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POETRY. O’CONNELL’S SOLILOQUY IN PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

POETRY. O’CONNELL’S SOLILOQUY IN PRISON. JAMES STEPHENSON, M.D. A captive now, but yet a nation’* chief, Bolted, and barred, and millions jit my bach, And marshal’d at my signal,—yet no grief Is here, for me, nor aught of mental rack, So they but follow forward in the track Which 1 have traced for many a long, long year; If they nor fear, nor yet provoke attack, The glory of Repeal shall soon appear, Repeal, for which I am a willing sufferer here. Is this my guerdon' now, a living tomb, And seventy winters piled upon my head, To share within those walls a felon’s doom? To lay my limbs upon a felon’s bed? My crime, the work of glory, that I led A people from their bondage? this my crime? But tyrants tremble! in my wrongs are read Your doom, and fated fall;—tor every clime Shall curse you for your guilt:—’twill speak unto nil time. What! though I view no more my native skies, Nor climb the monarch mouutipus-aud adore, Where I have seen the shrieking sea-bird rise, And loved to look ad...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
NEW YORK, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

NEW YORK, September 1. To the Irishmen of the United States. Fellow Countrymen —Having before obtruded inyself on your attention through the columns of the “ Pilot”, may I beg leave again to direct it to a question of vital importance, fearful consequences, and portentous magnitude with regard to the future destiny of our ill-fated land. I allude to the late painful dissensions in Conciliation Hall, between the parties nicknamed “ Old” and “ Young” Ireland; for in my mind,* if there be any meaning in those terms, they should have changed places. That if truth, honor, knowledge, dignity, candor, &.c, be old, the Young Irelands may claim them as characteristic of their cause and deportment, while unmeaning servility and tergiversation, mark the party called “ Old Ireland.” The point at issue between’ them, divested of its mystical and metaphysical drapery, is simply : whether it be justifiable to shed human blood in the defence, vindication, or assertion of right, honor, c...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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LETTERS EROM FATHER DE SMET. No. V. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

LETTERS EROM FATHER DE SMET. No. V. Tele <U la Colombia, > Sept. a, lalj. j All hull! Majestic Itock—the home, Where many a wand’rer yet slitll come; Where God himselft'rom His own heart, Shall health and peace and joy impart. Monseigneur—the 4th September, towards noon, I found myself at the source of the Columbia. I contemplated with admiration those rugged and gigantic mountains where the Great River escapes —majestic, but impetuous even at its source; and in its vagrant course undoubtedly it is the most dangerous river on the western side of the American Hemisphere. Two small lakes from four to six miles in length, formed by a number of springs and streams, are the reservoirs of its first waters. I pitched my tent on the banks of the first fork that brings in its feeble tribute, and which we behold rushing with impetuosity over the inaccessible rocks that present themselves on the right. What sublime rocks! How varied in shape and figure! The fantastic in e...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

PATRICK M’LAUGHL HOUSE, Nc. 5 Cross st., whi date a tew respectable young men w est terms. Likewise, bis HOOT <r I 8(> Broad st, where he sells Boots a very low. I\TOTICE IS HEREBY G 1 An scriber has been duly appointed estate of HUGH McLAUGHLIN, is county of Suffolk, laborer, deceased, herself thut trust by giving bond, as tl all persons having demands upon the ceased, are required to exhibit the s indebted to the said estate are callei incut to MARY McLAUGIILi: Boston, August 10, 1846. THE SUBSCRIBER respec merous friends and the public i commenced business at the Store f Mr. Wmtll. Kendall, corner of An where he intends to keep constantly well assorted stock of all kinds of ries, VV. I. and Dry Goods; also,Croc article that can be found in any other his wuy. All at which he uowoffe low prices as the same goods can be | in the city. Any article that will n may be returned after examination. JOH Boston,Sept. 9, 1816. Commonwealth of SETTS. Norfolk, ss. I’r 28t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

NOR and CHARLES F. O’CON? New Orleans in May, 1810. Any per them would confer a favor by letting O’Connor, now residing in Jacksc whereabouts. Of PATRICK MURRAY and wife, natives of Navan, co. Meath, who e lin to America in November, 1814. 1 he lived in a place called White Cre to be in the State of New York. Any ing them will be gladly and thankful] tiler, Peter Murray, who now lives t Murray, by directin'* a letter to Pete: Daniel Haverty, Lubec, Me. Of MARY and HONORA DUHY parish of Deuohill’s, co. Tipperary, lest heard from, was in Manhasset, married to William Mackintee, and with her husband in Sept. 1814. Any ing them will be thankiully received trick l)uhy, West Newton, Ms. Ne' leans papers please copy. Of CATHERINE YVINGFIFLT) port, co. Mayo, who lauded in Uuebt since, and when last heard of was : son holding ollice in or near Rostou. her will be gratefully received and | Gill, Tavern-keeper, Hamilton Cana Of MAT I'M E W PO WER, native town, co. Kilkenny. When last hca ing i...

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Ireland. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Ireland. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The usual weekly meeting of the Association was held on the 17th. The Conciliation Hall was crowded in all parts, and the reception of the Liberator and the hon. member for Kilkenny was most warm and enthusiastic. The following were amongst the members of the general committee present:—The Liberator, John O’Connell M.P, D. O’Connell, jun. M.P, N. Maher, M.P, Smithwick, M.P, the Head Pacificator, Captain Broderick, Dr. Nagle, Dr. Leyne, Rev. Mr. M’Evoy, Thomas Arkins, Dr. S. Murphy, Magennis, J. K. O’Dowd, Captain Seaver, Alderman Gardiner, Pat O’Brien, T.C, Fogarty, J. H. Dunne, jun, Sic. On motion of the Liberator, seconded by N. Maher, M.P., the chair was taken by J. H. Dunne, Esq, jun. The Chairman proceeded amidst loud cheers to address the meeting. The Liberator then handed in various subscriptions. The Head Pacificator here rose for the purpose of addressing the meeting, but The Liberator interposing, said—Before Mr. Steele goes on, ...

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THE CONTROVERSY. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

THE CONTROVERSY. No. II. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1846. Last week, we made some remarks upon the difference between O’Connell and the seceders: we treated it as a question of abstract principle. We have now to speak of it as a practical matter, to speak of its bearings upon the public mind, and the results to be anticipated from the adoption of each of the opposite propositions. There is a trait in O’Connell’s public character which has often struck us as singular, and, we think, must appear remarkable to every one who observes his conduct from a distance, w ithout prejudice or partiality. He cannot bear to be called a liar, nor to have his veracity impeached in any degree. It is something odd that “the best abused man in the world,” who has stood up for forty years to pelt and be pelted at, giving and taking nicknames, and accusation, like snowballs, should prove altogether unable to endure one particular sort of scurrility. It is strange that he who above all the men of ...

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THE TABLET AND YOUNG IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

THE TABLET AND YOUNG IRELAND. Our readers are by this time aware that we differ very far from the views of the Young Ireland party; yet we respect their integrity, and admire their talents in a high degree. We had some fears we should be a little singular in entertaining views so apparently opposite; but, on looking over the London Tablet , we are gratified to find sentiments expressed by the respectable editor of that paper, and, what is better still, from an intimate knowledge of the parties in question. We frequently enjoy the pleasure of meeting opinions, and even language, coincident to our own in quarters we respect; and we have sometimes, as now, laid them before our readers. We have been very smartly accused of self-glorification, we suppose, upon that account. Such charges give us no trouble. We find it as much as we can do to keep ourselves from being put in a false position, every now and then, and therefore we will take every fair means to make ourselves understood; and,...

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

THE IRISH AMERICAN PRESS. We made some remarks the other week on the above subject. Our reflections were suggested by finding ourselves habitually the object of petty, unprovoked attacks from what we had a right to regard as a friendly portion of the press, while that which differed from us, or opposed us in sentiment exhibited a more liberal spirit. YVe stated that this circumstance led us to closer observation, and that we had discovered, that it did not arise from any particular hostility to the Pilot, hut from a disposition for small controversy among themselves, which both the professional and amateur writers of our party indulge iu. YVe regretted the fact; and we stated, perhaps too delicately, our opinion of its cause. Let us speak plainly: we think it the result of a weakness and narrowness ol mind unsuitable to those who undertake to guide public sentiment, and define public principle; and we think that it betrays a ditfidence of their power over the American mind: writers ...

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NATURE’S TEACHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

NATURE’S TEACHINGS. J. E. M. When sorrow comes with dimming tear, To cloud our pleasures all; ltd sadly o’er the future year, Is cast a heavy pall, When shades ol gloom are darkly spread, O’er memory’s pleasant light, And hope’s sweet silvery beam has fled, Which lately shone so bright; When melancholy spreads her wings, O’er earthly toys and ties; And sadness o’er the spirit flings, The shadows of her eyes, When friends we fondly loved are gone, When life’s bright dream has fled; Why lonely should we still live on? Why rest not with the dead? Give ine an answer, man of years, Why should we longer stay? Thus asked 1 of an aged man, Whose locks were thin and grey. His clouded eye then brightly shone, With the light of a glittering tear; He raised his hand so thin and wan, And with look of holy fear, He pointed upward, upward high, To Heaven’s glorious throne; To the silvery moon and the starry sky, They, answer thee alone. Boston, Sept. 11,184(1.

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

ITEMS. One of the mock auctioneers in New York has had the Mayor arrested, and held to bail, on a suit for damages in the sum of $20,000, lor injuring his business. The New-York Sun says—Three fourths of all the houses and stores iu New York city are said to he the property of three or four individuals, among whom is Louis Phillippe, King of the French. Gen. Joseph Chandler, ol Augusta Me., was found dead in his bed room Saturday morning at Walker’s hotel, New York. He was lying on his bed with his clothes on, with one finger thrust through the bu’loil-hole of his coat. He was 75 years of age. It is stated that the sum total of the contributions to the sufferers by the Nantucket fire,amounts to about $60,000! The amount of duties paid upon goods imported in the steamers last year, exceeded $1,000,000, and was equal to one twenty-fifth of the entire duties collected in the United States! Two men were drowned on Sunday at Medford while bathing in the river. They were Canadians. Hugh M...

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FUNERAL OBSEQUIES OF OUR LATE BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

FUNERAL OBSEQUIES OF OUR LATE BISHOP. On Friday 11th inst, the religious services of “the Month’s Mind” in remembrance of the departed Bishop of Boston, were celebrated in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. The altar, the altarpiece, the episcopal chair, and a great part of the interior of the house was covered with the symbols of mourning. The mausoleum in front of the altar presented an appearance of solemnity and magnificence. Twen-ty-four candlesticks from the churches of St. Mary’s, St. Patrick’s, Holy Trinity, and St. John’s, were placed upon it. The chalice, and the crozier glittered in their light; while the dark figure of the mausoleum itself relieved their brilliancy. The Bishops of Boston, New York, and Providence were present, with thirty-six priests belonging to this diocese, all in canonical vestments. The Rt. Rev. Bishop Fitzpatrick officiated. The Rev. Messrs. O’Brien and Lyndon assisted as Deacon and Subdeacon, and Rev. Mr. Williams as master of ceremonies. The music ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Business EDep THE BOSTON 18 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY 1 PATRICK DO\.4 On every Saturday morning, at No ! Washington Street, fiosto TERMS... .s2.so— if paid witliii the time of subscribing—otherwise $ $1.50 for six months. Fourmon O' Letters not post-paid (except fi released from the Post-oflice. We publish the following for the be many of whom do not send proper re Post Oitlce, , To the Post Master at Boston:— Sir—l have this day received 8 the “ Boston Pilot,” with which 1 ha my accounts with the Government, i er an order on you for the amount, w pay on presentation. The following is a convenient fo ciuisite to be sent, simultaneously, to Received 8 for subscriptions from which I have deducted one per i self with the amount thus paid to me the Government. The Post Mastt the same to the Publisher, on the prt ceipt properly endorsed. Augusta, Me. There are two or t who owe us for two or three years, lice we shall give. Prescott, U. C. “I. W.” had beth cape the Black List. Any man whe ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Thursday, 2 o’clock, P. M. Up to this hour, the Cambria, out about eleven days, had not been telegraphed. Full particulars of her news in our next. J. B.’s article on the Literature of the' United States, shall receive an early in~ sertion. MARKETS. Brighton Market— Monday, Sept.li. At market 42? Cattle, 1300 Stores, 8 yokes Working Oven, 28 Cows and Calves, 2800 Sheep and Lambs, and about 1200 Swine. Prices. Beef Cattle—First quality s.so—second quality 4.50 IS) s—third5 —third quality 3.25 (a) 4. Working Oven—Sales were made at $5B, G3, 71, 76 (S) 92. Stores—Sales yearlings at $6 (a) 9.50—2 year old $lO, IS f® 17. Cows and Calves—Sales were made at 815,18,19, 22, 26 (S> 35. Sheep and Lambs—Sales of lots at $1.37, 1.63, 1.87, 2.13 (8) 2.75 Swine—Sales at wholesale, 31c for Sows and 41 for Barrows. At retail from 41 to 51 (a) 6c. D* CHARITABLE IRISH SOCIETY. The regular quarterly meeting of this Society, will be held at the Stackpole House, on Monday Evening next, at 71 o...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

IITALTBR .1. WALSH. COUNSELLOR ▼ ▼ ATTORNEY AT L.VW. Office, Courtstiua West side of the Court House. * Boarding, thomas f. o’kef.ffe can no commodate a few respectable Hoarders, in a neat house, and in a most retired and genteel neighborhood.— 112 Hudson street, corner of Oak st, Boston. fN ROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. TENT “3* Sl BAIRD, Nos. 93 and 95 Essex street, beg to inform their friends and former patrons, that having refittei their old stand, recently destroyed by lire, they cun now ol ltr for sale an entire new stock of Hoods, at Cash Prices obe sent free of expense to any part ol the city. Jan Mil. GLEESON, DRUGGIST AND APOTH • ECARY, corner of High and Federal Sts., Boston The most strict personal attention paid to physicians prescriptions, and to the compounding and delivery ol Fain* fly Medicines. Jan 3 JMTRACRIN. LICENTIATE APOTHE- • CARY, lately from Ireland, begs to announce that he has opened a Dnuo Store at 100 Sea street, Boston, where the strictest personal attentio...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Mk jfH: T>.IPSCOTT’S general emigration offices, 7 5 South street, corner of Maiden Lane, New York, and 96 Waterloo Road, Liverpool. Arrangements for 1840, In calling attention to their arrangements for 1848, the subscribers cannot but express the pleasure they feel in acknowledging the unexampled success they have met with during the past year, and beg to assure their friends and the public ofthe United States and Canaria, that the same untiring industry and marked atten* lion to the comfort of those entrusted to their care for the purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which have gained for their House such wide spread popularity will be their constant study to sustain. The Liues for which the subscribers are Agents consists of the iNfcw Line ok Liverpool Packets, viz: Queen of the West, (new), 1250 tons burthen, Capt. P. Woodhouse, sails from New York, Jan 2lst, May 21st, Sent Hiatt from Liverpool, Marcli 6th, July 6tli, Nov uth. bueuidan, UIK) tons, Capt. G. R...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

Roche, brothers & co.*s arrange MENTS FOR 1840 Remittances to, and l’as sage to and from Great Britain and Ireland , by the “Black Rail, or Old Lint oj Liverpool Packets,” sailing from Next xork and Liverpool on the Ist and loth of cverv month. And by First Class American Ships, sailing wee t'y. Persons sending to the “Old Country” tor their Friends, can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, arid have them brought'out in any of the Eight Shins comprising the black ball, or Old Lute of Liverpool rackets, from Liverpool on the Ist aud Itillt of every month,) also by First Class Ships, sailing from that port weekly, which our Agents, Messrs. James D. Kocue A 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 magnillceut ships, aud will sail from Liverpol on their regular appointed days, us follows r n... i...

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