and Astronomy .
Greek, Latin, Mathematics, &c.
These brothers have their Novitiate on Eighth, near Cerre, where
they also have a Boarding School. They have charge of the schools
at the Cathedral, St. Francis Xavier’s Church, St. Patrick’s and St.
Vincent of Paul’s.
Fifth, near s Market. There are 36 members in the community.
Thirty-four orphans are supported in the Mullanphy Asylum, attached
to the Institution.
Conducted by the Ladies of the Sacred Heart, Fifth, near s Market.
i Number of pupils about 70.
Decatur, bnbetween Marion and Caroll. In this Institution there are 39 pro-
fessed sisters, and three novices. They have charge of the Young
Ladies’ Academy of the Visitation, in which there are about ninety,
They have charge of the Male Orphan Asylum, containing 150
orphans. There is also a day school with 80 pupils. The number of
Sisters in the house is ten, four of whom are novices. Sister Felicite,
2d. The German Male and Female Orphan Asylum is conducted by
three professed Sisters and three Novices. Number of male orphans,
20; orphan girls, 16. There is a day school containing 50 pupils.
Sister Angelia, Superior.
3d. The St. Louis Half Orphan Asylum is under the charge of three
professed Sisters and two Novices. Number of Orphans, 30. The day
school has 100 scholars. Sister Theresa, Superior.
Have under their charge:
2d. St. Vincent’s Free School, cor.corner of St. Charles and Tenth sts.streets
The average number of pupils is three hundred. Attached to this
school is a select school, the proceeds of which are used for the support
of the free school, &c. The number of pupils is 65. The school is at-
tended by nine Sisters. Sister Olympia McTagart, Sr. Servant.
3d. St. Philomena’s Orphan Asylum and Free School, cor.corner of Wal-
nut and Fifth sts.streets There are fourteen orphan girls in the house. Num-
ber of pupils in the school, 280. The proceeds of the select school are
used in defraying the expenses of the free school. Two of the Sisters
attached to this house are devoted to the duty of visiting the sick poor in
the Cathedral Parish. There are generally about twenty poor homeless
females, of good character, supported and provided for in this house,
until suitable situations can be obtained for them. There are nine sis-
ters in this institution. Sister Serena Noyes, Sr. Servant.
4th. St. Mary’s Female Orphan Asylum, cor.corner Biddle and Tenth.
There are 12 Sisters.in this house, eight of whom are occupied in teach-
ing the orphans and in other duties of the Asylum, and the other four
Sisters are employed in teaching the English and German free schools
connected with the Asylum. There are about 120 orphans usually in
the house, and about 260 pupils in daily attendance in the two free
schools. Sister M. Benedicta Parsons, Sr. Servant.
The Sisters of Charity have established the Biddle lying-in hospital
in the building formerly occupied by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd,
on the corner of Marion and Menard streets, which will be under the
medical charge of Drs. Boisliniere and Pallen.
This community occupy a large and beautiful building on Seven-
teenth, bn. Pine and Chesnut.
English Male School, attached to the Church of St. Francis Xavier.
number of pupils, 250.
German Male School, attached to St. Joseph’s Church. Average number of pupils, 130.
Boy’s Free School, attached to the Cathedral.
Boy’s School, attached to St. Patrick’s Church.
Catholic Male Benevolent Association. The object of this society is
to aid the funds of the Male Orphan Asylum.
Ladies’ Catholic Association, for charitable purposes.