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DR. BUSHNELL’S LETTER TO THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

DR. BUSHNELL’S LETTER TO THE POPE. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, MAY SO, 184 G. This is a manifesto of the Christian Alliance; and we accept it cordially as an exponent of the purpose and character of that body, and a sample of its operations. Natural History is a very interesting and attractive study; to make oneself acquainted with all those dumb things which God has created, to watch their ways, and find out the natures of the beasts is quite amusing. It is also very useful to arrange them in classes according to the structure of their teeth and the shape of their claws or hoofs; for then we know which of them live by prey, and would devour us, if they durst, and which of them only eat grass; we also learn to distinguish those reptiles whose bite is dangerous, and those creatures which are liable to hydrophobia, and are, on that account to be carefully avoided, when they present certain symptoms. There is something very like all this in the study of mankind. There are so many strange beas...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE NATION WE CANNOT SUBDUE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

THE NATION WE CANNOT SUBDUE. The facetious Punch has suggested, after his own manner, a mode of dealing with Ireland which would be much more likely to prove effectual than Algerine acts or Curfew clauses, and he tells some home truths too in the following versification : We beat Hyder Ali, we conquer’d Tippoo, We vanquish’d Napoleon at famed Waterloo; We defended the Burmans,the Afghans we quell’d’ And John Chinaman into submission compelled. The Sikhs we o’erthrew; in victorious fray, on Thy field, Aliwal, and the plain of Sobraon; But, for all that we English endeavour or do, “There’s one obstinate nation we cannot subdue.” All opponents beside to Britannia have knelt, But we cannot control the refractory Celt. Still by turbulent Ireland our power is defied— Oh that spoke in our wheel —oh that thorn in our side! If to tame her we’ve failed, it has certainly not Been for want of the bayonet, or powder and shot, May it not then be likely, our course has been wrong,’ In not “ drawin...

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

WASHINGTON, ALPHA. Mat 22d, 1846. JVar with Mexico—Cabinet Council—attendance of Bishop Hughes—Catholic Chaplains appointed to the Army—the Bishop of Nashville, <§'C. The Oregon fever has passed away from the public mind like a dream of night, and that great question, which hut a few weeks ago w as so full of interest and excitement, is now regarded as “among the things that were.” Another star is now in the ascendant and to it all eyes are attracted. Nought is now heard but war and Mexico, and Mexico and war. Everything smells of bloodshed and gunpowder; and some of the members of Congress are so fiery upon the subject, that it is thought they will give up their seats, and enlist as privates in some of numerous volunteer companies, which are now forming to swallow up the Mexicans! The martial spirit is aroused in our city, and the far fumed gold and jewelry of the Mexicans are already glistening before the eyes of many an aspirant for military fame in our metropolis. A r...

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

AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS. “An Irish Protestant ” shall be beard if he will send us his name. He may rest assured, however, that the statement in relation to the “ man of intelligence” is correct.— It is disgraceful to our Protestant fellow-countrymen to patronize or countenance the exclusiveness carried on in the “ Protestant intelligence office.” The friendless emigrant, be he Catholic or Protestant, shall always find iu us au advocate. TT There is a sweet poetess in Worcester who has not attuned her lyre for many years. One poem from her pen would Be worth a bushel basket full of some of the trash we receive. Dr. McMahon's communication in our next. TT A mistake having occurred in the publication of the Bishops’ name s in the Catholic Herald, we would state that lue login Rev. Bishop Fitzpatrick, was born November Ist, 1812, and was consecrated Bishop of Callipolis. Portland, Me. Our subscribers here may rest assured that the Pilot is forwarded regularly to them. We tear there is...

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

SACRED CONCERT. A Concert of Sacred Music will be given in the German Church, Suffolk street, on Sunday (to-morrow) evening, for the purpose of defraying the debts incurred in its erection. The Concert will he under the direction of Mr. C. Plagge. The best musical talent in the city is engaged, and a rich treat may be anticipated. It is to be hoped that the Catholics of Boston will not be backward in assisting their German brethren on this occasiou. Tickets 25 cents, can be had at P. Mooney’s and at P. Donahoe’s bookstores, and at the door on the evening of performance. Concert to commence at to 9 o’clock. Anniversary Week, has passed off tolerably well among our Protestant brethren. From the reports we have seen we should judge that the Pope was not so universally abused as on former occasions. We may account for this, perhaps, by the war fever, at present raging in this country.

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

RELIEF FOR IRELAND. At a large and respectable meeting held at Gori’s Merchants’ Exchange Hotel, on Wednesday evening, 2d inst, of the Committee amrContributors to the Relief Fund (which was originally proposed and carried out by the late lamented Dr. Thomas J. O’Flaherty) for the aid of the suffering people of Ireland, who are now threatened with all the horrors of famine, as was predicted at the original meeting in -Decern-: her last, it was Resolved, umtmmously, to transmit the Funds now in the hands of the Treasurer, Daniel Crowley, li«q, by the Steamer of the Ist June, to AncitniSHoq McHm.b a.id Wa. Smith O’Urikn, who are to be instructed to act a* trustees for the distribution of the same, without distinction of Creed or Province, agreeable to the spirit of the Resolution* passed ut the meeting on thebth December Inst. Resolved, That letters be sent, ami copies ol the fordoing resolution, together with those passed at the original niueling, to Auciicisuoi’ MUIaLE and Wm Si.nu ...

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

REVIEW. A "lance at Home in the Light of Documentary Evidence; a discourse delivered at South Newmarket, N. H., on Fast Day, April 2, ltU6, by Rev. Preston Pond. Rand, iioston. We have been meddling with religious matters a good deal of late, stepping out of our way to report Dr. Beecher, and take up the challenges of the Christian Alliance. And it has been objected to us, besides, that we are all on the one side, and, instead of preserving the character of a political miscellany, have become an organ of the Church of Rome. We suppose it wa9 to test our impartiality, and bring out the cloven foot of Popery under a mask, that some designing individual, the other day, handed into our office this desperate lounge at Protestantism. Probably he thought we could not conceal our delight to see the Protestant religion thus wounded in the house of her friends, and bleeding from a blow rendered doubly dangerous by the treacherous and Judas-like appearance of friendship with which it is inflic...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

NOTICES OF BOOKS. Report on the Irish Coercion Bill, the cause of discontent in Ireland, condition of the people, comparative criminality with England, &c.— By 1. M. Uav, Esq., of tlie Loyal National Repeal Association ot Ireland. Dublin: IMG. It will be seen by our report of the Boston Repeal Association this week, that this document was intended for circulation among Repeulers, and was forwarded to this city, as well as other places, by the Secretary of Dublin, for that purpose. But, by some mistake, or neglect of conveyance, the copies sent to Boston were not delivered to Mr. James. This pamphlet presents the Report in an elegant form, with a table of contents to facilitate reference. Valentine McClutchy, the Irish agent, or chronicles of the Castle Cumber property,—By William Citrleton. sadlier. New York: 184>. This is a cheap edition of “Carleton’s great national work,” brought out by those enterprising publishers, D. & J. Sadlier, of Gold St....

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

(□’Repeal Wardens elected at the last meeting of the Association:— Ward 1.—John Nugent, Chairman, Bernard M’Cary, William GilL Nicholas Keelan. Win Hughes. Ward 2.—Edward M’Oonnellogue, Chairman, Michael Cleary, Hugh M’Guire, Mr. Toomey, Bryan Martin. Ward 3.—John B. Harvey, Chairman, Jus M’DonoughJohn Shields, Thomas Mooney, Michael M’Cann. Ward 4.—Daniel M’lntire, Chairman, Thomas O’Neill, Patrick Hennessey. Hugh Cummiskey, Daniel Crowley. Ward 5.—Patrick Sullivan, Chairman, Maurice Dee, Daniel Keeffe, Thomas Farrey, Florence McCarthy. Ward 6.—Andrew Cassidy, Chairman, Tl*>s Ryan, Will Daly, Tlios M’Cafferty. Ward 7.—Michael Canny, Chairman, Janies M’Farland, Francis O’Brien, Win Keating, Thos Dagney. Warddi.—Nicholas Hatch, Chairman, Patrick Perkins, Win Coughlin, John Hogan, Patrick M’Laughlin. Ward a.—Patrick Donahue, Chairman, John Stuart, Patrick Barnet, James Tent, Patrick Franey. Ward 10. —Pejer M’Goorty, Chairman, Richard Plunket, Win Daly, Edward Leary, 1'hos P...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

Roche, brothers a MEATS FOR 1840 Ru sage to trial from Great Britain and Rail, or Old Line oj Liverpool I‘acki York and Liverpool on the Ist and And by First Class American Ships , Persons sending to tile “Old Com can make the necessary arrangemen ami have them brought out in any o prising the Black Bull, or Old Line (sailing from Liverpool on the Ist an also by First Class Ships, sailing which our Agents, Messrs. Ja> there will see are sent out w ithout i Should those sent for not come ou (laded without any deduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Li' prise the following magnificent sliii Liverpol on their regular appointed The FIDELIA, ou Ist Jan. EUROPE, 16th “ NEW YORK, Ist Feb. AMERICAN, liitli “ YORKSHIRE, Ist Mar. CAMBRIDGE, loth “ OXFORD, Ist April. MONTEZUMA. Kith “ Notice. It is well known that the very best conveyance for per: friends, and as other Passenger Ai out passengers by that Line, the Pul titled by order of the OWNERS thi but ROCHE, BROTHERS &...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

TUPSCOTT’S general FICES, ~ it South street, cor New York, and 90 Waterloo Koad, merits for I S-10. Iu calling attei meats tor 1646, tlie subscribers cai pleasure they teel in acknowledging cess they have met with during tlie assure their friends and the public of Canada, that the same untiring indue lion to the comfort of those eutrustei purpose of being conveyed across the gained for their House such wide spr their constant study to sustain. Tin subscribers arc Agents consists of tin tin root. Packets, via: Qi een of the West, (newt, 12 P. Woodhouse, snils from New 1 url Sept 21sl; from Liverpool, March nth Sheridan, lllHl tons, Capt. G. H. C Jan 26tli, May 26th, Sept 26th; from I July Uth, Nov lltlt. Rochester, IUU) tons, Capt. Joht York l-'eb 21st, June 21st, Oct 21st; 1 6th, Aug 6th, Dec 6th. Garrick, 1100 tons. Cajd. B. J. H. Feb 26th, June 26tli, Oct 26th; from 1 Aug Uth, Dec Uth. Hottinguer, 1150 tons, Capt. Ira 1 March 21st, July 21st, Nov 21st; from Scut 6th, Jan 6th. Rosc...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

WILLIAMS A GLION PASSAGE OFFICE. ARH. 1 84G. Passant from Great britai Subscribers beg leave to inform tlio« ill* for their friends, that they have arrangements for the year lwu, for tn from England, Ireland, and Sooth manner, and on the most reasonable packets, sailing every five days throi by other first class American ships most experienced masters in the ti port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will atte embarkation of all passengers enga and at their agencies. They are tie tiler money nor expense to promote venieuce of their passengers; and to into effect, they wish to announce their oltice will reside in Liverpool the purpose of forwarding the passei on their arriving at that port, which sibilitvofdclayor expense that emig that place. When persoussent ford lull amount paid for their passage, w diately. With these superior arrangements to give every satisfaction, they hope that business which has been so libel for past years. REMITTANCE Drafts for any amount, at sight, pi ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

WILLIAM B informs his friends he can furnish tli U.u i iu-cs, us cheap as any other in shortest notice, by applying tit his sti Boston All orders punctually atteni |l C CHlNAifi BRUT A BLE CUTLER*, SOLAR LAM I tec, No. .i4u Washington street, B DANIEL MURTAGH No. 104 Ann street, corner of I respectfully informs his friends keeps constantly on hundagood Caps, which he will sell wholesale a they can he purchased ill the city. A Stocks, Cloves, Umbrellas, <kc. i ~ K sc usC Kl BEK their friends and the public have opened Store No. 40 . the Stone Chapel, Boston, v descriptions of cooking, parlor and st< approved patterns. Furnaces and ltr sortment of Crates, with summer bit Planished and Block Tin Ware of ev ter’s cutlery and furnishing goods g will be sold as low as at any other city. W. i N. B. Builders would do well to ( assortment, before purchasing elscwl Michael woods, ma STONE MANUFACTORY, t Sharp’s Meeting-house.) Monument pieces. Table-tops, Gravestones, Ac...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 30 May 1846

J OHN HERDMAiN X CC United states and Great Brita GRANT PASSAGE OJb EWE, N New \ork. HERDMAN, KEENA And by their Boston Agent, hilt. Ml at the Catholic Bookstore, Federal old stand. Passage to and from Great Britain erpool and London, by the regular in the Ist, 6th, 11th, lath, 2lst, and 26th from Liveruoo, and to and from Lc and 2bth ol each moiith. The Live comprised of the following superior SHU'S. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHU Independence, Allen, 1H) Henry Waterloo, Allen, IUUO Fidelia Hottinguer, Bursley, 993 Hosciu Europe, Furber, 6JU Aslibni Johnß.!skiddy,Skiddy, kbO New 1 Siddons, Cobb, blij Livery Shenandoah, West, bUO Yorks Sheridan, Coltish, b!is Climb Patrick Heoiy, Delano, b»l Virgin Hochesier, Britton, 11.) O.xfort Garrick, Trask, bbj Monte: Stephen Whitney, Tliompsou, bt Queen of the West, Woodhouse, lit The Commercial Line is comprise) which will be despatched from Livt year, in regular succession-. SHIPS. CAPTAINS. Sill Sea. Edwards, Cabot; St. George, Ferris, Rapah Southern...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

BOSTONPILOT. PATRICK DOXAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT- LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRVS, AND TRUTH'S. < OFFICE, I I No. 1, Snu.NO Lane. ) 52.3d::::3n fio s ton, 0 at urban.' 3unc 6, IS 46. llohune 0::::3iij. 23.

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THE PEAL OF ANOTHER TRUMPET. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

THE PEAL OF ANOTHER TRUMPET. J. C. M. “ Irlande, Irlande, re.iouis-toi! I’oitr toi l’heure de vengiuueeest souriee. Top trihnn prepare tudelivrance.” — Fmlu the''Berniers Mots” of Mdlle. Louonnaml, the celebrated French Pythoness. I. Yotithsof Ireland, patriots, friends! Know ye what shall be vour course When the storm that now impends Shall come down in all its force? Glance around you! You behold How the horizon of the Time Hourly wears a duskier hue. From all else await we bold Bearmg, and Resolve sublime— Youths of Ireland what trom you? ii. Will you bide irresolute? Will you stand with folded arms, Purposeless, disheartened, mute, As men hopeless of escape, Till the wildest, worst alarms Of your souls take giant shape? Are you dastards? Are you dolts? Irishmen! shall you be seen With white bps and faltering mien, Wlten all earth—when heaven above, Torn by thousand thunderbolts, Rocks and reels which way you move? in. Oh, no! no!—forfend it Heaven! Such debasement cannot be! Pil...

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SMITH O'BRIEN AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

SMITH O'BRIEN AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. From our llk-s tiy the Great Britain. Before the following letter reached Limerick, the constituents of Mr. O’Brien had manfully, and right heartily, pronounced their unqualified approval of his conduct, and their entire concurrence in every thing he had done. The men of Limerick have proved themselves worthy of their reprerentative —no higher praise could be accorded to them or to him:— TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE COUNTY LIMERICK. “I address this letter to you in explanation of the circumstances which, resulting in my imprisonment, have deprived you of the services of your representative. “Convinced by long observation and experience, and confirmed in such conviction by the occurrence of many millions of iny fellow-countrymen, as well as of a very large majority of my constituents, I felt myself compelled, in the year 1848, to abandon for ever all hope of obtaining wise and beneficial legislation for Ireland from the British Parliament. “Entertaini...

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MR. DILLON BROWNE—THE COMMITTEE OF SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

MR. DILLON BROWNE—THE COMMITTEE OF SELECTION. The Committee of Selection having succeeded, partly by the dexterous and unparliamentary incivilty of its chairman, in incarcerating the lion, member for Limerick, has now cast its net to intermesh the hon. member for Mayo, Mr. Dillon Browne. The following letter has been addressed on the part of the committee to the hon. gentleman:— " House of Commons, May 1. “ Sir—l am directed by the Committee of Selection to inform you that your name is on the list from which members will be selected to sejwe on railway committees, which will commence their sittings in the week beginning the 4th of May, during which week it will be necessary for you to be in attendance for the purpose of serving, if required, on railway committees. “ Due notice will be given to you should you be nominated on any committee. I am, Sir, your obedient servant, “ Henry H. Creed. “ Robert Dillon Browne, Esq., M.P.” To this the member for Mayo has replied as follows: “ Refo...

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