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[From the Catholic Miscellany.] RIGHT REV. DOCTOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

[From the Catholic Miscellany.] RIGHT REV. DOCTOR ENGLAND. Hayti. —We had a short time since laid bet fore our readers an extract of a letter from this prelate, in which be gave some idea of the state j of religion in the islands of Gnadaloupe and St. Thomas. We have’ conversed with him upon the state of the church in Hayti; for the regu- ! lation of which, he had been invested by the I Holy See, with legantine powers of the fullest extent. He remained between five or six weeks at Port-au-Prince, and had ample opportunity of learning from various sources, as well as from his own observation, the situation of the church in the island. Though it is far from being pleasing, yet he entertains considerable hopes that it will improve. The peculiar nature of the revolutions and convulsions which have spread such ruin over that country, were spe- dally destructive of religious order, and disastrous to discipline. The want of a sufficiently numerous clergy, and the character of the great bul...

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Copy of the Brief. To the President, &c. GREGORY, XVI. Pontiff. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

Copy of the Brief. To the President, &c. GREGORY, XVI. Pontiff. Grace and Apostolic Benediction. Numerous and frequent reports, as well as the correspondence* of your ministers, have informed the chief See of Rome, in which we by the grace of God, are placed, of the zeal which distinguishes Your Excellency, and of your ardent desire to see that { Catholic religion, which the constitution of the Rej public of Hayti decreed the religion of the state, j flourish and become firmly established. These sentiments, so worthy of a Christian, and of an enlightj ened chief, have penetrated us with the liveliest ! satisfaction, both because we hope that they will greatly contribute to the increase of the glory of God j and the eternal salvation of souls ; and because they will be for you, whom we have long since cherished in Jesus Christ, an honourable distinction, during the whole course of your life ; and will merit for you in eternity, great and unspeakable rewards. It is true th...

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[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] BAUTAIN ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE 19tH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

[From the Edinburgh Catholic Magazine.] BAUTAIN ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE 19tH CENTURY. i De L’Enseignement de la Philosophic en France, au dixneuvieme Siecle. — Par L' Abbe Bautain, Profesmr de Philosophic a la Facttlte des Lettres de Strasbourg, Docteur en Medecine, etc. etc. | On the methods of teaching Philosophy in the nineteenth century.— By the Abbe Bautain, Professor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Letters at Strasbourg, 31. D. Sfc. fyc. Strasbourg. Chez Feorier 1833. Pp. 90. The author of this valuable pamphlet is one of the brightest lights of the church in France at the present day. Not many years ago, M. L. Bautaiu was a Deist, but he was converted thoroughly from infidelity, principally by attentive study of the holy Scriptures. He became a sincere chrisj tian, and aspired to the ecclesiastical state. After ! the venerable Dr. Trevern became bishop of j Strasbourg, he spoke thus of M. Bautain : “ You j woyld see in my seminary, a professor of philosoj phy, the pearl of t...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

NOTICE. Of the Sermon preached in Glasgow, on Sunday, October 20, 1833, at the Consecration of the Right Rev. Dr. John Murdock, Bishop of Castabala, and coadjutor of the Right Rev. Dr. Andreic Scott, Vicar Apostolic of the Western District of Scotland. By the Rev. Charles Fraser of Aberdeen. Aberdeen, 1833, pp. 30. When We heard this eloquent discourse delivered, with all that commanding dignity of deportment, ease and gracefulness of action, and power of elocution, which justly place its author among the first preachers of the day, we felt, as we have no doubt the thousands who hung with rapture on his accents did, a soul-stirring emotion, which made us forget, for a while, all sublunary things. Nor has the perusal of it, in its present tangible shape, altered our opinion of its transcendent merits. Rarely, indeed, are the qualifications, which alone constitute a true orator, those of writing and speaking with equal facility and effect, combined in the same individual, in proof of ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

At a meeting held in the chapel on last Sunday, agreeably to notice, the following sums were paid in j by some of the Collectors of the Wards hereinafter j mentioned, viz: Ward No. 2, - - - - $74 31 Ward No. 3, 36 75 Ward No. 6, - - - - - 41 00 Ward No. 8, .... 122 00 Ward No. 9.—lst District, - - 14 50 Ward No. 11, - - - - 11 00 I Ward No. 12, .... 31 00 Roxbury, .... 52 00 Total, - - - •- - $382 66 The Collectors of the other Wards were not prepared for payment at this meetihg. It being inconvenient for Mr. John M Kay to serve any longer as Collector in the third district of Ward No. 9, in consequence of his removal to the country, his resignation was accepted, and the book he had had in charge, was delivered up to Mr. Phillip Purcell. We have just seen a critical review of Rev. J. K. Converse’s Calvinistic Sermon, by the Rev. J. O’Callaghan, R. C. Priest at Burlington, Vermont; and we have been highly delighted with the perusal of it. We should be glad to see it scattered in ever...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

The following account was given by the Nobleman himself, to the Rev. N. Rigby of Egton Bridge, in a letter, dated January 3, 1834. Dear and Rev. Sir— I was ordained deacon in the church of England, about Christmas, j 1822, being satisfied at the time that all was right in that church, although I had not taken much pains to study the grounds and principles j of its establishment. When I entered upon active employment as a clergyman, I was natuj rally led to seek information more fully ; I often j used to read and admire the church Liturgy, i but often wondered how such a beautiful work could have been produced in the midst of such confusion and wickedness, as I learned from Protestant histories, had accompanied all the proceedings of the chief actors in the Reforma- | tion of England. I had been brought up in the habit of looking on the Catholic church as a mass of errors, and little did I think at that time, that all that 1 admired in the church of England* J Liturgy, was merely an ...

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England. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

England. House of Commons —February 17. —Mr. O’Connell presented a petition from Clondalkin, in the county of Dublin, praying for the Repeal of the Legislative Union. He would not further detain the House on the present occasion, than by observing that the petition was most respectably signed—the first name (Arrabin) to it being the signature of a gentleman who was one of the oldest. Grand Jurors in the county, and who, only a very short time ago, held very different sentiments on the question. If any of the Ministers had been present, he would have asked them to look at that petition—afthe effect of the language which they had put into his Majesty’s mouth. Mr. Fitzsimon and Mr. Ruthven supported the petition. Mr. O’Connell then presented petitions for the Repeal of the Legislative Union, from the parish of Crewstown, in the county of Meath ; from the parishes of Lady’s Island, Gorey, Templetown and St. James’s in the county of Wexford ; from “ Carnew and the men of Shillelagh"—(a l...

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POETEY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

POETEY. [From the Catholic Herald.] II YMIfUS. Oh Jesus ! ego amo te; Nec amo te, ut salves me, Aut quia non amantes te ASterno punis igne. Tu, Tu, mi Jesu totura me Amplexus es in cruce, Tulisti clavos, lanceam Multam que ignominiam. Innumeros dolores Sudores et angores Ac mortem, et h®c proper me— Ac pro me peccatore. Cur igitur non aroem, O Jesu amantissime ? Non ut in ccelo salves me, Aut in teternum damnes me, Nec prsemii ullius spe : Sed sicut tu amasti me, Sic amo et amabo te: Solum quia rex meus es Et solum quia Jesus es. Amen. F. Xavier. Having met accidentally with this very beautiful translation of Xavier’s Hymn, we subjoin it to the original. HYM N . By St. Francis Xavier. —“ Oh Jesu ego amo te.” TRANSLATION. Oh God ! my spirit loves but thee, Not that in heaven its home may be, Nor that the souls that know not thee, Shall groan in fire eternally. But thou, on the accursed tree In mercy hast embraced me, For me the cruel nails, the spear, The ignominious scoff didst bear...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, on CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Fifth Vol. of the JESUIT, on CATHOLIC SENTINEL. [ Mr. John Cahil Halifax. Rev. James Dumphy...„ !..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, Yt. Rev. Simon Walsh Middlebury. Patrick Mooney Boston, Mass. Patrick Donvir Charlestown. Rev. J. J. Curtin Lowell. Patrick Powers « Rev. C. Canavan Sandwich. Rev. W. Wiley Salem. Rev. P. Connolly Canton. i Rev. J. Corry. Taunton. Rev. James Fitton Hartford, Conn. Rev. J. M Dermott New Haven. Rev. P. Connolly Providence, R. I. Rev. J. Corry Newport. Mr. John Doyli; New York. Mr. T. 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. J. Haseltine Bardstown, Ky. M. O Dillon Savannah, Geo. Rev. Martin Kundy Cincinnati, OhioRev. H. P. Miles Zanesville, F. C. Hase Penyville, Mis. Rev. Mr. Jeanjean New Orleans...

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CONVERSION OF THE HON. AND REV. GEORGE SPENCER, Son of the present Lord Spencer, and Brother of Lord Althorp. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

CONVERSION OF THE HON. AND REV. GEORGE SPENCER, Son of the present Lord Spencer, and Brother of Lord Althorp.

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Page 128 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

MARRIAGES. William Doyle and Catherine Maccabee. DEATHS, Lucy White, 18 months; Margaret Clear, 2 1-2 years ; Bridget Donovan, 10 weeks ; Dennis M Carthy, ,10 years ; Frances Gray, 40 years ; Bridget Carroll, 65 years ; John O’Brien, 25 years ; James Finn, 3 days. lf John and James Kearns, sons of JNJ Thomas and Judith Kearns, from the county of Meath, Ireland, be living, they are informed that their Mother is in Boston/ and is anxious to see them. March 29. N FORM A TIO X WANTED of James Fitzpatrick, who left Belfast, Ireland, about fourteen years ago ; when last hoard from, (seven years since) he was at St. John’s, New Brunswick. Also of -Peter Fitzpatrick, who left Dublin about ton years ago, and has not since been heard of. They were natives of the county Cavan, where their aged mother still resides, and who is most anxious to obtain some information respecting them. April 5. /CABINET FURNITURE, Chair, Feather Bed and Mattrass Warehouse, Nos. 25 & 27 Comb)!!. J. NUGE...

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Page 128 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 19 April 1834

OBITUARY - Died at Pleasant Point, Maine, on the Ist ult, Mary, wife of the Governor of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Indians, 78, and 7th, Francis Joseph, Governor of the same, 99—a worthy man. He early espoused the cause of America in the Revolutionary war, and was of essential service in keeping the enemy at bay on the eastern frontier. He was the individual who shot the cockswain of a man of war’s boat at an extraordinary distance, while approaching Machias for the purpose of destroying the town.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 April 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qeig intQ f tl uibv, rig xaff f^UWV ; —SI DELS PRO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US? ROM. VIII. XXXI. VOL. y. BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1831. NO. XVII. 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 JESU IT. BOSTON, APRIL. 26, 1834.

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THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 April 1834

THE DUCHESS OF BERRI IN LA VENDEE. AN EXTRACT. CONTINUED. Scarcely had I advanced thirty paces from the castle, when a trumpeter of gendarmerie overtook me, out of breath, and told me that the Duchess of Berri commanded me to return to her that minute ; he added, that her Royal Highness seemed in a great rage with me. I asked him it he knew the cause of this sudden anger. He replied that, from some words which the Duchess had said to Mademoiselle de Kersabiec, he attributed it to the circumstance of M. de Menars having been taken to the tower instead of to an apartment next to her’s. Fearing that ail the respect and attention which I had directed to be shown to this gentleman might not have been paid him, I immediately went to his apartment, and found him so ill, that he had thrown himself upon his bed without having strength to undress himself. I offered to act as his valet-de-chambre, but as there was yet neither chair nor table in his room, and he could not stand, tin* was by' no...

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SYSTEMA THEOLOGICUM DE LEIBNITZ. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 April 1834

SYSTEMA THEOLOGICUM DE LEIBNITZ. Paris, 1819.* Of the illustrious names that adorned the 17th and ISth centuries, few have obtained a higher celebrity than Godfrid William Leibnitz. Amidst a wide field of prominent figures, he rose in bold relief. His master mind grappled with every subject within the circle of the sciences : and, in the ; various departments of mathematics, physics, jurisprudence, history and antiquities, he struck out sparks and scattered lights, and thought and wrote as acutely and profoundly, as if a given single branch had been the exclusive object of his investigation. In mathematics, he contended lor supremacy with Newton ; in metaphysics he ranged without a rival; and had the honour of establishing a school of philosophy, where bis system was received as law, where great men enrolled themselves his disciples, and undertook to develope, expound and enforce his doctrines.— “ His authority,” says Reid, “is still so great in many parts of Germany, that they are ...

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[From Andrews’ Orthodox Journal.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 April 1834

[From Andrews’ Orthodox Journal.] Sir —What the sentiments of an unprejudiced and candid Englishman may be, when reading the historic annals of Britain, he seriously reflects | upon her past and present condition, it is impos--1 sible for me to say; but judging from my own feelings, (although not an Englishman) on such j[ perusal and reflection, I am inclined to suppose, 1 that his meditations cannot be of a very enviable nature; for if the least spark of patriotism burns within his breast, his mind must be occupied with jj contending emotions of sorrow, disgust and deep ; humiliation, at the fallen and degraded condition of his country ; whilst a feeling of virtuous indig- | nation must arise against the wretched authors of the system which has reduced her to the miseraI ble situation in which she is now placed. There j teas a time when England was free and happy, ; when she was the terror of her enemies, the glory of her friends, the mistress of the seas and a pattern to every oth...

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THE LAST AND TRAGIC MOMENTS OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 April 1834

THE LAST AND TRAGIC MOMENTS OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS. The following eloquent and pathetic relation ofthe truly heroic and pious conduct of this most highlygifted and beautiful woman, but most unfortunate and cruelly-treated princess, in her last moments, is taken from the History of Scotland, written by the late Rev. James Carruthers, of Newabbey Catholic chapel, and will be read with the deepest pity for her misfoitunes, and the strongest indignation at the injustice and unfeeling barbarity of her enemies ; “ Mary had heard the denunciation of her death with a composure and religious fortitude that awed and affected the beholders. Her servants, when left alone with their mistress, burst into tears and sorrowful lamentations. Mary, whilst she experienced a melancholy pleasure in their kind condolence, endeavoured to console them, saying, ‘ This is not a time to weep, but to rejoice. In a few hours you will see the end of my misfortunes. My enemies may now say what they please, but the...

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[From Bell’s New Weekly Messenger, March 9.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 April 1834

[From Bell’s New Weekly Messenger, March 9.] [We are in the predicament, this week, either of subjecting ourselves to a visitation of eighteenpence for the Commissioners of Stamps, or of giving our readers an item of “ Cobbettwe prefer doing the former, and accordingly proceed to advertise a new work from the eternal pen of the Hon. Member for Oldham, which will, of course, be anxiously looked for by his “ black boys,” the Hampshire Parsons, and by the Divine World in general. All the rest of yesterday's Register is quotation I unless it be a brief remark, that all the Rail-Road projects are “ unnatural efforts, arising out of the resources of the country having been drawn unnaturally together into great heaps." We differ from Mr. Cobbett in this ; and attribute them all, in the first instance, to that of which the contemplation has so often made the informing spirit of Bolt-Court ‘like mad’ “Heddekash6n.”l

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FATE OF THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 26 April 1834

FATE OF THE CHURCH. “This church is manifestly on her last legs. She is, this very year, two hundred and eighty-six years ouD ! A good round age.— Siie was created by act of Parliament, span new, in the year 1548, in the 2d year of the reign of the Protestant saint, King Edward the Sixth. The act states, that the Common Prayer-book was made with the 1 aid of the Holy Ghost but the same Parliament that enacted it, repealed it, when the Royal Protestant saint died. Repealed! Repeal that which had been made * by the aid of the Holy Ghost!' Hold your tongue, reader; we are not to pretend to understand high matters like this. However, it was in about five years reenacted; and it has continued to this day ; how many days longer it will continue, I do not pretend to say ! That the old Dame is going the way of all flesh, must be evident to every one ; and all good men must desire that she should go in a proper manner; that justice should lake place : and that the thing should be effectually...

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