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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - August 23, 1834, Boston, MassachusettsNo. 31.t ii k Jeri t. 271 to lie insulted or injured with impunity and really the state of affairs with Recard to the catholics in our country loudly culls for this declaration and it is his time for our country to announce openly nud publicly that its Catholic citizens have rights is dear and Are zip inlay deserving of the Protection of our government and Laws a our protestant Brethren. Many people of honest intentions who have Licon Ini Sily engaged in prop Igntius the Imset calumnies against our religion by Liis tremendous display of the consequences of their course will be awakened to n sense of its turpitude and will be induced to pause and investigate before they lend themselves us instruments in the propagation of these libels no less upon the common sense of our fellow citizens Thiart upon the Catholic religion. Thus will the respective inmates of the violated Asylum of mount Llene diet have the Cun solution of reflecting that their temporary sufferings have contributed to nov Macc the interests of our revered religion and to compel in investigation by the american Public of the calumnies which Are intended to tarnish the purity of its character lint notwithstanding these reflections my heart deeds for the trials which the ladies of the Convent and the sup rior especially must have endured and i mus task of you the favour if it lie one proper for you to Grant to express to her my sincere condolence in her misfortune in which also my wife feelingly participates and my regret that it is not in my Power to demonstrate to her my sympathy other than by Toliese empty words. With every feeling. Of affection nil respect i remain sir yours ii nov i. C. Ini . To the right Rev. Bishop Fenwick. At a numerous meeting of the citizens of Ward no. A held he adjournment at their w and room Julie a Hull 011 sunday evening August 17th, thu following resolutions were by adopted. Resolve i As the unanimous sense of this meeting that the hurtling of the ursuline Convent at Charlestown on the night of Muir div the 11th inst., in i in direct violation of nil Laws Lith Hun Mii and divine and us an net of Smrha Rity unsurpassed in the whole history of our country. Resolved that we deeply sympathize with the innocent sufferers from this criminal and disgraceful attack upon u building occupied Only by defenceless women and children. Resolved that we pledge nursed is to use our Best exertions to obtain information respecting the burning of the Convent and to communicate the same to the proper authorities. Resolved further that we entirely approve of the course adopted by his 1 honour the mayor in requesting the citizens of the several wards to form patrols for the Protection of the City. Resold Ray that we hereby pledge ourselves to he in readiness at any time when railed Sprai to perform duty in defence of the lives Miu erty and property of our fellow citizens. Resolved that when this meeting adjourn it will adjourn to meet it this place at such time As it shall to notified so to do by the chairman on the request of the mayor. Resolved that the proceedings of this meeting he signed by the chairman and Secretary and communicated to i Lis honour the mayor and the it. Rev. Rist iop Fenwick of this City. Jonh Cotton chairman. barrcli., Secretary. for Coden in irishman named James Cannon fell from the scuttle in the fourth Story of messes. Rates amp. Cons a Toro commercial wharf. While hoisting goods and pm w Moth Hurt that he died in the . Are Likely to have on abundance of fuel this Winter. Right Hundred tons of Coal arrived Here on saturday making during the two last weeks More than 5000 tons which have bean brought to this Market. In no month during the last season was so Large n Quantity . I or May not be generally known Bow much confusion May arise from the neglect to attach the name of the state to the superscription of letters. There Are �3 towns bearing the name of Washington 11 Jeffi Rasons if Madison 15 Monroe �?�1 Adames i Jacksons 4 Jackson Boros and 111 Jacksonville. Pc find also 7 Alexandria handovers 12 i Huston 11 Brownsville 10 cent Ville i i Clinton i Columbia 5 Fiat Kock to 21 Franklins 5 Hickory Groves and i mount pleasant. There Are 21� towns whose names begin with the word West. Within a few years. New Hampshire was provided with 2 . We learn from the Nashville Banner that the president of the United states arrived at i residence in Tennessee on the 5th inst., in Good health. It is decided to he a new York Law that a bystander summoned by a civil officer to Aid in executing process is liable for a trespass if the officer should appear not to be justified in the process. A Man summoned to help to execute a writ or quell a riot is by this decision bound to know and is responsible for the legality of the conduct coif the officer although he is indictable for n Misdemeanour if he refuses his Aid. This seems to lend to very tiny gift consequences. Importance of Hail on article in one of the London journals we learn that the import Unce of rail roads become More and More apparent. Meat killed in the country is it appears Worth a Penny a Pound More than Tomt of cattle driven to London a fact easily und Ltd to Ltd of. When the effect of a journey of n Hundred Miles is considered. Then supposing that a rail Road extended from that distance in one direction into the Metropolis the Grazier at its extrom. To would he Able to undersell their come it editors at the a Une distance in another direction if the latter were without a Mil Road 10 or 12 per cent. A considerable and perhaps greater difference would exist in reference to other articles. Eggs for instance would j Bear the slight slinking of a rail Road when on a common Road they would be broken and so rendered Val a pics. The consequence of these changes in the value if produce will fonder rail roads necessary in almost every direction so that England is Likely to be intersected by them much the same of a spider s web by the Cross threads which meet in the Centro for though London has not a Central situation yet. From its magnitude it is the great Point of attraction this country owing to its Rivers which i offer extraordinary facilities for the transportation of commodities nud to its mountains which Render the construction of rail roads difficult is differently circumstanced More especially As our towns Are in reference to the extent of the country a a like Angel visits few and tar still there Are Many parts where their construction is Likely to to Benen a rial and some where they Are almost Baltimore Gazette. Courts of Bill has been introduced into the British House of commons by or. Buckingham for the prevention of duelling by instituting court of honour. It proposes that these courts shall consist of not less than three members nor Matt than seven with Power to hear and determine Oil costs referred to them by officers civil or military who May a suppose themselves aggrieved nud that the member shall be appoint d by the Principa officer in that department of the Public service to which the appealing parties inv belong. Each Jurty Holl select a second who is to draw up n statement of the Cate of his principal in writing when these statements shall be Laid before the officer in question he is forthwith to Convene the court for the purpose of hearing the testimony and arguments of the respective parties. Their decision is to be without Appeal. If nov party giving or taking offence shall refuse to refer his Case to the adjudication of the court the fact shall be published by their authority and shall be taken to be an acquittal of the party consenting to such an Appeal. In the event of a Duel Between such parties they Are if officers. To be suspended from the service for a term varying from 5 to 7 years and if not employed in the Public service to be placed beyond the Protection of the Law for the like period. If. In such Duel either party shall fall the other with the seconds is to be held liable to maintain the families and in pendent of the deceased acid to make pecuniary reparation of far As possible to All who May to in any Way injured by his . A grand project is said to be in contemplation in France in the nature of general run or exhibition of the productions of All the countries of Europe on a magnificent scale. It is proposed to be held in Paris �11 Lehi in a Largo Range of buildings provided by the French government. The expense is estimated at about �00,000 francs. The occasion is expected to bring together the finest productions of taste Art and manufacture from All part of the continent and serve to determine the contested question of a Peri on to in . From the London weekly True Sun ii o is e of com m o x s a j c it c 23. A kit Eal of the Union. . Of Connor on Friday 27th june presented n petition front or. J. Lon 1cm, of the City of Dublin on the subject of the re Paul of the i Noti. The Linn member said Flint although the question Luid Pone out of fashion in Tomt House yet us the petition a it to Well drawn up Ulm a is it emanated from in Divi dual who knew us Well As any other in the Empire the resource nud capabilities Ulm feeling of Ireland on the subject lie should trouble the House with lending it for them. The lion member then rend the petition which is is follows Quot that in common with the great Imit Nril of i. Countrymen he hns rend with the deepest sentiments of despondency the determination no your honourable House not even to enquire into the fleets of the legislative Union Between England and irelnd in the Trade and Ratanu of pictures the comforts and happiness of the people of the latter that the circumstance of not seeing More Thieu one englishman did it Osco to perform in net of common Justice nunely to ascertain he rigid and impartial examination into the truth or falsehood of those statements Mude by the friends nud opponents of repeal. Inis most naturally impressed the mind of Ireland with the conviction thut from u tribunal who could thus reject her most reasonable mid respectful prayer no Justice Enn lie expected that she must look to herself and her own energies for Exumn citation from that state a Lucli leaves her it the mercy of n Power which is eternally professing kindness and in the same moment inflicting lows which tend to perpetuate All the rancorous and malignant feeling w hich h. S so Long distracted and convulsed the Irish nation. Such is the effect on the mind of Ireland of the late determination of your honourable House and to prevent that feeling taking a deeper Root and to restore the House of commons to the Confidence of the Irish people your Petitioner respectfully Hopes that the doors of your honourable House Urc not vet closed against the petitions of irelnd for the restoration of that principle which she still con Sci cautiously nud Tiru ily thinks is alone calculated to give Pence and happiness to her people Security to property and life and perpetuity to the connexion Between her and the British nation. Quot your honourable House must be aware that irelnd Lias nut taken up the question of a Emieal for the inst three years is a Mere temporary expedient or As a Means to in end but impressed with the conviction Tomt the restoration of the lords and commons of Ireland and the consequent residence and patronage of her nobility and Gentry con alone raise the Trade and manufactures of that country from the depression under which they now Stifler give employment to Industry Protection to Talent Aud Comfort nud Content to he population. A your Petitioner know the feelings of Ireland it this moment perhaps better than most men in the British Empire. He has been in every part of that country within the inst twelve months and lie can assert with Confidence that Niue tenths of the population arc determined to assert the restoration of their right to legislate and think for themselves whenever the Opportunity offer Flint they despise the nigh ment which says their country is enriched by tie loss of National inc penile fire Liat were the wages of servitude is profitable is tie enemies of Irish Freedom a Sert Uliey w Ould reject tie Brilvic which went to degrade them from the station they ought to maintain among the nations of the world that eight millions of people will never submit to have their interests under the Ipiniu gement of n indy who Enn not understand them from the remoteness of their total of sympathy their Devotion to dearer and More important considerations and alive nil their acknowledged Ignis Ranuro of the wants and the wishes of the people they legislate for. Could your Petitioner suppose that every Irish institution against which a charge of corruption can he brought was purged of All its impurities had Ireland in

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