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

Obituary. Sister Eugenia Magenais, of tho Order <u Charity, died in Los Angeles on the 2Stli of ! November, in the 03d year of her age, and l lith of her religious life. She was a native ! of Dublin, Ireland, hut immigrated with 1 her family when quite young to the United States. St. Louis, New Orleans, Detroit, San Francisco, and latterly Los Angeles’ were the scenes of her arduous labors. Sister Mary Louis, of the nuns of the Visitation, died in Richmond, Va., aged 30. The deceased was a daughter of the late, David Williamson, of Baltimore countv and had been a religious for upwards of nineteen years. May she rest in peace. Die», on the 31st of December, 1872 Sister Annie Brady, of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. The funeral was on Friday morning, Jan. 3rd. when Solemn High Mass was sung by tho Rev John J. El cock, assisted by tho Rev. R. J. Fitzgerald as Deacon and the Rev. F P. O’Neill as Subdeacon. Ox Christmas Eve at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, R...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Our Chiromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Our Chiromo. fflje filot. BOSTON, JANUARY 25, 1873. Our Chromo of Father Burke is now being printed as rapidly as possible; and copies shall be mailed as soon as received to those yearly subscribers who have sent us 20 cents for postage, Our friends must bear in mind that the printing of a Chromo is a tedious operation; but if they will have patience for a little wliile every one will be supplied. Each copy of our Chromo must be printed seven times, and each printing must have time to dry before another follows. When the Chronto arrives, there is not one of our subscribers who will not be more than satisfied and recompensed for the short delay. Every subscriber who wants the Chromo must send us 20 cents for postage. We cannot send it otherwise.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson’s Review. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson’s Review. Mr. Donuhoe has been appointed Agent for tiie New England States for the sale of this truly excellent QUARTERLY, which has just been revived by the author, O. A urownsox. Subscription price, $5 per annum, in advance. Single numbers, $1 2-5 per copy. The number for January is now ready. Every intelligent Catholic ought to .subscribe. Address PATRICK DONAHOE, Publisher and Bookseller, 300 Washington street, Boston, Mass.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Where We Are to be Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Where We Are to be Found. The Pilot Office and Bookstore, 3GO Washington street . Drafts on Ireland, at fiio Banking Rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, 52 Temple place.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Sadliers' Catholic Almanac [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Sadliers' Catholic Almanac For 1873, with a full report of the various Dioceses in tiie United States and British North America; also a list of the Archbishops, Bishops, and Priests of Ireland. Price, $l.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (eor. of Concord si,.),Boston, i Donations for Support of the Institution. The following sums have been received since last report:— Mrs. Inslgl $lOO 00 A Friend 50 00 Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said In the Chapel of the Home for all benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily ascend to heaven for I hose who contrifhte to the support of the institution. l’ersous wishing to adopt children will apply at the Home. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest. Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Mrs. F. Smith $5O 00 F. Francis Murphy 50 00 Persons to ho have subscribed to the Roll of Honor trill please pay up their subscriptions,at their earliest ! convenience , to Mu. Donaiiok, or the Superinlen- j dent. 31k. B. Cullen.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
East Boston, The HIghlands, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

East Boston, The HIghlands, &c. Tiie Pilot is delivered at the Post-office, in the County of Suffolk, freo of postage. But if our friends desire to have their papers delivered, they can make arrangements at the various offices. 3t '

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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OUR PROVIDENCE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

OUR PROVIDENCE LETTER. Providence, r. i. , Jan. n, i? 73.. Right Rev. Dr. Flendrvcken belli an ordination 1 liia morning in the chapel of the Sisters of Mercy, Claverick street, and raised to the dignity of the Priesthood Rev. John Maguire, lately a student of St. The'rese, Terrebonne, Canada. lie was assisted by Rev. Messrs. .J. J. McCabe, R. J. Sullivan, and Thomas Clinton. Rev. Henry Sprelght 101 l this week for his French parish in Crompton. Rev. M. Fitzgerald entered on iiis labors as pastor of North Kaston, on Friday, the 10th Inst. Amongst the contributions to the new Cathedral is one oft? 750, cash, from Right; Rev. Bishop McFarland, lately Bishop of the Diocese. The Society of the Children of Mary, belonging to the Cathedral, now numbers •three hundred members. Nowhere can you find so tervent and devoted young ladles a i * in this Society. They are in great need of a hall lor assembling, and the Bishop promised to provide something of the kind as soon as possible. There are...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Lectures. Key. I*. J. Rogers, of Brighton. Muss., lectu -ed on •* The Persecution and Triumph of the Irish Ttuce ami Faith,” in Tremont Temple, Boston, ori the 14th inst. .M«. St. Sheridan lectured in St. Mury's Church, Brookline, Mass,, Jnn. sth, subject—“ Curran, the Irish Wit and Orator.” The lecturer was Introduced by Father Lamb, aiid delivered n good lecture, which was well received. Wf.ndktx l’liii.urs delivered the second leoturo in iho Catholic Lyceum course, in Mechanics’ Hall, Worcester, Muss., Jan. Sfh, Ins subject being “inferences from , Froude.” Kf.V. R. Fulton, S. J., of Boston College, lectured for the Catholic Lyceum Association of Charlestown, belorc a large and appreciative audiense, on .Sunday evening, Jan. 12th, on the subject of ‘ ‘ Education.” A lectorB was given, Doc. 16th, under the auspices of the Nj,. Aiphonsus Section j of tiie Catholic militant Union, New Orleans, liy the President. David Flaney. esq., | on “ The Church, the Founder and 'Guide i of Mode...

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

Personal. Louts Phillippe and Louis Napoleon, the last two rulers of France, botli died in England. Gambktta, tiie leader of the Red Republicans in Franco, is a Jew. The Metropolitan Record, of New York, edited by Mr. John Mullaly, lias passed out of existence, it was an interesting Catholic paper. The compositors of the Tribune ask the compositors of the United States to give the proceeds of 1000 ems each towards erecting a statue of Horace Greeley over his grave. The “ setting - ’ is proposed to be done on Feb. 3rd. The last National Quarterly Review in an article on Rufus Choate, says: “ Like the still living and still powerful O’Conor, lie was almost irresistible with a jury and could win the most desperate causes'” The Boston I'ost says‘ ‘ The Albany Young Men’s Christian Association didn’t have Christianity enough to save them from bankruptcy, and their property has been seized for debt.” At the reception of Gen. Pratt, the Great American Traveller, at Rumford Hall, Waltham, M...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
City and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

City and Vicinity. Thebe were 56 deaths from small-pox in Boston last week. The Advertiser says there are 1000 cases in the city. Mayor Pierce is to reside at the Parker House during his official career. It is a convenient locality. The death rate of Boston increased thirty per cent, during the past year. Can any one give a reason why ? Oyer $ll,OOO have been already paid to the physicians for free vaccination to the people of Boston, and more bills are to come. The Fenian Brotherhood of Boston held a public meeting in their hall, 37 Harvard street, on January 11th. Fervid speeches were made and applauded. All honor to the new Mayor of Boston! He has commenced his official term by a raid on the slippery coal covers on the sidewalks. He Isas issued strict orders to the police to see to it that these covers are either removed or roughed. Over one-third of the small pox paticn ts at Gallop's Island have died. The total number treated during the quarter ending December 31. was 353, and ...

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

Temperance. Massachusetts Catholic Total Abstinence Union, organized May 30, ls'i. William Coveney, i‘resident; John .V. Duggan, Secretary. 'Address P. O. Box', 3851 Boston, Mass. A large temperance society has been founded among the hoys of St. Francis’ parish, Philadelphia, under the direction of FatherMaginn. The officers of the Philadelphia Diocesan Temperance Union visited Chester, Pa.,to promote the progress of the temperance society of that place. The delegates in the different societies in Philadelphia in favor of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. met at the Hall of the Columbus Literary Institute, Jan. 6th, to make the necessary arrangement for a parade. The annual State Temperance Convention of Pennsylvania will be held at Scranton, Pa., Feb. 6th. All societies belonging to the C. T. A. U. of Pennsylvania will send two delegates each. A general election and important Ihusiness will come up. At the regular meeting of the St. Joseph’s T. A. Society of Natick, R. 1., held Tuesda...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Ittv. K. .1. Bxmics, Pr. Rev. Edward J. Burnes died <iuite suddenly on Sunday morning, Deoember 29th, ut the pastoral residence, St. Augustine, Cambria county, Pennsylvania, in the thirty-seventh year of his'age. Itev.KdwnnlConroy, Kildare. Ireland. The death is announced of Rev. Edward Conroy, P. P., Chute, Cos. Kildare, Ireland, who was for many years the curate of Carlow Graigne under the Very Rev. Dr. 3laher, an excellent and zealous’nriest. H. I. P. Horn Gall Jlorell, O, S. 11., Austria. The Liberie of Fribourg reports the death of the eminent Benedictine Monk, Dorn Gall Morell, of the Abbey of Einsiedeln. He was the author of some admirable religious poetry, which has taken a high rank in German literature. lie was horn in ISO3 and entered religianinhis 17thyear, at the ancient monastery which now laments his loss. Father Gall Morell had travelled much in the pursuit of learning and artistic knowledge; the rest of his life was devoted to authors...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Xcv, BUhopa. At the Consistory held on Dec. 33d, the Pope announced the appointment of Father Vaughan as Bishop of Salford, and of Father Weathers as Bishop and Coadjutor of Westminster. The Vicar of the Western District of the Cape of Good Hope and the Apostolic Vicar of Northern Burmali have also Been appointed bishops. Interesting Items. A correspondent states that Father Jandel, the General of the Dominicans, is the seventy-ii/tli of the members of the (Ecumenical Council who has died since it was opened on the ?tli of December, 1869. Among the seventy-five were eight cardinals. The number of living cardinals amounts to forty-five, of whom twentyone are seventy or more years of age. Cardinal Billiet, who has reached the age of ninety, is the oldest. During the reign of Pius lx. ninety-seven cardinals have died. All the Cardinals are now at Rome, with the exception of Cardinal Hohenlohe. Twenty-five cardinals’ hats are vacant. The (’llurcli Property Sei...

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Source: Boston College
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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Irish-American Societies. The St. Ambrose Beneficial Society of Schuylkill Haven, Pa., lias joined the National Union. The St. Malaclii Benevolent Society of Pittsburg, Pa., lias 73 members, and" has been admitted into the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union. The St. Francis do Sales Mutual Relief Society of Charlestown, Mass., had their annual hall last week, which was a pleasant success. Branch No. 7 of the Hibernian Mutual Aid and Benevolent Association of New Orleans, T.a., had a grand parade recently, on the occasion of receiving their new banner. The Philadelphia National Catholic Benevolent Association enrolled many new members i.t their recent meeting in PhilopatrianHall. Tlie Secretary was directed to procure a gold badge for each member. Officeus of Catholic Benevolent Societies of the United States are requested to send their names to Martin J. Griffin, See. ret ary of Irish Catholic Benevolent Union, 1231 Lentz street, Philadelphia. Pa., so that copies of Proceeding of Phila...

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Communications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Communications Received. I “ F.. D. Boston. —We regret that your commuI ideation is unsuited to the columns of Tiie Pilot. We do not like to print matters of such a personal nature. | “ Erin, St. John." —The ideals good, but the I versification needs much revision. Tiie Late Rev. Canon Walsh.—We published the death of Canon Walsh two months ago. The item sent us by a correspondent is therefore out of date. “ A. H. Boiton.—' The Triennial Parliamentary Act was finally repealed in 1716 (2 Geo. I.). The Septennial Act, entitled, “An Act for enlarging ?7i e c co “ tinua nce of Parliaments,” was passed in Parliamentary Election Act was passed in of which we have not a copy. If our memory futirnf US ari “ !lt Provided for a periodical dissoA I JtiKNi)i •’ in WiUJamstown, Mo., writes Ids J’ an f! braise of. 111 K Pilot, sends ids subscription for the Chromo of Father teils of the prosperity of the Church in that Mate. Our little Mission is located in the centre of a beautiful and fertile p...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous friends who have sent us letters and subscriptions in advance. we select the following:— We have received a letter of substantial sympathy from the llight Rev. Bishop of Springfield, which we do not feel at liberty to publish, as it is marked ‘ ‘ Private.” Letters of sympathy have also been received from the Most Rev. Archbishop of Toronto, and other Bishops, but the letters being marked private, we cannot publish them. Bishop Fitzgerald, Little Bock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark., l)ec. 11,1872. Mn. Patrick Donahoe—Sir:—Enclosed you will And Post-Office Order for $l7 60: $l2 50 pleas# place to the credit of Right Rev. E. Fitzgerald, and $5 to the credit of Patrick Reilly. You will no; forget to send the Chromo of Father Burke to Bishop Fitzgerald. Yours in Christianity, Patrick Reilly. Twenty Hollars in Advance. Chatham Village, N. Y.. Dec. 26, 1872. P. Donahoe, esq.—Dear Sir:—With deep sympathy for the very great loss which you have lately sustained ...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Resolutions of Condolence. Notices like the following are Inserted for Si. At a meeting of the Cambridge Mechanics’ Association, held Dee. 30, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted:— Whereas, It has pleased Almighty Hod to remove from our mid.st, by tiie unsparing baud of Death, one of our beloved members and associates, Mr. Fraxk E, Dkvexs; therefore, be it Resolved , That in his death we are again reminded of the frailly of life, its beauties and its cares, and of the importance of our earnest and honest devotion to principle and religion, which was always a predominant trait in iris character, and which rendered him ever ready to meet his Maker with a firm spirit of Christian resignation, and with which he surrendered his spirit in obedience to Him who said, ‘ * Come, ye blessed of my Father, possess the kingdom prepared for you.” Resolved , That in his death his family have lost a dear, devoted, and obedient son and brother, the community a useful and u...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

A ISai&e CHAarcis —OF GOING TO—IRELAND AAD BACK FOR ONE DOLLAR, To be Drawn at the Fair —TO BE HELD—IN APRIL, 1873, —FOB THE BUILDING OF THF.— Immaculate Conception Cliurcfa, Oblate Fathers, Lowell, Mass. A First-Class Cabin Passage from New York to Ireland and Back, Donated by tlio lA'MAS STEAMSHIP COMPASY. TICKETS, $l.OO, Can be had at THE PILOT OFFICE, or by addressing— Rev. J. McGrath, Box 3(>o, Lowell, Mass. The Oblate Fathers appeal with confidence to their friends on the present occasion. janll:(it:eop TO CATHOLIC PHYSICIANS. To Let, in a good location, an oGico suitable for a Physician. There is a large Catliolic population in tiie neighborhood. Address—BOX 250, EAST CAMBRIDGE POST-OFFICE. janll:3t NEW CATHOLIC AOADEMY.~ 21 East Springfield street, Boston. The undersigned begs to inform the Catholic* of Boston that lie intends to open his Academy on Monday, the 27tli inst.. at. 21 East Springfield st. "1 liis School is intended to afford to the Catholi...

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