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Rapacity of a Protestant Minister. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

Rapacity of a Protestant Minister. The Kent Herald, on the authority of an inhabitant of a village in Kent, states “ that on Easter Sunday last, immediately after the administration of the Sacrament, a poor family of this village brought their child, about twelve months old, to be buried at the hour previously appointed and agreed upon by them and our Minister. But, as they did not attend the Church being Methodist, he, the clergyman, would not permit the corpse_to be carried in KM he Church and the bearers perskting in their march, and not stopping till they deposited the coffin near the front, our worthy Minister flew into a violent passion, declared he would not bury the child at I; all, threw off his gown, and abruptly left them all in the Church. During th(? best part of half an hour that he was absent: the afflicted parents remained in an agonv of distress, from which they were at length relieved by the active interference of one of il theattendauts, who proceeded to the Parso...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

[From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.] Our late Irish files bring us the painful and melancholy news of the death of Mrs. Michael Joseph Barry, of Grand-Parade, Cork, and Sister to the Bight Rev. Doctor England. The death of Mrs. Barry adds another page of affliction to the history of our venerable and distinguished Prelate; but which we trust, he will meet on his arrival in llie land of his fathers, with the same Christian fortitude and resignation to the Divine Will, as he did the {|death of his beloved Sister Joanna Monica, here amongst us. Mrs. B. died on the 26ih of June, in the 38th year of her age, at Ballinlough Cottage, ■ within one mileof her native city, whither she was accustomed to go to spend the summer months with her amiable and virtuous family.—Of this Lady, it may be truly said, that she was pious without the least ! exhibition of ostentation, charitable to all, who stood in need, that she mourned with the mournful, that she fed tin-* hungry, clothed the naked, and ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

We learn with regret that Sister Mary Frances, one of the Religious and Ennobling Order of the Sisters of Charity, fell a victim to the Cholera, on the 30th ult. in one of the Cholera-Hospitals in Baltimore, where she and two others of the same society, had been administering consolation to the sick and the dying. She preserved her senses to the last moment, and even in death, edified numbers who witnessed the tragic end. On the day of her dissolution, among the numerous objects of her benevolent, charitable care, was a poor negro who had been seized by the merciless destroyer. While attending to this patient, Sister Mary Frances sickened, and w r as herself a corpse in eight hours after. Charity was her profession on earth ; she persevered in her heavenly vocation to the end. The Adorable Saviour, the God of cfiarity, has, we humbly hope, already crowned her with an unfading crown of glory in his celestial empire. The Rev. Mr. Hickey, the Mayor, the Board of Health, and numerous of...

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BIRTH-DAY OF O’CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

BIRTH-DAY OF O’CONNELL. The birth-day of the Emancipator of Erin, the great O’Connell, was lately celebrated in Washington city with all the spirit-stirring festivities, which the occasion was so well calculated to inspire. G. W. P. Custis, Esq., was the prominent orator of the day. We give the following extract from his eloquent speech. fCT Let the vile calumniators of glorious Erin and of her Catholic sons read what follows. It gives me sincere gratification to recognize among this respected assemblage, many members of the Old Association, fellow-labourers of the time when “ the morning lowered, and heavily in clouds brought on the day” of Erin’s better destinies. In the present bright prospects, my friends will remember the lines of Hope with which their former presiding officer was wont to cheer them, amid the gloom of earlier days—- “ That blessings ever wait on virtuous deeds, And tho’ a late, a sure reward succeeds.” “ Late,” indeed, after seven hundred years of degradation a...

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MR. O’CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

MR. O’CONNELL. Our readers will be gratified at the following portrait of O’Conxkll, drawn by Bulwer, an English Protestant, and Member of the House of Commons. Look at Mr. O’Connell. From the icy coldness with which that extraordinary man was received when he first entered the House, he has risen perhaps to be the most attractive debater that Assembly possesses. His style of Parliamentary speaking has, we believe, never been sketched. Let us hum- ; bly attempt to supply the omission. Daniel O’Connell has great advantages of person —he has all that appearance of power which height and robust proportions invariably give to the orator, without being the least corpulent or fleshy, without coming under Cicero’s anathema against the “Vastus.” He has great girth of chest—stands firm as a rock ; —his gestures are free, bold and warm—his countenance plays with all he utters —his mouth in particular indicates with great felicity the passion of the moment —frank in conciliation, bitter in sco...

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Another Proof of Catholic Charity. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

Another Proof of Catholic Charity. A few weeks since, we announced that fourteen sisters of charity had left St. Joseph’s Emmitsburg, for the purpose of attending on the sick and dying in the cholera hospitals of Philadelphia; and we now have the pleasure to stale that eight sisters deI;parted from Fredericktown yesterday morning, to attend in the hospitals of Baltimore. Their sell devotion is an admirable evidence of the purity of the principles which govern them, and must endear them j to the friends of humanity. —Fredericktown Herald.

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What is a Protracted Meeting ? [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

What is a Protracted Meeting ? A Protracted Meeting is a clerical, cunningly devised trap, made use of by aspiring and intriguing men, for the purpose of catching men, women, and children, by the wholesale, that their purposes may be brought about the sooner;- —a trap baited with the most poisonous and nauseous trash i imaginable, and it is a well established fact, that nearly all who enter into this sink of superstition, ignorance, and intrigue, never return with their former blessings, of health, happiness, cheerfulness and benevolence, —but foolishly barter them away, for the nauseous and sickening drugs of ignorance, I superstition and misery, if not despair, and in thous- [ ands of instances, abject insanity. —Liberal Advocate.

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. John Tardi, Quebec. Maurice Moriarty, .Montreal. Rev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. 'Rev. J. O’Callaghan, Burlington, Ft. James M’Nally, tswanton , Vt. Patrick: Mooney, ;■ Boston. ( Charlestown and Patrick Denvik, £ Lechmere Point. John Green, Milton. ■ Rev. J. Mahony, ( Lowell. Patrick Powers, “ j Capt. Newport, Calem. D. O’Callahan, Watertown, Mass. Rev. P. Connolly, Sandwich, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Whitefeld, Maine. Rev. John Corry, Taunton and Prov. Michael Kearney, Mew York. Patrick John MTNamara, Rochester, JS'. Y. Rev. F. O’Donohue, Saliva, JS'. F . Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn, -V. Y. John Manning, Albany , A. V. ~ _ C Ticondaroga, Essex Edward M'Coughin, j County, JS'. Y. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. _ ( Pleasant Hill, Chut , j JoJI * Spalding, J Co . M d. j John D. Murphy, Washington, JD. C. Rev. Mr. Van Lommel, Georgetown, D. C. Robert Camm, Norfolk, Va. Joseph llaseltine, Bardstown, Ky. Wm. S. ...

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Page 400 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

any INFORMATION concerning jXancy and Catherine M’Devitt , natives of Donegal, Ireland, who left St. John’s, New Brunswick, about ten weeks ago, for Eastport, Maine, will be gratefully received by their sister, Elizabeth M Devitt, at P. Harkin’s, No. 11, Cross Street, Boston, Mass. Aug. 31. ANY INFORMATION of Felix and Timothy M’Carthy, of the Parish of Carrickgaline, County Cork, Ireland, who arrived in New York nearly 7 years ago, and are supposed to be now working in the vicinity of Baltimore, will be thankfully received by their brother-in-law, John Desmond , Boston, Mass. Au gANY person knowing the present residence of JVlichael JVC Grath, late of Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Mass, would confer a favor on his son Patrick, who lately arrived from Ireland, by addressing a line to the care of Mr. John Dee, Ann Street, Boston, containing any information respecting him. Au g- 3 - ANY INFORMATION, relative to Thomas Rourke, a Pedlar, and a native of Kilnahussagh, parish of Clogher, ...

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Page 400 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 7 September 1832

TAILORING. 'fK'vANTEL M’GO WAN 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. MISS STEVENS’ SCHOOL FOR MISSES. No. 17, Franklin Flack. exercises for the morning from 9 until 12 o’clock, will be in those branches usually taught in Academies. The afternoon from 2 until 5 o’clock, will be devoted to Plain Sewing, I.ace, Muslin, Tapestry and Bead-work. Chinese Japaning, Oriental and Mezzo-tinting, Painting on Glass and Velvet, with various kinds of ornamental work, which will be taught at reduced prices. ■ Classes in ■ usic, Painting and Ornamental M ork, will be afended to on Wednesdays .and Saturdays, from 3 until 6 o’clock, P. M. a ay 18. CABINET WA...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER Ei o osog ii*sp {jf/w3v, “riff xad' i tfiuv ; —si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos? —if god be for us, who is against us ! non. vm. xxxi. VOL. 111. BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1832. NO. LI. UNITED STATES a^aaa»2iii | ®‘i3sr'jsi3i2a PUBLISHED BY HENRY I. 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, SEPTEMBER 14, 1832.

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[Extract from Mr. Butler’s Life of Bossuet.] Some account of the Conference of Bossuet with Mons. Claude. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

[Extract from Mr. Butler’s Life of Bossuet.] Some account of the Conference of Bossuet with Mons. Claude. The account which Bossuet has given of this conference is extremely interesting. It turned on some points of the most important ot all the articles in dispute between Roman Catholics, and Protestants,— the authority, by which Jesus Christ directed Christians to be governed, in the disputes, which, he foresaw, would arise on his doctrine. AH Roman Catholics, and all the Protestants of the old school assert, that these disputes should be decided by the church. But, when churches themselves are divided, the question must be, which of them is to be obeyed. The Roman Catholic says, it is that church, which existed before all other churches, and from which all churches, not in union with her, have separated. This description, they assert, applie- to the Roman Catholic church, and to no other. She therefore, in their opinion, is the mistress and judge, of controversies. Her authority, ...

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Catholic Promotion. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

Catholic Promotion. The Earl of Shrewsbury. — His Majesty has been pleased to confer, in the most gracious manner, upon the Earl of Shrewsbury, as Hereditary Lord High Steward of Ireland, the distinguished privilege of the private entree on court days, and other grand occasions, and for wearing the Windsor uniform.

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LANGUAGE OF THE SAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

LANGUAGE OF THE SAVIOUR. The Holy Ghost foretold by the prophets, that the Messiah should speak in parables,* that this was to be one of his characteristics ; and the evangelists : relate of Jesus Christ, that he never “ spoke to the | people but in parables.”t This manner of instructing has many advantages over all others, it is more adapted to the understanding of the illiterate, it attaches them without fatiguing them. It engraves on their mind more deeply the ' truth, which it presents under agreeable images; for all these reasons, it was that which a God-man ought to have adopted. All men do not easily conceive general maxims, 'and the generality of them are little fit to make the application of them to particular cases, and to the different situations in which they may find themselves in the course of their life, much less are they capable of locking up in their memory a long list of general maxims, of perceiving their relations, and :of drawing thence practical inferences The...

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REFORMATION HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

REFORMATION HINTS. It will not be possible for me to remove my family or to leave this town in all this week. But I trust that the Kilkenny assizes will be postponed. I have reason to entertain this hope, as 1 have pressed the point in a quarter likely to be successful. At all events, it is utterly out of my power to leave town this week. I cannot do it without subjecting mysell to the reproach of deserting interests here which I am pledged to support, although I have as deep an interest in the Kilkenny trials as any man can have. If I were there, I would remain to do that duty ; but being here. I must remain to do the duty I have undertaken here. Besides, the uncertainty as to the trials going on. I am sorry to perceive so much talk about “ poor laws” for Ireland. It would be impossible to bring them into Parliament, if we were all agreed upon them, before the next Session. It is, therefore, only foolish to be merely talking of them at the present moment —I say merely talking, beca...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

Cholera. —lt is with feelings of deep regret, that we this week announce the occurrence of 9 cases of cholera, all of which terminated fatally. They all, it seems, originated, (with one exception) in Elliot, near Warren st. and no apparent cause has as yet been assigned for the appearance of the disease in this particular spot; we cannot be too earnest in our admonitions regarding errors in diet or unnecessary exposure, and above all would strenuously urge the necessity of applying for medical aid on the first appearance of the premonitory symptoms. In one of our late Numbers we exposed the wilful perversion, which the Editor of the would-be-“ Christian Watchman” had given to the Judas-like exit of I the would-be-Rev. Thomas Barrett, a Baptist Minis-1 ter, who, according to the Watchman's statement,! died very suddenly, and that for him so “ to die” was “gain when, in reality, the unfortunate victim of! a false doctrine, and of the morality it is too well calculated to inspire, inge...

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THE BYRON-OAK. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

THE BYRON-OAK. The late Lord Byron was an advocate for Catholic Emancipation ; and while he cordially hated the damning corruptions so necessarily identified with the modern Church-and-State system of England, and when he had contrasted the lives of the Catholic and the law-established clergy, and could not but throw the entire weight of his preference into the scale of Catholicity, we are not to be surprised at the desire he expressed that his daughter should be educated as a Roman Catholic. Rich and numerous were the emanations of noble feeling that flowed from Byron’s mind ; frequent, and indeed constant, were the conflicts to which he eventually became a prey. His tutors and guardians in, and out of college, had they acted the part of a Mentor, or a Fenelon to him, instead of pandering to his passions, with the wicked view of promoting their mammon interests, might have so formed his heart and mind as to ex- , hibit him to the world’s eye, as one of the true Lords 1 of the creat...

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Merited tribute of respect to Bishop England, of South Carolina. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

Merited tribute of respect to Bishop England, of South Carolina. Nearly every variety of religious belief finds its supporters in Charleston, and the clergy of all denominations are highly and deservedly respected.— During the period of my residence there, Dr. England, the Roman Catholic Bishop, was the most distinguished for talent and energy of character. He is one of the best argumentative orators I have ever heard from the pulpit, and his afternoon discourses were always delivered to crowded audiences, composed in part of the wealthiest and best educated Protestants in the city. His regular congregation was extremely poor, and he was under the necessity of keeping a school, to augment his slender income. Assuredly, I never considered him a less worthy representative of the Apostles on that account; and when the propriety of granting large incomes to the dignitaries of our own church is insisted upon, in order to procure for them the respect and deference of the laity, I always t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

Obituary. —The Rev. Michael M’Namara, for several years Roman Catholic Pastor of Rochester, expired in j Chili, near this place, on the 30th of August, aged 39. Hewas a native of the city of Limerick, Ireland. His assiduity! and piety have mainly contributed to the prosperity of the congregation ; and his persevering exertions have aided largely in the erection of their spacious church in Rochester. Bene-; volent in feeling, unassuming in manners, and liberal in principle, (though strict and zealous in the exercise of his clerical functions) he was generally esteemed by the citizens of his acquaintance, of all sects. The interest felt in his fate was testified by the very large concourse that attended the removal yesterday of his remains to the church in Rochester. Died —on the 7th inst. at Fredericktovvn, Md. of Bilious Fever, Mr. Patrick M’Elroy, in the 32d year of his age. —He was born in the parish of Clogher, Tyrone, Ireland. May they rest in peace. Amen.

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