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

The Church. More Conversions. —Our files by the Cambria furnish us with the following particulars : The Rev. E. Horne, Vicar of St. Lawrence, Southampton, has resigned his preferment and entered the Roman Catholic Church. The names of more than one hundred converts from the upper ranks of society have been announced since the autumn of last year. About fifty are connected with Oxford University; with Cambridge, not more than fifteen or twenty. Nearly one half the number are clergymen of the establishment.—* Morning Post. At the ordination held on Ember-days, at the Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary, Oscott, sixteen gentlemen were admitted to orders—of whom ten had previously boon clergymen of the establishment. The brother of a certain Archdeacon,* who has avowed that he has no objection j to concede a primacy to the Pope of Rome, I and who has for some years been an active | promoter of the opinion of Dr. Pusey and ! Mr. Newman, has also seceded to Mr. Newman's “ portion of the vin...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846
Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

rj EMOVAL. JOHN J. M’GOWAN, APOTHEf'.iRK, has removed to No. 04 Bench nirwl, between South and Sea street*, Boston Jan J rOTICE. PATRICK McI.AUGHLIN’S HOARDING HOUSE, No. 45 Federal street, where he can accommodate a few young men with Board on the Likewise his BOOT A- SHOE STORE, lowest terms. „ w „, cr oneic. o / unr,. No. So Broad street, wtiere he keeps a large slock on hand and sells as low as any in Boston. jy4 Kom ! l *V V(; r K V. X V RK VT im iT VI N7 ik» r J i or Vive 1 ouiklh :ind upward*, at one ilhv’h t for sale m heretofore at No. 50 rotate St„ no stairs by JOHN G. WARD & CO., who have succeeded to the business of 8. G. W. & 00., entrance at the drat door in Exchange Alley. Jan 3 JKEILLIi 40 Carmine street, corner of Redr • ford, fitvi York, DAMP »ANVEACTUIIER,> >ANVEACTU11ER, lias on hand a constant supply ot Lamps, Lanterns, Globes, Glasses, Wicks, and Cainphene, at the lowest market prices. A liberal discount given to th...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

m OOJVEY’S HISTORY OF IRELAND! opinions of Diis tin avis hed scholars ON THE WORK. ARCHBISHOI* MACHALE, OF Tuam.—" It is a vast and varied work, replete with erudi* tion embracing the ancient as well as modern history of Ireland, and animated with a national spirit which diffuses life and energy throughout the entire volume. Your disquisitions on the native language and music of Ireland are admirable and well calculated to enhance the estimation of the one and the other among our hundred colonies in America.”— Letter to Author, Feast of the Epiphiny, 1846. BISIIOI* FENWICK, of Boston.— “l unhesitatingly any that it has given me more information of poor oppressed Ireland, than any work I had ever read before ; to qay nothing of the exquisite pleasure and delight I derived from its well written pages. It is truly a great work and one I shull rejoice to see in the hands of every Irishmau, and of every native born citizen of America.”— Letter to the Author, November 24, 1845. BISHOP HIT...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

their true light, and I sincerely,hope, as I fully believe, that your exertions will not so unrewarded.”— Letter to the Author , December 8, 1845. The lxte JAMES HOBAN, E«q., of Washington—a Catholic.—" Wliat I have read of it has given me great satisfaction. It cannot but tend to add to the great glory of the Irish nation, by calling attention to the memorials of her history, and to the lives and career of her eminent men. The part of it which brings down her latter history to the present day, is of peculiar Interest Asa repository of iutbrmatiou respecting Irish affairs, it is a monument of great labor. I firmly believe that it will tend to increase an American attachment lo the Irish character, and that it deserves the patronage of all who are proud of seeing that character widely spread, and proper)’ appreciated.”— Letter to the Author, January oth, lt>4s. • Doctor HOUSTON of tub “ Washington Union” —a Protestant. —"lie had been one of the first to welcome to the shor...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

Notices of this kind inserted four times for SI. INFORMATION WANTED. Of CATHERINE KEVNEY, wife to Michael Nolan, a native ot parish ol Kilgavin, townhmd of Stronkestown, co. Roscommon, who left home on thetfth of August, 1>44, lor Vpper Canada. Any inliirmation respecting them will be .thankfully received by her sister, Margaret Ivevney, w lie to 1 nomas Laiigaii. Address letters in care of Patrick Bolger, boston, Ms, lor Mrs Langau. jyai—ItTf Ot EDWARD ATHY, formerly of Ballvmneourty, co. Galway, who arrived in America in April, 1b43. He lived in Salem, Ms, fur some time, left there in the fall of 1844 and has not since been heard from by his friends. Anv iniormation respecting will be thankfully received by his first cousin, John E. Alhy, South Danvers, Ms. jv2t>-4tH Of MICHAEL KAiiIIITT and BRIDGET, his wife, (whose maiden name was McLaughlin; formerly of Mount Bellew, co. Galwuy. They emigrated to America in 1841 and have nut been heard from since by any of...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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Arrival of the Cambria. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

Arrival of the Cambria. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER NEWS. Important —Passage of the Corn Bill in the Lords—Defeat of the Coercion Bill and Resignation of Mijiisters—Election of a Pope—Letter from O'Connell on the present aspect of Affairs — Remarkable Speech of Sir Robert Peel in relation Ireland—More Conversions to Catholicity, <S-c. The steamship Cambria, Captain Judkins, from Liverpool, 4th inst., via Halifax, arrived here on the 17th inst, in thirteen days. The Cambria brings one hundred and twenty-two passengers. The news is of more than usual interest. The Corn bill had passed the House of Lords, and had become a law; the Peel Ministry had been defeated in the House of Commons on the Irish Coercion Bill, and had resigned; and anew Whig Cabinet had been formed, with Lord John Russell at its head. The Hibernia arrived out on the 28th ult., twelve days from Boston, with the news of the settlement of the Oregon question. This was received with general satisfaction, and the speec...

Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
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THE TRIAL OF THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

THE TRIAL OF THE NATION. THE PILOT. SATURDAY. JULY 25, 1846. The Star of Ireland is culminating. A few months ago it was Peel’s purpose to j crush her: he thought to conciliate the) English by repealing the Corn Law, and then reconcile the Tories by coercing Ireland. If the Freetraders had possessed a little more influence with the British populace, and the Irish Tories been a little more important in the estimation of their English brethren, he might have effected his purpose. And if the Association had been a little timid and a little supine, he would certainly have effected his purpose. But he has failed, and now we have the three parties, Tories, Conservatives und Whigs running a dead heat towards “Justice for Ireland,” each of them terribly frightened at the idea of being left behind. The old system of “English conquest” and “Protestant ascendancy” is a sinking ship, a stoved boat, a bomb-ketch on fire; “Out of her, for your lives, and God help the hindmost,” is the word on all...

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

SILVIO PELLICO. Few of our readers have not heard of Pellico. The great interest which the world has taken in his life nnd writings, makes every thing connected with him a subject of public attention. The publication of a history of the Society of Jesus by an eminent French writer, M. Cretineau Joly, has given to Pellico an opportunity of expressing his sentiments on that vexed question of Europe, the Jesuits. His observations would seem to have been going the round of the French papers,as we find them in the Propagateur Catholique without any account of their first appearance. We translate the article as quoted in that paper:— “ It is a great advantage to historians to write upon subjects that are stupendous and striking. Many of their readers enjoy the strong and exquisite delight afforded by taking an interest in events and persons, as the history unfolds itself, and the virtuous achievements of its higher characters appear; and even those readers who do not feel t hat sort of sy...

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

REVIEW. JAS. RYDER, President. Thornbkbiiy Abbey, a tale of the times. Dunigan, Netr-York. 1 li is is one of a series of Catholic tales under the name of the Home Library. They are adapted, and, we believe, intended to suit the capacity of young persons ; and the present volume is equal to its predecessors which have all been very successful. The subject is the sayings and doings, the intrigues, agitations, parties/and divisions in an English parish for some twenty years, sketched in outline. The story gives us the establishment of a second church, with a large congregation of evangelicals, and an inconceivable courage and generalship among the women, on the one side. On the other, it delineates the gradual progress of the more amiable characters from orthodoxy through High-church-ism and Puseyism, love and absence, uncertainty and reassurance, to Rome and matrimony. The theology is not very profound, nor the dialogue racy, nor the plot skillfully made up ; but the story has the mer...

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

INTEMPERANCE. We regret to say, that intemperance is fearfully on the increase in this city. We are sorry for this. We think a good deal ot it is owing to the increase of dram shops, and the keeping of such places open on Sundays, as it is upon this day that most of the cases of drunkenness occur. For the credit of those who labor in the city we would say that much of the intemperance occurs among those who come in from the country. What is to he doner Let everyone of these places be closed on Sunday. Those who keep them open are culpable in the eyes of God and man for the crimes committed by all to whom they sell the poisonous drug. We have been led to these remarks, from the frequency of rows, assaults, &.c, committed in this city, some accounts of which we subjoin from the Post: — Riotous attack on the city marshal and his officers. There was a serious disturbance and interference with the police on Sunday evening in Hamilton street, in the course of which Mr. Marshal...

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

Correspondence. BROOKLYN. W. July 21st, 1846. Dear Sir: —This city, the second in the Empire State, and one of the most beautiful, healthy, and thriving cities in the Union, contuins a population of sixty thousand inhabitants, among whom are about twelve thousand sons of the Emerald 1 Isle, who are more distinguished for their j morality, poverty, sobriety and industry,! than any other class of citizens. It is called the “city of churches,” few,' if any, have a better claim to the title. ! There are four Catholic churches and thir-ty-eight other churches, chapels and meet-ing-houses. The Catholic churches are attended by as learned, eloquent and zealous clergymen as any in the diocese. They have exalted the religion and character of our countrymen in the estimation of the most prejudiced, and are now exert- ; ing themselves to make the rising youths models for future generations, making j them an honor to their parents and their [ country, “training them up in the way I they should ...

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

Clippings. The Devil among the Ministers. William S. Douglas, freewill baptist preacher, has been bound over at Springtield, Me., on the monstrous charge of violating two of his own daughters. Fatal Accident. Thursday afternoon, 16th inst, an liishman named John Smith, who was ut work on the Middlesex mill in i Lowell, was instantly killed. He was wheeling brick along a plunk in the sixth ! story, and run the barrow off the plank, ! and fell with it the whole distance to the lower floor, striking his head against a beam as he fell. During a recent storm near Louisville, a large tree, about two feet in diameter, was blown down, in which was found about 150 pounds of musket balls. They were supposed to have been placed there by some Frenchmen who were captured by the Indians on their way from Fort Duquesne in 1754 or 1735. Love one another. The Rev. Charles W. Denison, in a pamphlet just issued, gives the Rev. Nathaniel Colver the following puff—' "l feel thankful to a holy God that, ...

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Publication Title: Boston Pilot (1838-1857)
Source: Boston College
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

DIED, On the Bth July, in the Convent of the Ladies of the Sacred Heart, St. Louis, Sister Ann Hagerty, in the 33th year of her age, and tne Sth of her Religious profession. She ever an edifying member of that community. Intliis city, on Sunday, July 19th, James, son of James and Sarah O’Donnell, aged 4 years. Number of Deaths in this City, for the week ending July 18,-89. Males 46; Females 43; Stillborn 8. Causes: consumption 12; measles 6; sudden 5; disease of the bowels 3: teething 6; infantile 8; marasmus 1; convulsions 7; lung fever 3; typhus lever 6; brain fever 1; inflammation of the brain 2; do bowels 5; do lungs 1; itropsy 1; old age 2; apoplexy I: dropsy on the brain 4; drowned 3; debility 1; syphilis 1; childbed 1: scarlet fever 1; cholera infantum 4; darrhcea 2: bilious colic 1. Under 5 years, 52; between 5 and 20 years, 5; between 20 and 40 years, 21; between 40 and 60 years, 7; over 6 years, 4. At Saratoga Springs, on Monday. July 20, Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Simon I-lan...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

Business Department THE BOSTON PILOT IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE PROFIUETORi PATRICK DOXAHOE, Oil every Saturday morning, at No 1 Spring Lane, near Washington Street, Boston, Mass. TERMS....$2.50—if paid within three months from the time of subscribing-otherwise $3 will be charged. SI.50 for six months. Four months SI. !KT Letters not post-paid (except from Agents) are not released from the Post-office. (Cr Can any triend in Canada informs us where William Burke lives' g ( Our We*tern 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. We hope our friends in arreurs will be ready to settle with him tf Philadelphia. Our active and enterprising Agent, Timothy Lynch, has removed to the corner of Sixth and Cliesnut sts., directly opposite his old stand. His private residence is at No. 9 Lodge Place. 3t George Quinn, Watertown, Ms., has left there without giving us notice of his removal, and wit...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

Arrangements for .and CHEAPEST PASBAGI N 1111> STATES, corner a) Pin jVf«) York. The Subscriber begs leav «)i his p Heads ami the Public lit gen arrangements lor the year 1646, an bringing out Cabin, Second Cabin, *ers, by the following REGULAR P AM) FROM LIVERPOOLHENRY CLAY, Captain liye, si January ti, May 0, September 6; iron Junc2l, October 21. STEPHEN WHITNEY, Captain New York January 11, May 11, Sept Feb’y 2ti, June 26, October 26. GARRICK, Captain Skiddy, sails I 26, May go, September At; from Live 11, November 11. PATRICK HENRY, Captain Det York Feb’y 6, June 6, October 6; Iron July 21, November 21. VIRGIN 1 AN, Captain Hearn, sail 11, June 11, October 11; from Liverp November 26. ROSCIPS, Captain Eldridge, sailt 26, June 26, October 2i>; from Liverj 11, December 11. " IN DEPEN DENCE, Cqp/ain Alien March 6, July 6, November 6; from August 21, December 21. WATERLOO, Captain Alien, sa March 11, July 11, November 11; ll'ol August 26, December 26. SIUDONS, ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Boston Pilot (1838-1857) — 25 July 1846

JOIIX HERDMAK ,V C( United Slates and Great Brita GRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, N New York. UK Kb .MAN, KEENA Aud by tlieir Boston Agent, MR. M) nt the CatUolic Bookstore, Federal old stand. Passage to anil from Great Britain erpool and London, by the regular pt the Ist, till), 11th, loth, ulst, and Jdth from Llveruoo, aud to and from Lo and 3Uth ol each month. The Livei comprised of the following superior > SHIPS. CAPTAINS. TONS. SHIP independence, Allen, 750 Henry i Waterloo, Allen, IUOO Fidelia JluUiuguer, Hursley, 9W Koseiu Europe, Furber, 030 Ashlmi Johnll. Skiddy,Skiddy, 9t>() New Y Sutdons, Cobb, Wo Liverp Shenandoah, West, «0U Yorksl Sheridan, Conisli, N)5 Cumbi Patrick 11 etuy, Delano, bill Virgin Rochester, Britton, 715 Oxford Garrick, Trask, 805 Monte; Stephen Whitney, Thompson, be Uneeu of the West, WooJhoUse, llii The Commercial Line is comprise* which w ill lie despatched from Live year, in regular succession: SHIPS. CAPTAINS. SHI Sea, Edvvurds, Cahott St...

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ROtllE, BROTIIKHS & CO.'S ARRANGE M LISTS hOR IS Ki Remittances to, and Pas to and from Great Britain und Ireland, by the "Black oall, or Obi Line at Liverpool Packets," sotting from Ac it xork and Liverpool on the Ist and loth of every month. And by First Class American Slaw, sailing weekly. 1 cniuiis sending to the “Old Country” tor tlieir Friends, caii make the necessary ammfcincuts with the subscribers, and have them brought out iu any of the Eight Ships comprising the Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, (.sailing trow Liverpool on the Ist and ltith ofevery month,' also bjr First Class Ships, sailing from that port weekly, which our Agents, Messrs. James D. Uoche A Cos there will see are sent out without delay. Should those sent lor not come out, rite Money will he refunded without any deduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following luagnillcent ships, and will sail from EUROPE, new YORK, AMERICAN, . YORKSHIRE, CAMBRIDGE,...

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