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THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

THE NEW YEAR. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1846. One more number will complete our present volume. It is time that our agents should commence canvassing for new subscribers, for the year 1847. 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.

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CATHOLIC STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

CATHOLIC STATISTICS. We have received the Metropolitan Catholic Almanac and Laity’s Directory, for 1847. It contains a large mass of statistics cfertcerniig the Catholic Church in the United States. What we wish particularly to allude to, is the very extensive provision for the maintenance and propagation of learning. This is a feature in the Catholic denomination worthy of remark on account of the constant outcry of Catholic ignorance, kept up by a great many who are not much qualified to pronounce upon the subject in its plainest aspects. There are twenty-four Literary Institutions for Young Men in the United States, sixty-six Female Academies, and eighty-eight Charitable Institutions, many of which provide tuition for the young. In the Diocess of Louisville, with a population of but thirty thousand Catholics, there are ten Female Academies; at Vincennes, there are six; at St. Louis, eight. Besides, there are twenty-one Ecclesiastical Seminaries, with two hundred and for-ty-four s...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE PROTESTANT TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

THE PROTESTANT TELEGRAPH. To our Protestant readers. it will be remembered that some time ago we found a screw loose among our aimiable no-popery cotemporaries. The Protestant Telegraph was rating some of its exchanges which rejoice in the pleasant titles of Anti-papists, and such like. The cause of complaint was that those journals with the fine names had stolen from the Telegraph certain excerpts from Roman Catholic papers.” On looking at those excerpts, we found that our translations from Le Propagateur Catholique figured considerably, and rathqr querly in them.— The beginning of one article was given, and simply acknowledged as from the Propagateur ; the conclusion appeared, in another place, as an extract from “A French Catholic paper.” Another extract was given as very important, being the opinion of the Propagateur upon the probable course of Pius IX.; and on giving a fourth, the Telegraph was excessively scandalised to behold that French Catholic paper having the assurance t...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MR. THOMAS D. M’GEE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

MR. THOMAS D. M’GEE. We have received a letter from Mr. M’Gee in relation to an attack made upon him in Conciliation Hall, by Mr. John Reilly, a portion of which we subjoin, in justice to Mr. M’Gee, which we most freely endorse. The letter from wl#ch the following extract is taken, appeared in the Dublin Freeman: — I. That 1 “was always paid” for attending Repeal meetings in America. This is altogether untrue. Repeal Associations do not, in. America, pay any persons for attending their meetings. If they did they would have much more talking and smaller remittances. But they do defray the travelling charges of any gentleman whom they depute to a convention, or invite from his own locality, he giving his time and talents freely for the good of the cause. If this be payment, my friend, Mr. James (who is called by the speakers a judge, contrary to his repeated remonstrance.) as well as my friends the Hon. Mr. Wright, Mr. Walsh, and other leading Repealers of Boston, were paid. But so fa...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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A NO-POPERY LECTURER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

A NO-POPERY LECTURER. I'he Olive. Branch of last week contains a challenge from a no-popery lecturer, dated Albany, Dec. 5, named Edward Leahy,to Mr. Brownson to meet him in discussion on the doctrines of the Catholic Church. That our readers may know a little of the character of this Leahy, we copy the following from the Lancaster Intelligencer and Journal of March 31st. “We extract from the Weekly Messenger of the German Reformed Chnrch, published at Chambersburg, Penn’a, the following just exposure of the vile imposition practiced by the personage who has been recently making such a display in his assumed character of the Rev. E. Leahy, formerly Monk of La Trappe:— “The Rev. E. Leakey — Formerly Monk of Latrappe”—“Late of Marshal College.” Sjich and similar titles are brandished in “advertisements” —“handbills,” &c., by an individual who professes to deliver Lectures on Popery,and who has lately figured in Philadelphia, Chambershurg, Hagerstown, *and perhaps elsewhere...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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TROY, THE AGE IN WHICH WE LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

TROY, THE AGE IN WHICH WE LIVE. November 28th, 1846. Mr. Editor, —’Tis well, indeed, that men can breathe forth a little of the feeling of animated charity, through the columns of your valuable Pilot; and especially as men of taste and culture permit striplings, to wear masks, for a season, to protect their summits from the Sun’s rays at noon. In rain, Sir, has the golden veil of Charity been woven upon our hearts, if we forget the equivalent which is due of us to our Race, and in vain does sire forget son, if no further advancement can be made in developements, that will render glory to God and benefit to the human family. Sir, we live in an age, in which the ' United States of America will have as one man, to lay hold upon and accept, or perhaps forever close, a treasure which is more valuable than her Independence: the golden wreath will be offered her; and oh! if she places the garland upon her brow, bright will be her diadem, untarnished and unshaken her honour, and glorious he...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. Julia Ormond, or The New Settlement, is the title of No. 7of Dunigan’s Home Library. We cannot too strongly recommend these publications, particularly to our young friends. They are got up in Dunigan's beautiful style. For sale at the Pilot bookstore. Dunioan is getting out some beautiful books (or the holidays. No. 21 of Sadlier’s edition of the Lives of the Saints has been received. Three more numbers will complete the book. We shall issue our paper a day earlier next week, in consequence of tfhristinas coming on Friday. The Lectures. The next lecture before the Young Catholics’ Friend Society, will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Gibson. Subject —The Catacombs of Rome. Notice of Rev. Mr. O’Reilly’s lecture in our next.

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NEW YORK, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

NEW YORK, December Bth, 1546. To the Editor of the Boston Pitot: Sir, —Having in your paper of Saturday last, removed the imputation cast upon me, in the false statement which you copied from the Courier and Enquirer of this city, and as you express your willingness to publish any further statement I may make in relation thereto, I beg, through your columns, to lay before the public the following real facts as they occurred. “The party complaining resided in Glasgow, who had £t Passage Certificate for himself and cousin, was duly notified by my partner in Liverpool to come forward for the purpose of proceeding to New York—passages having been secured for both in the one Certificate. He accordingly came forward, and had an interview with one Mr. Duffy, who wished him to sail the next morning; this he declined in consequence of Ins cousin not being with him. He however, made choice of the ship Macao, which was to sail in eight days, the time he wished for, and my Partner gave him a be...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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IRISH VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

IRISH VOLUNTEERS. Tuesday evening, Dec. 15 th, 1846. Pursuant to notice, a large meeting convened at Central Hall, No. 9, Milk st., for the purpose of devising means to aid and assist the Irish Volunteer Company now being raised by the Hon. Isaac H. Wright, designed to from part of the Regiment called for from Mass., by the President of the United States, to reinforce the Army in Mexico. The meeting was called to order by the Hon. 1. H. Wright, and its object briefly stated. J. W. James, Esq., was failed to preside, and G. D. Wihnot, Esq., appointed Secretary. Mr. James not being present, a committee of two was appointed to wait upou him, and request his attendance. The meeting was then addressed by Messrs. Wright and O’Brien, in a spirited and patriotic manner. Mr. Wright briefly alluded to the insults and outrages committed from time to time upon the persons and property of our citizens by the Government of Mexico, and the forbearance and magnanimity that has characterized our Gov...

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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

ITEMS. A man named Cornelius Finnigan was killed on the Water Works oti Saturday last. The post office revenue for the year ending June 30, has been $3 437,199 —a falling off of only $SO‘2,642 from that of the year preceding. The disbursements were $226,434 less than those of the preceding year, though the mail routes have been enlarged 5,7J9 miles, and 613 new poet offices have been established. The representatives elect in Maine now stand 70 Whigs and Aboltionists to 71 Democrats. llelief'of Ireland. Meetings are being held in various parts of the United Slates for the purpose of raising funds for the relief of the starving people of Ireland. Thomas Keef, employed as a laboring hand on our Rail Road, last week, (says the Bridgeport Farmer), received intelligence, in authentic form, that he was the inheritor of an estate in the Emerald Isle, to the amount 0f£13,000 or $60,000. After reading the letter, Thomas picked up his old coal, it is said, and gave it a sling as far as he coul...

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DR. MANAHAN'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

DR. MANAHAN'S LECTURE. Dr. Manahan’s tribute to the memory of Gregory XVI., was a long and talented discourse. The Rev. gentleman noticed the interest and importance of the Papal Chair in the eyes of monarchs and states, even the most bitterly opposed to it. The late Pope was born in the state of Venice. He was not of aristocratic parentage, but belonged to the middle rank, and owed his elevation to his own virtues find talents. He was distinguished at College, and became an eminent writer when comparatively a young man. Previous to his election, a considerable period of his life was spent as Head of the Propaganda. With this part, the Lecturer displayed an unusually intimate acquaintance. In the above-named position, the late Pope had the whole Christian world under his observation and care. Every member of the Church who has any business with the Propaganda, is privileged to write to that body; and no letter which comes there, from any part of Christendom, is permitted to remain u...

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Arrival of the Cambria. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEJVS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

Arrival of the Cambria. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEJVS. The British Royal Mail Steamer Cambria arrived very unexpectedly on Wednesday night about 9 1-2 o’clock. She left Liverpool on the afternoon of the 4th., and has made the passage in a little more than twelve days—about the shortest passage ever made, and certainly remarkable at this season of the year. The Cambria brought 78 passengers. The Grain trade had rather improved, and more activity prevailed. A slight advance had taken place in the value of •wheat, and 10,000 brls of bonded flour had been taken for investment at 29s to 30s per barrel. Indian corn had declined 2s to 3s per quarter. The American Provision Market was dull, and prices on the decline. The Great Britain steamer had not beet? got off, and accounts from her speak very despondingly. All France is at this moment in a state of great excitement with respect to the audacious suppression, by Russia, Austria, and Russia, of the Republic of Cracpw—the last remaining vestige...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

Business department. THE BOSTON PHOT IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR, PATRICK DOXAHOE, On every Saturday morning, at No 1 Spring Lane, near Washington Street, Boston, Mass. TERMS.... s2.so—if paid within three months from the time of subscribing—otherwise §3 will be charged. 5>1.50 for six months. Four months 1. O’ No paper discotninucd until all arrears are paid up O’ Letters not post-paid (except from Agents) are not released from the Post-office. We publish the followingfor the benefit of postmasters many of whom do not send proper receipts-. Post Office, , , . To the Post Master at Boston: — Sir—l have this day received $ for subsciption to the “ Boston Pilot,” with which I have charged myself in my accounts with the Government, and given the publish, er an order on you for the amount, which you will please pay on presentation. f > PM - The following is a convenient form for the receipt requisite to be sent, simultaneously, to us:— Received $ for...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

CO" \\ e observe that the name of the Pilot is left out of the Catholic, Almanac. If we are not as much Catholic as some of those enumeratedj we will give up the ship. Who will decide?. The Caledonia sailed on Wednesday. She hnd thirty-three passengers for Liverpool and eight for Halifax. Notices of this kind inserted four times Jor $1 INFORMATION WANTED. Of ANDREW McDERMOTT, n native of co. Roscommon, parish of Tarman. When last heard from he was in the city of Sandusky, Ohio. Also of JOHN FaRRELI., a native of co. Longford, parish of Killashee. When last heard from he was in Maysvillc, Ky. Any information of them will be thankfully received by their eoostns, Mary and Ann McDermott, care of Titos. D. O’Connor, No. 11 Chesnut street, I’hiladclphin, Pa. d!0 Of WILLIAM MKNNOCK, a native of King’s county. Ilis wife, Ann, and two children are in search of him, in great distress. She lives at No. S3 Sea street. Should this meet his eye or that of Patrick Dolan, her brother-in-law-, they ...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

JMcMCRRAY'S AR • FOK 1817. OLDEST! SAGE OFFICE IN THE UNIT! The Subscriber respectfully beg* 1 cere thanks to bis numerous friends very liberal support lie has received yearn, uiui solicits a continuation of despatch by which his passengers h auil the promptness in which his have been paid at the different Banl sell'a suillrient guarantee to the put forinance of any future contracts ei The following REGULAR Li which sail punctually on their app< passengers will be brought out wi poii tm'<'t, vii:— I ENRY CLAY, Captain Nye, Januaiyb, May 6, (September 6; fro June2l, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captai New York January U, May 11, Sep Feb’y 26, June 2b, October 26. SHERIDAN, Captain Cornish, i Jan. 26, May 2b, September 26; from July 11, November U. PATRICK HENRY, Captain De York Feb’y 6, J tine 6, October 6; froi Jnlv 21, November 21. VIRGINIAN, Captain Allen, sails 11, June 11, October 11; from Liverp November 26. GARRICK, Captain Trask, sails l J 6, June 2b, Oc...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

P\V. BYRNES & < 0 • AND LIVERPOOL EMIG P. VV. BYRNES & CO. t of liver informing the public of the United Si tinue to dispatch a line of first class I New York, on the Ist, Oth, 11th, loth month; and on the and 2thh lor the Bth and 20th to Boston, and at si limore; also to New Orleans during by Huv of which lines parties cun on to be brought out without disappoin being the oldest and largest estublis ger trade in Liverpool, and having I ofa direct Agency in the United Stat placing within the power of the friei coining out, the imtnediatecorrespoi table establismnent, from whom th tion und favor towards their relat country. P: W. BYRNES & CO. offer mat sengers which no others have altemi niuuication by their ships from lrel as they have, invariably, vessels dti Dublin, Cork, Waterford, Belfast i which means emigrants Vrc saved i Dense, by being slnpped at their ov That of being landed in any of the pot which ships trude from Liverpool, co...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 19 December 1846

fJVAPSCOTT’S GENERAL EMIGRATION OF- *- hICES, 7 5 South strict, corner of Maiden Lane) New York.and 00 W aterloo ltoad, Liverpool. Arrangements for 1 S Hi. In calling attention to their arrangements lor 1646, the subscribers cannot but express the pleasure they feel in acknowledging the unexampled sucuess they have met with during the past year, and beg to assure their friends and the public ofthe United States and Canada, that the same untiring industry and marked attention to the comfort ol'those entrusted to their care for tlie purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which have gained for their House such wide spread popularity will be their constant study to sustain. The Lines fur which the subscribers are Agents consists of the New Line of Livehpool Packets, viz: (tUEK.v ok the W est, (newM 1250 tons burthen, Capt. P. Woodhouse, sails from New York, .Inn 21st, May 21st, Sent 21st; from Liverpool, March 6th, duly 6th, Nov 6th. Sheridan, lluo tons, Capt. G. B. Cornish, fro...

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