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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 22 August 1846

Deli from Aruangemkms for AND CHEAPEST PASSAGE UNITED STATES, corner oj Pine A' i'ii' York. Thf Subscriber beys leavi of bis Friends ami the Public in gem arrangements for the year 1646, am bringing nut Cabin, Second Cabin, t gers, by the following REGULAR P. AM) FROM LIVERPOOL: HENRY CLAY’, Captain IS ye, sa January ti, May ti t September o; Iron June2l, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain New York January li, May U, Sept’i Feb’y 26, June 26, October 26. GARRICK, Captain Skiddy, sails fr 26, May 26, September 26; from Livei U, November 11. PATRICK HENRY*, Ctmtain V ork Feb’y 6, June a,‘October ti; July 21. Noveuiber 21. VIRGINIAN, Captain Hearn, sails 11, June 11, October 11; from I.iverpc November 2ii. ROSCIUS, Captain Eldridge, sails 26, June W, October 2u; from Liverp 11, December 11. INDEPEN HENCE, Captain Alien March 6, July 6, November 6; from August 21, December 21. WATEREOO, Captain Alien, sa March 11, July 11, November 11; froi August 26, December 26. Si I) DONS, Captain ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 22 August 1846

F| Y A PSCOTT’S GENERAL E A EICES, 7 5 South street, coru New York, and D(j Waterloo Hoad, 1 ment«for lSlti. In culling atteut meats lor ls4ii, the subscribers cam pleasure they feel in acknowledging cess they have met with dating the p assure their friends and the public oft Canada, that the same untiring indust lion to the comfort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the . gained for their House such wide sure their constant study to sustain. The subscribers are Agents consists of tile eit pool Packets, viz: Udee.n of the West, (new), 123 P. IVoodhouse, sails from New York, Sant 2lst; from Liverpool, March 6th, Sheridan, 1100 tons, Capt. G. B. Cos Jan 26th, May &ith, Sept 26th; from Li July lltli, Nov Uth. Rochester, 1000 tons, Capt. John Y’ork Feb 21st, June 2Ut, Oct Hist; fr titli, Aug tith, Dec Oth. Garrick, 1100 tons, Cupt. R. J. H. Feb 2tlth, June 26th, Oct 26th; from Li Aug 11th, Dec lltli. Hottincuer, 1130 tons, Capt. Irall March 2lst, July 2lst, ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 22 August 1846

G SHERLOCK’S GEXER • Oh FILE, Peck Ni mentsjor lS ! t>. The Subscriber 1 his Friends and the Public, that he he above, in conjunction with his Old 1 Liverpool, and hopes, from his bein; known in the trade, to be able to git parties wishing to emigrate to or Iron having a REGULAR LINE OF TH£ SHIPS, SAILING WEEKLY, viz: St. Patrick, Samuel Hicks. John K. Skiddy, Rappahannock, Ohio, Liberty, Niagara, Europe, Adirodack, Pantlie, Kalamazoo, Tarlinta, St. Lawrence, Monlicello, Leopard, May Flower, Any persons wishing to engage pasf may depend upon having every nttent erpool. When parties settling for passage the money will be immediately refundi Parties wishing to send money to the Country,” can obtain Dralls for any a paid at sight without discount, at the Ireland—The National Bank, and a England—Messrs. Glyua, Halifax. Borough Bank at Liverpool. Scotland—City of Glasgow Bank. - Passages can also be had on the me by the Regular Packets from New Ye don, New Orleans, Mobile, Cha...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

BOSTON PILOT. PATRICK DOXAIIOE, 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, Si'uiNG Lane. i s2.sCf::::ln Tlbvxuuc. Boston, So turban, August 29, IS SG. Volume 9::::No. 35.

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The Thurch. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

The Thurch. UNITED STATES. Diocess of St. Louis. We quote from the iVeirs Letter: — On Sunday, 2d inst., the spacious Church of St. Joseph, situated at the corner of Biddle and Eleventh Streets, was opened for divine service. It is destined exclusively for the use of the German Catholic population of the northern part of the city, who have hitherto attended the Chapel of St. Aloysius, contiguous to the University. The procession, accompanied by a band of music, left Washington Avenue about 8 o’clock, A. M., and proceeded by Ninth Street to the new church. The ceremony of blessing the church was performed, and after it, High Mass was celebrated by the Very Rev. Father Vendevelde, attended by Fathers Hofbauer and O’Loghlen, as Deacon and Subdeacon, and Father Patchovvski delivered a discourse in German after the Gospel. An immense crowd attended; many could not gain admission into the body of the church. A collection was taken up, which brought $193. Temporary seats had been put up fo...

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THE SEVEN SLEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

THE SEVEN SLEEPERS. Most persons have heard of the Seven Sleepers. The fact of their being commemorated on the.27th only by the Western Church affords an opportunity of relating their history as recorded in the veritable pages of the Golden Legend. In a. and. 250, the Emperor Decius came to Ephesus on one of his persecuting errands, and commanded the people to “edefye” temples in the midst of the city, that all the inhabitants might come with him “to do sacrefyse” to idols; and so cruelly did he persecute the Christians, that friends forsook their friends, parents their children, and children their parents. “And thenne in thys cite were founder] seuen crysten men, that is to vvete,” Maxi men, Malchus, Marcianus, Denys, John, Sernpion, and Constantine: these were the first who refused to do sacrifice, and grieving for the calamities which assailed the faithfaul, they concealed themselves in their own houses. They were soon after accused before Dacien, who gave them space to repent un...

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AN IRISH CARDINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

AN IRISH CARDINAL. Why should not the Irish Church, (permit au humble member of it to ask) possess that highest step in the gradation of ecclesiastical rank, which every Catholic country in Europe is honored with? Why ! has lreland no Cardinal? Have her eight j millions of faithful Roman Catholics no weight at the Holy Rotnan.See; and must she be content with a poor Irish College there, to express her numerous wants and to receive her complaints? Every European country can reach the ear of Rome, put poor patient Ireland—the elder child of the Church, who sees with somewhat of virtuous jealously the rich robe, and the precious ring, bestowed on prodigal and unfaithful brethren. This ought not to be so, and we think it ought not be considered profane to ask for a change. It is thought that the raising of Cardinal Acton to his present rank was in courtesy to ibe British nation, he being of English parents, though born in Naples; but what would the puny little church in England be if it...

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LETTERS FROM FATHER DE SMET. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

LETTERS FROM FATHER DE SMET. No. II. Kalispel Bay, dug. 7 th, 1845. lit. Rev. Bishop—\ few days after the departure of Father Nobili, who obtained a plane in a barge belonging to the Hon. Hudson Bay Cos., I started from St. Francis Xavier’s with eleven horses laden with ploughs, spades, pickaxes, scythes and carpenters’ implements. My companions were the good brother McGee, and two Metis or Mongrels. We encountered many obstacles and difficulties among the mountains, owing to the cascades formed by the water, which, at this season, descends on every side in torrents and irresistible fury upon the rocks, over which we were compelled to cross amidst danger-and perils, in the narrow valleys between these mountains, the Rhododendron displays all its strength and beauty; it rises to the height of 15 or 20 feet. Entire groves are formed bv thousands of these shrubs, whose clustering branches entwine themselves in beautiful green arches, adorned with innumerable boquets of splendid flowers...

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Ireland. DUNDALK ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

Ireland. DUNDALK ELECTION. We announced in our last that young Dan was elected member of Parliament for Dundalk, without opposition. The Honorable Gentleman delivered the following address on the occasion:— Silence having been at length in some degree restored; Mr. Daniel O’Connell, jun., presented himself, The rising of the honoutable gentleman was the signal for a renewed outburst of the popular joy, louder and more prolonged than that which hailed the announcement of his return. He said—Mr. High Sheriff and electors of the borough of Dundalk, I will not deny that I am a proud man—l am proud of the honour conferred upon me —proud of the high position in which an independent constituency have placed me by returning me unopposed to serve ns their representative in the imperial parliament (hear, hear, and loud cheers). But at the same time I must acknowledge that 1 am tremulously alive to the vast importance of the duties imposed upon me—to the signal mark of the confidence you have ...

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ADJOURNED DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

ADJOURNED DEBATE. Mr. John Augustus O’Neill rose to address the meeting, and was received with loud and enthusiastic cheering. He said—My lord, much as I value the approbation of my countrymen, I should set no value on the cordial cheers with which I j have been received, if 1 thought they emanated from party feeling. 1 rejoice that there exists no party feeling at present. If in a moment of excitement these gentlemen have left the association, I trust that after a few hours’ reflection they will perceive how great would be the mischief their secession would do. They will perceive that they owe a reparation to the country to whose service they had devoted themselves, for having deserted her even for a day, in order to support an abstract worthless proposition; and if, having any meaning or value at all, one that is utterly incompatible with the principle on which this association was founded and should be maintained (hear and cheers.) Against whose judgment did they array themselves...

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THE IRISH MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

THE IRISH MAGISTRACY. Correspondence between the Secretary for Ireland and the Lord Chancellor. London, ‘■list July, 1846. “My Lord —l am directed by his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant to inform you that his attention has been given to the circumstance of a great number of magistrates having been removed at various times from the commission of the peace on account of their conduct in relation to political meetings and demonstrations both in the North and South of Ireland. His Excellency is anxious not to be understood as expressing any opinions to the sufficiency of the ground upon which these gentlemen were removed; but he is satisfied that the continued loss of the services of so many magistrates in their respective localities is not for* the advantage of the administration of justice in the conntry. His Excellency is therefore of opinion that these cases may be severally reconsidered with a view to deciding upon the propriety of restoring to the commission such of these gentlemen...

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PERSECUTION OF THE CHRISTIANS OF ALBANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

PERSECUTION OF THE CHRISTIANS OF ALBANIA. To the Editor of the London Times. Sir —The admirable courage and humanity you have displayed in revealing the horrors of poor female Christians in an adjoining empire, embolden me to address to you a copy of a letter written by a pious person here to a friend in France, narrating similar scenes of persecution. You will possibly hold that “the end justifies not the means.” I confess myself guilty, nevertheless, of the “pious fraud” of copying the subjoined pathetic details unknown to the writer, in the hope that, through the columns of a journal which penetrates everywhere, the sufferings of fellow Christians will become known to Christendom. I have the honor to be, &.C., A British Subject. Constantinople, June 10. “The population of Albania is composed of Christians and Mussulmans. The latter, although in the minority, are in possession of the soil, and dispose of all places and preferments. In 1845 the Mussulmans, by means of e...

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IRISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

IRISH ITEMS. From the 4th of May last to the 21st July inst., there arrived in the port of Limerick, coastwise, independent of direct foreign importations, 11,336 sacks, 2,200 brls., and 161 tons of Indian corn meal. The commissariat department have issued notices to the relief committees, that no further supply of Indian com meal will be received into the depots after the 15th of August, at which time it is expected the present crop of potatoes will be to market. A sum of ten pounds sterling, a portion of a subscription entered into in Boston, U.S.,for alleviating the present distress of the Irish poor, has been transmitted by the Most Rev. Dr. Slattery, Archbishop of Cashel, to the Rev. Dr. M’Enory, to be placed at the disposal of the Tralee Relief Committee. Lord Cloncurry has embarked in anew speculation to supply Paris with fish from Ireland, via Havre and Rouen. The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, who receives £20,000 a year, may be called the largest drawer in the Cabinet. A farm...

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FROM MEXICO AND THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

FROM MEXICO AND THE ARMY. The Washington Union furnishes the following intelligence from the Home Squadron and from Mexico: “Letters from Commodore Connor of as late date as the 30th of July, have been received at the Navy Department. The crews of the different ships of the squadron continue healthy, with the exception of a case or two of scurvy. On the morning of the 25th, before daylight, Midshipman Wingate Pilsbury, of Maine, and Michael Flinn, seaman, both of the steamer Mississippi, were drowned by the upsetting of a launch of that vessel. Neither of the bodies has been recovered. A town in the neighborhood of Jalapa had pronounced against the government of Paredes, and in favor of Santa Anna and federalism. One of the chiefs was the Secretary of legation to Almonte, when to France. The principal chief, Jose Arrillago, is a particular friend of Santa Anna, and said to be a man of energy and ability. At first the movement was considered of little importance; but it has since inc...

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

Items. We learn from the Springfield Post that a female from Middleton died at the Millerite and Shaker Camp Meeting, at Enfield, last week, while in a paroxysm of mental excitement. Her body was buried the same day, in the Shaker burial ground near by. The three prisoners who escaped from the Charlestown State Prison, were arrested in New York, and brought back last Sunday. We learn from the City Auditor’s report, that the amount of receipts during the financial year, ending May 1, 184t>, were $1,128,723. The expenditures for the same time, were $1,108,517 —making a surplus of $20,200. The sloop of war Germantown was launched at Philadelphia on Saturday.— She is of about 1000 tons burthen. A young man, in a fit of delirium tremens, jumped from an upper window in East boston on Saturday evening. He was instantly killed—his brains being literally dashed out upon the sidewalk. At a meeting of the turbulent spirits of Mercer county, Ohio, a few days ago, resolutions were ado...

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THE MOTHER'S SMILE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

THE MOTHER'S SMILE. BY E. A. CARPENTER. There are clouds that mu*t o'ershadow us ; There ore griefs that all must know ; There are sorrows that have made us Feel the title of human woe ; But the deepest, darkest sorrow, Though it tear the heart awhile, Hope’s cheering ray may borrow From a mother’s welcome smile! There are days in youth that greet us With a ray 100 bright to last ; There are cares of age to meet us, When the sunny days are past ; But the pest scenes hover o’er us, And give back the heart awhile, All that memory can restore us In a mother’s welcome smile! There are scenes and sunny places, On which memory loves to dwell; There are many happy faces Who have known and lov'd us well; Bu* ’mid joy or ’mid dejections, There is nothing can beguile— That can show the fond affection Of a mother’s welcome smile !

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Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

Clippings. John Bull in 1846! A correspondent of the Yorkshireman writes as follows: “A respectable farmer, near Helmsley, having, within the last few months, lost a number of ewes and lambs, besides other cattle, imbibed the idea that they were bewitched by some poor old woman. He applied to a person called ‘a wise man,’ who pretends to lay these malignant wretches, and w ho has, no doubt, made pretty good inroads upon the farmer’s pocket, but without having the desired effect. 1 he following are a tew of the methods they practised. '1 hree small twigs of elder wood in which they cut a small number of notches, were concealed beneath a bowl, in the garden, according to the instructions of their adviser, who asserted that the sorceress would come and remove them, as she could have no power as long as they were there. Strict watch was kept during the night, but nothing appeared, yet, strange as they relate, on examination next morning, one of the twigs had somehow or other escaped fro...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

WJOI’TII END O0O«,8AS ™ DEPOT* The Subscriber Wends ami the imblic, that lie lias ta) he iicw brickbuilding, No. 22 Kingi ledford jyid Essex street', in which h lent of Win now -EuutH, Doors, I f nil sin's, both for cheap ami first 1 la y. ci> Hashks of all sires eonstuiill vsiiKS to take llie place of Cherry, n rticle. All the above will be sold at the low Er All orders executed at the shori .TAMES LEE, HOUSE AM tND GLAZIER. Also dealer in I’ai :sh, Japan, Brushes. Ac, dec.—No. Detween Bedford and Essex streets' I’ainta mixed ready for use. *• EXCHANGE OX Til 1 RERA YD. The subscrilit • nle arrangementa with the managi Wank of Ireland, are prepared to dr unis to suit, at sight, payable in Ireh Armagh, A thloue, Ballina, Monevniore, Ennis, Banbridge, Bandon, Belfast, Cavan, Clonmel, Coleraine, Cootehill, Cork, Downpatrick, Dublin, Omagh, Ballymena, Ballyshannon, Enniscorthy, Enniskillen, Galway, Kilkenny, Kilrush, Limerick, Londonderry, Luraan, In England and Scotland, at...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

SADLIER’S ILLI’STRA' Df VUE LI VinS OF’i'll UFES OF THE FATHERS, M principal Saints: compiled from ore oilier authentic records; illustrated v dicious modern critics and historians Uutlkii. Including the complete i\< a I'relnee, by the Hr. Kev. Du. Dovi dare and LeiglUin. A>. tf J. SAJJLIER, 5S Gold Si < oinmeuce publishing, on the lath of liful edition of the “Dives ok tub 5 the edition revised by the Right Re proved by all the Catholic Rishops of They will continue to publish a Nuni till the work is completed. No expe render this edition worthy of the pi; lies of the United States and the 11 the publishers confidently trust, that the Lives of the Saints was more e: encourage them in their efforts to e\ this celebrated work by publishing i hies never been attempted in Kurope complete, line mid correct edition ha by the Catholics of this country; but to undertake its publication. It is tr edition published, hut the notes—no Kart of the work—have, by ...

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