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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

racy and gravity—hut it was unknow read, because the plan adopted by tl der the existing circumstance*, uiu Either too circumstantially, or too < consequently read by few, and by t study, and too little purpose. The li sent to sleep by such means, and froi and unpretending but animated stt le 1 tell us just what we wish to know, a wish to learn it, and you do not truul likely to interest us. For my own pa take up the work with pleasure, auc to lay it down. “Your style is eager and unambiti think more of the knowledge to be gi ner in which you mean tocommuni Hard* manner is what we most desire L can say of but very few historical i which, in whatever work we find it, a ’Tis the main (feature of style in the g of Joseph us, and from the possession i book looks like a monument of th< trouts, whereas most others appear a; meats of their authors. They might the architecture of sentences, and ll to some purpose; but unhappily tin of Ireland’s history iu literary mist...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

New Your— CASSERLY' & 9 GAN. Philadelphia— LYNCH, CUiV ZEIBER, FITHIAN, CUNNING Baltimore —J. MURPHY. Washington —J. FOY. Savannah— REV. MR. BURK] BuffaIo— MAURICE VaUQH Troy—Stephen Duffy. Seventeen Hundred Paged, roya 1 vol. $8.50. In 2 vols I«h.l0 Notice* oj this kind inserted ft INFORMATION V Of JAMES RICE, formerly of Cas lauded at Quebec and has been in th years. When last ln ard from,hints ill Upper Canada. Any iuibrinatioi be kindly received by his sister, ( dressed to her in care of Roche, 1 Spring Lane, Boston, Ms. Of GEORGE MI LGREW, fori co. Tyrone. When lust heard from Four Corners, State of New York, any of his friends who will inform h requested to write to Mr. Cornelius tructor, Northampton, Ms, who has vantage to coniniunicute lo him. Of ANNE McGEE, formerly ofG Killesher, co. Fermanagh, who lam in toil or ’4B. When last heard fron Cove in the suburbs of Quebec, ai lives In the family of Mr. Hugh McA Any information respecting her will by her brother, Jo...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Arrival of the Britannia. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

Arrival of the Britannia. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. Probable Change in the Ministry—The Irish Coercion Bill Doomed—Death of the Pope, S?c, See. * The steamship Britannia,Capt. Hewitt, from Liverpool and Halifax, arrived early on Saturday morning, in ahout a fortnight’s passage, having experienced constant westerly winds. She had ninety-six passengers to Halifax, and one hundred and four to this city. The news by the steamer is interesting, but not of great importance. In the House of Lords, the Corn Bill of Mr Peel had passed the ordeal of two amendments proposed by its enemies, both of which were lost by decisive majorities. In commercial affairs generally there had been but little change. The prospect of an abundant harvest, and of the melioration of the corn laws, kept down the prices of grain and Hour. The Britannia arrived out on the 13th, with dates from Boston to the Ist, and witii the news of the actions upon the ’Rio Grande of the bill and 9th of May. Full accounts of the ba...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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IRELAND IN THE ASCENDANT. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

IRELAND IN THE ASCENDANT. • THE PILOT. SATURDAY. JULY 11, IS4G. The influence which Ireland possesses in British councils was once made a subject of reproach to those who were stigmatized as her friends. Then, it came to be acknowledged as a necessary evil. Now, it is become so uniform, and so irresistible, and produces results so important, that it ceases to surprise. It will be no reproach to the Whigs now, if they take the direction of Britain as they expect to do, that they are willing to treat Ireland with a very little of that attention which is her right. But yesterday the name of Peel might have stood against the world; now there are very few so poor ns do him reverence; and very soon, there will be none, appearances considered. Well then, what has capsized him? Who is turning him out of oflice after England had given herself up entirely to his guidance, and made him the very keeper of her conscience? Why, it is Ireland. Only for Ireland, he could have carried every tiling b...

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THE ABOLITIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

THE ABOLITIONISTS. Some time ago, we noticed a letter from Frederick Douglass, in which that gentleman undertook to caricature the condition of Ireland, and render its people objects of scorn. The Waterford Chronicle, shortly after, introduced to its columns the greater part of our article, with rather extended comments of its own, in order to let the Irish public know the conduct, and real character of Mr. Douglass. As he is lecturing yet, we believe, in the United Kingdom, the article will draw attention wherever he himself attracts public notice: thus will Mr. Douglass, like other Abolitionists, go about damaging the cause of freedom, and creating a prejudice against the whole Antislavery party. As the Waterford Chronicle seems to entertain some misapprehensions with respect to the Anti-Slavery party in America, and the feelings of the Irish in this country upon that subject, we will say a few words about it. First, the Chronicle seems to think the Abolitionists, and nothing else...

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THE GLORIOUS FOURTH ! [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

THE GLORIOUS FOURTH ! Was celebrated in fine style in this city. 1 he day was delightful and every thing passed off to the satisfaction of the celebrants. Some judgment may be formed of the number of strangers in the city during the 4th, by the following statements fom the principal railroads. The Boston and Worcester line brought into the city between 1 hursday night and Saturday night, six thousand passengers; Saturday night, after the fireworks, a single train was run over this road, of sixty-three cars, carrying about twenty-five hundred persons; the largest train that was ever run on the road. The Providence cars brought into the city on Friday and Saturday four thousand five hundred passengers; and a single train, on Saturday evening, carried out two thousand passengers. Above eight thousand persons came into the city over the Eastern railroad on Friday and Saturday. Boston and Maine railroad had on the 4th about five thousand passengers; carried out on Saturday night between ...

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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

TO THE PUBLIC. In consequence of the great influx of Catholics into this city, and the consequent impossibility of their being able to attend Mass on Sundays in any of our churches already much too crowded, it has beeu decided to erect, in some convenient place, a temporary Church in w hich many who are now utterly deprived of the benefits of the Word of God, and of the Sacraments, may be accommodated. This w ill not be difficult to accomplish. A comparatively small sum will be able to effect it, and trusting to the well-known liberality of the Catholics of this city generally, there is every reason to hope the measure can be carried into effect, without any great delay. A lot of land can first be secured, and afterwards a large, widespreading, plain building can be erected on it, which will serve for many years all the purposes intended. A subscription w ill in consequence be immediately opened for the above purpose, and the good Catholics of Boston and its vicinity w ill be called...

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FOURTH OF JULY IN TROY. IMPORTANT PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

FOURTH OF JULY IN TROY. IMPORTANT PROCEEDINGS. Reported for the Pilot. The Fourth was honored by the Catholics of Troy (principally Irish) in a manner most creditable to all concerned. '1 be Rev. Mr. Haverman distinguished himself in celebrating this glorious day in a manner that drew around the numerous flock who have the good fortune to be in his charge, the respectful notice, nay, the admiration of the American citizens of the place. At the earliest dawn of that auspicious day which marks on the book of time, a new history of human government, the new magnificent bell lately elevated in the tower of St. Mary’s, by the indefatigable exertions of the Rev. Gentleman, tolled its animating peal, while the roar of a piece of ordinance pieced near the Catholic church by the commandant of the Arsenal, mingled its loud intermitting voice with the peal of melody from the church tower. At nine o’clock the Rev. Mr. Haverman began the celebration of a grand high mass, for the repose of those ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

NOTICES OF BC The Litf.ua.hy Class Book, or Fo Headin' Lessons, in Prose and >e Brothers of the Christian S pools IndieA Uy Kiweiic Cumniiskey. This is the fourth of the lent school-books, compiler ers of the Christian Sell parents should get this boo dren. It is true, it is not u lie schools. This matters be in the house that thei have recourse to it. The rnunity are indebted to Mr miskey for publishing the sale at the Pilot Bookstore Stimpsox’.- Boston Directory, co the inhabitants, their occupation/ and dweUiiu-honses, and the Oil of the streets., lanes, and wharves, lie otlices and hanks, and other use ton: Charles Slitnpson. lt>4t>. r..i t 1.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

CO"We have received, 1 liged to lay over until our retort upon an article that * last N. x. Freeman's Joun MARKETS Boston Market— .Ju/y S. Flourpriced brands still continuing light, hi more firmness, but as early supplies a ed, no advance in price has been obse moil brands Genesee $1.31 (a) 4.311 4.3 j Ot 4.34 do. Grain— For good mealing Corn the and sales continue to be made at 6: southern yellow, measure, and 50 (§) i Corn 45 i® 55c, according to quality. Brighton Market— Monday, Ju Beef Cattle, 43 Cows and Calves, 35m and about 375 Swine. Prices. Beef Cattle—No sales oi s.7s—second quality s.3s—third quali Cows and Calves—Sales were mad< 42.50. Sheep and Lambs—Sales of Slieef Lambs at $1.75 (a) 3.00 Swine—Sales not noticed. N.B. About 100 head of Cattle rem DM). In Charleston, S.C. at the House ot on the morning of Tuesday, the 30t Kioudan , aged 33 years and 6 month: of Cork, Ireland, mid a resident of Cl eight months. Notices of this kind inserted fo INFORMATION' A\ ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

TFIIK BOOK FOR THE II JL Pfcßß ILLUMINATED CAT LOOK ! JVEIF AND ELEGANT . URSGLIA' tC MANUAL. In pubh* turns of THE LRSOLINB MANIA! signed to present to the Tiiblic a Cat nil particular*, payer, tvye, illuain should be equal to any of die pubheal believe* lie lias it in his uower to say, single edition which did not exhibit upon its predecessor. He now oners a ual which he is confident not only s edition* of this book, but he is convin tiful Catholic Prayer Hook printed in t The singular merits of the Ursuline Catholic Prayer, are too well know upon. They have been abundantly a kabie favor with which it lius been re the Catholic Public, especially tile Kt Ireland, Great llriluiu, mid tins Couu For this New Edition, it is enough the Subscriber much care and expem cannot lie exceeded for the EXCELI PF.lt AND FRINTING, AND TH ITB ILLUSTRATIONS. In this I equalled by any Pruyer Hook publishe are as many us TWENTY-KluiiTillustr are six illuminations lirillianlly execui iu a stj le compar...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

WILLIAMS & GUION’! ▼ ▼ PASSAGE OFFICE. ARRA 1 840. Passage from Great Britain Subscribers beg leave to inform those ins for their friends, that they have arrangements Cor the year lstu, for brii from England, Ireland, and Scotian manner, mid on the most reasonable t nackets, sailing every five days throng by other first class American ships, most experienced masters in the tru, port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will atten embarkation of all passengers engag and at their agencies. They are dele ther money nor expense to promote tl venience of their passengers; and to c into effect, they wish to announce, t their otliee will reside in Liverpool t the nurpose of forwarding the passeng on tueir arriving at that port, which i sibililvofdelayor expense that emigri that place. When persons sent for Jet full amount paid for their passage, wil dialely. With these superior arrangements to give every satislaciion, they hope li that business which has been so libera for pas...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

WILLIAM B informs his friends _ he can furnish fh Lto i ns cheap as any otlier ill shortest notice, by applying at nis sti lioslon All ordein punctually aitem RLE CUTLER):, SOLAR LAMi tec, No, v»4o Washington street, 1) ’ JhllAMKl, MHtlAt.li t.fZ No. 104 Ann street, corner of i respectfully informs his friends keeps constantly on huiidngood Caps, which he will sell wholesale a they can he purchased in the city. A Blocks, Gloves, Umbrellas, &c. THE SUBSCRIBER their friends and the public have opened BtoreNo. 4(1 . the Btoue Chapel, lioslon, v descriptions of cooking, parlor and sti approved patterns. Furnaces and Hu sortment of Urates, with summer blc Monished and Block Tin Ware of ev ter’s cutlery and furnishing goods g will be sold as low as at any other city. W. < N. 11. Builders would do well to i assortment, before purchasing elsewl Mic hael woods, ma STONE MANUFACTORY, ( Sharp's Meeting-house.: Monumeni pieces, Table-tops, Grave-stones, &c, ma...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

R>.' nE. BROTIiEtvS & 1 MKJS fH tOR i;>♦ <> kcw sage to and Jr 07/1 (ji tat Britain and I Hail, 07 Old Lint a) kneipool Packet icork and Liverpool on the Ist and 1 Arid 0i) i' nsl Class American Suivs, i Persons serums to tlie “Old Count chi i make the necessary arrangement* auu have llu-m brought out in any of prising the I.lack Lall, or Old Lille c tsailmg from Liverpool on the Ist and also by First Class Ships, sailing IV which our Agents, Msssns. Jame tliere will see Hie sent out without dc Should those sent for not come out, funded without any deduction. ’I he black ball, or Old bine of Live prise the lellowing magnifioent snips Liverpol on their regular appointed di The 1 11. hi.lA, on Ist Jan. Lb ROIL, lutli “ P NEW YORK, Ist Feb American. YORKS!.IRE, CAMBRIDGE, OXVORD. MOME/bMA luth “ 1 Ist Mar. loth “ 1 Ist April. hi a, loth 44 1 Notice. It is well known that tl the very best conveyance for perso friends, and as other ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 11 July 1846

PI>.Ai'SCOTT’S GENERAL EMIGRahoN OF- -»■ FiIES, i o Soutu bi< «.ei, cornu oi .uMubi. Ltu.e, New \ urK, iii.U ‘,<u \'aleilon beau, Liverpool. Arrant;tmentsjor lit callup attention to their urrang*^ meats lur IMci, the subscribe.a cannot but express the pleusure they led in ueknow leug.ng the uneAtUoplcu success they have ntel with during me past year, gnu Leg to assure tlieir menus anu the public ol tue Unitco elates and CanaAu, til t the t>ume untiring nousli', anu mat sou aiienlion to the cuiniuri ut these eiiU us leu to their cate lot' Hie purpose of being cunveyeu across the Altai.tic, winch have guinea lor their House such wiue o,.i'eau popularity will be their constant study to sustain. The I.n.es lor which the subscribers are Agents consists ol the Nb.w Link o t Liverpool I‘ACKL'IS, VIZ; Uclkn ok TiiK Wkst, uicw), liso tons burthen, Capt. P. Woodhouse, sails from New \oih, Jan List, l>iuy list, .Sept Hsi; trohi Liverpool, ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

BOSTONPILOT. PATRICK DONAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AMD FEAR KOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE TIIY GOD'S, TIJY COUHTRVS, AXD TRUTH'S. < OFFICE, I I No. 1, Spring Lane. > $2.5O::::Jn Bo 0 1 on, Satu r & an, lu Itj 18, 1S 46. tlolutnc 20.

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KATHLEEN BAN ADAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

KATHLEEN BAN ADAIR. A BELEAST MAN. The battle blooa of Antrim had not dried on Freedom’s shroud, And the rosy ray of morning was but struggling through the cloud, When, with lightning foot and deathly cheek, and wildly waving hair, O’er grass and dew, scarce breathing, flew young Kathleen ban Adair. Behind, her native Antrim in a reeking ruin lies; BeforeJ her, like a silvery path, Kells’ sleeping waters rise"; And many a pointed shrub has pierc’d those feet so white and bare. But, oh! that heart is deeper rent, young Kathleen ban Adair. And Kathleen’s heart but one week since was like a harvest morn; But, oh! in hopes serenest flowers how oft we find a thorn! Where now’s the bloom that made that cheek so ripe, so richly fair? Thy stricken heart hath fed on it, young Kathleen ban Adair. A thicket rises round her, where the sloe, and hazel grows, And now her shrieking whisper, how it trembled as it rose— 4r For low and lonely bleeding lies a wounded patriot there, , • And every pang ...

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THE LATE POPE. (From the Dublin Irish Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

THE LATE POPE. (From the Dublin Irish Advocate.) On Thursday, Ist of June, between the hours of nine and ten o’clock in the morning, the Sovereign Pontiff of the Catholic Church breathed his last. He was in his eighty-first year, and, with the exception of a slight chronic affection, contracted in his declining years, he has had, for so old a man, general good health. Some time since, a surgical operation had been performed on his legs, which so exhausted his already too feeble frame, that early on Thursday morning he became suddenly seized with weakness and numbness in his frame. In a sh art time it became evident that his death was fast approaching, and before ten o’clock he expired without a 1 struggle. He was born September 18th, 17G5. He was made Cardinal March 13th, 1826; was elected to the Papal Chair, Feh. 2nd, 1881, and crowned February 6th, 1831. He was of the order of a branch of Benedictines, and was distinguished for the extent of his profound professional erudition. He...

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