Notes on the Two Jesuit Manuscripts Belonging to the Estate of the Late Hon. John Neilson, of Quebec, Canada

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Privately printed [by Léon Bossue dit Lyonnais], 1887 - Manuscripts, Canadian - 15 pages
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Page 12 - Mission requires that the bags should be about four and a half inches long by three and a half inches wide, trimmed at the open end with a narrow piece of lace about an inch wide.
Page 6 - Page 18 is blank. PP. 19, 20, 21 and 22. These pages contain the Pater, the Are Maria, and the Credo, Latin caption.
Page 11 - This manuscript is of particular interest to philologists, who are given to the study of the primitive languages spoken by the Indians of North America.
Page 5 - The paper is yet strong, although much faded by years, which gives it the appearance of parchment. The writing is that of the seventeenth century.
Page 7 - Missionary" (French), and another for the end of the Mass. PP. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32. These pages contain the Litanies, in Illinois, of the Sacred Name of Jesus, with two other prayers which close the morning exercises.
Page 9 - It suffices to know the principal circumstances of the lives of these two men to see that they had intimate relations, and that the one was, so to speak, the preceptor of the other.

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