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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - August 13, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Sentinel. A a i a Fps writ , Rij Xai a is Dei 8 pro Nobis ofis Contra nos a if goo ii for is w Iio is against is a hum. Viii. . Ii. Boston saturday August 13, 1831. No. L. The Jesuit published weekly to appear very saturday at $3 per Iii cum in Advance. A communication must be a it Ott paid and direct id to the Funi Torso of the a tje Init a Boston a its. The object is to explain diffuse and defend the principle of the Oak holy Catholic and Aros Church or pick Congress a to to. Or. Of Wiki. A. Of Bra n having by tines to transact in Georgetown. I. C. Has kindly consented to act a age to for our new 1 apr on his Way thither. He is authorised to receive subscriptions in new York Philadelphia Baltimore Washington City Alexandria and Reorg town. A Aitto Are t f the smurf of Junan College on4 of the de met atm of t get seniors professors and my dents to double s. By the Rev. Jos pm Hodgson v. G. L. 1. In a letter to a 1 Riend. Continued the Sun was setting when we entered the gales of the Citadel of Dou Lens. We entered by the Postern Gate and walked through the midst of prisoners w to had arrived at different times and from different places before us. Some of our acquaintance from Dot Lay came to announce what we were to expect and our minds were filled with the pleasurable Prospect which words like these from one of them could convey a you will be treated like dogs a an Vous traits a comme Des Chitas another asked a have you much Money Quot to our answer a no alas i pity von. In this manner we made our solemn entry and passed into the lower Citadel where a commandant a i devant Soldier in Dillon s regiment but then advanced to the rank of general and his sub Conini Ardaut with other soldiers Ami guards were assembled to count us Little accustomed to military evolutions we were very awkward in forming our Manv hard words and very Little pity accompanied the command of standing two deep or Wheeling about. After a Good Deal of awk Ward motion we at last formed into a line visible enough for the Nusier to be made though it was not strictly either rectilinear or curve ill Nea. Our head guard attended and delivered his Bill and warrant. Our numbers were defective and he in vain solicited for a receipt of the whole number. The pretended crime of our countrymen at Toulon had prejudiced the minds of our new masters against us. One of them was heard to say to the frenchmen our companions in distress a i pity you you do not deserve this treatment but 1 rejoice to see these cruel English who have murdered our representative brought to a compliment like this with other hard words and threatening looks from the Stern Masin the second in command filled us with some concern. Some tears stole Down the Cheeks of one or before they were dried up the word of command was Given to March. We obeyed and found ourselves in a Subterran Ous passage under the Rampart or Sally port which communicated with the secret works under ground sentinels were placed at the Mouth of our new apartment. The carts were unloaded our bundles brought to us with the loss however of one Ernali parcel in which were a few looks and Hooks were a commodity which we Couler Little spare. We imagined we were placed there till a Conven ent lodging could lie some part of the buildings. When soon appeared a Man a Man strongly impressed on our memory a Serjeant ill the Garrison who asked with a coarse loud voice Trow thu wants Straw ? we did not perfectly comprehend his meaning at first till one asked h in Irhie so what nerd of Straw to sleep on roared he this was a clap of it hat slurp Here yes Strep Here 1 assure you so provide yourself s with Straw or let it alone. We did not hesitate Long we All called for Straw. Siut where is your Money eight sols a Hun Dir. At this Price we were furnished with a bundle of Straw for each individual which served for our bed. Cures ii brought soldiers and others to see us. One brought his Brandy bottle to Market and met with a Good Sale. Our bread Basket was emptied and october the 17th, at night in the Black Hole at Dou Lens we ate the last morsel of flesh meat that was dressed in the College Kitchen. While we settled ourselves with our bundles bags boxes and Straw a curious miscellaneous conversation took place gloomy or cheerful in proportion to each ones at last forty sewn individuals in one posture or other resigned themselves to pass a very cold night in a space much too Short and narrow to permit us All to lie Down. They who Lay in ghost to the Mouth of the Hole Felt a very piercing cold others were More sheltered and warmed also by the heat of the company a the two sentinels had positive orders not to permit us to go out on any account. It was not Long before we had a proof of the Rigour with which they were obeyed. It is Well known at whose expense and with what clinic ceremony when one requested permission to retire to a private Corner a Sentinel attended him to a very few Yards distance and stood Over him during the whole time with his Forelock and with what banter the India idea was treated on his return. Every one remembers with w hat inconvenience to the whole company the motion of a single individual was attended. It happened once or twice during the night once in particular and it was the nmn quits one in his Progress to the Mouth of the Cave stumbled and Lell Over the legs and feet of them who slept nearer the Mouth than himself. More than one was awake and a loud conversation ended. We were tired of our position and in our wishes for morning easily believed that the night was almost Over. One pulling out his watch proclaimed it to lie Only eleven of clock. However our wishes could not bring morning sooner hut loud talk and laugh made the night much longer for some who were awake and kept awake till morning came. Some however slept sound and others very poorly or not at

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