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Review. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

Review. The Shortest Way to end Disputes about Religion. By Rev. Robert Manning. Donahoe, Boston. Among Protestant theologians, the subjects of controversy change in every age. Hardly ever settling one subject of discussion, they uniformly pass on to some other. As if Revelation were too long, and too broad, and too deep for the measurings of the human intellect, the different sects pass from point to point, and change from one position to another, as insects flutter in the sunbeam, settling nowhere, and appearing to pursue no plan, and to perform no purpose. The Sacramentarian controversy rose, and fell, within the 16th century. Then came discussions about Church Polity, and the jurisdiction of Bishops, and the use of ceremonies, and the conflicting authorities of Church and State. Then towards the middle of the 17th century came up for examination, the famous five points. Then followed Socinus and his Fratres Poloni. Then came the Bangorian»controversy, and the Arianisms of Drs. C...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LECTURE IN THE MASONIC TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

LECTURE IN THE MASONIC TEMPLE. The lecture before the Young Catholics’ Friend Society was delivered on Wednesday evening, by Mr. Edward Welch. The subject was “The influence of the Catholic Church upon intellectual progress.” The lecturer stated his purpose, to inquire what connection the Christian church had with the decline of learning and the fine ai - ts, to examine the features of the dark ages in respect of science, literature, and art, and to point out some particulars in which those ages were falsely called dark. He then proceeded to show that the causes for the decline of civilization were to be found entirely in the irruption of barbarous and warlike tribes, who neither respected learning, nor understood the language that was its vehicle; he maintained that the Church was the only successful opposer of their barbarizing tendencies; and forcibly remarked that the influence of the Church alone preserved the civilisation of ancient Home from extinction, like that which other ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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RELIEF FOR IRELAND. OPINION IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

RELIEF FOR IRELAND. OPINION IN IRELAND. 22 Lower Gloucester street, ) Dublin, Jan. 3rd, 1846. \ My dear Friend, —On the 30th of December we received your papers in Dublin containing an account of a meeting in Boston, and the raising a fund for the alimentary relief of Ireland. With them I received your letter of inquiry touching the best means of carrying on so amiable a project, dnd as to the opinions which men in Ireland entertained of the movement. I think it, at once more respectful to you and to our American friends, to reply in a separate letter to those queries, than to iningl e it up with my ordinary correspondence. The opinion, then, of the leading public men in Dublin—which I have personally obtained, is—that the project of alimentary relief to Ireland, from a foreign country, is up to this time, premature, and can at no time bo practicable. I am sorry to add they consider your recent grand exhibition of genuine feeling in Boston, as, under our present political circumstan...

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VISIT OF NICHOLAS TO HIS HOLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

VISIT OF NICHOLAS TO HIS HOLINESS. At the present moment the great topic of interest for all Catholics throughout the world, is the visit of the Emperor Nicholas to Home. Long thought of and talked of, looked to with fear and hope, it is now a by-gone event. The Emperor has been to Rome ; has visited his Holiness in the Vatican ; has spent five days in the Eternal City ; and, at length, has cleared the air of a moral malaria by passing through its gates on his departure for Florence. VVe are happy to have to record, that,after all, Nicholas was not greeted with illuminations and public rejoicings, as had been falsely stated in several continental journals, Catholic and other. So at least we gather from the mo3t recent accounts that nave yet been published. No special mark of respect was shown to the august tyrant, either by the Roman Government or by private individuals. The Emperor visited the Pope twice, but His Holiness did not return the compliment. If a letter from Florence, co...

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WILLIAM SMITH O’BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

WILLIAM SMITH O’BRIEN. The following letter was read at the meeting of the Repeal Aassociation on the 29th December. Cahirmoyle, Dec. 26, 1845. My dear Sir—Enclosed is my subscription of December. Though absent from your meetings, I watch with most anxious interest the proceedings of the Repeal Association in the present critical juncture of public affairs—being firmly convinced that upon the policy which may be adopted by the Association during the n£xt six months, mainly depends our chance of obtaining a Parliament for Ireland. What ought to be that policy? To blend into one great national confederation eight millions of Irishmen, and to place at their head, as representatives of the people, men selected for their virtues, their energy, and their fidelity to their country —to establish as the principle of cohesion which shall animate and knit together the members of this confederation, a common determination, to achieve the legislative independence of Ireland—to encourage amongst ...

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Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

Foreign Items. Maurice O’Connell, Esq., M.P., has sent the munificent sum of one hundred pounds towards lighting the borough of Tralee. The Irish representative prelates for the session of 1846 are the Archbishop of Armagh, the Bishops of Tuam, Derry, and Limerick. “Father Prout” is expected to be in Cork during the holidays. It is said the late government intended something for him under the.colleges act. The Turkish government has forbidden the completion of the Protestant Church at Jerusalem, which was in process of building. The Pasha, at that city will only allow a protestant chapel in the house at the consulate. Prayers were last week offered up in all the churches of Paris “for the entire return of the English nation to the Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman faith.” All the plat£ recently stolen from Cork Cathedral has been recovered. A Dear Kiss. On Tuesday last, Henry Bishop, a railway laborer, was fined 1/. and costs, by the county magistrate, sitting in Watling street, for an...

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Domestic. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

Domestic. French. Prof. Church, the well known teacher at the Tremont Temple, has instructed over five thousand pupils in the French language since his arrival in this city. The Hibernia brought over on her last voyage, $150,000 in species and the duties of her freight ammounted to over $lOO- - Quite a valuable cargo. Department of State, Janumiy 21, 1845. Information has been received by the Department of State that the king of the Belgians has issued a decree for the free admission of foreign flour of all kinds into Belgium, until the Ist of June, 1846. • Great Fire at Vergennes, Vt. Afire broke out at Vergennes, Vt, on Tuesday, 20th inst, and forty to fifty buildings were destroyed. The fire took in the jewelry store of Holcomb &, Cos., who lost a trunk containing 50 to $60,000; $ll,OOO of which was in Vergennes bank money. Murder. A man named John Bannan was shot dead by a Frenchman named Gouche, at Albany, on Saturday. The Albany Citizen says, the murder was the res...

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BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The regular monthly meeting was held at Amory Hall, on Monday evening, 2tith instant. After the Secretary had read the minutes of the former meeting, and other preliminary business hud been transacted, Mr. Kelly, Chairman of committee for nominating officers, reported that the following gentlemen had been named as office bearers and directors for the present year: J. W. James, President; J. C. Tucker, Vice President; W. J. Walsh, 2d Vice President; T. M’Hugh, Treasurer; I. H. Wright, Corresponding Secretary; Thos. Mooney, Recording Secretary. Directors, —P. Mooney, G. H. O’Reilly, D. W. O’Brien, F. S. M’Girr, W. F. A. Kelly, M. O’Donnell, R. Hennessv, B. Fitzpatrick, J. Campbell, P. Flynn, W. S. Baxter, M. O’Rourk. The question having been put to the meeting, the above gentlemen were collectively appointed by a unanimous vote. The Vice President, Mr. Tucker, having taken the Chair then addressed the meeting. He remarked that it was usually expected at thes...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

From the Washington Union of Jan. 15. “NOTICE” OR INACTION? The necessity of some speedy action on the Oregon question seems to be admitted. Hardly any man in Congress is willing now to say that our citizens in Oregon should remain longer ungoverned, unprotected, unrecognised by our laws. Almost every man admits, too, that new aids and facilities should be given to emigration into that country. And the position of opponents to the notice note is, that all this auxiliary and protective legislation on our part may take take place, and should take place, under the convention us it stands. This is a great step onward in the discussion of the question, and in the public sentiment upon it. Before the present session Congress has never been of this opinion. Until the last session neither the senate nor the house was ever of this opinion. And even during the last session the whole opposition to the extension of our laws over our people in Oregon rallied on the ground that such legislation o...

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News by the [?]ibernia. THE NEW ERA IN AMERICAN POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

News by the [?]ibernia. THE NEW ERA IN AMERICAN POLICY. The Message of the President of the United States maybe regarded as the foremost sign of anew era in American politics. It has laid down Mr. Mutiroe’s principle of peacefully extirpating European influence (from the northern continent at least) as the guiding axiom of the recently instituted government of the great republic. What was thirty years ago but a philosophic forethought with an United States President has become to-day a political reality, and as such seems fated to effect the most important results in both hemispheres. The annexation of Texas was the first test, as it proved the first triumph, of this policy. It is now being applied no less vigorously to the Oregon question, and, lo! while that is still pending, we have information, which our readers will find elsewhere, that brother Jonathan, suddenly enamored of fertile California, has offered from five to ten millions of dollars for its possession. The manner in w...

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THE OREGON—IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

THE OREGON—IRELAND. On the shores of the Pacific Ocean, six iou3and miles from England, lies a vast, ire, and almost uninhabited country, tnged over by a few tribes of hunting idians, and looking out upon a mighty .jean, whose waters are seldom disturbed y a ship's keel. No subjects of the Eng<h crown reside in it—no revenue is dered from it; and it is distant aud so ill-, iapted fur a commercial settlement as to Fer few temptations to emigrants from ie.se countries. Ireland is within sight of the British lores, has eight millions of inhabitants, ho pass for subjects, is worth to Great Britain (under the present arrangement) i money and value, a great many millions / the year, is fertile in soil, and so situut- ed upon the Atlantic high-way as to invite the commerce of all the world. Again, the Oregon is at present, with respect to England, just as it stood thirty years ago. The Hudson’s Bay fur-traders are deriving their trade as usual; and save some loud vaunting in whi...

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THE MANSION-HOUSE COMMITTEE. THE POTATO DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

THE MANSION-HOUSE COMMITTEE. THE POTATO DISEASE. i he following communications, says the Freeman of Dec. 31, have been forwarded to us by the committee for publication. They present the most gratifying prospect yet afforded with respect to the probable consequences and progress of the potato disease. In strictness, we should say that one letter presents those gratifying features —that of Mr. Gregory, of Coole, father of the representative for Dublin. That gentleman’s station and character are guarantees for the perfect truth of this consoling announcement, as is the station and character of the O’Conor Don for the less consoling, but not wholly desponding, picture drawn by him of the state and prospects of the people of his neighborhood:— Coole«Park, 27th Dec. 1845. My Loro—l have to apologise for not replying immediately to your communication, dated the 10th inst. I wa3, however, unwilling to answer your queries from my own individual judgment, without endeavoring to obtain the bes...

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THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

THE CHURCH. It gives us peculiar pleasure to announce, that bulls have arrived from Rome authorising the consecration of the Very Rev. Dr. M’Ginn, P.P., Buncrana, bishop elect for the diocese of Derry. This intelligence, we are gratified to learn, has been hailed with universal joy by the clergy of this highly respectable diocese over which this truly pious and learned divine is called upon to preside.— lrish Paper. The late Princess Borghese. A letter from Rome, in the Constilutionel, says:— “It is in contemplation to canonise the late Princess Borghese, who was the daughter of the Earl of Shrewsbury. The great promoters of this elevation are the people of Rome and the Princess Adela Borghese, the mother-in-law of the deceased. The Borghese family have already collected 100,000 scudi for defraying the charges of the ceremony if the canonization be granted.” Conversions to the Catholic Church. On Friday last the Rev. M. Russell, rectorof Benefield, Mrs. Russell, his wife, Miss Russe...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

Notices of this kind inserted four times for $l. INFORMATION WANTED, Of PETER FITZSIMMONS, formerly of co. Monahan, who emigrated to America about 12 years a*o. When last heard from (.about 4 years ago) he was in II ties, State of New York. Any iflformation respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, Patrick Fitzsimmons, ad dressed to him in care of Capt. Cutters, Friend street, Bos ton, Ms. 4t IT JaiiL4 Of MARY DOWNEY, a native of co. Waterford, parish ofCnmragh. When last he-.rd front (4 years since site was in Albany, N.Y. Any information ofherwill be thankfully received by her sisters, Ellen and Catherine, care of Nicholas Fleming, No. 8 Atkinson street, Boston, Ms. Jan 24 4t ff Of MARY DOYLE, a native of co. Donegal, parish of Stranorlar. When last heard from was living in Philadelphia, in the year 1839. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by her affectionate brother, care of Rev. Mr. Maher, Harrisburg, Pa, for John Doyle. Jan 24 Of SARAH T...

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The [?]ibernia's News. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

The [?]ibernia's News. ENGLAND. Composition of the present House of Commons. The following particulars as stated In Crosby's Parliamentary Record, published during the present year, though not perfectly accurate, are sufficiently so to give a clear view of the composition of the house:— LIBERALS. England, Counties 19 Member*. Cities mu! Boroughs. .Ja9 Wale*,. .Comities 2 Cities and Boroughs.. ti Scotland. Counties 10 Cities and Boroughs, 21 Ireland, Counties 39 Cities and Boroughs.. 23 United Kingdom... 289 CONSERVATIVE. England, Counties 125 Member*. Cities and Boroughs.. 159 Wales,..Counties 13 Cities and Boroughs.. 7 Scotland,Counties 20 Cities and Boroughs.. 2 Ireland,. Counties 25 Cit unwind Boroughs.. 18 • United Kingdom... 389 Mr. Steele and the “ Times.” Mr. Steele has addressed a letter to the Times in reply to the many mis-statements and abusive language of the “ Commissioner,” demanding also the insertion at length, as a paid advertisement, of Mr. O’Connell’s triumphant v...

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THE POPE AND THE CZAR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

THE POPE AND THE CZAR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN. Tuam, 3 Is I December , 1845. Sir —An extract from the Siecle has been going the rounds of the Tory journals, in which comparisons are drawn between the conduct of the present Roman Pontiff, in reference to the visit of the Russian Emperor, and that of other illustrious guardians of the sanctuary in what is pretended to be similar circumstances. Though the object of this be sufficiently apparent to those who take the trouble of inquiring into motives, yet as inferences might he hastily drawn not less injurious to the venerable occupant of the Papal chair than erroneous in point of fact, it may be necessary to say a few words in explanation. Fault is* found with the reception given to Nicholas at Rome, and allusion is triumphantly made the conduct of St. Ambrose towards Theodosius, Emperor of the East, of Leo the Great towards Attila, and of some Popes who checked the insolence of tyranny in more recent times. A few words in refere...

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LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. The Mexican schooner Julia, at New Orleans, from Vera Cruz, brings intelligence from the city of Mexico to the 23d ult: Paredes was certainly on his march to the city of Mexico, and our minister, Mr. Slidell, was still there. The supreme government had appointed Gen. Rustamente commander-in-chief, and Gen. Rorregon his second in command, of the army to oppose Paredes. That paper says the government is indefatigaldy working to quell the revolt, and that it has already taken the necessary measures to put the capital in a state of defence, and given out 3000 guns, to be distributed among the citizens. On the 21st ult, the Senate concurred with the fovernment in giving dictatorial power to 'resident Herrera. PT Siglo says that Paredes had seized upon the public treasury at the fair at St. Juan, which had been committed to his charge. On the 23d, the forces of Paredes were said to be only three day a ’ march from tho city of Mexico. On the 24th, the troops...

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O’CONNELL’S ALLEGED COMPROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

O’CONNELL’S ALLEGED COMPROMISE. THE PIUT, SATURDAY, JANUARY 81, 1840. On the 15th December, Mr. O’Connell proposed to the Association a plan of operations in the event of a Whig tion> His proposal was to support the Government generally, and in particular on the Corn question, upon the condition of obtaining ceitain administrative and legislative measures for the benefit of Ireland. Those measures were to be, as follow;—lrish Railway committees to sit in Dublin; the Repeal and Orange magistrates to be restored their commissions; a popular Viceroy, not Lord 1‘ ortescue, to be appointed; money to be advanced on the security of the incorporated Railways, for the purpose of completing the works, and giving employment; the establishment of the tenant right, and new laws in the matter of distress and ejectment: on these points, Mr. O’Connell proposed to secure to an outgoing tenant compensation for all improvements made by himself during his occupation, to secure every tenant a...

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