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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

Arrangements for is to. oldest AND CHEAPEST PASSAGE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES, corner oj Pine and South Streets, New Yorlc. The Subscriber begs leave to call tlie attention of bis Friends mid the Public in general, to the following arrangements for the year IM6, and for the purpose of bringing out Cabin, Second Cabin, and Steerage Passengers, by the following REGULAR PACKET SUITS TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL: HENRY (LAY, Captain Nye, sails from New York January 6, May ti, September 6; from Liverpool, Feb’y 21, June2l, October al. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain Thompson, sails from New York January 11, May 11, Sept’r 11; trom Liverpool, Feb’y 26, June 26, October 26. GARRICK, Captain Skiddy, sails from Now York Jan’y 26, May 26, September 26; from Liverpool, March 11, July 11, November 11. PATRICK HENRY, Captain Delano, sails from New York F'eb’y 6, June 6, October 6; from Liverpool, March 21, July 21, November 21. VIRGINIAN, Captain Hearn, sails front New Y’ork Feb 11, June 11, October 11; fro...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

Taapscott’S general emigration OFFICES, 7 5 South street, comer of Maiden Lane, New York, and 9(» Waterloo Road, Liverpool. Arrangements Jor 1840. In calling attention to their arrangements lor 1846, the subscribers cannot but express the pleasure they feel in acknowledging the unexampled success they have met with during the past year, and beg to assure their friends and the public of the United States and Canada, that the same untiring industry and marked attention to the cointdrt of those entrusted to their care for the purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which have gained for their House such wide spread popularity will be their constant study to sustuin. The Lines for which the subscribers are Agents consists of the New Line of Liverpool Packets, viz; Ui'een of the West, (new), 1260 tons burthen, Capt. P. IVoodhouse, sails from New York, Jan 21st, May ‘Jlst, Sept 2lst; from Liverpool, March 6th, J uly (ilh, Nov 6th. SuKuioAX, 1100 tons, Capt. G. B. Cornish, from N. Y...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

AMERICAN, YORKSHIRE, CAMBRIDGE. OXFORD, MONTEZUMA, RIO HE, BROTHERS & CO.’S ARRANGE MEATS FOR 1 8-1 IS Remittances to, and Fas sage to and from. Great Britain and Ireland, by the "Black Balt, or Old Line oJ Liverpool Rackets," sailing from JSeui fork and Liverpool on the Ist arid lotli of every month. And by First Class American Ships, sailing weekly. Persons sending to the “Old Country” tor their Friends, can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them brought out in any ot' the Eight Ships comprising the Illack liall, or Old l.nie of Liverpool Packets, tsailing from Liverpool on the Ist and llith of every month*) also by First Class Ships, sailing From that port weekly, which our Agents, Messrs. James D. Roche Sc Cos there will see are sent out without delay. Should those sent l'or not come out, the Money will be refunded without any deduction. The Illack Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent ships, and w ill...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 1 August 1846

G< SHERLOCK’S GENERAL EMIGRATION OFFICE, 3U Peck Slip, New York. Arrangements Jor 1H i l>< The Subscriber bee's leave to ihlorm bis Friends ami the Public, that be has opened an Omceas above, iu conjunction with his Old Established House in Liverpool, and hopes, from his being long and favorably known in the trade, to be able to give satisfaction to all parties wishing to emigrate to or from the “Old Country,” having a KCOLLAR LINK OK THE FINEST PACKET SHU'S, SAILING WEEKLY, viz: St. Patrick, Samuel liicks, Hottinguer, John K. Skiddy, Rappahannock, John Raring, Ohio, Kalamazoo, Cincinnati, Liberty, Tarlinta, Eutaw, Niagara, St. Lawrence, South Carolina, Europe, Monticeilo, Oronoco, Adirodaek, Leopard, Isaac Allerton, Pantile, Mayflower, Jus H. Shepherd. Any persons wishing to engage passage tor their friends, may depend upon having every attention paid them iu Liverpool. When parties settling for passage decline coming out, the money will be immediat...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

BONTON PILOT PATRICK DON'A HOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT~ LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. < OFFICE, I I No. 1, Spuing Lane. ) $2.5(J::::3n Nuance. Boston, ocituri>cuj, August S, 18 SG. bulimic 9::::5?o. 32.

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ORIGINAL. TO THE NATIONALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

ORIGINAL. TO THE NATIONALISTS. TYRO. Sound the loud trumpet o’er the Saxon’s red sea; The Nation has triumphed, the patriots are tree! Such a phalanx of freemen they ue’er could enslave, Their writs and their humbug are sunk in the wave. So we’ll sound the loud trumpet tar over the sea, The Nation has triumphed and Duffy is free. Sound the loud trutnp round the Island so green, One victory more at the bench ofthe Queen! Tell them how itnnly and boldly ye stood; As ye vowed and achieved tor your country’s good. Then sound the loud trumpet o’er your own Irish sen, Tell the English they kuow it your land must be tree. Sound the loud trumpet in the east and theSvcst; Proclaim how you humbled the lots who detest— The name of your nation, your home, uud your race. And plunder and rob you in spite of your lace. Then sound the loud trumpet o’er your own Irish sea, Tell the spoilers they know it, your land must be free. Sound the loud trumpet, come forth in your streugth; Bid the Nation be r...

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

Items. The stubs of cigars, or what are usually denominated “ old soldiers,” are collected from their filthy depositories and steps of hotels in some of our principal cities, and Bold to the snuff makers; but yet it is considered almost a breach of politeness to refuse a proffered pinch of a highly scented rappee from a gold hox. Property of Females in New Hampshire. A law has passed, intended to secure to married women rightsTn property, real and personal, which they have in their own right,protecting them from the debts of their husbands. The property of the w ife is held liable for her own debts coitracted before or after her marriage. It also grants to females the right of disposing of their own property. • One cause of the great destruction by the fire at Nantucket, was the want of union and harmony in the fire department, whereby its efficiency was greasy impaired. The New Bedford Mercury says, that with a proper organization of the fire department the progress of the flames m...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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TEMPORAL POWER OF THE POPES-ITS ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

TEMPORAL POWER OF THE POPES-ITS ORIGIN. Now that public attention is fixed on the recent election of the Sovereign Pontiff, Pius IX., many of our readers will, we have no doubt, be gratified by the following historical summary of the origin of the temporal power of the Popes, taken from V. R. Doctor Donovan’s interesting and learned work, entitled “Rome, Ancient and Modern, and its Environs,” a work which we cannot too strongly recommend to every reader of education:— “After the fall of the western empire, Italy remained a prey to the Northern barbarians; but the evil effects of their domination were experienced by Rome more than any other Italian city, attracted the rapacity of those ferocious and greedy herds. Accordingly, she fell successively under the dominion of Heruli and the Goths; and if, after the cruel laceration, she returned for a time to the empire of the east, it was only to augment her sufferings by subjecting her to the arbitrary misrule of the imperial ministers. E...

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Arrival of the Hibernia! ELEVEN DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

Arrival of the Hibernia! ELEVEN DAYS LATER NEWS. The Hibernia, which left Liverpool on the 4th ult., arrived at Boston on Monday. We have received our files of Irish and English papers up to the 19th of July, from which we have selected largely for our paper of to-day. HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 15. Lord John Russell in the course of his remarks on the arrangement of public business, said in relation to Irish affairs : “For instance, with respect to the Irish Church, he did not concur himself in the opinions of Earl Grey. He then stated the intentions of himself and colleagues with respect to Ireland. The social grievances of that country were those which were most prominent. Though he could not hope to apply a complete remedy to them, he had some hope that at the end of ten or a dozen years Government might place Ireland in a condition far superior to its present destitution. His colleagues and himself had that practical end in view,and would not be led away from it by differences on m...

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Irish Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

Irish Parliament. The meeting of the Repeal Association of the Gth July was presided over by Nicholas Maher, Esq., M.P., who briefly addressed the meeting. SPEECH OF THE DAY PRESENT STATE OF AFFAIRS CERTAINTY OF REPEAL. The Liberator then rose to address the meeting, and spoke as follows: There is one thing that every body must admit, that we have come to a crisis of the utmost importance, that we have arrived at a conjuncture which may be worked out for much good, or may be perverted into much mischief. I am thoroughly convinced, Sir, that if we couduet ourselves with the wisdom and discretion which has been so often manifested by public bodies in Ireland, the object of our wishes is not far removed—the achievement of Repeal is not uncertain (loud cheers.) Much, however, depends on the course that w e should pursue. We are thrown on our own resources—every thing appears favorable to us, and the only tiling is, whether there shall be any disparagement thrown on the public cause by t...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE LIBERATOR IN DUNDALK. BANQUET TO MR. D. O'CONNELL, JUN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

THE LIBERATOR IN DUNDALK. BANQUET TO MR. D. O'CONNELL, JUN. The scene witnessed in this town was one calculated to give renewed' hope to Ireland. There was no falling off in national enthusiasm—no forgetfulness by the people of the principles to which they are pledged—no indifference to the holy cause of liberty and nationhood in the magnificent procession and banquet with which the men of Dundalk received and honored their future representative. THE LIBERATOR, accompanied by Mr. D. O’Connell, jun., Captain Broderick, Mr. Barret, and other gentlemen, took his departure from Dublin by the eleven o’clock train on Tuesday. The arrival in Drogheda was a scene of joyous enthusiasm; vast crowds had assembled at the railway terminus, and these accompanied the party to the hotel, giving vent all the way to strong and earnest shouts of welcome. DUNDALK. At every cross road along the line there was a tributary stream to the immense “wave of the multitude;” almost at every step the excitement ...

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Correspondence. WASHINGTON, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

Correspondence. WASHINGTON, July 30th, 1846. There is very little news here, either political, religious or literary. The session of Congress is drawing near to a close, and already the heat of the “Dogdays” has driven some of the less zealous members from their posts. Their proceedings excite very little curiosity, and the attendance in the galleries is about as slim as that on the floor. A quorum of members in the House of Representatives, is novv-a-days a “rara avis in terra;" and to see the farce which is sometimes enacted in attempting to force the attendance of a quorum, one would almost suffer to be bored by the long, dry “ Texas speeches ” on the “ Tariff hill,” which are daily delivered to empty benches and echoing walls. However, this session has been one of vast importance to the interests of the country, either for better or worse. Many laws of highest legislative character, have been enacted, and for the first time for many a long year, Congress has been called on to ap...

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NAZARETH, KY., [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

NAZARETH, KY., July 25 th, 1 846. To the Editor of the Button Pilot: Deiu Sir, —-It gives me great pleasure in my Southern tour, to drop you a few lines, descriptive of my visit to this place. 1 have never been so far in the interior of Kentucky before this time; but wishing to witness the examinations at the Nazareth Academy, I took stage at Louisville, and came on to Bardstown. I find quite an assemblage of respectable people from the West and South, eager to be present at the interesting exercises and ceremonies. On my arrival at the school, I was kindly received by several of the Rev. Gentlemen, and shown the institution. The question was not asked me, to what religion 1 was attached, or whether I professed any, but all attention and kindness was shown me. I have had the pleasure of visiting many institutions of learning, both in Europe and America, and must acknowledge that I never have witnessed more system, order and management in an Academy, or more beauty and usefulness in ...

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ROCHESTER, N. Y., [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

ROCHESTER, N. Y., J. R. July 27 th, 1846. Mr. P. Donahoe: Sit#— On yesterday (Sunday) another Catholic Church was added to the number with which our city has been already blessed. This makes the fifth Catholic Church that has been dedicated to the service of Almighty God in Rochester. A procession was formed in front of tiie old Church, between the hour of 9 and 10 A.M., ami marched two deep. A splendid Hand joined the choir in chanting the Psalms during the procession; the clergy and attendants were dressed in surplices; the Very Rev. Peter Chakcrt, Superior of the lledemptorists in the United States, was officiating or high priest, and was clothed in cope. When the procession arrived in front of the new edifice, the ceremony of dedication commenced. On the conclusion, a grand High Mass was celebrated, the Very Rev. Superior celebrant, assisted by the Rev. G. Baraneok, C.S.S.R., Rev. J. A. Hesperlin, C.S.S.R., as Deacon and Sub-Deacon, and Rev. F. Ischenhons, C.S.S.R., as Master of...

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WAR AND NATIVE MAHERS [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

WAR AND NATIVE MAHERS JUSTITIA. The valiant and heroic General Tay-j lor has issued a proclamation to the peo- j pie of Mexico, an extract from which we subjoin: “ Your religion, your altars and churches, the property of your churches and citizens, the emblems of your faith and its ministers shall be protected, and remain inviolate. Hundreds of our people, are members of the Cutholic Church. In every State, and in nearly every city, and village of our Union, Catholic Churches j exist, anil the Priests perforin their holy j functions, in peace and security, under the sacred guarantee of our constitution.! W e come among the people of Mexico as friends anil republican brethren, and all who receive us as such, shall he protected, j whilst all who are seduced into tile army of your Dictator, shall be treated as enemies.” Philadelphia. The following communication is from the Times: — Mr. Editor: —Some four of five weeks ago, your neighbor of the Sun, exhibited a most nervous anxiety to b...

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RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. Translated from Le Propagateur Catholique. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. Translated from Le Propagateur Catholique. Diocese of Mobile. We learn from a source which can be depended on, that the Jesuits of the Province of Lyon in France, have accepted the offer of the college of Springhill near Mobile, which Dr. Porter has made to them by his Grand Vicar, the j Rev. M. Bazin, at present in France. The Rev. Fathers will take possession of the College on the first of November: they | will at the same time take charge of the Diocesan' school. Berlin. In a meeting of Rongists at Berlin, in the absence of the Pastor, who | did not think proper to show himself, says | an eye-witness, the Marquilles of the Coin- ; inune addressed the meeting and showed, j by a statement he had brought, that their whole enterprise was on the point of' failure. “He began by correcting the error which ' the Commune had made with respect to 1 the number of members, reducing them from nine hundred to six hundred andj eighty. Of that number, a pretty large j par...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

CLOTHES YV AREIfOI The largest stork of READY MADE CLOTHING in thin ritv, rnii ho found nt flit* subiic.riber’s extensive CLOTH A- CLOTH-' ING WAREHOUSE, 50 fie 52 Ann street, nearly opposite Merclmn n How, Hoston. •Ihh3 JOHN’J. MAHONY. D ISS 01,1 II()>. The copartnership heretofore existiny lieiwten JOHN KF.ENAN mill the midier•igued, is dissolved. All persons having business with said copartnership, wflj present their accounts to me, to whom nil debts must he paid. The business will be continued by me u i Jaunt, in New York and Liverpool, by a house <>l the hi rncal sinndhig.ni and my agei t, THOMABJ. TIM Ml NB, who will assiduously devote their attention to all business intrusted to limn. JOH N HERDMAN, 01 South street, N.Y. New York, Inly 11, lj4ti. augl Jll El 1,1.1 . 4!) Carmine rtrect, corner of Red' • fori, Hew York, LAMP ANUFACTIIRER, has oil hand n constant supply of Lamps, Lanterns, (Holies, Glasses, Wicks, and Gaiiiphcuc, ut the lowest ma...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

MOOXEY’S HISTORY OF IRELANDS OPINIONS OF DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR'. ON THE HORN. ARCHBISHOP MACHALE, of 'l’uam.—“ It is a vast and varied work, replete with erudi, tion embracing the ancient as well as modern history o. Ireland, and animated with a national spirit which diffuses life and energy throughout the entire volume. Your disquisitions on the native language and music of Ireland are admirable and well calculated to enhance the estimation of the one and the other among our hundred colonies in America.”— Letter to Author, Feast of the Epiphiny, 1846 BISHOP FENWICK, ok Boston.—“l unhesitatingly say that it Ims given me more information of poor oppressed Ireland, than any work I had ever read betbre ; to say nothing of the exquisite pleasure and delight I derived from its well written pages. It is truly a great work and one I shall rejoice to see in the hands of every Irishman, and of every native born citizen of America.”— Letter to he Author, November 24, 1845. BISHOP HUGHES, ok N...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

tlicir true light, ant! 1 sincerely hope, as 1 fully believe, tl'.nt your exertions will not go unrewarded.”— LeUer to the Author, December 8, 184a. The late JAMES HOBAN, Esq., of Washington—a Catholic.—" What I have read of it has given me great satisfaction. It cannot but tend to add to the great glory of the Irish nation, by calling attention to the memorials of her history, and to" the lives and career of her eminent men. The part of it which brings down her latter history to the present day, is of peculiar interest Asa repository of information respecting Irish affairs, it is a monument of great labor. I firmly believe that it will tend to increase an American attachment to the Irish character, and that it deserves the patronage of all who are proud of seeing that character widely spread, and propery appreciated.”— Letter to the Author, Jarman oth, 1816. Doctor HOUSTON of the “Washington Union” —a Protestant.— " He had been one of the first to welcome to the shores of the Unite...

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