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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

JOHN HKRI>MA3V & ( O United Slates and Great Britai GRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, N< New i ork, i.p.RMiVIAN, KLLNAI Aud by their Boston Agent, MR. ML ut the Catholic Bookstore, Federal i old stand. Passage to and from Great Britain t erpool and l.ondon, by the regular pa the Ist, titli, Ulh, loth, ilst, and 26tli < from Liverpoo, and to and from Loi and 20th of each month. The Liver comprised of the following superior s 81UI*S. CAPTAINS. TONS. SIII l'l Independence, Allen, 750 Henry t Waterloo, Allen, 1000 Ilottiuguer, Bunsley, 993 Europe, Furber, 030 Johuß.Skiddy,Skiddy, 9t*l Snldons, Cobb, 893 Shenandoah, West, 800 Yorksli Sheridan, Conish, 895 . Cambr Patrick llenjy, Delano, .891 Virgini Rochester, Britton, 715 Oxford, Garrick, Trusk, 895 Montez Stephen Whitney, Thompson, bts llinen of the West, Woodhouse, Utii The Commercial Line is comprised which will be despatched from Livel year, in regular succession: CAPTAINS. Edwards, Ferris, Palmer, P...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

Ro>. nE. BROThiiKS & 1 MENI'SEOR 1S4 1» Rum sage to andjTom Great Britain and i ball, or Ota Lint uj Liverpool Racket, iork an-d Liverpool on the W and I And by t irst Hans American Ships, s Persona sending to the “Old Count can make the necessary arrangements and have lliem brought out in any of prising the black Lull, or Old Lme o sailing from Liverpool on the Island also hy 1- irst Class Ships, stilling In which our Agents, Messrs. Jamk there will see are sent out witliout de Should those sent for not come out, funded without any deduction. The Black ball, or Old Lino of Live nrise the idllowing mu. niticent ships l.iverpol on their regular appointed and« The FII.EI.IA, on Ist Jan. ! EUROPE, loth “ li NEW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICAN, loth •• 1 YORKSi.IItK, Ist Mar. 1 CAMBRIDGE, loth “ 1 OXIORIi, Ist April. MOiVIEZIIMA. ldtli “ 1 Notice. It is well known that tli the very best conveyance for peraoi friends, and as other I‘assenger Agei out passengers by that Lin...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 April 1846

The cheapest catholic book ESTABLISHMENT IN THE IM'I'KD STATES. D. if J. SADLIER, Plilll.lMlEKS, Bookmilbeiis, and BooKiiiNDfcK!-, No. .)8 Gold street, New York, Respectfully announce to the Clergy and Laity ofthelJnited States antt British Provinces, that they are now prepared to furnish every description of Catholic Works, on terms more favorable than any other establishment in the country. 1 laving been many years engaged in the publication of Catholic works, and being practical binders, we flatter ourselves that our list of prices are considerably hiwer, the getting up and style of binding ito which we pay particular attention) much better than those of any other establish ment. Catholics have long felt the heavy tax imposed on them (considering the miserable manner in which some of the l>est works have been got up• by the high price usually chdrged lor Catholic works, thereby placing them beyond the reach of thousands—it was this that induced us to become some of the...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

BOSTON PILT. jP. DOX A lIOE, < EDITOR, > T* !>• .VrGtlE, ( HUSH CORRESPONDENT. ) BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT - LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. < OFFICE, ) ( No. 1, Spring Lane. f $2.5G::::3n Bost o n, sntit r b n ij, ill an 2, 185 G. Iblttmc 2::::No. IS.

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LITERATURE. O'CONNELL’S LIFE AND SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

LITERATURE. O'CONNELL’S LIFE AND SPEECHES. EDITED BY JOHN O’CONNEL, ES<l.j M.P. VVe rejoice that Mr. John O’Connell has thought fit to raise for his illustrious father, in his lifetime, the monument which has been erected for other distinguished men after their death only, and often by editors more or less indifferently qualified for the undertaking. We are also glad that the publisher has done his partin rendering it worthy of the great name inscribed upon it. The edition is a very elegant and valuable one, and enriched as this work is with a beautiful sketch of Mr. O’Connell’s life, and a complete history of the great transactions in which he took part, and of which he was the origin and fountain, it cannot but be hailed as a most precious contribution to the history of national literature. “ Many valiant men lived before Agamenon,” but their deeds were forgotten through the want of “sacred bard” to chronicle their glories. Such was the camplaint of the poet nineteen ce...

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IRELAND CARICATURED BY HER SONS! [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

IRELAND CARICATURED BY HER SONS! The following article relates to a subject which we have often alluded to. We solicit the particular attention of our readers to it: MR. lover’s IRISH EVENINGS. The announcement of a series of entertainments under the above title, to be given by Mr. Lover, the uutlior of “Legends and Stories of Ireland,” and other works relating to this country, led many to expect great and refined enjoyment in attending them. Mr. Wilson had, through the medium of performances, with a somewhat similar name, nobly vindicated the music, and the nationality of Scotland; had recalled the courage, the devotion, and the generosity of her clans, and enlisted the sympathy of his hearers with their struggles and their sufferings. Ireland, with the wild traditions of her people, the beautiful superstitions which so fancifully entwine themselves round their homes and hearts, shedding beauty over theirliurnblest dwellings; and that music, all-spiritual in its loveliness, all-hum...

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BISHOP HUGHES ON EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

BISHOP HUGHES ON EUROPE. Bishop Hughes preached at the Cathedral, corner of Prince and Mott streets, for the first time since his return from Europe, on Sunday last. After alluding to the five months which had elapsed since addressing his flock, and stating that the health of the clergyman (President Harley of St. John’s College) for whose sake the journey had been undertaken, was greatly improved—so much so that when he left him hopes were entertained of his entire recovery—the Bishop proceeded to speak of some of the collateral objects of his visit. One of, these w'as the establishment hereof a Hos- 1 pital to be placed in charge of the Sisters! of Charity, and this object was in a fair way of being sooa accomplished. Anoth- j er object related to the subject of Common Education. He said the community here had decided—a decision in which it was our duty to acquiesce—that the system of common Public Education should entirely exclude religions instruction, on the ground that there c...

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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

ITEMS. A European company have recently purchased about three hundred acres of land in Hamilton, Bradley and Polk counties, (Tenn,) intendiug to bring over and establish upon it a large number of foreign emigrants, and then to turn their attention chiefly to wool-growing and manufactures. The citizens of Pittsfield, (Mass.,) at their late town meeting, chose three old bachelors, to constitute “ the fathers of the town” for the ensuing year The whole .number of Railroad trains leaving Boston daily, is about ninety, for some twenty five different stations. About one in every ten minutes, for sixteen hours each day. The pay for attendance and mileage of the members of the Massachusetts Legislature amounted to sixty-one thousand nine hundred and forty-four dollars; the Senate eight thousand two hundred and ninetyfour dollars—the House fifty-three thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. Sudden Death. Mr. John Paddon, the well known teacher and professor of music died suddenly at his resi...

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POSTPONEMENT OF THE COERCION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

POSTPONEMENT OF THE COERCION BILL. From our indefatigable Special Correspondent we have received the few lines which will be found below, dated from the House of Commons at a late hour on Tuesday night. They announce that the Minister, baffled in his policy of pressing forward the Coercion Bill under cover of the Corn Bill, has at length yielded to the indomitable spirit of that little phalanx of Irish members who have occupied the breach with so much resolution during two nights of protracted discussion, and who were prepared to occupy it for twice as many more if the assault were so long continued. They showed no symptoms of failing courage—none of flagging spirit; they were a devoted band, but no forlorn hope; the Minister found he had no chance of making any impression on them this side of Caster, so he has sullenly retired from the attack. After Easter he must come prepared to develope his whole Irish policy. That this policy must be an advanced one is now clear from the opinio...

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THE GOOD OLD ENGLISH GENTLEMAN. AN HISTORICAL BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

THE GOOD OLD ENGLISH GENTLEMAN. AN HISTORICAL BALLAD. For the Pilot. I’ll sins you a good old song that may be sung anew, Concerning an old gentleman, one of a good old crew, A social soul who filled his bowl and in bis revel who Could calculate his friend's estate; to that he stuck like glue, A worthy English gentleman all of the oltlen time. A wide domain of hill and plhin, his mansion did embrace, He never bought nor fairly fought for—yet he held— the place, There often told, this baron bold, his mother’s noble race, Hut who or what his father was, he n ever cared to trace— A proud old English gentleman all of the olden time. This castle tall contained for all who wished within to bait, (For all wlio’d choose to pay the dues demanded there) —a gate, Its walls inside, in lordly pride, he kept his feudal state, Hut those who came and could not pay—’(is outside they might wait, Of this hospitable gentleman’s all of the olden time And when Sir Hull found times were dull and stagnant ...

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British parliament. THE STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

British parliament. THE STATE OF IRELAND. HOUSE OF LORDS—March 23. Earl Grey rose, according to notice, to call attention to the state of Ireland. The measures that had lately been before the House in reference to Ireland were, in his judgment, of such a character as to impose on the House the necessity of taking the very earliest opportunity, after having giving its assent to those measures, of declaring, by a solemn vote, those measures by themselves were altogether inadequate (hear, hear) —that they could not possibly be expected to cure the social evils by which Ireland had long been affected—and that they were only justifiable upon the supposition that they were intended for nothing more than to give time for the application of other and more effectual remedes. The object of the motion which he was now about to submit was to call upon the House to express that opinion. 1 he state of things described by her Majesty’s Government was no accidental, no extraordinary, no unlooked-fo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

Notices of this kind inserted four times for $l. INFORMATION WANTED, Of THOMAS LEIGH, ofGrangemore, parish of Kilo illicit, co. Kildare, l>y trade a Caprenter, lias been in this country about lb years, and is supposed lo be in the West. Also, of JOHN CORRIGAN, of tlie city of Dublin, by trade a Satlller, who landed in New York u years ago, ana has not since been heard from. The former being brother and the latter nephew lo the advertiser, he would be sincerely thankful to either of them or to any bf our countrymen knowing them, to send a few lines stating the same to James Leigh, Cutler, state of Maine. my 2 It Of MICHAEL MANMON, formerly of the parish of Killtoom, co. Roscommon, who is supposed to be in New Orleans. La. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his father, Patrick Maunion, addressed to him to the care ol William Maunion, Koxbury, Ms. myJ4ttr Of WILLIAM HEARN, formerly of the parish of Halliuuurry, co. Cork, who Caine to America about ...

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

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS* 81 efolk, as. At ft Probate Court, Held hi Boston, in said County, on Monday, tlie twentieth day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and lorty-six— . Whereas a certain instrument purporting to be the I last will and testament of THOMAS DIXON, Into of Boston, Laborer, deceased, Has been presented to said Court lor probate, by MAItY DIXON of said Boston, W idow, tlie Executrix therein named. Ordered, That the said Mary give notice to all persons interested therein, to appear ata l’robale Court to be held at said Boston, on Monday, the eleventh day ol May next, at nine o’clock, belorenooii, by publishing Ibis orncr three weeks successively in the newspaper called the Boston Pilot, printed in said Boston, that llieynluy then and there appear and shew cause, if any they huve, either lor or against the probate thereof. WILLARD PHILLIPS, Judge of Probate. A true Copy— Attest, 11. M. WILLIS, Peg. apgj at Jit LILLY, ‘ID Carmine street, comer cf Hci...

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DEATH OF JOHN LANGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

DEATH OF JOHN LANGAN. On Monday morning, March 16, Mr. John Langan breathed his last, atjthe house of Mrs. Lewis, Fire-lane-ends, near Neston, Cheshire. His death will be lamented by a larger circle of friends, acquaintances, and admirers, than many moving in the higher ranks of life can boast of possessing. He passed through many vicissitudes of fortune, and at length realized for himself n very handsome independence. ‘Though he was never fortuuate enough to the victor in any contest of note, yet he stood for many years second only to one in the ring. The fact of his having fought the celebrated Spring on two occasions, shows that he was a man of high standing in the pugilistic world. At that time Spring was the champion of England, so that had Mr. Langan triumphed which he did not, though he fought long and showed good | bottom, he would have stood A 1 in his 1 profession. The fact also, that the history of his eventful life is scattered over no fewer than 126 pages of Pierce Egun...

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OUR THEOLOGIC OLTO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

OUR THEOLOGIC OLTO. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1846. We this day step aside a little from our usual course to fulfil our promise by noticing the arguments of Dr. Beecher. Fora secular and political paper to enter upon religious controversy is, we are aware, a little out of character. We do not make the subject our special study, nor do we profess to be its masters; and we are too well satisfied with the manner in which it is handled by the divines of all parties, respectively, to think that our interference is necessary to any of them. Yet we have been persecuted with challenge and defiance, by that paper called the Christian Alliance, so furiously and repeatedly that, if our cotemporary had presented us with any thing like serious argument, we believe we would have been tempted to try our skill at polemics. It was in this temper that we stumbled, the other Sunday, into Dr. Beecher’s Church, just in time to hear him deliver his eighth lecture. We knew little or nothing about those ...

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MORE CHALLENGES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

MORE CHALLENGES. DR. BEECHER AND DR. O'FLAHERTY. The two preceding articles were ready for publication last week; and we laidthem aside to make room for more interesting matter. Since that, we have found two more gauntlets thrown down to us in the columns of the Christian Alliance. The first is on behalf of Dr. Beecher, and defies us to touch one of that gentleman’s arguments. As we had written our % second notice of his lecture, we would have said nothing about this article, only for one curious feature it presents. Every one expects that a skilful antagonist will be particular in guarding his weak point. Since the days of Hector and Andromache, all defenders of forts and syllogisms, of strong towns and orthodox doctrines, have expected the enemy to make his attack on their weak side. Those who have read Pope’s Homer will remember the lines: “That quartermost the skillful Greeks annoy, &c, &c.” The Dr’s tactics in this respect are a little amusing : speaking...

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BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The Association met in Central Saloon on Monday evening. The President took the chair at 8 o’clock. It appeared that the number of wardens, from sickness and various causes, had greatly fallen away, and that the consequent want of active agency had materially nffected the funds. A committee was appointed to nominate wardens, and report their nominations to the next general meeting. The President called on Ur. McMahon who came for ward to address the meeting, and was rapturously greeted. Dr. McMahon —regretted that there should be anything like a falling off in the active operations of the Society, because the present he considered an important period in the history of Ireland. He should be sorry to have it thought that any coolness to the cause of Ireland had prevented his own regular attendance at these meetings of late: he hoped he never would grow cool or forgetful in his country’s cause. But he was of opinion that when civilians proceeded to mix up pol...

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AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. Rogues in Canada. We are informed that the papers sent to the addresses of William Davis and Donald Mulnihil are sold at the Postoffice tor the postage. They were sent to Litchfield, Lower Canada. They owe us two years each. Any information of them will be thankfully received at the Pilot Office. Troy, Pi. y. Through the exertions of our excellent Agent, Mr. Stephen Duffy, our list is rapidly increasing here. Erie, Pa. Thomas V'. O’Neil will please act as our Agent. He will see our terms on the first page. To Agents. Now that we shall have news nearly every week from the old world, our Agents can dispose of a great many papers ifthey but exert themselves. Our Agents should bear in mind that the subscription to the Pilot is due alter the first three months of the year expires. Patterson, N. J. Mr Patrick Rafferty is our agent here. He is working well for us. He can remit money to us through the Posimaster of Patterson. Hartjbrd, Ct. Messrs. Hickey &...

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THE OTHER SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 2 May 1846

THE OTHER SIDE. Our pious Protestant contemporaries, make a great noise when an unfortunate Priest falls from his high calling,—but they carefully avoid the publication of the almost daily crimes of many of their own libidinous and immoral clergy. We are often, against our w ill, compelled to publish such cases as the follow ing, in order to stop the mouths of the lying religious press, which comes to us teeming with the greatest falsehoods. CLERICAL DERELICTION. The Greenfield (Mass.) papers state that another of those villainous cases of seduction and deserliou, by which so many females are disgraced, and the hearts ot their friends made to bleed, has come to light in that county. A little more than a year since, a young man named Warren D. Tobey came to Northfield iu this county, very highly recommeuded from the Seminary at Wilbrahair., as a preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and was stationed as a preacher over the Methodist Church in Northfield. Among the members of hi...

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