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SONG OF THE DYING BARD. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

SONG OF THE DYING BARD. J. DE JEAN, in the Nation. Ask noi a lay—my lyre is cold— My heart is chilled, as by decay O’erheaping it with funeral mould, And muttering—“ Clay return to clay!” So he it—let the happy shrink Aghast at time’s unlooked-for close: I learned from life how calm can sink The wretched into death’s repose. Yet has my heart enough of life To blush for this intrusive strain; But that I girt me for the strife Of soul with steel—of song with chain; And tho’ my place, where none may grieve, Be measured, yet it chafes my will To perish from the earth, and leave My land beneath oppression still. Yes, mourn I must to see the pall Drop o’er my visions unfulfilled— My last bright airy palace fall, I pledged my very soul to build But one deep comfort still remains— I am the humblest of the band [stains Who burned, and burn, to scorch the Of slavery from our fatherland. The furnace will not miss the spark Evoked from its absorbing glow: Strong men,by hosts,will stride our iH”...

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

BLACK LIST. It gives us much pain to be obliged to publish the fol lowing delinquents. We have given them full warning. Consequently no blame can be attached to us. We commence with the following individuals: John McLaughlin, Augusta, Me. .... 1(1.50 Michael Crosby, formerly of Gardiner, Me . 4.50 Michael O’Flaherty, Machias, Me. .... 6.00 Edward Prendergast, Bangor, Me. .... 3.00 John ileudon, East l'itson, “ .... 6.00 Wm St. John, Hallowell, “ .... 4.50 Nicholas Toliny, “ “ 4.50 Michael Bray, St. Johnsbury, Vt. .... 4.00 Francis Power, Derby, “ .... 4.50 Moses Sinnott, Sheldon, “ .... 6.00 We shall continue this list until we publish the names of all who bare defrauded ns. Let it be remembered, that we publish no man’s name who is unable to pay. There are a few in this city and vicinity wliosp names will appear in a few weeks, unless they co.ne forward and liquidate our demands against them. Mr. Mooney has the honor to publish the following gratifying approbation of his History of...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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BROOKLYN, N. Y., [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

BROOKLYN, N. Y., JEMMY. April 8, 1846. Oi*. Monday evening, 6th inst, we witnessed one of the niGSt "“fliorous, most respectable and most enthusiastic meeR&gS of Repealers that has ever been held even in Brooklyn. The meeting took place in Hall’s Exchange building, corner of Cranberry and Fulton streets, and long before the hour of calling the meeting to order the large and commodious room, which was well lighted, was filled to the doors; nay, the lobbies and stairs were also occupied, with persons who, if they came to mock remained to pray, for at their departure they all with one accord expressed themselves the enemies of oppression no matter who might be the oppressors, and the friends of human rights. I must not forget to state here that one circumstance gave me particular gratification, namely, the vast proportion of the respectable American born citizens which I recognised at this meeting, liut after all, we should rather be surprised that the shrewd, calculating A...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

THE UNICORN. Up on Thursday, this vessel, ' vertised to sail from Liverp of March, had not been tele is out twenty-one days. Black List. A new batcl will appear in our nex pape Monument to Davjs. ' have agreed to the follow upon the sepulchral inarb commemorate the name of l ted Thomas O. Davis. To the Memory THOMAS DAI Who devoted to the Eleva and to her Improvement in An An Energetic Chai and A Great Mind Men of various politica who loved him for hi and rare gentleness of and recognised the purity i have erected this f j\ thereby proving his in the endeavour to unite 1 on the basis of mutual respect and comtr to the land of their I ABSQ.UATULATION. Sr. A RECEIPTS. Trenton, N..T, P. Reddin 5; A. Doran 1 West Troy, N.Y, L>. ONeill 1.50; J. Curran Ida Alexandria, La, A. W. Buries 2.50 —New York, II. Lloyd a MeKeig’s Mills, O, 11. McAllister 2 Richmond, Va, Til Renoveii, .Jus Kennedy 2.30each Calais, Me, M. Muguire 2.50, pays to Jan. ’4d, draft rece’d Summit Hill, Pa, M. Ca...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

DIVORCE. Supreme Judieit divorce was granted in this ciiael Sullivan anil Ellen Si ll JOHN Mi UFHY. PRINT LISHEtt, ANI) CATI SfiLLEK, US M vrkkt Strel leave to call the attention of the Rev stitutions: Bouksell: rs and Countr stock of Catholic School and Oku CELLANEOUS lioOKs, Comprising, il publications, a large stock of all Catli m this country to which all tile new a arc added us soon as issued; all ol‘ v, sell, wholesale or retail, at the Very I most accomodating terms. Jj’ Old the United States or Canada, will an strict attention. O’ Publication office of the Uuited guana# and Monthly Review. Subs year, two copies for one, or one copy advance. D’MOiVEY foui Sir:—l ain in possession of a sum i me by a penitent while in the confess that it would be given to tile person if said person can be discovered. Now, in order to direct attention t< money was found, und also, to the mi name my penitent does not know. 1 1 that he lives, or at least, did live son years ago, Braintr...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

r»\ A CSCOTT’S GENERAL EMIGRATION OFFIVES, 7 5 Scmlli street, corner of Maiden Lane, New York, mid !)G Waterloo Rood, Liverpool. Arrangements for I S l(i. In culling attention to tlieir arrangements lor 1843, the subscriber* cannot but express the pleasure they led in acknowledging the unexampled success they iiave met with during the past year, and be* to assure their friends and the public of the United States and Camilla, that the same untiring industry ami marked attention to the comfort of those entrusted to their care for the purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which liave gained for their House such wide spread popularity will be their constant study to sustain. The Lines for which the subscribers are Agents consists of the New Line of Liven pool. I'ackbts, viz: , Queen of tub West, (new"), 1350 tons burthen, Capt. P. Woodhouse, sails from New York, Jan 2lst, May 31st, Sept 31st; from Liverpool, March Uth, July tith, Nov Uth. bhehidak, 1100 tons, Capt. G. 11. Corni...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

&. GLIOK’S ESTABLISHED passage office, arrangements for 1 84G. Passage from Great Britain and Ireland. The Subscribers beg leave to inform those persons about send* tag for their friends, that they have completed extensive arrangements for the year l>lu, for bringing out passengers from England, Ireland, and Scotland, in a comfortable manner, ami on the most reasonable terms, by the regular packets, sailing every five days throughout the season, and by other first class American ships, commanded 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 ollice, and at their agencies. The? are determined to spare neither money nor expense to promote the comfort and convenience of their passengers-, and to carry this more fully into effect, they wish to announce that a person from their otiice will reside in Liverpool during the season ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

JOHN HERDMAN & CO.’S Old Established United Slates and Great Britain and Ireland EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, .No. l> 1 South street, Now York. HERDMAN, KEENAN <fc CO., Liverpool. And by their Boston Agent, MR. MICHAEL MOONEY, at the Ontliolic Bookstore, Federal street,—the sure good oitl stand. Passage t<> and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packet ships, sailing on the Ist, tith, Util, lath, gist, and 26th of each month to and from Liverpoo, and to and from London on the Ist, ltlth, und 2Ulh of each month. The Liverpool United Line is comprised of the following superior ships: SHITS. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. Independence, Allen, 150 Henry Clay, Nye, 1300 Waterloo, Allen, 1000 Fidelia, Ilackstaff, UKJO Hottinguer, Bursley, 993 Roscius, Eldridge. lu3l Europe, Furber, 030 Ashburton, Howland, 1000 Johnß.Skiddy,Skiddy, 000 New York, Cropper, bbl) Siddons. Cobb, 895 Liverpool, Eldr...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

R x,« liE, BROTHbhS & MEJSTS FOR 184 (» Rem sage to and from Great Britain and 1 Halt, or Ota Lint aj Liverpool Racket Fork and Liverpool on the Ist and 1 Arid On t irst Class American Ships, i Persons Heading lo the “Old Count can make the necessary arrangements and have them brought out in auy of prising the black hall, or Old Line ( vsailiug from Liverpool on the Ist and also by First Class Ships, sailing fr which our Agents, Messrs. Jamk there will see are sent out without dt Should those sent for not come out, funded without auy deduction. The black llall, or Old Line of Live prise the following mas nitieent ships l.iverpol on their regular appointed di The HDEI.IA, oil Ist Jan. EUROPE, loth “ 1 NEW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICAN, loth “ 1 YORKSIiIRE, Ist Mar. CAMBRIDGE, loth “ I OXbORD, Ist April. MONTEZUMA. loth “ 1 Notick. It is well known that tl the very best conveyance for perso friends, and as other l’assenser Age out passengers by that Line, the Publi tided by orde...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 April 1846

The cheapest ca'j ESTABLISHMENT IN THE D. 6r J . SADLIEti, TculisiiKiis, Bookuimiliis, No. oS Gold strett, fully announce to the Cleray anu l.ai uuu British Trovinces, that they are iiish every description ef Catholic \\ fuvorahle than any other establish Having been many years engaged in tholic works, anil being practical bii selves that our list of prices are ci getting up and style of binding ito w attention; much better than those o nteiit. Catholics have long felt the heavy (Considering the miserable manner i best works have been got up) by tli chdrged for Catholic works, thereby the reach ol thousands—it was this l come some of the first pioneers in I now extending itself over the coil cheap system, depending on u large s small profits, in which we have In and encouraged by the Right Rev. ai Laity, a continuance of which shall the publication of some of the most i prices which w ill place them within ders from religious societies, librari mission, &c, furnished on ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

BOSTON PILOT. I*. DON A HOE, 5 editor, > T. D. M’UEE, t IRISH CORRESPONDENT. j BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT- LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIJWST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRYS, AND TRUTH'S. OFFICE, No. 1, Spring Lane. s2.so::::fn Ttboamc. Boaton, 0 a turban, Tlpril 23, ISSG. ilolutnc 9::::No. 17.

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British parliament. FAMINE IN IRELAND—FEVER HOSPITAS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

British parliament. FAMINE IN IRELAND—FEVER HOSPITAS. HOUSE OE COM MON 9—Monday, March 15. Mr. Smith O’Brien inquired whether it was the intention of the government to proceed with the second reading of the bill for erecting fever hospitals in Ireland that night? Sir J. Graham (who also spoke io a low tone), was understood to say that he had hoped that the second reading of the bill might be taken before twelve o’clock that night (hear, hear). But he feared that the continued opposition to the government measures, with respect to the import duties, would prevent that Qonsummation. The government were very anxious to proceed with the bill without loss of time, but it eutirely depended on hon. members whether the bill was passed in a short while, or in the course of a few weeks (hear, hear). Mr. S. O’Brien said his object in asking j the question was not to obstruct the pro- I gress of the bill by discussing its provisions j at any lqngth, but simply that an opportunity might be affor...

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Arrival of the Caledonia. SIXTEEN DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

Arrival of the Caledonia. SIXTEEN DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND. The Royal mail steamship Caledonia, Capt. E. G- Loti, arrived at 12 o’clock on Monday. The Caledonia had 102 passengers to Halifax, left 27, and took in 13, making 88 to Boston. She has experienced some rough weather, and fell in with several icebergs, but on the whole has had very good weather, making the passage in a little less than sixteen days. The tone of the British press on the Oregon question continues to be denunciatory and warlike; but we see no evidences of a response by the government and people, except the continued activity of military preparations. The commercial accounts from all parts of the country are desponding and gloomy. With the solitary exception of the Iron trade in which great activity prevails, owing to temporary causes, there is not a branch of manufacturing industry which is not suffering more or less under paralysis. The gloom which hangs over business has been gradually deepening during the la...

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THE GERRARD TENANTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

THE GERRARD TENANTRY. The paragraph, from the Roscommon Journal , in reference to the late evictions oil the property of Mrs. Gerrurd, which has been so frequently commented on, gave rise to the impression that the horrible cruelty described was perpetrated in that county. This impression is erroneous; Galway not Roscommon, has witnessed these foul deeds. A reporter of the Freeman's Journal has visited the place where Bulling! ass, the ruined village, lately was: it is situated about a mile from Mountbellew, county Galway. This gentleman’s clear and well-authenticated narrative (the most material portions of which we subjoin) will furnish the Marquis of Londonderry with an incontestible proof that what he denounced as a “disgrace to a civilized country” has actually taken place; and the other noble lords who took a part in the conversation on this subject may now be convinced that “the statement which disclosed an instance of cruelty almost incredible,” is perfectly true: — “About a...

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British parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

British parliament. We are indebted to the Dublin Freeman of the 2d and 3rd of April, for the following Parliamentary intelligence THE COERCION BILL-FIRST NIGHT. ' London, Tuesday Morning , March 31. The first night’s debate oti the Coercion Bill has terminated, and though seven hours have been consumed in discussions, the bill has not yet advanced a single stage. Your Parliamentary Correspondent will forward you a note of the debate ; it is unnecessary, therefore, that I should enter into details, yet I cannot but congratulate you on the result of the first night of the campaign, a result which I estimate, not so much by the'broad fact that no advance ■has been made towards the enactment of the unconstitutional measure, as by the high and manly tone maintained by every Irishman who spoke against the motion of the minister. The Repealers rallied round their chief in goodly numbers, and it is due to the Irish Whigs to state that they well discharged their duty on this occasion. Smith...

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THE COERCION BILL-HOW IT SPEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

THE COERCION BILL-HOW IT SPEEDS. The following letters from our Special Correspondent will inform our readers cf the prospects of the Coercion Bill. The Irish members are making a noble stand—such a stand that there scarcely seems a chance of the bill being read a first time before Easter. But why is their gallant little band still thinned by aliscntees? The popular members may be assured that tto imtm of tb« diviekHM during (bin atrtg- gle will be narrowly scrutinised on future li ustings, it is not merely the reading of the Coercion Bill that is now at issue, but the whole broad question of Irish policy in its most comprehensive bearings. If the government be now driven from a coercive policy, a remedial policy must be adopted; and the Irish member who fails to aid in this glorious consummation without a sufficient cause~-and that cause promptly given—must be remembered as a deserter for ever. On all the future divisions on this bill, we shall publish not only the ordinary lists, ...

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IRISH PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

IRISH PARLIAMENT. The meeting of the ‘2d March was presided over by Richard O’Gorman, Sen. and the receipts were £227 18s Bd. The meeting of the 9th was presided over by 12. Callaghan, Esq., M. P. for Cork. A long letter was read from Mr. O’Connell in relation to the Coercion Bill. Mr. Grattan, in alluding to the Bill said: —“Now', if the people took his advice they would defeat this atrocious bill. I L >t even - Icing of the eight millions be found out nfVer sunset and there would he 1 no possibility of putting them in goal, because no goals were large enough, and no fptter< strong enough to hold the irresistible might and mind of eight millions of people (cheers). 'The receipts of the week were £283 4s sd. The meeting of the 16th was presided over by John Mitchell, Esq. Mr. Ray amidst loud and enthusiastic • cheering announced the receipt of the following letter from the Liberator:— London, March 14th, 1846. My dear Ray—l have been so hurried to-day that I ha...

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THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

THE CHURCH. Bishop Hughes. The friends of our 1 distinguished countryman the Right Rev. Di\ Hughes, Bishop of New York, as well as the friends of true religion, of whatever nation, who must admire the zeal, ability, firmness and judgment of that illustrious prelate—all will rejoice at the admiration which we learn from the following extract of a letter from the French capital, his lordship has won as a preacher >n that country as well as in our own:— Paris, March 10th, 1846. “ In addition to our usual fine preachers, we have had Dr. Hughes, Bishop of New York, preaching at Saint Philippe du Roule —his eloquence attracted great crowds ; several Protestants attended ; amongst the most noted—Lord and Lady Cowley.— The English sermons have been continued !by a French clergyman,Ur. Hugheshaving : left a few days ago.” The distinguished Prelate arrived in the Caledonia, and started the same day for New York. SCOTLAND. New Catholic Church in Glasgow. On Sunday lust, anew Catholi...

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