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A NEW CATHEDRAL IN PHILADELPHIA. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

A NEW CATHEDRAL IN PHILADELPHIA. For the information of our numerous subscribers in the Diecess of Philadelphia, we publish the following Pastoral from the learned Prelate of that extensive Diocess:— FRANCIS PATRICK KENRICK. By the Crack of God and of the lloly See, Bishop oi Philadelphia. To the Clergy and Laity of the Diocess of Philadelphia: Venerable Brethren of the Clergy, and beloved Children of the Laity-. \ ielding to the repeated solicitations of ma'iiy, we have determined to undertake the erection of a Cathedral on the ground lately purchased by us adjoining the'Theological Seminary. The vicinity of this institution offers many inducements for the erection of the Church, both to afford to the Professors and Students the opportunity of practising the sacred ceremonies, and to give to the episcopal functions the becoming solemnity. The situation is otherwise highly suitable, being on the front of a large public square, and the ground is sufficiently spacious for the erection...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
foreign- Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

foreign- Summary. American Comforts in Hot W gather. It was terrifically hot on the afternoon of my arrival in Cincinnati,the thermometer being something like a hundred in the shade, t know not what the people would do in this broiling climate, if it were not for the profuse supply of ice and ice water. Then, superb drinks you get ! I have been through a course of cobbler, brandy, port, claret, and sherry and levelled in a mint julep, and other rare drinks, far superior to anything I ever imbibed elsewhere. But,by my halidome, a sherry cobbler is a nectar fit for the gods ; and the most eloquent descriptions will prove inadequate to convey a just idea of a compound so truly delicious. Some pounded sugar, about two table-spoonsful, is put into a large tumbler, a liberal supply of ice, pure as crystal, two wine glasses of tine sherry, lemon peel cut very thin, a large slice of pine apple at the top, and the whole violently shook up, or poured several times from one tumbler to another ...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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IMPORTANT TO THE CLERGY [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

IMPORTANT TO THE CLERGY At the request of a distinguished Catholic Clergyman, we lay the following document from the London Tablet, before our readers. '1 his will be followed up by a leader from the Tablet next week : A Translation o f the “ Proposed Decrees” for the English Missions, entitled Statuta Proposita, drawn up and sajictioned by his Holiness, Gregory XFI., about the Year 1838. [ The following interesting and curious document is reprinted from a pamphlet just published by Mr. Lundey] : J he Sacred Congregation L)e Propaganda Fide in accordance to its office, attending to the care of advancing and propagating the Catholic Faith in the regions of Britain, weighing moreover the urgency of the reasons which establish the persuasion that some regulations ought to be enacted for the greater good of religion in this kingdom, hath judged it fitting to ask in all parts of this matter the opinion and counsel of the right dignified the prelates who preside over these missions in the...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

D1 ED. At the Ursuline Convent, (iuehec, on Friday, the 3rd o July, 1.345, aged 63 years, the Reverend Mi thcr Siint Henry, iMviiv Louisa McLaloulin , utter foitv-six years profession as a Nun, which she tilled repeatedly the Olilce of Superior of the Convent, with the --feat >t a! iluy and that justice and prudence which secured her the confidence nnd esteem with which she was always honored. in Soifth Boston, on the 11th iust., Mary Ann, wifi? of John Mi llkn, aged 54, a native of co. Donegal, parish of Ruphoe, Ireland. In Salem, on We-dncsday, tlie bth hist., Mil. Christopher Nolan, aged 63 years, a native of county Meath, Ireland. NuMTVF.it of Deaths in this Cits, for the week end' ing July 11,-63. Males 35; Females 28; Stillborn 15. Causes: consumption 11; measles 8; intemperance 2; disease of the bowels 3; teething 2; do. heart 1; pnralysis2; convulsions 2; lung lever 2; scrofula 2; canker 1; delirium tremens 1; drowned I; typhus lever 2: pleurisy fever 2; inflammat...

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Correspondence. A "NUT” FOR THE N. .Y. FREEMAN'S JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

Correspondence. A "NUT” FOR THE N. .Y. FREEMAN'S JOURNAL New York , July Ath ) 1846. Mr. Editor:— An article in the free* man's Journal of this date, on the “Repeal of the Corn Laws,” winds up as folio tvs; “ Ireland’s present lender is s revolutionist by transition, not by violence; and in this lie dillers from man) of ilia predecessors, and some of his cotemporaries. We regret to have observed that some of our would-be Irish journals have lately all'ecled 1 6 be allocked,—-to have iheir dory patriotism sorely tested, —by the tameness and pusillanimity, forsooth, of O’Counell ns compared with the purposes which they ascribe, unfairly, we trust, to Wm» S. O'Brien. The shadow of such censure thrown out against Mr. O’Counell will not reach the top of his bool,—but we regret it nevertheless. He is a good muti, and a wise. lie sees revolution brought about by transition, which violence would have defeated, lie knows the spirit of his age and country—he understands the power and activity...

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HON. I. H. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

HON. I. H. WRIGHT. The following is an official copy of the opinion of the Board, as furnished by the Secretary of the Navy:— Nwy Department, ) June 23, 1846. ) Sin : In compliance With the request contained in your letter of the 19th instant, I trunsmit herewith a copy of the report or opinion of the Board of Officers appointed to investigate the allegations made against you. 1 atn, respectfully, vour ob't serv’t, (Signed) ' GEORGE BANCROFT. Isaac-Hull Wright, Esq., Boston. Opinion of the Board of Officers, Convened at the Navy Yard, Boston, May 9th, 1846, for the purpose of investigating charges against Isaac Hull Wright, Esq, Navy Agent. “Tuesday, June 2d, 1846, the Board met pursuant to adjournment, present as yesterday. The Board is aware that the investigation nas occupied much time, and excited much more interest than the importance of the case would seem to demand. But it does not see how, in justice to the accused party, and credit to the government, it could well lie avoid...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

General Intelligence. An Immense Gun. The largest piece of ordnance cast, it is said, has just been turned out at Alger’s foundry, South Boston. It is heavier by 5000 pounds than the “ Peacemaker.” The weight of the gun when finished, w ill be 25,000 pounds. Length, ten feet ; diameter, at the base ring, 39 inches ; length of chamber, 13 inches; diameter of chamber, 9 inches; length of bore 9 feet 1 inch; diameter of bore 12 inches. Will carry 239 pounds of round shot, and 180 pounds of shell. — Range of shot or shell 4£ miles—being a quarter of a mile greater than the recorded performance of the largest and latest invented mortar in England, and half a mile beyond the reach of any gun in the Castle of San Juan do Ulloa. A street fight recently occurred in Louisville between Mr. Hughes, one of the editors of the Democrat, and Mrt Haldentan, the editor of the Courier, a Native paper, which abuses the editor’s own Dutch ancestors. As might have been expected, the Kentuckian made “a ca...

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

Correspondence. Monastery, Clifden, Co.. Galway, ) Ireland, June, bth, ’4t}. 5 To the Editor oj' the Boston Pitot: Dear Sir, —May I request, as a particular favor, thut you will find space for these lines, in your truly worthy and widely circulated paper, as I know there is no other so generally read in the many parts of America through which I have been lately travelling, I therefore deem it the most efficient medium to convey to all my friends, and benefactors there, my heartfelt thanks for the many favors they have conferred on me, during my sojourn amongst them, and to assure them that they will not be forgotten by our community. I am now returned to my native laud, K the Emerald Isle,) and to solitude, which was always dear to me. But when I was compelled to go abroad and appeal to the generous and noble-hearted in America, they received me with that benevolence which always exists wherever a son of Erin is to be found, and to which th is Monastery Chapel and extensive freescho...

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

WASHINGTON. ALPHA. July oth, 1346. J 1 wicked Clergyman — Fourth of July at Georgetown College, §'c., fyc. It is astonishing what an amount of charity some of our Protestant friends have, when it is to be exercised in behalf of one of the members of their own denomination. You have heard of the “unfortunate delinquency ” of a certain Lutheran miuister, who hails from these pails. The charges against him are certainly “ of the most revolting character,” yet "even now they are only mentioned in a whisper, and you would perhaps never have heard any thing of them, but for the independence of the correspondent of the “ Baltimore Sun,” who fears not to report any thing and everything which comes under his observation, no matter how unpalatable it may be to the taste of a certain portion of the community. I heard of the affair time enough to have advised you of it, in my last letter, but with us ’tis far better “ to hide a brother’s shame,” than to publish it. But if a Catholic priest had ...

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ST. MARY’S SEMINARY, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

ST. MARY’S SEMINARY, Baltimore, July 6, 1846. Dear Sir — Thinking that you would be much pleased at any thing in the way of church news, but particularly of conversions to our Holy Faith, I concluded to apprise you of an interesting and impressive ceremony which took place on Sunday, the 5th instant. It was none other than that of the reception of a deacon (Mr. Wad ham, of Ticonderoga, New-York,) of the Protestant Episcopal Church into the fold of Christ, by the Very Rev. Dr. Deluol, D. D., of St. Mary’s Chapel, Baltimore. The gentleman above mentioned after having graduated at one of the New-Eng-land colleges (if I recoilent right) entered the Protestant Episcopal Seminary, of the city of New-York, where he was a fellow student of Mr. Cary, whose conduct caused not a little excitement in the Episcopal Church some time since. Here he remained until sent by his bishop on the mission to his native town, or its neighborhood, where he has labored for the past three years, having won the...

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FLORENCE, ALABAMA, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

FLORENCE, ALABAMA, June, 26th, 1846. P. Donahoe, Es<*.— Dear Sip.—Enclosed I send you a three dollar bill, on the Hank of '1 cnnessee, my subscription for the Pilot, the present year. I requested our Post-master to give me a receipt for the nmoiinf, and let you draw on the Postoffice in Boston, hut he refused to do so, and I was compelled to send such funds ns we have in circulation. I presume it will be at a discount in your city. I am much gratified to find you still unfaltering in your advocacy of the cause of poor suffering Ireland; go on my worthy friend and cheer the desponding, let us never despair of success whilst engaged in a righteous, a holy cause, the liberation of our native land from the yoke of a foreign tyrant. It is becoming every day more evident that Irishmen must right their own wrongs ; England will never award them justice, that must be obtained at the point of the bayonet, they need hope for it in no other way, the experience of six hundred years o...

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SUGAR GROVE, OHIO, [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

SUGAR GROVE, OHIO, June 81st, 1846. To Patrick Donahoe, Esq., Editor Pilot: Dear Sir —I trust you will excuse me for not writing to you sooner. I receive the Pilot regularly every Wednesday morning at this office ; it is a welcome visitor to me and if you would stop it I would lose one half of my consolation, though I deserve it in not being more punctual in paying, as I owe two years subscription now, but, sir, circumstances altered my position in life or I would have paid ere this, I will do so as soon as 1 possibly can ; 1 do not wish to appear on the black list and I trust will not. The Pilot is read, and liked well here by my sectarian neighbors and they like its independent position, though not the faith it advocates. If I pity a hypocrite at all, 1 would the so-call-ed Christian Alliance, at your hands, for the last six months; 1 should think such a lying rag should meet with no support from any white man : sir, please inform me if it’s published by men professing to be white...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

A FARM K K WANTED. I would pay n moderate hji I .try to mi industrious, careful Kar>incr with a small family to reside oil my farm, three fourths of n mile from this villgae. 1 would allow lum a free house mid the use of one cow on the premises, with limiteil privilegesof keepiQg swine, planting, <i-c. None but a Fanner of temperate habits, a man of good inoral character, good health, and great industry, acquainted with preparing eomimsl manures, anil heretofore accustomed to cultivate the earth, is desired. One that is seekin* a permanent home for himself and family would he preferred, a man tlßi can always find somethin* to do, is faithful to the Interest of his employer ami capable of setting himself and others to work. Many such there are, to whom tliis privilege would he a blessing. None need apply without evidence of the qualifications—respectable reference* will he required—and all applications in writing must be post-paid. BARNABAS PALMER. Kennehunk, Ma...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

JM’CRACKIX, LICENTIATE APOTHE- • CARY, lately from Ireland, begs to announce that he has opened a Drug Store at 100 Sea street, Boston, where the strictest personal attention will be paid to the compounding or Physicians’ Prescriptions, and Dis pensing Family Medicines. Mu. M’Crackiv will guarantee that his medicines are all genuine, and of a very superior quality to those dispensed at a certain establishment in the vicinity. _my T VI’C. ARNAULT, SILVERSMITH, 22 • South Russell street, respectfully informs the members of the Catholic Clergy, that he manufactures at moderate terms, every article for the Church’s use, such as Chalices, Cjboriums, Oslensoriums, lloly Water l’ots, Censors, Pi\es, OH Boxes, Lamps, Ac, in silver or plated. All articles made according to the latest patterns, and warranted superior in solidity to any imported. Orders sent to Mr. Donahoe, or 22 South Russell street. ap2j HU I<;VE AM) LAR, DR. DAVENPORT Oculist and Physician, has removed to No. 2 8...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

Notice* of this kind inserted four times for §l. INFORMATION WANTED, Of MARGARET MEADE, wife of Thomas Fit7.sernlil, and native of Askeaton, co. Limerick. She landed in Quebec six years ago, and resided, when last heard of, iu Rochester, N.Y. Her brother, Daniel hleade, working on tlie Central Rail Road, near Burlington, Vt, is most anxious to hear from her. jylB—4t It Of JOHN BUTLER, formerly of Bath mountain, co. Cork, who has been thirteen years in this country. \Vhen last heard from he was iu Chicago, Illinois. Any information respecting him w ill be thankfully received by his sister, Ellen Butler, addressed to her, in care of Mr. Michael Lee, No. M Bread st, Boston, Ms. jylb—4t IT Of MARGARET TIMLIN, who emigrated to Quebec six years ago. She is a native of co. Mayo, parish of Down feeney. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by her brother, Patrick Timlin, Mount Savage, Alleghany Comity, Maryland. jyll—4t Ot JOHN COLLINS, a native of the city of Cork. Whe...

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Ireland. THE LIMERICK DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

Ireland. THE LIMERICK DEMONSTRATION. William Smith O’Brien, Es«t., M. P., continued —I made myself inconvenient to the minister; I earned the displeasured' every section of political parties in England; and that senate which in 1845 thought fit not to notice my “contempt” in refusing to serve on English or Scotch railways, seized the happy opportunity of consigning to n dungeon a man whose interference in parliament did not much tend to facilitate the progress of English misgovernment in this country (cheers and laughter.) I do not believe they would have taken this step had they foreseen what would he its effect on the Irish people. Little as they are in the habit of consulting your wishes, 1 do not think they would have ventured to provoke the indignation of the whole Irish people by an act which had neither law nor reason to justify it (hear.) They believed they could effectually crush me as a public man. They probably thought they could crush my spirit, and it is possible they e...

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THE SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

THE SOIREE. In a spacious hall supported bj pillars —gorgeously decorated for the occasion—the evening festival was held. The approach to it for a considerable distance was covered over with laurels, and the ample folds of a white Hag at every wave, ere you entered, told the motto of the men there—“repeal and no surrender. 5 ’ In the hall several transparencies and paintings belonging to the temperance societies and trades were hung in various places against the walls, among which were the portraits of her Majesty and Prince Albert, and between them the Limerick Arms. These were placed behind the chair, opposite to which, at the lower end of the room, were three figures of iron work —the letters V. 11., and a star surrounding a harp between them. These were bored foipipwards of GOO jets of gas, and when lighted presented a most brilliant appearance. Immediately over the chair were several ornaments and devices. At the lower end of the hall an orchestra was erected for the band, and ...

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PRESIDENT POLK. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

PRESIDENT POLK. THE PILOT. SATURDAY. JULY 18. 184(5. Th ree weeks ago, we promised to return to the subject of Mr. Polk’s policy, and exhibit some of the manceuvres and master-strokes by which he has managed matters of the most serious and ticklish description, since his election. We are the more disposed to do so, as is he likely to become, after O’Connell, the great man of the century, at least of the middle of it. Napoleon and Wellington belonged to its commencement ; and of all who since seemed to give promise of leaving their footsteps well defined upon the highway of history, there are none whose success has been satisfactory, except our own nondescript hero, —half martyr, half conqueror, —a man of strife, yet an apostle of peace—a lion, who lies down with the lamb—our O’Connell, whose wary and successful movements, his wanton heed and giddy cunning, puzzle and astonish his cotempories as much as they will excite the admiration of posterity. All the rest have dropped, or are d...

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