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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Notices of this kind inserted fo INFORMATION Y> Of JOHN HARE, native cfco. G lymuguaru. When last heard from, he whs in Midiilebnry, Vermont. Hpecting him will be thankfully recei Hare, hikl her husband, Thomas Rlc Essex City, Ms. Of P. O’CONNOR, formerly of F common, who came five years ago i land, and settled at Latting, Uueen’s New York, by his wife who is now aware. Any information directed tc P. Redly, will be gratefully received Ol MICHAEL LAW LOR, native rowmore, co. Kildare, who caine l yours ago, and when last heard lrom was in the state of Pennsylvania. • peeling him will be thankfully rece Martin Lawlor, addressed to him in O’Reilly, 43 Merrimack si, lloston, I Of THOMAS FLAHERTY, naif risli of iiallinakill. Any account g thankfully received by his brother, ] ty, who is sick at Darby Whelan’s, bauy, N.Y. Of TIMOTHY O’MEARA, a nati Tipperary, who emigrated to this cc ago, and when last heard from, (Sep ing New Haven, Ct, and going Sou vannah. Any information of ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Correspondence. BALTIMORE, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Correspondence. BALTIMORE, Oct. Uth, 1846. Dear Sir, — Being favored with a few minutes time of real leisure (for all leisure is not real ) 1 concluded to write a letter to the Pilot, to let its numerous readers know that there is such a place in Baltimore still rolling along, gaining in population, and increasing in size daily, notwithstanding the abominable “tariff” and all the other causes which are to (as gentlemen often say down at \Y ashington) “destroy our beloved country.” Yes, sir, notwithstanding these disasters (they have not come yet, but they will) we are as we were. Few cities in the Union have less evils to lament, but none more attractions to be proud of. Our ladies are the best in every thing, and our gentlemen, though not handsome, are all very nice young men. Two hours on the rail-road take us to Washington, and, by the by, 1 shall not soon forget my first visit to the metropolis. I was in company with my friend of the “Ticket office,” and we went to exhibit ourse...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
NEW YORK, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

NEW YORK, October nth , 1846. To the Irishmen of the United States. Fellow Countrymen: —Though 1 had determined to maintain a profound silence henceforth on the unhappy division of “ Old,” and “ Young Ireland,” Jest discussion should widen the breach, w hich every true Irishman would desire to see healed ; still I fear it would be recreancy to the cause of truth to do so, while, even a shadow of a shade remains to obscure its light. It is, indeed, to be deplored, that the entire animus of the Hiberno-American press, is thrown into one side of the scale, while the Young Ireland party are almost absolutely voiceless : still 1 for one, never despaired but the innate love of justice and truth, would ultimately triumph, and place the matter beyond the reach of cavil magnus ventas esl, fyc. I was not disappointed, and if triumph of argument were any objects, 1 have the honor to know as many talented Irishmen, even in New York city, as would sweep and scatter ail opposition to the four win...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Review. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Review. An Elementary Treatise on Mensuration and I’ratical Geometry, &c„ by William Vogdes. Bid* die, Philadelphia, IMG. The study of mathematical science, in any of its branches, may be necessary, in one way, and must be useful in another. It is necessary to those who avail themselves of it in their professions,—men of science, surveyors and mechanics; but it is useful to every one, as a noble field of contemplation, in which to enlarge the capacity of the mind, and exercise its powers. Mensuration is a branch which nearly all tradesmen require, less or more, to understand: it is necessary to the mass of the people. But the majority of people could not set apart time for the regular study of any branch of science; they can do no more, when they go about it in set tasks, than learn the rules and operations which form part of their respective employments. We know that a tradesman, or any man of business, may obtain the richest amusement in tracing those divine laws, and ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE CATHOLIC HERALD AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

THE CATHOLIC HERALD AGAIN. THE PILOT. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24. 184 G. We have put forward the defence of the Pilot ngainst certain charges advanced by the Catholic Herald. The charges were extremely frivolous; but, like all malicious attacks, they were made to loom largely through a dark cloud of abusive reproaches and injurious implications. We thought there was no occasion for defence, and the Herald's reply confirms our opinion. All his charges amount to this: that the individual whom he calls the Editor of the Pilot is a Protestant, and that he was not sufficiently “slow to insert” the statement respecting an interruption of the railway train on a late solemn occasion. These, we dismiss without further notice. But it is time now to be definite and explicit in publishing our charges against the Herald. We had hoped there might be no necessity for this; we fondly thought we might have treated the assaults of the Herald as we have done those of others, brooded over them awhile in secr...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
NEW ORPHAN ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

NEW ORPHAN ASYLUM. • • • We paid a visit, the other day, to the Asylum for male orphans in Stillman St., which has been in operation for about three weeks. The directors have been fortunate in obtaining a house almost as suitable as if it had been designed, and built for the institution. Accommodations are provided for about a dozen orphans; and there is room in the establishment for a much larger number The neatness, and cleanness of the asylum, and the regularity and beauty of its incipient operations, are delightful. Some difficulty was experienced in getting a beginning made. It had been designed to put the institution under the superintendence of the sisterhood of St. Vincen de Paul; but that body was found to have declined the management of male asylums. The services of Mrs. Sullivan were then obtained, as matron; and she has proved well fitted for the important task. The gratitude of Boston is due to the Rev. Mr. Flood, to whose pious zeal and activity this institution owes i...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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DEDICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

DEDICATION. To-morrow, nt 10 o’clock, A. M., the dedication of the German Catholic Church in Suffolk St. will take place. The Jit. Rev. Bp. Fitzpatrick will preach on the occasion. We regret to say that, notwithstanding the unremitted efforts of the Pastor and congregation, a considerable debt still remains upon this Church. The Catholics of Boston, generally, must feel interested in those efforts, when they reflect upon the difficulties which have been overcome,and the unforeseen accidents which have retarded the completion of the work. We trust they will not fail to exhibit their sympathy with this struggling portion of their community on the approaching occasion. The organist and choir of the Church of the Holy Cross have most cordially interested themselves in the cause. We understand they have been rehearsing, through the week, to perform the music of a celebrated Mass in B flat, No 1, from Haydn, never before performed in this city. We doubt not a large number of hearers will ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

ITEMS. The Right Hon. Henry S. Fox, late her Britannic majesty’s minister plenipotentiary lo the government of the United States, died at Washington 13th iust. A Company has been formed in Augusta, Ga., with a capital of $75,000, for the manufacture of coarse cottons. A correspondent of the Hartford Courant gives an account of a wedding he attended in Alabama, the bridgegroom of which had done his courting—found the ’Squire—invited the company—ridden forty-two miles for the license—was married—and ridden forty miles for the whiskey, in twelve hours. A Mr. C. H. Cole, died at Exeter, N. H. last week, from the effects of a sixpence, which he had accidentally swallowed eight years before. After death a post mortem examination of the body took place, when the coin was found lodged in the right bronchia, thej lung being in a state of complete gangrene. The amount of ice exported from this port during September, 1,627 tons. The whole amount for the last four months is 14,281. The amount d...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CLIMATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

CLIMATE OF IRELAND. From a work recently published in Dublin on Irish Geology, we give the following extract on the climate of Ireland:— “The mean temperature of Ireland is about 49£ deg. at the level of the sea. The mean temperature is the most important fact to be known, as upon it depends the healthy growth of plants, the maturity of crops, and the capability of propagating plants brought from abroad. The temperature of the country diminishes regularly as we ascend heights, and the rate is, one degree less of temperature for every 540 feet of elevation above the sea. This loss of temperature is so certain that at a height of near 5,000 feet in our latitude, a freezing atmosphere exists; and should any mountain chance to rise to that eminence, it would be permanently- snowcapped; but the highest of our hills are little more than half the elevation, and, therefore, never covered for the year. The central plain of Ireland being above 270 feet high, in many places the mean temperatur...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Very few grog-shops open in this city on Sunday. Comment —Very few drunkards at the Police Court on Monday. We sincerely hope our City Authorities will persevere in their present benevolent course of closing all places where intoxicating drinks are disposed of on the Sabbath.

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Arrival of the Caledonia! FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Arrival of the Caledonia! FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. The Steamer “Great Britain ” ashore on the Coast of Ireland—The Famine — Distress of the People—Letters from Mr. O'Connell—Address of the Repeul Association to the People — Rioting, <s*c. The steamship Caledonia, from Liverpool afternoon of 4th inst., arrived at half past eleven on Tuesday night. She had rather a rough passage, having encountered a series of western winds, and arrived at Halifax on Monday at 8 A.M., and left in four hours afterwards. She brings one hundred and ten passengers. The state ot trade at Manchester had improved. A belief wus prevalent that the American cotton crop would prove an average one. In the manufacturing districts trade was still dull, and there was but little alteratiou. The prices of cotton, and of corn and flour, had improved—the latter articles materially. One of the most interesting items of intelligence by the Caledonia relates to the stvainship Great Britain. We abridge from the a...

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MURDERS, SUICIDES, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

MURDERS, SUICIDES, &C. Horrible Murder! We are informed that on the evening of the 3d inst, says the Philadelphia Eagle, Mr. Albert Johnson, aged about 23, son of Mf. Jesse Johnson, residing near Penn Squai%, in Norristown townshij), Montgomery county, met with a shockingUeath at the hands of Samuel Putz, son of Mr. Putz, innkeeper at Springtown, near by, who it seems is insane. For some days he had been very violent, and put the family in momentary fear of bodily injury. On the evening in question he had locked all the family in a room, threatening them with death if they attempted to leave it. The young man Johnson coming at the time, Putz rushed upon him with a naked dirk, stabbed him in the abdomen, which was ripped open, so that his bowels protruded, causing his death, after suffering great agony, in twenty-four hours. Putz was then arrested and imprisoned in the jail at Norristown. Escape of a Murderer. Harper, the murderer of Meredith, has broken jail, in Missouri...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Wax Statuary. We would advise all our friends to visit this exhibition. See advertisement. CO-Remember the Orphan —by attending the Fair, next week. We hope every Catholic in Boston and vicinity will visit the Fair during the week.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Business Oep THE BOSTON IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ' PATRICK DONA On every Saturday morn ins, at No Washington Street, Boste TERMS... .$2.5O—R paid withi: the time of subscribing—otherwise $ $1.50 for six months. Four mot O' Letters not post-paid (except fl released from the Post-office. O No paper discontinued until all Agents, look sharp. We arc in friend, C. K. O’ilara, Esq., ofNew called on him recently, and repres agent, and wished to get all the fundi his possession, which Mr. O’Hara - to give him. The fellow is an imt authorised by us to act in any caps ment. Agents should always remit No one is authorised to act for us ui pear in the paper. New Lexington, O. We have i here, but have not heard from him. friends there inform us if he is in the “J. Vandusenville, is inforn send the books until he lets us know to forward them. They cannot b price of the two books is SI. Neal Farnan will find something calling at the Pilot office. Hr We shall expect all our age* returns of the s...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

0$ PH JIN FJi The Fair for the benefit of Sf Orphan Asyluui will open o noon next at 4 o’Cloek, in Ci No. 9 Milk Street, and eontii fng throgh the week. The eh and the vicinity who leel disposbenevolent object, are hereby re ed that any article they may i will be thankfully received by S as also by the following ladies, Parish of the Holy Cnos: hoe, Mrs. Meyers, Mrs. Casey, Mahoney. Saint Mary’s. Mrs. D. N Mooney, Mrs. M. Keyes, and I Plnldronlt T.kln 1W i.o IT-11.. DIED, It becomes our melancholy duty tl to our readers ihe death of Professt Walter, who departed this life morning, 9th iust, in Philadelphia. The deceased w’as a native of I many years, been a resident of that ( of his demise held the oliice of ScCi Consul. In the literary world, Mr. Walter known by his writings and compil bear the murks of genius and lean in merit, llis “Life of Mary, Queen o Thomas More,” and the “Beauties < are suflicient of themselves to gain and a distinguished place among the ters of t...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846
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Source: Boston College
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

Roche, brothers & M ENTS FOR 1S 4 « Ret *<W,'e to and from Great Britain and RaU, or Old Line of Liverpool Fackt York and Liverpool on the l.«/ and And by First Class American Snips, Persons Betiding to the “Old Couu can make the necessary urruugemeul and have them brought out in any of prising the Black Bali, or Old Line (sailing from Liverpool oil the lat am ulso by First Class Ships, sailing 1 which our Agents, Messrs. Jam there will see are sent out without tl Should those sent for not come oui funded without any deduction. The Black Bail, or Old Line of Lit Erise the following magnificent shit .ivernol on their regular appointed The FIDELIA, on Ist Jan. EUfoi'K, loth “ NEW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICAN, loth “ YORKSHIRE, Ist Mar. CAMBRIDGE, loth “ OXFORD, Ist April. MONTEZUMA, loth “ Notice. It is well known that J the very best conveyance for pens friends, and as other Passenger Ag out passengers by that Line, the Pub tiffed by order of the OWNERS tha but ROCI...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 October 1846

M. M r*VAPSCOTT’S GENERAL J JL FWES, 7 5 South street, cor New York, and 96 Waterloo Road, merits for 1846. In calling atten incuts lor 1846, the subscribers cut pleasure they feel in arkhowledgiug cess they Imve met with during the assure their friends and the public of Canada, that the same untiring Indus lion to the comfort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the gained for their llouse such wide spri their constant study to sustain, The subscribers are Agents consists of the nit pool Packets, viz: Qijeen of the West, (new , 12: P. fVoodhouse, sails from New York slept 2lst; from Liverpool, March title Sheridan, non tons, Copt. G. B. C< Jan 20th, May 2titli, Sept 2titli; from L July llth, Nov llth. Rochester, 1(100 tons, Capt. John York Feb 21st, June 21st, Oct gist; ti tith, Aug tith, Dec tith. Garrick, lluo tons, Capt. B. J. 11. Feb gtith, June Jtith, Oct 20th; from L Aug llth, Dec llth. : IxOTTiNQUhR, Hid tons, Capt. Ira h March 21st, July 21st, Nov ...

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