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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

TO OLD COUNTRY ME: CO.'S PASSENGER ARRAI 184 G. HARNDEtf & CO. will ct sage Certificates from Europe to the I Persons in America, wishing to sem Jriendfl, can purchase of the Subscribi cate, which will enable the emigrant New York on the Ist, tjth, lltli, lßtl Liverpool for Boston on the oth and by the best Packet Ships. When Passage Certificates are purcl in Liverpool will write anil inform th to be ready, thereby preventing the li Liverpool, where Passengers will be till the Ship sails. On their arrival ii ton, we will forward them to their fri< United States, thus protecting thee wrongs and vexatious frauds, which I imposed upon them. The Subscribers arc draw ing Bills < at sight, from «tl sterling, to any; sum In all cases, those sending for Ce should furnish the names and uges of for, with their address in full, to be fo l.ivcrpool Agency, who notify the par to leave home, and give all necessary Passengers coining out under this lieved from all...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 September 1846

P\V. BYRNES & CO.’S ARRANGEMENTS • FOR 1846. The Subscribers, long and favorably known lo the travelling public, continue to forward passengers to every part of the IJ nited States and British America. The public may rest assured that for the prompt and commodious despatch of passengers, we possess facilities not surpassed by any other house engaged in the business. We have ellicient, careful ami responsible agents in all the Important sea-ports in Ireland, who will give every attention and information to passengers, that can prevent delay and disappointment. Our Agent in Boston is WM. P. M’KAY, 52 Milk Strebt. ANDREW' HARR A SON, Lowell. P. W. BYRNES A CO., BO W'ateiiloo Road, Liverpool. The Subscriber having been Agent for the above firm for several years past, continues to secure passages on the best Drogheda, Belfast,. Waterlord, Glasgow. bi-’cioi yeans ucmniiucs iu ©cuuie terms, from the following places, viz: Liverpool, Dublin, Derry, Cork, Limerick, Newry, Colerai...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

BOSTON PILOT. PATRICK DOXAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, A.VD FEAR HOT LET ALL THE EHDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE TIIY GOD'S, THY COI’HTRFS, AHD TRUTH'S. $ OFFICE, ? I No. 1, Spring Lane. ) $2.50::::In 'Aboancc. Boston, oaturban, ocptember 26, ISA 6. Volume 9::::No. 39.

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ORIGINAL. USES TO THE IRISH IN BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

ORIGINAL. USES TO THE IRISH IN BOSTON. J. STEPHENSON, M.D. Jlt uit/V ! our veteran chief again Steps forward to his high command,! Hurrah ! the shouts of warrior men Oi.ce more re-echoes through the land ; Despite division, still on hi«h O nr banners float held re the gale,— And loud and louder rings the cry— A nation’s hope—Repeal, Repeal. Patriots, to your duty then, Your task forbids a longer pause, Up, up utid strive, if ye are men, As men you’ll strive in Ireedom’s cause: ’Twcre shame, ’twerc cowardice, if now, Ye shrank before dissension’s frown; Your country calls, then up and vow As men to strike division down. Oil fleavens ! how will the foe rejoice ? And how will sulTcriug Erin bleed, If now ye split, and split for choice , Of leaders, in the hour of need?— No patriots, no, ye will not bend To beardless youth’s intemperate will, No, freedom’s tried and trusted lriend Shall be your chief and leader stili. Kneelaiul at, Boston.

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE LIVING AND THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

THE LIVING AND THE DEAD. TYRO. Though many an Irish chieftain his trusty sword had wet, And ’gainst the robber Saxons its flinty edge had set: Though centuries of treachery and tyranny iiad past, Yet days more dark and dismal were now approaching fast. Though ncxv born lights, and novel rights, and cancerous heresy, On England now a gloom had cast, from these was Erin free; But yet the gospel fanatics through the sainted Island led, A murderous horde of Saxons, base robbers of the dead. Now Erin wept her temples sacked, her altars too defiled Her priests like wolves were hunted, the sacred rites reviled; Her bravest with the spoilers lay, their hearts’ blood they had shed, lit defence of their own country, for the living and the dead. And onward r ished those barbarous hordes, the ruflians of the red, And onward too the Irish chiefs their troops to glory led; They bnivt ly fought, they battled long, at length the Saxons fled, And the Irish crushed the spoilers of the living and the ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Defeat of the Godless Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

Defeat of the Godless Colleges. From the London Tablet of August 29. The news, not of the week, nor of the month, nor of the year, hut (speaking of Ireland) of the century, and in its consequencesextending considerably beyond the century, is the glorious intelligence just come from Rome of the total find absolute condemnation of the Godless Colleges. It is even so. It could be no better, it is no worse. The Cardinals to whom the consideration of the Infidel scheme was referred, after due deliberation upon the matter, have come to a hearty, unequivocal, and unanimous decision against these vile and infamous—we were going to say establishments; but, thank God, established they are not; they are accursed and condemned for ever. The 13th of July, 1846, is memorable by being the date of this all-important decision. On that day the Cardinals unanimously made a report hostile to the Colleges, and on the Sunday following—that is, the 19th July—their report was to receive the formal sanction...

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Ireland. DISTRESS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

Ireland. DISTRESS IN IRELAND. In the following letter Sir Samuel O’Malley puts some home and pertinent questions to the cheese-paring economists of England, who fancy that they are conferring a great boon upon Ireland by consenting that a fractional part of her own resources should be applied to the relief of her starving people:— 'l'o the Editor a) the Freemen's Journal: Sin—l have seen some speeches, attributed to Mr. Hume and Mr. Williams, about Irish distress, and would ask you— Do these papers attribute any such speeches to these gentlemen about the money voted to relieve the distress of the sufferers by lire at Quebec and at St. John’s? And yet Ireland pays its portion of these grants to the people of Quebec and of St. John’s —and Ireland is to pay for the whole of the relief that is to be given to it, for it would be folly to speak of fifty thousand. 1 would ask these newspapers, Sir, do they forget that Ireland contains one third ot the Queen’s European subjects—that Ireland...

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LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF THE 24tH AUGUST. The usual weekly meeting of the Association was held on Monday, when the chair was taken by John Reilly, Esq., Barrister-at-Law and T.C., who said—l see the mighty deprived of power, which 1 see bestowed upon the people; in this I behold the hamlywork of my great leader; to him, therefore, I openly proclaim my fealty; I glory in that fealty, announce myself “John Reilly, a follower of O’Connell.” In my youth, the season of enthusiasm, I was led to admire the daring energy and untiring zeal of O’Connell in the cause of Ireland. My maturer years have confirmed my faith in him—faith, if possible, strengthened by the fact of its being held in common with the clergy of Ireland who, to a man love the Liberator and acknowledge his leadership (loud cheers.) 1 know I am safe in such company. Have I not seen Ireland spat upon and degraded, and have I not seen him make haughty England how down before the supremacy of Ireland’s wort...

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CORPORATION ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT DEPUTATION TO THE CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

CORPORATION ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT DEPUTATION TO THE CASTLE. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant having; appointed yesterday for the reception of the corporation address, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, attended by the civic officers, and accompanied by several of the Aldermen and Town Councillors, K-oceeded in state from the Mansion ouse, to the Castle. The following members of the council composed the deputation:—Alderman 1). O’Connell, M.P; Alderman T. O’Brien, M.P; Aldermen Staunton, Butler, Kinaha n, Boyce, Sir John Power, P. Gardiner; Town Councillors J. Reilly, M’Kenna, Reynolds, Fogarty, Tagart, O’Brien, Moran, J. Fagan, O’Neill, Dunne, Tobyn, Loughnaii, &.c. &,e. The deputation left the Mansion-house precisely at three o’clock; the members of the corporation appeared in their civic robes, and in their private carriages, and were preceded by the city sword bearer, the high constable, the officer at mace, and other of the corporate...

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INVITATION TO DR. SPRATT. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

INVITATION TO DR. SPRATT. "To the Very Rev. John Upratt, D.D. of Dublin. “We, the magistrates, bakers, merchants, and manufacturers, with the Total Abstinence Association of Belfast, unitedly join in respectfully inviting you to pay a visit to the town of Belfast, at the first convenient opportunity, in order to extend the cause of true temperance. Having heard of your devoted and zealous exertions in Dublin and elsewhere, we now solicit your co-operation and service on the subject. Our town is rapidly increasing in population, manufactures, and wealth, but we are grieved to state, that its moral character is on the decline, and that, having six hundred public houses, with new ones licensed every quarter, our drinking custums are on the increase. While the intelligent and respectable here, too generally, manifested much apathy on this subject, the young, the reckless,and depraved of all ages, have in the midst of scarcity and want, been converting the bounties and blessings of Provi...

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Correspondence. REPEAL IN BALTIMORE. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

Correspondence. REPEAL IN BALTIMORE. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. Baltimore, Sept. 14, 134 G. Dear Sir, —After my long silence, permit me once more to communicate through you to the fri uds of my down-trodden country the doings of those who are determined never to forsake her for the opinions of any particular individual or individuals,until she has attained that position among the nations of the earth for which she stands so pre-eminently qualified, and for which she is so gallantly struggling. September 2d, 1546, the Baltimore^Repeal Society met in pursuance of the call of the Secretary. Precisely at 8 o’clock, the hour appointed, the president, Col. James L. Maguire, took the chair. On the the suggestion of Mr. McLaughlin, the proceedings of the two previous monthly meetings were read, by which it appeared that Philip C. Freeze, Esq., at the July meeting, offered the following resolutions: Whereas —The Baltimore Repeal Association considers thal its object and principles are net gener...

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BOSTON, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

BOSTON, September 21, 1846. To the. Editor of the Boston Pilot: Sir, —Language is not capable to express the indignation with which 1 daily yieruse articles in the public papers of this city, reflecting upon Irishmen in the U.S. as a drunken, disorderly, worthless class of persons, barely tolerable in any civilized community. In your paper of sth inst., there was a paragraph to the following effect : “ A gang of pickpockets (natives) were in attendance at the missionary and religious convention, lately held at Nevv-Haven. They appeared among the throng of strangers in attendanqe it is said, dressed like clergymen in black coats and white cravats.” On which the “ Daily American Eagle” makes the following refined remarks:— “ Right for once Mr. Pilot, they were probably Bishops, Priests, anil Jesuits returning to N. York from an Irish wake, held in Boston a few days since.” (Referring to the funeral obsequies of Bishop Fenwick.) Now I request all intelligent right-mind-ed Irishmen to n...

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VERSES FOR THE SOWING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

VERSES FOR THE SOWING TIME. MARY. Strain anew each nerve and sinew— Boldly speak the soul within you— Firm, and proud, and fearless stand, Like men who strive for Fatherland. Patient watch ye through the night, Yet shall dawn the morning light; Dawns it soon —yourselves shall sing it; Comes it late—ye helped to bringit. Joy he his who lives to see Right triumphant— Erin free! Deathless lame to him who dies Struggling onward for the prizeGuard the weak mnn with the strong — By the right word check the wrong; Nerve your heart, or lift your hands Just as freedom’s cause demands. Bind the gifted and the good In one bond of Nationhood; Pass the word bom sire to son— So shall freedom’s flight be won. Hearts that bask in fortune’s li^ht, Bid her lead ye to the fight; Hearts that have no joy beside, Take your country lor your bride. Clasp the friend, and win the foe—- . Cling to them that fastest go; Sow the seed,and fear not, men— God will choose his reapers then. Nation.

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The Church. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

The Church. Our files by the Cambria furnish us with interesting Church intelligence. The progress of the cause,particularly in England, is cheering. We proceed with accounts from our various foreign Journals:— ENGLAND. An English lady, whose name we have in confidence, was admitted into the Church at Saint Malo about a week ago.— Tablet. Mr. Thomas Ticehurst, late of Battle in Sussex, was admitted into the Holy Catholic Church by the Very Rev. R. B. Roskel!, D.D., on Saturday, at Manchester.—ldem. Conversions. Four gentlemen have lately left the establishment and entered into the Catholic church. They were members of Mr. Scott’s congregation of Hoxton. There are, besides these, manv other converts (from the establishment, and other kindred bodies of Protestants) in Islington, who have entered intotheone fold of Jesus Christ.— Morning Post. It is announced in the daily papers, that the Rev. J. Simpson, who recently resigned the living of Michigan, Surrey, as a preliminary step, has ...

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SPEECH OF POPE PIUS IX. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

SPEECH OF POPE PIUS IX. The following allocution was pronounced by the Pope in a secret Consistory of Cardinals at Rome, on the 27th ultimo:— “Venerable Brothers—ln regarding for the first time at this place your noble assembly, and at the moment of addressing you, venerable brothers, we again feel the emotion with which you saw us so powerfully agitated when by your very kind suffrages we were raised to the place of the Pontiff Gregory XVI., of glorious memory. The thought has presented itself to us, that a great number of cardinals known at home and abroad by their eminent talent and wisdom, by their experience in affairs, and by all kinds of virtues, could soothe the regret caused by the death of the Pontiff, whom God had just called to himself, and make us merit the honor of succeeding him; and you, laying aside all the reasons of human wisdom, and considering otdy in tlje ardor of your zeal the Catholic church lamenting its loss, have thought only of consoling and supporting it...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

D R. MKJXAILT No. 39 ton. fcJ PATRICK M’LAUGHL HOUSE i 5 New Cross st, wli date n few respectable young men w eat terms. Likewise, liis BOOT <r . 8(4 11 road st, where he sells Hoots t very low. JOSEPH C, BYR(J Maker, informs his countrytii lie has commenced business Hast Boston, (opposite the hopes uj slrict attention, puncluulity to merit their support. An ussortmei English lever, horizontal and verg will sell cheap for cash. Clocks, N Repeating, Duplet, Lever, llorit Watches repaired and warranted. August loth, 1846. I\rATI T4ALIZATION. J< d-” inform his countrymen that b No. 4 Williams Court, Boston, on ] and Thursday of each week they c pers, without fail, for half the prici atnl on Friday of each week lor their T%U GALLAGHER continue MENTS and CRAVE S’U Boston or vicinity wanting such, w the shop of COWDIN a,- BOWKE street, where lie will keepspeciiuet Canton, July 25,1846. X* REMITTANCES TO inii PASSAGES, ttv “TABS* •ro BOSTON on NEW YORK. DRAFTS for one...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

TEETH INSJ sar NEW PRINC ■-'SU IS USUALLY FA* 1)U. MORTON, 1 llie former oifice of Wells fr Morton, to one of the most valuable inveutioi made either in the dental art, or an sonal comfort is so much concerned, that is not in general use, and one make a perfect fit, render them usefti lug subject to none of the difiicullu usually attend artificial Teeth, such i tin* the jaws, or to the great mortifi dropping down and shaking about, the light upon which the mere assert are justly looked upon at the presen very reluctant to come before thepu assertions, were it not that I atn will thod tested by all w ho desire it, upon no person can make the slightest obj vinced that when the principle ofiut come more generally known, and th< that the countenances of thousands! and free from wrinkles, and that I sli tion of bringing it more immediately have now determined to insert Teetl without receiving compensation wh for anything except the cost of con the expiration of three or six mo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

JSotices of this kind inserted fo INFORMATION W Of MARY McTaMMANY, wife < liy. W lieu last heard of was in a i two miles from Quebec, Rower (Jam many, her husband, is most movie Any information respecting her vvi ceived by addressing 1). McTamman at SummitviUe, Cambria County, la of Michael Dalton, a natn Coolcormac, near Dungarvan, co. Halifax about 7 sears ago. When la the State of Georgia, Irvine Count’ respecting him will be thankfully re< Garrett, addressed to the care of , tioner, Halifax, N.S. Of EDWARD KELLY, tailor by dolphin. When last heard from lie State oflndiaua. Should this attrac any person acquainted with him, it affectionate mother a great favor 1 lines informing her of his presentresi Kelly, No. 7ii Locust street, Philadel Of BERNARD McDERMOTT, fi of CunnnerclHdy, a tailor by trade. 1 (about lour years agoi he was out place not now recollected. If this sh attract the attention of any one who him, it would be a great tavor to w: McDermott, No....

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The Cambria’s News. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 26 September 1846

The Cambria’s News. On our last page will be found a synopsis of tlie news, published in our second edition of last week, to which we would refer those who did not receive our second edition. The news is of various interest, as will by our extracts below. The price of cotton has advanced; the .British Parliament has been prorogued; the long disputed question of the marriage of the Queen of Spain has been settled; the man who last shot at the King of the French has been sentenced to imprisonment for life; and the crops in various parts of Europe give prospect of abundance, except in potatoes. Parliamentary. On the 24th, Lord G. Bentinck expressed his anxiety to know if any mediation was offered by the government of England between the United States and the Mexican Republic. The noble lord dwelt at some length upon the importance of the subject, and hoped that the magnitude of the interests concerned in the matter would be duly appreciated by the government. Lord Palmerston said that ...

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