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Robert Molyneux, S.J. (2 of 4), 1806-01-24-1806-12-19

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Identifier: 119_57.1_13
Robert Molyneux, S.J. (2 of 4)
Robert Molyneux, S.J. (2 of 4)

Scope and Contents

Contains ALS: from Molyneux to F. Neale on sale of White Clay Creek, election of Brzozowski 1/24/1806, quality of novices at Hodder House, financial needs of St. Thomas Manor 5/23/1806; from Abp Carroll in form of bequest to maintain priest in German parish (undated); from Abp Carroll to Molyneux on assistance to Georgetown, persecutions of Society in Naples 7/9/1806; from Molyneux to F. Neale on location of novitiate at St. Inigoes, appointment of Neale as master of novices 7/10/1806; from Abp Carroll to Molyneux on sending of Kohlmann to Georgetown and procuring of professors for Georgetown 7/22/1806, on clergy needs of German Catholics in Lancaster 9/7/1806, on sending Kohlmann to the Germans 11/3/1806, 11/5/1806, on White Clay Creek 11/24/1806, on Georgetown's "state of depression" 12/19/1806; from Abp Carroll to Rosseter on German Catholics and charge of Holy Trinity, Phila 9/22/1806; from Rev. Ignatius Brooke to F. Neale on unhealthy conditions and expenses at Newtown 10/26/1806; inventory of articles brought to novitiate by John McElroy 11/12/1806.

**Former finding aid locations: 119_57.1_13; 203S1-203S13**

Materials on Slavery

This folder contains materials related to Jesuit slaveholding.

"4 Sick Grown Hands": Letter from Fr. Brooke to Fr. Neale on a disease outbreak among the slaves of Newton, October 1806 [GSA106]


  • 1806-01-24-1806-12-19

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From the Collection: 308 boxes (212 regular boxes, 25 oversized boxes, 58 restricted regular boxes, 13 restricted oversized boxes, plus 14 card catalog drawers )

Language of Materials

From the Collection: Multiple languages


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