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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - December 19, 1829, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Sentinel i. I a it lev no a a a i in so is fro Nobis <41 is onto Vos a in lol of. Fob i s. Who is i s a a min. Viii. Xxxi. Vol. , sate ii Day Decem balt 19, i��9. No. Jesuit in Uliuli slush weekly to appear a Piv suture Alai by Smith it Davis for lilt pm of ii Krona at s3 per tit Nitim in Advance. All mini lie Yal a Ait Ami Lii Rrt it to to the editors of tin a a Jesuit Boston. Mass. Tim object in to explain Mulino am defend la in Prin Eilt of the one Holt Quot at Molic Ami apostolic Church. Ii pick no. T5, Kilby Street. Existence or god. Propel by the onh r anti la cuties of Vann cont Ikuko from no. 15. Pack 114. Beauty which the visible world presents to the Eye Oman. In ancient Anil modern times the brightest geniuses have dwelt with rapture on the wonders of nature. We shall not Here notice the descriptions mid details of profound naturalists who Job tied r poetic Iorg Nati ii to Ali in Gurity of observation and were duly the As the knowledge of order and Beauty is More or less confused a taste fur it which every Man inherits from nature is proportionately developed in various ways. a company of children intend to perform military evolutions. They will perceive the necessity of a chief to direct i hem. If each is not in Lii it place and does not keep regt Lur Lime on the March. Order is broke n up. If they feel disposed to play at games they Are instantly convinced that they must follow certain rules without which the games cannot go on. Even robbers themselves Are reluctantly obliged to it admit that their execrable association requires the enforcement of Laws to secure the Harmony and subordination of the members. Their end is criminal yet the Means which they employ to arrive at it. Are adapted to it. Clerc amidst disorder the notion of order and the taste for it Are evident. We considered it to be our duty to recur to those primitive ideas because Modem sophists corrupter of so tied metaphysics have resorted to every Means to Pervert and destroy them. It is therefore True that the notions of order and Beauty pen Udo the human mind. Secondly it is easy according to these primitive notions to ascertain the order and qualified to paint them in All their vivid tints in All their beauteous charms. Ii is Sutiri Cint for our purpose in general. In remark the wonderful Temin of cause and effect which secures the Harmony of the world the concurrence of its constituent elements the preservation of the entire the reproductive and perpetual influence of All the parts. Ves All nature is Itoi ind together it is in immense machine in which order is self evident and the various wheel works of which have an absolute us Well As Rota Tive object. For in stance take Man As in individual in his corporeal being what is her an atom when compared with the Earth the Earth itself is a Mere ufos when contrasted with the planetary world of which it forms an insignificant part. This world is a nothing in relation to the starry heavens or it May be considered As a Mere Point in Llie immensity of space. How inexpressibly insignificant How immeasurably Small then must Man be As fur As his perishable part is concerned does he not approach nothingness itself yet his existence has a learing upon und a connexion with nil nature the Luud the sea the air heat Light and darkness nil contribute towards his preservation. The bread which maintains him comes from the bosom of the Earth which is fertilized by Dew and rain. These Are engendered in and Lull from the regions of the air which supports the Vapours that produce them. These Vapours Rise from the surface of Rivers and seas and presuppose the action of heat and Sun. Such Are the providential Lions and such is the grand Harmony for the subsistence of Man and yet what u be an id most imperceptible Dot on the immense map of creation yet strange to Sav he is a Central Point in which All the parts of the a min verse As so Many rays Are United. What we Sav of Man is applicable to every being in nature to the very Janie a Cieber whose form size and existence elude the notice of the sharpest Eye. The very worm that crawls along the Earth is connected w Ith the constellations that scatter thu in tides of Light a round the highest heavens. Such is the nature of this wondrous Chain 1 would you Admire a particular object is it not evident that the Eye of Man is made to sec does not an admirable proportion exist Between Liis Organ and the Phenomena of vision Here again we Ore presented with the end and appropriate Means of attaining it. But an atheist of the school of Lucretius May Here object. It in n mistake a Mere nation the Eye i not made in see for the matter in air i compose it mum litre coexisted in a certain manner nil the Oiler abject if nature. Erpe Rient says that it is closely related to the Light and this is tier a a it a son Lehy Man males use of if to Schohl Obj Chat we might As Well assert that the door of a House is not mile for the purposes of going in or out but that us it is there it is coi Vertex to that use or that the various tools which a Mechanic uses to proportion form polish and Complete his work Are not intended for that but Uro employed by him because he finds that they happen to answer that end. An atheist May not perhaps feel satisfied with such a comparison it is not our object neither is it our intention to examine what Man might he under another system of things but it is incontestably True that in the present order he is born to see exterior objects. Lint would Mankind do were they All struck Blind ? w Ould they not very shortly after perish ? Man therefore is born to see. But with what Organ does he see is it not with the Eye ask therefore an intelligent optician or rather inquire of an Oculi st w to is Well acquainted with Anatomy if the Eye

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