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Boston Pilot (Newspaper) - October 17, 1846, Boston, MassachusettsThe Boston Pilot. T effects of Gucci a doge would be instantaneous. Owing to the continual movement of the army under general Taylor the Rev. Mesar. Mclroy and key have not done a much Good As they would have otherwise accomplished. From All accounts however they seem to be treated with the highest respect by both men and officers. Many of the latter have become quite enamoured of the rules Anil regulations of Ignatius Anil we should not lie surprised to hear of some of these Gallant spirits after the Din of War has ceased enrolling themselves under the Banner of Loyola. On the eve of n Little the Jesuit fathers will have enough to attend to and when the Cannon and the sword have done their deadly work they will appear on the Field of Battle like ministering Unguris comforting the wounded and dying and pointing them to a Home beyond the grave. Public opinion seems to be that there will be a Battle at Monterey and of course the Nett new is looked for with great anxiety. The contest will lie the death struggle of the mexicans and it May be elected that they will fight with All the desperation of men aware that every thing depends upon the event of the Battle. This thought will nerve the Arm of the Bastard and make Brave men of the Meriest cowards. A the Hearth Stone Quot i always defended with Inore Coarten than a the door Aill a a we have based beyond the one and every Inch or the other must lie purchased at u fearful lots of life. We look for the news of the next Battle with a fear and heaven Grant that our gloomy anticipation May he dispelled by the genial smile of peace this War has already Cost us More blood than did the grand Battle a which consummated our Independence and freed us from a British tyranny. And what will a final Victory Holuin for us at most a foreign province and that cordial never dying hatred which a vanquished foe Ever entertains for a victorious enemy. As to the idea of making american subjects of the mexicans we regard it As about As plausible As that of annexing Ireland to this country. And shall we then hold old and new Mexico As dependent provinces forbid it be shades of our illustrious lome that blight exemplar to posterity would teach us a lesson against the policy of such a measure. One of the main causes of the downfall of that mighty and flourishing Republic was the introduction into the indie rial City of the licentious manners of the very provinces which she Hud subdued by her arms. Should not America profit by her Fate the Sisters of the visitation have taken a Possession of the Arn Demy in Frederick formerly under the direction of the Sisters of Charity. The school we learn is in a most flourishing condition containing already Over one Hundred Young ladies. Mother Anastasia is the Suji prior of the institution and sister Mary Joseph has the charge and direction of the school Anil under such auspices we should not wonder it this Branch soon became a successful rival of the a old Mother House at Georgetown. We commend it most heartily to All Catholic parents who wish to give their daughters a virtuous and enlightened education. During the past month Many pastoral changes have taken place in our different churches. The Rev. John p. Donelan the Able pastor of st. Mathews has been called to Baltimore to preside Over the congregation of st. Vincent a. His loss was deeply regretted by his flock to whom an Intercourse of eight or nine years had greatly endeared him. However his place has been Well supplied by his brother the Rev. Jumes b. Donelan formerly the assistant pastor of st. Patrick a Church. The in entry occasioned by his removal has been filled by the Rev. Or. Parsons nod the new pastor of st. Vincent a is assisted by the Rev. Michael slate cry of st. Mary a Seminary Baltimore. We congratulate the congregation of st. Vincent a in their obtaining two Surh pastors and Hope that All the changes May result for the Good both of the priest and people. The october nuts lick of Browmi i Levi div Lias appeared amongst us Replete As usual with Urt Irles of the deepest Imprest to every Catholic who desires to lie aide to find a a reason for the Faith that is within it is a most powerful supporter of our religion and As such we would wish to see it air related in every Catholic family. If our protestant Brethren had such a mighty engine of defence for their creeds there would lie no end to the list of subscribers. But we need it even More than they As a defence against the falsehoods and column is by which we Are daily assailed our support of such a work should therefore be the More ardent and Universal. Spurt ite., . The of the Chron Type is n pretty fellow after All his a a groupings in great Britain a to a suppose the mane Heitur guardian to be a roman Catholic what sort of an anti Cora Law Delegate was he who does no to know the leading Organ of the free traders published in the head quarters of the league re pcs Assoc stirs. Speech of John of con Aell. The proceed Iuga of the Dublin association occupy Tonsi Deraline space in out column today. They will he found very interesting. Oor Poete Are Quot grinding out Quot Tome pretty Good poetry Insl now. Or we conclude to Day the very interesting extract irom letter from they Wen famished to be by a highly esteemed it Erica fund and to Ira Sura Bat afforded interest to oar Mann philosophizing. Jesse is at it again. He a turned philosopher this time and hns brought out a Hect upon the new Tariff. It has been always objected to the native party that they Are men of one idea men with no Inore exercise of reason than to insist doggedly on a single principle and unqualified to assist in the solution of any of the great questions which Divide the nation. To obviate this objection they Are seeking to put Forth some master spirit who will bring the postulates of nativism to the solution of All the political problems that Puzzle the age and enlighten the world it once by the brightness of his own intellect and the lucidity of their principles. We say they Are looking for such n one and ecce Homo the English of which is sek mass a Jesse is the Mann. Jesse deals with the two tariffs in a very Warrior like style. In the first place he Breaks prise and a head at the beginning and never lets it mend again. Then he scuds whigs and Democrat to the right about All in a Bunch bundle All their principle overboard without so much As asking what they Are made of and hoists in itis own trash and nonsense never Sny ing by your leave. He takes the party of labor against capital that party which might be expected to cherish the warmest Zeal for the liberties and rights of Man and he disgraces its advocacy by the proposal of a measure More inimical to human Freedom and More degrading to the Hurnon race than any that heathenism and barbarity Ever adopted with the single exception of slavery. His principle is to shut up the countries of the Earth from one another w hat the Iron hand of nature hns failed to do he would effect by Iron legislation. He would introduce so much of slavery in every land As would Fetter the Man to the soil would deny him the last resource of exile from social and political tyranny would Fetter his very soul by enclosing every nation within its Little world and commencing to unravel and undo that work of civilization which has been effected Only by the migrations of people and the connections of countries. By a perversion almost profane he abuses the language of one of our great statesmen and wishes for an Ocean of fire Between America and All the world. Jesse a philosophy sinks at its conclusion into a Long winded abuse of Pope and Popery the Irish people and the Botlon Pilot h would appear the Catholic religion is expected to be rather unfavourable to the project of making humanity an article of dutiable merchandise to be admitted at 8250 per head or put in Bond till paid for his holiness is not expected to give his Blessing to the measure that would make the bodies and souls of Meo subject to a new Tariff. As to the Irish people it is perhaps thought they would insist on being estimated and Valorme rather than rated at so much per head. The Horton Pilot is obnoxious to the bigots of All parties. On one Side its editor is denounced As a a protestant irishman a on the other As an a Irish the common charge of both is he is Irish a that is the essential Clement which is always present in their venom whatever form it takes it is the constant Quantity that makes their blood boil like the thousand degree of latent heat without which or. Black found he could not get up steam. We have taken occasion to show to our readers before How often we agree with the Wise and Good we now Point out to them How Little communion and sympathy of soul can be formed Between us Ami the narrow minded and bitter hearted the nativist and intolerant of All parties. The one circumstance is of pleasing to us and we arc convinced As honorable As the other. J. B. Braxe amp co. As we anticipated this company has exploded. It was this concern that got up the protestant employment society. We understand that several persons have paid Burke Money to remit to Ireland for the purpose of bringing out their for scuds which will be in All probability a total loss to them. Notwithstanding our frequent notices of Burke and his affair to Are surprised that any Catholic should he taken in by the Rotten concern. Burke amp co advertised to furnish protestant help hut it seems they helped themselves to the Money of the catholics. This is nativism. Socie Torst. Vijto cent of pm to to. The quarterly collection in Aid of the free school under the direction of the Sisters of Charity will be to Ken up to Norrow in the Cathedral. Let All go prepared to contribute to so la Duhle an object. Quot Carroll shall appear in our next. To All to should a soon a they not it our paper look at our Terina. Too Many of our Friehs Mike their own Terina. Raj we can assure our Washington correspondent that his communications arc always Welcome to of and Nur renders. I article in to Day Pilot is very la. Now and again there have Arisen Popes like Martin v.,who have reflected a and glory on the office or like Nicholas v., who played the part of a great Pope and a great Sovereign. Nicholas indeed prepared the Way for the coming of the great Leo himself. He raised Aud re constructed the ruined Walls and Gates and towers of the City. He repaired the Capitol fortified the Castle of st. Angelo erected the churches of Santa Maria Maggiore st. John of Lateran st. Paul st. Lawrence and st. Stephen. Nor were these his Only merits. He assembled around his court men of science and learning. Rome under his Sway sought to emulate the splendor of the Over glorious past. What Rome was under the tenth Leo is known to every student in history. Under his pontificate a stupendous and unequalled Temple was raised and the Noble arts of sculpture and painting were rendered tributary to the service of religion. But All these spiritual sovereigns however Good and great a Pale their ineffectual Ray before the mild Virtues tolerant sprit and comprehensive Wisdom of Piu it is the Peculiar Felicity of our time to see on the papal throne one who to the Virtues and goodness of the seventh Pius adds a Wisdom and a prudent boldness All his own. The present Pope is distinguished nut merely by Book learning but by a rare knowledge of Bis countrymen Ami of Mankind and this knowledge is purified by a sincere piety a practical Benevolence and a Christian courage without example in the in rms of the Kuinish Church. In the eloquent tribute bestowed on the present Pope in one of the latest numbers of the debate we most cordially agree hut we cannot come to the conclusion of our contemporary that the peace of the legation runs any risk of being disturbed by the party under the Pope oms of Leo xii., Pius viii.,and Gregory Xvi. The party no longer exists for in doing Justice to All men in liberating the captive setting the debtor free procuring n Reform of fiscal abuses a remodelling of the customs and commercial code and selecting Wise and competent ministers Pius in. Has identified Bis government with this party and won their willing obedience Aud Dutiful submission. If therefore his throne or Stales he in danger which we do not in any degree believe it is from the party of the reaction from those who would keep the material part of Italy in slavery and the menial in worse than cimmerian darkness. That Pius in. Has been incited to this Good and great labour on these Wise reforms by any foreign influence we do not believe and took occasion to state so a month ago. The period when Popes were under the Sway of foreign influence was the most disastrous for christianity for the Romish Church and for the world at Large and we know our Paris correspondent would be the last person to desire the revival of such i felicitous times though an expression of his in yesterdays Herald might he supposed to Hare hat tendency. For the Pope or any other Sovereign to do Good he should have a free and Independent action and Pius in. Has sufficient Wisdom to lie guided by his own lights and not by the counsels of any foreign adviser whether that adviser represent Austria England or France. This Independence of foreign control is the very source and foundation of the Popes popularity we May say of his Success Security and Herald tory Puper. Newspaper support. Much depends upon the supporters of a newspaper whether it is conducted with spirit and interest. If they Are niggardly or negligent in their payments the Pride and ambition of the editor i broken Down. He works at thankless Anil unprofitable tasks he becomes discouraged and careless his paper lose its pith and interest and Dies. But Oil the contrary if his subscribers Are of right sort if they Are tune Liberal Bensted Fellows always in Advance on the subscription list taking Pride in increasing the number of his Sut Inscriber now Ami then speaking a word for his paper sheer ing him on his Couro by smiles of approbation. With such Sulic Ribers As these to must lie a dolt indeed who would not get up an interesting Sheet with such patrons a these we would forswear Comfort ease Leisure everything that could possibly step Between us Piid the gratification of every laudable desire on their part. We would know soother pleasure than their satisfaction. How much then can the supporters of a newspaper do to make it interesting and respectable indeed without concurring efforts on their part the publishers of a newspaper will not cannot bestow the attention which is necessary to Umeko it what it should lie. The notate Trade Here is now very Active. The Quality is excellent and the Quantity brought to Market is not Small. The fancy sorts bring about fifty cents sometimes running higher while the common sorts Brit Jug forty five whig. Mtg atm of t in full Tlok sit Imil is Tox by lie tal. Or o s train tui. Hook i oort Ikje a a Jim jmj of die i11 a a a a a if All the Chienda of la or it atm doctor. Price a eral. Shorten if a to end dispute about or or ton thu it decidedly the ocal both for the time Ever lamed from lit Atner Iran urn a. Iviz a a Only to Frau. Venae Aud his Fri Tad by Megee. 1 his popular work Una air. Melv gone through three editions. No it tend of the m without it. of trick Lite tor i us Conners Var re up Farr. This in a history of Ireland in a Sutra Hill and in or Moat two in Book Ever Publ Bluml or Florar Romineo i k Het Tuv of Irish lib Tury. Parrot a Hougil but hit Book or to str children. Beautifully bound Ami told for it cents. Familiar instructions in tar Faith and to ratify of the cat Otic Church. A very popular Little work Amis Trugly re Vuki mud Ltd by the Llis Bop Ami clergy. Fries me. T or it Juanf ludic. Tui it one of the Oral prayer books a vhf hatted the american press and tax old at Perrt a a mint from h to eci ils. Kirila sex Etcitt. Thl la a neat prayer Book neatly bound Ami pm at Chr Low Price Olpt rent. Moone a ii Flor y of in Rhynd a Way a in hand. Tur Anima books Are sold at what or nor and retail. All Book pit i uni cd in the u to Titan 8ttr� old at the very la Wrt Price. In Batuick Konahok. No. 1 a prior Une Orar w ssh Inalou Street Buaton the Boston Pilot to printed and i Blini cd by the Rysor Tickton Patrick Konahok 00 every saturday Niue aug it no l sprint Une near Washington Street Loaton. Mum. To Rob if paid within three months from the Lime of Tulice Ribla a otherwise $3 will be charted. % i �30 or six month. Four months % i a tit letters not pod Bifid except from Atenta Are not rear Asch from the Vrat of Tler. It no paper discontinued until All arrears Are paid up. Loire Alt. George Molloy Market to our Persona not Irti int a heir papers regularly will apprise or. Molloy of the of Isaiou. 2 either of our trave Latuf agents who Are now in Canada would do Well to visit Phalls Birg or Eseville a. Leckt Ekcert Tler a. We want an agent Here. Will some of our friends there recommend some responsible person to fest Warham is. We have appointed or John Hay Dan our agent for this place. We know be will work Well for us. Jucht us. Or. Bernard Ingoldsby is authorised to act As our agent Here. Perth . Or. Bernard of Neill la appointed our Kageul or this place. J. Ii writes us a lout article entitled Quot a word in vindication at or. Hinitch o la Cru and the our correspondent handles All his subjects in a manner. It shall appear in our unit. Receipts. Massachusetts Lowell p. Paean j. Devine 9.10 each p. Dws , t. Power 1 a i. John Soni , j. Blanket�, j. Kirr i w ale town p. Colons 2ji Hanoi Tydle p. A a Cuan w Ahern Trench Taunton o. Barker it. Al Liesau 3 each a Cabot Villa j. Rcd a in a i. A a Iii Viau u. each Check open Kalb John Burkly 1m�? a. I. In Kail Kisr Pope to chose Maine Kurt rent j. Modigan Eso 2j0, j. Vrr Moil Burlington j. All 2. Khoc us Auto Pawtucket j. Devlin25. New Hampshire Uba uoti p. A weeny 1. New York ii. Dexter port Henry m. Mccourt a Jot j. Eton 1�?babylon, p. Ilo Rury if or Dexter Ltd Ulm Traville j. Balleu 4, m. Curran j. Mccormick 1 Lor adv. New Jersey Bellvie j. Clark 4 Salem p. Mac Mary Vir Finnla Richmond Thomas Mui downy and Daniel son try _�0 each. a Ink Jar flu Cane 7. Will the Pontikas ter Lulora a where m Ila Gary of Psuy Lavonla j. Murray t. Wright i each. Lower Canada 8u John t. Sherman 4, pays to july 14m. Cabo Tville. Concluded from last toe Al. Old Dairy 1, Rosanna Fallon 30c, Owen wrinkle 1, Jan Kelly 1, Patrick to Taunton 1, Jos Buith 2, Patrick Louis 1, me Hargill 2d Ulm Rij a. La 2, Patrick Harris 2, Daniel o Hriczu 2, Timothy Hai it i Thomas Coughlin 1, Ahby Shea 1. Mary Denning i Michael Moriariy 1, John Turner protestant Pete Marsh 75c, Maria o Brien i mrs ration protes Taui 2r Michael ready i Patrick kill 1, John Manly 1.50, a bums or 2, Patrick Buckley i. A Booth Lee and Vicinity Laurence of Neil and John Beau Ian Mccormick 2, Patrick Doyle 2, John Mahoney 1, Nicholas bums 3, John of Connor 1, mrs. Mcnally i Florence Owen a Mishaal Grace 1, Thomas Mccormick i Catherine Mahoney a Johnnu Tappen 1, a crud Pluton 1, Thomas Crilley 1, Daniel Leahy 2, Zahui 1, we Leland 1, Morri Condon 1, John Sullivan 1, Michael Egin 1, Cornelius Brown 1. We Brasel 2, John vol chord 2, Thomas of Brien 2, Martha Rourke 2, Cunningham 2, John duly 1. Patrick Hart i Thoai a Donachy 1. Timothy Chi 2, Patrick Brophy i Jos Kyle i Maria Donelly 1, thus 1, Jane Briuer 1. John coleus a 1, John act a lev 1, Mary Devine 1, John Grace 1, John Broderick 1, we Gorman 1, Margaret Joire 1, Margaret dal y i Mary finn i Mury Walsh 87ic, Catharine Moriarty 1, Margaret muh Ahie 1, Luke of Connell i Jan How Ler 1, jus a Baggarly 1, John of Neil 1, Patrick Leland 1. Pittsfield Thomas Fallon and Patrick Mcglinchy my. Phy 1. Patrick owl Sci i. Michael Roche 3, tin a Reid 2, Michael Curley 1, John a Lucy 1, Taos Kelly 1, Thoms Llo Lawhaii 2, Catharine Connelly 2, Philip oils 2, Patrick Manu iou i Patrick Connelly 3, Patrick Barry 1, Michael Mays 1, Michael Bolon 1, Jaa Carney 50c, Daniel of Brien i Mark Miley 1, Daniel Dunn 2, Mary Ann colenia 2, Calhane Sweeney 2, Anne Sweeney i Mary Lally 2, Bridget Lolly 1, honors Bilth 1, thus Connelly 50e, Patrick Melaughlin 1, Patrick Carney 2, John Mcm aiming 3. Pat. Iek co Loo 1, Michael Cuny 1, Janies Lutian 2, John Union i Telonis Are 1, Catherine new 1, Juliu Palmar 1, Mary new Robert Lawle a a Patrick Walsh 3. John Mriz or 1, Dennis a latterly 5, Jos Kelly a Peter Lennon i Dennis a arts i Michael Llan Rahaii 2, Edward Maher 1, Dennis a Lackey 1, Francis Leonard i. Til Llo Labau 1, Joseph Bastice 1, Hurt a Clement Coogan 2. Hinsdale win. Gorman and Michael Gill Collee Gill 4. Thus of Neil 2, Michael Kinney 3, Thomas Murphy 2, Owen Gilligan 2, Hemy Allen 30c, it non a Rue a ii 31c, Edward Dwyer i Muntiu Gorman i Martin Lla Llev 1.50, Francis Rattery 1, Bartholomew Gill 1.50, Patrick 1, Timur he Dwyer i Edwd Rattery Jim Gorn Tun i Owen build Ford 2. Dalton Patrick Mcglinchy Canden 2, Michael Millo 1, Thomas Mcguire Patrick Murphy 2.5u, a Duffy i Thos Gore 1, Michael Mackey 7c, Charles Lulilian 1, we Dwyer i Jas Kidanu 1, David Dwyer 1.notices of boors. The United states Catholic Mao axing attracted our Stutru Loii Thi month by an interesting letter written by our late Sudhop giving an account it i Bis Vij Ait when quite a Young Man co the death lied of Thomas Paine. The Norment number also contains an elaborate review of Waddy Thouis Smus Book on Mexico which made such a noise in the a Ripon papers a while ago and of another work of similar character. An eleven Tab tax time of manat ideation and practical geometry Toomin with Sinei Oua problems of practical importance in Mechan Tea. By William Vooes profess or of mathematics la the Central High school of Philadelphia author of the United states arithmetic Biddle Philadelphia. This la a Virv Ull treatise o mensuration neatly printed and Well got up. We will notice it at More length neat week. Moose a inc land. A few Coplea of Moore a history of Ireland Complete for Sale at the Pilot Bookstore. Just Publ had a neat volume of Quot songs Aud ballads a Chirlly from Duflo a Ballad poetry of Ireland a a a Moore s melodies a a. A. The Boob Ron the times is Quot mannings shortest Way to end dispute about it is for Sale by All Catholic bookseller in the Lin Ltd states. Purchase or a theatre. The old theatre in Charleston s. C., situated at the West end of Road Street was purchased a few Days since from its former proprietor George Gibbon rsq., by the it. Rev. Bishop Uryu nods roman Catholic Blabon of that diocese for the purpose of establishing a College and seining by. Notice. The fair tor the Benefit of the Saint Mary s Mali orphan will a held daring the last week of october. The charitable of Boston and the Vicinity who decl disposed to Aid the above benevolent object Are hereby respectfully informed that any article they May wish to contribute will he thankfully received by sister Aan Alexis a also by the following ladies Viz. Parish or the solv Cross. Or. P. Doua Hoe mra. Meyers or. Kaacy and or. John j. Mahoney. Saint Mabys. Or. Measure mra. T. Mooney mrs. M. Keyed and mrs. children stable. Min Kelly. East Casa Athol. Mra. Mcintire mrs. Dowling and mra. Mcfeeley. Charlestown. Mra. M. Collier and mra. P. I a. East borrow Aso Carliea mra. R. I fennel by mra. Hornet min c. Kelly and min catholics Friend s01ety. Eleventh course of lectures at the masonic Temple. The committee appointed by the y Oung Catholic a Friend society to make arrangements for their 11 the course of lectures would respectfully Call the attention of their fellow in embers and the Catholic Public to the following a the usual course of twelve lecture will commence on the4th if november. The introductory will be a Virad by very Rev. James Kyin lit. D., president of the College of the holy Cross. ,1the late it. Rev. Benedict Joseph Fenwick Bishop of Boston. On Esch Suecof Dong Vejdni Pav evening lectures will he delivered by the following gentler non nov. Us of. A. Mown Bonk a. Nov. 18�?Rev. Nicholas j. A. Of Brien pcs tor of 8t. Nicholas a Burgh East Boston. Subject a the papal conclave in the 19th Century. Nov. 25-Rev. R. A. Wilson. D., pastor of st. Mary a Church Taunton is. Dec. 2�?Rev. Ambrose Man Allan p. Dei. 9�?Rev. Jackh of Reilly. Pastor of st. Is r a Church Boston. Dec 16�? Rev. M. W. Gibbon pastor of 8t. Johns Church Worcester is. Dee. 13�?0. A. Brow n80n. Eat. Dec.30�?Rev Terence utzsi.mmon8, pastor of 8.8. Peter and Paul a Church Smith Boston. Jan. 6�?Rev. Georce f. Haskins pastor of st. Johns Church. Boston. Jan. 14�?james t. Young Esq. Jan. 21�? tickets at one Dollar each admitting gentleman and lady. The committee wish it to be particularly understood that one Turk i will not admit two gentlemen. Single tickets 2vts. The doors of the Temple will be opened at 7 of clock a lectures to commence at d of clock. Tickets May be procured at or. Patrick Mooney Bookstore at the Pilot office and of the following a Edwin a. Post Meh pm tic h Don shoe Thoms Meade we. F. A. Kelly a it Tobin t. J. Monni Sav r. Coro of arrangements. Philadelphia. Our Active agent Timothy Lynch has removed to no. 9, South fight st., Between Market and Chesnut where he has opened a Bookstore and offers for Sale an a Tensive assortment of Catholic Aud miscellaneous books at very moderate prices. We would advise our friends to give bin a Call. Go. Markets. Boston my Bact or. 13. For the tons actions Unis Hare Boon languid Price without much change grit rare or quote 83 jul 403.02, and soul Hiru 5.2j tit of bid. Holder Are anxiously waiting Lor advices Iron Europe. Groin but Little doing and Price somewhat lower a Ellow tint Lorn a a it Mui White to 6s 71c Bushel Oats a Ortli Eru 40 to a 42c do. . Brio Hon my meet Sunn Day oct. 12. At Market .230 cattle Yoke working oxen 4i cow and calves,3j0u 8be�p Aud about Luul by inc. Frier Lect cattle first Quality 3.30 second Quality 4jk> it of it 4.75�? third Quality Joju 60 4 i it working on u 8ahx Werr noticed at $70, 73 83. Cows and calve a Bale were made at $14, ii in 21, 22 a flirt at .11.3islea3. 8\vinr at for Bow a Lor borrows 4c. At or nil irom Tometic. My. Quite a number of cattle remained unsold at 4 of clock. M a k k i b. Ii. La this City on thur Way to the Liutti la the of the Hal crush by Chr i. Rcv. Ali hot it a a or. J c. M Diu in of fort Kent to Hua mrav Anna Whittier of by inst me. Died. In me Oti the Tith i it j cml Ward a native of Edge Worth Low a county Long lord Jet Luigj aged in a years. At the arum it la Ospil st a Muica Pensacola a Arbor Florida at 4 of cats a p.m., on Bauduy Etc Niue the a i the i a Juitt sex of Ltd o Neon to �., 1st ar-11li� i it tsp i it Yawara. Boru in the count i a Levotie inc Maud. At the residence of his son near 8priiali<�?Td, Kentucky col. c. Kelly. He a bom in the county Donegal Irr Lami in 177, and cum Nitetis to the United a Tate in 1 to a lauded at in Lula Dolphin. Or Wratil a a Jln Wersto Xvi Mary mud taught a Sci Mai anti studied Law us her Jaunt thug he pm. In in no he to to enus Vamp Aud Practised Law there until a my. To removed to Kentucky in Laos removed to Horrum Ruburt in le4l� Sud item twee there until list 4, whet he was appointed judge of the Fth indic Iii District Aud Coutt Uund to a topside until pc Bruard idl Watn he resigned. or deaths in this City for the week end lug i Tola r 10,Wtf. Male 22 Kemorio .2 Mil Loru 11. Causes disease of the bowels of Chol tru Intuit us 4 of the brain i coup 4 in Prius lever 3 whooping cough it lung lever convulsions i time Zitery a Cal Joed 1 bilious Colic Spurlat lever i lcetluug4 Man Ninus Luta Utilea u Flain Nulion of the Luu so disease of Pic heart 1 Noi the bowels Tou age 11 dropsy 1 i to temp Ranos it Parol my _ a utters of ubit kind insert Jour times for $1 in for m at Ion a a \ t1-1�. Of p. O Connor formerly of French i Erk co. Ros Coti Guiou who cause five it eur ago from mock port in Lomi Ltd ii cd at a telling blur rtt Coull a it i Lauti new \ in a x. Gay Bio wifi who 1 now in . Delaware. Any Dir Rry us to her in care of Kov. P. In Tilljr w ill be grate Fiill received. Ol7 of Michael la wok native of the Parish of Nar re mint co. Kildare a Olio came to America about thu years ago nud when last heard from it six year since he was la the a Fata of i Euzay Vauta. And Muruin Idun it it st pc Titi him vill lie Tuliau Lully received by his brother , addressed to Ului la rare old or. Al ii ouija o frilly 4u Merrimack a i but a ton my. Oil it. Of i Tomah i Elaheh 1 a native of co. Galway Palt Rusti of Balleli Tekld. Any acc Oaut Given of him will be thaa Tully rect Ivani by his brother Flaherty who is sick at Darby whelans Street Al Muy . Oil it of Timothy o Meara a native of tooth Vara co. Tipperary who emigrated to bits country about it it a re ago and when list heard Frota sept. She a Eav aug new Lav cd cd and going Heulah. To Mobile or 8a-Vminsh. Atty of him will be Thau Lully by i brother Patrick it no. A i Broadway new York or Jam a Magrath water Well Street new a lavs cd. Ol�-v4l old Jeremiah Ami Daniel. , Brollier no elves of Mac room co. Cork who pm Hgrati a to tin country a or a years ago. A Neniah to a Lubor Ert Daniel a Carpenter and reared in Tom. Rule. Any Morai Alliod of Tut i will be Utah Jully received by their sister Mary or Deu tils Creed 31 Dipo it re or st new York. Ol��?41 of jamk8 it t Hmil a a native of the town land of Burch Iii co. And Parish of Donegal who come to Ai Urr Ica 3 year ago Aud is Suppo Etilo be Uluig Cor the Burch Iii cd. And Parish of Donegal who came to Ai Urr it a a a years ago Aud is supposed to be Uluig near the Western canal or Canada. No did this meet ids Eye or of Persou knowing him would greatly oblige i son Jame Mccormick by Rudig him a inn do tied Locklin Touville p.o., Clinton county , Core of Andrew but fell. O7 common Wealtie of maesachi7� so i i a m nut a As.ala la Robiole court held at Boston in said county on mom a tic twirl flip Day of october in tuu year one thousand eight Builared Ami a try a it a litre a n certain instrument p importing to lie the lost will and testament of i Init torus it gent Lute of Asid Boston labourer coca and has Bce a Pir a Titi to said court for probate by Nicholas Leblan of an id Hinton trader the executor tit Tutu named. Ordered that the sold Nice owns give notice to Oil Persona tic Rutn to appear it a probate court tube held at said Montou of monday the Day of november next at nine o clock before , by publishing this order three weeks successively in the newspaper colled the Doolon Pilot printed in son Boston that they Ebay thru Aud there appear and Shew cause i any tin y ave either for or against the allow at a a a a thereof. A ph1u.1p8, i Ait of probate. A True copy.attcwt, ii. M. Yvo is r. X. O7 Viool for female a1>l Ltd. By st dlr Tumi a i the boy to a Amin i thin Lur of location of adults oils school for females a Uii . And will continue even tuesday Liun Many and Kaiu Nlay evening in the Ward room under the Boylston amp tool House Oufa it Hill Unrod Chc charge of die Sanii a Iva Char As last year. Heads of Anil he will Reader a service by men Don tag the above to their domestics. Octja if us. Lekoy graduate in my a Cine of the University of Edinburgh member of the Hovel College of burgeon la Oulu and re Wiatr in midwifery of the did to lying in lloy phial b. Go Tolna irm the inhabitant of Boa Iii audits i Cuitti that he a resu ined a Mettle at no. It a sex Street. Corner of afoul . Patients enabled to attend will find or. R. At a nov from 9 to 10 in die Suomi us and from 3 to i in the ail run it it ii and those ii usable to attend will be visited at their House with Otice a High known by the name to of James la Al i Quot a a . A native Cotrit her Down or Antrim or. Laud Quot a a nerd Outh from Lowell a a a turbid ago by the Light of the , leaving hts Stoard Bill and several Otilit r Hill unpaid. Mcdonnell a 3i or 40 years of Ace about a fret f Luchay High rather thick set and thickly Enck plated with fair Cumi Pielou Ami coarse of Iturra. A e Owen the a ii i Caber considerably than he Intro tied. Take this Opportunity of thanking or. Mcdonnell for am Klad a plentious towards me. _ of Quot it Joseph Lynch

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