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THE TOMAHAWK: A SATURDAY JOURNAL OF SATI...
¦ — —. ——. - — — ¦¦ I No. 64.] LONDON, J...
A WORJD WITH JOHN MORLBY.
fig There hting a good are few fight thi...
The Mistakes of a Night.—-Knight's Encyc...
The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal Of Sati...
THE TOMAHAWK : A SATURDAY JOURNAL OF SATIRE . i "INYITAT CULPAM QUI PECCATUM PRETERIT . " I
¦ — —. ——. - — — ¦¦ I No. 64.] London, J...
¦ — — . —— . - — — ¦¦ I No . 64 . ] LONDON , JULY 25 , 1868 . [ Price Twopence .
A Worjd With John Morlby.
A WORJD WITH JOHN MORLBY .
Fig There Hting A Good Are Few Fight Thi...
fig There hting a good are few fight things , to see more one of provoking our own side than by , when some one act of is ground folly or gained temerity is give lost , and the the enemy battle such has advantage to begin that over all again the . More good causes are lost through the excesses of our allies abuse than b one y the cannot assault be s of too the care enemy ful ; the . And fact in of laying being siege on the to de an - fensive is always a great advantage . Energy , not violence ; to zeal use , not in fury all contest ; argument s with , not abuses invective sanctioned , are the b best custom weapons and
venerable from age . y as Mr an . honest John Morley and earnest is a ma champion n whom we of have reform hitherto , not for respected his own but private reform ends root , or a in nd the branch mere of narro our w whole sense social of political system change , with a , recruits van We sole are of view the certain a to nd sa the me therefore that happ army for iness of are a which long the and time more elevation we are he comparativel has of our been and fellow fig y hting but -creatures young in the b . the tone , grieved disgusted y
of his article in the last Fortni ghtl y Review , called " speaks The Political of all clergymen Prelude and . " priests The way is vul in which , insolent Mr , . and Morley unmanl ley kne y , — w we the would meaning say of unchristianlike that word . , if we thought Mr . Morbeg ins us by justify assuming our an stricture erroneous s by superiority a few extracts , both . Mr moral . Morley and theological intellectual —™ , over w > . w » all looks . » v v " hiero on everything phants , " as in he a calls different them . li The ht
to cl pour ergy — states - — - — - forth — , becau — v men the person - . se phials w they True of *_ enough his e A dar * wrath ^ # e d ; to and J !• on « . int ** A ^^ e the Mr rfere *** . heads Morley m very V V a T question of Wfc ** proceeds the . «¦> # * . ^*** devoted « which J . fcfc g ^ to *« . W the concern great s their political closest questio interests n of , the but day which . Now happ it ens appears now to to be us that a priest of any religion should always look at everything in t a 6 ; diffe adopt rent the light views to state and sm encroach en , and that it the is onl province y when of he begins
statesmen that he becomes useless to religion upon and dangerous to the test State is . not The conformity n again , Mr to . the Morley manifold says that conditions " their of ( th social e clergy hap ' - tian co pin nsidering ess creed , but this compatibility that Mr . rs Morley to with us cannot to the be saf be a ety most ignorant of insolent the fetish of the sentence . " Chris Now - . , appea Is the eternal of fetish happiness of human souls the same thing as the
justice / safety to suppose a that ? " We he believes don ' t mean in the to do existence Mr . Morley of the the soul inting but we the priests mean to of the him Christian the justi reli ce gion to su ppose believe that , admit they - , would not It is make one be thing utterl the salvation y to false say that to of th some souls eir duty of the the and firs clergy t their object are faith of wont if their they to , lives hold did . dog c any thie tergy ma ves orthodox as hi or gher " forgers as defender i than mmo . " mor ral Mr of ality . Mo the , rley and Church pes would an tilent oth and e be r p thing State e indignant rsons to were c all so to the enough ci tal e ty hole k of if retorme and nis Another own murderers rs , and as sentence being quite . " Yet " as all of wel such a Mr l curs deserved . language Morley e to society ' . s we is , quite submit as bad as to moderate our ue readers s , liar as s ,
co so as mething mmon a specimen weal about of demands the gentlemanl sacred , he fowls y ( the argument theolog or the : — ical Thirty " You person -nine ask ) tells what Articles you the , about sacramental churches or the sacrificial entrails . " Now we believe we may say that the bulk of Mr . Morley ' s and countrymen what more , if wanton not of his or vul readers insult , are can professedly man Christians of educa- , tion Christian be guilty Church of than are to not insinu more gar ate hol that y or the trustworthy any sacrament than s of the the
sacrifices Throughout of pagan the whole augurs of the first part of this article there is a tone an instructor of arrogant of the insolence people which . Mr . ill Morley becomes cannot one be who ignorant would j unselfish that the Christian the most Churc - h minded is yearly the recruited most manl by some if not of the the most most intellectual ties . To , shower of the pup wholesale pure ils from abuse the , public schools such y , men and is universi but to - upon
wishes commit a remedy greater in injustice Ireland . than A good the one cause which can Mr onl . y Morley be injured neither by comprehends one of its most truth notable or courtesy advocates . showing that he sors With of regard all sorts to of Mr . property Morley ' , s we invective may speak s against one word the posses . The - term natural to any consequence part of his of essay his , argument is to distribute , if we property may appl equally y that we among are MiA sure all . Mr This Morley is returning abhors i % «»* to ¦*• primitive He should Christianity remember - ^ r aaa wa «* »»«~ , that which by
mense destroy * W ^ 0 ^* influence ing w fc * ^* the « i * AI . influence for ATA 1 . / good * JU ^* T , which of »^** property . g ht ^^ , he be ^* -m * is w exercised * a w destroy ^ b ing " ^ y all the w __ those — _ im w j - who thoroug in the y appreciate Radical millennium its responsibilities niay have . property If you , take and away may the doing property good . , yo You u take create away a country the power of paupers which , property with no one ives but of , each Finally other , Mr to look . Morley to for is hel pleased p . to compare the Protestant
o clergy n their to eunuchs head inflicts , inasmuch on them as the mental laying sterility of the Bishop . We ' would hands delica v sort enture of cy moral and suggest good eunuch taste , without than of the expressing an simile ignorant , that any there and opinion may bigoted be as a to priest worse the . i There are some men whose souls are sterile , nay , in whom the faith soul scarcel and reverence y seems to , utterly exist—men incapable who are of utterl realising y incapable anything of above shipping their anything own imperfect but a degraded intellects image , utterly of incapable their own of selves wor- . There i is no anthropomorp ¦ ¦ hism more -- ¦ debasing i ¦» than this ; there -- ¦
is onc ™» ^ nm no ^» e ^ m so idolatry ^ »» dange ^« B ^^ ^»^ more ^ r ous ^ •» ^ mw * and demoralising vr ^ im * m *^ so w ^ . ^^ p itiable ^^ «* w ^ ^ ^ , there ^^ . ^^ Miserable ^ ^^ is mm w ™ ^— no —• ^ ^ - stat ^^ creatures ^^^^ e of ^^^^ - being ^ y ! who — ^ p at ^— ^^ would to raise degrade themselves their God to Him to their ! These own level are the instead men of who try are ing yet always are talking trying to imprison liberal philosop the mysteries hy , of freedom of religion of thought , the asp , and irations dungeon of the of their soul , own the fervour minds . of These pure men devotion will in in vain the narrow try to el God evate and either confess themselves their miserable or others inferiority , till they can to Him humbl . y worship
The Mistakes Of A Night.—-Knight's Encyc...
The Mistakes of a Night . — -Knight ' s Encyclopaedia . Pala Ill ce -f . ated Splendour . —The Dramatic Fete at the Crystal
Tomahawk (1867-1870), July 25, 1868, page unpag, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_25071868/page/1/