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An Interesting Fact. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

An Interesting Fact. We have been reading lately a very interesting and instructive book, now suppressed and out of print; ‘ ‘ Thirty Years’ Residence in New South Wales and Victoria,” by R. Tlierrv, esq., late one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. We came to the following passage with surprise, and we hasten to lay it before our readers. Judge Thcrry was an Englishman, and we think this is one of the best testimonials to the worth of “ the Men of ’9B” we have ever seen. Many of their descendants are to-day among the leading men in the Australian Colonies: — In 1829, many of the men exiled from Ireland for the troubles of 1798, were still living. Amongst them some truly good men were to be found, whose lives were unstained by the commission of any of the ordinary felonies and baser crimes for which convicts are usually transported. It is now conceded by all writers, that, perhaps, there has never been a more trampled-down people than were the Irish peasantry at ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Mgr. Capel on Ambition. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Mgr. Capel on Ambition. On the Sunday evenings of January, the pulpit at the Pro-Cathedral, Kensington, was occupied bv the Right Rev. Mgr. Capel, his discourses dwelling on the more noticeable actors in the Gospel narrative of the visit of the Magi to Bethlehem. The third of the series was delivered on Sunday evening, Jan. 19, Herod, and his Modern Representatives, being the subject. The alarm of Herod, on hearing of the new-born King of the Jews, and his deadly purpose, masked by hypocritical piety, a purpose, too, conceived in the face of that knowledge which had been imparted to him by those learned in the law', the fearful massacre ordered by the bloodthirsty tyrant, on finding his duplicity discovered —these were in turn portrayed by the preacher, as a vivid picture of the disasters which may follow when ambition has stifled the voice of conscience. The operation of this vice, with its fatal results, was shown to pervade all circles of social life, even to the least; but the w...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Napoleon’s Religion. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Napoleon’s Religion. A few weeks before the death of the late Emperor Napoleon, he received a visit from the correspondent of the Paris Univers , to whom he expressed some sentiments concerning his relations with the church. He said to this gentleman, that lie adhered, heart and soul, without any mental reservation whatsoever, to the dogma of Papal infallibility, and he expressed his regrets that he had seemed, shortly beforo the definition had been made at the Vatican Council, to oppose it. “lama submissive son of the Roman Catholic Church,” said the Emperor; “ I believe beforehand all that it teaches, and, in spite of all the bad theology with which I was wearied in the latter end of my reign, I always promised mvself to bow my head like an infant as soon as the church has spoken. 1 never had any taste for the subtleties of Gallicauism, while the Roman doctrine satisfied mv mind with its clearness. A religion which lias built the Gothic Cathedrals—the Cathedral of Exeter, for exam...

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BP. DUPANLOUP’S SPEECH. Great Debate on Education. A Very Stormy Discussion. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

BP. DUPANLOUP’S SPEECH. Great Debate on Education. A Very Stormy Discussion. From Our Special Roman Correspondent. j The subject which is occupying the attention of statesmen j and of Bishops throughout the various countries of Europe, the battle which is fought over the souls and minds of children by the State and the Church, the question on which the future of Europe depends, namely: Shall the child be educated with or without God T with religion or without re- ; ligion? Shall lie be brought up as by.parents and his pastors desire, or shall he be trained in the path pointed ®ut by an I irresponsible Government? This subject Iras come before the mind of France within the last few' days. A project lias ! been brought before the National Assembly, on the 9th of : January, for the re-establishment of the Superior Council of Public Instruction. It would be impossible to relate in our columns the various speeches delivered in debate on this important subject. The Duke de Broglie, a very...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

THE PILOT 16 rULLISUBD BT PATRICK DONAHOE, 960 Washington Street, BOSTON , MASS., TO WHOM ALL LETTERS ARE TO BE ADDRESSED. MDITIGE IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE. Delivered by Carriers in Boston SB OO “ *» six months 150 “ “ lour months 1 OO Single Subscribers, by Mail, one year 2 *5O “ “ ■' six months.... 1 25 *• “ “ three months. 05 Clubs ol three, or more, by Mail, one year 2 OO “ “ “ “ sixmonthsl OO “ ** “ “ three “ OO To Ireland (U. S. postage prepaid) •* Boston. Wltolcsnle Dealers » NEW ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 835 Washington street. BEE. MOCAEY. No. 9 Thatcher court. No. End.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall River, Mass.—l. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. RINN. S'ew llaveu, Conn. —EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, K. I. —TILLINGHABT A MASON: S. S. COLLINS. 23 Matliewson street. Wew York City.—THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, IV. Y.—sl. KEVIN. Albany, IV. Y BER. HUGHES. 692 Broadway T'-..- y._p. DOOLEY, 182 River street, vBU 3d -a.. V.—GEORGE H. HEES. o • . ar. Y—T.B.HAWKS, 81 E. Seneca st. r-muwielpliiu. Pa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., 505 Cuestnut street. Erie, Pn.-SELL & BACKUS, 708 State street, and No. 19 Parlj Row. Baltimore, Hid.—II.TAYLOR.Sun Ironß'ding 1 f E\!Ssi (O* ~~ II- KUAMEK < KAWSON St. Fouls, Mo.—PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK A-NEWS CO. T.ouisville.Ky.—A. GUNTER ;C.T.DEARINO Jlilwattkie, iVis.—WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Mlcta.^J.A.ROYS; MICH.NEWSCO San Francisco, Cal.—3l. ELOOD. St. Joiin, «T. it.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY; P. 3IcCOUKa\ Halifax, IV. S.—THOMAS O'CONNER. Clifton, C. tV. —TUNIS & CO. Toronto, ...

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Love of Home. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Love of Home. BY OLIVER GOLDSMITH. In all my wanderings round this world of care, In all my grief—and God has given my share — I still had hopes, my latest hours to crown, Amidst these humble bowers to lay me down; To husband out life’s taper at the close, And keep the flame from wasting my repose : I still had hopes—for pride attends us still— Amidst the swains to shew my book-learned skill— Around my fire an evening group to draw, Aud tell of all I felt an and all 1 saw; And as a hare, whom hounds and horn pursue, Pants to tho plaoo from whence at first he flew, I still had hopes, my lo>ig vexation past, Here to return, and die at home at last. O blest retirement, friend to life’s decline, Retreat from care that never must be mine: How blest is he, who, crowned in shades like these, A youth o'f labor, with an age of ease; Who,quits a world where strong temptations try, And. since ’tis hard to combat, leams to fly.

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF “HESTEB’S HISTORY.” CHAPTER XX. THE END OF CHRISTOPHER’S ROMANCE. Paul wrote later: —“ I was reading to her aloud in a safe green refuge which we had sought’out of the heat. I had chosen a volume of verv sweet oid-fashioned poetry, which treats of the passion of love with more delicacy, and not less fervor, than some of our modern poets think well to use. We stopped to laugh at a squirrel, who had put his nose out of a tree; and she said, as if the squirrel had reminded her of something, or she had not been thinking of the squirrel after all: “‘ I have heard that you are a poet. Will yon show me some of your rhymes 't ’ * * I did uot stop to ask who had told her a thing so monstrous. Some verses I had just written lay in the book I held in my hand. I had not thought of showing them to lier, nor anything of their kind. Shi would pity me again. Yet some wild whim seized me, and I put the pap...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to January 22. ANTRIM. Coal Famine in Carp.iorfbf.gus.—There was no coal to be had in Carrickfergus lately, and tho people wero in the greatest distress. The Holywood Inquest.— Tho Inquest relative to the Holywood murders was resumed Jan. 13, in Belfast. The Crown Solicitor declined to proceed with the evidence, on the ground that tho prisoners were in custody under a magistrate’s warrant, and that tho Crown had no jurisdiction to investigate the chargo against them. Tho Coroner, however, iusisteu that ho hail jurisdiction, and issued his own warrant for the arrest of tho prisoners, who were formally transferred to his custody .and tho ooso proceeded with, lota Teie.oiaph. CORK. The Dunmaxway Murder.—in the Bandon Quarter Sessions Jim. 13, tne Chairman (Mr. Ferguson) stated that the business was light, and that but for one exception—the agrarian mm tier at Dun■manway—ho could have congratulated the Grand Jury on the state of tho district. At a subsequent sta...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

BIETHS. Jan. 17, In Dublin, the wife of Thomas Cleary, of a daughter. 17, the wife of David Dee, of a daughter. 18, the wife of James O’Connell, of a son. 18, Mrs. D. Moran, of a daughter. Jan. 19, at Drynan, near Swords, the wife of Peter Wilson, of a sou. Jan. 11, at Middletown, Ardee, the wife of P. K. K. Reilly, esq.. of a son. Jan. 12, at Ratlimines, the wife of Thomas M. Clarke, of a son. MARRIAGES. Jan. 9, in Dublin, John McGrath, co. Westmeath, to Marla, daughter of the late John McCabe, co. Cavan. 14, James McDonnell, to Margaret Elizabeth, daughter of the late T. Fleming. 18, Robert Warburton, son of the late William Hutchinson Marsh, esq., Moate, to Eva Sophia, daughter of the late Adam Henry Fuller, esq., Roclvtield, King's county. Jan. 8, at Rathgar, John Conway, esq., to Ellen, daughter of Joseph Tagart, esq. DEATHS. Jau. 12, iu Dublin, Bridget, relict of John Dundon, aged Bo. 12, Andrew Field, agedsl. 12, Hannah, wife of James Gardner, esq.,- aged 47. 9, Ann Cyan. 13,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements under this head are inserted three times for 91*00. The Immense circulation of The Pilot In every city, town and hamlet on the Amerlcaut continent, renders It the best medium through which to make Inquiries about lost friends. More than three-fourths of those advertised for are found. Persons wishing their friends advertised can send us $l.OO enclosed in a letter, with the advertisement written as legibly as possible, so that no mistake may be made by the printer. Persona In England, Ireland, or Scotland. or any part of the world, can have their friends advertized by remitting us the-price In gold. For halj a soteret-g-n an advertisement will be Inserted for seven weeks. There Is Tery little risk In sending gold In a letter, If stlched Into It, or placed between a small piece of eard or pasteboard. Pant ion. —To prevent our numerous Irish friends and othere from becoming the dupes of thievish Impostors, we would advise all advertising for missing rela...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

KERRY. Of Margaret O’Brien, wife of Eugene Sublavan, and sister to Abby O’Brien, parish of Toasist, county Kerry, who left H arrow-on-fche-Hill, Middlesex county, England, some twenty years ago; when last heard from was in STraouse", £• V, She will bear of her nephews, Miehacl and Daniel Haley. Address them,BoxBo, South Manchester, Hartford ecnnty, Conn. ft> icuael Lane, from the town of KlUarney, county Kerry; he is a boot and shoee uiaaer by trade; when hist heard from him, about two years and eight months ago, be was in Bos* ton. His brother, Maurice latne, fa anxious to hear from him v Address Maurice Lane, 470 Ninth Aveuus, New York City. jg CLARE. Of Bridget Flaherty, daaghfcer of Edmond Flaherty and Mary Noonan, formerly of the parish of Kilmory, eounty, Clare. Margaret formerly deed In No. 1 Willow place, Brooklyn■ left there, in 1859, with Bridget t-ooskfiiio, and went to Kansas. Information of her win be reeelyed by her sister, now Mrs. John Bynn, St, Louis, Mo....

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Our Chromo. Sjje fitot BOSTON, FEBRUARY 22, 1873. “Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be Industrious, be obedient to luw.”—Rev. Tuomas N. Buhkk, O. P. Our cliromo of Father Burke is flic admiration of all who have seen it. Numbers of people are willing to buy it at its stated price, $2.50, and are thoroughly surprised when told that they will also get for that sum Tub Pilot for one year. Every subscriber will get a cliromo. Our clerks nro busy mailing copies to those who have sent on their postage—2o cents. It will he long before all arc supplied; but tho work will go regularly and rapidly on.

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The Republic of the Future, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

The Republic of the Future, We have read with pleasure an article iu “ Ours Illustrated” on German immigration , in which the writer looks philosophically at the settling down of our seething population into the Republi© of the Future. We take the following extract: The day Is assuredly to come, when, in the inarch of nations, the principle of “ the preservation of the strongest” will he borne out in the obliteration of the distinctions and characteristics of the weaker peoples. This Is not to be the result of convulsions or of bloody revolutions, but of the use of all the appliances" of material, moral and intellectual strength. Such a day may be nearer than we dream. In the light of present circumstances and of present progress, we can conceive of no elements more likely to be represented in the formation of the great cosmopolitan nation of the future, Ilian a union of the best distinctive features of American and German nationality and civilization. The better elements and the mo...

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An Unappreciated Irishman. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

An Unappreciated Irishman. Passing through some of the crooked little streets of Dublin about a quarter of a century ago one might have encountered a strange, prematurely-aged man wandering in and out of the different newspaper offices. A glance at his bent body and whitened locks, told a Tery clear and very sorrowful story. Tho pallid face showed deeply the ravages of dissipation and disease; tho threadbare coat the marks of poverty; and the despairing eyes, spite of a still* remaining gleam of intellect, marked but too plainly his weary longing for the grave. In the prime of life, the man seemed alone in the world—a shattered, ruined wreck. As he passed through the crowd of men, lie glided along like a shadow, going no one knew whither, perhaps no one cared. For weeks at a time did he remain at the newspaper oflices.wliich ho haunted for bread; and when he reappeared it was with increased marks of misery and degradation about him. What his life must have been during that time only...

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A Republic in Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

A Republic in Spain. Great events have occurred in Spain witliln a few days. On Monday, February 10, without a word or sign of previous warning, the cable announced that King Amadeus was determined to abdicate the throne. Tho only reason given for the King’s course was a difference between himself and the Ministry, in November last, over tho appointment of Hidalgo to the Captain Generalship of Artillery, which the King opposed. On the receipt of Monday’s news, various opinions wore expressed ; some said that anew King would be chosen, while others held that a x-egency would he appointed for the infant son of Amadeus. Even the people who thought they knew Spain best did not | think of a Republic. But Tuesday’s first telegram settled the question; it was received by Secretary Fish, from Minister I Sickles, and ran thus:— At nine o’clock to-night the Cortes adopted a republican form of Government bv a vote of 259 in the affirmative and 32 in the negative. This is a very important step ...

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Small-pox—Shameful Conduct. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Small-pox—Shameful Conduct. During the post two weeks we have read of the burning down of two small-pox hospitals by incendiaries. There is no need to mention the names of tho towns where this occurred: doubtless they are ashamed of it by this time. But it is worth while to dwell on the motives of the persons who committed this unchristian and criminal act. They said to themselves, doubtlessly, we are justified in doing this, for we are keeping the disease from coming into our neighborhood and attacking our families. They did not reflect on the fact that i by destroying the hospital they were scattering tlio disease over the whole town, 1 and thereby leaving themselves and their j families a hundred times more open to an attack than from the well-guarded and cleanly hospital. There is no need to he so frightened at the proximity of a smallpox hospital, or “ pesthouse,” as some people like to call it, as if with a desire to make its name frightful. The facts show that those who live ...

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Trial of the Galway Priests. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Trial of the Galway Priests. A telegram dated Dublin, Feb. 10, says: ‘•The trial of tho Galway priests for illegal interference in Parliamentary elections opened to-day in the Court of Queen’s ! Bench. Lord Chief Justice Whiteside presides.” Tlfis will be one of most interesting and important cases in English leg- ] islation that has occurred for many years. The lit. Rev. Dr. Duggan, Catholic Bishop of Clonfert, and some twenty priests of the county Galway, with Captain Nolan, the unseated member, are to he tried for religious intimidation at the late election, which course is in pursuance of the denunciation and recommendation of Judge Keogh. Our readers will remember that at the £alway election Captain Nolan was the Home Rule candidate, supported by his Grace the .Archbishop of Tuaxn and the Catholic clergy, with the whole of the people—that Is, the people proper, of the County Galway. Opposing tho popular candidate whs a scion of the aristocracy, one of the Clanricardcs, Captain ...

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