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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 956? inig ■fifiHiv, t lg xuff ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ? — if god be for us, who is against us ? — rom. viii. xxxi. VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1831. NO. XI. 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, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, MARCH 15, 1834.

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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[From the Shepherd of the Valley ] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley ] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. the foukth letter. — Continued. The Philosopher to Theodore. It is for this reason that infidels will always be bad judges in a matter of religion. Why do the laws refuse to admit as judges those who are in any way connected with the parties 1 because it is a fact that the judgments of men are more frequently the dictates of the heart than of reason ; and to judge justly, we should have no interest in the judgment; it is no less true, that the mind when once seduced, seeks only for what may give weight and strength to the error which it has embraced. Now let us apply these principles. The incredulous abhor religion, and this hatred has its origin in their passions ; they ardently desire that the promises made to us by religion should be illusory, in order that its menaces may be so also; they cannot then pass an impartial judgment, because hatred dictates and perverts their sentence. We will even grant them vast knowledge and...

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley.] PRESBYTERIAN EXCLUSIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley.] PRESBYTERIAN EXCLUSIVENESS. “ Let it ever be kept in mind, that Protestant is the name of no sect, but is applied to him who contends, not for himself alone, but for all others, for the right of forming his own opinions according to his own judgment, subject to the revision of no human tribunal. The spirit of Protestantism is opposed to the spirit of exclusiveness ” “ What we contend for, is, that every man has a right to read, examine and interpret the Bible for himself.” “ That no man has a right to denounce another for his opinions, is no new admission on the part of Presbyterians.”— St. Louis Observer . Mr. Editor: —When Presbyterians make use of the language above quoted, some will be inclin- Ed to view it in connexion with the practical illustrations furnished by them of their principles. It is, perhaps difficult to determine whether expressions, which sound so liberal to the ear, are designed for idle declamation merely, or, like others empl...

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THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. AN EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. AN EXTRACT. About this period, Deutz arrived at Paris. I will forego the repugnance which a milita- j ry man naturally feels to mention a being of | this description, whom I should never pass in the street without bestowing a horse-whipping upon him, did I not think my horse would he | degraded by being afterwards flogged with the same whip. Treachery has, however, become iso common within the last ten years, that traitors are the historical men of our period, j But such periods always exist, in the decline of every monarchy, and must needs have their chronicles as if they were days of victory, in order to leave no hiatus in the history of na- j j tions. I will, therefore, state all I know conI cerning Deutz, having received the informa- { tion from the individuals with the duchess, as I well as from herself. As for this execrable monster himself, 1 never beheld him. Hyacinth Simon Deutz was born at Cologne jin 1803. When eighteen or twenty years o...

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[From the Annals de la Propagation de la Foi.] PROTESTANT MISSIONS—THE BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

[From the Annals de la Propagation de la Foi.] PROTESTANT MISSIONS—THE BIBLE SOCIETY. The Rev. Mr. Dubois to M. G. S. Esq. In my last letter I informed you that I would avail myself of the first moment of leisure’ I I could spare, to give you my opinion touching the translation of the first four chapters of the || Book of Genesis, which has been printed in the Canara dialect, and which you have done me the honour to submit to my examination. I have thought that the best way to perform that task, would be to send you a literal English | translation of the Canara version, in order that II you may judge for yourself of the merits of the j latter. You will soon perceive by the translated chap- | ter which I have sent you, that there is scarcely J j a single verse exactly rendered, and that even j j the sense of the sacred text is often perverted and entirely altered. If you have any doubts | of the fidelity of my translation, you may show iit and the Canara version to any Bramin clerks ...

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ON THE SUPPOSED PERSECUTION OF GALILEO. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

ON THE SUPPOSED PERSECUTION OF GALILEO. We lately promised an article on this subject ; a promise, the fulfilment of which has hitherto been retarded by constant occupation and distraction. The following is from Bergier’s Dictionnaire de Theologie; article, Sciences Humaines. One of the principal facts advanced by the philosophists to sustain their charge, that the Christian religion is the enemy of knowledge, is the supposed persecution of Galileo, on account of his astronomical discoveries, and his condemnation by the Roman inquisition. Fortunately, the letters of Guicciardini and of the Marquiss Nicolini, ambassadors of Florence, the friends, disciples and protectors of Galileo, the MS. letters and the published works of Galileo himself, prove that, for a century, the public has been deluded upon this point. Galileo was not persecuted as a good philosopher, hut as a bad theologian, for assuming the office of interpreter of the Bible. His discoveries undoubtedly created jealous en...

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ITALIAN SUPERSTITION AND ENGLISH IRRELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

ITALIAN SUPERSTITION AND ENGLISH IRRELIGION. I lately travelled inside of the Nottingham coach, from London to a village a few' miles on this side of the latter town. My companions were a regular, well-fed John Bull—big, burly and full of roast beef and prejudice—and a tall, thin, lively gentleman, a native of Italy, who talked English so well, that, but for his foreign countenance and accent, he might have passed for an Englishman. My two companions had not proceeded far on the road, before they got ; into full conversation ; which the circumstance of the Englishman having recently travelled in Italy, evidently tended to promote. Being of rather a silent turn, I amused myself with listening to their conversation, rather than by joining in it. Though amusing to a degree far exceeding the ordinary conversations of a stage I coach, my memory retains only the following j fragment of it; and, as it consists of two anecdotes, (one Italian and the other English) which, though very simple ...

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[From the New York Catholic Diary.] ELECTION OF A PRESBYTERIAN BY CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

[From the New York Catholic Diary.] ELECTION OF A PRESBYTERIAN BY CATHOLICS. We request particular attention to the proceedings of an election in St. John’s, Newfoundland, rendered necessary by the promotion of a member of the House of Assembly to the Council or Upper House. The candidates were Mr. Hogan, a Catholic, and Dr. Carson, a Presbyterian. The great majority of the electors were Catholics, and, with the zealous co-operation of their Bishop, the Right Rev. Dr. Fleming, and his clergy, they effected the return of the Presbyterian, because he had distinguished himself as the advocate of free institutions in the colony—because he had been uniformly the friend of the poor and oppressed. In the words of Dr. Carson, “a Catholic Bishop blessed the cause of a Scotchman and a Presbyterian.” The Newfoundland Patriot gives the speech of Dr. Carson after his return. We make the following extract: — “No longer shall the free householders of Newfoundland be marshalled in tens, and driven ...

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[From the N. Y. Evening Post.] CHRISTIAN INTELLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

[From the N. Y. Evening Post.] CHRISTIAN INTELLIGENCER. There is a weekly paper published in this city under the title of the “ Christian Intelligencer,” which, as its name imports, professes to be devoted to the diffusion of information of a religious character, and not to meddle with secular affairs, particularly with those of a political or party nature. We are sorry to perceive that this journal is departing from the rule which it had laid down for itself. Our attention has been drawn to an article in the last Saturday’s number, in which the author indulges a deal of political cant of a most scandalous and unwarrantable description. The article appears as a communication, but is prefaced with an editorial paragraph commending “ the humble and candid frame of mind” and “ the evangelical spirit” in which the remarks are written. Our readers will place the right estimate on this candour and humility when we inform them that the article in ques- tion ascribes the existing commercial...

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England. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

England. The British parliament is convened for the 4th February. j The following taken from the London Standard, one of the most distinguished Tory papers in the United Kingdom indicates that Ministers are determined to introduce a radical reform in the Church | Establishment. It is confidently asserted in the ministerial circles, i that, at the commencement of the approaching ses- ; sion, Ministers are prepared to submit to Parliament j certain measures that will more astonish the country ! than any of their former exploits. The English church | Reform Bill will be, it is said by those who profess to | be in possession of “ the secrets of the prison house,” { if possible, a thousand fold more radical than the. measure awarded to Ireland. Lord John Russel is | said to be the principal assistant of the Lord Chancellor in preparing the bill. It is also rumoured, of course we take upon ourI selves the responsibility of vouching for the accuracy of the report, that among multifarious, ...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

Ireland. A considerable portion of Mr. Otway Cave’s estate, which was held by a middleman, lias recently come info his hands. The occupying ten-, ants, owing to a grinding rack-rent, were not only deeply indebted but steeped to the lips iu poverty and wretchedness. On the 10th ult, they were assembled at Castle Otway ; and language cannot describe the feelings of the poor fellows, when they were informed that henceforward they were to consider themselves the immediate tenants of Mr. Cave ; that their rents were ; consequently reduced in about the proportion of j a third part; and that the arrears due, amounting to several hundred pounds, were blotted out for ever.— Tipperary Free Press. It is said that Mr. Daniel O’Connell, junior, one of the younger sons of the Liberator and a brewer in Dublin, is to be the Repeal candidate | for Dungarvon, in opposition to Mr. Ponsonby, who will be brought forward by Government to succeed Mr. Lamb. Reclamation of Waste Lands. —-We find the followi...

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Latest foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

Latest foreign News. The New York papers of Monday contain translations from files of Havre papers to the j Ist Feb. and Paris to the 31st Jan. —received by the packet ship Sully, Capt. Pell, which sailed on the 2nd from Havre. The news is j two days later from Paris, one day from London, and a day from Madrid. It appears that the new ministry in Spain is most popular, and that there is every prospect that the Cortez will be convened the Ist May. A new and brighter prospect appears to be opening to the Spanish nation. The Journal des Debats of the 30th January says that a report had obtained prevalence that day, that Don Carlos had entered Spain at the head of 8000 men. They add that in all probability there is no foundation for the report. The news from Lisbon, byway of London, are favourable to the cause of Donna Maria : her forces have obtained more important advances than have yet signalized their efforts. The capture of Leira has spread great joy through Lisbon—it is considered...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] THE LAST DAY. BY OGILVIE. Behold! a cloud just opening on the view Illumed with dazzling light th’ ethereal blue ! On its broad breast a mighty angel came, His eyes were lightning, and his robes of flame ; O’er all his form the circling glories run. And his face lighten’d as the blazing sun: His limbs with heaven’s aerial vesture glow, And o’er his head was hung the circling bow. As shines the bright'ning steel’s refulgent gleam, When the smooth blade reflects the spangling beam, | Its light with quicken’d glance the eye surveys, | Green, gold, and crimson trembling as it plays : j So flamed his wings along th’ etherial road, And earth’s long shores resounded as he trod. i Sublime he tower’d! keen terror arm’d his eyes, And grasp’d the flaming bolt that rends the skies : One foot stood firmly on th’ extended plain Secure, and one repell’d the bounding main; He shook his arm ; —the lightning burst away : Thro’ heaven’s dark concave gleam’d the dazzl...

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Page 88 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

FESTIVAL OF ST. PATRICK. 1/ I jJIE members of the Irish Charitable Society, will Jk celebrate their annual festival, at the Howard St. House, on Monday the 17th Inst. Gentlemen wishing to dine with the Society, can obtain tickets by applying to the following gentlemen. Daniel Callaghan, James Bpyd, Richard Roache, Thomas Murphy, C. Mahoney, William P. M’Kay. Or at the bar of the Howard Street House. N. B As the number of tickets is limited, gentlemen would do well to supply themselves as early as possible. Dinner at 3 o’clock. March 15. JOHN TUCKER, See’y. DR. S. H. SMITH, No. 11, Atkinson Street.

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Page 88 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 15 March 1834

DEATHS. Michael Donoly, 52 years; Dennis Mahoney. 4 years: Wiiliam Fitzpatrick, 14 days ; Margaret M - Laughlin, 13 months ; Bridget M’Nabe, 5 weeks. /KjABINET FURNITURE, Chair, Feather Bed and Mattrass Warehouse, Nos. 25 & 27 Cornhill. J. NUGENT respectfully acquaints his friends and the public, that in consequence of the expiration of his lease, which terminates on the 1st of May next, and cannot have a renewal, he is determined to sell off the whole of his extensive Stock, at the very lowest prices for cash or approved credit. N. B. Feathers of different qualities and curled hair Maltrasscs very low. % March 15. 'Tjs'xlCKED UP, on or near the steps of the Catholic JJf* Church, some day last week, a neat Reticule containing a ball of yarn and some knitting needles—The owner may have the property, on calling at Mr. Mooney’s Book Store. March 15. Printing neatly executed at this Office.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 06(5? into fitmv, t ls xuff vuwv :—si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos ?—if god be for us, who is against us ?—rom. viii. xxx VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1834. NO. XII. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to appear every Saturday) by HENRY L. DEVERELX, 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, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE J ESUIt." BOSTON, MARCH 22, 1834.

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley] TRIUMPH OF THE GOSPEL. the fourth letter. — Continued. The Philosopher to Theodore. If their passions do not blind them, whence do they derive the audacity and temerity with which they persist in defending a system so badly established? Why do they exaggerate with all their might and with such great emphasis, the incomprehensible difficulties of religion, when they cannot but acknowledge that they have not as yet been able to prove any thing against the divine origin of its dogmas, that they cannot attack the sublimity of its morals, nor demonstrate the falsity of any point, of its sacred history ? On the contrary, they are forced to admit the life and death of its divine Founder, the wisdom and purity of his precepts, the grandeur and sublimity of the Scriptures, the relation of so many ocular witnesses, of so many truly apostolical men; they cannot deny the blood of so many martyrs, the accomplishment of so many prophecies, the striking proofs whi...

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[From the Shepherd of the Valley.] CATHOLIC MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

[From the Shepherd of the Valley.] CATHOLIC MISSIONS. Mr. Editor ; —The periodicals of different Sects have for a considerable time devoted a large portion of their columns to the “ Missionary operations” performed in various parts of the world. These sectarian papers teem with accounts of the wonderful effects which the Missionaries of these respective sects produce among the benighted heathens. Their labours, however, seem to be chiefly confined to the distribution of ridiculously translated Bibles, and still more ridiculously composed tracts, which they obtrude upon those poor benighted Pagans, who neither can read nor understand them. As for conversions to any of their motley creeds, it is now pretty well demonstrated by such as have had occasion to visit the different places, about which so much noise has been and still is made in the sectarian periodicals, that they are “ like angels visits,' few and far between,” and that the few “ hopeful converts” they have made, were, with...

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TO THE PROTESTANTS OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 22 March 1834

TO THE PROTESTANTS OF IRELAND. Can piety the discord heal; Or stanch the death-feuds enmity ? Can Christian love—can patriot zeal— Can love of blessed charity ? Fellow-Countrymen —Proverbs are “said to be the condensed wisdom of mankind, and so they are. Now it is an old and approved proverb, that “ one fact is worth a cart load of arguments.” Let me then suspend my logic for a space, and treat you to a fact worth crossing the Atlantic for. Attend to me, fellow-countrymen. It is this— Newfoundland has that which Ireland is deprived of, a local legislature. In the month of December, a seat in their House of Commons became vacant, and a writ of election having issued, the day of election was fixed. Two candidates offered themselves for the vacant seat. The first was Mr. Timothy Hogan—by birth an Irishman. He is a wealthy merchant, and by religion a Catholic. The second was Doctor Carson—by birth a Scotchman—by religion a rigid Presbyterian. 1 he great and overwhelming majority of the ...

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