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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 May 1846

w IL.L.IAMS Si <iUION T *S ESTABLISHED " * PASSAGE OFFICE. ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1 S-M>. Passage from Great Britain and Ireland, 'l'lie Subscribers bog leave to inform tboso persons about sending lor their friends, tliat they have completed extensive arrangements tor the year lo4u, tor bringing out passengers from England, Ireland, and Scotland, in a comfortable manner, and on the most reasonable terms, by the regular packets, suiting every five days throughout the season, and by other llrst class American ships, commanded by the most experienced masters in the trade, sailing from the port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will attend personally to the embarkation of all passengers engaged tor at their ollice, and at their agencies. They are determined to spare neither money nor expense to promote the comfort and convenience of their passengers; and to carry this more fully into effect, they wish to announce that a person from their ollice will reside in Liverpo...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 May 1846

Female physician, mrs. mott, tin very justly celebrated Female Physician, corner 01 Lytide ami Cambriuge Streets, Boston, Mass., attends to al diseases incident to tile human frame, (.except those arising from immorality.' She is constantly receiving Roots, iurhs, Gums, Balsams, and Essential Oils, by the steamships from Europe,—not to be obtained in this country, with which she is enabled to cure or relieve diseases thut have baffled the skill of the most eminent physicians. The following are such as have been treated of bv her with so much success tor the last fourteen years in tile United States, viz: bits, Rheumatism, Gout, Decline, Debility, Liver Complaint, Female Weakness, p ailing Sickness, Hemorrhoids, Files, Asthma, l'hthisic, Catarrh, Tic Doloreux, Neuralgia, Nervous Symptoms, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Worms, Humors, Scrofula, Stilt Rheum, King’s Evil, Cancer, Ring Worms, Sore Heads, and all other cutaneous disorders, Diabetes, diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder and many othe...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 23 May 1846

JOHN frPRDMAN A: CO.’S Old Established United Slates emd Great Britain and Ireland LMiGRAM' TASS AGE Gil ICE, No. 01 South street, New York. HEKDMAN, KLENAN A CO., Liverpool. A ltd by their boston Agent, MR. MICHAEL MOONEY, nt llie Catholic Lookstore, Federal street,—the sure good old stand. Passage to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packet slops, sailing on the lst, oth, lllh, loth, 21st, and 2bth of each month to and from Liverpoo, and to and from London on the Ist, loth, and 20th of each month. The Liverpool United Line is comprised of the following superior shi|fc>: Still'S. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHU'S. CAPTAINS. TONS. Independence, Allen, 130 Ilenry Clay, N>e, 1300 Waterloo, Allen, 1000 Fidelia, Hackstaff, 1000 liottiuguer, Bursley, 393 Roscius, Eldridge, lt>3l Europe, Fuiher, 030 Ashburton, Howland, 1000 Joliliß.Skidd)', Skuldy, 9bU New York, Cropper, Bbo Siddons, Cobh, btij Liverpool, Eldridge, Shenandoah...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

BOTON PILOT PATRICK DOXAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT - LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRYS, AND TRUTITS. < OFFICE. I I No. 1, SrRi.NG Lane. J s2.3U::::2it Nuance. Boston, Sfttur&an, illan 30, 1356. llohtmc 9::::Ko. 22.

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THY WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

THY WIFE. Thou cherish her dearly, And love her sincerely, Be faithful, Indulgent and kind; Make not a slight failing A pretext ft>r railing, If such you should happen to find. O ! do not misuse her, And never refuse her, When proper her wishes may be, And thy cost, care and trouble, She’ll recompense double, By the kindness she’ll lavish on thee.

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The Thurch. PASTORAL LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

The Thurch. PASTORAL LETTER Of the Sixth Provincial Council of Baltimore, opened on the tilth of May, ItSii, fourth Sumlay ajter Easier, and closed on the I ~,th of the same month The Archbishop and Bishops of the United States to tlm Clergy and faithful of their charge. Grace to you, and ]>eace from God ovr Father, and from the fjord Jesus Christ: Assembled together in Council, by the merciful permission of God, we have endeavored, by united prayer and mutual consultation, to obtain the necessary light for the promotion of the important interests confided to our care. From the harmony which prevailed in our deliberations we have reason to believe that Christ, according to His promise, was in the midst of ns, directing us by His truth, and animating us by His Spirit. After consultation with our brethren of the second order of the clergy, we have adopted some regulations for your spiritual advantage, which, when approved of by our venerable chief, the successor of Peter, t...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

Ireland. Melancholy Accident—Four Lives Lost! On Saturday night, about 10 o’clock, some people from the county Kilkenny side of the river were in the city, as is usual on market-days, for the transaction of business. At eight o’clock the large ferryI boats are taken oft', and small boats, or 1 prams, take their stations at the ferry until jan advanced hpur at night. It was in one of the latter that the unfortunate persons who met with such an untimely end em- ; barked, with the expectation of reaching j their homes in safety. The little boat put | off from the Tower Stairs with ten human | beings on board, and on reaching the midi die of the river, the accident which proved j fatal to four of the number, occurred. It appears that the tide was running very | strong at the time, it being half-ebb, and | the night very dark. The boatman, to ! whom it would have been a hard task un- ; der ordinary circumstances, was undecided ; whether he should be able to pass the bows of the ship “Mar...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

BOSTON REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The Association held its regular monthly meeting on Monday evening, in Saloon, the usual place of meeting. The room was crowded to overflowing, and numbers were compelled to go away who could not obtain even standing room. At half-past eight, the meeting was called to order by the President. The Secretary read the minutes of last meeting. The report of the committee for nominating wardens was then read by Mr. T. Mooney. The President congratulated the Association on the prospect of a full board; he believed we had never enjoyed the services of a full board of wardens at any previous time. He was proceeding to put the question on the report, when Mr. McGoorty moved that the report on each ward be put to the meeting by itself; he thought that inode would be more convenient for the gentlemen nominated; that if any one objected to serve, he might have a better opportunity to amend the report. The report was then received unanimously, the question being taken o...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES. A gentleman informs us that he has this morning seen a letter from an officer in Gen. Taylor’s camp, dated the 4th of May. It states that 600 persons were left in the camp by the general on his departure for Point Isabel. The enemy at the time of writing the letter, were continuing to fire upon the camp ; they had killed two men, one sergeant and one private, besides two mules outside of the camp. The defenders of the camp had fired seven hundred shots at the assailants and at the town of Matamoras, with what effect was not known. This intelligence comes to us in such a manner that we believe it to be pefectly authentic. The seven hundred shots are probably the ground work of the story about 700 Mexicans killed.— N. Y. Post. The following is the enrolment of troops ordered by the executive in the several states, and mustering eighty-six regiments and a half. At the average of five hundred men in a regiment, this will give you the number of 43,250. If th...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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LATER FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

LATER FROM THE ARMY. By the New Orleans Picayune , and an extra from the Mobile Advertiser of the 18th, we have news, the substance of which is contained in the following:— There have been two engagements between Gen. Taylor and the Mexican troops, the first occurring on the 7th inst., when Gen. Taylor was returning from Point Isabel to his camp, opposite Matamoros. In this the Mexicans, from 5000 to 7000, were repulsed, our army sleeping on the field of battle, on which next day were found 200 Mexicans dead, several pieces of artillery, stores, &c. Major Ringgold died subsequently from wounds in this action. Of the second battle we can only give the following particulars from the Picayune: “ Phe U. S. steamer Col. Harney arrived this morning just as our paper was going to press, from Brazos Santiago, having left on the 18th inst. Her news is glorious to our arms. She brings official accounts of a second battle between the Mexican "and American forces, which took place o...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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MANIFESTO [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

MANIFESTO Of the President cut interim of the Mexican Republic, dated “National Palace of Mexico, April 23, 1546.” When at the commencement of the present year I took upon myself the grave responsibility of directing, for a short time, the destinies of our nation, I determined with resolute mind to sustain and defend its rights and prerogatives, changing the weak and pernicious policy of temporization, which had been observed towards the Government of the United States of America—notwithstanding the perfidious means by which it prepared the way for the occupation of Texas—the baseness with which it violated the existing treaties that guaranted to us inviolate the limit of this Republic, and notwithstanding the improper act by which it incorporated one of our Departments into the States of its Confederation. The Mexican natiou did not achieve her independence by the most bloody and heroical sacrifices, nor did she take her place among the civilized nations of the world, in order to b...

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Biographical. "SOME LIE FAE OFF BEYOND THE WAVE.” [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

Biographical. "SOME LIE FAE OFF BEYOND THE WAVE.” A friend in Paris has kindly sent us some notes of the life of a distinguished Irishman lately deceased, from which we extract the following:— “Died on tne 9th of October. 1845, in Paris, where he had resided for the last thirty-eight years of his life, David Bailie Warden, a native of Ballycastle, in the the county Down, a citizen of America, and a corresponding member of the ‘lnstitute of France.’ "M. Warden was born in 1778. He entered the University of Glasgow at an early age, and attended the celebrated lectures of Dr. Millar. Having distinguished himself in natural philosophy and mathematical science, he graduated as Master of Arts, and returned to the Ireland of the United Irishmen. M. Warden was a Presbyterian, and intended for the church. His friends, his principles, his hopes, were involved in “the Union.” He loved his native land and her freedom, and became one of that glorious conspiracy. The military committee in the Nor...

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REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

REPEAL. J. B. McMAHON. To the Editor of the Boston Pilot: 1 trust. Sir, you will permit me, through your journal, to inform my countrymen and others, that my Irish soul never sat more serenely on the throne of her extensive empire, than (hiring the Repeal meeting last Monday night, which was not the case at the last meeting. At the commencement, indeed, some were a little discouraged, to whom I jocosely responded, “don’t fear, I’m here; they will come after the work of the day.” And so, may God bless them, they did come, and continue to coine, until those who came too late, did not find access to the hall through the unusual pressure. There, in a few moments, was found at the head of a countless multitude of Irishmen and women, a distinguished lawyer, their true and persevering friend. Near him sat Lawyer Walsh, who, as on every former occasion, displayed much eloquence and discrimination of tact and talent. Opposite were Drs. Fitzpatrick, White, and, I believe, Hyndman. These gentl...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

TEMPERANCE. Mr. Editor, —In a communication in your paper of the 23d inst., signed “A. Teetotaller,” are some comments upon remarks made by me at the Father Mathew Society some weeks since, in which he charges me with assailing the Irish character, and demands a public retraction. Had “A Teetotaller” stated my language, or the purport of it, and could he have proved it false, he might have claimed a retraction; but when through stupidity or malevolence he misstates a speaker, and then demands retraction, he is not entitled to much courtesy, and had better “pluck the beam out of his own eye, before he takes the mote out of his brother’s.” In reference to his general introductory remarks, I have only to say I leave my actions, and the course I have pursued in thy Temperance movement, to speak for itself. “A Teetotaller” will remember, if he possess the faculty of memory, that I alluded to the press and its unjust and ungenerous course towards the unfortunate Irish. 1 also stated a fac...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Our Young Friends. THE STAGE-COACH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

Our Young Friends. THE STAGE-COACH. Before settingouton a journey we sometimes think with anxiety of the companions we may chance to meet in our travels, and it is not always that we find them useful and agreeable. On a very important occasion,for me however, I was thrown among those who materially influenced my future life, and to whom under God 1 owe my reformation. My father was a rich merchant at Lyons. At an early age he placed me at a college, and though I made tolerable progress in learning,! unfortunately made progress also in dissipation and folly. On my return home my conduct grieved my father so much, that one morning he called me into his room, and with a calm that announced unalterable decision, he said, “ Edward, my purse and my heart are closed against you until reflection restores to me a son.— 1 have a correspondent at Paris; he will receive you, and if your conduct amends by his councils, my house will again be open to you.” Although my heart was hardened by vice, ...

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Foreign Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

Foreign Summary. Mr. \\. S. O’Brien was, on the 30th day of April last, arrested by the serjeant-at-arms and taken into custody. The patriot was safely lodged within the four walls of a small, though comfortable prison. He was not taken otf to the Tower, but was placed in an apartment called “the cellar,” and occupied by the porters of the House of Commons, It is on the ground floor, and has not been occupied by any state prisoner since Howard of Stockdale. Mr. O’Brien was requested to serve on a railway committee, for Scotch schemes, but he peremptorily refused to serve except for his own dear land, Ireland, and his rashness may, or might, have kept him a prisoner some four or five months. 1 On being taken into custody and lodged in his apartment, Mr. O’Brien was waited upon by Mr. Bellamy, to receive instructions as to his dinners and wines. Mr. O’Brien said: “All I want is simply what will sustain nature; tea and dry toast for breakfast. I shall dine between two and three, on any...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

COMMONWEALTH OI SETTS. Suffolk, ss. At at Boston, iu said County, on Momli of May, in the year one thousam forty-six— W HBBEA8, EDWARD YOUNG, goods and estate of JOHN WIIITT late of said Boston, Laborer, deceast day presented for allowance the first istration upon said estate, and also a for an allow ance. Ordered, That the said Edward giv interested therein, to appear at a Pro at said Boston, on Monday, the eigli at nine o’clock, belorenoon, by publi weeks successively in the newspap< Pilot, printed in said Boston, that til appear and shew cause, if any tin against the allow ance thereof. WILLARD PHILLIPS, Ju, A true Copy.—Attest, H. my PERSONAL REFEREi No Charge until the Hair is R nal terms on which REALS'S HAl is applied and supplied at the Propri Eirst Avenue, New York. 0“Emanating from a regular pri fered to the public on the above or sonal reference given to our first ei Restorative” stands alone, free fron to Quackery or humbug. Sold wholesale and retail by the ' ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

Notices of this kind inserted four times for SI. INFORMATION AY A N TED, Of MARY DEERY, who left Gardrim, parish of Drumhome, eo. Donegal, about 15 years ago, and when last heard from was in Philadelphia. Any information respecting her will he kindly received by her sister, liridget Decry, or her cousin, John Boyle, No. 27 Lodge st, Albany, N.Y. niyJO—ltli Of JOHN MEAI), formerly of the parish of L'astlelyons, co. Cork, who emigrated to this country about 20 years ago. When last heard from he was at Stoney Point, state of Virginia. Any information respecting him will be thanklully received by his brother, Andrew Mead, addressed to the care of the Editor of the Pilot. my3t) Of GARRET MEAD and HANNAH MEAD (otherwise O’Brien) formerly of the parish of Castielyons, county Cork. When last heard from they were both in Mobile, Alabama, about 2 years ago. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their brother, Andrew Mead, addressed to him in care of the Editor ol the ...

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British Parliament. HOUSE OF COMMONS, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

British Parliament. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MR. SMITH O’BRIEN. Friday, May I. Mr. E. B. Roche said, it appeared that his friend the hon. member for Limerick, who was now kept in durance vile by the house, complained that he (Mr. Roche) had misunderstood him in w hat he had stated last night. Therefore, injustice to that hon. member and to himself also, he hoped the house would permit him to read, without comment, a letter he had received from his hon. friend (cheers.) It was as follows: “House of Commons Prison, > May 1, 1848. ) My dear Roche —l shall feel much obliged if you will explain to the house this evening that you were under a misconception when you stated yesterday that I complained that no opportunity had been afforded to me of speaking in my own defence. On the contrary, I cheerfully acknowledge that such an opportunity was offered, and that 1 declined to avail myself of it. I was very anxious to have spoken yesterday', because I do not think that my case was fairly...

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