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ENGLISH SISTER OF MERCY.
THE DEVONPOKT SISTERHOOD.
Pkobablt in every step in life which is the result of deliberate choice, with the leading motive mingle manj of less force; but led chiefly by the wish to minister to untended suffering, in the summer of 1852,1 joined the Sisters of Mercy at Devonport. As time went on, Miss Sellon thought fit to develop such conventual rules as pressed too heavily upon many of us; and, therefore, after a sojourn of six years I returned to my former occupation.
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