressions of Spain. By Lady Herbert.
      • The Escurial and Toledo.
      • Zaragoza And Segovia.
    • The Escurial and Toledo.
    • Zaragoza And Segovia.
    • Original. Beams.
    • Early Rising. [Footnote 251]
    • The Wandering Jew. [Footnote 274]
    • Original. "Abide In Me."
    • Abridged from The Dublin University Magazine. The Invasions Of Ireland By The Danes.
      • Desiderata for a Good Irish History.
      • The Mss. Of Our Danish Chronicle.
      • Who Wrote The Chronicle?
      • Style and Spirit of the Work.
      • Causes of the Invaders' Success.
      • The Danish Proceedings Before Brian's Time.
      • Brian's Early Struggles.
      • Family Quarrels.
      • Unedifying Doings at Kincora.
      • Compensations.
      • Day at Clontarf.
      • Malachy's Account of the Battle.
      • Later Exploits of Sitric of the Silky Beard.
    • Desiderata for a Good Irish History.
    • The Mss. Of Our Danish Chronicle.
    • Who Wrote The Chronicle?
    • Style and Spirit of the Work.
    • Causes of the Invaders' Success.
    • The Danish Proceedings Before Brian's Time.
    • Brian's Early Struggles.
    • Family Quarrels.
    • Unedifying Doings at Kincora.
    • Compensations.
    • Day at Clontarf.
    • Malachy's Account of the Battle.
    • Later Exploits of Sitric of the Silky Beard.
    • From The Month. Rhoda. A Devonshire Eclogue.
    • Original. Protestant Attacks Upon The Bible. [Footnote 298]
    • From the French of Augustin Chevalier. Decimated.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • From The Month. Scenes From a Missionary Journey in South America.
      • I. Lisbon, St. Vincent, Pernambuco, Bahia.
    • I. Lisbon, St. Vincent, Pernambuco, Bahia.
    • Translated. Sayings of the Fathers of the Desert.
    • The Two Lovers of Flavia Domitilla. By Clonfert.
      • Chapter IV. The Feast of Blood.
    • Chapter IV. The Feast of Blood.
    • Original. The Wasted Vigil
    • From Chambers's Journal. Old Paris.
    • Original. The Churches of Ireland—Ancient and Modern.
    • From The Dublin Review. John Tetzel. [Footnote 303]
    • From Once a Week. The Bride of Eberstein. A Legend of Baden.
    • From The Lamp. The Miner. From The German of Novalis.
    • Miscellany.
    • Original. New Publications.
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