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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF “HESTER’S HISTORY.” PART 11. CHAPTER VI. PAUL’S TROUBLES BEGIN. Days passed, and Katherine had domesticated herself thoroughly at Monasterlea. She had taken possession of all the best tilings in the house with the most charming goodwill. The prettiest and most comfortable furniture had been carried into her room, and she had the warmest seat at the lire and at the table. The little red couch under the black archwaviu the parlor, which was covered with Miss Martha’s knitting, and cushioned with pillows stuffed with down off Miss Martha’s own geese, she had at once made quite her own. She had taken possession of Bridget, so that the handmaiden did little besides attend upon Miss Archbold. The visitor had also her hostess in thorough subjection, and she wrought her will pretty freelv upon May, in spite of that young lady’s rebellion against the tyranny of her rule. But Katherine’s attentions ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Changed City. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

A Changed City. Since tlie new Government took charge of Home, the city lias undergone a great change—in the language of the day we shall call it a ‘ ‘ progressive ” change. New laws have brought new manners. Rome was so quiet under the Popes, and the rest of the world heard so little about the affairs of the Romans, that it came to be the general Protestant belief that they were sleepy slaves who had no interest in the ways of the world. But the change has made it apparent that under a different rule, Rome can vie with, and outstrip even New York in ‘ ‘ progressive ness . n Now, in the official statement of the offences committed during the past year in the city of Rome, we find that there were 75 homicides; 492 wounds (not mortal), chiefly stabbing; 50robberies, with violence; 512 thefts; 65 frauds; 1529 minor offences. It is also worthy of note, in a progressive way, that in the month of November thfire were 597 persons arrested, while in the month of December there were 810. A R...

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Source: Boston College
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An Interesting Address. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

An Interesting Address. At the inauguration ceremonies of anew reading-room for the Catholics of Hulme, diocese of Salford, England the Very Kev. Canon Toole delivered an address to a large audience on the subject, 4 4 Catholics: their Past, their Pres--ent, and their Future.” We are, the reverend lecturer said, descendants of the ancient natives and owners of these countries; we believe and profess and hold the Christian creed which was first taught to some of our forefathers fourteen, to others thirteen centuries ago; we hold the same principles on which the old law's anil customs of these lands were based , and from which sprang their greatness in the past. The history of those old days is ours, the motives which influenced men then are those which influence us now, and the achievements of those times were such as would be ours now if like opportunities were around us. Yet Catholics were regarded as if they did not belong to the nation, and the past they had to consider was not t...

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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Literary Items. The whole number of new books and pamphlets printed in England during 1872, was 4811. BAGehot’S English Constitution is announced asin press, by Messrs. Little, Brown & Cos., of Boston. Mn. W. G. Booling has issued anotlior edition of bis “ American Racingßecord and Turf Guide,” for. 187!). The Historical Society, of Berlin, will this year begin the publication of a quarterly historical magazine. “Copernicus: llis Presence in Modern Culture,” formed the subject of a special article in the N. Y. Evening Post, recently. Mr. George Gebbie, of Philadelphia, has issued the fifth edition, with a supplement of Spooner’s “ Biographical History of the Fine Arts. Mr. S. R. Pattison has written of “The History of Laborers and Labor in England,” in Leisure Hour, for February. Anew edition of Rev. Isaac Taylor’s very interesting work, entitled “ Words and Places,” has just been issued by Macmillan & Cos. The late Hon. Rev. Baptist Noel was the author of “N...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to I’ebruary 31. ANTRIM. Tiie Belfast Riots.-*-Tlie claims for compensation for injuries arising out of t lie recent riots m Belfast number ‘250, and the total amount claimed is nearly £14,000. A Beloved Landlord. — Sir Richard Wallace lias visited liis magnificent estates in County Antrim, and received one of the grandest welcomes that it was possible for tenantry to bestow. DUBLIN. Trial of a Fenian - .—The trial of Edward O’Kelly, for shooting at Mr. Murphy, oi j the Irishman, in the streets of Dublin, has resulted in the dismissal of the jury, as j they could not agree to a verdict. Conference of Irish Prelates. —Me i understand that a meeting of the Catholic ■ Prelates of Ireland will be held during next week to consider questions of importance.—Telegraph, Feb. 22. j A Police Order.— The ranks of the Metropolitan Police Force are, we have reason j to know, at this moment sorely tnbulated j by an edict from headquarters ordering j them to cut their whisk...

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MISCELLUEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

MISCELLUEOUS. Abolishing the Landed Estates Court. The Bill for ihe abolition of the second judgeship of the Landed Estates Court of Ireland is in preparation.— Telegraph. The Catholic Union.— The name of the Most Rev. Dr. Dorrian, Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, lias been placed on the roil of members of the Council of tlio Catholic Union. Mr. Blennerhassett and the Railroad Purchase.— Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, being unable to obtain from Government either a specific explanation of their intentions with regard to the Irish railways, or promise of a day to bring on the subject. determined to ballot, on Feb. 18, for that <lay month to bring on his bill, and failing to‘obtain a day then, he will repeat the balloting every Tuesday until lie succeeds. — Cor . Dublin Freeman. ‘ Ilush Stock BesockcEg.—From the agricultural returns for the year 1872, issued last evening by the Registrar-General, we learn that the live stock of the country for the year 1872, as compared with 18...

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The Courts. Bankrupts. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

The Courts. Bankrupts. Adjudication— Joseph Middleton, of Timoney, Koscrea, aud Samuel Middleton, of Newtown, Koscrea, botli in the county of Tippearary, cattle dealers and farmers, on the IStli day of February. Declarations —Declarations, as required by ihe 24th section of the act, by the undeinamed prisoners for debt, having been duly tiled, notice is given to the undernamed detaining creditors of the said prisoners, that if sucli detaining creditors shall not, within twenty-one days after publication, file or cause to be filed a petition of bankruptcy against the prisoner, the Court may order their immediate release from custody:— William Daniel Kelly, late of Turrock and Castlepark, in the county of Rossommou. gentleman; Daniel Black, trading under the firm of G . Geogliegau and Company, detaining creditor; Four Courts Marshalsea,' Thomas Cormiek, late of Bracknahevna, in the county of Westmeath, farmer ; Joint McGarrell, and Bridget, his wife, administratrix of Owen Cormiek, de...

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The Galway Prosecutions, TRLAL OF THE BISHOP. THE CASE FOR THE CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

The Galway Prosecutions, TRLAL OF THE BISHOP. THE CASE FOR THE CROWN. | Upon rending the caae for the Crown, on Bishop Duggan’s prosecution, our readers will not be surprised that a verdict of acquittal was rendered. The Attorney-Gen-eral relies on the evidence of one man, who admitted himself to be a professional iniormer. Mr. Butt’s cross-examination probes his character with terrible effect. I This examination took place on February I 15. The Attorney-General then proceeded to state the case for the Crown, and in the course of a lucid and able address dwelt at length on the constitutional necessity for the free exercise of the franchise, guarded as it was by Acts of Parliament; and then proceeded to define the various phases of undue influence, relative to which he quoted various authorities, including the judgment of Mr. Justice Fitzgerald on the Longford petition trial, s© frequently quoted in these trials. Having commented, enpassant, on the influence of the priests and prelat...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Rev. Canon WAlsh’s new church at ; Portsmouth, N. H., will he 120x65 feet and will shortly be dedicated. The new Church of St. Joseph, Detroit, Mich., which will cost §lOO,OOO will be the finest in that city. A paper was recently read before the Pioneer Society, of Michigan on the Father Gabriel Richard, Vicar-General of that State. Tiie Catholic Germans of Cincinnati are about to build a Church, corner of WuGe and Denman street in that city. The consecration of the new Bishop of Liverpool, at which Archbishop Manning and most of the English Roman Catholic hierarchy will assist , is expected to take place shortly before Easter. Rev. Augustine M. Freitag. C. SS. R., for several years past connected with the college of the Redemptorist Fathers at Annapolis, and lately the rector, has been transferred to Boston. Bishop Elder, of Natchez, assisted by the Rev. Redemptorist Fathers from St. Theresa’s Retreat. Chatawa, blessed the new ; Catholic Church at Magnolia, P...

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Bismarck and the Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Bismarck and the Church. Lecture by the Right Rev, Dr. Lynch, Bishop of Charleston, S. C.—The Banishment of the Religions Orders from Germany--Parallels from History—-Bismarck Compared to Trajan. The spacious Church of the Holy Innocents, on Thirty-seventh street, near Broadway, which, with the adjoining schoolhouse, stands as a testimonial to the perseverance of the Rev. Father Larkin, was last evening, Sunday, March 2, crowded to repletion, the occasion being a lecture by the Right Rev. Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, in aid of the schools attached to the church. The venerable prelate chose for his subject, “ Bismarck and the Church,” which, it is almost needless to say, was discussed in a most learned and eloquent manner, lie said The Church of Christ during the eighteen centuries and a halt of its existence has encountered many storms; it has been exposed to many attacks; its whole existence has been one continual battle; it has been called on to resist assaults from one side or th...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

BIRTH. Feb. 20, in Dublin, tlie wife o of a daughter. Feb. 17,in Dublin, Thomas ' esq.. to Letltia Marla, relict of Green Park, co. Westmeath. Fab. 18. at Aliascragh, Edwa lore, to Katie Josephine, dauglit Hall, Aliascrasrh. Feb. 19, at Glaslhulc, P. Floo House, counnty Meatli, to Li: John K almond, esq., Drumuae Feb. 20, at Finglas,co. Dubllr van, esq, Mullingar, county W< gle, daughter of John Healey, e I Feb. 17, hi Dublin, Augustin, late Austin Keuny, esq., aged 1 esq., aged 45, John B. Goodw gavet, wife of William Brodie. 1 hell, aged 74. Christina Held, MAREIAGI HEATHS

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements under tills tiead are Inserted tliree times for $l.OO. 'Hie Immense circulation of The Pilot in every city, town and hamlet on the Americantcontinent, renders it the best medium through which to make Inquiries about lost friends. More than three-fourths of those adver- I tised for are found. Persons wishing their friends advertised can send us SI.OO enclosed in a letter, with the advertisement written as legibly as possible,so that no mistake may be made by the printer. Persons in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of the world, can have their friends advertized hy remitting us the price In gold. For halt a sovereign an advertisement will be inserted for seven weeks. There is very little risk in sending gold in a letter, if sticlied into it, or placed between a small piece of card or pasteboard. Caution.— -To prevent our numerous Irisli friends and others from becoming the dupes of thievish impostors, we would advise all advertising for missin...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Of Thomas Rodgers, and his two sons, Charles ami Robert, and daughter (name not known): they lived some time iu Eastern Pennsylvania . where his wile died. and the writer of tills was born. The youngest (the writer ot this) was separated from his lather, brothers and sister, at his mother's death. Tiie time of ids wife's death (the mother of the above named children) is not lightly known, but supposed to be between the years 1848 and ’5l. They are supposed to be living in Philadelphia or New York. Any person giving anv Information of their whereabouts will be liberally rewarded, by addressing tlieir brother, James Rodgers, Whitehall P. 0., Baltimore co., Md. mlilS Irish-American, Pliiladelpliia, and New York papers please copv. MGLAiVD. Of Mrs. Mary Makin (maiden name Alary Stacy), and her husband, who is by trade a carder; they left Manchester, England, eight or ten years ago, and went to Lawrance, Mass. Information of them will be received by John Bullock, Grand Rapids P. 0.. Mich...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

»VBLL\. j ' itzl ’ati:ick (maiden name rountv' n.nu? cal V. e to * his country from Rush, hemb iro w-V, a >? ut 2? -" ais wl.eu lust P- on tl ! ?.Omv cbunk or Conshoboeken, Philadelphia; hud her prS Blowne ’ “• run Jo Of William James Henry, of No a Linen Hall street, Dublin: supposed to be in the English Army. Information respectin ' him will he received by his mother, Mrs. MaHa Henrv. lnliS* ' English and Irish papers please copy. Of John Sheridan, who left Dublin October 17, 1572, and arrived in Quebec, L C ’ in the Steamer ‘"Sweden,’ on November 6, 1872 •' he has not been heard of since he left Dublin. He is 17 years old, dark curling liair, dark eyes, and fair complexion; is a compositor by trade. Information concerning him will be received by his brother, Frank Sheridan, Kent, Portage co., Ohio. mhB Canadian papers please copy. ItEKIiY. Of John Fitzgerald, a son of JeremiahlFitzgerald and Catherine McDonald, natives ofYentry, parish of Ventry, county Kerry, who emig...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention td anonymous correspondents. “ M. Creates,” Harrison square. Mass. Rev. P. Rlordan, in 1319-70, was the administrator oi North Parish, Cork. “Peter Doyle,” Rhtland.'Vt.—The A/e--moires oi Lally, in three quarto volumes, was published at Rouen, A. D. 1779-SO. “John Walsh,” Hudson, X. Y.—John MacTaggart’s “Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopaedia,” was published in an octavo volume in 1821. “James Mackenzie,” Reading, Pa.— Whiteford Mackenzie's Sketch ofthe *• .Mackenzie Family,” was issued in a circular torm in 1830. “ .1. M. Siieehax,” Memphis, Tenn.—Mr. Donahoe can promptly supply copies of his very valuable edition of the ‘ ‘ Monks of t lie West,” by Montalembert. The American reprint is in two very attractive imperial octavo volumes. “ Michael O’Conor,”La Salic, 111.—We would advise our esteemed correspondent to write to the Representative of his district in Congress, and respectfully ask of him the favor of having an inquiry made for the...

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Justice Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Justice Extraordinary. C|e 'plot. BOSTON, MARCH 22, 1873. 4 4 Let Ireland In America be faithful. be Catholic, be temperate, be indusirlous, be obedient to law. r —Rev. Thomas X. Bckke. O. P. | The Bishop of Clonfert stands to-day in a very peculiar position. lie had been reported to Parliament by Judge Keogh, for election bribery, and by that judge he was, with others, disfranchised lor seven years. Since then he has been tried in open court before the Queen’s judges, for the alleged bribery, and has been acquitted by a jury composed of Protestants and Catholics. But Judge Keogh’s sentence still holds good ' according to law, and the Bishop, just as if lie had been found guilty, must remain disfranchised for seven years! On our third page wo give the whole evidence against the Bishop, which is of an extraordinary nature. The Government prosecutors relied on tho evidence of one , man, a professional Informer. Against ' his shocking statements more than a dozen witnesses, most of the...

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Another Irish Humbug, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Another Irish Humbug, One would think that pool- oM Ireland had only two motives for living on In this world oi woes—lirst, that she might bo persecuted, and second, that she might be humbugged. Wo have read a great deal lately about Ireland’s Invitation to the Band of the! j New York CSth Regiment.” The papers of I Irela id are full of it. Tho invitation has i been sent and accepted. The Band of the 69tb, the band that playod Corcoran’s brave boys i:.to tho gaping jaws of battle, when the Union was.in danger, when the air was filled with the murderous cries oi sedition and the hurtling of death-laden shells; the band that blared its war-notes into the very hearts of the fiercest soldiers oi the ■ Union army; the hand that wont all ; through the war with n desperate, fidelity, j and that marched into New York when Lee surrendered, playing on its discolored j instruments and bullet-torn drums, in the hands of men in tattered uniforms and I bronzed faces; the hand that played “Tho * G...

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House of the Good Shepherd, Boston. Number of Persons from Jan. 1, 1872; to Jan. 1, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

House of the Good Shepherd, Boston. Number of Persons from Jan. 1, 1872; to Jan. 1, 1873. Received 125 Prodded with situations or returned to their families S3 Left of their own accord .’ 10 Died In the house I Dismissed as iacorriipble 8 At prvsi ut iu the Institution 153 Age—Under 14 years of age ~ 5 From 14 to IS years 58 From 18 to 40 years 90 I The above is a report of the House of the | Good Shepherd for 1872. To a thought ful person, no comment is necessary. But lest its brevity should fail to attract due attention, we venture to state the following facts : Ist. That here is an institution which shelters, clothes, instructs iu labor 150 women and girls. Iu addition to this material benefit, it softens and reforms a class which no State institution has oyer pretended to reform. The sum of all the efforts of State or city is to build up their health, and send them back to the community branded as outcasts, and, therefore, compelled to begin anew career of vice. 2d. These 150 in...

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The New York Murderers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

The New York Murderers. Avery short time ago, when the case of the murderer Gaffney, in New York, was brought before Governor Dix, the wholo country applauded the firmness of the Governor’s denial of mercy; and bis gratuitous words of warning to those who might be meditating crime were widely quoted and endorsed. But Governor Dix is only clay, after all. The murderer Gaffney was a poor and unimportant wretch, whose friends had neither position nor influence. It was easy to hang an outcast like him. But when it comes to a question of hanging a man with wealthy relatives and plenty of influence,— why, that’s a different thing, altogether. The friends ol Foster, the car-liook murderer, are making great efforts to have him reprieved. Foster’s father is a wealthy man, and he is said to be willing to spend all his money to save his son from the gallows. Columns of letters and statements about tbe murderer and bis case are published in the daily papers, all of which, though published as ne...

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