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MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. There hat been no uiiiierrssnry delay in organizing the government for thn current year, and all tlie elections which Hera not made immediately by the people, ar. now completed. In ilia Senate, Mr. I'alhuun, the presiding.oflirer, h.is the advantage ol' long experience, and ol ths roiilidcnce of the men,hers in his appliculimi aftKa Miles and oiders, inspired hy liMp.nl Impartial excreiso of ihe duties of the chair. Mr. Ilruilhurr, the Speaker of tho llniiso ol" Kepicscnlatives, appeal, lo preside with e;i,e and piotnplnrss; and Ihe atseml.lv, less numeinus limn it lets been lor vtrt many yours, is wall iircoinll.odutcd, und so observant ot Ihe rules of decorum, lh.it it is ;i pleuauro lo behold il. IVtilioiis nflba anal variety nre presented fiom day Iv day; hut in general Ihey do nol appear Iv be such as In threaten a very lon. session, Kail: cuds, as in p.isl years, ure the subject of v large p.irt of the petitions; but they arc generally petnious for h...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

Bi.av.bt lit Dii.AW.aE.—Th. remntnr of slavery slill'lingars in Delaware. There ate aboot 2000 slaves in the Stale. Aware of the advening" which would arise to the Stale from an iill" «- linclion of the tyslom, an etlenaiva effort is >» progress te promote general emancipation. !'""- -lions are ia circalation, nrging iha Legislature Iff abolish ilatery on equitable lernn.

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[Original.] TO MRS. GEO. H., OLD CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

[ Original.] TO MRS. GEO. H., OLD CAMBRIDGE. I've often read of Grecian maids Of beauteous (onus and faces. Of India's daughters much is said, Their hue, their eyes, tlieir graces, Of those mid soft lluliu's bowers, Who revel in their own sweet flowers. lint never had 1 seen liefore A Taco wilh nothing wanting, Until I met at " Lee Street Fun" The charming Madam li*****g. 1 cannot boast the name of friend. Thy history to discover, A stranger must be to the end. Nor hope to be ihy lover. There's sadness in thnt look of thiue, Ths past is present with thee; 'Tin full of soul, 'tis sweet, divine, liy day and night 'tis with me, Thy gentle, winning, speaking face Pilled with inimitable grace. A pardon now I sue, for sic It is a lady writes to lltee. Mir* Cambridge, Jan. Bth.

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[COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

[COMMUNICATED.] Mr. Editor—So much hss been said concernjug the low standard nf musical taste iv this country, that I shall not endeavor to thrnw any new I light upon that subject, but I wish to refer to the factss illustrated in this good city, und particularly that part of it with which 1 am most familiar, —Ward 11. It is a common remark here, one that ia heard whenever the subject of music is introduced in conversation, nnd it is n lamentable truth, thnt a ninepenny concert will bo well sustained, while one wilh the admission fee any greater, will have hardly n dozen bearers. Judging of the quality of tho music by the price charged for admittance, winch in generally a safe rule to go by, how does tins speak for tbe taste of thn citizens ! A negro aottf. or uuv song that ministers lo vulgar passions m tha mind will secure un audience, while one of j Ueelhoven's grand symphonies, or any music of thnt class which elevutos nnd refines the mind,und ministers to noble thoughts and feel...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

Jottß Q. Aiiami, —A friend from Huston a.iya 'ill ths vener.ihlt' Mr. Adding ia exceedingly nniit>Sl lv re.ieh \V.-i«liinglon, and an much ao, thai lis p'lyiicmns liii<U it ditficull tv keep llioii patient *, lifted. It is supposed in ili.it city, th.il Mr. A. i ilt'iiils making a fire well apeech iv thu Jluuae of ■ ••'present.-ilivei, before ho retires fioin puhlic life, ! "itl this he han designed to dn, h.id nol hia present 'to knots detained him from Washington. Like I.Bui Cli.iih.ni), perhaps he is nnxioua tv finish hia earthly career, whin iv the actual discharge of his public function*. Ohki.on Tkrhitiikv.—A hill eatablisliing s territorial governntent in Oregon hna pasasd the IlmiHi! of Keproaentativea in Congrsaa hy a vote of 133 to 35. —The SRgrf-g.it« amount of dfposHa of ths tliirty-eiglit Saving* Hunks in Mm"Trliusetta, aa msde up tn ths last Saturday uf <>rlobsf, 1846, by the Secretary of the Coininon"SAltß. i» $10,080,983 10...

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OFFICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

OFFICIAL. Statement of tbe result of the election, at tbe 2d trial, in District No. 2, for a msmber of the 80th Congress, on tbe 28ih of December, 1846. Whole number of bslloU B9ti * Necessary for a choice '^Z Daniel P. King has 3735 GeoigeW.Dyke" Iftl Lemuel GoU " "*27 All others have 181 I)a> iv. P. KiHO having a majority of all iho voles, is elected. .Secretary's Office, Jan. 8, 1847. Statement of the result ef the election, at the 2d trial in District No. 4, for a member of the 30th Congress, on the 28th of December, 1846. Wholo number of ballots 8926 Necessary to a choice 4464 John G. Palfroy has 4513 Frederick Robinson" 3754 Junies G. Carter " 541 All others have 115 Jourr G. Vauvkey, having a majority of all the vales, is elected. Secretary's Ofliee, January 9, 1847.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

|,kni:hi' or Advehtiiinu. —The Southern Standard tolls a story of a man in London who determined to spend all ho made during the first year in advertising, he soon found thut it wus impossible, for the simple reason that the more he advertised the more he made; and after a strenuous effort to gel rid of bis money in advertising, he bud lo give it up. The lloston Truveller contains a statement that (he American Peace Society aro about to ofl'er s premium of $500, for tbe best impartial analysis of the oiigio snd progress of the Mexican wur, wilh an examination into ita effects on the politics and morals of the nation. Tho work is not to be published until after the conclusion of pence. Revival or Religion.—Wo learn from the Danville (Ky.) Tribunal, lhat a powerful revival uf religion his been progressing in the Presbyterian church in llul lown for several weeks past About one hundred have uniLcd wilh the church, composed of almost every ago ami condition in life.

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CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. lit tin* vctu one iliuiiffiiiil (iiindtetl nml forty nix. AN OKDINANCK. To eMiililifh a City Seul. /?•• it or J iinr I by the Cily Council of the Cily of Com fir id : 1. Tli;it ihu follow in«j rilsU he the device ofilie sc.il of niid eily, lo wit :—iu iho centre thereof, a nil.clil, btisriag upon it n view, in distant pi-rnpec-li.e, nf CniuhiiiJce und Boston united \>\ n bridge; on the eUremr h ft, tin' Tower* of (ioru Hull, nnd on tin* evtit'tne riiiht, the Dome of the State House, li indirnte lilt- Iwo place*; under the shield, theinscripiinn phsll h«* " Cuntilhi igiej cr-ntditn, A. D., lo.'lll.- Cirnn rtgimint dunuUt, A D, 18-lli." iiimiiiH the •.(■ill, .m ihe cilv uui.to, shall he the woriLs, ** Liter i.\ n/ttit/ui* KOrta i /is/ 'ittit is decora." 2. Bl it I'"'ll. r oid.tii.i-it, That ull Ordinances or pails of < lidin.iiici-a, inrdiini-l.int wilh the forehe, ,-md ihr same ure hereby repealed. Is OoMaiea Vovmettti Dsjo.lt, 19AH. I'.j-st.....

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

MARRIAGES. In Stratham, N. H. 10th inst. Mr. Wm. J. Doloff, printer, of Cambridge, to Miss Sophia W. Chase, of Stratham. In Lowell, 18th inst. by Rev. L. Porter, Mr. Marcellus Carpenter, of Charlestown, to Miss Eliza Ann Smith, of Hollis, Me.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

DEATHS. In this city, 13th inst., Wm. F. McCarthy, aged 2 years 7 months 14 days. In Somerville, 18th inst., Mary Adelaide, daughter of George and Ann S. Days, 2 years. In Hopkinton. 26th ult. Mr. Samuel Goddard, 87, a revolutionary pensioner.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

JOHN PEA it. FV VERA L I \YI) KR TA hER, j Stale Sim el, in ItsVSS* Ilie I'niv, i>nh>l < lninh, Ward 11. j Corn** ri aMtnr.n at NVatf Ntnin:. ! < AMIUtIIM-K MISKH. ASSOCIATION. A KesAtßj ii) ihe AsMbtioo. foe rs*sfstrssl. will he ! liel I ;il HM Yesttv .d iW Key. Mi. \V.tic's Church, t*g MOMMY KVKMMi n-M. A hill uiul puiK-tu.il allcmlitiicr is reuuesled. 3n THOMAS ti. RICE, flsVf. VOTHK IS lIKREIIY 014E.V, thai the aub- ! -» a.ri'.i-r has horn <!ul. -i,.,Mi.iilnl Admiui-dralnr tn tlie I IMatcol A.NilllW Xl IM. i fata of Cambridge. In Iho cm. t, nl Middlesex, printer, t|tlatsSSSSi MSStMti ai rl b.ia taken ii|ttiii hlinnell thai lii'-i by giving b.m.la i- (lie la., dire, la. All person* having dej iiiaiiitN irpin tlie cr-tate ol ibe asnt ANPRKW U-.li>, nic re- | t|ii I-.I In exhibit Ihe -i.ime; and all per- turn indebtetl lo the s nd ■ aisle, are rilled SDMI In make payment In NaTHAN 111 SHF.LL. Jit., AdiulnMrator. Camb...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

il. 11. & It. F. FULLER, Counsellors st& Law, NO. 0 STATE STUEKT, 111-NKY 11. HJ1.1.1-.lt, ) l)A(airrt n vr RiciiAitu i. n;i.i.i:K,s DiroJ,Ui>. 3in j 14 CHASE'S *"' QA.CUERREQTYPE ROOMS, JYo. 257 Washington Street, Boston. Miniatures tiiken singly or in RSSSBSj with or without color. It i ltt.i fc.ili.-fsicliiin Kivru or uu charge. ' OtJ- Likent'Hses ufrhililren tiiken ut any age. Instruction giten in the Art. 3 ni JESSE L. FLOYD, Counsellor and Attorney at Law, No. 131 Ann Street, Heier 10 Boston. tl. ti. Ciisliirian, Judge. ) Win. 11. .Mrt.'llll.l.l.s, Esq. \ lliuiger. Hun. Bdarard Kent S tr NOTICE. „d AN uanesHinrnl waa made by thr Mitliileaex Mulu'tl Fire luniiraiu'e Ctiinimiry, Dec. 1, IMri. whitli ia retiuinul to In iiiin! in tnr ii t.trl't,i-(i Mn- 2Ulli oi'Jiiiiuar), at my house Columbia Hired, L'aiiibridi'eport. (iAMIJKL POND. Ajuml Tor aaid Co.. All nNM.nsin.ntn uupnid will In: returned t» thu offlceou ilie Ist OS* February. I*. ri. Mr. I...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

J. A. HOJ.MKN * CO., Junction nf Mam strttt, ttutrrtoun und Brighton Roads QINERAi AMORTMKNT OF WEST INDIA GOODS AND GROCERIES. NTONE fc I.KATIIK, »AM I t V STOit i: 8 , Murdoch.*. < „rurr, Mnlu Nlreet. CA.MUHIUt.tFOUT. 3rf'Oodat],!ivt.'| t .,J loullpjrlaolilieCity.st shorl notice. in 1 WOOD Jc 11A1.1., Noah. 5 uml ti ||i, r -/iird Ksw, ( imibrld«<-, !' 'ii.inj.iir Hit- |,mv HctlOOl ,> WDISODBUUHIt kasv SS good uml |,r..ieru]anas*ortlueiilor WEST INBIA COOBS A ...I UKOC'KKIKS, as can bcluuiij in Un. city or j„ B, w t„ii,-wlilrlt tliry offer tv in. public ull rcwH.nat.lc t.ru... O* tluiaJaa.littered in any parlor lit.: cily without ealra dinner. Ai-racD Wuuu. [ul| Oauia llsil. Ull. N. V. SIKARVS, GENTtST, Corner of Court unci liuivanl Streets, lIOHTON. Entrance--First door on rul in Howard Street. Jell * WILLIAM lIOVKV, Jr. REAL ESTATE AGENT, Office, Muni tttreet, Ward i. * Je It HENRY TIIAYKR, DRUG G IST AND APOTHECARY, Doug-IntM Work, Main Htreel, C...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

CAMBRIDGE Furniture and Carpet Wareltsnse. WHITNEY, BKACKETT fc CO., Hare ci.neu.nlly fur sale at llarir tpaciuus Warshuuse, near (lie Cullegfcs, a very extensive uasulllueul uf FURNITURE, Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, Couches, Secretaries*; Chairs, Looking (jlasses, Kctiigunilori, Clucks, Entry Lamps, ike. CARPETING, Tbere-ply, Superfine, Fine, rainied and Straw, Stair Carpeting, Rods anil Eyes. FEATHERS, Mattrasses, Feather Beds, Jtc. <kc. kc. (fc*- All of which will be sold low. ]/ Patten's KefriMt-ratora coitslaulljr on ltilnl. lIOV 19 a 6 ill DRY GOO DS. Child. At Jniuea' New Bs.llsH.saT, Mitln Nt., A few doors East of JYorfolk street, CAMBRIIM.EPORT, WHERE mny lie tiuunJ ■ food assortment or FOREIGN AM) DOMESTIC DRY UOOIIS. at the loweal cash prices; ttlenchrd anil t'nbleriehed t.uiu.i.m.l i-vi-ry wid 111 anil BBJUHJ ; While Linens, Linen Unimi-k; Nankins: While Linen Uamank Table Uovetn; Hint* Kje Diaper; ilowlna; Cmah; llriiwii Linens; ilo. Taitrle Orvvrn; Linen 11....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

■_. riaHion.BLE m faT* BOOT ft SHOE STORE. W* NATHAN RUSSELL, JR., KICUARDb' BLOCK. Opposite the Universalis! Church, Main street, C'A.MBRIDVKt'UKT. "t'lie F.tronaieofroriti.r customers rtsassitf.il,solicited. I r Hauelrui. done at En-merlT, br Mr. lIBM.NT CAMBKIUI.EFOKT Paper Hanging Manufactory, liratntdwnr, ursr the Ocho-u) lla>tt»r. CM. I'KA RSO \ has on tnuid, a larte assort men l cf • rtPHR HANUI N G B, which he will Sell ehtap Tor caah or aiiprnfed fmS'n. All lln.pt: who Jiiaj lie Iv wmil ul' ROOM I'APtRa, would do' v...n to call helora purchaauig eta*, where, lvi-■ lv -■ ■■ ' : 1 a. ■ I- — ■ _— on jkjccavwi or the REBUILDING "OAK HALL/ 7 T»E STOCK OK READY MADE CLOTHING AND— FURNISHING GOODS, » win. ue CLOSED UP VERY CHEAP, AND AT GREAT SACRIFICE. WHOLESALE TRADERS SHOULD LOOK TO THIS PREVIOUS TO MAKING THEIR PURCHASES. KVTIIA.VCE 3a ajm STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE MERCHANT'S ROW, __ BOSTO.V. If-nl, 6RAKO EXHIBITION —OF— CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND READY MADE CLOTHING! QUI...

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MISCELLANY. SKETCHES OF ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

MISCELLANY. SKETCHES OF ITALY. [From the Indian Sketch Book.] HOME. *' Vet, ifasal is Ibiinc, That sat uprrn lier seven hills, nnd, from her throne Of beauty, ruled the world ! Yet these nre Itotnanf - Why, in'that cider d.iy, |0 be a Roman Una greater limit a king !" We crossed the Tiber in a broad ; und during iho few moments which intervened ere outwalk recommenced, we wore naturally led to contrast Ihe turbid waters aud the dim earth around us, with iho same set tie, in its transcendent us- ' pect, ai existing in Ihe familiar picture of our fancy. The one wns tho plain appearance of neglected and perhaps degenerate nature j iho other, impressions derived from nature's glowing commentator, Ihe poet. Passing by a retired paih through the fields, we soon came in view of a circular fortress, (the Castle of St. Angelo,) now chiefly used as n prison, but originally tho tomb of Hudrian. And certainly, when its solid proportions were decked with the numerous statuary ornaments which onc...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

Err .EC T or a Bad Name—lite United State- brig SOfMra, whose tragical end we have just announced, wns, it will Im remembered, tin* same vessel on tumid which young BfaBBW wilh two others w. m hung, several soars since, for conspiracy und attempted or supposed inuliny. Sinre lhat air.iir, she his been calle;! the " IltKiting eullows." Her hintory has indeed been an eventful one. The appalling suddenness of ber loss has thrown mi air of wild romance uround her career, which will doubtless attract the attention of some of our able novelists. It is stated that there have been persnm employed on board vf her, who affirm that the gliosis of tho three men handed toher yard arm constantly b muted tbe ship, and pirlicularlv in storms, paralyzing the crew.— Sjiringfittd Rrpubliran A Boy that wasn't Born.—A correspondent of the Cincinnati Sunday News relates thu following anecdote : Some years since, iv the morning, after a very tSIIiriSSIBOSS nighl, v litile negro boy was found on ibe shorts...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

HOSIt;.'. V.-l-adnV Aluarrn, Lallllia' Wool, Cash in.'ri, H,,,,i,). M.Tin.i ami cum, 11..-.-. all rnlm--1.1 lit', l.lllha' Wi.i.l, Merino, Vismna, Colloa ami Wii.il.-ll 11,11 11,..,. I„r siili- 1..v., alt. A. 4. <i. F. lIAMMATT'rt, Minn .In-. I, In,nl.ii,lsi|M.rl. nn. JH ■ I MlinnltK.. A varlr.y i.r liar livarr, Cutliry a a ami Houst I Hii.ishmtArlM'lc. -Inr.al.liy WOOU* II ALL, 5,in,1 I, llaivarii Ri.w. jl 1»! I.MON.sttV BALSAM-For sain by CIIAB. A. iiii.M-; a, CO., stalaairaai, ISIIIOtI- HKHSWAX HI.At KINU INK-I-'nrsalrl.v Wuoll a HALL, llarvar.l Knlv. ol a. o< ni1.1,K.. son \ a ski iii.i r/7i'<>\vI. IrKKS-Furssli- In 1). A. lllt.NF, ,v CO., Malnst. DU.I.KVS MAi:lt AI.IMI\ ,'. c Fiirsnli- hyCIIAH. A OIINE * CO., Msm si. Mil l lltll.M nnd VKKMAt K1.1.l- For I'M ~I, I.) Wllllll A 11A1.1., Ilsrv„„l 11, 1 W. ol 111 RF. CKMMOf Till TAR nnrtSOOAFnr sal,' hy CHARLES A. (MINE * CO., Main strati. ItOWVSIi'.MVN SI UNA PA It 11,1, A -For" islt hy I...

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