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An alarm to the Church, or an examination of the orthodox faith? and practice by the Bible.--By a dissenting Baptist. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

An alarm to the Church, or an examination of the orthodox faith? and practice by the Bible.--By a dissenting Baptist. Dear Brethren and Sisters : It is morti than five years since we were admitted to your*fellowship, as a Church in gospel faith and order; that you were Such, we had no doubt at the , time, nor have such doubts arisen til! within the past year—they originated from the following circumstance ; While attending several protracted meetings, j we heard many doctrines advanced, absolutely un- ; scriptural. Alarmed by the indifference our breth-1 ren and sisters manifested on hearing these departures from the faith, we were powerfully impressed with the importance of immediately laying aside all the “doctrines and commandments of men,” andj carefully examining our whole faith and practice, by the unerring standard of Divine Truth. Firmly re-| Dinar on the teachings of the Spirit of God, to lead us j into all truth, we did so examine, and beligve our! eyes were opened to unde...

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[From the Leeds Mercury.] IMPORTANT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

[From the Leeds Mercury.] IMPORTANT MEETING In Leeds, England, on Irish Tithes and Poor Laws. On the 21st January, a very numerous and highly respectable meeting, convened by the Mayor, on a requisition, wms held in the Court-houseof this town, “ to consider the propriety of again petitioning the two Houses of Parliament to make some legal provision for the stated and permanent relief of the poor of Ireland.” Wm. Hey, Esq. the Mayor in the Chair. The Mayor, in opening the business, read the requisition which had induced him to call the meeting. Mr. Wm. Wailes rose and said, he certainly did | not expect to be called upon to address a public meet- ! ing in the town of Leeds. He was secretary to the committee appointed in June last, to collect funds for the relief of the poor in different parts of Ireland, and at a meeting called by advertisement ten days J ago, for the purpose of receiving (he report of the! : committee, it was decided that, as no measure had been adopted by Parliame...

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TO THE MARQUIS OP DONEGALL. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

TO THE MARQUIS OP DONEGALL. I Popes, Prelates and Priests have ever been partial to the 'Laity's use, but not abuse of the Holy Bible. My Lord. —On my return to Belfast, last Friday, I read the speeches delivered by some gentlemen at [a meeting of the friends of the Kildare-street Society, on which occasion your Lordship presided as Chairman. Having considered the illiberal charges which were brought against the Catholic clergy, in general, and the Priests of this town in particular, I trust that I shall be pardoned the liberty 1 take in addressing [this letter to your Lordship, for the purpose of re--1 moving from your mind any unfavorable (repression j I which may have been made by such unfounded accusations. j As many arguments have been used to induce ' your Lordship to believe that Catholics are not permitted to read the Sacred Sciptures, your Lordship ! will allow me to give you official, and I hope satis- | factory, information on this subject, by quoting the | highest author...

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THE PRESS. Opinions of the London Press, on Irish Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

THE PRESS. Opinions of the London Press, on Irish Affairs. Causes op Irish Agitation.— lt is sometimes said that the age of miracles is past. But this, we suppose, is a mistake. There never was a period more prolific of what are called miracles than that in which we live. Is not Ireland a constant miracle ? Do we not every day hear the greatest surprise expressed at the disposition df the Irish to be agitated? Earl Grey was astonished that Emancipation, so far from quieting the Catholics, only made them more restless. At present, the Government is confessedly better than it has ever been, and yet, under this more mild and impartial Government, the prospects are more clouded than ever they were.* Is there nothing miraculous in this ? It appears to us that the very improvement of the Government is the cause of the pressure of the danger; and it is somewhat surprising to us that there should be a Statesman, at all experienced in the ways of mankind, to whom this View of the matter has ...

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PROTESTANT INCONSISTENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

PROTESTANT INCONSISTENCIES. “ Amid the degeneracies of this age, nothing is ! more common than people branding every pious custom of our illustrious ancestors, with the epithet, superstitious. The word superstition has been very ill defined ; and what superstition really is, (as I shall {presently shew,) few people know, because it isview- | ed in such different lights, by different individuals.— I Superstition, I conceive, means something uuneces- { sary, extravagant, and contrary to the dictates of religion. Now, it is impossible a Catholic can be superstitious, (if he abides by what the church directs; t and without obedence, no one can be a Catholic; — { and the reason is obvious,) because the church proj{ poses nothing to his belief but what God has taught, 11 consequently it would be sinfully charging the Alj mighty with superstition, to charge it to his church—--11 it is an anomaly, much on a par with the doctrine of {Calvin, “ that God is the author of sin.” Our brethren of ...

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A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

A DREAM. , As I sat the other night in the enjoyment of reflec- ; tion, among other objects of thought which presented themselves to my mind, was, the consideration of the greatness and diversity of the number of religious sects ir» the Christian world. On reviewing them, I : silently wished, as 1 had often done, that I could distinguish which was the true church of God. I could not let the thought pass without once more endeavijoring to discover it; but I dwelt upon the subject as 11 fruitlessly as ever. I searched in vain among the : different sects ; I found some principles and opinions • which I admired; anil had they been collected in I any one church, to that church 1 could willingly have 'attached myself; but such a faith I could not find. In this reverie of thought, unable to attain my wish, 1 continued musing, till growing somewhat ; weary, I reclined myself to rest, and soon I was overpowered with sleep.—The subject of my waking ' thoughts still continued present to my min...

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ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN BOSTON [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN BOSTON A solemn High Mass was sung in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross by the Very Rev. Dr. O’Flaherty, | and a very appropriate discourse delivered by the Rev. Mr. Healy. The amountMf the collection taken up on the occasion (808) was generously handed over by the Right Rev. Bishop Fenwick, in aid of the funds of the Irish Charitable Society, who i assembled at the Exchange Coffee House to transact i their annual business, when the .following gentlemen were appointed to fill the different offices of the Society for the ensuing year : President —Andrew Dunlap, Esq., U. S. Attorney, j Vice-President —Mr. John M’Namara, Treasurer —Mr. Wm. Gleeson, Keeper of the Silver Keif —Dr. S. H. Smith, Secretary —Mr. J/mes Reily. At 5 o’clock the Members and Guests sat down to dinner prepared in Mr. Davenport’s best style—the Hall.was elegantly decorated. Behind and above! the head of the Table was a Transparency of the! glorious Apostle of Ireland, surmounted by the inscriptio...

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[From the Vindicator.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

[From the Vindicator.] Mr. Editor : My attention was attracted to a communication in your last paper, headed by the ominous word, “ Monopoly:” what, said I, have we gone back again to old times, notwithstanding so many false promises and generous concessions ? A plague upon such a world ! Ail humbug and ruse de guerre —no honesty or sincerity about it all. We are, indeed, lam now thoroughly convinced, just as we were, at least so far as principle is concerned ; and this apparent disposition to do justice to the country is mere mockery —there is no truth in it But because I detest insincerity, 1 will be myself sincere, and candidly acknowledge, I am well pleased that the worthy Curate has been foiled, and the more so, as the prayer of his application, was not only reasonable, but proper, and one that should at once have met with entire success. I say lam glad he has met with a refusal, — though I truly regret the inconvenience, not to say, the indecency that must result in having all...

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[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] THE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] THE VALLEY. New Orleans, Jan. 30, 1832. GentleMen * —l regret that ray indistinct writing led you into a difficulty. I wished to inform you that the full course of the sisters of the sacred heart would occupy six years. 1 did not go too far in my j former communication, when I expressed the opinion that in the course of this year, the number of pupils at the institution would exceed one hundred.—. : I had occasion last week to pay a visit to the establishment and found the number was already one hundred and twenty. On my return hither in the steam boat I was requested to procure, if possible, two places for young ladies of the Western part of Louisiana, other applications have been made from this city ; but I fear unavailingly at present, from want of room ; this, however, will not long be the case. I have already seen the plan of a new building of three stories high, and ninety feet long, which will be commenced as soon as th.e weather becomes ...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

POETRY. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] THE POWER OF RUSSIA. BY T. CAMPBELL. So all this gallant blood hath gush’d in vain, And Poland, by the Northern Condor’s beak, And talons torn, lies prostrated again ! O, British patriots, that were wont to speak Once loudly on this theme, now hush’d or meek ! O, heartless men of Europe—Goth and Gaul ! Cold, adder-deaf to Poland’s dying shriek; That saw the world’s last land of heroes fall ! The brand of burning shame is on you all—all—all ! But this is not the drama’s closing act: Its tragic curtain must upraise anew Nations, mute accessories to the fact. That Upas-tree of power, whose fostering dew Was Polish blood—has yet to cast o’er you The lengthening shadow of its head elate— A deadly shadow, darkening nature’s hue. To all that’s hallow’d, righteous, pure and great, t Wo ! wo ! when they are reach’d by Russia’s withering hate. Russia, that on his throne of adamant, Consults what nation’s breast shall next be gored : He on Pol...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES INTERLLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES INTERLLIGENCER. John Tardi, Quebec. i Maurice Mori arty,—— Montreal. Rev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. 'Rev. J. O’Callaghan, Burlington, Vt. James M’Nally, Swanton, Vt. Patrick Mooney, Boston. Patrick Denvir, S Charlestown and I Lechmere Point. John Green, Milton. Rev. J. Mahony, C Laic ell. [Patrick Powers, ( “ Capt. Newport, Salem. D. O’Callahan', Watertown,' Mass. Rev. P. Connolly, Sandwich, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Whitefield, Maine. Rev. John Corry, Taunton, and Prov . [Michael Kearney, ./Veto York. Patrick John M’Namara, Rc Hester, JV. Y. Rev, F. O’Donohue, Salina, JV. V. Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn, JV. Y. John Manning, Albany, JV. Y. Edward M‘Coughin, 5 Tieondaroga, Essex I County, A .1. Rev. P. Rafferty, < Pittsburgh , Pa. John Spalding, 5 Pleasant Hill, Chas. ( Co. Aid. John D. Murphy, Washington, I). C. Rev. Mr. Van Lommel, Georgetoivn, B. C. Robert Camm, —Norfolk, Va. Joseph Haseltine, —Bardstowni Ky. Wm. S. Bla...

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Page 208 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. BY Bishop Poynter, of London. The Editors of the United States Catholic Intelligencer have put the above valuable work to press, and will shortly republish it, on good paper, in a large 18mo. form ; at the very low price of fifty cents per copy. Our Agents and the Clergy of the South and West will please to transmit their orders, post paid, for this work, to the Editors of the Catholic Intelligencer. Feb. 10. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. -NEW STORE.ILLIAM DYER, Druggist, No. 1, Clinton, corAer of Commercial Street, near the City Wharf—. Has just opened and offers for sale at the lowest market prices, a prime and fresh stock of Drugs and Medicines. Likewise, Paints, Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, Paint Brushes, 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 pres...

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Page 208 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 23 March 1832

CABINET WAREHOUSE. *Tj» OHN NUGENT respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has taken the Store, No. 25, Cornhill, (late Market Street) where he keeps on hand, a first rate assortment of Cabinet Furniture ; together with a variety of Live Geese Feathers and Bedding, which he intends to sell at fair prices. *** He makes and repairs All kinds or Cabinet work, and will feel grateful for any patronage bestowed on him. Jan. 6. TAILORING. ANIEL M’GOWAN respectfully informs his friends and 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 are ever known to bestow. Oct. 1. CATHOLIC BOOKS, &c. OR Sale by P. Mooney, corner of Franklin and Federal 4IC I Streets. Quarto and Octavo Douay Bibles. Douay Test...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 March 1832

UNITED STATE CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCEN TOL. 111. BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1832, Ei 6 osog irti? Sjfjttjv, rig xad’ ; —si deus pro nobis, ams contra nos?—ip god be for us, who is against us ?— uom. viii. xxxi. NO. XXYII. UNITED STATES as PUBLISHED BY lIEXRY L. 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, MARCH 30, 1832.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 March 1832

From what we have already said of the origin and character of the Baptist religion, it may not be uninteresting to our readers to know that a Lady, who, in this section of the Union, had been for some time a professor of that sect, renounced its errors and comes boldly forth in justification of her conduct. She had been excommunicated by the elders and the other saints for having presumed to differ from them. In the course of her observations she alludes to our friend Malcolm, whom we cannot prevail upon to favor us with a single line in justication of his late attack upon Catholicity, or in proof that he is nothing more than a layman ! [Continued from our last—and Concluded.] Another doctrine by which this system is supported is, that it is necessary to solicit the aid of the world, or the unregenerate. Our first object is to show that every unregenerate man is an infidel. 1. Cor. 12, 3 ; No man can say that Jesus is Christ, but by the Holy Ghost. John, 4, 15—Whosoever shall confes...

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QUARTERLY ASSEMBLY--CORPORATIOY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 March 1832

QUARTERLY ASSEMBLY--CORPORATIOY. Dublin, January 28. Yesterday an adjourned meeting of the Corporation was held at the City Assembly House. REPEAL OF THE UNION. Mr. Long gave notice of a motion to the following effect:— “ That inasmuch as the Protestants had cheerfully ;and quietly submitted to the act of legislative Union |! between this country and Great Britain, and as an || attempt was making to deprive them of their rights, privileges and religion, by Mr. Stanley’s reform bill, and if such passes into a law, that they, forthwith, call upon their Protestant brethren to exert themselves by all possible means to obtain a Repeal of the Union ! !!” After abusing the Government at | some length, he said by the Union they had lost their nobility, the resident.gentry fled in consequence—- | j trade was ruined, and the people were left to starve, j They should, therefore, consider the question of Re- | peal. Lord Anglesey wag called “high minded.”— He supposed it must be in derision, to...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 March 1832

A friend has kindly furnished us with a perusal of a little paper called the “ Banner of the Church ,” and published weekly in this city at $1 per year. It seems that the thing has reached its thirtieth week. The modesty of the Editors : who have unfurled this “Banner” of Episcopalian ism, is: quite amusing. Their regard for veracity is melancholy: it is an article, which, among sectaries at this side of the water, seems to be as scarce as it is in the Protestant part of Eng- | land, or in the works of the notorious Faber, Blanco White, et id genus omne. The Editors of the “ Banner” should remember that America is no longer a knot of colonies ; that he Church-and-State system of Protestant Episcopalian tyranny' has been long blown to atoms by the cannons of republican freedom ; that there is no law-established power here to force the people to swallow the doctrines of Henry Bth, queen Bess, Edward and Co., that even the good people of England have long since become disgusted with th...

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CELEBRATION OF ST. PATRICK’S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 March 1832

CELEBRATION OF ST. PATRICK’S DAY. We are requested to insert the following sketch of the Celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, by the warm-hearted Irish Catholics at Lowell. Want of space obliges to exclude several of the sentiments that were given on that occasion. The Anniversary of Saint Patrick, the patron Saint of Ireland, was celebrated in Lowell, on Saturday, March 17, at Mr. Mixer’s Hotel. The comipany, consisting of upwards of fifty gentlemen, pari took of an elegant Fish Supper, prepared in his best ‘style, which gave general satisfaction. The following regular toasts were given : 1 . The day we celebrate—May the Sons of Erin, in all countries, duly appreciate a just honour of his (indefatigable labor in eradicating from her soil the seeds of Paganism and irreligion, and may the Holy Faith planted by him never be obliterated from the minds of her children. 2. St. Patrick’s Church of Lowell, the standard of his cross, appears conspicuous for every true Christian to admire and r...

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The Typhon at Manilla. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 30 March 1832

The Typhon at Manilla. The Salem Mercury publishes a letter from Captain Putnam of the ship Crusoe to the owners of that vessel, dated Nov. 13, 1831, from which we make the following extract. The hurricane happened on the 23d October and not on the 23d September as stated on authority of the New York papers. “ The sun never rose over a more destructive scene than Manilla and Bay presented on the morning of the 24th. Eight out of eleven ships lying at Manilla and Cavita, were ashore, the others nearly on shore, their bare hulls only appearing above the horizon. On shore, in the vicinity of Manilla it is computed that 10,000 houses blew down, and that 70,000 men, women and children were-houseless. The Convents have given 25,000 dollars for the relief of the sufferers.”— Maine Democrat. Should such a calamity befall the city of Boston, would the Bible, Tract, Education and Missionary Societies (specious names and pretences to wheedle people out of their money) give a single cent for th...

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