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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONNEXION BETWEEN THE CHURCH-AND-STATE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONNEXION BETWEEN THE CHURCH-AND-STATE. “ The Church of Christ has no right inherent in it, to interfere either directly or indirectly, in the government of the I State. Neither has the State in like manner, any inherent j claim, to interfere directly or indirectly, in the government of the Church of Christ.” —Dr. Fletcher. It is evident that the abuses of the English Established Church must, at no distant period, undergo j the ordeal of public investigation in order to a radi-; cal reform of the same. One great obstacle to a right . consideration of the subject, arises from the impression that the Church-and-State are so cntertwined j ahd enjibered, that the separation of either from the | other, uoould be productive of destruction to both. — Upon inquiry, this will appear a most arrant fallacy.! The cry of “ the Church-and-State in danger” has long been a barrier to the effecting of public measures of liberality and fairness...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

CONTRAST. The following facts serve to illustrate the tendency, and relative characters of the Protestant, and the Catholic, religions. They are obvious facts, which the inquirer, if he please, may ascertain, without difficulty. They are simply these, —that, whenever any Protestant becomes a proselyte to the Catholic religion, he is always one of the best instructed in the circle in which he moves ; and he becomes uniformly a more moral, and edifying person than he had been before his conversion. Thus, if he be a clergyman, it is some scholar, distinguished for his learning, and great abilities, —a Chamberlayne, a Best, a Tilt; if an individual from the higher classes ! of society, it is one who is possessed of splendid intellectual acquirements,—a Digby, a Phillips, a Vincent ; —if from the middle, but still affluent, ranks of the community, it is always a set of persons, who, remarkable for their good sense, have read, examined, and meditated, seriously; if even from the very lowe...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

IRELAND. The present time so pregnant with effects, makes every thing connected with the great O’Connell to assume a merited importance. ADDRESS OF THE TRADES TO MR. O'CONVEU. Between one and two o’clock, pursuant to previous arrangement, the members of the Trades’ Political Union assembled at Swan’s Room, on the Ba-chelor’s-walk, and having selected deputies, who balloted for precedence, they formed into a procession, which marched to Mr. O’Connell’s house, in Merri-on-square, for the purpose of presenting him with an address, and the honorary freedom of the Union.— Three deputies were appointed by each of the trades, which are seventy-nine in number, and each individual wore a blue scarf of Irish tabinet, with an O’Connell medal suspended round his neck—these were headed by M. Costello, Esq. President of the Union, Mr. E. Dwyer, Secretary, Messrs. John Ennis and Peter Martin, Vice-Presidents, Mr. James Power, Secretary, and the committee, consisting of twenty-j one members, who we...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. Riots and Reforms —Tranquillity has been restored to Bristol. The loss of lives has been much less than was at first reported, not more than thirty persons, in all, having been killed. At the latest accounts the city was quiet, and order appeared to be perfectly restored. Many of the rioters had been apprehended. The king’s proclamation was posted up throughout the city. Special constables were active, and the town was full of the military. Danger had disappeared, but the traces of devastation were dreadful. The following letter is said to be from a gentleman of observation and character, who has visited all the manufacturing districts. It speaks in a determined tone. Birmingham, Nm. 3, 1831. “Having, within these ten days, visited Manchester, Bolton, Halifax, Leeds, Sheffield, Derby, and Birmingham, I have had 1 opportunities of observing the all-absorbing feeling! on the subject of reform. It is really astonishing. — Among commercial men, of whom I have seen g...

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[From the Dublin Morning Post.] COST OF THE CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

[From the Dublin Morning Post.] COST OF THE CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT IN FRANCE. Mr. Editor. —Might I beg you to correct a statement relative to the annual stipend of the Archbishop of Paris, inserted in your highly respectable and independent Journal of last Tuesday, 20th Oct. In the article alluded to. you state that the Archbishop of Paris has an income of <£4,400 sterling per annum. Such, however, is not the fact; he has only 50,000 francs per annum at present, (being only half the sum granted him under the late Government) or £2.000 per annum. With respect to the sum of 60,000 francs per annum for the permission of private chapels in the Arch-diocess of Paris, not a single penny o! it goes to the Archbishop, who, with and 1 by .the advice of his Vicar-General and Canons, applies this, and all such perquisites to the support of a Diocesan School, or, as it is called, petit seminaire, I (one of which is attached to every Bishop’s See in iFrance,) devoted solely to the educa...

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THE PROTESTANT BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

THE PROTESTANT BISHOPS. All the world are talking about the Bishops, and one thousand and one questions are propounded as to the most adviseabie way of bestowing them. The Times would have them politely bowed out of the House of Lords. The ChroniJe says roundly that their doom is sealed. The Sun says that their timbers are rotten, and another English Gentleman fond of borrowing his metaphors from Astronomy, predicts in sesquipedalian diction, that the star of their ascendant is rapidly culminating to a decline. We will not aver tiiat what all the world says must be true —for the world is proverbially a great liar.— jit must be confessed, however, that the Bishops have | done an injudicious thing. To be sure they thought ] they were vastly clever in deceiving as they did even |at the eleventh hour, Earl Gray and his Ministry.— Until the Archbishop of Canterbury gave tongue, : the friends of Reform calculated on the sweet voices iof a great majority of the Right Rev. Bench. But their ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

The Irish Shield in our next. We find the following sensible remarks upon the salutary and divinely instituted practice of confession, in the Boston Morning Post, ef the 27th inst. The Editor of the Paper, with whom we are acquainted, and who is, we believe, warmly attached to whatever is calculated to sustain the dignity of his country, and to continue by all fair and honorable means, the “ venerable hero of the two wars,” in the Presidential chair, freely confesses that his sentiments, relative to “ that creed which requires confession and promises pardon,” have undergone a change in favor of that practice. “ The Confessional.— We confess We look upon that creed which requires confession and promises pardon, with feelings far different from those with which we once viewed it. The ways of the transgressor are not only hard, but the transgression itself grievous to be borne. Those who labor under a sense of guilt, concealed in their own bosoms, are less likely to reform than those w...

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[From the Kingston Patriot.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

[From the Kingston Patriot.] AVe are heartily sick of the wicked imposture of dogmatizj log blasphemers, whose atrocious conduct merits at least the same fate with the “Georgia missionaries.” AA'ho, after having read the following details, will not be horror struck at ; the villainous impiety to which Biblicism has given birth, and | the fanatical, the fatal proselytism it occasions ? Where will this pandemoniac evil end ? Revival Workings.—A young man by the name of Bates, of Ellisburgh, son of Liberty Bates, Esq. of that town, who had been for some time laboring under mental derangement, hung himself on Friday" evening last. His derangement is attributed to a religious excitement or revival, as it is called, growing out of a protracted meeting held some time last spring l in that town. He was an intelligent and highly proimising young man, and a student in the academy at I Belville at the time he became deranged.— Watertown Freeman. Humanity shudders, and religion weeps, to see th...

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SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

SWITZERLAND. Geneva, Oct. 9, 1831. My Dear Sir: —A fter passing two days here, I left for the valley of Chamouni in company with an English gentleman who was going on the same route as [myself on his way to Italy. We intended to have j [gone the whole distance, which is about fifty-four :miles, in one day, but as the roads had been lately much damaged by inundations and by mountain torrents, we were obliged to put up and pass the night in an inn thirty-six miles from here, in a small place called Saint Martin. The next morning we started off early, and at eleven in the forenoon reached the j village of Chamouni, called on the map ‘‘ Le Prieue.” Here we found a good hotel, and after choos;j ing our rooms we took a guide, and, with a long stick lironed at the end, in our hands, setoff for the top of I Montan vert, and Lamer de Glace, (seaol ice.) Af- || ter mounting a narrow and steep path for two hours, we arrived at the top of Montanvert, which is about ; six thousand feet above the...

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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] The following anecdote, relative to the celebrated author of the “ Analogy of Religion,” &c. Dr. Butler, Bishop of Durham, may not be uninteresting to some of your readers. Dr. Butler died at Bath, 16th June, 1752. At the time of his death it was rumored that he died in profession of the Catholic faith. Kippis in his Biographic/. JBritannica denies the fact; in the Biographic, Universdh of Michaud, it is stated that this assertion is devoid of foundation. 1 and Rees’s Cyclopaedia says “ the charge is absurd and groundless, and hardly deserves refutation.” — Notwithstanding what the above writers, and Drs. Porteus and Halifax, may have said on the subject, we are supplied by Dr. Trevern with an interesting' testimony on this point, which he received from Mr. 1 Will iam Sheldon, a man as distinguished by his personal character as by the nobility of his family. This testimony I will translate from a note in Dr. Tre-| vern’s late work “ ...

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POETRY. CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

POETRY. CHRISTMAS. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] Stars of glory ! shine more brightly, Purer be the moonlight's beam ! Glide ye hours and moments lightly. Swiftly down Time’s deepening stream. Bring the hour that banished sadness,' Brought redemption down to earth ; When the shepherds heard with gladness Tidings of a Saviour’s birth. See a beauteous angel, soaring In the bright celestial blaze, On the shepherds, low adoring, Rest his mild effulgent rays ; Fear not, cried the heavenly stranger, Him whom ancient seers foretold, Weeping in a lowly manger, Shepherds ! haste ye to behold. See the shepherds quickly rising. Hastening to the humble stall, And the new-born Infant prizing. As the mighty Lord of all ! Lowly now they bend before him, In his helpless infant state, Firmly faithful they adore him. And his greatness celebrate. Hark ! the swell of heavenly voices. Perils along the vaulted sky, Angels sing while earth rejoices, “ Glory to our God on high ! Glory in the h...

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MEDITATION [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

MEDITATION ON THE EAST DAY OF THE YEAR. Another year is flown—another stream Has poured its tribute to the insatiate sea Of deep Eternity ! —And we have made Some further progress to the awful term Where all at length arrive—the silent grave ! Thus then have vanished all the hopes and fears. The mirth and giddy joys—the sorrows too, Which marked the progress of the year expired. And did they leave no record as they passed ? Are we no wiser, better than we were ? Have we gained no experience ? Have the days All unimproved, unheeded slipped away ? Let us reflect; —and as the closing year Yields up its rule, let us alike prepare To answer for the past, if called by Him, To whom the account is due of all our years. Come then my thoughts, come ye to judgment now, i Answer to the scrutiny of months and days. How have we struggled with our restless foes ? What victory can we boast ? What triumphs gained O’er vice’s soft allurements, and the force Of lawless passions dragging ns to ill ? Wh...

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A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

A CARD. ICP The Member a of the Roman Catholic Poor Childrens' Clothing Society return their grateful thanks, to the Right Rev. Bishop Fenwick, for his eloquent discourse,! so feelingly delivered on Sunday last, in behalf of said Society ; also to the congregation and other friends for the generous [ contributions, which the Members are happy to say amounts to two hundred dollars, and which they hope will be the means of giving comfort to many Poor Children. MARIA McNAMARA, Directress.

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES INTERLLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES INTERLLIGENCER. I I 'John Tardi, Quebec. ; Maurice Moriarty, Montreal. Rev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. Rev. J. O’Callaghan, Burlington, Vt. I James M’Nally, Swanton, Vt. Patrick Mooney, Boston. Patrick Denvir. 5 Charlestown and I Lechmere Point. John Green, Milton. Rev. J. Mahony, C Lowell. Patrick Powers, “ ! Capt. Newport,- Salem. D. O’Callahan, Watertown, Mass. Rev. P. Connolly, Sandwich, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Whitefield, Maine. Rev. John Corry, Tannton and Prov. j Michael Kearney, Mew York. | Patrick John M’Namara, Rochester, JV. V. ! Rev. F. O’Donohue, Salina. JV. V. Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn , JV. V. John Manning, dlbany, JV. Y. Edward M‘Coughin, S Fssex I County, A". Y. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. John Spalding, C Pleasant Hill, Chat. ’ } Co. Md. John D. Murphy, Washington, D. C. Rev. Mr. Van Pommel, Georgetown, D. C. Robert Camm, JVorfolk, Vd. Joseph Haseltine, Bardstown, Ky. Wm. S. Blain, Charleston, S. C. M. O D...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. NEW STORE. WILLIAM DYER, Druggist, No. 1, Clinton, corner of Commercial Street, near the City Wharf- ! Las just opened and offers for sale at the lowest market I prices, a prime and fresh stock of Di ttos and Medicines. Likewise, Paints, Dye Stulls, Window Glass, Paint Brush- ! es, Glue, &c. &c. | Also, Swaim’s Panacea, with a great variety of patent | medicines —Trusses, Medicine Chests, &c. ' Particular attention and care will be paid in the compounding of medicines, and in the putting up of Physician's prescriptions. I Families are assured that only the purest and best of medicines will be delivered to their order, put up in a neat and convenient form, and at such low prices, as cannot fail to give satisfaction. \\. D. having had an experience of eighteen years in the Drug business, flatters himself that he shall be able to merit j the confidence and patronage of a discriminating public. Dec. 23. DANIE E HE Rl EY, _____ A a...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 December 1831

DR. S. H. SMITH, his services in the various branches of his pro- '*•> fession, to the inhabitants of Boston and vicinity. Dr. Smith may be consulted at his house, No. 11, Atkinson Street. Oct. 1. ORRIS T. CII A P IIV, TAILOR. yipNFORMS his friends and the public, that he makes aH 4-k kinds of Gentlemen's Apparel, in the first rate style, and which, he warrants, will afford satisfaction ; he will furnsh all garments as cheap as can be obtained elsewhere in the city. He receives regularly the London and New York fashions. His Store is on the Second Storv, No. 46 Washington Street. Oct. 1. TAILORIN’ G. YPNANIEL M’GOWAN respectfully informs his friends and ’lssd’ the public, that he has opened a Store at 59 Congress Street, where, by his unremitting attention to business in the TAILORING LINE, and the satisfactory references he can give, to gentlemen in this city, for punctuality and competency, he expects to receive a portion of that patronage which a discriminating public ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 6 January 1832

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. Ei o ©£oj iveig yjjjLOjv, -,’g xcitT Ijp-wv ; —si deus pro nobis, qiiis contra nos ?—if goo be for us, who is against us?—rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. III. BOSTON?. FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 1532. XO. XV. TJNITED STATES PUBLISHED BY HENRY L. DEVEREUX, FOB THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per annum in advance. All coinniuaieations mast be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Office 32 Congress Street. i——hb—jrez? r. 11 rr^-r-K: THE INTELLIGENCER. BOSTON, JANUARY 6, 1832.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 6 January 1832

We invite the particular attention of our readers to the following article, which is the Preface to a few Dialogues that will regularly appear in this Paper, upon the subject of the “ private judgment,” in the interpretation of the scripture. The work originally appeared in England shortly after the Protectorate, and was, as it now is, well calculated to shew the absurdity of such a principle. The reader will bear in mind the tone of irony which runs throughout the entire Treatise, and will see, if he carefully pursue the subject, to what unwarrantable, yet necessary lengths the mock-reformation principle will drive its wretched votary and victim. Be not concerned to know whose hand it is which holds the link, but follow the light it gives : reach your hand to receive this Treatise, which marks the shore where the Ark of our Reformation, shattered by a deluge of troubles, may rest; which is a holy liberty to all and each person to believe or not believe, act or not act, as he please...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 6 January 1832

IRELAND. TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION, DUBLIN. Mr. Walsh, a Member of the Association, prepared an Address to the King, on the all-absorbing question of Reform. Mr. O’CONNELL rose—He said, that whatever : difference might possibly exist as to the terms in which the address should be framed, they were unaui- | mous in addressing the King on the subject of reform, to give an assurance to his Majesty that the :i Trades’ Political Union would, in every possible way, 11 support that Monarch, who was the steady and patriotic supporter of popular rights-—(Cheers.) There ;! could be no doubt that the society would agree to Msuch an address. That was the first time he (Mr. O’Connell) attended a meeting of the society—that j | was the first occasion he had met the Trades’ Politij cal Union ; they had a good job in hand, and he was I sure they would work that job w'ell (loud cheers ;) I I and their object wmuld be to etnbodv all the people | with the government, and give preponderance to the j peop...

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