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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - August 27, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsOf Catholic Sentinel. Elk a a if Iolj a put a if a aha a a fio a is Deis Rito Konis i is Contra nos to in god i nut is Wiio i m. i a a non. Pm. Xxx. Vol. Ii. Boston saturday August 27, 1831. No. Lii. The je3uit, published weekly to appear every saturday at $3 per annul in Advance. All communications Mutt he Post paid and directed to the a Nitoiu of the a Jesuit Quot Button Man. The object it to explain diffuse and defend the principles of the Oxe , a Iannuc mud Church Orrick Congro a a Street. Or. . A. O ii Rux having Uutinen to Tran Tacl in Georgetown d. C. Hat kindly contented to act a Aukst for our new paper on hit Way thither. To it authorised to receive subscription in new Vork Philadelphia Baltimore Washington City Alexandria and Georgetown. Prom the u s. Catholic miscellany. Fanatics. To live a Moro ample report to tiny of the proceedings of the bigots who met in London under the pretext of relieving Irish distress but or the purpose of getting hold of the Money of the benevolent that they might therewith Purchase the consciences of the starving population and Dole out their rations and i blocs and tracts and homilies together. The usual trick of those mock Public meetings is to arrange the mover and the Seconder of each Resolution. The Reader of the report the speaker of the unexpected and extemporaneous addresses Are also appointed and drilled so that after the parts Are cast the whole representation takes place exactly according to the rehearsal. The tissue of falsehood misrepresentation and abuse goes on most harmoniously without interruption or if any person who desires Freedom of debate should present himself to question or to it lie not convenient to put him Down at once he is promised a a hearing after the regular business shall have been gone through that is alter the whole of the proceedings shall have been irrevocably sanctioned. To debate is then useless the chairman slips off the meeting disperses and the holy ones indulge in congratulation. Some times however the station of him who demands a hearing or other circumstances will prevent the execution of this Manu ouvre the address commences but interruption after interruption takes place the voc iterations of Knock disputants and of those who desire to preserve order and of those who wish to hear the speaker bring Back the reign of chaos and old the chairman lectures threatens and at length declares the confusion to be irremediable to is reluctantly wilting to depart in despair and the constables finish what the saints began. Such is the history of their Freedom of debate i it has sometimes happened that there Are indictments for riot and assault upon the constables. We need not say that the indictments and the convictions have uniformly been at one Side. We give the following remarks prom the Dublin Register of june 4. Some pious biblical who it tended a meeting convened in Loudon last week for the Relief of Irish distress contrived to turn the scene into a Bear Garden that would be disgraceful even to Bartholomew fair. One set of them would cure the entire evils of the country by the distribution of bibles and another would Al Tain the same end by the extirpation of Popery though both agreed that famine the subject under consideration comes about Vear after year pretty much in this Way a a a in several places distress was periodical. In the months of August and september the potato crop of the preceding in was generally exhausted and in that period and before the now crop was fit Lor use. Which was always some six or eight weeks later than in England the poor peasants had nothing to feed upon but wild turnips and wild so said a Rev. Or. Beamish and he had not uttered the words when he lamented 1 the Scarcity of religious tracts a plentiful Harvest thereof being of course in his mind a Good substitute for the food of which the people Are a a periodically deprived for six or eight weeks in the year it was a forbearing Audi-1 tory that could listen with patience to such nonsense. But the auditory there patient and listened even with attention until a Rev or. Dalton declared that the famine was a curse of Providence us it on the country for the a Laposta by Quot of romanism and recommended that that should be removed As the first practical step towards the filling of the people s i Tellies even this could be borne if some one was allowed to rebuke ibis unfortunate enthusiast Lor Bis insolence but the chairman was lord Lorton and be would not allow anything to be said to or. Dalton until the meeting was Over that is until reprehension could to of no Avail. Under such circumstances it was no wonder that it was found impracticable to preserve order and that the whole proceedings As far As regarded the object in View were rendered n nullity. What precious adepts these biblical arc in tic Art of bettering the condition and alleviating the miseries of to tear starving in Ireland prom the in Kobe. A remarkable 1xst a Nek of protestant ii.lii1era1.ity and inconsistency. His majesty the King of England and his chief ministers Are not allowed by our protestant code of Laws that Liberty of conscience in the Choice of their religion which the meanest subject in the British dominions now fully enjoys. And this restriction upon Royalty is imposed by n Church which All along most solemnly professes to Grant what its founders All and each of to lips to k to themselves and could not. Later Elmiire we n fuse to All and each of their followers the right to judge and determine by the written word what Faith they Are to hold and what religion to profess nor dare. That Church withal m any instance arrogate to Isaell infallibility. Who can reckon up and describe All the glaring inconsistencies the evident contradictions the most of Vidas palpable and ridiculous anomalies in the whole body and in every Branch of the protestant reformation really it seems the plotted beast seen in the apocalypse Tike a crop Arti whose Jett grrr As the feel of a a rur and its Mouth of the Mouth of a 1.ion Anta Wichich the dragon gave his own strength and great

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