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INDIA. RATTLE OF SABRAON—THE NEW POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

INDIA. RATTLE OF SABRAON—THE NEW POLICY. We give a more comprehensive resume ' of the last events on the Sutlej than we were enabled to do on yesterday. They are decidedly of great importance,and have "been received in England with a degree of exultation proportioned to the doubt and danger which the preceding accounts, however anxious to give a glowing colour to the operations, in vain attempted to conceal. That the British generals had underrated the strength, discipline, and enduring powers of their adversaries is now admitted; and it will also be admitted on carefully perusing the last intelligence that discord produced on the Sikh arms an effect scarcely less disastrous than the capture of their tele duponl at Hurrakee. Without undervaluing the bravery, of the assailants, it is quite certain that Goolab Singh, intriguing at Lahore, with his 12,000 armed clansmen, encamped idly without, while the war raged on the Sutlej, contributed in no small degree to British success and Sikh...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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AN ADDRESS TO THE ENEMIES OF OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

AN ADDRESS TO THE ENEMIES OF OREGON. BY JESSE E. DOW. Give up your country! Who are you Who hiire her liile-tleed to .sever 1 Pause o’er the guilty act you do, Lest you be stamp’d with shame foreyer. Your fathers’ sunken graves shall speak Their withering scorn from liel.ls of story, And wild shall lie the Eagle’s shriek * Of vengeance ’mid the stars of glory. Stand for your native land again! Each hallow earth,each holy altar; A our latncrs shook the Lion's maine,— Why should you basely ciihge and falter? Wfceu met the Free the tyrant foe, On lull or plain, or lake, or ocean, Nor struck for Liberty a blow, With iron nerve and warm devotion? Then speake like Freemen! you who dare To guard your native lulls from danger, A righteous God your watch shall share, And save you from the hireling stranger! Your fathers won the western world, — ’Tis yours the broad domain to cherish, Then let your banner he unfurled, And bid the foes ut freedom perish! There’s not a spot so wild and hare, Th...

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

Items. The Legislature of this Commonwealth was prorogued on Thursday night, 16th inst., to the Tuesday next preceding the first Wednesday in January, 1347, after a session of one hundred days—just the period of Napoleon’s last struggle. Nineteen new ships, thirteen of which are steamers, appear in the list of April as ordered to he built for the British Navy. The jury have returned a verdict of not guilty, in the case of Polly Bodine, tried for murder. Henry Clay is seventy years of age. The bill to punish seduction and adultery has passed the New York Assembly by yeas and nays, 82 to 21. It is expected it will also pass the Senate. The fare to New York by way of the Norwich route is only $2. The Lowell Courier states that the jury Tuesday morning brought in a verdict, in the Supreme Court, of #2500 for the plaintiffin a suit of breach of marriage promise. The parties belong to West Cambridge.— Their names are not given. The Packet ship Washington Irving, Capf. Caldwell, arrived at...

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

CONGRESS. The following is the form of the Joint Resolution as adopted in the Senate, on the motion of Mr. Crittenden. It leaves the giving of notice to the discretion of the President; hut binds him to offer it with a view to the peaceful settlement of the question:— # JVhereas, by the convention concluded the twentieth day of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, between the United States of America and the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, for the period of ten years, and afterwards indefinitely extended and continued in force by another convention of the same parties, concluded the sixth day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, it was agreed that any country that may be claimed by either party on the northwest coast of America westward of the Stony or Rocky mountains, now commonly called the Oregon territory, should, together with its harbors, bays, and creeks, and the navigation of all rivers within the same, b...

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Arrival of the Unicorn. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

Arrival of the Unicorn. The long expected steamer Unicorn, Captain Dallimore, arrived at 4 o’clock on the 17th inst., in twenty-nine days from Liverpool, which port she left on the 19th ultimo. She has experienced tremendous weather on the passage. On the 31st, being short of coal, she made for St. Johns, New-Foundland, and on the 4th instant anchored in the Bay of Bulls, where she remained six days to avoid the ice. She proceeded up on the 10th, left again on the 11th, at eight, A.M., arrived at Halifiax at six, P.M., on the 14th and left for Boston next morning, at eight o’clock. The Unicorn has thirty-four passengers. The Cambria, hence on the Ist ult., arrived out on the 14tii. Much disappointment was manifested because she left without the latest mail, containing the last advices from Washington, and commercial letters from New-York. By this arrival, we are in possession of our files of Irish papers up to the 18th of March, from which we have extracted largely, as our readers w...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

Notices of this kind inserted fo INFORMATION \\ Of Charles McLaughlin, a pariah gfCiioka, co. Donegal -is supi years of age, was for u long time on bi Of wur, came home aud remained w time, alter which he sailed from Loud N.8.. in the brig “Bearer.” It is now any direct account was rcceivedfroin person that lie kept a sail-iuakiug she the State of Pennsylvania. Any iid'o lie most thankfully received by his sis lin, corner of Water and bridge stree Of DENNIS and THOM VS MUJR Uvea of co. Cork, parish of Morvede been iu America six years aud the la ter, Ellen Murphy, is anxious to he mmmkm Mr \ ~ ■ up.'l ters directed to Mr Elisha Page, Stoi Of OKI DUET MURPHY, who le Puns, apothecary of Uuebec, in 1»34. she lived in the city of New York. A will be thanklnlly received by the uni gan, P.P., St. Sylvester, Lower Cana Of UK V \N MURPHY, formerly < liidoilgh, co. Meath. He emigrated and lauded in New.York. When las ago he was in New Orleans. His b rcsidiug iu Albany, is anxious ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

COMB MAM F VCT VUuffVY SiOKfi) ■ A. 8. JOl Kiln street >> two doors from Washi *"* Manufacturer of all kinds of offers to the city or country trade by wise; on the most favorable terms, . ery description of ENGLISH, KRI man fancy goods. Has on hand the following:—A wrought and plain Shell Hack Combi ture. 500 dozen Shell Side Combs, 10UU do Loggerhead Shell Side POO gross W rought and Plain 11 3. do Finished Horn Side, o 4. do Unfinished do 500 do Old Sides, BlHJdozen Horn Dressing Comb 400 do Ivory Combs, sss, ss r 300 4° Pocket Books, embrai patterns, infi do llair, Tooth, and Sha Also a lar'e assortment of FAUCI sale or retail, consisting of Knives, Razors, Scissors, Needles, Pencils and Spectacle*. Bend Purses Boxes, Steel and Cold Beads, Silver Brass do, Knitting Pins, Percussion ( Indelible Ink, Port Folios, Cologne Macassar Oil, Writing Ink, Cigar I Shaving Soap, of all kinds. Snuff Uo Pencil Cases, Beads, all kinds, Ste Tweezers, Brown and White Winds d...

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

FATHER MATHEW. The apostle of the millions preached on Sunday Bth March, in the parish chapel of Rathfarnham, to a most crowded auditory immediately after which many hundreds of eager postulants pressed forward to take the total abstinence pledge at his hands in the chapel, amongst whom we were delighted to witness many highly respectable ladies and gentlemen, manifesting by their generous renunciation of the use of intoxicating liquors, their conviction that true enjoyment, in the social and domestic circle, is to be found only by abstaining from those drinks, even the moderate use of which vitiate our nature and impair health in the same proportion as they are used. Immediately after the apostle proceeded to an adjacent field where a convenient platform had been erected was occupied by the parish priest, the Rev. Mr. Roche, Rev. Mr. Spratt, Rev. Mr. Smith, of Sandyford; Rev. J.J. F. Murphy, vice-president of the several Mathew Total Abstinence Societies; Rev. Mr. Farrellv, Mr. Hou...

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COERCION IN IRELAND. REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

COERCION IN IRELAND. REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, APRIL. 25, 184«. Ireland is beginning again that moral agitation in which she so gallantly overthrew her enemies when they tried their strength at the State Trials. Lord Denman has given his opposition to some of the most objectionable parts of the Coercion Bill; the Whigs are preparing to second O’Connell’s opposition in the Commons; and everything bids fair for a contest which, end as it may, will’prove a serious matter to Peel and his Cabinet. Among the many papers which have ap]>eared, the Report of “My Dear Ray,” is one of the best. It shows up the condition of Ireland, unparaielled in misery, and the inisgoverument which is the cause of that condition, the enormities of the proposed remedy, the extensive disturbances in England and Wales, ti-e indulgence with which they have been treated, and the frightful prevalence and increase of the most atrocious crimes in England. Many of the facts and specif...

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PEEL AND IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

PEEL AND IRELAND. Ireland is the great difficulty'and turn-ing-point of British politics. (English statesmen, one would think, may be glad when repeal comes, for Ireland, and her picas, and her party complicate, and dash all their movements.) At present, Peel stands like an ass between two bundles of hay, with O’Connell on one side of him, and the Duke of Richmond on the other. Irish misery, he made his pica for turning Iscariot upon the corn-laws : his bowels yearned over that unhappy land, where misfortune had prevailed to such an extent, that the very potatoes where broken hearted. When that trick served its purpose, he had another for a different purpose. Ireland had humbled him,—defeated his prosecution, and covered his lawyers with disgrace. So he wanted revenge; and lie concocted his coercion law to trample the country for which he professed to feel so much commisseration. He calculated that his crocodde tears over Irish famine would carry him out in his murderous assault upo...

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

THE WAR IN INDIA. With an infinite deal of trouble, and two bloody battles, the English have got the Sihks over the frontier. They have lapped up a treaty; whether it is worth any thing, God knows. One thing appears, though : they are cured. They were troubled w ith that disease which sometimes ulllicts married ladies, the disease called longing : they wanted to devour Lahore ; but now, they say, a piece of it will do them, till they squeeze the expense of the war out of it. Meantime the enemy are still in the field ; and Sir Henry Hardinge would have us believe that they mean to give up their country, and purchase the blessings of British misrule for three lacs of rupees, and a province ; but we are not sure of that : time will tell more about it.

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THE OREGON QUESTION IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

THE OREGON QUESTION IN IRELAND. There are some very plain intimations of popular feeling on this subject in Ireland. Emigration, instead of being damped by the dread of war, seems rather to be encouraged. Some emigrants when they were fcautioned against going to America during the prospect of hostilities, replied that they were going on that account, that they might have an opportunity of fighting on the right side ; and the Nation being asked by a correspondent what service is most eligible to enter, advises him, if he cannot settle >at some civil profession or trade, to go to Oregon, and help to keep i the English out of it. Brothers Peter and Vincent, who have been collecting in this country for 1 some time past, have been very successful in procuring funds for the Mount Cassino I Monastery, in the Archdiocess of Tuam. : Brother Vincent is now»in Canada on a ! similar mission. And Brother Peter has returned to Ireland on business connected with the order. O’Connell’s L...

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AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. John Hull's Dominion' s. There are several persons in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward’s Island, New Brunswick, Canada, At, who are lidebted to us for one, two and three years. When this meets their notice, we hope they will lose no time in forwarding their subscriptions, us we cannot afford to instil republicanism into the subjects ofmonarchy for nothing. Exi>lanation. Mr. Luke Fagan, whose name we published last Week as removing from Stoughton, has since called upon us and paid a year’s subscription. Mr. F. is a faithful, honest fellow, and Was not to blame, as he informed the Postmaster in relation to his paper, but the P. M. did not give us the explanation. Galveston, Toxas. Mr. G. VV. Skcrrctt would oblige us by acting as our Agent here, or appoint someone to act in that capacity. Nazareth, Ky. 11.” is informed that the “Pioneer” is in Cabotville, Ms, “teaching the young idea how to shoot.” Prairieville, 111. We would feel obliged to Mr. Thomas H...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. Butler’s Lives of the Saints, Part 7, comes out in great style with an illuminated title page, quite magnificent. For the iitli of April, its readers will find a life of Leo the Great, who was Pope in the fifth century. Gospels for the Sundays and principal Festivals. A useful little work for schools, publislicdby Cunningham, Philadelphia. The Wreath of Charity. A daily paper, published during the Fair held in the month of April, for the benefit of St. Vincent’s Male Orphan Asylum, in Baltimore. Edited by Mrs. Anna 11. Dorsey. “Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy.”

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

MARKETS. Boston M viiket. Flour—The demand Is small, and with limited sales, prices have rather a downward tendency. Genesee we quote at $j.50 (a) Ohio, a.m i® 5.25; and Michigan, $:> (a) D.09 bbi. Grain—The sales have not been to any great extent. The asking prices are, tor yellow flat Corn, t>7 (a, ubc; white 63 IfO t>7c; Northern Oats, 4U I® :>l)c; Eastern do, 4b & 49, and (southern, 4o (w 47c bush. Rye, 64 (w 64c t/ bash. Hrioiiton Mauket— Monday, April a). At market, 461' Beef Cattle, 40 yokes Working O ven, 3& Cows m.d Calves, 700 Sheep ami 2000 Swine. About 4ju head of the cattle came over the Western Railroad. I’rices. Beef Cattle—Sales ol extra at $.>.50—first quality, $5 (g) 6.25—second quality, $5.40—third quality, 4.57 (a) 3. Working Oxen—Sales were made at S'JO, 63, (18, 70, 70, 81 <® 90. Cows ainl Calves—Sales noticed at $17, 19,22, 24, 31, 33, ami 2 extra Cows at $90. Sheep—Sales...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

fIVIPSCOTT’S GENERAL 1 *- FICES, 7 j South street, cori New York, and Dei Waterloo Koud, ynentsjor tS4ti. In culling alien menu tor 1640, the subscriber* can pleasure lliey/tbel in acknowledging it's* they have met with during the | assure tlieir (Vie ml a and the public ot'i t tunuhi, that the same untiring ludusl turn to the comfort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the gained for their House such wide sort their constant study to sustain. Ihe subscribers are Agents consists of the it It POOL Packets, viz: Queen or thk West, (new's Pi P. IFoodhouse, sails from New York - Sent 21st; from i.tverpool, March olli SaititiutN, llbd tons, Capt. G. B. L Jan tilth, May doth, Sept doth; from I July lltii, Nov Uth. Rochester, llioO tons, Copt. John York Feb dlsl, June dial, Oct dlst; ti titb, Aug 6th, lice uth. Gahiuck, UOO tons. Capt. B. J. H. Feb doth, June doth, Oct doth; from 1 Aug 11th, Dec 11th. Jlorrixotuu, 11 JO tons, Capt. Iraß March dlst, July dlst, Nov dlst; tVom...

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WILLIAMS & fil'lON’ PASSAGE OFFICE. ARRA 184 0. Passage from Great tin tan Subscribers be* leave to iulbrm tliosi ins for their friends, that they have arrangements tor the year logo, tor bri from England, Ireland, and Soothe manner, and on the moat reasonable packets, falling every five days tlirouj by oilier first class American ships, most experienced musters in the trt port every week. Their ageuts at l.iverpool will attei embarkation of all passengers engat and at their agencies. They are «et< ther money nor expense to promote I venience of their passengers; and to i into effect, they wish to annuunce their olllce will reside in Liverpool the purpose of forwarding the passeni on their arriving at that port, which sibilitv of delay or expense that emigr that place. When persons sent for Je full amount paid for their passage, wi diately. With these superior arrangements to give every satisiaction, they hope t that business which has been so lioert for past ...

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