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

Notices of this kind inserted fo INFORMATION A\ Of ROBERT DOWNEY, and hiss or either of them, who emigrated to ago; natives of the parish of Gland co. Waterford. When last heard of ton. Any information respecting tin received by their brother, Michael J in Northfield, Vt, by directing a lelle of said place. Of PATRICK McMANUS, aged 1 parents the iMh March last. When towards Manchester, N. H. Any ini him will be thankfully received by hi a letter to Mr. Cleavclan, I*. M. of B Of THOMAS McCarthy, OfTa who landed in Uuebec in 1837, intend phin, and hus not been heard of sine respecting him will be thankfully ret John McCarthy, who is anxious to In reeling a letter to him to Northfield, Of MICHAEL MARTIN, who ei six years ago. He is a native of co. I boy. When last heard from US mom lington. Any information respecting fully received by his wile, Mary Mart Esq, Waddington, St. Lawrence Cos York; or to her sister, Rosa began, flee. Of DANIEL CROYVLEY, a natt was in Albuny 3 years ago, and...

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

Ireland. Our dates from Ireland I*y the Hibernia are up to the 18th July. ORANGE ANNIVERSARY. The Riots in Belfast. Some Orangemen drove in cars through Herculus st. in the morning. Their passing was not noticed until they had been far enough to escape uninjured. This gave deadly offence to persons in that locality, who make it a boast that no Orangemen, on Orange occasions, were ever permitted to pass along through their street. Some juveniles, in love of the “fun” of fighting, hereupon it would seem, resolved to have a “ shy’* at the Orangemen on their return. Those imps were not, of course, really either Catholic or Repealers, otherwise they would have obeyed Mr. O'Connell’s injunction, and that of the Catholic clergymen who, from every altar in Belfast, on Sunday, implored the people to let the Orangemen pass without taking any insult from them or offering’ them any molestation. The reckless creatures, whether Kibboumen or not we have not learned, paraded the streets, preceded b...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LORD MILITOWN’S LETTER TO O’CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

LORD MILITOWN’S LETTER TO O’CONNELL. Kussborough, July 6th, 1846. My dear O’Connell, —Forgive my thus publicly addressing these few hurried lines to you; but to whom can an Irish peer, debarred from any constitutional means of expressing his opinions, more naturally address himself, than to the great and acknowledged leader of the Irish people, for 1 need not inform you, so long the victim of bigotry yourself, how completely »ny exertions in the people’s cause act as a bar to my seeking a representative peerage (indeed, for some years I huve declined taking any part in what I consider a degrading farce, the wretched number of representatives allowed us being swamped •y British peers, and the vacancies foretailed, three or four deep, by lists already •ut and dry in the pockets of two or three 'risk managers,) whilst the misfortune of oeing a peer prevents my profiting by the rood opinion of my countrymen, and seek■ig as such a seat in the House of Corneous? Hut to the point. Without ...

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AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR IRISH DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR IRISH DISTRESS. We (Dublin Freeman ) have great pleasure in inserting the following communication from the illustrious Archbishop of Tuam. It informs us that our poor and suffering countrymen in the west and south of Ireland have had relief extended to them in their distress, and that satisfaction is increased by the reflection that'the relief comes from our brethren and friends in America, whose sympathy is never denied to Ireland, and whose benevolence is always extended to alleviate our social as well us political necessities. We have had frequently to observe on the pious zeal which his Grace of Tuam has manifested during this trying season. He has indeed proved thi shepherd of the flock:— Tuam , July 10, 1846. My dear Dr. Gray. —You will oblige me by taking the earliest opportunity of stating in the Freeman that Mr. Smith O’Brien and I have received the liberal sum of 267/. sterling, from the good people of Boston, in the United States, for the relief of o...

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

THE NEW APPOINTMENTS. The great merit of the Whigs has always been their appointments, and we must do them the justice of saying that they have preserved that good quality, and that their recent appointments reflect much credit on them. Chief Baron Brady has been appointed Chancellor—as we were enabled some weeks since, through our Private Correspondent, to assure our readers he would be. A better appointment—one more creditable, or more generally satisfactory, it would be impossible to make. The following note announces some of the other appointments:— London, Monday, July 6. You will see that T. N. Redington, Esq, has been appointed Under Secretary for Ireland. It is said to be his intention to resign his seat for Dundalk. Indeed the duties of Under Secretary hardly permit of his retaining his seat in parliament. The O’Conor Don has been appointed a Lord of the Treasury, and leaves town tonight to make arrangements for his reelection for Roscommon. The appointment of Mr. Wyseyou w...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE EMPIRE OF OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

THE EMPIRE OF OPINION. Under this head, the Nation of the 4th ult., has a powerful article, an extract from which we subjoin:— “Twenty years ago Catholic Emancipation looked doubtful and distant. No man could calculate with certainty on the time of its attainment. Now it is a pendant to the Magna Charta and the Bill of Rights —an established, irrevocable, and even venerable branch of the Constitution. A thousand years would not add to its prestige or stability. There is no force morally competent to revoke or annul it. And twenty years ago its attainment was still doubtful. Twenty years ago Protestant Ascendancy—the right of one class of the people to domineer over an another—looked as strong and as formidable as British Ascendancy—the right of one Island to domineer over another—looks to-day. Shallow men scoffed at the bare notion of overthrowing so ancient and powerful a monopoly. Behold, it has been swept away like the rubbish of last year, never more to be heard of among men—sca...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE NEW POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

THE NEW POPE. The manner in which Pius IX. has accepted the Pontificate, is extremely affecting. He was filled with tears: at one ttime his emotion was so great that he relapsed into his seat, and the Cardinal who summoned him, according to form, for acceptation, had to stop a while to permit him to recover himself. A circumstance all infantine was observed since with a kind of spiritual joy. A short while before the election, one of those wild pigeons (pigeons sauvages) which nestle, as you know, in the great edifices of Rome, introduced itself iato a neighboring hall of the Conclave, and there fluttered during a Jong time. This affecting image of the Holy Ghost, made on all those who wit«essed it, a certain impression. I, for one, retain it. Rome. A letter from Rome, dated July 2nd, published in the Jlugtburg: Gazette, states that the Pope the day before went on foot, accompanied only by a few prelates and some Swiss soldiers, to the church of the Silesian nuns, where the festival...

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

THE TARIFF. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 184G. The new tariff has become the law of the land ; and we wish to make our readers understand its bearings and probable results as well as we can. The simple state of the case is that the duties which were, and are, levied on manufactured goods coming into this country from foreign parts, are reduced. Therefore British manufacturers will be able to sell their goods here ; while American farmers can, by the repeal of tho Cornlaw, sell their produce in England. The result, it is thought, will be thrft the cheap manufactures of Britain will reduce the profits of our manufacturers, and destroy some of them altogether. It is argued that the circumstances of our people forbid that this should be a manufacturing country ; and that the wisest way is to facilitate agriculture and commerce, and import the manufactures of those countries which can produce them more easily. There was another consideration which also influenced the making of the law....

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THE MORAL TRIUMPHS OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

THE MORAL TRIUMPHS OF IRELAND. We wrote a leading article last month, headed “Ireland in the Ascendant.” Our purpose was to answer the question which is teazingly asked in private, and, we believe, in public, too, “What is the Repeal party doing? and when will they succeed, at this rate?” We endeavored to point out, to all who understand the nature of moral power, the progress that had been made, and the triumphs that had been gained. We noticed the fact, we think, impressively, that the Irish is the most respectable party in the British Senate, just now; and we contrasted its position with that of other parties, particularly the Chartists. That article appeared on July 11th. On the (>th of July, just while we were writing that article, the Liberator was speaking in Conciliation Hall, and we refer our readers to that speech, an abstract of which is in our present number, for a more full and clear explanation of the subject, than we could give. The sentiments correspond so...

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PEEL’S LAST CURVET. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

PEEL’S LAST CURVET. We observed some time ago that the Tories had made a hole in the hedge for Peel to get out of their political pound: they had opened a way for him to get on the common sense road of liberal and conciliatory legislation; and we announced that he was only waiting for them to scramble fairly over their enclosure, that he might bolt through after them. The next steamer brought us his “last speech”; and we found that he had taken the leap like a steeple-hunter. He has not waited for the Tories to get fairly on their feet on the other side; but, while they were lying in the ditch thinking about getting up, he has clean jumped over them. He is first, now, upon the road to common sense, and justice for Ireland. All sides have been taken by surprise. O’Connell doesn’t know whether he is awake or in a dream; and the Whigs seem to share the sentiment of the “wee wife” in the Scottish song, when, after her maudlin slumbers, she doubted her own identity. Napoleon used to perf...

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COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS. We are indebted to an esteemed friend for the following interesting communication, and hope the author will ofteu contribute to our columns:— To the Editor aj' the Host on Pilot: Dear Sir, — Wednesday se’night was a proud day for the Diocese of Boston. 1 have often assisted at exhibitions of colleges, and applauded the victors whose labors of the year were crowned with success and premiums: but never did 1 experience truer or more Christian joy, than at the annual exhibition of the College of the Holy Cross. 1 could not but thank, with a grateful heart, the Father of all good gifts, that the “loveliest mountains of our New England were browned with colleges of the Institute of Jesus, which, like blazing beacons, illumine the path of the pilgrim.” Thanks, also, to the beloved Pontiff, who for a quarter of a century, has* watched with truly paternal solicitude over this portion of the Church of God, which, small as the grain of mustard-seed, has become a lar...

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

THE RELIEF FUND. It will be seen by the following correspondence (and also by an article published elsewhere) that the money contributed by the people of Boston and vicinity to the relief of the distressed in Ireland, has been kindly received by the eminent and distinguished Prelate to whom it was addressed: To his Grace the most Rev. Dr. Me Hale, Jirchbishop of Tuam: My Lord; — No sooner did the baleful intelligence of the failure of the potatoe crop, and of a consequent famine in Ireland, reached this city, than the late Very Rev. Doctor O’Flaherty, and others, desirous of mitigating the consequences of so dreadful a calamity, appealed in behalf of sufferring Ireland to her children here, and to the friends of suffering humanity. The appeal was cheerfully and liberally responded to by Ireland’s sons and daughters, and by many philanthropic Bostonians. We expected at the time that this movement would be a glorious one, creditable to those who originated it, and that, instead of its...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Christian Alliance, having got enough of the Pilot, is at peace with us now. We must explain to our readers that we are not theologians; we were forced into religious discussion by the attacks of our cotemporary; and whatever we have written, is the production of a mind untrammelled by any ties of profession, or prejudice, or interest. As those attacks are not likely to be renewed, we beg to decline all the communications on the subject with which we are favored. Several letters are in our office, expressing the curiosity of the writers with respect to one who has figured a little in our pages, the editor of the Christian Jllliance. He is a mild, soft-speaking, quiet gentleman, very polite and inoffensive, and full of hope that nothing ever fell from his pen to wound the feelings of the editor of the Pilot. He is animated by a salutary and commendable love of liberty, and afflicted by an unsalutary and deplorable share of dyspepsia. W e hope his health will so...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

Business Department THE BOSTON PILOT IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR, PATRICK DONAHOE, On every Saturday morning, at No 1 Spring Lane, near Washington Street, Boston, Mass. TERMS... .§2.so—if paid within three months froiji the time of subscribing—otherwise §3 will be charged. §1.50 for six months. Four mouths §l. O’ Letters not post-paid (except from Agents) are not released from the Post-office, g To Clergymen. As it is impossible that we can be present at the variousj|lebrations, and other matters of interest to the commuter, we would respectfully request that the Clergymen would furnish us with brief accounts of such proceedings for publication. We are always ready and willing to publish such proceedings. Obituary Notices, are not inserted in the Pilot unless paid for. Subscribers West and South. We are malting arrangements which will be completed in five or six weeks,which will enable our friends to get their papers at an earlier day. Until then, we crave the indulge...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 8 August 1846

PURCHASE OF A PROTES It gives us much pleasure to Mr. McDermott of Lowell, ht a very reasonable rate, a splend ly the property ot the Method! uated, and will accommodate I sons. There are stores undern converted into a commodious c day School. Already the spirii St. Patrick’s have contributed lars towards the purchase mo Pastor and his /lock deserve gr exertions in thus reclaiming an ror to the true worship of Almi; Going Home. There are s grants returning to their nativ doubtedly, disappointed with ' have no doubt but many of the come here from the false repre grant agents. One hundred an the packet ship Mary Ann, whi port on Wednesday. The Brooklyn, N. Y. City Boston on Wednesday, They set of men, and will be well ta New England Guards of this c Bangor. The City Ma not less than five hundrc were made to the watch-hi year ending in March—c more than seven-eighths v drank too much liquor. Mr. James Oliver, of says the Salem Observer, from his stomach a comm fourteen inches in length...

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

JOHN lIERDMi.V A CO United Slates anil Great Britai QRAXT PASSAGE OFFICE, Si New Vork. HERDMAN, KEKNAI And by their Boston Agent, ME. MB »t the Catholic Bookstor*, Federal t old stnnd. Passage to and from Great Britain t erpool and l.ondon, by the regular ua the Ist. mil, mil, hull, 31st, ami 26th I from Liverpoo, aud to and from Loi and noth of each month. The l.ivei comprised of the following superior t SHIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHIP Independence, Allen, 750 Henry ( Waterloo, Alien, 1000 Fidelia Hottinguer, Itursley, 99.3 llosciui Europe, Fnrber, t>3o AsUUur John K. Skiddy,Skiddy, oh I New \ Siddo&s, Cobb, 895 l.iverp Shenandoah, West, 800 Yorksl SJieridan, Conisn, 895 Camhl l’atrick lienay, Delano, 891 Virgin Rochester, Britton, '<ls Oxford Garrick, Trask, 895 Montes Stephen Whitney, Thompson, 88 Queen of the West, Wood house, 118 The Commercial Line is comprised which will be despatched from Livei year, in regular succession: ships. captains. sntf ...

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

Akrankemems for and cheapest passage UNITED STATES, corner oj'Pine ye V’ York. The Subscriber begs leave of his Friends and the Public, in gene arrangements for the year 1646, and bringing out Cabin, Second Cabin, a gers, by the following REGULAR Pj Ayi) FROM LIVERPOOL: 11ENUV CLAY, Captain Nye, sai January 6, May 6, September 6; from June 21, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Citpfatn New York. January 11, May 11, Sepl’r Feb’y 2ti, June 26, October 26. GAIIUICK, Captain S kiddy, sails fri 26, May 26, September 26; from Liver 11, November 11. PATRICK HENRY, Cajdetn Dela York Feb’y 6, June 6, October 6-, trom July 21, November2l. VIRGINIAN, Captain Hearn, sail 11, June 11, October 11; from Liver] November 26. ROSCIUS, Captain Eldudge, sails 26, June 26, October 26; from Liverp 11, December 11. IN DEPEN HENCE, Captain Allen, March 6, July 6, November 6; from August 21, December 21. WATERLOO, Captain Allen, sai March 11, July 11, November 11; Iron August 26, December 26. SIDDONS, Captain E....

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

riVAI'SL'OTT’S GENERAL J A FICES, 7 5 South street, cori New York, and OU Waterloo Road, mentsjbr 1 84G. In calling atten meuts for 1646, the subscribers cat pleasure they leel in acknowledging cess they have met with during the assure their friends and the public of Canada, that the same untiring iiidus lion to the comfort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the gained for their House such wide sprt their constant study to sustain. The subscribers are Agents consists of the enrom. Rackets, vii: Queen of the West, (new), 12 P. IVoodhouse, sails from New York Beut2lst; from Liverpool, March tith hhkridan, 1100 tons, Capt. G. R. C Jan 26th, May 20tli, Sept 2uth; from L July 11th, Nov 11th. Rochester, IUUO tons, Capt. John York Feb 21st, June 2lst, Oct 21st; f) 6th, Aug 6th, Lee tith. Garrick, 1100 tons, Capt. R. J. H. Feb 2tith, June 26th, Oct 2tith; from L Aug 11th, Dec 11th. Hottinoukr, 1130 tons, Capt. Iraß March 21st, July 21st, Nov 21st; from Sept 6tli Jan 6th. Ro...

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