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PURGATORY. PROTESTANT OBJECTIONS ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

PURGATORY. PROTESTANT OBJECTIONS ANSWERED. First objection. God says, he will not re-1 | member our sins. True, if we be converted, | I as he requires, with all our heart, with fasting, i and with weepyig, and with mourning ; Joel, ii, v. 12. If we bring forth fruits worthy of re- j pentance, St. Luke, iii, v. 8. Can it fall, says i Mr.* Thorndike, within the sense of a Christian I i to imagine, that he can be restored by a Lord [ I have mercy upon me ? No ; it must cost him | I hot tears, and sighs, and groans, and extraorj dinary prayers, with fasting and alms. He j i adds, that those who assure sinners of pardon 1 and the favour of God, without such means of i true repentance, whether it be themselves or j their false teachers, plainly they murder their [ souls. 2dly, David’s sin was remembered and pun-! ished long after his death and the death of those | j to whom he had given occasion to blaspheme. • I The sword ahall never depart from thy house. | 2 Sam. 12, v. 10. And Adam’s ...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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THE PROTESTANT VINDICATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

THE PROTESTANT VINDICATOR. We do not recollect ever to have seen a paper purporting to be established for religious purposes, which so loudly calls for the contempt and indignation of honest and liberal men, as the “ Protested Vindicator ,” the first number of which j was published on Wednesday last. Every line of it contains the most absurd and blasphemous falsehoods ; every article is composed of the vilest and most odious bigotry, and the whole contents, from first to last, form one unholy and assassinlike attack upon the Catholic religion. Our readers will not be surprised that the “ Protestant Vindicator ,” is an outrage against religion, de- | cency and common sense, and an insult to the Almighty, when they are informed that amongst I the principal contributors to its loathsome and offensive columns, we find pre-eminent the names 1 of the notorious George Bourne and William C. Brownlee, the latter of whom has lately recovered from “ A VERY SEVERE INDISPOSITION !” with the caus...

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EXTRAORDINARY OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

EXTRAORDINARY OUTRAGE. A London paper narrates the particulars of j an extraordinary outrage, perpetrated on a Mr. Gee, an attorney, for the purpose of extorting i from him certain monies and legal documents in his possession, of which the following is an abridgement: Mr. ( lee, an attorney, of Bishop’s Stortford, was induced to come to London, in consequence of a letter which he received, bearing the signature of “ W. Heath,” in which his corresponI dent expressed a desire to consult him respecting some property which was to be disposed of in the neighbourhood in which he lived. Mr. Gee wTote to inform him that he would be at the Bull Inn, Aldgate, at 10 o’clock on Monday i week, when he would be happy to give him a ' meeting. On Monday morning, accordingly, Mr. Gee was true to his appointment, and was met at the Bull Inn by a person who presented him with a second letter from the supposed Mr. Heath, apologizing for his absence, on the plea of indisposition, and requesting, the fav...

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NEW GOLD COIN. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

NEW GOLD COIN. Treasury Department, > August 2d, 1834. £ The- annexed letter will enable the public readily to distinguish the new from the old coins. As the date could not, by law, be altered, but the cap and motto might be legally omitted, and would serve plainly to distinguish the new impression, that course has been adopted at the mint till the commencement of the next year, when the motto will probably be restored, and the date of the new year, instead of the omission of the motto, will be found sufficient to indicate the change; in the coin. Mint ok the United States, 7 Philadelphia, Ist Aug. 1831. $ Sir : I have the honour to inform the Departi ment, that the coinageof Gold, according to i ! the new ratio of gold to silver, commenced this ) morning, being the earliest day permitted by j the provisions of the act. In making this communication, it may be satisfactory to recur to the peculiarities by which the new gcdd coins are to be distinguished from those of forme...

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England. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

England. ' Juf ' - ' The Irish Church. —The established church in Ireland is in a most peculiar and anomalous situation. The population of Ireland amounts to above eight millions of inhabitants, of whom only about seven hundred thousand belongs to the church of England. Yet the church of England is maintained on the same scale as if the whole inhabitants, the great mass of whom are Roman Catholics, were members of the church of England. Nearly one half the clergy of the establishment are non-resident. This fact can excite no surprise, as in many parishes there is not a Protestant. Mr. Finn, member for the county of Kilkenny, stated a few days ago in the House of Commons that he knew twenty parishes in the county which he represented, in which not a single Protestant is to ibe found. The expense of the Irish church amounts to very nearly a million sterling per annum. The dissatisfaction produced by the enormity of the abuse of maintaining a church so entirely disproportioned to the p...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

Ireland. Tory Invasion.— lt is now stated that the English Tory Lords about to enter upon an Irish crusade in support of tithes, are the Earl j of Winchelsea, the Duke of Newcastle and the Marquis ofChandos. We shall be truly happy to see them amongst us. Their visit would spare the legislature the trouble of deciding upon the appropriation of church revenues in j| Ireland. The Evening Mail admits that “a considerable degree of apathy and lukewarmness” now pervades the Protestant population ; but, in anticipation of the arrival of the cru- | saders, it announces, “ that before one month | shall have passed over, a general reclamation i will be heard throughout the length and breadth I of the land in support of the Ring, and in de- | fence of the constitution in Church and State.” “ Very fine oysters,” as the highly accomplished Admiral Oliver said at the Dublin Antij Slave Meeting. The Mail informs us that the Tory party in London are at length united, with Sir Robert Peel as leader...

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DESTRUCTION OF THE CHARLESTOWN CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

DESTRUCTION OF THE CHARLESTOWN CONVENT. It is our painful duty to record one of the most atrocious and disgraceful acts of violence, ever perpetrated in any clime or civilized country. Wo allude to the destruction, by a lawless and fanatical mob, on last Monday night, of the magnificent Convent erected a few years since in Charlestown, by Bishop Fenwick of this city. This splendid institution bad, for its object, the education of young ladies in all the branches of polite learning, and at the time of the woful disaster in question, had actually under the government of the Ursuline Ladies, between 50 and 60 young ladies chiefly of the best families of Massachusetts. A report had been industriously circulated for several weeks previous, that a young lady was detained in this Convent against her will—that she was immured in a dungeon and there cruelly treated. However absurd the report, the fanatical preachers in Boston and the adjacent towns, seemed glad of so favourable an opportunit...

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MEETING AT CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

MEETING AT CAMBRIDGE. At a meeting of the citizens of Cambridge, holden at the Town Hall in said town, on Wedi nesday, the 13th day of August, A. D. 1834, j called for the purpose of expressing the opinion | of the town in relation to the late destruction of the Ursuline Convent at Charlestown. The following resolutions w ere presented and i unanimously adopted by said meeting, viz. : Resolved, That we, the inhabitants of Cambridge, view with abhorrence the flagrant vioI iation of private rights, in the destruction of the 1 Ursuline Convent, on Monday last; and that we earnestly desire that the perpetrators may bo discovered and brought Injustice. Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with the innocent sufferers from this criminal and I disgraceful attack upon a building occupied i only by defenceless women and children. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to (communicate the sentiments of this meeting to the Catholic Bishop of the Diocese, and to the | Superior of the Convent. Vo...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] A C AXADIAN SONG. ’Tis merry to hear at evening- time, By the blazing hearth, the sleigh-bells chime ; And to know each bound of the steed brings nigher The friend for whom we have heaped the fire: Light leap our hearts, while the listening hound Springs forth to hail him with bark and bound. ’Tis he 1 and blithely the gay bells sound, As his sleigh glides over the frozen ground t Hark ! he has passed the dark pine wood — And skims like a bird o’er the ice-bound flood : Now he catches the gleam from the cabin door, Which tells that his toilsome journey is o’er. Our cabin is small, and coarse our cheer. But Love has 1 spread the banquet here : And childhood springs to be caressed By our well-beloved and welcome guest : With a smiling brow his tale he tells, While the urchins ring the merry sleigh-bells. From the cedar swamp the gaunt wolves howl, From the hollow oak loud whoops the owl, Scared by the crash of the falling tree ; But these sounds brin...

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Page 264 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 16 August 1834

MARRIAGES. James H. Holt and Louisa A. Lewis ; Patrick Convee and Anne Magoorty. DEATHS. Mary Weaver, 16 months; Patrick Don a hoc, 10 months; Patrick Doyle. 36 years ; Honora Jordan, 32 years ; Mary Murray, 25 years ; Maurice Power, 37 years ; Catherine Carney, 28 years ; Catherine Hickey, 10 months; James Dormody, 9 months; Catherine Deady, 6 days ; Martin Duran, 9 months ; John O'Connell, / 47 years; Wiljiam Dempsey, 18 ; months. €1 HEAP FLRNfTURE WAREHOUSE, corner ) of Water and Congress streets, opposite Merchants Hall, Boston. J. NUGENT informs his former customers and the public generally, that he has removed from his old stand in Cornhill, to the above named premises, where he intends keeping all kinds of Furniture, Feather Beds, curled hair and other Mattrasses, pew and chair Cushions, Looking Glasses, &c., &c.: all of which he will sell as low' as can be purchased in any Warehouse in the city, for Cash. N. B. Furniture made to order and warranted.— ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El u &e6; xrnig JjU&V, jig xaff ; —SI DELS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US? ROM. VIII. XXX VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1834. NO. XXXIV. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday ) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, for the Proprietors, at $3 per annum, in advance. All Communications must be post paid, and 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. I THE JESUIT. BOSTON, AUGUST 23, 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) — 23 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. But now let us look into England, for that has been also a stage, whereon has been acted many Popish cruelties. And in the first place, that bloody, barbarous contrivance, the Powder Plot. In this, never any Catholic yet denied hut that there were several Papists deeply concerned ; thirteen being executed, and confessing the treason. But whether the plot itself was not first designed by the policy of a great statesman, .and these wickedly ambitions men drawn in by his subtilties, to make all of their profession odious, is so great a doubt, that I believe those arguments by which my Lord Castlemain {in his Reply to the Answer of his Apology, Repl. 28, p. 398,) has endeavoured to evidence it as such, are not likely to be answered, but only by crying out, They are new ; and by demanding, From whence he had suc...

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JOHN SOBIESKI. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

JOHN SOBIESKI. The life of John Sobieski, the intrepid Polish Patriot, is one of the most interesting which can be offered within the scope of royal biography, and cannot fail to be of universal acceptation.— Joining all the spirit of ancient chivalry to Christian piety, and an extraordinary desire to secure the independence of his country, he finds few parallels in history, and can, perhaps, be compared only to our own Scottish hero, Sir William Wallace, though far surpassing him in the magnitude of his warlike operations, and their effects on the condition of Europe. While exciting our admiration of his conduct, he is equally entitled to our grateful reverence, for he was the saviour of Christendom ; and but for his exertions, that might not have been a vain threat which destined the altar of St. Peter’s to become the manger of the Moslem’s horse. John Sobieski was descended from an illustrious Polish family, and was born in the summer of 1(329. The education of the future hero, l...

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PROCLAMATION, BY HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN DAVIS, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

PROCLAMATION, BY HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN DAVIS, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Whereas, It appears from representations made | [| to me by the several Committees of Vigilance in Charlestown and Boston,-which representation, j in substance is confirmed by the Attorney Gene- |; ral of the Commonwealth, that on the night of the jj 11th inst., a large number of persons assembled I at Charlestown, by preconcerted designs of vioj lence, and proceeded in a high-handed manner, | in disregard of the Civil Authorities, and in de- | fiance of the Laws, with fire, and acts of outrage, | to demolish the building called the Ursuline Conj vent, to lay waste the gardens and grounds, and j to break open and desecrate the Sepulchres of | the Dead, having previously compelled a large number of females, then dwelling in said build!j ing, many of whom were pupils in a school, and lj of tender age, to seek safety in flight, and to take j refuge in the fields. And whereas it also appears ] II ...

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DESTRUCTION OF THE CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

DESTRUCTION OF THE CONVENT. All that the devil would do, if run stark mad ; All that defies the worst which pen expresses; All by which hell is peopled, or as sad As hell—mere mortals, who their power abuse— Were here let loose. Byrox/ All our readers, however distant, will, bcfpre the receipt of this paper, have been apprised of the occurrence of the late disgraceful outrage in Charlestown. Evil tidings ■ make the wind their post horse,’ and the inhabitants of every place in the country to which rumour can reach, will have found reason to blush for the blot on the character of a portion of the Union, before reading a paper published a week after the event which affixes the stain. Nevertheless, as faithful journal- ! ists, we are bound to record one of the foulest j deeds of a mob, which ever disgraced Massachusetts. It may hereafter be useful for reference. In as few words as possible we shall register the facts. The signal for the work of destruction was | given by burning tar and...

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[From the Boston Courier.] THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

[From the Boston Courier.] THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CONVENT. This outrageous affair continues to be, and probably will continue to be, for some time to come, the theme of newspaper comment. It was an event well calculated to excite the indignation of the public, and we are not surprised to see it spoken of in terms becoming those who feel that the laws have been insulted and trampled under foot, and the civil immunities of a portion of citizens most unrighteously and wantonly infringed. The instigators and . perpetrators it may be difficult to convict by 'legal testimony ; but the law will be strained to its utmost point of flexibility in order to redeem its violated majesty, and to make an example of those who think to inflict punishment for imagined wrongs without recourse to the means which the constitution has provided. The Catholics feel most sensibly that an indignity has been thrown on their church, and we must not be surprised if their feelings obtain utterance in language not...

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[For the Centinel.] DESTRUCTION OF THE SEMINARY AT MOUNT BENEDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

[For the Centinel.] DESTRUCTION OF THE SEMINARY AT MOUNT BENEDICT. Messrs. Editors :—I was awoke yesterday morning, at the early dawn of day, by the painful intelligence of the destruction of that beautiful institution, the Ursuline Community, at Mount Benedict, Charlestown, Mass. This information was brought by two of its late inmates, who were scholars in that charming Seminary, dropt at my door by some kind philanthropist. In accordance with instructions from the Lady Superior, I immediately repaired with a number of carriages, to the scene of conflagration, to render any assistance in my power, to the distressed family of Mount Benedict. I soon arrived on the spot, and in season to witness t]ie smoking ruins, the dilapidated walls, the hollow and deserted mansion of that , highly valued Seminary of Learning, the nursery of youth', for imparting, and inculcating the best of morals, together with a suitable education exclusively devoted to female youth of the first and most respec...

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URSULINE CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

URSULINE CONVENT. The ruins of this once splendid Catholic establishment, continue still to attract the visits of thousands daily. Never did the destruction of any one place excite so universal a burst of disapprobation, and so general a sympathy, among the upper classes of society, and so deep and intense a feeling. All of them view it as one of the foulest and most disgraceful blots, which has ever been cast upon this part of New England, and justly burn with indignation against the vile perpetrators of so horrid an outrage, committed, too, within sight of Bunker Hill, and the proud Monument about to be erected on Breed’s Hill, to commemorate the battle fought there in defence of civil and religious liberty ! We trust, for the credit of the country, that the Bunker Hill Monument, as it is called, will never be finished, or, at least, will be suffered to remain in statu quo, that is, in its present unfinished state, till a better commentary can be produced upon it, than the smoking...

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England [From the London Weekly True Sun.] HOUSE OF COMMONS-JUNE 23. REPEAL OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 23 August 1834

England [From the London Weekly True Sun.] HOUSE OF COMMONS- JUNE 23. REPEAL OF THE UNION. Mr.-F. O’Connor on Friday, 27th June, presented a petition from Mr. J. Lawless, of the I chy of Dublin, on the subject of the repeal of i the Union. The lion, member said, that although the question had gone out of fashion in that house, yet, as the petition was so well drawn up, and as it emanated from an individual who knew as well as any other in the empire, the resources and capabilities and feelings of Ireland on the subject, lie should trouble the house with l eading it for them. The hon. mem T her then read the petition, which is as follows : “ That in common with the great majority of his countrymen, be has read, with the- deepest sentiments of despondency, the determination | of your honourable house, not even to enquire into the effects of the legislative Union between England and Ireland 911 the trade and manujj factures, the comforts and happiness of the peoII pie of the latter; th...

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