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England. [From the True Sun.] DANGER OF AN AMERICAN INVASION OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 July 1834

England. [From the True Sun.] DANGER OF AN AMERICAN INVASION OF IRELAND. At a meeting: of the Manchester Repeal Association, held at Hutton’s Tavern Deansgate, on Monday evening, May 19, Mr. Cobbetl’s Register of Saturday, May 17, was, on motion, ordered to be read at length, upon which the following resolutions were passed : “ Resolved—That the late paper, written by Mr. Cobbett, on the probabilities and danger of an American invasion of Ireland, is, in our judgment, the most important document that has issued from the British press these many years past ; and that it appears to us to be deserving of the most serious attention of his, Majesty’s government, and the people of England. “ Resolved —that we tender our lasting gratitude to Mr. Cobbett for this able production of his pen, and respectfully request him to republish* in a cheap form, this immortal document, and to assure him of our order for 500 copies, for the use of the members of our association. “ Resolved —That we petit...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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Ireland. [From the Dublin Freeman’s Journal, May 31.] MR. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 July 1834

Ireland. [From the Dublin Freeman’s Journal, May 31.] MR. O'CONNELL. It would be useless to deny that, within the last few weeks, the probability of Mr. O’Con- : nell’s acceptance of office has been the theme of general conversation in every political circle. Severely was the subject canvassed —indeed#perhaps it was scrutinized with too much severity—and while the learned gentleman’s bitterest and most implacable opponents insisted that he would take the bait, which has been ! hitherto but too often effectually employed in j converting patriots into the slaves of a court — his honest and disinterested supporters —the men who adhere to him from principle —who sustain him when they conceive him to be right, but will not be dragged through the mire when their reason proclaims to them that he has fallen into error—-the men whose opinion may weigh with society, because it is known to be perfectly uncontrolled—scouted the idea that Mr. O’Connell could or would take place under the present...

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Latest Foreign News. [From the New York Journal of Commerce.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 July 1834

Latest Foreign News. [From the New York Journal of Commerce.] Very late from Mexico. —The brig William, Capt. Martin, which arrived on Saturday, in the very short,passage of 16 days from Vera Cruz, brings papers from that city to July 2d, inclusive. Almost the whole country has declared for the plan of Cuernavaca, or for other plans of similar import, i. e. for the overgrown power and innumerable abuses of the church, and against the reforms introduced by the last Congress. — We are clearly of opinion that those reforms were too sweeping for the infancy of the na-j tion’s enlightenment, but the reaction which has now taken place, throws the country back nearly to the point where it stood when it first shook oft’ the yoke of Spain. There is, however, no doubt of the complete success of the reaction. In addition to the States before-men-tioned which have fallen in with the plan of Cuernavaca, may be added Mexico, Jalisco and Morelia, besides innumerable cities and villages ! in every ...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 July 1834

POETRY. [For the Jesuit.] - LINES ON THE HEATH OF A. W. Farewell, farewell, I must haste away, To blissful scenes of endless day, Where death can boast no despot’s might, Whence sorrow and grief are put to flight. Where love consumes with seraph fire, Where Angels strike the golden lyre, ’Tis there, ’tis there that I speed my way, Delay me not, for I may not stay. Farewell, farewell, I must soar above, To endless scenes of peace and love ; 1 heed ye not, vain earthly pleasures, For I go to possess eternal treasures ; V here “ over the mountains and over the deep,” The spirits of Heaven their night watch keep. Tis there, ’tis there that 1 speed my way, Delay me not, for I may not stay. Farewell, farewell, my parents dear, Let hope chase back the falling tear, For the sweetness of Heaven, its joys supremo Now fill my soul with a joyful beam. Where friends from friends, no more shall part, Where the purest love unites each heart. Tis there, tis there that I speed my way, Delay me not, ...

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Page 240 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 July 1834

MARRIAGES. Michael Hogan and Susan Backing 5 Lawrence Crowley and Mary Hayes ; David Kurras and Frances Abelle. DEATHS. Catherine Brown, 6 weeks; James Buck, 7 1-2 months; James Kirby 24 years ; John Edward Hittinhine, 10 months; Michael Keneley, 16 months; Mary Ann Ward, 4 years.

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Page 240 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 July 1834

Latest from Europe.— The packet ship Lowell, [ Capt. Crocker, arrived at this port on Thursday morning, from Liverpool, bringing papers to the 20th ult. , His Majesty’s ship Donegal arrived at Portsmouth from Lisbon on the 13th June, having on board Don Carlos, his wife, three children, and suite, to the number of (JO individuals, including Bishops, Monks, Generals, &c. He has positively refused to sign an agreement, similar to that of Don Miguel, relative to Portugal—not to return to Spain, nor in any way to interfere with the affairs of the Peninsula. It appears that as the Don obtained refuge on board the Donegal without any restrictions, he is at liberty to shape his course as he thinks proper. When the Donegal left the Tagus, Don Miguel was on board the British Frigate Stag, and was to proceed to Genoa on his j way to the Austrian States, where it is said he intends to reside in future In reply to a question from Lord Farnham, Earl Grey said it was certainly the int...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 9e6; {inig tjuSif, T I; xuff \U&V ; — SI DEIS FRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS 7 IF COD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 7 ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2 , 1831. NO. XXXI. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every toartfaj) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, for the Proprietors, at §3 per annum, in advance. All Communications must be post paid , add directed to the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE J ESU IT. BOSTON, AUGUST 2, 1834.

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QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense, in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense , in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. CONTINUED. 14. Vt hat is the doctrine of those of the Reformed church touching rebellion, deposing and blood-sucking 1 Luther says : You complain, that by our gospel the world is become tumultuous. 1 answer : God be thanked, these things 1 would have, and wo to me, miserable, if they were not. Loc. com. p. 57. lie determined also, that in those dangerous times not only the law itself, but also the force of conscience and necessity, may drive them to take weapons, and make a league in their own defence, though the emperor himself, or any one in his name; should move war against them. Sleydani Hist. 1. S, p. 100. Zuinglius declares : If the Roman empire, or what other sovereignty soever, should oppress the sincere religion, and we negligently suffer the same, we shall be charged with contempt, no less than the oppresso...

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[From the Catholic Miscellany.] DILEMMAS FOR THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

[From the Catholic Miscellany.] DILEMMAS FOR THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. -Ist. —Protestantism is either a modern or an ancient institution. If it is modern, it is not the church of Christ, for eighteen centuries have ! rolled away, since the institution of the Christian code. If it be an ancient institution, where did I it exist, or .in what country did it flourish prior to the Pseudo-Reformation? What historian j makes mention of it during the first fifteen Genii turies ? Plow, or by what means, did it conceal j I its Plydra-head during the long lapse of so long j a period, from the birth of Christ to the time of j[ the Arch-Heresiarchs, Luther and Calv in ? Let not him, who may be so imprudent as to involve | himself in the meshes of this dilemma, endeavour I to extricate himself therefrom by urging the plea j 1 of the invisibility of the church for fifteen centuries, for invisibility in relation to the church is i only another term to express its nonentity. The true church, which ...

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[From the Catholic Herald.] SUCCESSFUL MISSIONS.—THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] SUCCESSFUL MISSIONS.—THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. Formerly, the friends and patrons of Protestant Missions used to refer to the Georgian and Society Islands, as “ the most brilliant triumph j of Christianitybut latterly they have been j obliged to confess, that “ they have relapsed into idolatry,” and it was apprehended that the same fate awaited the Sandwich Islands—the second brilliant conquest of Protestant Missions. We will not dwell on the favourable circumstances, under which these missions were commenced and prosecuted ; our object is to show by the statements of the Missionaries themselves, that no encouraging success attends their exerti J ,ns r but that the people have been duped by false promises, misled by false hopes, and misinformed by false statements. Of the Georgian and Society Islands we need saynothing—the present condition of the Sandwich Islands alone, shall engage our attention. So much had been said of “ the triumph of the j Cross” in the ...

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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] Among the unworthy artifices resorted to by the enemies of Catholic Truth, there are two on which they appear to rely with the greatest assurance. Either they mistake our doctrines, imputing to us principles which we disavow and abhor, compelling us to subscribe to conclusions, which are the offspring of their own ignorance or malice, and impudently rejecting the unequivocal contradictions which, with one voice, we oppose to their foul calumnies; or, instead of a fair and generous combat, in which the fundamental principles of Catholicism and Protestantism are openly arrayed and urged against each other, their object is to engageonly in flying skirmishes, w hereby the consequences of a decisive defeat are artfully avoided, and the shout of victory may, with greater impunity, be raised by the vanquished party. The former practice had ever been, from the first ages of Christianity, the disgraceful resource of every heresy which had reared itself u...

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FOREIGN MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

FOREIGN MISSIONS. The Propaganda has lately sent out seven Jesuits, with two students of the College, the one a Scotchman, the other from Nice, as mis- • sionaries to Calcutta. The Rev. Mr. O'Connor, of Cork, lias been chosen Vicar Apostolic, * and is to proceed to Madras, when he shall have received Episcopal consecration. A number of Irish Priests, whom the Bishops of Ire- | land have promised the Propaganda to furnish, will accompany him. The appointment of the Rev. Mr. O’Connor —a divine of approved piety and distinguished literary attainments—will doubtless hold out a ; strong inducement to many clergymen to embark in that mission. He was a fellow-student with Bishop Doyle, in Spain, and shortly after his return to Ireland, was elected Provincial of the Augnstinians. Daring rlie term of Ids administration of that office, he gave universal satisfaction, find conciliated the love and es- , teem of all his brethren. This tribute of respect is essentially due to him at our hands, a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

The Collectors in the different Wards are requested to meet next Sunday in the Chapel, immediately after Vespers, to give in their re- | turns towards the erection of the new churches, j It is hoped they will all be punctual in their ati tendance. To the Editors of the Jesuit— In your/paper of the 12th inst., I noticed an article from the correspondence of the Irish Society in Dublin, a Society well known to every Irishman that knows any thing about his native land; the writer says, “the effects of the Irish Scriptures are incalculable; the writer forgot to tell us what these effects were. Is it, “ men being waylaid, beaten and abused—the ground and their garments stained with their blood, <fcc. ? Does he call this the effect's of the Bible, or does he mean that the reading of the Irish Scriptures is converting, or, mote properly speaking, perverting the Irish people I from their old fashioned Catholicity, to some other more convenient or gentleman-like creed of their nei...

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ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

ADDRESS j From the Association of the Friends of Ireland, in Boston, New-England, to the people of Ireland. Friends, brethren, descendants of a once happy people ! The grand spectacle which you have exhibited to the civilized world, stands unparalleled in the history of Nations. A peo- | pie oppressed under the garb of protection—j bound and subjugated to laws, to which they never have assented, and yet insultingly called free —a people hardy, hold and fearless, goaded on to deeds of violence by deprivations and sufferings, yet disdaining to resort to the physical force which nature has given them, and claiming their rights, by the sole and all-pow-erful weapons of truth and justice, is, indeed, a sight of which your countrymen may be proud, and will be a page of history at which posterity will point with wonder and admira- : tion. Think not, fellow-countrymen, that the j world is an unmoved spectator of your exerI tions. Civilized man in every land turns with wondering and anxious ...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

Ireland. Protestant Emigration..— A great number of the Protestants in the neighborhood of Baliing1 ass are emgirating—the tenants of Lord Wicklow in the Glen of lineal are all going, and many I of the Protestant tenants of Major Acton are abandoning their different holdings. It is reported that the Irish Protestants will be replaced by English settlers. On Saturday evening last, as the Pvight Reverend Dr. Waldron, Roman Catholic Bishop of Killala, was standing on a chair in the lobby of his house, at Ardnaree, for the purpose of winding his clock, the chair gave way, when he was preI cipitated against the ballustrades, which, also i giving way, he fell headlong down stairs, and was so severely injured that he died on Tuesday j "27th inst. A letter from Rome, dated May 7, savs—“ Dr. I Kelly, Catholic Archbishop of Tuam, departed this life a short time ago, while residing in Albano. a : small town in the vicinity of Rome, well known , by its classical name. The total value of Irish a...

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FATAL RIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

FATAL RIOT. The following is an extract of a letter, dated Tempo, 3d June instant. “ At our fair on Wednesday last, in Tempo, a most violent party conflict occurred between seven and eight o’clock in the afternoon. An Orangeman commenced the scene by shouting “ No Popery, no Surrender,” &c. &c.; a party attended him, among whom were a few of the most respectable inhabitants of Tempo, under j a pretext to get him off the street, but manifestly for the purpose of exciting the people to riot, as they were the principal actors when the riot assumed its most frightful aspect ; with some few exceptions the Protestants of Tempo have taken a most prominent part in the affray, some of them looking on without interfering, while others armed themselves with staves, spade-shafts, bludgeons, &c. assailing, or rather murdering whoever came in their way; some quitted their own public houses and j attacked those of the Catholics, and violently abused and beat the...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] STANZAS, On visiting the Home of my Youth ! BY MRS. CRAWFORD. I came to the bowers, Where in childhood I dwelt; I gather'd the flowers, , And their fragrancy smelt; But the spring-time had past From my heart, once so gay, And my sighs, with the -blast, Swept the rose-leaves away. I gazed on the trees, That our dwelling o’er spread ; And 1 heard the low breeze. Like the voice of the dead ; And my spirit was moved, — For I thought of the time, When the friends that 1 loved, Like those trees, were in prims. I stood in the hall, And I look’d all around: What a desert was all! Not a friend to be found ! I passed to the room, Where my mother had slept; But she, in her tomb, Could not see how I wept. The stranger now dwells In the hall of my sire, And the old peasant tells, Bound.his rude cottage fire, Of the deeds of our race ; (And a proud name they bore) Who arc gone from their place, That shall know them no more. - I would not return, If I could, to d...

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Page 248 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 2 August 1834

MARRIAGES. William Clarke and Ann Skelly; John Holden and Catharine Lawler. DEATHS. Rebecca Burford, 17 months ; Ann Maria Jevelin, 1 month; William Connor, 28 years; Morris Feahy, 22 years ; James Collins, 9 months ; Mary Matthews, 30years; Mary Phelan, 6 months; Mary Ann llarken;’B months ; Rosanna Gaffeney, 16 months; Ann M'Cugh, 66 years; John Maher, 6 weeks; Timothy Sullivan, 60 years; Michael Powers, 33 years. WOTICE.—The regular monthly meeting of the -L\ Boston Roman Catholic Mutual Relief Society, will bo held at the Exchange Coffee-Hodse on 31onday evening next, at half-past 7 o’clock, P. M. A punctual attendance is requested. Aug. 2. D. TIMONEY, Sec. GOLD AND SILVER CROSSES. A GOOD Assortment may be found at A. Cutler’s, No. 217 Washington Street, opposite Franklin St., Boston. Also, heavy cased Watches, Silver and Plated Spoons, Spectacles, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Jet and Gilt Buckles, Neck Chains, Seals and Keys, Thimbles, Penknives, Pencil Cases, Raisors, Scissors, Te...

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