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PUNCH AND THE CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
PUNCH AND THE CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE. Punch has fairly put the Christian Alliance to flight' The series of articles; in the latter publication, in which the writer promised to show conclusively that Antichrist was no other than the Pope, have stopped short as soon ns Punch's rival buffoonery appeared. It will be remembered, we put it to the writer of those articles to say, if Punch's arguments were not as conclusive, and as serious as his. He has acknowledged the fact, and something more, by retiring from the field of competition. So much for Punch. But we had something to say, ourselves, to the Alliance , upon the same subject. If he can recollect, we requested him to say, whether the Church of Rome was the Temple of God, or not. He has not made up his mind yet. Well, we want information about that matter, and we think it very strange if one inquiring mind cannot obtain an explanation of one short sentence of Holy writ from a paper conducted by two editors, w ith the assistance of eigh...
ANOTHER QUESTION FOR THE CHRISTIAN ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
ANOTHER QUESTION FOR THE CHRISTIAN ANSWER. Our readers have no doubt perused the Report of the School Committee in Manchester, N. H. They obtained some wonderful answers from the candidates for teachership. One gentleman who thought himself qualified to direct the Grammar School, being examined upon a historical subject, responded thus:— Q. Who were some of the most distinguished New England Patriots of the Revolution? A. Patrick Henry and William Pitt. Q. Who were some of the most distinguished American Generals? A. Washington, Greene and Cornwallis. We have not heard the gentleman’s name; and, for aught we know, he may be one of the editors of that paper called the Christian Alliance. But, whether or no, we must examine the editors of that print. We want to know something about that “ English Minister of State, Channing.” The Anser describes us *as “ speaking of the manner in which the British Minister of State, Channing, attempted to sympathize with Napoleon.” We never spoke of a...
IDENTITY OF NATIVE VIOLENCE AND EUROPEAN DESPOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
IDENTITY OF NATIVE VIOLENCE AND EUROPEAN DESPOTISM. We have frequently remarked upon the kindred spirit displayed by those cutthroats of Liberty, who stab her in the house of her friends, the Exclusive Americans, and her other deadly foes who rule the British Empire. Another proof of relationship has appeared within the last few weeks. It is known that the trust estates of Catholic congregations' is frequently in the hands of the clergy, particularly the Bishops, and held in coiljunction with their office. This arrangement is a good security for the application of the property to its destined purpose. It is not peculiar to the Catholic Church; but is very common among those bodies which take the name of voluntary. Thus the Wesleyan Methodists of England have nearly all their trust property in the hands of 100 Preachers, the legal Conference, any one of whom fcses his trust, on withdrawing,or being expelled from the Conference. Our readers nave seen how Native injustice, having poiso...
VITAL ADVANTAGE OF TAKING A NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
VITAL ADVANTAGE OF TAKING A NEWSPAPER. I knew two friends as much alike As e’er you saw two stumps; And no phrenologist could find A difference in the bumps. One took a Paper and his life Was happier than a king’s; His children all could read and write, And talk of men and things. The other took no papers, and While strolling through the wood, A tree fell down upon his crown, And killed him as it should. Had he been reading of the new3 At home, like neighbour Jim, I’ll bet a cent this accident, Had not befallen him ! Murder. The house of Mr. Van farmer and supervisor of the town of Flemming, on Owasco lake, about four miles from Auburn, was entered on Thursday night, about half-past 9 o’clock, by someone in the disguise of a negro, and Mr. Van Ness, his wife and child were stabbed by the villain, and are now dead; his mother-in-law and hired man were also stabbed, but are yet living. The man succeeded in keeping him off with the broomstick, and saved his own live and that of Mr. Van...
ST. NICHOLAS’ SOCIETY-EAST BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
ST. NICHOLAS’ SOCIETY-EAST BOSTON. A meeting was held in the Ritchie Hall, on the evening of the 17th of March, by the St. Nicholas T. A. S. Though they aie small in number, they are strong in resolution to carry out the work they have begun, as Irishmen and total abstainers.— They desire to let the people know that they are determined to carry out the cause that has been commenced by Father Matthew in our native land. We had a full meeting, for the first that ever has been got up of the kind here; it did credit to the Irishmen of East Boston. The Boston Amateur Brass Band, played well on that occasion. The meeting was opened at half past seven, by the President, Mr. Hugh Cumiskey, who spoke well on the cause. He was followed by Mr. Crosby, an American gentleman, and good Washingtonian, also by Bernard Fitzpatrick, a member of the Society, and Mr. Fitzgibbens, a member of the Father Matthew Society.
MUTUAL RELIEF SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
MUTUAL RELIEF SOCIETY. The Boston Roman Catholic Mutual Relief Society, met with Mr John O’Hare as their Chief Marshall,paraded our streets with full ranks and a good band of music. They proceeded to St. John’s Church, where an eloquent panegyrick on the great Apostle »vas delivered by Rev. Mr. Hashins. In the evening, the Society held its 15th anniversary nieetiug at the Lecture room of the Odeon, for the election of officers. The following gentlemen were elected for the ensuing year:— President, Mr. Thomas Murphy ; VicePresident, William Morris; Treasurer, Hugh McGuire; Secrerary, James Devine. Board of Directors. Mr. Owen Timmins, chairman ; Patrick Murray, Patrick O’Hare, James Carey, James McPike, Thomas Hart, Timothy McHugh, James Naughton, Thomas Frawley, Francis O’Brien, Michael Walsh. They also unanimously voted the generous dontition of fifty dollars to the Orator of the Day. This reflects great credit on on the Society.
THE UNITED SHAMROCK SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
THE UNITED SHAMROCK SOCIETY. The above Society celebrated the anniversary of the Patron Saint of Ireland, by a supper at the Hall, corner of Channing and Atkinson streets, prepared by Mr. McMorrow, which reflected the highest credit on the worthy caterer, after due notice was rendered to the more solid vians on the table, the Vice President, Mr. John Driscoll, in the absence of the President 'who was indisposed, occupied the chair, and who did his every duty with great ease and ability in which he was admirably assisted by Mr. John Colter, Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements, called attention to the announcement of the regular toasts. Mr. John llowen announced them in their order, and with great clearness and distinctness of tone, they were heralded by some noble music, and were enthusiastically received by the company present. We give them in their order. REGULAR TOASTS. t. The day we celebrate—ln commemoration of that glorious Apostle, who convinced the Heathen Druids by the...
YOUNG FRIENDS OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
YOUNG FRIENDS OF IRELAND. This association passed the evening at th« Stackpole House. It is unnecessary for us to say what harmony there was, and what patriotism, and what rapturous plaudits, aad what a glorious fellow the Admind shewed himself to be, in the getting up of a dinner, and how every body went away, when they did go at last, delighted with the whole affair. The following were the regular toasts of the evening : 1 — The day we celebrate. 2 The land w&lt;&gt; live in. 3 The land of our birth. 4 ~The President of the United States. s—The Governor of Massachusetts. 7 Repeal of the legislative union between England and Ireland. 8— Memory of Washington and the men of ’76. 9 The ’B2 club. 10— Memory of the martyrs of 98 11— The freedom of the press. 12— The .progress of civil and religious liberty throughout the world. 13— Womad. Not having’ the pleasure of being present on the occasion, we are indebted to the Post for the following account of their proceedings....
ST. PATRICK'S DAY-IN BROOKLYN, N. Y. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
ST. PATRICK'S DAY-IN BROOKLYN, N. Y. TEAGUE. Mr. Editor.—All the Temperance Socities assembled at St. James’ Church, where divine service was offered, and a sermon preached by the llev. Mr. McCur- | ron, of New York, in his usual, fervid and glowing manner. After service the Temperance Societies, headed by their captains, majors, and marshalls, marched, under their respective banners, through the principal streets, after which they dispersed to their homes in a quiet, orderly, ami christiun-like manner. What a glowing and happy change. Some years ago, who would have presumed to say that five six hundred Irishmen could have met and celebrated the anniversary of their Patron Saint, and went home quietly, soberly, and peaceably, not one having the least sign of intoxicating liquor. Thank God! this is the way it is celebrated by our countrymen. May the divine giver of all good gifts ever preserve and watch over such Societies ; they are calculated to make good husbands, good fathers, go...
Arrioal of the [?]ibernia. TWENTY-TWO BAYS LATER NEWS! [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
Arrioal of the [?]ibernia. TWENTY-TWO BAYS LATER NEWS! Passage of Peel’s new Tariff Bill—Great Battle in India—Pressure in the Money Market — O’Connell’s health, 4*c. &lt;s’C. Our enterprising neighbor of the Times run an express from Halifax in connection with some of the New York papers, which heat the Hibernia six hours! It arrived in Boston at 3 o’clock, Thursday morning, and the Hibernia did not get up to her wharf until nine. By this means the Times had the news in udvanceof all its contemporaries. The news is important, and gives us great pleasure to be enabled to lay it before our readers this week. We are indebted to Jordan &amp;, Wiley for foreign papers in advance of the Postolficc delivery. The debate in the British Parliament on Sir Robert Peel’s Tariff measures was brought to a close on the 28tb of February, after a powerful speech from Mr. Cob Jen, on the weakness of the Protectionists, numerically and politically. The vote was as follows: For Sir Robe...
AGENTS FOR THE PILOT IN THE PRINCIPAL CITIES & TOWNS [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
AGENTS FOR THE PILOT I N THE PRINCIPAL CITIES &amp; TOWNS Providence, R.1.~ Messrs, ltowc, near Market-house. Fall Jiiuer—Edward Bumber. Lowell— Charles Ahern, near St. Patrick’s. Salem— Daniel O’Donnell. Portland -John Cartcn. Bangor— Peter Dwyre. • Hartford— Thomas Kenny. New Tork— Henry Lloyd, near Cathedral; G. M. Dexter, Ann streer. Brooklyn— I TbomaavO’Donnell. Philadelphia— Timothy Lynch. Pottsville— William Phayer. Baltimore— Taylor, Wilde &amp; Cos. * Mt Savage— James Quigg. Washington— C. F. McCarthy. Cincinnati—John Lalor. St. Jjouis —J. C. Ivory. Louisville— J. S. Dooley. New Orleans— C. K. O’Hara. The I ilot is on sale at all the principal newspaper establishments in the United States and British Provinces.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
NOTICES OF BOORS. Af S'lo'tr.it (Fry to tni dirpatesabout Religion* The lust Catholic Herald says of this work:Thts is a republication of a well-known Catholic work, in which t .10 doctrines of the Catholic Church, are well and ably defended, and which if duly wei tiled ami seriously considered, wool.I make the “ way’’ short indeed “ to end disputes about ttdi 'ion.” M. Prthian has it for sale. The Memoir*, private and political, of Daniel O’Connei.l, Vj-q., M.P., hi* times and contemporaries, by U. Muish, Lsq., F. R.8., &amp;c. (iivin* an iinpar ial and highly interesting accom.t of Irish and Catholic affairs for over three quarters of a century, with splendid views of Darrynune Abbey, IhcAbby of I.ouvain, the Four Courts of Dublin, &lt;St \, to .ether with beautiful portraits of flic Liberator, I)r. Doyle, 11. L. Sliiel, and Joseph IIti ne. One copy of the above valuable work for sale at the Pilot Bookstore.
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New Hampshire Election. The electioon, just ended in New Hampshre, was a very singular one, and the result has surprised many. It was an election not on strict party division, but affecting all sorts of questions—temperancce, abolitionism, persecution, whigism, Texas, anti-Texas, Oregon, See. See. Owing principally, however, to attempt to overthrow Hale for his vote in Congress on the Texas resolutions, the prrty lines in the State have been completely broken up; aud the whigs and independent democrats will, probably, have sufficient control of the Legislature to elect their candidate to the United States Senate, and regulate other matters. Shipwp.eck and loss of life. British bark Earl of Eglington, from Liverpool for Boston, with a cargo of coal and salt, struck on South Shoal (Nantucket,) March 15, beat over and came to anchor, but as she leaked badly her chains were slipped and she was run-ashore on the S. E. part* of Nantucket, where she shortly afterwards broke in two and six ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
RECEIPTS. Vt, Th Walsh l_ East Westmoreland. N- 11, M. Foley a West Troy, N.Y, Win Grilfili, p! Costello l.*a tacli——Oahoos, N.Y, E. O’Reilly, F. Merohuji 1.2$ each; M. W nllace 1.50 Albany, N.Y, P 1 owers liJ. McGowan a.5U; G. McCaffrey 7.)c; iV. Buckjpl •Vh J i’ e ‘ *’ L&gt;- Mahouy 2.50; 1). Regan 1.50: II i ; JasEitMtnimons 1.25; P. Chester 1; l;. Maguire }•“?’ 1 utk MeQuade 2.50, Johii Harrison 2.50; (..Murray l.Jjy/E. L). Carroll 2: Th Sweeny, H. lirowne, John Kitly I eaeU; M. Slavin 2; John Buskerville tiic; Th McBride 1; D.KeuneB'sJiP. Cramer 1; M. McMahon* Brid^ej»°' »&lt;?*» Rev- Mr. Lynch 3, for Browuson’s Review (•all River, Ms, B.lJonnelly 2.50; M. Trail.or 2 Lon« i l-—-Canton, Ms, Peter Noonan ° i Ne , 1 , 1 , 1 Jhs Brady 1.50 Manayunk, Pa, McGlmchy &amp; Plunkett 2.50 East JEhiteland, Pa, }Y. m ——Fitchburg, Ms, .1. Horrigan 1.25, this pays up to 1st May, ’46 New York,G. Dexter tj.iw—Pulls ' Mag rath 1 Baygula, La, J. Burns ?.5d ——New Orleans, L...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
Pl&gt;A PSCOTT’S GENERAL EMIGRATION OPPH: PS, 7.» South street, corner ot' Maiden Lauft New York, ami !)t&gt; Waterloo Road, Liverpool. ArrangemenUJor lril'.i. In calling attention to their urraiue--16, ttio subscribe™ cannot but express the menu for IdM pleasure tliey ftvl in acknowledging the unexampled success they have met with during the past year, ami bet to assure their I'ricud* imd the public of the United Suites mid Canada, that the sane untiring industry ami marked attention to tile comfort of thuse entrusted to their care (or the purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which have gained for their House such wide spread popularity will be their constant study to sustain. Thu Lines for w hich the subscribers are Agent* consists of the New Link of LivanrooL P.xiKers, viz: Queen of tue West, (new', 1250 tons burthen, Capt. P. Woodhouse, sails from New York, Jan 21st, May 2ist, Sept 2Ut; front Liverpool, March titli, July bill, Nov 6th. SiiEuiu.vN, lfw t...
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P\V. BYRNES &amp; (’(VS ARRANGEMENTS • FOR 1840. The Subscribers, long and favorably known to the travelling public, continue to forward passengers to every part of the United States and British 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 eilicieut, careful and responsible agents in all the important sea-ports in Ireland, who will give every attention and information to passengers, that cun prevent delay and disappointment. Our Agent in Boston is WM. 1\ M’KAY, 52 Milk Street. eCI ANDREW BARR &amp; SON, Lowell. P. W. BYRNES &amp;. GO., BO Waterloo Road, Liverpool. The Subscriber huving been Agent for the above firm for several years past, continues to secure passages on the best terms, from the following places, viz: l.iverpool, Dublin, Drogheda, Derry, Cork, Belfast, Limerick, Newry, Waterlbrd, Coleraine, Wexlbrd, Glasgow...
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B OCHE, BROTHERS &amp; CO.’S ARRANGE ' MEATS FOR 1 S l(i Remittances to, and Fas sage to and from Great Britain and Ireland, by the “black Ball, or Old Line cj Liverpool Packets," sailing from Aew York and Liverpool on the Ut and 1 uth 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 tlie lilack |lall, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, (.sailing from Liverpool on the Ist and loth of every month,) also by First Class Ships, sailing from that port weekly, which our Agents, Mksmis. Jamkn D. Kochi: &lt;fc Cos there will see are sent out without delay. Should those sent for not come out, the Money will be refunded without any deduction. The lilack liall, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent ships, and w ill sail from Liverpol on their regular appoin...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846
SADLIER’S ILLUSTRATED EDITION Of THE LIV ES Oi THE SAINTS. THE /APES OF THE FATHERS, MARTYRS, and other principal Saint*: compiled tl-um original monuments, aim other authentic records; illustrated with the remarks ot'ju dicious modern critics and historians, lty the Rev. Aldan Butler. Including the complete Notes of the Author, and a Preface, by the H r. Rev. Du. Doyle, late Bishop cj Kil dare and Leightin. D. tr J. SADLIER, 58 Gold Street, Hew York, will commence publishing, on the Uth of January, lb4u, a beautiful edition of the "Dives of the Saints," printed from the edition revised by tlte Right Rev. Dr. Doyle, and approved by all the Catholic Bishops of Ireland and England. They will continue to publish a IS’umber every two w eeks, till the w ork is completed. No expense has been spared to render this edition worthy of the patronage of the Catholics of the United States and the Hrltish Provinces; and the publishers confidently trust, that those for whose use the Lives of the S...