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MR. O’CONNELL'S RETORT ON LORD ALTHORP. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

MR. O’CONNELL'S RETORT ON LORD ALTHORP. Mr. O’Connell. —Good God ! sir, is Ireland to be governed by a man who has never turned his attention to the effect of the court-martial clause ?—(Cheering from the Irish members.) The Lord-Lieutenant had never thought of the court-martial clause. He had directed his regards to the other parts of the Algerine act, without once disturbing his semi-regal (a laugh) contemplation by the consideration of such a material part of it as the court-martial clause. But it was too late to do justice to Ireland by a committee ; oh, yes, but not too late to renew the coercion bill ; and this from a reformed Parliament! this, not from the virtual, but the real representatives of the people ! Here were the Ministers with their ready majority to carry their coercion bill. “Oh,” said Mr. O’Connell, “ you are the descendants of the old Whigs, the enemies of despotism, the friends of constitutional freedom—you have freedom for your banner, but tyranny for your pr...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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Latest Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

Latest Foreign News. English and French papers of the Ist of August, have been received at New York, by the packet ship Columbus, from Liverpool, and by the Charlemagne, Yrom Havre. In the House of Commons on the 30th of July, an amendment, proposed by Mr. O’Connell to the Irish Tithe bill, was adopted. This amendment makes a reduction of forty per cent, in tithe compositions, and reduces the amount of tithes about two fifths. It was carried in opposition to the Ministry, by the small vote of 82 to 83. The prorogation of Parliament was expected to take place on the 12th ult. The French Chambers were opened by the King in person on, the 31st of July. He delivered on the occasion the following speech It is ever with a lively satisfaction that I find myself amongst you. I am particularly happy at finding you assembled around me at a moment when the suffrages of the nation have just been manifested in so striking a manner. The suffrages have approved the liberal and moderate policy whic...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

POETRY. From the Churchman ! ! ! THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. Lines occasioned by the following notice, which appeared in a Baltimore paper daring the cholera in 1 632. “ Died on Thursday last, at Hospital No. 3, Sister Mary Francis, one of those Angels in human form, who are found, not in the abode of luxury, but in all our hospitals, supplying the wants of, and ministering comfort and consolation to the sick and the dying, regardless of personal danger, and rejecting all temporal compensation.” t; The deceased was found in the morning attending as usual to the patients in the hospital, with the smile of peace and serenity on her countenance, she sickened about eight o’clock, and by seven in the evening was a corpse. Ye sacred sisters ; not for you, this strain : You heed no minstrelsy of earth-strung lyre, The softest'siren notes would sound in vain To ears impatient for the heavenly choir. But who that toils through life’s rough devious way, If some fair prospect open to his sight, Se...

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Page 296 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 September 1834

MARRIAGES. Michael Gormley and Rose M’Coit; Richard Fitzgerald and Margaret Broderick. ■ ® ® DEATHS. Catherine Sullivan, 9 months; Ellen Coughlen, 17 months ; Patrick Dunn, 21 years ; Hugh M’Cormick, 20 years ; Ann Powers, 12 months ; Catherine M’Kenna, 2 years ; Catherine Lanagan, 4 months ; Patrick Byrnes, 9 months ; Thomas Dunnion, 10 months; Unity Harigan, 13 months. Dublin, Liverpool & LONDON WATCHES. A good assortment of heavy cased substantial Watches, warranted timekeepers ; manufactured at the above places, and for sale cheap. Also—eight-day gilt and mahogany Timepieces; Jewelry, Cutlery and Fancy Goods. Second-hand Watches taken in part pay.— Watches, Clocks and Music-Boxes repaired and warranted. Highest price given for old gold and silver. WILLIAM P. M’KAY, No. 15 Water Street. July 5. Broadcloths, cassimeres and vestings. AGAR & DONAHOE, Merchant Tailors, No 67 Congress Street, keep constantly on hand a good assortment of Broadcloths, Cassimeres ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 956; {irrio tiuSiv, T 1; xuff r.uibv SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US T ROM. VIII. XXXI VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1831. XO. XXXVIII, 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'O.VE, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Chcrch. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT^ BOSTON, SEPTE3IBER 20, 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) — 20 September 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. 50. Whether it be not another Protestant bulwark, and a main defence of the Reformation against Popery, to convince all its retainers, that the Papists are a wicked sort of people, void of the common principles of Christianity; that their religion is an observance suitable to men’s carnal inclinations, fomenting debauchery, and letting the reins loose to all sorts of vices ; and that their faith is wholly opposite io Virtue, destructive to the commandments, and nothing savouring of the spirit of Christ and his apostles ? And whether all this be not, to any thinking man, a mere pulpit-cant, and as downright an untruth as the former ? 51. Whether, if any serious Protestant, that either by intimate acquaintance with Papists at home, or by travelling amongst them abroad, had experienced, with sir Edwin Sands (i...

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HOLY WATER, INCENSE, &c [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

HOLY WATER, INCENSE, &c Previously to the Mass, it is usual in many ; places to bless water and to sprinkle it round the altar and upon the congregation ; in other places it is blessed in the sacristy or vestry room, and placed near the entrance of the churches, for the faithful to sprinkle upon themselves. The object of this ceremony is twofold ; first to obtain through the merits of Christ and the public ministry of the church, the protection of God upon the place and the people ; next, to excite in the faithful becoming dispositions by emblematic instruction ; that they may be rendered thereby more acceptable through the merits of their devoted and merciful Victim. Some authors inform us that it was a custom in the east, previously to entering into the churches, to purify the hands and feet, and frequently the head, at large fountains which were constructed for this purpose in the front of the buildings ; and that as the body was thus freed from its impurities, they w...

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ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC NO. 3. On religious Intolerance and Persecution. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC NO. 3. On religious Intolerance and Persecution. “ Semper ego auditor tantum ! JVunquamne reponnm, Vcxatus toties f” * * —Juvenal. Hiatus talde dcficn dus. Let those misguided enthusiasts, who are engaged in the unholy work of preaching a crusade against Roman Catholics, as “/ocs of God and man,” and as standing on equal ground with assassins and murderers, ponder seriously on the consequences that necessarily flow from these ultra doctrines; from their condemning no less than 110,000,000 of the sons and daughters of Adam to perdition, as must be the case, if they are “ enemies of God and man.” The whole number of human beings on the face of the globe is about 800,000,000. Of the various denominations of Christians, there are 175,500,000; of whom-, 80,000,000 are Roman Catholics,* “ enemies of God and man,” devoted to endless flames |j by the fiat of Dr. Miller, and his associates ; 30,000,000 are of the Greek Church, who are in the same predicament as the Roma...

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[From the National Intelligencer.] THE CHARLESTOWN OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

[From the National Intelligencer.] THE CHARLESTOWN OUTRAGE. Characteristic of that liberality in all that concerns the rights of conscience, which has marked your course as the conductors of a public journal, I have read with pleasure, but by no means with surprise, your remarks upon the proceedings of the Charlestown mob—proceedings, which, while one particle of respect shall exist for law and order, or one feeling of humanity shall pervade the human heart, will consign its ferocious authors and abettors to the execration and abhorrence of mankind.— Who could have believed it—who, in the wildest excursions of the most vivid imagination, could have conceived that a deed so base and lawless, so fierce and cowardly, could have been perpetrated against a set of defenceless females whose sex alone, even for the most unfortunate portion of them, claims the compassion of the benevolent, and the protection of all ? Yet it has been done ! Yes, even in our own land of equal laws and rights—e...

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THE LATE RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

THE LATE RIOTS. We make the following extract from a very clever article in the Christian Examiner for the present month, on the subject of the late outrage in this town. —Bunker Hill Aurora. We doubt not that religious fanaticism in its lowest and most brutalizing form, had some influence in producing the wickedness which has been perpetrated at Charlestown. It was excited in part by gross calumnies, which had been proved to be unfounded before the deed was committed, and in part perhaps by the writing and preaching of some one or more of those pests of our community, who seem to have little other notion of religion, than that it is a.subject about which men’s passions may be inflamed, and they may be made to hate each other. We fear, too, that among some individuals of more respectable character, unfounded reports and a feeling of bigotry have tended to weaken the indignation which they would otherwise have felt. Such men we would most seriously and earnestly urge to consider, tha...

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[From the Catholic Herald.] THE URSULINES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] THE URSULINES. The institute of these religious ladies, owes its origin to the piety and zeal of the Blessed Angela of Brescia, who, in the year 1537 associated with herself some pious ladies, who were willing to devote themselves to the Christian education of young females. Pope Paul the third, convinced of the utility of this institute, approved of it in 1544, under the name of the company of St. Ursula. In 1572, Gregory the I3th, at the solicitation of St. Charles Borromeo, erected it into a religious order, and gave them the rule of St. Augustine. Besides the three ordinary vows, the Ursulines take a fourth, to employ themselves, as far as circumstances may permit, in the gratuitous instruction of young persons of their own sex. In 1604, they were introduced into France, and had their first house in that kingdom, at Ais, in Provence.— In 1608, Madame L’Auillier founded a house for them in Paris, which became the modelhouse of those afterwards establis...

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[From the New-York Transcript] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

[From the New-York Transcript] Our article, respecting an “ Attentive Priest,” seems to have caused a great flutterjiing among the inattentive ones. A writer, in the Journal of Commerce, has attempted a reply. But, instead of confining himself to the | matter in hand, he has endeavoured to make a i political matter of it. He deems it “ a singular if not an alarming symptom, that the Roman [ Catholic church should be receiving so many caresses from political editors. “It looks,” j says he, “ as though the State was courting the |j church.” As it regards the Transcript, it is sufficient to say —what doubtless the writer perfectly well j | knew—that it takes no part whatever in politics. j But it is passing curious to find the Journal of jj Commerce making charges against others of j| endeavouring to unite church and State—a pail per, that, two or three years since, was the 11 most forward and active in its exertions to sup--11 press Sunday mails, to interfere with the rights j j of co...

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[From the Dublin Freeman’s Journal.] MONUMENT TO THE LATE RIGHT REVDR. DOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

[From the Dublin Freeman’s Journal.] MONUMENT TO THE LATE RIGHT REVDR. DOYLE. We feel the sincerest pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to an advertisement in another part of our paper, relating to a subject most deal 1 to the feelings, not only of Ireland, but the British empire, we might say of every | man in the Christian world who reveres virtue and respects talent. That subject is the erection of a suitable testimonial to the late Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin. It will be seen that a j meeting was held on Thursday se’nnight, iff Carlow, for that purpose. The resolution adopt:ed on the occasion is so brief, and at the same time in a taste so much in accordance with the | character of the deceased Prelate, that we insert if here : “ Resolved that a subscription be entered into to erect a Testimonial to the memory of the late Right Rev. Dr. Doyle, and that we hope the | amount of subscriptions will enable us to make it a monument of public utility, as most congenial ...

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AGRICULTURAL COMMERCIAL BANK OF IRELAND—INTENSE HUMBUG. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

AGRICULTURAL COMMERCIAL BANK OF IRELAND—INTENSE HUMBUG. In whatever department, the Irish are extravagant and wild ; they are more extravagant and wild than any other people, the Yankee only excepted; but then this species of half madness comes to the Yankee rarely, while it is apt to take hold of the Irish very frequently. A Yankee, when he turns speculator, thinks no more of millions of any thing, than a soberminded man would think of units. Our Irish brethren are not quite so extravagant —so outrageously careless of consequences; but they are quite sufficiently so when they take this turn. I say this in the way of preface to the noticing of one of the maddest schemes that ever came into the head of mortal man, under the name of the “National Commercial Bank of Ireland,” the detail of which scheme I insert below. When I have inserted it I will make a remark or two. [Here follows the prospectus of the company.] Now, if this be not madness, it is so little short of it that one ought...

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THE SECRET OF STANLEY’S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

THE SECRET OF STANLEY’S RESIGNATION. There is a good deal of discrepancy in the accounts which have been given of the precise steps taken by Stanley, although there is no doubt of his motives and the views which he entertained. It is said that he laid a plot with the Duke of Richmond, Lord Goderich and Sir James Graham, for the overthrow of the government —that their project was to place the Duke of Richmond nominally at the head of the Cabinet, whilst Stani ley ivas to be the real Premier, and that after they j had driven their former colleagues out, (for they | anticipated their immediate resignation) they were to form a junction with the more mitigated of the Conservatives. Of this Lord Brougham got wind, and straight went to the King, whom he prepared for it. Stanley was astonished at his Majesty’s accepting his resignation, which he did with all the usual forms of regal insincerity, and his disappointment was consummated by finding that Lord Grey would stand his ground. His cou...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS, July 30 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

HOUSE OF COMMONS, July 30 On the motion of Lord Althorp the House resolved itself into committee on this Bill. On the question that the third clause should stand part of the bill. Mr. O’Connell rose to propose an amendment. He said that the clause in question involved the whole principle of the bill, and the decision which the House might come to with respect to it, would have a most important effect upon the remaining clauses. He was not aware whether the attention of English and Scotch members had been drawn to this clause, but if not, he would inform them that it made the King for the first time the proprietor and levyer of tithes all over Ireland. The clergyman would no longer have any thing to d 6 with tithes if Parliament should pass this clause ; in fact, it would effect a complete revolution in tithe property. Let the clause be passed, and thenceforth the responsibility for the amount of tithe property would fall on the crown, —that is to say on the public. He objected to th...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

POETRY. EARTH’S WEARY ONES. BV MRS. LOCKE. ; Open the grave, the vaulted grave, For the weary ones of earth— They are pressing on, and their bosoms heave For the morn of heavenly birth; They are pressing on—in the mockery Of joy and of hope—they long to die ; They pressing on, in the strength of power, And the pride of wealth—they wait the hour. Ye may trace them in the hall of song, By the lamp’s high flaming light, Where pipe and labour their notes prolong. And jewels are sparkling bright. In the show of beauty, mirth and pride, As down the mazy dance they glide; By the pallid cheek ’neath the smile they wear, I And the smothered sigh, ye may trace them there! | They are decked in the ruby’s ruddy glow, And wealth of the far down sea ; | And the diamond shines but to mock their wo, And proclaim the spirit free. But alas, alas, for the fond hopes crushed, j For the tones of love in the dark tomb hushed, ! For affections changed and vows forgot—- | Nor gems, nor pearls, can that mem...

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