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ROME AND RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

ROME AND RUSSIA. The Roman correspondent of the Univers, gives the following in relation to the negociations pending between the Courts of Rome and Russia:— “I was well informed in announcing to you that his Eminence Cardinal Lambruschini was appointed to treat with Count Bludoff’, the Russian Ambassador. A learned religieux who is perfectly acquainted with the affairs of Russia, has been called to take part in the negociation. Count Bludoff calculates upon arriving promptly at a conclusion. He doubtless imagines that it is an affair as simple as a treaty of commerce; he may find this an allusion, as did his predecessor. There is a more speedy and certain way to settle those affairs than the Count contemplates. That is, to restore the imprisoned priests to liberty, to open the Catholic churches closed by an order from the Russian government, to leave the members of the cidevant united Greek church at liberty to enter the bosom of the Catholic church, and to present to the Holy See p...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SPEECH OF THE HON. CALEB CUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

SPEECH OF THE HON. CALEB CUSHING. We cannot, as citizens of old Massachusetts, refrain from expressing our gratitude to Mr. Cushing for his able and patriotic speech in our Legislature, Monday last, on the Resolve for appropriating $20,000 in aid of the Massachusetts regiment of Volunteers. At the moment we write this, we are unable to say what will be the fate of that Resolve in the House; but, be it what it may, Mr. Cushing deserves well of the State and of the country for the patriotic and manly stand be has taken, and if the old Ray State is not mad, arid resolved to remain forever isolated from the Union, she will hearken to his advice. There is as little wisdom as patriotism, when the nation is involved in war with a foreign power, even though the necessity of the war be questioned, to offer a factious opposition to the government. Massachusetts does no credit to her intelligence in opposing the general government, and in forgetting that she is an integral part of the Union. H...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

A Change, has taken place in the editorial management of the Pilot. We have Uiuch pleasure in informing our readers that we have engaged such assistance as will enable us to sustain the well-estab-lished reputation of the Pilot. That greatest of all humbugs, Oak Hall, is “closing up.” Hair Dressing Saloon. The neatest hair-dressing saloon in the city, is at 154 Washington street, and a little the neatest fellow in the city, Mons. Julius Spitz, is the presiding genius. He “Cuts, curls, and shaves with care, And to bald heads restores the hair.” Banvard’s Great Painting of -the Mississippi Rivershould be visited hyevery lover of the arts. It is the most extraordianry production of the age.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

NOTICES OF BOOKS. The foliowing paragraphs are from Brownson's last Review: — The Daily Exercise : consisting' of the Holy Mass and Vespers ; with Morning and Evening Prayers. To which is added a Selection of Hymns and Prayers for Confession. Revised by Iho R’r. 11ev. Dr. Kenrick. Boston: Donnhoe. 1846. 3iino. pp. 193. This is an excellent little prayer hook, the contents of which are correctly set forth in the titlepage. Among the Hymns, we missed, not unwillingly, the Protestint hymns which we occasionally find in our collections. It has a singulat effect to hear in a Catholic church a hymn sung, which we have been accustomed to give out when an heretical minister, and for the moment we seem to be carried back to the meeting house. A selection of Songs and Ballads from Anglo-Irish Literature. Boston: Patrick Douahoc. 1846. Unto. pp. 164. This appears to he a very judicious selection of songs, to favorite Irish airs. The songs are chiefly from Erin’s favorite bard, Thomas Moore, wh...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

Occupations of the Members of Assembly. In the present House of Assembly of New York, there are 51 Farmers, 25 Lawyers, 13 Merchants,. 9 Doctors, 8 Mechanics, 5 Manufacturers, 2 Tailors, 2 Tanners, 2 Carpenters, 1 Drover, 1 Hatter, 1 Produce Dealer, 1 Steamboat Captain, 1 Lithographer, 1 Civil Engineer, and 5 whose occupation is not given. No. 13—the number we advertised lor some weeks since, lias been received from several sources. We want no more of them. Thanks to hose who seat them.

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TWO DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

TWO DAYS LATER NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE PACKET SHIP QUEBEC. The packet ship Quebec, Captain W illiam, arrived at New York on Wednesday from London and Portsmouth. She sailed from the latter port on the 9th ult* She gives us two days later intelligence. In h commercial point of view it is not only interesting but important. According to the cotton report of the 7th ult., that staple in London had advanced one eighth of a penny which is equal to an increase of two millions of dollars in the whole cotton crop of this country. The cholera was makingdreadful havoc in Bagdad—it was taking a northern direction The Austrian Observer of the Ist. ult. declares that it is authorised to announce that no secret treaty has ever existed between Prussia, Austria, and Russia, relative to the republic of Cracow. Female Society. You know my opinion of female society. Without it we should degenerate into brutes. This observation applies with ten-fold force to young men, and those who are in the prime of ma...

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CATHOLIC MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

CATHOLIC MISSIONS. France, whose apostles and martyrs have in every age suffered for preaching the Gospel among infidel nations, may claim the honor of having planted the true faith in the Archipelagos of Oceanica. To French missionaries, educated at Pichus and among the Marists, are the idolaters and cannibals of this vast continent indebted for the propagation of Christianity in their midst. The zeal of these devoted men has wrought among them a transformation so wonderful and so rapid, that navigators who visit the missions are scarcely able to recognise them as those ruthless savages whose ferocity but twenty years before could lie compared to nothing except to that of the untamed beasts of their forests. In a report addressed to his admiral in 1844, by M. Pinaud, commanding the frigate la Charte, we read as follows: “The inhabitants of Manganeva, described by au English Captain, (Beechy), only 18 years ago, as an inhospitable horde of daring thieves, are now as kind, honest, an...

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

DIALOGUE. Scene —a barber’s-shop—a minister in a chair undergoing a lathering—barber wipes the lather from his lips with the corner of a towel—minister then speaks. Minister —Let me see, what countryman are you ? Barber —l am a Frenchman, sir. M —But not a Catholic? B —Well, I ought to be one. I was brought up a Catholic. M —l hope you have learned some sense, then, since you have been in this enlightened country. B —l don’t know as to that. I haven’t learned much good. M —You have learned one good thing I hope. You don’t go to confession? B —l have not been for a good while, I am ashamed to say it. M —Ashamed to say it ? Why what good is there in confession, but to fill the pockets of the priests? B —lt is little the priests get by it but toil and vexation. M —Why do n’t you know that every one that goes to confession pays the priest fifty cents? B—r l know this, that I went to confession once a month at least, for fifteen years and never paid one sou to a priest on either of those...

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

DETROIT. Mich., January 11. Mr. Editor, —On the Bth January, the Montgomery Guards of Detroit, celebrated the anniversary of the glorious victory of the Battle of New Orleans, by a public parade, and in the evening, by a splendid Military Ball at Wale’s Hotel, which was well attended. This is a splendid company; their noble appearance on parade, is the theme of applause by all that have had the opportunity to see them; and the great numbers that attended this Ball, tell trumpet-tongu’d how much the citizens of Detroit prize them. On the requisition of the President to form a regiment in Michigan for the war, the Montgomery Guards were the first to volunteer their services, and now await impatiently to be called into active service; and surely if they are they will do credit to the country that gave them birth, the Emerald Isle. Constitution of Wisconsin. The convention has nearly concluded its labors. Among the decisions we observe that the Homestead of a family shall not be liable ...

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THE MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT. COMPANY B, THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

THE MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT. COMPANY B, THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS. Erigena. The Irish Volunteers, under the command of Captain Barry, assisted last Sunday, at High Mass, at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, and by their devotional demeanor edified all present. At the conclusion of the service, the Rt. Rev. Bishop Fitzpatrick addressed them in a brief discourse of great feeling and emotion. He said that there is nothing incompatible between the duties of the soldier and those of the Christian; he pointed out to them what are these duties now incumbent upon them; he exhorted them to prepare for the day of danger by making their peace with God, to enter upon their new career with a firm determination to avoid all sin, and to follow the precepts of their blessed Master: and if laid low by sickness'or disease, to raise in contrition and love souls to the Father above, who would comfort and console them. The Rt. Rev. Prelate then spoke of the advantage of having with them those Jesuit fathers wh...

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

ITEMS. There were 6944 prisoners in the different jails of Massachu setts last year .‘—Natives of Massa chuselts, 112 6; of other States 755; other countries! 1265; nativity not given 3368‘ Of the whole number, 126 were confined for adultery; 496 iorassauit; 36 for burglary; 13 for forgery; 12 for homicide; 2816 for keeping brothels; 1092 for larceny; 25 for mak - ing or passing counterfeit money; 3 for perjury; 8 for rape 210 for vagrancy; and 892 for all other criminal offences. The House of Representatives on Saturday last solemnly expressed* its opionion, hy a majority of thirty votes, against the establishment ol a Military Officer of a grade of rank to supersede in command all existing officers of the Army. Judge Martin of the Supreme Court of Louisiana who departed this life sometimes since left hie estate worth $300,000 to lus brother. His will was contained in five line s. Each line was worth $lOO,OOO. This is wha t the lawyers would call multum in parvo.” The English Catho...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

MARRIED. On the 12t!i inst., at the Church of the Holy Cross, by the Rer. Mr. Williams, Mr. Ralph Daw to Miss Margaret Meara, both of Boston. DIED, In this city, on the 11th inst., Mr. John Wise, a native of county Cavau, Ireland, a*ed 3t) years. In South iioston, on Thursday, 14th ihst.. Mr. J ames DOHERTY. In Salem, Ms, ISth inst, Mrs. Hridoet, wife of Mr. Michael Talbot, a native of county Cavan, Ireland,—a most exemplary, pious, ami Christian member of the spotle/s Spouse of God, truly venerated ami most deservedly r/.peeled by those who were intimately her aenuaintan/.!a, and by none more so, titan by her worthy Pastor. May her soul rest in eternal pence-Amen. In Leroy, N.Y.on tllq llth of January, of consumption, Mrs. P atrick Hassktt, in the iMtli year ofher uje. She was much beloved by ail who knew her. Number op Deaths in this City, for the week endini January U,-6». Males £1; Females £)•, Stillborn 7. Causes: Consumption him: fever I; typhus lever 5; oldavjel; dropsy 1; ii...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

CARD. Dear Sir,—As an article, written over my gignature, and published iu the “lloston Pilot” of the ithult, has been changed go as to alter the meaning, and make me say what 1 never huve said, I teel it a duty i owe to the President of Father Mathew Society, and to myself, publicly to declare, that the second and last paragraph of that article was distorted so much, that if my name was not attached, 1 would not have been able to recognise it as mine. E. McUarrt. Boston, Jan. ISth, 1847. Officers of the Society of St. Vincent de Paule: Right Rev. J. U. Fitzpatrick, President. Edward Young, Vice Fiesidenl. Patiick Donahoe,.Treasurer. Edwin A. Palmer, Book Keeper. Pi ter E. Blake, Recording Secretary. Francis S. McGirr, Corresponding Secretary. Trustees—Patrick Mooney, Patrick Murray, Hugh McGuire, Arthur McAvoy, Edward Rohan, Mrs. A. Carney, Mrs. B. Thompson, Mrs. E. Casey, Mrs. Murtagli, Miss M. Torren. (p*The Quarterly Meeting of the St. Vincent De Paule Society, will be held in t...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

WILLIAMS & GUI ON'S ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1847. Persons sending for their Friends in the Old Country can make arrangements with the Subscribers to have them brought out in a comfortable and expeditious manner, on reasonable terms, in any of the regular Lines of Packet Ships, sailing from Liverpool on the Ist, 6th, Util, liith, 2lst, and Jdth of each mouth throughout the year. Aud also by the following splendid New \ ork built ships, so favorably know n for the Short Passage* they have made. One of which will sail Weekly during the season, thereby preventing the possibility of being unnecessarily detained in Liverpool. The E.MriKfc:, The Sba, Panthe.v, Nicholas Biddle, Southeuneu, St. Patrick, Pacific, Kalamazoo, Ohio, South Carolina, Mahviox, Liberty. The above ships are over 1000 tons burthen each, built expressly tor the Passenger Trade, and fi<ted up in a way to afford comfort and convenience to the Passengers, and commanded by Captai...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

TAPSCOTT’S OENER RATION AND FORE XXWK.CHANGE OFFICES, lor mid from and Remittance* to all pa land, Scotland, Wale*, France, Ge land, SG South street, New York, Road, Liverpool. The subscribers hereby inform tli public, that they will contract to b from the old country in the following of Packets, viz: The New Line of Liverpool Packet The Union Line of Liverpool I‘ackc The St. George’s Line of Liverpool The London Line of Packets. The Glasgow Line of Packets. John Harbe’a Commercial Line of] The New Orleans Line of Packets. And in addition, Locke Boult’s L Packets, sailing weekly from Liverpc The ships comprising theabove Lun that it is unnecessary to go into full it that they are equal to any in their point of accommodations, and are co and experienced Captains as are to I effort will be made to promote the ct during the voyage. It is their invariable custom in all sent tor decline coming, the amount be refunded without any deduction. secure a free passage lor their frien seaports o...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

Boston and liverpi 1* A <JK ETS. To sail Jrom B rom Liverpool on the 'Mth oj each mi 1- rom Host Ship JOSHUA BATES, oil tons, Capt. Julius Murdoch, Ship MARY ANN, MW tous. Capt A. H. Brown, Ship COLUMBIANA, 030 tons, nosi If s s St Capt. G. Barker, ( M Ship WASHINGTON IRVING, I O (new) 751 tons, < F Capt. E. Caldwell, ( Ji These ships are all of the first class, uf experience in the trade, have fine passengers, and will be despatched pu For freight or passage, apply to El and 38 Lewis’ Wharf, or to BAKU* CO., Liverpool. Persons wishing to send for their fri tiflcates of passage, by npplyiug to I HO Slate Street, Boston. P\V. BYRNES Ac CO.’S • FOR 1840. The Subscriber known to the travelling public, conti sengers to every part of the Unitec America. The public may rest assured that commodious despatch of passengers, not surpassed by any other house engi VVe have ellicient, careful and res the important sea-ports in Ireland, w leution and information to passenger...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 January 1847

TO OLD COUNTRY MB? CO.'S PASSENGER ARRAU 18415. HARNDEN dt CO. will co huge Certificates from Europe to the I Persona in America, wishing to send jriends, can purchnse of the Subscribe cate, which will enable the emigrant t New York ou the Ist, titli, 11th, IStli Liverpool for lioston on the ath and by the best Packet Ships. When Passage Certificates are pnrch in Liverpool will write ami inform the to be ready, thereby preventing the lo Liverpool, where passengers will be t till the Ship sail?. On their arrival In ton, we will forward them to their frie United States, thus protecting the e: wrongs and vexatious frauds, which h imposed upon them. The Subscribers arc drawing Hills e at sight, from £1 sterling, to any sum In all cases, those sending for Ce should furnish the names and ages of for, with their address in full, to be foi Liverpool Agency, who notify the pan to leave home, and give all necessary Passengers coming out under this lieved from all care and trouble in mal sage,...

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