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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

The only Means, by which it can be ascertained, WITH ABSOLUTE CERTITUDE, WHAT ARE the Doctrines of Faith, the Moral Precepts, and the Religious Observances, which were DELIVERED BY CHRIST, IN THE REVELATION, AND Institution of the Christian Religion, is the Promulgation of his Law, made by the Authority of the Ministry, which Christ instituted for that purpose. — That, which Christ commanded to be believed and to be observed, constitutes his law—a law is made known by authoritative promulgation. — The old law was promulgated by Motes, and the ministry of the Priesthood. —Christ revealed his new law to Peter, and his other Apostles. —He ordained that the knowledge of what he had taught aiid commanded, should be communicated to all nations, by the authoritative promulgation of his law, made by his Apostles, and their successors, in the ministry of the Christian priesthood. The questions “ What doctrines did Christ teach?” "What precepts did he deliver?” “What sacred rites did he insti...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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The commission given by Christ to his Apostles and their successors explained.—Reflection of an ancient Christian Writer on the mode of bringing Mankind to the certain Knowledge of Religious Truth. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

The commission given by Christ to his Apostles and their successors explained.—Reflection of an ancient Christian Writer on the mode of bringing Mankind to the certain Knowledge of Religious Truth. The high commission which Christ gave to his ministers, to promulgate his law, and to enforce the observance of its precepts, is recorded in the 28th chapter of St. Matthew, and deserves particular attention. The eternal Son of God, having by his death made atonement for sin, put an end to the old law, with its priesthood and sacrifices, and confirmed the new, by the sprinkling of his own blood, the blood of the new and eternal Testament; having instituted his sacrifice and sacraments; having fully instructed his Apostles in his heavenly doctrines, precepts and ordinances ; and given them the plentitude of sacerdotal powers, for the work of his ministry—assembles his Apostles around him, previously to his withdrawing his visible presence from the earth, by his ascension into heaven, and a...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
Source: Boston College
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CURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

CURIOUS. In looking over an old magazine, I find the following from Berlin : —The experiments made on the pretended incombustibility of the human body, by Mr. Bernard Hey, have been attended with great success. A liquor, composed of half a pound of alum, four ounces of vitriolic acid, and two pounds of water, with which" the hair, arms, thighs and feet must be impregnated several days, and which will enable them to support a red hot fire. This composition might be employed for the clothes of those who are engaged at fires, and would prevent them, not from being burnt, but from taking flame. Mr. Hey has made the model of an oven, in which a man may remain alive for a long time without injury, while the flames are coming out of the top, and even in the inside a leg of mutton or veal is roasting. The fire and the heat are made to pass on one side by lateral channels.— N. Y. Courier.

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. HOUSE OF COMMONS—Sept. 13 IRISH POOR LA WS. Mr. Sadler brought forward his promised motion on the subject of Irish poor laws. He entered into an elaborate argument to show, that according to the highest of all earthly wisdom—the wisdom of the heart, the poor had a right to be supported out of the rich man’s surplus, especially when property was so guarded as it was by our laws. He then shewed by quotations from their works, that this bad been the sentiments of Locke, Hale, Blackstone, Burke, and of Dr. Johnston, who said, “wherever the poor are well provided for, that Sir, is my test of civilization.” He then alluded, in strong terms to the monstrous clearing out of tenants in the sub-letting act, and he contended for the introduction of poor laws as a remedy. After shewing from Sir W. Petty, Molyneux, 6ic. the wretched condition of the Irish poor in former times, he stated in the early part of last century, 50,000 of the Irish poor had perished by a conta...

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[From Cobbett’s Register.] [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

[From Cobbett’s Register.] The following is the best piece of contemptuous * disregard, of indignant scorn, that 1 have ever read in my whole life. Every sentence breathes justice and truth, and the heart of the reader goes from the beginning to the end with the pen of the writer. It I seems they are taking a Census of Ireland, and that the agent for this business in Dublin has written to the several Catholic priests to aid his census-takers in their work ; a piece of insolence intolerable, when we reflect that those poor and pious men receive no sort of protection from the Government, and that they and their flocks are taxed to support in luxury the Protestant hierarchy. One of these circulars, having been sent to Mr. Burke, the priest of a parish near New tow nbarry, where so many people were killed the other day, In consequence of a rescue of some cattle seized for the payment of tithe ; this honest priest returned the following contemptuous, indig-* nant, and scornful ensw'er ;’...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

We alluded, in our last Number, to the meeting that had taken place in Park street Meeting House, relative to the urgency of enlightening the dark Valley of the Mississippi; we hinted at the absurdity of the heterogeneous advocates of the measure, who, under such circumstances, would expect and even require “union and mutual confidence” in the parties concerned in the money-making scheme. We also alluded to the flimsy and frothy flourish of a modern orthodox minister, who stated that every thing depended on their immediate efforts, for that “ emigration teas pouring in like a flood, and unless the Valley be now gained, it will be lost forever." But we would ask this desponding prophet, and disinterested patriot, has not this been the cry, to attract dollars from the purse of credulity, ever since the commencement of the Bible, Tract and Missionary scheme of the Calvinists in America ? His wonted modesty will not permit him to deny it. But (we repeat it for the thousandth time) let i...

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[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] LETTER (from a Catholic convert) CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

[For the Catholic Intelligencer.] LETTER (from a Catholic convert) CONTINUED. Messrs. Editors : I had ffattered myself that my passage down the Mississippi would have been most agreeable, little anticipating what afterwards occurred. The company on board were numerous, and to all appearance respectable. The majority was from Nashville and its vicinity. The most conspicuous individual of our party, however, w as a member of the Mississippi Valley Itinerant Exploring Missionary Confraternity,who unblushingly arrogated to himself the title of the very Rev. Dr. English, of the Presbyterian Church of New Jersey. This pious specimen of the brotherhood, with a view of ingratiating himself with the company, commenced by drawing the most absurd carricature of the Church of Rome, by representing the Catholics, and especially the Irish, as the vilest and most degraded of the human race. He asserted that their systems of murder, persecutions and perjuries in support of their blasphemous tenets,...

Publication Title: United States Catholic Intelligencer
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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

POETRY. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] THE SEPULCHRE. ‘ But how to think of what the living know not, And the dead cannot, or else may not tell 1 What art thou ? oh ! thou great mysterious power.’ Hughes. There manhood lies ! Lift up the pall. How like the tree struck down to earth In its green pride, the mighty fall. Whom life had flattered with its worth ! Life is a voyage to our graves ; Its promises, like smiling waves, Invite us onwa d o’er a sea, Where all is hidden treachery. What statued beauty slumbers there ? But mark those flowers pale as the brow Which they have wreath'd ; if death could spare A victim, he had pitied now. To-day she hop’d to be a bride— To-day, ’twas told, her lover died ! Here death has revell’d in his power. The riot of life’s fairest hour 1 Look on that little cherub’s face, Whose budding smile is fix’d by death. How short indeed has been its race, A cloud sail’d by, the sun, a breath Did gently creep across a bed Of flowers—its spirit the...

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A new, valuable and interesting Work. PROPOSALS FOR PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIPTION THE UNITED STATES CATHOLIC REPOSITORY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

A new, valuable and interesting Work. PROPOSALS FOR PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIPTION THE UNITED STATES CATHOLIC REPOSITORY. Containing an historical account of the first introduction of the Catholic Religion into the United States of America, —its progress,—and present state; with a particular description of all the Diocesses from their first creation down to the present time ; including a detailed account of the various Catholic establishments connected with them, as Missions, Colleges, Ecclesiastical Seminaries, Convents, Public or Charity Schools, Principal Churches, &.c.—in which will also be exhibited the true faith of Catholics in contrast with the belief and principles falsely imputed to them by sectarians generally; with a complete answer to all their aspersions and calumnies, presented in so clear and easy a manner, that the most illiterate Catholic will be able to repel his opponents, and justify his attachment to his faith. Particular notice will also be taken of th...

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE Third Vol. of the UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. John Tarbi, Quebec. Maurice Moriarty, Montreal. Rev. C. D. French, Portland, Maine. i Rev. J. O’Callaghan, Burlington, Vt. j James M’Nally, Swanton, Vt. Patrick Mooney, Boston. Patrick Denvir, \ Charlestown and ( Lechmere Point. John Green, Milton. Rev. J. Mahony, C Lowell. Patrick Powers, £ “ jCapt. Newport, Salem. ID. O’Callahan, Watertown, Mass. j Rev. P. Connolly, -Sandwich, Mass. Rev. Mr. Ryan, Whitefield, Maine. Rev. John Corry, Taunton and Prov. Michael Kearney,— A"ew York. {Patrick John M’Namara, Rochester, AT. V. [Rev. F. O’Donohue, Salina, A'. Y. {Thomas Mooney, Brooklyn, A'. Y. John Manning, Albany, A r . Y. Edward M'Coughin, $ Ticondaroga, Essex ’ I County, AT. Y. Rev. P. Rafferty, Pittsburgh, Pa. John Spalding, $ JVeasnnf Cltai - I Co. Aid. John D. Murphy, Washington, D. C. Rev. Mr. Van Lommel, Georgetown, D. C. Robert Camm, Norfolk, Va. Joseph Haseltine, Bardstown, Ky. Wm. S. Blain, Charlest...

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Page 64 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

DANIEL HERSEY, AUCTIONEER, yplr’AS taken a Counting Room, No. 10, Exchange Street, and will in future devote his whole attention to out door sales, such as Real Estate—Vessels—Household Furniture—Grocery Stocks and Merchandize of every description in any part of the city. Grateful for the past, he hopes by his assiduity and attention to the interest of his employers, to receive a share of the public pasronage. Orders left at his Counting Room will meet with prompt attention. N. B. The Weekly Sale of Horses, Carriages, Harnesses, &c. at the Horse Market, Merrimack Street, takes place every Saturday at 12 o’clock, A. M. Oct. 1.

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Page 64 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 18 November 1831

I) R. S. 11. S M I T 11, his services in the various branches of his fession, to the inhabitants of Boston and vicinity.— l)r. Smith may be consulted at his house, No. 11, Atkinson Street. Oct. I. TAIL O 15 I \ G. VISN ANIEL M’GOWAN respectfully informs his friends and v 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. () KRIS T. CIIA 1» IN, T A 1 L, OR. HINFORMS his friends and the public, that he makes all 4>«k kinds of-Gentlemen’s Apparel, in the first rate style, and which, he warrants, will afl'oid satisfaction ; he will furnsh all garments as cheap as can be obtained elsewhere in the city. He receives regularly the London and New York fashions. His Store is on the Secon...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 November 1831

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCER. Ei 6 oso£ -irri> /jfAulv, rig xad’ r,p.Cj\i ;—si decs pro nobis, quis contra nos?—if god be for us, who is against us?—kom. vm. xxxi. VOL. 111. BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1831. JVO. IX. UNITED STATES csiiti;£i£>2as asfteia^2.a(a-axrvsai2 a PUBLISHED BY HENRY" L. DEYEREUX, FOR THE PROPRIETORS. Terms--3 dollars per aunum in advance. All communications must be post paid, and addressed to the Editors. Office 32 Congress Street. THE INTELLIGENCE!*. BOSTON, NOVEMBER 25, 1831.

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THE ESTABLISHMENT AND PROPAGATION OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 November 1831

THE ESTABLISHMENT AND PROPAGATION OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION. On the primitive promulgation of the Christian Law. Prophecies relating to the Promulgation of the Law of Christ in Sion. — The miraculous descent of the Holy Ghost on the Apostles. — The new Law is promulgated on the day of Pentecost by Peter. — This Promulgation was a public fact, in allits circumstances. — Those who embraced the Law of Christ, as promulgated by Peter, were all united in Faith and Communion. —The authority of Peter, and the other Apostles, sanctioned by acknowledged miracles. Immediately after Christ, the Son of God, had delivered the high commission to his ministers, to go forth and to teach his law to all nations, he ascended to his heavenly throne. The Royal Prophet had heard in spirit the invitation, which the eternal Father addressed to his glorious and beloved Son, on this day of his triumph. Psalm cix. The Lord said to my Lord: sit thou on my right hand, until I make thy enemies the footstool of t...

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NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 November 1831

NIGHT. There is a dignity and sublimity in the face of night, in comparison with which the glarish glare of day sinks into insignificance. The broad sunshine it is true, sheds a charm over the face of nature, animate and inanimate ; it tips the laughing landscape , with its brightness and wraps it in a radiant veil. Its advent is welcomed by the feathered songsters of the grove, and enlivened by its ray, man sallies forth to revel mid its beamings. In its presence mirth uplilts her playful voice, and sadness wipes away the tear that trembles on her downcast 'id. It robs pain of half her tortures and slavery of more than hall her wretchedness. It draws its dazzling curtain before the eye ot retrospection, and shuts out the haggard griefs of by gone hours—even thought is trammelled in its silvery meshes, and imagination flies before the wizard workings of its creative power. But when bright eyed Night comes on in all her gloomy majesty, and spreads her sable mantle round the world, ad...

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[From the London Court Journal.] PALACE YARD TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 November 1831

[From the London Court Journal.] PALACE YARD TRIALS. The Right Rev’d Father in God, Charles James, Bishop of Lyndon, was put to the bar, charged with a subornation of Sabbath breaking. The prosecution was instituted by that useful body—the Society for the Suppression of Vice. Mr. Charles Murray, however, was not present; it was understood that he had limped, or rather waddled off. Mr. Hudson Gurney addressed the jury, at some length, on the enormity of the crime with which the . Right Reverend defendant was charged. He admitted that the witnesses which he had to adduce were of that description which is always liable to suspicion, as they were not only king’s evidence in this case, but hail acted in the capacity of common informers. He therefore would not insist upon any more weight being attached to their testimony than the internal evidence of its truth, or collateral circumstances could bring with it. “ God forbid,” said Mr. Gurney, lifting his eyes to heaven, “that I should seek ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 November 1831

The unthinking and illiterate part of the world have been too long duped into a belief that the outrageous rebellion of the sixteenth century, which hypocrites and knaves had at first palmed olf as a Reformation, was one of the greatest blessings to mankind. We recollect even to have heard it blasphemously stated by a Calvinistic minister of Boston, that it ranked next in importance to the advent of Christ! This impious assertion was truly becoming a professed follower of John Calvin; an assertion, however, which, in the nineteenth century, and in a free, enlightened country, must, in the judgment of all wellinformed men, fix upon either his head or his heart an unenviable character. That Morality and Faith had been wrecked by the tremendous lashes of the lieformationary surge, that desolation and death of the most unnatural (because ostensibly religious) kind had ensued, that every beacon and land mark, which could direct, or cheer the exhausted mariner in the troubled sea of life ...

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THE BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 November 1831

THE BIBLE SOCIETY. The following remarks of the celebrated Dr. Doyle, npon ihe Biblical and Protestant Missionary system in the English dominions, would seem to be specially adapted to the latitude of Boston. \V e request of the liberal, unshackled portion of the Calvinistic family, who have been the dupes of the Bible and Missionary scheme, to weigh well the opinion of that distinguished Prelate on the subject. The types sweat, the press teems, vessels are freighted, for it. And all to no purpose. It derives an immense trade ; profitable, no doubt, to many, in Bibles, and missionaries. It squanders hundreds of thousands upon expeditions more senseless than the most foolish of Sir Walter Raleigh’s ; and, like that pirate, it repays its dupes with reports of what never had any existence. It would be endless to recount the delusions which are practised by the missionaries in this regard.. .Thus it is, that the English people are gulled out of their money. Thus it is, that fortunes are...

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POETRY. THE TOMB. [Newspaper Article] — United States Catholic Intelligencer — 25 November 1831

POETRY. THE TOMB. [Selected for the Catholic Intelligencer.] “So parted they ;—the angel up to Heaven, And Adam to his bower.”— Milton. This is the parting place ; —this narrow house With its turf roof, and marble door, where none Hath enter’d and return'd. If Earth’s pure gold Ere clove unto thee, here unlade thyself, For thou did’st bring none with thee to this world, Nor may’st thou bear it hence. Honours hast thou, Ambition’s shadowy gatherings ? Shred them loose To fhe four winds, their natural elemen . Yea more, —thou must unclasp the living ties Of strong affection. Hast thou nurtur'd babes ? And was each wailing from their feeble lip A thorn to pierce thee, —every infant smile And budding hope a spring of ecstacy ? Turn, turn away, for thou henceforth to them A Parent art no more. Wert thou a Wife, And was the arm on which thy spirit lean’d, Faithful in all thy need ?—Yet must thou leave This fond protection, and pursue alone The shuddering pathway down the vale of death. Fr...

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