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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1846. NUMBER 4. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1846. Those addresslng us will please add port to Cambridge; there being three post offices in our new city.

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HOPE IN SADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

HOPE IN SADNESS. A troublesome scene is this sublunary world, Oft darkened by storms—overcast oft with gloom : The rocks from their heights by the tempest are hurled, And nature full oft wears the hue of the tomb. But why should our spirits by these be o'ercome, And wear the same solemn funereal hue, When the bright sun of hope strives their night to illume, And the joy of past scenes in the soul to renew? O, let its bright beams shine within thy sad heart, And shed o'er thy soul their enchanting, soft spell: 0, list to the truth they would fondly impart— "Fear not for the future—all yet shall be well."

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THE CROWN OF A HUNDRED SOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

THE CROWN OF A HUNDRED SOUS. From the French of Eugene Guinot. It was past midnight, and the bride had already been some time in the nuptial chuniber, when the young spouse succeeded at last in escaping from his friends and lt:uviug the ball room, when lie a»cended the stium, ujion one of the landing place.. of which a wuiting-inuid met him, and modestly told him to enter. The new husband rapped lightly upon the door, nnd threw himself at tho feet of a woman who wan waiting for him, seated near the fire, in nn elegant night-dress, such as a rich widow might be expected to wear, whose desires had been satisfied by a new marriage. " Rise, my friend," said she to her spouse, giving him her hand. M No, no, madam," replied tbe young man, ae.zing upon a white hand which be clasped between his own, and carried to bis lips. " No, leave me at your feet, and do not withdraw your hand, for 1 feur lest you escape mo ; I fear that this is only an illusion ; it seems to me that 1 am the bf.ro of ...

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From the Christian Parlor Magazine. MARY WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

From the Christian Parlor Magazine. MARY WILSON. Our grave-yard is a lovely spot. None could be lovelier. At the foot of the hill, on whose side rests the fathers of our village, the lordly Hudson rises and falls with a heavy pulsation, as if the heartthrobs of the great earth were visible in it as it were n huge artery. The mountains are above it. The morning sun looks on it from the peaks of the Highlands, find as the same sun goes down at night, the lull-tops gleam with bis rays, and seem set to he guardians around ihe burial place. It matters little where the body shall sleep when its inhabitant is gone. The eye of (Hod will never lose it, nnd the trump of the archangel will not fail to reach it, whether it be laid away on tho shelf of a vault ot buried in the ground; whether it rest in the vast catacombs of I-gypt or in a dead pit at Naples, or in such a quiet, shady spot as our village grave-yard. Still there is a pleasure in the thought' that the body we have become attached ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

GOLD IN A HOT DAY.—A fat Englishman came into a broker's office, faint and exhausted, one hoi «lny n while ago, ami Hinging hinusrlf riown in a chair looked for all llie workl as if fpn.m_f.ei.u_. coiulawtion woiihl he the next stage with him. After getting a little breath, *' Ao amazing ot country is this,** said he, " find pray what tk> you giva for sovereigns.'* The pi ice wax fixed upon, and the Englishman unI ait toned h>_ waistcoat, (Hilled open bis shirt, a\v\ t4»k from immcttinlc contact with his laxly, a belt, to which were attached various leather pockets, containing over six hundred sovereigns, Afler silting long entnigh lo cool a little, Ike t<M<k Inuk notes for hid aovrcrtgos, put them in his pocket, and walked off, hreathing much mote easy. RELICS IN THE BATLE OF GERMANTOWN, — ,On Sninrd-i., a oi.«n engaged in digging a grave at ! GeimnntnYin, ili-co.ercd a ntmtber of human lames, i Mion a r-|rot which was identified hy R ven...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, At the corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over the store of Joseph A. Holmes & Co. Cambridgeport. TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for six months. Single copies, four cents. May be obtained at the University Bookstore, Cambridge; Mr. Work's, Cambridgeport: Mr. Gales, (under the methodist Church) East Cambridge; Jordan & Wiley's, Boston; and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, • treeta, CAMBRIDGEPORT. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 linen, First Insertion 0 50 Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 By the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 Business Cards, 1 year, 6 00 " " 6 months, 3 50 " " 3 months, 2 00 Advertisements exceeding 12 linen charged in proportion. A liberal discount to those who advertise by the year. All Mercantile or Medical advertisements inserted according to contrac BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCR...

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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

CONGRESS. The army bill and other war measures nre tho matters which hnve of lato chiefly engrossed the attention of holli branches of Congress. The policy of the ndminislration which occasioned the present distracted state of the country is to us so inexplicable that we have no heart lo meddle with it As spectators, indeed, wo look upon if wilh much concern; as friends of peaco and good morals, of Immunity nnd national honor, with much alarm. The various popular issues uddiessed lo different interests, by which tho remarkable revolution of; sentiment in regard to the annexalioti of Texas was I brought about, show the danger of experimenting j upon public ereduliiy. How conlradiclory were j thoso issues I 'I be extension of (lie area of free- ' doui, and of l!ie urea of slavery—a peaceful pos- | ■OMbn of Texas alone, and | highway to still greater incienst: of territory. By these things the prurient ears of citizens in different pints of tho republic were tickled, according lo their...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

P vm-p-fl ofßabk.—■ Information was received in lbi« city, yesterday, lhat ihe President had granted v fall and uncondiiional pardon to Babe oonvi i d ol piracy on board Ibn lohoanor Sarah LSnWn, about tblOT years Mnc-. .\". \\ s,m.

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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

FOREIGN. The Urit nmiu, which arrived on Thursday last, brought no political news of any iui|»ortuiice. The business of Parliament lingers, and the tariff bill is in the same state iv which it was left at the previous dates. Il had not been taken up for a second rending iv the Commons. The Irish coercion bill, after much debute, was iv the same ! stage, b«t ing been read hut once. Tbe taritl'bill was about being taken up again, and so far as any thing can be inferred from the opinions expressed in different English journals, it seems probable that tbe corn bill will eventually pass, though doubts are still UpIUMI. of the concurrence of the peers. If it should fail, the dissolution of the ptesent ministry is expected to follow. If Sir Robert Feel's system of commercial policy should be rejected ns a'whole, yet expectation is slill widely entertained that ihe com laws will be repeuled. Tbe Oregon question bad ceased to be agitated, " scarcely giving occasion lo a stray paragraph.*' Th...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. We perceive by tbe subjects proposed for con- ; siderution at the great Roman Catholic Council, ut Baltimore, the session of which comm.iiced more than ten days since, and is probably nuvv closed, that several grave matters were to be icled upon relating to iho creating of new diocese* nnd. bish- j ops, the multiplication of priests, and it mure eflec- j tual sepnrntion from Protestant intlucnto than has, heretofore existed. The new dioceses named for consideration are in Maine, New York, New Jersey, ant St. Louis; am) bishops are nominated to fill them. In order thut v priest may be provided fur every thou, and souls, and this is a very modest provision for Catholics, twenty-three hundred priests beyond the present number will bo required. I The Catholics, whether Jesuits or not, have a [ great ileal of thu wisdom of this world mingled | with their devotion to their exclusive hierarchy,and : I indeed iheir hierarchy itself is the cunning contriI vance of huma...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

Cat not! ci a no PaortiTAHTo.— ThnunMr of embolic* lo the different countries of En-1 rope, i* 105,1114,1)25, nnd of Prolestnuls 53 2*12,- I 335. The proportion is morn than throe Catholics to one Protestant.

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From the Seat of War. FULL DETAILS OF THE BATTLES ON THE RIO GRANDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

From the Seat of War. FULL DETAILS OF THE BATTLES ON THE RIO GRANDE. From Ihe N. O. Bee, I.xlrn, of May 17th, we copy the following account of tho first butlle, fought, us it appeurs, on the 8 th instant. By tbe extremo kindness of Captain F.ddy.of tbe schooner Louisiana, who left Bruzos Santiago ou the 11th instant, aud arrived at the Fnghsh Furn this evening, we nre indebted foi the following important and interesting account from |wiut lsubcl up to the evening of ihe 9lh insl. General Tuyior left Point Isabel on tho 7th 111 st. with 2000 men and 250 wagons louded wilh mores for Ihe fort opposite Matamoros. Ou the Bth, while marching, BUM in sight of the Mexican Army, nnd when quite near, both armies commenced firing wilh iheir artillery. Tbe Mexicans, from 7000 to 10,000 strong, surrounded General Taylor, but those on the reur were soon forced to retreat. The battle commenced at noon and I constant rour of cannon was kept up until dark, when nil was quiet. Our army slept on the J...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

Official from the Skat or War.— The Wnnlnnitton Villon, l'.xlro, Rives (wo letter* from Commodore Conner to the eccrolnrv of tho Notre, of which the following i* the Intent; 1 C S. Skip Cr m hcii i.a n 0* Oil' l|ie bar of Hra/.os Sanliago, May R, 1846. Sir : An staled In my communication of the 'Id ■netsj the squadron left ihe road* of Sacrificiou* on the morning of the lib, and hits just anchored oil' the bar of Sanliago, where I have just been apprised that hostilities had actually taken place some ' days since. A* tho opportunity by which I send (hi* communicalion cannot be detained, 1 have ootj time to add, lhatafter eoinimiuieating with (ien. 'Vn\ lor and iißceriaining the situation of affairs at Mutainoro*. I shall remain here no longer limn the pre- ; lenee of the squadron may he required ; afler which it will be necessary for ibis ship, tho Potomac, and lota Adam* to repair to Pensacola to i replenish their proy ision* and waler ; In tho moan j lime orders will he given to c...

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State Call for Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

State Call for Volunteers. IVoin the Boston Wfc Advertiser of jeattrday. Call on the Militia of MASSACHUSETTS The Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the .Militia of (ho Commonwealth, having received | from this Secretary of War a requisition for n regU incut of infantry, to consist of ten companies uml , 77H men, officers included, litis made lht) following call upon the people of thu Slate, for the enrolment of volunteer*, mid hua iasued the subjoined genem! order making known the form of organization. The volunteers proponed to ho unrolled will constitute Iho I'irst Regiment of Mussuchusctta Infantry, uml will be <» distinct corps from the present volunteer militia of the Stuto, although companies belonging to iho existing regimeuU, should they tender their services, will wo incorpoißted into the • new regiment. TO THE PEOPLE OF MASSACHUSETTS. An Act of Congress pawed on the thirteenth day of May but., declares that " by an act of the Republic of Mexico, a suite of war ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

/lojiiiiini iii'iinrni< MILITARY ARRANGEMENTS. - The Union of Saturday reimirksas follows: During ihe week the most active preparations [ have been made to give effect to the measures of | Congress for n >igorous prosecution of the war ' with Mexico. I'rom ihe mixed chnracler of the | corps—partly of regular troops, and more largely ;of wduuteers—it seems natural flint the general-in-I chief of the army should hike the field-and we I presume that (tcncrnl ScoM will as n mntter of course, assume the command. Wo understand that Ihe volunteer troops to ha 1 immediately called into service will be laken from ' (lie Slates neatest to tin- scene of operations, and lor ihem the necessary eiders have been issued. I Measures have also been taken in have the residue lot the niiihori/i'd force organised, to bo called into | the service of their country nl the shortest notice, lil the public exigencies renuire. We understand j that portions will he called for from each Sta...

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

RECENT PUBLICATIONS. Tut Young Lahies' Klucution aiiv Rkai>i_k; containing a selection of Reading Lessons, hy Anna F. Russell, with Introductory Rules uud exercises in F.loculiou, adapted tu'Femule Readers, hy William Russell, one vol. 12 mo. pp. 480. 1nTHOnUCTION TO tUU YoUNli I.AIIIt.' Ij.Ocutionaky Reaokh, conluiiiing v Solucliun of Rending Lessons; together with the Rudiments of. Klecution adapted to Female Readers, hy William; and Anna V. Uussull, 12 mo. pp. 252, Boston: Jumes Munroo &. Co. These volumes have received very high commendation from some of the most distinguished instructors in this vicinity, and have been intioduced into severul of tho principal Female Semiiiurius. A distinguished divino in v neighboring city, who, in uddition to his pastoral labors, has devoted much time te the improvement of tho public.; schools, us chairman of tho school committee, says of these books—" I consider them incomparably tho best for young ladies' reading books...

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FEMALE OPERATIVES IN LOWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

FEMALE OPERATIVES IN LOWELL. Tho following just remarks occasioned by some observations in the Lowell Advertiser, censuring the manufacturing corporations in that city for oppressive rules, particularly in regard to recommendations of females discharged from their service, show that eommendublo care is taken to preserve good morals in the manufacturing estnblisbnienls, and in a manner which is creditable to thorn* who Imvo the management of them. They are taken from the Lowell Journal. Any person who will sit down and rellect for n moment upon the subject [of tho recommendation of foniales discharged from service,] will see that spine rule of this kind must be maintained. Here we have a population of some nine thousand female operatives, most rf them young women from the country, who come to our city, strangers, without guardians or relatives, and most of them inexperienced in the ways of the world. Then: are always, in v city like this, snares laid to beguile iunoe'ence into crime ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846

I'noM Cal'V Dl Vkups *!«n Coast of Ar-hk-a. —Capt. Ynrrington of brig Pauline, at llostnn, on Saturday from Coast t>f Afrira, t«uched nl Boa*vism, Mnrrh IS, and found the yellow fever uml lilack vooiil raging veiy badly, .-mil il was said thai 1(10 or .100 llail died, ,'mil nil the principal in- | habitants hail 101 l the island. Il commenced in October, nrnl hid 00l vol nlinlod. All English ; steamer, which slopped llieie, lost fioin 70 In SO jof hrr HIW, The English colonies, had Ml three : vessels with provisions to tho poor, and tin- islands had collorlod "2000 bushels of corn, and sonl il lo St. Nicholas.—Tho Uovornnr had put nn gtn duty of about 2 cts. per Hi. on loliarro, making it 10 rents. Polk, hoof, harm, and many oilier niticles were prohil'ltt'd.—Since tho first of March '. an cxlr.i duly of 100 rcis per lon had boon imposjt'd on cyery vessel which anchored, making for n i vessel 250 tons £23, hciidoti anchorage ami other l |Mirt rharaes. F.very bout which le...

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