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Page 384 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 30 July 1831

ORRIS T. CHAPI N, INFORMS his friends and the Public that he makes all kinds of Gentlemen’s Apparel, in the first rate style, and which,he warrants, will afibrd satisfaction. He receives regularly the London and New York fashions. His Store is on the Second Story, No. 46, Washington Street. June 25. CONFECTIONARY STORE. RS. MARY PEVERF.LLEY has removed Store to No. 178 Washington Street. July 16. her P R O P O SALS VpV EUGENE CUMMISKEY, for publishing by subscription, a neat and handsome octavo edition of Rodrigues’ “Pr dice of Christian Perfection.” The work will be printed on a new type, and fine medium paper, and will be put to press as soon as a sufficient number of subscribers is obtained to justify the undertaking. It is contemplated to re-print the work on the same size type as the Kilkenny edition, and to bind the three volumes in two; by this means some saving will be effected, and the Publisher enabled to print the whole work at the low price of five dollars, payable on de...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829)
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Ei 6 Qsog uifsg y\ fxtiv, rig xad’ r, p,wv ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ? — if god be for us, who is against us T — rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. 11. BOSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1831, NO. XL.IX. The JESUIT? Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday,) by WI Ii Li lA. IVI SIWCITH? for the Proprietors, at f 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 ~..Bromfield Street. Mr. Dahiel A. O’Brien having business to transact in Georgetown, D. C. has kindly consented to act at Agent for our new Paper, on his way thither.— He is authorised to receive subscriptions in New York Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington City, Alexandria and Georgetown. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, AUGUST G, IS3I.

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From the Itinerant. TO DR. SAMUEL C. SNYDER, OF CHARLESTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, VA. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

From the Itinerant. TO DR. SAMUEL C. SNYDER, OF CHARLESTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, VA. Our insertion of the following article is attended with regret that the worthy and intelligent writer should waste so much of his precious time in thus noticing a miserable apostate, who, as is customary with the vast majority of all such characters,endeavours to screen his well-known motives and conduct, by traducing the doctrines and the discipline of the holy Catholic Church he has thus abandoned. “Mordax videor tibi?— Defendas ut tuus est mos.” Hor. sat. IV. lib. 1. Sir: —When I addressed you, in my former communication, I had seen but the first part of your “narrative:” and, of course, my stVictures were confined to it. The continuation and conclusion have since appeared; and as I have given my name to the public, I deem it due to myself, as well as to the cause of truth, to prosecute my observations. It matters not in what manner I may be surrounded, and hemmed in, by the criticisms | of the Edi...

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From the Truth Teller. DISGUSTING OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

From the Truth Teller. DISGUSTING OUTRAGE. With mingled feelings of indignation and sorrow, we have to express our abhorrence of an outrage committed on the person of a lady, the wife of Dr. J. C. Foster, of this city, almost within view of her father’s house, in the “land of steady habits,” as it is called, Connecticut. It appears that the lady left this city on the 9th inst., and after a boisterous passage through Long Island Sound, arrived at East Haddam next morning, exhausted with sea sickness and fatigue. Naturally anxious, in such a state of debility, to reach the mansion of her father, Dr. Sweet, she took the regular stage connected with the steam boat for Lebanon, and while she was indulging in the sweet anticipation of enjoying the paternal embrace and of finding that repose which she so much needed, she was dragged from the stage, by a fiend in human shape, a certain Deacon, “ Elephalent Huntington ,” and transmitted, by him, to the custody of his thief catcher, for viola...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

Three weeks more, and the “ Jesuit, or Catholic Sentinel” will have laboured for two years in fighting the good fight of faith, in explaining and defending the Principles of the Roman Catholic Church. Every obstacle that the Ministers of error could have thrown in the way of Truth, every marked opposition that the allied powers of a mock-reformation could have made to the diffusion of our ancient, our Apostolic Doctrine among the good people of New England, since the first appearance of the “Jesuit,” down to the commencement of the Catholic Lectures in Boston, had been unsparingly brought into the field against us and our holy Religion. No misrepresentation, however flagitious, no calumny, however profligate, was deemed by them too vile for use. The Pulpit, the Press, the Prayer-room I and Parlour, rung with their reckless invectives. We ever acted on the defensive. We never advocated the offensive principle. We have been obliged to adopt a plan of treatment, however reluctantly, si...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

We have frequently heard and noticed the i anli-christian prejudice, which a conversion from sectarianism to the Holy Catholic Church produces in the minds of the unconverted friends and relatives of the new convert. Such friends would not manifest the slightest uneasiness, nor breath the gentlest murmur,had Miss A. or Mr. B. been inocculated with the virus of any, or all of the capricious tenets and anti-scriptural doctrinism, which have deformed and disfigured the world, from the days of the notorious Luther and Calvin, to the quixotic epoch of Miss Wright- wrong; but the moment the inquirer after the True Church declares an intention of embracing the Faith and following the practice of the good old mother, and immaculate spouse of Christ,those “sweet friends,” “dear friends,” raise the hue and cry of persecution, and not only say, that the new Catholic has lost his wits,but has been actuated by worldly motives!!! Wonderful consistency of the children of this generation! Our time ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

The following biographical sketch of Henry the Bth, the inspired founder and “defender” of the Protestant Church of England, we select from “Sampson’s Memoirs,” and particularly recommend it to the consideration of every conscientious Protestant of the Episcopal I School. What Episcopalian lady or gentleman having salvation at heart, what scholar, or moral or well disposed person, who is not paid to preach or keep up the doctrines of that Protestant sect of Christians, can for a ' j moment read this sketch, or the reign of this royal monster, (as written even by infidel, anti-catholic Hume,) as I well as that of his infamous daughter Bessy, who, of I course > by right of Apostolical succession became the spiritual head of Papa’s Church, without at once seeing j the absurdity and the anfi-christian origin of the Church j of England, as by acts of Parliament established? What murder, and plunder, and crime, has not the introduction of Protestantism into England, Ireland and...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

The Rev. James Conway who received Deaconship on the Ist of July, was raised to the responsible dignity and office of the Priesthood on the 31st ult. in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, by the Right Rev. Bishop Fenwick. To our zealous Agent and friend Mr. McDevitt, to Messrs. -Gorman and Byrne, of Dover, to James Ferguson, Esq. U. S. N. and to Mr. Paduzzi of Portsmouth we are much obliged. We return thanks to our friend Mr. T. English, of Columbia, Pa. for his letter and remittance. We gratefully acknowledge the kindness of our liberal and worthy friend, Colonel Joseph Thomas of New Orleans, Lou. The Rev. Mr. Maenhaut , of the same city, will be pleased to accept our unfeigned gratitude for his religious and patriotic conduct on a late occasion. As will also Lewis Phillips, Thos. S. Kennedy, Martin Gordon, G. R. Stringer, Thos. Fitzwilliams, M. F. Maher and James Flood, Esqrs. We thank our esteemed correspondent, P* C. for his favour from Sandwich, we expect to see him on the subiec...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

We cheerfully comply with the wish of our friend by inserting an extract from his letter. Our only motive for laying it, and similar communications before the public, is to expose the conduct of itinerant fanatics and defaraers, and to guard, as far as we can, the virtuous and innocent part of the community from being bitten by cunning serpents. “In my travels in Vermont, I stopped in the town of F. where, to my astonishment, I found, what is called, a four days’’ meeting. — One of these brawling ministers stood up in a sort of Pulpit,and cried out to all who were at the Meeting, “if you wish to see Jesus, follow me to the school house!!” Indeed, most of them were fools or fanatics enough to follow the fellow. Another of the brawling tribe got up and said, he never believed that by waiting a week or two, they could have religion, that now, this very minute was the time; that they should lay hold of it directly, for they could never have it again!! Several gentlemen in the town of P....

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SIGNS OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

SIGNS OF THE TIMES. A convocation of the Clergy was held on Wednesday morning, at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London. There were present, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishops of London, Bangor and Landaff, Dr. Sleath, Messrs. Norris, Woodsworth and Lendon, Canons of the Cathedral, and many others of the clergy. The Bishop of Landaff read the Litany in Latin. The sermon by the Rev. Dr.Woodsworth, was delivered also in Latin , after which, Gloria in excelsis was sung by the choir.— Land. Morn. Post, nth June. The above is an unequivocal symptom of Catholicity, which is rapidly reforming the ways of Protestantism in England. With what semblance of justice can Episcopalianism, or any other sect of the Reformation, henceforward advance the trite, absurd and frequently exploded argument against Roman Catholics, of their praying in an unknown tonguel The conduct of the convocated Clergy in this instance is another specimen of the inconsistency of sectarianism.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

Whenever a severe loss is sustained by any of our fellow beings, it necessarily excites our sympathy. The thought, however, has frequently occurred to us, that had Protestant Ministers imitated the example of the Roman Catholic Priesthood, they could avoid much of the domestic misfortunes to which their marriage state inevitably exposes them. Judging from the counsels of the Saviour, and the practice of the two Saint Johns, St. Paul, &,c. &.C.; every man who is acquainted with the duties of a truly clerical life, must see the decided advantage which the flock must derive from the single state of the Pastor, to whom the words of St. Paul in his Ist Epistle to the Corinthians (chap. 7, v. 32, 33,) particularly apply. A son of Rev. Thomas Dolloff, of Jay, Me. aged about 20 years, died on Friday last, in consequence of having inhaled through his nostrils into his lungs, a portion of the contents of a “puff ball,” to check bleeding at the nose.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

The patriotic, the philanthropic Editor of the Patriot, published at Kingston, U. C., is fairly entitled to the thanks of the Canadian Public for his vigilance and exertions in the great cause of morality and social order, against which the secret and overt acts of an itinerant ministry are uniformly levelled. From the Patriot and Farmer’s Monitor. Mr. Editor: —l am glad to see that some of your correspondents have brought to your notice the very disgraceful institutions, called Camp Meetings, which promote every thing the reverse of true piety and devotion. Our poor innocent but giddy girls are wickedly enticed to frequent those vicious resorts of iniquity, and too frequently fall victims of seduction. I have often been astonished that parents have had no more regard for their female offspring, than to suffer their tender limbs and minds to be exposed to such injurious influences, the first to the vicissitudes of weather, and the latter to the blandishments of vice in the garb of s...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

Mr. Editor—Sir; —When I perceive an Editor of a paper anxiously concerned for the morals, and consequently the well being of society, I consider his mind properly imbued with a sense of his duty, and truly glad am I to see that the very wicked imagination of camp meetings, has come under your censure. Believe me, Sir, as you declare you have never visited such meetings, you can hardly conceive of half the base doings that are carried on at those Satanic revels, nor can you think of the terrible influence they have upon the younger part of society.— Young men and girls are made in a manner crazy, through curiosity first to visit them, and afterwards more crazy to be constantly doing what they are in these immoral places first initiated into. They depart at once from all salutary control of their parents, but indeed some parents are so ignorant, and unaware of consequences, that they let their daughters go without ever once thinking at all of consequences, till they stare them in the ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

The subjoined article deserves a careful perusal. It is strange that the moment a true philanthropist, or Christian raises his voice against the low and demoralising schemes of sectarianism, he is immediately set down by the “godly Orthodox party,” as an infidel, a drunkard, a reprobate, of course an outcast from the pale of Christian hope, and Christian salvation!! What hypocrisy! what impiety! what practical infidelity! Mr. Editor:—The Herald and the JVatch- man, have both done me the singular honor to exhibit me in their chaste columns as a drunkard. Why such an insignificant individual as myself,who am but a poor pensioner upon his Majesty’s bounty, should be singled | out as one whose private conduct should so materially concern the public, while there j are so many sanctimonious pharisees, who exalt their heads in the high places, and revel in the intoxicating excitements of carnal revivals, and the voluptuous harlotry of camp meetings, I am at a loss to imagine. Better methin...

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Workings of “Orthodox" Ministers—truly horrible—wickedly slanderous. CAMP MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

Workings of “ Orthodox" Ministers—truly horrible—wickedly slanderous. CAMP MEETINGS. Of the several communications on this exciting subject, we have selected but two for publication this day; our other correspondi ents must have patience, they have all our thanks for their attention, and deserve well | of the public for their help to cure the country of this corrupting disease. We will here | take occasion to communicate some highly j interesting matter in reference to this diabol- ! ical mania, which is surely Satan’s ow n in- ] diction. It appears that the Committee of [the Magdalen Asylum in New York, have [ put forth “a report” (let it be kept in view, that this is another of the money getting schemes of the Orthodox) in which they declare that there are above 10,000 prostitutes in New Y r ork, and appeal to the sympathy of the honest females to contribute money for their support. Few things have ever created a greater sensation in any town than this “report” has done in New-Yor...

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EFFECTS OF THE REVIVAL SCHEME! [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

EFFECTS OF THE REVIVAL SCHEME! Mrs. Peggy B. Coryell, wife of Mr. A. C. Coryell, who resides about three miles south, of this village, committed suicide by swallowing a quantity of alcohol, on the 4th inst. — The deceased had been in a very delicate state of health for some time previous to committing the rash deed, and for many months had evinced symptoms of a religious melon-' choly. She was harassed with the idea that her “day of grace had passed, and that she had committed the unpardonable sin,” and it is supposed that in a fit of the extreme depression of spirits incident to the indulgence of such thoughts, she took the fatal draught, j She left a family of two children. — Havana, Tioga co. Observer.

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MORE REVIVALS! [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

MORE REVIVALS! Nothing is becoming more general in this ‘enlightened age,’ as it is called, than what 1 good people term Revivals of Religion. Our readers must have been much edified with the accounts we have already given them of these Religious Revolutions. Such matters might pass unnoticed by us, were it not for the frequency of their occurrence; the remarkable signs and wonders by which they are accompanied—the singular effects they are said to produce, and the more singular manner in which they are related. In the Christian Herald of the 9th inst., | which providentially fell in our way, we find ! the following extraordinary account of a Re- | vival at Warren, Pa. Reader, peruse this j extract with becoming solemnity and fixed j attention. This intelligence seems to be got ing the rounds of the papers, as it has ap- ! peared in the ‘Union,’ the ‘Crawford Messenger,’ and in the ‘Christian Herald,’ and has been noticed in the ‘New-York Daily Sentinel.’ It is therefoie but just th...

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BLIND ZEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

BLIND ZEAL. A very handsome large octavo volume has been issued by Mr. Bliss, bookseller, at New York, entitled “Travels in Malta and Sicily, with Sketches of Gibraltar in 1827, by Andrew Bigelow, author of ‘Leaves from a Journal in North Britain in Ireland.’ ” This traveller has doubtless communicated much that is attractive and instructive concerning Gibraltar, Malta, and Sicily, but his style is verbose, and his narrative cumbrous, and his religious prejudices are too frequently and excursively indulged. His book might have been reduced to half its present size, with advantage to both author and reader.* Mr. Bigelow observes in his Preface—“lt may be queried whether the Catholic Religion does not foster within its bosom, principles which naturally lead it to aspire to an exclusive predominance? Whether history does not shew that it has steadily coveted wealth as an engine of power—political influence as the ladder of self-advancement, and an intimate alliance of Church with State...

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From the [British] Catholic Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

From the [ British ] Catholic Magazine. The Honourable George Spencer, who, for the last year has been pursuing a course of theological studies at the English College at Rome,has just been promoted to the order of Sub-deaconship. His zeal is unabated.— He has delivered some discourses in the English College, which have been attended by numerous audiences, especially of the English residents in the city. Our correspondent informs us that his discourses are remarkably simple and unadorned, but very argumentative and replete with unction and * We will not say that it was his object to make money rather than to impart information by this tour. — Yet how many such are there who write, or rather scribble for no other motive! To an American brought up in the narrow mindedness of sectarian bigotry at home, the politeness, elegance and social refinements of life which must strike him on visiting Catholic Europe, necessarily excite a strange revolution in his feelings and judgment, and inspir...

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BOTANY BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1829) — 6 August 1831

BOTANY BAY. The Rev. \ incent Dowling, a respectable Irish priest of the order of St. Francis,knowing the great need the Catholics in New South Wales have of pastors to attend to their spiritual concerns, has, with true apostolic zeal, volunteered the services of his sacred ministry to that important mission. His proposal has been gladly accepted by the I Government, who have provided for the exi penses of his voyage, and have made him a j suitable appointment on his arrival at SydI ney. Mr. Dowling is about thirty years of | age, strong and healthy, experienced in missionary duty, which he has exercised with applause, in the Isle of Wight, and in London; and has the reputation of being an eloquent preacher. His missionary services at Sydney, where there is, at present, only one priest, will be very valuable. He set sail I trom London in the beginning of April for | his new mission.— lbid.

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