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Municipal.—City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
Municipal.—City of Cambridge. Monday, May -In v meeting of the Muyor uud Aldermen, pL-tilious of John Allen, Oliver Hastings and othera, A. Fdvvanls aud (i. W. I-iveniiore, Kdmund Flint and others, and of Reuben Ilurney, were severally read uud referred. Alderman Wood reported thut tho deed of gift, by the hens uf ihe lute Chief Justice Dana, to the city, hud been acknowledged. Reuben Bo roe j was appointed a constable, and Leouuid (_i!.nu i surveyor of lumber. Orders of the Common Council authorizing the Treasurer to borrow money, uud the School Committee to make necessary repairs in the School Houses were passed iv concurrence. An ordinance establishing a system of accountability iv the expenditures of the city wus petted in concurrence, jFtritf! reading of ordinances : namely, for preventing unlawful and injurious practices iv public places, for esl.ibli.bing v cily seal, nnd for llie appropriation of Hues- uud penullies. Ordered, That the Mayor und the Aldermen of the first Ward...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
In Common Council: An order authorizing thu Cily Treasurer to borrow a sum of money, not exceeding five ihourMud dollars, for the use of the city, was adopted, and sent up for concurrence. Also, nn order authorizing School Committee to mako all necessary repairs in the school houses, during tin. present vacation. Petitions presented and referred —of J. N. Rang and others, concerning obstructions on Market street; Nathan Wright and others, concerning obstructions on Lincoln street; Edmund Flint aud others concerning obstructions on Columbia street. Passed to be enrolled : Ordinance concerning accountability of ollieers. Oak II a 1.i..--This celebrated Clothing e_tnhlishtuciti in Huston, is now in (he full tide of success. The proprietor has on hand an immense stock of every variety of ready-made Spring and Summer Clothing, of all qnalilit s and priei s. Read adrei liseinent in another column. Oak Hall Express was seen passing through this cite last week. -.'ouiiniuiicuied for the I'h...
BOSTON MARKET, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
BOSTON MARKET, MAY 26. Cotton—The mntket iff very dull, nnd the few small (tplen making are nt dec I'm ing priced. Com k—At nome reduction on previous rales, a e:!i;T.. of 2200 luigs Rio was taken, al 7 l-__c; and 1100 bags do, of nnoliicr cargo, mild, said to tie nt $7 30. lv other kinds we hear of no considerable f.ilr... FLarr. —Sales Genesee run iiion brands at 4 62 a 4 6!&gt;; Hidiigao 4 56 I 4 62; Ohio via New Oilcans, 4 37; Fred. rieWbmg 4 50, cash. tiftAl.t —The inntket i.-i more licavy for Corn, and only I MM-H pSftMM of the New Orleans offered al auction witlmi a day or two BOM, Sales Southern \tdlo.v flat al k 6!V, white 67 U 6Hc. I.CAl'—Hut little in market. Sale of 400 pigs al 4 1-4. per lb, cash. !\lol.» ••■I s—Sales are light; prime retailing description* ;ne coinparalivelv ot avce and more inquired for. Sale* Porto Rico nt 31c. St'oAK —Sales of Imx are moderate, nnd (dock not hirge.
BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, MAY 25. Al Market, HO Reef Cattle, 20 pair* Working Oxen, -10 Cows awl Cnlves, 600 Sheep, and T25 Swine. PltiCßI — Betf Cattle — Last «tik*s (puliation* were futlv Ms! linM. We quote evira Qt 25 nfi 50; first quality 6afi2s; second quality 560 a J 75; third qiiflbtv 4 71 ■ 0. UVih.i_-'"i"i— Sale, nt ?70, 7S, and £92. CWw mmri C-Wt-E-r--Sales al $18, 23, 2- p », 30, 32 and Mi. T\*p f T 1 " at SI 75 and I 25. \V.«r—Ol I HofS. barrovvA sc, new? 4 1-2; lots to peddle, 88-II pigl 5 1-2 0 X 1-2 ; veiv Kinall pigs, by iht 101, 71 2c At retail from sto 7c—Daily Adv.
For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. lam Mnpostd ot letter?. My 13th. 2tl and Sill, is as ops* veoottj 12th, 15ih, l9ih and Ml, i«« m.-tinre; 4ili. UA nnd 6th, denotes rO_nMot] 14lh, I llli and 20i!i. le nn instrument of use to fnrmei s | mill. Irtili, Ehli RnJ 1-l'h, is nie:ilitv; 2lst, 7fh and 31, wrts lo'K "incr* tnken from man; Ist, 18th and 17th, is ihr vinil part m n sweet apple irw. My whole yon should ilo tit onre if jou ha?e not already done it. ■-*•*"
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
MARRIAGES. In this city, 17th inst., by Rev. Mr. Paige, Mr. J. M. Colcord to Miss Mary D. Nichols. Mr. Henry P. Keating to Miss Margaret McNamara. In Tollard, Conn., 5th inst., by Rev. Mr. Foote, Mr. Charles Church, of Blanford, to Mrs. Mercy Guile, of Otis, after a short courtship. He is seventyfive years of age ; she seventy-three. The wedding was made by Col. Hubbard, an old bachelor, and they used "nothing else" but pure cold water.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
DEATHS. In this city, 18th inst., Oratio G. Field, formerly of Brighton, aged 30 years. In Brighton, 16th inst., Mrs. Sarah Withington, wife of the late Ebenezer Withington, 85. In Rye, N. H., april 12, Mrs. Sarah Randell, wife of Mr. Benjamin Randall, aged 73. May 4th, Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Waldron, aged 31, wife of Mr. Richard Waldron. May 11th, Mr. Rueben Shapley, aged 22. These three—grandmother, daughter and grandson— residing in the same house, all died of consumption in the short space of thirty days. In Manchester, N. H., 18th inst., Miss Sarah Ann, daughter of the Trueworthy and Mary Nichols, 22— Though not long a resident among us, the deceased, by the sprightliness of her manner, the sweetness of her disposition, and her many accomplishments, had entwined about herself the sincere rergard of many. It was her desire to live to be useful, to make her friends happy and to glorify God, butl by an inscrutibie, though a wise Providence, he has taken her, as she hoped, and we hoped, t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
Auction Sale. FURNITI RE AT AUCTION. TOMORROW, (FRIDAY) al 9 «Yl,.&lt;k, A. M., will be cold by puldic auction,ut ihu dwelling house of the late Mra. Susan Nichols, on the corner of Harvard aud Cherry streets, Caiiibridg, -pun,— (].&gt;* A variety of Furniture, consisting of feather la-.d*—bed-leads—uiutreases—floor and sluit carpels —mahogany bureau—dining, pciuhrokc and oilier tables—l sofa—l hat-tree—l lime-piece— i-nliy [-imp— looking gttMOM —china, glass and crockery-ware—l uir-litrht slore—l good cooking move — wilh the usual kitchen furuiluie. F. MANSON, Auctioneer. ■PnMlwlllgml.nl- May 2H, 1846. X N TKHTAIN MX XTS . CHINESE HUH li' M- IS THE 111 II.I)ISO X..0.. N AH m Marlboro' t Impel, Wuabiuielou alrcel* BOSTON, Tliia luritc and njilfrid.,l collection, ci.imi.tui;. ol' 00 Wan« ■&gt;&lt; tin llituic-H an terSl us hie, more tlniii n*. i'liiutiiiKH ley I. hnie-.e ii.u_.t_.; numerous model* ot' Temple-, MooaaSi \e__iU, Ale, mjici ii'tch:. hi' if...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
NEW LINE. T"l-M ' * MBHIIMiHd l»ORT l nuil.ri.tjre I OMOfe and i-.m ever* hour, from 1 liefon. 7 o'clock. \. M-,tollelore7oVlo,-k, P. M.,aiul frum iTllrittle _iv:, i, H-mlch,J Uclore aud I uul every hour Irom i b«rlori .. A. M. lo lostort) H oclock, P. M.; alto uOnubts in til b Mini oil! ill 9o'clock. fi RGK, ** From Old Cambridge tv Uobloii _ ticket* lor 01 Oil " finjlo fare \j ~,,,' *' lorry lic|.ct_ spg from t *_nbridicjkirt to llo_tun ten tickets for 1 ou ' " sins le we 1 _■. __»»' TtfoBAS BTKARN-.. TEAS ANU COFFEU. fc__T _____! ■™"-*'na__MJ _T^"H ."IK- *" * _________________ _____■__■_ _____________B rfIHJ BOSTON TEA COMPANY, 54 Court street. h,__| -e. .-I Until.-_(reet, embrace wiili pleasure ihe preacni fi_vi riilile oiijmrliitiiu, to minim tbe )r frit-iid. in Caiiihrid.e rti.il vicinity, lhat Ihey Intve acelved li&gt; the 'Mfouuua" and "Ann Mchim lr.llll i.'biiui, \N EM Mill. MOW STOCK OF TEAS, cml.no in. nil lbs li-.1l i.ilalilie.. uml varieties imported, WhlCli we ...
POETRY. PAUL BEFORE AGRIPPA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
POETRY. PAUL BEFORE AGRIPPA. BY WILLIAM BANTER. The royal court i« gatherM now, The king '» seated on his throne, Tin- deOT IW n ide, the guards retire, The chained m|h». lie . tanda nkuie, And meet., wilh an unshrinking o|o| The eearching giie of royally. The gulling chain is on his hand, Hia mind is ult unoonqner*-! yet ; I-'or nn his calm mid nohlc brow The seal of lofty thought id set. His limhs are bound, hut all can sec liii tufty spirit still i_ free. He speaks! what high and homing thoughts, Are on each list'iier's mind impieenet)— What fearless elo-pience is hit) — Wlmt woiidn.mi seal inspire* Ins breast. He seems no prisoner now, but eland-., And, as sunn; heuven Mflt one, command*. That throng ipiail 'neath hif words of power, Aud owns a muster spirit nigh, While he declare* tlnit Master's Irulh, Who once uddre.. Ed him from the sky. He liids them cast all else aside, And Mn Him who was crucified. The k-Vg himself seems deeply movM, All maik his troubled, anxious brow ; H...
THE CARPET OF GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
THE CARPET OF GREEN. Wlril magical, wondrous Wanly i_ tliif, Wliieli now all around us is seen ! It fills lite true lover of nature wilh blius, As he Head* the soft carpet of green. What fair hand displays such proofs of its skill, Which we view in this l-cnuliful scene, Which shines iv each valley and OTOWM every hill, Ami is found in ifco Mrpol of green . The lovely maid, .Spring, in beauty arrayed, Whose cli inns none can rmial, I ween, Ibis again her (reason, of beuuty displayed, And spread her rich carpet of gteun. She has come I we shout with joy and delight, Let ns Bflttl her rich l.casmcs lo glean, Winch are scattered profusely, smiling and hiiglit, On lv r tieaiili.iil cupel of green. I love the mild star's soft twinkling light, And the look of the moon serene ; DM imtliing hath ever cheered my night, ! Like the beautiful ca.-pcl uf green ! ! [Lynn Xrtes.
MISCELLANY. PLAIN TALK IN THE PULPIT. A LADY'S VISIT TO THE PRINTERS. A CHAPTER ON TIN PEDLARS. A FEW WORDS ABOUT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
MISCELLANY. PLAIN TALK IN THE PULPIT. A LADY'S VISIT TO THE PRINTERS. A CHAPTER ON TIN PEDLARS. A FEW WORDS ABOUT WAR. BY J. HENRY, M. D., DUBLIN. A Into number of the New r.ngland Puritan publishes n discourse delivered in Woburn, near Huston, by Key. Mr. Rennet, an old preacher, to bis congregation, on the 35th anniversary of his ordination, from ihe text—" 1 dwell among my own people." It is singularly pungent nnd spicy. The preacher comes directly to the point—thus : To dwell in any place, means to abide there— not merely to tarry a few weeks, or a few month.;, or n few years, but to nettle down with I view to j a permanent residence. When a minister accepts 1 the invitation of a people, nnd consents to settle mnong them, it is always wilh the understanding that he is to dwell iti ihe midst of ibem. But, much lothe detriment both of ministers and people ibere if not that jicrmanency in llie ministry now, that there was half a century ago. Thru, we used to say, for exnmple, Dr. R...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
DUNTAI. HI RUK.KV. THK MlillMl'ltllll ll vvuuhl invite parti, iilnr nllenllun In this Advertisement, whirl, he think, may claim a phu-e among Ihe Isle Improvement, o, I liiili.lry. He engagr. thai llle inn,. pet, .a 11,.., fur every rripliol, ol llenlal Wink, frnin the In.erllnn ul one I null, ,„ i|,„i ~r „ Whole Upper nnd Lower Hcl. I„, Inn ,„„. hall ihe »u„„m, charm,! I, Mhcrsiu,. Muled In he u„l, Ihe r.i.l ~| i-,,i,.|r. 1,1 i,,", He i.vrecs lurther. Ib„t nller aulheirnl lime has clun.e.l ~,,..-, V" W " r , k ,- " l &gt;"" 1 • "«""' hlnve I, 'mr In „,, ,In, ic,utile e,ty, nr mil he sntl-tueterv 111 Ihe pallem 11,,. miiney paid will he relumed, the auh.e, ,l„ r w, 1, ~', . Hi" has permission In rrlCrlu l.nihea ami lien, ~,,,., I nn. city. i,„ whom ..il ki , Ttui Operation, ha - r ". perlnrnu'il, niul innv remnrk thn, he It-is had „v. ml . '' evperielu'c in the hns a,, having I, em,,!,„ ~1 h"_H l''l"»l I- I -lit nl Ml- _. C. Keep HI ,\i '" ","' nil llie .lenlnl I'lnle Wnrk I...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 May 1846
I)K. H. KKKN, VKTEMXAH V BU&amp;QZOJf, t'H.i.. AI.UANt, Kit Fnnier about nine leata «lt„, where lie pKOlaad FAltltll ItV u„ ,' years, lis. Inenled himneli petit,aneml, . ( Ajiitutiiiiii:roitT, „_..,„ i„- ~,„'" toiiail hi lii, Htiililc, oppuslt. it,. 11, ii,.,' .tilt.l C-limili.tiiul ..Her. 111, tervice. lo iv pultli.'fi-uei'nlly li, llial I lie pledges liiiu.iU lo cure llie lelliiwiiif diacMMi I-' il.-r imi.ili.il, iiiri'il in oae llnur; liiHsiuii,alien ~, I'ecl „r Aeitle Founder; 11. t1.iu.1....,..'.. »l ..».- Ki.lj.. &gt;_, M,,„. via n.,,1 Hinahuiie; Mpliult t'xtiiitha] 1t.,',; I'ttlitirli w r,11,1,1,im Colil Kindeiinc l.'nlurih. I'liualißi Hpu.tiiiaii, t 1u,1,e; risiuliiil CbpUei lullumuiniiiiu el liuwrls; Worm, Hernia nr Rupture; Jnitlulh'el llliibeli,; Inlluiiilunllim m,,, MpH.lliodli- ullatka ul It,,' lllntl.l. r; Mll|i|il..»loll ol Hut,, Hindus, H;ii',ilii»t Windfall.; Tltoromtlt I'tui lilonil ~ ,i lluj Spavin; lapped links and Klbowa; Malleiid.i, Piiiiii.nl I...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1846 NUMBER 5. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1846. Those addressing us will please add port to Cambridge; there being three post offices in our new city.
FRATERNITY OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
FRATERNITY OF MAN. All men are equal in their births, Heirs of tin- earth and skies | All men nre equal when that .mill Fades from their dying eyes. All wail alike on liim whose |H&gt;ncr Uppholds (lie lift: He gave • The sage wiiliiu hit star-lit tower— The savage in In* c»ve. God meets the throngs who pay their Vowb In courts their hands have made; And hears the worshipper who bows Beneath the plantain-shade. 'I'is man alone who difference s_cr«. And _|H'aka of high und low ; Am) worships- those und tramples these, While the came path they go. Oh ! lei man hasten to re. torn To ull iheir right of love ; In power and wealth t.xnlt no more; In wisdom lowly move. Ye great ! renounce your cartlt-Iwrn pride, Ye low ! your _hame nnd fear ; Live as ye worship, side hy Hide ; Y««ir comniou claims revere.
From Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. THE MIDSUMMER MANUSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
From Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. THE MIDSUMMER MANUSCRIPT. BY FRANCES BROWN. The blessings of our youth be on you, bright days of midsummer, prime of the seasons, noontide of the year! The green of our woods deepens beneath your mantle, and our hills rejoice to the heart of their utmost solitude. There was joy at your coming among the nations of old, for your power and glory mingled with the faith of the elder time. The Celt kindled the beltane tire on his mountains for your welcome, and the men of the far east spread " the feast of roses " by the lovely Iakes of Cashmere. The world has outlived the memories of her morning; creeds have been forgotten; gods have come and gone; but the toiling, stirring multitude of earth still rejoice as ye gladden the span of their passing existence with the breath of your returning roses and the bloom of your eternal youth. So thought, or should have thought, the Monsieur de St. Leon as he sat one long bright evening of that rosy time, surrounded ...