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COERCION FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

COERCION FOR IRELAND. The following remarks were made by j Mr. W. S. O’Brien at a recent meeting of: the Repeal Association:— Air. Chairman, 1 have boon deputed by the general committee of the Association to submit the following resolution for your approval:— “Resolved —That the Parliamentary Committee of this Association be instructed to prepare a remonstrance ngain>t the Coercion Bill introduced into Parliament by the Earl of St. Germains, and that the Repeal representatives of Ireland be individually solicited, in the most respectful manner, to attend their places in the House of Commons during the discussion of this Bill, with a view to protect the constitutional liberties of the people from violation nr restriction.” 1 shall endeavor to state the general features of this hill if you will grant ine your indulgence for a short time. As far as I individually am concerned, I have no j hesitation in avowing that 1 was disposed i to wait until I should see this bill before...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SOUND THE ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

SOUND THE ALARM. We would direct the particular attention , of the Cabinet at Washington, to the j following startling statement. We refrain | from any comment until we see whether the grievances complained of will receive proper attention or not. From “ Le Propagateur Cat/ioUgue.” CORPUS CHRISTI ARMY OF OCCUPATION. Attack on the Liberty of Conscience. A letter written in the name of the Catholic soldiers serving in the army stationed at Corpus Christi, has been addressed to us, with request that we shall publish it. This we do the more readily, as vve hope that all those editors with whom “ religious liberty” is not an umneanig word, will unite with us in denouncing the grievances to which Catholic soldiers are subjected in a country that has so loudly proclaimed the freedom of conscience. Perhaps the w arning of the press may put an end to an abuse which is nothing less than an attack upou the Constitution, whilst it outrages the security guaranteed to all religious creeds alike. ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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ENGLISH BRUTALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

ENGLISH BRUTALITY. The Dublin Freeman’s Journal Ims the following remarks in relation to the account we published last week of the treatment the Irish laborers received recently in England. Mr. James, member for Cumberland, asked the Home Secretary whether the government had received any intelligence of a cowardly and brutal assault, rnadejjy English navvies , on some Irish laborers employed on the Lancaster and.Carlisle railway. Sir James Graham, with peculiar naivete, and a sort of pouting smile, replied that Mr. James had the advantage of the government in the information to which he adverted, for neither he nor they had heard anything of the matter. In fact, Sir James made it quite manifest, that he thought the matter a piece of utter insignificance. The cause of quarrel was the unwillingness of the English “navvies” to allow the Irish to work on the same part of the line. Quiet and unoffending, our poor countrymen, far away from home and friends, are industriously laboring to p...

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ORIGINAL. EARLY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

ORIGINAL. EARLY DAYS. A. M’I. Oh youthful scenes, can I forget ye ever? Can 1 forget each early, dear loved spot? Oh early days, can 1 forget ye? never While memory lives ye ne’er shall be forgot. Oh youthful sports! can ought that's earthly sever Your recollections from my yearning soul? Oh early days! though you are gone forever, Your shades forever in my mind shall roll. Oh early joys! ye were the purest pleasures When yet the soul was untinged with a stain. Oh loved remembrances! oh richest treasures! Sweetly ye come to glad my soul again. Oh gladdening memory! though the loved perceptions, Like bygone dreams, are from existence flown, Oh throw thy tendrils round the dear conceptions; Hold the ideal, though the real he gone. Loved recollections! shades of other days, And early years! still in conception dwell; To cheer the drooping soul when age betrays, It soon shall give to earth the last farewell. A Peter Funk Outdone. A fellow by the name of Swift, who keeps a mock auction “...

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Domestic. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

Domestic. Dissolution of the Union. The Philadelphia Ledger gives the following clever hit at the crazy fanatics who have been making themselves ridiculous before our state legislature and the country during the past winter:— “ Several petitions have been presented to the legislature of Massachusetts, praying for the recall of its members in Congress, and its secession from the Union.— And if it secedes, it must, of course, be an independent nation, and compelled to ‘ rest on its spears.’ If, then, British cruisers should capture its ships on the coast of Africa, under pretence of the slave trade, or on the Grand Bank, or in the Bay of Funday, or on the coast of Nova Scotia,- under pretence of poaching on the Brittsh Fisheries, who shall defend it? A British fleet from Halifax, the very Halifax which the people of Massachusetts might have captured during the last war, and held to this day, if they had not followed the suicidal counsels of those political blockheads, ‘our first men,’...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

NOTICE! The follow 'appointed by the Old Estaf •and Great Britain and Irelat Oaice of .iOnN lIEROMAN & C< New York, and HERUMAN, KE Waterloo Hoad, Liverpool, viz:— I*. Mooney, Esq,. .Boston 111. llai John Butler Baltimore Win I Matthew Jordan. .Albany |M. Co< M. MeUuade Utica Win. John Riguy Rochester Brad; John Leslie Syracuse | Thosft C. Cary l'cru, 111. I Kiclt’u Hobt C. Keatillg. .lowa City Chas (. Messrs. Brownlee & Brown | C. K. I Toledo Jus S. N. Thornton Newark I I‘. l)oi T. G. I'eabody, Esij, I Thus 1 Bridgeport I). O’l I*. Homan Sleek, All Savage Mr M. Iron Works, Maryland | John 1 Mr Jas Duffy,.. .Coldspr ng I Air Ueuj. Ball...Tariff* die I I’. Ban New York, April 1, 10-fj. .<L habTi, woods, ma JLYJ. STONE MANUFACTORY, I S.iurp’s Meeting-house.) Monumenl pieces. Table-tops, Grave-stones, Ac, nianulactured at short notice, and on terms, lie would respectfully solicit friends and countrymen. Specimens cun be seen at a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

Notices of this kind inserted four times for $1. INFORMATION WANTED, Of PATRICK QUINN, native of the pariah of Ballywilliam, near tsenagh, co. Tipperary, who emigrated from Liverpool on the loth of May, le4j, in the ship “Samuel Hicks,” in company with four other men, and is supposed to be in the vicinity of boston. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his cousin, John Boland, Waltham, Ms. apll II 4t Of WILLIAM RLiiiOEN, boot and shoemaker, a native of Donegal, who left Sligo in the year 1M2. W hen last heard of was in Canada for six months. Any answer from him will be thankfully received by his brother, Philip Rudden, Canton, Slone f actory, Ms. upll Of DENNIS HUGHES, native of Ballanakill, Queen’s County. When last heard from i7 years ago; was in Brantree, South Carolina. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, John IIlathes, Milton, Ms. apll Of JOHN GAGAN, a native of county Westmeuth, parish ol Maines, townland of Culur...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

Correspondence. The following letter has been received by the good Brother Macarius, and sent to us for publication. Copy of llie Amt letter received from the present Abbot. + Abbey, Mount Metier ay, ) Feb ti, 1941). £ Dearest Brother Macarius: — l conclude from your letters of the 22nd and 26th of Dec. last, dated from Charleston, South Carolina, that you had not received mine, addressed to the care of Dr. Power of New York for you, and giving you the sad intelligence of the death of your beloved Father in Christ; doubtless it has reached you long before now, and you have had a little leisure to resign yourself sweetly to the wise, benevolent, though severe will of your Heavenly Father. But try and be comforted dear brother. If you will, you can find your lost friend’s love in me with all his paternal affection for you. I cannot represent his abilities, but I inherit his love for the brethren. Will you put up with me? Perhaps my name will reconcile you to me, at least, remind you o...

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THE NUNS OF MINSK. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

THE NUNS OF MINSK. A conversation which took place in the House of Lords; and which appeared in our usual parliamentary report of the day following, told a terrible story of the revolting barbarities lately practised by order of the Emperor of Kussia, on the nuns of Minsk. It is some consolation to feel that this tragedy, the account of which has harrowed the feelings of all Europe, has not been altogether lost sight of in the parliament of Great Britain. A fortnight ago Mr. O’Connell in the House of Commons, commented on the conduct of the Czar in terms of withering censure, which seemed to carry with them the assent of the house. When Lord Rinnaird drew the attention of their Lordships to the subject, by inquiring whether Lord Aberdeen possessed, or was willing to procure, any information upon it, his lordship’s reply was very far from creditable to him. It was in fact a shuffling unhandsome attempt to throw discredit on a statement he was unable to contradict; and was as far from...

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ABOLITIONISM—THE LIBERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

ABOLITIONISM—THE LIBERATOR. PILOT. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1816. In primitive times, when Religion was inculcated by the Apostles and Fathers of the Church, there was a strong and active anti-slavery party. Rut, the movement was conducted rather differently from what it is now. The Reverend gentlemen of those days had not faith enough to denounce the constitution of an empire, and agitate the disorganization of society: their faith only went the length of working miracles, and enduring martyrdom. Then they adopted some strange, hard, painful ways of coming round their purpose, while they entirely neglected the plain and easy shortcut of modern days. For instance, they laboured to overcome the horrors of slavery by elevating and enlarging the mind of the slave; in fact, they had the atrocity to advise him to endure slavery as more pleasing to God than bloodshed and anarchy,or even hatred and contention: whereas in these times, the short, direct way, or as it is called in modern metaphor,...

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LAMENT OF THE DUKE OF RICHMOND FOR PEEL’S APOSTACY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

LAMENT OF THE DUKE OF RICHMOND FOR PEEL’S APOSTACY. Air —“ The Minstrel Boy." The Premier-boy to the w ar is gone, In the ranks of i3right you’ll find him; Dick Cobden’s creed he has made his own, And .protection flung behind him. “Cobden dear,” said the Premier sly. “Should the British lion* tear you, One friend, at least, shall be standing nigh, One valiant heart shall care you!” Deceitful Peel! will no sense of shame Keep your faithless nature under? You have made the landlords loathe your name, For you stopped their legal plunder, And cried, “No pledge shall mu purpose thrall— I despise such foolish mummery— My vows were made for a purpose, all, And—that purpose gain’d—they’re flummery." *ln allusion, no doubt, to the Duke of Richmond’s threat in the House ofl,ords that the English farmers would rise like the British lion, and lucerate the Leaguers. John W. Collins has opened a boarding house in Porter street, East Boston, where those in want of good fare may rely upon being wel...

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THE POSITION OF THIS COUNTRY IN THE EVENT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

THE POSITION OF THIS COUNTRY IN THE EVENT OF WAR. There are a few anticipations indulged on the subject of war with England which we think worthy of notice, in order to remove, as far as we can, such misapprehensions and mistakes as may be entertained in this country. It is a subject on which we need not cry up the necessity of having right views. ~ The first mistake is one which, though often advanced, has obtained its most important place in Mr Calhoun’s late speech. It is in effect, that the credit of the country is bad; and therefore the expenses of war could not be provided with that promptitude which war demands. We are aware of the difficulties with which this country must contend in the event of war; no country ever entered an important contest without her peculiar difficulties; and the Union has hers. We have stated them in the Pilot already; but among them we do not reckon the want of money or credit. Our name is bad, it is said, on every Bourse in Europe. The Federal Gove...

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SALEM, MASS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

SALEM, MASS. At a meeting of the Catholics of Salem, held in St. Mary’s Church, on Sunday, April sth, Mr. Joseph Louge in the Chair and Mr. W. C. Murphy, Secretary, the following resolutions, as an humble tribute to the departed worth of their beloved Pastor, were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That although we the Roman Catholic congregation of St. Mary’s Church, bow in humble and Christian resignation to the pensive gloom in which the Almighty God in his providence has lately placed us, yet we cannot but feel a deep and indelible sorrow for the departure from this life of one who in his ministry guided and consoled our pilgrimage with a devoted zeal, sanctity and suffering. Resolved, That in meeting to-day within the walls of our little temple—now so desolate from the loss of his inspiring presence —we feel peculiarly the weight of this calamity, as we are bereft of a revered pastor, a benefactor, and a friend; —of one who not only stood venerated as the celebrator of the rites of...

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THE LATE DR. O’FLAHERTY. HIS ORDINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

THE LATE DR. O’FLAHERTY. HIS ORDINATION. Thg following account of the Ordinatioo of the lamented Dr., is taken from the “ Jesuit ” of September 12, 1829 : “On Sunday last, in the Cathedral Church of the Holy Cross of this City, the Holy Order of Priesthood was conferred on Rev. Thomas J. O’Flaherty, by the Right Rev. Benedict I. Fenwick. The Ceremony was truly impressive. Every eye in the Church was directed towards the Candidate, in whose countenance were seated the expressions of pious gratitude and love, while his eyes were suffused with tears excited by the dread of the awful responsibility which he was about to take upon himself; the prostrate position of the Candidate, at the foot of the Altar, as prescribed by the Catholic Church, and the peculiar impressiveness of the Ceremonies, were well calculated to awaken Religion, and excite the most profound devotion in the heart of every beholder. The newly ordained Gentleman was by Profession a Physician and Surgeon, He is the Autho...

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AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. Washington, D. C. Our nsent here, Mr. C. F. McCarthy, is evidently industrious. Every week we hear from him, with new names for our paper. Mobile, Ala. Mr. Peter Doyle has kindly consented to act as onr Aient here,—Air. Donovan having removed from that place. “T. W.” You act wisely in not wishing to have yonr communication printed. As fur us concerns ourselves, we are thankful for the advice. A friend of ours stopped the Pilot last week. II is neighbors inform us tiiat he has been bothering them ever since, for the loan of theirs. The collection on last Sunday at the Cathedral, in aid of the Free-school, under the direction of the Sisters of Charity, amounted to eighty-eight dollars. Bermingham, Mich. Mr. James Fitzpatrick isauthorized to act as our Agent here. • To the Rev. Mr. Gilbridge of Hudson, N. Y., we are thankful for his kindness, in procuring subscribers for us on his mission. A correspondent wishes to know where the 54th Rritish Regiment of Foot...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

NOTICES OF BO PlTTRUUIlCIl Gu YUTSHL.Y REVIEW S. Fleming Editor. A review of a sidered rather mi odd affair; butnow a prize. The Pittsburgh Review is a would have run ten miles to read, so ties, and delightful extra valance, t Mrs. Malapros, and the sublime metr ry. One could almost say of it son writer says of Thierry’s Essays—“th( the historical speculations presale tli be, not for a day, but to the end of book we may read of“uucompromis severance” engendering a loss and Lord Brougham who is “anoiDeer in ters of Great Britain,” and also “is chargeable with the burcfaccdest ins< p.24; of certain opinions which “we ously executed would have been of vantage,”P.25, of the bloody Turks Quarter,” of “the blighting and wi tions” p. 42, of the “advocation of 11 feeling of lament” which steals over “referred to that place of Roman am when Romans and Grecians were e.v patriotism to throw oft' the chains ( p. 42. We are informed that “true rtl is a gross deterioration.” p 17. We c...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

an Society of Georgetown Coi.lece, D.C., by IV. 11. Donoko : To which ahe prefixed the Remarks of P. D. I). De La Croix. These addresses were delivered on the anniversary of Washington, by two young gentlemen ofGcorgetown College. Although very modestly introduced before the public, they display the promising talents of their authors in a favorable light. Our readers will agree with us that the following passage is eloquent:— “Peace, returning with freedom, which we never before enjoyed, the whole nation chose lor its ruler him who had commanded in war. None could be found more worthy, none more capable. Totbrm a Republic from the confused mass, from the earthquake ruin of years of contention and suffering, when society, struck to the heart, was despairing and dying, was an Herculean task, llis genius shrank not amid a thousand difUculties, and soon the astonished world beheld, order, beauty, strength, spring up from that chaos. Prom the North and South, from the East and West, pour...

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TAX ON PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

TAX ON PASSENGERS. The Boston Mias has the following article on a subject to which we alluded a few weeks since:— “ Capitation tax on Mien Passengers. — We ai e> greatly surorisad to hear that a bill is before our legislature, increasing the capitation tax on alien passengers, from two to three dollars for euch passenger, — and that this bill has been passed by the senate, and is now before the house of representatives, for the action of that body. \Ve earnestly beg the attention of our w hig friends in the house to this measure. It is calculated to injure the interest of the city of Boston, while it certainly will not benefit either the treasury or the people of the commonwealth. As the law stands at present, the Boston ship owners are compelled to pay double the tax on their passengers which is paid bv the merchants of New York. The tax is* paid on every alien passengers—cabin and steerage —man, woman and child. It ig entirely out of the question for the Boston ship to ...

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