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Boston Pilot (Newspaper) - April 3, 1847, Boston, MassachusettsThe Boston . Rev. Bishop Hughes lecture. We have much gratification in laying before our renders n copy of this admirable production and cannot but congratulate our readers upon the Opportunity of affording to them the great pleasure they must derive Trout the perusal of this lecture. A great Deal of comment and criticism has already been it amid on the merits of this discourse by the various journals thut have noticed it and we can freely attest that All have done it Justice. In fact us extraordinary As Are the talents of this distinguished prelate it would be something More extraordinary Mill to see any work of his failing to elicit Universal commendation and Praise. Bishop Hughes always proves himself equal to the occasion be the nature of this occasion what it May. La newspaper or religious controversy in the pulpit in the lecture room in private conversation a whether the subject of discussion fall within the Scoth of theology civil Law political Economy or abstract topics of any description his transcendent mind never Falls Short. It Sheds increased radiance upon All subjects. The american Hierarchy has an ornament in Bishop Hughes. American catholics May Well be proud of him. Nay As was once beautifully said by an eminent writer in this country a the talents Virtues and character of Bishop Jon of new York would adorn the Catholic Church in any age Aud in any in the lecture in question we discover an originality a grandeur of Conception a Unity Anil simplicity that should essentially characterise any composition or discourse that deserves the appellation of a chef d Hemre. The Learned divine was peculiarly fortunate in the length of the address enough was done. A few sentences less or More would in our Humble estimation have marred in no inconsiderable degree the spirit interest and symmetrical Beauty of this Effort. We arc particularly pleased with the division of this discourse with its views of the incompleteness of English Conquest Anil of the political Economy of Ireland together with the correctness with which the Learned Bishop details the real cause of Ireland a present woes and repels the presumption of dispensations of Providence m reference to the famine. Let All peruse Aud study this lecture with attention and it will be a source of much pleasure Aud profit to every honest intelligence. Our readers must have noticed in the daily tapers of this City from Day to Day a variety of paragraphs about the Progress of protest Autison and calvinism in particular. This intelligence is furnished by a minister who is paid for that purpose by the sect to whom he belongs. To some of the papers such intelligence is a sure of god Send As it serves to a a fill up a Corner which could not be done by the scissors or brains of the editors. But we Are sorry to see such papers As the Post Timet and Bee Swallow these exaggerated statements made by individual who is paid fur the purpose of keeping up the steam in order that the Community May a a bleed More freely for foreign missions the conversion of the Pope &c., amp a. Now we would net complain of this if the same papers would give the Catholic intelligence also. But no. This is carefully excluded. The Boston Timet of saturday last contained nearly a column of the intelligence referred to a few paragraphs of which we sub join a ii Idle in Yucatan. The Liui report of the Bot Illos hop. Mias. Society a Lilao that o Komsi Catholic Jirou lid in Yucatan about tue cud ult Lut Century and near to Ike i Rittah a a by Vul in the practice of Reading Aud preaching from a Apanah Bible whirl had fallen into Kiah it a evasion. Ill 1� forbid Den to do a a Bat persevered and we East loto print where it a an left to die. Ilia old housekeeper got Hie Bible read from it to the villager and Yutian people who a a Emil to around her on the Fca Tonj of the Church. Hoc not Only instructed them but waa often a ent fur by the Dot tag. Ital a. The l. Union Carmian oat Erncr contain an article from a gentleman who had travelled extra a in Olaf in Ireland in which he Mays a the Frodia among the pupal bin 1 very Strong that the Lamine la the judgment ofgus for the sin Olp Ricau Ami people. 1 found amongst a Large proportion of the with whom i conversed a reeling that the Book it god ought to be the Story about the priest Anil Bilde in y Yucatan does very Well to a raise the wind a and put Money in the pockets of the Bible and tract societies. For an answer to the statement about the famine in Ireland being a visitation of god we would refer to the lecture of Bishop Hughes in to Days paper. We have to complain of the Timet in particular. Thinking that that paper would do the catholics Justice we addressed 1 note to the editor containing an no count of the recent conversions in England which was published in the Pilot of lust week Aud Ufi Rcd to furnish him with such religious intelligence in future but the times has not published the statement and from it silence we presume will but do so. Is this just it it right that its thousands of Catholic should lie bored with the protestant intelligence and the editor refuse to give the Catholic in Teleg once i we pause fur a repeal association. One of the most numerous meetings of this patriotic body which we have noticed for some time Naasei Ilerd at the Central Saloon on monday evening. Indeed the meeting reminded us of the Early Days of the repeal agitation in this City. The speeches the receipts the enthusiasm evinced on the occasion must have convinced the opponents of this glorious cause that the spirit and patriotism of the Early Days of the agitation still remains in Bostons and will remain until the accursed Union Between England and Ireland shall have been repealed. The meeting was called to order by d. Yvo. Of Brien esq., second vice president. After a few remarks the wardens were called on fur their reports. The following sums were announced a Ward i 91. Van re 2, 4. Ward 3, 5.75. Ward 4,1. Ward 8,14.37. Ward 9, 10.76. Ward 10, 12.25. Ward 12, 1. The Reading of the several reports elicited the loud applause and approbation of the meeting. At this stage of the proceedings the vice president John c. Tucker esq., and lady entered the Hall and were received with rounds of applause. The president John w. James esq., entered immediately after accompanied by his lady. On his appearance the w Hole audience gave vent to their feelings in loud and enthusiastic plaudits. The meeting was eloquently addressed by the president whose speech we shall publish in our next. At the conclusion of the presidents speech which was warmly applauded the vice president was called upon from All parts of the House who arose and addressed the meeting at some length which was somewhat on the a physical Force Side of the question. His physical Force sentiments were loudly applauded. At he conclusion of the meeting the president announced that the receipts for the evening amounted to Tilly dollars and sixty six cents. The Jamestown again. We forgot in allusion to the Jamestown in another column to mention one or two incidents that add much to the interest and associations that now surround this Noble vessel. She sailed on sunday morning at half but eight of clock precisely in acco dance with the arrangements made on the preceding evening by Captain Forbes. The Veteran Captain though having for Many years abandoned the sea and lived at Home in the enjoyment of his ample Fortune when once on the deck of the Jamestown became immediately the same rigid disciplinarian for which be was Ever celebrated and loved by his Crew and inferior officers. Or. Lyman Secretary of the expedition and another gentleman whose capacity we do not know came to the wharf just ten minutes too late hut at the appointed moment the valiant Captain ordered the a Uhn user to be let go a and off went the Beautiful Craft at the rate of ten knots an hour under a splendid North Breeze. So these poor fellow s had to return Home sadly disappointed. From her Mizzen Mast Hung a splendid Flag on which stood the Shamrock a in All its Beauty and nothing could have been More happily devised and Captain Orliea will have reason to remember the Honor he has done himself by affixing this Emblem to his Flag till the last Day of his life. He has already gained the hearts of every Friend of the cause in these parts. We feel proud of his conduct. The Shamrock on the Flag of an american ship a Tig indeed something to be Trouil of nor need the american or any other Flag feel less proud of the Shamrock. Let it stay there Ami show to Ireland that their countrymen in America Are but Looe mindful of their cause but that the americans themselves Are ready to Fly to the Rescue. The stars and the Shamrock arc Sisters in the cause of Freedom and humanity and As ready to Battle for Irish Independence As to be engaged in the great work of Assoc lotion. A meeting of this association was held in the Chapel of the holy Cross on last a tinny evening. The Bishop presided and addressed the meeting in by usual Happy and effective manner the collectors made their reports. The sum collected amounted to nearly 9200. This with several sums received from the country swelled the amount to about four Hundred dollars. Notices of books. A yet vat Tigirt of the adventure mud surf Tring of capt. Daniel d. Hmm tic mud Kir comp Adowa in can Mem mid you firm a t in tue during a lung Captivity. Till i u remarkable Bonk. Fur part Culasa to advertisement. The Catholic Miga inc. For april in Forne to baud i Good Watsun. Frew a cursory guess it Hie Content we should judge it to Law an excellent lumber. Of Luberi Beta received at the a Tot hot mtg a for it. Brows on a review fur april is out. Notice in our ucxt.0cucral intelligence. Melancholy Shipwreck Aso loss or lire. The hark Cactus of Kann bunk Nason Juch sailed from Boston on sunday morning for Cork and a Market went ashore on Truro Beach vast Side of Cape cod on monday afternoon during the n e Gale and All hands perished. The vessel had gone to pieces. The Cactus was s Fine barque of 250 tons one or two Jears old and was loaded by Mesara e d Rig latin amp co., a rents far the steam flour Mill at East Boston. Is had a cargo of Al , meal &c., which is believed to he insured in new York. The vessel is insured for 20,000, equally divided Between two offices in Boston and another office has 6,200 on her freight Money. It is since sited that on tuesday morning the Cactus was on the bar her foremast Aud Bowsprit a undid to the after part of the Teasel All gone and a part of the Stern with the name on it upon the Beach. Only one Larryl and one part of a barrel of Neal came on Shore the remainder of the cargo being broken up. The Crew were All lust Aud none of the bodies bad come on Shore. The officers and Crew of the ill fated barque were As follows Francis a. Nason master of Boston Francis a. Nason mate aged 32, of Portsmouth no Benaiah Clark 2d do. 28, of Wells me we. H. Newton Cook and Steward 32, of Gay head Francis w. Crocker 38 of Falmouth mass Charles Nye 37 of bar Stalde Jas w. Our skin Isaac Knight. 27, of Salem Edward Gould 33, of Gou Earnor and James Carney of a seamen. 17 invisible rum seller. The Lawrence ims messenger says a rum seller in that lows has constructed a partition in his store behind which he places himself mid the person wishing in Purchase puts his Money in a drawer which is drawn Hack and n Glass of liquor shoved out. The buyer does not see the seller consequently does not know of whom he purchases Aud no complaint can he made. The messenger thinks that the ingenuity of the Temperance men will find some Means of bringing the offender to Justice before a great while. Tragical event. In Hamilton Canada what on the 18th rust., a Young Man named Daniel Larkin had a slight altercation with a mrs. Burns an elderly woman on account of some improper words addressed by Larkin to a Young woman for which mrs. Burns reproved him. He immediately went to another part of the House and brought a double barrel gun pointed it at mrs.b., Aud asked her if she was ready to stand her trial he then deliberately Ahot her through the heart and immediately carried the body to the smoke House end laying it on its Back and discharging the gun at ins own breast fell dead instantly. Larkin had for some year been in the habit of drinking spirits and it was doubtless under that influence that the horrible deed was commuted. Sad Accident. The Montreal stage which left Franklin on monday met with an Accident on that or the fallowing night says the journal by which three lives were lost. The stage was of runners and in going through in Yalta vl., on the Banks of River the hinder part being heavily Hur thened with baggage suddenly slowed Arnm the Road causing the stage to he precipitated Over the Hank into the River and dragging the horses with it. There were several passengers to the stage two of whom together with the Driver were instantly killed. One of the passengers who was killed was capt. Leary of England who came Over in the Hibernia and was on his Way to Montreal for the purpose of taking charge of a Large steamship on the st. Lawrence. The other passenger killed was a lady belonging to new York. Immigrant passengers. The Secre Repaty of the Treasury has issued a circular to col. Lector and other officer of the custom calling their attention to the set passed at the recent session of Congress to regulate the carnage of passengers in our merchant vessels. He states that the Law rakes effect from the 31st Day of May next in regard to All vessels arriving from ports no this Side of the capes of Good hone and Horn and on lire 30th of october in regard to vessels from All other ports. The limitation of the number of passengers to two for every five tons of the vessel according to custom House measurement also the regulations in regard to the requisite Supply of water provisions itc., and the penalties prescribed Are still in operation. Death by Telegraph. The Forcet ter ms., Sny says of the Accident on Friday night of the Railroad a a two Brake Ien on the Down freight train on the Western Railroad were thrown from the cars and one of them named Colburn were run Over and a stantly killed. The other named Putnam had one term run Over that it Hail to he Arne plated. The Accident happened in consequence of the posts of the Telegraph being so much swayed from their position by the storm As to bring the wire Over the cars Aud so near them As to sweep the Hrak Emen off of the top where they were stationed. The conductor or. Pratt was also thrown upon the car and did not recover for some time and not until the train had proceeded Tome two Miles from the spot the Engineer knowing nothing of the Accident. New Pont age Law. When the new postage Law went into effect some of our contemporaries thought Cave Johnson was Green and that the provisions relating to newspaper postage could he violated with impunity. In answer to Tome inquiries from the Baltimore postmaster the sec oud assistant p. M. General says in effect a that papers cannot he received unless Thev Are from the publishing office to Bona fide subscribers without the payment of three cents postage on them when left at the office. If casual papers should he smug Relief for Ireland. Total amount of Money received in new York or. Van Schaick treasurer up to March 29th inclusive was 104,752,29. The barque John Welsh chartered by the re. Lief committee has just sailed from Philadelphia for Londonderry with a cargo valued at 910,000,�?T consigned to the Central committee of a a friends Ireland for distribution. Winche Noor is. We have received the lol lowing red Ward Reid i Jonathan Winch i. The following Are the contrib Imos at the co pack Iron works is Al. Pomroy fit sons 6ed-Mund Carey 3 Christopher Regan 2 Pafk new 2 Patrick Foran 2 Jerry Dwyer 2 Henry Dona Hoe 2 Michael Murtagh 1 Edmund Hanlon a Jerry Driscoll 1 Denis Hanlon 1 Timothy Murphy 1 John Donovan i three ships Are to be sent out forthwith with the avails of the recent contributions for the Relief of the poor of Ireland and Scotland. The first of these the tartar is to commence loading at India Harf Boston immediately. Newfoundland. The sum of .�500 in Aid of the destitute in Ireland was raised is a meeting at st Johns for that object on the 25th ult. A committee was also appointed to receive further subscriptions. In the five wards of Moya Mensing 435 was collected for Ireland Aud paid Over to the chairman of the Relief committee. 500, of which sum 315 was collected from the hands employed in the factories at Fairmount was handed in by the treasurer of Spring Garden. Germantown has contributed 672. The treasurer of the Boston Relief fund a. Knowledge 1311 from Springfield and other sums trom various , amounting in All to 7,567 93. Bark tartar has been taken by the committee and will proceed direct to Cork. All freight should be sent to Minot it Hooper India wharf. A vessel will also be despatched to Glasgow. The amount raised in Petersham ms.,is 320,89. New Orleans. From the commencement of the subscription up to the present time or. Cross Man the treasurer of the fund has received the sum of 21,047 05. The Brig Consuelo capt. Pepper a been chartered and has commenced loading for Cork. The conenello will carry Between eight and nine thousand bushels of Corn. Pleil into the office without pre payment they would in All probability not to be delivered As tha Deputy pastas Tara under the regulation of the department would require the payment of a quarters postage in Advance before delivery. The storm of Friday night was very severe in the Westeri Purl of thie stole. The Connecticut River Railroad at Hadley Falla Saya the Springfield Republican waa covered with Sand gravel so As to obstruct the train from Greenfield and delay it twelve hours. Farther weal the storm was Snow which fell to the depth of a fool in the neighbourhood of Pittsfield and still deeper at Kinderhook. The Road was much blocked up with it. The storm to new York waa so severe that several partially built houses in the upper part of the City were blown Down. Fasts. In Connecticut Friday april 2-, Massachusetts and Maine thursday april 8 new Hampshire thursday april in. The society of friends in England who number in All about 23,000 souls men women and children have contributed to the suffering poor in Ireland Tbs Liberal sum of �35.000�?or 170,-000. This is indeed Noble hearted philanthropy. A learn also that a second subscription and by the same parties Taia contemplation should the distress continue. Dreadful Accident and loss of .Ira at sea. The hark Sarah e. Snow John Classon jr., master which sailed from new York forgo Way Ireland on the 1st of january while iting to in a Gale no the 34th, was struck by a tremendous sea which Hove her on her beam ends and the masts went overboard when Sha righted. The Captain was drowned in the Cabin and All Handa were washed overboard with the exception of the mete who was saved on the 29th, by e boat that saw the vessel Drifting on the Bill Maltet. The Lirk struck the rout Santl immediately went to pieces cargo and vessel a total loss. The Sarah e Snow was a fins vessel belonging to Blue Hill Maine and this was her first voyage. A industrious woman. Talk indeed of your pantomimes and Gaudy shows your press of a and install Lions soil Cor nations give me for a Beautiful sight a neat and smart suntan heating her Ovea and setting in her bread. Aad if the Bustle Dors make the sign Fla her Glis Tea on her brow where is the Man that would not Kin that off rather the Platter Iron a Cosatt. Items. There was 9019 barrels of dour received in thie City lest week. Amid the severe Gale on Friday night and saturday morning a Charlestown,ms., the property of or. John c. Tucker waa blown Down. The building was new and intended Lor a machine shop. The ale Beer and wine addition to the Massachusetts License Laws has been indefinable postponed in the Senate by a vote of 29 to 9. Right. The common Council have raised the salary of the City marshal from 1100 to 1800. Saya he shall dispense with the Servi. Ces of one of his deputies. It is stated that the Only Way to make a Hindoo Tell the truth is to make him Lake hold of the Tail of a cow and swear by the animal for which they Bare a sacred regard. It a estimated that three Hundred thousand Emigrant will arrive in the United states during the next six Mouths. A two Young ladies were drowned in the Vermil lion River Illinois last week Hiltl attempting to Cross a a Wagon. Their Gallant swam to the Shore. The mexicans st the themselves at their Bull fights by setting the animals on an effigy of a Yankee which is also filled with fireworks which go off to their infinite Delight. Since the commencement of the War Philadelphia has raised for the army and Navy 2513 men or More than any other City in the Union. The London papers Tell a strange Atory of a Rich old Dame of sixty who fell in love with a merchant s clerk a lad of fifteen Ana tried various Means air and foul to marry him. The love Stock soul was ultimately foiled by the lad s parents. The wife and live children of lieu Klah a. Holdridge in North Blenheim a. R. Were buried la death to their dwelling on the night of the 15th inst. New duo on. The whale number of votes thurs a on the new Ell charter was 1944-, la tha Adl mauve 1150, in the negative 814. Thomas r. Ludlaw City Surveyor la new Yore Hung himself. A Una sums. There in a colonel in the me Icen army named Torrey whole a americas by birth Aad waa formerly in the u. S. Army. La Warren tena., a husband has let Cea arrested for Dru Nln Hie Wile a a Well. A Aida named Cochrane Wae stabbed and killed by his wife Al my atrial a few Days stack. Labourer so Aid society. The following note was received by or. John Denny president of this excellent society Boston nth March 1347. To or. John Denny dear sir a your kind note of this Date offering the services of a Large number of the a la borers Aid society a to Load the United states ship Jamestown free of charge waa received this Day. Allow me to present my sincere thanks for the very handsome offer which i accept with much satisfaction. I am Happy that this Good work has been commenced on st. Patrick a Day. That All Good saints May bless our Enterprise and quicken your exertions is tho Earnest prayer of your obedient servant h. B. Forbes Captain. The Post office. We Are in Hopes that papers will go More regular under the new Post office regulations than heretofore. Our subscribers tray Rcpt assured that there is no delay in our office. Let no one miss Reading the splendid lecture of Bishop Hughes. The facts which it contain should be treasured up. Parents should teach their children to commit it to Boston Pilot i Murts and plli11 co a a til rat pd1etojy, k a Triick do Pallok on every saturday Moraine a no 1 Spring Lane near Waahid Uptou it Rcpt illusion maw. Terms. A amp if paid within three month from the time of sul scribing a otherwise r j will he charted. Si#50 Rio a ill Mouth. Four month $1 of no paper Dia continued until All arrears Are paid up letter not Post paid except from age Aisi Are no released from the Post office. £7 the i net master at Vincennes la., write a that Peter Mcmullen to whom we have sent the Pilot Sutche november 43 and Lor which he never paid a cent Baa left that place. Will any one inform lao fils whereabouts can oar Atrul at v. Give a any information of him not err. William Cumming to whom we Arm the Pilot at East kill Fly cl., Liaa Lell there for Parta unknown. Owing a Aluce october 1, 41. We a Hall give a Knprr for one year to any person w to will have Thia Man Arrea ted on our account Ami lodged in the non cat we will pay Ali cup Naea. Piu fir id. I. We have appointed or. Patrick Welsh our agent Lor Thia place. Or. Welsh keeps a Largo clothing establishment. We recommend him to tho patronage of our friends. To Utincy my. Or. Mauro a a Sheehan la our agent to Alltia place. Tirom indebted will oblige a by act Ling with hint. r. 1, or. Joseph avg adm 1 a p. Pointed our a gent for Thia place lie will receive jul it Aoi Tiona and Money for the Pilot. No Vineice r. I. Or. Lear Turc Fallon a cat a of flt. Peter Anil Paur Church Haa the Pilot on Sale at hit a tor. Rhode i it had. Or. Edward Walsh la authorised to procure uhf Cribeni for the Pilot in the various Tow a m Rhode Island through which he May travel. Receipts. May a a Haeft a Ipswich John Egan p. Flanagan 3 each Andover. M. Daly 50 p. Ila non a i.35 each j. Shechan 2.5u�? in Lily. M. Phelan in a Loury Jaa Hoyle 1�?lowell, Butler 8.59 m. Scallion f. Mccullough 75c Jaa Dowling 4.50-, John Chapman it it Wjk George Mulley 10�?norton, Jan Mccormack John Kelly j. Linith 3.50 each Jamaica Plain e. Mccarty �?~4.50 wich Condou k. Reed 1�?mendon, John Harry 1.25 Maine Ellsworth. J. Neagle 2�?calais, the Barrett a a upper North Yarmouth p. Mcmahon 1. Vermont Danby Peier Burke 3. Naw Hampshire Canaan a. Rowland 1. Rhode us anus Sutra Villa Thomaa Trevoy 2. Connecticut Voluntown t. Cd Lamroc 2. New York Piatta Ihirg m Congreve 3�?buffalo, m. Dormody 8�?middlevule, ii. Mcmahon in. Y. City ii. Lloyd 13 George Dexter 30.05�?ueechw�iod, John Downing 1. Pennsylvania port Richmond p. Mcnavin 1�?pa la of t. Gresaan 8.50 g. Neagle 7sc�?8m my Hill Philip Helder 8.50�?ncaqnehouine, we Mcbride 1. Nov 1. Maryland Baltimore p. Farreo 3c. Louisa Nav new Orleans p. O null 3.50 John l. Devi 4.m Parish of fit. Mary a Matilda Cour 8.50�? Donaldsonville Michael Fleming 1.50�?alexandria. Jaa or feel y 3.50 Kentucky la Wizburg e. J. Murphy 3. Indiana Indianapolis j. Collin 3 Philip Mccall re 385�?mount pleasant m. Llev 3.75 Tennessee Clarksville John Dohertym f. Mcmanus 2.50 each. Ohio Cincinnati j Lawler 6p.93j Baan 1m o Connell 4.50 c. Of Connor 2 50 j. Curry i we finn 1.25 Jan Lull err 1.25 the Keegan 2.50 j. Klaton 1 d. Clancy 2.50 Rev Austin p. X. Grogan Kingwood 2.50 the Humphrey 1.25 Philip of Brien 1.25 ii. Monahan 125 Jaa Mew Ahtma 2.50 p. Riley soc de. Burn 2.50 p. Collin Jaa o Connor m Cosgrove 2.5 1 each mrs con Ian or a Megraw Martin Barry p. Mcdonough 1 85 a arb m o flare j Kilcy we p a Mara 2.50 each Jaa to Yvern 2.75 e Dunn t Murnahan i Purcell p Law Lor l Britt 9.50 each v Mcguire c Mcguire 2.25 each j c Lawler h Kelly t Hanley 1.35 each Roger Dutts 2.35 Biddy 2. Georgia Savannah. The Prendergast. E. Porn Deraat e. Of Byrne Jas Doyle c. Brandt. J. Of Connor Philip Keane. C. B. Barrie we Cutten e. Lyniah j. Reedy p. Duflo. J. F. Flt Okes m. Finney m. Conway John Reilly 2.50 each m. Gay 3 j. Lavan 1.50 d. Of Connor j. Kelly e. Keane. T. D. Do w. D. Murphy 2-50 each mias Kurti Nesher 3.25 Rev. J. P. Of Neill 8 d. Desmond 1 11. Logan 2.50 we Fielding 2.o0 new Brunswick Portland Thorn Murphy 1.25 upper Canad no Peter Borough Rev. Or. Pits Patrick 2�?l.ynda>. Thou Keenan 2. Statistics or the Church. The statistic of tho Catholic Church recently published by the Archi hop of Thessalonica Secretary to the propaganda show that it number a in Europe 104. Archit shops 460 hiphop and 125,000,0001� Mem her. In America both North and South 12 Arch Hil Hopt 60 Bishop and 56,000,000 members. In Avia 25 archbishop 4 Bishops and 1.200,000 members and in Oceana 2 archbishop 5 hiphop and 300,000 member. Father Mathew in b letter thanking a Orne friends in new York for n remit Tonnee of �10, by a it is much to to deplored that flip munificent donations of our beloved Brethren in the states arc not sent in Corn if so diapered of they would he thrice on valuable. The hard hearted monopolists who have purchased nil the bread Tuff a re a Ell them at a profit of Over two Hundred per is teri�7fau4ouinarr a aur ,j/s7 information wanted of John met hide a native of co. Doubts a Parish of Lei Zufu who kit Ireland in Chw. \4 Hen in it a turd from he waa in Boston my about 4 Veurn ago. Should this meet Traeye of Auy person know us go Uil Huhg a a i him. They will Rulif. R steal favor it in he two Brothers. Frauds and w i Uta i n met or Nescu cunning Carbon coup a a a a a spa no. R dope Carpenter by Trade. A native of a a Uhke Aje county Merit k. He was heard from Ais i in ago by Hia daughter he was thru la Point Henry Star Kin Gatun upper Canada. Any information of him or any of his family will be grate Lily received Hgt i Aon no. Rokhel Maitert. In oaten me. Pi-4l of Michael Ami i , natives of co. Fermanagh town Samlof . Michael Cam Toi this country 14 Veara ago he b a Cooper by to mar. Also of Patrick Leonard who married Max it or. Maim i intr to the above three yearn ago they were m Toronto upper Canada. Their brother Patrick mama it of Waala be Happy to hear from them a he has writ Tea different times Lor three Nam past Aud got to answer. M Gloucester is. Api i a o Vord a native of Landon co. Cork who hot fait River March 7th, 1m7, and a but Licon heard Trow Mee. Mis Suter Margaret Isau Foo to hear Tram Hill. It Thia a Hii uld Wert ins Aye she Hope lie will return or write to her. Bbl will feel thank Ltd to any a. A pm that will Ghr her any information respect aug him. 3 44 ryes Dan Lei u. Sullivan. Kell a liver a. A a of Matthe w cd oughtly a native of co. Clare parch of Lalann cram Heeti. When fast hear. Train waa in , vow run of ii a. In by Narti train was m a a a a a a i. Or Martin , a a a a of Shumi a a Roshol Klimof Jamar <a1 i. , ii. Ioco co. Clait pariah of Island crus Heeti. Airy information mag Herd who left Ireland last a Ping and Caine to her brother William Convery who emigrated in the Al prong of14. Flu proved to be in the state of new York. Any her would he than Lully rec loud b7her Daniel Ireland. , n h. Sons of to Fumach Claffy a native of Iii go a co. When last heard Irani be was in it. . Any i f him Wilt be thank Ftp ily received by mra. Mary minho. Sci a a so Michigan. Ap3 of Ellen and Catharine Moran of co a let Triton pariah of Kii Turret foot Laud of a Taney. When last heard from they w err in i Fostun my. Any inform. A Quot i by Ihrer Bro amp re a it. Harp Sakkt us la and a a tih ctr m ill Irinio a , gothic Veu a rank is 4,.ira. Of kick a a i no. U Huv Rohll Sirret Boston. us Hantl of Diflo Rani twice Aarena Saable terms he Kwh waft Yule. A a let a. a attorney Orrick a Ohri in car wee Taid of the court Llou a. Jan Jyh it Lynn a Tom Franck Bias Riding Vifot feb. 149 Braad kt., Boston. Good of Rene easels urns. Pm j

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The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!