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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLITGENCER. VOL,. 111. BOSTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1831. El o Qsig i<irsg in xwv, rig xoi)’ tjjawv ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ?—rom. vhi. xxxi. NO. I. UNITED STATES PUBLISHED BY HENRY L. DEVEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Tfrms-3 dollars per annum in advance. All communications must be post paid. Office 36 Congress Street. £ 3 : THE INTELLIGEiUIIII BOSTON, OCTOBER 1, 1831.

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

' Our country is degraded by fanaticism and crime'; scarcely does a week pass, or a journal appear, that brings not some new tale of horror, blasphemy 1 , orrnarder. Yes, demoralization ; reigns in town and country ; the vices and contagious examples of the one spread like wild-fire through the other. What can more effectual!) - and readily swell the tide of immorality, or increase the ranks of infidelity, than the licentiousness connected with camp-meetings, misnamed religious associations, and mock-revivals ? The respectable, the reflecting portion of the community view the dis;istroas effects of such schemes with feel mgs of horror, and very prudently as well as patriotically prevent their sisters, wives and daughters from attending such scenes of fanaticism and licentious ■depravity. Thousands of weak-minded but well disposed persons, we are willing to may attend such places, but then, they pay dearly for it. Frantic mania, or gloomy melancholy, loss of character, and suicide, a...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

3 Our subscribers and friefids in general who live ’ at a distance, may have already expressed surprise i and discontent, at not having received at an earlier . date, the first number of the U S. Catholic Intdli- - gencer. We respectfully inform them that it was 1 our intention to meet their wishes at the time specified in a late number of “ the Jesuit,” hut policy r suggested so many motives, at once so plausible I and prudent, as to induce us to withhold the first f appearance of our Paper, until the present moment. Our friends who are lovers of sound policy, will without doubt, easily pardon us, if wm also have been erli tangled in the meshes of its influence, and the piore t so, as the enemy has not in the mean time prevailed against us. It is painful for us to understand that ( many of our former subscribers have not received “the Jesuit,” as regularly as we could have wished. , The fault was not ours; such are the delays and : occasional irregularities of ofi.ee, that the best...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] ! “ If God be for us, who is against us?” Rom. viii. 31. Mr. Editor : ’1 Ins noble motto which sits so appositely on the face of the Jesuit, and is so expressive of its bold unbending course, has more than once cheered ns.j , amid the vicissitudes of awtnl boding, oppression and persecution, through which onr Holy Religion and its possessors have had successively to pass. —| es, the faithful Catholic, and he atone, ran , with-; out alarm, sit down, and undismayed look on, while the tempest beats and the billows lash the little skiff, in which he is embarked secure for heaven : because he is convinced that God is for him, am;' therefore he fears not all that are against him. So it was with many of our brethren, not only on the] other side of th» water, but even in this happy land of freedom, where every thipg else appeared so full , of promise and expectation, their religion alone had every thing but heaven against it, and yet were they . undismayed ...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
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VIRGINIA INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

VIRGINIA INSURRECTION. Extract of a letter dated Petersburg, Va. Sept. 10th, published in the New York Courier :—“ Our town, in common with the greater portions of southern Virginia, has recently been thrown into a great state of excitement, in consequence of an insurrection among the slaves of Southampton county. The newspapers have given many and contradictory accounts of this'bloody affair. There was not an absconding negro among the murderous band ; and pluuder was scarcely a secondary object. For many weeks previous w>e were annoyed by night and day with'negro meetings, preachings and baptizings. Hundreds of pretended converts in Petersburg, Richmond, and the surrounding country —nay thousands is no exaggeration—went down into the water, and came thence so pure, that for all future time they could do no wrung. This is their doctrine, whether taught them by the respectable white brethren who have occasionally ministered in their churches, I am not prepared to say. At ...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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PROSPECTUS OF THE ATHEN ÆUM, CINCINNATI, [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

PROSPECTUS OF THE ATHEN ÆUM, CINCINNATI, TO BE OPENED FOR ITS ACADEMICAL OPERATIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS MONTH. The many and important advantages arising from a virtuous and liberal education, are too well felt and acknowledged, to need discussion or develope-! ment. A good education, is esteemed by the en-' lightened people of this country, as the principal source of. social and individual happiness. If it be ■ true, as it has been so well remarked, “ that a nation . is on the decline when its youth are corrupted,” it must be equally true, that when the youth *are well educated, the social body must then be blessed with health and vigour: so intimately is ed- . ucation connected with the better interests of socie- . ty. To establish literary institutions ; to devote, to I the instruction of youth, our time, and the talents . which Divine Providence may have bestowed on us; 1 is, then, to deserve well of society, whose future , supports and ornaments we prepare, in the pupils co...

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[From the Stamford (Con.) Sentinel.] SHOCKING EFFECTS OF A FOUR DAYS’ MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

[From the Stamford (Con.) Sentinel.] SHOCKING EFFECTS OF A FOUR DAYS’ MEETING. ! The following melancholy occurrence from fanaticism, which has recently taken place in an adjoining town, has been related to us by a person who learnt the particulars from the wife of the unfortunate man, and from persons residing in the vicinity of the bloody scene. A Mr. Stephen J. Miller, of New Canaan, for many years past a very respectable member of the Congregational, church in North Stamford, under the pastoral charge of the Rev. Mr. Fuller, on Thursday night last, killed his two children, and nearly killed his wife, while in a state of aberration of mind. The circumstances which led to the act are as follows : Not long since, the church at North Stamford held a “ four days meeting.” Mr. M. was constant in his attendance, and was apparently much exercised in his mind with the religious services of the meeting. On Friday, the 2d instant, he attended a similar meeting at New Canaan, conducted by t...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

POETRY. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] The following sublime Ode to the Supreme Being is translated from the Russian ; and though it undoubtedly loses much of its original strength of expression, as do most translations, yet it retains much sublimity and grandeur. It was written; by one of the most distinguished Russian poets, “ Derzhanir.” This ode is said to have been translated into the Chinese and Tartar languages, written on rich silk, and suspend- ! ed in the imperial palace at Pekin. The Emperor of Japan had it translated into the Japanese, embroidered in gold, and ; hung in the temple of Jeddo. It is gratifying to learn, that ■ those nations have done themselves the honor of bestowing j such attention on a production whose theme is the great God of the Universe. GOD. O thou eternal One ! whose presence bright All space doth occupy, all motion guide ; Unchang’d through time’s all devastating flight ; Thou only God ! There is no God beside ! Being above all beings ...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATE CATHOLIC INTELLITGENCER [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATE CATHOLIC INTELLITGENCER John Tardi, Quebec. Maurice Moriarty, Montreal. Rev. C. 1). French, Portland, Maine. Rev. J. O’Callaghan, Burlington, Vt. James M’Nally, —— Sicanton, Vt. Patrick Mooney, Boston. r, r, ( Charlestown and Patrick Denvir, j Lechmere Point. Green, Milton. Rev. J. Mahony, £ Lowell. Patrick Powers, : \ “ Capt. Newport, Salem. D. O’Callahan, Watertown, Mass. Rev. P. Connolly, Sandwich, Mas-. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Whitefield, Maine. ißev. John Corry, Taunton and Prov. IPatrick John M’Nama'ra, Roche ter, JV. V. |Rev. F. O’Donohue, Satina, JV. Y. Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn, JV. Y. IJohn Manning, llbanxf, JV. Y. Toward M‘Coughin, . $ Ticcndaroga, Essex ( County, JV. ¥. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. John Spalding, 5 Hill > Chas- ( Co. Md. John D. Murphy, Washington, D. C. Rev. Mr. Van Lommel, Georgetown, D. C. Robert Camm, JVorfolk, Va. Joseph Haseltine, Bardstown, Ky. Wm. S. Blain, Charleston, S. C. Michael P. Ca...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

ORRIS T. CHAPIN, TAILOR. INFORMS his friends and the public, that he makes all L kinds of Gentlemen’s Apparel, in the first rate style, and which, he warrants, will afford satisfaction ; he will furnish all garments as cheap as can be obtained elsewhere in the city. He receives regularly the London and New York fashions. His Store is on the Second Story, No. 46, Washington Street. Oct. 1.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 1 October 1831

NOTICE. irvATRICK M’DERMOTT, a Native of the County Kil*Uj . ‘ I I. I/; n<.ar flnl.lin dare, and who was married m Kingston, near Dublin, is hereby informed, that his wife and four children have arrived in Boston. They understand that lie left Roxbury, in this State, about twelve months since, to obtain work as a stone mason ; they are extremely animus to hear from him. He is hereby requested to write or come for his poor lanniy, to this city, as soon as possible. I |Q‘» Editors, with whom we exchange, will perform an 'act of charity by giving the above notice a few insertions. Oct. 1. C A 2 II oL, I c B() O KS, ‘•OtOOR Sale by P. Mooney, corner of Franklin and Federal Streets. Quarto and Octavo Douay Bibles. Douay Testaments. Butler’s Lives of the Saints. Milner’s End of Controversy. Gahan’s Christian Church. Challoner’s Meditations, 2 vols. Fletcher’s Controversial Sermons. “ Comparative Views. Lentefi Monitor. Mrs. Herbert and Villagers. Holy Week. Cochin on the Sacrif...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. El 0 ©SOS Vltig JJU.UV, Tl's xcd' »J(AUV ; —SI DECS pro nobis, quis contra nos ? IF goo he FOR US, who is against US ? ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. 111. ROSTOV, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1831. NO. 11. UKITSD STATES PUBLISHED BY HENRY L. DEVEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per annum in advance. All communications must be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Office 36 Congress Street. THE INTEEEIGEKCER. BOSTON, OCTOBER 8, 1831.

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INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIANITY: [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIANITY: Or, the Evidences and Characters of the Christian Religion. By Bishop Poynter, V. A. L. Christianity is that form of Religion, which was taught an 1 instituted by Christ. It embraces the doctrines of faith, which Christ revealed ; the supernatural moral precepts , which he delivered ; the sacred rites, which he instituted ; and the form of constitution, which he founded, for the government of his Church. Its doctrines are most sublime and consoling; and, at the same time, most true and certain. Its moral precepts are most pure and perfect; prescribing the renunciation of all sin, and; the exercise of every virtue. Its religious rites are most holy and salutary, being the divinely established means of offering an acceptable worship to God, and of communicating the graces of sanctification to the souls of men. To those who embrace the Christian Religion with sincerity, and observe its injunctions with fidelity, it imparts peace and spiritual consolation i...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. |C3=» We shall regularly continue this most important enquiry. HOUSE OF COMMONS—Aug. 10. ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN IRELAND. Mr. O’CONNEL said he regretted much t a abjsence of the Right Hon. Secretary for Ireland, as he wished to propose to him certain questions relative to the general administration of justice, and particularly in relation to a late trial in Kilkenny, &.c. and to move for copies of the reports and records of conviction on the 19th of December last. At Maghera, 200 Orangemen, with fifes and bugles, after ransacking the little town, entered some of the houses, spoliated property, destroyed furniture, and exposed females and children, and upon two occasions, when trials were instituted, the Catholics only were convicted, and sentenced to three, four and five months imprisonment, while there was total impunity to the other party ! ! ! Air. CRAMPTON (the Solicitor-General for Ireland) complained that notice had not been given by...

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[From the Liberalist] REVIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

[From the Liberalist] REVIVALS. Let parents read and reflect upon the following statement. Much has been said and published of late by the Orthodox, relative to the subject above named ; and great exultation and rejoicing has been exhibited by that party in view of what they have done in this place by their great revival. But I am of the opinion, that if they would publish all the tacts of the case relative to their management, and the fruits of their labor, the public would know better how to view and appreciate them than it now does, and would set the seal of righteous reprobation on such mad fanaticism, religious mania, and fatal delusion as the people here have been the dupes of, for a few weeks past. I shall state a few of these facts for the serious | consideration of the rational, intelligent and sober I part of the community. A four (protracted to a fourteen ) days’ meeting was commenced on the 31st I of May last, and ended on the 13th of June inst.— Bapt'St and Presbyterian...

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[From the American Manufacturer.] MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

[From the American Manufacturer.] MISSIONS. Messrs. Editors —[t may not be improper to inform the public, that a society of females was lately formed in this town, (Alleghany) for the purpose of collecting money for the aid of missionaries.— This society was got up by the wife of a Minister in this borough, which Minister is agent for the socie ty, and receives all the money. According to the rides of the society, the females who belong t?i it are obliged to go through Pittsburgh and the adjacent towns, to beg Muslin, Calico, Thread, Nankeen, and indeed every species of store goods. This they do in rotation, except such females as may not appear prepossessing, or qualified to beg to advantage, and these they keep at home to sew. When the articles are made up they are deposited in stores, and sold to the friends of Missions at high prices—even little half length Nankeen gloves are sold at 2o cents a pair, whilst other poor seamstresses are compelled to sell the same kind at 12 cents ...

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O’CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

O’CONNELL. Report says, that the great O’Connell is to be created, “Lord Viscount Tralee”—the title to be taken from the capital city of his native county. We hope that there is no more (truth in this “ Report” than there is in that of the Calvinistic | j and slanderous Report of the Magdalen Society, or in the re— | jligion of revivalism. No, we cannot believe that there is anyji ground for such a report, although we can readily suppose jthat an offer to that effect may have been made to him by the j English Government, who, while they sink into the shade be- j fore the cloudless brilliancy of his talents, virtues and influ- 1 ence, actually dread the man, while they are obliged to ad- i mire him. His political sorcery and moral excellence have j strongly encircled him in the affections and merited confidence, | of millions of his countrymen. The discrepancies of creeds, the swords, guns and bayonets of blood-thirsty Orangemen, jj all the machinations and sleepless ingenuity of gov...

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[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] COMMUNICANTS GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] COMMUNICANTS GUIDE. By J. K. P. Henshaw, D. D. Rector of St. Peters’, Baltimore. I “ No genuine son of the Church of England ever did deny [a true real presence. Christ said this is my body, and what he said we steadfastly believe.” Bishop Bramhall’s answer to Militaire, page 74. From the time when I first saw the announcement of this new work, “ The Communicant’s Guide,” I felt a desire to peruse it—curious to acquaint myself with the author’s views on the subject of the Holy Eucharist, and anxious to know what are his notions regarding the Real Presence, Tran(substantiation, and the Church which teaches those (doctrines. A few days ago, I began to devote my (leisure moments to its pages. But I had not proceeded farther than the second section, before I discovered, that what he styles the “communicant’s (guide,” is, in effect, designed as a hostile, and an (illiberal attack upon the whole community of Catholics, who, with one dash of his theologica...

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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] LETTER FROM Dr. WEEDALL, ON THE MIRACLE OF St. JANUARIUS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 8 October 1831

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] LETTER FROM Dr. WEEDALL, ON THE MIRACLE OF St. JANUARIUS. My principal reason for coming to Naples, and my sole reason for determining to stay so long, was to be present at the celebration of the feast of St. Jamiarius, and to witness a prodigy which has been the subject of such idle declamation amongst Protestant travellers, and of unvVorthy subterfuge with many Catholic writers. Knowing that it will be as interesting to you, tc receive the details, as it has been to me to enter upon the possession of them, I think I cannot employ a part of this day (Sunday) to better purpose: than in recording, for your edification, those facts which have been both an edification and a consolation to me. The feast of St. Januaries, as you 1 well know, is kept by the whole Church on the ]9th of September, that being the day of his glorious martyrdom : but at Naples another feast, with an octave, is kept 0:1 the first Sunday of May, being the anniversary of a so...

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