Did this Sulpician, spiritual, cold and ambitious, ever feel the charm of the great trees of her park?
The Sulpician priests had from the first been ardent friends of the Montrealers.
M. Belmont, a Sulpician, taught the boys, and two of the Congregation sisters had charge of the girls.
The Fathers of the Sulpician Order, by virtue of a grant in the year 1663, were proprietors of the whole of this rich district.
Entered the Sulpician order in 1843, and came to Canada two years later.
Sulla's soldiers were impatient for the plunder of Asia, and he therefore contented himself with repealing the Sulpician laws.
These were mostly at the school of the newly founded Sulpician mission on the mountain-side.
Another had been before him—Sulpician, the father-in-law and friend of the late emperor.
This offer was accepted and, on July 10, 1791, four Sulpician priests arrived in Baltimore.
He gave a description of the places he had visited and Galine, the Sulpician geographer, entered them on his map.