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ORPHANS’ FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

ORPHANS’ FAIR. We pause for a moment amid the turmoil of political agitation, and the bustle of earthly business, to direct the attention of our readers to the Orphans’ Fair, which the Sisters of Charity propose to hold next week, and yet we cannot well express the feelings, and the floating ideas with which we regard it. It is not exactly the benevolence, and devotion, and Christian heroism of the Sisters, nor the destitute and interesting condition of the objects of their care, that we wish to point out, we know that, whereas other charities generally propose either the spiritual or temporal relief of their objects, this is one that includes both; but neither is that just the thing we wish to say. We feel as if we could, and our readers might find in it an opportunity to mingle with the business, and the amusements of this lower world a portion of the feelings, and the sentiments of that which is above ; and to mingle them so that neither will the one come in contact with the brut...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ASTONISHING DECAY OF THE CITY-GREAT INCREASE OF SUICIDES—MORE STABBING. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

ASTONISHING DECAY OF THE CIT Y-GREAT INCREASE OF SUICIDES —MORE STABBING. Philadelphia, Dec. 29, 1845. Dear Sir: —ln my last, I asserted a fact that is incontrovertible, namely; that under all the persecutions of the catholics here, “ not ono of them have sought revenge—and not one committed suicide ” but, of their persecutors, this cannot be said, for every daily paper in the city, announces that the poisoned cup—the halter, the razor, or the pistol, is in great demand. The great falling off of trade and prosperity will be best learned, by reference to the returns made at the Custom Houses of the following States, in 1845. Domestic goods exported. Vessels employed. New York exported,... .$25.000.000 5792. Massachusetts “ 7.000.000 2354. Maryland “ 5.000.000 457. Pennsylvania “ 3.100.000 453. Here we see Pennsylvania now falls behind Maryland—and in Baltimore city we find that there were finished and built in New Houses. Increase of property. Baltimore 1872 1.600.000 Philadelphia, 5...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

T.ArREXCE & SHARKEY, DRUGGISTS A\l) APOTHECARIES, corner of Broad ami Purchase Streets, Boston. The most strict attention paid to Physicians’ prescriptions, and to putting up and supplying family medicines. Jan 3 13 K. MIG \AI LT has removed to No. 3!) Federal Street: Jan 3 Those who want to purchase lints and Caps would do well to cull at P. At VV. MURR AY’S Hat and Cap Factory, No. 104 And Street, opposite Merchants’ Row, Huston. Jan 3 EM OVAL. JOHN J. M’GOWAN, APOTHECARY, has removed to No. 114 Beach street, between South and Sea streets, Boston. .Inn 3 u Dll' R« W4II 1 E. i lair of Dublin,) No. 43 Atkinson Street, Boston, formerly residence of the late Dr. Kearney. Hours of attendance, from 7 to 5) A. M., 1 to 3 noon, 7 > II P. M. Jan 3 to Pjk CAREY, CUN-MAKER, at Imhc lie til's, • No. (1 Market Square, Boston. N. 11. iioublc and Single Guns altered in the neatest style. Also, Military arms repaired mul warranted. Jan 3 iTf Z PAT UICK has removed his Oil l...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

O’The regular monthly meeting of the Roxbury Repea Awodation, will be lichl m the Town Hull on TUESDAY EVENING, Jan 6th. The meeting will be addressed by several popular speakers. La lies are respectfully invited to attend. l’er order of the government, MICHAEL McDONOUGH, Sec’y. DirTlie regular monthly meeting of the B. R. C. Mutual Relief Soeietv, will be held in the Lecture Room of the Odeon, MONDAY EVENING, Jan sth, at half past 7 o’clock. JAMES DEVINE, Scc’y

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

RECEIPTS. Philadelphia, Pa., T. Lynch slls,63—Brooklyn, N Y , T. O’Donnell 10,54 Watertown, Wisconsin, E. John soil and D. Dougherty 4 Newport, R. 1., W. Mansfield 7 Norton, Ms, M. McNamara 2,50; Ag’tJOc New Orleans, La, T Mulvy 2,50 ——Webster, Ms, J. O’Callaghan 2.50 West Newbury, Ms, P. Henry 75c—Pembroke, N H, T. Much 5 Concord, N.H, J. Harrington 1.25 Bristol, Wisconsin, T. Moran 2,so—Dedham, Ms, J. Loan 62c - Newport, L.C, C. McCufferty 2—Mans’fleld’, Ms, tan 1.25 Newport, R.I, T. Roach i— Sa.vonville, Ms, , “ M. . ivuat.ll * KißAUllVllie, ;US, J. Gannon 2,j0 to Oct ’45; M. Norris 2,50 to Aug ’45 Roller, N.Y, M. Rigney, P. Feeney, J. Donlan 2,50 each J. Brereton 1,25; J. Malone A Cos. 1,25; Win Judge - Billerica Mil Is ,Ms, S. I.an I. Milbury Iv McCarty 2,30 Charlotte, vt, J. burg, Vt, A. llnlloran 2; J. Waters 2T. Quinn 3—Montreal, L.C, P. Fliti Ms, P. Burke 75c Newark, N.J, N. » nun nun o-. , oestick 2,50; M. Brady 1.25 Newry, Pa, 1). CurryS Palmer, Ms, P. Markham 1 WestThoma...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

Notices of this kind inserted ichen accompanied by $l. INFORMATION WANTED, Of PATRICK MAIIONY, of the parish of Knockaville, co. Cork, who left Boston last July, ami is supposed to have gone to Dover, New Hampshire. Any information respecting him, directed to his uncle, Joint Crowley, No. 4a Congress street, Boston, will he thankfully received. Jan'J UTOTICE. PATRICK Me LOUGH LIN’S BOARDING HOUSE, No. 4 Sewell Place) lending from Milk street. Also his BOOT ir SHOE STORE, No. 8U Broad street, Boston. Jan 3 f|MMOTHY NOONAN, SEXTON of South Bos" ton Burial Ground, has Removed to Fourth street, between C and U streets, South Bostou. tf Jan 3 Boakdino. Boarders ucconnuotlated on reasonable terms at WILLIAM RYAN'S, No. 10 Hamiltoo street, Boston. tf Jan 3 CKOTON ALL. THOMAS FIT/. PATRICK, Dedham street, informs the inhabitants of Boston, that he has been appointed Agent for the New York Croton Fountain Ale, a splendid article, which will be disposed of in barrels or half barrels, wholesal...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

Notices of this kind inserted when < INFORMATION W Of ALEXANDER MCDONALD, I was in the State of Illinois. Any in liim will be thankfully received by directed to Mr. Telman, Milton llank Of CON O’ROURKE, of Tuma, l Leitrim, who landed in New York i last heard fromjie was living in the S Any Information respecting him dire Daniel, Lowell, Ms, or Thomas Swe seller, No. 2 Odeou Place, Boston, ' Of MAURICE WALSH, a native who emigrated to America about 18 y last heard from worked at rhompi Mills, in Quebec. Any information ri thankfully received by his brother, R dressing him at Charlestown Navy \ Of JAMES SRANIA , a native of Moliill, who came to America in 1937 York. When last heard from vlB4oi 1 Ala. Any information respecting hit received by his brother, Timothy Sha J. Ohabot, Postmaster, ElkingV Lam Of EDWARD DONAHOE, forint co. Waterford, who emigrated to Ai ago. When last heard from he statci then within 200 miles of New Orlet that city. Any information respectim fully ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

Ip XCR4NGE ON THt -K* IK ELA N1). The subscrib. able arrangements with the manage Bank of Ireland, are prepared to drt sums to suit, at sight, payable in Irelai Armagh, Athloue, Ballina, Monoyniore, Ennis, Banbridge, Uaudori, Belfast, Cavan, Clonmel, Coleraine, Cootehill, Cork, Downpatrick, Dublin, Omagh, Ballymena, Ballyshannon, Euniscorthy, Enniskillen, Galway, Kilkenny, Kilrush, l.imerick, Londonderry t l.urgun, euii\, I4ui,an, In England and Scotland, at Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Birmingham, Kaneaster, Loudon, Glasgow, Greenock, Bills drawn on the above points, wi tauccs to places in the neighborhood. J 3 Stock, Exchange ami Money 1 returns his thanks to his friend the very liberal patronage best sures them that he still continues to 1 assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, m ly lor his own retail trade. Fine calf-sewed Boots; do. heavy i pegged; do. gout, sewed and pegged; children’s cowhide Boots; do. men’s, kip and calf Boots; men’s heavy calf light calf, sewed and pegged; men’...

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

The cheapest catholic book ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES. V. lc J. SADLIBR , Publishers, Booksellers, am Bookbinders, No. 58 Gold street. New York, Respectfully announce to the Clergy and Laity oftlieUnited Slate: and British Provinces, that they are now prepared to furnish every description of Catholic Works, on terms more favorable’ than any other establishment in the country. Having been many years engaged in the publication of Catholic works, and being practical binders, we flatter oiuselves that our list of prices are considerably lower, tin getting up and style of binding Uo which we pay particulai attention) much better than those of any other establishment. Catholic* have long felt the heavy tax imposed on them (considering the miserable manner in which some of the best works have been got up) by the high price usually chdrged for Catholic works, thereby placing them beyond the reach of thousands—it was this that iumtced is to become sotno of the first pioneers in the g...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

BOSTON and LIVERPOOL T„INE OF PACKETS, To sail from Boston on the sth, and from Liverpool on the 20 th oj each month, as follows: From Boston. From Liverpool. Ship JOSHUA BATES, 621 tons, Capt. James Murdoch, Ship CONCORDIA, 500 tons, Capt. .1. W. Dorr, Ship COLUMBIANA, 630 toils. t July 5. <N Nov. 5. (March 5. Aug. 5. Dec. 5. April 5. Sept. 5. C Sept. 5 I < Jan. 5. Capt. G. Barker, ( May 5. Ship WASHINGTON HIVING, (Oct.s. < Feb. 5. (June 5. new) 151 tons, Capt. E. Caldwell, _ These ships aro all of the first class, commanded by men of experience in the trade, have fine accommodations for Aug. 20. Dec. 20. April 20. Sept. 20. Jail. 20. May 20. Oet. 20. Feb. 20. June 20. Nov. 20. March 20. July 20. passengers, and will be despatched punctually ns above. For freight or passage, apply to ENOCH TRAIN, 37 and 38 Lewis’ Wharf, or to BARING, BROTHERS, & CO., Liverpool. Persons wishing to send for their friends, ran obtain certificates of passage...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 3 January 1846

The book for the holidays: superb ILLUMINATED CATHOLIC PRAYERBOOK ! NEW AND ELEGANT EDITION OF THE URSULINE MANUAL. In publishing the fonner editions ot''lliE LKSULLNE MANUAL, the Subscriber designed to present to the Public a Catholic Book which, in all particulars, paper, type, illustrations, and binding, should be equal to any of the publications of the day. lie believes he has it in his power to say, that he has issued no sjnile edition which did not exhibit some improvement upon its predecessor, lie now offers an edition of the Manual which he is confident not only surpasses all previous editions of this book, but he is convinced is the most beautiful Catholic Prayer Book printed in the English Language The singular merits of the Ursuline Manual as a Book of Catholic Prayer, are too well known to need enlarging upon. They nave been abundantly attested by the remarkable favor with which it has been received by all classes of the Catholic Public, especially the Religions Institut...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846

BOSTON PILOT. I* DOXAHOE, < EDITOR, ) T. D. M’CEE, I IRISH CORRESPONDENT. ) BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND T RUT IPS. « OFFICE, > t No. I, Hrioxo Lane. ) $2.50::::3n Boston, Saturbcnj, Sanuarn 17, !Sst6. Iblumc 9::::Ko. 3.

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Congressional. CONTINUED. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NATURALIZATION LAWS-NATIVISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846

Congressional. CONTINUED. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NATURALIZATION LAWS-NATIVISM. Wednesday, Dec. 16. Mr. Thompson, of Pennsylvania, thought that these resolutions were much misunderstood. They did indeed complain that faults were to be found in our naturalization laws as they at present existed; but they did not propose any restriction as to the grant of the right of citizenship, and therefore the question of election of frauds would not be in the hands of the committee. The remedy of frauds was not the peculiar province of the gentleman from Pennsylvania; it was a duty which belonged to the whole. House; and what committee so proper as that on the Judiciary, to take that subject under its care? Did this House want a select committee, appointed to be on the watch against frauds at elections? He thought not. Gentlemen had mistook the object of the petition. If any had supposed that Pennsylvania was desirous that the term of naturalization should be further limited, they greatly mist...

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DUBLIN POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846

DUBLIN POLICE. A Railway Maniac ! An elderly geiltlemnn who gave his name as Frederick Gallagher, attended at this office to answer the complaint of 121 A. The prisoner had a care-worn and haggard expression of countenance. His costume was unique, as consisting inter alia of chamois leather continnations, a green body coat, and a waistcoat of calf-skin; a tommy of whitepaper supplied the place of a shirt, and his head was ornamented with a singularly disreputable white hat, which a spectator could not gaze upon without being taunted by the miserable apprehension that the next moment it would melt into a glutinous liquid and roll in mimic billows down the cheeks of the wearer, a catastrophe which it is more than probable has occurred ere this present w riting. The Magistrate required of the constable to state his charge. 121 A—He is mad, your worship, as mad as a March hare. Magistrate—But surely you must have some other charge against him than that. What offence has he committed ? M...

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THE PROTESTANT ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846

THE PROTESTANT ALLIANCE. The Orange organization has been revived; but we are inclined to hope and to believe under kindlier influences, and with more generous principles than swayed the former Society. With anew name, let us believe that new principles of action will he adopted more suited to the spirit of the age and the peculiar position of our country. The old rallying cry of hatred to Popery will surely be relinquished; and if to protect the interest of Protestantism he the object of the new alliance, that object will besought without reviving ancient hatreds or reenacting ancient crimes and follies. We are the more inclined to construe the Protestant alliance with some degree of favor, because of the tone adopted by the English organs on both sides ot the water towards the leaders of the new movement. The Spectator, which may be looked upon as the most genuine organ of English feeling, has spoken out on this subject with peculiar bitterness. It looks upon the Protestant allian...

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TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846

TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Washington, Jan. 10, 1846. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. Hurt, from the military committee reported a bill making appropriations for the construction of certain defensive works in the United States. The following are items of the bill. For the commencment of batteries and works at Sobers’ Point Flats, below Baltimore, $30,000 For the purchase from the State of New York of the defensive, works on Staten Island $lOO,OOO. * For the commencement of a fort at the entrance to Cumberland Sound, Mobile Bay, Alabama, $20,000. 'l'he bill was read twice and referred to a committee of the w hole. Mr. Holmes, from the naval committee, reported a bill to regulate the appointment and promotion of officers of the marine revenue service. Mr. McConnell complained that the journal did not contain his notice yesterday of a bill to give every white man, who will work it, 640 acres of ground for five years. The journal w as amended accordingly. Mr. McDowell introduced a long resolu...

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REPEAL IN ROXBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846

REPEAL IN ROXBURY. The regular monthly meeting of the Roxbury Repeal Association' was held in the Town Hall on Tuesday evening, January 6th. The meeting was called to order at 8 o’clock by the President, who addressed the meeting in his usual eloquent manner. Walter J. Walsh, Esq, spoke for nearly an hour, and was followed by Gilbert H. O’Reilly, Esq, who concluded by presenting to the meeting the following Resolutions, which were unanimously accepted:— Resolved, That the present deplorable condition of the people of Ireland, —threatened as they are with Famine, from the decay of the potatoe, —in view of the fertile soil of Ireland, her unrivalled facilities for manufactures and commerce, and the industrious and sober habits of her people, presents the strongest argument.in favor of a Repeal of the Act of Union, and the restoration to Ireland of her right of self-government. Resolved, That the sad and fearful fate now impending over the Irish people, is the legitimate result of Engl...

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JOHN BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846

JOHN BULL. From the London Punch. I’ll sing you song of one John Bull, Who ate good beef and wore fine wool, And bragg’d each morn that none could pull From his breeches pocket a purse more lull. Ri tooral, moral, &c. That purse he'd fill’d by honest pains, But, not content with his lawful gains, To add to his store lie rack’d his brains, To get more money and new domains, Ri tooral, looral, &,e. Some humbugs great in depredation, Came and made him a long oration ; They wanted a flat for victimization, So they got him to dubble in speculation. Ri tooral, looral, Sic. Said John, s your plan, my mind contents, I’m sick and tired of the Three per Cents; And don’t get enough by my paltry rents:’ So he got hooked in by tne Railway ‘gents.’ Ri tooral, looral, Sic. These arrant gamblers, it would seem, * Had greenhorns made their study andtheme They set their wits to work by steam, And they wheedled him into their swindling scheme ! Ri tooral, looral, Sic. They made...

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