Boston Jesuit in Boston, Massachusetts
29 Jun 1833

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29 Jun 1833

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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - June 29, 1833, Boston, MassachusettsTo Itile Jesuit. Vol. In. A a scarce one lawyer out of fifty is a universalist a no lawyer taking the Bible As gods Law Book could be a universalist. Why not a hear the reasons the pole and the Serpent Are set up but what Good can they do you unless you look at them 1 will you look up sir 1 no. Then die or. a a now Here a a table will you sit Down and eat or. Universalist 1 no i la look on that will do just As Well. In be found out a new Way. In a a philosopher. Then starve Tiow rational or. Judge will you look up 1 no. Why 1 its of no use. What connexion Between looking up at a Brazen Serpent and the cure of the bite of n fiery Serpent 1 nonsense will you explain a cannot. Will you look up ? no. Judge lawyer colonel Esquire All refuse and die of a fool while a Man of common sense comes Forward without raising any objections and before the discourse was delivered about forty or fifty written requests were read and nearly double that number verbally proclaimed from the pulpit soliciting the prayers of a a gods people in behalf of various individuals and institutions and for a diversity of purpose. I made notes of a sufficient Humberto exhibit the general whole. I omit the names although they might in most cases be supplied. A a or. Requests the prayers of this Church and All christians in Rochester that lie May be converted to god and also in behalf of two Brothers in Buffalo and one in a a miss requests the prayers of gods people on her behalf and that of in impenitent a a mrs. Solicits the prayers of this Church and All christians in Rochester in behalf of the Sabl Mth school at bulls head now under her a a or. A poor distressed sinner who has been under a deep conviction for two years and endeavouring to get religion now come to Rochester for that purpose entreats gods people to Pray for these requests were occasionally broken off by some encouraging remark of the speaker such As still Liberty hear that request be rapid. This is tho gospel that has sunk stir country into ravages mid far below brutes. How Enn those men Tench what they do not know and yet men let their wives and daughters run after such wretches shame shame from the Boston courier a committee of the Irish charitable society of this City having waited on the president on saturday mud slut cd Liat the society was desirous of paying their respects to him at a time that Milit suit his own convenience he very promptly appointed in hour on the same evening to receive them at his own lodgings. Notice was immediately circulated amongst the members As extensively As possible and at the appointed time about one Hundred were assembled to participate in this interesting interview. They proceeded in a body under the direction of twelve marshals chosen for the occasion to tho Tremont House where they were received by the a a old roman in that kind hearted free and affectionate Maimer so characteristic of himself and so congenial to the feelings of irishmen. After having been introduced to him first collectively nud then individually by col. Prescott who very politely performed this part of the ceremony the president of the society or James Boyd addressed the president As follows sir the members of the 1 charitable Irish society of this City have with much anxiety sought this interview and now feel very proud in having an Opportunity afforded to pay their respects to you personally. Your name sir hns so Long been familiar to them a subject of the highest admiration to Many and of kind respect to ally that they thought they would be guilty of in hospitality a crime which irishmen do not wish Tobe chargeable with did they allow this occasion to pass without visiting you in a body. This society sir is comprised exclusively of irishmen und their direct descendants a class of citizens in this Community not opulent but i May he allowed to say industrious. We Are till sir working bees in the hive. We fill the place now that was once occupied by the men who have a done the state some services in times of peril and of danger. Men who did not withdraw themselves from i i fighting the Buttles of Liberty nor Ever withheld the most zealous support to the Constitution and Laws and magistrates of this our adopted country. A e Hope. Sir the present generation has not fallen Oil from the standing maintained by their fathers and that of occasion required the in Otto on our banners would be a Promise which would be willingly performed at any tune. As i have already remarked irishmen have never been backward in giving support to th0 instill to on of this country nor in showing All due respect to the chief magistrate thereof hut when the highest office is held by the son of an irishman we must he allowed to indulge some feelings of Pride As Well us a. T riot ism. As this is your first visit to the Northern portion a fostered und thy wings we die in your defence the above motto is place on the society s Banner immediately below the figure of the american Eagle. Of the Union permit us to Hope sir that you May find much Here to please you that you will return with a knowledge that this Community is an industrious a prosperous and a Happy one and is we Hope the welfare of irishmen is a subject not uninteresting to you we May be allowed to say that Here we Are generally contented. We do our part to Ivars the support of All Public institutions and receive a full share of their benefits. Allow me sir to Hope that you May have a Safe and pleasant journey till you again reach the Centre of the nation. And that the remainder of your life May be As Long and Happy As the past has been Brilliant and successful. The president replied a a i feel much gratified sir at this testimony of respect shown me by the charitable Irish society of this City. It is with great pleasure that i see so Many of the countrymen of my father assembled on this occasion. I love always been proud of my ancestry and of being descended from that Noble race and rejoice that i am so nearly Allied to u country which has so much to recommend it to the Good wishes of the world. Would to god sir that irishmen on the other Side of the great water enjoyed the comforts hip Pincus Contentment and Liberty that they enjoy Here. I am Well aware sir that irishmen have never been backward in giving their support to the cause of Liberty. They have fought sir for this country valiantly and i love no doubt would fight again were it necessary but i Hope it will be Long before the institutions of our country need support of that kind. Accept my Best wishes for the happiness of Yon this being gone through with the society were about to withdraw when the president again took or. Boyd by the hand and in the most manner held it whilst he expressed himself nearly As follows a a a i non somewhat fatigued. Sir As you May notice but i cannot allow you to part with me till i again shake hands with you which i do for yourself and for the whole society. I assure Yon sir there Are few circumstances that have Given me More heart Felt satisfaction than this visit. I shall remember it with pleasure and i Hope you sir and All of your society will Long enjoy health and thus ended a scene of a most interesting character to the society and it is hoped n pleasant one to the president. The reception was truly re publican no formality no waiting no restraints of any kind except to lion of common pm . And pro Nelv it i Duj Jonii that a Hundred Hueu have met the pre i Dent and been introduced to him with More regularity More decorum or More genuine at ural Good feeling Linn was exhibited on this occasion. From the Sangamon latest protestant improvement in religion. A late number of the Ohio Santo Star contains some strange mormon documents. One of them purports to be a revelation from god to Oliver Cowdery in which he is informed that Joseph Smith is the head of the mormon Church and Flint whatever lie writes will be divinely inspired Oliver too was to be inspired in whatever he should All others of the Brethren who profess to Wpc or speak by inspiration Are declared to he under satanic influence. This revelation probably came from Smith and a delivered by him to Cowdery. It gives to Smith the control of the mormon Church and Oliver is next to him in authority. Sometime ago Hiram Page and a female appeared professing to he inspired and commenced giving out their revelations hut these leaders declared them to be impostors and soon silenced them. It is said that the mormons have now 20 1 preachers in the Field. Many of that Faith Are still pressing West for their a a new Jerusalem a in Missouri where the whole temporal and Spint a concerns of the front Ernitz Are under the despotic diction of one of the creatures of Joseph Smith. Ninety eight mormons men women and children encamped about one mile from this town on night. They a the on their Way to a a new a bad a a g general Rule without exception that All writers am blockheads who sign themselves . Or. m0l estimable Man Lias we regret to say been compelled t0 quit our shores and seek in More genial climes the Revva tin of a Frame on which deep study in Early years attic arduous duties of ids diocese have committed sad Nigg cd. At any time Ireland could ill spare such a mans Devotion to her interests is too Well known to need ,j0tl or comment. We Trust he will yet return to As kit a mind and Framo vigorous and Active and that the or Many a warmest Friend May still mess that land which will a be her Best and purest Patriot when is Call d from tins world Carlow morn tac Post. I re turn or the ptgs0i�5-�?some of these starving esties have returned and Aro returning from Cheltenham and Bath where they have Long sojourned waiting the fruition of their Hopes martial us to restore them a a the sheep that Are lost a and the fleeces thereof. From the number of pastorals and notes of invitation lately issued they May count upon meeting if the re be room in. The county and City prisons with some of the flocks that were scattered. The sheep of another journal. The r. Inglis moved on Friday morning is the House was about to adjourn which accounts for the motion not having been heard in the gallery an address to his majesty for returns respecting the notices or statements which pursuant to the provisions of the act to Geo. In c. 7, and the schedule thereunto annexed have been delivered to the several clerks of the peace or their deputies in great Britain and Ireland by jesuits and members of other religious orders communities or societies of the Church of Rome bound by monastic or religious vows copies of which notices or statements have been in Ireland transmitted to the chief Secretary of the lord lieutenant and in great Britain to one of his Mojo styx a principal secretaries of state according to the further provisions of the a a id act specifying the time or times at or about which such notices or statements have been delivered to such clerks of the peace or their motion was agreed paper. A a Hurcil of the Cross june 15, Patrick m Guirland Sarah m Gnirke. 17, Thomas Rafferty and Sarah Ann Nile 2.1, Tigh and Mary York. 23. Edward Develin and Mary ferry. 24, Edward Husson and Rosanna Collins. Interments in the Catholic imry ing ground i Rico the publication of tie lost a a Michael m Laughlin 7 months. Peter Mee 19 Yean drowned in Jamaica Pond lost sunday. For Boston. I Iio a it on tie 10th of March next from Dublin to Boston a a the fast sailing Brig Sisters capt Pitt to persons in Boston and Vicinity desirous of sending for their friends and seedling to licit passage Here the present Opportunity present every facility in attaining that object. Term made known by applying to d. Timoney 15 water Street. Reference to tie it. Rev. Bishop Fenwick. N. U the time for agreeing for this passage is limited to tie 1st of sept Meier. June 29. Notice. Or Liere will be a Semi annual meeting on wednesday evening next at 8 o clock in tie school room of those gentlemen who have pledged themselves by signature to support the Jesuit for the term of one year. Per order june 29. W. J. M Don Ell a a. Sec a. Notice. A the members of the Boston roman Catholic Mutual re jul Lief society Are notified that their anniversary meeting will be held at the Exchange Coffee Home at 10 of clock a. M. On the 4th Day of july next for tie purpose of choosing officer for the ensuing year and Tran Tutch a other business of the society. A punctual attendance is earnestly requested. Dinner at 3 o clock p. M. Tickets for which May be had of tie following gentlemen vix a m Liow Rosmi Fultn a a Patrick Conolly w. L. A Nam a George Kiernan James King Patrick Phillips James Ryan Michael Cullinan James Byrne John Doherty committee of arrangements. Or at tie bar of the Exchange Coffee mouse. July a d. Timoney st y. In formation wanted. Be Bridget Mctiernan 121 Franklin st. New York is a i anxious to learn tie present abode of her two sister vix. Margaret and Winifred Mctierman daughters of Peter Mctiernan and Margaret cd Juicy. County of 1-Elriiu and Parish of a Largy Ireland. They left Sligo july 12, 1h27, for st. John s n. B. July 15 just i Elisii de a and now for Sale a i p. Mooney s Book store Corner of Federal and Franklin Street the catechism or the you soil or to Kkt announced a being in the pres orc time ago. The Amu work May be had of John Doyle and Cincinnati. Ohio and of John King Charleston 8. C. Price $1,50 cent per copy. Alivio an excellent Little work entitled the Cross is its Trtek Lio it. Price 25 cents. June 1. Tyg it horses Carriage and chaises to let by Francis Tel Lafferty at the Exchange stabling for Dorse. April 27. Water Street. To Illiam p. M Kay would Avail himself of Thia Opportunity to return i sincere thanks to his patrons and the Public generally for the Liberal share of support which they have been ply a to Confer on him since his right most Cne a a a int in business and would a a Nult a continuance at the same time assuring them that he will spare no Paina for personal attention to Render and execute tie Rinn lest favor bestowed in his line at once the most reasonable and satisfactory and feel a degree of Plch sure and Confidence in saying that tie articles now offered tor Sale to the ladies and gentlemen cannot in Point of Quality Ana Price fail to please. Fine Gold Pluff d lockets Fine do. Jet. Pearl chased and Plain Finger ring n�?z0 , Jalapa of a Quot liar Shamrock Rose Cross and Oiler patterns a Leer Taimy let do. Toothpicks do. Teg spoon table and Tea of. Satin Stone necklaces scissors spectacles Peak Nivon it Tiee and gentlemen s Gilt Morocco pocket books with a a a without clasps radio graphic three Slit pen with and without Gprman Silver Case and Ivory handles a do ume and single Ivory and hons pocket comes watch chains seals key a no trimmings generally warranted English watches from to $25 each do Oij Fht Day and mahogany timepieces a. March

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