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FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. A vessel arrived at New Orleans on the Ist with news from Brazos to Dec. il, three days later than before received. On the 15th Dec. Gen. Taylor left Monterey for Victoria (as before stated), and on the 16th an express was received there from Gen. Worth at Saltillo, stating that Santa Anna was within three day’s march of that place with 20,000 to 80,000 men, and asking reinforcements. By our last accounts an express to the same purport reached Brazos on the 241 h from Gen. Patterson. Gen. Butler, who was left in command at Monterey, had sent to Gen. Marshall at Camargo and Gen. Patterson at Montemorales to send troops without delay, and the lutter started at once for Monterey.— Montemoiales is a small town about 45 miles from Monterey on the the road to Tampico. There was a report that Gen. Patterson had entered Victoria, but this was doubted. The road from Monterey to Camargo was lined with troops en route for Monterey, in all four regiments, and stirring news...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

ITEMS. On Sunday, 27th ult., at Duncansville, Pa., the roof of the Baptist meeting-house was entirely lifted off, and the western gable end blown in. Mrs. BHrbank was badly cut under her chin and her body much bruised; her daughter had her left arm broken; Mr. Stover’s daughter had her ankle fractured. Miss Malinda Staley was severely injured. The ship Monmouth cleared at Baltimore on the 2d inst., for London, with 12,000 bushels of corn uud upwards of 6,000 bbls of flour. It is said that upwards of five hundred printers have volunteered during the war with Mexico. There are thirty in one regiment. The Friends of Ireland in Washington City gave a grand Ball, in the Odd Fellow’s Saloon, on Monday, 4th inst., the proceeds of which are to be sent to Ireland, for the relief of the sufferers in that unfortuuate country. Among the managers we notice the Mayor of the City (Mr. Seaton), the Clerk of the House of Representatives(Mr.French) Mr. Coleman of the National Hotel, Lieut. Maury: Mr....

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPERS. The other week, we wrote on this subject. Our remarks were culled forth by the strange position assumed by the New York Freeman’s Journal. That paper has proved its inability to disprove our remarks, by writing a long article in the way of reply, without attempting to disprove them. He quotes a passage in which we illustrated the absurdity of his assumption “to propagate the Church,” by means of a newspaper; and denounces it as profane. That is what we would have him remark: his own assumption led to profanity, by a direct course of argument. As for us, we are at liberty to expose the absurdity, and blasphemy too, if we please, which may be deduced from the false premises of an opponent; and so long as we do it fairly, he has no right to complain; but we may very well reproach him with putting the necessity upon us. The only thing bearing the most distant resemblance to argument, he has to advance, is a cavil against our quotation from scripture, because he did...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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RESPONSE TO THE APPEAL FROM IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

RESPONSE TO THE APPEAL FROM IRELAND. A meeting of the collectors &c, as notified in our last, was held in Mr. W. Farren’s, Endicott si., on the evening of Tuesday, sth insi. Mr. James Devive in the chair. The Secretary read the minutes of the last meeting which was unanimously adopted. The collectors from the different sections of the city and suburbs gave in thrir reports, which were examined; and the work goes bravely on; and, so far, reflects the highest possible praise on both the collectors and subscribers. It was proposed and unanimously agreed to, that the arrangements and divisions of the city, the uames'of the collectors, Ac., be inserted in the Boston Pilot. It appeared in last week’s paper, with such alterations as were considered necessary, viz: Ist Section—All north of City Hay Scales on a line with the New Market-house—James Canny, John M’Kinuey, W. Farren, Chas. Farren, J. Doherty. 2nd.*All west of Tremout Row including Beacon st. —John Harkins, John Boner...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

BOSTON. January 6th, 1847. Mr. Editor, —The subscriber anxious< that no hard working man should be deprived of his hard earned rights, would respectfully ask a corner in your valuable journal, in relation to a certain P. B. Burke & Cos., quondam emigrant agents,, &.C., in State street. Having heard that a large number of persons have been used by said Burke in the same manner as the subscriber, I thought it would be conferring an act of charity to apprise those sending to the old country, of the manner in which I myself have been treated, at the same time, I hope that those persons who have been so used by Burke, will come forward and assist me to devise means, by which we can obtain our rights or redress. Yours, &c. John Tighe (Mechanic). Rear of No. 716 ) Wash, st., Boston. $ Remember that the collection in the Cathedral to-morrow, (Sunday) is to aid the Sisters of Charity, and the free school under their direction. Emigrants. From th...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

Business Department. THE BOSTON PILOT IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY TIJK 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 jiine of subscribing—otherwise $3 will be charged. $1.50 for six months. Four months $l. 1C No paper discontinued until all arrears are paid up) C Letters not post-paid (except from Agents) are no released from the Post-office. New Fork. The Pilot can be had of our agent, Mr. Henry Lloyd, 259 Mulberry st ; J. Murphy, 25th st., near St. Oolumba’s Church ; and, E. Carroll, 14 (ith Avenue.— Also, of George Dexter, Ann st.—wholesale and retail. 3t Cumberland t Md. To Mr. Michael M. Kearny, our former agent, we return our sincere thanks for his exertions in behalf of the Pilot. Brooklyn, N.Y. Among the many excellent agents on our books, we must not forget to mention Mr. Thomas O’Donnell of this place. Chicago, 111. Mr. John Breen, 89 Lake st., is autho...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

MARKETS. an * IS* Flour—lp bbl. cash. Alexandria 85.25; Bnltimore, Howard »t, 3.37; Fredericksburg 5.25; Genesee, com. 5.50; do. fancy brands 5.62; Georgetown, 5.37 (ft) 6.00; Michigan 5.37 (8) 5.41; 0hi05.12 <@5.50; Philadelphia 5.25; Richmond, canal, 5.37 Brighton Cattle Market — Monday, Jan. 11. At market 540 Cattle, 200 Stores, 6 pairs working Oxen, 2li Cows and Calves, 6000 Sheep, and 300 Swine. Prices. Beef Cattle-extra 85.75-fim Quality 5.25serend Quality 4.00 tS> 4.2s third, 3.50 66 4.00 Stcres—sales two year old 12 © 16. Working Oxen -sales were not noticed. Cows and Calves-Sales were made at 818,24, 28, 30, 32 © 35. Sheep—Lots taken at $1.33, 1.88, 2.50 © 3.50 Swine-Sales at wholesale 4 © s}c—at retail from sto 6 i® 61c. N.ls. Quite a number of Cattle and a large lot of Sheep remained uasold. COPARTNERSHIP. The Subscribers have this day formed a partnership under the firm of DANIEL SULLIVAN A CO. for the purpose of conducting the Stabling business at ...

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THE POOR SCHOLAR’S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

THE POOR SCHOLAR’S SONG. Oh! I’m a poor scholar. And scarce worth a dollar, But my heart is as light as my purse; And the mud that I peel From my oft cobbled heel Is my landed estate—and no worse. But oh! I’m a roamer Of Plato and Homer, Not a 6lave that for earthly dress delves; Intellectual ore Is the vain I explore, And the mines are yon worm eaten shelves. 1 pity, not curse, Him of surfeited purse, Who deems my worn sleeve is a sin; Like my books, : t will be found, That, though seedily bound, Still I’m illumined within. For the brow in its sweat fiver earthwards is set, Till the soul is a worm in the clay; But the toil of the brain Weans that soul from its chain Till it soar, like a falcon, away!

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THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS. BY F. A DURIVAGE. The drum and trumpet call to arms, The banner waves on high, And with its stripes and starry folds In beauty fills the eye. Old Massachusetts hears the call, And answers it with cheers— But who among the first respond? ’Tis the Irish Volunteers! Then hip! hip! hip! Hurrah! hurrah! For the Irish Volunteers. The lovely isle that gave them birth, They love as men should do; But to the land that welcomed them, Brave sons they’ll prove and true Against the levelled bayonet, Where death his form uprears, Who’ll farther press or firmer charge Than the Irish Voluuteersr Then hip! hip! hip! '*• Hurrah ! hurrah! For the Irish Volunteers. The spirit that in olden time The hostile Saxon quelled, And later, in fhe old “Brigade” The foes of France repelled, Shall shine beneath the stripes and stars, When e’er the foe appears, And win new glory for the name Of Irish Volunteers. Then hip! hip! hip! Hurrah! hurrah! For the Irish Volunteers. When pours the foe ...

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CINCINNATI, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

CINCINNATI, B. December 14, 1846. We are kept in hot water here, and continual scandalization, by rows and disclosures among our co-religionists, or antireligionists which you please, ot one denomination or another. There is a Rev. Mr. Gilmore of the Presbytesian sect, a disciple of the John Calvin and No Pope school, upon whose elect numskull the predestinated hands of the Presbytery were duly luid, according to the last prescribed formula, a short time ago, when he was set apart to preach the five points, and the rest of the shorter Catechism, in a new church in this city. No objections were made to his ordination; his ministry was considered acceptable; and all went on swimingly, till he proposed marriage to a neice of one of his church members. Then a row commenced: the killing of pigs for Cincinnati market.was nothing to it. He had been good enough for a pastor, but, it was thought, not good enough for a husband. Some thought differently, and among the rest, the fair popped to,...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

T .AW NOTICE. CHARLES STARK JLd NEWELL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and Commissioner to take Acknowledgments and proofs of Deeds, Ac., Ac., to be uaed in the States of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio. EDWARD YOUNG, ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Omens Nos. i) A lO Gray’s Building, No. 30 Cour tree!, Boston apt JOSEPH C. BYRON, Watch ir Clock Maker, informs his countrymen and (he public that the has commenced business at No. 5 Lewis st. -Jf.i.si iii«tnn | opposite the Sugar Refinery), nml hives uyslrict attention, punctuality ami moderate charges to merit their support. An assortment of Clocks, Jewelry, English lever, horizontal and verge Watches, which he will sell cheap tor cash. Clocks, Music Boxes, Jewelry, Repeating, Duplex, Lever, Horizontal, and Vertical Wadies repaired and warranted. Autgust 15th, IMS. aug22 DR, HYNDMAN, (late of Dublin,) has remov ■ ed from 75 Rneclaud street, to 49 Atkinson street Office hours from 7 to D, A. M.-, rum 1 to 3 : and from »:o 11, J*. M. MURP...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

TAPSCOTT’S GENERAL EMI*&*S>GRATIOy AND FOREIGN EX mAW-LcHANOE OFFICES, for Passages to-'*-*-™** and from and Remittances to all parts of England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, Germany and Switzerland, SO South street, New York, and 96 Waterloo Road, Liverpool. The subscribers hereby inform their friends and the public, that they will contract to bring out passengers from the old country in the following well known Lines of Packets, viz: The New Line of Liverpool Packets. » The Union Line of Liverpool Packets. • The St. George’s Line of Liverpool l'aaketa. The London Line of Packets. The Glasgow Line of Packets. John Barbe’s Commercial Line of Havro Packets. The New Orleans Line of Packets. And in addition, Focke Boult’s Commercial Line of Packets, sailing weekly from Liverpool to Boston direct. The ships comprising the above Lines are so well known that it is unnecessary to go into full particulars. Sullig it that they are equal to any iu their respective ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

WILLUMS At GUION’ PASSAGE OFFICE. ARRA 184(>. Postage from Gr eat Britain Subscribers bet leave to inform thosi ing for tlieir friemls, that tbejr have arrangements for the year IS-hi, for hri from England, Ireland, and Scotia manner, and on the most reasonable packets, sailing every live days tliroui by other first class American ships, most experienced masters in the tri port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will attei embarkation of all passengers engat and at their agencies. They are det ther money nnr expense to promote t venience of their passengers; and to into effect, they wish to announce their ollice will reside in Liverpool the purpose of forwarding the passen on their arriving at that port, which sibilitv of delay or expense that emigi that place. When persons sent forde full amount paid for their passage, wi dialely. With these superior arrangements to give every satisfaction, they hope I that business which has been so liberi for past years. REMITTANCE!...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

TO OLD COUNTRY MEN. HARNDEN k CO.'S PASSENGER ARRANGEMENTS FOR 184 H. HARNDEN Ac CO. will continue to grant Passage Certificates from Europe to the United States. Persons in America, wishing to send to Europe for their jricnds, can purchase of the Subscribers a Passage Certificate, which will enable theemigrant to leave l.iverpool ior New York on the Ist, tith, 11th, 16th, 21st and 20th; and Liverpool for Boston on the St.li and 20th of every month, by the best Packet Ships. When Passage Certificates are purchased of us,ourllouse 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 Ship sails. On their arrival in New York or Boston, we will forward them to their friends in any part of the United States, thus protecting the emigrant trom all the wrongs and vexatious frauds, which hav eretofore been imposed upon them. The Subscribers are drawing Bills of E...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 January 1847

J Me MIR RAY’S A RRAYGKMKNTS • FOR 18 +7. OLDEST ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES. . . TUe Subscriber respectfully begs leave to tender liis >-incere thunk* to his numerous friends and the public, tor the very liberal support he has received for upwards of twenty years, and solicits a continuation of their confidence. 7 he despatch by which his passengers have been brought out, anil the promptness in which his very numerous dratia have been paid at the different Banks, are, he flatters himself a sullicleut guarantee to the public for the faithful per. tunnance of any future contracts entered into with him. The following REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS, which sail punctually on their appointed days, by which passengers will be brought out without delay or disappointment, vig; HENRY CLAY, Captain Nye, sails front New York January (i, May ti, September 0; from Liverpool, Feb’y 21 June 21, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain Pnpham, sails from New York Jauuary 11, May...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

BOSTON PILOT. PATRICK DO.VAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT- LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTJTS. < OFFICE, < No. 1, Spring Lane. $2.50::::2n ‘TUnmtue. Boston, Saturban, Scutuart) 23, IS 47. llolumc 10: No. 5.

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The Old Village Church. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

The Old Village Church. BY M. A. MOTLER, ESQ. Atftumn had just come in; it was eventide; a fine bright eve; the sun stood in the west, just high enough in heaven to take another hour’s gaze over and around j our hemisphere. I leaned through an up- ; per window looking over a rural prospect ! of interest and beauty, 'Ripening fruits and lingering flowers, and golden fields of harvest, spread before me und around; the fruit trees and. the flower-beds were nearest; these were just beneath one; then the corn-fields came, and farther on rose white-washed walls of antique cottages. On the left you might behold the remnants, few’ but venerable, of a once extensive pile, where dwelt, in times unlike to these, men clothed in cowls and poverty’s attire, giving their lives to penance, prayer to man, and praises to their God. And then arose the church, a fine old church, of dusky stone, full arch and massive tower; a fine old church! There was nothing flimsy, nothing foppish in its build; it wa...

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Arrival of the Rochester, Two DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

Arrival of the Rochester, Two DAYS LATER NEWS. By the arrival of the Packet Ship Rochester, at New York, on Sunday, we have received our files of Irish papers up to the sth of December, inclusive, (two days later than before received) from which we select the following interesting particulars. Mr. O’Connell was to attend the meeting of the Repeal Association on the 7th December. CONDITION OF THE COUNTRY. The Freeman of the 4th says:—Men of all ranks and classes, and from every part of the country, continue to bear testimony to the awful state of destitution to which the people are reduced. Each day we have details .of that destitution and its fatal effects, which are shocking to humanity, We again ask the government and the landlords to reflect upon this deplorable state of things. Let them consider if the proper steps have been taken to relieve the people, and if not whose is the fault—on whom will rest the responsibility? We hear a great deal about what ought to be done, but the d...

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