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[From the Same.] Report of the Committee of Investigation on the Charlestown Riot.—No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 October 1834

[From the Same.] Report of the Committee of Investigation on the Charlestown Riot.—No. 2. Mr. Editor — ln a former communication I I ventured a few observations as to the general character of this well written and well reasoned production, so full of interest and instruction, pointing out what appeared to me to be the main objects which the Committee had in view. The history of the institution and the purposes to which it has been devoted, will probably surprise many of the readers of the Report, who, like the writer of these remarks, associated with the term Convent,'the feelings and reflections derived from the accounts generally given of the monastic establishments of the old world. 1 confess, till I became acquainted with the facts stated in this Report, 1 was among those who had looked with some suspicion upon the character and tendency of this Catholic es- j tahlishment, being wholly unacquainted with the principles on which it Was conducted, and J the confidence reposed in it...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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Ireland. TRIUMPHANT ENTRY OF MR. O’CONNELL INTO WATERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 October 1834

Ireland. TRIUMPHANT ENTRY OF MR. O’CONNELL INTO WATERFORD. * On ihe arrival of the English mail in this city on Thursday evening, at five o’clock, it was ascertained that the Liberator and Mrs. O’Connell and other members of his family, had arrived that day at Dunmore by the Milford packet. In a few minutes the news ran through the city, and almost instantaneously hundreds of the inhabitants, including several on horseback, carriages, and cars, set off to welcome the tried and valued friend of Ireland again to his native shores, and escort him into town. On arriving at Dunmore | many of Mr. O’Connell’s personal acquaintances, from Waterford were warmly received by him.— Previous to his departure for Waterford a vast concourse - of people assembled around him with the most deafening cheers, and would have drawn his carriage into town, but he would not permit such an exhibition of their ardent and sincere respect and affection for him. Mrs. O’Connell who was accompanied by her sons, M...

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Lastest foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 October 1834

Lastest foreign News. The New York papers, by to-day’s mails, contain intelligence from England to the 2d Sept. The most important news is the recommencement of hostilities between Turkey and Egypt, occasioned by the insurrection in Syria, and the reported death of Ibrahim Pacha, which last, however, turns out to be untrue. AVhen it is recollected that Russia is bound to the former, by an offensive as well as defensive treaty, this event may lead to important results. A dreadful catastrophe occurred off the Downs, on the morning of Aug. 27th. The Camelion, a' very large revenue cutter, was lying to, about half a mile from the shore, when the Castor frigate, coming from the Downs to Portsmouth, ran her down, with twentynine men below, every one of whom were drowned. Perhaps a more extraordinary accident never occurred. It wafe broad daylight. The frigate must have had the cutter in full sight for seven miles, and she i bore straight upon her, under her.topgallant sails, going with a ...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 October 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] FROM “IRISH MELODIES.” BY THOMAS MOORE, ESQ. (jUST .PUBLISHED.' O, could we do with this world of ours As thou do’st with thy garden bowers, Reject the weeds and keep the flowers, What a heaven on earth we’d make it 1 So bright a dwelling should be our own, So warranted free from sigh or frown, That angels soon would be coining down By the week or month to take it. Like those gay flies that wing thro’ air, And in themselves a lustre bear, A stock of life still steady there, Whenever they wish to use it; So, in this world I’d make for thee, Our hearts should all like fire-flies be. And the flash of wit or poesy Break forth whenever we choose it. While every joy that glads our sphere Had still some shadow hovering near, In this new world of ours, my dear, Such shadow's will be omitted ; Unless the’re like that graceful one, Which, when thou’rt dancing in the sun, Still near thee leaves a charm upon Each spot where it had flirted !

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Page 328 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 October 1834

IVERPOOL AND NEW YORK PACKETS. The Subscribers have made arrangements for getting out Steerage Passengers from Great Britain and Ireland, with promptness, economy and comfort. Persons wishing to send for their friends, can secure their passage, on the most reasonable terms, in vessels of the first class. No expense will be spared in the different Ships by which the Passengers will be received, to ensure them every comfort during the passage. In all cases where the persons decline coming, the money will be returned. Vessels will leave the above ports weekly, so that there will be no detention. Persons desirous of remitting money to their friends in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, will be attended to without delay. Applications for passages from persons residing in the country, (post paid) will meet with every attention. For further particulars, apply to JAMES RYAN, No. 6 Batterymarch street, or to JOHN RYAN, 141 Broad street. JOHN RYAN, Agent. P. S. The facility of travelling by...

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Page 328 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 October 1834

© @®— MARRIAGES. Patrick Geehan and Julia Kinna ; Peter Matthews and Mary Shanahan ; James M’Dcvitt and Mary M’Granhardl Neal Duffey and Elizabeth M’Gogham; Bernard M’Kepn and Bridget Cox; Daniel CunifF and Mary Makin ; Daniel Quigly and Anne Harkins ; Jeremiah H. Crawley and Margaret Murray; Thomas Cokfeley and Julia Harden ; Patrick Norton and Ann Powers. © © DEATHS, Bridget Donovan, 50 years; Mary Finn, 31 years; William John Issop, 2 months ; Michael M’Ghan, 34 days; Francis Hart, 38 years; Rosanna Moran, 18 months; Alice M'Guire, 17 years ; Joseph M’Cormick, 11 months; Mary Ann Green, 13 months; Catherine Killan, 11 months ; John Lynch, 11 months. 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. GOILD AND SILVER CROSSES. /\ GOOD Assortment may be found at A. C...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. impn»_. .iu of persons p,.,., Homan Catholics on ac from the r-.t. r p etral i ( . doe* ->' i( y, if at i sh i other . El u Qei; inio t/j xaff rjflihv ; —SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 1 ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1831. NO. *LII. Ths JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVEREUX, for the Proprietors, at $3 per annum, in advance. AH 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, f Office II Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, OCTOBER 18, 1834.

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[From Andrews’ Orthodox Journal.] THE VEN. AND RIGHT REV. CHARLES WALMESLEY. LORD BISHOP OF RAMA, VICAR APOSTOLIC OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT, O. S. B., D. D. OF SORBONNE, AND F. R. S. OF LONDON AND BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

[From Andrews’ Orthodox Journal.] THE VEN. AND RIGHT REV. CHARLES WALMESLEY. LORD BISHOP OF RAMA, VICAR APOSTOLIC OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT, O. S. B., D. D. OF SORBONNE, AND F. R. S. OF LONDON AND BERLIN. This venerable prelate was born in the year 1722, of a respectable family, in the county of Lancaster. Blessed with a heart formed for piety, he dedicated himself, at an early period of life, to the Almighty, in the venerable order of Sc. Benedict. His virtue and learning soon became conspicuous, not only in the science of sacred literature, but also in those of the mathematics and astronomy. He exhibited a remarkable proof of his knowledge of astronomy, by his elaborate and accurate publications in the years 1745-6-7, &c., recorded in the Philosophical Transactions, and by his great assistance in the introduction of the new style, 1752. His knowledge of sacred and theological literature, raised him to the degree of doctor of divinity, in the university of Paris ; and his...

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ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC.—NO. 5. On religious Intolerance and Persecution. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC.—NO. 5. On religious Intolerance and Persecution. “ Quousque tandem abutere patientia nostra,” Millere ? j III. The Church of England. Henry VIII. was the father of the Refdhna-j tion in England. The atrocious wickedness of i his career, the various changes of his religion, | and the changes which he enforced on his subjects by acts of a pliant, servile parliament, are too well known to the merest sciolist in history, to require detail. The creed or confession of faith, was new- ' modelled under Edward, and finally and lastingly arranged by Queen Elizabeth. It is well known that Henry VIII. decreed burning against Anabaptists, for denying the efficacy of infant baptism —and against those j who denied the real presence, and decapitation against those who denied his supremacy.* I single out a few cases under these three reigns, to display the infuriate spirit that prevailed among the English reformers. And first, that of the interesting Anne Ascue, who, for “dogm...

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LATTER DAY SAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

LATTER DAY SAINTS. Our western papers have, for some time past, contained occasional notices of the difficulties encountered by the “ Latter Day Saints,” in the settlement of Zion and the building up of a New I Jerusalem, in Jackson county, Missouri. Pro- ; fessing none but peaceful intentions, the attitude ! of this new' class of bible readers, no doubt, j through the wickedness of men, has been menaj cing and belligerant in Jackson county. A few 1 extracts from an extra of, the “ Evening and : Morning Star,” published by authority , in Kirkj land, Ohio, which we insert below', will give our I readers, the ‘Saint’s’ account of themselves, in i their own words. And an idea of their present I prospects of proving the truth of the prophecy, i that “ Jackson county is the place where the , Zion of the Lord shall stand !”— Cath. Telegraph. Whereas the church of Christ, recently styled I the church of the Latter Day Saints, contumelii ously called “ Mormons,” or “ Mormonites,’’ has j I s...

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Ireland. [From the Waterford Mirror.] DINNER TO MR. O’CONNELL IN WATERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

Ireland. [From the Waterford Mirror.] DINNER TO MR. O’CONNELL IN WATERFORD. On Friday the friends of the hon. and learned gentleman, entertained him at a public dinner at Commins’s Hotel. The dining-room was tastefully decorated, and the dinner (a fish one) wines, &c., of the best description. In fact all the arrangements reflected the highest credit on Mr. Commins. The company consisted of about one hundred and thirty. The cloth having been removed, the Chairman, Alexander Sherlock, of Kiliaspy, Esq., said that the first toast which he had to propose was—- “ The people, the true source of legitimate power.” Air—Let Erin remember the days of old. Nine times nine. “ The King, may he never forget the source from which he derives his power.” Air—God save the King. [Cheers.] “Ireland, may her sons never cease agitation until her liberties are fully consummated.” Air —Patrick’s Day. Nine times nine. The Chairman then said, that it was unnecessary for him to introduce the next...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

Received of Patrick O’Brien, Templeton, Mass., $3. Donations towards the new Church. Rosanna Kelly, $4 ; Mary Molineux, $5 ; Catherine Potter, $4; Henry Crowley, 82; John Hagerty, 85; a Convert, 85; Thomas Flemming, 83 ; Dr. Carney, 85. A meeting of the Collectors for the new church in Pond street, is requested next Sunday afternoon, immediately after Vespers, for the purpose of making their returns. The Bishop arrived in this city last Saturday on his return from the South, in excellent health. We are happy in being able to state that the new Catholic church is in a good state of forwardness. The walls are completed, and the roof ready to be raised. When finished, it will, undoubtedly, be an ornament to the northern part of our city. The same spirit which hung the Quakers under colour of law, and the same fanaticism which condemned and executed innocent and unoffending people for supposed witchcraft, has, in this enlightened age. broken out in the shape of Mobocracy, and wreaked it...

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EDUCATION. Catholic University in Belgium. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

EDUCATION. Catholic University in Belgium. The rigours of persecution have been found unavailing in the subversion of the Catholic religion ; for notwithstanding the numerous sanguinary laws put in force in this country, “ to prevent the growth of Popery,” it is progressing in a formidable degree ; and notwithstanding the proscriptive decrees enforced by the continental Protestant states against the Catholics, their numbers keep increasing; it would seem that a combination has been entered into by both infidels and Protestants, in which they are joined by some would-be-thought liberal Catholics, to sap the ancient and immutable faith, by congregating the youth of all classes of religionists and sceptics under one establishment, where religious instruction is never given, but w'hich they call a National Education. To this scheme of rearing the young idea in indifferentism to any kystem of faith, we have been invariably opposed ; and we are extremely happy to see the truly staunch pre...

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[From the Catholic Telegraph.] RELIGION IN THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

[From the Catholic Telegraph.] RELIGION IN THE WEST. But a few years have elapsed since the “ far west,” as it has been emphatically called, was known only as an interminable forest; its virgin soil and wild but luxuriant productions of nature were yet unenjoyed, unless by the red men of the woods. But the genius and enterprize of the Amerij can people, surmounting the obstacles of nature, breaking down her mightiest barriers, ascending the rugged and snow-towering peaks of the Alleghany, “ making the rough ways smooth, and the crooked ways straight,” bent their course as a mighty torrent to the west; drove before them the aborigines of the land and formed settlements in the most extensive t and fertile plain in the known world. The majestic oak, yielding his right of pos^ | session to the soil of the new world, now called | the great “ Valley of the Mississippi,” bowed submission to the axe of the husbandman ; | rich and cultivated fields, as if, by magic, succeeded to dark and glo...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] FAREWELL TO ERIN. Farewell, lovely Erin ! from thee I must wander j Across the deep ocean in sorrow away ; No more where the Braid’s crystal currents meander, 111 listen the linnet, sing sweet from the spray: Nor stray forth at gloaming among the broom-bowers. Collecting the young sunny delicate flowers : Lamenting I stray, when I think on the hours | Enraptur’d I spent ’neath the sun’s setting ray. Still sweet is the spot where in childhood I sported, Unknown to the troubles that life bears along; And sweet is the cot where my brother oft courted The young artless bard, for as artless a song. Oh! my heart’s like to break when I think on the danger He long had to bear in the land of the stranger ; Where soon I may wander, a poor hapless ranger, Far, far from the hills the Braid wanders among. I’ll seek out the place where in silence he’s sleeping. I’ll weep o’er his ashes alone by the sea ; And kiss the cold wave, while around rne it’s creeping - ....

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Page 336 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

BOARD —Two or three Gentlemen can be accommodated with Board in a private family.— Apply to Mrs. CHENELETTE, No. 11 Atkinson Street. Juno 21. I) I{. MORI ARTY— Office, 133 Court Street. CASH 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 low priced, Black, Blue, Drab, Mixed, and every desirable and fancy shade. Cassimekf. —Drab, Blue, Mixed, Striped and various fancy colours. Petershams —Drab, Brown and Green, common and Superfine. Satinetts — Indigo, Blue, Mixed, &c. Merinos—3-4 and 6-4 English, of a superior fabrick and most desirable colours. Flannels —3-4, 4-4 and 6-4 White, Red, Yellow, Scarlet and Green, of common and Superior qualities. Sept. 20. 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 Str...

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Page 336 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 October 1834

@® ® MARRIAGES. Edward Casey and Catharine MahooneyJohn Hag-arty and Anne F. Lellis; James Murphy and Bridget Riley ; Patrick Garraughty and Bridget Cunningham. ® O DEATHS. Michael Duggan, 45 years; James M’Devitt, 12 months; Honora Hogan, 18 months; Mary Kelley, 30 years; Bridget M’Mamion, ,9 months; Joseph Doyle, 40 years; Ellen O’Brien, 3 months; Catherine M’Donald, 25 years ; Mary Keenan, 12 months ; Catherine Joyce, 18 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. IVERPOOL AND NEW YORK PACKETS. The Subscribers have made arrangements for getting out Steerage Passengers from...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 October 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qe6 g into tiUOiV, t/c xuff VUWV ; —SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS 7 IF GOD BE FOR US. WHO IS AGAINST US 7 ROM. VIII. XXX VOL. y. BOSTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1831 IVO. XL.III. 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 j/ost 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 Church. Office II Devonshire Street. "• 1 » = THE JESUIT. BOSTON, OCTOBER 25, 1834.

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