Sisters of Mercy

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Textual Production Charlotte Mary Brame
CMB published her first collection of short stories, titled Tales from the Diary of a Sister of Mercy. The material in this volume had originally appeared in the Catholic magazine called The Lamp.
Drozdz, Gregory. Charlotte Mary Brame. Gregory Drozdz, 1984.
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British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Charlotte Mary Brame
Tales from the Diary of a Sister of Mercy was put out by the Catholic publishing firm of Burns and Oates : the Sisters of Mercy belonged to an Irish nursing Order. The book seems...

Timeline

1831
Catherine McAuley created the Order of the Sisters of Mercy in Ireland to care for the sick.
After March 1854
The Irish sisterhoods were asked to serve as nurses in the Crimean War; the Sisters of Mercy agreed but the Sisters of Charity declined.
After March 1854
The Irish sisterhoods were asked to serve as nurses in the Crimean War; the Sisters of Mercy agreed but the Sisters of Charity declined.
18 July 1862
The Bishop of London, Archibald Campbell Tait , set apartElizabeth Ferard to be a deaconess in the Anglican Church , and to head an Order of Deaconesses, even though no such order as yet officially existed.