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BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
BOOKS. The select Speeches of the lit. Hon. Henry Grattan, to which is added his letter on the Union, with a commentary on his career and character, by Daniel Owen McNevin, Esq. Dublin, James Duffy. A few r copies of the above celebrated work just received from Ireland for sale at the Pilot bookstore. The Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Richard Lalor Sheil, M.P., with a memoir, &amp;.C., edited by Thomas McNevin, Esq. A few copies of this rare work just received from Ireland, and for sale by Donahoe, at the Pilot establishment. O’Connell and his Friends. A third edition of this useful book has just appeared from the Pilot Press. It is enlarged and improved, and is the best book on the subject ever issued in America. Manning’s Shortest IVay to End Disputes about Religion. Anew edition of this celebrated work has been published by Patrick Donahoe, No. 1 Spring Lane. This work of the celebrated Manning, needs no praise at our hands. Lives of the Saints. The first number of Sadlier’s e...
THE BOSTON WHIG. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
THE BOSTON WHIG. Every person must have remarked the recklessness with which the two parties in this country assail one another on the subject of foreign affairs. For all their boasts of patriotism, their discussions are the most unpatriotic things imaginable. One party denounces war in such terms as are manifestly calculated to foster a friendly feeling towards the expected enemy: the other party charges that one with foreign and anti-American sympathies; and reiterates the charge with so much bitterness and pertinacity, as might easily drive an unthinking people to adopt those sympathies with which they find themselves reproached. These things are not so in other lands. Whatever be the differences of parties in England or France, they take care their quarrels shall not be such as may give encouragement to hostile powers. They have a sort of party tactics by which they keep it understood that all their great questions, those questions on which governments are formed and elections d...
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. The lines “To Honora” are defective in metre. We beg to remind our poetical correspondents, that we cannot, must not, present to our readers any verses wllich “have little or no claim to poetic merit.” •Agents should endeavor to send us New England bills, as there is a heavy discount on some r&gt;f the bills we receive. We fear “J. S. S.” will never be able to write good poetry. Black List. We intend to publish no person on the black list, who is too poor to pay. It is only those who are able to pay and refuse to do so. We have given them timely warning. They must not blame us if their names appear. Hagerstown, Md. Our correspondent at this place writes us: “A glance at matters and things in this locality, may prove interesting to you and to the readers of your invaluable Pilot. Time, how r ever, denies me the pleasure of submitting to you a thorough report regarding this mission. Under the auspices of God, through our worthy and inestimable Priest...
SKETCHES FROM CONGRESS. NUMBER V. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
SKETCHES FROM CONGRESS. NUMBER V. Washington, Jan. 12th. My Dear Pilot :—There is little news of importance, since my last. The Senate has been doing very little the past week. They resolved to day, by a vote of S2 to 18, to postpone the consideration of the Oregon question, till the 10th of February next. A resolution was reported to day, from the Naval Committee, to appropriate upwards of five millions of dollars to fit out and build war steamers, and other vessels. The House of Representatives has been occupied wholly with debates on Oregon. A great many have already spoken, and some thirty or forty want to speak as soon as they can get the floor. The debate will probably be continued for three or four weeks. Mr. Levin made a speech on Friday, in favor of giving the notice, and occupying the Oregon Territory. It was but a poor speech. Mr. Levin has sunk into perfect insignificance in the House. Mr. Mooney continues in this- city yet, and is selling his work in great numbers. He g...
AGENTS FOR THE PILOT IN THE PRINCIPAL CITIES & TOWNS [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
AGENTS FOR THE PILOT IN THE PRINCIPAL CITIES &amp; TOWNS Providence, R.l.— Messrs, ltowe, near Market-house. Fail River— Edward Bamber. Lowell— Charles Ahern, near St. Patrick’s. Salem— Daniel O’Donnell. Portland— John Carten. Bangor—Veter Dwyre. Hartford— Thomas Kenny. New York— Henry Lloyd, near Cathedral; C. M. Dexter, Ann streer. Brooklyn— Thomas O’Donnell. Philadelphia— Timothy Lynch. Pottsville— William Phayer. Baltimore— Taylor, Wilde &amp; Cos. Mt Savage— James Quigg. Washington—C. F. McCarthy. Cincinnati— John Lalor. St. Louis— J. C. Ivory. Louisville— J. S. Dooley. New Orleans—C. K. O’Hara. Ihe Pilot is on sale at all the principal newspaper establishments in the United States and British Provinces. We are preparing a list of all our Agents, which shall shortly appear.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
RECEIPTS. Providence, R.I, M. Brennan, J. B. Hennpsay, J. Buggy 2.30 each; O. Sheridan 5; J. Mooney 2.50; B. Clark L 75; J Kemm l.tib; J McCrorkiu 2.50} I*. Daly 1.25; P. Mehcn 1.25; B. Green, 1.68; J. McNeuly 2.a0 Pottsville, Da, I'. Gallaher D I&gt;. Sullivan 1; M. Nowlan 2.50; A. Manly 1; M. Bradley 2.ao—-South Roynlston, Ms, M. McMahon 1.25 Bast Boston. Ms, 1. Noonan 3.12, up to Jan ’4u South Dee, Ms, J. Conroy, J. Dowling 2.soeach—Lockport, N. Y, J Kilroy 4 ——Summit Hill, l*a, H. McGoorty 3—Kirkland, N.i, J. Neenan 1.25 Utica, N.Y, F. Moore 1.2a; J. Mcegan 2.30 Hanover, N.H, T. Reilly 2.30 Hardwick, Ms, 1. Comerlord 3—-Ticonderoga, N. Y, J. McCormack 3, pays up to Oct. ’45, (.this was noticed 27 th Dec. last) ‘ Mobile, Ala, J. Seeds 6; Win Donovan 4 Calais, Me, J. McCauley 1.50; T. Uuiun 1.25; E McMunn 1; T Barrett 2.25 —Schenectady, N. Y., D. Tkhe 1.2a; Ag’t 50 Oxford Mats, NA , J. Whelan 1.25—-Richmond, Vu, N. Ryan, P. Reilly 2.aoeach; we had not received Mr. R’s name...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
TAPSCOTT*S GENERAL 1 FIVES, 7;&gt; South street, cori New York, and 9B Waterloo Road, mints for I S4tl. in calling attea menu tor Inti, the subscribers cun pleasure they feel ill acknowledging cess they have met with during the i assure tlieir friends and the public of I Canada, that the same untiringindusl tion to the comfort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the gained for their House such wide spri their constant study to sustain. The subscribers ore Agents consists of the er pool Packets, viz: O.UKEN OK THE WEST, (nCW', 121 P. IVoodhouse, sails from New V ork Sent 21st; from Liverpool, March 6th, Sheridan, 1100 tons, Capt. G. R. Ci Jan 26th, May 26th, Sept 2oth; from L July 11th, Nov 11th. Rochester, IUUU tons, Copt. John York Feb 21st, June 21st, Oct 21st; f 6th, Aug 6th, I&gt;ec 6th. Garrick, 1100 tons, Capt. B. J. H. Feb 26th, June 26th, Oct 26th; from I Aug 11th, Dec tllh. llorriNouKß, 1150 tons, Capt. Iraß March 21st, July 2lst, Nov.2lst; f...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
X* EXCHANGE ON TH et* 111 ELAND. The subscribe! able arrangements with the manage Hank of Ireland) are prepared to drt sums to tout, at sight, payable in lrelai Armagh, Athlone, Dalliim, Moneymore, Ennis, Bunbridge, Bandon, Belfast, Cavan, Clonmel, Coleraine, Cootehill, Cork, Downpatrick, Dublin, Omagh, Ballymena, iiallyelmniion, Euuiscorthy, Enniskillen, (•alway, Kilkenny, Kilrush, Limerick, &lt; Londonderry, vunv, I.urgun, F In England and Scotland, at Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Birmingham, Lancaster, London, Glasgow, Greenock, Bills drawn on the above points, wil tances to places in the neighborhood. J J Block, Exchange and Money 1 returns his thanks to iiis lHendi the very liberal patronage best! sores them that he still continues to 1 assortment of BOO’rS and SHOES, m ly for his own retail trade. Fine calf-sewed Boots; do. heavy &lt; pegged; do. goat, sewed and pegged; &lt; children’s cowhide Boots; do. men’s, kip and calf Boots; men’s heavy calf I ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
T 1 ksVm!ijshVi: \t T in the JJ. J. SADLIER, Pcbi.isiieiis, Hook binders, No. 08 Gold street, fully announce to the Clergy and Laii und British Provinces, that they are i nish every description of Catholic W fuvoruble than any other establish: Having been many years engaged in I tholic works, and being practical bin selves that our list of prices are ct getting up and style of binding tto wl attention) much better lhau those of ment. Catholics have long felt the heavy (considering the miserable munner ii beat works have been got up) by tin chdrged for Catholic works, thereby the reach of thousands—it was this tl come some of the (irst pioneers in t now extending itself over the com cheat) system, depending on a large hi small profits, in which we have be and encouraged by the Right Rev. an Laity, a continuance of which shall i the publication of some of the most r Brices8 rices which will place them within i ers from religions societies, libraric mission, &amp;c, furnished o...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
Boston and liverpi PACKETS. To sail from B from Liverpool on the 20th of each me From Host Ship JOSHUA BATES, I'- I tOUS, Capt. James Murdoch, Ship CONCORDIA, 500 tons, Capt. J. W. Dorr, Ship COLUMBIANA, 630 tons, Capt. G. Barker, Ship WASHINGTON IRVING, (new) 751 tons, Capt. E. Caldwell, These ships are all of the first class, of experience in the trade, have fine passengers, and will be despatched pit For freight or passage, apply to Er and 38 Lewis’ Wharf, or to BARIN CO., Liverpool. Persons wishing to send for their fri tirtcates of passage, by applying to J 120 State Street, Boston. ( Ji &lt;N hi If (St ha hi CO Is TO OLD COUNTRY MET CO.’S PASSENGER ARRAK 184(1. HARNDEN &amp; CO. will co sage Certificates front Europe to the I Persons in America, wishing to sene .friends, can purchase of the Subscribe cate, which will enable the emigrant t New York on the Ist, 6th, Uth, ltltl; Liverpool for Boston on the sth and by the best Packet Ships. When Passage Certificate...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 17 January 1846
Roche, brothers &amp; MEN TS FOR 1S 4 B Rem sage to and from Great Britain and, Bail, or Otd Lint aj Liverpool Packet York and Liverpool on the let and And by First Class American Ships, t Persons sending to the “Old Coum can make the necessary arrangement and have them brought out in any of prising the black Hall, or Old lane &lt; (sailing from Liverpool on the Ist and also by First Class Ships, sailing li which our Agents, Messrs. Jami there will see are sent out without d&lt; Should those sent for not come out, fimded without any deduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Live prise the following lungniliccnt ship) Livernol on their regular appointed and The FIDELIA, on Ist Jan. .EUROPE, Kith “ 1 NEW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICAN, Kith “ YORKSHIRE, Ist Mar. CAMBRIDGE, luth “ OXFORD, Ist April. MONTEZUMA. loth “ PNotick. It is well known that t the very best conveyance for perst friends, and us other Passenger Age out passengers by that Line, the Pulil tifieil by ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 January 1846
BOSTON PILOT. I*. DONA HOE, J editor, ) T. D. M’UEE, ( IRISH CORRESPONDENT. &gt; BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT— LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. &lt; OFFICE, I I No. 1, String Lane. ) $2.5O::::Jn Abuancc. Boston, Saturitaj), Hannarg 25, I$5G. llolumc 9::::No. 5.
Congressional. CONTINUED. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NATURALIZATION LAWS-NATIVISM. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 January 1846
Congressional. CONTINUED. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NATURALIZATION LAWS-NATIVISM. Thursday, Dec. 18. Mr. Bowlin said that were it not for the fact that he represented a community deeply interested in this question, he should not trouble the House with any remarks upon it; hut he could not sit in silence and witness an attempt to enable a small body of men to propagate their sentiments in opposition to the rights of our adopted citizens, under the implied sanction of Congress. Some of his friends had expressed great generosity towards these men, because their number w r as small; but he would take the liberty of reminding these friends of his that there was such a thing as being more generous than just. This Native American party had been generated by the corruption of our great cities: it was a party actively engaged in fanning the flames of religious and political persecution, and, as such, had slender claims on his generosity, or. that of any other man. It sought to give the sanct...
REVOLUTION IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 January 1846
REVOLUTION IN MEXICO. The revolution so long anticipated, is at length announced as having commenced, with Gen. Paredes at its head. The news was received by way of New Orleans. On the 14th DecenVber, the Commandant General of the Department, D. Manuel Romero, invited to his residence at San Luis Putosi the superior and other officers of the Army of Reserve, as well as of the garrison of the Department. Being there assembled, Gen. Romero read to j them a manifesto prepared for the occasion in which the duties of the armed force of the coutry are pointed out, but grave political evils are assigned to excuse them- j selves for the act they are about to commit. Ten propositions were offered for consideration, and the army named Gen. Paredes as its chief. The cause of the movement is pretended to lie the total incapacity of the existing government and its readiness to negotiate with the United Statesj for Texas and the Cnlifornias. The solemn act of the Army of Reserve i having been ful...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 January 1846
Correspondence. Baltimore, Jan., 1848. To the E h'tor of ttif Jloston Pilot. Dear Sir, —Our city affords no news of importance to your readers in general, save what is compressed in that word of words “Repeal.” It is indeed a word of great and significant import. It is the index of the most sublime revolution that the world ever witnessed. It has drawn, and continues to draw to its support, both the great and the good, whilst the evil fear and respect it, and must ultimately yield to its principles. To those that are suffering under bad laws, administered by worse officers, it is a name of joy; but to those whose iron rule weighs like some dread incubus on a brave, high-minded, and generous people; it is'one of terror. It has sounded in the ear of the tyrant with a voice louder ahd more awful “than the last peal of the thunder of Heaven.” Ay, as it sweeps across the troubled waters of the channel, and falls on the ears of Erin’s oppressors, their lips turn blue, their cheeks become ...
REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 24 January 1846
REPEAL. Brooklyn, N.Y., Jan. 20. Mr. Editor: —One of the largest and most enthusiastic repeal meetings ever held in out city came off last evening, at Hall’s Building. It was the re-union of all the repealers—speeches were made by Judge Church, and Doctor Colgan. The following officers were chosen for the ensuing six months:—President, Alderman Harris ; First Vice President, Thomas Leslie ; Second do. Peter O’Hara ; Third do. Peter Duffy ; Treasurer, Edward A. Harvey ; Corresponding Secretary, Joseph P. Colgan; Recording Secretary, John O’Mahony. A resolution