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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - June 11, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsOf Catholic Sentinel. A Sig Fario Rig had a a a Xii a i Edh Pho Noah qts Contra not a pc Oigt do fur us Wiio is Acair amp to i s a rom. Viii. . Boston saturday june 11, la a. No. A la. 22suit published weekly to appear eve Day by William Smith Koran Croft at 83 per annul in Advance. A must be Post paid and directed t Pitons of tins a a Smiht Quot Boston mus. To beet it to explain diffuse and defend the Prin a mph the one holy Catholic and apostolic fur a. Office Brownfield Street. A on Wesley s pretended roman Cati a pointing out Ita numerous misrepresent to a. Falte Glat Aea and Groat falsehoods cd i d to the methodists of Stourbridge m an Vicinity. By the her. J. A. Ma0on, on c. Method lint minister now a Catholic or if ail Saint t no upon repentance obedience indulge Purgatory and the invocation of taints. Strictures. Part ii. A a Lenniea the duty of co Fenion a a Means of Grace gird by god unless he will Tallinn with Luther. Fury of i . That the epistle of Al in up Tell of a journal. A a Crit itself of which we have been so dreadful a we Are rewarded according to our works Yea. In a of our works. I Low Doc tin differ from for the a of our works and How differs tins from be attn do Erita Perum according to the Merit of our work a him that can split the hair.�?minute�, 177�?~i. A a fax the condition and Only condition of just Ifica pm. \ o Man is justified till he believes and even1 Man we a be believes whatever Elk lie Lias or has not that met he in on salvation by Fau in first part of this Little work which is Alt before the Public 1 have sufi Cint la nosed the misrepresentations falsehoods d garbled quotations Given us by or. V a relative to the Catholic Church and that stings of the fathers and doctors of this urch and 1 have demonstrated from i in writings that he was governed by no Sciple of religion uprightness or truth in interpreting the sacred scriptures but that where the evidence of the sacred volume appeared too Strong in favour of the Catholic Church he has i piously and wickedly corrupted it. With such a fact before our eyes As far As regards or. Wesley himself and the merits of his pretended roman catechism the controversy might close and the second part of my strictures be rendered unnecessary for no terms can be kept with a Man of no principle. If the Sanctity of the word of god cannot arrest his temerity if the Thunder of its anathema against those who dare to corrupt it cannot alarm ids fears or the Prospect of the innumerable souls who will he led astray and lest for Ever through his prevarication cannot Appal his impious front or break his adamantine heart it would be too much to expect that he would be awed with veneration for the authority of the fathers or that any argument of Man could make him halt in his course or Stop his waywardness. The path of the proud Man is similar to the path of the Humble Only in different directions the one shines brighter and brighter to the perfect Day the other grows Darker and Darker unto perfect night i o such god gives the spirit of slumber eyes that they should not see ears that they should not hear and hearts that they should not understand and embrace the , seeing thut the presumption of error was As great As its perverseness has said a a secs thou a Man Wise in his own eyes there is More Hope of a fool than of with such persons the simplest doctrines Are misrepresented the plainest truths Are falsified and those things which in civil life All men would see and condemn arc Practised in religion with All the coolness and Delibac i ration of truth. It is not the Reform for or. 1 Wesley a Sake or for the Sake of the insincere part of his followers that i proceed in the task which 1 have assumed. To such of croons All evidence is useless and of such will say i fear not their frowns i court not their smiles. The Dagger of the Assas sin has no terrors for me the steel has been withdrawn and a leather has been substituted in its place. I stand on Alpine Heights mid laugh at the Thunder and the storm below. It is for the Sake of the Humble sincere and misguided part of that Community that i write to tear nth the mask which has been imposed upon the Catholic religion nud present it to them in its native dignity and truth. What has been the hidden and the dark design of the a homies of truth since the first part of my strictures made its appearance requires not the spirit of prophecy to unfold. Let of they wish to frighten me from my Post As soon might the Western Breeze attempt to move Olympus. Do they intend to prevent others from seeking my instructions As Well might they attempt to Chain the Billows of the Hellespont or Stop the Rivers from their destined course. A a the Mountain of the lord s House shall be established on the top of the mountains and shall he exalted above the Hills and nil nations shall flow unto it. Whom lie hath for known them hath lie predestinated and whom he hath predestinated them lie will is my Polur Star this is my Rock and i never will desert it unless called from it by my Bishop. Lot them circulate their catechisms print their lying lecherous and beastly satires under borrowed names and publish abroad at their missionary meetings the imaginary horrors of Popery All is too Little for their purpose a a Ogna cil a Chrilas Elk Miroir Nubit truth is powerful and will prevail. A since the first part of these a a a stricture a made it appearances a a mall hideout and filthy thing has crept fro i its Den in 01110 defiled and abandoned heart into open Day Light. It is of the Lizard kind but of Mongrel Breed. It jaw and Paw and form Aro like those of the Crocodile. In Colour 1 Black. Its Oye Are red and fiery. It a Well itself with fal Bood and foam with Enven omed rage. In it Tail it carries the Ling of thu an or basilisk. So frightful is its appearance that even the being in Whoso breast it a Wanned into life fled from the fare of it. And Jurat not own it for i offspring but endeavoured to father it upon another poor

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