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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 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. VVe would advise our friends to give him a call. H r oonsocket, R. I. Mr. Peter Salmon will be in this place on Saturday. VVe hope all our friends will hold themselves in readiness to settle for the Pilot. He will have a large collection of books. MARKETS. Boston Market—Nov. 17. Flour—' The market was never in a more unsettled state than it lias been to-day. The news by the Acadia has greatly disappointed the expectations of dealers. Grain— The grain market is also a good deal unsettled. Holders are disposed to sell at previous prices. Nov. 18. Flour. The transactions to-day have been at adeccline of i&i of a dollar bbl, and lew buyers for any description. New York—Nov. 17. Produce markets unsettled Genesee Flour nominally...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 November 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 November 1846

P\V. BYRNES & CO.’S •I OR I SBi. I'Ue Subscribei known to the travelling nubile, coat seusers to every part of the Unite America. Tlie public may rest assured thai commodious despatch of passengers not surpassed by any other house ens We have eillcieut, carefltl and re: the important sea-ports in Ireland, v tention and information to passenger lay and disappointment. Our Agent in Bouton is WM, P. M’KAY, ANDREW HARR & SON, I. P. W. BYRNES & CO., 3U Wo The Subscriber having been Agent several years past, continues to seem terms, from the following places, vii Liverpool, Dublin, Derry, Cork, Limerick, Newry, Coleraine, Wexford, He solicits a continued share of tl wishing their friends brought to Ann self to spare no pains to secure ever) Dratls at sight for the accommodt several of the principal towns. Jan 3 WM. P. M'K/ G SUER BOCK’S OENEi ‘ OFFICE, 39 Peck Slip, H mentsfor IS-Hi. The Subscriber his Friends and the Public, that he h above, in conjunc...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 November 1846

PNV. BYRYES & CO • ANI) LIVERPOOL EMIG P. VV. BYRNES Si CO., ofLiver informing the public, of the United Si tinue to dispatch a line of first class l New York, on the Ist, lith, Uth, liitli month; and on the 12th and 06 th for the Uth und 20th to Boston, ami at si tiinore; also to New Orleans during by any of which lines parties can en to be brought out without disappoin being the oldest and largest eslubli* ger trade in Liverpool, and having I of a direct Agency in the L'nited Stal placing within the power of the I'rie coming out, the immediatecorrespoi table establismneut, from whom th Non and favor toward* their relal country. P. W. BYRNES & CO. offer uiai •engers which no others have altemi munication by their ships from lrel as they have, invariably, vessels di Dublin, .Cork, Waterford, Belfast which means emigrants are saved i pense, by being shipped at their ov that ofbeing landed in any of the pot which ships trade from Liverpool, ooat as direct to Ne...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 November 1846

TVAPSCOTT’S GENERAL 1 FICES, 7 .» South street, cori New York, and 96 Waterloo Road, I merits for IS4 6. lit calling at ten incuts tor 1846, the subscribers can pleasure they feel in acknowledging cess they have met with during (Jie i assure their friends and the public of l Canada, that the same untiring in«Lusi tlon to the comfort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the gained for their House such wid»spre their constant study to sustain. The subscribers are Agents consists of the ErtrooL Packets, vir : Uueen ok the West, (new', 12; P. H'oodhouse, sails from New York Sept 2lst; from Liverpool, March 6th Sitkuidan, 110(1 tons, Copt. G. B. Ci Jan 2iilh, May 26th, Sept 26th; from L July llth, Nov 11th. Rochester, 1000 tons, Capt. John York Feb 21st, June 21st, Oct 21st; li 6th, Aug 6th, Dec 6th. Gaiirick, 1100 tons, Capt. B. J. H. Feb 26th, June 26th, Oct 26tli; from L Aug llth, Dec llth. Hotting u er, 1150 tons, Capt. IraE March 21st, July 21st, Nov 2lst; from Stmt 6...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 November 1846

SM&£ S«s£?£ SS&K Arrangements for is 4«. oldest ANI) CHEAPEST PASSAGE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES, corner of Pine and South Streets, Ncv: York. The Subscriber begs leave to call the attention of liia Friends and the Public in general, to the following arrangements for the ye;ir 1846, and for the purpose of bringing out Cabin, Second Cabin, and Steerage Passengers, by the following REGULAR PACKET SHIPS TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL: . , HENRY OLaY, Captain Nye, sails from New York January (i, May 0, September 0; from Liverpool, Feb’y 2}, Juueil, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain Thompson, sails front New Y’ork January 11, May 11, Sept’r 11; front Liverpool, Feb’y 26, Juno to, October 26. , GARRICK, Captain Skiddy, sails front New York Jan’y 96, May 2d, September 2b; from Liverpool, March 11, July 11. November 11. PATRICK HENRY’, Captain Delano, sails from New York Ft-b’y 6, June 6,October (i; from Liverpool,March 21, July 21, November 21. , „ ,_ , VIRGINIAN, Captai...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 November 1846

TEETH INSERTED ON A New principle, and on UNUSUALLY FAVORABLE TERMS 1)R. MORTON, 19 Tremont Rctv, at the former oilice of Wells 4- Morton, would ask attention to one of the most valuable inventions that lias ever been made either in the dental art, or any other wherein personal comfort is bo much concerned. If being a method that is not in general use, and one which enables hint to make a perfect fit, render them useful and ornamental, being subject to none of the dillicullics or objections that usually attend artificial Teeth, such as moving about, cutting the jaws, or to the great mortification of the patient, dropping down and shaking about; lining fully aware of the light upon w hich the mere assertions of the advertiser are justly looked upon at the present crisis, 1 should be very reluctant to come before the public with these stre»ng assertions, were it not Unit I am willing to have my method tested by all whodesiretl, upon such terms as 1 think no person enn make the slighte...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

BOSTON PILOT. PATRICK DONAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT - LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AI.M'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTHS. < OFFICE, I No. 1, Spring Lane. $2.30::::2u CAiroantc. Boston, Satur&ag, 2S, 1-SSII. bolttme 9::3 T o. 55.

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Switzerland. THE DEFENCE OF LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Switzerland. THE DEFENCE OF LUCERNE. The Southern. [Within the Inst two years the city of Lucerne was the theatre of the scenes described in the following ballad. The people of Lucerne having handed over the education of their youth, and the charge of their academic institutions to the Jesuits, the inhabitants of the Protestant cantons of Berne and hfeiifchatcl remonstrated against these appointments, and ultimately marched a powerful force to compel the expulsion of the Jesuits. The people of Lucerne tried the moral force of argument as lone os there teas any good in it; but, though being peaceably disposed, they were resolved to preserve their institutions and freedom, and accordingly drew the sword and used it well. Headed by the ecclesiastics of their canton, they drove the invaders ever their frontier, and have since lived a uuiet life.] Keep watch upon the highest towers, ye burghers of Lucerne, For fast and fierce around you come the warrior band of Berne; Keep watch and ward...

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Correspondence. THE CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Correspondence. THE CONTROVERSY. To the Editor of the Boston Pilot: Sir, — I bow respectfully in acknowledging the honor which J. B. has done me by addressing his last communication to Messrs. Stephenson, Rossiter & Cos. However, in this instance, his kindness has got the advantage of his judgment. I sought to be only an assistant in the “firm,” but he has, I perceive, made me the principal. Be that as it may, 1 beg to assure J. B. that I find the concern going on so prosperously, that I have not as yet had the slightest wish to dissolve the partnership. As I look upon punctuality in keeping our accounts always settled, to be the grand secret of our success, I now hasten to contribute my share in arranging the little matter that is between us and J. 8., and if the capital I command does not enable me to settle the affair entirely to his satisfaction, I calculate with confidence on the support and assistance of my respected colleagues. I am by no means surprised at the to...

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“NEW YORK FREEMAN’S JOURNAL.” [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

“NEW YORK FREEMAN’S JOURNAL.” To the Editor of the Boston Pilot : Mr. Editor: — l have read two letters in the N. Y. Freeman’s Journal, over the signature F. C.; one appeared on the 29th ult.j the other on the 7th inst. They have been evidently intended as a reply to J. B. the much lauded and abused writer of the “Vindication of Mr. Smith O’Brien and the Nation .” Now, whether J. B.’s statements were true or false, 1 will not stop to inquire. But certainly any one with an eye in his head, will see that F. C. has not falsified them; on the contrary, the plain fact is, he has bedevilled both himself and his cause together. He sets out with the avowed intention of defending our illustrious Liberator, and he ends by hitting him on every spot which, according to himself, J. B. had made sore and sensative. I do not come into the quarrel puffing and blowing j to support J. B. He is very well able to ] defend himself, 1 should think; nor will 1 identify myself with the opposite party j eith...

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HOME WITHOUT THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

HOME WITHOUT THE POPE. Separate the Pope, if you can, from the Mamertine Prison'; separate him from the tombs of his predecessors, by means of which he is united with St. Peter, and through St. Peter, with Christ; separate him from the Calessio soaked with the blood of martyrs; separate him from the ruins of the City of the Seven Hills; transport him to the Island of St. Helena or to any other more remote part of the world, still will the Pope assuredly be always a truth, but a truth that after the lapse of a century will require to be proved. Now this diminution of proof would be prejudicial to the proof of the truth of the succession in the seat of St. Peter, and for that reason directly prejudicial to the totality of the Catholic religion; therefore we believe that it would not be in the order of Divine Providence that the Pope should be separated from Rome; and if Providence is opposed to it, the project of opposing him is indeed a useless fancy. It remains for us to examine ano...

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Foreign Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Foreign Summary. Temperance. In the Temperance Provident Institution, out of about 15,000 persons there “has not been a Single death for the last six months!” So much for teetotalisin.— Glasgow Argus. Suicide of a Clfrgyman at Everton, Notts. This place was thrown into the greatest excitement on Sunday morning last in consequence of a report that the curate to the Rev. Robert Evans had committed suicide about ten o’clock. It seems that Mr. Cock, the curate, rose and dressed at his usual hour, but appeared to be laboring under some unpleasant sensation; he paced about, went to the kitchen, kissed his only child, bid it good bye, then took it into another room, placed it on his knee, and immediately applying a pistol to his own head, discharged its contents into his right temple, and fell dead. The report of the pistol produced alarm in the family, who run into the room, but the reverend gentleman died immediately. Various rumors are afloat as to the cause of the rash act; domestic un...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Ireland. Export of Provisions. The following table of exports, from only eleven ports, will be sufficient to excite our fears, and arouse us to even a deeper sense of the danger in which we are placed. The people should unanimously call upon the government to act promptly and boldly, and to prevent the exportation of Irish food, until it shall have been ascertained that we have sufficient for the supply of our people:— Exports of Grain, Flour, and Oatmeal, from bth Sept, to 9th Oct., 1846. Wheat. Outs. Flour. OatmL . Brls. Brls. Cwts. Cwts. From I.imerick .... 10,821 120,031 1,730 1,400 .. Cork 1,002 3d,111 5,070 .. Waterfork .... 7,019 13,803 24,392 .. Belfast .... 1,085 9,0 »9 84) .. .Tralee .... 838 7,725 ... ... .. Galway 1,249 3,750 1,400 1,800 .. Wexford 7,143 ... ' 880 .. Sligo 1,389 ... 7,180 •• "yotOT*} 5 -°°° W .. Wexford .... 5,000 15,000 31,833 227,338 33,457 11,240 We see, by the above table, that from Duugarvan and Youghal, where the people are in a state of actual sta...

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GREAT MEETING AT FERMOY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

GREAT MEETING AT FERMOY. On Saturday a great County meeting took place at Fermoy, at which Mr. O’Connell and Mr. E. B. Roche attended as the Representatives of the County. As soou as T. Dennehy, Esq., J.P had taken the chair, Mr. O’Connell rose and said—Gentlemen, my colleague and I are here before you, to do whatever you think desirable in the present awful emergency, to hear your sentiments, to understand your views, and to pledge ourselves to carry them out as far as we possibly can. I go to Dublin this evening, for in the present emergency there is not one moment to be lost (hear, hear). You will be so good as to instruct us, and we shall use the most unremitting zeal and exertion to carry out what you determine on (hear, hear). Letters were read from Mr. R. Mus* grave, Mr. John Hyde, and Mr. Richard Beamish, apologising for absence, and offering suggestions. Mathew Hendley, Esq., and the Rev C. Gibson moved and seconded the first resolution, which declared that the gentry of th...

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SPEECH OF CECIL LAWLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

SPEECH OF CECIL LAWLESS. The Hon. Gentleman was present at a recent meeting of the Repeal Association, and was warmly received. He said— I thank you sincerely for this kind reception; but though you seem very glad to see me here, still my first business is to defend myself from some attacks that have lately been made upon me in this Hall. Mr. O’Neill, who I never had the pleasure of meeting before this moment, and whose acquaintance 1 am very glad to make, seemed to think himself injured by my having been elected representative of Clonmel. I will compare the fair town of Clonmel to a fair widow about to unite herself to some new partner (great laughter). Amongst the crowd of her admirers there is one who thinks he has claims on her regard, and is much surprised to find she has chosen someone else. In that case it would be better for him to show that he did not feel it sorely, and to say, “Oh, there are as good fish in the sea as ever were caught” (loud laughter). I am sure that Mr. ...

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Cemperance. DISTRESS OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Cemperance. DISTRESS OF THE PEOPLE. To the Editor of the Freeman's Journal. Dear Sir —lt has pleased divine Providence to afflict millions by a general failure of the food of a majority of the Irish fieople. In consequence of this failure we lave every reason to apprehend the wide spread of famine over our fertile country, and of pestilence which usually follows in its train. At a crisis like this, awful must be the responsibility of those who contribute in any way to the destruction of the least portion of that food w hich Almighty God has provided for the sustenance of his creatures ; and it is the duty not only of our rulers, but also of every one who has influence in society, to prevent if possible the conversion of one of the best gifts of God—a wholeserne food—into a fiery flood of disease, crime, and of physical and mental destruction, and thus contribute to remove the embittered chalice from the lips of suffering millions. That men of excellent minds and charitable hearts ar...

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OUR ARCHBISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

OUR ARCHBISHOP. We copy the following from the Catholic Herald: Token of Respect. We are permitted to insert the following correspondence which will explain itself. To the Most Rev. Samuel Eccleston, Archbishop of Baltimore. Most Reverend Archbishop, —The Bishops of the sixth Council of Baltimore, at the close of their proceedings, when you had withdrawn from the Council chamber, unanimously resolved to present you with a crosier and ornaments belonging to an Archiepiscopal “chapelle,” as tokens of their veneration and attachment. The courtesey, dignity and kindness which have marked your intercourse with your colleagues, the wisdom and moderation with which you have presided over their deliberations, and the unbounded hospitality which you have exercised towards them, demanded some expression of their admiration and gratitude. On me has devolved the pleading duty of presenting these sacred ornaments in the name of all. With sentiments of profound veneration, 1 have the honor to be,...

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LATER FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

LATER FROM THE ARMY. The Edith, at New Orleans, brought news from Monterey to the 29th of Oct.— Captain Ridgeley was buried on the 28th. There was a report that Santa Anna, with 12,000 men and 37 Generals, was at San Lws Potosi, and another that Bustamente had gone to intercept General Wool. One writer states that General Wool had arrived at Monclova, from which he was to send .a detachment to Chihuahua, and join Gen. Taylor with the remainder at Monterey. An express from Gen Wool reached Gen Taylor on the 25th ult, informing him he had fifty days’subsistence, and was within six days march of Monclova. The strength of the forces of the United States at Monterey does not exceed five thousand men, and the whole number of troops, from the mouth of the Rio Grande to Monterey, thirteen thousand. It will require five thousand men to garrison the towns already taken, and General Taylor thinks it would be injudicious to leave Monterey for San Luis Potosi, with less than fifteen thousand men...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

AMERICA. BY DOCTOR STEPHENSON. For the Bouton Pilot. In this land whose sons of glory, Scattered far the Saxon horde; In this land whose brilliant story, Speaks the virtue of the sword ; Here let every suffering slave, Learn a lesson from the brave. Here the spangled banner flutters, O’er the children of the brave ; Here the voice of valor utters, Shame upon the crouching slave.” Who would not dare his rights maintain, And strike to cut the tyraut’s chaiu? Alas ! alas ! my nntive land, An exile far beyond the sea, I grieve to )tiiow that slavery’s brand, Is still so tamely borne by thee. Alas ! alas ! how every nation, Blushes at thy degradation. Here, oh! here, the ruffian rag Of Britain is no more unfurled; But iu its stead the Union’s flag, In glory floats before the world; And points throughout the earth and sea, The proudest pathway for the free.

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