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SUFFERINGS OF THE FRENCH CLERGY IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 November 1834

SUFFERINGS OF THE FRENCH CLERGY IN LONDON. We copy the following from the London Sunday Observer: About 40 aged French priests are, we understand, in London, languishing in the deepest obscurity, and dragging out a most miserable existence. They were dfiven from their own country in 1792, because they would not submit to the decree then pronounced, abolishing the Christian religion. They sought and found refuge in this country, where they have since remained. On the restoration of the Bourbons, in 1814, the limited pension they had before received from the British subscription fund ceased, and the French government gave one in its place; but, on a change of dynasty, in 1839, this pension stopped. Promises, it is true, were still given them of its being paid as before ; but from that time to this they have never received a farthing. They now, as their last resource, many of them having literally died of want, throw themselves on the benevolence of the British public. Donations howeve...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 November 1834

Donations towards the new church : William Duffy, §2 ; Martin Tim mens, $3. CCjr’Our Subscribers are reminded once more that a considerable sum is yet due by them, which we stand greatly in need of, for the current expenses of our Paper. We hope this notice will suffice, especially as the year is now rapidly drawing to a close, when it will be all important for us to settle our accounts. The sums due are trifling when considered separately ; hue collectively, the amount is considerable. It is to be hoped, therefore, that no further delay will be interposed. The Catholics in Salem, are informed that there will be divine service next Sunday, in their church, both forenoon and afternoon. We insert to-day, the communication signed by Dr. Thompson of Charlestown, on the subject of the Ursuline Convent at Mount Benedict. It does him indeed great credit. No one has had a better opportunity of judging of. the merits of that establishment than Dr. Thompson, he having been employed there as a...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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[From the Daily Advertiser.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 November 1834

[From the Daily Advertiser.] Among the decisions made by the Supreme, Judicial Court at the Middlesex session, 18th Oct. inst., was one relative to a claim made hr the Selectmen of Charlestown, to restrain the burying of Roman Catholics in that town. Austin, Plaintiff, vs. . This was an action to recover a penalty claimed by reason of a breach of the by-laws of the town of Charlestown. The 3d clause of the by-law prohibited the exercise of the employment of funeral under- takers, without the license of the Selectmen ; and the 4th prohibited the bringing of any dead body into the town for the purpose of burial, &c. The authority Uumake the by-laws in question, was supposed to be derived from the Statutes authorizing the Town of Charlestown to establish a Board of Health. The case came up on exceptions to the opinion of the Court of Common Pleas. Judge Wilde gave the opinion of the Court. After stating the nature of the action, the bylaws, and the Statutes upon which they ...

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URSULINE COMMUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 November 1834

URSULINE COMMUNITY. Died on the ISth’inst, at the residence of the! Ursuline Community, Brinley place, Roxbury, j Mrs. St. Henry, aged 21) vears and 6 months.—! Th is beautiful girl was sick at Mount Benedict when the Convent was burned, and suffered a dreadful shock in the horrors of that awful night from which she never recovered. On the following morning she was removed to the house of the Sisters of Charity, in Boston, where she lingered till the 11th inst. were she w as removed to the place where she died. At this time she was so low that she could not stand alohe, and it seemed hardly possible to remove her, but she could not | bear to be separated from the beloved ladies of the Community, and they literally took her and j carried her over, like an infant in their arms.—: She was pleased with their new' situation, and en-! joyed the scenery very much. The afternoon before she died, her bed w'as turned round, so: that she could see Mount Benedict from her window. She viewed it ...

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Page 352 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 November 1834

— MARRIAGES. John Murphy and Honora Daley ; Patrick Gargan and Rose Garland; Patrick Farrington and Mary Slowman; James Misskill and Anna Philips; William Campbell and Bridget Walsh; John Kehoe and Margaret Brady; Edward Meirs and Bridget Casey. ’ © 9 DEATHS. John Kohlea, 6 months; John Driscol, 40 years; James Nugent, 35 years; William M’Guncgal, 3 months; Gregory Martin, 40 years ; Margaret Brophy, 8 months; David Kiely, 24 years; Bridget Dillon, 3 months; John Nugent, 38 years ; Catherine F. Lewis, 48 years. In East Cambridge, Thomas Carlin, 9 months; Mary M’Mahon, 30 years. NOTICE. —The regular monthly meeting of the Boston Roman Catholic Mutual Relief Society, will bo held at the Julien Hall, on Monday evening next, at 7 o’clock, P. M. A punctual attendance j is requested. D. TIMONEY, Sec. Nov. ]. BOARDING HOUSE. The Subscriber begs leave most respectfully to inform his friends and the public, that he still continues at his Old Stand, No. 23 Federal Street, corner of Franklin S...

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Page 352 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 November 1834

WILLIAM DAILY, No. 18 School Street, 803ton, would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he, in connexion with his former business, of Fruit and Powers, has, at the solicitation of his friends, opened an Intelligence Office, for the accommodation of those who may be disposed to favour him with any thing in that line. Wanted—3 Cooks and a Chamber-maid ; Apply as I above. Oct. 25. FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. The Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, I that he has opened a Store, at Cellar, corner of Milk ' and Federal Streets, where be will constantly keep I on hand, a variety of articles in the’ furniture line, j He hopes that his moderate prices and personal attention may insure him a share of public patronage. Oct. 25. James quigley. BOARD —Two or three Gentlemen can be accommodated with Board in a private family.— Apply to Mrs. CHENELETTE, No. II Atkinson i Street. Juno 21. UMBRELLAS, Parasols, Musical-Instruments and Canes, may be had on good terms, ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El u Qs6g VTtiq •fyttWJ', T Is xaff Tjfiwv ; —SI DEUS FRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 1 ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. y. BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1831, AO. XLV. 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 Oxe, Ploly, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE J KSV IT. BOSTON, NOVEMBER 8, 1834.

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Ireland. LETTER I. MR O’CONNELL TO LORD DUNCANNON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

Ireland. LETTER I. MR O’CONNELL TO LORD DUNCANNON. D ar rynarte-Abbey, August 30, 1834. My Loud— Therq is nothing like common sense—it reduces every subject of political disquisition to its true value, and forms the just estimate of its importance. I call upon you to appreciate by this test the complaints and the claims of the parties which at present rage in Ireland, and then I require of you, on pain of forfeiting your character as a statesman, irretrievably and for ever, to act firmly and decidedly as common sense shall dictate. There are two parties in Ireland—the Orange or ascendency party on the one hand—the Repeal or popular party on the other. Each party alleges grievances, and makes demands on the government. Submit the complaints as well as the demands of each to the scrutiny of common sense ; but let it not he a barren scrutiny. Determine to follow out the result into practical measures of redress or compression. I desire no more ; but, in plain truth, 1 will not be conte...

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TERMONFICKAN. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

TERMONFICKAN. Termonfickan, or, as it is now called, Torfecknn, is a handsome village in the county of Louth, four miles north of Drogheda, pleasantly situated on a small river, (over which is a handsome cutstone bridge)'half a mile from the sea-shore, and is chiefly resorted to in summer for the benefit of sea-bathing. The name signifies the sanctuary of St. Fechan, who was abbot of Fowre, in the county of Westmeath ; of whom Colgnn says that he “ founded the noble monastery of Esdara ; which the Lord of the territory of Leny endowed with great possessions, and with the tract of land extending from the river, which leaves the monastery, to the seaand we learn from Ware, that there was here an abbey of Regular Canon,esses, the possessions of which were confirmed by Pope Celestine the Third, A. D. 1195. In former times the founder of a church was obliged, prior to its consecration by the bishop, to endow it with certain properties for the maintenance of the clergy connected with the ...

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[From the New York Commercial Advertiser.] CHAPTER ON YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

[From the New York Commercial Advertiser.] CHAPTER ON YOUNG MEN. Alexander, of Macedon, extended his power over Greece, conquered Egypt, rebuilt Alexandria, and over run all Asia, and died at 33 years of age. * Hannibal was but 26, when after the fill of his father, Hamilcar, in Spain, and Asdruhal, his successor, he was chosen commander-in-chief by the Carthagenian army. At 27, lie captured Saguntum from the Romans; before he was 34, he carried his arms from Africa into Italy, conquered Publius Scipio on the banks of the Ticinus; routed Sempronius near the Treabia ; defeated Flaminius on his approaches to the Appenines ; laid waste the whole country ; defeated Fabius Maximus and Varro, marched into Capua, and at the age of 36 was thundering at the gates of Rome. Scipio Africanus was scarcely 16 when he took an active part in the battle of Canna;, and saved the life of his father. The wreck of the Roman cavalry chose him then for their leader, and he conducted them back to the capit...

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[From the Trumpet and Universalist Magazine.] CATHOLICS, AND THE NUNNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

[From the Trumpet and Universalist Magazine.] CATHOLICS, AND THE NUNNERY. ~ * — — ■“ * Mr. Editor—The recent outrage on the Nunnery in Charlestown, appears to have called forth the expression of various feelings with regard to the Catholics. Will you permit me, in your valuable paper, to offer certain views, some of which may differ a little from those that have been presented in its columns. As to the riot itself, together with the outrage, I see not that there is room at present for more than one opinion ; and this is, that it was not only a flagrant violation of the law, but the most daring one that has for a long time taken place in this vicinity. So much, I suppose, is acknowledged on all sides. What occasion was there for this high-handed violence ?—for there have been occasions in the history of society where wrongs became so intolerable or alarming, that after vainly trying every other means, the populace vvas justified in rising, setting aside all human law, and rectifying ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

Received from Patrick Murtha, Collector for the new church at Dorchester, the sum of §3l. A solemn service was performed in the Cathedral of the Holt Cross, for the repose of the soul of the Most Rev. Dr. Whitfield, late Archbishop of Baltimore, on the sth inst. The Right Rev. Bishop Fenwick officiated as Celebrant, and the Rev. Messrs. Tyler and Courtin as Deacon and Sub-deacon. W r e understand that the Bishop has received a number of letters from some of the most respectable citizens of Newport, Rhode-Island, inviting him to remove the Ursuline Nuns to that city, alleging the beauty of the situation, the salubrity of the air, and the well known liberality of its inhabitants. We are, indeed, happy to see a disposition manifested on the part of the respectable citizens of one of our sister States, at once so creditable to them, and so worthy of the descendants of her liberal Founder, Roger Williams; but we are of opinion that the spirit of fanaticism is not as bad in Massachusetts ...

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[From the Catholic Herald.] FUNERAL SERVICE OF THE LATE ARCHBISHOP OF BALTIMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] FUNERAL SERVICE OF THE LATE ARCHBISHOP OF BALTIMORE. Seldom have we witnessed so solemn and imposing a spectacle as was exhibited to the eyes of congregated thousands on Tuesday, 21st, at the funeral obsequies of the late lamented Archbishop of Baltimore. The day was unusually pleasant, and every thing conspired to make a lasting impression on the minds of our fellow citizens. At 11 o’clock the procession moved from the residence of the deceased prelate, accompanied by solemn music, which, introduced between each verse of the penitential “ miserere,” created a thrilling sensation throughout the dense crowd of spectators. As the procession moved slowly towards the cathedral the loud tocsin tolled a solemn peal which caused a religious awe well suited to the solemnity of the occasion. The bier was supported alternately by four of our most respectable citizens, and was followed by the most Rev. successor Archbishop Eccleston with his sacred ministers. The ey...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] THE EXILE OF ERIN’S RETURN. When absent, my country, from thee and thy sorrows, My proudest, my happiest dreams were of thee ; As the lovely from distance a warmer light borrows, And the sun gleams more splendid athwart the wide sea. My day-dreams of childhood, of manhood, took wing In the light that once played round thy free-trodden shore; Mere creatures of moonlight, they died with the spring, And in summer my dreams and my joys were no more. There’s a season when friendships are prized and pursued, Their worth undiscovered, at least unbelieved ; ’Mid thy vallies I found it —their flow’rs were imbued With a tear wrung in wo from a heart first deceived. How we love the green sod that enshrouds the departed ; They’re no more, but ’tis pleasure to watch where they lie ; Thus my country I priz’d, tho’ there first brokenhearted, And the grave of my love was still dear to my eye. i I longed to strew o’er it the blossoms that yet Shed their fragrance a...

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Page 360 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

® ©© MARRIAGES. Timothy Madden anil Johanna Devoy; Thomas Corlay and Ellen Diffaly; Francis Ross and Rosanna Mellen; Edward Gibbins and Catharine Larkin; James Signay and Jane Capporal; Henry Carson and Catharine Collins ; Cornelius Goody and Ally Hicky ; Bernard Woods and Anne M’Cew ; Thomas Kavani and Margaret M’Guire ; Jeremiah Riordm and Betty Maidlett. ® ® DEATHS. Died on Saturday evening last, of Hooping Cough, Harriet Ann, only daughter of William and Agnes Ann Bell, aged 5 years and 10 months. John Halloran, 22 years ; Ellen Nowlan, 42 years ; James Higgins, 8 days ; Garratt Farrell, Smooths; Richard Gurhy, 22 years ; Robert Flahaven, 48 years; James Hay, 13 months ; Thomas Norton, 24 years. At Charlestown, Cornelius Gillespie, 30 years ; James Tobin, 5 years. John Byrne respectfully informs his lal friends and the public, that he the Stone Cutting business, in all its various branches, at the corner of Theatre Alley and Miik Street, where he will be happy to wait upon all s...

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Page 360 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 8 November 1834

ILLIAM DAILY, No. 18 School Street, Boston, would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he, in connexion with his former business, of Fruit and Powers, has, at the solicitation of his friends, opened an Intelligence Office, for the accommodation of those who may be disposed to favour him with any thing in that line. Wanted—3 Cooks and a Chamber-maid ; Apply as above. Oct. 25. 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 REMOVAL. The Subscriber, grateful to his friends and customers, for that share of patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed on him, and solicitous for a continuance of the same, respectfully begs leave to inform them that he has removed his Shop from 15 Water Street, to 63 Congress Street, (between Milk and Water ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El o Qe6g vniq -tig xaff ; —SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS? IF GOD BE FOR DS, WHO IS AGAINST US? ROM. VIII. XXXI VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1834. NO. XLVI. 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. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, NOVEMBER 15, 1534.

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Ireland. LETTER II. MR O’CONNELL TO LORD DUNGANNON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 November 1834

Ireland. LETTER II. MR O’CONNELL TO LORD DUNGANNON. Darrynane-Abbey, September 6, 1834. My Lord— My first letter contained four only out of the catalogue of the facts by which the “ Whigs” forfeited the confidence and alienated the affections of the people of Ireland. My object is to show that the hostility which has subsisted between the popular party and the government, was created, and is continued, by “ the follies, the faults, and the crimes ” of the Whigs. Whether the time is come to put an end to that hostility, and to consolidate the administration by means of the efficient aid of the Irish people, remains, my Lord, for you and your colleagues to determine. There happens, just at this moment, to be a seat vacant in the King’s Bench. Of Judge Jebb I will say nothing. I will content myself merely by calling your Lordship’s attention to the fact that a most animated eulogium has been published Upon bis judicial character, by the talented but most virulent and unqualified advoca...

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