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Correspondence. TO THE LATE IRISH EMIGRANTS OF THE CITY OF BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

Correspondence. TO THE LATE IRISH EMIGRANTS OF THE CITY OF BOSTON. J. B. McMahon, Ptre, M. D I am not insensible, my couutrymen, to your present situation as emigrants from Ireland, or to the many discouraging and adverse circumstances by which it is fortuitously associated. You have left the country of your fathers, and the land of your nativity, at a distance of nearly 4000 miles from your present landing-place. You have left Ireland, once the nursery of literature, the emporium of arts; the Island of saints and of soldiers; a land gifted by nature for a salubrity of climate and a fertility of soil unsurpassed by any commensure portion of earthly creation. Its capacious harbors, impervious to every breeze, and secure from every storm, invite the most timorous to an extensive maritime commerce with other nations. Its estuaries, like inland seas, its beautiful lakes and rivers, abounding with the different genus of the finny tribe, afford, each, their peculiar advantages towards the...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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INTERESTING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

INTERESTING CEREMONY. D. McD. Alexandria, Glengary, (J.C., June 171h.\ Mr. Editor, — Von may feel surprised at hearing from this quiet but rapidly growing part of Canada. We are not anxious to be often heard in newspapers; however, at times, we wish to be heard like others, j You may know, Sir, that it was usual ! ' with the late lamented Rev. John McDoni aid to walk in procession with the Holy . Sacrament on the Sunday after Corpus Christi. A few of the congregation expressed to the present Pastor their desire of seeing the laudable practice continued j in our parish. The Rev. gentleman re- j plied, that he had not permission from his ! ecclesiastical superiors to walk out with ! the Holy Sacrament, but that he believed ■ the very Rev. Mr. McDonald of St. ! Raphael’s had permission, and that if he (Mr. McDonald) consented to come, and have the procession at Alexandria, he : would feel happy in doing all in his power j i to prepare the Church, &c., &.C., for ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE “HOPES OF IRELAND.” [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

THE “HOPES OF IRELAND.” A REPEALER. TAYLOR. SHOVEL. To the Editor of the Boston Pilot: In the last Truth Teller, the Editor again renews his wonderful ideas on “Ireland’s Hope.” He commences by saying, “We never knew a good cause to be prejudiced by truth, nor has it ever benefitted a bad one—a veil may be useful before deformity, but beauty needs it not; we are pledged to truth, we are consecrated to Freedom.” Wonderful man! I suppose by this llourish, that he attempts to have it understood that his article of the 13th ult., on the “Hopes of Ireland,” was nothing more or less than the plain truth, and as a matter of course he had a right to publish it. I sincerely pity the Irishman whose intelligence is so limited as to allow' such gross and false charges against the leaders of Ireland, to be palmed upon him as truth; Irishmen have more confidence in their leaders, than some would-be patriots are willing they should have; any attempt to destroy that confidence,will surely prove a f...

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PRESENT CONDITION OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

PRESENT CONDITION OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN MEXICO. From the Catholic yews Letter. Whilst the so called Reformation, like a tornado, swept over the northern provinces of Europe, carrying with it destruction and desolation, and tearing thousands of souls from the bosom of the Catholic Church, God in his goodness vouchsafed to fill up the number of her children in the western world. After the conquest of Mexico by the heroic and pious Hernando Cortez,* in 1521, no less than five millions of souls were subjected to the sweet dominion of the cross, in Mexico alone. The Spanish conquerors, loving the beauty of the House of God, erected Cathedrals and Churches, worthy of the Most High, rivalling in magnificence and richness the finest structures of Europe. Then were the foundations laid of the magnificent city of Sa Puebla, whose Churches and religious institutions have ever deserved the admiration of the religious world: then rose the splendid Cathedral of Mexico on the ruins of Montezum...

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THE IRISH IN AMERICA. SECOND ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

THE IRISH IN AMERICA. SECOND ARTICLE. During the progress of the war of the Revolution, the Irish at home were the sincerest sympathisers in that movement, as the Irish in America were among the most enthusiastic helpers in its development. Ulster, the parent province of the Volunteers, was also the mother region of Montgomery and Stnrke; and in Belfast and Londonderry we find “Yankee Clubs” existing, collecting funds for transmission to George Washington, and drinking, most rebelliously, on all proper occasions, unlimited success to the revolted colonists. In Spark’s collection of the letters of General Washington, are two—one addressed to the Yankee Club of Belfast, and the other to that of Londonderry—acknowledging the receipts of their generosity. Han ly emigrants, anxious to bear arms, were arrested in Belfast Lough, endeavorin", clandestinely, to embark for the scene of war. A ship from Cork, laden with clothes, purchased by private subscription, reached the American shores in...

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CHAPLAINS TO THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

CHAPLAINS TO THE ARMY. The New Orleaus Bulletin, of a recent ! date, in speaking of the appointment of; Catholic Chaplains to the army, has the following remarks in relation to Mexico, and the visit of the late Dr. Rosati to that country :— “ In connection with this subject, it has also been said, that Bishop Hughes, of New York, had been requested to proceed to Mexico, in some indefinite capacity, in which he could act for tho interest of this country. We see no confirmation of this report in any secular or religious paper, and presume it is without foundation. But the rumor recalls to our mind an ecclesiastical mission made to Mexico in 1339 or ’40, by Da. Rosati, then Bishop of St. Louis. 'I'his distinguished prelate ! is since deceased. He was by birth an I Italian, belonging to the nobility of that kingdom, and with a character of remark- ! able amiability, adorned by all the graces of high breeding, varied acquirements und 1 theological learning. He had resided in jKt. Louis m...

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

('J.RAM) EXHIBITION OF WAX STAX TL'AKV. Comprising One Hundred mul Forty Figure*, executed liy Mrs. W. FELHY, now open at the late Swedes iiougian Chapel, Phillips l’lace, Treniont street, consisting of the following Groups, representing important and interesting subjects, the Size ofLife: 1. The Trial ofChrist; 2. Abraham offering his Son Isaac ns a Sacrifice; 3. Christ, and the Woman taken in Sin; 4. A l’icture ofSelflsIniess in Contrast with Benevolence; 5. The Intemperate Family. 6. The Birth of Christ. And in Miniature. Cabinet Size; The Last 8upper, The Trial of Christ, Tile Wonderful Draught of Fishes, The Savior on the Cross. Admittance 25 cents—Children half price, except Schools accompanied by their Teachers. N.B. The Clergy and Editors of papers, are invited to attend free of charge. Open every day, from 9 A.M. to 10P.M. On the Sabbath it will he opened in the Afternoon, immediately after Divine Service, till 10 o’clock. my30 "V o W R F, A I) Y . CARLETOS'S GREAT -L' WORK...

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

JOHN DOR AX, Canal street. Boston, is authorised to receive subscribers for the Lives of the Saints. He cau also supply ant Catholic book published. Mb 14 PAINTING. HENRY HAMMOND, Painter and Glacier, No. (50 Harrison Avenue. The orders of his friends attended to as usual. Jan 3 JOHN \V. JAMES, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW Oilice, lO Court Street.entrance next door to Hamden’s. Jan 3 REMOVAL,. EDWIN A. PALMER has Removed his Stock of HOOTS A SHOES to 364 Washington street, Corner of Newbury Place, Six Doors North of Essex street. niy32 Richard barry, carver and artificer in all kinds of MARBLE, GOTHIC, and a variety of other designs of CHIMNEY PIECES, at No. 6 Haverhill street, Poston. Constantly on hand Grave-Stones of different devices, on reasonable terms. myy Furniture notice, james quigley has removed from 34 Milk street, to the corner of Reach and Washington streets, in tha building formerly occupied by the Washington Rank, and nearly opposite Rsylston Market tf Jan 3 PATRICK SULLIVAN Wo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

Notices of this kind inserted fo INFORMATION \Y Of MICHAEL KEALY, and his y name was Mary linrkc. natives of tin co. Kilkenny. When last heard fri Slate of Illinois. Any information rei thankfully received by Michael Bu Kealy, Milton, Ms. Of JOHN AHERN, a native of tin Cork. When last heard from he wn Any information respecting him will I by nis brother, Michael, care of Tim North Square, Huston, Ms. Of HONORA GLEESON, of Tall erick, daughter to Daniel and Cathe place, llonora emigrated to this © months. Any information rcspectiu! fully received by her friend, James C Of THOMAS CONI.AN, a native last heard from he was in Iloston. spectlug him will be thankfully rect Michael Conlan, No. 4(i Merrimack s of JAMES O’NEIL, native of the Meath, who left Ireland in 18211, and was at Schenectady. N.Y., on his wi information respecting him will be tl his son, Owen O’Neil, who is very him. Address Owen O’Neil, care o; chest r, N.Y. Of JAMES KERRY, a nativoof K; is supposed to be in the State ...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

Ireland. New Temperance Hall at Kingstown. Laying of the foundation stone by the apostle of temperance. Kingston, yesterday (June 21) presented a scene truly delightful to every friend ofthe great cause of temperance. It being understood that the first stone of the Temperance Hall would he laid on yesterday, and that the pledge would be administered on the occasion, crowds began to assemble at an early hour on the ground selected for the site of the projected building, where a commodious platform was erected. Up to one o’clock the trains from Dublin were crowded with visitors anxious to witness the ceremony. The Apostle arrived at twelve o’clock accompanied by the Rev. J.J. Murphv and some other gentlemen, ami proceeded to the hotel, accompanied by Mr. Edward Hayes, the proprietor, who was waiting the reverend gentleman’s arrival. Mr. Hayes had previously invited a large party of the influential residents of Kingstown as also many from Dublin to witness the commencement under such s...

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CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES. The following article, from the Dublin Evening Post , will show to the world the failure of the Protestant, and the glorious success of Catholic Missionaries: Religious England is either hushed in grim repose, or waxes exceedingly indifferent at this momentous crisis regarding her own salvation and that of the Heathen; but if we may judge from the Works and Days of the Evangelical Alliance, as exhibited at the Rotunda, the Church Established by Law in Ireland is no longer disposed to play the dumb dog. On The contrary, she is yelling with very considerable animation, and the Sectaries are all barking iuto the chase with evident excitement —or at any rate, which serves the same purpose, with an appearance of earnestness which is quite edifying to the old ladies. We have already referred to the Evangelical Alliance against Popery, at which Mr. Justice Crampton thought proper to enact the Corophteus. The next Chapter,which recounts the exhibition o...

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CATHOLICITY IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

CATHOLICITY IN THE UNITED STATES. the yet unpublished decrees of the late Council, we learn that it is in contemplation to erect four new episcopal sees, to answer the wants of the Church in the United States. We have now twenty-one bishopricsjthe diocesses of several of which are so large as to render the duties of a single bishop too onerous, and therefore requiring the assistance of coadjutors. It is estimated that we have 1,300,000 communicants in this country. This is the tree which has grown from the germ planted in the settlement of Maryland. The first priest ever consecrated in America still lives, and still exerts himself in the holy cause. It is with generous pride that, when looking around him at the present prosperous state of the Church, he should take pleasure in signing, proto sacerdos. — Every true Catholic must feel delight at the present prosperous state of the Church in this country, revealing as it does, that God is pleased to bless the labours of his missionarie...

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THE OBSCENE LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

THE OBSCENE LECTURES. THE PILOT. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1846. That demonstration of Giustiniani in 1 Boston has turned out rather a bothersome j business for his Reverend bottle-holders. ! The exclusion of the ladies was a poor speculation. The great majority of the hearers and admirers of these polemical gladiators, is always female; and to set afoot a course of lectures which by their very matter, precluded the ladies, was to affront tbeir best friends. But then, the lectures themselves proved so gross that nobody could justify them. The lowest loafers who were delighted with them, despised them, and those who conducted them, too. Another thing that operated against them was, that before they were quite finished, a set of pugilists came to town; and, if the no-poperv lecturers had not prudently retired from the field, those gentlemen would have carried off their congregations, wocse than the Sabine rape. Then agjdn, Van Amburgh was coming with a whole menagerie of beasts, every one of ...

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DEDICATION OF ST. JOHN’S CHURCH, WORCESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

DEDICATION OF ST. JOHN’S CHURCH, WORCESTER. The solemn dedication of St. John’s Church, in the town of Worcester, took place on Wednesday, the 24th of June. This Church is of Roman Doric style, one. hundred and twenty-two feet long, by six-ty-five feet in width, built of solid masonry, surmounted by a fine spire, one hundred and thirty-six feet high. The building is an ornament to the town, and displays the good taste and skill of the Architect, Mr. Richard Bond of Boston. Too much praise cannot be given to the builders, Messrs. Miles, Tower St Raymond, who have erected an edifice fit to grace any city of America, the materials and workmanship arc of the first order, as mechanics they deserve every encouragement and as gentlemen they cannot be surpassed. The interior of the Church is 119 feet in i length and the walls, are as white as the | driven snow, plastered with the highest ! polish. The railings of the sanctuary are i of black walnut, as also the cappings of ! the pews with b...

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THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

THIS DAY. Seventy years ago, this day, a number of colonists assembled together,and adopted a declaration written by a young man, one of their number, who had a taste for the pen, and loved to be scribbling. He was a simple looking country fellow; and so were they all; all very plain men, husbandmen, and small merchants; and that most primitive of all beings, an honest lawyer, was sprinkled among them here and there.— They were obscure men ; for they lived out of the world, iu the colonies ; and nobody cared about them, or ever dreamed that anything, that any of them should say or do, would ever become matter of history. Vet, that declaration was nothing less than a manifesto to the whole world against his most gracious majesty, George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain France, and Ireland, Elector of Hanover, and defender of the Faith, &c, &c. Those who have been born in America, and habituated to republicanism, and who know too little of ...

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THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

THE CHURCH. Translated from the Propagateur Cathohque for the Boston Pilot. Yesterday, Friday, June 19, at a quarter to eight iu the morning, died, after long suffering, supported with heroic patience, Rev. Peter Vincent Plutiket, Priest in this diocese, aged thirty years. Next week we will devote an article to a memoir of that excellent and regretted minister. Monday, June 15, Drs. Blanc and Odin arrived at New Orleans from St. Louis, where they had gone from the Provincial Council at Baltimore. Dr. Blanc has visited on his tour the principal cities of the North and Northwest; not having seen that country for many years, he was delighted to behold, with his own eyes, the marvellous progress which Catholicism is making every where. It is twenty-five years since Dr. Blanc exercised his ministry in that part of the United States which was then called Upper Louisiana, and which extended to the frontiers of Canada. That vast country, now forming so many flourishing States, was then almo...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

Business Department. THE BOSTON PILOT IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR, PATRICK DONAHOE, On every Saturday morning, at No 1 Spring Lane, near Washington Street, Boston, Mass. TERMS... .%2.dO—if paid within three months from the time of subscribing—otherwise S3 will be charged. $1.50 for six months. Four mouths $l. O’ Letters not post-paid (except from Agents) are not released from the Post-ollice. Philadelphia. Our active and enterprising Agent, Timothy Lynch, has removed to the corner of Sixth and Chesnut sts., directly opposite his old stand. His private residence is at No. 9 Lodge Place. 3t Our Western Friends. We would inform our numerous friends in the western part of New York, that Mr. John Mucauly has started on a collecting tour for us. We hope our friends in arrears will be ready to settle with him tf D* Can any friend in Canada informs us where Wiliam Burke lives' 3t Our correspondent at Harpers Ferry, Va, thus speaks of the Clergyman at Martiusburg, Va:—“ Rev. M...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 4 July 1846

The Rev. Mr. McElroy, and f he Rev. Mr. Rev of Georgetown, D.C., recently apppointed chaplains in the army of occupation, arrived in New Orleans on the night of the 18th ult., and next daj took passage in the steamship Alabama, for Matamoras. MARKETS. Bos ton Market— July 1. Flour— There have been no sales to-<lay of any consequence,and the prices are without any material change—Genesee, common brands, 84.25 (S> 4.3 Q—choice 4.37 (a) 4.50, and extra at 4 75 <@ 5.12—0hi0 4.00 iffi 4.1?, and a parcel of 1000 bids, partially unsound, 3.70 # bbl. Grain— No sales of much importance to-day. Prime mealing Corn is getting scarce, and higher prices are asked sales at 55 (a) 60c, and white at 54 (S' 56c bushel, meas-ure-some holders decline selling at these rates. Oats ate somewhat belter—Southern, good heavy; 31 (a) 32c—North River, at 37 (a) 3sc, and Eastern 3oc If bushel. llmoiiTON Market— Monday, June 29. At market,soo' Beef Cattle, 10 yokes Working Oxen, ...

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