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HOLYDAY AT SOUTH BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 14 June 1834

HOLYDAY AT SOUTH BOSTON. A day of recreation having been given to the children of the Catholic Free School on Tues- | day last, it was thought desirable, for their ! greater relaxation as well as amusement, to ' spend it somewhere in the country, and in some j convenient place not too remote from the city. Dorchester heights and the adjacent fields in I South Boston were selected as a most suitable | spot for the purpose. They accordingly took I up their line of march, accompanied by the Sisters of Charity, at 8 o’clock in the morning I of that day, to the number of between 3 and 400 little girls, each of them taking a small basket of fruit and other provisions for the day, and proceeded two and two from their house in j Hamilton street, through Milk street and Fedej ral street into Franklin street —thence through the Arch-way into Summer and Essex streets, and afterwards into Washington street as far as South Boston bridge, which they crossed ; and thus continued in the same beauti...

Publication Title: Jesuit, Or, Catholic Sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833)
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[From the Catholic Telegraph.] ARCHBISHOP DUBOURG. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 14 June 1834

[From the Catholic Telegraph.] ARCHBISHOP DUBOURG. Continued. Bishop Dubourg had with him thirty and more passengers; many of whom were already priests or in the sacred orders, and with those who had already arrived with Messrs. De Andreis and Rosati and those who sailed directly to New Orleans, more than 50 clergymen, procured by his activity, for the West, were an immense service rendered to religion. Of them must we not consider as brightest gems to his crown four of our Bishops, Messrs. Rosati, Fortier, Jeanjean, and his worthy predecessor, Bishop De Neckere’T Others have been excellent pastors and missionaries or no less useful heads of literary institutions. Of those who had come with him on board of La Caravane he left the greatest number at Annapolis, where they were entertained by the munificent hospitality of Mr. Carroll, about two months. He proceeded to Washington, sending a number of his young clergymen to Baltimore, where he soon joined them, and gave and enjoyed much ...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 14 June 1834

Ireland. Fanatical Abominations. —At Shrewsbury, on Friday last, an action was brought for criminal conversation, against a Methodist Preacher. The facts of the case disclosed a most horrible combination of vice and fanaticism. The plaintiff was a cabinet maker, of the age of 27 | years. In the year 1830 he married his present | wife, who was the daughter of a farmer. The plaintiff and his wife lived at Hanley, and she had gone to see her father just before the time of the injury complained of. The defendant, who was the land agent of Lord Byron, and of several other persons of rank, was a person more advanced in life. He had erected a chapel at his own expense, where he was in the habit of preaching and praying with pretended piety ; and it seemed that he had used this influence to enthral and ensnare the family to such a degree that he had made the father and mother of this unhappy girl the accessories to her crime, and the plaintiff had actually received back from his wife the ri...

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Latest Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 14 June 1834

Latest Foreign News. London and Liverpool papers to the 11th of May—eight days later than our last. A telegraphic despatch had been received at Paris from Bayonne, dated the 6th ult., announcing that Don Carlos had embarked for England, and that the affairs of Portugal had been arranged between Don Miguel and Don Pedro. Intelligence had also been received in London that Don Carlos had been captured, and put himself ynder the protection of the British. The London Times of the 10th, contains the following extract of a letter from Toulon, dated May 1 : “ On the celebration of the King’s fete, the following melancholy accident occurred : At 12 o’clock, all the batteries and the ships in the road stead fired salutes. Two American frigates here also paid the same compliment to the day, but unfortunately the gunners of the Constellation forgot that some of their guns were loaded with shot, and firing within pistol shot of the Suffern, one of the balls entered a port hole, killed one of the...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 14 June 1834

POETRY. [Selected for U»e Jesuit.] THE CONSUMPTIVE. No, never more—my setting sun Hath sunk his evening rays ; And this poor heart is nearly done With hope of better days. I feel it in the clay cold hand, The hard and fast expiring breath ; For now, so near the tomb I stand, I breathe the chilling airs of death. No, never more—it all is vain— But O, how Memory leans To see, and hear, and feel again Its youth-inspiring scenes I And deep the sigh that Memory heaves, When, one by one, they all are fled, As Autumn gales on yellow leaves, That wither on their woodland bed. No, never more—l may not view The summer dale and hill, The glorious heaven, the ocean’s blue, The forests, dark and still— The evening’s beauty, once so dear, That bears the glowing thoughts above. When nature seems to breathe and hear The voiceless eloquence of love. No, never more—when prisoners wait The death-call to their doom, And see, beyond their dungeon gate The scaffold and the tomb— On the fair earth and sun...

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Page 192 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 14 June 1834

MARRIAGES. Michael Glavien and Honora Riley; John Patad and Mary Carr; Thomas Brohy and Catharine Richfat ; Peter Boyle and Ann Donohew. DEATHS. William Hogan, 2 1-2 years; Alfred Stanislaus Whitney, 17 years ; Daniel Keating, 25 years. DR. MORI ARTY—Office, 133 Court Street. Printing neatly executed at this Office.

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Page 192 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 14 June 1834

INFORMATION WANTED, of James Landers, and Mary Landers, of Youghilpark, County Cork, Ireland ; James sailed for America, 5 years ago last Apiil; and Mary the year following. It is understood that James is somewhere near Frederickstown, and Mary in Montreal. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their brother, PATRICK LANDERS, No. 103 Broad Street, Boston. May 2a. A SUM of money found—The owner can have it by calling on Rev. Mr. Healy and proving property. June 7. CHRISTOPHER PETERSON, No. 91 Ann Street, Boston. AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF READY MADE CLOTHING. GOLD AND SILVER CROSSES. C\ GOOD Assortment may be found at A. Cutler’s, No. 217 Washington Street, opposite Franklin St., Boston. Also, heavy cased Watches, Silver and Plated Spoons, Spectacles, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Jet and Gilt Buckles, Neck Chains, Seals and Keys, Thimbles, Penknives, Pencil Cases, Raisors, Scissors, Tea-Pots, Castors and a variety of other articles of the best quality and at low...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. Eli Qe6; iniy fifiuv, Tig xaff VjMUF ; —SI DELS PKO NOBIS, QUIS CONTRA NOS? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IS AGAINST US? ROM. Till. XXXI. VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1831. IVO. XXY. The J ESUIT, 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, JUNE 21, 1834.

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QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense, in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

QUERIES: Or an Appeal to Common Sense, in order to estimate the proceedings of those who separated from the Church of Rome. From an authentic MS. of the Rev. J. Goter. CONTINUED. 9. Whether any one, having searched into the history of past ages, and found that there had seldom happened any disturbance in any commonwealth, or rebellion in any kingdom, but what had been occasioned by the subjects not submitting to authority, but making themselves judges of the law, and presuming that their liberties had been impaired, several oppressions used, and they not permitted to enjoy the privileges allowed them by the statutes of the kingdom : whether, I say, any one having searched into past ages, and found things in this manner, would think that these rebels had pitched upon a good expedient for the settling their-new government, by delivering the laws into their subjects’ hands, and by giving them power to enquire into every thing that should concern the public, and judge whether it was acc...

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SIX LETTERS Of Advice to the gentlemen Presbyterian Parsons, who lately met at Columbia, Pa., for the purpose of declaring war against the Catholic Church. By Demetrius Augustin Gallitzin. LETTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

SIX LETTERS Of Advice to the gentlemen Presbyterian Parsons, who lately met at Columbia, Pa., for the purpose of declaring war against the Catholic Church. By Demetrius Augustin Gallitzin. LETTER I. January 14 th, 1834. Gentlemen Parsons :—You have lately met in Synod, appointed a committee to whom was referred the subject of a Presbyterian Tract and Sunday School Society; and your committee hath made the folldwing report, which you weie pleased to adopt: Resolved, that the Synod do hereby constitute a Board of Managers, to prepare, publish and circulate Presbyterian Tracts and books, inculcating the distinctive doctrine of our Standards, &c. You have also appointed a committe, to whom was referred the subject of Romanism, and that committee adopted the following wise preamble and resolutions : Whereas, the existence and prevalence of Romanism in this country endangers our civil and religious institutions, as shown both by the nature of the system and by the means adopte...

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[From the Catholic Telegraph.] ARCHBISHOP DUBOURG. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

[From the Catholic Telegraph.] ARCHBISHOP DUBOURG. Concluded. When it is remembered that Bishop Dubourg’s jurisdiction extended at a time to the immense ground divided now into the three diocesses of New Orleans, St. Louis and Mobile, and how few priests were dispersed over its surface, the extreme points distant by nearly a thousand miles, we do not wonder at what he left undone ; we rather feel grateful for what providence granted to an administration of about twelve years. Seeing the three sees occupied by the zealous men who dared associate with his labours and his hopes, animated with the same spirit, and blessed now with more abundant means, and above all, with four times the number of priests that he found in 1812, we rejoice in the anticipation of the further increase destined to his worthy friends and successors. Even what is doing for the savages in different directions, although meeting with the usual difficulties, is, in good part owing to his early efforts in their beha...

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THE BEGGAR. From the French. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

THE BEGGAR. From the French. Not long since, an old beggar, named James, was in the daily habit of placing himself at the principal gate of a church in Paris. IIis manners, tone and language, showed that he had received an education far superior to that which is the ordinary lot of poverty. Under his rags, ( which were worn with certain dignity, shone a still living recollection of a more elevated condition. This beggar also enjoyed great authority among the paupers belonging to the parish. His kindness, his impartiality in distributing alms among his fellow paupers, his zeal in appeasing their quarrels, had earned for him wellmerited respect. Yet his life and misfortunes were a complete mystery to his most intimate comrades, as well as to the persons attached to the parish. Every morning, for twenty-five years, he regularly came and sat down at the same place. People were so accustomed to see him there, that he made, as it were, part of the furniture of the porch ; yet none of his ...

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MAYNOOTH COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

MAYNOOTH COLLEGE. Th is Roman Catholic College is situated in the neat and picturesque town of Maynooth, in the county of Kildare, at the distance of 12 miles from the city of Dublin. The contiguity of the embellished domain, and princely mansion of the Duke of Leinster, to Maynooth, impart interesting and scenic features to the aspect of the impressive and imposing landscape that here presents itself in the majesty of magnificence. The town consists principally, of one spacious street, lined with houses of a pretty and pleasing structure. Maynooth has been the scene of some of the most triumphant events that give eclat and fame to the history of the Fitzgerald family. It was there that the Earls of Kildare, for centuries, exercised feudal sway, dispensed the gifts of patriotism, and defied the despotism of English inonarchs. The castle of Maynooth, the very chronicle of historical associations, was built by John, the Sixth Earl of Kildare, A. D. 1409. It is a matter of wonder, that...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

The following donations for the new churches have been received, viz. : from Andrew Banan, $5 : from Sarah Ryan, sl. Melancholy Accident at the Charlestown Navy Yard. — A lad by the name of Cody, son of Mr. James Cody, of this city, (says the Boston Transcript) fell on Tuesday morning from the upper staging of the man-of-war Vermont, (under cover at the Navy Yard, Charlestown) and was instantly killed. This is the second death, from the same cause we have chronicled within a year, and should serve as cautionary. It is with sorrow and deep regret that we have to announce the melancholy and premature deatii of James Cody, in the 15th year of his age. He was a youth fit to be chosen by Almighty God—in whom were blended piety, practical virtues, honourable sentiments, brilliant talents —-modest and unassuming manners—whose piety afforded a just cause of astonishment to all his acquaintances. Our knowledge of the youth enables us, we think, so far to judge of him, that his conduct was al...

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[Extract from a Letter.] [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

[Extract from a Letter.] Fontainbleau, sth Nov., 1812. —1 have only i time to trace a line to you here. O my dear j friend, what delightful moments I have passed [ since yesterday morning ! Imagine to yourself, dearest friend, what was my emotion after coming j such a distance and passing through difficulties I j thought insurmountable, the door opened, and I J found myself at the feet of our holy Father, and [ received his blessing. I have seen that celestial [ countenance, which eight years of sorrow and persecution has not changed or faded. I remained trembling at his feet, begging him to bless me again; I kissed his hand . . . his countenance ; was expanded ; he seemed pleased, and permitted | me to assist at his Mass this morning, and com- ; mune from his hand. I named you to him at his | feet, and he blessed you. The blessing of St. j Peter in chains must have a most special virtue, j I have indeed assisted at the holy sacrifice cele- ( brated by the Vicar of Jesus Christ. I h...

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Ireland. [From the Dublin Weekly Register, April 26.] ELECTION OF A COADJUTOR BISHOP FOR THE DIOCESS KILDARE AND LEIGHLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

Ireland. [From the Dublin Weekly Register, April 26.] ELECTION OF A COADJUTOR BISHOP FOR THE DIOCESS KILDARE AND LEIGHLIN. The following circular has been addressed by the Right Rev. Dr. Doyle to his clergy :— “ R ev. Sir — His Hoi iness the Pope, by virtue of a rescript directed to me, bearing date the 9th day of March last past, having graciously permitted me to convene a meeting of the parochial clergy of these diocesses, to be held in the manner and form prescribed by the decree of the congregation of the 17th October, 1829, at such time and place as I might appoint, conformably to the said decree, lor the purpose that the said clergy would commend, by their suffrages, three ecclesiastical persons to His Holiness, of whom he might be pleased to appoint one to be my coadjutor, with a right of succession in these sees ; now, these presents are sent to apprise you of the above, and to require your attendance at a meeting of the aforesaid clergy, to be held in our Cathedral church i...

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Latest Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

Latest Foreign News. Intelligence from Europe, via Liverpool May I6tli, is received. The most important intelligence is mercantile—arise in cotton, and brisk sales at a handsome advance. In the French Chamber of Deputies, M. Eschasseriaux reminded the Chamber, of the unfortunate event at Toulon, (which he attributed to accident) and read the following letter from Capt. Read, of the Constellation, addressed to the Maritime Prefect —“ Sir : It is with the profoundest regret, that on my arrival from : Marseilles I learned of the sad accident occaj sioned by the salute given by my frigate in honour of the King’s'fete. It is impossible for ; me to express what I feel upon this occasion. To understand it, I beg of you to put yourself for a moment in my situation, and I beg of you to accept, the most positive assurance I can | give you of the profound grief of all the officers | and crews of the American vessels who were at Toulon w’hen the fatal accident happened.” The letter then states,...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] CONSTANCY. Who is the honest man ? He that doth still and strongly good pursue, To God, his neighbour and himself most true: Whom neither force nor fawning can Unpin or wrench from giving all their due. Whose honesty is not So loose or easy, that a ruffling wind Can blow away, or glittering, look it blind: Who rides his sure and easy trot, While the world now rides by, now lags behind. Who, when great trials come, Nor seeks, nor shuns them ; but doth calmly stay, Till he the thing and the example weigh; All being brought into a sum, What place or person calls for, he doth piy. Whom none can work to woo To use in any thing, a trick or sleight; For, above all things, he abhors deceit: His words and works and fashion too All of a piece, and all are clear and straight. Who never melts or thaws At close temptations ; when the day is done, His goodness sets not, but in dark can run : The sun to others writeth laws, And is their virtue ; virtue is his sun...

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