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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - December 20, 1834, Boston, MassachusettsOr Catholic Sentinel. Al a bt6 late / liar Ali Miff i us or a is Debs i to no kist a tui Contra nor if 1.011 of. For is who is aria int vhf 1�?rom. Till. , saturday december to o. I s31. No. Voi. V. Tler j Emi it Public Alum a weekly to no Junr every saturday by ii try l. Dave Rutx for like Prophic ohs at per annul in Advance. All must in part fruit and directed to the Kim oui of the a a in Vrr Quot Boston. Mme. Tie Obj tit it to explain diffuse and defend the Prin Peiples of the Osi holy Catholic and apostolic Clile sch. Office. I Devon ulnar . To the editor of the reporter. Harry none Abbey Oeta ber a a a lick. Sir i really thought you n More Clever Man than 1 a Ute you. You have Noi tie Quot Nous Quot i attribute to you and which your general shrewdness evidences. If you bad you would see at once i hat the a a tiring lies of toe renegade in the observer i nothing More than a silly tie Quot what the chief Justice of tile King s Bench Calls a the lie i Ever the liar in the observer had to account for Ray hatred As he Calls it of sir William gusset by declaring that he had Ite Teetzel me in an attempt amp a. A. And what is the Story of his detection take it in its parts a 1st. That 1 went to Gosset Aud offered to player in the hands of the government such information As irn uld enable them to bring to Justice the Leailer of the Terry alls 2dly. That i called on Gosset not to lose a moment in arresting Ogorinac Mahon As such a person. 3djy. That Gosset asked the to make an affidavit of my knowledge or belief of the statement. 4thly. Thai i refused to do so hut strenuously urged the arrest of the individual. Why if this were True Gosset ought instantly to be cashiered and i ought to to sent to a Lunatic Asylum. Gosset ought to be cashiered. Why ? because if i Otfried to place in the hands of government such information As would enable them to bring to Justice the Leader of the Terry alts and if i had in my Power such information it would have been Ziy duty to give it to the government no matter who such Leader May be. But the duty of Gosset Ilion such an Olfer would have Lieen Plain he would have referred die to the Law officers of the Crown or appointed some confidential Justice of the peace to take in Legal i Btu the information. This is the course which he should have taken. This i suppose is the course he would have taken and if he neglected under such circumstances to take that course i certainly would have detected him in Gross neglect or rather violation of duty. The liar in the observer it is lie who suggests the breach by Gosset of his duty certainly not 1 i ought to be sent to bedlam As an insane Man. Why because having had As much experience in the criminal Law As any Man living i surely must know that neither Onset nor the Laird lieutenant nor any body else could arrest or. Of Gorneau Mahodil. Except upon a warrant which could not is be without All information or deposition upon oath sworn before a magistrate. You will easily believe i knew so much Law and yet this Vagabond liar makes me urge an immediate arrest my he makes Gosset ask me to swear to my belief of the fact a just As if my belief could authorise any Legal proceeding especially the arrest on so serious a charge of a Man who was a candidate to represent a county and the liar goes on to say that i refused to swear to my Blu a of my own statement and yet strenuously urged the arrest this he Calls detection of me. That i should condescend to answer such trash Why should i hate Gosset Why says the liar because he would not arrest a Man whose guilt i refused to attest even on my own belief too much of this. I need not add that the Story of Gosset is totally false. I am not quite sure that i Ever saw Gosset i have however a j Strong impression that i saw him once us Mai some matter connected with colonel White s election for the comity of Dublin. I believe i would not know his person if i saw him now. If he was the person i saw on the county of Dublin election business certainly not a word was said of or. Of Gnu Ian Mahon in that interview. 1 was much amused with the complaisance with which the observer liar took credit for bringing out my notice of his falsehood. It was you who induced me to do so. I knew the result would be some silly some impossible lie Inore ludicrous but not perhaps so atrocious As the first and my anticipation has been realised Aud there i leave the matter. But As i am upon my legs As we say or rather used to say in a a the House a let me ask you whether Tny notice of this one falsehood does no give a kind of authority to the other slanderers of Llie London in Ress when i leave their calumnies unanswered. I protest against and such conclusion. 1 never could command time even if i hoary prosecutor who knew his Trade. Quot Hera use we run out Quot was the answer. Quot that a said lie is impossible if you had convicted him you might instantly have sentenced he Licu moved for copies of All the proceedings against me. They were obtained and printed by order of the House. They were of course abstracted into the newspapers. Lord Eldon did at once see that they could not Purn Sli me. Their boast was that of a Soldier who in the dark exclaimed to his officer a a i have taken a a a bring him w Ith a a he will not a then come he Mitt not tit such was the Triumph of by icky True and of the ministry Over me. The printed papers dem nitrated my Victory. The prisoner was really mine. The indictment being printed showed no less Ilian 18 counts�?11 of these counts it is quite Irue charged me in various shapes with sedition rank sedition if you please with seditious harangues and speeches and with seditious conspiracies inn Mark upon every one of these counts i obtained judg ii nth the attorney general Baring upon record abandoned. I am glad you made me Lake notice of the miserable renegade who writes lies for the observer As it has Temple me besides confusing had the inclination to notice the various shapes him to sonic these things. It will drive smart of in which malignant and stupid falsehood disports the courier to lubricate or adopt lie cares not itself in the London papers respecting me. The which some other lie. I have taken this sub recklessness with which these papers repeat false Jet up for three purposes hoods of me one thousand times refuted even by Quot Public documents is to me not a Little amusing. I smile it the tone of Irit Nnoli which accompanies the venom of the column Gator and t have reason to know that some of the habitual framers of Mere falsehoods have expressed Surprise they were so powerless in effect. They forget that All Ireland knows me. Why there is a Man Stuart who no present writes editor. First that Stuart and the other unprincipled writers for the London and Irish press May to without excuse if they again assert that i was convicted of sedition either rank or trivial. Second that it May my lie asserted save by the a blushing liars of that press that my opposition to the attorney general is founded on the fact of his having convicted me of sedition and triumphed Over me As a lawyer. The truth is Rascal Tyr for the courier As its chief that the cause ended in Mutual civility and that this fellow is the Shab Biest in Bis moral i had Over him quietly and a ostentatiously Frame of All the Dock of unprincipled liars Ami the greatest Triumph any one lawyer Ever had Over most unprincipled lie is in that faculty is fir As another. I am concerned. Hoha on fool perpetually one the third is that the reporters should not lie or the other respecting me. Yet if any of the again attribute a they have often before at Irish papers reply to him. He re it acts politeness. Tribolt cd Tole Duke of Wellington the incredible Forsooth and Courtesy m refining i conscious assertion that i had Ticen convicted of sedition fal hoods pulling you in mind of mad Tom in Shaks Enre who Insi to that the in Ricc of darkness is a gentleman and so Stuart belonging to the. Lying department at the head of which stands that Sable gentleman insists upon courteous and genteel comments on ids falsehoods. He w ill answer none others not he take an instance of his a alacrity and extract from s lecture and perseverance in a lie. The Oiler Day he then it was snid that the Catholic religion asserted for the twentieth Lime that the attorney made the people Lazy and Slothful. This was general Blackburne Quot convicted me of rank be n slander. W hat w As the people of England yes ids words air a convicted him Quot j before the reformation at tie time when when lie must Bare known the contrary or ought it least to inquire before he hazarded a false charge. Now. Giving full permission to the fabricators of the a Doti press to fabricate any tale they please i have the honour to he your of Bedient servant Daniel of Connell. Of rank sedition a a Oner in prop Ria Persona Quot and again in the i staure of or. Liar etl. I leave the Case to or. Barrett with the libel Law which tie pre ent Chancellor called atrocious. I come to what Rel lies to myself personally. I notice it now to dispense with Ever regarding it again England conquered France she was Catholic. She was Catholic when she took Calais and Boulogne she was protestant when she lost them. In smrt every one knew that eng. Land was a greater country in comparison with other countries w Hen she was Cut ladle Tymn she is now. The honorable gentleman smart should have known that there never was contended that this was slander nil pointed to a greater falsehood published than that i had been person ill convicted of sedition. He ought to know it Hecate the facts were placed beyond a doubt by lord Eldon. The ministry it is True boasted that Llic ind convicted me of the worst Pecos of delinquency. A a inn Hare compromised with him then Quot said lord Eldon. This was utterly denied by ministers. Quot Why do you not punish him that Quot was the humane reply of the the condition of the Catholic of new York in proof. In every country the catholics showed themselves in every respect possessed of As much Energy and Industry in every Pursuit is any other class and Why did not they find tie some Reward in their own country ? become Thev did not get fair play. Heart Bear hear in England catholics were is successful traders so protestants. Surely catholicism could

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