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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, Canada, Feb. 14, 1878. A Discontcnted Province. The New Brunswick Press and people are greatly agitated over the question of * ‘ better terms ” for their Province. It seem t that they are not able to support the cumbrous system of legislation which is so peculiar to them, and the eonsequence is that they are going to apply to the Dominion Parliament for a change in their favor of the terms of confederation. It would be well if they would practise a decent sort of economy, and instsead of two have only one Local Legislature as the Province of Ontario has, and if they would remodel their municipal system, and take from tho local legislature several small functions which should belong to city corporation*, they would have then very little necessity for the presept agitation which makes them somewhat contemptible in the eyes of the other Provinces. Ontario, especially, with her large surplus, looks at her with overweening disdain. However, there is another que...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Irish College at Paris. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

The Irish College at Paris. From Le Moude. We rend in the Journal des Debats the following, which has also been reproduced by many other newspapers The Irish College, founded in Paris in the reign of Louis XIV. hv political refugees from Ireland, the capital of which, amounting to nearly i, 000,0301 (£80.000) belongs to France, is about to be thoroughly reorganized. This establishment will be placed under the surveillance of a council coinposod of grand functionaries of the State, and in the future it will bo the French Government who will name the Director of the College on the presentation of the Catholic Bishops ol Ireland. This paragraph shows the profound ignorance of whoever wrote it. The refugees who, under the reign of Louis XIV., founded an Irish College in Paris had fled from religious persecution and the laws of proscription, front which Ireland was then suffering; but these virtuous men were not “political refugees” in the sense attached to these words at the present day...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

THE PILOT I? rn LISIIED BY PATRICK DONAHOE, 300 WASHINGTON STREET. BOSTON, ASS., TO WHOM ALL LETTERS AllE TO BE ADDRESSED. miTlffiS. IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE. Deil.ered by Carriers in Boston $3 OO “ “ six months 1 50 •* “ four months 1 OO &la«le bnbscrlberfl, by Mall,'oue year '■> 50 “ •* •* six months.... I*s *• “ “ three months. 05 Chil>a ol three, or more, by Mall, ohe year 2 OO .i «* “ “ slxmonthsl OO •* .% >t « three •* 50 To Ireland ( V. 8. postage prepaid) ® Boston Wholesale Dealers i NEW ENGLAND NEWS 00., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 835 Washington street. BEK. MoCABY. No. D Thatcher court. No. End,

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

iPBIjInCIPAL offices. Kali ltlver, Stans.—l. P. POrE. Lawrence. Mass.—M. RINN. i Xew Haven. Conn.—EDWARD DOWXES. Providence, 11. 1 TILLJM.HAFT £ MAi HON: S. S. COLLINS, '£i Matlu street. UO(I ' York City.—THE AMERICAN NEWS 1 0., 121 Nassau street. ! isronklyu, Si. Y.—M. KEVIN. Albany, ST. Y.—BEK. HUGHES. tteßrondway I Troy, A. V.—P.DOOLEY, 182 River treet. gkorge h. HKi iv\ ' .—T.>. I ! A WKS, I !■', f-( i;i <*a dt. Phlladclplila. Pn.— CENTRAL SEWS CO., 605 Chestnut street, l'. h-. Po.-sELL £ BACKUS, 70S State and No. 1!) Park Row. Baltimore, Md.-H.TAYT.OR .Sun Ironlidlua Clc '', e A a “ d ; «• ~U- KRAMER, RAWSON E\ ANs £ CO. l ine t uiiat I. O.—THE CINCIN N ATI NEW- (H> J.P.WALSH; J.RICHARDS; J.R.HAW LEY Cbtrngo, 111.—WESTERN NEWS CO. St. Louis, Mo.—PATRICK I OX: ST. LOUIS BOOK & NEWS CO. Louisville,Ky.—A. CENTER :<’.T.I»EARING ; Milwaukic, Wis .—WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS, j Detroit,Midi.—J.A.ROYB; MICH.NEWS CO I Snu Fr...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEIL; ON. The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEIL; ON. The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF “ HESTER'S HISTORY.” CHAPTER XXI. MRS. LEE STRUGGLES AGAINST FATE. Not only did May become pale, blit she began to like lonely walks up and down the damp cloisters, to lit about like abut in the twilight, and to climb to her old haunt in the belfry in order that she might look out over the land like “ Sister Anne,’’ and see if there was “ anybody coming.” One evening she was leaning over the garden hedge, peering into the vanishing landscape, and devouring every sad suggestion that tin* falling night presented to her mind. Suddenly there came two red eyes glaring down the road; not the angry eyes of some terrible demon, as at llrst they might have been supposed, but only carriage lamps. Yet they could not have proved a sight more surprising if thev had been a couple of unlucky stars jostled out of their place’, in consequence of too much crowding upon the milky way. They came glaring down t...

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THE GREAT LECTURE OF WENDELL PHILLIPS ON “ DANIEL O'CONNELL." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

THE GREAT LECTURE OF WENDELL PHILLIPS ON “ DANIEL O'CONNELL." We present our readers to-day with the long-famous lecture on O’Connell, by America’s greatest orator, Wendell rhillips. It was delivered lately in New York. Whoever has heard this lecture has declared it to be the grandest tribute to the genius, and the noblest eulogium of the motives of O’Connell that has ever been delivered:— Ladies and Gentlemen,—l am to talk to you of O’Connell—Daniel O’Connell, the champion of Irish' Catholic citizenship. and the great example of modern agitation. I originally chose O’Connell as the subject of a Lyceum lecture because he represented, better than any other man of the century, this modern element in constitutional government —Agitation. You know Sir Robert Feel defined agitation to be the ‘ * marshaling of the conscience of a nation to inou! and its laws, and appeal to the thought and the principle of a community to reach indirectly its ballot-bearing classes.” It is an old word this,...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. UateH to January SO. ANTRIM. Belfast VOTERS.—There arc, in Belfast, with a population of 174,000 , 4300 burgesses. Illness of the Most Ukv. Du. Dobkian. , In reply to many kind inquiries, and to allay all unnecessary alarm on the score j of the Most Rev. Dr' Dorrian’a health, we are glad to be able to state that his Lomshlp is rapidly recovering from the nuns- i position lrom which, for the last few clays, he suffered.— Belfast Examiner. Suspicious Death.— On the morning of j Jan. 23, the body of a young man named Black, who lived about four miles from Portadown was found near his home. Lit* was extinct, and the body bore marks of violence. The constabulary, having neon , informed of the occurrence, two young i men last seen in company of deceased were under the direction ot Sub Inspector Warre. arrested, but alter some investigation discharged. —Dublin Freeman. Floods in Armagh. —The floods of the Ilann river have risen to an enormous ex- j tent. Thousands of acr...

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The Northfleet Disaster. Heartrending Details. Loss of Over Three Hundred Lives. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

The Northfleet Disaster. Heartrending Details. Loss of Over Three Hundred Lives. Our latest exchanges from Great Britain bring us detailed reports of tho sinking of the emigrant ship, Northfleet, by a steamer which sailed away from tho doomed vessel. It has since been found out that this was the Spanish steamer Murillo. The Northfleet is described as a splendid vessel, of 940 tons register, Captain Knowles, of and from London for Hobart Town, Australia, with emigrants, numbering about 412, besides a crew of 30 hands, anil a cargo of railway iron for constructing railways lu Tasmania. The N'orthlleet left the dock on Tuesday, Jan. 21, and touched at Gravesend, and had been beating about tho Channel from that date to the night of the disaster, Jan. 29. At the time of the collision, which was about 11 o’clock, she was riding at anchor, or at the Ircss, with her mast head light burning. On the approach of the steamer, the watch on deck of the Northfleet gave the alarm, and called the st...

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

BIKTHS. Jan. 20, In Dublin, t!ie wife of Michael McCarthy, of a son. 20, the wife of Peter O’Brien, of a daughter. 21, the wife of Thomas if. Pur-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

cell, of a daughter. 26, the wife of Janies Finn, of a son. 29, (he wife of J. J. Keegan, of a daughter. 28, the wife of Michael J. Nugent, of a son. 28, the wife of Anthony 11. Corley, esq., of a son and daughter. Jan. 28, at Borrisoleigh, (he wife of Michael Carroll, of a son and daughter. Jan. 27, at Skerries, the wife of John Teruan, esn., of a daughter. Jan. 29, at Kilruassan, county Meath, The wiie of John Boy lan, esq., of a sou.' Jan. 23, at Ratlmihies, the wife of James F. Hayes, of a sou. MAEBIAGES. Jan. 30. in Dublin, John Duffy Williams, England, to Maria Agnes, daughter of Kichard Verdon, esq., of Dublin and Dundalk. 22. John Everard Henry Colclcugli, esq., to Rosetta Phcebe, daughter of Mervyn Paget Crolton, esq. Jan. 23, at Limerick, Patrick Cantwell, esq., Wes tg rove, co. Tipperary,toEllie Angela,daughter of William O'Donnell, esq.. Limerick. Jan. 28. at Ballyconuell, co. Wicklow, Thomas Kenny, to Maryanne, daughter of P. Dempsey, Ballygalduff, Tullow, co. Carlow. J...

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

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements nndor this head are inserted throe times tor $l.OO. The immense circulation of The Pilot in every city, town and hamlet od 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 U3 01.00 enclosed in a letter, with the advertisement written as legibly as possible, so that no mistake may be made by the printer. Persons in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of the world, can hare their friends advertized bv remitting ns the price in gold. For halj a sovereign an advertisement will be inserted for seven weeks. There is very little risk in sending gold in a letter, if sticbed into it, or placed between a small piece of card or pasteboard. Cnntion.--To prevent our numerous Irish friends and others from besoming the dupes of thievish Impostors, we would advise all advertising for missing relativ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Of Thomas Higgins, Into of Woonsocket, R. 1., which place lie left on the 28tli of February, 1872; when last heard from was in Providence, B. I. The father of said Thomas Higgins died on the 17tb of the last month. Any person informing Thomas of this occurrence, or giving lus mother, Mary Higgins,any information (if his whereabouts, will receive her sincere thanks. Direct to Mary, or James Higgins,"Woonsocket, R. I. 1-2 Of John McConaghy, who lived somewhere in the State of Michigan, when last heard from. Information of him. alive or dead, will be received by his nephew, John McConagliy, a son of his brother Arthur, who i3 a native of the co. Armagh. Ireland. Address John McConaghy, No. 15 West street. Wallseud, Northumberland county, near Newcastle-on-Tyue, England. 122 Of Michael James Day, son of Michael and Catherine Day, of Lynchburg, Va.,who left his home in or about July, 1871: when last heard from was at Sydney, New South Wales, with his uncle, Rhody Cahill. If this should m...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

ihulix, i Of A\ illiam Siiiels, of Drumeondrn* road. City of Dublin, draper, who went t New ' ork four years ago, Information of him wilt* j received by his son, John Shiels, 48 Lower Doml- : nick street, Dublin, Ireland, or by Mr i iuod 32t | ltuggles street, Boston Highlands, Mass. ini Of Philip, Patrick, and Mart Xo- : natives of Spring Gardens, Dublin; when ; last heard from, the two former were In N Orleans I in 1859, and the latter was living at No la \sh street, Boston, in 1854. Information of them living or dead, will be received by their brother’ Sergeant Thomas Nolan. 87th Ttovui i.iai. i.'.. ’ j Sergeant Thomas Nolan, 87th Boyal Irish Fu- ! sileers, Halifax, Nova Scotia. ’ mhl ! Southern papers please copy. } Of James Mills, born in Dundrum, ! county Dublin, who left Liverpool in August ; 1868; also, of bis brother, Joseph Mills, who wa* j three years in the American Navy, and enlisted In New York. Information of them will be received ; by their sister, Katie Mills. Nowto...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give uo attention to anonymous correspondents. “Mart Walsh,” Elmira, N. Y.—“ The Lay of pn Irish Harp,” by Miss Owenson, was issued in 1807. “Thomas McCormick,” Belfast, Me.— Mr. Henry McCormac’s “Philosophy of Human Nature” appeared in 1 Q 37. “Patrick Murphy.” Trent-on, N. J.— Arthur Murphy’s ‘‘Life of Garrick” tens reprinted in Dublin. We have at hand a copy of a Dublin edition of 1801. j “Patrick Walters,” Hudson, X. Y.—C. McCarthy treated of ‘ ‘ Justice and Reason, faithful guides to truth,” in an octavo volume, issued In 1707. * 1 THOMAS Martin,” Memphis, Tenn.—Mr•• D. Jones published, in 17(»6, a book entitled, “Antiquities of Nations, tbe Celts, -Gauls, and Ancient Britons.” “ Wm. A. kino,” Montreal, Canada.—Mr. M. A. Lower's “Compendious History of Sussex,” England —your native county—was issued in two octavo volumes in 1870. “ William Hogan,” Buffalo. X. Y'.—A new edition of the late George L. Craik’s “ Spencer and his Poetry,” was issued in t...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Our Chromo. ffljc pint. BOSTON, MARCH 1, 1873. “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be tenqieratc, be industrious, be ob9dleut to law."—Kev. Thomas N. Burke. O. P. Our cliromo of Father Burke is the 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 The Pilot for one year. Every subscriber will get a cliromo. li\ consequence of Father Burke’s departure for Rome, the value of our beautiful Chromo is largely increased. Every Irish family should possess the likeness of the great man who, in an hour of need, was found ready, able, and willing to be the champion of his race and religion.

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Character Sketches. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Character Sketches. The Irishman Proper, Wo naturally look for the Irishman proper in his native country—lreland. Weoall him “the Irishman proper,” not because ho is better than other men of his race, but becauso no foreign duties or affections belong to him: his thoughts and his works may bo entirely devoted to his native land, lie understands his relations to Ireland, to his neighbor, to his family, and to himself. In this he differs from many of his countrymen, who think they have no relations to any thing but an Irish Kepublic. The, thoughtful, sensible Irishman deeply re-j grots the sorrows of his country, and understands her wants and grievances. But i he knows that he cannot aid her by loud 1 talking, which will only make him con- [ temptible in the eyes of other sensible men. lie knows that ho cannot do her any good by joining a secret society that meets once or twico a week in the hack j room of a secluded wliiskey-shop and whispers wild “ treason ” over its drinks. He is w...

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“Gathered in the Steerage,” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

“Gathered in the Steerage,” In the Catholic World for February appeared the first part of a well-written article entitled‘‘Atlantic Drift—Gathered in the Steerage,” which is concluded in the March number, just to hand. It is evident that the writer crossed the Atlantic in the steerage and writes from actual knowledge, probably from notes made during thb voyage. The word-pictures of the passage—the fast steamer cutting through rather than breasting the waves, the regrets of the passengers for selecting a vessel of u lino “ in which every other quality was said to have been sacrificed to that of excessive speed,’' tlio dark, cavernous space, made more dismal by one lamp,—the steerage—where grotesque flgrues crouched between the bunks or pored over their cards, “in a chiaro-oscuro that recalls a scene of Teniers or Van Ostade,”—all ibis is easily done and by a seemingly well-trained hand. The storm, too, is graphically described. The following brief extract just refers to one lurch of ...

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Evidence of Humbug. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Evidence of Humbug. The Republican party of the UuitedStatos adopted “ a plank in its platform” at its National Convention, held in Philadelphia in June, 1872, which deserves to he shown up as clear evidence of gross humbug. When this Convention was held, the excitement of the presidential election was waxing, and the Republican party did not feel any extra security in its position. It was deemed necessary at any cost to make irionds of the bold-faced Woman’s Rights party. So the following section was adopted in the platform 14. The Republican party is mindful of its obligations to the loyal women of America, for their noble devotion to the cause of freedom; their admission to wider fields of usefulness is viewed with satisfaction; and the honest demands of any class of citizens for additional rights should be treated with respectful consideration. The Republican party of the State of Massachusetts, moved by the same interests as tbo National Convention, adopted a still stronger “ p...

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