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Mr. Fronde’s English in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Mr. Fronde’s English in Ireland. BYW. E. H LECKY. Among tha intellectual phenomena of the present day, ono of the most remarkable is certainly the presence among us of a small hut able body oipiterary men. whose repugnance to modern liberal tendencies has led them to opinions of secular policy more fitted for the latitude of Russia than of England, and on religious policy more fitted tor the Middle Ages than for the nineteenth century. The two things they hate the most arc' civil and religious liberty. Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, representative government, the rights of nations to determine the form of government under which they will live, the rights of minorities to protection as long as they do not injure their neighbors, the right of every man to profess the religious belief, and adopt the ltligious worship which he considers the best, are m their phraseology more cant or shams. The two fundamental principles of all constitutional government—that the will of the maj...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
To The West Agricultural Resources and Inducements to Irish Catholic Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

To The West Agricultural Resources and Inducements to Irish Catholic Emigration. Edina, Knox County, Missouri, 1873. i To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir .—lt is upwards of a year since I my last letter appeared in The Pilot. I would have written you a letter ere this, ! hut that I have been of the opinion that you : are annoyed with a rush of correspondence 1 and business since the great Boston fire. i Here permit me to step aside from my main j subject, as it were, and even at this late i day tender The Pilot my sympathies, aud | that of all i atliolics here, lor your almost j j irreparable loss. : There cannot be presented a more inter- . esting problem than the march of immigration to the West. 41 Every East has its : West,” is truly said, and while the Irishman can do better anywhere in the West than what he can do In the East, if lie has : energy and pluck, yet, alter a careful and diligent investigation, I know of no place ; in tho West that presents as many inducements to ...

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Source: Boston College
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A Mystery Cleared Up. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

A Mystery Cleared Up. ! The last number of the Rci'iie des Deux \ : Moiutes has an article which gives his true : | place in history to a brave man, whose ca- ' rcer has, hitherto, been misrepresented. ■ This is Sergeant lIoiT, a veteran of the Fran--1 co-Prussian war, who, after having been i idolized by Frenchmen for his exploits I against their enemies, was afterwards exi aerated as a supposed Prussian spy. It I turns out that, though long believed to j have been killed as :i traitor by the francI tireurs of the Seine, he was then a prisoner i in the hr ndx of the Bermans, who were ignorant o. h s identity, although they had j set a price upon his head. The veteran | soldier, who did his country such good ser- | % ice. and incurred so much danger and suf- | taring on her behalf, is now poor and disI abled, but there is little doubt that the ap i peal of his biographer will result in, at j least, placing him above want. The record of iiis life is interesting, apart from its advent...

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Russians in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Russians in Europe. From an article in the latest issue of tho Russian Review, the following statistics have been gleaned : The population of European Russia, consisting of fifty Russian and ten Polish provinces, was. towards the eloso of the year 1867, 69,864,511 souls, occupying a surface of 4.,816,157 versts or 87,485 geographical miles. That gives an average of 16.8 souls per verst, or 732 per mile. Averages, however, are of comparatively little value in Russia, where the great diversities in climate, nationality, customs, education, and race tend to produce varieties in the proportion of the population of the various districts. The most densely peopled portion of the Empire is the ten Polish provinces. In a territory of 107,435 versts, or 2220 geographical miles, there are 5,706,607 souls, which gives an average of fifty - three inhabitants per verst, or 2509 per mile. Of the Russian provinces, those in which industry has attained its highest degree of progress, and those in wh...

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A Lay Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

A Lay Sermon. BY CHARLES GAVAN DUFFY. Brother, do you love your brother? Brother, are you all you seem? Do you live for'more than living? Has your life a law and scheme? Are you prompt to bear its duties, A s'a brave man may beseem? Brother, shun the mist exhaling From the fen of pride and doubt, Neither seek the house of bondage Walling straightened souls about; Bats who, from their narrow spy-hole, Cannot see a world without. Anchor in no stagnant shallow— Trust the wide and wondrous sea, Where the tides are iresh forever, And the mighty currents free; There, perchance, O! young Columbus, Your new world oi truth may be. Favor will not make deserving—(Can the sunshine brighten clay?) Slowly must it grow to blossom, Fed by labor and delay, And the fairest bud oi p'romise Bears the taint oi quick decay. Y'ou must strive for better guerdons; Strive to be the. thing you’d seem; Be the thing that Ood hath made you, Channel tor no borrowed stream; He hath lent you mind anil conscience, S...

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A Great English Paper on Froude. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

A Great English Paper on Froude. The London Daily Telegraph, having enumerated at length the charges brought against the Irish in Froude’s new hook, says:— Now, in the name of peace and fair play, we protest against such a method of treating Irish history. 'A highly competent critic, Mr. Lecky—who is himselt an Irishman but who will he acquitted of the slightest belief in the doctrines of Catholicism points out the extraordinary discrepancies between tlie causes which Mr. Froude assigns, in his 4 4 History of England,” for some of the revolts in Ireland, and those he pleads in his new book and his lectures, in the earlier work he admits that it was the English who again and again drove the Irish into rebellion by attacking their religions faith, to which they clung all the more tenaciously because it was not tbe creed of fheir foes. In the same book he draws a dreadful picture ol the atrocities committed by the English soldiery : and he even goes so far as to say that in Ireland the...

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SS. Philip and James. Reported Discovery of Their Bodies at Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

SS. Philip and James. Reported Discovery of Their Bodies at Rome. The Washington correspondent of the Heio York- Herald, in liis letter of the 17th instant, has the following on the late, supposed, discovery of the bodies of the Apostles Philip and James. It maybe well to state here, that the Homan telegram referred to by the writer has not been confirmed by any further information The attention of an eminent Catholic prelate, who is now m Washington, and who is well acquainted with Rome, was yesterday called to the telegram from Home, to the elfeet that the Pope told some visitors that he believed the bodies of the Apostles Philip and James were discovered on Wednesday in the Church of the Apostles. He says'this is not impossible, sinee they were buried there. St. Philip suffered martyrdom at Hierapolis, in Phyrgia, where he was crucified and stoned for the faith. His body was buried there, but afterwards translated to Home. St. James suffered martyrdom at Jerusalem, where he was t...

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Temperance. TO THE CATHOLIC PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Temperance. TO THE CATHOLIC PUBLIC. Executive department. > Catholic Total Ab. Union of America > Washington. D.C., Jan. 25, 1873. ’ ) The President of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America takes pleasure in announcing that the following societies have been added to the roll since the Cleveland Convention: St. Patrick’s Trenton, N. J.: St. Patrick’s, Lodi, N. J.; St. Patrick’s, Fort Lee, N. J.; Father Mathew, Winona, Wis.; Holy Family, Chicago, ill.; St. Mary’s, New Haven, Conn.; St. Patrick’s, West Hoboken, N. J.; Father Mathew, Williamsport, Pa.; Father Mathew, Joliet, HI.; St. James, Philadelphia, Pa.; Father Mathew, No. 1, Philadelphia, Pa.; I Holy Family, Philadelphia, Pa.; St. PatI Camden, X. J.; St. Patrick's, Curlei ton. New Brunswick, Canada; Wilkesbarre C. T. A. S., Wilkesbarre, Pa.; Father Mathew, Norristown. Pa.; Knights ol Father Mathew. St. Louis, Mo.; making one hundred and forty societies on the roll oi the General Union up to the prese...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. An English Comparison. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. An English Comparison. Tlie English people, by which we mean the people who live in England, have a 1 way of their own in using the English lan- j guage, which is not always like our own way on this side of the Atlantic. But yet it is equally expressive of good ideas, and . sometimes it is attractive by its novelty. | As an example, a London journal which i has just come to hand, while noticing with admiration the annual report made “to the government of New York” by the : Equitable Life Assurance Society, calls this well-known American institution ** an essentially colossal Life confederation. This is a quaint combination of words, ! which strikes us as full of natural meaning. For the English journalist, on finding ; that the Equitable Society is already domiciled in his Own country, that it has actually stretched over the seas, and eslab lishedfor itself a local habitation and a name in London, in Princess street, hard by the Bank of England, the Mansion and...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Fifteen Catholicmissioners are already at work in the Mission of Norway and Lapiand. ! The Philadelphia National Catholic Benevolent Association have ratified their new constitution. All the churches of Florence celebrate Masses lor the ultimate triumph ol the Church and the Holy Father. The Catholic Church in Augusta, Georgia, contributed live hundred dollars for the I relief ol the church at St. Augustine, Fla. j There are in England 34 Catholic Peers, i 18 Catholic Baronets, and 37 Catholic memtiers of the House ol Commons. " The diocese of Ghent, Flanders, during the past year, sent over two hundred and fifty thousand francs to the Holy Father as its offering to Peter’s Pence. At the Catholic Fair in Columbus, Ga., which realized over two thousand dollars, a hoy fourteen years of age won three hundred'and twenty acres of land at a raffle. ! The Catholics of Flanders have invited, through ‘ ‘ the Catholic Association of Ghent,” the Jesuit Fathers exiled fro...

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Communications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Communications Received. ‘ ‘Erin,” St. John, KJi. —Not up to our standard. “ Ericks a Pittston, Pa. —Your poem is not quite up to our standard. ‘ ‘ Martin Cunningham,” Nmo York. —Our “Puzzlers’ Corner ’ is discontinued. “Edward A. Sutton,” Quebec. —\Te have too many communications on the same subject—many of them good. “M. J. MtJLCAHY” Selma, Ala.— The matter is not of sufficient general interest. We are sorry to read your account of the causes of failure. “ F. Wilkinson,” South Poston, testifies to the excellent treatment he and other steerage passengers received in crossing the Atlantic on the Inman SS. “ City of New lork.” We are glad to hear such a«counts from steerage passengers. «« Er \nk McGloin.”— Your poem contains a good deal of merit. The number of feet in some lines will bear revision, and bo bettered by it. We think the reference to Satan tempting Christ, and comparing it to Comfort tempting a forgotten sentry, is in very had taste. “ Lijierick,” St. Louis. The prefix: ...

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The States of Europe Aren and Population. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

The States of Europe Aren and Population. Square XuliabltMiles. ants. Russia (without Finland).... 1,907, 100 G9,3(51,5-11 Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. 240,t81 85,943,593 German Empire 210,226 40,100,909 France 204,081 80,594,915 Spain 195,007 10,835,895 Sweden 170,084 4,108,882 Finland 145,810 1.830,858 Turkey (in Europe) 133,935 10,510.000 Great Britalu and Ireland ... 120,709 81,817.108 Norway 120,295 1,729.691 Italy 114.389 26,775,009 Danubian Principalities 40,853 4,005,510 Portugal 34.500 8,99.5,15;; Servia 21,2i0 J,300,694 Greece 19,353 1,457,894 Switzerland 1-5,722 2,669.091 Denmark 14,734 1,781,741 Netherlands 12,080 8,688.337 Belgium 11,873 6,021^36 Montenegro 1,719 100.0 m) Luxemburg 999 199,953 Andora 144 12,0(4) Liechtenstein 62 8,359 San Marino 22 7,80S Monaco 6 3,137

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Our mimi rous friends will please take notice that ! almost all the stereotype plates of Mr. Donation'* books, and all the printed stock of same on hand, ; wore destroyed in iiic fire. We cannot, in consequence, furnish scarcely any of our own publications (except Morocco and Velvet-bound Prayer Books) at present. We have on band, however, a good supply of all the books of the other American Catholic publishers, for any of which we will bo happy to receive orders. We arc now preparing new plates of all our popular books, including Prayer Books, Story Books, Song Books, Ac., &<'., of which due aunouncem; nt will be made in The Pilot as they are issued. The New Edition* will be brought out In the most approved manner, and subject to a careful revision. It Is the intention of Sir. Donahoe to make his publications first class in every respect. New Editions of the foliov.dng are now ready:— A Most Popular School Text-Book, Which is being generally introduced into a...

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CAOCH, THE PIPER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

CAOCH, THE PIPER. BY J. KEEGAN. Cne winter's day. lons, long ago. When I was a little fellow, A. piper wandered to our door. Gray-I«ad;<t, blind, and yellow— And O! how glad w;\9 niv young heart. Though earth and sky looked dreary— To see the stranger and his dog— Poor Pinch” aud Caoch O’Leary. And when ho stowed away his “ hag," Cross-l arr and with green aud yellow, I thought and said, " In Ireland’s ground There's not so fine a fellow.” And l'ineen Burke, and tdiane Magee, And Klly, K:uith, and Mary, „ Ito shed in, with panting haste, to ‘ see, And " welcome” Cuook O’Leary. Ol God ha with those happy times, Ol God be with my childhood, When I, hare-headed, roamed all day Bird-nesting in the wild-wood 111 not forget those sunny hours. However years may vary, I’ll not forget my early friends, Nor lioueat Caoeh O'Leary. Poor Gaoch and “ l’tnch” slept well that night, And in the morning early, He called .uc up to hear him play -■ The wind that shakes the bailey. And then h...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

THE GATHERER. ‘ • A Snapper-up of Unconsidcred Trifles.” Bumps of curiosity—Cliignons. A i;ad thing to keep—Late hours. Joint education—Gymnastics. Always tirod—A wagon wheel. Easy to make—A mistake. Death is birth, for man rises as before into anew world. A failure in a good cause is better than a triitmph in a bad one. To “bone” a turkey—Take it when the. poulterer is not looking. Few have borne unconsciously the spell of loveliness. — IVhit Her. The man who possesses good health is always rich. In Chicago, red-haired girls are called lire belles. Be not the fourth friend of him who had three before and lost them. — Lavater. ' Duties fulfilled are still recognized as a ■debt, ior wholly enough is never done. A good inmi drain—A heavy mortgage at 10 percent, will do the work' pretty effectually, Printers' inlc may be black, but it sheds more light than any other luminary, however bright. A man of learning, who makes no use of what he knows, is hue a cloud which gives uo rain. Many ...

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THE PILOT FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

THE PILOT FOR 1873. 1 Before the great fire, we had completed J arrangements to make The Pilot for 1873 j the best weekly newspaper in America. Those arrangements still hold good. We ! have asked our old friends and our new ! friends to send us each the name of anew subscriber to enable us to carry out the design without loss. Owing to the great support we received in the past year, we determined to testify our gratitude to our subscribers by making them an elegant present. An oil Chromo of the great Dominican, Father Burke, was ordered to bo printed by the newest process in seven colors, spociully for The Pilot . The drawing was prepared by one of tho best American artists, and when Father Burke visited Boston, early in November, ho saw the portrait, and expressed his satisfaction at the likeness, and his pleasure and surprise at the splendid style of the chromo. The chromo-printers were burnt out by the great tiro; hut they had, on tho day provious, sent The Pilot Chromo to the re...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

OUR TERrAS—CASH IN ADVANCE. Delivered by Carrier everywhere $1? OO “ ** ** Six Months 150 “ “ Four Months 1 (H> . Single Subscribers bv Mail. One Year J SO •• “ !?ix Mouths 125 “ “ Three Months.. 05 Clubs of Three or More by Mail, One year. 2 OO “ ■* •’ Six Months. 1 OO “ “ “ “ Three “ . 50 To Ireland (V. >S'. postage paid) 5 OO ; POUTItAIT OF FATHER BFSUE, A life-size Chromo-Portrait of the great I>o- | minienn (valued at $2 50) will be given to every subscriber who pays 20 cents for postage on Porpayin!.' 20 cents postage to the person who gets up the (Tub, will get the Oliromo fromi that person. ! Any person sending us a (Tub of live subscribers and ten dollars, shall receive a Portrait (postage i free). ! Any person sending us ten subscribers and twenty dollars, shall receive two Portraits (postage ; free) and so on, to any number that may he sent. No Portrait seat until the money is received. lASTIU CTIOXM TO CANVASSERS ! Take rt copy of The Pil...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

MUSIC. 10,000 Copies Sold in 10 Weeks! Greatest Success Ever Known ! OF 1 DITSOIST & CO.’S GEMS OF STRAUSS! Now contains: Telegraph. Academic, Publisher, Consortten, , 1,001 Nights, Bnrgersinn, Manhattan, Royal Songs, Vienna Woods, New Vienna, Illustration, German Hearts, Blue Danube, Artist's Lite, Love & Pleasure, Marriage Bells, Wine, Women Life LetusUherWieuerFrcsken, and Song, isli Waltzes, And 30 other of his best Waltzes. 1 Pizzicato Polka, Clear the Track Galop. Tritsch-Tratscb, One Heart, One Soul, ; Fata Morgana,Mazurka,Lob dor Frauen .Mazurka, i Belle Helene, Quadrille.Orpbeus, Quadrille, ! And 20 other Polkas, Mazurkas, and Quadrilles. ‘•Embellished with aline portrait of Strauss, ! filling 250 large music pages—it is a musical gem—j indispensable to all loYersof Strauss’s I —Evening Mail. ! Price, $2.50 in board covers; $3 in cloth; $4 in gilt. Sold by all Book and Music Dealers. | Now Ready, Strauss Dance Music for Violin and Piano, $1 Try fIPAB...

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