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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

Notice* of this kind inserted four times for $l. I INFORMATION WANTED, Of JULIA TWOMEY, a native of co. Cork, who came to her husband, Robert W alsh, to Boston about 9 years asto. It is supposed that she is now in Boston or Lowell. Any information respecting her will he thankfully received by her nephew, John Donovan, Washington Douse, near the Depot, Washington City, D.C. uiyy 4t Of JAMES HICKEY, who came to this country and landed in Boston, June, 184 o; stopt some days with Mr. Dorin, then came to Brooklyn where he remained some time working with Mr. Begley; then went to Providence and remained some months; came back to Brooklyn, and returned to Providence after a few days. No account being since received from him, except a letter from Thomas Cody, who mentioned he was in Fall River. Any information of him will be most thankfully received by liis sisters, Ellen or Margaret Hickey, Brooklyn, N.Y. niy9 it Of WILLIAM, JOSEPH and ANDREW BLACK, natives of county Sligo. They are suppos...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Correspondence. WASHINGTON, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

Correspondence. WASHINGTON, ALPHA. May 3rd, 1846. Oregon—the Rising Generation—Spiritual Retreat — Rev. Dr. Monarty and the Freeman's Journal. The “ Episode” to the Oregon debate, is still continued, although that question has long since been settled. Another seal has been placed upon the character of the House of Representative, in the shape of a disgraceful personal controversy, between two of its members, giving it another and more valid title to that rather ignominious epithet of “ Bear garden .” The words “ liar” and “ lying coward,” endorsed by the high authority of the members of Congress, have become parliamentary language, and form a part and parcel of “res gestae” of a personal explanation. Hisses and groans are now intermingled with loud laughing and coughing, and all mixed up into one large pile, are given to the Speakers to choke him down, if he “ hint a fault” or say anything offensive “ to ears polite,” and these things upon the floor of the Congress of this mighty an...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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BOSTON, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

BOSTON, May 3d, 1546. Toth p Rev. Dr. Reecher, lecturer on what is miscalled Romanism, in the Salem Street Church, Boston. In my address to you, Sir, I use the title Rev., merely through courtesy. Because I can by no means admit, seeing no suffi- cient proofs to tlie contrary, that, since the revolt of the Islebian apostate from the centre of Catholic unity, there has not been single or solitary ordination outside the pale of the Catholic and Apostolical church, either legal or valid. Men may plume themselves with the title, yet after an accurate investigation, conscience will be found their stern reprover for their undue assumption of a sacred title to which they cannot show a just claim or even a plausible pretext. Having thus premised, 1 shall now enter on the subject of jny present communication, having seen, during these few weeks past, frequent notices of your lectures on Romanism, to the young men in Salem St. Church in this city. At first, I was led to suppose that your obje...

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POPULAR PREACHERS IN PARIS. From the London Daily News. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

POPULAR PREACHERS IN PARIS. From the London Daily News. In appreciating the congregations of the various churches of Paris, we might learn the character of the quarter, the ideas, the habits, and the social condition of the population who dwell there. The various quarters of Paris do not resemble each other, and each parish has its distinct character, and its peculiar physiognomy. The conferences at Notre Dame form the exception. The auditory who throng to the interior of the cathedra] belong to all quarters of the city. Each parish is represented by a deputation of the elite—they who should assign this numerous and distingue assemblage to the population of the parish of Notre Dame would fall into singular error. The inhabitants of this quarter, for the most part, go very rarely to church, and, except during the conferences, the vast aisles of this edifice witness the performance of divine service in comparative solitude. The Abb6 Lacordaire and the Abb6 de Ravignan, whose character...

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LORD PALMERSTON’S VISIT TO PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

LORD PALMERSTON’S VISIT TO PARIS. “A great event just now occupies the coulisses of the diplomatic world (says the National ) Lord Palmerston is at Paris. That Lord Palmerston should come to walk about here is a very simple occurrence, and we are good humoured enough not to care anything more for the presence of the most perfect gentleman in the United kingdom. But all the world does not possess such indifference towards English lords; and with our petty statesmen Lord Palmerston’s arrival has assumed the importance of a mighty event. M. Thiers wanted to monopolise his illustrious rival of 1840; M. Guizot desperately disputed him; and our gracious neighbour had scarcely allighted from his carriage when solicitations and- invitations from Place Saint Georges and the Boulevard des Capuchines crossed one another at his residence. Whilst the present and the past minister pulled the perplexed lord right and left, a third personage pounced on him. The latter, more fortunate, won the signa...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

IRELAND. Extermination. It has been stated in the House of Commons that, for the last five years, one hundred and fifty thousand persons have been exterminated in the county Tipperary. A poor woman living at Ballyseeda, near this city, married but three years, has had within that period no less than seven childreb. She blessed her husband with two at the first birth, three at the second, and two last week, at the third. What would Miss Martineau say to this ? —Limerick Examiner. Extraordinary Longevity. Francis Conway, of Curraghmore, Upper Badoney, Tyrone, having lived through all the storms and sunshine of 120 years of Irish life—an age almost antedilluvian—passed, on, the 5th inst., from a world on which he had been so long a sojourner, and a country whose wrongs made it doubly dear‘to him—to a land “where the wicked cease from troubling, and the weary are at rest.” He retained his faculties to the last moment, and was an enthusiastic admirer of Mr. O’Connell and the national mov...

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REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

REPEAL. The present aspect of affairs in Ireland demands renewed exertion. For centuries the British government withheld from that country the protection of laws; and they never honestly bestowed it. During the last sixteen years, there have been several clumsy attempts to administer the laws ; but they have been very clumsy and unsuccessful ; aud every now and then they have been given up for the sake of some coercion act : martial law is the only sort of law in Ireland that the British government can heartily and steadily stick to. Just now, they are preparing to proclaim it again ; and the landlords, expecting its approach, have begun the work of extermination beforehand. The landlords think that the approaching famine will make their tenantry a burden to them ; and if they turn them out now, the curfew law will come in good time to enforce submission : they will turn out every poor man, every struggling laborer who is striving past power to hold a rood of ground, every unfortuna...

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THE POST AND THE EAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

THE POST AND THE EAGLE. Last week we defended our former observations upon the ridicule of the Irish ; and the Post growled out a sulky paragraph in reply, as follows: “We are perfectly regardless of the abuse and opinion of the Boston Pilot. The great body of our Irish fellow citizens fully understand and justly appreciate the course and disposition of the Boston Post toward them, and we have no apprehension that they will be deceived either by the misrepresentations or the malevolence of the Pilot.'' This appeared to mean something ; and we were disposed to let it go for what it was worth with “our Irish fellow-citizens;” when a circumstance occurred which put us into a quandary. We had made some remarks on the Tocsin, for the purpose of warning our readers against a misapprehension which might have possibly gone abroad : and the Editor of that paper, thinking he could not express his own sentiments better than the Post had for him, seized on this paragraph, and put it in his Dail...

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THE SPRING-TIDE OF LOVE. A SONG FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

THE SPRING-TIDE OF LOVE. A SONG FOR THE SEASON. J. B. i. There’s a brightness above on the broad arch of heaven, There’s a freshness beneath on the bosom of earth, And a placid terene in the wild face of even That speak to the bosom of nature’s young birth, There’s a fragrnnee and feeling in winds softly stealing, That whisper the hope and the peace of the Dove: And young hearts are meeting, in raptures repeating Those feelings that rise with the spring-tide of Love. 11. Sweet season of dreams, when young life newly risen Beams happiness round, and glides swiftly along, As a bird of wild melody ’scaped from its prison Makes nature rejoice in the breath of its song: When the soft gentle voice of the inaid of our choice Knows no accents but those that affection may prove, And in youth’s happy pride, is for aye by our side, To welcome its promise, the spring-tide of Love. in. Sweet season of hope, when each joy-bearing morrow Comes laden with promise of pastime and play; And the gloomy...

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THE CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

THE CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE AGAIN. We committed a blunder the other week. We noticed in sober seriousness an article about Dr. O’Flaherty in the Christian Alliance. We thought, from the style of the article, with its big phrazes about “concurrent action” and all that, it was written by Dr. Beecher; but we were mistaken: it was the Editor of the Alliance imitating him. If we had known that, we wouldn’t have said a word about it; for we never mean to treat with gravity anything coming from that gentleman’s pen, after the samples we have had of his reasoning powers. Just for instance, take his paper of last week; Le Maistre had said that the Inquisition existed in the days of St. Dominick, and was only adopted in Spain, and that in its commencement the Spanish Inquisition was required by the kings of Spain; this the Alliance pronounces a contradiction! He charges us with falsehood in saying he gave no references with his quotations, (we had no taste for hunting through every book he chose t...

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THE WAR AND THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

THE WAR AND THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION. War hag commenced; and with it has commenced an internal attack upon the government, ten times more odious, perhaps ten times more dangerous. All the penny-a-liners, and that Napoleon of humbug who conducts the New York Herald , have been straining every nerve to create a panic, to fill the people with distrust and alarm, and worry the government to death. They have been making the most they can of the popular ignorance on the subject of war, to magnify everything like danger, and throw a proportionate odium on Mr. Polk and his cabinet. We have always maintained that the danger to this country in time of war lay in the terrors of the people. We knew that they were not used to the state of war, we knew they had formed no definite ideas of that state, and we feared that they would be exactly as frightened in time of danger as they are furious in peace and safety; for that is the usual way with everybody: when people are inclined to make a fuss, it i...

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THE PROTESTANT INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

THE PROTESTANT INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. We have had frequent occasion to put the public upon its guard against Intelligence Offices. In some of these establishments, many, we fear, imposition is regularly practised. The Protestant Employment Society is one against whose principle of exclusive dealing we have already pro- I tested: that principle is destructive to so- | ciety, and discreditable to the religion which adopts it. But we have another objection; unless its supporters can explain it better than they have done, it is a humbug. It is an establishment which professes to obtain Protestant help, and at the same time declares that Protestant help cannot be obtained. We observed in the Christian Alliance a few weeks back, a paragraph written on behalf of that establishment. The paragraph began with stating that those who had applied for j Protestant help could not be supplied at present, and ended by recommending the i establishment to public patronage. We cal j upon the Alliance to ...

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THE CATHOLIC SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

THE CATHOLIC SYNOD. From the Baltimore Patriot of Monday, we copy the following:— Roman Catholic Provincial Council. As before announced, the regular Provincial Council of the Roman Catholic Church met in this city yesterday, at the Cathedral. The immense building was early crowded in all its parts, and hundreds were in the vicinity, who were unable to gain admittance. At about half-past ten o’clock a procession of the prelates in attendance was formed at the residence of the Archbishop in Charles street, which proceeded west through Mulberry to Cathedral street, and then into the Cathedral by the door on the west front. The appearance presented at this spot by the Bishops and Clergy as they moved along, singing miserere, was grand and impressive. The procession was preceded by the youths attached to the sanctuary, then the young gentlemen composing the theological classes at St. Mary’s College, followed by about fifty priests, the bishops about twenty-two in number, brought up the ...

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AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. Troy , N.Y. Oar excellent Agent’s letter did not arrive in time to send him the number of papers he ordered. We shall send him enough in future. The Trojans are taking hold of the Pilot in good earnest. .. Lowell, Ms. Mr. Ward is working in earnest for the Pilot. Let him persevere. We should have three hundred subscribers in Lowell, and if Mr. W. perseveres he will raise the list to that number. Baltimore. The order of Wm. Taylor & Cos. did not reach us until Friday morning, consequently we could not send his increased order. “ W. N. II,” Westminster, Md—your request ißgranted• “ .J K.” Deleware Grove, Pa, ditto. Portland , Me. No mistakes occur in'otir office in the transmission of the papers to our IWends there. We shall be glad to make new arrangements, when Mr. C. visits us. William Burke , formeriy of Missisqua Buy, Cannda, will oblige us by reporting hinißelf at this olHce. It is now some time since we heard from him. A Teetotaller shall ...

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CHURCH BURNERS’ CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

CHURCH BURNERS’ CELEBRATION. The Pennsylvanian informs us that the Church-burners celebrated the anniversary of the riots in Philadelphia on the 6th inst. That paper adds:— “ The Native Ovation on Wednesday afternoon, in Kensington, commemorative of the events of the 6th May 1844, was rather a slim affair, notwithstanding the arrangements, in the way of ballooning, etc, to attract a crowd. Curiosity led us to the ground, where we found a stand erected, and some 150 individuals congregated.— Soon after company of about 40 young men, known as the “ Eagle Rovers,” arrived, accompanied by music and banners. The meeting was then organized, the number probably reaching 300 persons.— Several addresses were made, a Mr. Kemball, of Boston, taking the lead, and indulging for an hour in a violent philippic against all classes of foreigners, and the policy of the government in extending to them the rights of citizenship in any period less than 21 years after their arrival. The other speeches we...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. The Bible against Protestantism, and in strict ac* cordance with the Catholic Faith, evinced in a Conference between a Catholic, a Protestant i Episcopalian) and a Presbyterian. By the Rt. Rev. Dr. Shiel, Roman Catholic Bishop. With an appendix. Sweeney: Boston. This is an elegant edition of a useful work. It has long been considered a standard book, containing the best arguments in defence of the Church, put in a peculiarly forcible and familiar way, and founded upon Holy writ. But in the most common editions innumerable errors obscured and defaced the work. This edition was undertaken to render it worthy of itself, and of that extensive patronage it has so long enjoyed. The whole has been carefully revised and corrected, aud various improvements and additions made by the Publisher. The appendix, on the nature of a lawful Ministry, is itself a valuable treatise. The Dedication, by the Publisher, to the gentlemen of the Christian Alliance is a poser. The United Sta...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

The Cambria, sails to-day. DIED, Suddenly, on the 2d inst, of an eruption of a blood vessel, John Heluiby, a native of county Carlow, Ireland, but for u number of years a much respected citizen of Baltimore. His death will be much regretted by all who knew him. He has left a wife and two children, and an aged father, with a large circle of friends, to lament his irreparable loss.—Baltimore paper. In this city, on Monday, of scarlet fever, Muy Veronica, only daughter of Edwin A. and Mary Palmer, 4 years 5 months. In Charlestown, on the 7th inst, Mary, child of Capt. McCurdy, 2 years and four months. “Thou art gone, lovely child, and thy parents lament thee;They mourn thy departure— their loss they deplore, Though they yield thee, submissive, to Him that first lent thee, Yet they grieve that on earth they shall see thee no more.” Notices of this kind inserted four times for $l. INFORMATION WANTED, Of ISABELLA REGAN, who left New York on the 3d of April. She was last seen on board the ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 16 May 1846

Roche, brothers & MEItTS FOR 1840 Jitn sage to and from Great Britain and Ita/l, or Old Line oj Liverpool I‘ackc York and Liverpool on the Ist and And by First Class American Ships , Persons sending to the “Old Conn ciui make the necessary arrangement and have them brought out in any of prising the black Ball, or Old Lind tsailing from Liverpool on the Ist ant also by First Class Ships, sailing 1 which our Agents, Messrs. Jam there will see are sent out without and Should those sent for not come out funded without any deduction. The Black Bull, or Old Line of Idv prise the following magnificent ship Liverpoi on their regular appointed i The FIDELIA, on Ist Jan. EUROPE, liith “ NEW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICA N, loth “ YORKSHIRE, Ist Mar. CAMBRIDGE, liith “ OXFORD, Ist April. MONTEZUMA. loth ‘‘ Notice. It is well known that I the very best conveyance for persi friends, and as other Passenger A* out passengers by that Line, the Pubi titled by order of the OWNERS thai but ROCIIE...

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