The rector went on gravely: --You are all familiar with the story of the life of saint Francis Xavier, I suppose, the patron of your college. --We are assembled here today, my dear little brothers in Christ, for one brief moment far away from the busy bustle of the outer world to celebrate and to honour one of the greatest of saints, the apostle of the Indies, the patron saint also of your college, saint Francis Xavier. " "Do what?" "Think me--for a change--BAD!" I shall never forget the sweetness and gaiety with which he brought out the word, nor how, on top of it, he bent forward and kissed me. The thirteenth and fourteenth amendments have been generally enforced and have secured the objects for which they are intended.