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Page 304 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

LADIES LONDON MADE CLOTH CLOAKS. THE Subscriber has opened 250 London made Cloth Cloaks, an excellent article for young ladies to wear to School, or for evening parties, and will be sold for less than cost of importation, at E. S. BREWER’S, No. 414 Washington Street. Sept. 20. C 4SH STORE. ' ' ELIAB STONE BREWER, No. 414 Washington Street, (South-End) Boston, has received an extensive assortment of woollen goods, and will be sold very low for Cash only. Cloths —Super and extra-Super, middling and lowpriced, Black, Blue, Drab, Mixed, and every desirable and fancy shade. Cassimere— Drab, Blue, Mixed, Striped and various fancy colours. - Petershams —Drab, Brown and Green, common and Superfine. Satinbtts —lndigo, Blue, Mixed, &c. Merinos— 3-4 and 6-4 English, of a superior rick and most desirable colours. Flannels—3-4, 4-4 and 6-4 White, Red, Yellow, Scarlet and Green, of common and Superior qualities.

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Page 304 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 September 1834

999 MARRIAGES. Jeremiah Driscol and Catherine O’Sullivan ; David Loomy and Bridget M’Coskar: Joseph Scrisola and Elizabeth Farrell; Edward O’Brien and Mary Cassidy; Henry Cuiliiingham and Anne Garethy. In South Boston, by the Rev. Mr. Lynch, Patrick Murray to Mary Murtough. ' 9® - DEATHS. Elizabeth M’Grath, 6 days ; Michael O'Connell, 3 months; Thomas Murphy, 12 years ; Johanna Carnay, 10 months ; Thomas Henry Walmsley, 1 month ; Ann Shannon, 20 years; John White, 14 months; Johanna Dempsey, 7 days ; Ann Maria Murphy, 21 months; Catherine Lynch, 20 months ; Michael Walsh, 14 days. B. H. L. "%TOTICE. The Boston Hibernian Lyceum will -i.’l celebrate their first anniversary on Tuesday evening next, at Chauncy Hall, (in Chauncy Place); the members are requested to be punctual in their attendance on that occasion. The exercises to commence at a quarter before 7 o’clock. «ept. 20. OWEN O’BRIEN, Rec. Sec ROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VEST&3 INGS. AGAR & DONAHOE, Mercha...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 &e6; vrrio rl; xaff • —SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS 7 IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 7 ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 183 4. NO. XXXIX. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREbX, 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, Holv, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, SEPTEMBER 27, 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) — 27 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. Concluded6thly, If we are so much better and holier than the Papists, how comes it about, that they so far outdo us in that charitable and truly Christian office, of assisting and taking care of sick and dying persons, in which they are so comtnendahly zealous, that if they send for the priest at midnight, and it be to go through frost, snow or rain, in danger of thieves or messengers, and that for several miles, there is no danger of a repulse, or fear of a put-off till tomorrow, for that he is in bed with his wife ; but he will come with all speed, and there give all attendance imaginable, praying by the sick person, encouraging him, admonishing him, stirring him up to a true and hearty sorrow for his sins, and to a confidence in God’s mercy through the merits and passion of Jesus Christ; and by these, and such like...

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HOLY SCRIPTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

HOLY SCRIPTURES. The affection of the faithful and their veneration for the sacred Scriptures have always been exceedingly great; and the conduct of the church arising from these sentiments has been greatly misunderstood by several who do not examine.— At the present day the spouse of Christ regards this sacred volume, as one of the most precious deposites entrusted to her guardianship. She feels it to be her duty to preserve the context pure, entire and unaltered—not only to preserve the words, but to testify their meaning—in discharge of the high commission of the Saviour.— This is done not by novel arbitrary interpretations, but by declaring what was always the sense in which the passages of the Holy Writ were understood by the Christian world. Hence she forbids her children to receive or to use any copies which have not been examined by competent authority, and, thus through the lapse of ages, and the convulsions of human institutions, notwithstanding the efforts of her adversar...

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OF THE INTELLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

OF THE INTELLECT. I have now, my dear Cyriac, described to you all that is known by scientific men of those five [ senses by which the groundwork of all our external knowledge is transmitted to the mind. The || ideas which they furnish are however few and simple, in comparison with the vast store of infori |mation which the human intellect is capable of containing. The power of perceiving those ideas of retaining and reproducing them, of combining j them into new forms, and thus multiplying them I 1 to infinity, of inferring from them certain abstract i| conclusions and rules of cond.uct, and of acting i| on, or against those rules, are all attributed to j| the mind itself; and these several faculties are I denominated perception, memory, imagination, j judgment, will. Concerning the nature of those j qualities, science has been continually putting [| forth conjectures ; but most men are agreed that the ablest of those theories is rather calculated to | afford amusement by its ingen...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUTH-TELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUTH-TELLER. Sir —lt appears by your Journal of the 6th instant, that the administration of Earl Grey is not | only knocked in the head, but, that a new one is | also patched together and gone into full operation. | Of the present one we can say but very little ; for Little is the Ton of the day. But if the morality of the gospel would not be misapplied nor abused by an illusion to the change; vve may expect very little good from the present prodigy ; since no man putteth a piece of new cloth on an old gar- ' ment, else the new taketh away from the old, and ' the rent is made worse. No administration tinctured with oppressive principles, should be permitted to exist; particularly, when its destruction can at any time be effected without violence, and i that too, by the fiat of the very beings who are intended or marked out as the victims of its policy. If ever, then, a people goaded by insult and inhumanity to resist oppression, and that oppression, too, workin...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUTH-TELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUTH-TELLER. New-York, September 19, 1834. Mu. Editor, —From the principles upon which your patriotic journal is conducted, seeing how deeply you sympathize with the sufferings of oppressed Ireland, and perfectly aware of the alacrity with which you give publication to all communications calculated to create a similar feeling in the bosom of your fellow citizens, I feel desirous of submitting to you for publication, the following extract of a letter of a late date, received from a highly respectable correspondent, residing in, and a native of that ill-fated country, for which “ God has done so much, and man so little:”— “ My Dear Friend, “ Ireland, (which has, for centuries, bedn the degraded victim of a foreign despotism and iron legislature) is still being ruled with a rod of iron. The hardened Pharaoh of the Hanoverian line, swayed by an infidel and revolutionary cabinet, has sworn eternal hostility to the liberties of our unfortunate country ; here the tith...

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ROME. [Correspondence of the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

ROME. [Correspondence of the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] Perhaps it might be well to inform your readers that for the better dispatch of business, it is in Rome, as in other places, divided into several portions according to the various subjects; and the Cardinals are divided into as many standing committees as there are subjects. A standing committee of this description is called a congregation, and like your standing committees of the judiciary, of ways and means, Sfc. these congregations upon the business brought before them—their decisions are then reported to the Pope by the Cardinal Prefect or by the Secretary, who, at the proper time, receives either the confirmation, the modification or the rejection of the holy father, and transmits to the proper prelate the order for execution ; or whatever other order might be necessary. Besides the Cardinals, there belongs to those several congregations a select number of learned divines, canonists and other persons of prudence and exper...

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THE ‘LATE EVER-TO-BE-LAMENTED DR. DOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

THE ‘LATE EVER-TO-BE-LAMENTED DR. DOYLE. We copy from the Carloto Morning Post, the following eloquent extract of a sermon delivered by the Right Rev. Dr. Kinsella, on the occasion of the Month’s Memory to the late distinguished Bishop of Leighlin and Ferns, whose splendid talents and incalculable services will be kept in long and grateful recollection by his Catholic countrymen. — Diary. * * * Here I might stop —here I would wish to conclude, for I know nothing higher than the character of a good bishop, who laboured disinterestedly, and zealously, and perseveringly, for the welfare of bis flock. I am most unwilling to go beyond his episcopal character, for I do not think this the proper place for even an allusion to the share he was compelled to take in matters which were partly of a secular kind. I would not have opened my lips on the subject, if those, who maligned him during life, had even the good taste to spare him, when the grave had covered his ashes.— But as it has pleased...

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[From Cobbett’s Register, July 26.] THE LATE BREAK UP OP THE MINISTRY. GREY, [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

[From Cobbett’s Register, July 26.] THE LATE BREAK UP OP THE MINISTRY. GREY, BROUGHAM AND ALTHORP. PROSPECTS. This transaction has established, beyond ail doubt, that the Tories, as they are called, and all their political doctrines, are down for ever. There is no doubt that the King would have no objection to them ; but they saw that they could not go on for a moment with this House of Commons. There is no doubt also that the majority of the cabinet yielded with very great reluctance ; but they were compelled to yield or quit their places. They felt that the House of Commons was totally independent of them ; and that in fact they could do nothing to which that House would not give its and they further saw that Lord Althorp had an influence in that House, such as no other man had or was likely to have; and he is now by whatever names or titles the several Ministers may go, the Minister of the Country; and to him Ireland is indebted, and solely to him, for the non-introduction of the...

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CHURCH IN POND STREET [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

CHURCH IN POND STREET Our Editorial embraces the business of two most important subjects—the Church in Pond Street and the Jesuit. In writing of the former, it must be a great satisfac-1 j tion to the Catholics of this city, that whilst misrepre- 1 sentation is so studiously employed to the prejudice of themselves and their religion, they, by their liber- ! ality and generosity, are raising to completion an edifice to Almighty God, worthy of themselves and ere- j ditable to their religion, and which not only arrests the eye of the spectator with astonishment and admiration, but will also rescue from the name of Catholicity the opprobrious stigma of superstitious and idolatrous. We are most sanguine in our expectations that not a single Catholic will, at this epoch, be tardy in com- j ing forward with their subscriptions for the same lau- ( dable purpose. We rest satisfied, that not an indivi-1 dual is to be found, who does not feel within himself i a lively interest in securing to h...

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England. KING’S SPEECH. PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

England. KING’S SPEECH. PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. | His Majesty went to the House of Lords tins I day, and prorogued the Parliament in the fol- | lowing speech :— “ My Lords and Gentlemen, “ The numerous and important questions which have in the present, as in the two preceding years, been submitted to your consideration, have imposed upon you the necessity of extraordinary exertions; and it is with a deep sense of the care and labour which you have bestowed upon the public business, that I ! at length close this protracted session, and release you from your attendance. “ I continue to receive from all Foreign Powers assurances of their friendly disposition. “The negotiations, on account of which the j Conferences in London upon the affairs of the Low Countries were suspended, have not been i brought to a close ; and I have still to lament | the continued postponement of a final settlement between Holland and Belgium. “ On the other hand, I have derived the most sincere and lively ...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

Ireland. At the late examinations in Maynooth college, of twenty premiums distributed to students of every diocese in Ireland, one-third of that number was awarded to students from the diocese of Limerick. Some few of the clergy still persevere in their determination to distrain for tithes, and the principle of “passive resistance ’ is again acted upon in certain places. The Rev. Mr. Chitty, who is rector of a parish in the county of Carlow, has lately seized and carried off the sheep of a person named Gordon ; but the lattei, it seems, is quite content to see them set up for auction, being fully convinced that no bidder will be found. One of the local journals is indignant at this proceeding, and inveighs against the clergyman in the most unmeasured terms, while, at the° same time, the writer calls u«)on Lord Duncannon, as Lieutenant of the county, to interpose his authority to prevent either the ministry or police from being employed in enforcing the payment of tithes for the futu...

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RIDES THROUGH THE COUNTY OF CORK. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

RIDES THROUGH THE COUNTY OF CORK. Among the most picturesque districts in the south of Ireland, may be reckoned the line of country between Innishannon and Dunmanaway. The distance between these two towns is seventeen miles; and seldom does the traveller pass through more diversi- j fied and beautiful scenery. Leaving Innishannon, the road winds for nearly three miles through hills, thickly covered with well-grown timber; sometimes sloping to the river’s edge in graceful beauty, and sometimes rising abruptly into steep, bold rocks, to the height of several hundred feet. Halfway between Innishannon and Bandon, is the ivied ruin of Dnndannion castle, seated on the water’s edge, at the point where two romantic glens unite. Two miles farther to the west, is the town of Bandon, anciently renowned for its exclusive motto. It now contains numerous sects of Dissenters in addition to a large stock of Catholic and Protestant inhabitants ; the social intercourse ot all is characterized by Chri...

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[From the New-Orleans Bulletin.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

[From the New-Orleans Bulletin.] ! Mr. Editor —A deep and general feeling of | indignation pervades this community since readi ing the synopsis of the address of Rev. Joel j Parker—and our citizens are placed under obi ligations to you, as a conductor of a public press, in exposing the falsity of the Rev. Gen- [ tleman’s assertions. We ought not to be surprised, that, within a few months, in various j cities of the Union, the people have been obligI ed to usurp, for the moment, the power of the j law, when such men as Mr. Parker perambulate our country, enter our cities and promulgate the foulest accusations against a people, who, in a moment of confidence, had fostered a viper into life, only to reward them by the most deadly sting. We have heard much expression of public feeling since your remarks j have been read—and it is thought that it would | be becoming in you, to request the papers in the cities of the North —and the papers in Hartford especially, to republish Mr. Parker’s ...

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[From the Same.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

[From the Same.] The following paragraph from the Boston Recorder, originally appeared in the Connecticut Observer, published at Hartford. It seems entitled to our notice, chiefly, as purporting to he the substance of an address delivered by the Rev. Joel Parker, in the Lecture Room of the Centre church, in Hartford, Connecticut. This gentleman, who has been lately settled among us, is at the present time engaged in a peregrination through the Northern States, for the purpose of collecting donations to aid in the erection of an Evangelical Church in our city. It may be of some use to the good people in this vicinity, to know the representations which Mr. Parker, in furtherance of his views, gives of the state of things in New Orleans, when he imagines himself to be altogether beyond their hearing. “ New Orleans. —The Rev. Joel Parker, who has been lately settled over a church in New Orleans, gave an interesting account of the state of things in that city, in the Lecture Room of the ...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

POETRY. STANZAS, SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN WRITTEN ON THE UNION. By T. Moore. Oh ! Ireland, my country ! the hour Of thy pride and thy splendour hath past; And the chain that was spurn’d in thy moment of pow’r, Hangs heavy around thee at last. There are marks in the fate of each clime, There are turns in the fortunes of men: But the conflict of realms,, or the changes of time. Can never restore thee again. Thou art chained to the wheel of the foe, By links which the world shall not sever; With tyrants thro’ storm and thro’ calm thou shall go, And thy sentence is bondage for ever.” Thou art doom’d for the thankless to toil; Thou art left for the proud to disclaim ; And the blood of thy sons, and the wealth of thy soil, Shall he wasted and wasted in vain. Thy riches with taunts shall be taken ; Thy valour with coldness repaid; And of millions who see thee thus sunk and forsaken; No voice shall be rais’d in thy aid. In the nations thy place is-left void ; Thou art lost in the list of the f...

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Page 312 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 September 1834

© @ @ MARRIAGES. Isaac Vincent and Mary Desmond. ® ® DEATHS. Barnard Duggan, 32 years; Phelix Devaney, 33 years : Bryan Shedie, 35 years ; Mary Farrell, 4 yrs.; James Forem, 50 years ; Alonzo H. Hodgman, 3 yrs.: John Halping, 28 years; William Hearney, 2 months ; Ann Swift, 42 years; Ellen Coughlen, 7 years, Nancy Ann Elizabeth Brown, 9 years. INFORMATION WANTED, of Patrick Kehoe. When last heard of, he lived on a farm ten miles from Toronto, with his aunt, widow Bradly. Any information respecting him, will be most thankfully received by his father, Michael Kekoe—B2 Ann Street, City of Boston, Mass. Sept. 27. UMBRELLAS, Parasols, Musical-Instruments and Canes, may be had on good terms, at CHARLES H. KEITH’S Manufactory, on the corner of new Cornhill and Court Street, under the New England Museum, Boston. The above articles neatly repaired at short notice. Purchasers please call. Sep. 27. tf LADIES LONDON MADE CLOTH CLOAKS. F|pHE Subscriber has opened 250 London made J_ Cloth Cloaks,...

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