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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit] TO THE PAST. Thou unrelenting past! I Strong are the barriers round thy dark domain; And fetters sure and fast, Hold all that enter thy unbreathing reign. Far in thy realm withdrawn, Old empires sit in sullenness and gloom. And glorious ages gone, Lie deep within the shadow of thy womb. Childhood, with all its mirth, Youth, manhood, age that draws ns towards the ground, And last—man’s life on earth Glide to thy dim dominions, and are bound. Thou hast ray better years ; Thou hast my early friends—the good, the kind— Yielding to them with tears — The venerable form —the exalted mind. My spirit yearns to bring The lost ones back—yearns with desire intense ; And struggles hard to wring j Thy bolts apart, and pluck thy captives thence. In vain—thy gates deny ) All passage save to those who hence depart; Nor to the streaming eye I Thou giv'st them back—nor to the broken heart. In thy abysses hide Beauty and excellence unknown—to thee Earth’s wonder and he...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, or CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, or CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Mr. John Cahil Halifax. Rev. James Humphry St. John’s, N. R. Mr. Sherlock Eastport, Me. Rev. C. D. Ffrench.i PortlandRev. Constantine Lee Dover, N. H. Rev. J. O’Callaghan Burlington, Vt. Rev. Simon Walsh Middlebury. Patrick- Mooney Boston, Mass. Patrick Dcnyir Charlestown. Rev. J. J. Curtin Lowell. Rev. C. Canavan Sandwich. Rev. W. Wiley Salem. Rev. P. Connolly Canton. i Rev - J - Corry Taunton. I Rev. James Pitton Hartford, Conn. j Rev. J. M’Dermott New Haven. | Re v- P. Connolly Providence,-R. J. I Rev - J. Corry Newport. Mr. John Doyle New York. i Mr. p - Mooney Brooklyn. ’ John Manning Albany. Rev. Mr. Ryder Philadelphia, Penn. Mr. Myers Baltimore, Md. John Spalding Pleasant Hill, Chas. Co Rev. George Fenwick Georgetown, D C {v H^; ne Bardstown, Ky. M- ° Billon.™..-...,. Savannah, Geo. Rev. Martin Kundy Cincinnati, Ohio. es Zanesville. F. C. Hase Perryville, Mis. Kev. Mr. Jeanjean New-Orleap».

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

b3B*stc£CSSs2S3cz3s®eq DEATHS. Francis Ann Edwards, 14 days ; Ellen 51 a thews, 65 years ; Mary M'Cugh, 3 months ; Patrick M’Colgan, 30 years; Michael Ilealy, 27 years; Thomas Quinn, 2 months ; Henry M'Bride, 34 years ; Thomas Carroll, 18 months; Cornelius Keef, 4 months.

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 11 January 1834

The Synod of Albany.— The Synod of Albany, in their late session adopted a series of resolutions to pray and preach against the spread of “ Romanism. ’ They strongly urge the necessity of making the people acquainted with the real principles and tendency of Romanism—Would to God they would follow up the advice in truth and sincerity! It they be sincere, they will distribute copies of “ the Real Principles”—and “ Bossuet's Exposition” among their people. Let them do so, and we will unite with them in the good work. But no ! they will rather rave and rant about Anti-christ and the Lady of Babylon. They will say that indulgences are a license to commit sin, and that the Priests are paid for forgiving sins, &c. &c. But, with all their efforts, they will not be able to shut out the light of truth. The people will see how much they have been deceived respecting the Catholic religion—and then will come the day of retributive justice. — Shepherd of the Valley. INFORM...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El U Oe6g ijlig fiu&v, rig xaff fiuwv ; —SI DEUS PKO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 1 ROM. VIII. XXX: VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1831. NO. 111. 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, Holt, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, JANUARY 18, 1834.

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. letter the second. — Continued. Wearied by these thoughts, I could not get a moment’s rest, and the night was already far spent. About three o’clock I heard footsteps and a great noise in my anti-chamber. Surprized at the extraordinary disturbance, I called my servants, and I saw a domestic of Manuel’s, who was the ordinary agent of his iniquity, enter my room, his countenance pale and disfigured. He approached me, and, in a trembling voice which manifested his terror, told me that his master was suddenly dead. How shall I describe the effects which this terrible and unexpected news produced upon me 1 I could neither believe my eyes nor my ears.— What! said I to him, Manuel! Yes sir, answered he ; I saw him die so unexpectedly, that he had not time to say a word. I was at his side in the carriage : he had given no indication of his being unwell. I thought him asleep, when he made a motion, and that motion accompanied his last ...

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BIOGRAPHY OF J. J. ROUSSEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

BIOGRAPHY OF J. J. ROUSSEAU. ( Continued.) Our readers have seen the folly of this wretched man, described by an associate, who had long cultivated his friendship—observed the wailings, of his malady, and ascertained its undoubted character. His deposition is enhanced, in the estimation of mankind, by his evident and declared admiration and attachment to his compatriot, whose memory he cherished, and to whose manes he is offering the tribute of an obituary. We beseech our readers to bear this in mind, while they peruse the subsequent relation of the death of Rousseau by Corancez. “ This disorder increased to the last period of his life—his labour diminished—his resources became more circumscribed and the health of hi& wife was impaired. He consulted a physician, who advised him to take the air. Corancez offered him a rural seat at Sceaux, to which, after some difficulty, Rousseau seemed willing to re- repair, when Mr. Girardin, the proprietor of the splendid gardens of E...

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[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] Lamentations of the Reformation Society. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] Lamentations of the Reformation Society. Tliis once pugnacious and blustering, but now crest-fallen body, held its annual palaver in Exeter-Hall, London, on the 10th ultimo.— j We have read, with great pleasure, the lugu- j Imous speeches of the Anti-Popery heroes who I figured on the occasion, as reported in the Record Newspaper, one of their oracles ; and, in i the hope of amusing our readers, we here pre- j sent them, with a few specimens of the wailings of these Reformation gentlemen. Col. Phipps, on the motion of our gallant friend, Captain ; Gordon, having been called to the chair. The Marquis of Cholmondely moved the first j resolution, which was seconded by the Rev. J. Cummings, of the Scotch church, Crown Court, j Mr. C. said that he could, as a member of the | Auxiliary Reformation Society of Aberdeen, i hear his testimony to the ravages which had | been committed by a Catholic priest in that | town and its vicinity. The fact was, th...

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ST. SIMONIANS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

ST. SIMONIANS IN LONDON. Our readers are doubtless aware that a number of vagabonds and profligates, male as well as female, have been for some time past associated in Paris under the mob of St. Simonians. Scoffed at even by the population of the least rigidly moral city in Europe, and failing in all | their endeavours to gain proselytes among any, j save the poor, who were caught by the clap j trap of the community of goods, and the licentious, who were excited by the prospect of the | community of women, the Elders of the sect j have sent forth missionaries, to tempt the rich | and the fair of other countries ; and it has been the lot of a person named Fontana to try his devices on the people of England. A meeting was forthwith announced at some rooms near 11 Burton-crescent, and the missionary last week | made his appearance to explain the doctrines j of that system which is intended to supersede I j the moralities and decencies of Christianity. On that occasion, M. Fontana conte...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

Our foreign Agents are most particularly requested to send us on their subscription lists immediately, to enable us to ascertain the number of papers we shall have to print. We beg leave also to remind them that our terms are, the Cash in advance. Such of our subscribers also as do not regularly receive their papers by mail, are requested to notify us of the fact as early as possible. No effort shall be wanting on our part to ensure regularity in this respect.

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OATHS IN A COURT OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

OATHS IN A COURT OF JUSTICE. As Catholics are often brought into Courts of Justice and there obliged to testify, it may not he improper to make a few observations on the solemn act of religion, which is performed there, when they take what is commonly called an oath. An oath is an affirmation or promise, accompanied with an invocation of God to witness what we say ; and with an imprecation of his vengeance, or a renunciation of his favour, if what we affirm be false, or what we promise he not performed. The laws of all civilized States have required I the security of an oath for evidence given in a 1 court of justice, and on other occasions of high importance ; and the Christian religion utterly ! prohibits swearing, except on such occasions, and the oath we take be accompanied with cer- ! tain conditions. When these exist, an oath is lawful and proper. This is clear from Deuteronomy, chap. 6, v. 13, “ Thou shalt fear the Lord thy God, and shalt serve him only, and thou shalt swear ...

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[From the Boston Recorder, of Jan. 11.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

[From the Boston Recorder, of Jan. 11.] Extract of a letter from the Students of the Evangelical School in Geneva, to the Students of the Auburn Theological Seminary : “The Protestant clergy of France, having abandoned its Confession of Faith, and its ecclesiastical discipline, no longer has any tie to bind it to the word of God, which would have united its members to one another, and the pastors to their flocks, so that it may be said of it: “tot capita, tot census,” There can be no religious opinion, from pure deism to the most exalted mysticism, that lias not a representation in its bosom. Its faculties of theology, (Strasbourg and Montauban) are poorly provided with professors; the pupils, who, for the most part, embrace the ecclesiastical state, because they must have employment, and to insure a respectable provision, are in general trifling, full of worldly spirits, little inclined to study, and some even abandon themselves to gross immorality, in most of the consistories, the...

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[From the Boston Courier.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

[From the Boston Courier.] “ Now good digestion waits on appetite, And health on both.” The Stomach. —lfyAu would know the state of a man’s moral faculties, look into the situation of his stomach, for oar virtues have some dependence on our food and its digestion. Indigestion is the father of as many bad actions as hunger, and the proverb reads that “ hungry dogs will eat dirty puddings”—which means, that a man under the same malign influence, will commit acts from which he would shrink, had he constant access to a well spread table. Docter Beaumont, surgeon in the United States Army, has published a series of experiments and observations on the gastric juice.— He had an opportunity that has never before been accorded to a phvsioligist. He has had the rare chance of looking into the human stom- ach, as Reaumer looked into a glass bee-hive. A tough little French Canadian, named Alexis St. Martin, was wounded by the discharge , of a musket, loaded with duck shot. It blew i away a port...

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Ireland. THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE ORANGE MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

Ireland. THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE ORANGE MAGISTRACY. It is to us ever a more pleasing duty, and one rendered additionally gratifying by the few opportunities that present themselves for its discharge, to praise a good act of the government than to censure and denounce a bad one. We have great satisfaction in submitting to our readers the following statement, as we have received it, from a highly respectable correspondent : Humane interposition of government. — At the quarter sessions of the county Fermanagh, held at Enniskillen, on the 2d of January last, at which E. Scott, Esq. chairman of the county, and Folliot Barton, Esq. magistrate presided, several Roman Catholics, fifteen in number, were indicted for a riot and assault on C. Chittick, who claimed to be entitled to the tolls of the fair of Ederney, the right to which claim, was, however, generally disputed. The parties were convicted and sentenced, some to 12 months, and others to 18 months incarceration, with hard labor....

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] THE POOR. And wherefore do the poor complain ? The rich men ask of me ? Come walk abroad with me, 1 said, And I will answer thee. ’Twas winter, and the frozen streets Were cheerless to behold, And we were wrapt and coated well, And yet were very cold. We met an old bareheaded man, And his locks were thin and white— We asked him what he did abroad In that cold winter's night ? ’Twas bitter cold, indeed ! he said ; At home no fire had he, And therefore he had come abroad, To ask for charity. We met a young barefooted child, And she begged loud and bold— We asked her why she went abroad, When the night it was so cold ? She said her father could not work. For he lay sick in bed; And therefore was it she had come Abroad to bog for bread. We went into a cabin then, To shield us from the storm, And hoped to find some friendly blaze, Our frozen limbs to warm. We found three shivering little girls, With their wretched mother there, And in their haggard eyes...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Mr. John Cahil Halifax. ; Rev. James Humphry St. John’s, N. B. | Mr. Sherlock Eastport, Me. i Rev. C. D. Ffrench -...PortlandI Rev. Constantine Lee Dover, N. H. Rev. J. O’Callaghan Burlington, Vt. j Rev. Simon Walsh JVliddlebury. j Patrick Mooney Boston, Mass. | Patrick Denvir Charlestown. j Rev. J. J. Curtin Lowell. I Patrick Powers _ « | Rev. C. Canavan Sandwich. Rev. W. Wiley Salem. j Rev. P. Connolly Canton. j Rev. J. Corry - Taunton. j Rev. James Fitton - Hartford, Conn. j Rev. J. M Dermott New Haven. Rev. P. Connolly Providence, R. I. | Rev. J. Corry - Newport. j Mr. John Doyle. New York. Mr. P. Mooney Brooklyn. I I John Manning Albany. I Rev. Mr. Ryder Philadelphia, Penn. j Mr. Myers Baltimore, Md. ' John Spalding Pleasant Hill, Chas. Co. Rev. George Fenwick Georgetown, D. C. j j J- Haseltine -....Bardstown, Ky. j M. O Dillon Savannah, Geo. Rev. Martin Kundy Cincinnati, Ohio. Zanesville. | F- C. Hase Perry...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

MARRIAGES. Neal M Kenney and Ellen Dorety ; Maurice Healy and Eleanor Keaf; Michael Giraty and Catherine Connell; Thomas Keehoe and Ann Rourk ; Michael Murphy and Eliza Flynn; Daniel Lynch and Johanna Harrington: Patrick O’Sullivan and Catherine Power. DEATHS. Ellen Carlen, 3 weeks ; Mary Louisa Wood, 5 years; Michael Murray, 10 weeks ; Francis M’Donald, 5 months ; William Brown, 2 years ; Catherine Lawler, 2 1-2 years ; Mary Ann Dowden, 2 1-2. years.

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 18 January 1834

i A short way to all evil. —If you wish to be • always thirsty, be a drunkard; for the oftener and i more you drink, the oftener and more thirsty you will , be.—lf you seek to prevent your friends raising you in the world, be a drunkard ; for that will defeat all their efforts. —If you are determined to be poor, be a drunkard, and you will soon be ragged and pennyless. —lf you would wish to starve your family, be a drunkard ; for that will consume the means of their support.—lf you would be imposed on by knaves, be a drunkard; for then their task will be easy. —If you would become a fool, be a drunkard ; and you will soon lose your understanding.—lf you are resolved to kill yourself, be a drunkard; that being a sure mode of destruction.—lf you would expose both your folly and your secrets, be a drunkard ; and they will run out as the liquor runs in.—lf you would get rid of your money without knowing how, be a drunkard; and it will vanish insensibly.—if you would have no resource whe...

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