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MEMOIR OF THE LATE REV. R. DAVYS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

MEMOIR OF THE LATE REV. R. DAVYS. This lamented gentleman,whose premature death we noticed in our last, was born in the year 1808, at Mount Davys, co. Longford, Ireland. His parents were pious and respectable, and, having discovered his vocation for the Holy Ministry at an early period, they placed him in the College of Maynooth when he was fourteen. In 1880, he received his ordination at the hands of the venerable and gifted Bishop O'Higgins. For twelve years from that period, his life was marked by devotion to the sacred work to which his energies were consecrated; and he became noted for the power and unction of his ministerial labors. Next to the spiritual care of his charge, the cause of his oppressed country stimulated his zeal; and he powerfully contributed to infuse into the electors of the County Longford that independence and purity in the exercise of the franchise, and that unconquerable firmness in demanding their civil rights, which distinguish the Irish people. When th...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MEMOIR OF THE REV. P. V. PLUNKET. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

MEMOIR OF THE REV. P. V. PLUNKET. Tramtitr! from yew Orleans P-opagateur Catholitur for tke Huston Pilot. Mr. Plunket was horn in Ireland, in the county of Roscommon, in May 1815. His desire for the things of God induced him, while yet very young, to enter one of the houses of the Benedictines in England, lie passed his noviciate in an edifying manner, until causes independent both of himself and his superiors constrained him to quit thut house. It was then he determined to go to Baltimore, and he entered the seminar}', where he became esteemed for his love of study, his piety, and strictness, while the sweetness and humility of his temper made him beloved by all who knew him. But the severity of the climate at Baltimore soon developed in him the germ of that disease which has been preying on him nearly ten years; and, by the advice of his superiors, he determined to make trial of the milder climate of Louisiana. Being furnished with excellent recommendations, he was received with p...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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REV. N. COLVER AND MR. C. W. DENNISON. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

REV. N. COLVER AND MR. C. W. DENNISON. A pamphlet, which has been lutely published in Boston, attracted our attention, quite accidentally, the other week. As it throws some light on the surprising fact of Giustiniani and his indecencies obtaining patronage in Boston, we will say a few words about it, and its history. It will be remembered that Rev. N. Culver occupied the chair at Giustiniani’s obscene lectures, and that the other ministers who appeared on the platform to countenance and support the indecent proceedings were all Baptists. The fact was by no means creditable to that denomination. This pamphlet presents a similar illustration of the popular Baptist character. Mr. Dennison undertook, a few years ago, to establish a Seaman’s Bethel in Boston, and conduct its ministrations. He was a Baptist; and an association was formed in that community, to support him in his undertaking: it was called a “Baptist Bethel Union.” But Mr. Dennison, alter some time, got into pecuniary embar...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

Business Department. THE BOSTON PILOT 18 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED DY TIIE PROPRIETOR, PATRICK DONAIIOE, On every Saturday morning, at No 1 Spring Lane, near Washington Street, iioston, Mass. TERMS... .42.50—if paid within three months from the time of subscribing—otherwise 43 will be charged. 41 >5O for six months. Four months $l. ID* Letters not post-paid (except from Agent*) are not released from tile Post-office. (D*Can any friend in Cunuda informs us where Willium Uurke lives* 3t Our Western Friends. We would inform our numerous friends in the western part of New York, that Mr. John Macauly has started on a collecting tour for us. Wc hope our friends iu arrears will be ready to settle with him. tf A Postmaster cannot refuse to send money to a.publisher, iu the form prescribed by law. Should any refuse, we wish our agents or subscribers to inform us of it. James Jefferson, to whom we have sent our paper since May 15, IM3, has ceased taking the paper from the postoffice at...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

MARKET Boston Market— July 15. Flow aiulr.a $4 ® 4.12; Baltimore, com. 4 st, 4.12 iffi 4.1 b; Fredericksburg 4.00; 4.31; do. fancy brands 4.37 <© 5.00; tic do. evtra 4.50; Michigan 4.2 j fa) 4.37; i ladelphia 3.87 (8) 4.00. Brighton Market —Monday, Ju Beef Cattle,*2a Cows and Calves, 31 and about 420 Swine. Cattle at mat Price*. Beef Cattle—First qua! itv s.oo—third quality 4 r® 4.50. Working Oxen— Sales not noticed Cows and Calves—Sales were mat 42.50. Sheep and Lambs—Dull. Sales i 2.13 (a) 2.50, and quite a number oust Swine—Sales old hogs at 4J, and 1 —At retail from to 7. N.B. About 100 head of Cattle re: notices of this kind visertedfi INFORMATION V Of NICHOLAS OWENS, a nativ of Balintampel. Any information ri thankfully received by sending a lett tilers, Pulrick, Thomas, or James O McKinny. Reading. Berks Countv, 1 oi martin murphy, son of! Murphy, ofco. Kilkenny, parish of came to this country about 20 years i from was in Richmond Hill, Upper posed now to be in the...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

JOHN HERD MAX .V CO United States and Great ttritai GKAMT PASSAGE OFFICE, N| New Vork. Iif.RDMAN, KEEN A. Aud by their Huts tun Agent, >IK. Ml »t the Catholic Bookstore, Federal s old Stand. Passage to and from Great Britain i crpool and Loudon, by the regular ua the Ist, oth, Utli, luth, gist, and Ailii from Liverpoo, and to and from Loi and Kith ot each mouth. The Livei comprised of the following superior a • ttIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHIP Independence, Allen, 150 llenry I Waterloo, Allen, IUUU Fidelia Ilottinguer, Bundey, 993 Roscim Europe, Furber, 630 Aslibur John K. kiddy,Skidd), 96U New \ Siddnn*. Cobh, 80a Liverp Shenandoah, West, 800 Vorkil Sheridan, Conish, 895 Canibi Patrick Hetuy, Delano, 891 Virgin Rochester, liritton, 115 Oxford Garrick, Trask, 695 Monte* Stephen Whitney, Thompson, 68 Upeen of the West, Woodhouse, lloi The Conimereial Line is comprised which will be despatched from Livei year, in regular succession: snips. captains. ship Sea, Edwards, Cahota St....

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

.w-tsSfi. Wi i.i/iA ms & guion’ PASSAGE OFFICE. .1/ift.l rB4(i. Passage from Grtat Britaii Subscribers beg leave to inlbna tliust iug lor their friends, that they have arrangements for the year IM6, for bri from England, Ireland, and Scptlat manner, and on the most reasonable l packets, sailing every five days tliroug by other first class American slops, most experienced masters in the tra port every week. Their agents at Liverpool will atten embarkation of all passengers engag and at their agencies. They are deli tlier money nor expense to promote t venience of their passengers; and to c into effect, they wish to announce l their otiice will reside in Liverpool i the purpose of forwarding the passent on their arriving at that port, which ' sibihlv of delay or expense that emigr: that place. When persons sent for ue< full amount paid for their passage, wi! dialely. With these superior arrangements to give every satisfaction, they hope f that business which has...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

Roc he, brothers a. MEATS FOR 1S HI Item sage to uud/rom Great Britain and l Ball, or Old Line aj Liverpool Backet York and Liverpool on the Ist and I And by Eirst Class American Ships, i Persons sending to the “Old Uouut can imike the necessary arrangement) and have them brought out in any of prising the black ball, or Old i.iue t 'sailing from Liverpool on the Island also by First Class Ships, sailing ft which our Agents, Messrs. Jame there will see are sent out without dt Should those sen I for not come out, funded without any deduction. The black ball, or Old Line of Livt prise the following mugniflreul ships Liverpol on their regular appointed and The FIDELIA, EUROPE, NEW YORK, AMERICAN, YORKSHIRE, CAMBRIDGE, OXFORD, MONTEZUMA Ist .lan. 16th “ Ist Feb. lath “ Ist Mar. 16th Ist April. mutvitiiiiviA, 16th “ i Notice. It is well known that tl the very best conveyance for perse friends, and as other Passenger Age out pnssengersdiy that Line, thcPutil titled by order of the OWNERS t...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

ri>Al'!sCOTT’S GENERAL I EiCES, 1 o South slieet, con New York,*and ln> Waterloo Hoad, i meats Jor i»4u< In calling alteui meals lor lalo, the subscrtliers cun pleasure they leel in acknowledging cess they have met with during the t assure their friends and the public oft Canada, that the same untiring inuust lion to the eotniort of those entrusted purpose of being conveyed across the guineti lor their House such wide spre their coustaiil study to sustuin. The subscribers are Agents consists ol the EIU-OOL I'ACKEIS, viz: Uueen or tub West, (new), 125 P. Woodhouse, sails from New \ ork, Sept Usi; troni Liverpool, March mu, SuehidaN, lido tons, Copt. 0- B. Cc Jun gnlll, May guilt, Sept guilt; troni L July lllh, Nov illli. Koouesteu, loot) tons, Capt. John Vork Feb gist, June tilst, Oct gist; fr 6th, Aug util, Lee util. Garrick, Hbd tons, Capt. li. J. H. ' Feb L'uili, June uith, Oct goth; from L Aug lull, liec Uth. lloriTkot eh, UjO tons, Capt. Iraß Mar...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 18 July 1846

GStt KKIiOCK’S GEN ERAL EMIGRATION • OFFICE, 35* feck Slip, New iork. Arrangementsjor 1 8 >u. The Subscriber begs leave to iiitbrni Ilia Friends ami the Public, that he has opened mi Oilmens above, ill conjunction \\ ith his Old Established House ill Liverpool, and hopes, from Ins being long mid favorably known in the trade, to be able to give “satistaclion to nil parties wishing to emigrate to or from the “Old Country,” having alt 1,01 LAR LINE Oh THE lINEST PACKET SHIPS, SAILING WEEKLY, viz: St. Patrick, John A. Skiddy, Ohio, Liberty, Niagara, Europe, Adirodack, Panthe, Hottinguor, John Paring, Cincinnati, Eutaw, South Carolina, Oronoco, Isaac Allerton, Jus 11. Shepherd. Samuel liicks, Rappahannock, Kalamazoo, Tarlinta, St. Lawrence, Mouticello, l.eopard, May Flower, Any pei-sons w ishing to engage passage lor their friends, may depend upon having every attention paid them in Liverpool. When purties settling for passage decline coming out, the money w ill be immediately...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

BOSTON PILOT. I»ATUICK DOXAHOE, EDITOR. BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT - LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S, AND TRUTH'S. < OFFICE, I < No. 1, Si'iUNO Lane. ) s2.stf::::2n Boston, Saturiaij, 3uhj 25, 133t6. ibhtmc 9::::3fcr. 39.

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AN INVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

AN INVITATION. A YANKEE. Friends to Freedom ! is’t not time That your course were shaped at length ? Wherefore stund ye loitering here 7 Seek some healthier, holier clime, Where your souls may grow in strength, And whence Love hath exiled Fear! Europe. —Southron, Saxon, Celt, — Sits alone, in tattered rohe. In our days she hums with none Of the lightning-life she felt When Rome shook the troubled globe Twenty centuries agone.. Q*utscliland sleeps: her star hath waned. France, the Thu idress whilome, now Singeth small, with bated breath. Spain is bleeding. Poland chained ; Italy can but groan and vow. Eugland iietli sick to death.* Cross with me the Atlantic’s foam, And your genuine gaol is won. Purely Freedom’s breezes blow, Merrily Freedom’s children roam, • By the daedal Amazon, And the glorious Ohio ! Thither take not gems and gold. Nought from Europe’s rohber-hoards Must profaue the Western- Zones. Thither take ye spirits bold, Thither take ye ploughs and swords, And your father...

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ERIN OF THE STREAMS. TUNE—Crusken L[?]an. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

ERIN OF THE STREAMS. TUNE—Crusken L[?]an. NATION. You ask me then to sin" ; Come, your wine and goblets bring, I’ve a toast that shall light up your eyes— It is my Country’s name, With her proud and holy fame— Here’s to Erin of the Streams —then arise—then arise ! Here’s to Erin of the Streams—then arise ! When last our proud Flag rose, To strike ruin on our foes, Midst the ranks of that foe did it fall. Next time our hands unfold This dear Flag of green and gold, O’er a Nation shall it wave—lov’d by all—lov'd by all! O’er a Nation shall it wave, loved by all! Then fill your goblets high, And drink )our bumpers dry, Sure souls like our own shall be free ! Of Love let others sing, Among us this toast shall ring— Here’s to Erin of the Streams—drink with me—drink with me ! Here’s to Erin of the Streams —drink with me—- drink with me! Tyler Guards.. This is the name of a splendid volunteei company, in honor of ex-president Tyler, recently formed in Philadelphia. The Company is almost ex...

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For the Ladies. ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM TO CHRISTIAN WOMEN. HOMILY 90TH ON ST. MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

For the Ladies. ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM TO CHRISTIAN WOMEN. HOMILY 90TH ON ST. MATHEW. (Translated for the Catholic Advocate .) O ye therefore, Christian wives and maidens, that are so fond of wearing gold and gilt ornaments in your attire, if you have any desire to share in the favors of the women of the gospel, and to have rank among the bosom friends of the heavenly Spouse, renounce pomp and vanity, set aside all those useless and superfluous attires, and adorn your interior with the gems which are the only valuable ones—with true and solid virtues. Pray, what is the use and utility of all your jewels and of your richly decorated garments ? They are, say you, a cause of satisfaction and of enjoyment to the mind. Why, I ask, for the benefit and you tell me but of the damage they cause; for there is nothing more pernicious than finding pleasure in and being fond of the ornaments of vanity—this is a servitude the more dangerous as you have a liking for it. How can a woman who delights i...

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RESTORATION OF THE HIERARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

RESTORATION OF THE HIERARCHY. From, the Tablet. The document of which we have lately | published an English translation, and of so I much as relates to the Home Mission, the Latin original—we mean, of course, the Statula Proposita —has naturally awaken- 1 ed the attention of our readers to the very important subjects of which that document treats. Without this publication the matter had already permanently, and for h long time, ! occupied the thoughts, hopes, wishes, and i fears of very many in this country and elsewhere. As to England, if there were ! no other evidence of the fact, a document that we published three or four yegrs ago, I which explained the organization of a so- j ciety of English Priests, for promoting the establishment amongst us of a regular Hierarchy would be amply demonstrative. We have no need to refer to more secret discontents, uneasiness, or wishes for change among men eminent or respectable in the sacred character of Priest. The notorious public demonstrat...

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Irish Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

Irish Parliament. The meeting of the 22d of June was presided over by John Augustus O’Neil, Esq. The rent was £lO7, 6s, 7d. Meeting of the 29th. —At one o’clock Mr. Smith O’Brien, entered the Hall, and was received with the most enthusiastic and prolonged applause—Mr. Maher, M. P., Mr. H. Grattan, M. P., and Maurice O’Connell, M. L\, wero also received in the most flattering manner. The chair was then taken by Alderman Gavin, (Dublin,) who returned thanks for the honor conferred upon him in a brief but appropriate manner. Mr. Rat then read the minutes of last meeting. M. O’Connell, M. P.,who, on rising, was greeted with loud cheers, read the following letter from the Liberator which was received with loud and long continued cheers : "London, Saturday, tilth June, 1846. t: Mv Dear Sir—lreland is the battle field upon which another administration has been discomfited and dispersed. It has been found, not only a difficulity, but an actual impossibility to continue the misgovernment of ...

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THE WEATHER—THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

THE WEATHER—THE CROPS. Roscommon. After some weeks of the hottest weather that has been known for many years, we have had a seasonable fall of rain, which will, no doubt have a beneficial ettect onjhe late crops and pastures. We are happy to say that front personal observation and extensive enquiries no disease has appeared in the potato crop in this county, and that the crops are looking well.— Tuam Herald. Galway. During the last few days, and Friday night in particular, we have had some heavy showers. The crops look well in consequence, and we have not as yet heard of any complaints as to the excess of moisture. The atmosphere is still heavy, but the burning heat experienced a few days since seems totally abated.—Galtcau I indicator. Limerick. There is no complaint whatever of the condition of the growing potato crop in this county. The crop is very forward, healthy, and productive in every instance.— Limerick Chronicle. Waterford. We had some fine showers of ram here on Wednesda...

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Arrival of the Great Britain. THREE DAYS LATER. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

Arrival of the Great Britain. THREE DAYS LATER. The Grert Britain arrived off Sandy Hook at 12 o’clock on Monday night. She left Liverpool at 9 o’clock P. M., on the 7th iust., thus making the passage in 13 days, S hours. The New Premier. Lord John Russell has addressed his constituents. He makes the following allusion to Ireland:— Our recent discussions have laid bare the misery, the discontent, and the outrages of Ireland ; they are too clearly authenticated to he denied—too extensive to he treated by any but the most comprehensive measures. Secession. The Rev. John George \\ enham, 8.A., demy of Magdelene, College, is announced as having apostatised to the church of Rome. Mr. Wenharn | was recently sent out to Colombo as chaplain ; his Romanistic opinions were well known previous to his departure from England.— Church and State Gazette. Italy. The London Times has letters from Rome to the 26th ult., in which it is stated that the new Pope’s Cabinet was tormed in the most satisfac...

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