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

THE RUSSIAN BARBARITIES. We conclude in to-day’s paper, the narrative of the persecution of the Nuns of Minsk. The Gentleman, an English paper, in speaking of the horrid cruelties practised upon these poor creatures, says:— The hideous cruelties practised upon the unfortunate nuns of Minsk, under the sanction of the Czar, are at length proclaimed, trump-tongued, to Europe. Vet it is to the feeble, diseased old man who fills the chair of St. Peter, that humanity owes the outburst of indignation which is now ringing in the Autocrat’s ears. Until the head of the Roman Catholic Cnurch had dared, in decrepitude and suffering, to confront the haughty Russian in all his vigour of manhood and power, to lay before him the proof of his barbarity, and to demand from him such reparation as he could offer, how calmly civilized Europe listened to the horrible story of the aged Rasilian Abbess.— W£ have elsewhere spoken much against Popery, but we owe this tribute to the Pope. Nicholas may thank t...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Domestic. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

Domestic. Fatal Accident. Mr. Mayo, of West Hoxbury, who formerly kept a public house in that place, last Saturday evening was riding in a carriage with another person, and turning out of the road to pass a loaded wagon was thrown, by his horse stumbling, directly before the hind wheel of the wagon, which passed over his body causing his death in a short time. He was 50 years old and left a wife and five children. The Lawrence Manufacturing Cos. in Lowell, have declared a semi-annual dividend of twelve per cent. We learn that the Hibernia has all her berths engaged for the next trip, and that the steward has given up his berth to accomodate passengers. Good potatoes are said to be selling»at fifty cents per bushel at Bangor, and twen-ty-five cents per bushel in Western Vermont. Here good potatoes are not to be nad,and poor ones bring $1,25 per bushel. The Lowell Factory Girls. There are 6,339 female operatives in Lowell. The sums earned, range from 75 cts. to $4,85 per week. They ha...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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SKETCHES FROM CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

SKETCHES FROM CONGRESS. ERIGENA. Washington, March 22nd, 1846. In my last I promised to say a word or two about your remarks, on the expulsion of the New York Tribune Reporters, from the House of Representatives. There is a secret about this business yet to be proven, and which several persons are ready to testify to, that it was the work of Lewis C. Levin, the Native, who wanted to punish the Tribune and its correspondent here, for their attacks on Nativism. The facts stated by the Tribune about Mr. Sawyer can also be proven. Ido not justify the fact of their being mentioned in public, nor was it in one of the letters of the Tribune’s regular correspodent. Had it not been that several wanted to punish the Tribune, the joke from its “ persimmon” correspondent would have passed without answer. But I do not want to prpvoke discussion on it, and therefore do not go into any description of the justice of the expulsion. 1 have seen no paper yet to justify it. Other papers have said worse...

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

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. We have frequent complaints ol the non-reception of our Pappr m various pai;ts of the country. There is blame, evidently, somewhere. We cun assure our friends, that few, if any, mistakes occur in our office, as we superintend the mailing qf the papers ourselves. Cohoes, N.Y. To Mr Michael Donovan, our active agent here, we are indebted for his persevering exertions in our behalf. “ An Inquirer” wants to know if the Son of Rev. Mr. Huet, of Bridgeport, Ct., has became a Catholic. Who can tell? Philadelphia. Our active and enterprising Agent, Timothy Lynch, has removed to the corner of Sixth and Chesnut sts., directly opposite his old stand. His private residence is at No. 9 Lodge Place. Saugerties, N.Y. Our agent here will see our terms oti the first page—no departure from them. Quebec, L.C. To Mr. O’Donoghue, our new agent at thi g place, we are indebted for his exertions. We have good friends in Q.ueb ec, and we are glad to find that we have a gentleman t...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

City of Roxbury. The inhabitants of Roxbury met on Wednesday, and declared by ft majority of six hundred and forty-four, in favor of a City charter. The vote stood—yeas 836; nays 192. Capital Trial. The trial of Albert J. Tirrell, for the murder of Maria A. Bickford, commenced in the Supreme Judicial Court on Tuesday. It was still pending when we went to press. DO" The Steamer Unicorn left Liverpool for Halifax and Boston on the 19th. CO" The Hibernia sails on Wednesday next. Massachusetts Legislature. A bil is in Senate ordered for a third reading to repeal all provision for support of State paupers, except lunatics, and to raising the capitation tax from $2, to #3. Bishop Hughes was in Paris at last accounts. So was the Bishop of Texas. The latter was engaged inprocuring priests for his Diocess. Message from President Polk.— The President submitted to Congress on the 28th, a message recommending an increase of the Army and Navy. RECEIPTS. Sntigcrtles, N.Y, J. Sullivan. D. Malone 2...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. Poverty, and the Baronet’s Family, a Catholic Novel, by H. D. Bcste. Cunningham, Philadelphia' 1846. This is said to be the production of an English gentleman of the last century, an Oxford scholar and the pioneer Of the Tractarians, and converts. In its moral and religious character, it is of the highest order; the course of the nnr" rutive is interest iug and agreeable;'but whoever wrote it, he had the heart of an Irishman, and the tongue of a Yankee. The Dublin Freeman of the 11th February, contains a review of Mr. McGee’s recent work, which we shall pubjish at as early a period as possible. Daily Exe r ctie • This beautiful little book is now ready and for sale at the Pilot bookstore. Lives a f the Saints. The sth number of Sadher’s edition of the Lives of the Saints has been received. It is embellished with an engraving of St. Ambrose refusing the Emperor Theodosius admittance into the Church. For sale at the Pilot bookstore and by the canvassers. There is a M...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

W ashington, March 25, 1848. Dear Pilot,— The members of the Washington ’da Club held a meeting on the 25 th ult, for the purpose of transmitting, per steamer Cambria, their annual subscription of $5 per man, to the payment of which they have solemnly pledged themselves. The Chair was taken by Mr. J. M’Carthy, V. President, in the absence of Mr. A. Lynch, President; Mr. J. O’Reilly, Secretary, and Mr. Patrick O'Donaghue, Treasurer. The preliminary business being disposed of, the following named gentlemen paid in their dues* — A. Lynch, Navan, co. Meath. $» J. Lynch, do. do. 5 F. M’Canhy,Skibbereen,co. C0rk.,.., 5 J. Catnap, do. do .5 Patrick O’Donaghue, do. 5 Peter O’Donaghue, do. 5 J. M’Carthy, Dingle, co. Kerry.. 5 Patrick Phelan, Kilkenny, 5 J. 1,. O’Reilly, Mullingar 5 Mr. Fluhcrty. 5 $5O For which a draft was received from Corcoran Sc Riggs, and enclosed with an address to the L. N. R. Association, Dublin. J. L. O’REILLY, Secretary. REPEAL! REPEAL!! The regular monthly meeting ...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

WILLIAMS & KUION' PASSAGE OFFICE. ARRj I 181 (>. Passage from Great Britan Subscribers beg leave to iiilorm tliosi lute Ibr their friends, that they have arrangements for the year logo, lot 1 hri from England, Ireland, and Seotla manner, and on the most reasonable liaukets, sailing ever} Jive days throu by other first class American ships most experienced masters in the Ui port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will atte embarkation of all passengers engn and at their agencies. They are det ther money nor expense to promote venienee of their passengers; and to into effect, 14117 wish to announce ' their oilice will reside in Liverpool the purpose of tbrwarding the pttssen on their arriving at that port, which aibilitv of delay or expense that emigi that place. When persons sent forde full amount paid for their passage, wi diately. With these superior arrangements to give every satisfaction, they hops i that business whfch lias been soliberi for past years....

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

aW i’SCOTT'S GEJSER.IL E FICEtS, lit South street, corn New York* mid !)G Waterloo Road, 1 mcntsfor I SAG. In.calling attent meats lor lt>4a, the subscribers cauj pleasure they feel ill acknow lodging cess they have met with during the p assure their friends and the public of tl Canada, that the same untiring imlusti tiou to the comtorl of thane entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the 1 earned lor their House such wide sure: their eonstant study to sustain. Thu subscribers are Agents consists of the IS it root. 'Packets, viz: Queen of the West, (new', t2j( P. tVoodhouse, sails from New \ ork, Sept 21st; from Liverpool, March 6th, Sheridan, lluu tons, Capt. G. B. Cos Jan 2utlij May I:6th, Sept 2jth; from Li July lllli, Nov Utli. Rochester, IUJU tops, Cent- John York Feb Hist, June 21st, Oct 21st; fr« utli, Aug utli, Dec 6th. Garrick, 1100 tons, Capt. B. J. It. '1 Feb 26th, June 26th, OctJjth; from Li Aug Utli, Dec lltli. iiottinguer, U3O tons, Capt. Iraßi March 21st...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

The cheapest catholic book ESTABLISHMENT IN THE I'MiliU STATES. D. ff J. SADLIER, Publishers, Booksellers, and Bookbinders, iNo. a8 Gold street, New York, Respectfully announce to tlto Clergy and l.aity ol'the United Slates and British Provinces, that they pre now prepared to furnish every description at Catholic Worns, on terms more favorable ihun any other establishment in the country. Having been many years engaged in the publication of Catholic \\ oiks, ana bein ' practical binders, we flatter ourselves that our list of prices are considerably lower, the getting up and style uf binding I. to which we pay particular attention; much better titan those of any other establish melit. Catholics have long felt the heavy tax Imposed on them (considerin. tne miserable manner in which some of the best works have been got up - by the hull price usually chdrged lor Catholic w orks, thereby placing them beyond the reiudi of thousands—it was this that induced us to become some of the that pio...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

P\V. BYRNES .V CO.’S ARRANGEMENTS • FOR 1840. TUeSubscribers, long and favorably known to the travelling public, continue to forward passengers to etfery part of the United Stales 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 efficient, careful and responsible agents in all the important sea-ports in Ireland, who will give every attention and information to passengers, that can prevent delay and disappointment. Our Agent in Huston is . WM. I*. M’KAY, 52 Milk Street. ANDREW HARR & SON, Lowell. P. W. BYRNES & CO., BO Waterloo Road, Liverpool. The Subscriber having been Agent for the above firm for several years pust, continues to secure passages on the best terms, from the following places, viz: Liverpool, Dublin, Drogheda, Derry, Cork, Belfast, Limerick, Newry, Waterlbrd, Coleraine, Wexford, Glasgow’. He solicit...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 28 March 1846

TJOIi\ IIERDIMAN «.V; CO.'S Old Established ", united Males and Ureal Britain and inland I.MIGRANT TASSAGE OJbAiCE, i\u. e. 1 bol.lli street, iy u V ork. l. i.Ki;MAi\, KEEN A A a CO., Liverpool. Aud by their Boston Agent, MR. MICHAEL MOONLY’, ul llie Culliulic bookstore, bccosal. street,—the sure good old slued. Passive to and from Great HritaUraml Ireland, via Liverpool aiid Loedoe, by the regular packet ships, bailing on the Ist, nth, 11th, L>th, List, aim Lotli ol each month to and troiu l.iverpoo, and to aim from London on the Ist, loth, unu LUtli ol each month. The Liverpool United Line is comprised ol the billowing superior ships; ships. captains, tons, snips, captains, tons. Independence, Allen, 7jU Henry Clay, Me, i:iUU Waterloo, Allen, luou lidelia, liackstaff, 1000 liottmguer, bursley, 993 Iloseius, Eloriilge, lodl Europe, Furbtr, nap Ashburton, Rowland, IoPO John R. Skiddy, Skiddy, 9*o New York, Cropper, I*o Biddons, Cobb, biij Liverpool, Lldridge, 1077 Shenand...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 April 1846

BOSTON PILOT. P. DON AIIOE, ( editor, » T. D. M'tiEE, i irish correspondent. } BE JUST, AHD FEAR HOT - LET ALL THE EHDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUHTRY'S, AHD TRUTHS. 5 OFFICE, > < No. 1, Spring Lane. 5 $Q.50::::!» Boston, Saturban, April 5, 18 4G. bolttnu 9::::No. 11.

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TIME WAS, AND IS, AND IS TO BE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 April 1846

TIME WAS, AND IS, AND IS TO BE. THE O'DCNNELL. Oh! to have lived an Irish Chief, when hearts were fresh and true, And a manly thought, like a pealing bell would quicken them through and through; And the seed of a geu’rous hope right soon to a fiery action grew, And men would have scorned to talk, and talk, and never a deed to do. Oh! the iron grasp, And the kindly clasp, And the laugh so loud and gay; And the roaring board, And the ready sword, Weie the types of that vanished day. Oh! to have lived as Brian lived, and to die as Brian died; His Land to win with the sword, and smile,* as a warrior wins his bride. To knit its force in a kingly host, and rule it with kingly pride, And still in the girt of its guardian swords over victor fields to ride; And when age was past, And when deuth came fast. To look with a softened eye On a happy race W ho hau loved his face, And to die as a king should die. Oh! to have lived dear Owen’s life—to live lor a solemn end, To strive for the ruliug s...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 April 1846

Scraps. A “Year’s Notice.” A down east editor wonders why his subscribers, who are so rampant for Oregon, will not walk up and pay their subscriptions, after having had more than “a year’s notice,” to the effeet that the payment .would be very desirable. Fame is like a shaved pig with a greased tail, and it is only wheu it has slipped through the hands of some thousands that some fellow, by rare chance holds oil to it. A ‘lady’ has been arrested in Cincinnati, for the very unlady-like act of breaking her husband’s head with an iron pot lid. If you assist a man in cheating others, don’t be a bit surprised if he cheats you in return. Taking Papers. “Whpt paper do you take ?” asked one loafer of another. “Why,” replied the other, “I take every one I can lay my hands upon.” The world produced too many such nev. spaper takers. Look Out, Boys! A Judge in North I Carolina has decided that speaking or bowing three times to a girl is equivalent to an engagement, and that if the gentleman doe...

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The Church. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 April 1846

The Church. While the Church is assailed on all sides , by the devil, heresy and infidelity, it is gratifying to witness the numbers that are daily being added to the Faith in this country and the old world. The following list, taken from the Dublin Evening Post, received by the Hibernia, will show the rapid and unparalelled strides the Catholic religion is making in England, a land where the rack, the guillotine and the stake were used as instruments of torture but a few years since, against those who professed the faith of their fathers:— COHFERSIOHS TO THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. We have long wished to be enabled to present our readers with a complete Catalogue of the recent Conversions of the members of the Anglican Church to the Roman Catholic Communion. We do not mean, of course, the multitudes who may have conformed from the inferior classes, of the community, for, an exhibition of these, except in round numbers (and we have no means of obtaining the statistics), would be useless. T...

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DREADFUL PERSECUTION AND ESCAPE FROM SIBERIA OF POLISH PRIESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 April 1846

DREADFUL PERSECUTION AND ESCAPE FROM SIBERIA OF POLISH PRIESTS. The Brussels Journal publishes some details of the cruel treatment to w hich the Catholic priests are subjected in Russia. In the autumn of 1841, nearly 8,000 families of the diocese of Podlachia in Poland embraced the Greek schismatic religion; some being constrained by the lash of the knott, others yielding to the temptations of gold, for it is thus that in unhappy Poland conversions to the religion of Russia are effected. Soon however, these sad victims to the intolerance and machiavelian arts of the “Popes” or Greek priests, obey ing the voice of their former pastors, returned to their primitive belief, which most of them had preserved intact at the bottom of their hearts. But knowing the dangers to w hich they exposed, themselves by braving the anger of their new masters, many sought safety in exile, and took refuge in Hungary, Gallicia, and Posen. Unable to avenge themselves on the fugitives, the agents of the Emp...

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IS NATIONALITY SELFISH ? [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 April 1846

IS NATIONALITY SELFISH ? I disdain the attainment of selfish Irish nationality at the sacrifice or abandonment, even for a moment, of the sublime principle of liberty, relidoua and civil, to every created man.”—Jlfr. Strdc, in Conciliation Hall. ' 9 The speech of which the above is a part will be found elsewhere. Mr. 'Steele is one of the many from whose opinions we w’ould never express a difference. His errors are not nocent, and innocence is its own protection. But the above extract enunciates a principle which we cannot pass over—no matter where, or by whom, or by what authority, delivered. Under no circumstances, under no possible contingency, is Irish Nationality selfish. In devoting our lives, labors, fortunes, to its attainment, we perform an act of sublimest charity. Charity is not selfish. Surely nine millions of Irishmen are sufficient for the exercise of any man’s philanthropy —surely to raise Ireland is labor sufficient for our present strength—surely, before all earth, ...

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