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Spirit of the Irish press. SIR ROBERT TEEL’S RETIREMENT—HIS DECLARATIONS RESPECTING IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

Spirit of the Irish press. SIR ROBERT TEEL’S RETIREMENT—HIS DECLARATIONS RESPECTING IRELAND. Suspense is at an end. There is no longer room to doubt whether Sir Robert has gone out, or whether Lord John Russell has been sent for. Sir Robert has announced his resignation ; the Queen has accepted it, and sent for Lord John as his successor. By this time the noble lord is the Brittle Minister of England, and before the week has closed we shall become acquainted with the men, means, and materials through which he proposes to conduct the future government of these countries. The statement of the right hon. baronet on his resignation will be found at length elsewhere. It is extremely graceful, considerate and uncomplaining. Indeed, circumstances present nothing to the ex-Pre-mier of w hich he could complain with justice. Upon opposition, from his former followers he must have calculated. He must have anticipated the terms on which they recently bespoke him. Hernusthave been prepared for t...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE ENGLISH MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

THE ENGLISH MINISTRY. The Ministry who prosecuted the Repealers, who proclaimed the Clontarf meeting, who concentrated a mighty army upon our shores to fight with public opinion, who declared that concession to Ireland had reached its limits, that the Irish Church must be upheld in Ireland’s despite, and the Union maintained, if needful by grape-shot—this Ministry retires from the Cabinet, protesting that Ireland ought tor the future to be treated on quite different principles— ought to be equalised, assimilated to the “sister country”—o.ughtto have vast additions to all her municipal and political rights and privileges, so that it may be impossible to say there is any difference between the two Islands—no*t one of which suggestions ever occurred to them while they had power to carry them into effect They throw them out now to embarrass the new Government, and so they pass from the Queen’s Cabinet with a lie in thei’r right hand. And anew gang of conspirators against the liberties o...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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OLD AND YOUNG IRELAND AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

OLD AND YOUNG IRELAND AGAIN. We are beginning to become sick of the vile phraseology. We have just read the proceedings of the association on Monday. Allowing all possible merit to the prose, poetry and eloquence of the old young gentlemen who are for setting up for themselves, having no connection with the house at the other side may we be permitted to call in question their prudence? ‘Thoughts that breathe and words that burn* are beautiful in their way, and for after dinner amusement gives us a literary enjoyment. But when high interests are involved, and a mighty game is to bo played, we like the resolved silence of common sense, and calm but determined resolution which is not born of fancy nor uttered in holiday phrases. “Young Ireland” are wanting not in valor hut discretion, and a fat gentleman, immortalised by Shaks- ' peare, is an authority on that point. In our case we don’t want “mine antient Bistols,” but a sober perseveringness and prudential caution. We think it was ex...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

A PARMER XVA ■ pay a moderate salary to an ind >mer with a small family to resi loin His of a mile from this vdlgae. free house and the use of one cow c limited privileges of keeping swine, but a Farmer of temperate habits, a character, good health, and great with preparing compost manures, i turned to cultivate the earth, is dtsir ing a permanent home for himself preferred, a man that can always rtai faithful to the interest of his employe ting himself and others to work. Sin whom this privilege would be u bjes ply without evidence of the Qualificui ferences will he required—and ujl) ap must be post-paid. BAR! Kcnnebunk, Maine, Jiine2S, 134 J. IS r WILLIAM 11 J l -. r-Ai —Tv Tc informs his friends ii he can furnish tta Carriages, us cheap as any other in shortest notice, by applying at nisstf Boston All orders punctually attenc E. KF » Y.J CHINA, C a RITA BEE CUTLEki, SOLAR LA Ml ire, No. 34 0 Washington street, B 14 AV J Eli MlK'lAbll No. 101 Ann street, corner ofl resp...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

Ma first rate chance in ROXBURI • Six Houses and two Stores to be Let, situated on the Tremont ltoad: they will be let tor one or more years. It is the best pi ace of business in Roxbury and tile stores are well calculated for Provisions or Groceries—being well fitted up for tti s same. The above place is near Hussies street, the other side of the bridge, on the Tremont Road. Inquire for L. MCCARTHY, jy2s Opposite Starch Factory. M GALLAGHER continues to furnish MONU- • MENTS and GRAVE STONES. Persons in llostou or viciibly wanting sucii, will do well to call at the shop of OONDIN 4- HOVV’KEH, i t Charlestown street, where he will keep specimens constantly on hand. Canton, July 20, 1848. jy2s I\T OTICE. A School has been opened by the underLv signed ut St. Mary’s Hall. Endicott street, for boys who are too old to attend the Public Schools. Thev will tie taught the following Branches, viz: Heading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar,Geography, Book-Keeping by single and double entr...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

Notices of this kind inserted, four tunes for $l. INFORMATION WANTED, Of WILLIAM, PATRICK, MARY, and LARA KYLE, native# ol Svrineford, co. Ma\o, who sailed from Sligo 14 years last May. About 8 jeans ago they lived in the vicinity of New Y ork. Their sister, Nancy, is very anxious to hear from them. Direct letters to Patrick Gilroy, Towpath, John street, Utica, N.Y. augi—4t IT Of WILLIAM McNAMARA, a native of parish of Ballatague, county Derry. When last heard from he was in Kingston, Upper Canaria. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, Henry McNamara, 201 Mercer street, New York. Montreal Pilot will please cony. her will be thankfully received by James Casey, Detroit, Michigan. a tig 1-41 if Of PATRICK CROW, a native ofco. Kilkenny, parish of Thomustowu, who emigrated to this country about 13 years ago—returned to Ireland and came back again. When last heard from he was in the State of Massachusetts, about 4 years ago. Any information respecting...

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MR. HOLMES’ SPEECH IN DEFENCE OF THE NATION NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

MR. HOLMES’ SPEECH IN DEFENCE OF THE NATION NEWSPAPER. Mr. Holmes proceeded to address the jury for the traverser, and said—My lord and gentlemen of the jury, I am in this case counsel for Charles Gavau Duffy, who is, and has been for a considerable time proprietor and publisher of the Nation newspaper, and I may say this much for him, and for it, that the columns of that paper have never yet been defiled by any reflection or attack on private character. But with respect to public measures, and public men, and public subjects, and especially in the cause of Ireland, he has conducted that newspaper with great talent and ability. Hence the present publication—a newspaper of this character and description in Ireland, is sure to be well watched by the government; and when any thing that the government thinks rather too strong, and is too strung for its delicate nerves (laughter) appears in such a journal, a case is forthwith laid before the Attorney-General—as the present case no doubt,...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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O'CONNELL AND YOUNG IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

O'CONNELL AND YOUNG IRELAND. The English and the American Press have for years been watching to find and magnify some evidences of disunion in the national party of Ireland. It is evident that in a party so large and so rapidly increasing they will easily find differences of opinion and expression. They take hold of these, and build castles in the air upon them: they make up wise and prophetic theories by which they pretend to explain the state of parties in Ireland, and the future fate of the nation. This mode of making war is not very formidable; yet it is calculated to teaze and irritate the Irish people, fully as much as an attack of musquitos on a summer’s evening, in the land of liberty, or a nocturnal charge, in flank and reverse, of those light cavalry, the fleas. It has become very fashionable too; and it has obtained some countenance from a superficial appearance of division which a few ill-advised people are keeping up in the Association. The worst of it is, that by this ...

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FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. Catholic Chaplains. The reverend gentlemen appointed by the President of the United Stales as Chaplains for the soldiers professing the Roman Catholic religion, McElroy and Rey, arrived on the Bth inst., in the steamship Troy from Point Isabel. Gen. Taylor is still at Matamoras—has about 15,000 troops in all, some of which are stationed at Point Isabel, Brazos, St. Jago, Rurrita, and the largest portion, probably two thirds his whole force at Matamoras: a small number is at Reinosa, a short distance above Matamoras. The General would have commenced his advance upon Monterey at this time, had he not have been stopped by an unfortunate occurrence; the Rio del i\orte has risen and overflowed the countrv so as to arrest all movements for the present; the' whole country is inundated : the wagon train cannot pass between Point Isabel and Matamoros. The walls, or rather ramparts, of Fort Brown,are now laved by the waters of the Rio Grande, from whose banks, but a few ...

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From the “Times Commissioner." [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

From the “Times Commissioner." A Walloping Couple. Two very strange beings made their appearance behis Honor yesterday morning, who answered to the names of Jane and Sammy said that she had come ! to his honor for protection from her “brute of a Sammy,” for lie had wallop’d her until she was all over in spots as blue as his honor’s sweet eves were, God bless ’em! His Honor—“ This is very wrong, Sammy, what have you to say in palliation of t his enormous offence?” S.—“l’ve got considerbull to say, yer boner! Fust, aim this ere a free country and aint my wife my property and if my property gits rusty aint 1 got a right to brighten it? And second, yer honer, if I hadn’t a wallop’d her, she’d a wallop’d me ; we had it rough and tumble for half an hour as it was, an if it hadn’t been for her long hair givin’ me a good holt, I’ve an uncommon idea she’d a licked me. Why, yer honer, she licked me last week, worse nor 1 licked her this time, and yer honer knows that ‘ turn and twin about ’ i...

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From N. Orleans Delta of July 19. LATER FROM MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

From N. Orleans Delta of July 19. LATER FROM MEXICO. The Havana papers received yesterday by the Hope Hows, contain the Mexican news carried there by the British mail steamer Clyde, which had arrived from Vera Cruz on the 16th inst. The Clyde had on board $295,000 and 44 passengers. Passengers by the Clyde stated that it was the intention of the U. S. squadron to attack San Juan de Ulloa on the 10th July. The vessels at Sscrificio on the Ist were, the frigate Cumberland Raritan and Potomac, 50 guns each ; sloop-ot-war John Adams, 20 j brig Somers, 10 ; steamer Mis- ; and steamer Princeton, 7. The foreign men of war lying there at the same time were, Spanish frigate Cristina, sloop-of-war Luisa Fernando, and brig Habanero; British frigate Endymion, sloop-of-war Rose, and steamer Vesuvius ; French sloop of-war La Peronse and brig Mercure. Besides these, the commander of the Clyde says he saw six large American vessels of war off Vera Cruz. The city on the 30th ult., was declared under...

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TO AN IRISH EMIGRANT GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

TO AN IRISH EMIGRANT GIRL. TYRO. Come hither! thou child of misfortune! come hither! We will weep with thee tear lor tear; In the path of thy journey so bleak and bitter, The thorns we will help thee to clear. Poor wanderer front the bright land ofsong, He cheerful! thy home shall be here; Though the rich or great ones when passing along, Should despise both thee and thy tear. Oh! what heart that had e’er felt their wrongs would not melt; The wrongs of our kinsmen in the land where we dwelt; Where the strong arm and red hand once wielded the steel, And the force of its weight the invaders did feel. But of hopes that were bright aud thy own home they robbed thee, They tore thee from all that was dear; ’Gainst the blast it but sheltered, yet from it they drove thee, And sent thee a wanderer here. We feel every pang of thy disconsolate heart, When harsh bitter words thou dost hear; But words can never our feelings impart, We will weep with thee tear for tear. Yet rejoice, thou sad one!...

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COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS. The annual exhibition of this flourishing institution, took place on Wednesday. The day was delightful, and every thing passed off to the gratification and satisfaction of all. As we are promised some account of the proceedings from a “Visiter” we shall content ourselves with publishing the following:—■ A. M. D. G. ' DISTRIBUTION OF PREMIUMS IN THE College oj the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass, July 29, 184 G. The following students having distinguished themselves in their respective classes, are rewarded with Silver Crosses of honor, or Premiums, or are honorably mentioned. In the Class oj First Humanities— The Cross of honor is awarded to James ilealy, Gu ; the Premium to John McCabe, Mass. Accesserunt—bnniei Kelly, Ireland; Hamel Hanruhan, N. V ; Charles Pyc, Mu. In the Class oj Second Humanities— The Cross of honor at awarded to liugh Mealy, ha ; the Premium to Edward Scott, Ireland. Accesserunl— Michael Carney, Mass ; George Lloyd, Mass ; Clement B. Erwi...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

They had a good repeal meeting in New York on Monday evening.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

Business department. THE BOSTON PHOT IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR, PATRICK DOXAHOE, On every Saturday morning, at No 1 Spring Lane, near Washington Street, Boston, Mass. TERMS... .s2.so—if paid within three months from the time of subscribing—otherwise §3 will be charged. $1.50 for six months. Four months $l. O' Letters not post-paid (except from Agents) are not released from the Post-oflice. Our Western Friends. We would inform our numerous friends in the western part of New York, that Mr. John Macauly has started on a collecting tour for us. We hope our friends in arrears will be ready to settle with him tf Lowell. We have long been desirous to establish the cash system in the “ city of spindles,’ and have made arrangements to commence it the first week of September. We have therefore forwarded bills to our Agent, Mr. Thomas Ward up to that time, whick we hope our friends will meet promptly. The cash system works well wherever It has been establisned. It is better fo...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

Robert Patterson, a native of Ireland, has been confirmed by the Senate of the United States, a Major-General of Volunteers.—Native Paper. The Tariff Bill, which has been under discussion for some time in Congress, passed the Sanate by a small majority. markets. Biuohton Monday, July?!. At market, SIO Beef Cattle, (mclqding those left over and sold the last of the week'), 8 yokes Working Oxen, 26 Cows and Calves, 1200 Sheep and I.amhs, and about 350 Swine. Prices. Beef Cattle—Extra s6.2s—fiirst duality 6—second Quality 5 I® 5.50 Working Oxen—Sales were made at $53,65 i® 82.50 Cows and Calves—Sales were made at $23 , 26 , 31, 34 (a) 40. Sheep and Lambs—Sales of lots varying from $1.63 (a) 2.75 i® 3.00 Swine—Sales were not noticed, there being but few at market. N.B. There is a lot of 242 head of Cattle on the road, a part of which will be at market Wednesday, July 28th,say 122 head of flue Quality. married. On Monday, 27th July, by the Rev. Mr. Lynden, Mr. Georoe 11. Poster to Miss M...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

JOHN HERDMAN A. CO.’S Old Established United Slates and Great Britain atul Ireland EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, No. til South street, New York. HERDMAN, KLb.NAN A CO., Liverpool. Aml by their boston Agent, MR. MICHAEL MOONEIi at the Catholic bookstore, Ftilerul street,—the sure good old stand. Passage to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packet ships, sailing on the Ist, 6th, lull, luth, list, and kAitlt of each month to and lroni Liverpoo, and to and from Lond.oll on the Ist, 10th, and 20th of each mouth. The Liverpool United Line is comprised of the following superior ships: SHIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. Independence, Allen, 750 Henry Clay, Nye, 1300 Waterloo, Allen, 1000 Fidelia, Hacksta/T, }OUO Ifottinguer, Bursley, 993 Roscius, Eldridge, 1631 Europe, Furhcr, 630 Ashburton, llowland, 1000 JolinK.Skiddy,9kiddy, 960 New York, Cropper, 660 Siddons. Cobb, 695 Liverpool, Eldridge, Shenandoah, West, 600 Yorkshire, Bailey, Khoridan...

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