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Important Criminal Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Important Criminal Statistics. We have received tho annual report of the Commissioners of the Illinois State Penitentiary, from which we learn that there are 3258 books in the prison library, anil of these no less than 2142 ai - e Bibles! This leaves 1086 books that are not Bibles. The average number of inmates is about 1320; and it is a gratifying reflection that if these wretched criminals cannot have a secular hook apiece, they can each have nearly two Bibles. The chaplain says in his report, “Here many have learned to love the Lord.” Poor fellows!

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Is This Fair [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Is This Fair ‘ * Were I Protestant, as I once was,—but God be praised am no longer,—l should blush to appeal against Popery to any other arguments than Scripture and reason.” j So writes Dr. O. A. Brownson, in an essay | on Native Americanism. | The Christian Lira evidently holds to a | different principle, and appeals against Popery in a way of its own. Its last number has an article from which we extract the following : Archbishop 3lanniug, in a recent address in Sheffield, declared that he was first a Romanist, and then an Englishman. His loyalty to his country would be subordinated to liis loyalty‘to the Pope. 3lr. O. A. Brownson has recently enunciated a similar doctrine as to his republicanism. Both gentlemen are sincere, and both are l logical. If a man believes thafthe Pope of Rome is the Vicar of Christ, and is infallible, we do not see bow be can consistently refuse to put him iar above all potentates, kings, and governments. Manning and Brownson are consistent Romanists; ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Lectures. On Sunday evening, 3lureh, 2. 3lr. D. R. Sheridan deiivered an able and interesting lecture in the hall of St. Louis’ Church. Webster. Mass., The subject—“ Woman in History.” The audience was large, and listened with uninterrupted attention. On Sunday evening, 3tarch 2, 3lr. J. J. Kelly delivered a lecture at Institute Hall, East Cambridge, in aid of the Carney Hos- ! pital Fair, on the subject of—‘ * The Celt and his Traducers.” It was listened to with interest and warm appreciation. J. W. O’Brien, of New York, has published in pamphlet form Wendell Phillips’great lecture on “Daniel O’Connell.” Every Irishman should read it.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Inspection of Convents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Inspection of Convents. The Freeman's London correspondent writes‘ In accordance with the arrangement with which I acquainted you some days ago, the Irish Catholic members mustered in strong force Feb. 14, in order to defeat Mr. Newilcgaie’s motion to re-intro-duce his Bill for appoint in"jan Inquisitorial Commission upon 31onastic aud Conventual Institutions in Great Britain.” Attention is called to the advertisement of Boots and Shoes at Byrnes & Kelly’s store, which will be found in this week’s paper. They will undoubtedly give good satisfaction.

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Source: Boston College
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St. Patrick and the Knight; ON. The Inauguration of Irish Chivalry. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

St. Patrick and the Knight; ON. The Inauguration of Irish Chivalry. BY AUBREY DE VERB. • • Thou slialt not be a Priestlie said; Clsrjst has for thee a lowlier task: Be thou Ills Soldier! Wear with dread His Cross upon thy shield and casque! Put on God’s armor", faithful knight! Mercy with justice, love with law; Nor e’er except for truth and right Thy sword, cross-hilted, dare to draw. He spake, and with liis crazier pointed ’Graved on the broad shield’s brazen boss 1 That hour baptized, confirmed, anointed Stood Krin’.s chivalry) the Cross; A nd there was heard a whisper low—k Pt'tuce of God’s armies, was it thine? Thou sword, keep pure thy virgin vow. Aud trenchant shall thou be as mine!"

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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A Shocking Story. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

A Shocking Story. The A . I. Tribune ol March 3rd contained a sad and shocking story, properly entitled ‘ ‘ Justice without Heart.” it was an article of nearly three columns, remarkably well-written, furnished by a young man who has undergone six months’ imprisonment on Blackwell’s Island Penltentiarv. The writer first describes the fa*’ce of trial granted to a moneyless, friendless man in the criminal of New York; and gives a sickening picture of the police-sta-tion cells and associations. Then he passes on to “ The Island.” We have not space to dwell on the disgusting formalities of ‘ * receiving ” fresh convicts at the Penitentiary. The first thing which this intelligent convict dwells on strongly is the want of a system of classification; which, he says, with the knowledge of the prison officers with regard to re-convicted men, could he easily established. As it is, he declares: The great evil of contamination becomes infectious, and the amateur, if at all predisposed, is initia...

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Source: Boston College
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Shame on New Hampshire, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Shame on New Hampshire, There is a law to-day in New Hampshire which declarer that no one hut a Protestant can hold State or municipal office. The Catholics of the State have been growing of late, and we expect to see them turn protestant against this absurd and bigoted statute. We have spoken lately to some New Hampshire Catholics, and they have said that, to a degree, the law was practically annulled, and that it was best to let it die and bo forgotten. Not so: the law }s a standing insult to them as respectable citizens: and it is a shameful reproach to the descendants of the narrow-minded framers of the Constitution. It must be wiped off. It is opposed to the National Constitution. It is un-American. Let the Catholics of New Hampshire convene and protest, and they will have the support of every intelligent, large-minded man in the country—no matter what his religion. Here is what the Golden Age says of the matter: A pood (leal of talkisjiolug ou in New Hampshire ip favor of a co...

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Source: Boston College
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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Ik our last issue we stated that the lit. Rev. Bishop of Boston, on the conclusion of the Mission in the Cathedral Chapel, had confirmed ’260 children. We should have said 260 persons. Ok Tuesday evening, Feb. 26. a number of the parishioners of the Gate of Heaven Parish, South Boston, presented to the zealous pastor a beautiful set of purple vestments, a gold headed cane and-a gold pencil, as a slight token of their affectionate regard. The presentation was made by Mr. U. B. Cashman; and at the same time a magnificent set of Stations of the Cross was presented to the Church. Father Lamb, of Brookline, Mass, has left for South Carolina to recuperate for a few weeks. Confirmation was administered March 4, in Brookline, Mass., by Rt, Rev. Bishop Williams to 2(50 children—l 33 female and 127 male. Mr. Phet.ax, of the Nevada Senate, has introduced a bill giving $5,000 to the Catholic Orphan Asylum at Virginia. The new hospital of the Sisters of Charity. St. Louis,...

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Source: Boston College
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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Mgr, Losr.nnn, Italy. Monsignor Losanna, Bishop of Biella, and the oldest Italian Bishop, is dead. Rev. 31, McMalicm, Kerry, Ireland. Rev. Martin McMahon, C. C., late Beaufort, Cos. Kerry, died Feb. 12, at hisfatlr er’s residence, within a few miles of Listowel, Itcv. Robert YValsii, Canada. On theSlst of January, last, the Rev. Robert Walsh departed this life, after a very short illness—it is said, inflammation of the brain, originating in a disease of the ear contracted in his youth. He had scarcely reached the 33rd year of his age, and was in the ninth of his priesthood-. Born in Kilkenny, Ireland, in 1840, he, with his father and mother and two sisters, sailed from Cork lor the shores of America in that memorable year, the darkest in the annals of Irish history—the year of fumine and fever —1847! —Toronto Globe. Rev. Father Sallaz, Buffalo, IV. Y. Rev. Father C. J. 31. F. Sallaz, of the Order of Oblates of Mary Immaculate, who for the past three and a half y...

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Source: Boston College
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Father Burke. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Father Burke. In our next issue we shall give a full ieport of a splendid lecture by Father Burke, which the great pressure on our space ha* hitherto prevented us from publishing. It will be read now witli all the greater inf crest, and will sound fo thousands of leaders as an echo of the great departed. %\t fflot BOSTON, MARCH 15, 1873.

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Our Chromo. Persons forming clubs should show the cliromo. Those who see it will subscribe. We request till to he particular iu sending the postage beforehand. AGENTS WANTED. Men and women of intelligence aud business habits can make good wages in canvassing for The Pilot. They must come well recommended by their parish priest. NEW YORK.—Agents wanted to canvass for The I'ii.ot and our Cliromo of Father Burke. PHILADELPHIA.— Agents wanted to canvass for The Pilot and distribute our Cliromo. BALTIMORE.— Agents wanted to canvass for The Pilot and the Chromo. In all tlie Lflig® Cities anti Towns Throughout tlie Country Agents arc wanted to canvass for The Filot and distribute our Chromo. From $5 to §lO a day can be made by active and energetic persons. Canvassers will be furnished with copies of the Cliromo free of expense. Address The Pilot Office, Boston, Mass. Prices of Frames for Father Rnrkc's Cliromo. I>* inch Black Walnut, with 1 Such Gilt Strip inside $3 00 2 inch Bl...

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To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson’s Review. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson’s Review. Mr. Donahoe has been appointed Agent for the New England States for the sale of this truly excellent quarterly , which has just been revived by the author, O. A Brown SON. Subscription price, $5 per annum, in advance. Single numbers, $1 25 per copy. The number for January is now ready. Every intelligent Catholic ought to subscribe. Address PATRICK DONAHOE, Publisher and Bookseller, 300 Washington street, Boston, Mass.

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Bismarck and the Church, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Bismarck and the Church, In our next issue vve shall present our readers with an abstract report of a very able lecture, lately delivered in New York, by the Right Rev. Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, S. C.

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Source: Boston College
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Where We Are to be Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Where We Are to be Found. The Pilot Office and Bookstore, 360 Washington street. Drafts on Ireland, at the Banking Rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, 52 Temple plucc.

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Hail! Glorious Apostle! [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Hail! Glorious Apostle! A Hymn for St. Patrick’s Day, set to Tnusic of the grand old national air of Ireland. Price, 25 cents. By the dozen, $2.

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord si.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. Tlie following sums have been received since our last:— Mar} - Ann Harvey $ 10 00 F. F., Illinois 5 00 Anonymous 5 10 Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said in the Cliapel of the Home for all benefactors, living and dead, and tlie prayers of tlie good Sisters and children daily ascend to heaven for those who contribute to the support of tlie institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Heine. They must bring a recommendation front their parish priest. Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Rev. James A. Healy $lOO 00 Johu McGrath 50 00 Jeremtch J. Lynch 50 00 Persons who have subscribed to the Roll of Honor Will please pay up their subscriptions.at their earliest convenience , to Mb. Don Allot:, or the Superintendent, Mb. B. Cullen. The price of our Chromo of Father Burke to those who do not take The Pilot is $2.50. To those who ...

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A Profitable Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

A Profitable Lecture. Tlie following is a copy of a letter received from Henry James Anderson, esq., President of the New York Catholic Protectory, acknowledging tlie receipt of one thousand and fourteen dollars and thirtyfive cents ($1011.35), being the proceeds of a lecture delivered by ex-Governor Louis E. Lowe, under the auspices of this society, for the benefit of the Catholic Protectory, Westchester County, New York:— N*. Y. Catholic Protectory Office, ( 29 Reade St. , New York , Feb. 7.1873. ( To tlie Officers and Members of tlie St. Joseph’s Literary Society. Gentlemen: —The Board of Managers of the New York Catholic Protectory acknowledge, with heartfelt gratitude, the receipt of one thousand and fourteen dollars and thirty-fice cents. In two sums: one on tlie 2d of December, of $825. the other on the Gtli of February (yesterday), of $189.35, proceeds in full of a lecture delivered, under the auspices of the society, by ex-Governor Louis E. Lowe, for tlie benefit'd the Girl...

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Source: Boston College
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Anglican Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Anglican Orders. The pretcuce of a “ valid priesthood ” in the Anglican Church was only an afterthought, never dreamed of by her founders, never acted upon by her* bishops, till the second halt ot the seventeenth century. Then, ior the first time, they found it expedient to employ against the Dissenters, who had become a power in the land, the arguments which they had scorned when,} irge( L a sainst themselves by the Catholics. Then first arose in the Established Church the doctrine of the invalidity of Presbyterian ordination, it was only when their own supremacy was menaced by tlie newer sects, that a tew Anglican prelates began to talk of the Apostolic succession which during several generations, they had all treated as a jest and a table. It was the Dissenters who first created in the Church of Englandtlie doctrine of the Christian priesthood. The theory ot Laud and his school, introduced by fraud, and sustained by the crafty suppression of Hooker’s seventh hook was the product ...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
OUR NEW YORK LETTER, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER, New York, March 4,1873. This is a fireat Hay for America. You will observe by the date that it is Inauguration Day. and that tbe blessed hoy of | the Galena tannery enters, therefore, on the second term of his Chief Magistracy in accordance with the will of the people as expressed early in November last. Whatever the feelings or prejudices of respectable citizens were before the election, it is curious to observe that every one you meet now-a-days voted for Ulysses, according to his own account, and when it was a question of prophecy before the October elections, he will always recall how he “told you so.” The President is not dead, but we are bound to cry all the same ‘ ‘ Long live the President,” and so I would fllngup my hat if it were not hanging on the rack. Oux’ Nhure of tlie Inaugural Has been of a peculiarly irritating kind. For the past three days, our streets have been paraded by people in uniform with braying bands of music at their head who were on t...

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Source: Boston College
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Regulations for Lent. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Regulations for Lent. The following oflicial regulations for Lent have been published in the respective Dioceses SAN FRANCISCO. 1. All the week days of Lent, from Ash Wednesday till Easter Sunday, are fast days of precept, on one meal, with the 'allowance of a moderate collation. 2. The precept of fasting implies also that «f ab--1 stiuence from the use of flesh meat. Bnt.bydisI peusation, llic use of flesh meat is allowed in this | Diocese during Lent, except on the following | days, to wit: The Wednesdays and Fridays, the I Ember-days, and the Thursday and Saturday of Holy week; ©n which days there is no leave to use flesh meat, except by dispensation from Ihe rei spective pastors, which they are hereby authorized ! to grant in cases of necessity, to be judged by them. All Saturdays are also days of abstinence, l/lit not obligation. 3. Tbe“ri>miscuouB use of fish and fl sh meat al I the same meal is forbidden in Lent, even on i Sundays. ! 4. Some prayers, at option, are...

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