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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

IIOLMi'"! . Natort's Onißtl RcstsraHrr TlllHVotplnhle Mtsllclne atuuda unrivalled for the foi low ii.g Complaint*, vis.; P.Srt.rslA OH IMlUltinilON, UISKAHKU LIVER JAUNDICE, UILLIOUd t'HOl.ir, COHTIVENKkh, KM. Of AIM»KTITK.ABTIIMA,«II.UOIIB ll]H URDKHrt, WORMa.NKUVOIiacOMI'I.AI.N'IM. PAIN IN TI|ES[PE,HLFf.DIN<.ATTI|fc* ■**I'oM\CII,CO|,D»ANDt:Otr(IHHOF 1.0Nr.-.TANDINCHOARHKNKKiI, WIOKTN KSH OF UHKATIf, rti:.\ SICKNESS, Ac, Ac. J. it lIOI.MAN, Proprietor, Xa. 10 t.-aruaill. lUmsliM*. A. RBIP, A«rtit fbr fambridre, At lhe Office of the Cambridge Chionicte. TUis Medicine is ofa wanning, clieeilng ami iuvigiiraiing nature, ami Is aever Known iv weaker, the patienti whereas it is well known many oilier Cathartic*, hnve ittreeily an - l(J . ptwite iviidoucv. It has a uionl powerful indue nee, e\r--e_. id by un other medicine, Hi removing NKRVOtiS COJltI'l.AlN'l'rt. It is pleasaul lo take, nnd hi ils operiilhai m tuii.h an, that n may be ndm blistered to the tender infant with s-...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1846. NUMBER 32. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 10, 1846. WHIG NOMINATION. For Representative to Congress. District No. 4— JOHN G. PALFREY of Cambridge.

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From the Columbian Magazine for December. THE WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

From the Columbian Magazine for December. THE WIDOW. BY MRS. C. H. BUTLER. POOR widow Grey! No one know what her early life had heen, for she came a stranger to P_____, yet God grant that the brightness of other days may have sometimes relieved the darkness which brooded over her last sad hours uf poverty and wo ! It is now many years since, that one dark, inclement night, in thu month of March, a low knocking wus heard ut the door of the parsonage. It being already past nine o'clock, which hour, in those primitive times, was the signul for retiring, the one domestic of the good pastor hud gone to bed, so taking v li_ht Mr. Prune is himself went to tho door, thinking ii might he v summons to the sick or dying bed of some parishioner. I'p.m iho steps stood it female, leading in each hand a child, while thu light of thu candle revealed ihe pale, haggard couuteiiancu of a man over her shoulder. •• How can I serve you, my good people ?" said the pastor, Momewhut surprised ut seeing stra...

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THE LIGHT OF GRANADA [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

THE LIGHT OF GRANADA BY MARY V. SPENCER. '* Mourn not, lady ! Allah is good, and means it for the best." ' As the female attendant thus spoke she lifted up ' her eyes to the lattice, nnd saw a spectacle without, such a* the world has rarely beheld. It was the last day of Granada. Away lo the south lay the mighty city lifting its palaces iv iht. sunlight, and shooting its gay minarets on high as ' proudly as in the noonday of its splendor. The ' vast cump of Ferdinand covend the brow of thu ' adjacent hill, and reaching down into the valley held in its circuit the countless hosts of Spain.— I Thu regal canopy in the centre ; the lordly nuvil- I ions of thu nobles around ; nnd the long hue of knights' und esquires' tents, stretching faraway to the right, glittering wilh banners of every hue, lornicd a spectacle more gorgeous than any which ' had been seen since the host of tho Crusaders sat down before the walls of Acre. It was a stirring ' sight—and one worthy of the day. The contest...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

WmAHUt&U KVERV TII.UaSf>AY HY ANDREW liEID, .1 hi. olllci-. corner of Mnin .mil Mafssllia Hired., our ihe .tor's of Joseph Jk.Baln.aß* .■"•. fi.i..hriJ..uoii. I Kit MS OF THE eIIBOMCI.E. TWO DOLLARS .'EI. ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Suli.crinlioil. recei.c.l for six months. ftJ-Siiiifle copies, four cants. May I* ol.laineil al ilirUiiiversiiy Bookstore, Ct__id(a| Sir. Woik'e, ami al the office, corner of Mnin und Maga.loa .11 eels, CAMIIIUDfJI'.I'ORT. [tl- Mr- GroßiiE Hvrr I. our tiuiliorizcd agent far K.ast t,'iiniliri.li;e, ami xvill see to llie ili-lixeiy of IBS paper, in ll"" Ward ; und will also Iruusacl all laisiuess relali.e 1., the Chriiuicle. Any pel son in ihat section of the city wishing lo .ul.Hcliue or udverijst', will please cull 011 1.i.... TERMS OK ADVERTISING IN THE CHKONICI.E. Ailverlisenients notexcee.liny 10 or 12 lines, .'irst Insertion, J M I'.aeli sol.sequent insertion, I. 20 Hy the u.oi.lh, (four ingenious,) 1 00 Business Card., 1 x.oar, « 00 " ...

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ORGANIZATION OF CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

ORGANIZATION OF CONGRESS. Washington, Dec. 7. The second session of tho Twenty-Eighth Congiess opened ibis dnv, at noon. A quorum of members being present in both Mouses, ihe usual committees wore appointed lo announce llie organization of Congress to the President, who replied that ho would coiumuuie..te wilh lliem tomorrow by message. Senate.— The Vice President called Ihe ■M to order at twelve o'clock. A resolution was . oflered hy Mr. Speight, ami adopted, diiecling tho . Secretary to inform the House that v quorum was j present, and ready to proceed to business.—- : Twelve o'clock was fixed as the hour of meeting, until otherwise ordered. On motion of Mr. j Breese, Messrs. Ureese, Crittenden and Semple, 1 were appointed on tho pari of the Senate, to wait | on the President and aui.nuiice the organization of boili Houses of Congress. Fuch Senator was allowed newspapers eijoul to the cost of three daily papers. I Mr. Breese, from the Commiltee, reported that thoy hud waited ou th...

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From the Boston Advertiser of Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

From the Boston Advertiser of Wednesday. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. New York, December 8, ) 20 miiiulcM past 11 o'clock, p.m. $ The President's Message was recoiled here by rxpress about 10 o'clock this evening. I sci.d an uhitract. The President says ihe Mexican war was unprovoked by tho Cnited Stales. After years of endurance of unredressed wrongs on our p:irt, Mexico commenced hostilities. Kong before tbe advance of our army to the Rio lira ode, we had just cause fir wnr. He reviews the course of .Mexico from the declaration of her independence ns a scries of continued insults and spoliations upon Americans without redress. When our claims were ascertained by convention, we gave indulgence of payment, but only 'A of 20 instalments have been paid Mexico, he ■ays, bad a second time violated the treaty by re-fufin-r to carry into ellect llie 6th article of the treaty of 1843. Ho reviews ihe settlement of Texas and tie revolution ;—demonstrates the iibsunlily of .Mexico making it a prete...

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WEDNESDAY MORNING, 2 O'CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

WEDNESDAY MORNING, 2 O'CLOCK. [The lateness of our Telegraphic Desputch precludes v morn enlarged synopsis of the Message, for our edition this morning. Tho whole my bo expected by tho long Is'and Mail of this evening ]

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. Tho steamship Caledonia, Captain X. 0. I.ott, from Liverpool Nov. lihh, arrived at Boston on s. Saturday morning ut MYtH o'clock—making tho i passage in fifteen days. j The Culedouiu hud 67 passengers : from Livor- ■ pool to Halifax, 4; from Liverpool lo Boston 63 ; ,_ ' from Halifax lo Boston 10. )fj ThoCottou markut is quiet ; the speculative de- '' | mund bus censed, und pur'.'ies are looking to the J i elJ'uein which the ulleged deficiency in the new crop _ ' may have on prices. J 'i'ho Corn markets ure stationary. A large export . trade is still going on, aud 3000 quarters of Lincolni! shire were bought a few days ago at 605., for ' ; shipment to France. The present 4s. duty is found ' to be prohibitory, and as fast us Corn or Flour arrives, it will, it is aaid, be exported. Tin: Money market is easy. A diminution of j bullion continues, but a smaller extent than pre- ■ viously. The packet ship Joshua Hates arrived at Liverpool on the 7th ult. The pass...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

Prom Santa Fe.—Accounts from Santa Fe to Oct. 20, have been received at St. Louis. They are not very favorable. The volunteers hnd nothing but loose lime upon their hand*, and they employed that time in the worst manner. A letter of the 20:h says : Tin. constant transmission of troops to ibis place, bes.dpg tho riinrmoui expense it wit) create, on.l the additional fact that they arc of no earthly use hor.;, has produced a great many evil consequen- * ces. Want of employment engenders idleness j amongst the men, and if is followed by want of discipline, insubordination, drunkenness and crime. I do nol exaggerate at all, whon I say, that not a day pastes hut what some outrage, some crime is committed by llie American soldieiy, whose \ic-tim-i usually are Mexicans. When Hen. Kearney remarked, Unit '* an army without discipline was a nioli of the most dangerous kind," he foresaw hut half what would ensue when he left the government of this army to hands unaccustomed and inc.ipiiiie of w...

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From the Boston Atlas of Saturday. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

From the Boston Atlas of Saturday. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. t The Twentt-skcond or December.-— t The anniversary of the " I.aodiug of the Pilgrims" is to be cc I tit ruled wilh appropriate religious services, in the church of the " Society of the Pil- • priiiingu," at Plymouth. Rev. Mark Hopkins, D. $ I)., President of Williams College, is expected lo t deliver the address. i Hint to Retailers,—The editor of ihe Hartford ■• Chatter Oak," in a recent uccount of a "trip to the Bay Slate," makes the following ' statement in rehrencu lo Blaudford : M There have heen in Blandford, since iho inj corporation of the town, thirty-eight tuvcrneis. (Jf these, thrco died of detiiium Iremeus —seven became intemperate—one died in ihe poor house— ' eighteen lost all their properly—seventeen ditl not i improve their pecuniary condition by iho business— j three only acquired properly—four were cursed wilh intemperate wives—lwtnlv-five sous and four duitghteis became intemperate !" The Holy Land.—A so...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

Smithsonian I.Ns-rri'Dtk,—Tho Washington conetipondent of iho New York Kxpicss, under date of Dec. 4, writes as follows : Tht "Smithsonian l.tgeiiis'* hnve done a good day's work 10-dny, crn.tiiu ing nil uf which I wrote yea yesterday. To Profet-.-nr ileniv the hundsome compensiitioii hus been wiled of $%m$ for a salary, und, when thu buildings are completed, the addition of a house. Mr. Jewell, of llrown Fmvcrsity, will he made librarian, at the request of the Regents. He is a very distinguished lliblical sclkolar, and the salary, for Mr. J. would probubly he three ihousund dollars. Twenty thousand dollars wilt he expended during the first year, for hooks, —nntl in regard to Professorships and lecturers, nothing is done at present. The interest of thu fund up to July hist, will bo expended in lectures. 1 have no room for further particular*-, this evening. Explosion or Chemical Fluid.—On Saturday night, n glass lamp, continuing a small (pinntity of Porter's Chemical (turning Fluid,...

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For the Chronicle. TEA PARTY AND SALE IN CAMBRIDGEPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

For the Chronicle. TEA PARTY AND SALE IN CAMBRIDGEPORT. Mh. Euitoh,—Religious toleration »_ M of . mosl beautiful mid U-gitiuuiUi fiuiis of our bok rsl i(jn. Among Christians, especially in tkw fr*« Cl , ny.il is lo be expected there will be a great diversity on religions subjects—that there would be _ | le>( riety of denominations. This diversity of reli_j 0 M-ntiuiiMit iiiiiurully results from the disconnecti which exist* between the Slate and institutions o» T ligion, and the freedom of the press. Hence ili c ccsxity of toleration, and the exercise of kind feclin MBttg thu various sects Inwards each other. This ' nol only tlm cuße in llie community at large, but ia In noticed in tho family circle. In that of the writ niny he fi.uiid seven different denominations, and withstanding ibis variety of belief, we lire hi lliem,, iiniie.d.lc relations .villi each other. Our practical jr.. is the life. His creed cannot be wrong, Whose life is in the right. We have been led to t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

The Cambridge Telescope. —We understand that ihn object glass of the great Cambridge Frjualorial, was received here on Friday, apparently in Hue order. Its clear npperture is suid to lie over fifteen inches, and its focal length about twen-ty-five feet. This telescope has been pronounced by its maker, Mertz, of Munich, •* far belter" llian that at the Observatory of Pulknva, St. Petersburg, hilhcrto considered hy far the finest refractor in the world, and which wns nlso constructed at Munich. Serve idea of obtaining pieces of flint glass, of this enormous size, may be derived from the fiet, ihat whilst the whole cost of this splendid instrument, wilh nil its mossy mounting, machinery and appendages, will not exceed twenty thousand dollars, lh.it of the object glass alone is about UNO-thirds of the whole. F.i.17. a nr.Tii Moore, vs. City or Loweli.. —This case ha* been on irial before the Supreme Court, at Cambridge, for several dnys. It will re recollected that Mrs. Moore, wife of i...

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communicated for the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

communicated for the Chronicle. On Suoday, Nov. 2»lh. Ray. loan T. W. Wa»« oot.rwl upon tho dutioa ol Pastor qf tho Uniurlao Society lo Cttmbridgaport. Io ttto morning, th. Pwtor .loci waa inducted in office by appropri.te religiou. aarvicM. Th. Installing Prsyw waa offered by Rev. Jame. Walk.r, D. D., .nd so eloquent Di.cour.e wss preached by Ray. Georgo Putnam, D.1)., from the toil, "Come unto m. all ye that labor and ore heavy laden, and I will give you rest." The object of the preacher was to show, that there are certain quealions of vital importance to tbe peace and hnppin... of man, which hi. unaided reasoning powers cannot answer; among Ihe most important, are those relating to th. existence and character or God, and to tho future destiny of man. Chnstisnity .loos, speaking with authority from above, can anawer theae questions, and thus impart rut to the bumao soul. The ssr.ices in the afternoon wero conducted by Rev. Mr. Ware. Hia discourse was from the text, "Search the Scr...

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[Reported for the Chronicle.] MEETING OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

[Reported for the Chronicle.] MEETING OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Dec. Ist, IR4«. ■ Ai I tnec.ing of the school Committee of Cant ' liiidge held this day at the room of the Mayor und Aldermen in the City Hull, Reports were presented by the Sub-Committees with regard to their tnon bly visits to the Schools, end the quarterly examinations. Mr. Albro from the Sub-Committee of Ward 1. reported that in conformity with a vote passed at (he last meeting the High School in Ward 1, had been discontinued; ihut the Washington Giammar School bad been removed to the High School House ; and that Mr. William Cusbing had been engaged to furnish all necessary High School Instruction. Report accepted. Mr. Lndd reported that Miss Bnrnham bad been appointed Teacher of the Academy Primary School in Ward 3, and Miss Mina Dane of the Thorndike Alphabet School. Mr. Austin reported that Miss Murdoch had been appointed Teacher of the North Primary School in Ward 1. These appointments, were confirmed. Adjourned ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

Highway Ro«*b*y.—A gentleman who hud occasion to vitit an apothecary* .Imp about 2 o'clock on Tuesday morning, reports that he saw, at the corner of Salem and Cooper streets, n man knocked down and robbed hy three other men. T'be victim made loud outcriee for the watch, without avail. The robbere seeing iho gentleman looking on, started after him, when, tearing for hie own safety, he fled. About IS o'clock on Monday night, a gentleman from the country was found by the watch in Ann afreet, somawhiit excited from drinking, with hi. cap gone. He atated that, while passing through Ann afreet, a person came up to him, and expressed great admiration for his overcoat; aaid that he intended to buy just •uch a con, and requested the owner to allow him to try i| on. This favor being refused, the thief thrust hia hnnd intn his pocket, took out his wnllet, containing about $50, and then, taking hie cap from off hia bend, left the poor countryman, at midnight, peanyleea in the atreeta of a atran...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

POLICE REPORT. Deputy Marabal ion*, cospplairwd of/. LeveU of Boston, for breach of Cily Ordinance, in breaking and destroying a lantern on Browlw.y. iv Ward 2. Fined 05 aud costs. Robert SNOT*, fur takings little 100 much of llie alrong drink, and being a little disorderly, spent llie Sabbath with Capt. Watson. Paid a fine of SI und cost., and went on his way rejoicing. Jamu Stevent wa. brought up before Jiulice Marrell, for breach of Cily Ordinance, for allowing hi. drain to empty into Spring street. Was lei off by paying costs, and promising to be more careful in future. Ellen Lawrence was sent to the House of Correction three months, for beiog a lewd und wanton person, in speech, Itc. An admonition lo profligates not to be found in Cambridge. The city police are vigilant, and such characters will hardly escape detection.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 December 1846

The Steamer Atlantic—Much of the cargo or the Atlantic, says the New York Commercial, will beaaved from the beachand lran.hipped by order of Mr. Holland, th* Pre.ident of the Norwich and Worcester Ruilroad, to whom great credit i. due for the prompt and active measures he ha. taken in .aving the properly from the wreck. TrNP.BANCE. —The tein.xrrnnce meeting, lust Monday coiling, ill Douglass' Hlock, xvns onusilillly interesting. It wa. addressed by Ihe Rev. Mr. Parker, and a number of other gentlemen. The main question discussed wus, " Doe* it take *ix Keek* or three month* to get the rum out of a man, while he i* in the Home of Correction?" Another question was brought up, " atrr the inmat,* of the House of Correction allowed to drink rum, while confined tn that intlitulin ?" No final conclusiuii was arrived al, and lb. subject was |Hisl|H>ned till the next meeting, on Monday evening next, when we bo|ie lo .cc n lull bouse. • The J »tin E ha. filled up in handsome sljle,...

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