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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
Geiv. Scott roe Mexico.—Tho Baltimore Correspaadeat of lba Ada* says I — Tbe oily waa startled, no Wednesday, with a report seat, il was said, by telegraph from Washington, that the Cabinet had resolved on sending General Scott, with hit staff, to Mexico ; * n _ _ Washington paper, received tho next morning. * n _ nouneed thut they had proceeded direct to New Orleans. Whatever are the determinations of -)-,, Cabinet in regard to General Scott, it m_y be doubted whether thoy aro knowa, bit this -« cer _ tain, that Gen. Scott arrived in this cily on Tues' day, at 8 P. M., in lba noon train of earn from Washington ; lhat he staled to e friend whom b« casually mot, that he was on his way to Elizabeth town, to bring Mra. S. on to Washington ; that he should stop a day in Philadelphia, where ho h** R child at school near hy ; thonce go to New York, and thence to Elizabethtown, whence be would return to Washington, and expected to be there before the week closed. He said bo happened to hav...
Municipal.--—City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
Municipal.--—City of Cambridge. Monday, Nov. SO.—ln meeting of the Mayor BD d Aldermen— Sundry accounts were presented and referred. The subject of paying for Bells, broken when ringing for city purposes, waa referred, in concurrence, to the jowl committee on public property. Tho Mayor submitted a report, concerning the Drain near the junction of Maia and Croas streets, which was accepted. Orders passed :—That the Hearse-house, and the feoce enclosing the Burial ground, iv Ward 2, be painted and otherwise repaired, et an expense not eiceading three hundred dollars; to make ccrttui alterations in the Desk of the President of the Common Council; to instruct the Committee en Printing to make a contract for tho City Printing. with such parson and on such terms aa thoy may think for tbe interest of tbe city; to settle tbe claims of sundry persona for damage occasioned by altering the grade of Magazine street; and to abate the sum of $4 80, in the Ux assessed on Thomas Halting*, for the c...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
For lhe Chronicle. ■* The poor ye have always with you. 1 * New Testament. ||n&gt; En ito a, —The inclemency and duration of our northern winter*, and the consequent amount «f suffering, by the poor, make* it tbe imperative -duty of all who have the means, to contribute to tlie relief of the distressed. It is a duty which we owe not only to humanity, but tn Him, of whose ■riches, —the riches of his mercy, his grace, and his bounty,—we aro all, in some way, partakers.— •Shall we •• freely receive," and not, also, *' freely give?" The libera I -hearted deviseth liberal things, and ho that wnteretb shall himself be watered, — «o the line of revelation runneth. Would that we nright hnve more frequent illustrations nf the practical working of this principle; would thut our ■"merchant princes " might find it in their hearts to bestow of their abundance, upon those in their •..if a neighborhoods t a* well ns to endow embryo aud intangible seminaries of learning, nfur oil"; would th...
POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
POLICE REPORT. Lorenzo Barbour, 14, .fcan FarreJ, 13, and jfaiasa Kemp, 10 years of nge, were arrested for breaking and entering the stores of Nathaniel Osgood and Col. Royal Douglass, on the afternoon and evening of tbe 30th, and stealing therefrom sundry articloa of hardware end confectionary. They wore ordered to recognize for their appearance at tho February Term of tbe C. C. Fleas, and in default thereof, were committed. Ezra Peree, fur unnacessarily driving his cattle through the publio streets, on Sunday last, was lined $5 and costs. Thomas Gray, for being drunk and disorderly, in the public street* in Ward 1, on Hubbnth evening, waa tin ed $1 and cost*.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
A (iKMehovi Act.—A few weeks since Miss cnnm to this city, to work in a cigar factory. She was then in feeble health, and continued her occupation but about two weeks, when she was more violently attacked by that fell disease, consumption, and obliged to confine herself lo her room. Her relatives (who reside in a neighboring cily) being in rather reduced circumstances, coald not supply her wonts, pay her board, &amp;c, in a strange place. Thi* coming tn the knowledge of those employed at the " shop," thoy agreed to take up a collection every Saturday evening, for the benefit of the suffering one late of their number. They all united in casting in their '* mite.** The young ladies of the establishment also attended to her wants more immediately, by " watching " by her bedside during the night. At last Death called her hence; but the generous hearts were still open. They provided for her burial, paying oil expenses, &amp;c. And as the solemn procession marched wilh her...
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
DEATHS. In this city, 26th ult. Miss Jane A. Ryan, of Boston, aged 23 yrs 4 mos.; 27th, Jesseniah Cook, 63; 23d, Frederick Howe, 18 days, and on 25th, Frank Howe, 20 days—twins. In this city, 28th ult., Mr. Robert Watts, 63. In Orneville, Me., Nov. 11th, at the residence of her son, Mrs. Sarah Orne, late of this city, aged 81, relict of the late Azor Orne, Esq. of Marblehead, Ms. [In in our last, Samuel Peirce should be Lemuel.]
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
AHIX.MINAI. SI I'I'IIKTKRS. N. R. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, RONTON, MANS. it rJstar. FrrScrlek ronilmirs 10 mannflartara all thr v*ri..it. n|.|.nanl Ot.lrxSiKri, nl hi. old Hiatal No. 3...1. [..pp...11r No. a..) Washinllon slrcrt, r.ilraitrr In Traiplr Axraur. Also, Aai..iai*xr Ri rroaTsaa. r..r rrolsps... I'lrrl- *!'•- -rrsaoßV lltns, Kass ('tr*, Hi.-a Itotaos, Krasi. bsSSSSj Ittr tlrtbrnird trrt. -Trn..r. rrpalrrrt *t o»* hour's aollof, Natl nta.lo.tn au.wrr i.flrnllnir. sa xsrll a. asw. Thr .till. •crll-er havtn* worn a Tr.i.. hlnia.ll Air twrnl,-*.* rrars, an.l flllrrl so man, for Ihr laal Im ,ran, Irrls r...iA&lt;lr.il In hrlni al.lr In ...It all r..r. lhal n... r.m, to hi.... Dr. Faxtrher'a Tr.ts., and Marsh's Tr..—, Dr.Hull's l'na., ar.il Thompson■* Rst. hrt Truss, .ad lhe Khatrrs' Rorlini Trocars, may hr hail at thi* rsial.li.hm. in. W'hiaprrint Tnhr. and F.ar Trumpet., that will rnattle a prrsoa toroav«rae fow with oar thai la hard ol hrsrlnf. All I.a.lira In wan. of Ahaoe...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
NOTICE. QQV The us.l.r.igntxd bersby give notice lo their friends and customer., tliat ihey intend lo clos* thsir store* st eight o'clock, P. M. (except Saturday evening*) from Her. 7,1846, to March I, IS4T. . STONE - I.EATrIB. •MUNROE tt COOK. JO*. A. HOLME* at CO. HAMIIEL SMITH. i iiahi.kb wood * co. CHILD* * J.tMF.H SNO* WiM.IIULKV. AY * DAVIS. WM. ». HPRiNn riIAIII.K* MIVEJOV. CHARLES KIMIIAI.I. J. C. - 11. F. WRICHT A CO. rl P * A. A. TEEL. Hr'TII W OH. WILLIAM HAM. JAMES lIKXTKII. V. U. HOVEY * CO. J. tl. PE-RrtON. Cambridgrpnrt, llec. I, 1848. Cims.idoe, Nov. 20, 1846. QCI~ We, the underaigifced, do agree lo close our rrsiM-eiive place* of lamne** on every evening at-8 o'clock, from lhe I*l of December unlil lhe 20ttt of March, and give information to Ihe cilisens of the same through Ihe column* of the Cambridge Chronicle. [Saturday evening excepted.] BRUCE A CREtiORY. KIIWARU HYDE. lIENJ W _ JOS. N. OIBU9. CALVIN MIIRKK. T. }. IiURNEY. V. A. 4s fl. r. lIAMMATT. NATII. SNOW. ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
Auction Sales. Qf ARDIANK SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By virtue ofa license of lha Court ot Prolate for the County of Suffolk, there will ba void on the premise*, by Public Auction, on FRIDAY, the 11th day of December next, at 3 o'clock, P. M-, rpWO UNDIVIDED EIGHTH PARTS OF A m LOT OF LAND, situated in Weft street, in that part of Cambridge called Cambridgeport, bounded and measuring as follows:—Southerly on West street fifty-nine feel; easterly on land of Jeremiah Cronan, formerly of Walter Frost, ihere measuring one hundred feet* i.orilwi ly on a fifteen feel passageway, there measuring fifty-nine, feet; and westerly on land of John Hunter, formerly of Joseph Holioe*, till it come* to lhe first mentioned bound*; be tlie same more or less, with the privileges and appurtenance* to the same belonging. Kanl premises being subject to the right of dower of Mary Hum th of said Cambridge, widow. Tlie terms will be slated on the premises, at the time of llie sale, MARY SMITH, Guardian. n 26 8t S...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
ON ACCOUNT or THE REBUILDING OF "OAK HALL," THE STOCK OF READY MADE CLOTHING AND— FURNISHING GOODS, WILL BE CLOSED UP VEUY CHEAP, AND AT GREAT SACRIFICE. WHOLESALE TRADERS SHOULD LOOK TO THIS PREVIOUS TO MAKING THEIR PURCHASES. ENTRANCE 3« ANN STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE MERCHANT'S ROW, BOSTON. riKK INSURANCE. THK HOLYOKE MI'TIIAI. FIRE INBIIRANCE COM ri\NV mi Hitl&lt;-in, coinnu-iict.l op-ration* Mny 'il, I*»U. The number of Policies whirl) have l.trn sin miy issued try smiJ Company Is 4|-si Aad Ibe anmuni of properly insured, more limit *Bi,uui,ouu Amount of I-spits), in Premium Nnlea, is SbOA*.*) lusiil-niK-e fnr lhe term nl six *i-..r*. A trenter ninuiint than a_tiot), tint taken 011 any one risk Property deemed extntaaaeiaaeas noi t-ir.cn. l&gt;ia_CToaa-Jobii H. Williams, Salem ; Caleb Smith, do; Willmni rtiuion, do; Hu.utieu d-borne, .In- John P. Allen, SaiiclimU-r- Frederic ti. Low, &lt;.I.»ur«*ler; William t'aUniH, arnleheari ; Frederic Miirli* 11. l-.-iw...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
CRAKB EXHtaiTlOl* —OF— CLOTHS, CA S SIM Ell ES, ASD READY MADE CLOTHING* _AT— QUINCY HALL. r—iin« wsf.mbk *-ro.:K or fai.i. and wintfK at l.nnil. I. itm. nflVrid tn. i w-|.r. ti,,n. tari&gt;.r*llia al.| Ka }.t".".'!l '.' .' , i , T , ."'i-' : a»*"l*.eii»:h. vSstimi*. ami 111.. 11l MAIIK 1.irT111V.],..,,, .5i.,.. ,» ~„„„■ lv '/ ow"piiit''r''ri ! ' "' "* • ■*"■ *""'" """"I 1 " 1 SIMMONS &amp; CO. Determined in clear nul llielr old stork, in make n em for full Import-moil-., aa** iiu.iU.t tl.e m r t'lim in nirl lhe ui-irkel, and Iheir font er -.niron-. i.ml llie -milt- \- _*r 1 Hnd Hie prices such a* will five ml ire -utiiilnriii.i,, n_.it re_ii_uei_l* them for wnlkitif down lowu. ONE PRICE! Htrirtly adhered to, and -.noils exrhsiited ff ihev r*n not suit, ti vinj- a person not -niinaiiiled uilli ihe precise value of sn article, the same adv-ming-* as the most experienced tradesman. Olg ITS TOM WORK needs no comment. We rimrnntee as tood FITS and work as can lie made, a...
POETRY. NOT TO MYSELF ALONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
POETRY. NOT TO MYSELF ALONE. ** Not to ni)self iilooi'/* The little opening flower liaui-putleil cries — «■• Nol to myself atone I Wid nml I* \ With legiau-l lu'oalh lb" bteezes 1 ptIAuMJ Ami glalilim nil things *V» " l &gt; '"i" 1 " 1 *"' &lt;■&gt;«• Tlib bee roiues sipping, iveiy eventide, lit* daiitiy till; The holiwAj witbiu my cup d»th bide Frun threatening ill.** •* fin! to my-01l nlnnc," The nrihiriii star airfi honest pride (lulli boast, "'Not to myself ult. nc I rise nml &lt;*ci, 1 write npnn etg.it* curunnl ufjet, His power nod skill who hiriuc-d mtt myi"M nUtt &gt; A friendly he-icui) nl lleuieii's open guf*, I geiu the sky, Thut mini might m Vr fii(,i-i, in every file, His home on high " •« .Nol In niy-tt'if alone," The heavy-laden ban doth nun mm in;; hum— » N&lt;it in mysell nlone li.iin Howcr lv lhi--er, I Ml the WUod- tin* garden, ami llje l"'»ei, Ami lo the liivt at -Veiling irrarj «*_*•*■ i Fur mail, for* man iln* lus...
THE TEAK OF GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
THE TEAK OF GRATITUDE. There is a gem more purely bright, Hete dear to mercy's eye, Tli.ui love's sweet star, whose mellow light Fir*i cheers the evening sky; A liquid pearl that flitters wlitie No sorrows now intrude, A richer gem than iimnurcha went — Tho lear of gratitude. Rut ne'er shall narrow love of wealth Invite tins tribute forth; Nor ran the sordid clave of pelf Appreciate its worth; Hut ye who soothe the widow's woe, And give llie orphan food, For you (Ins liquid pearl shall How— The tear of gratitude ! Ye who but slake an infant's thirst. In heavenly incrcy's name, Or proffer |a*nury a crust, Tin' (-wet: I reward tuny claim; Then while yon rove life's sunny banks, Willi sweetest lliiw'rcts strewed, Still may you cbiiin the widow's thanks, The feeaa*_ gratitude !
MISCELLANY. A LITTLE EMBARRASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
MISCELLANY. A LITTLE EMBARRASSED. Dun ability or Timber it* a wet state. I Of the durability of timber in a wet stale, ihe piles nf tho bridge built by the Emperor Trajan across lb* Danube aro ono example. One of tlmse piles was taken up nnd found to be pelritietl to the depth of threo quarters of nn inch, hot the rent of the' wood wns htlle different fiom ils ordinary stale, ■hough il had boen driven more than sixteen centuries. The piles under the London Bridge hive been &lt;h ive.n rtboul linn yenrs, and from Mr. ['.inn's observulious in 1746, il did not appenrth.it limy were materially decayed. In 181!, limy were suliit-icutly -•nund to support the massive superstructure; they ell childly of elm. In dig-rinj-; away the foundation of Old Savoy Palace, London, wliieli was built (&gt;"io years ago, the whole of the piles, consist hi}; of oak, utm, beach and chestnut, we're found in a state of perfect Hiuindness, nsalso was the planking vvhieli covered iho pihi heads...
A HOME BY THE MOUNTAIN SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
A HOME BY THE MOUNTAIN SIDE. BY EDWIN HERIOT. AIR— "A life on the. Ocean Warn*,** A Home by lhe mountain's side, A Cot in Lhe vale 1-clow, Where tlie rippling waters glide, And the chrystal fountain.- flow. The cup these lips have --u-illtd Can bring delight ua more, O give me the cooling draught That reason and health can restore. A Home, &amp;C. A freeman once more I stand In soul, and not only in name, Now ri.ived us a rescued brand Just plucked from tbe raging fbtinc. Though temptations may oft urine, And trie world with its follies charm, Still, still, sliall this l-osuin prize The cup that can never harm. A Home, tic. Tim tempter his driers mny wield. The foe wilh hi* wiles assail, Hut, armed with our mighty shield, Our cause will ever prevail. And the song of our henrt* shall be, We will think—we will drink no mote, Colli water has made us Irco And reason und health will restore. A Home, tko. Ten Guineas Worth of Advice-—The following anecdote is told of the celebrate...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
t CONBUMMKMI COBED I UK- DAVIS'S COMPOUND SYKIF WTLD CHERRY AND TAU. «\ MV WAV KArtT HIOM HOME, Pedocah, Ky . lv February m£ t era* Hiiß.-k-d \a.th n vlulrnl roM in ,-,,~-.|in; lhe ii.mmltUU". ll was so severe ilmi I wns , ~|,li-m.I t" lav by 111 New York several ititis idler eoiui.U'iitn! ■ ud businna. A luile recnutid, t retun.t-d io I'lubtdeh loa, ■Uieii Missr* Itobiusoil, Cnllui*. A Co. re. ntiun, nd. .1 In ,m. Pit D.WIrt'HVKUi'OI'WILUt UllllHV A.M1T..11. ■ H,i&lt; m_ lui-.iut-'s lo alliit'l io, ami with the ineomenk-nre .itit'udiiui nbseiieefroiu home. 1 oouUl uul lake ll reitihtrh oi -mv the iiront-r ulUlillmi lulh.- rt-ftiiuemlirecle.l. 1 linn .1 great hem 111, however. tVuut l-.kiu* [&gt;h&lt; I nl h hot tin wn-&gt; ".;,i u.Jh lelievcd.aiul enableil lo start im my jiiiruei buu.e. It.-rrossinf ihe uioiiuluui*, \ was nxyoned io amivere sinrin wl.ub renewed the Hll-.ek with vreiilly llicit*ai*ed violence, lollow.d l.y a lmr.'M-*lii_ ruu;li. fr-al...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846
|.N »Jl'OV*iN. The Air-Tight MaiJcini Parlor Stove, Patented October, 1845. BY menus nf tin* Imuruveuienls combined In tliii Rtnve, tlie llatlie .mil sllllililll'i'US „ tir-i *- ari) .-n-sill liimn' iii Olio conlncl Willi the (he, I.v wliieli imuiv ile-irnMt- a IfailMfe* uiu i-eiun-il. Tile Ue.it is no loii.er vuik-lit, (nil so uiiM mul coliable ai to cause trie teniperature or a Madeira climate io circulate tlimii_|-nui every part ol' tlie room \ tlirdeiirt-e desired heuui rcirululed wilh llie pn einioii ol clock-work l.y itie-u.-tof llio vh|v. 11l llie •,liiukc---i,-e, witlioHl tilt* posMiiility of the sseaas uf ■■* in' no-don* vapor, that beln* in. liilly (-ousiiini-il with thu smnke and i!u-l uri*in_front cumbiuthiu. winch are ihu '.rium.la ..it ultn li lliu'.iiifiu i_ „,-. Cured. The cml -iroimMi tl nml which has been lull-, ultaitie&lt;l, la lo .'oiiwillt* the Mnoke, tlmt, 111 nl till notions i_i-.es, ttii-rrhy ii.cieH-.ui_ the In' it, niiili'ijrt'iilly diuiinisliiu . ...