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When the war between France and Austria had made orphans the most acute sufferers, St.
Vincent de Paul secured as many as possible from the provinces, and had them cared for in Paris by Mlle le Gras and the Sisters of Charity then fully established.
Three towns alone furnished no less than 1000 orphans under the age of seven years.
The Sisters of Charity spread over the world, and ever since have been looked to for the protection of the orphan, or have been the inspiration for other orders seeking to perform the same work.
The obligation of support is imposed upon parents or grandparents by nearly every system of laws ; but there is no such obligation upon any other relative.This was an orphanage for girls, which was established in 1548 in Mexico by a Spanish order and was called La Caridad (Steelman, "Charities for Children in Mexico").The first orphanage in the territory now comprised in the United States was that of the Ursulines, founded in New Orleans in 1727 under the auspices of Louis XV.In the next century the exposures, principally by Charles Dickens, of the evils bred by the workhouse and the indenturing system led to many reforms.Numerous private asylums were founded in the reign of Queen Victoria under royal patronage, and with considerable official oversight and solicitude.