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Page 200 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

MARRIAGES. John Beggg and Anne M’Garr; Paul Hall and Eleanor Dedy ; Dennis Saxon and Margaret Ryan ; John Woods and Mary Desney, Michael Dunn, 4 months; Michael Cantlon, 9 months; Michael M’Culle, 22 years; Janies Cody, 15 years. OTICE. The Association of the Friends of Ireland in Boston, and its vicinity, will hold a Pcbuc Meeting in the Pantheon Hall, (opposite the Washington Bank) Washington St., near Boylston Market, on Monday next, the 23d inst., at 8 o’clock I*. M., being the same Hall in which the Society held their Meetings daring the discussion of the Catholic Question. It is to be hoped, that all those interested in the Barrett Fund, will give their attendance on this occasion, as the names of the Subscribers will appear, and the most prompt measures will be taken to have the amount contributed, remitted to him. [EF The meeting will be addressed by several gentlemen favourable to the cause of Irish Liberty. DEATHS June 21. R. W. ROCHE, Rec. Sec,

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Page 200 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 21 June 1834

BOARD —Two or three Gentleman can be accommodated with Board in a private family.— Apply to Mrs. CHENELETTE, No. 11 Atkinson Street. Juno 21. INFORMATION WANTED, of James Landers, and M ary 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 25. V A o ; WATCHES, JEWELRY & CUTLERY. |/! |\|HE Subscriber would respect0, fully beg leave to inform his friends and the public, that he has received a fresh supply of goods, among which are the following ;— fine gold, cameo, jet and pearl Broaches ; fine gold and plated Earrings, variety of patterns and prices; paste, topaz, amethyst, pearl, garnet, jet, chased and plain fine gold ladies’ and gentlemen's Finger-rings; elegant flaur spar and jet Cros...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qe6g {into t ls xaff 4«5" ; —si dels puo nobis, quis contra nos ? — if god be for us, who is against us ? — rom. viii. xxx: VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1831, IVO. XXVI 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 lo the Editors of the “ Jesuit,” Boston, Mass. The object is to explain, diffuse and defend the Principles of the Oxe, Holv, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office II Devonshire Street. He Jesuit. JUNE 28, 1834.

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[From the Christian Intelligencer.] A PLAIN EXHIBITION OF METHODIST EPISCOPACY.—No. I. Origin of Methodism, and the introduction of Methodist Episcopacy into America. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

[From the Christian Intelligencer.] A PLAIN EXHIBITION OF METHODIST EPISCOPACY.—No. I. Origin of Methodism, and the introduction of Methodist Episcopacy into America. J J It is desirable to become acquainted with the history of every Christian church within the bounds of the Republic of America. Whilst the history of other religious sects which exist in our country, is in general well understood, that of t,he Methodist Episcopal church, in some degree, must be considered as an exception. -Though the public have been informed that this denomination originated under the superintendence and direction of the Rev. John Wesley, yet they are deficient in knowledge respecting the manner of its introduction into our land, and of its peculiar polity. This is doubtless owing to the fact - that no book has been published, calculated to disseminate the proper information concerning this sect. Those books which have been printed, touching the subject of Methodist Episcopacy, appear to have been d...

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From the Albion. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHATEAUBRIAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

From the Albion. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHATEAUBRIAND. Sicut nubes—quasi naves—velut umbra. To the Editor of the Revue des deux Monies. Paris, 1 Oth March, 1834. Sir, —I have received the letter in which you [ have the goodness to ask me for the Testamenta- \ ry Preface to my Memoirs. As M. J. Janin has announced the existence of those memoirs with so much eclat, talent, and politeness in the Revue de Paris, my work being no longer a secret, there is no reason to prevent the communication of the MS. of the preface; which I therefore do myself the honour to send to you. Accept, &c. &<* Chateaubriand. Testamentary Preface. Paris, Ist Aug. 1832. As it is impossible for me to foresee the moment of my death, as at my age the days granted to man are but days of grace, I will, for fear of being taken by surprise, give an account of a work which is destined, as it proceeds, to beguile for me the tedium of those last and forlorn hours for which nobody wishes, and...

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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 II. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 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 II. January 21s£, 1834. Gentlemen Parsons : —I have carefully examined your Six Resolutions. I shall take them up one by one, and give you my advice upon each of them. No. 1. That the Synod earnestly recommend to the ministry and members under our care, a more careful study of this subject, (of Romanism) and a more intimate acquaintance with the system. Here is surely a great blunder. Ever since the pretended reformation, the reformers, and their successors to the present day, have been attacking what you call somanism —-the church at presentof one hundred and seventy millions, spread over all nations of the globe; and now, after three hundred years, you publish to the world, what amounts to an acknowledgment that you hardly know what Romanism is. So all along you have been putting the cart...

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The following Circular was received too late for insertion in our last. CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

The following Circular was received too late for insertion in our last. CIRCULAR. The Senior class of Harvard University has taken no part in the disturbances which have i recently prevailed in the College ; but the President of the Institution having thought I proper to publish a Circular, which contains a j statement not believed by the students generally j to be full and correct, and which they think is j calculated to make a false impression on the public mind, a meeting of the class was held on j Saturday, the 7th of June, and a committee | was appointed to inquire into the causes of the j present difficulties, and to state those facts which are not contained in the President’s : Circular. This committee made the following report, which has been accepted nearly unanimously, and ordered to be published in the ! name of the Senior Class of Harvard UniI versity. At the beginning of the present academical year, Mr. Dunkin w as appointed by the Faculty Instructer of Greek. So far as...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

iff* Some of our Subscribers seem to forget us. Such of them as have not yet supplied us with the needful, will, we expect, deliver us as soon as possible from the disagreeable necessity of making another appeal to their generosity. For the new church in Pond-street, we have received $5 from Mr. Endres, the present organist of the Catholic church in Charlestown.

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STRANGE NOTIONS OF THE DEITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

STRANGE NOTIONS OF THE DEITY. It is said to be stated in the Commercial Advertiser, that a Rev. Doctor, addressing a large audience some time ago in one of the churches of the city of New York, remarked that “ God was the greatest theorist in the universe, and that Jesus Christ was a Negro ! !!” We have often said, and have as often proved, that there is no fanaticism so wild, no error so absurd, no irreverence so rude, that the abettors of Protestant principles will not undertake to prove from the Bible, when distorted according to their own private interpretation. This leading principle of Protestantism, private interpretation, which amounts to this, take and read, and judge for yourself, in other words, read the llible and take whatever meaning you pleaSfe from it, hafe given birth to the novel and oftentimes ludicrous forms of religion, which, to the disgrace of humanity, have taken place in the world, since Martin Luther, an apostate Monk, commenced what he called a reformation...

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ADMISSION OF ROMAN CATHOLICS TO THE CORPORATION OF THE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

ADMISSION OF ROMAN CATHOLICS TO THE CORPORATION OF THE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY. Mr. Shiel moved for liberty to bring in a bill to enable Roman Catholics to hold Professorships and Scholarships in Trinity College, Dublin. He had originally given notice that he should move for the admission of Roman Catholics to Lay Fellowships, but as the Lay Fellows may become Senior, and as the college is i govered by the Provost and seven Senior Fellows, he had relinquished his purpose. Is it not a reproach to your legislation that the na-! tives of Ireland should be excluded from the | literary and scientific offices in the only national establishment, and that every Protestant wanderer, no matter whence he may come, should be eligible to these situations ? To alien Protestantism you give welcome, while to your! fellow-citizens and fellow-subjects, who differ | with you on a mystery, you deny the rewards | ; of genius, and the excitements to exertion. If the professorships had attached to them any func...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

POETRY. [Selected for the Jesuit.] lIY 31N TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. “ And there shall come a rod out of the root of Jesse : and a flower shall rise up out of this root, and i the spirit of the Lord shall rest upon him."—lsaias, I Ch. 11. v. 12. Sweet flower, the fairest ever blown, In Sharon’s lovely vale ; Whose balmy fragrance wide around Perfumes the wafting gale ! By sacred zion’s sainted bands In strain prophetic sung ; At length from Jesse’s regal root All pure and spotless sprung. The heaven’s to nurse thy growing stem Distilled their brightest clew : And hov’ring o’er thy hallowed top, The etherial spirit flew. Not Eden in her blooming haunts, With all her flowers so fair ; Could boast a flower so choice as thine For worth and beauty rare. ’Twas she the stem from Jesse's root, God s virgin sprung: And he the flower her Son Divine, By all the Prophets sung. On him in Jordan’s stream baptized, Descends the mystic dove ; And loud his Son ; beloved the sire Proclaims him from...

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Page 208 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 28 June 1834

MARRIAGES. John Patad and Mary Carr; Michael Foley and Mary Walsh; John Driscoll and Margaret flinn; William Daley and Catharine Deveny; Edward Quinn and Margaret Kelly. DEATHS. Timothy Daley, 22 years; John Hoy, 8 months John Cummings, 38 years ; Mary Kelley, 25 years; Patrick Carter, 45 years; Ann Pendergast, 35 years.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 5 July 1834

THE JESUIT OR CATHOLIC SENTINEL. El 6 Qe6s inio vuav, rl; xaff fiu&v ;—si decs puo nobis, quis contra nos?—if god be for us, who is against us?—rom. viii. xxxi VOL. V. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JULY .5, IS3J NO. XXVII. The JESUIT, Published weekly, (to , appear every Saturday) hy HE'SRY L. DEVEEEUX, 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 O.ve, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Office 11 Devonshire Street. THE JESUIT. BOSTON, JULY 5, 1834.

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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 III. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 5 July 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 III. January 2 8th, 1834. Gentlemen Parsons : — A very serious task is imposed upon you by your Synod in their third Resolution, in the following words : 3. Particularly, that our ministers be requested to hold up constantly to the people, the prophetic page having reference to the rise, the progress, the characteristics, and the fall of Popery. The task is so very serious, that 1 must advise you, in the first place, to produce and exhibit before your people the credentials of your mission. To put confidence in your denunciations against Popery, (for not all of them will be subdued by your thunderings,) but more especially to put confidence in your prophecies concerning the downfall of Popery, your people ought not to harbour the least suspicion that you are either selfsent or sent by a sel...

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[From the Christian Intelligencer.] A PLAIN EXHIBITION OF METHODIST EPISCOPACY.—No. III. Origin of Methodism, and the introduction of Methodist Episcopacy into America. THE PECULIAR POLITY OF THE METHODIST FPISCOPAL CHURCH. General Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 5 July 1834

[From the Christian Intelligencer.] A PLAIN EXHIBITION OF METHODIST EPISCOPACY.—No. III. Origin of Methodism, and the introduction of Methodist Episcopacy into America. THE PECULIAR POLITY OF THE METHODIST FPISCOPAL CHURCH. General Conference. The great ecclesiastical authority to which all .the members of the Methodist Episcopal church submit, is the Genera! Conference. This assembly meets once in four years. It consists of delegates from all the annual conferences in the ratio of one delegate for every seven itinerant preachers. In this assembly, all the bishops are elected, and to it they are accountable for their conduct. It has “full power to make laws and regulations” for the Methodist Episcopal church, under certain limitations, which are the following :—lt may not alter the articles of religion ; it may not diminish, or materially increase the ratio of delegates; it may not change the Episcopal constitution of the church ; it may not alter “ those general rules” originally f...

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PENSIONING THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CLERGY. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 5 July 1834

PENSIONING THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CLERGY. The pensioning of the Roman Catholic Priesthood of Ireland has long been a favourite object of the British Cabinet. Hence we must not be surprised when we hear that accredited organ of government, the Times, recommending in strong language the adoption of a mea- sure of similar tendency. From the uniform treatment which this ill-fated country has received from England, it is natural to conclude : that this over anxiety on the part of the latter to make a state provision for the Catholic clergy? does not originate in any higher motive than that of selfishness. The maxim therefore, however trite, Timeo Danaos et dona fercntes, ' is strictly applicable in the present case. For our own part the moment we find ministers of themselves originating any measure for Ireland, j our suspicion is immediately awakened with regard to the purity of their motives, and we ! look around us with all the caution of one who has been repeatedly betrayed by a counterfe...

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COBBETT ON THE “REPEAL OF THE UNION.” [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 5 July 1834

COBBETT ON THE “REPEAL OF THE UNION.” It is useless for me to repine at not having been present to vote in the minority of this question ; but it may not be entirely useless for me to state the reasons, or, at least, some of them, which would have induced me to give that vote. I have never been able, for one single moment, to look upon Ireland or Scotland, other than as parts of my native country, to which I am bound by all those considerations, the observance of which, and the adherence to which, and the being by which, constitute that which is properly called patriotism ; and which is no more of kin to the base and servile tiling, commonly called ‘ loyalty,' than I, thank God ! am a kin to such a two-legged thing as AY TLberforce was. Thus viewing the matter, the question of repeal of the union, of non-repeal of the union, is, with me, a question of good, or of evil, to the whole kingdom ; and not at all whether it be good for Ireland alone. Devonshire cannot suffer without Englan...

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EXTRAORDINARY SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 5 July 1834

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE. We take from the Tipperary Free Press, the following account of the very extraordinary pro- ceedings which marked the close of the first day of the Dnngarvon election : Ebenezer Jacob, Esq., [amid the most enthu-1 , siastic cheering] said—Two months before this i { I came before you, free electors, and now again | i I stand for your representation.—[Continued cheering.] Circumstances have now given you ■an opportunity of expressing your wishes —cirj cumstances as unforeseen as were those over i which we had no control. [Hear.] Gentlemen, by base and villainous perjury I was unseated—[bear, hear] —corruption has been reported to —in which I hope Mr. Barron has not I been mixed up, and, therefore, I will not accuse him of having a participation in it. [Hear.] — I lu order to prove an agency as existing between | me and M. Dower, it was sworn that I dined and slept and breakfasted in the house of that gentleman. [Hear.] Will you believe the oath [ of Mr. J. Dower? ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Jesuit, or, Catholic sentinel (Boston, Mass. : 1833) — 5 July 1834

The Bishop returned to Boston on Friday evening, (the 27th ult.) in good health. We are authorized to state, that he will, in a short time, fully make known the object he had in view in his late visit to Maine, and which we understand has been perfectly satisfactory to himself. In the meeting of the Collectors held in the Chapel, on Sunday, (the 15th ult.) the following sums were received towards the erection of the new churches : From Ward No. 2. , . 857,00 No. 3. . . 26,25 “ No. 5. . . 17,50 “ No. 11. . . 4,00 “ No. 12. . 23,00 Total .... 8127,75 The following donations have likewise been received, viz. : from Dominick Peduzzi, Portsmouth, 825 ; Laurence Quin, 83 ; Edward O’Brien, 82; John Doyle, Bookseller, New York, 810; Eliab Stone Brewer, 810. We have just received from John Doyle, the respectable and truly enterprising Ca-1 tholic Bookseller mentioned above, copies of several highly interesting works, which havej! just issued •from his prolific Press—and which are now for sal...

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