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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 o£(ss <mio ■huuv, Tic Xaff rM(bv SI DEUS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS 1 IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US 1 ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1831, NO. IY, 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, Holy, Cathollc and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. "THE JESUIT. BOSTON, JANUARY 25, 1831.

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] PURGATORY.—[No. 1.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] PURGATORY.—[No. 1.] If there be one tenet in the Catholic church, which reason alone is competent to establish, it is the existence of that place of punishment, which we call purgatory, When divested of prejudices, the reasonableness of this tenet of i the Catholic church is illustrated by the idea ’ which we have of God’s justice. God will never consign to the same doom, levity and determined malice —weakness and premeditated crime | —a lie of excuse and a detestable perjury—a heart soiled with small faults and imperfections, and a heart swimming in abominable iniquities ; God’s justice will purify the one, and the same justice will condemn the other. God’s sanctity will not admit any thing defiled into heaven ; hut God’s justice requires that a Christian soul must be well purged from moral mists, before she can behold the pure essence of the Divinity. This reasonableness is therefore grounded upon the justice and sanctity of God, and is, therefo...

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[Extract from “L’Etat de la Religion Catholique dans les Indes."] MAGELLAN AND THE PHILLIPPINE ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

[Extract from “L’Etat de la Religion Catholique dans les Indes."] MAGELLAN AND THE PHILLIPPINE ISLANDS. “ Malgall anis or Magellan, was the discoverer of the Phillippine and Molucca islands : he [ had in his suit four religious of different orders, ; owe of whom was a Jesuit, and forty soldiers, j “When these islands were discovered, the Inhabitants were idolaters, who went to war to i procure slaves. “ Magellan first conquered the island of Zebu, the king of which was baptized by the Jesuit who accompanied the Spanish General, and a j solemn treaty was concluded, by an engagement after the manner of the country, for the observance of which the king bled Magellan in the arm, and drank his blued, and Magellan did the came to the king. After this ceremony, the first article of the treaty was, that the king and all his subjects should embrace the Christian reli- j gion, and that he should acknowledge himself vassal to the King of Spain. Afterwards a convent of Jesuits was established i...

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[Selected and Translated for the Jesuit.] BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF VOLTAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

[Selected and Translated for the Jesuit.] BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF VOLTAIRE. The name of Voltaire is associated in our minds with the crime of high treason against both God and man. The fact, however, of his being still spoken of in terms of eulogy by many, is an unequivocal proof of the perversity of our age. The family of Voltaire was respectable. His father gave him a good education; but, in the course of his studies, he displayed a decided tendency to irreligion. His prolessor of rhetoric, P. Lejay, on one occasion thus addressed him : “ Unhappy young man, you will yet be the standard bearer of Deism in France his subsequent conduct too fully confirmed the truth of this prediction. On his return from his studies, his conduct was so improper, that his father was under the necessity of turning him from bis house. He then went to Holland in the suite of an ambassador, where he seduced a young lady of family, was arrested and disgracefully expelled his situation by his patron. On his ...

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[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] Lamentations of the Reformation Society. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] Lamentations of the Reformation Society. ( Concluded.) They now saw that Popery was walking forth openly, supported by infidelity on the one hand, and liberalism on the other. She was no longer stealing silently and softly forward, no longer whispering her doctrines, hut openly proclaiming them to the world, and throwing down her challenge to all who opposes them. The clergy and advocates of that church, were now become the open assailants of Protestantism ; our clergy were challenged , and he was sorry that they cowered to their assailants, and shrunk from the contest. In the year of 1792, there were only two Roman Catholic chapels in the district of the metropolis, and few or none in other parts of England, but those belonging to ambassadors. In 1830 there were 370, and in the present year there were 470, besides those which exist in Scotland, and these were by no means few, and greatly on the increase. To show the open and undisguised manne...

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[From the British Catholic Magazine.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

[From the British Catholic Magazine.] THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. And there came one of the seven Angels, who had the seven phials, and spoke with me, saying: Come, I will show thee the condemnation of the great harlot, who sitteth upon many waters.— Apocalypse xvii. 1. At different periods of the three centuries, which constitute the existence of the church of England, the more zealous of her children have taken into their hands the mysterious volume of the Apocalypse, and have amused themselves, and each other, with the sagacious identification of the Babylon, there denounced, with the Church of Christ. The more profound and enlightened expositors have ventured even to fix the date of her destruction, and the disappointment of former predictions has never formed a reason for a moment of caution in regard to others. We are told, indeed, of one of these sagacious prophets, that he survived the term of his own prophecy, but, with the genuine courage of his tribe, he presently fixed anothe...

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[From the Catholic Herald.] MR. WILLIS AND BISHOP ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

[From the Catholic Herald.] MR. WILLIS AND BISHOP ENGLAND. Permit me Mr. Editor, to call your attention i to an article in the last Saturday Courier of j this city, containing some just and severe ani- | madversions on the N. Y. Mirror in relation to Mr. Willis’s Letters from Europe. It argues a sound and healthful tone in the moral feeling of our community, when the secular press take up the defence of the calumniated clergy of our Church. I shall endeavour to procure you the other article to which allusion is made in the following: “ Some weeks ago we took occasion, as our readers may recollect, to expose the sophistry, and ridicule the absurdity of an article which had appeared in the New York Mirror, under the title of Mr, Willis and his commentators. In our remarks upon that article—an article which, all tvho read it, must admit was a curious combination of incongruous ideas, impertinent assumptions, ill-sorted figures, and inappropriate words, we incidentally referred to the s...

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THE MISSISSIPPI. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

THE MISSISSIPPI. It has been the fashion with travellers to talk of the scenery of the Mississippi as wanting grandeur and beauty. Most certainly it has neither. But there is no scenery on earth more striking. The dreary and pestilential solitudes, untrodden save by the foot of the Indians : the absence of all the objects, save the huge alligators which float past, apparently asleep, on the drift-wood ; and an occasional vulture, attracted by its impure prey on the surface of the waters ; the trees, w T ith a long and hideous drapery of pendant moss, fluttering in the wind ; and the giant river, rolling onward the vast volume of its dark and turbid waters through the wilderness, form the features of the most dismal and impressive landscapes on which the eye of man ever rested. If any think proper to believe that such obI jects are not, in themselves, sufficient, I beg : only to say that I differ with him in point of taste. Rocks and mountains are fine things, undoubtedly, but they c...

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[From a Protestant Paper.] THE CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

[From a Protestant Paper.] THE CATHOLICS. The increase of this denomination of Christians in our country is thought by many protestants to portend much evil, to threaten dreadful and calamitous events. For ourselves we entertain different views of the matter. We regard it rather as a favorable omen. It is well known that for several years past, certain ambitious and illiberal Protestant Christians, have been busily employed in endeavoring to bring about a union of church and state. While the leading and orthodox protestant sects with a fair prospect of success before them, might be induced to amalgamate for the accomplishment of such a measure, it is morally certain that the Catholics would never unite with them. They cannot. Their religion, their interest as a ' body would not admit of this. As a distinct and separate denomination of Christians, having interests to guard, peculiar to themselves alone, their influence must necessarily be } thrown into the opposite scale. In the mids...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

Letters received from Correspondents.— Rev. J. M’Donald, M. Ap. Perth, Canada; Rev. J. Fitton, Hartford; S. Moody, P. M. Saco, Me.; W. Denman, Ed. Truth Teller; Rev. W. Wiley, Salem ; Rev. J. J. Curtin, Lowell; Rev. J. M’Dermott, New Haven ; P. S. Casserly, Ed. N. Y. Weekly Register and Catli. Diary; Rev. Edward M’Carthy, Reading, Pa.; P. O'Brien, Templeton, Mass.; Rev. J. Corry, Taunton ; Luke Quin, Digby, N. S. James Moore, | Bedford, Mass. We are sorry to find from an observation inserted in the Truth- Teller of last week, that the Editor of that excellent and interesting Paper had not received the tiro Jirst numbers of our present series. We take the earliest opportunity to inforrd him, that they were regularly I mailed at the Post Office of this city, and for- |! warded to him; and that it has afforded us l pleasure to exchange with him. We return our sincere thanks to the Editors of the New York Weekly Register, for their kind notice of us and of our humble Paper “ the Jesuit”...

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FRIENDS OF IREEAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

FRIENDS OF IREEAND. A meeting of the Association of the Friends of Ireland, was held at the Exchange Coffee House, on Monday Evening, the 13th inst. j John C. Park, Esq. in the Chair; Daniel Callaghan, Secretary, pro. tan. The Chairman, after some very pertinent remarks, read an address to the people of Ireland, prepared for the occasion, which was received with loud applause, and on motion referred to the publishing committee. Mr. Roche addressed the meeting at considerable length, giving a historical view of the proceedings of the Association, since it commenced under the title of Hibernian Relief Society, in the course of which he passed a warm eulogium on the late William Little, Esq., the lirm and uncompromising friend of the Irishman. Mr. Byrne, of South Boston, addressed the Association, in which he took a cursory view of Ireland’s history, and concluded by remarking on the apathy of many Irishmen in the cause the Association has in view, which he strongly reprobated. Mr. Par...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

Ireland. The Lord Bishop of Cloyne has given £lO to improve the Roman Catholic School of Donoughmore, Cork, and Mr. Secretary Littleton £2O to ttie new Roman Catholic Chapel at 'l’uam. Irish Manufactures. —The only woollen manufactory now existing in the south of Ireland, is the establishment of Mr. Thomas Lyons, of Cork, which employs two hundred persons, and gives support to six hundred.— Dublin Register. Connaught—Mayo.— The indefatigable and pious Dr. Machale and the other Catholic prelates of Connaught, have been long sedulously employed in the formation of “ Christian Doctrine Societies,” Catholic Tract Societies,” and Catholic Libraries” of Religious and Controversial works, throughout their Diocesses. The results are already of the most gratifying description. Never since the unholy Reformation has the Catholic religion been in a more flourishing state. New Chapels are erecting in every part ot these remote districts: schools are now to be found in every parish, nay, in ever...

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Latest Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

Latest Foreign News. By the packet ship George Washington, which arrived at New York on Saturday last from Liverpool, English papers of the 26th November have been received. There is nothing important of a political nature from England. Some of the London papers assert, that the assessed taxes will certainly be repealed by the next Parliament, and that taxes upon spirits, wines and gas lights will probably be resorted to, to make up the deficiency. Mr. O’Connell is labouring in Ireland to produce an united effort for the total abolition of tithes. On Tuesday, Nov. 19th, at his particular request, a parochial meeting was held in the Corn Exchange, Dublin, to petition Parliament for “ the total extinction of tithes and minister’s money, and for a repeal of the Union.” A committee was appointed, on the motion of Mr. O’Connell, to prepare petitions and procure signatures. The cholera had made its appearance at Monaghan and Tanderagee, and the number of deaths, in proportion to that of t...

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ROBERT OWEN’S DISCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

ROBERT OWEN’S DISCIPLES. The following account of a recent meeting of these deluded persons on the Lord’s day, is abridged from the London Courier, and may be useful in showing the necessity of laboring, by all the means in our power, to resist the efforts which the great enemy of souls is making through his emissaries on earth. The disciples of Mr. Owen hold their weekly meeting at a large building, (on Sunday) entitled the “ National Equitable Exchange,” which is situated in Charlotte street, Fitzroy square. On advancing into the area of the building, an extensive, barn-like, newly white washed room, perhaps two hundred feet in length, by 60 or 70 feet in width, is presented to the sight. This I room, in the centre, from end to end, is covered with a skylight. On either side—the said sides j being under the two galleries—are to be seen ! shop counters, which, even on the Sabbath, are not deserted by their attendants, covered with ; articles of all descriptions; the majority, how e...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] AUTUMNAL THOUGHTS. Oh, not for me the clustering vine, The summer’s glowing breeze ; All, all that marks the year’s decline With me has power to please. I love the day, cool, calm and brief; The twilight tinctured sky; The fading flower, the falling leaf; All beauty to mine eye. To me tha still, soft, dewy shower, The whispering airs, are sweet, True the social hour, When fire-side circles meet. Emblem of life ! the summer’s morn The summer storm precedes; The rose in summer beauty born Is twined with summer’s weeds. What is the world ? Love, folly, strife, A vale of tears and sin ■ Yet peace illumes the path of life If ail is pure within. Clouds are in mercy o’er us hung, * mingles with our mirth; The Inftrt ffad else too fondly clung To earth and things of earth. The Christian treads his bright career Through nature’s thorny field; Strong in the faith, he knows no fear, With heaven his helm and shield. Though age, like winter, comes at last, ’Tis...

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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) — 25 January 1834

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. ! Mr. John Cahil Halifax. | Rev. Janies Durnphy ..St. John’s, N. B. Mr. Sherlock - Eastport, Me. ! Rev. C. D. Ffrench Portland. : Rev. Constantine Lee Dover, N. H. Rev. J. O’Callaghan Burlington, Vt. | Rev. Simon Walsh..... Middlebury. ■ Patrick Mooney Boston, Mass. |j Patrick Denvir Charlestown. Rev. J. J. Curtin Lowell. j Patrick Powers “ ; Rev. C. Canavan Sandwich. ■ Rev. W. Wiley Salem. Rev. P. Connolly Canton. 11 Rev. J. Corry Taunton. Rev. James Fitton Hartford, Conn. Rev. J. M’Dermott New Haven. j Rev. P. Connolly. Providence, R. I. Rev. J. Corry Newport. : Mr. John Doyle New York. I Mr. P. Mooney Brooklyn. j John Manning Albany. Rev. Mr. Ryder Philadelphia, Penn. j Mr. Myers Baltimore, Md. j John Spalding Pleasant Hill, Chas. Co. Rev. George Fenwick Georgetown, D. C. J. Haseltine Bardstown, Ky. ; Ml O'Dillon Savannah, Geo. | Rev. Martin Kundy Cincinnati, Ohio. Rev. H. P. Miles Zanesville. F. C. Hase Perry...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

MARRIAGES. Michael Hannafo/d and Mary Anne Donevan ; Mi chael Fleming and Mary M’Guire; James Doyle anc Anne Gay ; James Goramley and Mary Kanna ; Johi Tucker and Margaret J. Ledwith. DEATHS. Mary O’Neil, 9 months ; Francis Roche, 23 years Catherine Toban, 21 years; Jeremiah Drainen 2 1-2 years; Jeremiah Welsh, 10 months.

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 25 January 1834

In Convention. —At 12 o’clock on Tuesday, pursuant to assignment, the two branches of the Legislature met in Convention in the Representatives Chamber, when the Hon. John Davis, and his Honour Samuel T. Armstrong, the Governor and Lt. Governor elect, together with the Counsellors elect, being present, took and subscribed the oaths requisite to qualify them for the discharge of the duties of their respective offices. His Excellency then delivered his Inaugural Address, which has been published in all the city papers. CHRISTOPHER PETERSON, AND GENERAL CLOTHING STORE, No. 91 Ann Street, Boston. WILLIAM P. M’KAY, WATCH-MAKER, 15 Water Street. Watches, Clocks, and Music Boxes carefully repaired and warranted on the most reasonable terms. Has for sale warranted watches from $l2 to $25 each ; eight day gilt and Mahogany Timepieces, together with an assortment of articles usually kept in Ills line. eoptf Jan. 4. HR. S. 11. SMITH, No 11, Atkinson Street. V M’ELROY—-TAILOR, No. 12, East Corne...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 1 February 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qe6g xm to Auuv, rig xuff vutav ; —si deus puo nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ? —rom. viii. xxxi. vol. y. BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1831. no. y. 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 Oxe, Hoi,v, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office II Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, FEBRUARY 1, 1834.

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