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WHIG NOMINATION. For Representative to Congress. District No. 4—JOHN G. PALFREY of Cambridge. Election on Monday, December 28. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

WHIG NOMINATION. For Representative to Congress. District No. 4—JOHN G. PALFREY of Cambridge. Election on Monday, December 28. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Ttiis document was published at Jengih in uw>st of ' I the BottM papers ol last week. Ila great length lie- . I cessarily prevents Htiy aitrmpt to transfer it to the columna »f the Clironicte, About iwo-thi.de of the Message treats nf the Mexican war, and th** mensui-s taken hy our .ijverninent to pmsccute and sustain il. The svnnp-is given in our list, by telegraph.- was a very fair one. The President speaks of our relations with the various Indian Iribes as canliuuiiig lo lie nf n pacific character, but does not allude to par relations with other foreign nations. As to the present tariff, tbe President is of the opinion that it will yield more revenue than that of 18-12. He says that a tariff fur revenue t« the onlyone that should be nia'nit lined by us. The President says : — In my nnntial message of December lust, n to...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

Tlie l.oMnn Traveller, in iln remark* on the Message, MgS. " The Matenicnl ofthe Mexican difliculiies in remarkably clear and Hpparenlly fair ; and is decidedly (he best national apology tor thin mincrable war, thai we have yet seen. The dneuuirui, penerally, is extremely well ttriltcu, and is a .lini«litforward, t>tatesiunnlike paper." Tbe Message wns conveyed from Washington tv >.ew Ymk by a (lovcrnmrnt express. Il left Witshinglnn nl 11 miiiiMf*)* after 12, r.avhcd l.alliiiiurr* m 19 iiniiutcn after 1, Philadelphia nt 5, and New Ymk al 1-2 past 9. Here lhe energies of the government were exhaiiitori ; nnd llie Mei"Hnge was permitted to lie hy ipiitllv lill lhe next morning, when il look the regular OMfM of mail, anil arrired in BlMteA in 22 hours after il bad been received al New Yoik. The report of the Toslinasier Ceneral is piuMish-d. He proposes making up the defiriency in reviotue hy pre-pitvtneiil |i_-tnges on letters and papers, and limiting the single...

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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

CONGRESS. Dec. 9.—ln the Senate, Mr. Webster presented o memorial from Harvard College, for the remission ofthe doty on a Telescope. Mr. Ttree-s, of Illinois, gave notice that he should introduce a bill for the graduation of the Public lands; a bill for the Territorial Government of Oregon ; and n bill fur the establishment of tin Oregon Land Office. In the House, Mr. Garret Davis offered a resolution for obtaining information in relation .0 the territorial governments in Mexico. His object was lo know if Ihe President had violated tho luw of nations and thu constitution; if so, he was prepared for ulterior measures, tie denied the President's power to establish civil governments, and challenged him to produce his authority. Mr. Hamsun defended the President, and advised waiting till he liad communicated the fuels. Mr. RhettofS. C. defended tho estnblishment of governments in the conquered territory, on the ground of their being military occupations. Mr. Schunk, of Ohio, contended t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

Capt. J. A. Webber, U, B. Military Store Keeper nl Wnlertown, ndvertises fur one hundred active, brave young men, to serve with Docket and Mountain Howitzer Ilattcrica. dipt. W. says, in his ndvertisinent, that " in pay, provisions nnd clothing this corps will hn aupetior to nny other yet raised ; and from llie kind of arms, will le* constantly in thr nilrancr," where the hurdeal fighting tuny lie expected. Henry Clay, llaniel Wobstnr, and John J. Crittenden have each a son engaged in the ponding vrnr with Mexico. The first is I.t. Colonel of a regiment of Kentucky volunteers ; the second. Captain of a company of volunteers about to proceed lo Mexico ; nnd thn third, a Captain iv the new regiment „f Mounted Riflemen. Tlin Direr-tors of llm Western Itnilroad declared a dividend of three dollars per share, for the paat five months' earnings, payable on tho Ist of January to holder* of atonlt on tlin 15th Docember. — This is at tit* ralo of 7 1-1 pet rent, par annum, and leave* a vary ...

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RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. EriseorAi. C-V-OH ExTii.tiow._A writ, ia tha last Chruaua Wttaa***ay. :_Parhaaa the,, ha. been no period in the history of the f.bnrd aince the revolution, whan the Episcopal Charch haa made such rapid progress in thia country, ~ „ th* praaanl time. Everywhere, throughout thi, vaal country, she ia organizing pariah**, and erect ing temples, to the honor aud worship of tha Most" High God. Within Ihe last thirty years, ah* |„' mora than trebled the number of her churches and miniatera. Mission at Shanghai, China By t|,.. over-land mail, per last steamer, advice* have been received from Bishop Boone uf as late dale aa tl 20ih of July. He wtile* in a moat encours.in. tone. Tha tniaaionaries were all well, aedulousl, engaged in the study ofthe language, and expect ing soon lo be actively employed in preaching ih, gospel. New cundidatea lor baptism hid presented themselves ; and the mission school waa in .uccessful operation. Tho Bishop tnya: " Our labor, have been...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

An ArrECTiNO Incident.—On the last trip upward ofthe steamer Prniiie Bird, last week, a passenger mimed James Sterling, on his way horns from a trip lo New Orleans with produce, fell from the boat in lhe night and was drowned. Tha incident occored this side of Marietta, and the next day the boat re ched lhe landing, where he resided. Whenthebnat stopped, (being unable to reach the shore,) his wife mine lo the door of lhe lum.n on the hunk wilh three little children. The children crime down, nnd received his trunk from the yawl, together wilh a note from the csptmn announcing his death. _ hey were nncooseious of it, and would be until the intelligence could be given them by lhe mother, aud we are informed lh.it there was scarcely a dry eye on the boat as the three merry little prattlers walksd up the bank with lhe trunk, unconscious that they were ftthi-rles*. Wheeling Timet. M El. ANT HOLY DIATII IROM THE AcCldental I>iN(iiAßi.E or a CmVH. —We learn from a correspondent l...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. MowDAT, Dee. 14.—1n meeting of lhe Mayor , D d Aldermen— Gardnar H. Thwing, Joseph M. Dee, Bad Ilea** Clark, were drawn and appointed to aerve as traverse jnrors at lhe Court or Common Pleas, lo be holden al Cambridge on the 4lh Monday in December insl. Petition of 8. G. Davis and five ethera, thai a drain acioas Main street and land of the late John Millar, may be cleared out or a larger drain be conslrucUd, without delay. Read, und thereupon Ordered, That uolice be given lo all persons interested therein, lo appear before this .Bo*rd, »l iheir room, in Ibe City Hall, oo_Moiid*y. tbe 21st ol Dec. insL, at 7. o'clock, P. M ,'lo abowleaase why the prayer thereof ahoold nel.be granted. The Mayor nominated Crewman 'Johnson aa a ConsUble, which notninelion was confirmed. Tha otd*r authorizing ibo commiltee on public property Ie ascertain on whal terms >> lot of land am Broadway may be pnrchaaed.far the usejof the «ity, passed Nov. 18...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

" A Pedestrian " was receivedj too late for this week's paper. New Orleans papers of lite 7th inal. nre clothed in mourning for Major Ringgold and Lieulennnt Cochrane, whose remains were conveyed through the city lhat day on the way to Baltimore. The ceremonies ore described aa being of the most Impressive character. The bodies had been deposited upon a cenotaph in the rotunda of the St. Louis Exchange, under Ihe folds of our national flag, where they laid in state two days. A letter written at Toledo, Ohio, says, '* the warehouses in every direction are absolutely gorged with wheat and corn, but the prices of transportation have been so enormous, that even the high ' prices east wonld scarcely justify forwarding ; and even when willing to pay the freights, the means nf transporting were insufficient to Bend forward one fourth pail of the grain on hand.'* Judge Butler haa been elected United State* Senator by the Legislature of South Carolins, in place of [lon George McDufne, resign...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

CITY Or CAMBRIDGE. OC>- The inliabiiantß of ilm City of Cutti-ridge. qualiftetl a* llie law direct-, ure hereby notified to Maemble at their respective Ward Rmiim, to- wit : — Lyceum Hall, in Ward One; tlie City Hall, in Ward 'I wo; and the Veairy of the Univeraalist Church, in ( Ward Three, on Monday, the twenty eighth d*y of ' December, inaiuni, nt twelve o'clock, noon, then und there In give in their vole, for one Kepreaeiltnlive of , lliii Commoinvealth, in ihe Congreii of the United Slalra, for liiatrict Number Four, for the term of two ' yeiua from (lie fourth dny of Murcli, 1817. The polli will tm opened ul twelve o'clock, noon, and cloeeil at six o'clock, I*. M. ! Witnei* Jamki I). tiHir.K, Mayor of our City of Cambridge, the fourteenth day of Dcr-emlrer, in ' lhe year one ihouaund fight liundied und forty- , ■ix. I Hy order ofthe Mnynr t\tu\ Aldermen. LUCIUS X. PAK-l-.Cily Cleik. CITY OF CAMBKIUGIC. In Board of Aldermen, Dec. 14, 1846. On llie petition tt B. 0. D...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

HILL & COMPANY, uim-.UTi, 6 HARVARD ROW, CAM-RIDGS. WILL have _ iomi_.it -uuidy of the mo-t Pure and l-r.-h Medldaai. Tim public may f-«l aawured lhat all nwcriMtaai will be oat-fUUv „iteii<ie*l to, day aud mihi. and |iut uphy oiieiluinaifhlyeducatoil iv Ibtj bundle*.. 011 UU i»a_tai>tiro.rtl priiicifi|-M now practiced Iv UcmUmi. Atteiiilnncr will |.< lujuii at all hours, and Sunday- for iu»tt.__r* Mediiinr. HilljfeV*. have loan tor-ferloMr. rtylvealer Ahny, IlnifIceiiiinii ratteii, fl.iftnu, aud Ur. Walter Chaiuiiiif, ' rof-Hor ilarmrtl Uuivcraily. Ran __di nml B>run_, Mineral Witter, Rochell. and Seidllt/. Pinviler*, Ettract*. lVrliliin! (MsMtft Bag" and Btivett, Steel Pen", li _rl p, ~ Handle- anil .uMfm, Untiiiue Maiia F. Cologne. IU) Ruj.i, Hair Oil*. Hotpa, Tooth and Hair Brualiea, ■havltig BrtMlra nml Box.-n, Frenrii, Hrawiug.md oilier I'eiieiU, U*Ofl«d, Curd t-uw. af.d Vl-iUllg Csvdf, I i■ara and Unjar <_„,„,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

CAAIBUIDGE Furniture and Carpet Warehouse. WHITNEY, UHACHKTT X CO., Have onstautly for sale at tlasir S|tnct„us WairlHMise, near die Cull,. ii—, a very extensive assortment of FURNITURE, Bureau-, Table,., H«dste;ids, C<Hi_h_s, l.erreUr.c«\ Chairs, LoukitiK (jlus.es, Ueli ig.rnturs. Cluck.. Entry l,ani|>i, tkc. CARPETKYG, Three ply, Superfine, Fine, Pninted and Straw. J i_uir Ctirp-tiiig, Hoi Ik and Eyes. FEATHERS, J' M.titrasscs, Fc.ulicr IU iln, ic. &c _-<\ tXh All uf u.iirh will be sold km. (TV I**itien'# Hefriicrrnlwra c-iistanlW un hand. HOT 19 gill » DRY GOODS. Child* & JBuir* 1 IVrw BnlMias, Mnlu *«., " A few doors East of JYurfolk street, C\_ MBRIPGKpOKTt J WHERE iiutylu'l'ii'iiid tt good anaortmi nt of ."OKI;I(; .\ U AM) DOMKHIIr DRY t.001.g. hi ilit- luwrnt fti.l. prii't _-, I Men elicit unit 1-HMfiN Oittnii_«l ever) width and " uurilit..: Wtntt l.iiifiin; Linen U'Hn ti-V, Napkins: Wliit** Limn iVniii-Uik TaMr _«»V-it...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

CLOTHING. AT PRICKS REYOND ALL OOHfHHOW. FOR TIIIHTY DAYS. One of lhe BErtT M.MK\( TVBVO tflorKS of UEADY-MADK CLOTIIIX:, Will be i»fTiT-.l lor sale at ibe CORNER Or JCLM 4NI) HAKuVKH STHIChI-, CAUrtOW IIV'OMPA N V, AT THE ORIGINAL COBT, Foil TIIIKTY DAVr*. Till* -lock cowMtspsaran iit-riiixion of READY M W>l. I.IRMKMH tiwrff hi Ho- LATEKTamI mosj al'_*KuVE_» sttlra. snd WARRANTED t.,iml i„ (I .'tTTOM WORK. w« lure «v hand _n uiansire bm rich ssworlninit of Vili.t -li.iti-, H-avt-i'ii, .ml I).mill- Millfii Hurl-ill Cloths, ol' t.erv I'eMralih- •li.idc und rolur. Hone beautiful Brown Until, lor Hneas, Willi iritniniHfs l« iv.i-, h. t-Upevlhie Prnitti, (..rinaii and _usli.li is it O A DC I-* 0 f Ii h , ■liltalilf Tor I>ir'n_ and Frock (■".!-. We are roiisianll. r_r.tviii* a chnlc. *~-|, riinn of Gold M! \. i! Fancy and I'l-in TWEED., lor OvitefMs, flarks and Frock*. iicnnnn und French l>0■•KIVI AND CA-SIMKK_S, olVvrrt ertjrle, and siiitaldi* f»r llie p...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

POETRY. From Aittswoilh's Mugasin*. DREAM 01-' THE FAST. by J. k. c. ror.itn-iT. I There's njiy Ibr Ihe young, Tlleie'a a dream for the old, Fur l,rij,!itei' ilian aunlight There's a bloom in lhe lunii, Whele bright tv-pcs are ninni-a'd A a is revel* hi joy OVr a tli i-iviii uf the Past • There's v visiun that lights On the mind's inward sight, As intiuiilii nnis full gently. When gathers the night; _ Ami its radiance, like starlight, Though the sky be o'crenst. Is lhe belli of lhe si,id, Wlien ii dreams nl lhe l\isl ! Tht-ic is hop. Inr llie iiiuut uci'. As life wears uwuy, For the scenes of the Piist May be preaenl 10-.hiy. Though tho heart may la' seated liy Adveiaity'a blast Yrl there's joy in iheai.ul Aa il drennis of the Past ! Fur oft when the clilm as Offiii-nilhliip vve tiitiurn. To llie li'it'llils of iinr yiuilh We ull tastefully uirn ; When the smile on oar ai.nl, Though ton fading In last, Is a smile on our youth— 'Tis a diciiiii ofthe I'a a t ! Youth points, lo llie ru...

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MISCELLANY. THE BROWN SILK DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

MISCELLANY. THE BROWN SILK DRESS. BY MRS. PHILLIPS. •* Why, EHb. ! what n si range choice for n wedding dress! Your other die.-ses nre in very aood -tyle, nnd ion have n plenty of ihem, considering tiie changes in fashion —hut a hiownsilk tobeniati led in !—who tver board of such v fancy in v git I nf eighteen ?'* ** *Tis true, nunt, that no choice fatty MsaH -tuncwhat somhre, hut yoi: know \.t\ well lhat I .Ml nlmut to become tl"' wife of a poor iiiechhliic, -ho depends M his daily labor lor support. As lhe rvifll of such v man, I BUM, BOTM-Vfly limit tny xpenditures In n.y t inuii.Maucc*, and L have 'iou_ht il bfttM t<> purchase MBBWlhi-B whi-'li \ould be useful for aotDfl lime to come, than to •nsult niy nppeurance as a splendid bode for cm ■•hurt evening, Mpcciully us 1 nm lo me do atran"There is tomicihing ia tbut. There is in) Maria's weddiiig-dn *-s. She will never wear it again n the world. She had a while saliu, with a lace iress over il. O, sho did lo...

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From the Taunton Democrat. OUR FOREST TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

From the Taunton Democrat. OUR FOREST TREES. I am proud of thee, New England, My birth-pUcu and i»y home; Thy tailing eWUIi of wuveiag green, Where pence mid plenty row in. I love thy Boss-growa, ™tjg«d rocks. Where sweep* die he.tllhful breezy— Each wild wood glen, Had stream 1 love, But more my forest tree*! Thy grand old ouki, New England, Thy solemn stately pines— Tliv graceful elms, and maples proud, 'Hound which die ivy twines,— Th« noble aab* wiih silver leaf—The walnut's shady grove, 0 ! rich their robe* of changeful giccu U here the Juno breezes rove ! 1 know, where western piairtei wave, Th.il mightier rivers glide, Tlmii where the bright CoiiUHCtictu, Mingles with ocean's tide; Ami softer breezes fun the cheek, Win re floats in rich perfume The scented orange.-hloe.-.um'* hreutb, O'er the. wuiin JSmiitt lugoou. J cure not, though a bluer sky Uonds o'er ilu.- Levant's shore, And stern old castles tell a tale 01' regal pomp ofyoic. To me, far dearer is the inniind On Hunker...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

The BICQI Dahua.—'J'ho Kdinhurgh Horticullurnl Society continues to will the ruin and perh-ip- the dtmtli of horlieollurisla ; it pursiats in oflferiu 1000 pounds sterling for tho tirsl hlun dnhIki. The hlue dahlia hns already ruined mora than three hundred amateur llori.ts, und will no douht ruin as nttiiiy more as follow iheir example. One OkflhtM uiiforlunatc people pre-occupied v ith the hlue dahlia, likn so nwny searcher, for lhe philosopher'x stone, the quadrature of lhe circle or perpetual motion, es.-iycd to water Ihe earth round hi* dahlias with a solution of indigo. Tho dahlias mine up nil in leaves. The syßiein then was chan-i-ed, nnd indigo was injected inlo the stalks. The huds then did not open. Me does nut det-puir. but he next tries shower baths of indigo water. All ia iiief.eelual. At lengih, a new ideu occurs to him. He learns that Ilortensitt roses become blue when nourished in hcalh land. Nothing can exceed his IflUNMftl I the hortiiLiltural prize is for him ; nn...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

CONSUMPTION CUREJJ BY DU. DAVIS'B COMPOUND BVKUP WILD CHEERY AND TAU. ON MV WAY KAHT FROM HOME, Paducah, Ky .In I'.liiiiary l*t*>l. t wtu Hltai'ked v. Hit a, violent ootil tv rnm-iii. Un; nioiiniiiinM. It wna go _.vt:rt) that I wnn ohlicrd to lay by in New Vurk hevernl daya alter i'Oiit|iletiii_ my liu-tnt.-. A little recrutlt>d. I returned io riiilatleliihia, wbt-u M-i-iit Uol.iioiou, L'tdlnikt •- Co. rtvoiiiin-tidvtl iv ,ii« URIIAVW SYRUP OK WILU CHERRY AND TAtt. Having bu»lne_» t*» aland 10. nn. with itieliioonvpulaiire niiemliuji alweact! from home, 1 couhl not lake il rriulavl. or pay (lie-iro-icr attention lolhe re»iineu nil ruled. I loiiml girat l.rni'llt, lii'Wrxrr. irom t«kin. liail ol it hotilr , was L.m luiHy r-IieVB.I, and en-bled lo -tart tm my journey tiuine. It. croflr-111l ih. mountain-, I wna e\mi-_d iv v orvcru bioini which renewed the allmk with en ally lu-reututl vuiknre, lolliiWfd hy a b«rrni*iiiiteuiia.h, great e\|KTtoralioii ol inn- ! cm....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 December 1846

iMPKOVKt-MNT IN ttTOVIHU The -Might Madeira Parlor Stove, Patented October, 1845, • «V means ot' ili_ iniiirnvemciitscombined in tlii*«tove. the ilniiie mul -uli>liu.<iiiattt_it. are attain brought Into -oiilml wild lite lire, hy which Inanv itt'iirahle advantages nre Minn .1. The beat I- no lunger violent, bul _o mild und t'fin.tlilc Al to raiiic ilit* temperature of it Madeira climate ti.nii'iihilflUroii«lii.iit ovary mul ol I tip room i the tJt-ir_ lii'i.u-cil brine ri. iilmtil with tho iirerlmon of clncx-work hv iiiiuiir. oi Uu! va)va in Hut -nml.--tJi;><-. without, tha pewit* hliliy of the escape of tan ortiotlotii »«pdr, thai Mlai lot;ill, t'l.iih.itnt .i «nti iln.- smoke atitl dual ariatai from nun. btwiioQi which art- ihu sr-iuuU on which luapatonl ia »»*- LI TI.V'.u.I pro-iovd-ami which has In-rn fully attained, in to r<>ii_iiine Ihr »iiiu_r,itii.-t, mul nil ii-iiou* _*■>«'», thereby hicrenslni lli...

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