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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 29 August 1846

Female physician, mrs. mott, the very justly celebrated Female Physician, corner of Lynde and Cambridge (Streets, Boston, Mass., attends to all diseases incident to the human frame, (.except those arising from immorality.) Site is constantly receiving Roots, Herbs, G mis, Balsams, and Essential Oils, by the steamships from E trope,—not to be obtained in this country, with which sh is enabled to cure or relieve diseases that have baffled tue skill of the most eminent physicians. The following are such as have been treated of by her with so much success for the lust fourteen years in the U idled States, viz: Fits, Rheumatism, Gout, Decline, Debility, Liver Complaint, Female Weakness, Falling Sickness,Denurrhoids, Piles, Asthma, Phthisic, Catarrh, Tic iioloie x, Neuralgia, Nervous Symptoms, Jaundice, Dyspepsia Worms, Humors, Scrofula, Balt Rheum, King’s Evil, Cancer, Ring Worms, Sore Heads, and all other cutaneous disorders, Diabetes, diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder and many others...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

BOSTON PILOT. PATRICK DONAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR HOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. < OFFICE, ? X No. 1, Siring Lane. ) s2.stf::::2n Boston, Sat urban, September 5, 13 4G. bolunte 9::::No. 3G.

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POETRY. THE COQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

POETRY. THE COQUETTE. BY MILES GERALD KEON. DOLMAN'S MAGAZINE. One *prin* morning, in her old age, she sat down alone at the casement. The morning of the dav and ol the year put !ier in mind of the inorniug of her life, she sail* with tears— My heart is sinking With ever thinking Of him who woo’d me ill early life: He had scarce a rental, When his look was gentle, As, whispering, he prayed me to be his wife. “I cannot proffer A wealthy coffer,” — So ran his words in the days of youth,— ‘‘But your husband’s glory May he named in story, And you shall engross a heart of truth." No ray, adorning Some verdant morning, E’er broke more sweet o’er an eastern isle, Than the beam beginning, On his lip so winning, To diffuse the light of HQpe’s youthful smile. But I answered slightly, Laughing so lightly, That my love was love of the rich and high—"And that I cared not, Indeed, I dared not.” And thus I rebuked him, I know not why. He bowed, and departed, Quite broken-hearted, And long I though...

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LETTERS EROM FATHER DE SMET. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

LETTERS EROM FATHER DE SMET. No. III. Station of the Assumption. Arcs-a-plats, \ 11 tk August, 1645. ) Monseigneur —The 9th of August 1 continued my route towards the country of the Arcs-a-plats. The roads were still inundated by the great freshet. I preferred ascending the river to Clark, or the FlatHeads in my bark canoe, and sent my horses across the thick forests bordering the river, to await me at the great lake ot the Ka!isj>els, had here a very agreeable and unexpected interview; as we approached the forests, several horsemen issued forth in tattered garments. The foremost gentleman saluted tne by name, with all the familiarity of an old acquaintance. I returned the gracious salutation, desiring to know whom I had the honor of addressing. A small river separated us, and, with a smile, he said, “Wait until 1 reach the opposite shore, and then you will recognize me.” He is not a beaver hunter, said I to myself, yet under this tattered garb and slouched hat, I could n...

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GREAT NATIVE CONVENTION. Correspondence of the Lowell Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

GREAT NATIVE CONVENTION. Correspondence of the Lowell Courier. Concord, Aug. *22, 1846. Mr. Editor: Some two or three weeks since, flaming handbills were spread thro* this town, giving the people notice that a “Alans Convention” was to be hoidcn here on the 20th instant, for the nomination of Senators for the County of Middlesex, and a Representative to Congress for the Fourth District. The day came; the cars from the two extremes of the County were here at eight o’clock, and such a gathering of the people never before was seen in.this town; it was «uch as even to astonish the natives. In due time the Convention met; credentials collected; the mass counted, and they amounted in round numbers to two score and three, nineteen of this number were from the town of Lancaster, and all the rest, with perhaps a few from the other towns in Worcester County, belonging to the Fourth District, were from this County of old Middlesex. The Lancaster delegation was headed by Wilder $. Thurston, Esq...

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Correspondence. WASHINGTON, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Correspondence. WASHINGTON, August, 25th, 1546. The National Legislature having despatched its business, has retired from our Metropolis, leaving our city in the enjoyment of its usual dullness, the more evident now, when contrasted with the noise and confusion ever attendant upon the session of Congress. However there are some incidents which may be gleaned from “life’s infinite variety,” and which may be found to be not unworthy of place in the columns of the Pilot. On last Sunday I witnessed one of the most interestingceremoniesofthe Catholic Church, viz., the administration of the Sacrament of Confirmation to about two hundred children. The ceremonies took place in St. Matthew’s Church, which was crowded in every nook and corner, the Protestants as is generally the case, on such occasions, forming almost the majority of the congregation. The children were arranged around the altar, and presented a truly interesting spectacle. Virtue and innocence were depicted upon their counten...

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BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. This body held its regular monthly meeting in the Hall, on Monday evening. In the absence of Mr. James, the Vice President, Mr. Tucker, took the chair. After the Reports of Wardens, the Chairman called on Mr. Mooney to make a report on behalf of the committee appointed at the last meeting for distributing the report of Mr. Ray. Mr. Mooney said it might he remembered that on the last night a packet, containing the donation, from the parent body, of one hundred ami fifty copies of Ray's report on comparative crime in Ireland and England, had been put into the hands of a special committee for distribution. He rose to report progress on behalf of that committee. Avery great solicitude bad been manifested by members of the association to obtain copies, so much hide -d, that the committee had found themselves fast at the outset; they had been deterred from supplying any, by the utter hopelessness of supplying all. It was found that, if the whole inuuber of copie...

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BROOKLYN REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

BROOKLYN REPEAL ASSOCIATION. Reported for the Pilot. r l here was a special meeting o*f the Brooklyn Repeal Association held at Hall’s Buildings on Monday evening. \\ m. H. Harris, Esq, a true American, a pure and disinterested advocate of Ireland’s wrongs, presided. When tne minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted, and other routine business disposed of, the President rose and said, —The term for which your present officers were elected has just expired. At your last meeting you appointed a Committee to nominate officers for the government of your Association, for the next six months; and 1 have, agreeable to the terms specified in your Constitution, convened this meeting for the purpose of receiving the report "of that Committee, and giving you an opportunity of ratifying or altering at your pleasure the persons nominated by said Committee. 1 now call on the Committee for their report. Mr. Michael McNamara, chairman of the committee, handed in the following names, which ...

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TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

TEMPERANCE. Bangor, August 31, 1846. To the Editor of the Bouton Pilot: Dear Sir, —As the all-important subject of abstaining from intoxicating liquors, engrosses the attention of a great many in the community, perhaps a few observations of its “modus operand!,” or the manner in which it should operate may not be unacceptable to those who take a lively interest in its onward march. Total abstinence from tntoxicating liquors is in itself a good and laudable act; but it is only good and laudable to and for the individual when he abstains for the good of his soul to avoid the sin of drunkenness, because it is a violation of the law of God and consequently inflicts on the spiritual nature of man a mortal stain which (unless atoned for here below) would for ever sever that union that exists between the Creator and creature; this would seem to be the purest and most cogent reason that should induce man to abstain from intoxicating drink, provided he be a slave to it or likely to be caught...

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Aliscellauy. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Aliscellauy. Amount of annual salaries which j CHANGE HANDS ON A CHANGE OF ADMINIS-J tration in England. First Lord of the ! Treasury, 5,000/; Chancellor of the Ex-} chequer, 5,000/; Home Secretary, 5,000/; Foreign Secretary, 5,000/; Colonial Secretary 5,000/; Secretary at War, 2,480/; First Lord of the Admiralty, 4,500/; Lord High Chancellor (exclusive of the salary as Speaker of the house of Lords), 10,000/; President of the Council, 2,000/; Lord Privy Seal, 2,000/; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (not known); Chief Commissioner of Woods and Forests, 5,000/; President of the Board of Trade, £,OOO/; Postmaster General, 2,500/; President of the Hoard of Control, 3,500/; j four junior Lords of the Treasury, each 1,200/; two joint Secretaries to the Trea-I sury each 2,500/; Under Secretary (Home Department), 2,000/; Under Secretary I (Foreign Department), 1,500/; Under Se-! cretary (Colonial Department), 2,000/; | five junior Lords of the Admiralty, each 1,000/; First Secretary, ...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

General Intelligence. Thunder Storm. The shower on Sunday seems to have been quite extensive and severe. It rained here briskly for a short time between 4 and 5 o’clock, P. M., accompanied with some thunder. At Westboro’ 30 miles west of the city, the shower commenced between 3 and 4 o’clock.— I'he rain tell in torrents, accompanied with thunder and lightning,and hailstones ot the size of a musket ball. Between Northboro’ and Southboro’, some twelve or twenty of the Telegraph posts were struck by the lightning, and many of them split down nearly to the grouud. The wire, in one instance, was severed. The shock was felt at the Telegraph office in this city, where it produced quite an explosion. Id the neighbourhood of Salem the shower appears to have been very severe. The Salem Register says that the lightning struck a house in North Salem, and one in Bridge street; also the meeting house of Rev. Mr. Thayer in Beverly, prostrating several members of the congregation, but injuring no o...

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BISHOP ROSATI AND BISHOP HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

BISHOP ROSATI AND BISHOP HUGHES. Nearly all the papers have quoted an article from the Commercial Bulletin of New Orleans in which Dr. Rosati, the late Bishop of St. Louis is represented as having been at Mexico in quality of Legate of the Holy See. The assertion seems strange to us; because we cannot make out, either by recollection or research,that Bishop Rosati had ever been in Mexico,or enjoyed the title of Legate of the Holy See ; we only know that he was sent to St. Domingo by the Sovereign Pontiff, Gregory XVI. to lay the groundwork of a concordat. Indeed, we have been assured by ecclesiastics who have known Dr. Rosati since his first coming to America that he never was at Mexico; and we are the most disposed to make these remarks by having seen the alleged voyage formally denied in the Catholic Newsletter of St. Louis; which reduces the whole history that the Commercial Bulletin has built on the pretended voyage, to the simple character of a fiction romanesque. But the Comme...

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The Church. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

The Church. Diocess of Chicago. Dedication of two nexo Churches. It is our pleasing duty to record the dedication of two new Catholic Churches, for the use of the German Catholics in the City of Chicago. One was dedicated on Sunday, the 2nd of August, and the other on the 15th of the same month. The Bishops of the Diocese officiated on both occasions, and the Rev. Win. Young preached the sermons of Dedication. Canada. The Large new Roman Catholic Church in Ottawa C.W., underwent the ceremony of consecration last Sunday, from the hands of the Right Rev. Bishop Phelan, assisted by a number of Priests and others, characteristically attired for the occasion. A band of music was in attendance and the tout, ensemble of the imposing scene, apart from religious observance, was highly attractive; and from its novelty here, was witnessed by a great crowd of individuals of every act. The Church is not yet finished; when so, it will be a grand edifice. Diocess of Cincinnati. Laying of Corner-St...

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Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Clippings. An English ‘gent’ of the true cockney who had no idea of a salt water river, fell overboard the other day, while going up to Albany in a first class steamboat. On being picked up he blew the saltwater out of his mouth, and exclaimed, with a stare of wonder, ‘My stars! I thought I was on the ’udson, but I find I’m in the hocean!’— N. Y. Globe. Caution to Doctors. A verdict of Jive hundred dollars damages, says the Reading (Pa.) Journal, was recorded in our Court of Common Pleas, last week against a physician residing in Kutztown, for unskilful and negligent treatment of a fractured arm. The verdict is regarded as a most righteous one. —It will serve as a warning to regular physicians and a terror to quacks, all over the country. Never Satisfied. Nobody is satisfied in this world. If a legacy is left a man, he regrets it is not larger. If he finds a sum of money, he searches the spot for more. If he is elected so some high office, he wishes for a better one. If he is rich a...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

T ,OST, on the 10th of August, V MA Wharf amt State street, a OAF ing papers, clothing, and books. Tin bly rewurded on leaving the same at - Removal, mr. patri removed his CATHOLIC lit 27 Franklin street, second door be PATRICK M’LAURHLI ing House from 45 Federal st. where he can accommodate a large n COMMONWEALTH OF SETTS. Suffolk, 88.—At i at Boston, In said County, on Monda day of August, in the year one tliousa forty-six,— Whereas, Terence Maher, Exe< and tea tarn ent of Daniel Harry, 1: County, laborer, deceased, testate, h lor allowance the llrst account of his Ordered, that the said Terence give interested therein, to appear at a 1 held at said Boston, on Monday the ft tember next, at nine o’clock, before this order three weeks successivel called the Boston l’ilot, printed in s; may then and there appear, and sht have, either Ibr or against the allowo WILLARD PHILLIPS A true copy.—Attest, H. M. Wild COMMONW EALTH OF SETTS. Suffolk, ss Tt all other persons intereste...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

PRACTICE OF PHYSIC. OBSTETRICS, &C. DR. TEULON, of London (Great Britain), late from Halifax, N.S., respectfully informs the public, that he intends Practising the various branches ot his Profession, in a regular and scientific manner, on the busis of Anatomy and Physiology, and without restriction to the many exclusive and conflicting Medical Theories of the passing day. Dr. T. has the benefit of twenty years’ experience m his department l , and has long enjoyed a reputation for his delicate and successful treatment of the disorders of Women and Children. [Tr Attendance will be given, when ordered, in any part of the city, or its vicinity. Residence, No. 281 Tremont street. seps 3tn Thomas i>. gleason, s.> broad st Wholesale Dealer in Strong Beer, Porter, Ale and Cider. A large supply kept constantly on hand for city and country sale, which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. Jan 3 TIMOTHY NOONAN. SEXTON ofSouth Boston Burial Ground, has Rem...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Notices of this kind inserted four times for $1 INFORMATION WANTED. Of JAMES BARRY and wife, MARGARET McGENNIS, who left Castlemain, co. Kerry, pariah ol Kiltalluh, about the year ls3o. When last lieard from he was iu Wells Comity, Illinois. He was a smith by trade, and had two children (John and Mary) when leaving home. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by his son, William Barry, who lately came from Ireland. Address Patrick Gridin, Harlow street, Bangor, Me. aug29 Of JAMES GOLDEN, a native of parish of Frinough, King’s co. who emigrated to this country about lo years ago. When last heard from he was in the city of New York, about 8 years ago. It is supposed he has gone to the Southern States. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his father, Martin Golden, who now resides in Simsbury. Address letter in care of John Crowell, Simsbury, Hartford County, Ct. aug29--4tTr Of MICHAEL LAWLOR, a native of county Kildare, parish of Crookstow...

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THE LATE OUTBREAK IN POLAND. HORRID BUTCHERY! [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

THE LATE OUTBREAK IN POLAND. HORRID BUTCHERY! We copy the following extract from a splendid speech, made in the French Chamber of Deputies, on the events of Cracow and Galicia, in the discussion concerning the bill relative to foreign refugees, by the Count de Montelambert, the O’Connell of France. “The plot, as far as it was a plot, was revealed to the Austrian Government. It knew of its existence; persons who with good reason dreaded the misfortunes which must fall upon the country, had denounced to the Austrian Government the agitators who were exciting the country to rise. They were repulsed; they were told. Allow things to proceed; let the conspiracy break out; three days of war will do more for us than twenty years of peace and tranquillity. And Austria took none of those measures that she knows so well how to take in Italy and elsewhere to suppress, to extinguish every species of popular explosion. To this conspiracy, more or less patriotic, and of the nobility—and you know w...

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NATIVISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

NATIVISM. The Richmond Republican in alluding to the convulsive efforts made recently in St. Louis “to galvanize the defunct body of Native Americanism,” makes the following just remarks:—“lt is an interesting spectacle, this rising of the Natives, to shut against the world the gate of a country which is able to feed so many suffering millions of the human race, and will receive, from their labor and industry, ample returns for the benefits she confers. Why don’t the St. Louis agitators call in the real Natives, their red neighbors of the woods, who have a much better right to exclusive possession of the soil than themselves? ‘Lo! the poor Indian!’ He has been driven from the haunts of his fathers, cheated out of his possessions, degraded by the white man’s ‘fire water,’ and swept to the far West by the advancing flood of civilization. This great continent was once all his own, but Providence intended it for the occupancy of the surplus population of the old world, and accordingly t...

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