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Oregon Missions, No. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

Oregon Missions, No. IX. Fort dcs Montague*, Oct. 20th., 1545. Monseigneur —A band of about twenty Creeks, encamped near the Fort, came to shake bands cordially with me, on my arrival. The joy my presence seemed to occasion them, proved to me that I was not the first priest they had ever seen. Moreover, the greater number wore medals and crosses. They informed me that they too, had been so fortunate as to have a Black-Gown, (the Ilev. Mr. Thibault) who had taught them to know and serve the Great Spirit —and baptised all their little children, with the exception of three, who were absent on the occasion. These were brought me—] administered baptism to then), and at the same time to one of my guides, a Roctenais. During their stay at the Fort, I gave them instructions every evening. Two Creeks of the same band and family, father and son, had been killed in a quarrel two years since. The presence of the offending party for the first time since the perpetration of the murder, rekindled ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

T. HARAHAN respcctfubinforms his (Herd* mid the pu lie, that he has taken the store No. 151 Harrison Avenue, lately occupied by H. S. Wright, where may be found a general assortment of GROCERIES, at the lowest cash prices. o3l—tf CROTON ALE. THOMAS FITZPATRICK Dedham street, informs the inhabitants of Poston that he has been appointed Agent for the New York Cro ton Fountain Ale, u splendid article, which will be dis els or hall barrels, wholesale and retail, and posed ofiii barrel.... ................................u delivered in any part of the city free of expense. It is a good article for bottling. tl Jan3.i A RARE CHANCE. The Subscriber of lers for Sale his stock of Cows, Horse, Wagons, •Farming Tools, and everything necessary lor carrying on the Milk Business. There are 27 Cows, mostly of his own raising, and are considered a very extra stock. Also, about 12 tons Hay. Any one wishing such an opportunity will please call on the subscriber for further particulars. 017 WM. RIDDI....

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

Groceries and provisions, tent & BAIRD, Nos. 5)3 niul 95 Essex street, beg to in* form their friends and former patrons, that having refilled their old stand, recently destroyed by fire, they can now of lbr for sale an entire new slock of Goods, at Gash Prices obe sent free of expense to any part nl the city. Jnn WALTER -I. WALSH, COUNSELLOR* ATTORNEY AT LaW. Office, Court Square West side of the Court House. Jan'J Timothy xoonan. sexton ofSouth bos ton Burial Ground, has Removed to Fourth sire et between C and I) streets, South Boston tf Jan3 Furniture notice, james quigley has removed from 34 Milk street, to the corner o, Beach and Washington streets, in the building formerly occupied by the Washington Bank, and nearly opposite oylston Market tf Jan 3 THOSE who want to purchase Hats and Caps vroul do well to call at P. & W. MURRAY’S Hat and Cad Factory, No 4 8 Ann Street, opposite Merchants’Row Boston. . Jan 3 JM’CRACKIN, LICENTIATE APOTIIE • CARY, lately f...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

Notices of this kind inserted four times for $1 INFORMATION WANTED, Of ELIZA BETTS, otherwise MRS. McDONALD, a native ol Abboyle, Queen's county. Stie lived with her husband in I till lliver, lour yearn Hgo, ami then came to Uestou. Her huabaiiu went to St. John, A.ls,ai.u hit her. Iwo year, ago she lived in a lamily at Newton toper r ails, Ms. Any person knowing any thing ol her will pltuse write to her daughter, Margaret, or brother, Benjamin Betty, (.who arrived herelrrn. Inlm oi.effected in ohre ol Mioliaol Highland, rear of 32 Pleasant street, Boston, Ms. n7—itl Dl MAURICE DINEEN, native of county Limerick, parish of Kilflimuri, who sailed from Cork about 6 yours ago, ami when last heard of, (about 4 years ago', he resided m Rome, N.Y. Any information respecting him w ill be thankfully received by his brother, Robert, addressed to him in care ol Mr. John Collina, 33 South Main street, 1-all River, Ms. ~1 ’ Ol TIMOTHY CLEARY, son to David Cleary, native ol co. Cork, parish ol Ba...

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Correspondence. REPEAL IN BALTIMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

Correspondence. REPEAL IN BALTIMORE. To the Editor a f the Boston Pilot: Sir, —On Tuesday, the 13th ult., I went to an adjourned meeting of the Baltimore Repeal Association. In the absence of the President, Col. James L. Maguire, on motion of Mr. McLaughlin, Philip C. Frieze, Esq, was called to the chair, who in a few words expressed to the Society his sense of the honor done him. But I will not give the remarks of Mr. Frieze, as 1 commenced to write, not for the purpose of reporting all the proceedings of the meeting, but for the purpose of sending you a copy of the address prepared by the committee appointed at the July meeting to prepare an address to the public; therefore I will give you the address. After the greater part of the business had been got through with, Mr. Frieze was moved frbm the chair for the purpose of reporting the address,and Mr. Thomas Clarke, vice-president, moved thereto, when Mr. Frieze read the following report, viz: “The committee appointed by the Baltim...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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MEMOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

MEMOIR. Translated from Le Propagateur Catholique. VVe have promised to give a notice of the respectable Sister de St. Etienne, whose loss, the community of Ursulines just now deplore. Such hommage to the merit, and the virtues of that devoted lady may soften the regrets of those who knew how to appreciate them. Sister de St. Etienne, called in the world Mademoiselle Marie Pdlagie Morin, was born at Qubec, June 5, 1793. Opening her mind to the inspirations of grace at an early age, and quitting the world before she knew its dangers, she entered the community of Ursulines of Quebec, July 4, 1309, at the age of sixteen, and made profession, after the ordinary time of trial, October 3, 1811. Though still young she distinguished herself much by the practice of all the virtues of a religious life; and she had already filled many considerable employments in her community when, in 1822, Mgr. Dubourg, Bishop of New Orleans, wrote to Mgr. Plessis, Bishop of Quebec, requesting that some indiv...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE END OF THE CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

THE END OF THE CONTROVERSY. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1846, Our readers have seen that in our last we noticed an intention to admit no more new matter into our columns upon the Old and loung Ireland controversy. We think it must be conceded that we have given a fair opportunity to both parties to recommend their views to public attention. To that party whose sentiments are contrary to our own we have studied to show, if anything, more than fair play; not one of their comlnunications has been rejected, while more than one from the Old Ireland side have; and in our reports, we have given the observations and arguments of Young Ireland speakers with scrupulous fidelity, and, at the same time, in the most favorable form. Certainly, that party ought not to complain, as one of our correspondents does, of their being “almost voiceless.” Our own remarks upon the subject were contained in three consecucutive articles, extending in all to about seven columns; if printed as close as our...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATON. The Association held its regular meeting on Monday evening, 2d inst. The President made some remarks exhorting the members to continued and increased exertion. The whole world was interested in the agitation; for it was on behalf of constitutional liberty. The contributions of the Association hitherto had been considerable. Boston had the honor of contributing a sixty-fourth part of the pecuniary support given to Repeal by the whole world. He thought that, considering the relation in point of numbers, the proportion was very large. He would even venture to say that this Association had contributed more than any body in Ireland of the same size, more in proportion to its numbers than Dublin itself. It was desirable to continue that support. If only the ordinary exertions were made, which had hitherto characterized the society, he hoped to send fifty pounds to Ireland by the first of January; and in his last communication to Mr. O’Connell he had said that it ...

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A PROTESTANT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

A PROTESTANT COUNCIL Translated for the Pilot. The famous synod of Berlin opened on June 1 ; and having been announced with so much emphasis to be the general council of German Protestantism, straightway began to worlt in its own manner. It has resolved the vexed question of symbols in such a style as really to resolve nothing ; and with the intent to please every body, has pleased nobody, the surest way in the world to do so. A considerable majority has rejected the oath proposed for candidates for ordination in reference to both the symbols and confessional writings, that is to say, the confessions of faith, and the other works of the first reformers and their successors. It is to be left to the convictions of each individual to accept them, either in whole or in part, as the groundwork of their teaching. On the other hand, by way of compensation for that latitude, all controversy against the symbols shall be forbidden to Protestant clergv. Each shall be free to think and believe ...

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For the Pliot. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

For the Pliot. BY DOCTOR STEPHENSON. Pip*.! do Irishmen, for ever, repudiate the sword? Oh, no my Son, l>v Heaven ! ns yet, our shame Is not so deep—that we most basely yield The glorious privilege—to march to fume— With sword in hand—when forced to seek the field; Tis holy in the hand of him who longs, To win his rights and to avenge his wrongs. The sword ! who would despise it, for it flings A radiance o’er the earth, from pole to pole, Which lights to freedom ; tin the scourge of kings, And flashes terror on the tyrant’s soul : When fails our moral force, but not till then, Tis the only hope of bonded men. The sword ! the glorious sword ! oh, by its power Columbia nobly from her bosom hurl’d The royal tyrant’s rod—and from that hour Grew up the pride and glory of the world. Ah ! did she then repudiate the sword, She still were menial at the royal board. My Son, I charge thee, never slight the sword, And never, never cede the glorious right To have it till “ Green Erin”...

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JESSE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

JESSE AGAIN. Jesse is coming out with more of his notions every day. He the editor of the Pilot is a Jesuit: we reckon Jesse himself, is an odd fellow. He thinks that to put an ad valorem duty on the Irish, would be making too much of them: they might prove too much for him, if he were levying the duty, because after he had counted ten on his ten fingers, there would be more corning, and Jesse would be at a dead lock in his numeration. He says that emigrants, before they come here, are worth nothing in their own country; and the native boys of Charlestown say that Jesse is a living proof of that himself, by the rate at which he was valued in Canada before he emigrated.

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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

ITEMS. A correspondent of the Washington Union, in reply to the invitation of that paper, gives some facts in regard to the history of Gen. Kearney, the officer who has so promptly conducted the expedition against Santa Fe. The General was a student of Columbia College, N.Y., and was ahout to graduate at that institution, when his feelings became enlisted by the war which had just been declared against Great Britain, and he entered the Army as Lieutenant ol Infantry. Gen. Kearney was in the battle of Queenstown, where he was taken prisoner. He does not seem to have had much opportunity, till the present war, of exhibiting his military genius. His age is now about 52. He is represented as a chivalrous soldier and gentleman. With the exception that the Government in Canada is English almost every thing else is American. American contractors to complete their canals; American speculators to purchase their stocks, their flour, their fruit,—while we in return supply all their wants, whic...

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PEMBROKE, ME. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

PEMBROKE, ME. Sunday, 25th ult., Rev. Mr Boyce, of Eastport, was invited to lecture in the large schoolhouse in this town. The house was brilliantly lighted up ; and great interest was manifested on the occasion by the respectuble inhabitants. But before 7 P.M, the hour appointed, the place was filled, and a large crowd was collected without unable to gain admission. In this difficulty, the selectmen of the town proposed to obtain the key of the Union meeting house ; and, as no person anticipated a refusal, the whole assembly adjourned to that place. In the meantime, the selectmen applied to the gentleman who kept the key, a large share-holder in the church, for permission to occupy the house. That gentleman declined to lend the key: he did not wish, he said, that the religious opinions of the inhabitants should be unsettled by the preaching of Romish Priests. It is understood that he was supported in his refusal by a few persons who thought with him on that point, perhaps fourteen ...

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THE CATHEDRAL OF ARDAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

THE CATHEDRAL OF ARDAGH. It will be remembered that, some time ago, a deputation arrived in this country from the diocese of Ardagh, Ireland, to obtain contributions from the friends of religion in America for the new Cathedral there. The Catholics of Boston, in particular, remember it, from the melancholy circumstance that, when his labors were almost completed, one of that deputation, Rev. Mr. Davys, was called to his reward at almost a moment’s warning. After that lamented event, the other gentleman, Rev. Mr. Dense, purposed to finish his efrorts on behalf of the Cathedral at once, and return to Ireland. However, his purpose was altered by a letter from his Bishop, Right Rev. Dr. Higgins. That venerated Prelate warmly expressed his approval of the labors of Mr. Dease, and his gratitude for their success, and strongly advised and reque»*d him to continue them for some tiipe longer, on account of the peculiar circumstances of the diocese of Ardagh. Mr. Dease has, in consequence, be...

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IMAGINATIVE DULLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 November 1846

IMAGINATIVE DULLNESS. A correspondent of the New York Freeman's Journal , last week, amused us with an exhibition of strange qualities. He displays the curious compound of a lively and wild fancy, and deep ignorance and stupidity in the same writer. His purpose is to suggest that our friend J. 8., whose signature has been familiar to the readers of the Pilot for nearly a year, is nothing else hut a dark, and deadly conspirator in Dublin, who has sent a letter across the Atlantic by some secret conveyance, and got it inserted in the organ of the Boston Repealers, that it might go back to Ireland, und pass oft’ as the voice of Repeal in America. This wiseacre writes over the signature, F. C; he ought to call himself Esop or La Fontaine. When we assure the public that the suggestions of F. C. are unfounded and absurd, w'e think we may add that the paper in which they appear as a leading article, headed by an editorial commendation, looks rather foolish. That paper assured the public, s...

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

NOTICES OF BOOKS. Part 19 of Butler’s Lives of the Saints, Sadlier’s edition, is out in the usual style of elegance and correctness, and adorned with a well engraved portrait of St. John Chrysostom. The United States Catholic Magazine for November, contains a good variety of interesting and original matter. New Church. We learn from the Catholic Advocate that on the 4th of October a large concourse of people assembled to assist at the dedication of the new Catholic Church at Mount Washington, Ky.which was opened on that day for divine service under the patronage of the glorious apostle of the Indies, St. Francis Xavier. Who are friends of the country in time of Danger? The U. S. steamship of Massachusetts went to sea from N. York on the 231 h ult., with troops for the Mexican army, which she will land at Brazos. They number 580, and the majority of them are Irish and German. These are the men that bastard navtivism would deprive of the rights of citzenship. A Benedictine Monastery i...

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

Philadelphia. Our active Agent Timothy Lynch, has removed to No. 9, South Eight St., (between market and Chesnut) where he has opened a bookstore, and offers for sale an extensive assortment of Catholic and Miscellaneous books, at very moderate prices. We would advise our friends to give him a call. 6»\ The Fair closed on Saturday evening. The amount received was twenty-six hundred dollars. There is no end to the liberality of our people. 1> IE1). to thto elty.oß Wednesday la*t, Mrs. Bridget, wile of Mr. Michael Canny, aged 25 years. She leaves a lkrle circle ol friends to mourn her early death s 1 In this city, on Wednesday, 3d Inst, Ellen, wife of Mr Joha (iuirk, need 5 years. She lived beloved aiid dud lamented. May her goal re-1 in peace u UHa In East C«Miionu*e, on Thursday, Oct. 29, Mrs Anne Cbowe, aged 84 yeani, formerly of St. Andrew*', New Brunswick. She lived to a venerable old age, in the lear and love ot God, and died deeply lamented by a nunierou* circle ot m...

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

Business Qcp THE BOSTON IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED DY ' PATRICK DOM On every Saturday morn ins, ut No Washington Street, Itosto TERMS... .s2.so—if paid with! tile time of subscribing—otherwise $ $1.50 for six months. Four moi C No paper discontinued until all [Q* Letteii not post-paid (except f Released from the Post-office. We publish the following for the be many of whom do not send proper rt Post Office, , To the Post Master at Boston:— Sir—l have this day received 9 the “ Boston Pilot,” with which I he my accounts with the Government, i er an order on you for the amount, w pay on presentation. The following is a convenient fi> (luisite to be sent, simultaneously, to Received 9 for subscriptions from which 1 have deducted one per < self with the amount thus paid to m< the Government. The Post Masti the same to the Publisher, on the pri ceipt properly endorsed. Brooklyn. James McLaughlir friends, and those who wish to subsc Pilot that he resides at t...

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