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FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. The following is an extract from a letter of the 17th of May, received by Daniel Crowley, Esq., of East Boston. It was written at Point Isabel, on the head of a drum, by an Irishman who,not knowing how long he has to live, desires his friends in Boston, if he shall be killed, to write home word to his mother. The extract exhibits the spirit of the brave fellows who are defending our borders, and asserting the honor of our army:— Sir, —There is nothing strange here today, as it is Sunday; but to-morrow, if God is on our side, we expect to put the enemy 1500 strong, to flight. Already we have licked them twice: we had a fight the 9th and 10th; both days put them to rout with great slaughter, taking 900 stand of small arms, nine field pieces, one thousand head of cattle, and some prisoners, in fact, every thing that was in their camp. Their head general was taken, and sent to New Orleans. The enemy’s loss is estimated to be 800 killed and wounded; our loss is 100 ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

NOTICES OP BOOKS. The United States Catholic Magazine, for June, is embellished with a representation ofthe Council of Baltimore. The design of the publisher is to give to distant friends an idea of the must magnificent, and to Catholics, most interesting spectacle that has been presented on the American continent. The merit of the artist is in the general representation, he has not attempted to give individual likenesses. • Poverty, its illegal causes and legal cure. Part I.—By Lysandeii Spooner. Boston: Marsh,Coruhill. This is a philosophical enquiry, chiefly on the relations of debtor and creditor; and cannot fail to be interesting in a country like this where the people are required to legislate for themselves and where poverty is universally abhorred. Weekly Chronotype. The Daily Chronotype is the smartest little paper in Boston, nearly the smartest we ever saw. So admirably printed, so trim and neat in its appearance, and so full of lively little paragraphs, it looks like the ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

Repeal receipts. The following contributors were omitted in our last report of the Repeal proceedings:— J Casey 25; H O’Brien 12; A Friend 25 Mrs H O’Brien Mooney*!'5(1 1,artllel A Friend 25; John Foley 12; Mr n Af E PJA L t NOTICE is hereby given to the Collectors of the O 1 latterly F mid, that the business of the same will be brought to a final close on the loth June, when they are requested to meet at Con’s Merchants’ Exchange Hotel, at 2 o clock, and give in their final report. 1 ercrde ‘> S. J. ROGERS, Sec. RECEIPTS. Philadelphia, T. Lynch $1«9 North Bennington,Vt, $• 1 'j artl 1 11Ms > J.McClintock 2.oO; John 1,ll »!“‘ l\ E - Gillin o Bangor, Me, Rev. Mr. O'Sullivan Express 25.45, for books Yarmouth, N.fe, Rev. John Carinody 2.50 Fort Gratiot, Mich, P. Hwyer 2—-—Lastport, Me, M. Graham 1; p. McUuirk 1 -—-St. Andrew, N.B, Rev. Charles McDonald 3; Charles Bradley 4 Eastport, Me, Rev. Mr. Boyce 2.50 — Providence, R.l, J. Ar il. Rowe7.9j Truego,Mich, James B...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

Fl> APSCOTT’S GENERAL emigration of--l FILES, 7 5 South street, corner ot Maiden Lane, New York, and 06 Waterloo Road, Liverpool. Arrangernentsjor 1846. In culling attention to their arrangements'tor 1a46, the subscribers cannot but express the pleasure they feel in acknowledging the unexampled success they have met with during the past year, and beg to assure their friends and the public of the United States and Canada, that the same untiring industry and marked attention to the comfort of those entrusted to their care tor the purpose of being conveyed across the Atlantic, which have gained tor their House such wide spread popularity will be their constant study to sustain. The Lines for which the subscribers are Agents consists of the New Line or Lives pool Packets, viz: Hr ken or the Wlkt, (new\ 1250 tons burthen, Capt. T. Woodhouse, sails from New York, Jan 21st, May Flat, Sept 21st; from Liverpool, Mart'll kill, July litli, Nov 6tn. SHERIDAN, 11U0 tons, Copt. G. B. C...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

Roche, brothers & co/s arrange .VENTS FOR 18-Hi Rimittanccs to, and Pas sage to and from Great Britain and Ireland, by the “Black Bail, or Old Lint cj Liverjiool Packets,”sailing from New iork and Liverpool on the Lsf and 1 \>th oj' every month. And by First Class American Ships, sailing weekly. Persons sending to the “Old Country” tor their Friends, can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them brought out in any of the Eight Ships comprising the Ulack Hall, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, ‘sailing from Liverpool on the Ist and 16th of every month,) also by First Class Ships, sailing from that port weekly, which our Agents, Mfissns. James D. Rocue A Cos there will see are sent out without delay. Should those sent for not come out, the Money will be refunded without any deduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the ibllowing magnificent ships, and will sail from Liverpol on their regular appointed days, a...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

f&rU'L.IAMS & Gl'lOX’ v PASSAGE OFFICE. ARRA 1840. Passage from Great Britaii Subscribers beg leave to inform thosi ins for their friends, that they have arrangements tortile year 1646, for bri trom England, Ireland, and Scotlai manner, and on the most reasonable i packets, sailing every five days throtts by other first class American ships, most experienced masters in the trt port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will attei embarkation of all passengers engag and at their agencies. They are deli ther money nor expense to promote t venience of their passengers; and to < into effect, they wish to anuounce their office will reside in Liverpool the purpose of forwarding the passeni on their arriving at that port, which sibilityofdelayor expense that entigr that place. When persons sent for tie full amount paid for their passage, wi diately. With these superior arrangements mvov oupvi ivi Ul 1 ailftt tilt IH.a to give every satisfaction, they hope...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

WILLIAM lil informs liis friends s lie can furnish the Carnages, us cheap as any other in shortest notice, by applying at nis sta liostou All orders punctually attend _ . E. Kli CkE ry.i c^ yj - G ■—.-U-* 1 * BRl'l'A. RLE CUTLERY, SOLAR LAME tec, No. B4U Washington street, Bi DANIEL. Ml KTAtiH No. 104 Ann street, corner of (. respectfully informs his friends i keeps constantly on handugood; Caps, which he will sell wholesale ai they can he purchased in the city. A Stocks, Gloves, Umbrellas, Sec. THE SCRSCKIREIiI their friends and the public have opened Store No. 40 the Stone Chapel, Boston, w descriptions of cooking, parlor and stu approved patterns. Furnaces and Ra sortment of Grates, with summer bio Planished and Block Tin Ware of evt ter’s cutlery and furnishing goods gi will be sold as low as at any other < city. W. J N. B. Builders would do well toe assortment, before purchasing elsewh Michael woods, mai STUNE MANUFACTOR Y, C Sharp’s Meeting-house.) Monument pieces, ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 6 June 1846

JOHN HER DM AM & CO.'S Old Established i idted States and Or tat Hritain and Ireland EMIGRANT PASSAGE Ob I ICE, Mo. t> I Soiilh street, New Y ork. HERDMAN, KEENAN & CO., Liverpool. Aud by their Boston Agent, MR. MICHAEL MOONEY, at the Catholic Bookstore, Federal street,—the sure good old stand. Passage to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool anti London, by the regular packet ships, sailing on the Ist, Pth, lltli, luth, List, and Loth ol each month to and from Liverpoo, and to auu from London on the Ist, 10th, and 20th of each month. The Liverpool United Line is comprised of the following superior ships: SHIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. Independence, Allen, 750 Henry Clay, Mye, 1300 Waterloo, Allen, IuOU Eidelia, Huckstaff, 1000 IloKinguer, Bitrsley, 953 Roscius, EldrWge, 1031 Europe, Burlier, 030 Ashburton, Low land, 1000 John B.Skiddy,Skiuuy, 9bo Mew York, Cropper, bbO Siddons, Cobb, b 95 Liverpool, Eldridge, 1017 Shenan...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

BOSTON PILOT. PaATRICK DOXA HOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT- LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. •a ( OFFICE, > < No. 1, SritiNO Lane. > $2.50::::1it Nuance. Boston, S«turt»an, Suite 13, ISSG. llolumc 0::::No. 25.

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ORIGINAL. LINES [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

ORIGINAL. LINES BY J. B. We have pruned the following verses a little, but not so as essentially to alter the original. We give it to the public as The work of an unlettered Irish peasant; and we challenge comparison with it in the productions of a native of any qtlier country, similarly untaught. We maintain that the dignity and beauty of the fk&jtights, the force of the expressions, andilfven the free, rude harmony of the numbers, are such as to indicate a high point of civilization, among the poorest and most neglected of our exiled countrymen, and a point which the masses in more favored nations have yet to reach. Such effusions are the best means of giving the lie to all that vulgar talk about Irish barbarism. An Irish Peasant addressing his Native Land. I trust, dear Erin! ’lis for thee decreed No more to feel the lash, no more to bleed; That o’er thy Savon foe thou wilt prevail, And the cursed Union, now at length, repeal. Long donned and dragged behind the tyrant...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

Scraps. Here is a parody on the well-known song of the “Troubadour;” — Gaily the editor Smoked his ci^ar, While he was scissoring News near and far— Looking for murders dire, Items or puffs; Devil say—devtl say— Ain't that enough! The number of German emigrants on their way to the Atlantic ports this season has been estimated at 30,000. Shearing Sheep, in New England,should lie delayed till the first of .June, on account of cold storms that prevail occasionally in May. One Hundred Fifty-nine Lawyers Admitted to Practice. In the Supreme Court in this city r , 16th inst. seventy three Counsellors and eighty-six attorneys were admitted to practice.— N. Y. Sun. All our experience goes to show that a person who can live in this world without suffering slander must be too stupid or insignificant to claim attention. The North Wales Chronicle states that a preacher, Hangar during a sermon on temperance, the other day exclaimed, ‘l’d rather see my daughter washing the floor of hell, if there...

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EXTRACTS, FROM LETTERS WRITTEN FROM ROME DURING THE YEARS 184—. NUMBER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

EXTRACTS, FROM LETTERS WRITTEN FROM ROME DURING THE YEARS 184 —. NUMBER VIII. August llth. Ho tv many times I have wished to-day that you could have been with me, and witnessed what I did. It was- a public defence in Theology, made at the College of the Propaganda by a young American student, an aspirant for the cap of a Doctor of Divinity. In our country we have no idea whatever of a disputation of this kind. The only species of a public dispute that I had ever listened to at home was what in Harvard University used to be called a forensic disputation—the most dry and irksome of all spiritless compositions—put together by foolish boys who think themselves wise, commited to memory, and declaimed with mawkish affectation, somewhat in the manner of a lamb bleating. Our young American published a programme of the principal points that he was prepared to defend. These comprised all the principles of the Catholic faith, and many of the most difficult and abstruse questions in Theology, a...

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TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

TEMPERANCE. JADON. Written for the Pilot. Temperance, how inspiring is the sound of that glorious word ! What confidence and serenity, and self-reliance it ditfuses through the soul of man ! How supremely happy is that man’s fate, upon whom intemperance never shed its baleful influences; in whose mansion the hideous monster never dwelt, and whose family are passing through life unscathed, and untainted by the foul touch of the subtle fiend, whose loathsome presence, more infectious and destructive than the plague, never appears without its accompanying horrors—poverty, and woe, and despair, and death. Aye, thrice happy is his lot : serene and peaceful, indeed, must be his mind.—But, alas ! how few there are of his description ; few, upon whom intemperance either directly or indirectly has not left its fearfully unmistakeable traces. Look at yonder pale and careworn woman, every lineament of whose once lovely countenance is marked by a deep, corroding melancholy, indicative of a brea...

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Source: Boston College
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NAPOLEON'S CONVERSATION WITH GENERAL BERTRAND, AT ST. HELENA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

NAPOLEON'S CONVERSATION WITH GENERAL BERTRAND, AT ST. HELENA. • “True, Christ offers to our faith a series of mysteries. He commands authoritatively to believe, and gives no other reason than his awful word 1 am God. True, this is an article of mere faith, and upon it depend all the other articles of the Christian system; but the doctrine of the divinity of Christ once admitted, and Christianity appears with the precision and clearness of algebra; it has the connectedness and unity of a science. This doctrine resting upon the Bible, best explains the traditions prevalent in the world. It throws light upon them; and all the other doctrines of Chistianity are strictly connected with it, as links of the same chain. The nature of Christ’s existence is mysterious, I admit; but this mystery meets the want of man—reject it, and the world is an inexplicable riddle—believe it, and the history of our race is satisfactorily explained. Christianity has one advantage over all systems of philosop...

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LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The weekly meeting was held on Monday 11th ult., in Conciliation Hall. The j chair was taken amidst loud cheers by Daniel O’Connell, jun., Esq. The Chairman said—l do not mean to detain you, gentlemen, from the business of the day, further than merely to return you thanks for the honor you have conferred on me, and to say that on my return from a forced absense from my native country, it is the highest honor which for the moment could be done me (cheers), j Mr. Ray read the minutes of the last meeting, which were confirmed. Mr. T. F. Meagher handed in several sums from different parts of England, and spoke of O’Brien. Feeble, as the resolu-j sion of last Monday was, 1 trust, however ! that it somewhat cheered the noble heart to the stern truth and gallant daring of. which it was offered as a slight tribute. { Hemmed in by the walls of an English prison; breathing not the air of his own country, hut of that city in which our no- ; hies are dishonore...

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IMPRISONMENT OF OBRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

IMPRISONMENT OF OBRIEN. To the Editor of the London Morning Chronicle: Sir —The imprisonment of William S. O’Brien, under the warrant of the Speaker of the House of Commons, brings once again before the public the vexata questio of “privilege.” Being desirous not to embarrass, by the introduction of any collateral discussion, the constitutional question involved in the imprisonment of one of the representatives of the people without trial, unaccused of crime, or of the breach of any recognised law, I will refrain from all reference to the international question raised by Mr. O’Brien’s refusal to acquiesce in the claim of the majority of the Commons of the Imperial Parliament to enforce obedience to its</*cfo from the representatives of Ireland. I hold, with Mr. O’Brien, that the Commons ut VV estminster has not the coercive power it claims. It has not been given to it bystatute, and the Act of Union is of too recent a date to allow even the most abject votaries of “privil...

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For the Pilot. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

For the Pilot. A TEEROTALER. Mr. Editor,— In the article written by me and published in the Pilot of the 23d ult., I set forth three distinct charges preferred against the Irish character by a gentleman in a temperance address, delivered before Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society, and calling on him to prove said charges, or otherwise retract them; but instead of doing either in the succeeding number of your paper, the gentleman accuses me, either through stupidity or malevolence, of misrepresenting him; and in consequence of which deems me unworthy of common courtesy, much less the retraction claimed. The.first charge he very ingeniously strives to evade, by dividing five into sixty, and thereby reducing the number of children who died last year from sixty-one per cent, to twelve per cent. That it might have been the meaning he wished to convey, I will not deny; but his unqualified expression was sixtyone per cent., and his remarks at the conclusion of this sentence would lead a...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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SANDWICH ISLAND MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 13 June 1846

SANDWICH ISLAND MISSIONARIES. We are indebted to “the People’s Paper” of Cincinnati, for the following extracts, which no doubt will be read with great interest. It presents to us the lady :of a modern Apostle under very affecting circumstances, and we may easily imagine that those benighted heathens find some difficulty in saying: “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring the gospel.” Missionary Equipage. Melville in his Marquesas, frequently came across missionaries. Here is what he says about their equipage: “Not until I visited Honolula was I aware of the fact, that the small remnant of the natives had been civilized into draught-horses, and evangelized into beasts of burden. Hut so it is. They have been literally broken into the traces, and are harnessed into the vehicles of their Spiritual instructors like so many dumb brutes. “Among the multitude of similar exhibitions that I saw, I shall never forget a robust, red faced, and very lady-like personage, a missionary’s wife...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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