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

HOLMA ,N'U Nature's Grand RestPratife. THlSVeieiable Medicine stands unrivalled for the r_i lowing Cum plaints. v|g.: ■* "" UViI'EPBIA OR INUIUESTION, Dlr-KABKD LlVfca JAUNpICE. BILUOUV CIIOMf-, COtmvgNKse. ' I.Ortfl OF APPETITE.ASTHMA. BILMOUR blB ORDERS. WORMrt, NERVOUS COMPLAINT. PAIN IN THE rtIDE, fILKEUINU AT THK SI'OMAUH.ctH.UHANU COUI-HMOF LONUHTANUINO.HOARHENESg, HflOHT.Nfr.Sl* OF BREATH, OEA MCKNtieUf, Ac Ac. J. B. IIOI.MAN, Proprietor, No. 70 I «.r*hlll, Ho.lt", A. REID, Agent for Camhrid|«, At the Office of the Cambridge Chronicle. This Medicine Is of a warming, cheering and liivlgoratin K natural ami J» never known to weaken ibe patient; wh.r.&_ It in well known unuiy oilier Cathartics have directly __ opposite tendency. It has a moat powerful influence, carted. Ed by no other medicine, in removing NERVOUS COM. PLAINTri. lii-pie.uo.iii to take, aud iv iv operation ■_ tinicli so, that it limy be udiuiiilHter.il to the lender infant wilh safety. Ill* uot preten...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1846. NUMBER 34. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 24, 1846.

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SELECTED. MINOR TRIALS. A PATHETIC STORY OF EVERY-DAY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

SELECTED. MINOR TRIALS. A PATHETIC STORY OF EVERY-DAY LIFE. The prick of a pin often gives more acute pain than tho gash inflicted by a lancet. So, as we pass through life, our minor sorrows are frequently harder lo bear than our great afflictions. Very heavy trouble either deadens our sense of suffering by the violence of the shock or else excite an unwonted and unnnturul strength which enables us to stand firm against the blow. But the minor evils of life annoyus—irritate us; we chafe against them, and can neither patiently endure, nor manfully fight against them. And thus it is that we often see those whom we had most reverenced for having nobly borne great trials, the first to sink under the lesser ones. But enough of this moralising strain, into which we are too prone to fall. There is no sermon so good as example, and a plain story often does more service than all the essays on morality that ever came from old Wisdom's pen. In our childish days—alas! a long time ago!—we learne...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

THE GREAT CITY.—London, upon an average, the last ten years, has paid annually $48,840,000 in custom duties, or nearly half the whole amount of revenue raised from that department. There are 2000 merchants and brokers within half a mile of the Exchange. The water companies supply 237,000,000 hogsheads every year, and the gas companies 10,000,000 cubic feet of gs every twenty-four hours. In 1839, there were sold in Smithfiels market 180,780 head of cattle, and 1,600,000 of sheep. The London newapapers consume 10,000,000 stamps annually. The steamboats carry 10,000 passengers every day. Thsrs ar. 10,000 milss or railroad, strslshinf frsffl London Inlo ertrj part of tho km-fdom, wmplerrd at Ihs *.s*nso .f $*tt/>OOfibo. Th.r* ars IS canala. which cost abont #Soo,ooo,tH>o. Ths bßsi. nna of lbs London bankers akx... averags. BU>,--000.000 s month I Th. w.allh of mind fSHlMiigt hj lhal wood.rfal cily is m*- p.. down by MeCnL loch, nor lh« w.ifhl .f human H....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, Al his offices, 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, and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT. MR. GEORGE RUPP is our authorised agent or East Cambridge, and will see tothe delivery of the papers in that Ward; and will also transact all business relative to the Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to subscribe or advertise will please call onhim. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICIaB. Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, Viral Insertion, 0 BO Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 By the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 business Cards, I venr, 6 00 U " 6 months, 360 h m Summits, 200 Advertisements exceeding 12 lines charged in proHoHlon...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA. The steamship Cambria, anived at Boston about 10 o'clock on Wednesday night, in less than 12 days from Liverpool. She left Liverpool at 111 o'clock P. M-, on tb« 4ih, ami m rived ut Halifax nt 5 P. M.on ihe 15th. Sho had 7* passengers, of which three wero froio Ha.ifr.x. Among them U Thotidoro S. itr.ipciT, l»nirer of dispatches from the American MinUler in Finland. Tbo Rental Mail steamer Bri.amiia, arrived at Liverpool on Tiie.i-liy Dec. lit. after a very hois-1 terous paasagc. j There Un slight-'.idv_wco in Coltou. Flour hns | improved, and more activity prevail* in tbe mark- 1 ot. In Indian Com there is n decline-. Trade in , the miinnfu'tiuing districts is dull. A better feel-; ing extjils in tlte money market. i The meeting of Parlioient, it v said m ill bo path ; poncil M tbo lifth Jantinrv. ! Miss Cushmnii is plaxingto rrnwileil houses la Isirmingliam and Tom Thumb Is delighting the ; people of Mnnclie?ler. I Several vessels engagctl for the expeditio...

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WHIG NOMINATION. For Representative to Congress. District No. 4—JOHN G. PALFREY of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

WHIG NOMINATION. For Representative to Congress. District No. 4—JOHN G. PALFREY of Cambridge. Election on Monday, December 28.

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For the Cambridge Chronicle. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FOR THE FOURTH DISTRCT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

For the Cambridge Chronicle. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FOR THE FOURTH DISTRCT. Mr. RIID, —Tho voters of tho Fourth CongressionaI District ure obliged to make a second trial for tho choice of a Representative in Congress, on Monday next, nnd it is very desirable that a choice should be effected. From tbe statement of' the votes, on the first triul, it is manifest thut the Liberty party ond the A"utive party hold the balance of power, und that, if they rally again with all llu-ir strength, in fuvor of their respective candidates, they can prevent a choice. Whether they think it best that the District should not be reprcsented, is a mntter for their own decision. With tho Native party, the Whigs of New Fugland have no controversy, and, as I believe, would readily join with them in any efforts for v uniform system of natura'ization nnd a greatly extended probation. They do not think thut foreign In borers und paupers, of" no education, are blessed wjth such un intuition, that they can ...

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For the Chronicle. ELECTION ON MONDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

For the Chronicle. ELECTION ON MONDAY NEXT. On Monday next, the 28th inst., the voters of District No. 4. are to make anothor trial for the choicee of a Representative to Congress for this District. It is highly important that the District should be represented in the next Congress, and by a firm and true Whig. The candidate of the Whig party is Hon. John O. Palfrey, of this City, and at the Iast trial he wanted but about three hundred votes of en election. Exertions are being made in the other town, in the District to bring out a, full Whig vote at the next trial, and Cambridge should the same for one of her own citizens. A full vote will secure his election. Much will depend upon the vote of Cambridge at the approaching election, and let it not be that Mr. Pal- frey shall be defeated by the apathy of his own fellow-citizens. Let then the Whigs of Cambridge attend the polls on Monday neat* and cast their votes for ftjr. Palfrey, the Whig Candidate. Lot no Whig feel, in case he shoa...

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From the Lowell Courier. WHIGS OF THE FOURTH DISTRICT, WAKE UP ! [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

From the Lowell Courier. WHIGS OF THE FOURTH DISTRICT, WAKE UP ! We trust our Whig friends of the Fourth District are fully impressed with the importance of giving a full vote for Mr. Palfrey on Monday next. We can assure them that their opponents are busy, and it will require their utmost efforts to succeed in overpowering them. Wo received, this morning, a letter from one of ttie towns in that District, informing us of the active efforts which the Democrats nre making to defeat Mr. Palfrey, and if possible, to elect Mr. Robinson. The letter says: "An agent passed through here on Thursday, and left a quantity of circulars with the postmaster to be given to known members of the parly. llu also gave ttie postmaster v written oue from the Chairman of tbe District Committee, in which he is told if tho Democrats cast as many voles* on tho 28th as they did the last time, Mr. Robinson will be elected. He nsks him if he cannot man a enrriage. The agent offered the postmaster three dollars ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

ALGERINES AND DORRITES.—TIih Post has been complimenting the courage and patriotism of our little neighbor, Rhode Island, for having tendered one of her hist disciplined and most effective volunteer companies to he enrolled in the Massachusetts Regiment. Whereupon the Piovidence ! Journal says—" '1 he Post might also ndd that tbis j disciplined nnu effecli\e con pany is composed eti--1 lirely of Algerines. Net a Dorrile hns volunteered I —not a mnn wtio attended the Texas meeting in : lliis Stile has given hi* name. Not one of those, ■ who were so anxious to get us into the war, has manifested any disposition to aid the country in ! getting out of it. The Post is very severe upon I lliosu paper* which it accuses of discouraging men j from volunteering, and declares lliat, in a question ■of foreign war, ihere should be no party. If them* papers are *o blameworthy fin such a course, what .shall we say ef Ibe patriotism of ifcMM men wlo! ! have clamored so loudly for tbe wur, nnd who y...

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For the Chronicle. CHRISTMAS SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

For the Chronicle. CHRISTMAS SERVICES. Mr, Reid, —Il hus been customary to observe the festival of Christmas by various denominations of Christians ; nnd we are happy to see that ihere is nn increasing attention on ihe part of Protestant* in litis matter. Will you permit me to inform your renders, that tho Sunduy School, connected wilh the Universalis! Society, has prepared a series of exercises pecinlly for the occasion. Those services wilt refer not only to tho birth of the Redeemer, but to his life, death, precepts, &c. and they will tuke place at the meeting house on Thursday evening, commencing at precisely six o'clock. A small sum will be received at the door for admillunce the sole object of which is for the benefit of the Sunday School, and the rescue of Children from ignorance and vice. I have no doubt that Christians of alt denominations will find much to commend in these services. The present is a time of great peace among the different classes of Chria'inns. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

! Si, nr»AV PcHooi. Cn.rßßATloa —Christmas eve, (Thursday,) will In* celetmiled by llie -Sm.il.iv School ennnactsd with ihr Rev. Mr. Waie's Variety. Addrestrs will In* made by Rev. Mr. Brings of Pl)--nmiuli, and Ilev. Mr. F..x, nf Bosom. Singing by the member* of flic Scliti.)t. The rlmrch 99* •%*** laslelully (Icr-matf tl fur the urC-iftoii. Bfl\ives will ouuin'iiec al 7 o'clock preci»ily. I ~

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THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. Pursuant lo notice, previously given, a Ineelin* of citizens disposed towards forming a Eire Cmi.piinv, 1» be aitnctieil to the Hydrant Engim, No. 4, in Ward 2, mot »t llie Engine House, on Thursday evening lust. Bauvkl Sanhkii. Chief Engineer, in the Chair; J. Dasa lloviv, Atadelant Engineer, Secrttiry After n fuil dineasaioa of ihe subject, the whole mailer was re* ft-rred lo a committee of five, consisting of ibe. following gentlemen :—James P. Rirhardson, Thomns Cltrk, James S. Spronl, X. W. Rhodes, ami John Esleihtook. The romiiiTltee retired, and in about thir.v minute* returned with the following report :- Whereas, The Ci'y or Cnmbrii.'ge tl 99k9 wi.lioui mi efficient Eire iHpiriment, nnd knowing the th.-pns.litm of the i-ilizenstn be in fjvor of fostrrtnp mid encouraging <i good Department, instend ol l-i-.x-av heating nnd cramping il wilh arbitrary r.Htii.iioim, founded in no good principle of liberslitv and jusikei. ea we fajftffa consider i...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

j From Tampico.—Extract frnm a letter from a gentleman t>r Philadelphia, doled Tan.pice, Dec. ,3. IS4«> :— l There are, nt present nboul 800 American troops jal this place, enjoyingquiet possession. It contains 'some 15,000 inhabitants. On ntie side of the town : there is a river, on the olher a lagoon. In a word, it is susceptible of the very strongest defence. We esnuot, nny of us, conceive ihe reason why the | town was surrendered. Old women could hnve I defended it, and eren Americans could not ha*« i taken it. The rale of taaatmn ia the city of New Orls-sna 'is ten dollars en every one thousand of property, : nud two dollars each on slaves. The trial of Albert J. Tirriell, on the indictment ! for arson, is assigned for Monday, January 11, in the Supreme Court. The most fashionnble boarding hnuse in Rome is kept hy Mrs. Clark, an American lady, lbs line of omnibusses ncross the Isihmas of Sura is ownejj hy a Yankee, and all hia diivera are Cape Cod hoys. In...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. Mo*»AT. Pm. tl—h »sstlng oT lbs Msyor .nd Anl«">so-- • OrtUred, Tbsl ihi. houi bold s apseial msstiag in tbsir roan., on S*l.rday ii.il, al S o'clock j*. M. fo. Hi. psrposs of revising lbs Voting Lists ; at which lims sod placs all psrssna iuloie.lcd may bs lisshJ. A petition of Royal Richardaon and ten others, r.prsasnling lhal a natural wslsr courts leading from CraigieStreet to Proftisssr's Row (so called) in Ward One, bss been filled up by certain individual., and praying thai immediate msaaures may te taken lo open and realors th. sforesaid w.l.r can., or that such action may bo had as tho na- j tors of tho case may require ; rssd and tbsrsupon. Ordered, That notice bs givsn lo sll psrsous , int.re.ted therein lo be notified lo appear bsforsll.is Board, .1 their Room in the City Hall, on ths first i M.nday in January ne.t, Bl ssvsn o'clock P. M., . to show cauas why ths prayer of said petition ahould nol bo grantsd. Ths Board went into...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

POLICE REPORT. ......... , ■■■ ai*.s—..* ■ I (leorge 11. ICingsley, fur immoderate driving j« on Sunday last, was fined £5 nnd rusts. | Hiram Wwlrujl, fur the same offence wns. fined, and costs. Mr \V. slated OMM p.ili.uing i ' circumstance* in his case, ami met il in a truly !' gentlemanly spirit. [' Dtp. Marshal Jours, complained of JV&M Alary Burnt for being n lewd and idle person. Sent to iho Ileus*, of Correction for three months. . Thai a.tnu. officer, complained of James Harcey, for disturbiii* thi* public pence, on Saturday night Inst, fined Iff 10 mid costs, nnd ordered lo give ! ' Itoml in the sum $200, Air h:s good behavior.— , Com milled for not comply inf with his sentence. if William Carty, and Patrick Gajfey, were , arrested in \Vard 3, for being drunk and disorder- ; * lv on Sunday- evening 12ih insi. Carty wns fined ! J*2 nnd coals, and lluffiy discharged. 11 Peter Kitlegan, Ouc.t Harney nnd (wiijftn, were arretted for being drunk, and fight- 1 ! ing in ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

A Nobi.i 1.-.non. — |>r. Walter dunning, ihe phiianihroprst, nnd President of !..:• Society for the Aid of dt«-b;ug.-d Cnnvi.-ts, h.is recently published n teller in regard lo the proxies* of lhal excellent institution, in which be f\\a:—- -" I.it RM tell Mm our nioilf of working. It is so simple and su cltiiicnl, tli,.i I know n will p.ense \nu. Ist. We lentn iv the middle of each month • who will come nut ihn net). This tells us whit we hive to do in advance. We lenrn what is iho thiractrr, the conduct, nltd wli.it has been the orciijt.ititin (-Tenet] tsmvicl who >■> to conn' out. At onct* ttrr injjeoient for places nre innrle, so th.it WC J lnvp litt'i* morn to do when ditrh«rjr/'* tike pbirc . 1 than to pUne the men. Tims, between ibis time •■ antl Januiry, 24 enmicts will bn disch.irrp«| ( jiikl [' M more. \V« know nil alwut ihem, und for rtrf ! • we h ivo acltt*iltv obtained situations. To almw * you how succesaVul we h;ive been, the board of '...

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SUNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846

SUNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITION. Tbe Sim.f.iy School rontvr.etl v ith tlie r'irsl Uni. versa list Sanely in this city, will have an Fxhihi. lion a« TiUJKSPAY STONING, IVmnU, 24. i Most i.l'ilk* piece,, to la- -p-.kt ri and sting, have lieen J pic pa ml rxpietsly for the occasion. Tlie. Oritur in , tor t'hr ii*t:n.ii> I've, to I-- song by the teachers nml I rchuUre. will t.i itself reward thoas I**i their time and . oioiirj, who ace pirceiil lo share in tlie plcasuies ••( : the eiiiriljHH.i.ent. 1 Tirktts 12 12 cents—To be li.nl at CM* fc J.inn--', til Wui. Howk'ltV, «tr st tbe door on tlie evecitijl t.f lh»* exhibition. F.xcrci,**. a to commence preeifrh :tt 6 o'ckuk. Per itt|-iri>t.

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