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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

OIIX MURPHY, Printer seller and Stationer, 178 Min i heirs leave to cull the attention of tli the following list of \ EW & CH I. <! WORKS. of his own puhlii Das Grosze Leben Und Leiden, Life and Sufferings of Jesus Christ, I client, in German. This work isgoti under the auspices of the Society of in this city. The work is comprised hound in one; making a beautiful 4to pages, illustrated with tine Enzravin and Fancy Title Pages. It may he hac at S4, j, 6, and 7.5(1 volume. The to Clergymen, Booksellers, Canvass. New American Catholic Novel. Tale of Heal Life, by John 11. Bryat chased the copy-right of this new a work, by which he becomes the futu spe tfiillv solicits the orders of the I are disposed to aid in the disseininati structiveand pleasing class of Oath work is to be comprised in two volun bound in the neatest manner, and sol 75 cents. (fj - Volume I. note ready ti 11. will be issued in 1547.. CD “It is written in the most chaste a 1 interest thrown aro...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

Groceries and provisions, tent A, BAIRD, Nos. 93 and 95 Essex street, beg to in. form their friends ami former patrons, that having refitted their old stand, recently destroyed by fire, they can now of ler for sale an entire new stock of Goods, at Cash Prices ohe sent free of expense to any part ol the city. Jan Walter j. walsh, counsellor a ATTORNEY aTI.AVV. Office, Court Square West side of the Court House. Jan3 Boarding, thomas f. O’Keeffe can ac commodate a few respectable Boarders, in a neat house, and in a most retired and genteel neighborhood.— 112 Hudson street, corner of Oak st, Boston. mh2B Timothy noonan. sexton ofsouth bos ton Burial Ground, has Removed to Fourth street* between C and I) streets, South Boston tf Jan3 FCRNITURE NOTICE. JAMES QUIGLEY has removed from 34 Milk street, to the corner p, Beach and Washington streets, in the building formerly occupied by the Washington Bank, and nearly opposite Iloylston Market tf JanjS_ THOSE who want to purchase Hats and Caps ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

Notices of this kind mserttdfour times for $1 INFORMATION WANTED. Of PATRICK MAGUIRE, son of John Maguire, a na" five of Killadrum, co. Fermanagh. When last heard from lie was in Montreal, L.C. His brother, Owen, is anxious to hear from him. He can address him, care of Mr Charles Robinson, Taunton, Ms. 017—4 t Of PATRICK and PHILIP PUNCH, natives of city of Cork. Their brother, James J. Punch, who lives in Lvnn, Ms, is anxious to hear from them. Should this meet their observation they will write hint immediately. ol7—4tT Of MICHAEL DEVLIN, a native of Newry, co. Armagh, who left said place about four years ago for this country. When last heard from (in the month of April last he was in North Adams, Ms. Any information respecting his present residence, from any one acquainted With him, or from himself, will be thankfully received by his brother, Patrick Devlin, Worcester, Ms. 017 Of PATRICK DESMOND, a native of Cloyne, county Cork. When last heard of he was in the state of New York, ...

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The Church. DEDICATION OF THE NEW CHURCH OF ST. PHILOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

The Church. DEDICATION OF THE NEW CHURCH OF ST. PHILOMENA. On Sunday, 4tb inst., this magnificent ; temple was dedicated to the worship of the Supreme Being, with the beautiful and imposing ceremonies of the Roman Catholic Church, in the presence of u large concourse of Catholic and other citizens assembled on the occasion. Thu members of the Congregations of St. Patrick’s, St. Philomeim’s and St. Paul’s, assembled at the Cathedral at 8 o’clock, and having been formed in order by Capt.. James May and Capt. Sahl, Chief Marshals of the ! English and German congregations, and their assistants, moved from thence in procession, down Grant to Fourth street, down Fourth to Smithfield, up Smithfield to Liberty, and up Liberty to the new Church; and never have we seen so large and so magnificent a procession on any other occasion. YVe are informed that j this was the largest religious procession ever before witnessed in the United States. The day was clear and beautiful, and the large concou...

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ST. VINCENT OF PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

ST. VINCENT OF PAUL. The Life of St. Vincent has been published by Duffy, Dublin, a notice of which we find in the Freeman's Journal:— This work, a translation by a Catholic clergyman from the French of M. Collet, is remarkable for the chaste simplicity of its style, and the extraordinary and interesting character of its contents. The life of St. Vincent must be a subject of deep interest to all, whatever their creed or nation, who deplore the miseries of their fel-low-mortals, and rejoice in their spiritual and temporal elevation. Nothing but heaven could, from means so humble, produce such results as have attended his labors; but rarely has human nature produced zeal, perseverance and humility equal to what the pages before us record of this holy and philanthropic man. Vincent, the third son of humble and virtuous parents, was born near Bordeaux in 1576. When a boy he was employed in tending his father’s nock, and gave early symptoms of that disinterested and boundless charity for...

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A SPANISH ROBBER-FEARFUL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

A SPANISH ROBBER-FEARFUL SCENE. Madrid, Aug. —An act of singular ferocity took place a day or two ago in the prison of Salamanca. A notorious robber uiul murderer, of the name of Patino, the terror of the surrounding country for years, was lately captured and tried by court martial. He was at first sentenced to be shot, but the military authorities thinking such a mode of punishment too honourable for such a miscreant,obtained its commutation to strangling by the garote. On the morning of the 3d instant., the turnkey proceeded, as is usual, to inform the criminal that the Judge of First Instance, accompanied by the escribano, had arrived to announce in form his sentence, and to transfer him to the condemned chapel, preparatory to his execution. He was found with one of his legs released from the fetters having skilfully employed a file for that purpose which he had concealed on his person. Though still bound to the iron bar which traversed the dungeon, he flung himself on the turnke...

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Foreign Summary [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

Foreign Summary Potatoes from VanDieman’s Land. A ship arrived in the London Docks, from Hobart Town, called the North Briton, has brought 4,228 bags of wheat, 243 bags of flour, among a variety of other articles 30 baskets of potatoes, the production of that distant colony. We mention this importation as being of considerable interest and importance, in consequence of its novelty, and the distance from the place of growth. The Domestic Cat in India. Mr. Jacob, in his account of Jessor, says:— “ The European domestic cat, when introduced into this country, seems endowed with the power of destroying snakes as she would have done mice at home : no sooner does one make its appearance in a house or compound, than she pounces on it, and after shaking if awhile, tosses it about, playing with it, if allowed ; the snake becoming so terrified as never to attempt to bite her.” According to a law promulgated in 1840, the game-keepers of noblemen in Germany have the right of firing at poachers,...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER IT. 1840. Two of the Boston papers have been controvertizing, this while back, upon the right of private judgment in political matters. The question between them is whether, in our political Israel, every man may do that which is right in the sight of his own eyes, or must obey the laws. The Bee seems to maintain the divine authority of public opinion, and the Chronotype, to insist on the divine right of private judgment: according to the one, a man must obey the laws, let them be right or wrong; according to the other, he may obey just as much as he likes of them; in other words, he must, as well as he can judge for himself, “do the good and shun the evil.” This is a great country, and of its still farther and higher advancement in everything great, large hopes are formed and warranted. “The science of self-govern-ment” is a byeword of hope and pride among the people. There is no doubt that popular information on political...

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FIRST CATHOLIC CHURCH IN BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

FIRST CATHOLIC CHURCH IN BOSTON. We copy the following article from the United, States Chronicle , printed at Providence, It. 1., Thursday, November 20, 1738 : On Sunday, the 2d instant, the Roman Catholic Chapel in School-Street, was consecrated. The holy sacrifice of the Mass was celebrated by Monsieur L’Abbe de la Poterie, Priest, Doctor of Divinity, Clerk, and Apostolic Missionary, who pronounced a French sermon at the evening service, and made solemn prayer for the dead, according to the rites and usage of the Romish Church upon All Saint’s Day. In this enlightened age, when the fanaticism of former times has ceased, since his most Christian Majesty has granted divers priviliges, and the free exercise of religious worship in France, and there appears a disposition in all civilized nations, to a general and Christian toleration, tending greatly to the strength and splendor of government, the Roman Catholic congregation is encouraged to hope, that the Commonwealth of Massachusett...

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TO THE “NATION” NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

TO THE “NATION” NEWSPAPER. BY DOCTOR STEPHENSON. For the Bouton Pilot. What! Nation ! art thou fallen now— So low from glory’s height? Must those who loved thee, once allow Thou art not in the right? Thy deeds have turned our blood to tears ! Why dost thou spurn him now, When all the snows of seventy years Are gathering on his brow? Arrrayed with him thou Wert our boast. Our honor and our pride 5 For, then, the Saxon’s ruffian host We sternly had defied. Apart from him thy glory droops, And withers day by day, While Erin—drooping Erin—stoops To mourn the foolish fray. The foolish—but the fatal fray Which turned thee from his side, And left the world, as well it may, Rebuke us and deride. From thee we caught the scathing fire, Which flashed upon the foe, When Erin rose at thy desire, To nerve her for the blow. To make our people—self redeemed— Reorganised— erect— The light of thy young spirit, beamed Alike on every sect. It was thy voice, so full of fire, Which reached us o'er the se...

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YOUNG CATHOLICS’ FRIEND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

YOUNG CATHOLICS’ FRIEND SOCIETY. This interesting society held its twentythird semi-annual meeting on Sunday,llth inst., when the following report was presented by the President, Mr. Patrick Donahoe : Gentlemen, —The officers of this society have the honor to present the twenty-third, half yearly report of their proceedings. In doing so, they will be as concise as possible, thinking better to let you judge of the progress of the Society from the facts to be reported than from any lengthened observations. During our administration the Society has continued to prosper. We believe at no period, since its formation, has it been more firm, or has better union and harmony prevailed in its counsels. This circumstance will be gratifying to all who take an interest in its success. No instance has occurred in which the distressed have been refused assistance. Every demand upon the society, for the past six months has been met; and, in addition, I take great pleasure to inform you, the new adm...

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WASHINGTON, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

WASHINGTON, Oct. Uth, 1846. Since I last wrote you, little of importance has happened in our great, city worth communicating. The various acquisitions which we are daily making to our territory, are as important ns they are astonishing. Caesar in all his campaigns, Hannibal in all his marches, never took possession of a country with as much ease, as General Kearney (doesn’t the name smell of Irish?) did, when he “walked into” Santa Fe, and coolly administered the oath of allegiance to the inhabitants of this capital of New Mexico. The laconic despatch of “Veni, vidi, vici,” is verified to the letter in this rapid progress of the General towards the final subjugation of all Mexico. His addresses to the Anglo-Mexican-Americans, show that he unites the qualities of a politician with the tactics of a soldier, and the matter and substance of his oath of allegiance, betrays that some time or other, he has either practised, or been inclined to Catholic worship. After making his newly-adopt...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

D* The Quebec Freeman’s Journal and the Montreal Pilot were waging a fierce war at the last accounts. We shall have a steamer from Liverpool on Monday or Tuesday'. Schoui.kr, of the Lowell Courier, has returned from his European tour. His friends gave him a cead mille lailtha.

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JESSE MANN PHILOSOPHIZING. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

JESSE MANN PHILOSOPHIZING. Jesse is at it again. He’s turned philosopher this time; and has brought out a prtmphlet upon the new Tariff. It has been always objected to the Native party that they are men of one idea, men with no more exercise of reason than to insist doggedly on a single principle, and unqualified to assist in the solution of any of the great questions which divide the nation. To obviate this objection, they are seeking to put forth some masterspirit who will bring the postulates of Nativism to the solution of all the political problems that puzzle the age, and enlighten the world at once by the brightness of his own intellect, and the lucidity of their principles. We say they are looking for such a one; and eccehomo! the English of which is see Mann! —Jesse is the Mann. Jesse deals with the two tariffs in a very warrior-like style. In the first place, he breaks Priscian’s head at the beginning, and never lets it mend again. Then, he sends Whigs and Democrats to the ...

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PIUS IX. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

PIUS IX. Now and again there have arisen Popes like Martin V.,who have reflected a pomp and glory on the office; or, like Nicholas V., who played the part of a great Pope and a great Sovereign. Nicholas, indeed, prepared the way for the coming of the great Leo himself. He raised and re-con-structed the ruined walls and gates and towers of the Eternal City. He repaired the capitol, fortified the Castle of St. Angelo, erected the churches of Santa Maria Maggiore, St. John of Lateran, St. Paul, St. Lawrence and St. Stephen. Nor were these his only merits. He assembled around his court men of science and learning. Rome, under his sway, sought to emulate the splendor of the ever-glorious Eist. What Rome was under the tenth eo is known to every student in history. Under his pontificate a stupendous and unequalled temple was raised, and the noble arts of sculpture and painting were rendered tributary to the service of religion. But all these spiritual Sovereigns, however good and great, “p...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

The F.ditor of the Chronolype is a pretty fellow, after all his “gropings in Great Britain,” to “suppose the Manchester Guardian to be a Roman Catholic paper.” What sort of an Anti-Corn law delegate was he, who doesn’t know the leading organ of the free traders, published in the head quarters of the League? Repeal Association. Speech of John O’Connell. The proceedings of the Dublin Association occupy considerable space in our columns today. They will be found very interesting. Our Poets are “grinding out” some pretty good poetry just now. nr We conclude to-day the very interesting <’ExiracU from letters from Rome.” They were furnished to us by a highly esteemed clerical friend, and we are sure have afforded interest to our readers. "Carroll” shall appear in our next. 15* All indebted to us should, as soon as they receive our paper, look at our terms. Too many of our friends make their own terms.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

J. B. Burke & Cos. As we anticipated, this company has exploded. It was this concern that got up the Protestant employment society. We understand that several persons have paid Burke money to remit to Ireland, for the purpose of bringing out their friends, which will be, in all probability, a total loss to them. Notwithstanding our frequent notices of Burke and his affair, we are surprised that any Catholic should be taken in by the rotten concern. Burke &. Cos advertised to furnish Protestant help, but it seems they helped themselves to the money of the Catholics. This is nativism. Society of St. V jncent of Paul. The quarterly collection in aid of the free school under the direction of the Sisters of Charity, will be taken up to-morrow, in the Cathedral. Let all go prepared to contribute to so laudable an object. DC?" We can assure our Washington correspondent that his communications are always welcome to us and our renders. His article in to-day’s Pilot is...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 October 1846

ixlatm LETTERS OX THE SPANBlt/fi* ISll INQUISITION, by the late l)r. O'Flaherty. This book should be in the possession of all the friends of the lameuted Doctor. Price SO cents. Shortest Way to End Disputes about Religion. This is decidedly the best book for the times ever issued from the American press. Price only 50 cents. O'Connell and his Friends, byMcGcc. This popular work has already gone through three editions. No friend of the l.iberutora) should be without it. Catechism of Irish Historv, by O’Connell’s Private Secretary. This is u history of Ireland In a nut-shell, and i) the most useful book ever published for those commencing ihc study of Irish history. Parents should buy this book for their children, beautifully bound and sold for 2j cents. Familiar Instructions in the Faith and Morality of the Catholic Church. Avery popular little work, and strongly die Bishops and Clergy. Price lbic. recommended by the I Christians' Guide. This is one of the best prayer books ever issu...

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