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harge of the public charities in all the Southern cities. As proof the kindly feeling entertained by non-Catholic Southerners for the religion of our Church, and a testimony of their gratitude to the Catholic Irish who are serving in the Southern army, or have already fallen in battle for the defence of Southern rights and liberties, I append a statement of the receipts at the annual bazaar held on New Year's day, for the benefit of the Catholic. Orphan asylum, in the city of Mobile: Net proceeds on annual bazaar, 1862, $6,800, (£1,360; do, 1861, $17, 365, (£3, 483;) do, 1864 $43,600, (£8,720.) The Catholic inhabitants of Mobile number between ten and fifteen thousand souls, and as the majority of the Catholics are people of moderate means, they have to credit the non-Catholic citizens of Mobile with at least one half of the $43,000, or £8,720, contributed in fear nights for the support of a Catholic orphan Asylum. Can Catholic Dublin, or Catholic Ireland, show anything like thi