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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - August 23, 1834, Boston, MassachusettsOr Catholic Sentinel. Al i hit v.l8 f a amp a it Duff i s pm Kotos it is Contra nos air cod be Fob is who is against is to rom. Till. . V. Boston 8atdrdat, August 23, 1834. Iso. Niv. The j Esi it i weekly i every saturday by Henry l. Deverix fir the poor Matons at a per annul in Advance. All communications Uniat in Post paid and directed to the Entona of the a a ," Boston mass. Tie object is to explain diff Hae and defend tie principles of tie Ose holy Catholic and apostolic care Cit. Orrice 11 Devonshire Street. A Erieg or an. 1 put xxx la common is use in order to estimate the proceedings of those mho separated a from the Church of a Tome. From an authentic is. Of the a Lee. J outer. Continued. Rut not let us look into England for tent Lias been also n stage Whereon has been acted Ninny popish cruelties. And Iti the first place that bloody barbarous contrivance the powder plot. In this never any Catholic yet denied but tent Tubero were several papists deeply concerned thirteen being executed and confessing the treason. Blit whether the plot itself was not first designed by the policy of a great statesman jul these wickedly ambitious men drown in by Bis Subtile is to make nil of their profession odious is so great n doubt that i believe those arguments by which my lord Cus to Lenin in Bis reply to the answer of Bis apology real. 28, p. 3, a endeavoured to evidence it As such Are not Likely to be answered but Only by crying nut. They Are new and by demanding from whence be bad such profound intelligence the Only returns they Liucc already had by two Learned adversaries lint Lei us waive this Point and suppose at present Flint the papists were not Only the managers hut also the first nud Only contrives of this unparalleled wicked design is our religion therefore to answer for it 1 because a few papists ivc been apprehended in a treason must therefore All of to Weir profession in England nil of their communion Over the whole world to Weir Church and Faith presently be condemned guilty of the crime this is a piece of reformation Justice not to be paralleled in the histories of Barbary or Turkey. I no confident King a macs who bad More reason to see into the depth of this plot than any of our present Pup Uta Sticks never thus extended the guilt of it beyond reason and Charity. For though lie punished those who were convicted of the wickedness yet he was so far from our now fashionable Blind passionate Zeal that he never charged the whole party with it nor Hud them in the least disrepute upon that account hut prudently knew How to distinguish betwixt persons and their religion. For having by diligent search found out the whole truth of the matter lie was so assured of the innocence of the in posts tent lie received them into Grace bad none Inore Welcome to him than they made sir Giles Calvert a known papist Secretary of state commanded his officers to connive and be moderate and willing to have the Juenal Laws suspended made a proposal for a toleration As is to he seen in Bishop Matthew s letter cab. P. 113. And had he found the whole party or their religion to have been involved in the Gudt could any one think this Wise Prince would Ever have made them the objects of others envy he his signal favours to them or Given occasion to the parliaments to complain of his princely kindness and indulgence As was often done As the historians of those times record 1 it is True lie used some severity to them presently after the discovery such As the fury of their enemies forced him to and appointed a thanksgiving Day for his delivery hut he was pleased to let the world understand his meaning by usually calling the till of november Celip Lluli Day. But had we no information of the truth of this off Iii from King James yet several of its circumstances were sufficient to evidence How Grent i injustice there is in making this a popish plot and throw ing the guilt of a few Julns s us it a us Many As owned to Weir he a Lief. For who is there that considers How intent the King was for a thorough discovery of the treason so Flint in his speech to the parliament he tells them that he was resolved to use a diligent circumspection for the discovery of the depth of the whole plot nud after a mature consideration of All things to punish More severely the conscious and guilty. King James Wor. P. 502. Next How vigilant the privy Council was As also the lords and commons in pursuance of the Kings intentions so that they left no Stone unturned for Trio finding out the full extent of the design. Then with How great strictness Ulm Rigour All the traitors were examined How ingenuous they were in their confessions so As not to spare even their own confessors and hour be intently they died and yet that after All this Only thirteen or fourteen could lie found guilty wlm is there i say that considers this lint must immediately condemn those of u peevish rashness who cling go the guilt of this treason upon such infinite numbers upon so Many thousands without any consideration or examination when As King James with his privy Council with his parliament lords and commons after a thorough enquiry could not make it a Cutcli to Twenty t besides can any one imagine that this was a design of the Catholic party since the whole papal nobility w us destined n part of that bloody victim ? tie first Marquis the first Earl the first Viscount and the first Hirou were All papists As likewise the lords Winchester Arundel Mon to elite Abergavenny and Ninny others almost to a third Jint of the Peers and All there on the Day appointed for the blow except the lords Stourton and mar nuut who were lined for being absent. And that nil these should he designed to be massacred he the papists for the promoting their interests is to make them All worse Trinu mad. Thirteen or fourteen desperate ambitious Villius might lie guilty of such a wicked fully hut to think that All of that profession so Many thousands should he assistants in such a i Edloni contrivance is a thing not to he followed in the cily politics the blowing up the thames and the armies incognito Are nothing to it. Then How to make this a plot of the papists and yet that none of the chief of that party should he intrigued in the design tier being the most considerable men in the kingdom and by their estates and interest fit for n conjuration is another Riddle is hard to to expounded As the former. But these monstrous i probabilities arc always found in the lie lies of popish plots such As would not lie swallowed without danger of chunking were i not menus throats widened with malice and had not they to Weir stomachs As Well dosed with passion would lie harder of digestion than usual. Now what is usually objected against catholics Viz. That they never inn de detestation of this treasonable design in n loud untruth und it is owned As such by All those who have seen in a Low and Faker the magnificent presents sent by the King and Queen of Spain to congratulate with their majesties for their deliverance. The great demonstrations of Joy expressed by the Archduke every where upon this account and the extraordinary embassies sent from All places for the same purpose. Then does not Bolln Roine express the treason by the name of horrid 1 does not lie add son excuse fictum Ali Parri Eidia exe Crar i excuse not the Fuet 1 King killing i detest conspiracies. Was it Ever known a that Uny writer priest or Layman englishman or stranger mentioned the fact hut has loudly protested against it is unchristian and owned the real plotters to be wicked Tilliann 1 no a did not the very traitors themselves at their execution ask god forgiveness being cry sorry for their design t Liat More detestation need there be 1 if Public ministers live declared their Abhorrence to it in to Weir embassies writers ill to Weir books private men in nil to Weir discourses and not one Cun lie found that in word or writing Ever seemed to approve or even so much As to Lessen or excuse the treason w lint More Cou he desired ? when our Loyal reformers can Sny is much is this concerning the i Arlinous murder of our late Sovereign then i will say they have reason to upbraid but this they will never he Able to do As Long is Milton s writings me extant who vindicated nil those horrid transactions mid the Loyal Book. The judges judged in which All the regicide that suffered in England Are registered for martyrs is Long is the dying speeches of the traitors me upon record who owned the fact As just mid lawful is Long As there is memory of the Protection those that lied found beyond sea amongst their protestant Brethren in Holland Ilion ii Geneva mid Switzerland and the great affection that Mcvety w Here was expressed to those persecuted saints. Metli inks therefore they might Well he silent is to not detestation of designs against princes since they Are so fur Schiml mid with us in this Point. And i believe did they hut b of Over the Index of their own holy contrivances they would find that they have not much reason to Ilc claim against papists fur the plot itself since the. Papists Aro not such Damnable Pov Der plotters yet but the protestants May lie to Weir masters they having Learned one trick More of the Devil in this Trade than Ever the papists did that is really to per Orin what the papists Only intended the protestants having executed upon the father Liat these Only designed against the son. For this was the Fato of King James s father to lie sent to heaven with gospel gun powder prepared and Laid according to the re formation. And the managers of this blow were not two or three indigent younger Brothers but the Earls of Murray Morton Bothwell arc. As May he seen in Sanderson k. C. I. Up. 45 mid 5. Since therefore we have found a protestant powder plot is Well is a papist one we will leave them together As a Complete original with an imperfect copy. John so�oiesk1. The life of John Sobieki. The intrepid polish Patriot is one of the most interesting which can he offered w within tic scope of Royal biography and cannot fail to he of Universal joining All the spirit of ancient chivalry to Christian piety and an extraordinary desire to secure the Independence of his country he finds few parallels in history and can perhaps be compared Only to our own scottish hero sir William Wallace though far surpassing him in the magnitude of his warlike operations and their effects on the condition of Europe. While exciting cur admiration of his conduct he is equally entitled to our grateful reverence for he was tie Saviour of Christendom and by for his exertions that might not Bave it been a vain threat which destined the altar of st. Peters to become the Manger of the moslem a horse

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