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Ireland. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF THE 3D OF AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

Ireland. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF THE 3D OF AUGUST. The usual weekly meeting of the association was hehl yesterday, and never since the opening of the Conciliation Hall do we remember to have seen it more crowded. Every available spot had its occupant. The galleries and members’ seats were filled to overflowing; whilst the body oi the hall was so densely thronged as to render the place almost intolerably oppressive. The Liberator, w hose intended presence had the effect of attracting this immense assemblage, arrived shortly before one o’clock, and the reception with which he was greeted was the best possible proof that could be given of the people’s entire confidence in his wisdom, and their determination to obey his counsels. Every person in the building rose as if with one impulse, and cheering, clapping of hands, waving of hats and handkerchiefs, and every other possible manner in which the popular devotion could be testified, occupied a period of at least fi...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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A FEW WORDS IN "MITIGATION OF DAMAGES” [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

A FEW WORDS IN "MITIGATION OF DAMAGES” The defeat of the Young Ireland party is so complete, the verdict against them so decisive, and their condemnation, from the lips of those whose warnings are sure to he respected, so explicit, that it would really seem like slaying the slain, or trampling on the down-trodden, to dwell at any great length on that part of the story. However, it may be that a few words in “mitigation of damages” may not, for some of our readers, be altogether thrown away. No doubt what has happened is sad and sorrowful in more than one of its aspects. It is not agreeable to behold discord where there ought to be unanimity; it is not pleasant to see men whom you believe to be honest and well-meaning, even if you know them to be indiscreet, thrust violently out of the lists in which they expected to render service and to achieve honor. Hut then, on the other hand it is well to have the weeds of discord eradicated, lest in a little time they bear seed a hundredfold t...

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THE POTATOE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

THE POTATOE CROP. The ravages of the blight by which the potato crop is likely to be utterly consumed are now felt in every county of Ireland. The north, which suffered less last year than any of the other provinces, has its full share of this year’s destruction, and from Antrim to Cork, from Galway tf Wexford, there is a universal cry of total failure and impending starvation. We subjoin extracts from local papers, which give ample confirmation of this terrible truth:— The Castlebar Telegraph, which had previously announced the destitution of Mayo in last Wednesday’s number says: “Since our last publication the weather has taken an unfavorable change for the growing mean wheat, oats, and barley, for unfortunately, the potatoes may bo said to be already gone. Throughout the entire country the potato fields are as withered as they would be in the month of November, while the esculents are nearly all past man’s use. Thus has anOmnipotent God, in his just anger for our sins, completed ...

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

WAR. M. T. M’C. "sr 1 when shall that accursed word He blotted from man's pare of woe? War ! that feasts the cunion bird, Makes man of man the mortal foe! Let’s, through the haze of streainins blood, A glance ut<tm its revels casts; And see what compensating rood It e’er bestowed for ills so vast. Be those revolting visions hid Of Delhi’s ami Aurora’s slain; Heed not the ghastly pyramid Of trunk less heads on Bagdad’s plain: Puss Mahmud’s, Henris’, Timour’s deeds Of savage slaughter shuddering by— And but where man lor oi.onv bleeds Cast retrospection's throbbing eye. See Macedonia’s flery son O’er trampled thrones and cities sweep; Behold him, his l ist battle won, for lack of future conquests weep! lie weeps not Charonae's day, When freedom sank beneath his sire, Not mourns the glories past away. Of fam’d Persepolis or Tyre. See Charles to promised victory lead The flower of his exhausted land. Amid the Ukraine’s swamps to bleed At mad ambition’s wild command. But what ...

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LETTERS FROM FATHER DE SMET. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

LETTERS FROM FATHER DE SMET. No. IV. Route Truverse rfe la riviere den \ Arcs-a-7'tcUs, Hert. 3,104 j.) JWonseigneur —The Flat Bows and Kootenays now form one tribe, divided into two branches. They are known throughout the country by the appellation of the Skalzi. Advancing towards their territory, we were enchanted by the beautiful and diversified scenery. We sometimes travelsed undulafy woods of pine and cedar, from which the light of day was partially excluded. We next entered sombre forests, where, axe in hand, we were forced to cut our way and wind about to avoid hosts of trees that had been levelled by the autumnal blasts and storms. Some of these forests are so dense that, at the distance of twelve feet, I could not distinguish my guide. The most certain way of extracting one’s self from these interminable labyrinths, is to trust to the horse’s sagacity, w hich, if left unguided, w ill follow the track of other animals. This expedient has saved me a hundred times. I cannot re...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

DR. STEPHENSON, lias II Hanover st. to 7 5 K.M'Kl.i Cove. TJ, W. KENNEDY, 3W • AND SURGEON,-O\Ace , ( North Mar-jin streets. Removal, p. moonk\ CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE street, (second door below the Cathi be pleased to see his old friends andt prepared to sell drafts on the “Royal sole Agent for Roche, Brothers amount, from one pound to one hund the pound sterling and no other ex] uiand in any part of Ireland. CROTON A LE, THOM A Dedham street, inlbrms the it that he has been appointed Agent fo ton Fountain Ale, a splendid artiel posed of ill barrels or hall barrels, wh ielivered in any part of the city free c It is a good article for bottling. DANIEL MURTACK No. UB Ann street, corner of( respectfully informs his friends keeps constantly on handagood Caps, which he will sell wholesale a they can be pur base lin the city. A Stocks, Gloves, Umbrellas, &c. Richard barry, ca TIFICER in all kinds of M and a variety of other designs of < at No. G lluverhill street, Bosto...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

PRACTICE OF PHY TRIOS, &C. DR. Ti (Great Britain , late from Halifax, IS forms the public, that he intends Pr/ branches ofhts Profession, in a regul: ner, on the basis of Anatomy an without restriction to the many excl Medical Theories of the passing day. l)r. T. has the benefit of twenty ye department; and has long enjoyed a icate and successful treatment of tile and Children. JCr Attendance will be given, whei of the city, or its vicinity. KEainsNcs, No. 231 Tremont Thomas i>. gleason, Wholesale Dealer in Strong Ret dtr. A large supply kept constantly country sale, which will be sold on terms. Timothy noonan. se ton Burial Ground, has Kenu between C and D streets, South Bos Furniture notic e. has removed from 34 Milk str Beach and Washington streets, in occupied by the Washington Bank Boylston Market t TMIOSE who want to purchase 1 do well to call at P. Ac W. MB! Factory, No 4 8 Ann Street, oppo Boston. I\TEVV FRENCH GOODS, -*-» just received, per Packet Ver...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

ago with Michael Hyde, No, ::0 Wi! brother Bi Patrick ana Bartholomew obli red to any person who will furfiii present reside nee, by letter adercsst St. Louis, Mo. Ol MICHAEL MA( It \TII, a nat ofTidla, who came to tiiis country and when last heard from was in f'a formation respecting him will be his brother, Timothy Magrutb, audr ot'Mr. Darnel Twoiuey, iil Ann st, Of .lAMES CONNELL, a native< 'V uterioru, who left his w ile and tw 1.. C, about a month ago, and said )i come as tar as Boston, Ms, but sinci heard from. Any information its; ihaiiktully received by bis poor wifi , has arrived in Boston in search ol h in care of the Editor of this paper. Ol MARGARET BRIDE, a uativ lasi seen she was in Boston. Any i, her will be thankfully received by . Bridgewater, Ms. Of PATRICK and THOMAS MC King’s co. When last heard from w machi. Any information respecting fully received by the ir sister, Elizabe to her husband, Michael Healy, All TIMOTHY IVORY, of the sime above. If JAMES...

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The Britannia's News. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

The Britannia's News. We had room but for a sketch of the very important news brought by the Britannia in our last. We redeem our pledge, I y giving a complete synop i i of the affairs of Ireland, and other portions of Europe, in our paper to-day.. Her Majesty’s Visit to Ireland. The Waterford Freeman says: “A western paper lately set afloat the story that the Queen would positively come to Ireland this season. We have it from a distinguished correspondent, who moves in courtly circles, that her Majesty will not come over this year; but will, it is positively expected, do so in the summer of the next. The accounts which we receive from Austrian Gallicia go to show that the Austrian authorities, in adopting the atrocious means with which they stand charged for the suppression of the disturbances in that province, have awakened a spirit which cannot easily be laid. Incendiarism is spreading widely, and what is a worse symptom, the peasantry refuse to render assistance even when invite...

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ANTICIPATED RIOTS IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

ANTICIPATED RIOTS IN THE NORTH. For some time past much apprehension existed in the neighbourhood of Ballyhaise, county Cavan, that a collision would take place between the Orangemen and Catholics of that district on the 12th inst (yesterday). Inflammatory placards addressed to each party were posted in various places, calling upon them respectively to rally in defence of their principles. Communications of the facts having been made to the Repeal Association by the respected Catholic Clergy of the district, it was deemed advisable by Mr. O’Connell that Mr. Steele should at once proceed to the North, in order to aid the Clergy in preventing the anticipated outbreak. On his arrival he found the people in the greatest possible state of excitement. Many of the misguided peasantry were fully determined on getting up a counter display to the intended Orange procession, and it is confidently stated that both parties were armed for the contest. After consultation with the revered bishop of...

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TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL. St. Jar lath's, Tuam, Fedst of St. Peter ad Vincula, 1&16Mr Lord —Among the many and obvious grievances that press upon the people of Ireland, requiring prompt and vigorous measures for their redress, there is one which cannot brook delay, involving as it does the lives of thousands of the inhabitants. 1 have read with surprise, and with somewhat of dismay, the report of a speech attributed to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, announcing the fearful intelligence that the relief which through the means of employment on public works, had been in some instances tardily meted out to the people, was, from the 15th of August, to be withdrawn. That auspicious day has, since the introduction of Christianity into this country, been a festival, bringing joy and gladness to the people. Suffer it not, to be dreaded as a monument of national mourning. You might as well at once issue an edict of general starvation as stop the supplies which the feeble creatures ar...

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

THE CHURCH. IRELAND. His Grace the Most Rev. Dr. M’Hale administered the Sacrament of Confirmation in the parishes of Donoghpatrick, Kilconry, Cummer, and Corofin, during the past week, and his grace expressed himself much pleased with the state of religion in those parishes.— Tuam Herald. Sisters of Charity. On Thursday, the consecration of the chapel of St. Vincent, Sisters of Charity, Magdalen Asylum, took place in Cork. It was a grand spectacle. The Rev. Mr. Mathew, after the first gospel, preached the dedication sermon. ENGLAND. Another Convert to the Catholic Church. The Rev. Mr. Simpson, vicar of Mitcham, after having previously resigned his living, has been received into the Roman Cotholic church. London Morning Post. Opening of St. Anne's Church, Liverpool. On Wednesday, this large and splendid church was solemnly dedicated to the service of Almighty God, under the patronage of St. Anne. The weather, which for some days previous had been in a very unsettled state, cleared u...

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

WALES. Dowlais—Opening of St. Iltyd's Church. On Thursday, the 30th of August, this beautiful little church at Dowlais, near Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, which has been admired for its correct architecture by the most competent judges, including some of the members of the late Camden Society, was opened with high mass, sermons, in Welch and English, and a most efficient choir, under the direction of Mr. Tillay, of Newport.— Tablet.

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

THE CONTROVERSY. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1840. Contrary to our expectations, the smouldering fire of dissension that burned among the Repealers, has -risen to a flame, and even burst out in an explosion. We had hopes that by this time it would have been settled; but we have been disappointed. There are now two urmies of Repealers moving on parallel lines, and fightin? for the same cause; and there is likely to be some rivalship between them. The Nation circulates independent of the Association; it is taken in Repeal reading rooms by special subscription; and Young Ireland is already preparing to make a demonstration at the general election. In this state of things, it is desirable to understand the controversy. A great many people feel bewildered to think what the dispute is all about, and what occasion there was for a split. Accordingly, we will do what we can to put the question in a nutshell, and make it as clear as the white of an egg: we may repeat some things we hav...

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MR. KENYON’S REASONING. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

MR. KENYON’S REASONING. The Rev. Mr. Kenyon’s letter to the. Limerick Reporter , is the boldest and ablest attack on O’Connell’s peace principle, that has yet appeared. It has attracted much attention in Ireland and America; and we find, from different circumstances, that it has imbued the minds of many persons, and supplied them with arguments upon this puzzling question. We have a letter from one of our cleverest correspondents, lying in our office, which combats O’Connell’s doctrines with great confidence and decidedness; and, on looking over it, we find that it contains nothing but Father Kenyon’s logic expanded and illustrated. It is so tantalizing, and so foolish-looking, to hang between two parties, and not know which to join, that we don’t wonder at people’s rushing precipitately to the wrong side; and it is certainly a most exquisite piece of distress, when a question comes up for public discussion, and a confusion, like Babel, is created in order to settle it, for one to g...

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THE ASSOCIATION’S ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

THE ASSOCIATION’S ACCOUNTS. Part of this controversy between young and old Ireland turns upon the treasurer’s accounts at Conciliation Hall. Demands have been made for their publication ; and it has been replied, that it is unusual and inconvenient to publish such accounts till the close of the Association. The example of the Corn-Law-League has been adduced for the latter course. M. (». V. Porter has come out with a letter containing some serious charges of neglect and mismanagement, on this score. This letter has drawn from the Dublin Freeman an apparently triumphant reply. The following is the substance of the Freeman's statements: — “ There is a regular account presented weekly in full committee, showing the receipts and disbursements of each week.” “ No account for a sum above £5, i? ever paid till the furnished account shall have lain one week on the table of the committee room, that it may have been examined by every member who comes in.” “A pound of flour for paste, or a bal...

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

MORE RIOTING. It grieves us to state, that a riot of rather a serious nature,occurred in Roxbury oil Sunday. The Traveller gave a high coloring to the row, which has been generally copied into the city papers, the substance of which we subjoinRow in Roxbury. The Traveller relates that there was a serious riot in Roxbury on Sunday, which originated with some Irishmen .who were drunk, in front of the Freewill Baptist Church in Ruggles Street. Some officers were sent for, who, together with the citizens, arrested five or six of the ringleaders, when the friends of the latter made a general attack, with clubs, stones and every other missile within reach, upon officers and citizens, completely routing them, and rescuing at the same time their comrades. Mr. Jeremiah Dalton, a non-resistant, who was passing at the time, was pounced on and beaten and stoned so severely that his life is despaired of. He received internal injury, causing him to raise, during the afternoon, nearly one quart of...

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ADVICE TO THE LIBERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

ADVICE TO THE LIBERATOR. The Irish Advocate , edited by the Rev. Mr. Cahill, in concluding a fine original article, after speaking of the magnanimous generosity of O’Connell, gives him the following advice:— In conclusion we heartily desire that the Liberator would adopt two practices at Conciliation Hall, which would free himself from much personal annoyance, and relieve the country from excessive pain; the first principle, is never to praise on any account whatever, a young man or a recent patriot—and secondly never to admit on his committee any young man fond of making speeches longer than five minutes at a time; and if this rule would give offence to any gentleman, he had his remedy, by leaving the committee and joining the general body, as a mere member of the association. We remember many a political scene in Ireland during the last thirty years, and we distinctly recollect that the very men he raised into public notice by his kindness and inexhaustible and never-to-be-stopped...

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