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

The following new publications we earnestly recommend to all who are serious inquirers alter truth, as well as to those who wish to attain a correct knowledge of the great truths of the I Catholic religion. They are works, small in size, but replete with highly instructive and interesting matter, and which can easily be perused by those who have not much time to devote to reading : 1. Letters on the Spanish Inquisition. — Arare ivork, and the best which has ever appeared on the subject: by M. Le Comte Joseph Le Maistre; —translated 'from the French, with additional notes and illustrations : by T. J. O’Flaherty, S. E. C.— l 2 mo. Per doz. $6, retail, 62 1-2 cents. 2. Proofs of the True Church, in two parts: '.—by Clement Winceslaus, 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 also, to persons of every sex, a...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITES STATES INTELLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITES STATES INTELLIGENCER. j John Tahbi, Quebec. ' Maurice Mohiartv, Montreal. : Rev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. i Rev. J. O’Callabhah, Burlington, I t. I James M’Nally, Swan ton, Vt. \ Patrick Mooney, Boston. j ■ \ Charlestown and j Patrick Denvir, \ Lechmere Point. \ John Green, Milton. ! Rev. J. Mahont, i, Lowell. I-Patrick Powers, { “ Capt. Newport, Salem. U. O’Callahan, Watertown, Mass. ( Rev. P. Connolly, Sandwiih, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Ti 'hit e fie Id, Maine. :Rev. John Corry, Taunton and Frov. I Michael Kearney, A tic York. : Patrick John M’Xamara, Rochester, AT. Y. Rev. F. O’Donohue, Satina, JV. Y. Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn, M. V. John Manning, Hbany, A’. Y. _ ( Ticondaroga, Essex .Edward M‘Coughin, | County, M. Y. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. ( Pleasant Hill, Chas. .John Spalding, | C o. Md. I John D. Murphy, Washington, I). C. jßev. Mr. Van Lommel, Georgetown, D. C. Robert Camm, JVorfolk, Va. .Joseph Haseltine, Bardstnwn, ...

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Page 408 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

ANY INFORMATION concerning J\"ancy 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, jatP. Harkin’s, No. 11, Cross Street, Boston, Mass. Aug. 31. i ANY INFORMATION of Felix and Timothy M’Car\thy, of the Parish of Carrickgaline, County Cork, Ireland, !who arrived in New York nearly 7 years ago, and are suppos:ed to be now working in the vicinity of Baltimore, will be Ithankfully received by their brother-in-law, John Desmond, | Boston, Mass. -Mig. 24. ANY INFORMATION, relative to Thomas Rourke, a Pedlar, and a native of Kilnahussagh, parish of Clogher, Tyrone, Ireland, who resided in Albany, in 1824, will be thaukI fully received at the Office of this Paper. Aug. 3. FRANCIS LAFFERTY | VBTfAS purchased a Carriage for the accommodation tJf jL of his friends and the public. He will be grateful for any patronage with which they may honor him. H...

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Page 408 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 14 September 1832

Amicable Discussion, by the Right Rev. J. F. M. Trevern Bishop of Strasbourg, late Bishop of Aire. Reeve’s History of the Bible. Baxter’s Meditation. Meditations of St. Augustine. Papist Represented and Misrepresented. Duke of Brunswick’s Fifty Reasons. Ward’s Errata. Real Principles of Catholics. Catholic Manual. Catholic Psalms and Hymns. Poor Man’s Manual. Garden of the Soul. Spiritual Combat. Fleury’s Historical Catechism. Hay’s Abridgment of the Christian Doctrine, i Cobbet’s Letters. Key of Paradise. | Prince Hohenlohe’s Prayer Book. Pious Guide. Christian's Guide. Vade Mecuum. Paths to Paradisf. Children’s Companion. Pocket Missals. Father Rowland. Indian Cottage. Pise s History of the Christian Church. Lingard’s History of England. Robin's Ancient History. Lingard’s Tracts. Devout Communicant. Think well on it. Manning’s shortest way to end Disputes. Letters on Religious Subjects, between a Dissenting Minister, at Birmingham, and a Roman Catholic. Gobbiuet’s Instruction for ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. Ei o &sog iiirsg 'Jjfiuv, rig xod’ ; — si deus pro nobis, quis contra nos?—ip god be for us, who is against us?—roji. vm. xxxi. VOL. 111. BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTE3IBER 21, 1832. KO. JAJ. XJ2TITEI) STATES PUBLISHED BY HENRY L. DEVEREUX, FOB THE PROPRIETORS. Terms—3 dollars per annum in advance. All communications must be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Office 32 Congress Street. . ■- i THE INTELLIGENCER. BOSTON, SEPTEAIBER 21, 1832.

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IRELAND. [From an Irish Paper.] ANOTHER BUCKTHORN FOR THE BLACK SLUGS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

IRELAND. [From an Irish Paper.] ANOTHER BUCKTHORN FOR THE BLACK SLUGS. How long shall men be tortured as wild beasts, For bloated Bishops and for pampered Priests ? Figaro in Dublin. Parsons ! —You think that there is nobody in the world like yourselves. You fancy you are the only rightful and righteous inheritors of the laws and the prophets. Small blame to you, Parsons, for believing yourselves to be the only inheritors of the Laivs. By Law you stand and move and have your being ; without it, you might e’en go hang yourselves like Judas, wiio sold his Master for thirty pieces of silver. Had you no law' to protect you, the common sense of mankind would prevail over the “established” and corporate humbug, and you would be just where you ought to be in the estimation of all rational beings. But you have Lain at your side, and much good may it do you— if it can. Now, Parsons, as to your sole and exclusive possession of the Prophets, and all that—l am afraid your title is only so so. '...

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A BLISTER FOR THE HOLY PLUNDERERS OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

A BLISTER FOR THE HOLY PLUNDERERS OF THE MOON. By Timothy Tabernacle, Esq., M. D. Dearly Beloved in the Lord! —I lament to find, you still cling to the vain hope that your strong holds; of mammon and hypocrisy will be rebuilt by the; strong arm of the law, notwithstanding the unconquerable determination of the People of the Moon to I save your precious souls from eternal perdition, by j charitably refusing to afford you the means of living! like Eastern Nabobs. But, Gentlemen hypocrites and tithe-eaters, let me whisper a good secret intoi your cars. Believe me, that no law can continue} long, when the people are once enlightened so far ; as to see that such a law is based upon nothing but absurdity and injustice. When you plead the law of the land (God bless it!) in defence of cattle-driving, process-serving, pot-and-blanket seizing, and pea-sant-grinding, you imagine your consciences are as safe and as sound as if they were enclosed in a tor-toise-shell; and you are perfectly right...

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[From the Southern Reporter.] MACROOM ANTI-TITHE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

[From the Southern Reporter.] MACROOM ANTI-TITHE MEETING. One of the most numerous and respectable meetings ever witnessed in this part of the County, was held in Macroorn, for the purpose of petitioning Parliament for the abolition of Tithes. Fergus O’Con-' nor, Esq. of Fort-Robert, in the Chair. In consequence of a notice of the above meeting, being given by the Rev Mr. Walsh, P. P., to the congregated multitudes who appeared in Macroorn on Friday last, to witness one of our abortive tithesales, the people of the surrounding parishes began to march into the town in regular processions, every person, almost, bearing in his hand a green branch, as the emblem of peace, and as they passed through the different streets leading to the square, they were; greeted with cheers from the townspeople, who met them as they advanced, and also from the windows! of the houses, which were crowded with fair faces,; anxious to participate in this national and heart-stir-ring scene. At an early hour o...

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Is it the common Duty of all Men to be in the Cathalic Communion ? [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

Is it the common Duty of all Men to be in the Cathalic Communion ? Important chapter for Presbyterians, Calvinists and other sectarian ministers, who would fain impose themselves and their systems as Orthodox upon an honest community. Answer. It is. And this is so very certain, that few or no Christian societies have ever doubted of it. But before I come to the proofs of this answer, something must be said concerning the ecclesiastical use of the word Catholic. According to which use, it signifies both orthodox and universal. So that the Catholic Communion is a joining in sacraments and public prayer with the universal and othodox j Church of Christ, the Church of all ages since his j time, and in a limited sense, the Church of all nations. And a Catholic is a member of the true and universal Church, adhering to Christ, and to the governors j whom he appointed. For because Christians were, or might be divided into different sects and communions ; therefore the word Catholic, was ins...

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Catholic Monks versus modern, marrying, money-making, mock-missionaries. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

Catholic Monks versus modern, marrying, money-making, mock-missionaries. The following testimony furnished hy Protestant writers, land which the impartial reader may find in Cobbett’s History of the would-be Reformation, must-be interesting to every well-disposed mind whose object is the investigation and adoption of Truth, that maketh wise unto salvation. A neat edition of said work, printed by Mr. J. Doyle, of New York, can be had at Mr. Mooney’s Store in this city, at 50 cents per copy. Mallet. History rf the Swiss, Vol. 1, p. 105. 1“ The monks softened by their instructions, the feroI clous manners of the people, and opposed their credit to the tyranny of the nobility, who knew no other occupation than war, and grievously oppressed their neighbours. On this account, the government of monks was preferred to theirs. The people sought them for Judges. It was an usual saying, that it was better to be governed by the Bishop's crosier, than the Monarch’s sceptre .” Drake. Literary Hou...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

No fatality from cholera, this week, in our city. We fee! grateful to M. O’Dillon, Esq. Savannah, Geo. and our friend F. C. Hase, Esq,, Mo. j T.he communication of Rev. A. W. of Baltimore arrived to late for insertion. It can, should he think proper, be laid over for the forth-coming volume.

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One word to our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

One word to our Subscribers. 'lhe present Number concludes this Volume and i the third year of our Editorial career. We find, on | looking over our Books, that a considerable amount of money is due to the Establishment, and that the number of defaulters is far greater than honesty, or j honor can approve. What scandal, shame and injustice ! ! ! The heavy expenses we have had to incur in conjducting the United States Catholic Intelligencer, and the conscientious manner in which we I have endeavoured to meet them, compel us, however reluctantly, to declare once more to such defaulters, that they should not thus in defiance of the laws of God and man, covet and keep their “ neighbour’s goods ;” and that they are bound, under penalty of the most awful consequences in the other world, to come forward and pay off such demands to the very last farthing. Under what possible obligation have such persons laid us, unless it be to sue them according to justice ? Have we ever received from any o...

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BURLINGTON CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

BURLINGTON CHURCH. The Right Rev. Bishop Fenwick returned to this city last week—having travelled over twelve hundred miles, in the visitation of the different parts of the Diocess of Boston, since the Ist of July last. llis last journey was to Burlington, Vt., where he consecrated, on the 9th inst., tha beautiful new Catholic Church recently erected in that city ; and on the same day administered the holy sacrament of Confirmation to twenty-seven individuals of both sexes. It is truly gratifying to have it in our power to state, that the increase of Catholicity in that quarter, has, of late, exceeded all expectation. But a very few years ago three or four families of poor Catholics and a few scattered Canadians alone constituted the entire Catholic congregation of Burlington ; a congregation which now exceeds one thousand in number, either resident there or in its immediate neighbourhood. Nor is the Catholic population confined to the vicinity of this city—it is gradually extending...

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CITY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

CITY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE. Another tribute of respect to the characteristic charity and inseparable excellence of the Roman Catholic church, so justly famed through the world and, in spite of the world, as the only church of Christ. A communication was received from the Mayor, enclosing a note from the Rev. Mr. Elder, and a copy of the letter, addressed by the Mayor to the Sisters of Charity, in obedience to a resolution of the Council. St. Mary’s Collvof, ) Baltimore, Sept. 6, 1832. 5 Wm. Stecart, Esq., Mayor of city of Baltimore. Dear Sir : —Yours of the Ist inst. enclosing the unanimous resolution of the City Council in favour of the Sisters of Charity, together with your letter accompanying the same, have been received, and forwarded by mail to the Rev. John Francis Hickey, Superior of the Sisters of Charity. In acknowledging the receipt of the communication, I cannot but think myself fortunate, iti being the instrument in handing it to the Superior, and, in the name of the Sist...

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Is not this the will of a sin-hating Providence ? [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

Is not this the will of a sin-hating Providence ? Spontaneous Combustion. — A few days since some persons in the western part of this town made a large tent, for use at camp meetings, &c. It contained about 100 yards of cotton cloth filled with oil, &.c. to make it proof against rain. Before it was entirely dry, it was rolled up one evening and laid in a building. The next morning it was found on fire, and the greater part of it consumed. Spontaneous combustion often originates in oil and cotton, oil and wool, and sometimes in oil and wood.—Hampshire Gazette.

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Phariseeism in Sheep’s Clothing. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

Phariseeism in Sheep’s Clothing. Economy of Missionaries. —Rev. J. Knapp, Watertown, N. Y. writes, that many of his church, encouraged by the example of their pastor, have resolved to go for the whole in the Temperance reform, and a bowl of cold water, morning, noon, and evening, supplies the place of coffee and tea. A plain dress Society has been formed among the sisters.— Mr. Knapp had lately attended a protracted meeting, the exercises of which had, he believed, issued in the conversion of a number.

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Married Ministers versus the Celibacy of the Catholic Clergy. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

Married Ministers versus the Celibacy of the Catholic Clergy. Rev. F. A. Strale.— The case of this gentleman, sentenced on Saturday last by our County Court, to five years imprisonment in the State Prison, for attempt at rape, has been the occasion of some excitement; and we now deem that public justice requires an outline of the attendant circumstances at our hands, which, from regard to those connected with the unhappy man, who are every way respectable, and whose feelings we would by no means unnecessarily wound, we shall make brief as possible. Mr. Strale has been a clergyman of the Presbyterian order, by birth a Norwegian, 35 years of age we should judge of prepossessing appearance, and high literary attainments. He has of late conducted the Female Seminary at Great Bend, Pa. until within a few months past, when he removed his school to this place,and continued it as the Binghamplon Academy, j The subject of the outrage was a daughter of his wife by a former husband. The Grand ...

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Merited Eulogium. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

Merited Eulogium. Irish Peaantry. —Among the virtues which dis- | tinguish the Irish peasantry, there is none which /shines with tore brilliancy than their filial piety.— No nation cai pay more respectful attention and implicit obedietce to their parents. As there are no , parish work-ouses in Ireland, the country would abound with estitute old people, were it not for the /gratitude of heir progeny. The Irish peasantry, /especially them ountaineer, protects his parents in the il decline of ther years. The'mother assists in carding, spinning,or nursing; the father hobbles about directing the pung men at their work. At night, the best and eaiestseat is appropriated to the ancient father or mothr; and the best food is served up to 1 1 them. “It iseally,” says a traveller who had seen | much of the haits of these people, “an edifying and ; lovely sight tobehold the respectful attention paid by these peasats to their aged parents, while the grand-children are taught to address them in th...

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Extract from the writings of the great O’Leary. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 21 September 1832

Extract from the writings of the great O’Leary. In spite of the reference given by the doctor to Cato and Socratesover the Christian clergy, and 1 the sufficiency of he law of nature to regulate the j conduct of man, wean assure him, that under the | direction of a Chstian mother, who never studied philosophy, a chihimbibes sublimer notions of di-j vinity,and purer leas of virtue, than Plato everj taught in the acadny, or Aristotle in the Lyceum.! What were those lasted sages w'hom our modern |j Free-thinkers so ten introduce on the stage, as j paragons of wisdoi, in cyder to play the dazzling| glass in the eyes olthe unwary, hy making reason | their only oracle, nd painting religion as priestcraft ? Some doubd of their own existence, and consequently of thexistence of a God, who never concerned himself the affairs of mortals, equally indifferent about v.e or virtue; wdio, to use the words of Lucretim “ ne’er smiles at good, ne’er frowns at wicked d;ds.” Some consider the Supreme Be...

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