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The harvest very probably does not amount to much. An Irish celebration. The Irish are to have a great national celebration — yes, a national celebration.--I mean, of course, an ultra montane one, on laying the foundation of their new Catholic University. It is to come off in July, when the American bishops can partake in it on their passage in returning from Rome, and it will be also graced by some leading French prelates. The orator will be no other than your old friend, Archbishop Hughes. You are aware that he has long been at Paris, and much at course. He is. I can assure you, esteemed highly by the Emperor and, in fact, issa man much after his own heart or head. He has also done capital service for the republic, and probably is destined to do more for that and other things. You need not be surprised if you should hear, some fine morning, of his having been presented with a Cardinal's hat, and thus endowing America with the first dignity of this order. Nay, if th