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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

| CONSUMPI3ON CURED dr. davis's compound syrcp WILD CHERRY AND TAR. ON MY WAY RABT FROM HOME. I'aducab.Kr . Iv February tn-«l, 1 whs attacked with n vmlviii cold in t ruaaiiK the Hioiiritnlna. It was ao sever* that I wus twitted ti. lay hy iv New York several ttti.n alter < tnu,ileting my Inihiiiif m. A little recruited, I returned tn I'hilailall'hin, when Mi-aai'M KiihiiiMiti, t'tilliua sV (Jo. rtnamnieiitleil to m« Ufi DAVIrt'MYHUf'OF Wll.t> CIIKKRY AMI TAR. fl i«in;, liuaiin »s in niteii:l U>, and with Hie iiu'iinveiiianee attending akfjSnOS tram huniv, 1 could not take it regularly or im) the.-Timer .-.Mention im he regimen dlreciad. 1 Inn ml great heuelft, however, trotu taking iiurt til a hut lie , was iniriMlH relieve.), and SSSS-lsd to atari mi my journey liome. Rfcroasliig the inouiilaiiiH, I waa e\|ioacil to v sevnrn slorrn which renewed ihe attack wilh greatly Increased violence, followed hy a ha)rrat,«iiig rough, great exiu-cloratiriu ol ...

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

IMPROVEMENT Itf RTOVBB. The Air-Tight Madeira Parlor Stove, Patented October, 16-46. " BY means of the Imuroveoienls eombliieif In thin Stove, tin* tlaiue anrl siltjiliunms gases lire iiiuiii drought into contact with the fire, try which otauv desirable tt-lvnulng en are secured. The heat is no longer violent, >■ tit so miM and equable as to cause lite temperature Of a M.uleini rhmale lo circulate throughout every part or the ruom ; Lbadstrss desnriW lieing regulate.) v. illi the precision ot flock-wot k liv nieaiiaol thu valve in the amul.e-oipe, witlunil the possibility ol the escape of gaa or aoxloas vapor, that heing t<>tally em ihu ii led with lliu smoke and dual arising from combustion, which aru ihe grounds on which the puteui ia seen ted. The end proposed—ami which has heen fully attained, la to consume lliesinuke.dilhl, nnd all noxious gases, therehy Iscressinj the kaati while ,*reaiiy diminishing ihr euusumplliui oll'iirl -lotliflurte a gcn...

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

HOLMA If'S Nature's Grand HebUnilife. ***** <* »■»• IW UVHI'EI'HIA OB INDIOEtSTION, PISIASHD 11VER JAIINUIOE, RILMOUtS CIIOLIC, COBTIVKNEHB LOtWOT AI'PETITta.AHTIIMA.kIIXIOIIKDIH- ' ORDERS, WORMH.NERVOIJHCOMPLAINTH PAIN IN THE HIDE, BLEEIHNO AT Til E ' MTUMACII.COLUHANDCOUgiIBOFLUNUHTANIIINfJ.IIOAHHENEHt*, HIIORTNEMH UF UREATII, HEA Hlt-KNEeus, tkc, Ac. .1. B. lIOIMAN, Proprietor, No. 70 < oralt.l), Uoalsvw. A. HEII>, Agent lor t'nm'rldge, At the Office of the Cambridge Chrontcle. This Medicine is of a warming, cheering ami invlgtirntjj,, liHture, nnd la never known to wen ken the |iatienli WBtTSSg tl ia well known many other Cuthai ties have directly an pp. pOsltS tendency. It has a most powerlul tnjluenre, tut i,,!. etl liv mi other medicine, 11 removing N Hit Vol s com PLAINTH. . It is pleasant to take, and tv Hs operation -~, much so, thnt it may he adiniulsieretl to ihe tender infant With snlt'l y. It ia ihu pretended that the above Medicine wil...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1847. NUMBER 39. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 28, 1847.

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SELECTED. Pedler Molly AND Pretty Jane. A GRANDMOTHER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

SELECTED. Pedler Molly AND Pretty Jane. A GRANDMOTHER'S STORY. BY MRS. A. M. F. ANNAN. [CONCLUDED.] The sleep of Jane lasted until late in the morning, and when she awoke from it, her mind seemed to be recovering its tone. She, indeed, spoke to no one, but she was partially conscious of what was passing around her. This was apparent immediately on her waking, for she gazed intently on tlie haggard face pillowed beside her own, passed her hands over it, and laying her head on the aching heart of her foster mother, wept with the abandonment of a little child. Widow Slade's illness increased, and as she rapidly sank, the governing affection of Jane's being resumed its ascendancy. Though able in a day or two to move about the cottage, she seldom left the bedside of her mother, but, with her watchful eyes fixed upon her face, sat holding her hands in a drooping and speechless melancholy, which seemed to evince that her filial anxiety had abstracted her from any other source of sorrow. Bu...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

The Ptramii)* or Eiiver.—Mr. (ih.hton makes the following s'alemenls : "The granite contained in the great pi ran,id would be sullicient for the building of all the churches and public buildings in Philadelphia, and the quantity of other msterials. if converted into brick, would build all the dwellings in that city. There is material sufficient, in tho three largest pyramids, to erect nil buildings, public and private, in the State of Pennsylvania." A PmnicAMKNT.—Tho fallow who wrote this ought to be darned : Mow qneerly does a lady feel A walking in the street, When she's aware her stocking heel Make* visible her feet. She lifts her foot op awkwardly, And puts it down again. And tries to pass that none may ace. But labor* all in vain.

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MEXICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

MEXICAN WAR. The following letter, addressed to the editors of , the .\ati_nul Intelligencer, and first published in that paper, is said by the editors oftbe Atlas, from ! which paper it is copied, to have been written by lhe Hon. Wuddy Thompson. Ilia knowledge of . the topography of Mexico, nnd the character of tho j people of that country, as well nn of tbe political cjndition of the United States, render il woithy of peculiar respect. htNii.i-MEN : —Whatever my opinions may bo of the necessity of the war with Mexico—and no war can he just which ia uot absolutely necessary—• ; I have hitherto foiborne publicly to express those I opinions. If I believed the President were disinclined to terminate (he war, such a discussion i would he proper; but, as we are assured thut he is [anxious for peace, (and certainly no living muu has 100 DUO) reasons to be so.) 1 refrain on this occasion from discussing this point. * * * It is not lo ho denied that the Mexi- | cans huve refused lo negotia...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, At the 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 authorized agent for East Cambridge, and will see to the delivery of 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 proportion. A liberal discount t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

Tiir. War. Wo have already received and j promptly laid before our readers, p.,pen. purporting ' tube MjSfl. flOflll'splan uf the war,' "Commodore j IVrrv'a plan,** nnd finally " Gen. Taylor's plan." I There are he-tides these numerous projects Booting flbOOl before thu public, eye, some advocating the i.apture of one place, some proposing the bombard- j ui.nt of another, nml some fldvtnntf tho entire wilhdrawul of our forces from Me.i.m. Of tho latter nature ia a series of resolutions introduced in | the United Status House of l_opresuniati.es on S.ilnrdiivTho trnuhle wilh all these " plans " of Mexican campaigns is, that they aro mado in entire ignorance of wlm is intended. To make these projects one must nut only furnish (he true interpretation ol whit the go__Ms___Oßt is to do, hut he must divine its dream, lie must first invent for himself n theory of what President polk nnd his Cubinul nre trvng to do, and ihfu devise nutans to accomplish thai hypoiheticid si heme. Until we kn...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. —A fatal disaster occurred on the r.s.'.A Ituiltoud Thursday utt.t-.riiot.it, ut the crosanig nt Kryo's Mills. A3 tho train approached the i.rosoiojti the comlui.tor saw v vehiclo very near it, .mil immediately reversed the motion of tho enuud gave an ithirin with the eteum whistle. it proved, ittifoitunntelv, however, that the driver <>f tin: vehicle did uot lake thu ahiiiii seasonably, if ut ull; nnd, when crossing the truck, the train .111110 upon him and dashed him over thu dnui, upon the ice, killing him iimtnully, and injuring tho norm so much that it was found necessary lo kill him also. Tho nam,' .of thu man was William I Iml, of Dauvers, and il in suid that ho wns uged. dc.if, nnd somewhat crippled in his hands. He hnd juct left his coin ut ihu mill. Dishonesty.—Mr, Hall J. Howe, of South BeetOO, lost I pocket-book on Thursday last, which contained ft.i. 1. It wns picked up by * boy named John I.isett, about sixteen years of Hge, ...

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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

FOREIGN NEWS. Tho Hibernia arrived ou Monday, after a W days tiip, und brings news of rather painful interest. From the epitome uf the news in the columns of the Boston Star, we select tho following details:— The news ia uot specially important tn a political sense, but iv v commercial view it is very important. The terrible want uf food lhat weighs upon the oppressed millions of lhe European Monarchies increuses steadily, nud the efleet upon every BOtfl fa\ored country must be to increase the value ol all surplus bread studs. It cannot but iuduce v profound sense of gratitude fur the blessing* enjoyed by our own luvontd land, where not only uu übundunce, hut un eicesa, nf food always surrounds the laboring nud industrial classes. In regard to lhe domestic atliiira of F.urope, the horrible sufferings of the people of Ireland, Scotland, France, and indeed of ultno.t every count!) , constitutes thu leading features. Of these, Ireland und the Scotch highlands mi Her most —the former al...

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MILITARY CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

MILITARY CONVENTION. The following notice has been published in the Concord Freeman:— "The present sl.ile of lhe Militia of lliis ti.ni--1 miiiiwi'slla iiiliinmislit's us llmt sotiirihing must nn- • iiiidialcly he done in rinse llmt portion of our s\slem of i'liverniiieiil mid proteclioll. to ita pinper ! mid riii.rit.nl aliiiiilinc. lur lluil purpose, .here- j I fore, iillil that those of our fellow cili/.elis, who uppreei.ili' lln' vilue of ibis branch of our ' g.ivt'illllii'lll, tiin> he isii-i'il lo assemble logelher, !to consult upon the bet nnd most judicious nioositres to raise our Miini.i to ita proper atandiog, and properly to susl liv it, il is puiposed to hold a Convention of the friends of lb* Militia of this Commonwealth, nt I'u lie in I Hull, Boston, on Thursday, the 2Hlh instant, at HI o'clock, A. M. All commissioned ollu.ers in the ('oinn.onwniillh are invited to attend as members of the Convention, and each company is requested to send to the Convention a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

Presentation of Weapons to the VOLUNTEERS. —On Saturday evening there was a large gathering of lhe Printers of ItiHinn at (he Marlboro* Chapel, on the occasion of the presentation of several weapons t„ the. i nberi oftbe craft who have enlisted in lhe Massachusetts Kegimenl of Volunleers. Mr F. P. Ingolla presided, end made, a neat speech. Tho Vartoflfl recipients re turned their acknowledgments fur tin* favor cojlferred upon them in appropriate terms: und slier these ceremonies were over, the whole assembly repaired to tlm Coinbill Colin. HoflOO, and partook of e e.ullntinn. '( am nit im; r. Almanac and Hi'mnk... OiKKCioRy »*o_ thi: Vkah 1847.'— Wo have received from Mr. George Adams, thu compiler, v copy of the novelty hearing tho ahove tide. Formerly, it has heen thought practicable tn carry out the idea embodied in the words * Almanac ' uud 4 Directory ' only in largo and compact cities, where lln. diversity of occupation furnished v great amount of material for the work. Hut th...

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MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. The debate on Mr. Cu-diing's resolution, before the House of Uepresentativcs, for gran ling :•* 20,1X10 to lhe Massachusetts volunteers, has not yet terminated. It has taken v wide range, and has iot met OB) fivor from the Whig ■pQflUfrfl. Tin* result will doubtless conform to the general opinion among the people, ii.ili.elv, that the war is so disgraceful to the country, that Massachusetts cannot pjss any vole, which can be interpreted as fifing to it, either directly or indirectly, any marks of approbation. The duily journal of proceedings in lhe two branches presents only the dry details of petitions presenied ami referred, and orders of notice passed. No bills of any general interest have yet been reported.

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[For the Cambridge Chronicle.] SOCIETY-OUR COMMON SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

[For the Cambridge Chronicle.] SOCIETY-OUR COMMON SCHOOLS We believe that no IBSs_l|i| person can liiak alirmirl on society, without being alrurli wilh the maaa of ignorance, and S»fl growing out of igno- j ranee, th.it every where prSaßßlp il*' If ll is in vain lluil wo try lo keep our chinee filed upon lhe ileceiiciti and agreeable., while our prison, ninl liliii_-linu.es nre crowd—l will, vagrancy, in d tin' I'ulllilin. of every journal filled will, records of dishonesty and crime. The pitying heart bleeds, BBS lhe philosophical spirit despond,, while lhe rjucslinll nrise«— how long niusl ll|.'«e lliing, he I We know ihereure llu.se who will meet remark, of ll.il nulure wilh ihn vexed anil indifferent reply " why always harping ahoiil lhe evila of aociclv. There lilvmvs has heen wickedness in Ilm world, mid always miial he—we are aa good aa olher genI eratiiini have heen, nnd that i. enough." Olheri, ' while Ihey «co und acknowledge lhal the alule of thing, in lliil reaped i. nol...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

[Frotn the Msrcanlitt- Journsl of insl evening] Latk raon Mexico and ram South. — Melancholy Shipwreck '—The U. S. oteomer Eudoru, arrived at New Orleans on the 17th inst., from Uruzos Santiago, having left there nn the 12th inst. General Scott wui al Uruxos Santiago, and hnd sent to Gen. Taylor an express, informing him that ho would start in a few days, and meet him either at Tumpico or Victoria. The N. O. Mercury gives a nummary of the intelligence received by the Kudora, ibe most momentous of which m that ' the If. S. steamer Giraffe was wrecked on the Ith, in a A'orlhcr, about fifty miles South of the month of lhe llio Grande, and four hundied persons on board of her were lust." We think the nbove must be an emigircratud bt-tement, especially as the Tropic of the same dute. in alluding lo lhe shipwreck, says "four persons perished. The vessel a total los-i. Capt. I.ldridge nnd his inn hud arrived at thu Hr.tzns.*' It is nlso staled thai tho schooners Comet, l*ntcrpiise, Floridi...

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Municipal.--—City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

Municipal.--—City of Cambridge. In Board of Aldehmen, Jan. 25, 1847. Older of Notice on lliu petition of Fitehburg Itailro.id to the GoOOToI Court, rend—and Ordered, That llie Representatives of this city in the tioneral Court, he requested to appear befori! lhe Committee of ihe Legislalure on Hallways and Canals, and taku iv charge ihe intercuts of the eilv and its illHooOj nml oppose lhe prayer of nanl peliliiu if they shall deem it expedient. The Council conctin*_d. The Mayor submitted a communication concerning ill* establishment of a Po!i,». Court. Ordered, That lhe Mayor's coininiiriicaiion bfl referred to Aldermen Kuiirick and \VtM»d, with each ns tlm Common Council mny join. The Council concurred; and Messrs. I'm well, Ever _It and Reed were joined. Ordered, That Aldermen Hustings, lisk and Butch Older, wilh such ns the Common CoOOOil mny join, he a committee to consitler iln: expediency of petitioning lhe Lcgi-ilature fiw .uiilioiitv to cause sidewalks to he constructed in ...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

POLICE REPORT. Titian Srice, for bring a common lirnnkarti, "«■ lent le the House _f Correction for two n.onlh.. Deputy Marahal Jonea brought op Peter Strip, ■« finishing hia bottsr half, Fined jt3 and c_u, "'"I lo be committed IS llnmo of Correction until piid. Tils ..ma ollicer complained of Joieph Care""<tgli, n. a common drunkard. Sent lo llou.s of ''".rrciinn for 4 montlia. •'.'inn ffumel wa. charged with it.aling luniher fr "'n 1;,_,,, Rockw.ll. Discharged for want of Proof.

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

MARRIAGES. In this city, on the 21st inst. by Rev. Mr. Fletcher, Mr. William P. Dudley and Miss Martha J. Gunnison.

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