October 9, 1863 Here is a letter to the Editor of the Pilot, with a direct criticism of its mis-representation of abolitionists, and its failure to represent Daniel O’Connell’s appeal…

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1863 Irish People O'Connell, Daniel

September 25, 1863 This brief article begins with a description of the condition of Irish people in Ireland as a people “without education, very poor, under the absolute control of…

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July 5, 1850 Notice of the establishment of an Irish Emigrant Society, with a purpose “to exercise a watchful supervision over all impoverished emigrants on landing here, given them temporary shelter…

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April 30, 1847 Titled To Irishmen in America here is an “Address from the members of the Cuffe-lane Temperance Society to their Countrymen in America”.  It calls upon the Irish…

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February 24, 1843 Under Refuge of Oppression, there is an article from the Boston Pilot, titled, The Mania of Abolition.  Referring to recent abolitionist speeches made at Faneuil Hall, the…

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April 22, 1842 Reference is made to the proceedings of the Baltimore Repeal Association, included in the Boston Pilot.  The Baltimore group has declared that the Irish Address is “a…

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A brief item from the Journal of Temperance Union, tells of efforts to bring Irish people into temperance organizations.   It speaks of groups in Philadelphia, many other places, and includes…

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With the title above, the article begins with, “Dear Sir”, and is signed only, “A Citizen of the World”   Here are excerpts: “ To you , who have taken of…

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1835 Irish People