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Box: 55 Fold: 2 St. John's Church-Finan. Statements [183 B1 (iii-iv)]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1859]? - [12/31/1860]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [183 B1 (iii-iv)] consists of financial statements (1859-1860) belonging to St. John's Church in Philadelphia.

Box: 55 Fold: 3 St. Joseph's College/St. John's Church-Finances [183 C1-4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1855]? - [12/31/1857]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [183 C1-C4] consists of financial records (1855-1857) belonging to St. John's Church and St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia.

Box: 55 Fold: 4 Financial Statements for Provincial Houses [198 A]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1913]? - [12/31/1918]?

DESCRIPTION: This record may be found in [OVERSIZE Box 1: (198 A)-Financial statements of the houses of the Provinces (i.e., New England, New York, Maryland-1913-1918)].

Box: 55 Fold: 5 Scholasticate at Georgetown-Bills Paid [198 B]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1846]? - [12/31/1870]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [198 B] consists of a record of bills paid (1846-1870) at the Scholasticate at Georgetown.

Box: 55 Fold: 6 New York/Canada Missions-Account Book [198 C]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1864]? - [12/31/1870]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [198 C] consists of an account book (1864-1870) for the New York and Canada missions.

Box: 56 Fold: 1 Maryland/NY Province-House Finances [199 A]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1881]? - [12/31/1900]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [199 A] consists of a ledger pertaining to the financial state of the houses of the Maryland/New York Province (1881-1900). Houses listed in the ledger are the following: Loyola College [Baltimore], Bohemia, Boston College, Holy Trinity [Boston], St. Mary's [Boston], Conewago, Fordham, Frederick, Georgetown College, Holy Trinity [Georgetown], Jamaica, Goshenhoppen, College of St. Peter [Jersey City], Leonardtown, St. Francis Xavier [New York], St. Lawrence's [New York], Church of the Jesu [Philadelphia], St. Joseph's [Philadelphia], St. Joseph's [Providence, R.I.], St. Inigoes, St. Thomas, St. Joseph's [Troy, N.Y.], Gonzaga College [Washington], Alexandria, Whitemarsh, Woodstock, Holy Cross College [Worcester], Area Seminaries, Messenger of the Sacred Heart and Manresa.



Box: 56 Fold: 2 Maryland/NY Province-House Accounts [199 A]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1849]? - [12/31/1882]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [199 A] consists of . Items include the following: Province of New York in Account with Woodstock College (1880); Province of Maryland in account with Woodstock College (1877-78); Summary of accounts of the house of the Maryland Province Novitiate (1851-1878); Maryland/New York Province in account with Woodstock College (1881-1882); New York Missions and California Missions Financial sheet (1869-1870); Expenses of the Frederick Novitiate (1849); Province of New York with the College of Belen [Havana, Cuba]; Province of Maryland account with the Province of Naples; Ledger of House Accounts.

Box: 56 Fold: 3 Status Temporalis/Financial Records [199 D]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1899]? - [12/31/1902]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [199 C] consists of the following two items: Statu Temporalis (1899-1901) and Roman Missi (1902); Provincial financial records (1901) for the following: Boston College, Brooklyn, Georgetown College, Gonzaga College, Holy Cross College, Loyola College [Baltimore], St. Francis Xavier College, St. John's College, Fordham, St. Joseph's College and Residence [Philadelphia], the College of Peter [Jersey City], Woodstock College, the Novitiate, Arca Seminarii, Apostleship of Prayer, St. Mary's Residence [Boston], Holy Trinity Residence [Boston], Holy Trinity Residence [Georgetown], Leonardtown, Manresa-Keyser Island, St. Ignatius Loyola [New York City], Italian Church-Loretto [New York City]; St. Inigoes, St. Thomas, White Marsh, Jamaica Mission, St. Andrew-on-Hudson [New York].

Box: 56 Fold: 1 Annual Statements of Colleges & Houses [199 D]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1898]? - [12/31/1910]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [199 D] consists of a ledger containing the annual statements (1898-1910) of colleges and houses belonging to the Maryland/New York Province. The following entries may be found: Georgetown College, St. John's College, Holy Cross College, St. Francis Xavier [New York], Boston College, College of St. Peter [Jersey City], St. Joseph's College [Philadelphia], Loyola College [Baltimore], Gonzaga College, St. Mary's Church [Boston], Holy Trinity [Boston], St. Ingatius Loyola [New York], Our Lady of Loretto Church [New York], St. Joseph's Church [Philadelphia], Holy Trinity [Georgetown], White Marsh (Bowie), St. Thomas Manor, Leonardtown, St. Inigoes, St. George's College [Jamaica], Messenger, the Shrine at Auriesville, Keyser Island, Canisius College [Buffalo], St. Anne's [Buffalo], Brooklyn College, Woodstock College and St. Stanislaus [Frederick-Novitiate]. Also included is an entry for America Press (1909-1910) and the Apostleship of Prayer (1909-1910).

Box: 56 Fold: 2 Maryland/NY Province Finances [199 E]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1894]? - [12/31/1898]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [199 E] consists of the cash book and memorandum book for the Province (1894-1898). Included are the following entries: Woodstock College, Frederick Novitiate, Georgetown College, St. John's College [Fordham], Holy Cross College, St. Francis Xavier [New York], College of St. Peter [Jersey City], St. Joseph's Church and College [Philadelphia], Loyola College, Holy Trinity [Georgetown], St. Lawrence [New York], Our Lady of Loretto, St. Joseph's Church [Troy, New York], St. Joseph's Church [Providence, Rhode Island], St. Mary's Church [Boston], Holy Trinity [Boston], Keyser Island, Bohemia Manor Church, Conewago Chapel, Manresa, Messenger, St. Ignatius Church [New York], St. Inigoes, Jamaica Mission, White Marsh and Gonzaga College.

Box: 56 Fold: 3 Provincial Procurator-List:Financial Records [199 Z]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1944]? - [12/31/1950]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [199 Z] consists essentially of a listing of financial records from the Provincial Procurator's office.

Box: 57 Fold: 1 Correspondence 1638-1766 [202 A1-13]
1638-1766

DESCRIPTION: Contains excerpts from Fr. Generals letters 1638-45; note from Fr. Pennington requesting pills; fragment with B. Joseph Del'Vaux's autograph (1703?); memorandum from Peter Attwood to James Carroll requesting books Aug 1716; 3 pp. ordination of Rev. F. Mansell under autograph of George Thorold, SJ, concerning residence 6/8/1725; note from Joseph Marshall re indulgences 11/21/1727; AMs thoughts of George Hunter, SJ 12/20/1749; tester to Rev. Mr. Ashby from T. Digges re Deer Creek property (?) 8/15/1758; ordinations and regulations for the Mission of Maryland 4/2/1757; "Full account of Plantations of Maryland Mission" 7/23/1765; letter from Fr. Rivers to Fr. Bolton 3/16/1766.

Box: 57 Fold: 2 Correspondence and Documents 1768-70 [202 A15-21]
1768-70

DESCRIPTION: Contains AMs list of pledges to Blessed Sacrament Aug 1768; letters from Fr. Rivers to John Bolton, SJ 9/8/1768 and 4/10/1769; AMs brief from ministers of the Crown of Bourbon to the Holy See requesting suppression of Society of Jesus 1769; letter from C.H. Wharton to George Hunter, SJ 2/13/1770; letter from Leonard Neale, SJ to his mother 2/15/1770; letter from Hugh Hemersley to Robert Eden re safe passage of George Hunter SJ 3/21/1770; fragment of note date illegible.

Box: 57 Fold: 3 Correspondence 1771-76 [202 A22-26]
1771-1776(?)

DESCRIPTION: Contains communication of Fr. General Lorenzo Ricci 1/4/1771; letter from E.C. and M.C. Hagan to John Bolton 6/27/1773; letter from Ferdinand Farmer re brief of suppression 6/13/1775; letter to John Lewis, SJ 1/17/1775; AMs text of letter of Catherine the Great of Russia to Pope Pius VI announcing her protection of Jesuits.

Box: 57 Fold: 4 Carroll-Plowden Correspondence (1) [202 B1-9]
1779-85

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from John Carroll to Charles Plowden, SJ: on general situation of ex-Jesuits and property, religious liberty in states 2/28/1779; on death of George Hunter, SJ, desire of Robert Molyneux, SJ to come to Maryland from Philadelphia 4/27/1780; on possibility of Society's restoration, administration of mission 2/20/1782; inquiring about Jesuits in Italy 5/18/1783; on arrival of Leonard Neale, SJ, plans for college and seminary, Propaganda's efforts to take over Society property, Society in Russia 9/26/1783; on Society in Russia and prospects for restoration, on note to Congress re Propaganda's desire for Society property (includes transcription of note) 4/10/1784; on apostasy of Charles Wharton 9/18/1784; on national character of clergy, Carroll's appointment as bishop, founding of two colleges in Maryland and hope for establishment of seminary, religious liberty, Wharton controversy 2/27/1785; on Carroll's move from Rock Creek to Baltimore 6/29/1785.

Box: 57 Fold: 5 Carroll-Plowden Correspondence (2) [202 B10-16]
1785-87

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Carroll to Plowden: on vicariate-apostolic and independence of national clergy, conversations with B. Franklin, hopes for establishment of College 12/15/1785; on lack of priests, deaths of German ex-Jesuits in Pennsylvania 7/11/1786; on sending of Irish Capucins to Kentucky settlement, hopes for school and seminary, interest in extending missions to Southern Virginia and Carolinas 1/13/1786; [on plans for Academy at Georgetown, prospects of restoration of Society and its property 2/28/1787]; on application for diocesan 3/29/1787; on charges that Carroll advocated vernacular in liturgy and abolition of celebacy 6/4/1787; on problems with Irish clergy, arrival of German Capucins 11/7/1787.

Box: 57 Fold: 6 Carroll-Plowden Correspondence (3) [202 B17-24]
1788-89

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Carroll to Plowden: on problems with Irish and German Capucins, commencement of construction of "the Academy" 3/1/1788; on independence of English clergy, problems with Irish and German clergy, Molyneux at Bohemia 5/26/1788; on continuing progress on Academy, arrival of Francis Neale, SJ 11/12/1788; on grant of ordinary Bishopric 3/20/1789; on establishment of See of Baltimore 5/8/1789; on Carroll's reluctance to assume Bishopric 7/12/1789; [on further problems with Capucins 10/23/1789]; on problems with German Capucin 12/28/1789.

Box: 57 Fold: 7 Carroll-Plowden Correspondence (4) [202 B25-33]
1790

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Carroll to Plowden (except for letter of 1/19/1790 to Francis Neale): on Neale's posting to St. Thomas Manor 1/19/1790; on continuing work on Georgetown, opening of college at Annapolis, barring of Catholics from high office in some states 2/24/1790; unreality of hopes for immediate restoration 3/16/1790; on arrival of nuns in Maryland, attempts to get president for Academy 9/7/1790; on possibility of Sulpicians coming to America, rumors of restoration of Society in America 9/13/1790; on misc. donations 9/20/1790; on furnishing of European clergy to America 9/25/1790; on misc donations 9/27/1790; on plans for seminary in Baltimore, Plowden's benefaction to Georgetown 10/4/1790.

Box: 57 Fold: 8 Carroll-Plowden Correspondence (5) [202 B34-43]
1791-92

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Carroll to Plowden: on visit to Port Tobacco Carmelites, abandonment of Kentucky mission by Capucin, projection of opening of Georgetown Academy, future appointments of Bishops in America 2/3/1791; on Plowden's donation to Georgetown, coming of Sulpicians to America, progress of Carmelites, Burke's anti-revolutionary pamphlet 3/21/1791; on acceptance of Catholics in Boston 6/11/1791; arrival of clergy from France, settlement of French immigrants in Virginia, lack of means for Seminary, opening of Georgetown Academy, fallen state of Capucins, request of Indian tribe in Massachusetts for priest, plan for Diocesan Synod in November, need for clergy in Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania 9/3/1791; call to Diocesan Synod 9/27/1791 (duplicate circular); on opening of Georgetown Academy and lack of president, Diocesan Synod 10/12/1791; on election of Bishops, assignment of Leonard Neale, SJ to Philadelphia 1791 (Note: this is a letter fragment with beginning missing); on German priest's attempt to set up schismatic church, contributions for Seminary 3/1/1792; on hopes for Georgetown's role in fostering Catholicism in America, recommendation of second Diocese for America 4/30/1792; on prospects for establishment of second Diocese, convert status of Maryland Governor Thomas Sim Lee 6/1/1792.

Box: 57 Fold: 9 Carroll-Plowden Correspondence (6) [202 B 44-47]
1793-95

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Carroll to Plowden: on French refugees in England, Rome's refusal of second Diocese 2/24/1793; on potential difficulties for Academy of Liege, plight of English Benedictines 11/15/1794; on yellow fever epidemic, choice of Leonard Neale, SJ as coadjutor, Liege Academy 4/15/1795; on Rome's lack of response of nomination of Neale, Propaganda's donation of funds to Georgetown 11/13/1795.

Box: 57 Fold: 10 Carroll-Plowden Correspondence (7) [202 B48-54]
1796-99

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Carroll to Plowden: on hopes for arrival of brief of consecration for L. Neale, death of mother and brother, prospects of restoration of Society 5/23/1796; on continued want of brief for Neale, Washington's address on retirement, lack of entrants for St. Sulpice Seminary, resignation of Robert Plunkett from presidency of Georgetown and replacement by Rev. Louis Dubourg 9/24/1796; on continued lack of response on Neale, schismatic church set up in Philadelphia 7/7/1797; on continued lack of response on Neale, return of Notley Young to Georgetown 3/7/1798; on resignation of Dubourg from presidency of Georgetown, yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia, supply of clergy in Kentucky and Georgia, continuation of schism in Philadelphia 12/11/1798; on refinement of the use of the English language 12/13/1798; circular letter on death of Washington 12/29/1799.

Box: 57 Fold: 11 Hagan Correspondence [202 C1-4]
1783-86

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Srs. Elizabeth Clare, Monica Clare Hagan, and Theresa Hagan to John Bolton of Port Tobacco, dated 2/11/1783; 1/2/1785; 6/10/1785; 1/18/1786.

Box: 57 Fold: 12 Correspondence to Charles and Francis Neale [202 E1-H2]
1787-98

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Henri Groenen to C. Neale on news from Convent of Anvers 6/19/1791; from de Villegas d'Estaimbourg to C. Neale on payments to Port Tobacco convent 6/3/1792, 6/18/1792, 6/23/1792, and May 1791; from John Thorpe, SJ to F. Neale on desirability of College in America for training of youths 7/25/1787, on Liege Academy 5/10/1788; from Marmaduke Stone, SJ to F. Neale on Liege Academy, prospects for restoration of Society in America 10/25/1789; from J. Laurenson to F. Neale on state of Liege Academy and negligence of Charles Carroll 11/29/1793; from Notley Young to F. Neale on altarpiece for Georgetown Chapel 1795; from Nicholas Sewall, SJ to Charles Sewall, SJ on French Revolution and suppression of religion 2/14/1798 and 7/2/1798.

Box: 57 Fold: 13 Correspondence and Manuscript [202 K1-M1]
1765-94

DESCRIPTION: Contains AMs copy of memorial of mission to Demarara from Leonard Neale to Propaganda 1783; ALS from Edward Nihill, SJ to Charles Plowden, SJ on proposal for establishment of Georgetown Academy 5/2/1787; fragment of letter to Bp Carroll on congregations of Cobb Neck and Newport, education of young men at Georgetown 1792-93; ALS recommendation of Rev. John Rosseter by Rev. George Staunton, to Bp Carroll 5/12/1794; request of Maine Indians of Passamaquady to Bp Carroll for priest 5/17/1791; AMs copy of Charles Carroll's letter of 7/16/1765 on appointment of vicariate-apostolic to America; AMs playlet on Suppression of Society.

Box: 57 Fold: 14 Novitiate Correspondence [203 A1-8]
circa 1762-1955

DESCRIPTION: Contains AMs Order of Daily Duties at Hodder House Novitiate, Stonyhurst, written by Charles Plowden, SJ for use of Robert Molyneaux, SJ in Georgetown Novitiate 1806, plus photostat of same, and offprint of April 1955 Woodstock Letters with reproduction of same; AMs instructions to Novices 1806; AMs account of Novitiate at Paris Daily Order, ca. 1762, plus offprint of April 1955 Woodstock Letters with translation of same; AMs distribution of time signed by Anthony Kohlmann ca. 1817-19; AMs daily distribution of time for year 1820; AMs distribution of time 1817 and 1821; AMs memorandum to Fr. Kenney 7/6/1831; AMs explanation of Novitiate rules 5/6/1840.

Box: 57 Fold: 1 Grassi Correspondence [203 B1-14]
Nov-Dec 1812

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Benedict Fenwick, SJ to John Grassi, SJ on arrival of Ladaviere in New York 11/6/1812; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on possibility of closing Georgetown, clergy needs of St. Thomas Manor 11/11/1812; from Grassi to J.B. Cary on construction for new Novitiate at White Marsh 11/13/1812; from Grassi to John Beschter, SJ 11/13/1812; AMs note of introduction from Abp Carroll to Grassi re a Mr. Harent 11/15/1812; ALS from Grassi to Beschter on conditions for dismissing novices, Ladaviere's studies 11/16/1812, 11/20/1812; from Charles Neale to Grassi on faculties given to Rector Georgetown, Corporation's power over temporals 12/1/1812; from Pierre Malou to Grassi on general complaints 12/2/1812; ANS from Thomas Jenkins to John Henry, SJ asking assistance 12/3/1812; from Anthony Kohlmann to Grassi on incapacity of Malou 12/11/1812; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on improvements at Georgetown, building of novitiate at White Marsh 12/31/1812; from Grassi to J.B. Cary on latter's health 12/31/1812; from Abp Carroll to Enoch Fenwick, SJ on former's trip to Bohemia (no date, pres. 1812).

Box: 57 Fold: 2 Correspondence Jul-Aug 1812 [203 C1-8]
Jul-Aug 1812

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Abp Carroll to Grassi on Charles Neale's foregoing of confessing of nuns, questions on Grassi's appointment to Presidency of Georgetown 7/9/1812; from Bp Michael Egan of Philadelphia to Beschter on discord between Maximilian Rantzau, SJ and Patrick Kenny, SJ in Holy Trinity Church Philadelphia 7/19/1812, more on same 7/22/1812, on misc matters 8/3/1812; from Abp Carroll to Beschter on the latter's difficulties, payments on old debt of Maryland to England Province 7/30/1812; from Kohlmann to Grassi on expanding Georgetown 8/23/1812; from Pierre Malou, SJ to Grassi on discipline in New York 8/26/1812; from Grassi to Beschter on the latter's ill health, with invitation to Georgetown 8/31/1812.

Box: 57 Fold: 3 Correspondence Sept-Oct 1812 [203 C9-25]
Sept-Oct 1812

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Egan to Grassi on declining health of Beschter 9/8/1812; from Kohlmann to Grassi on unfitness of Malou, use of Conewago house as Novitiate, unfitness of Beschter as Master of Novices 9/11/1812; from Leonard Neale to Grassi on former's resentment of latter's rebuke re management of Georgetown 9/12/1812; from Bro. Joseph Mobberly to Grassi recommending St. Inigoes for Novitiate undated (pres. Summer 1812); from Grassi to Beschter on latter's relocation to White Marsh, decision on location of Novitiate 9/12/1812; from Abp Carroll to Enoch Fenwick re meeting of Corporation at Georgetown 9/12/1812; from Rev. William Matthews to Grassi on duties of President and Vice President of Georgetown under Molyneux and Neale 9/14/1812; from James Wallace, SJ to Grassi on disordered state of Literary Institute 9/21/1812; from Benedict Fenwick to Grassi on Malou's discontent with Literary Institute 9/21/1812; from Abp Carroll to Enoch Fenwick on sending of novices to St. Inigoes until completion of White Marsh, new directors of Georgetown, $6000 loan from a Mr. Jackson of Bladensburg, pres. to Georgetown 9/23/1812; from C. Bowling, SJ to Leonard Edelin, SJ 9/2/1812; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick 9/25/1812; ANS from Lorenzo Abp of Rio de Janeiro (?) 10/3/1812; from Grassi to J.B. Cary, SJ 10/5/1812; from Grassi to Cary on mass stipends 10/23/1812; from John Henry, SJ to Cary on performance of marriage 10/29/1812; from Abp Carroll to Grassi recommending Matthew Deagle as student 10/30/1812.

Box: 57 Fold: 4 Grassi and other Correspondence [203 D1-9]
Feb-May 1812

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: to Grassi from Orazio Montefisso on latter's visit to Sicily (no date, pres. 1812); from J.B. Cary, SJ to novice Simon Gartland on latter's desire to leave Society and return to France 2/5/1812; from Wm. Strickland, SJ to Grassi (?) on latter's appointment as Rector of Georgetown 2/12/1812; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on communication with Rome, General's dissatisfaction with American administration 2/22/1812; from Strickland to Grassi on latter's appointment as Rector, reform of abuses at Georgetown, plans to merge Georgetown and Literary Institute at New York Apr 1812; [from Abp Carroll to F. Neale 4/11/1812;] from Bp of Quebec to Grassi on Halifax ministry 4/16/1812; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick 5/1/1812 and 5/4/1812.

Box: 57 Fold: 5 Grassi and other Correspondence (2) [203 D10-18]
May-Jun 1812

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Bp Michael Egan to Abp Carroll on power of attorney for Philadelphia property May 1812; from Patrick Kenny, SJ to C. Neale on Rantzau and Holy Trinity Church, Philadelphia 5/22/1812; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick 5/24/1812; for Bp Egan to Beschter on latter's chances of returning to Lancaster 6/15/1812; from C. Neale to Grassi on Halifax ministry 6/16/1812; for Bp Egan to Beschter on latter's health 6/22/1812; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick on meeting of Directors of Library 6/23/1812 and 6/30/1812; from Anthony Kohlmann, SJ to Grassi on former's chances of becoming Master of Novices 6/23/1812.

Box: 57 Fold: 6 Correspondence [203 H1-8]
Sept-Dec 1811

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Abp of Quebec to Grassi on Halifax Ministry 9/5/1811; from C. Neale to F. Neale on relations between Society and See 9/11/1811; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick on meeting of Corp 9/21/1811; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on "degraded state" of Georgetown, C. Neale's harmful interventions 10/27/1811; from Abp Carroll to C. Neale on Rantzau and on Neale's arrogance in general 11/5/1811; from E. Fenwick to Francis Fenwick 11/11/1811; from Pierre Malou with account of Society in US, including list of acreages of Maryland missions, general description of Georgetown's layout and "pitiable state" 11/20/1811; from C. Neale to Grassi 12/9/1811.

Box: 57 Fold: 7 Correspondence [203 K1-9]
Jan-Mar 1811

DESCRIPTION:

Contains ALS: from Abp Carroll to C. Neale on change of administration for

Cobb Neck and Newport 1/4/1811; from Kohlmann expressing hope that

Georgetown rather than the Literary Institute would close 1/4/1811; from

Rev. John Rosseter to Abp Carroll 1/20/1811; from Abp Carroll to F. Neale

on Rosseter's desire to reside in a Jesuit House 1/21/1811; from Abp Carroll to Rosseter recommending latter reside at White Marsh 1/26/1811, on advantages of White Marsh 1/29/1811; from Giuseppe Ignazio Amaja, SJ to Grassi 2/11/1811; from Charles Plowden on C. Neale 3/11/1811; from Plowden to Grassi on Halifax college, C. Neale, purchase of lands by Stonyhurst 3/20/1811.

Box: 57 Fold: 8 Correspondence [203 K10-17]
Apr-Jun 1811

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Kohlmann to Grassi on closing of Georgetown College 4/2/1811; from Abp Carroll to Grassi, letter of recommendation 5/12/1811; from Abp Carroll to Rev. William Matthews 5/27/1811; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick on misc. appointments 6/8/1811, on organization of Georgetown 6/19/1811, on misc 6/25/1811, 6/30/1811; from Benedict Fenwick to F. Neale on inability of Georgetown to attract students from outside of Maryland, relations of Society with Sees 6/10/1811.

Box: 57 Fold: 9 Correspondence [203 M1-10]
Jun-Dec 1810

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Abp Carroll to F. Neale on establishment of "perpetual free place" at Georgetown, first offered to Charles Pisi 6/7/1810; from Abp Carroll on request to retain E. Fenwick as pastor of St. Mary's, Alexandria 7/5/1810; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick on loan from Holy Trinity Church for burial of Anne Barry 8/7/1810; from Francis Maleve, SJ to F. Neale on availability of land owned by Samuel Lilly in Frederick 8/17/1810; from Joseph Smith to F. Neale advising purchase of Lilly land 8/30/1810; from Abp Carroll to C. Neale on relations of Society to See and Georgetown's reduced number of students 9/11/1810; from Adam Marshall, SJ to F. Neale on debt of St. Thomas Manor, overseer from White Marsh for Port Tobacco 9/16/1810; from Camillo Luigi de Rossi to Grassi 10/4/1810; from B. Fenwick to G. Fenwick, Sr. on former's appointment as head of NY Literary Institute, attempt to obtain license for lottery to support school 12/4/1810; from Plowden to Grassi on Napoleon, donation of land to Stonyhurst (undated).

Box: 57 Fold: 10 Correspondence [203 N1-6]
Mar-Nov 1809

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Kohlmann to Grassi on foundation of colleges in America, preservation of estates, foundation of Literary Institute 3/21/1809; from C. Neale to F. Neale circular advising Jesuits to appear as seculars 5/24/1809, on general complaints against misc Jesuits 11/29/1809; from Peter Kenney, SJ to Grassi on persecution of Jesuits in Spain 6/10/1809; from Kohlmann to Grassi on importance of New York and Philadelphia, Literary Institute, number of students (50) at Georgetown 7/26/1809; to F. Neale on situation of Society in England and Ireland 9/18/1809.

Box: 57 Fold: 11 Correspondence [203 P1-7]
Mar-Sept 1808

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Abp Carroll to Robert Molyneux, SJ on lack of rent from Bohemia Manor, relations between Society and Sees 3/3/1808, on Kenney's purchase of White Clay Creek, probability of Richard and William Seton leaving Georgetown 6/19/1808; from Rosseter to Abp Carroll on sale of Willings Alley land to St. Mary's, Philadelphia 6/29/1808; from Abp Carroll to Molyneux on reasons for sparse attendance at Georgetown 7/1/1808, 7/9/1808, on disposition of members of Society 9/19/1808; from Abp Carroll to Kohlmann on hopes for extension of Society 8/15/1808; from Abp Carroll to Molyneux on unfitness of Georgetown for novices 9/19/1808; permission from Abp of Vienna for Paul Kohlmann to enter Society 9/3/1808.

Box: 57 Fold: 12 Correspondence of John Carroll to Robert Molyneux, SJ [203 R1-10]
Feb-Dec 1807

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS from Abp Carroll to Molyneux: on Georgetown's unfinished state, desire to keep school open, Georgetown's costs in money and reputation 2/3/1807; on settling of Deer Creek boundary 2/25/1807; on income from Bohemia Manor, praise for Society, 3/27/1807; on schism in Pennsylvania, authority of Bishops over Society 4/7/1807; on healing of schism, books for Georgetown, possibility of arrival of Jesuits from Naples 5/10/1807; on financial distress of Georgetown, delay in deed for White Clay Creek, inferiority of Society colleges to Sulpician colleges in America 5/22/1807; on administration of Goshenhoppen, disguise of Society offices 12/11/1807; on payments to be made to Georgetown, lack of payment from Bohemia 12/29/1807. Also includes ALS from Joseph Stone to F. Neale on debts to Georgetown; undated notes of Abp Carroll on reimbursement of Georgetown by Jesuits on retreat there.

Box: 57 Fold: 13 Correspondence [203 S1-13]
1806

DESCRIPTION: 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.

Box: 57 Fold: 14 Sewall Correspondence [203 T1-5]
Feb-Jun 1804

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS Nicholas Sewall, SJ to Charles Sewall, SJ on novitiate, unavailability of missionaries for St. Thomas Manor 2/25/1804, on reestablishment of Society in Naples and Sicily 5/15/1804, on confirmation of reestablishment in Naples and Sicily, conditions of reestablishment elsewhere 6/21/1804, on Irish entrants at Stonyhurst 10/15/1804.

Box: 57 Fold: 15 Correspondence [203 T6-11]
1805

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Abp Carroll to Rev. John Byrne on possibility of general restoration 1/10/1805; from Leonard Neale to F. Neale on properties near Port Tobacco 7/15/1805; from Abp Carroll to F. Neale denouncing sales of slaves in White Marsh "in direct contradiction of the decision of the Corp" 10/3/1805, on confirmation of Charter of 1805, 12/16/1805; from Molyneux to F. Neale on payment to Georgetown teachers, Charter of 1805 11/7/1805.

Box: 57 Fold: 16 Sewall and Other Correspondence [203 W1-11]
1802

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from N. Sewall to C. Sewall on sale of Mattapany property, union of English Jesuits to Russia 2/18/1802, 4/8/1802, 4/12/1802, 9/21/1802, 12/16/1802, 12/29/1802; from Abp Carroll to Rosseter on administration of Society property 4/30/1802, 5/5/1802, affairs at St. Mary's, Phila. 5/14/1802, 6/4/1802; from Chambersburgh parish to Abp Carroll on difficulties of that parish 6/14/1802.

Box: 57 Fold: 17 Sewall and Other Correspondence [203 W12-19]
Feb-Oct 1803

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from N. Sewall to C. Sewall on Mattapany property 2/17/1803, on aggregation to Russia 4/29/1803, 7/9/1803, on flourishing of Stonyhurst 8/20/1803, on opening of missions in Russia 10/28/1803, 10/29/1803; from Plowden to Abp Carroll on aggregation 5/29/1803; from L. Neale to C. Sewall on difficulties of communication with Russia 8/25/1803.

Box: 57 Fold: 18 Correspondence [203 Z1-8]
Jan 1800-Nov 1801

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from N. Sewall to C. Sewall on Notley Young at Georgetown, notes on farming 1/22/1800, on Father's death, state of Stonyhurst 7/15/1800, on Society in Russia, AMs copy of Abp Carroll's circular to Catholics on yellow fever epidemic 8/26/1800; from St. Thomas Manor to Marmaduke Stone, SJ 11/28/1800; AMs account of the establishment of the Society of the Faith of Jesus 1800; from Abp Carroll to F. Neale on enclosed music and papers for Georgetown 7/5/1801; claims against Corporation 1801.

Box: 58 Fold: 1 Correspondence [204 F1-12]
Oct-Dec 1815

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from E. Fenwick to Grassi recommending James Dickson 10/3/1815; from E. Fenwick on two students for Georgetown 10/9/1815; from John McElroy, SJ to J.B. Cary, SJ on shipwrecked loss of goods for Georgetown 10/13/1815; from Rev. Charles Nerinckx to Grassi on former's trip to Baltimore 10/15/1815; from Bp L. Neale to Cary on former's activities in St. Mary's Co. 10/20/1815; from Kenney to Grassi recommending bearer 11/6/1815; circular of Bp L. Neale on death of Abp Carroll 12/4/1815; from J.J. Peemans to Grassi on establishment of college at Bordeaux 12/6/1815; from Abp L. Neale to congregation at Norfolk, VA on death of Abp Carroll 12/13/1815; to Grassi on relations of Sulpicians and Society, Sisters of St. Francis de Sales 12/18/1815; dispensation from Abp L. Neale to Cary 12/18/1815; from Grassi to E. Fenwick on L. Neale's choice of residence, Grassi's decision to petition Congress to allow duty-free gift of library to Georgetown College 12/28/1815.

Box: 58 Fold: 2 Correspondence [204 G1-10]
Jul-Sept 1815

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: to G. Fenwick from B. Fenwick on former's plans to visit latter in NY 7/15/1815; to Cary from McElroy on enrollment at Georgetown 7/16/1815; to Grassi from Abp Carroll on lack of priests (undated, though postmarked Sept 25, pres. 1815); to L. Neale from Abp Carroll on nomination of Harold as Bp of Philadelphia, protection of Society property 7/18/1815; to Cary from Abp Carroll on bequest to Cathedral 7/22/1815; to Grassi from Abp Carroll on illiteracy and priesthood 7/24/1815; to F. Neale from Abp Carroll requesting former to go to Bohemia Manor to settle with Rev. Wm. Pasquet on question of land 7/26/1815; from Cornel Geerts, SJ to Grassi on items sent for distribution to college and elsewhere Aug 1815; from Malou to Grassi on former's wish to return to Europe 8/8/1815; to Grassi 8/20/1815.

Box: 58 Fold: 3 Correspondence [204 G11-19]
Aug-Sept 1815

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Francis Vespre, SJ to Grassi with extracts from French newspapers on the Society 8/25/1815; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on purpose of Georgetown College, loan for Deer Creek 8/25/1815; from Malou to Grassi on charges against the former 8/26/1815; from L. Donche, SJ to Grassi accompanying box of items for Visitation 8/27/1815; from Plowden to Grassi on restoration in Spain, difficulties of Society in England 9/2/1815; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick on incapacity of Seminary to receive students from Ireland, Pasquet's trip to Baltimore 9/10/1815; to Grassi 9/12/1815; from E. Fenwick to Cary 9/21/1815; from Adam Britt, SJ to Grassi on neglect of farm at Conewago 9/22/1815.

Box: 58 Fold: 4 Correspondence [204 H1-9]
Apr-May 1815

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Grassi to Cary directing C. Neale to claim Ashton's property 4/11/1815, on unhealthfulness of St. Thomas Manor 4/24/1815; from Kohlmann to Grassi on closing of Literary Institute, unfitness of Maryland to support Society, general superiority of New York, recommendation to close Georgetown 4/24/1815; from McElroy to Cary on payments from St. Thomas Manor, building of Novitiate at Georgetown 5/4/1815; from Abp Carroll on Pasquet 5/7/1815; from John Weld to Grassi on difficulties of Society in England 5/9/1815; from Bp Cheverus of Boston to Grassi on restoration of Society, closing of Literary Institute 5/9/1815; from Grassi to Kohlmann on relocation of Nerinckx to Europe 5/17/1815; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on restoration, ordinations at Georgetown 5/19/1815.

Box: 58 Fold: 5 Correspondence [204 H10-18]
May-Jun 1815

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Kohlmann to Grassi on call for meeting of consultors at Georgetown, recommendation of conversion of Georgetown into Novitiate 5/23/1815; to Grassi 5/29/1815; from Abp Carroll to E. Fenwick on meeting at Georgetown 6/1/1815; to Cary 6/4/1815; from Joseph Tristram, SJ to Grassi re Bull of Reestablishment, difficulties of Society in England 6/6/1815; to Grassi 6/6/1815; from Kohlmann to Grassi on closing of Literary Institute 6/9/1815; to E. Fenwick 6/19/1815; to G. Fenwick 6/22/1815; from B. Fenwick to G. Fenwick 6/26/1815.

Box: 58 Fold: 6 Correspondence [204 K1-7]
Jan-Feb 1815

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from E. Fenwick to G. Fenwick on occasion of New Year's Day 1/3/1815; to Grassi 1/12/1815; from Joseph Mobberly, SJ to Grassi recommending release of slaves 2/5/1815, on relations between St. Inigoes and St. George's Island 2/16/1815; from B. Fenwick to Grassi on celebration of end of War of 1812, disposal of items belonging to Literary Institute 2/20/1815; from Abp Carroll to Grassi in which former defends himself re preservation of Society property and Society interests in general, transfer of novitiate to Conewago, C. Neale's defects, Pasquet affair 2/21/1815; from E. Fenwick to Grassi on Pasquet 2/29/1815 [sic].

Box: 58 Fold: 7 Correspondence [204 K8-16]
Mar 1815

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Bp Benoit Joseph of Bardstown to Grassi on restoration, request for Jesuit Missions 3/1/1815; from Grassi to Kohlmann recommending Novitiate for Washington 3/4/1815; from B. Fenwick to Grassi recommending against move of Kohlmann from NY, on debt of St. Patrick's parish 3/7/1815; from Grassi to Cary on Washington location of Novitiate 3/10/1815; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on Novitiate in Washington 3/16/1815; from John Henry, SJ to Cary on needs of St. Inigoes 3/22/1815; from Mobberly to Grassi on St. George's Island property and war damages, White Marsh livestock problems 3/26/1815; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on general restoration in Rome, division of places among orders 3/31/1815.

Box: 58 Fold: 8 Correspondence [204 M1-8]
Oct-Nov 1814

DESCRIPTION: Contains ALS: from Plowden (pres.), to Abp Carroll with account of restoration of Society in Rome 10/8/1814; from Abp Carroll to Grassi on Plowden's letter 10/14/1814; from Kohlmann to Grassi requesting Marechal be sent to NY 10/14/1814; from McElroy to Cary on sending of wheat to mill at Georgetown 10/19/1814; to Grassi from his brother Giovanni Battista on family and local matters 10/20/1814; to Grassi on reading of papal Bull on Society, family matters 10/29/1814; from Mobberly to Grassi with detailed account of British raid on residence and chapel in St. Inigoes 11/1/1814, on plundering of St. Inigoes and fear of continuing raids 11/5/1814.

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