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Miraeulous Cure—The Abbess of Minsk. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Miraeulous Cure—The Abbess of Minsk. L’ABBE CHAR EL." The Uaivcrs (French paper) of the 22nd of November contains the following remarkable intelligence:— , “We have received the following letter from M. rAbbe Charnel, and we hasten to communicate it to our readers: ‘Rome, November 12th, 1846. Mr. Editor, —God, who is fond of glorifying His faithful servants, has, in His infinite mercy, deigned to grant to the prayers of the mother Mnckrina, that courageous Abbess of Minsk, of whom you have several times spoken to your readers, a cure of which I think it'useful to inform you ; for the Holy Ghost says it, Opera Dei rcvelare et conjiteri honorificum est. The facts are as follows: — A young French priest, M. I’AbW Blaupin, a missionary of the congregation of Sainl~Qa;ur de Marie, to the negroes of the island of Bourbon, had for two years completely lost his voice, in consequence of his apostolical labours. Last summer he came to Rome‘in the hopes of recovering in the climate of Italy th...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Irish Music. Montreal, L. C., December, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Irish Music. Montreal, L. C., December, 1846. To the Editor of the Jioston Pilot : My Dear Sir, — I have rend this day with sadness, in your talented journal of the 12th December, a lengthened report of a “Lecture on Music,” delivered on the 2d, in the Masonic Temple, Boston, by the Rev. Dr. Wilson. As that lecture was delivered (1 presume) before the Young Catholics’ Friend Society, and as its substance appeared in your journal, it becomes a subject of interest to all Catholics and to all Irishmen. This lecture (as published in your pa-, per) affords one more evidence of the per-; verted system of literary education which is administered in the schools and colleges j of the United States and of Canada and England. Six hundred years of persecution, of calumny, of suppression of truth, of sneers and ridicule, have done their work upon the fame and literature of unfortunate Ireland! for, alas! no “Doctor,” j no “Professor” can be found in any of the literary institutions of the presen...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Ireland. THE SECESSION—THE ROTUNDO MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Ireland. THE SECESSION—THE ROTUNDO MEETING. We continue the report of the meeting of the Seceders from onr last:— Mr. Harding moved the following resolution : “ itesoived—Tiiat Gatling in this report, ax well as in Me letters, speeches, anti other documents recently piuiished by the Association, a reiteration ol a charge w.iich many ol' ns have emphatically repudiated—namely that the Secedera sought to Involve the Association, <»r their confederates, in an unconstitutional, daneernus, nr.d bloody atrugle—we taXe this opportunity of lecturing before God and our country, that this imputation is utterly unfounded. 1 ’ Mr. Dillon rosp to second the motion, and was received with loud cheers. He said—ln the invitation which the committee were kind enough to send me, requesting my attendance at this meeting, they state that they could not look on while persons whom they believed to have deserved well of the country were assailed, without affording them an opportunity of defendin...

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The Church. ROME—PIUS THE NINTH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

The Church. ROME—PIUS THE NINTH. We ( Dublin Freeman ) translate the following from the *lmi de la Religion: Rome, Nov. 15. The jubilee that the Pope generally grants on the occasion of his taking possession, will commence at Rome on the Second Sunday of Advent, and will continue until the fourth. The clergy will prepare for it by a general retreat, the exercises of which will begin on the 20th of this month. The secular and regular clergy will each have their exercises separately. Cardinal Fenetti, whose apostolical zeal and oratorical talent are exhibited, will preach the retreat of the secular clergy; the regular clergy will have for preacher the most learned and most eloquent orator of Rome, Father Ventura. It is thus that the elevated piety of Pius IX., provides for the spiritual necessities of the faithful, at the same time that his wisdom is occupied with measures which will contribute to the well-being of his subjects. The envoy extraordinary of Russia, Count Bludoff, was re...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

General Intelligence. Probability of another Battle. One of the New Orleans Picayune’s army correspondents says:—“lt is now conceded by the officers of our army general- ; ly, that.the Mexicans will fight. San Luis Potosi is in a strong state of defence, and is being strengthened still more, and it may be that the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca, and those of Monterey, were but specimens of what may occur before Sar. Luis. Officers believe that a harder fight than any one yet is before them. San Louis Potosi is one of the richest cities in all Mexico, being directly in the mining districts, and you may depend upon it the Mexicans will make the big stand there.” Important Notice. W riling on Newspapers. l'he Postmaster General has issued a circular to Deputy Postmasters, directing them to remove the wrappers from all transeient newspapers, printed circulars,price currents, pamphlets and magazines, received at the respective offices, and if found to contain any manuscript or memorandu...

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BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The Association held its monthly meeting on Monday evening. The Hall was completely crowded. The time of the meeting was entirely occupied with business. Messrs McCaffrey and Slevin offered twenty dollars from ward 10, which had been collected by them as volunteer wardens. The amount was accompanied by a declaration from the subscribers to the effect that the money was contributed as an acknowledgment of the wisdom of the moral force policy, and a testimony of confidence in O’Connell. It was proposed that the money should be received and the declaration forwarded to Conciliation Hall. The motion was opposed by Messrs. McGoorty, McGarry, and Tucker, and Walsh, on the ground that the declaration reflected on the regular wardens of the tenth ward. Mr. D. W. O’Brien supported the motion. He had himself contributed to the amount. He had understood that difficulties had existed in the ward, that the regular wardens, were not very successful; and if wholesouled v...

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OGDENSBURGH, N. Y. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

OGDENSBURGH, N. Y. The thousand Isles of Green>—Bill Johnson—His beautiful Daughter , the ‘ Queen of the Isles’ — Politics — Mooney the Historian, <Sre., >$-c. To the Editor of the Boston Pilot: Dear Sir, — Being fully aware of the extensive circulation of your valuable paper, it affords us a great deal of pleasure to give occasionally (in our plain style) to your numerous readers, a partial discription of matters and things in these parts. He who has trodden upon the classic shores of Italy, and wandered among its tottering monurrtents, no doubt, has viewed with admiration, the romantic appearance of that lovely land. But who will traverse the decks of a steamer, and as he glides along, view, with unspeakable delight, the mighty works of nature, that will not ! at once proclaim this place to be the most j romantic looking spot on the face of the iearth. There are many incidents connected J with those Islands, which afford to the j author, well found...

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ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

ROME. Thursday, the 29th of October, during a heavy fall of rain, and without any one being aware of it, the Pope, accompanied solely by some officials and prelates of his establishment, proceeded in the morning from the palace of the Quirinal to the 13asillica of St. Peter. Private devotion was the object of this pious pilgrimage. Pius IX. desired, without any show of state, to celebrate mass in*the subterranean chapel of the “ Confession,” on the tomb of the glorious apostles. It is in prayer and in the retirement of the most venerated sanctuaries that the august Pontiff loves to meditate before God on the great things to which he is manifestly called ; it is thither he habitually proceeds to derive his inspirations, and the strength necessary to accomplish them. At the moment his Holiness ascended the altar, Dr. Newman, who had arrived the previous evening at Rome, entered St. Peter’s likewise for the first time. What a remarkable meeting ! The celebrated neophyte fulfilling a pi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

BOA (iOKRS W ANTED. A tew genteel Boarders can be accommodated with good board and comfortable lodgings, in the new Brick House, (rear of Milton Place', by MRS. GREEN d2o DOOR SPRINGS. Another lot of those celebrated Invisible Door Springs have just been received by the Agent. They will be put on and warranted to give satisfaction, or the money will be refunded. Apply to J. T. CARTER, Agent, Daily Mail Office, lti State street. For sale at most of the hard ware stores. j!>—St m store, Ao. Boston. HOLIDAY PRESENTS* A great variety of elegantly bound Books, suitable for Christmas and New Year’s Presents, just received at the Pilot BookSpring Lane, near Washington street, dl9 X OST. Taken front the house of James Wise, corner of Northampton st. and Harrison Avenue, on theeveniug of November 94, while engaged in aSocial Ball, an Overcoat of dark mi\ed Tweed, with light blue lining and silk limited collar. The person who took it will confer a particular favor on the owner by r...

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Poet's Comer. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Poet's Comer. J. 8., an Irish peasant, sends us a long account in poetry of an accident he met with, last summer, on an engineering expedition from Hartford to Springfield. We must make room for the conclusion, if it were only for the sake of Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, and their colored lass: — “1 was next conveyed up to the hotel, Where my wound was dressed and I treated well, ' ’Tis kept by Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, Who in their humanity a stranger helps. They knew 1 was poor and low in station, And expected no extra compensation. It would be ingratitude, were 1 to pass The great civility of his colored lass; Her proffered service I appreciate, And doth grateful feelings in my soul create; Tor good deeds performed with an equal flame, By black or white should have been prized the same. I think kinder tratment I never met before, It could scarce be rivalled on the Irish shore, Where hospitality doth surely dwell, As some historians for truth can tell; And this kind treatment will not forgotte...

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LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

LINES. F. B. R. Writttn for the Boston Pilot Tis sweet to hear the ocean’* murmuring roll, When midnight shrouds the earth in gloomy pall; ’Tis sweet (o listen to the echoing toll, Of distant bells at silent evening’s fall; ’Tis sweet to hear the woodlark’s blithesome note, When morning’s beams illume the eastern sky, And mark the joyous warbler graceful float, In ether’s space, the bird of melody; ’Ti« sweet to mark a yacht upon the sea, Careering gladly o’er the waters blue, When gilded skies are beaming beauteously, Leading the “thing of life” their own bright hue. ’Tis sweet to hear the sailor’s carol rude, As swelling breezes bear him to his home; He gladly leaves the solemn solitude Of sky and water for the well lov’d one. ’Tis sweet when alter years of care an I wo, We hear the accents of the triends we prized ; Joy smiles on all, no longer tears o’erflow The maiden’s cheek for her own idolized. ’Tis sweet to view the mother’s first caress, As nestling in her bosom’s soft ret...

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Correspondence. EX-PRIEST HOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Correspondence. EX-PRIEST HOGAN. . Merrimack, Ms., Dec. 21st, 1846. F. Donahoe, Esa.: Sir, —Asa subscriber to your paper, I take the liberty to inform you that ex-priest Hogan has been at Ins dirty work in this place. On Friday, the 18th December, handbills were freely circulated throughout the city that he was io lecture on Popery and Auricular Confession, at Concert Hall; also stating that he was a member of the Georgia Bar, of which he would produce certificates from .lodges Law and Wayne; 12£ cents for admission to defray light and room expenses'. Myself being in Savannah before and after iMr. Hogan, and being well acquainted with all his transactions whilst in that city, and some of them I would be ashamed to particularize to you at present, was resolved to go to the meeting and oppose him. Accordingly 1 apprised some of my countrymen of it, and about thirty of us went there. The room was elegantly j lighted, and an abundance of stoves well fired up. There were about eighty res...

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THE WAR-RELIEF FOR IRELAND, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

THE WAR-RELIEF FOR IRELAND, &C. ALPHA. The following letter of our correspondent did not reach us until our paper was printed last week. We cannot accopnt for the delay. Washington , Dec. 20th, 1846. The Mexican war is still the burthen of the political song and various are tlte speculations as to its final result. Treasure and blood have both been lavishly spent in its prosecution, and we hope the day is not far distant, when these two sister Republics will again be encircled by the rainbow of peace. But, whilst in common with every lover of humanity, we indulge this pleasing hope, we do not wish to be understood as regarding this war, as an act of aggression on the part of the United States. We would not either by word or deed assist in placing this foul stigma upon our country’s fame. To others we leave the inglorious task, contenting ourselves with the belief that impartial history will award “a true verdict on the case,” and that posterity will sancuon the decision....

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CHE V P CA.THOEIC B MURPHY, Printer, Publisher setter, No. ITS Market-street, Hall call I fie attention of die Catholics of the following list of new and cheap ms own publication. These wo in his own ollice, under his iminedit tendence—are distinguished for their and general neatness, doth as regard binding. They may be had in even elegant gilt bindings, wholesale an accommodating terms. NEW WORKS JI’ST PUDI New American Catholic Novel, Pa of real life, by John 1). Bryant, esq. This works unites in an eminent i dents with useful instruction. Tlirot ceived and ahly sustained, the ant cachings of the Catholic church in talculated to correct the errors and p eer adversaries would obscure her pri h Pauline and little Marie, the readei reply interested, and in following many bitter trials, will be made fain tency and strengh of Catholic dogma consolation of Catholic devotions, work is u convert to Catholicity, at past experience and associations, w difficulties with Protestants in relnti...

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The Following of Christ, in four added Practical Reflections and a each chapter. A .Manual of Catholic Melodies, hymns, anthems, psalms, Ir-c., with devotional exercises for the ordinary piety and worship. A Manual of Catholic Melodies, I abridged for the use of schools, if c. A Short Introduction to the Art o of private learners. The Rosary of the lllessed Virgin. A Brief Explanation of the Ceremo: The Secular’s Oillce, or appropriat day in the week, &c.. <tc. Concilia Proviaciula, Uulliinori h Ustine ad qnnmn IS4U. Concilium Provinciple Baltimorem atino 1543 to matcli Concilia Provinc: Compendium Rilualis Romani, a Province, Haltimorensis jnssu Conci morensis iii., approbaute SS. I>. N. 1 edition. Excerpta Ex Rituali Romano, pro cramentoruru, ad Commodiorem Mis sum (Provinoiae lialtimornnsis, list Concilia Uallimoreu iii.. approbaute PP. XVI. Pastorai Letters of the Provincial and lS4t>. PRAYER HOO Christian’s Guide to Heaven, or e Exer...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Notices of this kind inserted four times for SI INFORMATION AVAN TED. Of JOHN BRYAN, a native of Kcllay, county Cork. When last heard from, (about a year ago', he was in the State of New York. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, Patrick Bryan, addressed to him in care of Mr. John Flynn, No. 103 Broad street, Boston, Ms. dU—4tlf Of MICHAEL KIRWAN, a native of co. Kildare, parish of Nurney. When last heard from, (two years ago), he was at one Thomas Collins’ in Baltimore, Md. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received be Foley, addressed to him in care of Mr. John Flynn, Peter I . No. 40 Endicott street, Boston, Ms. d2B—4tlT Of JOHN GRAY, co. J.eitrhn, parish of Kiltonhert. When last heard from he was in New York city, and lelt there for New Oleans last September. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, Michael Gray, Lexington, Ky. d26 Of PATRICK GavaN, who formerly lived between Westport and New...

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Spirit of the Press. ANNIHILATION OF CRACOW AS AN INDEPENDENT STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Spirit of the Press. ANNIHILATION OF CRACOW AS AN INDEPENDENT STATE. The great robbers of human rights are. at their execrable work again.’ The “Anarchs of the North,” not content with the spoliation of an ancient monarchy, reappear on the public stage of Europe to annihilate the last remnant of Polish independence, in violation of the solemn sanction of treaties—of public morality and public law. • They had long rested from their work of plunder. The spirit of the ! Holy Alliance was encountered by the j spirit of liberty in Western Europe, and ' the despots paused in their anxiety to enchain whatever survived of freedom and i independence after the last war. They : are again fresh for the work of absorption, j and without any intimation, except their own sovereign will, the free city of Cracow is to become part and parcel of an Austrian despotism. • The sovereign w'reckers took advantage of the coolness between France and England to consummate this act of international piracy. Whe...

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DISTRESS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

DISTRESS IN IRELAND. From the. London Morning Herald— Tory Payer. It is well known that there are large estates in Ulster in the possession of certain companies of the City of London. Those companies have hitherto been favourable amongst Irish landlords in the administration of their property. That, however, is, after all, but little praise. Corporations are expected to he above the inducements of self-interest or the compulsion of individual poverty and necessity. Personal pique against a tenant may rise in the breast of one landlord, but cannot pervade a guild at the distance of five hundred miles; and though several of the worshipful companies reserve in their leases the rights of hawking and hunting, we never heard that their worships had donned cords, tops, and scarlet, or that infringement of the game laws provoked them to oppress. It is on account of this absence of individual interest that more is expected of these companies—and justly expected,than of landlords, whose vario...

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