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Page 400 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 13 December 1834

John Byrne respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he continues the Stone Cutting’ business, in all its various branches, at the corner of Theatre Alley and Milk Street, where he will be happy to wait upon all such as favour him with their commands, and hopes by his attention to merit a continuance of their favours. N. B. Grave stones and Marble work of every description, done in the neatest manner, and at the most moderate prices. Nov. 8. 17WRN1TURE WAREHOUSE. The Subscriber 1 respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has opened a Store, at Cellar, corner of Milk and Federal Streets, where he will constantly keep on hand, q variety of articles in the furniture line. He hopes that his moderate prices and personal attention may insure him a share of public patronage. Oct. 25. James quigley. Spoons, manufactured and warranted, at A. CUTLER’S, No. 21/ Washington Street, opposite Franklin Street. Also has on hand a prime assortment of silver and steel Specta...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El o 9e6; ini(f ijuGiV, ilg y.uff ; —SI DEUS PKO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US? ROM. VIII. XXXI. vol.. v. BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1831. ISO. 1.1. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear I 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, Holv, Catholic and Apostolic Church. .Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, DECEMBER 20, 1834.

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Ireland. To the Editor of the Southern Reporter. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

Ireland. To the Editor of the Southern Reporter. Darrynane Abbey, October 23, 1834. Sir—1 really thought you a more clever man than I find you. You have not the “ nous” I attributed to you, and which your general shrewdness evidences. If you had you would see at once, that the “ living lie” of the renegade in the Observer is nothing more than “a silly lie;” what the Chief Justice of the King’s Bench calls “ the foolishest lie I ever heard.” The liar in the Observer had to account for my hatred, as he-calls it, of Sir William Cosset, by declaring that he had delected me in an attempt, &c. &c. And what is the story of his detection ? Take it in its parts: — 1st. That I went to Cosset and offered to place in the hands of the government such information as would enable them to bring to justice the leader of the Terry Alts. 2dly. That 1 called on Cosset not to lose a moment in arresting O'Gorman Mahon as such a person. 3djy. That Cosset asked me to make an affidav...

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GREAT BRITIAN AND HER COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

GREAT BRITIAN AND HER COLONIES. The small domestic and vast transmarine Empire of Britain may be thus seen : Ares in British Divisions. Square Miles. Subjects. "E, f England, 50,520 13,086,675 5 J Wales, 7,409 803.000 Hi j Scotland, 29.605 2,365.930 [lreland, 26,798 7,839,469 Bengal, 306,012 72,000,000 Madras, 141.323 14,700.000 Bombay, ' " 64,938 7,000,000 Ceylon, 27,000 1,200,000 Penang, &c. 1,317 136,000 New Holland, 1,000,000 100,000 Van Diemen’s Land, 24,000 48,720 Mauritius, 1,000 104,479 Cape of Good Hope, 120,000 136,375 Western Africa, 1,080 34.923 Lower Canada, 205,863 562,98 ft Upper Canada, 95,125 250,000 New Brunswick, 26,704 94,392 Nova Scotia, 14,031 139,000 Cape Breton, 3,125 30,('00 Prince Edward’s Isle, 2,159 32,000 Newfoundland, 35,923 80,000 Hudson Bay Settlement, 525,000 2,000 Jamaica, 6,400 359,000 Trinidad, 2,400 44,163 Barbadoes, 166 102,277 Grenada, 109 28,732 Antigua, 94 35,678 M ontserrat, 47 7,406 Dominica, 275 20,038 St. Vincent’s, 131 27,734...

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FROM JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

FROM JAMAICA. By the Orbit, Capt. Mead, which has arrived at this port from Kingston, we have received a file of the Jamaica Despatch to the 14th of November, inclusive. The proceedings of the House of Assembly, of no general interest, principally occupy its columns, and the items of greatest importance are derived from other quarters, and principally from Demerara. The spirit of insubordination bad appeared even in Jamaica in several of the parishes. The following is a statement of the condition of affairs at St. George’s on the 22d of October : The negroes in the parish are taking every advantage, and although they have not generally aqted with open violence, they take every opportunity to defeat our plans, and are not doing more than one half of what they did before the first of August. Unless some unforseen redeeming circumstances occur very soon, their obstinacy unchecked as. it is, will gather into a head, and burst out with a powerful smash. The Fort Stewart negroes have been...

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THE FIRST TIME I SAW O’CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

THE FIRST TIME I SAW O’CONNELL. While on a tour through the South of Ireland, in the autumn of the year 1830, I rested | ! one night in a small town in the county of Cork, j As I arrived at a late hour, I received accom- ' modation with some difficulty at the only decent hotel the place boasted. Hunger is proverbi- | ally good sauce for hard fare, and fatigue is j content to sleep without a bed of down; so I | placidly betook myself to repose without inqui- j ry as to the cause of such unexpected annoy-' ance. I was startled, however, at an early : I hour in the morning by the reveile and beat to Jj arms of the bugles and drums of a detachment of military which had been quartered in the | town the preceding night, on their march to j embark for a foreign station, and 1 soon found | that the officers in command had forestalled me in mine inn. I am Radical enough to detest a standing j army, as a great source of evil to the British empire, as the chief agent in retarding the liberties...

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[From the Sun.] MISERIES OF HUMAN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

[From the Sun.] MISERIES OF HUMAN LIFE. The Rev. M. Beresfbrd hits com P'l ed, for the special use of the house and name wherein he rejoiceth, a supplemental chapter to his celebrated work on “ The Miseries ofHuman Life.” The following are extracts, clerical errors excepted. They are replete with the life and ; “ true blond of a Deresford UNCLE GEORGE AND UNCLE JACK. Uncle Jack —George, my dear fellow, why i don’t you give another living to your son and Vicar-General 1 You must recollect enough of your Bible to know that “ if a man provide not for his own house, he is worse than a Radical.” Unde George —John, my dear fellow, 1 know all that: but what can a man do? In these villainous times, one good living, and a stall in the cathedral are as much as any prudent man can give to one son. The Protestant religion is lost, indeed, when all its ministers must be working men on a couple of thousands a year, and gentlemen are virtually excluded from the profession. Uncle Jack —You may say ...

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[From the Catholic Herald.] SISTERS OF CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] SISTERS OF CHARITY. A scene of the highest interest to the friends of religion and humanity was exhibited, last week, on our waters. Ten Sisters of Charity , sailed for New Orleans. It was known in j Philadelphia that they were to leave Baltimore on Monday to meet in the river off New'-Castle, | the vessel in which they were to sail, the John Sergeant, Packet. Two of them not long I since members of the Sisterhood, had been in- | habitants of Philadelphia, and another had been for some time at the head of one of their houses ij in this city, where her piety endeared her to many. On Tuesday morning, the 25th ult., five of the Sisters now residents of Philadelphia, together with several friends and acquaintances went to New-Castle. Another company came from \V ilmington for the same purpose. Besides | this, six ladies lately arrived from Ireland with the Right Rev. Dr. England, and destined for | the Order of Mercy, were on their way to Charleston in the sa...

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

We have seen not fewer than five different versions of the testimony given on the Trial of Buzzell for burning the late convent—and some of them shamefully incorrect. It is easy to perceive the design with which these have been got up and disseminated among the people of this Commonwealth, particularly at this time.—lt will not surprise our Catholic readers, accustomed as they have been to see the spirit of many of the religious journals, as they are still called in this city, and the total disregard which their Editors have, especially of late, paid to truth, to be informed that very little dependence is to be placed in any of the statements which they have presented in relation to the convent, or in fact in any matter connected with the Catholic religion in general.— One may almost as easily number the sands of the sea shore as the religious falsehoods which they have indited, and which they are constantly in the habit of sending forth in their columns. In our last we gave, in rel...

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JUDGE THACHER’S CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

JUDGE THACHER’S CHARGE. We have read with much satisfaction the able | Charge to the Grand Jury of the County of Suffolk, of [ this great and good man, who is at once an honour to '[ the Bench, and a credit to his country ; —and cannot forbear communicating to our readers that portion of it which bears immediately upon riots, and the destruction of the late Ursuline Convent. As long as there are such men as Judge Thacher and many [ others whom we could name in this community, we } shall not despair of the Commonwealth. “ I gave to the public, at the request of a former Grand Jury, my views of the law relating to the prevention and suppression of riots.* Those views still seem to me correct. The j protecting hand of government is in nothing so evident, as in its defence of the weak agamst the strong, and of one against the many.— While I congratulate you, that this city has, during the past year, been so eminently free from popular commotion, and that it enjoyed, under the wise and f...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] THE COURIER AND ENQUIRER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] THE COURIER AND ENQUIRER. “ Get thee glass eyes ; And, like a scurvy politician, seem To see the things thou dost not.’'— king leak. We have roused the dictator, —the liberal, the pure, the independent, the unpurchaseable, the unbribed champion of a free and national press, lie is chafed, sullen, imperative. Why ? He has been foiled. His accusations against our creed are false, — “ Mere fetches; The images of revolt and falling off.” A column and a half of the big sheet against our article in last Saturday’s Diary, and no proof to subvert our facts that the Catholic religion jlis not hostile to civil liberty ! This tells a tale. |{ —Acrimony, bitterness, insult, dogmatical assertion, intemperate abuse, threat, evasion of the matter in question, prejudiced interpretation of our sentiments ; —these the weapons selected from the armoury of the Courier and Enquirer ! But though the Editor of the Courier is not skilled in 11 the stratagems of invulnera...

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Page 408 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

—® ® — DEATHS. Ellen Haley, 48 years; Edward Laughlin, 12 weeks ; Honora Cedgan, 55 years ; Daniel Sullivan, 4 days ; John Coleman, 25 years ; Mary Shay, 52 years ; Michael Bowen, 34 years ; Edward Deydey, 68 years; Rose M’Laughlin, 2 months; Catherine M’Gunigall, 35 years; James Carney, 74 years; Daniel Ryan, 3 weeks; Patrick Doyle, 22 years; William Edward Cooke, 2 years. Liverpool and new vork PACKETS. The Subscribers have made arrangements for getting out Steerage Passengers from Groat Britain and Ireland, with promptness, economy and comfort. Persons wishing to send for their friends, can seciue 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 o...

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Page 408 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 20 December 1834

WILLIAM DAILY, No. 18 School Street. Boston, would respectlully inform his friends and the public, that he, in connexion with his former busi- , ness, of Fruit and Flowers, has, at the solicitation of I his friends, opened an Intelligence Office, for the accommodation of those who may be disposed to favour him with any thing in that line. The Irish people generally are requested to apply as above. Oct. 25. Anew assortment of broadcloths AND CASSIMERES, AT VERY REDUCED BRICES. ELIAB STONE BREWER, No. 414 Washington street, has received a large assortment of Superfine, Fine and Common Broadcloths purchased at the Auctions in New York and Boston, which he will sell by the piece or yard at prices as low as they can be purchased of the importer or manufacturer by the bale. Among them are the following desirable shades of colours, viz : Superfine, Fine and Common Black Broadcloths. Also —Ladies’ Cloths, for Habits, Cloaks, &c. Also—4o pieces Cassimeres, of colours and qualitie...

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

OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 9e6g inlo -fifiuty, ilg xuff vu&v ; —si dels pro nobis, quis contra nos?—if god be for us, who is against us?—rom. viii. xxxi VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1831. NO. 1.1 T. 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 J! Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, DECEMBER 27, 1834.

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

Ercland. THE ORANGE MOVEMENT & THE PARSONS Never did bare and rotten policy Colour her working with such deadly words.” W ere we disposed to mock the Conservative, we should tell them that they are now the true Destructives, and their title but a nick-name. In what have they preserved their most cherished abuses, or where is their resting place that is not doomed, by the fact that it is so, to attack 1 Wherever they move, the eageV step of Reform pursues them. Like the hovering and outcry of vultures over carrion, their presence denotes corruption. Their protection provokes assault; and their defence is fatal.— Thus, they have destroyed the rotten boroughs ; the House of Lords totters under their influence; the pension list is in near peril, in spile of the Whigs ; and they have levelled a most effective battery of gold against the national debt ; in disregard of apostolic principles ten bishops have been torn from the Irish Church establishment; and, having extinguished...

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[From the Limerick Star.] TITHES—DISTRESSING CASE IN LIMERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 December 1834

[From the Limerick Star.] TITHES—DISTRESSING CASE IN LIMERICK. The dreadful condition of the parish of St. Mary in this city is already known to the public. Of this parish the Very Rev. Dean Preston js the Protestant rector, and the Rev. Mr. H. Guhbins apts in the capacity of his curate. The collection of tithes is left in Mr. Guhbins' hands. A poor widow, named Eliza Mullins, now living- at the head of Newgate-lane, in the parish above named, was on Friday last lying on a sick bed in her room, to which she had been confined by ill health for the last three months. The woman, we understand, had once been in more comfortable circumstances, but subsequently became so much reduced in means, that on the death of her mother, which took place about two months since, she was unable to procure a coffin for her parent, until a subscription was raised for the purpose by the Catholic clergyman of the parish. On the morning before mentioned she was preparing to rise and sit a little while befor...

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O’CONNELL AT HOME [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 December 1834

O’CONNELL AT HOME By a Tory About two miles beyond Waterville commences a long and sleep ascent, which at length becomes so very precipitous and rough, that even the mountain ponies have some difficulty in surmounting it. Upon at length reaching the summit of this tedious ascent, a magnificent prospect opened before us. I bad been previously much pleased with the views I had enjoyed of the fine open bay of Ballinskellings, in which Waterville is placed ; but now in an infinitely more extensive and more varied panorama burst upon my sight. We had attained a very considerable elevation, from which we commanded a view of a long line of the rugged coast of Kerry, indented with numberless creeks, and guarded by a fearful array of rocks, against which the sea beat and foamed, even in this calm weather. Below me fay the narrow inlet, on whose sandy beach Darrynane is built; but the house itself was not visible. Beyond where the entrances to Renmare and Bantry Bays: behind which the rich bu...

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Scotland IRISH LABOURERS IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 December 1834

Scotland IRISH LABOURERS IN GLASGOW. To the Editor of the Freeman. The fallowing is an account of the praise* | worthy conduct of this patriotic and industrious | class, upon the occasion of the great political festival held in this city upon the 29th ult. in (honour of Lord Durham, to which I hope you I will give publicity through the medium of your I very patriotic paper, and permit me, without i flattery, to say, in point of talent, second unto ■ no paper that I know in the empire. Upon the morning of that day those excited sons of St. Patrick, though obliged to seek refuge and support in a strange land, determined io complete with their more fortunate brethren “ the trades,” and accordingly mustered to about the number of 800, nearly twice this number being prevented from joining, in consequence of the partial stop of the masons, by whom they were employed, and other causes. Each man wore upon his breast, a large bunch of green and white ribbons, and preceded by an excellent ban...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] THE COURIER AND ENQUIRER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 27 December 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] THE COURIER AND ENQUIRER. “ We cannot submit in silence to the misrepresentations of our language and meaning contained in the article signed Berkley Mac Alpin." “ For these heresies we have been taken to task by the writer to whom we allude, in a spirit which causes us to rejoice that we do not live in the days of Gardner and Bonner.” “ Men so thinking as this writer thinks, must, of necessity, be opposed to the freedom of mankind.” “ The open avowal of such sentiments as those we have quoted, will open their (the people of the United States) eyes to the imminent dangers of extending, or in any way countenancing a mode of faith thus proclaiming open war against a great majority of them, as heretics equally destitute of religion and morals !” “ Wherever the Protestant religion prevails, there has, within the last two or three centuries, been seen a gradual relaxation of the stern maxims of former despotisms.” “We hope and believe that opinions, be...

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