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

GREAT TEMPERANCE MEETING. On Thursday evening, 27th ult, the Irish' Temperance Societies in this city t and neighbourhood, made a great demonstration in “ the old Cradle of Liberty.” The lower part of the Hall was crowded to overflowing, and the ladies occupied the whole extent of the galleries. At eight o’clock, Mr. Thomas Power was called to the chair, and Messrs. Campbell and Madigan were appointed Vice Presidents.— Messrs. Hall and Lawlor were requested to act as Secretaries. Mr. Hall then came forward and read the resolutions as given in our last. When the resolutions had been read, Capt. Baxter rose to address the assembly. He felt a heaviness of spirit, he said, to think that it was still necessary, in Boston to call such a meeting as this; but, at the same time, he was glad to find that it was so largely attended. He remarked there were over one thousand places for the sale of intoxicating drinks in this city;' and they were kept by men who held high positions in society, me...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE IRISH AND CATHOLIC PRESS OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

THE IRISH AND CATHOLIC PRESS OF AMERICA. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 184 G. Since we commenced our editorial labors, we have been struck by the fact that the urbanities of the press, so far as we are concerned, have been confined to our American cotemporaries; at least in this country. A paper whose sentiments are of any importance at all, will, now and then, draw forth an expression of opinion from other papers; and though that expression may be often hostile, it will sometimes be favorable. Also, a paper which attracts any attention worth naming, will be occasionally treated to a passing compliment from the press. Now, we have remarked that for expressions of favorable opinion, we have been exclusively indebted to the Native American press—we do not mean the organs of the party which arrogates that name, but the American, distinguished from the Irish American, papers. And to the former class of papers we have become used to look for those occasional testimonies to our litera...

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

For the Pilot. J. WATER WAYS. Alas ! has dissension arisen amongst those On whom Ireland’s welfare depended; The hope of her Sons, and the bane of her foes— Men, who long for her rights have contended? Away with all discord, unite once again: Will ye thus let your foes triumph o’er ye?— Shall the efforts of years he now render’d vain? No, no, think of those gone before ye. Fitzgerald and Emmet their lives sacrificed; Can vc now forget their example, Will ye have y our cause and yourself both despised, And lot Tyrants again on ye trample? “ In union there’s strength;” think of Ireland’s wrong, Of her sons that in exile are roaming. Let her Patriots inspire her Children of song, With the hope thather bright days are coming. Is the glory of Grattan forgotten, oh no!— ’Twill desccud to the remotest ages; ilurke’s name to each Irishman’s breast brings a glow That Area both her patriots and sages. If thus ye divide, all the past is in vain, E’en the toils of the great Liberator; But no, y...

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

THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Though our journal be not a religious one in the general acceptation of the word, yet as we ourselves are Catholics, we do desire that it should merit to he called Catholic; hence it is that though laymen, and by no means qualified to treat dogmatically of religion, we endeavor from time to time to notice, if not to refute some of the aspersions and false charges thrown out by cotemporary journals against the religiqn that we profess, and that from our souls we love. A paper called the Christian Witness, attached to the interests of the low-church or Calvinistic Episcopalians of this city and vicinity, in its last number publishes an extremely malevolent article entitled, “The soul of the late Pope;” in which it attempts to ridicule the doctrine of the Church’s infallibility as connected in the Editor’s mind, but surely nowhere else, with Purgatory and prayers for the dead in general, and for the soul of the late illustrious and revered PontifFin particular. T...

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

DRUNKENNESS IN BOSTON. The. Eagle loses no opportunity by which he can vent his spleen upon foreigners. In a recent number, in quoting from an article in the Courier , it takes advantage to insult our people thus: “It is a source of satisfaction to us,however, that the Native portion of our population are comparatively free from the stain of intemperance. The records of our city Police court show that nearly if not quite seven-eighths of those persons who have been brought before it charged with drunkenness, are foreigners .” We acknowledge with shame that a large proportion of those brought before the Police Court are foreigners. Hut if the native constables and watchmen of this city looked as sharp after natives as they do foreigners, the Eagle would have a different story to tell. It is a well-known fact, that the hundreds of young rowdies (natives) who infest our city, are let pass, by ottering a few dollars to “watchee,” or on account of the respectability of their connections....

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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REPEAL MEETING IN WOONSOCKET. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

REPEAL MEETING IN WOONSOCKET. \\ e are gratified to leant front our friend, J)lr. Peter Salmon, that the staunch and true-hearted friends of Ireland in the towns of Woonsocket, Waterford, Blackstone and the neighboring villages, propose holding a rousing Mass Meeting in the former town, on Saturday evening, 12th inst. A spirit, promising to renew the brave good times of ’43 in the Repeal cause, is abroad in those towns, and we doubt not on this occasion they will show that the love of “Fatherland” is as strong and generous now as then. W. J. Walsh, Esq., of this city, has been tendered an invitation to be present and deliver the address, and we understand has accepted, and will be there. Let there be a full und zealous turn-out. The Boston Post has been greatly enlarged, and is printed on better paper than usual, which gives it a line appearance. It has got to be so big now that it won’t exchange with its little neighbors. Dr. Kennedy. Ii will lie seen that our young friend has take...

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Arrival the Britannia. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Arrival the Britannia. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. The Steamship Britannia arrived at this port at 12£ o’clock on Thursday. As we go to press at 2 o’clock, we have room only for a synopsis cf the news. Full particulars in our next. Samuel, Lover, Esq., has arrived in the Britannia. Lord Elgin, has been appointed Governor of Canada. Hon. Louis McLane, our minister to the Court of St. James, has arrived in the Britannia. Parliament. The session is drawing to a close. The destitution in Ireland, consequent on the failure of the potato crop, occupied the attention of the House of Commons on Monday. Lord John lius- ! sell made known the intentions of the | Government. It seems that £353,491 has been expended on the relief of the Irish last year, of which £494,851 was either repaid or will be repaid. To the principle of making the executive the corn merchant t of the Irish nation Lord John Russell is opposed. But as provision against famine is the first duty of a parental Government, a sum o...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Business Sep THE BOSTON IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY PATRICK DOW On every Saturday morning, at No Washington Street, Bost TERMS... .s2.so— if paid with the time of subscribing—otherwise $ $1.50 for six months. Fourino O’ Letters not post-paid (except released from the Post-office. Mr Peter Salmon is now on a visii terford and Blackstone. We have e lect all outstanding debts to this c places. He is also authorised to pi the Pilot. The Southern States. We have a H. O'Brien general Agent for the St Agents should endeavor to collet coming month, ns it is one of the bo to collect. The people are neithei and can stand a “durin” a little month in the yeaA Let every agent Mr Patrick Dillon, of Ogdensburg in Prescott, Mr Foley. Delinquents. We have sent bills who are indebted to us for one, t Should we not hear from them, the; a way they won’t like. Peter Donovan, formerly of the > ed from there without giving us noi immediately at our office. RECEIPTS. Massachusetts—Fall River, Ja...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

MARKET? Boston Market— Sept. 3. Flour andrias4.l2; Baltimore, coni. 4.00 (, st, 4.12; Fredericksburg 4.00 (ft) 4,(Mi; < 4.25; do. fancy brands 4.50 (ft) 4.57; Ge< do. extra 4.25 (a) 4.50; Michigan 4.12 (a Philadelphia 3.t>7<©4.00; Rye Flour,: Brighton Market— Monday, An Cattle, Beefhnd Stores, 10,vokes Wo and Calves, 3500 Sheep and'Lambs, a Prices. Beef Cattle— First qualitj 5.00 third quality 4 (ft) 4.50 Stores—Sales of Yearlings at $6,58 §0 I© 13 y head. Working Oxen—Sales of two yokes Cows and Calves—Sales were mad (ft) 46.50 Sheep-Sales of lots at $1.37, 1.61 few cossets at $5 if head. Swine—Sales at wholesale, 3Jc for ro\ys; one lot 3j 43; at retail from N.B. A large number of Beef Cat at the close ot the market. MARRIED At St. John’s Church, on the 30th Haskins, Mr. Andrew Martin to 1 nis, both of Boston. DIED. The Catholic Miscellany has the f relation to the Rev. Mr. Burke, who vunnali, Ga:— “Of the Rev. William Burke ’twoi speak. ...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

GENERAL FICES, 75 South street, coi New York, and fK» WaterlooKoad, merits for 1 840. In calling attei meats for 1846, the subscribers ca: pleasure they feel in acknowledging cess they have met with during the assure their friends and the public of Canada, that the same untiring indue lion to the cointbrt of those entrusts purpose of being conveyed across tilt gained for their House such wide snr their constant study to sustain. Tin subscribers are Agents consists of 111 krpool Packets, vii : Queen of the West, (now), I: P. Woodhouse, sails from New Yorl Beat Hist; from Liverpool, March 61l Sheridan, IltK) tons, Capt. G. B. ( Jan 36th, May 26th, Sept 2utli; from July 11th, Nor 11th. Rochester, 1000 tons, Cajd. Joh York Feb 2lst, June 2Ut, Oct 21st; 6th, Aug 6th, Dec 6th. Gariuck, 1100 tons, Capt. B. J. }I Feb 26th, June 26th, Oct 26th; from Aug lltli, l)cc Uth. lIOTTINGUBH, 1150 tons, Capt. Ira I March 21st, July 21st, Nov 21st; from Bent bill Jan 6th. Rose t ur, 1150 tons, Capt. As...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

UNITED STATES, corner of Pint New York. The Subscriber begs leav of his I riends and the Public in gen arrangements for the year 1846, an bringing out Cabin, Second Cabin, gers, by the following REGULAR P AA/J FROM LIVERPOOL: HENRY CLAY, Captain Aye, s; January 6, May 6, September 6; Iron June2l, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain New York January 11, May 11, Sept ! tel* y 26, June 26, October 26. GARRICK, Captain Skiddy, sails f 26, May 26, September 26; from Live 11, November 11. PATRICK HENRY, Captain Del V ork Feb’y 6, June 6, October 6; fron July 21, November 21. VIRGINIAN, Captain Hearn, sail* 11, June 11, October 11; from Livcrpi November 26. ROSCIUS. Captain Eld ridge, sails 26, June 26, October 26; from Liveri 11, December 11. 1N DE l’E NDEN C E, Captain Alien March 6, July 6, November 6; from August 21, December 21. WATERLOO, Captain Allen, ss March 11, July 11, November 11; fro; August 26, December 26. SIDDONS, Captain E.Cobb, sails f 26, July 26, November 26; from Livt...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Tailoring estai The undersigned, having recei drew Carney in the Ready Ma would respectfully intbrin their friei; they shall continue the Manufacture INC in all its branches, at their I Clothing Ware Rooms, No. 40 An der the tirm of WHITING A KEIU From our long experience and ii the business, we doubt not that we i to meet the wants of all who may hi We have on hand, and are constat best sources, extra superfine and inci and French Cloths, pf the very bt colors—French, German and Euglisl Cassimeres in great variety, new st Codrington’s and Tweeds, for sum fashionable Vestings, such as sup bl' do, plaid Ritd figured English Satins, Cashmere Vestings ot the mostdesii Our stock of Ready Mude Clothing to be found in the city, consisting Frock Coats of every grade and qi loons of tlte finest material, also ot qualities—'Vests of Satin, Valencias, To those who would prefer to hav ufactured expressly to order, we woi in our employ persons of acknowlei rience, and all may depend upon prompt...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

Rut HE, BUOTHERS & MEATS FOR 1 8 IG_ Rim sage to and from Cheat Britain and < Ball , or Old Line oj Liverpool Packet Xork and Liverpool on the Ist and And by First Class American Ships, Bersous sending to the "Old Couin can make the necessary arrangement aiid have them brought out in any of prising the Black Ball, or Old Bine < (.sailing from Liverpool on the Ist and also by First Olass Whips, sailing li which our Agents, Messrs. Jami there will see are sent out without di Should those sent for not come out, funded without any deduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Livi prise the following magnificent ship: Liverpol on their regular appointed and The FIDELIA, on Ist Jan. Eli KOBE, loth “ 1 NEW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICAN, loth “ YORKSHIRE, Ist Mar. CAMBKIHGE, loth “ ! OXFORD, Ist April. MONTEZCMA, 10th Notice. It is well known that t the very best conveyance for persi friends, and as other Passenger Agt out passengers by that Line, the l’ubl tilled b...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 5 September 1846

TO OLD COUNTRY ME CO.'S PASSENGER ARRA 1840. IIARNDEN & CO. will c sage Certificates from Europe to the Persons in America, wishing to sen jriemls, can purchase of the Bubscrib cate, whieh will enable the emigrant New York on the Ist, bth, 11th, lot Liverpool for Boston on the otli and by the best Packet Ships. When Passage Certificates are pure in Liverpool will write and inform tli to be ready, thereby preventing the 1 Liverpool, where Passengers will be till the Ship sails. On their arrival i ton, we will forward them to their fri United States, thus protecting the wrongs and vexatious frauds, which imposed upon them. *llie Subscribers are drawing Bills at sigiTl, from i.l sterling, to any sum In all cases, those sending for C should furnish the names ana ages o! for, with their address in full, to be li Liverpool Agency, who notify the pa to leave home, and give all necessurj Passengers coming out under this lieved from all care and trouble in mi sage, either from Eu...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

BOSTONPILOT. I* A rRICK DOXAIIOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEJR HOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIXV ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. < OFFICE. } I No. 1, Spuing Lane. ) $2.50::::3it 3U>ucmcc. Boston, Satnrbaij, September 12, IS4G. llolume ft::::No. 37.

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ORIGINAL. TO ERIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

ORIGINAL. TO ERIN. G. XJavournren! how I love you, Yes, I love your hardy race, Your vi -tu ms sous anil tla ujhters Endowed with every grace. I love you, oh ! I love you, Though in exile 1 still roam; Thou art the Lie pulse of my heurt, My first and early home. 1 love you, oh ! I love you, For in sorrows thou art grand;— Yes, thy ruins tell the greatness Of my ancient fatherland. Ami fhith, a precious treasure Thou hast riven from sire to son,— Xlaixiunieen. 1 still love you For the glories thou hast won. And thy lofty hiHs and mountains Forever clothed in green, Are visions to my memory Of beauties 1 have seen. They speak of childhood pleasures Forever past away, Like the Shamrock of thy hills and dales— Green even in decay. Thiladtlphia, August, lt>4s.

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BOSTON THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

BOSTON THEATRE. We were agreeably surprised the other night, to witness the performance of a iitlitle piece called “ I'he Miseries of Human Life.” We had expected a stale, slavish imitation; but we that, though the general idea of the piece was taken from Beresford, there was nature, and life, and spirit enough in it, to give it a high degree of originality. It has another merit: it is quite American in its character, altogether distinguishable from the English, Irish ajyi other schools of the Drama. I hough the general character of the principal part, is one that may he found in all parts of the world, yet his idioms, and all his individualities mark the unmistakeable Yankee. Popular literature and the stage, being flooded with mouthing, awkward sentimentality, with bloody murder, piracy and highway robbery, it is refreshing to see human nature and real life presented with a respectable degree of wit and common sense. “’l'he School for Scandal” is allowed to be the best comedy on t...

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NOTICES OF BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. Address delivered before the Philodemic Society AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF GEORGETOWN College, Aug. 23, IS4G. P>v M. P. Maury, U. S. Navy. Gideons, Washington. This address is somewhat general in Us character, being rather suited to the occasion, than devoted to a particular thetne. It is written in a brilliant style, and is free from a special excellence in addresses of that description. It will prove interesting to all who f«.el an interest in the doings of the College. History of the Irish Insurrection of 1793, giving an authentic account of the various battles fought between the insurgents and the kings army, and a , genuine history of transactions preceding that event, by Edward Hay, E*q. Member of the Irish Royal Academy. A few copies of this interesting work, are on sale at the Pilot bookstore. A few copies of Manning’s Answer to Leslie’s case stated, for sale as above. John Smith has said many good things, and among the rest, that a newspaper is like...

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