By Maria Monk
This quantity contains an appendix containing reception of the 1st versions, sequel of her narrative, assessment of the case; additionally a complement giving extra details of the nunnery and grounds. This booklet embraces the contents of the 1st variants of the author's lousy Disclosures, including the sequel of her narrative, giving an account of occasions after her break out from the Nunnery, and of her go back to Montreal to obtain felony research of her fees. It additionally furnishes the entire testimony that was once released opposed to her, of each description, in addition to that which used to be given in affirmation of her tale. on the shut can be came across a assessment of the complete topic, provided by way of a gentleman good certified for the aim; and eventually, a brief complement, giving additional details attention-grabbing to the general public. as a result of age and shortage of the unique we reproduced, a few pages should be spotty, light or tricky to learn.
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Taking the Veil--Interview afterward with the Superior--Surprise and horror at her Disclosure--Resolution to Submit. I was introduced into the Superior's room on the evening preceding the day on which I was to take the veil, to have an interview with the Bishop. The Superior was present, and the interview lasted about half an hour. The Bishop on this as on other occasions appeared to me habitually rough in his manners. His address was by no means prepossessing. Before I took the veil, I was ornamented for the ceremony, and was clothed in a rich dress belonging to the Convent, which was used on such occasions; and placed not far from the altar in the chapel, in the view of a number of spectators who had assembled, perhaps about forty.
Much to my gratification, not a word fell from the lips of any of my old associates in relation to my unceremonious departure, nor my voluntary return. The Superior's orders, I had not a doubt, had been explicitly laid down, and they certainly were carefully obeyed, for I never heard an allusion made to that subject during my subsequent stay in the Convent, except that, when alone, the Superior would herself sometimes say a little about it. There were numbers of young ladies who entered awhile as novices, and became weary or disgusted with some things they observed, and remained but a short time.
It may seem irreverent in me to give the account, but I do it to show how things of a solemn nature were sometimes treated in the Convent, by women bearing the title of saints. " This peculiar expression had something ridiculous to the ears of some of us; and it was soon repeated again and again, in application to various ceremonies which we had to perform. " And so it was when other things were mentioned--every thing which belonged to our condition, was spoken of in similar terms. I have hardly detained the reader long enough on the subject, to give him a just impression of the stress laid on confession.