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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 21 March 1846

WILLIAMS & (it lON’S ESTAI LISHED passage oi Pice, arraagemea ii> > o/i 1840. Passage from Great Britain aha n tuaid. 7 lie Subscribers beg leave to inform those persons about set diug lor their friends, that they have com; leteil extensive arrangements lor the year lelu, for bringing out passengers from England, Ireland, and Scotland, in a cen.fertnl le .manner, and on the most reasonable terms, by the regular packets, sailing every five days throughout the season, and by other first class American ships, cpnnnai.dto by the most experienced masters in the trade, sailing from the port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will attend personally to the embarkation of all passengers engaged for at their oli.ee, and at their agencies. They are determined to spare neither money nor expense to promote the con fort • and cot - venience of their passengers; and to curry this more fully into effect, they wish to announce that a person from their omce will r...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

BOSTON PILOT. I*. DONAHOE, < EDITOR, \ T. D. M’Ufcii), I IIUSH CORUBSI'ONDEKT. $ BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT- LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE TIIY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. ( OFFICE, > \ No. 1, Spring Lane. ) sQ.stt::::3n SVimancc. Boston, Sntuv&an, ittavd) 28, .IS4G'. llolumc Jl::::No. 13.

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FRENCH CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

FRENCH CORRESPONDENCE. Paris, Feb. 3, 1846. PERSECUTION OF THE ASSESS MAKRENA MIECZYSLAirSKA AND THE BAS ILIAN NUNS, US RUSSIA. Part 111.■ —residence at madzioly. — PRISON AND EVASION. (1848 1845.) Towards the end of the spring of 1843, our guardians brought us out into the yard, and Sirter Wawrzecka perceiving some soldiers at a distance, exclaimed:—“Dear Sisters, we are going to travel, they are preparing our trinkets; there come our bracelets.” We were chained two by two as formerly; we were likewise surrounded by bayonets, and marched off without knowing the place of our destination. Our first thought was that they were taking us to Siberia. “So much the better, we shall suffer the more,” cried out all our Sisters; and we immediately began to sing a hymn in honor of St. Michael. Wierowkin accompanied us down to the passage of the Dzvvina, which we crossed in a boat; he got in with us, and his anxious looks made us siniie. Upon this Sister Wawrzecka observed: “You must be mad, Wi...

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THE GOOD WORK PROGRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

THE GOOD WORK PROGRESSES. The lust steamer brings us the following gratifying intelligence: Secession of another Oxford Divine. The Rev. .1. M. Chanter, M. A., formerly of Oriel College, Oxford, and vicar of'llfracombe, Devonshire, has followed Mr. Newman’s example, by conforming to the Roman Catholic communion. Mr Chanter is the forty-third member of the University of Oxford who has conformed to the Catholic church from among the I ractarian party within the last three years.— London paper. g Another Convert to the Catholic Church. It is rumored that the Itev. P. Chase Michael, Fellow of Queen’s College, Oxford, has conformed to the Church of Rome. — Standard. j Secessions from thf, Protestant ! Church. The number of converts to the | Roman Catholic religion from the upper 1 ranks of society, during the lust few months, ! now exceeds one hundred. Nearly lorty ! are clergymen.— Morning Post. Spread of the Catholic Faith in ! England. The fallowing announcement of a proclamation for ...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

INDIA. TREMENDOUS SLAUGHTER OE THE BRITISH ARMY-GLORIOUS STAND OF THE SIKHS. The accounts from India will bring wailing to many a homestead. There are the shouts of victory—there are also the wild ( cries of lamentation. The valiant men who fell in that desperate struggle—of wh mi many, and some of the most distinguished for bravery, were our own countrymen—we regret. They might have fallen in a holier cause than carrying a desolating war into a land of freemen— Englishmen call them “barbarians”—and gratifving the lustful spirit of domination in the most rapacious power tluit ever existed. They only did their duty—the duty of soldiers; and it is but a poor consolation to their sorrowing friends that—to use the cant phraseology of the camp—they expired in the arms of victory. Such triumphs are the triumphs of the worst of passions—the subjection of free and unfettered races to the edge of the foreign sword. Victory! Never was that much abused name more dearly won! Of all the battles ...

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THE COERCION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

THE COERCION BILL. We have just received the new coercion hill. We print the bill in full in another part of our impression, hut deem it right to give here a brief summary of its provisions. We are obviously precluded from any commentary on the proposed law. We may state however, that our readers will find, on perusing its several clauses, that it is, as the letter of our parliamentary correspondent informed them yesterday, based upon the Whig measure of 34-5, and that it improves on the celebrated model by throwing the whole of the expense of the act on the tenantry, and by giving more despotic and unconstitutional powers to the Lord Lieutenant. This is a bill that must be resisted by every possible means; but we must for the present defer our comments, and proceed to give our summary:— Clause I. begins thus:— “For the more easy apprehension and detection of persons who shall commit or shall attempt to commit murder, or who shall do grievous bodily harm to any of her Majesty’s subj...

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THE EXECUTION OF BRYAN SEERY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

THE EXECUTION OF BRYAN SEERY. It is impossible that this case can he allowed to pass without further investigation. If the facts be truly reported, and really there seems no difference of opinion on this point, we have no hesitation in saying that, if it be murder to employ against a man an instrument or means which are sure to bring about his death whether he be innocent or guilty, then Brvan Seery is a murdered man. When we consider this case as an illustration of the temper of the Irish Executive, at the very moment that extraordinary powers are being put into their hands for preservation of the public peace, it assumes a positively frightful aspect. What are the facts of the case?. They have been stated before in this journal, but we may briefly repeat those of them that are material to our present purpose, which is not to ascertain the guilt or innocence of Seery, but the rightfulness or wrongfulness of his conviction. Bryan Seery was put on his trial before the special commiss...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. In the hurry of &oing to press lust week, several errors occurred in the proceedings of St. Patrick’s Day. Our j friends must excuse this, as the errors were purely accidental. We now proceeded to correct some of the most glaring errors:— No. 19 Court street,) March a>, 14 j. i P. Donahoe, F.sq., F.dilor of the Boston Pilot. Dear Sir:— Your reporter of my remarks at the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day by the Irish Charitable Society, makes me do an injustice to the Scotch peo le, of which 1 was not guilty. The anecdote, if it may be so called, concludes by assertin':, that, the thrift of the Scotch, prompt then! to pick up the Irishman’s kna.sack ai.o go ii to the battle with the two knapsacks, not “ run away” with them as your report has it. I would not w.ltin :ly pav a compliment to one uation.by depreciating another; ai.dl trust to your kindness to make tliis correction. Very respectfully yours, E. G. Austin. The tith regular toast of th...

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The Hibernia's News. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

The Hibernia's News. Our space was so much occupied last week with accounts of the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, we found it impossible to do justice to the important news brought by the Hibernia. We redeem our pledge, this week and give full particulars. . SUMMARY. On Sunday last Mr. O’Connell arrived in Chelmsford per railway, accompanied by his sou, Mr. John O’Connell, his lady,' and their family. The party took luncheon at the Black Boy hotel, after which they proceeded in a carriage and four to New llall, at Boreham, on a visit to a relative at that seminary. On their return they dined at the same hotel. Such was the curiosity to catch a peep at the Liberator amongst the good people of Chelmsiord that many hundreds of them assembled upon the platform at the railway station to witness his departure for London. Looking Warlike. Further large government contracts, a proof of the activity of the naval department, have just been announced; they include 100,000 gallons of rum, 10...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

Hoticcs of this kind inserted f INFORMATION V OT JOHN BUCKLEY’, a native o worth, co. Cork. Hu is supposed to Also, of CORNELIUS, BRIDGE': MARGARET DALY, *f the same t tioa of tliai'i will he thankfully re: gbr©ther-in-law of Buckley, ami In carqoft). M. Douaboe, Lowell, Mi Of ALEXANDER DIMON D, v England, in tut- full of* 1041, and land* rout there to Phil •ulelpliia, and from Ohio, to see his brother John Dltnon was travelling between Stubenville informiuioo respecting him will be his brother-in-law, Peter Crowley, / If this should meet the eye of Itwbro l will id ease write to the subscriber. Of EDMOND and RICHARD B 1 ers and masons, sons of Lawrence II 'grated from Londonderry in 1t;43, (b is supposed he afterwards went to emigrated from Glasgow, for JMonti boarded with Mr John Grace, St. P< Information will be received address ham, Publisher and Bookseller, 104 ladelnhia. * LOST!!! JVew York, March ti, wanted of the Parents or relations o( TER, McCOStCF.It, or CUTTER...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

IWJICHAEL WOODS. MA ITJ. STONE MAN UFACT ORY, 1 Sharp's Meeting-house.) Mopitinen pieces, Table-tops, Grave-stones, &c uiaimiuoturcd at short notice, ami 01 terms. He would respectfully solicit friends and countrymen. Specimens can be set n at application at Ins slioj Tj” Purchasers wo.ld do wft.l to ct where; as lie is determined te> sell on />, i\i trick HuTvFa IjBFACTURER, has taken the I Store, iXo. ois Washington boston, directly oppositeliisol constantly on band a large assortmei ing of Fur, Moleskin and Silk itats, e Also patent (ilazed Hats ami (Japs, ’i Caps of the latest styles and patterns tv, Umbrellas, Stocks, Bosoms, L and a great many other articles toosi All of which he will dispose of on terms. N. B. Hats made to order at slior ]%fot <t>;. PATRICK iUcI.aV Inl IMG HOUSE, No. 4 Sewell Milk street. Also Ins HOOT If SHO Broad street, Boston riMMO ill v NOONAN, se: X ton linrial Ground, has Ke.no between C and U str...

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MR. O’CONNELL’S MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

MR. O’CONNELL’S MOTION. From the Correspondent oj'the Dublin Freeman. London, Tuesday Even’g Feb., 17. 'I his evening, after a few remarks from Mr. Hume (who moved for various returns connected with the formation of safety harbors, wet docks, and canals), Mr. O’Conneil rose to move that the house on Monday next do resolve itself into a committee of the whole house, to examine into the state of famine and disease in Ireland.— The hon. and learned gentleman proceeded to read a multitude of documents from nearly every part of Ireland, proving the awful extent of the potato failure, and the already formidable extent of the human diseases which have always heretofore, as now, followed in the train of severe scarcity. 'these documents occupied about three-quarters of an hour in the reading.— After disposing of this “enormous load of documents” the hon. gentlemen concluded his address, first protesting that it should not be considered that he was there to beg money lor Ireland—he scorned a...

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NOTICES OF MOTIONS—IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

NOTICES OF MOTIONS—IRELAND. The following notices of motion there on the 23d by the Liberator. They are each of the utmost importance. First, as to the political privileges of the country, next as to those privileges which the law supposes Irishmen enjoy, but of which in practice they are deprived. A good test will be supplied by the first question to the ministerial intentions with regard to Ireland. We shall be enabled to perceive whether the government really intend to enlarge those franchise they admit to be unjust in their limitations, and whether they have had in contemplation the insulting distinctions which even more than the political injuries they inflict—and these are great and galling, exasperate us—the “reform bills,” which regulate the parliamentary and municipal franchise in this country. We shall know whether the minister has matured any measure for Ireland f ave a coercion act. * With respect to the question having relation Jo the unhappy Bryan Secry, if. the minist...

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JOHN O'CONNELL, ESQ., M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

JOHN O'CONNELL, ESQ., M.P. This excellent Irishman is about to pay the state of the country Irish Tories and Orangemen with their own coin. He has moved for a return of the black catalogue of English crime as follows: “On motion of Mr. John O’Connell, on Thursday, the following returns were ordered:— Return of all murders that have been committed in England and Scotland since the first of January, 1842, specifying the county, and the division of the county, where such murder has been committed; the name and condition of the person so murdered; also, return of the rewards offered in each such instance; where such rewards have been obtained; and where convictions have followed; the different queries to be arranged in columns. Similar retm-ns of attempts to murder not attended with bodily injuries; similarly arranged in columns.” On this very same day the Liberal Irish Whig the Marquis of Clanricarde, frightened at the “state of Roscommon,” and unwilling to apply a proper remedy, moves...

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THE COMMENCEMENT OF FAMINE [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

THE COMMENCEMENT OF FAMINE We write the sentence which heads this paragraph with great pain, and no slight alarm, but no other phrase than “ famine ” could assort with the excruciating details we publish underneath:— In Galway the price of potatoes nominally at 4<Jd. per stone, is really twice that price. Nine pence per stone in Galway for potatoes indicates a famine as unerring as the overflow ing of a river does a flood. The man who earns ten pence at manual labor, therefore, can but purchase Two stones of diseased potatoes, out of which he can only pick one stone of sound ones, and he has remaining just one penny a day for purchasing fuel, milk, and clothes, and for paying house rent for himself and his family ! Is not this a hideous state of things? It does not exist unknown to the government. Yet what do they do? They send troops to Galway that the people may see- how the government feeds with beef and bread, and clothes with warmth and caie; the men who bear the bay...

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AN HOUR WITH THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

AN HOUR WITH THE CHRONICLE. We huve spent a very agreeable hour in perusing the columns of our excellent cotemporary the Waterford Chronicle, which is regularly received at our office. From it, among other interesting selections, we copy the following paragraphs: Potato riots in Scotland. Serious riots have occurred in Scotland, by the people endeavoring to keep the potatoes from being shipped. There were only about 70 or 80 soldiers of the 87th Irish, at the Castle of Forf George, Inverness, on the 6th of February, where there was a dreadful riot. Upwards of a thousand Scotchmen were in the riot, and similar outbreaks occurred in Nairn, Cambaltown, and lnvergolden, &c. Not a potatoe will be allowed to be shipped. The soldiers did not fire at Inverness on the people. Poor Ireland! if such riots occurred here what Ballinhassigs, Castlepollards, and Ncwtownbarrys we would have, with Mullingar scenes to wind up the fearful history ! , The Cannibals and the Saxon Civilizer. ...

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THE WAR IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

THE WAR IN INDIA. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1846. England is now fairly entangled in that mesh, which has dragged down empires, and conquerors, and gamblers, in all ages: fortune has turned against her, and she cannot submit to its reverses. If she could stoop her head for awhile, the storm might blow over 3 but, like all overgrown establishments, she has extended her credit till it is as great as her capital. The trust of all descriptions placed in her, the credit she has gained from the whole world, for power, and skill, and resources of every sort is at least one half of her support. If it failed her, she must fall. In consequence, she is in a position which compels her to fight till the last, to fight under every disadvantage, and like a desperate gamester, double her stakes at every throw. The llritish Government exhibits a good many of those symptoms shewn by a pugilist who has received a “ facer,” or a “ visit to his bread basket,” and the reporter for Bell's Life writes...

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THE BRITISH PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

THE BRITISH PREMIER. Sir Robert Peel’s great speech, defending his last change of principle, came over with the Hibernia. It is rather a brazenfaced exhibition. There are none of those efforts to identify clashing principles, and preserve a shape of consistency, which political Jim Crows are apt to make; — there are no botching attempts to dovetail his present free-trade with his former protectionism, and make them appear as parts of one systematic and defined course. He bravely throws off all pretension to consistency, and defends his present measures by shewing up the impracticable and destructive character of his former. He takes no trouble to shew that he is more worthy of public confidence than the great men of all parties against whom he led a furious and successful opposition on the very ijame question, in former days; than Canning and Huskisson, than Brougham and Russell, than Cobden and Bright,— Tories, Whigs and Leaguers—in the hands of all whom, he opposed and defeated th...

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THE LATIN AND GREEK CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

THE LATIN AND GREEK CHURCHES. The following is our reply to the queries of a correspondent:—In answer to our correspondent we would say that the difference between the Greek and Roman Church is, that the former is a church schismatic and cut off from the body of which Christ is Head, and hence a dry and fruitless twig, in a state of sure and steady decomposition. Till about the middle of the 9th century the entire Greek and Oriental Church was in communion with the Latin or Western Church, and acknowledged the Bishop of Rome as the cominon father of both. While that Communion lasted she wus glorious in her members, and fruitfid in her mission, and produced a host of fathers and saints and doctors who are still venerated as the pride and ornament of the Church Catholic. Since her separation she has been like the blasted fig-tree—she has done nothing, she has produued nothing. No one distinguish'ed for learning or piety has appeared within her borders, unless perhaps you except Bessar...

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