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THE HOUSE OF BONAPARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE HOUSE OF BONAPARTE. The living members of the Bonaparte family are Prince Napoleon (Plon-Plon), who married Princess Clothilde, daughter of the King of Italy. He constituted himself a sort of breakwater between the despotism of his cousin the Emperor and the liberalism of tlie party of progress. He lived in fine style in the Palais Koyal until tlie Napoleonic fabric broke down. He is now among the dismounted cavalry of tlie empire, and passes his time contemplating the beauties of Lake Leman. Prince Pierre Bonaparte, who murdered Victor Noir, and was acquitted of tlie crime, was born at Home on tlie 11th of October, 1815. He was the son of Lucien Bonaparte by his second wife. At the age of sixteen lie took part in the Tuscan insurrection, was arrested, and shut up for six months in the citadel of Leghorn. On being set free lie proceeded to the United States, as the doors of the Church were closed against him. In January, 1832, lie arrived in New York in a Yankee commercial brig,...

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Source: Boston College
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The Times are Changed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

The Times are Changed. Translated from the Italian Expressly for The Pilot. The same Joseph Ferrari (Deputy in the Italian Parliament) who said to the Chamber on the 27th of May, 1860, that: ‘ ‘ The Papacy which you think is dead, or almost dead, I, who am not suspected of venerating it too blindly, believe it to be very strong; I see that those who assail it courageously fall into misfortune;” that same Joseph Ferrari, who, on the 26th of March, 1861, recalled to the Chamber the passed kingdom of Italy, declaring that “ Rome was fatal to kings, and had never seen its last king,” and yet he, on the 2Sth of November, 1872, laughed at the hopes of the Pope, because the world is changed! In the first place, the Vatican, which judges of the future by the past, considers this kingdom of lialj - as the resurrection of the ancient kingdom of Italy translated into Piedmontese dialect, and combat Victor Emmanuel 11. as it combatted Napoleon 1. Therefore it hates the uniformity of the old Fre...

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Belcarra Kew Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Belcarra Kew Catholic Church. New York, Nov. 15, 1872. TO THE REV. EDWARD GIBBONS, P.P., BAI.LA AND BELCARRA. Tier. and Dear Father, —Nurtured on the hallowed soil of Ireland, and inheriting the faith of our glorious Apostle, we would not deem our conduct sufficiently justifiable in the eyes of religion and nationality, or ourselves worthy representatives of the “Emerald Isle,” were we to remain apathetic and indifferent when a cause such as you have initiated and are at present zealously and laudably prosecuting commends itself to our notice and approval. Sacred ns are the ties which inseparably bind the Celt in whatever quarter of the globe his destiny may have placed him, to the country of his fathers and the saddening memories of its departed glories, still more Sacred and inviolable is that indestructible faith, whose teaching and traditions —associated with the tender reminiscences of early childhood—are indelibly engraven on his inmost heart, and which, through all the variou...

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REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

REPLY. My Dear anil Esteemed Friends,—! am in receipt of your kind and affectionate lotter, accompanied by your generous and munificent donation of §5115 50—£104 sterling—towards the erection of our new church at Belcarra, now in an advanced state of progress. With this princely donation I have also received a list of the fine old Celtic names of the worthy and respected contributors, interspersed with those of other nationalities—proving, it proof were necessary, that the children of the Church are no strangers to each other iu any land under the sun, and that a call in her name is sure to evoke their cordial, faithful united response. Of this valued list I shall take due care. There are occasions when one feels painfully embarrassed at the poverty of language—or one’s own poor command of it—to give expression to one’s feelings, and when words would seem to be borne down and swept away beneath the strong current of gushing thoughts. And in some such frame of mind do I find myself w...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

BIETHS. Dec 20, in Dublin, the wife of Robert Daniel, esq, New Forest, of a son. 20, the wife of Arthur Houston, esq, of a son. 25, the wife of Patrick O’Connor, esq, of a son. Doc 25, at Monaghan, the wife Edward Pay Donnelly, of a sou. Dec 27, at Blackrock, the wife of William Lawrence, of a daughter. Dec 25, at Sandymouut, the wife of Richard F Nagle, of a son. MARRIAGES. Dec 18, in Dublin, Richard Kelly to Gertrude Kenna, both of Dublin. 20, Richard Needham to Anno Murphy. Dec 15, at Drnmkilly, Silvester Wallace, esq, Cavan, to Anna Eliza, daughter of James Sheridan, esq, Kilnaleck. DEATHS. Dec IG, in Dublin, Isedere Egan, aged 22. IG, Catherine, wife of Superintendent Harrington. 15, Isabella Kelly, aged 75. IG, Ann, wife of John Kelly, aged 50. 16, John Murphy. 16, Wm G O’Flanagan, aged 28. 16, Anne Reilly, aged 77. 18, Michael Donnelly. 17, Mrs Mary Feagan. 18, James Reilly, aged 57. 18, Michael Donnelly. IS, Hon David Lynch, aged 50, 19, the wife of John O’Leary. 20, John Mc...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Vestments, Church Goods, Etc. The attention of the Reverend Clergy is called to the beautiful assortment of these goods, comprising all our stock in this line, imported for the Fall Trade, which we succeeded in saving from the lire entire, as follows: Chasubles. Fine Gold Cloth, Real Gold Galoons, and Kmbroidery, in rich and elegant designs, $92.00; 105.00; 110.00; 125.00; 160.00; 175.00; 200.00. GoldClotli, Half Fine Galoons and Embroidery, $10.00; 46.00 ; 48.00 ; 60.00. Gold Cloth, with and without Flowers, ordinary Galoons, $28.00 ; 29.00; 00.00; 01.00; 30.00; 05.00; 42.50. White Watered Silk. Real Gold Galoons and Embroidery, $88.00; 98.00; 119.00; 125.00 ; 200.00. White Watered Silk, Half Fine and Silk Galoons, and Embroidery, 542.00; 50.00 ; 52.00; 60.00; 72.00. White, in various styles Silk and Damask, with and without Flowers, with Silk and Imitation Gold Galoons, $16.00; 19.00; 22.00; 24.00 ; 27.00; 29.00; 31.00; 33.00 ; 35.00 ; 37.00 ; 40.00. Violet Red, Green, and Black, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. ? en £ 8 -, I Xll er t,lls ,lead are inserted n’l- P . 81,00, • Tlle immense circulation tin- ™ e i( ct} ’’ town and liamlet on -‘’nerleant confluent, renders It the best me-r-lends ir °Morp't!mn 1 tl 0 ,Ua ? e llK|ull ' ies about lost ft . .' . V ® l ,, t *i ree ' l °urths Ol those adver-'-Vd r ,S J. awJ2. wlsh,l, K their friends V ■»'; l 11 ■' >'d ns 81.00 enclosed in a letter, 1 ttieiuent written as legibly as possi- ' - h » - o mist ake may be made by the printer lei-., s in Lnglai -t, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of u* world, ran have their friends advertized by remitting u tlie price in gold. For AaZ a>orere* will Be inserted for seven weel y little risk in smdlnr gold in a letter. . tlch-d into it. or nlac-d between & null pb fca 1 . pasteboard. I iifon 11 iO' 1 lVantetl Of Martin VCabkhen, ears who left Chicago, Oct. W, 1861; monition of his parplexion and light gray eyes. Inf whereabouts will lie received by his, ents....

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. Walter Kelly,” Buffalo, N. Y.—Tlie goddess was Adepagia. • • Kyhan O’Grady,” Madison, Wis.— Kami O’Hara died in 178-2. “Patrick Bolger,” Pensacola, I'la. Juno had the title ol Regina. “ Richard Furlong,”.\ew Albany, Ind. Write to the Dublin Xu lion office. “Robert Murray.” Hartford. Conn. Mr. Donahoe’s catal tgaea can always b procured from “ head-quarters,” at 80--ton. “ Hamel Manning," Ban Francisco. Cal. —l*. S. Senator Casaerlj isanativeof New York City, and a Catholic. “ Michael Walsh.”—Brig. Gent. Ordhas bis headquarters at Omaha.' “Pierce Murray,” -t. I.otiis, Mo.—Mr. .joint l’opc lh'nne'Sy is now Lieut. Gov. of fno Bahamas. “ M. L.,” Frie, Pa.—Ad<lress Rev. Father Burke, c.;re of P. M. Harcrty, Barclay street, N. Y. “ Wit. W aI«H ” Quebec. —The first numiter of the t'anailian Freeman was issued on Friday, July 18, 1858. “Garret Kvbrbtt,” Richmond, Va. Make inquiry at the office of theU. S...

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Bishop O’Reilly and His Priests. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Bishop O’Reilly and His Priests. % . NUARY *25, 1873. “ Let Irchuid in America lie faithful, be Cathode, be temperate, be iiidustrfous.be obedient to law." kev. Thomas N. Bukke, O. P. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir .—Permit mo to mako public, through your paper, an incident -which the delicacy of some might conceal, but which should not be kept as a secret. On the day after Christmas Day,the priests of the Diocese of Springfield assembled at the episcopal residence to welcome home their beloved Bishop, and congratulate him on the vast improvement in his health. A beautiful and affectionate address, prepared in the name of the priests of the diocese by the Very Rev. J. .1. Power, of Worcester, was read by the Chancellor, Rev. Thomas Griffin; and a purse, containing upwards of $4,400, was presented to the Bishop as an evidence of the love and devotion of the clergy. The Bishop was sensibly affected, and responded in a feeling and affectionate manner. It was a complete surprise—f...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Our Chromo. The Cliromo will be ready for delivery the latter part of this month. It wiil he weeks, perhaps months, before we can supply all our subscribers. The machinery will work day and night in order to supply all our patrons as soon as possible . It is no small matter to print Chromos for all The Pilot subscribers.

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The Dead Napoleon, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

The Dead Napoleon, “ The evil men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their hones.” So has it been with Napoleon lI T. There are few to-day to do him reverence or to speak a kindly word of his eventful career. Our Protestant brethren were entertained last Sunday with dissertations by their ministers, in which the dead ruler was variously represented as a fool, a fanatic, and a scoundrel. His ancient enemy, Victor I Ilugo, christened him * ‘ Napoleon the Littfe,” and the name was accepted by those who knew nothing of the man. M. Thiers passed an epigrammatic criticism of terrible severity on him when he said: ‘ ‘ There are no more faults to commit.” The French press is many-tongued in its treatment of his memory. The great Catholic paper, L’Unicers, appeals to the Orleans Princes to acknowledge the Count dc Chambord as the legitimate heir to the throne of Franco, and thus rally around a centre the monarchical forces, now strenthened by the death of the ex-Emperor. Le. ...

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A Cockney’s Criticism. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

A Cockney’s Criticism. A London young gentleman of serious complexion, Mr. Fretwell by name, having visited the American Unitarian bodies as a delegate from that denomination in England, upon his return ’oine has issued an official report, portions of which are reproduced by the Boston Christian Bec/ister. The following is an elegant extract from this profound and reliable report “ A John Anthony Froude comes to America to speak of the dissensions between England and Ireland, and he will return to tell our countrymen j liow America deals with that greater Ireland, ; whose ignorance and priestcraft aud insubordinaj tionform one of the greatest Impediments which j Europe has placed in the way of America’s advance ' to a higher code of republican morality.” I Is not this ‘‘ a gem of purest ray serene? ’’ j and ought not young Mr. Fretwell’s friends j to be proud of him? We are obliged to I suppose he bored cofisumcdly our liberal I and genial neighbors, and that they in return • ‘ sold...

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Prisons and Their Uses. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Prisons and Their Uses. Now and again we hear of ‘ ‘ movements ” for the betterment of prison systems; and every new-fangled scheme promises more ! and does less than its predecessor. Last year there was held in London an ‘ ‘ International Prison Congress,” at which able [ philanthropists from all nations were pres- j ent; and which resulted In the collection of an interesting mass of information respecting the way in which different countries treated their criminal classes.- But when the books were printed and distributed, and after a casual notice by a few editors who looked into them, the matter dropped, and the public interest turned toward some newer attraction. But still the criminal classes remain the same, and the question is hard to answer—what is the best way to treat them? We were glad to see that the Governor of Massachusetts in his late annual message alluded at some length to this subject , showing thereby that he appreciated its importance. The following extract from ...

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Labor and Rest. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Labor and Rest. Labor is one of God’s greatest blessings to mankind. There is no life so empty and miserable as that devoid of care and occupation. “Live on a shilling a day and earn it,” said a wise old physician to a rich mau, who was wearing away both life and healtli in idleness and ennui. But if there is an extreme of laziness, there is also one of labor. Labor was not given us by the Great Master without rest. Work and play are like day and night. They join together to make a complete whole, and when used in the right proportions, form a rule for a happy, healthy life. One cannot exist without the other. Without labor there is no rest. We have no right to over-eat ourselves, or over-drink ourselves, and why should we over-work ourselves? We know that God “rested” after His work, and can poor humanity do less? What a happiness it is—as well to the overtasked man of the world, as to the little school-hoy droning over his school-books —to look forward to the approach of a holiday...

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Religious Reception and Profession at Villanova College. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Religious Reception and Profession at Villanova College. On Sunday, the 12th Inst.. Very Rev. Father Galbcry, lately pastor of St. Mary’s Church, Lawrence, Mass., but at present President of Villanova College, Pa., received the following young men into the Augnstinian Order, of which he is the local Superior in this country:—Francis Rowan, of Philadelphia, Pa.; William Marsden, Lanslngburgli, N. Y.; Francis N. McGowen, Lawrence, Mass.; Nicholas Murphy, New York; and Arthur McCreanor, Lawrence. Mass. The reception was followed by Louis Biu, Paris, France, taking his solemn vows, at the expiration of his four years’ novitiate. Father Galbery, preceding the reception, took occasion to lay before their minds, in a beautiful discourse, the many whisperings of the Holy Ghost to their hearts, as, led on by good and pious parents, they passed their clays of childhood free from the contagious affections of the youth of our country- As the young man In the Gospel, having observed the Commandm...

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The Land of Long Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

The Land of Long Ago. BY UNA. For Tlie Pilot. We've trodden rugged ways, old friend. .Since childhood's buoyant years. Our paths now brightly arched with hope. Now dark with clouds and tears; Bui looking back o’er time and change, The fairest laud we know Lies bathed in morning's rosy light— The Land of Long Ago. When there how distant far appeared To us the glow of noon; What eager, earnest glances turned To days that came too soon— Aye, came too soon, with earnestness. With struggles, triumphs, woe; ” ifli grave, calm words and thoughtful smiles, Ihe ghosts of Long Ago. "W hat dreams we dreamed in olden times,' \\ liat castles proud and fair, *° bless our hopeful sight—--1 hey rose too high in air. great halls rang witli merry throngs 1 hat now lie stilt and low; I bjT drooped and faded since we left The Land of hong Ago. n,,r friends, dear friends of vanished years! Their mem ry haunts us yet, Like fragments of some sweet old song The heart can ue’er forget. s Their kindly words ...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Condensed for The Pilot. The Archdiocese of Baltimore was osj tabiished in 1789 and is the oldest and one of the largest in the United States. It comprises all the counties of Maryland lying west of the Chesapeake Bay and the District of Columbia. Since its formation, j seven prelates, now deceased have filled I its Arckicpiscopal chair, which is at present worthily occupied by the Most Lev. James 11. Buyley, D. J). , who was trans- ; luted to this .sec irom Newark, N. J., July I 30, 1572. The Archdiocese comprises 158 | churches in present use, 3 in course of erection, 35 chapels and stations, 137 i priests, H Ecclesiastical Institutions, 15 , male religious institutions, 10 female rej ligious institutions, 10 literary institutions for young men, I*2 female academies 4 hosjntnls,j.m l_9 orphaja asylums. Avery interesting entertainment was en uy the children of St. Alary’s Sunday School, Charlestown, in tlie basement of the church, on Thursday evening, Dec. 9t...

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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. O'Neil’s hat factory, in Brooklyn, N. Y., was burned on the morning of Jan. llth. Loss $5,000. The planing-mill of Snyder and Baum, at Freeport, Pa., was burned on the llth inst. The whole town at one time was in danger. Loss 25,000. Fight with Apaches.—Advices from Arizona to January 4 say that Gen. Crook had just received a dispatch from Major Brown, reporting his command had fought the Apache Indians, killing 57 aud capturing 20. The tight occurred at the nation - al fortification on Salt river, thirty miles above Fort McDowell, and lasted five hours. Railway Accident.—The express train on the St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern Railroad struck a broken rail two miles north of Montgomery, on Jan. 10th. The baggage car, two coaches and the Kansas City sleeping car were thrown down an embankment and turned over. Edward Churchill had his collar hone broken. Ten or twelve passengers, more or less, were hurt, hut none seriously. Terrible Earthquake in India....

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OUR NEW TORE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

OUR NEW TORE LETTER. New York, January 14, lS'7't. The Hi'niid-.\cw Reform Party Is everywhere installed in the State, and the people are naturally lookinganxiously forward to the promised fruits. We are to have all good laws—no johs and lots of public improvements from the Legislature. We are to have an honest municipality, with no fraudulent contracts. We are to have a pure judiciary with an intense impartiality between the rich and the poor Our public prosecuting officers are to bring criminals of every standing to the bar of justice. Our reform executioner is to hang criminals of every class. Such are the roseate hopes that surround tho New Year for New York, and pity it will be should we be disappointed in any of them. The perfection of the catalogue has set many people to doubt, however, and, like the | catalogue of an auctioneer, sensible citizens take it with a large gram of salt. The conviction of Stokes is looked on as a beginning, and people have overstepped the edge of b...

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