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AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. M. O’R., West Troy, Wis. No good would result from the publication of the affidavit sent us. Windsor, Ct. We can assure our friends here that the papers are sent as usual from our office. Clarksville, Tenn. We are greatly indebted to Mr. J. Schacht for the list of subscribers he has sent us from Clarksville. He will oblige us by acting as our Agent there. The Postmaster of his town will forward money to us. J. M.’s poetry is “shocking bad.” Erie, Pa. Daniel Vaughan will please act as Agent for us here. T. K., Northampton, Ms. We would be obliged to you if you would appoint an Agent for us. Pittsburgh, Pa. We would inform our numerous friends here, that we have made arrangements by which the Pilot will be delivered at the bookstore of our Agent, W. 13. McConologue. This will prevent any future mistakes. We have corrected his bill. W. M. Hearn, formerly of Collinsville, Ct, ordered us to send his paper to Hartford. We have done so, and understand that it rem...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
IMPOSITIONS UPON EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

IMPOSITIONS UPON EMIGRANTS. A good deal of noise is being made in New York on account of certain alledged impositions practiced upon emigrants by the Messrs. Tapscott. They and their agents are accused of bringing people to this country on false representations, and then casting them off in destitution. Six or seven men, who had been in their Poor house and hospital at Flatbush, or Williamsburgh, have made oath before the Commissioner of deeds, of the deceits by which they were induced to emigrate, and of having been refused food in Tapscott’s Poorhouse. These things have been denied by the accused, and a physician in their employment; they have been reiterated, and other facts added by fresh witnesses. Mr. Anderson, Superintendant of the out door poor, has given his testimony on the same side. M. Jas. Walsh, corresponding secretary for the Young Friends of Ireland, visited the Poorhouse at the request of that body: his report is sub- stantially to the same effect. Finally, three ge...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

OREGON. It is not certain yet what is Peel’s dodge in renewing the negotiations on Oregon. Does he really want to settle the matter, or is he only manoeuvering to throw the onus of having provoked war upon the Union ; and so deprive her, if possible, of that moral power she has always been so anxions to possess in the justness of her cause ? In the one case, he will repeal the corn-laws, and bring the Aristocrats of England down “ one peg more in the other, he will throw himself upon the ultra Tories, send the Free Traders about their business, and stir up the bull-dog - spirit in Britain. The former course is the more probable. First because it is more likely to be successful. And again, because his course has been always cautious and moderate. When Ireland was disturbed by the Catholic agitation, he wisely preferred Emancipation to civil war : when Europe was. disturbed by the French Revolution, and war seemed to be coining uninvited, he wisely left it to the Whigs to stave it oft...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

RECEIPTS. • —— Newport, R.I. P.Tiernan 3 Providence, J. Glees on 2.50; M. Masterson 1.40: J. Walsh 2.5 j; O’Reilly I—— Woonsocket. Rpsanna McKenna 1 Sheffield, Ms, M. Mead 3 Waterbury, Ct, T. Coyle, E. Delany 2.soeach New Orleans, M. Kerby, J. McNeill 2.soeachProvidence, R.I, J. <fc H. Rowe 20.00- Windsor Locks, Ct, J. Mullen, J. Burns 2.soeach Columbia, Pa, Mrs B. McTague 10.00; Mrs McT. will see that we have advertised for the person she inquired about-——Buffalo, N.Y, M. Dermody 4 Manchester, J. Sheehan 2- Milton, Ms, P. D01an2.50 Erie, Pa, J. Sweeney 2; T. Lennon 1 Clyde, Mich, L. Mullowney3 Shaugliticoke, N. Y, L. Dilworth 2.50; pays to Aug. ’4s Rutland,Vt, J. Connell, J. Qnilty 2.50 each Searsburgh, Vt, N. Martin 1 Buffalo, N.Y, J. Tighe 1; D. Butler 1— DanbyFour Corners, Vt, 1). Lane 2 Ticonderoga, N. Y, D. McGargheu, 1). Leonard 2 each Mount Desert, Me, L. Morris 3 Grand Rapids, Mich, P. Quirk 1 E. Gillen, Travelling Agent, 10.00——Hartford, Ct, W. Furlong 1; Win Mu...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

TAJPSt'OTT’S GENERAL EMIGRATION OFFICES, 5 South street, comer of Maiden Lane, New York, ami ;)ti Waterloo Road, Liverpool. Arrangements for I 8 10. In calling attention to their arrangements tor 1 143, the subscribers cannot bat express the pleasure they feel in acknowledging the unexampled success they have met with during the past year, and beg to assure their friends and tka public of the United Suites and Canada, that the same untiring industry and marked attention to the comfort of those entrusted to their care for the purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which have gained for their House such wide spread popularity will be their constunt study to sustain. Tile Lines for which the subscribers are Agents consists of the Nsw Link or Ltv-khi-00l Packets, viz: Uijskx or - this VV.isr, (new', 1230 tons burthen, Copt. P. Waodhouse, sails lioiu New \ork, Jun 21st,' May 2ist, Sept 21st; from Liverpool, March titii, July t>th, Nov uth. Biit.ni dan, lliW tons, Capt....

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

Female physician, mrs. mott, the very justly celebrated Female Physician, corner of l.yude and Cambridge Streets, Huston, Muss., attends to all diseases incident to the human frame, texcept those arising from immorality.) Site is constantly receiving Roots, herbs, Gums, Balsams, and Essential Oils, by the steamships from Europe,—not to be obtained in this country, with which she is enabled to cure or relieve diseases thut have baffled the skill of the most eminent physicians. The following are such as have been treated of by her with so much success for the last fourteen years in the United States, viz: Kits, Rheumatism, Gout, Decline, Debility, Liver Complaint, Female Weakness, Fulling Sickness, hemorrhoids, Piles, Asthma, Phthisic, Catarrh, Tic Doloreux, Neuralgia, Nervous Symptoms. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Worms, humors, Scrofula, Salt ltheum. King’s Evil, Cancer, Ring Worms, Sore heads, and all other cutaneous disorders, Diabetes, diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder and many others ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

P\V. BYRNES cV CO.'S ARRANGEMENTS • FOR 1 NIG. The Subscribers, long and favorably known to the travelling public, continue to forward passengers to every part of the United States and liritish America. The public may rest assured that for the prompt and commodious despatch of passengers, we possess facilities not surpassed by any other house engaged in the business. We have ellicieut, careful and responsible agents in ull tile important sea-ports in Ireland, vs ho will give every attention and information to passengers, that can prevent delay and disappointment. Our Agent in Boston is WM. P. M’KAY, 52 Milk Street. ANDREW HARR & SON, Lowell. P. W. UYRNES Ac. (JO., HO Waterloo Road, * Liverpool. The Subscriber having been Agent for the above firm for several years past, continues to secure passages on the best olvu m ycttia jioai, GUUMiiura tu nixuic terms, from the following places, via: Liverpool, Dublin, Drogheda, Derry, Cork, Belfast, Limerick, Newry, Waterlord, Coler...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

Boston and Liverpool link ok PACKETS. To sail from Boston on the oth, and from Liverpool on the 'd)th oj each month, asfollotvs: From Boston. From Liverpool. Ship JOSHUA. HATES, 0.l tons, Capt. James Murdoch, Ship CONCORDIA, SDO tons, Capt. J. \\ . Dorr, Ship COLUMBIANA, U3O tons, Capt. G. Barker, ( J lily 5. < Nov. i. ( March 5. , Aus I A us. a. < Dec. 5. ( April 5. Aug. 20. Dec. 20. April 20. Sept. 20. Jan. 20. May 20. Oct. 20. h'eli. 20. J one 20. Nov. 20. March 20. J uly 20. I Sept. 5. < Jan. 5. (May 5. (Oct. 5. (new) 70l tons, < Feb. 5. Capt. E. Caldwell, (June 5. ... These ships are all of the first clask, commanded by men of experience in the trade, have line accommodations for passengers, and will be despatched punctually as above. For freight or passage, apply to ENOCH TRAIN, 3T and 38 Lewis’ Wharf, or to BARING, BROTHERS, & CO., Liverpool. Persons wishing to send foe their friends, can obtain certificates of passage, ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 14 February 1846

Roche, brothers & co/s arrange MENTS FOR 184 b Remittances to, and Fas sage to and from Great Britain and Ireiand, by the “Black Bait, or Old Line vj Liverpool Packets ,” sailing from IS civ York and Liverpool on the Ist and It >th oj every month. And by First Class American Ships, sailing weekly. Persons sending to the “Old Country” tor their Friends, can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them brought out in any of the Eight Ships comprising the black ball, or Old lane of Liverpool Packets, (sailing from Liverpool on the Ist and 16th of every month,) also by First Class Siiips, sailing front that port weekly, which our Agents, Miissits. James 1). Roche 6c Cos there will see are sent out without delay. Should those sent for not come out, the Money will be refunded without any deduction. Tlie black Hall, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, com£rise the lbllowmg magnificent ships, and will sail from iverpol on their regular appointed T...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

BOSTON PILOT. I*. DON A HOE, $ EDITOR, > T. 1). H'GEE, I IRISH CORRESPONDENT. ) BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT - LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. j OFFICE, ) X No. L, Si'riko Lane. > $2.30::::Iu Boston, Satuvban, JTcbruarn 21, 1846. Dolutnc 0::::No. 8.

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TO LITTLE ALICE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

TO LITTLE ALICE. Faber's Poems. If thou couldst be a bird, what bird wouldst thou be ? A frolicsome gull on the billowy sea; Screaming and wailiug when stormy winds rave Or anchored, white thing! on the merry green wave ? Or an eagle aloft in the blue ether dwelling, Free of the coves of the hoary Helvellyn, \Y ho is up in the sunshine when we are in shower, And could reach our loved ocean in less than an hour ? Or a heron that haunts the Wallachian edge Of the barbarous Danube mid forests ol sedge, And hears the rude waters through dreary swamps flowing, And tne cry of the wild swans, and buffalos lowing ? Or a stork, on a mosque’s broken pillar in peace By some famous old stream in the bright land oi Greece, A sweet mannered householder! waivinghis state Now and then in some kind little toil lor his male ? Or a murmuring dove at Stamboul, buried deep In the long cyp-ess woods where the infidels sleep, Whose leaf-muffled voice is the soul of the seas, That hath passed from the Bosp...

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ACCIDENTS, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

ACCIDENTS, &C. The Insect Scourge. Advices from Cuba state that the orange, lime, and every tree of the citron kind in the district of Matanzap and in other sections of the Island, are perishing under the ravages of an insect in shape like a flea, which light on their verdure by myriads, and deposit white adhesive specks on the bark, which are the eggs from which the worm is hatched, w hich has devasted so many of the citron and orange groves. Some of the trees are wholly denuded, and it is feared that this blight will extend over the whole Island. —Boston Courier. Blown off. The body of a passenger, who was blown from the cars on his way to Baltimore, some days ago, was found on Tuesday week, near the place where he was missed. The body was taken to Perrymansville, for interment. It has not been identified.— lbid. Fatal Accident in Conway. On Wednesday 11th instant, while Mr. Willard Lee was standing near a tree which was being cut by another person, it fell, and a limb...

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Correspondence. PHILADELPHIA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

Correspondence. PHILADELPHIA. February 10, 1846. The burned Churches—the Suits—Bishop Hughes. A writ has been just issued against the trustees of the late (Saint Augustine’s) church, for having dared to sue the county of Philadelphia for damages. This writ is termed in law quo icarranto, and it is directed to Bishop Hughes and Rev. Messrs. Nichols and James O’Donnell, who are the trustees of said church. A considerable stir has been made in the city about it, and it is looked upon as another instance of persecution directed against that unoffending congregation. The following dialogue between Pat. Bralligan, and one of the County Commissioners, lately took place in reference to it. Pat. —And so you have issued a warrant against Bishop Hughes, and the Rev. Mr. Nichols and James O’Donnell, for asking their own of ye ? Commissioner. —Certainly, we have, and we tell you that we never heard of such audaciousness, as this, of which they are guilty, in daring to sue the county for damages....

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REV. MR. GOODWIN’S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

REV. MR. GOODWIN’S LECTURE. On Wednesday evening, Feb. 11, Rev. Mr. Goodwin delivered the lecture to the Y. C. F. Society: the subject was the life and pontificate of Pius VII. The particular purpose of the discourse was very clearly stated in the introduction. The lecturer had chosen the life of one whose career was marked by none of that glory which gilded the names of so many of his predecessors; hut who was distinguished in history as an unshaken confessor, and a patient sufferer for truth. History does not obtain its interest from the splendor of human genius, or temporal successes; its brightest page, if considered abstractly as a record ol the deeds and fates of men, would be but a dry, imperfect sketch; it is the evidence of the hand of God suidin«and controlling the course of events that gives to history its interest and its purpose. He proposed therefore in describing the struggle of an aged pontiff distinguished only by the firmness and resignation, with the most despotic...

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LECTURES ON MESMERISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

LECTURES ON MESMERISM. As Mr. Sunderland’s lectures have been a professional affair, that is, a matter of dollars and cents, we have purposely abstained from any observations on them hitherto. We were not disposed to stand in the way of an ingenious speculation or show any disposition to hinder its author from making as much of it as he could. We suppose he is pretty well satisfied by this time, so we will make a remark or two. We have no objection to his carrying off j as much money as he likes; hut we must j protest against his bearing away all the j fame he seems disposed to grasp at. He desires to enjoy a reputation for witchcraft; and we must say, in our opinion, he is “no witch,” he is perfectly innocent of those dangerous arts by which storms are raised, and broomsticks turned into race horses, and the very devil compelled to report himself. He proposes to employ the mesmeric power at an indefinite distance from the object ot his influence. Every one knows that at a short dis...

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MR. M’GEE’S LETTER-R. TYLER ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

MR. M’GEE’S LETTER-R. TYLER ESQ. At the meeting of the Philadelphia Repeal Association on the 4th in.st. Mr. Tyler delivered a most eloquent address, for which we regret that we have not room. Among other matters, he made the following remarks in relation to the letter of Mr. McGee, published in the Pilot of the 81st January:— Hft was also happy to perceive that the letter of M. McGee, written from Ireland and published in the Boston Pilot, and to which he begged leave to invite the careful attention of the Association, fully justified him in the ground he had assumed as the President of the Association when it was proposed some time since to call a public meeting for the purpose of raising funds to be used in the purchase of food to be sent to Ireland, upon the supposition that a famine was prevailing, or about to prevail in that country. He had opposed such a meeting, for several reasons, some of which are set forth in those reasons Mr. McGee had assigned in his letter against our...

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THE REV. PETER M’LAUGHLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

THE REV. PETER M’LAUGHLIN. The people of this city, and of the large extent of country in Northern Ohio heretofore enjoying the Missionary labors of the Rev. Mr. McLaughlin, will learn with deep regret by the address and reply we publish below, that he is to be removed from this theatre of eminent usefulness.— We say eminent usefulness, for we are charitable enough to judge of the tree by its fruits, and those who best know the happy results of the self-sacrificing and indefatigable efforts of Mr. McLaughlin to elevate and better the condition of the people of his charge, will bear the strongest testimony to his goodness and worth. To his people he has proved a Father Matthew indeed, and the address but faintly expresses the debt of gratitude which our whole community would gladly join in cancelling. Asa conservator of morals and good order, his influence has been widely and successfully exerted, and it is by his tireless vigilance and parental precepts that Cleveland owes much of i...

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THIS EXILE OF ERIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 February 1846

THIS EXILE OF ERIN. Considerable discussion has been going on for some months in the Irish papers on the authorship of the beautiful song, entitled the “ Exile of Erin.” In relation to the matter, M. J. Barry, Esq.j in his “ Songs of Ireland,” has the following remarks : “ In the autumn of 1798, John Cormick, the expatriated Irish rebel, described in n letter to his brother Michael the miseries that he felt in exile. He lamented his loss of fortune, and friends, and country. He spoke of the occupation and plunder of his house in Dublin, by the military, and of the destruction upon that occasion of articles, which, though to others of slight value, were to him of inestimable interest. Amongst others, he especially deplored the loss upon that occasion of a volume of manuscript jloems of his friend and relative, George Nugent Reynolds, of Letterfine; and requested his brother to procure copies of some of the poetry of Reynolds, and to send it out as a consolation to him in his exile. “...

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