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REPEAL BUTTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

REPEAL BUTTONS. A few years ago," there was a row in Dublin about the Repeal Buttons. It was attempted to be made out illegal to wear them in barrack-yards, national schools, and other places belonging to government; and all officers of Government were forbidden to wear them any where. Under these circumstances John O’Connell advised the Repealers, in any time of difficulty, to put their buttons in their pockets. Thereupon the London Journals recommended, most strongly, to Sir James Graham, as he had already drilled the Post Office department in the exercise of letter-peeping, to follow up the ingenious system by instituting a new order of constabulary, to wit, pickpockets, who should be authorized to search for buttons with proper dexterity and effectiveness. Those Repealers, who follow Fortune through America, will probably find it more useful sometimes to button their pockets than pocket their buttons; at any rate, they need not apprehend haviug their pockets picked by order of t...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. Vicksburg, Miss. The Postmaster at this place writes us that the following persons are not known there:—M. O’Connor, owes since June last,and John Linnan, since Nov. 22d. Does any body else know them ? Mobile, Jlla. Our good friend, Donovan, shall have Mooney’s history bound in the style he desires, as soon as the second edition comes out, which will be in a week or two. Norfolk, Va. R. W. is informed that Brownson’s Review was sent him per jjch’r. Lowell on 7th inst. Mr. McGee. We are reluctantly compelled to omit a very interesting letter from Mr. McGee. It shall appear in our next. Madison, Ja. Our Agent here, Mr Wm. Griffin, has our thanks for many acts of kindness evinced towards our establishment. Our Western Pioneer, Gillin, is doing well for us in Connecticut. Black List. As several persons have written to us, to give them a few weeks longer, we have concluded not to publish the list, already prepared, until the first week in March—thus giving ever...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Correspondence. BROWNSON AND "YOUNG IRELAND.” [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

Correspondence. BROWNSON AND "YOUNG IRELAND.” New York, January 20 th, 1846. To Orestes A. Brownson, Esq. Sir: The extraordinary character of certain passages in the January number of your Review, will be my plea for a departure from the ordinary rules of criticism. I accord to you the fullest right to publish such opinions as you may feel called on to express, subject to the restriction—“ thou shall not bear false loitness. ,, I was unsophisticated enough to suppose that the control oreven a religious periodical did not imply a freedom from the obligation of this injunction. Yet the passages to which 1 have reference involved, what it shall go hard with me if I do not prove, as mischievous a calumny as ever obtained circulation under the garb of religious zeal. As my time is limited, and as all I have to say in the premises may be compressed into a few words, I will be brief. I am not certain how far my appropriation of a cartel from which they might shrink, will secure me the than...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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NORTHAMPTON CHURCH, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

NORTHAMPTON CHURCH, &C. Cabotville, Ms, Jan. 14, 1846. Mr. Editor, —On Sunday last I had the pleasure of visiting the beautiful new Church in Northampton, which was opened a second time for Divine Service. The morning was resplendent and beautiful, which encouraged the congregation to start from their different localities accompanied by the joybells of the sleighs. The holy sacrifice of the Mass was offered up by Rev. B. O’Cavanagh, who also delivered a most beautiful and important discourse. The very learned and eloquent prpacher, after reading the Gospel, selected for his text these words—“ What doth it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his own soul, or what can a man give in exchange for his soul. ’’ To which subject he chained, or rather elevated the attention and affections of his audience for about half an hour. The house being new, and without either pews or benches, the people were obliged to remain standing; but so fascinating and delightful was the ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

A PROCLAMATION. By the Governor of the State of Illinois. Executive Department. ) Springfield, Oct. 31, ’45. $ By request of the Synod of the Presbyterian Church, I, Thomas Ford, Governor of the State of Illinois, do appoint and set apart the last Thursday in the month of November next, to be observed by the good people of this State, ns a day of thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God, for the infinitely various and rich manifestations of His goodness during the present year. C ) In testimony whereof, I have j G-S. ( hereunto set my hand, and caus- ' ed the great seal of the State to be affixed. It may be said that the above is a very small matter—that the people were not bound to observe the day set apart —that none of their rights were aftected by the influence of the Presbyterian synod over the action of the Governor. We grant it; but the above little item reveals the old hankering of Presbyterianism after an influence in government; an influence which, if suffered to be exercis...

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ESPOINAGE IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

ESPOINAGE IN CANADA. We take the following from the Montreal Constitution. “Cowardly Ruffianism! The Spy McKeon has come out in his true colors. On Tuesday at about 5 o’clock, p. m. he lay in wait for the Hon. Francis Hincks, Editor of the Pilot, and with a bludgeon, inflicted from behind, a severe blow on his head which threw him to the ground, and twice repeated his murderous assault, upon Mr. Hincks’ attempting to rise. This is in consequence of the appearance, in the Pilot, of the correspondence we republish in to-day’s paper. A knot of bullies were present pushing McKeon to commit the act, and ready to prevent the interference of the Police or other parties. The occurrence took place near the Pilot office door.” . The meaning of the above transaction will be understood, when we briefly state the import of the correspondence alluded to. Mr. Daly is the Provincial Secretary; McKeon is a sort of nondescript agent, having no special office or appointment. It seems, he has been empl...

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BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

BOOKS. Discourse on the life and character of George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore: irmdeby John P. Kennedy, before the Maryland HistorlcanSociety, Decembers, let j, being the second annual address to that Association. Baltimore: Printed and Published by J. Murphy, ITS Baltimore street. Tiiia discourse, besides being creditable to the Maryland Historical Society, is very interisting, both on account of its subject and the manner in which the subject is treated. The History of the early settlements of our States can never be otherwise, but the settlement of a Catholic colony is more deserving attention, from its being among English Colonies, unique. We recommend it to New England readers for some features of religious toleration, strongly contrasting with the black laws and witch persecutions of this State. Butler’s Lives of the Saints. Sadlicr. The second number of this illustrated work is out in splendid style. It ought to be in the hands of all who would be familiar with the m...

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SKETCHES FROM CONGRESS. NUMBER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

SKETCHES FROM CONGRESS. NUMBER IV. ERIGENA. Washington, Jan. 27, 1846. As you will have a great deal of foreign news on hand this week, I will not trouble you with any long detail of Congressional proceedings. The Senate has done little business the past week in public session. They have done much in secret session. On Thursday last they rejected the nomination of G. W. Woodward as Judge of the Supreme Court, by a vote of 29 to 20. Every Whig present voted against him and several democrats. Thus has Nativism been rebuked as it should be, and I trust ever will be. I shall have something still further to say on this subject when you have more room. I think Mr. Buchanan will be nominated to fill his place. If so he will be unanimously confirmed. The Natives here are mad because Woodward was rejected. They swear terribly at the Whigs. The Natives are now thoroughly despised by both parties. The House has decided that Mr. Brockenbrough (Democrat) is the legal Representative from Florida,...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

Subscribers to the Relief Fund— Patk Caughlan 2.00; Patk McManus, Jas Barry, Thos Gray, Jas Gorman, John Doherty, Francis Flood, Patk Mullens, Mrs John Sullivan 1 each; John Flaherty 5; Thos Quillin I; Jas Sheils 1; Bernard Lynch 50c; John Drury, Daniel Corrigan, C, Savaf, M. Meara. John Slain, leach; Thos Barry 50; Hugh Halhan 50. FRIENDS OF IRELAND. A meetingg>f the Roxbury Association of the Friends of Ireland, will be held in tbe Town Hall, on Tuesday Evening, Feb. 3d. The meeting will be addressed byseveral distinguished and talented speakers. Ladies are respectfully invited to attend. Per order of the Government, m. mcdonougii, sec. UNITED SHAMROCK SOCIETY. The Regular monthly meeting of this society, will beheld in the School Room, corner of Hatterymarch St. on Thursday evening Feb. dth. at 7 o’clock. It is requested that all the members will be present. JOHN ROWAN, Sen. Sec’y. irrThe regular monthly meeting of the Hibernian Total Abstinence Society will be held at...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

On Wednesday evening, the lecture to the Young Catholics’ Friend Society was delivered by Mr. Young ; and was upon the political character of Richelieu. The lecturer pronounced a warm, and highly colored eulogium upon the Cardinal statesman. He noticed the distracted state of France at the commencement of his administration, the overgrown power of the nobles, the foreign sympathies of the Huguenots, and the formidable aggrandizement of the House of Austria; and he followed his splendid career, pointing out his high and varied talents, honoring his good fortune, and combatting his accusers, and palliating his faults with great zeal and ability. The lecture was delivered in a highly poetic style, and displayed great eloquence; but more in the manner of a eulogy than a calm historical discussion.— Towards the conclusion, he dwelt, with great power, on the death of Richelieu, as an evidence of the integrity, and purity of his religious principles. The next lecture will be delivered by t...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

TAI'SCOTT’S general emigration OFFICES, 7 J South street, comer of Muidtm Lune, New York, and i)o Waterloo Road, Liverpool. Arrangements jor 1846. In calling attention to their arrangements lor l>4i, the subscribers cannot but express the pleasure they feel in acknowledging the unexampled success they have met witli during tlie past year, and beg to assure their friends and the public ofllie United States and Canada, that the same untiring industry and marked attentiem to the comfort of those entrusted to their care for the purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which have gained lor their Mouse such wide spread popularity will be their constant study to sustain. The Lines for which the subscribers are Agents consists of the New Line ok Liverpool Rackets, viz: Queen ok the West, (new'', 1250 tons burthen, Capt. P. Woodhouse, sails from New York, Jan :Ist, Muy :Ist, Sopt 21st; from Liverpool, March litli, July uth, Nov 6th. ohKni dan, MOP tons, Capt. G. It. Cornish...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

4? 'EXCHANGE ON TIIE BANK OF at* IKELAXD. The subscribers having maile suitable arrangements with the managers of the Provincial Hunk ol' Ireland, are prepared tu draw small bills, or in sums to suit, at sight, payable in Ireland, at Mallow, Monaghan," Dungannon, Dungarvan, Parsons town, —* Skibbereen, Sligo, Strubanc, Tralee, Waterford, Wexford, Youghal, Fermoy, March. Preston, Leeds, Edinburgh, Dundee. Armagh, Downpatrick, Athlone, Dublin, Ballina, Omagh, Moneymore, Ballymena, Ennis, Ballyshunuon, Banbridge, Enniscorthy, Bandon, Enniskillen, Belfast, Galway, Cavan, Kilkenny, Clonmel, Kilnish, Coleraine, Limerick, Cootehill, Londonderry, Cork, Lurgan, In Eugland and Scotland, at Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Birmingham, Lancaster, London, Glasgow, Greenock, Bills drawn on the nbove points, will make good remittances to places in the neighborhood. WILLIS & CO., J 3 Stock, Exchange and Money Brokers, 25 State st J MICHAEL, CBMMISKEY, NO. 48 MERRIMACK STREET, (Sign of th...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

P\V. BYRNES & CO.'S • FORIB4G. TheSubscribei known to the travelling public, coi.t sengers to every part ot tlie linitei America. The public may rest assured that commodious despatch ot' passengers, not surpassed by any other house eng YVe have efficient, careful and res the important sea-ports in Ireland, w tention and information to passengeri lay and disappointment. Our Agent in Huston is YVM. P. M'KAY, ANDREW HARK & SON, L P. W. BYRNES & CO., 30 YVa Tlie Subscriber having been Agent several years past, continues to scour terms, from the following place*, viz; Liverpool, Dublin, Derry, Cork, Limerick, Newry, Coleraine, Wexford, He solicits a continued share of th wishing their friends brought to Ante self to spure no pains to secure every Drafts at sight for the acconunoda several of the principal towns. Jan :l WM. P. M’KA WILLIAMS A GUIOX'f SAGE OFFICE. ARRAi 1 84(1. Passage from Great Britan sons intending to send for their friend Old Country...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

BOSTON' AM) 1,1 V KUP 1 J A OKETS. To sail from I from Liverpool on the Mh oj each m< 1' rum 80.-. Ship JOSHUA BATES, (J 6-1 toils, < ? Capt. James Murdoch, t h Ship CONCORDIA, (A 500 tons, < 1) Capt. J. \V. Dorr, (A Ship COLUMBIANA, C Si 630 tons, < Jl Capt. G. Barker, ( M Ship WASHINGTON IRVING, id (new. 751 tons, < F Capt. E. Caldwell, ( J These ships are all of the first class of experience in the trade, have fine passengers, and will be despatched pi For freight or passage, apply to Ei and 38 Lewis’ Wharf, or to BA It IP CO., Liverpool. l’ersons wishing to send for their fr tificates of passage, by applying to 1 ‘3O State Street, Boston. TO OLD COUNTRY ME? CO.’A PASSENGER ARK AS 1840. HARNDEN & CO. will cc sage Certificates from Europe to the I l’ersons in America, wishing to sent Jricnds, can purchase of the Subscribe cate, w hich will enable the emigrant t New York on the Ist, Oth, 11th, lßtl Liverpool for Bos...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 31 January 1846

Ro« UK, BROTHKKS & MEATS f OR i t>4G Ren sage to undjrom Great Britain and ball, or Ola Line oj Liverpool Packs York arid Liverpool on the Ist and And by Urst Class American Ships, Persons seuonig to the "Old Conn can make the necessary arrangement aiul have them brought out in any of prising the black ball, or Old Line nailing from Liverpool on the Islam also by hirst I hiss (Ships, sailing 1 which our Agents, Messrs. Jam; there will see are sent out without and (Should those sent for not come out funded without any deduction. The Black ball, or Old Line of I.iv prise the following magnificent ship Liverpol on their regular appointed i The FIDELIA, on Ist Jan. t EUROPE, loth “ ] MW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICAN, lath “ YORKSHIRE, Ist Mar. CAMBRIDGE, 16th “ OXFORD, Ist April. MONTEZUMA, 16th “ Notice. It is well known that t the very best conveyance for persi friends, and as other Passenger Agt out passengers by that Line, the l’ub! tided by order of the OWNERS that...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

BOSTON PILOT. I*. DONA HOE, < editor, > T. D. M'UEE, I IRISH CORRESPONDENT. J BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT - LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. I OFFICE, I I No. 1, Spring Lane. 5 $2.50::::3n 3\bucmcc. Boston, oatur&an, jTcbruarn 7, 1846. bolumc 9::::No. G.

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NOTES FROM A “JOURNAL IN IRELAND.” FIRST SERIES.—--NO. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

NOTES FROM A “JOURNAL IN IRELAND.” FIRST SERIES.—--NO. IX. POLITICS FOR 1848— LOUIS PHILLIP’S SPEECHTIIE PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE-OREGON-ALGE-RIA AND INDIA. Dublin Jan. S, 1846. Another year has shed its sands into the ocean of eternity. 1845 has departed forever, with its hopes and fears, its virtues and its sins, and is never more to be revived except on the page of history. 1846 has dawned upon us pregnant with signs of political change, which fill every thoughtful European mind with deep and anxious thoughts. On the 27th of December the King of the French accompanied by his sons, opened the French Chambers for the annual session. He spoke as follows: “Messieurs les Pairs et Messieurs les Deputes. In assembling you about me, I am happy to think that we may congratulate ourselves on the general state of our country. 1 am confident that the accord between the powers of the state, and the maintenance of our policy of order and conservation, will more and more ensure the regular developme...

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BATTLE FIELD OF MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

BATTLE FIELD OF MARENGO. BY REV. J. T. HEADLEY. I have four days on the way to Milan; in order to visit the battle field of Marengo, which is half a day’s journey out of the way. I was struck with the care taken of the road over the Appenines. It is not only smooth and in excellent order, but men are stationed at certain intervals during the summer months to wet it once a day, as we do in Broadway, to keep the dust down. We should regard this at .home an entire waste of labor. We did not arrive in Marengo in time to visit the field that evening, so passed on to Allessandria, where we stopped over night. This is the strongest fortified inland place I have seen. Well manned and provisioned, it would be impossible to take it. It is a singular city, and soldiers seem to form the majority of the population. The peasantry that come in at morning to sell fruit, et cetera, are a squallid looking race. The field of Marengo, is not like most other modern battle grounds, overrun with guides, w...

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