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Letters of Smith O’Brien to THE LANDED PROPRIETORS OF IRELAND. LETTER II. TENURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Letters of Smith O’Brien to THE LANDED PROPRIETORS OF IRELAND. LETTER II. TENURE. My Lords and Gentlemen.— ln my last letter I endevor'fed to demontrate that the measures hitherto adopted for the relief and employment of the poor are open to much objectiou, and that the aid of legislation is required to save the agririfltural classes of Ireland from Impending ruin, audits labouring population from pauperisation. Let us not, however, yield to reckless despondency. It is in vain to complain of the Past. The Future is ours—let us meet it with Courage aud Hope. We have no right to expect that the sudden destruction of the food of many millions should be wholly unproductiveof inconvenience. If borne with fortitude and wisdom, this national chastisement may become productive of consequences the most beneficial.. In reviewing the manifestations of opinion w hich the present exigency has called forth, it appears to me that there has been too great a disposition to place reliance upon someon...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPERS. THE PILOT. SATURDAY. JANUARY 2. 184?. “In qua, tandem,urbe,hoc homines stultissimidisputant} n We made some remarks on this subject last week. We noticed the extravagant views entertained by pseudo reformers, with reference to the religious press. We expressed our surprise at the language held forth by the New York Freeman'’s Journal ; and we promised to examine the anomalous position assumed by that paper. The Freeman says of itself—“ Our first object is the propagation and vindication of the Holy Roman Catholic Church.” VV e do not stop to inquire whether the Church, by her own proper evidences, is not the best vindicator of herself. We leave the matter of vindication out of the question; and we proceed to consider the Freeman as professing to propagate the Church. That is the commission of the Apostles, the very work of the Apostleship; and it is not delegated without an assurance of special divine assistance “All power is given unto me in heaven and earth,”...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MR. BROWNSON’S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

MR. BROWNSON’S LECTURE. The writer of this article lost a rich intellectual treat, by not hearing the magnificent oration of Rev. James O’Reilly upon a late important occasion. Nothing but extreme sickness could have justified such a sacrifice. However, the loss was in some degree made up by the very full report of that sublime preelection which was communicated to us by one whose intimate acquaintance “with the essences and elemental ingredients necessary to constitute the materia for lectures, both •literary, philosophical, and scientific,” fully qualified him for the task. When we mean to say something big, we do it without any conscience; we have no remorse, but go to the very end of time, and space; and in the present instance, having determined to praise Mr. Brownson’s lecture, we will say this about it, that it was better than Rev. James O’Reilley’s. Let not the reader he startled. We do not mean to say that Mr. B. possesses “that calibre of intellect, those varied acquiremen...

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

THE NEW YEAR. It is an old, inveterate custom, at the beginning of any temporal period, to indulge in glowing anticipations of great and good changes to be realized before its end. Accordingly, at the beginning of the year, the newspapers teein with prophesies of tnilleuiums, revolutions, potato revulsions, &.c., Sto., which must infallibly come, or if they don’t, be very near coming in the course of it. Doubtless, our patrons expect that we should observe the lawful custom, and speculate loftily about the year 1847. Well, then, with respect to the Union, we apprehend that our national course will be more difficult and complicated at the end than the beginning of this year. Most likely, we shall, by that time, have conquered territory for annexation to our Federal body. If the inhabitants accede to annexation, all will be well; but if not, anew question comes up for decision, a new question to us, but not anew one to the world at large—the old question of conquest and do...

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LE PROPAGATEUR CATHOLIGUE AND THE PROTESTANT TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

LE PROPAGATEUR CATHOLIGUE AND THE PROTESTANT TELEGRAPH. We were much flattered by the compliment which our respectable contemporary, the Propagateur, pays to our fidelity as translators. He gives some advice to the Protestant Telegraph; hut, alas! in this mortal state (we don’t mean Massachusetts, but the great federal state of humanity) no man can tell what may happen while the mail travels from New Orleans to Boston. The advice comes too late: the Telegraph is at rest; its wires are cut; its electricity has gone down by some lightning conductor to the bowels of the earth: to sjwak without a figure, it is as dead as Julius Caesar. It,departed this life last week; and even the ghost Qf it cannot return; for the Christian Alliance and Family Visitor has got all its subscribers, that is to say, all that are left of them, and swallowed up the whole concern. Peace to its manes. It lived, just to oblige us, till we had fairly caught it in that affair about the Propagateur, and then it di...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

ITEMS. The Pennsylvania regiment of Volunteers has orders to proceed directly to Point Isabel. Four men, in the employ of J. T. Cahill, on the Vermont and Massachusstts Railroad, about one half mile above the centre of Fitchburg, named Arthur Spring, James Spring, James Hurley, and John Sullivan, were instantly killed, 21st. ult., by the falling in of the embankment, while at work. It is stated in a foreign paper that eighty Jews, headed by the Rabbi, arrived recently at Warsaw, to request the governor to allow them to retain their costume, but they were taken to the police, their beards shaved off and their long hair cut and then sent away. They were afterwards compelled to pay the barber’s bill. * The election for Mayor and Aldermen in Savannah, on the 7in ult., resulted in the success of the whig ticket by an average majority of about 140. Henry K. Burroughs is re elected Mayor. Five hundred and eighty-two wagons were ferried over the Mississippi river at Burlington, Jowa, during...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Business JDcp THE BOSTON 18 PRINTED AND PCBLISIIED DY ' PATRICK DOSTJ On every Saturday morning, at No Washington Street, Bostc TERMS... .s2.so—if paid withi the time of subscribing—otherwise $ $1.50 for six months. Four ITT No paper discontinued until al E? Letters not post-paid (except f released from tfie Post-office. We publish the following for the b< many of whom do not send proper rt Post Office, , To the Post Master at Boston:— Sir—l have this day received $— the “ Boston Pilot,” with which I hi my accounts with the Government, i er an order on you for the amount, w pay on presentation. The following is a convenient fori quisite to be sent, simultaneously, to Received $ for subscriptions from which I have deducted one per ( self with the amount thus paid to me the Government. The Post Masti the same to tile Publisher, on the pr< O’ Cornelius McC. Delani is reqi office without delay, an account of p and for which he has made no rel him a week to do so. F...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

Our New Volu i We commence to-day the of the Pilot. In doing so, frain from returning silicon numerous patrons for their warm support. They tna that we shall preserve the i ing course that has market since the Pilot came under To our nine thousand pat thirty thousand readers, wf New-Year ! NOTICES OF B 0( Dunigan’s Home Librj The Elder's House, or the < One of the very neatly go fiction published by, probi enterprising Catholic book rica. It appears to lie evei the former numbers of the Sadlier’s Illustrate Butler’s Lives of the S. is published with a fine e Ignatius Loyola. The Layman’s Offerii Magazine, edited by C Cannon. This is anew n appears on the first day of be continued monthly, and character. It is an atteinp demand for religious and jectionable literature whit adverted to as springing u lie community. Its edit* achieved a reputation in the and it proposes to secure tl of talented writers. Th promises well} and we si success. Chambers’ Encyclopjei Literature. P...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

TO OL.D COr\TK Y MEN’. HARXDEH hr ttYs TASSbXG Eli arrangements FOR 184 6. HARNDLN & CO. will continue to grant Passaic Certiticilles Horn Europe to the United States. Persons in America, wishing to send to Europe for their Jriends, can purchase of the Subscribers a Passage Certiflcate, which will enable the emigrant to leave Liverpool lor New York on the Ist, (ith, llth, Itith, *Jlst ami 2oth*, and Liverpool for Boston on the sth and liOth ol every month, 1 v the best Packet (shins. When Passage Certificates are purchased of us, our House in Liverpool will write and inform the Passenger what day to Be ready, thereby preventing the loss of a single day in Liverpool, where Passengers will be under our protection till the Slny sails. On their turivtd in New \ ork or Boston, we will forward them to their friends in any part of the United States, thus protecting the emigrant front all the wrongs and vexations frauds, xvhicl. hav eretolore been imposed upon them. __ .. The Su...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

JMcMI URAY S ART • POK 1847. OLDEST Es SALE OFFICE IN TIIE UNITE The Stlbscrfoer respectfully begs le cere thanks to his numerous friends! very liberal support he has received f< years, and sulicits a continuation oft despatch by which his passengers ha and the promptness in which his v have been paid at the different Banks self a sufficient guarantee to the publi formance of anv future contracts enf The following REGULAR Lit which sail punctually on their appoii passengers will be brought out witl point meet, vig : — HENRY CLAY, Captain Nye, sa January 6, May (i, September 6; fron June2l. October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captnin New York January 11, May 11, Sept’ Feb’y 26, June 26, October 26. SHERIDAN, Captain Cornish, sr Jan. 26, May 26, September 26; from July 11, November 11. PATRICK HENRY, Captain Deli York Feb’y 6, June 6, October 6; from Julv 21, November 21. VIRGINIAN, Captain Allen, .sails 11, June 11, October 11; from Liverpe November 26. GARRICK, Captain Trask, sa...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

PW. BVRNES & CO • AND LIVERPOOL EMIL P. VV. BYRNES & CO., ofLivei informing ihe public of the United S tinue to dispatch a line of first class New York, on the Ist, 6th, llth, lull month; and on the 12th ami a6th lor tile Bth and 2uth«to Boston, and at s timore; also to New Orleans durim by any of which lines parties can eii to be brought out without disappoin being the oldest and largest establi; ger trade in Liverpool, ami having l of a direct Agency in the United Slai placing within the power of the trie coining out, the immediatecorrespoi table estahlisnment, from whom tli tion and tiivor towards their relai country. P. VV. BYRNES & CO. offer ma: sengers which no others have attem municatiou by their ships from Irel as they have, invariably, vessels dt Dublin, Cork, Waterford, Belfast which means emigrants are saved i peuse, by being shipped at their ov that of being landed in any of the poi which ships trade from Liverpool, cost as direct to ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

riIAPSCOTT’S GENERAL E X FICES, 7 5 South street, coni' New York, and 96 Waterloo Hoad, I. menu for ISI 6. In calling attent meats for lb4f>, the subscribers cam pleasure they feel in acknowledging oess they have met with during the p assure their friends and the public, of tl Canada, that the same untiring industi lion to the comfort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the j gained for their House such wide sprei their constant study to sustain. The subscribers are Agents consists of the Kit root. Packets, viz-. Queen of the West, (new\, 12.31 P. IVoodhouse, sails from New York, Sept 21st; from Liverpool, March 6th, Sheiiidan, UUO tons, Capt. G. R. Cos Jan 2tith, May 26th, Sept 26th; from Li July 11th, Nov lltli. Rochknteu, llKK) tons, Capt. John York l'eb 21st, June 21st, Oct 21st; fri 6th, Aug 6th, l)cc 6th. Gakuick, 1100 tons, Copt. B. J. 11. \ Feb 26th, June 26th, Oct26tli; from Li Aug 11th, Dec Uth. Hottinocer, 1150 tons, Capt. Ira Bi March 21st, Jul...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 January 1847

PW. BYRNES & CO.’S • FOB 1840. The Subscriber! known to the travelling public, conti sengers to every part of the lluitec America. The public may real assured that commodious despatch of passengers, not surpassed by any other house engi We have eilicient, careful and res the important sea-ports in Ireland, w tention and information to passenger* lay and disappointment. Our Agent in Boston is I*. MOONEY, 2 7 F Next l)oo ANDREW MARK <fc SON, L< P. W. BYRNES & CO., BO Wv The Subscriber will secure pai terms, from the following places, viz-. Liverpool, Dublin, Derry, Cork, Limerick, Newrv, Coleruine, Wexford, He solicits a continued share of th wishing their friends brought to Amei self to spare no pains to secure every Drafts at sight for the accommodu several of the principal towns. di9 Roche, brothers & MENTS FOR 1847. Rem sage to and from Great Britain undi Ball, or Old Line oj Liverpool Backet York and Liverpool on the Ist a...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 9 January 1847

BOSTON PILOT. PATRICK DON' AIIOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT- LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GODS, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. ( OFFICE, I No. 1, Spuing Lane. $2.5(J::::3u TV&uancc. Bos ton, Sat urban, 3a nit avu 3, 1357. bolume 13::::Nci. 2.

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THE LEAFLESS TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 9 January 1847

THE LEAFLESS TREE. BY DR. STEPHENSON. Written fur the. Boston Pilot . The leafless tree ! the leafless tree! How lone it looks ’mid yonder lea ? The reverenced relic of former pride, ’Tis the drooping glory of nil beside— The trunk is sapless, each branch is bare, Oh ! what a lesson for man is there 1 It moves the heart in its slow tkeav, As it tells of the glory that’s passed away. The leafllcss tree ! —1 love to gaze On this withering wreck of its happier days - , Unscathed it stood for many an age, The shivering shock of the tempest’s rage, And mauy a summer’s sheen Dazzled upon its coat of green. Still true to its greatness, it braves the blast, But the blossom und bloom are forever past. Oh ! the leafless tree 1 the leafless tree 1 There’s none in the forest so dear to me, For it tells of the days ere the henrt grew cold ; And it whispers a tale of the times «t old. And for this I love the leafless tree, That looks so lone amid yonder lea.

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REMEMBER THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 9 January 1847

REMEMBER THE POOR. The great mass of society know but lit- ! tie, very little, of the wants, the privations, and the sufferings of the poor —the j lack of decent shelter, comfortable cloth- j ing, and wholesome food. The ‘well-to-do’ portion of community have hut a very ! insufficient knowledge of the sufferings o r ; the indigent. Many, very many, of those J who are really needy have too acute sen- | sibilities to ask charity, even when they j are confident that it would be bestowed by j a bountiful and beneficent hand. A deli- i cacy of feeling naturally exists which de- ! ters the real objects of charity from asking j alms until driven to it by dire necessity— j till the gnawings of hunger cannot longer I be borne, or the sufferings from lack of proper clothing, and comfortable shelter, | are past endurance. The parsimonious j and unfeeling may say that we have poor- J houses, established and maintained for the I purpose of taking care of the poor, and i they should go there if t...

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ENGLISH SYMPATHY FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 9 January 1847

ENGLISH SYMPATHY FOR IRELAND. Tle London Tablet has an able article on tic affairs of Ireland, from which we make the following extract:— “V'hile Ireland was dead, while the mind of her people was enslaved, it mattered ittle what latent type or image of law la’ buried there. A reign of terror swulloved up all types, and compelled the conqured country to exist and breathe with difficulty under an arbitrary Government fted to it from without by external and anfficinl ligatures, and connected with the peole governed by no internal principie of gowth and life; by no junction of nerves,reins, arteries, l»ones and muscles 1 mouldig the Government and the governed iro one healthy and vigorous body politic. This vis all very possible so long as the mind of "eland was dormant; so long as it was enslved; so long as it consented to follow tfe behests of its stern master. While t-s was the case an opportunity was offered to England of trying her skill and power to make Ireland English; of absor...

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Description of Cracow. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 9 January 1847

Description of Cracow. The following striking description is taken from the recent work of M. Xavier M armier:— “ Cracow is a city, the aspect of which is at once ma jestic and painful to contemplate. It is the cradle of a monarchy, and the tomb of a nation ; the town in which kings were crowned, arid where they are now buried; the capital of a powerful empire, and the powerless head of a narrow district; the first page of a heroic epoch, and the last line of a disastrous history. It is a monument of splendour and nothingness. Nature adds to these contrasts by her freshness and brightness. Approaching Cracow from Warsaw, nothing meets the eye but a large green valley, fertile as the Touraine in France, and strewed with trees as in Normandy. The Vistula waters it, meandering amongst golden crops; and at the horizon are seen the varied lines of those great chains of mouirtains which spread from the Black Sea to the Danube. In the middle vast valley rise the Gothic peaks of the churche...

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