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Irish Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

Irish Parliament. The following is a portion of the proceedings of this patriotic body on the 22d of December: — The Liberator. The last day of meeting here the Association appointed an election and franchise committee, and I am ready now, as chairman of that committee, to bring up the first report: —• “Loyal National Repeal Association, “Corn-Exchange Rooms, Dublin, “Thursday, 18th Dec., 1846. “first report of the franchise and ELECTION COMMITTEE OF THE LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND. “Your Committee, after a careful consideration of all the circumstances of the present crisis, have agreed to the following resolutions, which they beg leave to present as their first report, and to recommend for adoption,at the next meeting of the Repeal Association:— “First—That it is the imperative and sacred duty of the constituencies of Ireland to return as representatives none but Repeal members of this Association at the ensuing elections. “Second—That every constituency that shal...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE REVOLUTION IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

THE REVOLUTION IN MEXICO. News from Vera Cruz of the 12th ami from the city of Mexico of the Bth January has come to hand via New Orleans. It confirms the success of the movement of Paredes, who entered the capital on the 2d in triumph, and Herrera seems peaceably to have transferred his power to the new puppet. On the same day Paredes convened a junta of officers of the army, and an informal constitution was adopted. On the 3d a junta of nobles, two from each department, named by Paredes for the purpose, Santa Anna’s minister, Tornel presiding and Almonte secretary, elected him President till the meeting of the extraordinary congress to be convoked in eight days. The friends of Hererra contended that Paredes ought to take an oath to go to war with the United States, but this was voted down, on the ground that it would be a declaration of war, and the assembly had no power to declare war! Paredes was sworn in on the 4th, making a grand inaugural address, but without alluding to the ...

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

SOUTH AMERICA. Real war in South America—lmportant from Brazil and the River Plate ! By the arrival at Baltimore of the brig Argyle, from Rio Janeiro, whence she sailed on the 18th December, and the brig Saldana, also from the same place, having sailed on the 20th December, the American has advices of an important character. It will be seen by the annexed letters that the combined forces of the English and French had achieved a victory over the Argentine troops, and captured the forts at the mouth of the river Parana: Rio de Janeiro, Dec. 17 th, 1845. The all-absorbing topic of ths day is the late tremendous engagement between the Anglo allied forces at the River Plate, and some of Rosas batteries at the mouth of the River Parana. On the part of the English and French the victory was complete indeed ; not however, without serious losses as regards life, and property in the way of shipping. The English brig of war Dolphin alone received 107 round shot in her hull and rigging during t...

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Congressional HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NATURALIZATION LAWS-NATIVISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

Congressional HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NATURALIZATION LAWS-NATIVISM. Wednesday, Dec. 30. The Speaker announced the order of the day—the resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Massachusetts for such amendments to the naturalization laws as will protect the ballot-box and the elective franchise from abuses and frauds. The pending questions were: first) on a motion of Mr. Levin to refer the resolutions to a select committee, with instructions to inquire whether any, and what, alterations are required in the existing naturalization laws; and, second , a motion made by Mr. Brodhead, that they be referred to the Standing Committee on the Judiciary. Mr Henley said he wished to introduce a resolution appointing a time at which the debate on the subject should terminate. Mr. Douglass said the House could at any time close the debate by the previous question, or the adoption of such a resolution as the gentleman from Indiana wished now to introduce, and which he could move herea...

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DONALL THE HERO. A TALE OF THE O’KIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

DONALL THE HERO. A TALE OF THE O’KIEF. E.W. The sept ofO’Kief were possessors of the fair territory of Fermoy till the arrival of the Anglo-Normans, when that brave clan were driven forth by the superior power of the Condons and Flemings. The leader of the expelled tribe was Donall O’Kief; or, as he is named in the traditions of the people, Domhnall Gaisgeach , or the Hero. He led his people in search of anew settlement along the banks of the Blackwater, towards its source, when as the evening was wearing late, he saw, on the opposite side of the river v the tower of Dromagh Castle, and sent' over one of his followers to demand shelter there for a single night. This request being refused,O’Kiefchallengcd the owner of the castle to single combat, and slew him within his own gate. O’Kief afterwards married the widow of him he had stain, and took possession of the wide country to the border of the western Ariglin.— The castles of this powerful sept were, Dromagh, Druimsichane, and Duar...

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“THE NIGHT WAS STILL.” [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

“THE NIGHT WAS STILL.” BY J. J. CALLANAN. Jlir “ Kitty Scot I.” The night was still, the air was balm Soft clews around were weeping ; No whisper rose o’er ocean’s calm, Its waves in light were sleeping ; With Mary on the beach I strayed, The stars beam’d joy above me ; 1 prest her hand, and said, “ sweet maid \ Oh ! tell me do you love me ?” With modest air she drooped her head, Her cheek of beauty veiling ; Her bosom heav’d—no word she said ; I mark’d her strife of feeling ; u Oh speak my doom, dear maid,” I cried, “ By yon bright heaven above thee ilie gently raised her eyes, and sighed, “ Too well you know 1 love thee.”

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

Items. . The Steamship Hibernia, Capt. Ryrie, left on Sunday afternoon for Liverpool, with 71 passengers; six of whom stop at Halifax, where berths for twenty-five more have been taken up, making 90 to Liverpool, Her mail was very large. A young man named Noble went down the river a fishing in a smack near Baltimore, and having anchored, was suddenly attacked by virulent small pox; and his companions left him but his brother-in-law, from whom he escaped in his frenzy, plunged into the river, and perished. About 20,000 hogs have been slaughtered at St. Louis the present season, and at least 10,000 more are to come in—price, 3| a cts. per lb.—market good. 1,500 beef cattle have been slaughtered—heavy cattle are worth 2$ a 2| cts. per lb. On the 21st ultimo, whilst a locomotive with five freight cars and twenty-five men on board, were crossing Oothcalaga bridge, near Cassville, Geo., tne bridge gave way, precipating cars, passengers and all into the stream below, in one general mass.— ...

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MASSACHUSETTS AND MARYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

MASSACHUSETTS AND MARYLAND. The following resolution was offered by Mr. Berry in the Legislature of Maryland, and was passed without one dissenting voice: “ Resolved, That in the sense of this House, any distinction between the native and naturalized citizens in therexercise oftheir constitutional rights or privileges, is invidious and inexpedient, and in direct hostility to the general PRINCIPLES OF LIBERTY AND EQUAL RIGHTS, and this said order he referred to the committee on grievances, and courts of justice as instructions to that comni'ttee, in all cases to which it may apply."—January 2nd, 1846. Thus it appears that Maryland is ahead again of Massachusetts. Those who colonized Massachusetts refused to grant freedom of worship, those who colonized Maryland, gave it to all without distinction. The property destroyed by mobs in Massachusetts was never paid for; in Maryland the sufferers from mob violence were fully indemnified. Massachusetts applies for a revision of the naturaliz...

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DECLINE OF PROTESTANTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

DECLINE OF PROTESTANTISM. We copy the following statement from the last Olive Branch: — ' Low State of Rei-igion. We have seen numerous accounts of the falling oft' in the number of members in various evangelical denominations the past year—such as the Episcopal Methodists, Orthodox, Congregationalists, F. W. Baptists, See.; and we have seen statements accounting for this decrease, not from the fact that there had been few or no revivals, but from a strict application of Church discipline by which the Churches had been Eruned, and by exciting questions, which ad caused many to withdraw their church connection. These reasons may be correct to an extent, for aught we know to the contrary, but it is not all the truth. We have just cast our eye over the pub- lished reports of several of the Baptist State Convention, which clearly show that in that sect there have not actually been revivals enough to average more than one convert to a church. The report of the State of New Hampshire show...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

DR. MIGNAUEiT has removed to No. 39 Fede, ral Street: Jan 3 iio.wtDEits accommodated on reaso.ia.ble termsat WILLIAM KYAN’S, No. lOHamiliuii street, boston. tl Jan 3 WAI/i'Ert. J. VVAESLI, COUNSELLOR & ATTORNEY AT LAW. Omen, Court Square, Vv est side of the Court House. Jan 3 PtR.V Li u K E NOTICE. JAMES QU IGLEY lias removed from 34 Milk street, to the corner ol oeach and W ushington streets, in the building formerly occupied by the Washington bank, and nearly opposite boylston Market. If dan 3 D<i. li. tV ilii'L, late of Dublin, No. 4b Atkinson Street, boston, formerly residence ol the late Hr. Kearney. Hours of attendance, front 7 to 9 A. M., 1 to 3 noon, to 11 I*. M. Jan 3 TVk HAIRING. H. McCONVELL would Inform hi s - friends auu aciiuaintances, that he lias commenced business at No. 44 Congress St., where he will be happy to accommodate tlio.se who may teel disposed to patronize him. Jan 3 F.AUKENCE Sc SHARKEY. DRUGGISTS MS A NT) APOTHECARIES, corner of B...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

Notices of this kind, inserted four times for $l. INFORMATION WANTED, Of FRANCIS M. REYNOLDS, formerly of the parish ofKiltulbrid, co. Leitrim, who lauded in New York about 14 years ago. When last heard trom (about 2 months ago) he was iu Chelsea, Ms. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, William Reynolds, Jonesville, Templeton P. 0., Ms. Ueb7 4tH Of MAURICE FLYNN. When last heard from he was employed at morocco-dressing in Milton, Ms. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by Thomas Gallagher, Detroit, Mich. Jan 31 Oi GEORGE CALLAnAN, a native of Strabeeley, co. Waterford. When lust hearu from (1837 was in Ilt.dson, N.Y. Ills brother, Jeffrey Callahan, who resided in SpringHeld, Ms, departed this lilb January u, H>46. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received, by addressing Martin Callahan, Springfield, Ms. Jan 31 41 2 Of JAMES McCAKTY, a native of co. Cork, who left his mother iu Cumberland, Md, i...

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Foreign A HOLY ALLIANCE OF SOVEREIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

Foreign A HOLY ALLIANCE OF SOVEREIGNS. A good understanding (or entente cordiale) between robbers, bodes ill to honest i travellers. When the great powers of Europe are congratulating one another upon “profound peace” and friendly relations, we may be very sure that some horrible atrocity is going forward, and that cruel wars are raging in some part of the globe. Lou ; is Phielippe has just opened the French Chambers with a most conciliatory and benevolent speech. He “trusts that the policy which maintained a general peace amidst so many storms will one day confer honor on the memory of his reign.” More especially he prides himself by reason of “the friendship which unites him with the Queen of Great Britain, of which she so affectionately gave him a proof.” And the affectionate Queen, in about another fortnight, will be delighting her own Parliament with similar benignant language; will tell them of the “assurances of friendly relations, she has received, the entire confidence whic...

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RIO DE JANEIRO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

RIO DE JANEIRO. Awful, yet Merciful Chastisement of God. August 16, 1845. On the 20th of last month (July) about the hour of twelve o’clock, a painter employed in the Church of the Holy Cross, in this city, named Augustus Frederick Correia d’Alinaida, a native of the Azores, gave vent to his want of religion, and in the presence of his companions, who also worked in the' same church, insulted with mockery and blasphemous expressions a large image representing the Redeemer dead, which lay extended upon an altar in the consistory. The unhappy author of this sacrilegious conduct had scarcely uttered his last insult, when he was instantly struck to the ground in a state of frightful stupefaction, change of countenance, and having his tongue stiffly protruded through his fixedly open mouth, to the great terror and consternation of his companions, who had with more grace just the moment before rebuked his impiety. But after some time, returning to himself, he resumed his duty, and commenc...

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GONE TO ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

GONE TO ROME. A short time since, (observes the Catholic Herald) we were told that the influence of the “German movement” had reached Cincinnati, and was likely to sunder the Catholic Germans of that place, as large numbers were about to declare in favor of the “friends of light.” It would seem that some local disagreement had occurred among them. The matter was quickly trumpeted throughout the length and breadth of the land by our opponents, but still, a flame could not be kindled—nothing but a little smoke came forth. A brief period has elapsed, and the tide of sentiment is receding. If any movement is in progress among the Germans of Cincinnati, it is of a different character, as the following extract from the Telegraph indicates : Conversion. The Pastor of one of the German Lutheran churches in this city, Rev. Mr. Straeder, bade farewell to his congregation and Protestantism on last Sunday. He had been sent out to this country by an Evangelical Missionary Society of Berlin. He i...

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

Correspondence. Progress of the Church—Encouragement to Emigrants — Oregon, fyc. Chicago, January 16th, 1846. Mr. Donuhoe—Dear Sir. There is much in our infant city and surrounding country that deserves more than the passing thought of yours; much to attract your attention, to excite your admiration and astonishment; how a city of such magnitude has sprung into existence. Where but a few years ago, was only the hunting and fishing ground of the Indian. It affords now the greatest advantages for the investment of capital, the encouragement of enterprize, the inducement of your surplus population. Chicago now numbers over 12,000 inhabitants, nearly 5,000 of whom are Catholics. The large cathedral is neatly finished, and is by far too small for the accommodation of the congregation. The building of another church by next summer is in contemplation. “ St. Mary’s College of the Lake ” is calculated to accommodate 200 Students, and is now fast advancing to completion under the auspices of...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

Startling Announcement. The last Quincy Patriot says: —Satan has a rail road running directly into his dominions. A rum bottle is the engine, and rum is the “ steam ” that drives it right ahead, a thousand miles per hour. Immense number of passengers are taken.

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THE POSITION AND PROSPECTS OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

THE POSITION AND PROSPECTS OF THE UNION. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1846. The fortune of nations, like the constitution of individuals, passes through periods of climacteric , which politicians call crises. On these critical periods depend Empire or slavery, prosperity or ruin ; and through one of these the American Union is passing now. The period foreshadowed by old statesmen when they provided maxims for times to come, when Washington admonished the children’s children of his people to beware of Foreign influence, when Monroe expressed his far reaching views against European colonization that period has arrived. The Union, by her liberal encouragement A* emigration, has beaten her European rivals in the art of colonizing, and swelled into sufficient size and strength to take her place among the arbiters of the world. Will the great powers of Europe permit her quietly to take her position as the leading nation of America, the Moderator of those fierce Democracies whose chaot...

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SONG. AIR-BEGONE DOLL CARE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 7 February 1846

SONG. AIR-BEGONE DOLL CARE. CAROL MALONE. Rise, Emerald Isle ! The nations are waiting for thee, Rise, weeping Isle ! And shiver thy chains, and be free. A voice in the skies Cries “ Erin ! arise, “ A Queen in thy beauty to be ; “Arise, with pearly smile, “ And shine in the foam of the sea.” Rise, Emerald Isle ! Thy foes are all fleeting away ; Lift thy head, and smile Back to the breaking day The night has fled ; The East is red ; And the Heavens are streaked with grey; Thou shalt glitter, Green Isle ! In the light of the coming day. Thou shalt war, and reign, In armour brought down from the sky ; It taketh not rust, or stain ; It was tempered in glory on high : In bloodless fight, The soul’s true might The nations have, yet to try, As cherubim won that plain, Where cherubim warred on high. First, in the field, Erin ! thou shalt be, With stainless sword and shield. That none may blush to see. The king of thy souls His people controls; A monarch of mind is he, The sceptre of speech ...

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