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A HUSBAND IN A HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

A HUSBAND IN A HAT. The following story, the incidents related in which took pace before the French Revolution, ■ from ihe columns of the N. V. American. Trench tale is always stirring and piquant, whi-.ii witty or wise, and we doubt uot that the very t of this one will secure its being read for una:' ment: The .Marquis of Coutmgo was still living—a charming rove of the R gency of Louts W.—v.hu had supped with Voltaire, lived with Sofmt Amoub , and fought a duel wilh Richelieu ; a uniVOTaal m,„ . The .Marquis was not old—4a only ; hut his life of excitement had hurnt like wux candles car.X.l about, which ure rapidly consumed by constant movement. He was a complete man, of whom nothing further could he made—hut a husband or some other magnificent thing. Cuutinge was rich—at the Court, passed fbf clever, for he had for live years had a man of Letters for his Secretary, and m» adulation evert yy hero nwailcd him. All marriageable damsels experienced tender emotions at his uppearance, t...

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ORIGIN OF MADNESS IN DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

ORIGIN OF MADNESS IN DOGS. Variona opinion, of llie cnnae ol" ihia tiiacaaj havo been firm, and many ailppoae lllil thiret, or being deprired of a lulßeieney of rod water, will mail,lan a il.ig during Iho Jog (Inva, D< this *• it may, t( i* a f-'Ct that tha diacaee in iy moat fr*-qni-olly li« Irarrd lo »n» dog bitten, by a for. marine* being the moat common Cwih of that pari of lb* dog family. Tho bit* or tho rax will mn.i generally produce madneea in any creature, bit by them. Tha death of th» Dak* of Richmond, atrrroet immediately after hit entering upon hi* datiea *• Goremoe of Canada, a few> yoare aine*. waa canted by lb* bit*'of n ft>». ll* waa on hoard a n**e*f*-i>*at, between Montreal anal Kingaton, whore on* of lb* paaaeaaaere had a tune foi. Tho Duke bad a beaatiful little dog, called Matcher, that attempted to play with him, which lb* foi i wanted, and attempted to bite him. The Daa« etreek the baak *f the fo« «»»th •>...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, At his office, 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 Univercity Bookstore. Cambridge; Mr. Work's, and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT. MR. GEORGE RUPP is our authorized agent for East Cambridge, and will see to the 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 on him. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, 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 lines charged in propor...

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From the Boston Atlas. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

From the Boston Atlas. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. R«t. G«o. PicaXRHiHO.—A public some*. OOinmemoralW* of this venerable minister, recently ' deceased at Wallbnui, waa bald on Weclne-luy I evening loot nt the Meibodiat Chuicb, in SwilbW atreet, in this city. Mr. Pickering wi.e the oldeet effective Methodiet travelling preacher in ihe world, having taken conaecoiive appointment* fioin Conference for 67 yoare. Rev. William Cogswell, D. D.. baa been appointed editor or the •■ New England Historical and Genealogical Register," » *»> published at Boston by in* tew Englund Historical and Genealogical Society, Tm* Biatl If Francr.—The Quarterly Paper of the Foreign Evangelical Socieiy. rnpoiis a Further distribution in France, by the British and foreign Bible Society, of 130,5i7 copies of the Holy Scripture*, 'ihese have issued fiom the Society's depot ut Paiie and urn irrespective of the distribution of other and kindred institutions, operating foi ihe benefit of that country. '1 h...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

Isaac H. Wrijhl assured the people at llie War mci'lini; iv Iloalon, lhat tho pay of volunteers waa •J2O per month, instead of $7, lis hid hern staled. He dues not wish it lo he understood ikiif he will supply the deficiency out of his own pocket, in esse it should appearthst he is mistaken aliniit llie matter. Tho Uoaton snd Lowell Railroad Corporation have derliirail a semi-annual dividend of four pel cent, payable .in the 1.1 day of January next. The F.aaletn Unilnifid Company has declared n eenii-niimi-il dividend of for.r per cent. Mnjor Patrick Ileiuy Callinnn, of llie nrmy, aon ef Hon- John C. Calhoun, has listen elected Colonel of the 2d regiment New York Voluiiteeis. About 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon, the horses attached to on. of ihe Cambridge emaiua***, became frightened, end ran through Court, (ireen and Chamber streeta at a moat furmua pare. Ai the eoraor of Chamlwr and Green streets, th. omnihns was cnpsi/eil nnd the forward wheela becoming del.li hod, th* horaea kep...

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CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION. fourth district. Palfrey. Robinaon. Scott. Acton, 85 98 85 Ashby. 90 78 10 Bnrlingion, 14 68 0 Boxborn', W 58 8 Cambridge, 7SO 825 75 Charleatown. 507 792 66 Concord. 126 142 4 Framingham. 224 157 19 Fitchbnrg. 168 64 CO Harvard, 97 122 18 Ilopkintnn, 67 124 34 Lexington. 120 53 7 Lincoln, ' 49 11 6 Lancaater, 170 65 9 Leominater, 138 49 44 Lunenburg, 74 98 8 Marlboro', 122 112 6 Northboro", 117 0 2 Pepporell. 112 135 7 Shirley, 64 80 0 Sudbury, 66 118 0 Shrewsbury, 114 209 29 Soinerville. 80 39 16 .Southln.ro', 61 18 11 Sterling, 166 66 7 Wullhnm, 138 148 6 Wntertown, 79 54 8 VVnyland, 68 44 9 W. Cambridge, 63 60 7 Weaton, 37 26 1 Woburp, 102 138 47 Wvilboro', 147 26 62 32 towna, 4,165 8,446 698 There are 38 towna in thia district. The above list comprises rcturna from nil the towna except ix—Bedford, Berlin, Bolton, Boyleton, Stow and Townseiid. In ihe 32 towns above at:ited. the votea cast for ihe Hon. John G. Palfrey, tho Whig candidate, are 4,166 j Tho r...

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THE OLD YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

THE OLD YEAR. The Old Year ia passing nwny, bearing with; him the record which shall soon be sealed up for the great day of account. Many n blnck page is [ in that reconl—many n page foully blotted with tlai U wrong, and sin, Mcl oppression, nnd cruet injuitice. There on its pages is the confused bit It- , tdinp «if the inrlniate—there his. insane folly und ( fierce, malignant cruelty ; there are the light spoken oaih and gay song of the revell t-—the low and idle jest and impure speech of the reckless nnd in- i ditl'MOiit; the noisy clamor of th** si-lf-arcking p n |- \ ilii:i;in, 'I hete is tinced the light froth-wetk nf fashion, and the dark, intricate winding* of deceit, and f.Jsc and perjured villainy. There are written tho prnv.rri of ihe unfortunate nnd oppressed — there the hard-heartedness of tits oppressor—there the eon!-scoring mockery of the scorner. The Idnod-red stain of war is there, stamping it with the mark of Cain, telling the sad story of national guilt und folly....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

A young lady, who is partial to silk stockings, declares that she is rejoiced at Prof. Scboubein's discovery o gun cotton, as cotton will now be | generally exploded. Marriage i* at all time* a perilous experiment, hut Foote defines it aa bobbing for a aingl* eel in a barrel of snakes. The following is from th* pen of a popular author: "O! what more precious offuiing can be laid upon the alter of a man's heart, than th* first love of n pure, earnest and affectionate girl? Let him ftremble, aa accursed both of God and man, if he have sought to turn her devotion into shame and wretchedness." Cambridge ("Religious" "Anti-Slav-ery *') Total Abstinence Benevolent Society.-—We attended this society's meeting lust Monduy evening, and waa delighted lo see a full house. \ very interesting dibCussiou was carried on between the Rev. Mr. Parker and Mr. George Guukin. The next meeting will no doulil be interesting, and we hope to see a full bouse. • " Memoir of Swain," is the title nf a new and ...

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THIRTEENTH NATIONAL, ANTI-SLAVERY BAZAR, FANEUIL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

THIRTEENTH NATIONAL, ANTI-SLAVERY BAZAR, FANEUIL HALL. Will open on Tuesday, Dec. J2d, at 10 o'clock lin ihe morning. A very great proportion of the unusually large collection of beautiful articles from all parts of the world, arc euch aa cannot be elsewhere procured on this side of the Atlantic, and may properly he claused as works of genius nnd art. The collection ofdrawings from ihr Misses Carpenter nnd Lady H won, to which distinguiihed urttsta of the Fegli-h school of water-color* have I coiiliibuted, is an admirable one, consisting of ! view* of memorable places. F.nglish lake scenery, Krtadwb castles, original pencil sketches, of great merit. Anton.* tlip many curious and rnrecontributations j may he mentioned the first edition Milton* poem* ( lt.1.1) — before any of his great poems were written. Justinian* Institutes, with Peter SrhefTer's Commcnlnue*. A medallion of Henry (jraltan.by Mossop, the eminent Irish medallist, extremely rare and valuable—indeed, not to be obtained...

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For the Chronicle. THE CAMBRIDGEPORT PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

For the Chronicle. THE CAMBRIDGEPORT PARISH. Th* Sunday School connected with ibis parish, new under lb* p**lor*l ear* of Rev. Mr. War*, according to their usual custom, celebrated Christmas eve, by appropriate services. Th* parsnls and t*ach*r* war* addresses! by Rev. G. W. Brigge of Plymouth, and the children by Rev. T. B. Fox of Boston. Both addressee war* excellent, sod were listened to with much satisfaction by a large and attentive audience. Two original hymns, written by teachers in (he school, were aung by th* children. Th* church was beautifully decorated with evergreens—fit emblems for a Christmas gathering. In addition lo th* wrestlia and festoons which have generally comprised tho decorations for tbe occasion, there were thia year several appropriate devices and inscriptions. An anchor— emblem of hope; across—llie Christian's glory; a star—to direct our thoughts to th* Savior at B*tblehem. Between th* pulpit and th* galleries were large tablets, ornamented with evergreen...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

' A Fact Explained.—Whil* testing, the other day, the " touchy " quality of the ** gun cotton," we could not help wondering whether there is not an inherent explosibilily in the "raw material," snd whether constant contact with the article would not account for the explosibilily of certain members of Congress, representing thu Cotton Region.— Haitimort Visitor. Marriage or a Volunteer. —Sundsy afternoon, Henry Carney, a volunteer in dipt. Webster's company, waa miirried at the Baptist Churcb, Easl Boston. A furlough of 48 hours was granted lo the biidegroom. ** I rise for information," said a member of a legislative body. "1 am very glad to hear it," said a bystander, for no man needs it more." The following whimsical Epitaph was inscribed on the tomb of a Dancing Master at Biynylls, in Brecknockshire, Eng.' M.ui'ai life is a vapor, And full of ttue« , He cutt a taper,. Mid Duuti he goes.

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WHAT SHALL BE THE END OF THESE THINGS ? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

WHAT SHALL BE THE END OF THESE THINGS ? When another lile is milled To the hf in i up turbid mas* ; When nnottiPr breath of being Slain* creation's tarnished (■'■•« ; When (lie tii»t cry weak nnd piteous, llci.ilil* long-emlui ing pain. And v Bnul fiuiii inui-exi*tt'iire Springs), that nt-*ie ran die again ; W lit'ii ilif innlhei's pn«sionatr ui-l.otue Sorrow-like, hurtts forth in ie.nn, And (lie .nc'i self-grutiitution Prophecies of future veiim— li is welt tie cannot >rr Wbat (be end shall lie. Wbrn snnM the infant Unitiit » Trembles (lie f.iini dawn of uiintl; When (lie heart look* fititu [lie windows Of the eves that were so Mind; When tlic incoherent murmur* Syllable each swaddled thought. To the fund ear of affection With ii buumllcss promise fraught, Kindling great hopes for to -morrow, Fiom tbiit dull uncertain lay A» by glimmering "I the twilight Is fui«»hown the jieifect (\*y — It is well we cannot see What the end shall It. When the boy opo* the threshold Of hi...

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Municipal,---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

Municipal,---City of Cambridge. Mow DAT. Dae. *_,„ m„U nf 0 f Ihe Mayor and Aldermen— Tv» returns of vote* for R*pr*s*ntative ia Ceugrese were examined, and the result certified. Ordera passed ; authorising Amini C. Teal to remove the tops of certain willow treaa, near Alewif* Brook i aslbensing laaa* Liv.ro.ote I* ~„» j •' Boundaiy Stone," lo • level will, tbe atreet, on condition that ho csom a soluble alone put to b* erected w th. «*al aid* ef.aU sUmi in ib, tween thia city and th* 'few, rf SoomvUle, and cause te be plainly and l*gibly cat th*r«on, in f**t and inch.., the distance from ea id atone to Ihe alone to he aonk in tho ground ;—end on condition that the eelectmen of the Town of Somervillo concur in thia order. Btftrrtd, A communication the from Major concerning furions driving, to the Major and Alderman Batehatder ; (tbe Common Council added Messrs Saunders, Dodge, and Hall ;) the enbject of lighting some of the principal streets in the city, to Aldermen Fay, Fiak, and H...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

The following is the communication from the Mayor, alluded to above: Gtntlcmen of th* Beard of Aldermen , and ofth* Common Council; Pursuant to that provision of the City Charter which makes it my duty, from lime in lime, | 0 communicate to your two beards respectively such information, and recommend such measures, as the interests of the city shall, in my judgment, require, I respectfully ask your attention to an evil which has long been a subject of complaint on the part of the citizens of Cam bridge, und which thus far, no efforts have availed to suppress. You will doubtless understand me, at once us alluding lo the reckless and disorderly riding upon our streets on Sunday—nn evil which has increased tilt it has become a scandal to our city, and seems now lo call for some decisive measure whereby it may be nonfeii as a public neuisance. On the afternoon of every Sunday, when the wenther is favorable anil the riding good, ihcre ie a constant succession of vehicles driven over our ...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

MARRIAGES. In this city, by Rev. Mr. Paige, Mr, Oliver C. Wyman, to Miss Caroline M. Chandler, both of Waltham. In this city, Dec 24, by Rev. J. F. W. Ware, Mr. Charles H. Mendum, of Portsmouth, N. H., to Miss Sarah E. H. Brown, of this city. In Hingham, Mr. Lorenzo D. Goodrich, of Quinry, to Miss Isabella Lemon, of H. In Washington, D. C., Levi D. Slamm, Esq , of New York, to Miss Jane Morrell, of W. In Hidson, N. Y., 13th inst., Mr. Joseph C. Neal, Editor of Neal's Gazette, Philadelphia, to Miss Emily B. Bradley of H.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

DEATHS. In this city, Dec.. 22, Mrs, PhilaB. King, 32. In Cambridge; Alms House, Dec. 21, Mr. Parsons Smith, 77. In Boston, Dec. 24, Helen M. C. Cox, aged, 1 year and 8 months. In East Cambridge, Dec. 27, Elizabeth A. Thissell, aged 1 year and 4 months. In this city, Dec. 27, Edward O'Neil, aged 1 year and 4 months. In this city, Mr. Jacob Reed, 40. In West Cambridge, Dec. 23. Widow Susannah Foster, 89 years and 3 months. In Boston, Dec. 22, very suddenly, George B. Cary, Jr. 22, a graduate of Harvard University. In this city, Dec. 26, Mr. John Balch, 37. In Boston, after a short illness, Mr. Nathaniel Hooper, aged 75. In Boston, Dec. 25, suddenly, Anna, wife of Ezra S. Gannett, D. D., aged 33 years.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

CITY Or CAMBRIDtsK. la lha year on. ihoiksaad eight huadrad and forty six. AN ORDINANCE. To c.tablish a City Soal. H. Uordaitud by Uu City Council of the City of C/vnbridp •• I. That the following .hall bo lha device of tha seal of anid city, lo wit:—ln tha contra thereof, a thi.ld, bearing upon it a view, in distant perspective, of Cambridge and Boston united by s bridge; on lbs extreme lefi, tha Towers of Gore llsll, and aa the eitieme right, too Dome of the State House, to indicate tha Iwo place., andar lha shield, the inscription shall bs" Cantabrigia eondita, A. D., I«W.' Cuiico rtgimin* donata, A 'jD-. 18441." ardobdthe sssl, ss the city motto, ohsll be the wards, " itterison*ioaat'«»o»'f«<n.lttu(i«oV(;oro.'' t. Be it further ordained, Thut all Ordinance. sr parts of Ordinances, inconsistent with the foregoing, ha, sad lha asms sre hereby repealed. In Commois Council., Dec. 28, 1846. Paoaed to bo ordained. JOHN SARGEANT, President pro-tern. In Board or Albsihis, Dec...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

"Wife ! why in the name of goodness, did you . not make tbe washwoman put starch in my shirt collar?" m Why my dear,*' said tha wife, ■< I thought it I a useless waste or the article, for I can get your choler up so easy without it" The Cunahp Btbamkri.—The Jersey City Common Council at ita last meeting resolved by a majority of two, to authorize the Jersey Associulion to erect the docks on tbe Hudson River for the Cunard line of European eteumers. The cost lo the associate will be about $60,000 and the lease lo Mr. Cunard extends through ten years. It is proposed in Missouri to build a Lunatic Asylum, and appropriate tho State's share of the surplus revenue for the object. (JO- NOTICE.—The presont limits are iuadt.(|iiate to accommodate my iiti.uerutis retinue of customers. On Ist of Fehrti.iry next, I shall commence to erect a " Stupendous , ' siiftif.ie.eily large to urcomtnodalo my friend* and numerous customers. ** Largs ; us the present House is, it is not sufficien...

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