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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

Notices of this kind inserted jour times for 81 INFORMATION WANTED. Of PATRICK R. FREEMAN, formerly of co. Mayo. Any information left at this oifice will confer a great favor upon his wife, Mary Freeman. dl2—4tY Of JOHN BUSHK, a native of Mallow, county Cork. W hen last heard from he was in New Orleans. Any information of him will be thanklully received by his brother, Richard, who has lately arrived in this city. Address care of Charles O’Regan, Dorchester, Ms. dm—it* Of ANDREW COSTOLO, a native of Roscrea, co. Tipperary. When last heard from he was on his (arm in the township of Oppo, Upper Canada. Any information will be thankfully received by his only sister, Margaret Costolo, by writing to Utica, Oneida County, N.Y., care of Michael Rerniiughaiu. Canada papers please copy. Of MICHAEL GLEESON, from co. Tipperary, parish of Ballywilliain, near Nenagh. When last heard from he was in some part of the State of Ohio—place not now recollected. Should this meelhiseye, or any person kno...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Arrival of the Caledonia. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

Arrival of the Caledonia. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. The steamship Caledonia, Captain E. G. Lott, from Liverpool Nov. 19th, arrived at this port Saturday morning at seven o’clock—making the passage in about fifteen days. The CaJedonia had 67 passengers: from Liverpool to Halifax, 4; from Liverpool to Boston 53; from Halifax to Boston 10. The Caledonia arrived at Liverpool on the 15th Nov., in 13£ days from Boston, during Ivhic.li she had a succession of head winds and boisterous weather. The Cotton market is quiet; the speculative demand has ceased, and parties are looking to the effects which the alleged deficiency in the new crop may have on prices. # The Corn markets are stationary. A large export trade is still going on, and 3000 quarters of Lincolnshire were bought a few days ago at 605., for shipment to France, l'he present 4s. duty is found to be prohibitory, and as fast as Corn or Flour arrives, it will, it is said, be exported. The Money market is easy. A diminution of bullio...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Ireland. SMITH O'BRIEN—THE “YOUNG IRELAND” PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

Ireland. SMITH O'BRIEN—THE “YOUNG IRELAND” PARTY. “ Cahirmoyle, Nov. 5, 1846. My dear Mr. Duffy—lt has given me much pleasure to learn from you that several men, whose patriotism, worth, and abilities are not unknown to the public, have signified their desire to give effect, by their co-operation, to the suggestions offered by me in the letter which appeared in your last publication. It is desirable that there should be no misunderstanding as to the circumstances under which this proposal originated. A considerable number of individuals, who are ardently devoted to the cause of repeal, having been excluded from the Repeal Association because they are unwilling to subscribe a test imposed for reasons which are not fully understood by the public, they are naturally led to seek other opportunities, through the means of which they may be enabled to labor in the service of their country. No other organisation being at present available, it seems to us that the Nation newspaper may be adv...

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OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

OUTRAGE. Ennts. —The Clare Journal desrcibes a second attack on an officer of the Board of Works. “On inquiring into the cause of such turbulence, we learned that it proceeded from dissatisfaction at the system of task—work adopted by the board: those who had not performed the same amount of work as others being indignant because they did not receive equal remuneration. And the gentlemen to whom we allude, informed us, that he could not, without risk of bodily harm, pass through the village of Clara.” Menagh. Some few misguided and illadvised persons obstructed some four engineers in laying out new work here, and in the neighbourhood of Portroe. They were brought before our petty sessions on the sth, when the magistrates, Messrs. Tabuteau and Willington, convicted them in 10/., or three months’s imprisonment. This very summary proceeding brought these men to their senses, and will restore order and check further opposition. An Improvement. The infatuated hostility to the officers of...

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STARVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

STARVATION. Skibbereen. An inquest on the body of Denis M’Kennedy was held at the Court-house, on the 2d inst., before Franklin Baldwin, Esq, coroner for the county. The Rev. R. B. Townsend, vicar of Abbey Strewry, who attended the inquest, gives the following summary of the evidence:—‘‘The testimony was of the most thrilling kind, and was in substance this: He and his family—five in number—had half a weight, about eleven and a half pounds, of small potatoes, from Sunday morning to Wednesday evening. On that evening his wife procured or 2d. worth of meal, and a neighbor gave her a head of cabbage. He went to work on the starving meal on Thursday morning. On the day of his death, Saturday, the 24th ult, the steward, a very kind-hearted man ot the name of Donovan, gave him a piece of bread, and in the act of putting it to his mouth he sunk and died. The two physicians swore that such an instance of starvation they n'ever before met with. He was so attenuated from want of food that all...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

THE NEW YEAR. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. 184«. Two more numbers will complete our present volume. It is time that dur agents should commence canvassing for new subscribers, for the year 1947. It is true we have a large list, yet we have not half the number we should have, when we take into account our numerous population. Therefore our friends must exert themselves, and send in as many new' subscribers as possible before January. A little exertion on the part of our friends and agents, would double our list. Let every one send in anew subscriber. It can be done with a little exertion. Try it, friends.

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CATHOLIC LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

CATHOLIC LITERATURE. The most cursory observer of passing events must see that there is great interest and much hope felt by the Catholic community of the Union, with respect to the creation of a literature which shall be peculiarly their own. Works of fiction are teeming from its press, not only occasional publications; but nearly every publisher has one, or more than one, series of Catholic novels, under the title of a “Library,” with some distinctive adjective. We are receiving and noticing those books with great frequency. One or two weeks ago, we were presented from Baltimore with a copy of Pauline Seward, a respectable looking duodecimo novel in two volumes; and now, we have on our table The Sister of Charity in two volumes, being Nos. 5 and 6 of Dcnigan’s Home Library, published in New York. All these works are got up in a style which shows how highly they are appreciated by that portion of the public for which they are intended. Unlike the ordinary description of light readi...

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THAT NEW YORK FREEMAN’S JOURNAL, ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

THAT NEW YORK FREEMAN’S JOURNAL, ONCE MORE. Here we are again, with F. C. the nonsensical correspondent of the Freeman, at our heels. Like the “old drunken hussar” who fought upon the Rhine, “no matter how well you beat him, he is just at you the next day as fresh as ever.” There never yet was penance like that of being compelled to notice the absurdities of every barking creature who has a mind to worry us. We know nothing about J. 8., O’Connell, nor his assailant either. F. C. says our principle of giving fair play is “all moonshine;” because it would compel us to admit to our columns the enemies of Repeal: just as if there was not an antiRepeal paper in the world; or as if the Young Ireland men had the command of all the newspapers in America. However, he says he won’t press that point; and he show's his wisdom there, the only piece of common sense we have seen with him yet. By pressing the point he might bring his friends into a bothersome quandary; for the Boston Pilot is not t...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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DR. WILSON’S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

DR. WILSON’S LECTURE. The lecture in the Masonic Temple on Wednesday week was a fine, well written composition. The Rev. gentleman sketched the history of music from its first earthly employment in Eden through all its developments in connection with religion till the present time. We regret that our limits forbid our giving the discourse entire, as it would amply repay perusal. We subjoin us many extracts as we can make room for:— “The Hebrews, the Assyrians, the Egyptians, the Grecians, successively made music one of their fundamental laws, convinced that the most effectual way to reach the heart was through the fascination of the senses and that in order to confine man within the limits of duty and subject his spirit to austere laws, he should be treated like to a sick child who will not partake of the salutary but bitter draught unless the edge of the vessel be first covered with honey. In like manner was music vailed in to the aid of Religion, in order to render it the more all...

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DEDICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

DEDICATION. St. Joseph’s Church, Roxbury, was dedicated to the service of God, on Sunday, by the Right ‘Rev. Bishop Fitzpatrick, assisted by Rev. Messrs. Williams and Riordan, as Deacon ami Subdeacon. The solemn and beautiful ceremony was performed in that serious and dignified manner for which the Bishop of Boston has always been remarked. The sermon was delivered by Very Rev. Dr. Ryder, and was on the Real Presence. It was a very superior discourse, like that gentleman’s usual efforts, and well calculated to overwhelm all objections to that holy doctrine. The Church is a handsome building, well and strongly built, and finely situated, commanding a view of the surrounding country.- It is an ornament to the neighborhood, even apart from its sacred purposes. The Catholics of Roxbury are much indebted to the zeal and exertions of Rev. Mr. O’Beirne, in raising, for their spiritual welfare, this fine Church. Every thing about it wears an aiy of neat and chaste beauty. The altar, the pai...

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The Late News. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

The Late News. We devote nearly our entire space to the news brought by the Caledonia. Below we give the opinions of several of our exchanges in relation to events which have transpired since our last advices: — The Pope. The Pope is patronised by the Protestants, who, finding “the Man of Sin” too manifestly and confessedly a man of God, are very much at a loss for their “Scarlet Lady.” In their despair they have seized upon seven imaginary conspirators, each a Cardinal; and they have placed these Cardinals on the seven hills of the Eternal City —in the kindest manner warning His Holiness the Pope against their secret machinations. But, surely, to fight against the Pope is very good Protestantism, and the seven imaginary Cardinals might fairly have expected the cordial co-operation of the seven hundred and seventy-seven powers of Protestantism in their conspiracy. Strange that Protestant sympathy should settle on the head of Pope Pius the Ninth! He is told to beware of secret poison...

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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

ITEMS. A pitched battle came off in Moyamensing on Monday, between the Killers and Skinners, who formed a grand alliance against the Weccacoe Engine Company. A member of the latter, Edward Paul, was stabbed with a dirk knife and terribly mangled by a spanner. If one never had the rheumatism, he would not know what a fine thing it is to get rid of it. Like eating a roast turkey with plenty of stuffing, so is the reception of a love letter from a pretty girl. The Hampden (Ms.) Guards,Capt. Harding, of Westfield, had a meeting lately to see about going to Mexico. A vote was taken, and resulted, yeas 16, nays 27. An infant, measuring six feet two inches in height, recently obtained, his discharge from the volunteers in New York, having enlisted without the consent of his mother. The Brig Brothers, Capt. Sutherland, which sailed from this port recently for Pictou, whence she belonged, struck on a rock 26th ult., at Prospect, N. S., and sunk, carrying down with her six men and three women...

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RELIEF FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

RELIEF FOR IRELAND. A meeting was held in Brooklynn, N. Y., on Friday, November 27th, to adopt some plan to relieve the famishing poor of Ireland. After passing some resolutions in favor of the project, the meeting adjourned to Tuesday, Dec. 1st, and then, although there had been but a small number present, the sum of $133.50 was collected. The following were the contributors :— Robert A Lyan $25; R J Todd, Peter O’Hara, Judge Hammond, Alex Campbell, $10 each; Patrick O’Donnell, John Begley, Dr. Cullen, H A Lees, Editor of the Advertiser, Alex Campbell, $5 each; John O’Mahoney, Wrn Harper, Edwd Harvey, John Shields, $3 each; Thos Dillon, Ed. Hagerty, Mich’l Nevin, Lawrence Durel, Moses O’Neill, Philip O’Reilly, $2 each; Neil John Stewart, Michael Carney, Thos Blake, Patrick Lawlor, Patrick Ward, John McClosky, James Casey, Jas Devlin, Wm. Turney, John McCann, Wm L Young, Francis McCann, John Cassidy, $1 each; Thos Vernon 50c. The meeting adjourned to meet again that day week, Dec. 8...

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Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. t>UNiaAN , s Home Library, Nos. 5& 6. The Sister ok Charity, by Mrs. Anna 11. Dorsey. The United States Catholic Magazine—December, 1846. The Magazine is the accredited organ of the Church in America, published by Archiepiscopal authority. No Catholic, who can afford to pay for it, ought to be without it. Though it is well conducted, and elegantly executed, it promises much improvement in the forthcoming volume. Gahan's Sermons, a few copies just received at the Pilot bookstore. Also, the new Following of Christ. Municipal Election. The anual election for City Officers, will take place on Monday next. There are three parties in the field. The Whigs, have nominated the present incumbent for Mayor, Josiah Quincy, jr. Esq. The Democrats Charles J3. Goodrich, Esq., and the Natives Ninian C. Betton, Esq. The Whigs \\ill undoubtedly re-elect the present very popular Mayor.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

Business Slop THE BOSTON IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY PATRICK DONj On every Saturday morning, at No Washington Street, Bosti TERMS... .$2.50—if paid withi the time of subscribing—otherwise $ $1.50 for six months. Foil! (D* No paper discotninued until ul O’ Letters not post-paid (except I released from the Post-office. We publish the following for the b many of whom do not send proper r Post Office, , To the Tost Master at Boston:— Sir—I have this day received $ — the “ Boston Pilot,” with which 1 hi my accounts with the Government, er an order on you for the amount, v pay on presentation. The following is a convenient fori ciuisite to be sent, simultaneously, tc Received 8 for subscriptions from which 1 have deducted one per self with the amount thus paid to mi the Government. The Post Mast the same to the Publisher, on the pr ceipt properly endorsed. Particular Notice. Communion &c„ intended for insertion in the Pil on or before Wednesday of each wei Elizabeth, N Mr. Don...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

A Mistake. Oar devil, either by accident or design, misplaced a , and made the amount of the collection at the Cathedral $36998. It should have been $369.98. The imp urges as an excuse, that he did not suppose so smtftl a sum could be given for such an object, and took it upon himself to make the alteration referred to. Commendable Liberality. A frame Church is in course of erection near the Navy Yard, Pensacola, Florida. The officers and crew of the U. S. Ship Raritan, subscribed $194 towards its erection, and the officers and crew of the Falmouth $B4. The Caledonia sails on Wednesday next. The next boat expected is the Cambria, —the only steamer**from England during the month of December. New Lot of Aiu Furnaces. The Messrs. White School street, are doing a rapid business in the Hot Air Furnace line, having set over iifty within the last two months, all of which have given entire satisfaction, and have received the unqualified approval of all who have witnessed their operation. Th...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

PYV. BVRXES & CO.’S NEW YORK • AND LIVERPOOL EMIGRATION OFFICE. I’. \V. BYRNkS A CO., or Liverpool, are desirous of informing ihe public of the United States, that they continue to dispatch a litie ofnrsyffaas Ships and Rackets to New York, on the Ist, 8 th, 11 A, 18 th, k'Ut and 28 th of each month; and on the 12th and 28th lor Philadelphia, and on the bth and 20th to Boston, and at stated periods to Baltimore; also to New Orleans during the healthy season; by any of which tinea parties can engage lor their friends to be Drought out without disappointment or delay, this being the oldest and largest establishment in the passenger trade in Liverpool, and having Ibund the importance of a direct Agency in the United States, for the purpose of placing within the power ol the friends of the passengers coming out, the immediate correspondence with a respectable eslabhsnnienl, from whom they can rely for attention and lav or towards their relations leaving the old country. i\ W...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 12 December 1846

P\V. BYRNES & CO.’S ARRANGEMENTS • FOR 184<>. The Subscribers, long and favorably known to the travelling public, continue to forward passengers to every part of the United States and British America. The public may rest assured that for the prompt and commodious despatch of passengers, we possess facilities not surpassed by any other house engaged in the business. We have ellicient, careful and responsible agents in ull the important sea-ports in Ireland, who will give every attention and information to passengers, that can prevent delay and disappointment. Our Agent in Boston is WM. P. M’KAY, 52 Milk Street. ANDREW BARR A SON, Lowell. I’. W. BYRNES A GO., 30 Waterloo Road, Liverpool. The Subscriber having been Agent for the above firm for several years past, continues to secure passages on the best terms, from tlte following places, viz: Liverpool, Dublin, Drogheda, Derry, Cork, Belfast, Limerick, Newry, Waterlord, Coleraine, Wexford, Glasgow. He ...

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