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SISTERS OF CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

SISTERS OF CHARITY. True charity is an unquestionable character of the Roman Catholic religion. The intelligent Protestant, who closely observes and honestly reports what he sees in Catholic nations, must confess that the institutions and usages of that religion are the effect of consummate wisdom, and most providentially adapted to the various wants of a guilty and suffering race.— Protestantism may imitate such institutions, but the perfection, the vital comforts so characteristic of the grand original cannot be seen or felt in the radically defective copy. Whatever amount of good is claimed by Protestantism has been purloined from the inexhaustible store-house of Catholic excellence, and the dishonesty, the unblushing robberies of an impious Reformation, prevent its ministerial abettors from restoring the illegal property, with its honor and glory to good old mother church. Had itinerant Gospellers who visit Catholic countries to make money, by gleaning in the field of anti-catho...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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MONSTROUS! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

MONSTROUS! The Pyramid of Bayonets. —One dayanofficer! of the lancer guard was going through his exercise j before the Grand- Duke. He had performed ail the usual evolutions m the most satisfactory way, until, when at full gallop, he was suddenly ordered toTurn, his horse proved restive, and refused to obey either bridle or spur. * * * * * * The rage of the Grand \ Duke had vented itself in furious imprecations, and ail present trembled for the consequences. “Halt!” he exclaimed, and ordered a pyramid of twelve muskets with fixed bayonets to be erected. The order was instantly obeyed. The officer who had by this; time subdued the restiveness of his horse, was order-; ed to lean the pyramid — and the spirited horse bore j his rider safely over it. Without an interval of de- ' lay, the officer was commanded to repeat the fearful leap, and to the amazement of all present the noble horse and his brave rider stood in safely on the other side of the pyramid. The Grand Duke, exasperated at...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
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FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

FLOWERS. “ Flowers are for the young and for the old ; for the grave and for the gay ; for the living and for the dead ; for all but the guilt!y, and for them when they are penitent. Flowers are, in the volume of nature, what the expression “God is love,” is in the volume of revelation. They tell man of the paternal character of the Deity. Servants are fed, clothed, and commanded; but children are instructed by sweet gentleness; and to them is given by the good parent, I that which delights as well as that which supports. For the servant, there is the gravity of approbation, nr the silence of satisfaction ; but for the children, there is the sweet smile of complacency, and the joyful look of love. So, by the beauty which the Creator has dispersed and spread abroad through creation, and by the capacity which he has given to man to enjoy and comprehend that beauty, he has displayed, not merely the compassionateness of his rner-| cy, but the generosity and gracefulness of his goodness....

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Ministerial Trickery in a Meeting House. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

Ministerial Trickery in a Meeting House. We received a verbal account a lew weeks since,!; of a four days’ meeting , held at Ilindge, N. H., by what denomination we did not learn, but if the transaction took place as reported, it must have been all of the most outright blasphemy ever witnessed | in New England* We have since seen the same ac- | count going the rounds of the papers, the subject of which is, that different subjects were allotted to each preacher, the last of which was, the general judg- ! ment. A fellow had previously been concealed in [ the roof of the House, with a trumpet, who, at aeon- I certed signal, (and at the moment the preacher al- | luded to the sound of the trumpet) gave a most tre- I mendous blast, which produced the utmost conster- ' nation among a large part of the congregation, the women and children being nearly frightened into fits. | Vermont Enquirer. t

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[From the Kingston Patriot.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

[From the Kingston Patriot.] The writer of the following article, speaking of Stephen ' Girard's liberality, observes— j; Contrast this with the absolutely nothing done for h the public benefit with all their millions of dollars, j i filched from their ignorant and credulous dupes by |i our Bible and Tract periling, and Camp Meeting '< Evangelicals. .Allow me, to add, to the pleasure of It the philanthropist, but to the utter confusion of these t ravenous wolves in sheep's clothing , a short descrip- < tion of some charitable establishments not only equal- J i ling, but even far surpassing the princely one of the t benevolent Girard ; and these too in countries represented by these hypocritical marauders, as buried in the dark and dismal night of Popery : in France, Spain, Portugal and Italy ! But to shorten the tale we shall confine ourselves to Italy, the centre of Catholicity. “ Whoever has visited and examined the hospitals of Rome, Naples, Genoa, Venice, M...

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[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] Important to Labouring Classes. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] Important to Labouring Classes. Mr. Editor: —As your paper is ever open to en-! lighten the ignorant—to bring them into the win/, the truth , and the life, may 1 draw your attention towards a class of sufferers, that have, I think, a peculiar claim on your philanthropy. They are the Irish emigrants, landing daily in great numbers on our shores. As soon as they find themselves in a foreign land, three thousand miles from home, having little or nothing in their purse, without a friend in whom to confide, they are really frightened. They naturally look about to see if there be any public work in which to gain immediate relief. Behold, their eye is, at once, caught by the advertisement in the papers, offering “sixteen dollars a month to the 1 b >urers during the season on the western canal.” Thousands begin to move, without delay, from Quebec or New York, for that happy spot. Poor souls ! they hasten on to their grave. Thus are myriads employ...

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[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] THE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] THE VALLEY. We have frequently observed that the object of the collections and exertions for the Valley was to make a powerful effort to root out the Catholic religion. The following extract from a letter signed “Henry,” published in the Southern Religions Telegraph, a Presbyterian paper, published at Richmond, Va. on the "27th ult. is sufficiently explicit upon the subject. The writer is complaining of the divisions between the missionary societies, and recommending harmony and co-operation. Amongst other arguments he uses the following ; Presbyterians have been making very laudable efforts to meet the increasing wants of the Great Valley of the Mississippi; the spiritual wants, I mean, of that Great Valley. In doing this they have had a i special reference to the increasing influence of Popery in that Valley. But will not the Rope, wdten he hears of the great Cincinnati Convention, and the object of it, and the subject of it, rejoice ? Ah ! tr...

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[From the Baltimore American.] THE SLAVE INSURRECTION IN JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

[From the Baltimore American.] THE SLAVE INSURRECTION IN JAMAICA. The schooner Harvey, Snow, came up yesterday evening from Montego Bay, Jamacia, whence she sailed on the oth January. Captain Snow reports* that the whole Island was in a state of confusion and alarm, in consequence of the insurrectionary movements of the Slaves. The troops had been called ! out, and had attacked them, and all who did not surrender at discretion were shot. Many Slaves, it is: added, had met that fate. Martial law had been de-| dared, and the vessels in port were not permitted to sail. The Harvey, however, being full, and having applied for a clearance several days before the de-' claration of the martial law, was allowed to depart. Three British frigate/had arrived there from Kingston, with 501) marines on board. The insurrection! was not quelled when the H. sailed, and Captain S. saw several large fires burning at a distance. A negro hut had been examined, and 30 stand of arms found therein. The insu...

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THE CATHOLIC SENATORS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

THE CATHOLIC SENATORS. The Courier contains the following very honourable testimony to the independent and patriotic Parliamentary conduct of the Catholics, who sit in both houses of Legisl iture—amounting in all to about 2(i; “ It is gratifying to observe, that the Roman Catholics have shewn a grateful return for the liberality of the Protestants of all denominations in supporting the bill for their emancipation. In the House of Lords all the Catholic Peers, (except one, Ixird Arundel) voted for the Reform Bill, and in the House of Commons, all the Catholic members (except one. Sir T. Constable) voted in the same way. If selfinterest had swayed the Catholics, they would have opposed the bill ; but they could feel the claims of honor and patriotism, and the importance of cultivating Christian love with their Protestant brethren, whilst the latter were opposed by the heads of their own church.” It is doubly gratifying to us that of the Irish Catholic senators—fourteen in number—not o...

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A new, valuable and interesting Work. PROPOSALS FOR PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIPTION THE UNITED STATES CATHOLIC REPOSITORY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

A new, valuable and interesting Work. PROPOSALS FOR PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIPTION THE UNITED STATES CATHOLIC REPOSITORY. Containing an historical accouht of the first introduction of the Catholic Religion into the United States of America—its progress, and present state; with a particular description of all the Diocesses froA their first creat; o ,n down to the present time ; including a detailed account of the various Catholic establishments connected with them, as Missions, Colleges, Ecclesiastical- Seminaries, Convents, Public or Charity Schools, Principal Churches, &c.—in which will also be exhibited the true faith of Catholics in contrast with the belief and principles falsely imputed to them by sectarians generally; with a complete answer to all their aspersions and calumnies, presented in so clear and easy a manner, that the most illiterate Catholic will be able to repel his opponents, and justify his attachment to his faith. Particular notice wiy also be taken of th...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. | John Taadi,- Quebec. Maurice Mori arty , Montreal Rev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. I Rev. J. O’Callaghan, Burlington, Vi. James M’Nally, Swanton, Vt. ■ Patrick Mooney, Boston. ~ r, ( Charlestown and Patrick Denvir, < , , r, ■ . \ Lechmere Paint. John Green, Milton. I Rev. J. Mahony, C Lowell. | Patrick Powers, \ “ !Capt. Newport,— —— Salem. D. O’Callahan, Watertown, Mats. i Rev. P. Connolly, Sandwich, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Whitef eld, Maine. (Rev. John Corry, Taunton and Prov. Michael Kearney, Mew York. Patrick John M’Namara, Rochester, A'. Y. Rev. F. O’Donohue, Salina, A'. Y. Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn, A'. Y. John Manning, Albany, JV. Y. Edward M‘Coughin, \ Ticondaroga, Esse* I County, A. Y. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. r t i Pleasant Hill, Chat. John Spalding, < ’ £ Co. Aid. John D. Murphy, Washington, D. C. Rev. Mr. Van Lommel, Georgetoion, J). C. Robert Camm, ; A r orfolk,...

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Page 168 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

XSI?. S. 32. STvIITH, No 11. Atkinson Street. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. NEW STORE. —• WILLIAM DYER, Druggist, No. 1, Clinton, corner 1 of Commercial Street, near the City Wharf—lias just opened and offers for sale at the lowest market prices, a prime and fresh stock of Drugs and Medicines. Likewise, Paints, Dye Staffs, Window Glass, Paint Brushes, Glue, &c. &c. Also, Swaim’s Panacea, with a grpat variety of patent medicines —Trasses, Medicine Chests, &c. Particular attention and care will be paid in the compounding of medicines, and in the putting up of Physician’s pre- \ scriptions. Families are assured that only the purest and best of medi--1 cines 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. W. D. having had an experience of eighteen years in the i Drug business, flatters himself that he shall be able to merit the confidence and patronage of a discriminating p...

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Page 168 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 17 February 1832

DANIEL II E R S E Y, AUCTIONEER, SWSAS taken a Counting Room, No. 10, Exchange Street, iBA, and will in future devote his wliole attention to eut door sales, such as Real Estate —Vessels—Household Furniture—Grocery Stocks and Merchandize of every description in any part of the city. Grateful lor the past, he hopes by his a.- luity and attention to the interest of his employers, to recei’ e a share of the public pasronage. Orders left at his Counting Room will meet with prompt attention. N. B. The Weekly Sale of.Horses, Carriages, Harnesses, &c. at the Horse Market, V. .mnack Street, lakes place every Saturday at 12 o’clock, A. M. Oct. 1. NOTlCE.— Thomas McLaughlin, son of Terrence McLaughlin and Susan O’Brien, a native of the Parish ol Dromore, Tyrone, Ireland, arrived about 14 years ago, at St. John’s, New Brunswick, lie visited Pennsylvania and Maryland. He has not been heard of, for the last eight years.— Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by h...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 24 February 1832

uNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. Ei o ©soj vtfsg fiwv, rig xad’ {jfiuv ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos?—if god be for us, who is against us?—rom. viii. xxxf. VOL. 111. ROSTOV, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1832. • NO. XXII. HI'IITED STATES ©aish o Lin 2^a3ia.ai3(a2^ii39 PUBLISHED BY HENRY E. DEVEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per annum in advance. All communications must be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Office..... 32 Congress Street. THE INTELLIGENCER. BOSTON, FEBRUARY 24, 1832.

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SEVENTH AND EAST DIALOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 24 February 1832

SEVENTH AND EAST DIALOGUE. In the following Dialogue the folly and impiety of the Reformation are pointed out. The reader will bear in mind the «hrewd and ironical observations of the cunning “ Isaac.”— Ishmael is like many a virtuous Protestant, to whom the Reformation principle has been and still is a puzzle. Isaac’s train of reasoning is what logicians would term argurnentum ad abs'irdum, and Christians may call argurnentum ad impietatem. Isaac. from church, as I guess by the Common-Prayer-Book I see in your hand; I pray you let me see thd Calendar of it, if it be d la Mode nonttelle, which was made by the church of England since his Majesty’s restoration. Ishmael. Why, have you met any thing in it which shocks you ? Isaac. Shock me ? No doctrine or practice of, any congregation, or man of sound judgment, of our Reformation, can shock me; you know I plead for liberty to believe and practice as each one judges by scripture to be true and good. But I observe in your Calendar, you h...

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[From the N. Y. Mercantile Advertiser.] FROM JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 24 February 1832

[From the N. Y. Mercantile Advertiser.] FROM JAMAICA. By the Brig Enterprize, arrived last night, we, says the Savannah Georgian, have received a file of the Montego Bay, Jam. Chronicle to the 14th Jan. inclusive. The disturbances have been very extensive and general, and at the above date had not ceased. A large number of the infatuated wretches had been executed. The military were on constant duty, and arrests and convictions were still taking place. The destruction of property on plantations is immense, and in consequence produce had risen. Coffee was 15 cents, rum 75, and sugar 7. The works being destroyed, the cane would be mostly lost. An embargo took place which lasted 14 days. Capt. S. says his vessel for several days was crowded with females seeking refuge. The paper says—“ From the evidence adduced on the trials of the rebels, it appears that the plan of rebellion thoughout the Island has been concerted-by the emissaries sent out from time to time by the anti-Colonial part...

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MISSIONARY TALE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 24 February 1832

MISSIONARY TALE. The gulled people of America must get something, however absurd and deceptive, for the sums they thoughtlessly squander upon a knot of itinerant incendiaries. Sandwich Island Missions. —Accounts from the Missionaries at this station, to the 14th September, have been received. The Missionaries were in comfortable health, and the mission continued prosperous in all its departments. The churches have 420 native members, and the number of pupils in the schools is stated to be 50,000. A national temperance society has been formed by the chiefs—local associations with numerous members having existed previously. John Adams, a member of the church and energetic reformer has succeeded Boki, as Governor of Oahu. A class of persons, denominated Jesuits,' have been ordered to leave the island within three months.* * False. There is not a Jesuit in the Island.— Eds. Intel.

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[From the United Service Journal.] TAHITI, AND THE PITCAIRN ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 24 February 1832

[From the United Service Journal.] TAHITI, AND THE PITCAIRN ISLANDERS. More movements of the Missionaries. Add that and this together. The following account, at once the most recent and circumstancial, of the state of Tahiti, and the deplorable condition of the primitive islanders of Pitcairn, who have been transported to the licentious Island, has been addrassed from the spot to a scientific gentleman, who has kindly placed it at our disposal.— Tahiti, May 15, 1831. You remember, without doubt, the new Cithera and its inhabitants ; who, notwithstanding what the I Missionaries say of them, are the oddest Christians in the world, uniting the most immoral and vicious life to the strictest observance of the ceremonies of religion ; and who, as you know, after having prostituted their wives, their sisters, and their daughters, and j these latter, after having passed the night on board j the vessels) never fail, at least on Sundays, to go to j church, hear sermons, say prayers, and sing ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 24 February 1832

Letters received from Messrs. M. Day, Newark, N. J.— R. H. Foster, Lyons, ayne Co. N. Y.—.Michael Kearney, N. Y.—Wm. M’Davitt, Dover, N. H.—Col. Joseph Thomas, N. Orleans.— We return thanks to Mr. J. Bergen, N. Y. Labourers for the vineyard of the “ Valley." The U. S. C. Miscellany gives us the pleasing intelligence, that on the Ist. Jan. last, the Right Rev. Dr. Fortier, administered j Holy Orders, in Mobile, to the following gentlemen—Subdeaconship to Air. AI. Priuur, and Priesthood to the Rev. Messrs. Al. Rampou, S. Guindrd. and P. Fallu, and that the College is in a very blooming condition. May it shortly produce jthe rich fruit of national utility, and religious glory. May it I long serve as a pillar of fire to direct the moral march of all those who have been hitherto groping their way in that region, through the puzzling mazes of sectarian error. ICjp Subscribers who are indebted to us for Books, or for “ the Jesuit,” or Catholic Intelligencer, are hereby requested to pay up ...

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