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The Humorist. A FUNNY COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

The Humorist. A FUNNY COMPLAINT. During the reign of George the Fourth, the Lord Mayor of London was one day dispensing justice to some of his Majesty’s litigious subjects, when his lordship was greatly amused by observing a consequential looking little fellow thrusting himself through the crowd that intercepted his approach to the seat of justice. Being rather facetious, his lordship leaned over the bench, and, with a good humoured smile playing upon his features, said, — ‘ Well, my little man, and what may be your pleasure to day?’. Little man —* I’ve come to complain about my mathter, thir.’ Lord Mayor — 1 And W'hat have you to say against your master, my little man?’ Little man —‘ He does’nt give me wittles enuf, thir.’ Lord Mayor —* I am sorry for that, my little man.’ Little man —* I tho’t you would, thir; I thir: I tho’t you would.’ Lord Mayor —‘Well, and what does he give you for breakfast?’ Little man —* Oh ! tw'oor three cupth of coffee, and two or three thlitheth of bread...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Oregon Missions, NO. XII. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Oregon Missions, NO. XII. Thi pied de. la Grande Glaciere, ) Aut tourcey de LS Athabasca, May otA, 18la. > Monseigneur Provisions becoming scarce at the Port, at the moment when we had with us a considerable number of Iroquis from the surrounding country, who were rosolved to remain until my departure, in order to assist at the Instructions, we should have found ourselves in an embarrassing situation had not Mr. Frazer came to our relief, by proposing that we should leave the Fort and accompany himself and family to the Lake of the Islands, where we could subsist partly on fish. As the distance was not great,we accepted this invitation, and set out to the number of fifty four persons and twenty dogs. I count the latter, because wa were as much obliged to provide food for them as for ourselves. A little note of the game killed by our hunters during the twenty-six days of our abode at this place, will, perchance, afford you some interest; at least, it will make you acquaint...

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) — 28 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) — 28 November 1846

« TORTOISE SHELL COMBS. Sold M the manufacturer, at tlie sis'll of the Original Golden Comb, No. 2 Milk street. The subscriber having altered and improved his manufactory of Shell Combs, would call the attention of purchasers to his large stock of Wrought Shell Combs, among which may be found several new and beautiful patterns of sunk, raised, and lace work Combs, of all siz s, Shell, Side and Dressing do, of the best style and manufacture; Shell Hair Pi’-s, anew article, much better than the common kind; also, every variety of Horn and Ivory Combs; Silver. Berlin Iron, Steel and Buffalo Horn Buck Combs. He will guarantee them as good Combs, a greater variety, and at cheaper rates than can be found in the city. Ladies having old combs to alter or repair, can have them done with promptness and in the best manner, m*) A. S. JORDAN, 2 Milk street. cheap: cheap: cheap: STOVES cheap! STOVES CHEAPEIt!! STOVES CHEAPEST ! ! 5001 STOVES I more or. less, (PROfIABLV LESS i. A NEW SYSTEM ADOPTE...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

RE M O VAL! The sub informs his patrons and the t he has removed his establishment fr street to No. 18 Exchange street. 81121—3 t GROCERIES AND PRO! W * BAIRD, Nos. 93 and 95 Es: form their friends and former patrons their old stand, recently destroyed bv l Ifer for sale an entire new stock of Gi o he sent free of expense to any pari WALTER .1. WALSH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. O West side of the Court House. Timothy noonan. se: ton Burial Ground, has Kemo between C and D streets, South Boal Furniture notice. has removed from 34 Milk strt Reach and Washington streets, in t occupied by the Washington Rank, oyiston Market tl THOSE Who want to purchase 1 do well to call at P. & W. MUR Factory, No 48 Ann Street, oppoi Boston. , E. KE CHINA, G 1 if BRITA BLE CUTLERY, SOLAR LAMB IfC, No. 348 Washington street, R THE EYE AND EAR. I Oculist and Physician, has r Winter street, Boston, where he attei diseases of the Eye and Ear, and to o of Squinting, Cataract and other disc quiring surgica...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Notices of this kind inserted fo INFORMATION XS Of PATRICK CURTIS, who ern Clare, parish of Ogoneloe, last sprin and lamily in Cabotville, Ms, lltli ol has since been seen in Boston. lie robust form, slightly pockpitted, sn curled locks; wore a grey frock coat a velvet cape. Any person who flat form a charitable act by writing father, Patrick Curtis, Cabotville. 1 Of JOHN NEVILL, formerly of Ireland, who emigrated to America When last heard from he was in the information respecting him will be t his Brother-in-law, Cornelius Lepeh; the care of Daniel Buckley, 3 Bread : Cl JOHN MANKY, who emigrat the parisli ofClugh, Queen’s county ■nation respecting him will be the Patrick Ryan, son of James Ryan of recting a letter to Widow Sheehan, I cester, Ms. „ Of CATHARINE A. JARVIS, Bean, who left her parents in Ipswic 1837. Any information respecting lit received by her father, John N. Bean pOl MICHAEL MULLADY, nativi arish of lmpitr, convenient to Bally titer, Robert, has lately landed her ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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O’Connell’s Great Speech AT CONCILIATION HALL, NOV. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

O’Connell’s Great Speech AT CONCILIATION HALL, NOV. 2. The Chair was taken by Patrick Costello, Esq. After some preliminary business, The Liberator rose to address the association, and was received with loud and enthusiastic cheering. When the applause had subsided, he proceeded to speak as follows. I had intended to address the meeting at considerable length. I did think that 1 should have to dwell for a considerable period upon many topics; and that 1 should detain you here until you were almost tired in hearing me—l won’t say entirely so, because I don’t think that would be quite correct. The topics that I intended to address you upon, relate to the divisions that have sprung up amongst some who are Repealers, and others who call themselves so. 1 did intend to allude to the Cork resolutions, and to discuss in a good many words the real state of the question between the parties; but I am unable to do it—my heart is full—my thoughts are absorbed—my mind is engaged. The misery of Ir...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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MR. BROWNSON’S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

MR. BROWNSON’S LECTURE. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1 846. This gentleman’s lecture to the Young Catholics’ Friends was delivered on the evening of Wednesday week, before an audience uncomfortably crowded, and not before a vast multitude who had to go away for-want of standing room. The subject was, according to announcement, the Protestant Reformation. He remarked that the event just named was one of great importance; and that it had been often depicted, to the people of this country, in the Protestant point of view; but that it had been rarely exhibited in the light in which Catholics viewed it. He proposed to view it in that light; and if such Protestants as might favor him with their presence, should be offended at any of his remarks, he did not think he would make many apologies, or be very solicitous to express his regret. Perhaps he might even be inclined to think it was no more than they deserved, and to hope that it would do them good. The Reformation, he said, had of...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MR. FORREST. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

MR. FORREST. We have seen the greatest actor in America doing the legitimate; or, at least, him whom fame gives out to be the greatest. He is, certainly, the most artistic performer, except, perhaps, Henry Placide, we have seen in this country; that is, he seems to have given more mind to the study of his part, and to have had more mind to give to it than any other. We need not enlarge upon Forrest’s excellencies—his physical power, and imposing person, his elocution, the propriety of his action, his presentations of extreme passion, and the lavish way in which he exhibits actions and incidents to embody his own thoughts and conceptions, collateral with those of the poet, and agreeable to them—all these accomplishments are well known to the public, and they are enough to justify an actor’s fame: the latter enables him to share even the glory of Shakspeare. Having thus freely admitted his great merit as an actor, we must also say that he does not nearly realize what we expected from ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

More Converts. The New York Herald states that on the 15th inst., the Right Rev. Bishop Hughes administered the Sacrament of confirmation to one hundred and thirty-five persons, in St. Paul’s Catholic church, Jersey City. Among the adults confirmed eight are converts,two of whom, Stanley A. Griswold, M.D., and lady, are eatives of Connecticut, Dr. Griswold is a near relative of the late Episcopal prelate of Massachusetts, and of a family distinguished by its piety and learning. Four of the happy converts confirmed on this occasion were also of the Episcopal Church, and are natives of England. Ou the \ 3th instant four young ladies received at the hands of the Right Rev. Bishop Hughes, the White Veil in the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Astoria, N. Y. Three of the candidates are natives of Philadelphia jthe other is of N. YoTk The parents of all were present, during the ceremonies—and it was an edifying spectacle, to see them kneeling aide by side, with the caudidatesat 4he Holy Table...

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OUR NO-POPERY NEIGHBORS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

OUR NO-POPERY NEIGHBORS. i£j» The poor Natives are beaten everywhere. There are hardly any of them left.— Pilot. What a pity! lsy the way. Mr. Pilot, what has become vrßepaletsm.: about which so much was said ami suns by 'disinterested' lovers of freedom a.nd foreign votes a year or so ago? Has it answered its purpose, in carrying a few demagogues into office, and been thrown aside, or have the dissensions iu its ranks in Ireland put the last nail in its coffin? There are a few Natives left you wifi allow, hut where are the Repealers? Do tell us.—American Eagle. We can assure the bird of prey that the Repealers are alive and kicking. In Boston they are strong and firm; in New York and Brooklyn they are busy, in Baltimore they are making demonstrations, and almost every week, we publish reports from some Repeal body. By the way, it is funny to see the writers of the Eagle, who so often make bad syntax, go about to take oft' any body’s pronunciation. The rules of syntax, every one who...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

ITEMS. A census of Cincinnati was taken last month by which it appears that city has now 62,690 white inhabitants, and 2,12S colored. The Alabama Journal states that more than 1000 men have died on the banks ol the Rio Grande. The Alabama regiment alone has lost 100 men. An article in a London paper announces that are there 7000 tailors out of employ in London. A letter says the knights of the needle had a meeting in St. Martin’s lane, and it was resolved that the only mode of lessining their distress was to embark for Canada and the United States. A committee was appointed to collect subscriptions to pay the passage ol those who were willing to embark, 960 entered their names for Canada and Nova Scotia, and 2904 for New York and the United States. The great Tailor Society in London contributed £6OO, and it was believed the tailors of London would subscribe 1200 more. Three pounds ten shillings will procure a passage ticket. They will all be here in March or April next. Mrs. Caton, ...

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THE FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

THE FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM. The public have heard a great deal about the terrible preparations which are being made by the “priests and \otaries of Rome,” for the subjugation of this devoted continent. “If you beheld,” says Dr. Beecher, of Boston, “a set of men building forts and barracks through the land, laying up stores of artillery and ammunition, furnishing garrisons, and marshalling armies, what would you think?” Such, according to Dr. Beecher, is the course being pursued by the Catholic Church, with respect to this country. Another orator, of the same kidney, we have heard describing the progress of the Church in the West. “Everywhere,” says he, “along the new lines of railroad, and canal, up goes the tall spire, exalting that standard of their legions, the cross, and, shortly after, may be seen those constant appendages of every Popish temple, the Convent and the Orphan Asylum. There is one of those terrible magazines, and strongholds, in Purchase street. The other week, we no...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

§ DC?" The Olive Branch is at its dirty work again. What a shame that the new type should be so soon prostituted. In th£ last number a story is told of the horrhrs aoiij oppressions of Catholics. We suspecMt is of a piece with the story that paper told some months ago about screams being heard in a convent near St. Louis, where, in fact, no such institution of the kind existed, nor any where about. By the way, has the senior squared that account with the ex-priest yet? Gen. Ke vrnev, the conqueror of Santa Fe, was born at Four Mile Water, near Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. So says a correspondent of the N. Y. Truth Teller.

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

Business Dep THE BOSTON IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ' PATRICK DONA On every Saturday morning, at No Washington Street, Bosto TERMS... .s2.so— if paid withii the time of subscribing—otherwise $ $1.50 for six mouths. Four ET No paper discontinued until al JO" Letters not post-paid (except f released from the Post-olllce. Brooklyn. James McLaughlin friends, and those who wish to subse Pilot that he resides at the corner < streets. Any person desirous of get 1 be most punctually attended to, b] and residence at the office as above. yew York City. Mr. 11. Lloyd ht Agency of the Pilot, Mr. O’Hanlon h Mr. O’H. we tender our thanks, for tl which he has attended to our businei Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr Michs volunteered to become our agent hei business is in Canal st., where our ft Taunton. Mr. Peter Salmon w friends here. We hope they will up for lg^ii. We were wrong in saying, a we the individual who called upon oui was an imposter. We were led to from the fact of Mr O’H. not inent...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

For Oregon. A Par that eight sisters of the assi tre Dame are to set out oi Oregon. They go to join same community, who pr< country two years back to ! and temporal instruction ai pie. Francis Tiernan, Es< phia, has contributed one t towards the erection of the A glorious example for imi Agents. We shall exp agents will make returns o linquents, on or before Ji To enable our agents to m subscribers should call on settle their accounts. The Miser’s Death. ing tale, under this title, wi next. It is written by the Price. For the Boston Pilot. “TEMPERANC: Mr. Editor, — Dear S real sorrow that I address ; ing. Some gentleman in ; signing himself “ E. M.” word or heading—suppose edly cast insinuations on Permit me, Sir, through tell him that I had no sue! When I spoke of Hermi man who down-trodden or society, or unable to battle it, flies to some cave or 1 shelter. The idea of a r was not associated with th I thank the gentleman h lesson he has given me, i both you a...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 November 1846

PW, BYRJfES & CO.’S • FQRIB4U. The Subscribe, Known to the travelling public, coni seugers to every part of the Unite America. Tlie public may rest assured tlia commodious despatch of passengers not surpusscd by any other house em vVe have elilcient, careful and re; the important sea-ports in Ireland, v tontion and information to passenger lay and disappointment. Our Agent in Boston is \VM I* M'k'tV ANDREW BARR * SON. L P. W. BYRNES ic CO., 3« W< The Subscriber having been Agent several years past, continues to secu terms, from the lbllowiug places, viz Liverpool, Dublin, Derry, Cork, Limerick, Newry, Coleraine, Wexford, He solicits a continued share of tl wishing their friends brought to Amt self to spare no pains to secure ever) Drafts ut sight for the accoinmodt several ol the principal towns. •lan 3 WAI. I*. M’K.t ms GSHERLOCK’S GEJVEI • OFFICE, 3D Peck Slip, N meritsJor 184 U. The Subscriber his friends and the Public, that lie h above, in conjunction wit...

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