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The Founder of the Church: its first Saints: and the Churches of the Apostolic Age. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

The Founder of the Church: its first Saints: and the Churches of the Apostolic Age. Jesus Christ, the saint of saints, our high priest and king for ever. His blessed Virgin Mother, full of grace, and blessed among all women, St. Luke i, and her chaste spouse St. Joseph, the just.—St. Matthew i. Zacharj and Elizabeth, both just before God, walkinT in all the Commandments and justifications of the Lord without blame. Luke i. 6. Simeon, a just an'd devout man, who bad the Holy>Ghost in him, Sec. Luke ii. 25. Anna, a Prophetess, who departed not from the Temple, by Fastings aud Prayers serving night and day, till the age of fourscore and four years. Luke ii 26, 2i. John the Baptist, the forerunner of our Lord, as an angel sent before his face, that is, in spirit; a prophet, and more than a prophet; the greatest amongst,the born of women : a hermit from his childhood, a missionary sent by God himself to prepare his people for their Messias, by preaching Penance ; a burning and...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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SECTARIAN PUBLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

SECTARIAN PUBLICATIONS. The following sensible remarks were lately made by Judge Thatcher before the Municipal Court of this citv. We hope] they will be of some use tb GospeUing hawkers of Bibles, : amphlets, Tracts and such spurious ware. Gentlemen : To one other subject, of general ! character, connected with our domestic peace, and ij bearing upon our political relations. I will ask a moll ment’s attention. Composed as that society is, to which we owe allegiance, of numerous classes, each engaged in its own proper pursuit, experience shows that we depend for happiness in a great measure, on every one keeping in his own place, and minding his own business. To attempt to confound the elements of society, is the work of an incendiary. The errors and imperfections of the political system, defects in the law’s, and efforts for its improvement, are proper subjects for grave and decent discussion.— But society must not suffer the passions of men to be its legislators. defects exist in t...

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Source: Boston College
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BRITISH POWER OR PLACE CANNOT SEDUCE THE GREAT O’CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

BRITISH POWER OR PLACE CANNOT SEDUCE THE GREAT O’CONNELL. The following remarks were made by Lord Grey in a discussion which had taken place in Parliament between liim i and Wellington. “ His Majesty’s Government were in hopes, and in those hopes they had been supported by the Government of Ireland, that other and effective means might be devised for suppressing the existing agitation.— In answer to the accusation that the common law' had not been allowed to operate in any part of Ireland, he would refer to the county of Clare, to which a Special Commission had been sent, and where persecutions had been instituted, and many persons convicted, some of whom had paid the forfeit of their lives, and others had been transported. The conse-1 quence of this had been, that in that part of Ireland tranquillity had been restored. But then, it seemed, , a strong proof was afforded of the disposition entertained by his Majesty’s Government to encourage agitation in Ireland, by the silk gown whi...

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[From the Catholic Telegraph.] INTERESTING ITEMS FROM THE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

[From the Catholic Telegraph.] INTERESTING ITEMS FROM THE VALLEY. Gentlemen:— Having become, by the honorable ! position you have taken, the organ of the Catholic i I population of the Mississippi Valley, I have thought 11 that a short account of the manner in which the centennial anniversary of the birth clay of the immortal Washington, was celebrated at New Orleans, would 1 j be pleasihg to you and interesting to your readers. The preparations made for this truly national fesjjtival by the two houses of the Legislature and by the i City Council, displayed equal taste and magnificence.These two honorable bodies, alike convinced that the i. Father of his country had been the instrument in the j hands of Providence, to secure the happiness of our j beloved country, thought it their duty to commence ;the celebration of this memorable day, by an act of religion, which, while it did honor to their piety, proclaimed , aloud the gratitude of Louisianians to the I founder of our republic, ...

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MORE PROTESTANT MISSIONARY FRAUD! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

MORE PROTESTANT MISSIONARY FRAUD! The following lie is going the rounds, viz : M. Giustiniani, a Roman (Catholic) ecclesiastic, and belonging to a family which had the distinction of furnishing a Pope, has become a Protestant. With a view to the ministry, he has made application to the company of pastors at Geneva, to be permitted to undergo the necessary examination, and has been accepted. Now fur the true version. [From the Catholic Telegraph.] M essrs. Editors :—Many of the sectarian Journals have recently exulted in the supposed apostacy of a Catholic clergyman belonging to one of the most distinguished families in Italy, i have seen the article, and have been, not a little, amused at the credulity, with which the biblicals celebrate the mock conversion of a Catholic priest to anytkingarictnism. I am personally acquainted with the Giustiniani family, which had the honor of furnishing a successor in the apostolical chair, and confidently hope, that no member of it will be so far ...

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[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] MORE PROTESTANT FRAUD! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] MORE PROTESTANT FRAUD! Some persons having taken upon themselves to publish a work, entitled Sccrtfa Manila, or Secrtt institutions of tk> Jesuits, we insert the following letter, by which it will be seen what right there is to call such a production by the name it bears. SECRETA MONITA. Letter of Father H-—to the Editor of the St. Petersburg Gazette. Sir ;—I hive been greatlv astonished to find in your paper of the 3d of this month, No. 28, an article wiiich, as far as I can see, ousrht not to have been there. The noble object of your work raises you above the class of mercenary writers, of these mere sheet fillers, who only look to stuff their papers, having tittle delicacy in the selection of materials, and content to receive a salary which enables them to live. The elevation of your sentiments causes us to look for more delicacy and equity from you; doubtless, i you are permitted to be an enemy of the Jesuits, with ■ whom you are ...

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A Jezebel Detected!--A Female Incendiary. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

A Jezebel Detected!--A Female Incendiary. On Tuesday last, a company of (he Georgia Guard 'visited a school in this city, under the care of Miss Sawyer, a missionary under the American Board.— It had been understood by them that she had been giving instruction to a little black boy, and teach in? him to read the Bible. Miss Sawyer was a sergeant who commanded the guard, tq forthwith desist from teaching the black boy. I, appears that at the last sitting of the Legislature of Georgia an act was passed making it unlawful for any person to give instructions to any black person in the state under the penalty of a fine not less than f IGCO nor exceeding *SOGO, and imprisonment until the fine is paid, for every such offence. Whether Miss Sawyer had ever heard ot the existence of such a law, befote she took the boy into school, we are not able to say ;| but it is very likely she never had. She was promised to be arraigned at the next Superior Court, in the newly formed county, called ‘ Che...

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MR. DOANE AND HIS “PRICE LECTURES.” [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

MR. DOANE AND HIS “PRICE LECTURES.” We are informed that before the Revolution which most happily freed this country from the Church-and-State tyranny of Britain, an Englishman of the Episcopal School, aspired to posthumous notoriety, byestablishing « certain fund to pay a minister one. guinea per sermon, for six sermons, or lectures, which must be delivered on the Wednesdays of Lent, in a Protestant Episcopal Church, in this city. This pious Protestant specified the subjects, and among others, as we observed in our last Number* was thatj upon the errors and superstition of the Homan Church ! ! ! this Mr. P rice was far from being a valuable man. in society, however differently the poor parson who pocketted the thirty dollars, as Judas did the thirty pieces of silver, may think of him. The man shewed and wished to perpetuate his ignorance or his malice ; he wished to throw up an anti-social barrier against his Protestant and Catholic neighbours, by holding out the wages of damnation...

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Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

Foreign Items. All Ireland is convulsed by the insupportable atrocities of the Church-and-State system of Britain. Plunder and murder, the natural result of the Protestant Tythism, are still going the rounds. Patriotic Catholics, plundered as they are by a harpy Government, to support Protestant Bishops and Parsons in affluence,insolence and despotism,can no longer endure the oppression and robberies of the “ Godly-re forma-tion-men.'’'' In fact we shudder on beholding the inevitable result. The Irish Patriots are justly dissatisfied with the Irish Reform Bill. As we have repeatedly remarked,nothing short of a total repeal of the unnaturul Union,and an acknowledged independence of Ireland, will or shonld ever satisfy her.—Nothing of importance has as yet occurred in the House of Commons—mereiy a little sparring about the anticipated and merited annihilation of the Protestant Tythe system, and the substitute that should be introduced—Agitation still continues in England, though Irvin...

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[From the Irishman.] MONUMENT To the Rev. Simon Felix O’Gallagher, in St. Mary’s Church. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

[From the Irishman.] MONUMENT To the Rev. Simon Felix O’Gallagher, in St. Mary’s Church. Wo would be unfaithful reflectors of the character of the gallant nation whose name graces the head of our Journal, if we did not notice the deep emotions of pride and gratitude with which hundreds of the fair daughters and sons of the Emerald Isle viewed this monument, erected hy John S. Cogdell, Esq to the memory of his venerable preceptor, Doctor O’Gallagher. Pride—because they now have an opportunity of exhibiting not only to their posterity hut to strangers who visit their church, an enduring testimonial of the piety, learning and eloquence ot their countryman, who, while he extended the repu« tation of the land of their birth, added new riches to the stores of learning in the land ot their adoption ; —and gratitude to him who, at his own expense, caused it to be erected. This church also contains another token of Mr. Cogdell’s munificence and friendship to the Roman Catholic citizens of Ch...

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Political Phariseeism--Palpable Infidelity--Straining [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

Political Phariseeism--Palpable Infidelity--Straining ont Gnats and Swallowing Camels ! In the French Chamber of Deputies the salaries of the bishops have been cut down, as follows: Archbishop of Paris, 25,000f. instead of 50,000.; thirteen Archbishops of 150,000f. each, 95,000f. instead of 325,000f. ; sixty-six Bishops at 10,OOOf. each, 660,000f. instead of 990,000f. —so making a total of 880,OOOf. instead of 1,365,000f. forming a saving of 485,000f. —about 97,000 dollars— -for the propagation of infidelity.

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Beauty of Poor Laws! Gospelling Charity! [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

Beauty of Poor Laws! Gospelling Charity! The Bucks Gazette (an English paper) contains' the following report of a proceeding at the St. Al-lj bans’ Petty Sessions, before F. Searancke, jr. Esq., j Mayor, and the Hev. W. M. Bowen. D. D., D. G. Adey, Esq., and R. Solly, Esq., &c. : —The overseers of the Abbey pari h were summoned to show cause why they refused to relieve Mary Sears; her husband had absconded, leaving her with three children, the eldest not five years of age, and which children the parish officers compelled her to bring to the poorhouse three times a day, for a small portion of food, without giving herself any—a distance of upwards of two miles each journey. The food was delivered them at the door, where they were compelled to eat it. Mr. W. Langley, a parish-officer, stated that they only refused her byway of experiment. The woman was ordered relief, as well as the children. It might he satisfactory to learn whether this parish-officer, so fond of trying “...

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Protestant vs. Protestant, or the Law-Church in Danger from Trimming. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

Protestant vs. Protestant, or the Law-Church in Danger from Trimming. The Archbishop of Dublin. — A sermon was preached by Dr. Whately, Archbishop of Dublin, in St. Peter’s Church, on Sunday last, with which every ! Protestant, man, woman, and child who heard it was disgusted. The occasion was professedly a charity , sermon, for the benefit of the Society for discountenancing vice, hut not one word fell from the lips of his Grace concerning the charity alluded to, or to any other charity. The sermon was entirely confined to an exposition of the Archbishop’s politicoreligious conduct, in the course of which, he said the Bible should not be read as a first hook, but that it required an Introductory work to prepare the mind for its perusal, and that not until the mind was prepared by a knowledge of religion, could the Bible be l read with safety. In short, his doctrines were esteemed completely with those of the Roman Catholic Clergy. The genera! opinion of the Protestants was, I that ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

I The following new publications we earnestly recommend to I all who are serious inquirers after truth, as well as to those who 1 wish to attain a correct knowledge of the great truths of the Catholic religion. They are works, small in size, but replete I with highly instructive and interesting matter, and which can | easily be perused by those who have not much time to demote to reading : 1. Letters on the Spanish Inquisition. —A rare \work, and the best which has ever appeared on the subi ject: by M. Le Comte Joseph Le Jilaistre; —translated from the French, with additional notes and illustrations : jby T. J. O'Flaherty, S. E. C. —l 2 mo. Per doz. $6, retail, 62 1-2 cents. 2. Proofs of the True Chuhch, in two parts: —by Clement Winceslans, Archbishop and Elector of Treves, and Bishop of Augsburg; translated from the French. —24 mo. Per doz. $3, retail, 31 cents.3. The Youth’s Director ; or Familiar Instructions for Young People; which may be found useful al\so, to persons of every...

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Page 232 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

BISHOP ENGLAND’S DISCOURSE, IN WASHINGTON CITY. TOHE subscriber, having permission from Mr. F. Lucas, Jr. of Baltimore, the proprietor, intends, on or about the 15th of March next, to publish a second edition of “ The Substance of a Discourse preached in the Hall of the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States, in the city of Washington, on Sunday, January 8, 1826. By the Right Rev. John England, D. D. Bishop of Charleston. It will be printed in superior style, on excellent paper, and will form a pamphlet of about sixty pages. Booksellers and others at a distance desirous of obtaining this superior production, (which is now altogether out of print,) will specify the number wanted as early as possible, either through the Agents of the Catholic Miscellany, or by letter addressed to the publisher, free of postage. The price, when stitched and neatly covered, will be 37 1-2 cents, A liberal discount made to Booksellers. WM. S. BLAIN. 26 State-street, Charleston, S. ...

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Page 232 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 13 April 1832

\CJ° Information Wanted of James Grady, a laborer, a dative of Tullowilly, Parish Killscrea, County Tyrone Ireland. He came to America about eleven years ago, and lived until within the last three years in Roxbury, in this State. He visited Baltimore in July, 1829. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by his Mother, and Brothers living in Roxbury, Muss. CABINET » JIfOHN NUGENT respectfully informs his friends and the Qgl public, that he has taken the Store, No. 25, ComhjU, (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 b« intends to sell at fair prices. %* He makes and repairs ale kinds of Cabinet work, and will feel grateful for any patronage bestowed on him. ' % Jan. 6. DR. S. H. SMITH, No., 11. Atkinson Street. P. Denvir has removed his Catholic Bookstore to Austin Street, near the Catholic Church, Charlestown. * I) AN IE E HEKSEY, AUCTIONEER, 'fHTf...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. Ei 6 ©sos isfsp tju-ojv, rig xaS' fjixuv ;—si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos?—if god be for us, who is against us? — bom. vm. xxxi. vol. m. BOSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1832. NO. XXX. UNITED STATES (9iHS]IKS>3uKB HSraraHUroUSKHBSs PUBLISHED BY HENRY I-. DEVEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per annum in advance. AH communications must b,e post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Office 32 Congress Street. THE INTELLIGENCER. BOSTON, APRIL 20, 1832~^

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Of the beginning of the change of religion in England.—Of King Henry's falling out with the Pope, and the Dissolution of the Abbeys.—Of Queen Anne Holey ft and Cromwell.—Of the King's character, and the state of the nation at that time. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

Of the beginning of the change of religion in England. — Of King Henry's falling out with the Pope, and the Dissolution of the Abbeys. — Of Queen Anne Holey ft and Cromwell. — Of the King's character, and the state of the nation at that time. Q,. What was the first beginning of the change of religion in England from Popery to Prolestancy ? A It begun by a falling out between King Henry Vlllth, and the Pope, occasioned by the King’s marriage with Anne Boleyn, while his first wife, Catharine of Arragon, was yet alive. Q,. What reasons did the King alledge to justify his divorce from Queen Catharine, and his marrying another during her life-time. A. Because Catharine had been before married to his brother Arthur, who died under age;—and therefore he pleaded that his marriage with his brother’s widow could, by no dispensation, be valid and lawful, as being contrary to the law of God. Leviticus xviii. 16. Q,. What said the Queen and her friends totlfis? A. That the Levitical law no farth...

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The Disciples and Successors of the Apostles. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 20 April 1832

The Disciples and Successors of the Apostles. St. Peter and St. Paul glorified God by martyrdom at Rome under Nero ; having first sent before them a very great multitude of their converts, falsely charged by the tyrant with setting the city on fire, and put to most cruel deaths, as we learn from the heathen historian Tacitus, L. 15, c. 44. The chiefest amongst the disciples of the Apostles at Rome, were Linus, Clefus, and Clement; who had been their helpers in their life time ; and were, one after the other, their successors after their death. St. Clement has left us an excellent epistle, written to the church of Corinth, on occasion of a schism there; a work highly esteemed by primitive antiquity, and worthy of a disciple of the Apostles. In his days Hennas, supposed i to be the same whom St. Paul salutes, Rom. xvi. 14. wrote the book called Pastor , or the Shepherd in recommendation of Penance , which some of the ancient fathers have ranked amongst the holy scrips tures. Amongst t...

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