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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

SCHOOL. FOK FEMALI to direction of tlie Boston Associal Adults, this School for Females is in continue every Tuesday, Thursday, a in the Ward Room, under the Boylsi Fort jlill, unrdethe charge ol the i year. Heads of families will render a st he a hove to their domestics. CARRIAGE OH N OUNNI . -- - . -t*hon.f< Street, Orders lett at Donahoe’s Cathol Spring Lane, will be promptly alien cheap: cheap: stoves cheap! stoves STOVES CHEAPES 5001 STOVES: moii (probably' less'. A. New St Terms—Cash Dawn on t The subscriber contemplating a cli business, has concluded to tern ovi offers his very extensive assortment Odice and Shop Stoves, .being the la to be found in the street , at a grea mer prices. This stock has been selei and those in want of a first rate artic market price will do well te call at t STOVE I>EP< Nos. 42 AND 44 Concri Don’t forget the motto,—“Cheap f o!7—6m L. S'. T. HAI , ■ - ~m informs iii I c b»5 lie, that h No. 151 lately occupied bv H. ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

Groceries and provisions, tent A HAIR]), Nos. 93 and 95 Essex Streetj beg to i*. form their friends end former patrons, that having refitlti their old stand, recently destroyed by fire, they can now of (fer for sale an entire new stock of Goods, at Cash Prices obe sent free of expense to any part ol the city, Jan Walter .1. walsh, counsellor & ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Courtßquare West side of the Court House. Jan'J Timotiiv noonan. seX'ton ofsmith bok ton Burial Ground, h:»H Removed to Fourth stre el between C and I) streets, South Boston • tf Jan 3 F* URNITURE NOTICE. JAMES QUIGLEY has removed from 34 Milk street, to the corner o, Beach and Washington streets, in the building ftirmerly occupied by the Washington Bank, and nearly opposite oylston Market tf Jan 3 THOSE who want to purchase Hats and Caps woul do well to cull at P. & W. MURRAY’S Hat and Cad Factory, No 4 8 Ann tytreet, opposite Merchants’ Row Boston. Jan 3 JM’CRACKIX, LICENTIATE APOTtiE • CARY ,...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

D'otice.i of insertcdfoi INFORMATION W Of DAVIT) FITZGERALD, wh Skull, co. Cork, in April, ls4J. Any his wife, Elizabeth will 1 Address Tier, care of Cornelius Drisci Boston, iMs. of james McDonnell, of Hat who was for several years employed i on the Grand Canal, between Dublin He came to America in July, 1843, the “Great Britain” steamship, on 1 Liverpool to New York. Alter renia New York, lie sailed for New Orlci posed he now is. The object of this inform him, that his wife, Eliza Hi van, with her two children, arrived ad of February last, since when she tidings of her husband. Any person said James McDonnell, will relieve t tressed wile and children, by addrt McDonnell, 39 Canal street, Albany, leans papers will render a (treat ser family, by giving the above an inserti Of EDWARD KELLY, native of] heard from, was in St. Louis, Mo, (a Any information respecting him wi ceived by his sisters, Catherine and U to them in care of Mr. Hugh Duffy, Bostou, Ms. OIJuSKPH DONOVAN, nativeo Go...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Arrival of the Britannia. 16 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

Arrival of the Britannia. 16 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. The Roval Mail Steamer Britannia arrived at this port Saturday rooming at 5£ o’cloch , after a passage of 17 jdays. The Britannia has 92 passengers, among them are a number of grain speculators from all parts of Europe, even from the shores of the Black Sea. The Cambria arrived at Liverpool on the 14th ult. in 13£ days from this port. Storms of unparalelled fury have raged in all parts of the globe. At sea an immense amount of property has been swallowed up, aud several lives have fallen a prey to the destructive results of the raging elements. The lists of marine disasters occupy columns of the English papers. The Britannia’s news is of considerable importance in a commercial point of view. Cotton has advanced fully J of a penny and flour is firm at the last quotations, with an upward tendency. The Money, like most of the Produce Markets, is in a somewhat depressed state. There is great efforts making to open the ports for the ad...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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STATE OF PARTIES. NO. I. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

STATE OF PARTIES. NO. I. THE PILOT. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1846. That gfeat party which supports the present administration, seems to be getting into a critical position. The current of popularity has turned against them ; how long it may continue advaife, it is hard to say. Several causes are combining 1 to produce this result. First of all, Polk has not courted popularity; he seems to have aimed rather at making the government respectable than secure ; and, of course, the innumerable office-seekers of his party have grown cool and languid with respect to politics. Another reason is: This war, coming on after Texas was annexed, and when there was nothing to fight for, not even glory, was never calculated to be popular; but now, that it is becoming tedious and expensive, it is likely to be a complete drag on the administration. The novelty is over, the excitement of frequent intelligence is growing less and less, as the army penetrates into Mexico; and we are likely to have no more ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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REV. DR. RYDER’S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

REV. DR. RYDER’S LECTURE. The Lecture to the Young Catholics’ Friends, the first of the season, was delivered by Dr, Ryder on Wednesday evening se’ennighti The' subject was the life and character of Bishop Fenwick, and was both suggestive and important. It is not an ordinary biography; it is one that makes part of an interesting portion of history. The progress of the Catholic religion in the United States is a problem, the solution of which is of high and pleasing importance. It cannot be accounted for by popular prejudices, and foregone conclusions in favor of Catholic doctrine, nor by the prevalence of systems tending in that direction. Neither can it be explained, as some have sought*o explain it, by the persecutions its members have endured; for other denominations have withered away under popular aversion. It is generally regarded as the result of extensive emigration. Bpt religion does not always emigrate with its professors. We know districts in Ireland peopled with the desc...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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BLUE LIGHT IN THE AMERICAN EAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

BLUE LIGHT IN THE AMERICAN EAGLE. We have frequently remarked that the spirit and tendency of the native party was the same as that of British Toryism; and that the party had all the marks of a clumsy tool got up to serve the purposes of British statesmen. The Engle, the organ of the faction in Boston, confirmed our remark rather strikingly, the other day. It gives a paragraph from the Liverpool JSlail with unqualified approval, and as an evidence that its own views upon the question of Nativism are identical with those of certain foreigners. Now, the Liverpool Mail is about the head of the provincial Tory press of England; the views of the Natives, then, are those of the Tories. But what are those views? The Mail objects to the naturalization of British subjects here; and why? Why, for this most Tory, and anti-American reason: that the Americans did (at the Revolution) steal the property of the British crown, and now they are stealing its subjects!! So then, the principles of the A...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

ELECTIONS. The election in this State took place on Monday last. There was very little excitement, except among the Nativists, who made several inflammatory attacks at their meetings and through their organ, on the Irish, the Pope, and the Pilot. The Eagle, on Monday morning, published the. biggest lie that ever appeared in its columns; we mean to have it framed, and sent to the American Museum. These appeals had very little effect, however, as the result of the election will show. The Whigs have undoubtedly elected their candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, a large majority of the Legislature, and succeeded in nearly all, if not all, of the Congressional Districts. The Natives cast only 9C6 votes in this city—a decrease of eight hundred and ninety-three votes since last year! In Salem last year they had 417 votes for Governor; this year their candidate had but ninety-eight. Other towns in proportion. 'What better evidence is wanting that the people discountenance the pe...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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The Church. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

The Church. Our foreign files by the Britannia furnish us with interesting Church intelligence. The good work goes on gloriously. We commence with ENGLAND. Conversion of an M.P. and Family to Catholicism. A circumstance has just occurred in the metropolis which is likely to cause some sensation. We Refer to the fact of a w hole family,moving in the upper ranks of life, having simultaneously gone over to the Catholic religion. The head of the family alluded to, has for many years occupied a seat in the Legislature, and is now the member for a borough, which may be seen from the top of St. Paul’s. The Protestantism ot this family was never for a moment suspected, and consequently it is impossible to express the surprise which their conversion to Catholicism has occasioned in the circles in which they move. The theological change was first completed in the minds of two daughters, who, with the zeal of new converts, never ceased until they had brought over their parents and the other me...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

ITEMS. Two Dollars is offered by the war department for each shle bodied recruit brought to the rendezvous, who may be accepted for the U. S. service. The Catholic Orphrns of New Orleans usually meet in the Cemetery to receive the alms of the public, and in no place in the union are the fatherless more charitably attended to than in that much maligned (by hypocrictes) city. The Reverend Calvin Phileo, of Providence, R. 1., was publicly expelled from the Fifth Baptist Church of that city, by the unanimous vote congregation, for the crime of adultery. Hiswhfession, in his own hand writing, was read before the church, and a copy placed upon the records. A card to the above effects appears ih the Providence papers, under date of Oct. 22d, signed by the present pastor and church clerk, and is published to warn the Christian public against tmpos- itioD. An order has passed the City Government making it obligatory for every hack and cab to be lic fused by the marshal, having the owner’s na...

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“F. C.” AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

“F. C.” AGAIN. Some of our readers have been directing our attention to that visionary correspondent of the New York Freeman’s Journal, F. C. He has been making impudent charges against the Pilot, and requiring that its editor should “beg forgiveness, on his bended knees,” of him we suppose. We don’t kuow whether F. C. be a fool or a knave; but of this we assure our friends, that we take'no advice from the Freeman, much less from its correspondents. When we undertook the management of a political paper, we considered ourselves qualified for the task, had we not, our conduct would have been contemptible, and dishonest. But we should be foregoing that just claim, if we allowed ourselves to be guided by the anonymbus correspondents of a feeble, ineffective journal, in a distant city. The state of the case is this : We never did, we never will assail any party, or any individual, without giving them opportunity, so far as we can, to defend themselves. Sometime ago, we expressed our view...

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YOUNG CATHOLICS’ FRIEND SOCIETY. ELEVENTH COURSE OF LECTURES, AT THE MASONIC TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

YOUNG CATHOLICS’ FRIEND SOCIETY. ELEVENTH COURSE OF LECTURES, AT THE MASONIC TEMPLE. The Lecture on Wednesday evening next, will be delivered by O. A. BROWNSON, Esq. Subject—The Protestant Reformation. On each sucretding Wednesday evening, lecturei will be delivered by the following gentlemen: Doc. 2.—Rev. R. A. WILSON. D. D., I’aslor of St. Mary’* Church, Taunton, Me. Dec. 9-Rev. AMBROSE MANAHAN, D. D. Dec. 16—Rev. JAMES O'REILLY, Pastorol St. Mari’s Church, Boston. Dec 23—Rev. M W. GIBSON, Pastor of St. John’s Church, Worcester, Ms. Subject:—“The Catacombs of Rome.” Dec. 30—O. A. BROW NSON. Esq. Jan. 6—Rev TERENCE FITZSIMMONS, Pastor of S.S. Peter and Paul’s Church, South Boston. Jan. 13-Rev. GEORGE F. UASKINS, Pastor of St. John’s Church, Boston. Jau. 20. A few tickets remain unsold, which may be hnd at the door. Single tickets, 25cts. The Doors of the Temple will be opened at 7 o’clock —Lectures to coinmeticu at, 8 o’clock. “J. B’s.” reply fo Dr. Stephenson aHtl Mr. Rosseter, in...

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ANSWER TO THE SHAN VAN VOCTH OF ’46. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

ANSWER TO THE SHAN VAN VOCTH OF ’46. J. G. Forthe Boston Pilot. Oh ! my brother bide yonr time, Says the Shan Van Vocth. Oh ! my brother bide your time, Says the Shan Van Vocth. Oh ! my brother bide youf time, For patience is sublime While rashness is a crinie, Says the Shan Van Vocth. Oh ! my brother wait a while, Says the Shan Van Vocth. . Oh ! my brother wait a while, Says the Shan Van Vocth. Oh ! my brother wait a while Heaven yet will smile Upon our own green isle, ; Says the Shan Van Vocth. There’s a hope for you and me, Says the Shan Van Vocth. There’s a hope for you and me, Says the Bhan Van Vocth. There’s a hope for you and me. For Erin shall be free As the waves on yon blue sea, Says the Shan Van Vocth. My heart's not sorry now, Says the Shan Van Vocth, My heart’s not sorry now, Says the Shan Van Vocth, My heart’s not sorry now, For my sous have made a vow, To wipe slavery from my brow, Says the Shan Van Vocth. I have sons that’s growing old, Says the Shan Van Vocth. I hav...

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NOTICES OF BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. Pauline Seward, a Tale of Real Life, by John D. Bryant, in two volumes. Vol. I. Thf. Golden Book or Humility in Practice. From the French. Revised and published with approbation. A. Brief Explanation of the Ceremonies of tub M\Bs. Published with approbation. Cabinet Library, Ho. 8. The Chapel of the Forest, and Christm al Eve. Tales for Young I’er»oiid, from the German of Canon Schmid. No. 9. Pere Jean, or the Jesuit Missionary, a i ale of the North American Indians, by James McSlierry, Esq. These works are all brought out by J. Mnrphy, Baltimore, the publishor ol the U. S. Catholic Magazine, and of very many of the standard Catholic works read in the United States. They arc got up as elegantly as anything we have seen on this side the Atlantic, and reflect the highest credit on the publisher. The volumes of the Cabinet Library, in particular, are gems, parlor books for children of the handsomest description. Along with these, we have received a set of neat prints,...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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From our Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

From our Correspondent. Milwaukie, Oct. 25, 1846. Mr. Editor —The weather here so far has been very favorable for all kinds of business. Crops are abundant and ready sale. Flour $4.00 per barrel. Freights are high, and vessels scarce. Freight for wheat to Buffalo 28cts per bushel; this is a great drawback on the prices which the farmers ought to receive, and shews the | necessity of investing more capital in vesi sels on the Upper Lakes; one trip at this price, for a vess«l carryiug 8000 bushels, would nearly pay for her. Comment is unnecessary! Our Convention is in session at Madison framing the State Constitution, which will be thoroughly democratic in all its features. The Right Rev. Bishop of Milwaukie has nearly completed a large and splendid brick Church at this place for the German congregation, and will soon commence the erection of a Cathedral that will vie with any in the United States for size, material and finish. Yours truly, R. M. Philadelphia. Our active Agent Timothy...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

Business JDcp THE BOSTON 18 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BV ' PATRICK DONI On every Saturday morning, at No Washington Street, Bostc TERMS... .s2.so—if paid withi the lime of subscribing—otherwise $ *1.50 for six months. Four IC7” No paper discontinued until a] Cf Letter* not post-paid (except t released from the Post-office. Brooklyn. James McLaughlin friends, and those who wish to subsc Pilot that he resides at the corner i •treets. Any person desirous of gel be most punctually attended to, b] and residence at the office as above. We publish the following for the b< many of whom do not send proper n Post Office, , To the Post Master at Boston:— Sir—l have this day received $— the 14 Boston Pilot,” with which I hi my accounts with the Government,: er an order on you lor the amount, w pay on presentation. The following is a convenient fori quisite to be sent, simultancoasly, tc Received S for subscriptions from which I have deducted one per self with the amount thus paid tonu th...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

The number of children born in the United States in a year is about 450,000. It is calculated that only one-half lire to be 2t*years old. A Grand Requiem Mass will be celebrated in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, on Tuesday morning next, at 7 o’clock, in behalf of the Young Catholics’ Friend Society. The members are invited to be present ou the occasion. The Britannia sails on Monday next. The next boat expected here is the Acadia. __J «ft— Boston Almanac. See advertisement on 4th page. Com. Nicholson died at Washington on Monday night. The Olive Branch appeared in anew dress on Saturday. We hope our neighbor will not permit the new types to tell sa many lies about Catholics as he did the old ones. O. A. Brovvnson, Esq., is to lecture before the Mechanic Apprentices Library on Tuesday evening next. Admission free* Concert in the new Church, Roxbury. A concert of sacred music will be given in the new Church, on Sunday, the 22nd of November. Particulars in our next. We understand the...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 November 1846

P_ W. KYRNES & C< • ASM LIVERPOOL EMU B. VV BYRNES & CO., of Livei tnforuiivtf the public of.tlie United S Uuue dispatch a line oltlrst cl unit »Ke\v V oi k, on the Ist, tith, 11th, loth Month} and on the lath aud adth lor the Bth and auth to Boston, and at si tliuore; also to New Orleans during hy any of which line* parties can dn to be brought out without disappoin being the oldest and largest estalilis gcr trade ill Liverpool, and having I of a direct Agency in the United Stat plucing within the power of the trie coming out, the immedlatecorrespoi table estublisunieiit, from whom th toon and tavor towards their relai country. P. W. UYKMES 4c CO. offer mai ■enger* which no other* have attemi munication by their ships front Irel as they have, iuvariably, vessels dt Dublin, Cork, Wnterlord, Belfast i which means emigrants are saved I pease, by being shipped at their ov that of being landed in any of the por which ships trade from Liverpool, oost as...

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