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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

Business department. THE BOSTON PILOT 18 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR, PATRICK DONAHOE, On every Saturday morninz, at Nol Spring Lane, near Washington Street, Huston, Mass. TERMS... .s2.so—if paid within three months from the time of subscribing—otherwise $3 will be charged. $1.50 for six months. Four months $l. O* Letters not post-paid (except from Agents) are not released from the Post-office. The Southern States. We have appointed Mr. Patrick If. O'Brien general Agent for the Southern States. 3 Torouto, U.C. Mr. E. H. McSherry has kindly consented to act as our agent in Toronto in, future—Ur. Bradley having resigned. Mr. McS. is a worthy, patriotic Irishman, and we have no doubt will greatly add to our circulation among our Toronto friends. Hamilton, U.C. Mr. Samuel McCurdy, merchant tailor, has generously consented to act as our agent here. St. Louis, Mo. Mr. J. is informed that the usual compliment of papers were forwarded and charged to him on the 22nd of August. Ge...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

and the freedom of the press is protected,) mistrust jealousy and dissension; one party, and that the dominant one, denouncing young men for expressing their views openly, freely and honestly, proscribing the most independent newspaper of the country, because they are told they ought not tamper with a government that never did any thing great or good, that never yet kept a promise made to Ireland, and in all probability never will; —is it necessary, sir, to remind this party of their own assertions? have they not from time to time declared what those young men take on themselves to repeat?—and for this must they he driven from the national council, and denounced as traitors to the cause? This is my view of the state of affairs now in Ireland. Hoping this will give satisfaction to my friends who do nothing' else for Ireland than find fault with those who choose to differ with them, 1 remain, dear Sir, yours very respectfully, J. B. Harvey. September Bth. P.S. I am waiting to hear fro...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

'TjAAPSC’OTT’S GENERAL t ICES, 75 South street, coi New York, and 5Jl> Waterlooßoiui, meats fur 1 Hfjt. In calling attei men is tor 1642, the subscribers cai pleasure they lbel in acknowledging cea* they have met with duriug the assure their friends and the public of Canada, that the same untiring iiulut lion to the comfort of those entrusts l>urpo«e of being conveyed across tin rained for their House such wide snr their constant study to sustain. TU subscribers are Agents consists of th KR I*ool. I’aCKKTS, via: QUBKN OK THE West, (nCW\, I! P. IVoodhouse, sails from New A oi l Hopt Jlat; from Liverpool, March btl HiiKuioiN, 1100 tons, C 'apt. G. R. < Jan 3 dh, May 23th, Sept 2oth; from July tlili, Nov Hth. Rocubstkr, loop tons, Ca:>t. Joh York Feb 31st. June 31st, Oct 21st; Oth, Aug olli, Dec tith. Garrick, 1100 tons, rapt. B. J. H. Feb 26th, June 33th, Oct goth; from I Aug 11th, l)cc lllh. liorTiNOPbR, 1130 tons, Capt. Iral March list, Ju...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

A RRANREMENTS FOR iILANI) CHEAPEST PASSAGE UNITED ST.\TES, corner qf Pint New York. The Subscriber begs leav of his Friends uml the Public in gen arrangement* for the yeur 1846, am bringing out Cabin, Second Cabin, i gers, by the following REGULAR P AND FROM LIVERPOOL: IIENKY CLAY, Captain Nye, si January ti. May li, September o; Iron June Jl, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain New \ ork January 11, May 11, Sept’ Eeb’y Jo, June Jti, October 26. GARRICK, Captain Skiddy, sails fi 2fi, May 26, September 26; from Live 11, November 11. PATRICK HENRY, Captain Del Y ork Feb’y 6, J une 6, October 6; fron July 21, November 21. VIRGINIAN, Certain Hearn, sails 11, June 11, October 11; from Liverpi November 26. ROSCIUS, Captain Eldndge, sails 26, June 26, October 26; from Liverj 11, December 11. INDEPENDENCE, Captain Allen March 6, July 6, November 6; from August 21, December 21. WATERLOO, Captain Allen, sa March 11, July 11, November 11; froi August 26. December 26. SIDDONS. Captain E. Cobb,...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

Tailoring estai I he undersigned, having receii iiitnw Carney in the Ready Mai would respectfully inform their frien they sliall continue the Manufacture INC in all its branches, at their / Clothing Ware Rooms, No. 4 0 An i the linn of W LUTING KlilH From our long experience and in tile business, we doubt not that we n to meet the wa its of all who may ho We have on bund, and areconslau best sources, extra superfine and med and French Cloths, of the very be colon—French, German and English Cassimeres in great Variety, new sty Codriugtou’s and Tweeds, tor smut fashionable Vestings, such as sup bll do, plaid and figured English Satins, Cashmere Vestings ot the most desir Our stock of Heady Made Clothing to be found in the city, consisting Frock Coals of every rude and qu loons of the finest material, also ol i qualities—Vests of Satin, Valencias, ] To those who would prefer to liavi ufactured expressly to order, we wot in our employ persons of acknowled riel ice, and all may depend up...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

Rwx li E, BROTHERS & CO.’S ARRANGE MENTS FOR 184 G Remittances to, and Fas sage to and from Great Britain and Ireland, by the "Black Ball, or Old Lint oj Liverpool Rackets," sailing from New York and Liverpool on the Ist and lo th oj even/ month. And by First Class American Ships, sailing ten h!y. heinous sending to tlie “Old Country” tor their Friends, can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them brought out in any of the Eight Ships comprising the black Hall, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, untiling from Liverpool on the Ist and Itithof every month, also by First Class Ships, sailing from that port weekly, which our Agents, Messrs. Jambs LL Ruche «V Cos there will see are sent out without delay. Should those sent for not come out, the Money will be refunded without any deduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent ships, and will sail from Liverpol on their regular appointed days, as follows...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 September 1846

TO OLD COI XTRIMEN. HARNDEN fr Co:s PASSENGER ARR ANGEMEN TS FOR 1840. HARNOISN & CO. will continue to grant Passage Certificates from Europe to the United States. Persons in America, w ishing to send to Europe for their jriftids, can purchase of the Subscribers a Passage Certificate, which will enable the emigrant to leave Liverpool tor New York on the Ist, uth, 11th, ltith, -Ist and &>th; and Liverpool for Boston on the atli and gOtli of every mouth, by the beat Packet Ships. When Passage Certificates are purchased of us, our House in Liverpool will write and inform the Passenger what day to be ready, thereby preventing the loss of a single day in Liverpool, where Passengers will be under our protection till the Ship sails. On their arrival in New York or Boston, we will forward them to their friends in any part of the United States, thus protecting the emigrant from all the wrongs and vexatious frauds, which hav eretofore been Imposed upon them....

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

BOSTON PILOT. PATRICK DONAIIOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR HOT- LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTITS. < OFFICE, ? ( No. 1, Spring Lane. > S2.SU::::Jn Bos ton, Sat u r b (ui, ocptc tuber 19, IS 46. Alohitnc 9::::No. 38.

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REMINISCENCES OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

REMINISCENCES OF IRELAND. AN EXILE. Let us roam where we will from the land of our birth, And tho’ all that arc dear but remembrance be past, To some far distant clime—the remotest of earth, An affection for home will remain to the last— And memory will dwell on the scenes we first lov’d, And retrace every haunt where in youth we have been; Thus 1 think on thee, Erin, tho’ fur, far remov’d, Are thy mountains yet fair and thy meadows yet green. I left thee in childhood, my own native land, And never since then has my foot prefted thy shore; But tho’ far I have roamed on a far distant strand, My heart fondly hopes I shall see thee once more. Yes, Erin, 1 love thee, tho’ far we’re apart, 1 Have sigh’d for thyrishts—l have wept o’er thy woes. Oh, base is his soul and inhuman his heart, That could slight the dear land where his ihtliers repose.

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THE EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

THE EMIGRANTS. One of our exchange papers relates a distressing occurrence which happened on Saturday last, near the town of Mercer, in this State. It appears that a native of Ireland, who had lately crossed the seas, and was with his family proceeding to the West, in quest of a brother, was drowned in the Erie canal. His almost distracted wife, continues the narrator, “yet remains at the place where his body was taken for interment: and,being a stranger in a strange land, she knows not whither to direct her course. Her situation is indeed a desolate one.” Accidents of this nature are of such frequent occurrence among families who have left the homes of their infancy to seek for comforts and blessings in our own favored land, that they scarcely excite more than a casual remark, and a momentary feeling of sympathy. It is not long that one, as. melancholy in its results as the above, happened opposite to one of the wharves of this city. A ship from Liverpool came up late in the aftern...

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THE POERTY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

THE POERTY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. The Dublin Review in noticing Keble’s Lyra Innocentium, a Pnseyite production, has the following on Poetry and in relation to the Catholic Church:— It is sometimes asked whether poets are not more commonly found external to the Church than'among her children; and it would not surprise us to find the question answered in the affirmative. Poetry is the refuge of those who have not the Catholic Church to fly to and repose upon; the Church herself is the most sacred and venerable of poets. Poetry, as Mr. Keble lays it down in his University Lectures on the subject, is a certain method of relieving the overburdened mind; it is a channel through w hich grief or agitation finds expression, and that is a safe regulated expression. Now what is the Catholic Church viewed in her human aspect, but a discipline of the affections and passions? What are her ordinances and practices but the regulated expression of keen, or deep, or turbid feeling, and thus akathar...

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SIGNOR BLITZ AND THE CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

SIGNOR BLITZ AND THE CLERGYMAN. The Hartford Times tells the following good story of the Signor, (who is now playing at the Boston Museum,) which displays his dexterity and good humor in the most enviable iight:—A clergyman came into the public house where he was stopping, and without knowing the Signor whs present, commenced talking pretty severely against the trickery. The Signor bore it very good naturcdly, stepping up to the clergyman, expressed his opinion that such language came with an ill grace from one who had a pack of cards in his pocket and who had probably came here for the purpose of gambling! This charge was received with great surprise by the gentlemen present: and the parson was in a towering passion at the insinuation. The Signor reiterated his charge, and agreed to prove it. The clergyman defied his examination, but lo and behold !—he pretended to take from the parson’s bosom a pack of cards, another pack was found in his hat, and a box of dice in his coat pocket!...

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Eulogy on the late Bishop Fenwick. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Eulogy on the late Bishop Fenwick. BY THE RT. KEY. BISHOP HUGHES. “1 have fought a good fl,'ht; I have finished my course; I have kept the faith. For tile rest, there is laid up for me a crown of justice, which the I.ord the just Judge will render to me at that day.”—ilnd Timothy, ch. iv. v. 7,8. The symbols of lamentation by which we now are surrounded, Christian brethren, render it unnecessary for me to say that death has been amongst us; that death has triumphed in our midst. The habiliments of mourning which deck your church; the dark livery of the tomb uplifted on her walls, teach us that all earthly greatness must be subdued and silent in the presence of the universal conqueror. The solemn and pathetic tones of the music from yonder choir, intimate the same. Yet it is not death, so called in the Pagan sense of the word. It is not the total severance of the departed from the survivors, imagined In those who have not been imbued with the spirit of Christian faith. We are Christi...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE SECESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

THE SECESSION. Before we dismiss this subject from our pages there are one or two points to beset right between the seceding members and the people. \Y T e have been careful to assail no one, to prejudge no one, in all this controversy —but we feel no obligation now, or hereafter, to permit our friends to be misrepresented or misunderstood. That is not in our charter —for their character vs part of the present and future strength of the country. I. The Whig papers in England and Ireland—including those that openly proclaim the Repeal agitation at an end—describe Mr. O’Brien and the “Young Ireland” party as without support in the country, because they have made no resistance to the Association. This is a mistake. They deliberately resolved to offer no opposition—to contribute in no degree great or small to dissension. With this view they withheld their friends from fighting their battle. They silenced opposition wherever they knew it was meditated. It is no more than the exact truth ...

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Foreign Summary [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Foreign Summary A mother having parted with all her moveables in order to procure whiskey, pawned her child, aged about eight years. She was left in the pawnshop ali night; we hope Bailie Mack and others who are devising the establishment of rugged schools, will direct their attention to this subject. —Edinburgh Herald. Criminal information against a Clergyman. At the assizes of Hereford, evidence was given on a criminal information ugainst the Rev. Mr. Bartlett, the officiating minister of Iffington, in Leominster, in that county, for a libel on Mrs. Tozer, his sister-in-law. Various letters, written by the defendant, were given in evidence, in which he imputed immorality of a gross description to Mrs. Tozer, and suggested that she had endeavored to seduce her sister’s husband (meaning himself) and that she was not a modest woman when she was married. The defendant was found guilty. Prolific Royalty. One of the Louis Philippe’s daughters has lately given birth to a daughter, making...

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Correspondence. BURLINGTON, VT., [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Correspondence. BURLINGTON, VT., Stpt> 10) 1846. Mr. Editor,— May I caution through your paper the laborers on the Rail-roads against n young man of a bulky stature, and about twenty-five years old, who represents himself as a native of Ireland and student of Montreal. He passed on along the Central Rail-road in Vermont some weeks ago with a fine, ready made story in regard to his religious views and intentions, a story well calculated to open the purse and move the hearts of Irishmen. But, if they knew how basely he has cheated out of a week’s board and lodging, the tavern of Middlesex, Vt., and, without doubt, other taverns too, they would take no notice of his religious professions. He should, if honest and sincere in his pretensions, exhibit genuine testimonials of talents and character from his pastors in Ireland, and from the Bishop and Professors in Montreal. With these he should present himself to the Bishop of this diocese, and obtain his consent and sanction to ...

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THE NEW YORK FREEMAN’S JOURNAL AGAIN. “Principles, not Men.” [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

THE NEW YORK FREEMAN’S JOURNAL AGAIN. “Principles, not Men.” Nero York, September 14th, 1346. Mr. Editor — l am again, as you see, an intruder, but, you will do me the justice to believe, a very reluctant one, on your columns. If in the following communication I say any thing in favor of “Young Ireland,” I hope you will excuse me. I always did admire that “party,” and there never was a time when I was less inclined to conceal this admiration than the present. I honor the manliness, the consistency, and the sterling independence of those young men. There are many here, and those, let me assure you not the least influential of our Repealers, who share with me in this feeling, but—although we are for the present almost voiceless—l do not seek your columns for the purpose of giving it expression. For, apart from other reasons why I should not do so, our opinion of the ability of “Young Ireland” is such, that we believe they will have soon, if they have not already placed, the intelligen...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Thf Ruling Passion. ker tells an anecdote of a f He was expiring in the i doctor, a servant entered physician out, saying in a man has fallen down the hearing the appalling infori with a scarcely audible m Doctor, did he kick the bin A URANGEMESTS FOR -A. AND cheapest passage UNITED STATES, corner oj Pine New York. The Subscriber be«s leavi of his Friends ami the Public m gem arrangements for the year lWti, am bringing out Cabin, Second Cabin, i gers, bv the billowing REGULAR P AND FROM LIVERPOOL: HENRY OLAY, Captain Nye, Sf January 6, May ti, September ti; iron June 21, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain New York January 11, May 11, Sept’ Feb’y 26, June 2ti, October 2fi. GARRICK, Captain Skiddy, sails ft 2d, May 2S, September 20; ii'om Live) 11, November 11. PATRICK HENRY, Captain Deli York Feb’y 6, June 6, October ti; from July 21, November 21. VIRGINIAN, Captain Hearn, sails 11, June 11, October 11; from Liverpc November 26. ROSCIUS, Captain Eldridge, sails 2ti,.lunc 2,i, Octob...

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