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

DEATHS. In this city, on Sunday morning last, Miss. Martha, relict of the late Capt. Andrew newwll, 72. In this city, on Wednesday, the 20th inst., Miss Hannah Mason, aged 80 years and 4 mouths. She was a daughter of Thaddeus Mason. Esq., Clerk of the Courts of Middlesex, who died in this town in the year 1802, in the 96th year of his age, a lineal descendant, in the third generalirui, from Capt. Hugh M iboii, one of the fust proprietors of Watertdwn. Her mother, Mrs. Ann Mason, who died also in 1802, aged 71, was n duugbter of Thomas and Haiuiah (Wuldo) Tiiyei weather, of Roslnu. und was the sister of Thomas Fayerweather, Esq., formerly of Cambridge, of the Rev. samuel Fayerweather, Rector oftbe Episcopal Church ut South Kingston, It. 1., mid of Mrs. Hannah winthrop, wife of Dr. John Winthrop, the second lloltis Professor of Mathematics anil Natural Philosophy in Harvard College. Of ibe 13 children of Thaildeus Mason, esq., (two only of whom left issue,) Miss Hannah Mason was the l...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

JIITIV I'KIK, Fr.YEfi.tl. IWDEHTAEEH, Sinn Sii.i i. ii, r. in nl liu'linivt't.rili.u'liiir.-li, Wnri] II mmii BBS—v_SB at Minn miih.. CSMR -IDI-F. Ml SO'll, ASSOCIATION. A MbBBIm rtf iiie km iiriniiitii, fttr nliturintl, uillla' llflil nl ih- V.'slrv ..( lln- Ui v. Mr. War.', t'hur.h, mi MOMI4V I'.VK.MMi BBBt, ai f ~Y1,,,k. A .'ill ami punt-In tl nlii-mlnn, c is rci|iit-i.|cil. 3ii THOMAS .1. KU'E, .sv.'y. THS HIJTCHINBON FAMILY, I>l-S|'KIT_'!..I.V pic notice to ihe nti.ens of t'itiiil»i..j,|airt ..... I ,i. iii'i., tli.it ih,., will en, n VOl Al. K\T. Ii I'U ..MI.NT ni ill,. .') IV || \ 1.1, ON SVIIISIIA. I.VI-.M.N.i, J ,v Erfltli, nlirre lllev Brill li.tve lite ~...,«,, (~ inc.cnt it -elerlitin ■■f ihcii Is-sl |ilr,,'s i.f iutt.il, ritntj,using j M |t.til tlie .t.11..tt i.i!!. via. : —" Wire wilh ,m re agBIS. kill.l I f, ifiiil. "_-■• The .11.1 11.null Hill"—.. He ,|,.,ih;ill Ihings ~ell"—"lii.. Hi i,1:..,,r Sigh*"—•• The Si t;„.,eer "—•• The 111..i,1 Orphan (nil's l.m ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

HILL k COMPANY, Is 11 D G tl 1 S T » , 8 lIARVAHD UUVV, CAMUUIDUK, WII.I, Imvo a I'tmaiant supplf of the most Pure and fresh Mnin in... Tlm pnhlic mny ttu\ nssured that all Presenpllous will Ih- fan-lullv mi, n.l. ,1 lo.ttay and uijlil, and pul up t,y one ihorouihly eil-Jcnti'd iv the tiusliinM, on the most approvrd priitelplef. now practiced In Boston. Attendance will tf louud at all hours, aud tiimdaya for necessary Medicine. 1 f ill A. ti. have leave lv refer to Mr. H. 1 vi.ilt A liny, Drugfist, Trcmonl slreei, Bnslou; and Dr. Wallur t.'liaiiniiig, . oli-ssor Harvard b'niversiiy. Cure Hoda and Kyrupa, Mineral Water, Kochclln and HcnlUU I'i.\mlli. . E*. tracts. I.-i lieiie Haskils, l.au« nud Uoxt-s, Kleel Pens, iVm I Pen If ainlles and Foldrrn, lit inline Maria _'. Ci'liiitut*. itay Itu in. Hair Oils, ttiaips, Tooth aud llsir H,'ashes, Hlinvum Hrushes nud liuxi-s, French, Hraw his, anil other Pencils, assorted, Tard fa*v* aud Vuititif Cards, i 'ilura and Clear CaasMi Wallets, Fanc...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

IL 11. & It. F. FULLER, Counsellors at Law, NO. 0 STATE STKKKT, HFNRY 11. POLLER, > UO _TftlV. UCHAKD F. I'ULLI-R, 5 DUQIUiX. 3m j 14. , 0. I'LAUGE, Teacher of Music, Brighton tioad, 3i_ Door from Franklin itreet, ■aaSSB-BBi- t'AMHHIDCKI'UKT. A. ST. Hat 08, . !. r - *'■ '„. t ii.i'!.ia.>C'aiiibrid,-iiorl 11888. Tll.l'BS, S MtStt ..'in. BBBlss, Boitun. drr 3 ~NEW B«3oKt_sol£r rs".llh BubaerHißf haa labsfl .lie ,i Main s.rcrt, noil ilm, lv ll,r llnnk, Chiiili, Mlu'iii aa inUiilils In krt-ri it |mnnil a.s'irlini'iit uf Ituuks, SIS' liniKiiy, l'lini) Good., &c., „c. <1 24 j;. B. GILL. ACCOUNT HOOKS I'OH THK NKW 1 KAR. A GOOD aaaartiaMl of Abbbsb, BfM-ka, Mbsimibii iluni llmik., ami |il-isi,|ih „i. liiug lv |iriivi,l,i tlit'liiaslfai. nail Nl'.W AOCOUN. ROOKS are invilr.l t<, call ~,,.1 888-BiSa lit'diie |iuri'liiisiiia. UL.-Mi BOOKS 88-da .'• orris a, sliurt nuii_. X. IS. _ ILL, il 24 M tin .Hi*nl, rifXl iliiur in tlm B...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

OK. S. f. SI_AK\S, BENJTIST, Corner mt l.arl .aid ll.w-.rd .re. 1., IIOBTON. I.n v urn i- 1-n,iilotjrt,n rlKhl lv Howard mm.t l«ll • S. A. HOI.MKS * ti__ Junction of Main Mr,,., ,T_rtrl. t. n and Hi i,Ar_n Road. i;i:m:hm, abmostment of WEST INDIA GOODS AND GROCERIES. in . STOVE ti I.KATHK. FAMILY STOII I S , Murdßck*. t'.r.rr, 1-lnin Sirr.-l, lIIMMIHUW.HI I ,- f .uu.l. Jt li vi t nl lv .11 HBBBSI llic Clty.al ahurl iiullrc. 11l 7 WOOD Jk HALL, -V'o.. 5 nnd II Hnrvnrd ltu„. . urubritl.,', (OpfMMllle lII,' Law Ht-lluitl.) Willi-unalnnlly keiiu aa ,u,kl nn.l gro.r.l an ..-ortmalltuf WEST INDtIAi GGQUS And SBOtaU-Hi sa call Le found in tills city ur in llimtou. ■ whieli they oil. r lo Un- i>ut.lu: on r. fisonaMe ti this. 'I /- Con.]-, ir. h wi. ..i in an> pari ol Ibe cily wilhoui citrs charge. Ai.fsbu Wood. (ol) Onuiv ll_.ii-. V.IIjLUM lIOVKV, Jr. R __ A L E S TA TE AG E AT, IMlk-i.-, >Uu, btrtil, WtuU _. * Jf 11 IIKMIV THAVKK. I) It V G GIS T AA' I) AP ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

WILLIAM C. DANIELS, Wholesale cy Retail Manufacturer and dealer in Paper Hangings, C-ssMpstde coiner ■•iMaiii and Mft-pt/ioe Oln-eU O stnbf blf e. poll. .Mii'it may uiv,iij» !,«(..uiul a goisl assort nu 111 ul Hooiti Papers, (___T Alio a Borders, IK_i General AssorlOreen Curtain Pa- s__T llieul P**r, of crockery and Carpel Pa|>er, tilassware. TraiMpareul Window rS/ At p»K~es lv fail Cuituiiis. MkT tbe usie of nil, AM) THE PC USE OF ALE. GENTLEMEN'S FUBKIfiHINQ STOIIK. WILLIAM KIMBALL, DRAPI-lt 4- TAILOR, Wa, 3. KM ROW, n*i»ri.l»res:»c:-fi _lly invite ihe .mention of ihe cilirrns .a Cawbrt-Cv* to bisltassßHQiaWl ol faiglish, Fmu-li, si.i 1-,-riosn rit.tliH- OssailOSves, _f*__s___S funi Veatilisi , winch lie will uiiiki' nil ii.U. lainiaQH. lv wider, iv IUS latsMl i*tvh s. anil . arrant Iht-iu to lit. Tl RMsimm; GOODS, i .-v.i, -Jaserfpfioo, Rich Heart's, I'r.iv.tls, I*. II Ad. ISt iOS >ii>-, Slnri', I .ill.tr*, HosOUis, lis,ill. s,r< lii'l-...

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POETRY. TRUE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

POETRY. TRUE LOVE. BY MARY HOWITT. There ure follows on thy brow, wife, Tby hair is thin und grey. Ami the light that once wan in thine AfO Iluih sorrow stolen awn v. I'hou v t no longer fail, wife, Tho rofle hath left tby click, And thy once linn uud graceful im'tii In wubteil now ami weak. Hut thy heart [a just H warm, wile, As when we liist 'ten. wed; Ad when iby merry eve was biighi, And thy smoulh elieck was red. Ah _ lhat is long ago, wife, We thought net then of care; We ihen were t-peudihi ifta ofonr joy— We now have none to _puie t Well, well dost thou i*emctnl>er, wife, The little child we laid, The three years* durliug-, fair ami pure, Hem _ilh llie yew tree's shade ; The worth from life was gone, wile, We said with Ibolish tongue, — Hut we 'ye hh'fcsed since then the Clittstener Who look the child so young. —There was John, thy boast ami pii.le, wile, Who lived tv ojflphood. S priflfl. — Would Ood I could have dietl for him Who died before his time I —There is...

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MISCELLANY. SKETCHES OF ITALY. [From the Italian Sketch Book.] ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

MISCELLANY. SKETCHES OF ITALY. [From the Italian Sketch Book.] ROME. con ci, urF.n. I " BO«s thi** is Rome, That sat upon ber seven bills, ami, from ber ibrone Uf beauty, ruled the win Id ! Vet these are Romans. Why, in lhat e1.1.r day, 10 I _• ■ Roman j Was gffs-sstf than a king ." But yet onnther retrospection, inducing deeper eniotions, occupies ttie mine, and throws over the i scene a higher interest. What an amount of human suffering hive these dark walls witnessed ! Could they but speak, what a tale of horror would be unfolded ! How often b is man, in all bis say- j age or his cultivated dignity , been abandoned in ' , ibis wide area to the beset* of the forest—more j solitary when surrounded by his tinpilying kind, , lhan when alone with the lordly brute, in his dcs- ; crt domain ! How DtOCfa of limn in blood has this damp earlh drunk, and bow oflen upon its cliimmy surface baa thi* human form bOOfl stretched in agony or death! iNor UU litis ibe theatre nf efibrt and wo only ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

N r. W LIN _. • _PH _C IMBBI ,>'.:<" _ BRI-M-lEP<Jj_Ti -i A:',' l',:>S"l)S o._? I."''. N, will at-iil Iriini Caraßridfe I lit'li'i- and 1 |ii' 1-' iy mi', tr, in i I- furt- 7 nVliii'l.. _ M., In I ' iiiiii lii - loi'!.. f'. M..mill linn, I- .'IU- ' lit- a:r,,'i,n,...iiiii, I i.nf.i-1-nml I ii. i,--.-ri li—ir trim 1 i,r--forr-M,,,. ».- tti I' . I'"" 'i ii i-lima, f*. .'i.i iilini nn iimiiulhi. ill HI. .11111 l 1,111 lit II ,1 til. it. V A R X I. I'rtilll 01.l I'aiiiliriil.i.' In llii-li.n . tii'l ,'•-lor (188 '• '■ " i' .-ins.'.-Ilir.' lli ion | (ii _sta -011 From Caililiriiirrpiir. to llo.loi. Icn li. tt-laftS IBQ •' .in.l.'fn,.- 1.1 ml Tlln.M ' . SI-HARM.-'. e .mhkiix.i. v.N_) ..tin.it. >. .._'o_:' (MUD J,.:.... . |tiii r-.'iii.ii.ir;,', ,ti.i.i r..-.ton OtnaitrSßei S sl-rl 'Mini ':,,,,:liri,._.- al tivtry In lir.l l] 1,:.,! |m-l OVBII honr.ii-.il ..II i,iHl ' o'.'iiirk. A. M. lo baff |i i<t 7 n'ri-rk. P.M.—SB- limn ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

HOLMAN'S Nature's Grand Restorative. TIHI* Vegetable Metliclne stands unrivalled lor the foj lowing Complaint*, vis. 1 DYVtft-lA 09 inwueotion. mokamud liver, JAUNDICE. BILLIOUH CIIOLIC, (JOHTIVENEHS, LOttOV Art'ETITE.ABTIIMA.UIIaLIOIIBmsOBDEUH. WOHMB.NKRVOIIB COM PLAINTS, PAIN IN TIIEHIDE.HLEEDINt.AT THE StTOM\CII,COI,I)riA_.Ut;(HIOHI_OF I.OMi-TANMNU.HOAHSKNKtB. HIIOHTNKHK OF lIHKATH, rife-A HICKNI-.HH, A.C., Ac. J. B MOI.MAN. Proprietor, Nu. 70 < or-iltill, Moslsa A. Ui:iU. Aiciit lor Csmt ridi!., At the Olftce of the Cambridge Chrontcle. Tltis" Medicine laof-OifOflOklfi cheerinr nndiuvignrnliiiff nature, mid i* never known tn weaken llie patient 1 whereas it is well know n 111 _ny oilier I'nth nr tics liuvc directly an flfl piiHite tundeiiey. It tins a motif powerful hilltieiice, exceed ed liy nn oilier medicine, 111 rmnovinii NEltVOt'S COM I'LAINTrt. It is plcistiut tv Hike, ninl in its opernlion so much so, that il may be administered to tlie tender infant wilh mOt't...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 28 January 1847

CLOTHING. AT PBICKS BSYONU AIL COSFKTITIOK. FOR THIRTY DAYS. One of .lie DUST MANt/FACTUHEU STOCIS of KKAI- Y-MAUe CLOTHING, Will be offered lor aale v tlie .'0««t« uf IL UU Iti BoY in .TEXAT. CAMIOtV tl C'UMI'AMV, AT THE ORIGINAL COST, I'OR TJUKTY DAYS. o___S__f ""ITS". _> .» ile.eriiitl.iii ol HEADY MAUI. _!__. ?_i 4_-u_". _-f I'STBSTi mow ASHHOVKi I..Mr___ ii. h "" <l " n . 'Mialve and rlrh n.aortiiieiil „f ft. _rv B___l_ '.1,"',"" 11 „ 0 .« Milled Sun.iv. (.1u11,., ir I'luiL l. _~_ _','i"." n '' c "'" 1 '- 8 """- '"•"iili.nl Drown I lullia I r tin Ai,. Kin, iriiiiiiii,,,, ,„ „,» t ,.|, HiUit-rlliie . renrh, <;,-, niili and En. li.li ii k o a i) e i, v r 11 s, iiitntile lur Dreai ninl Funk Cnala. \V i-ari- loiuianily rrrrivlin, „ rhnli-e .election nf(i„iH MixuU'an,,) end I'laln '1 WliEllß, lor .)„ r, o.l."s„. _.„,!_ taeruiAll unit French OOKSKIXN AM) (ASS|MKIU:i, of every style, iliii! aullnblt'f.ir lhe present season. Velvet, Ciubmere, Hallns mid...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 February 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1847. NUMBER 40. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 4, 1847.

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SELECTED. THE THREE SLEIGH RIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 February 1847

SELECTED. THE THREE SLEIGH RIDES. "The best laid -i-rlirrn-ri-. o* mice an' men Gang aft agley."—llu hns. The past winter flitted by, in our regions, -without a single old-fashioned snow-storm ! Have and except one furtnnate party which, on the mild and moon-lit evening when the November of 1941 bade us farewell in iv cairn but splendid beauty, snatched the only opportunity of the season to take the only recorded sleigh-ride, none can look back opon this crowning enjoyment of a New England winter.— •* Thu raore's the pity.*' sigh a few of our conservative friends; whtlethe great teetotal reform, with its brow contracted and ita hands upraised ut the fearful visions ofthe accustomed mugs of flip and noggins of mulled wine of by-gone years, seen io all thia the hind of Providence, and rejoices as in duly bound. We may, however, turn back to " a tale ofthe timea of old," and if our fair readers will acknowledge yeara enough to remember those when in winter the snow covered the face of ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 February 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 the 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 ofthe city wishing to subscribe or advertise, will please call on him. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisements not exceed ing 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 discou...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 February 1847

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Thk New Tract llovaßjH N*w Yoiik.The Chriitian Intelligencer publishes v long and intereating account uf this establishment, which has Ntely baen built itnd furuishad with ever) modem conveniouce and improvement for the comfortable and economical transaction of the extended bunineaa conducted on t\\t promisee. The building in of fiva aloriea» and ia occupied hy the American Board of Foreign Missions, the American Home Missionary Society aad the New York Tract Society. That building haa neither grates, tire places, nor stoves, but is heated throughout by steam pipes, or air heated by a team. The reitr wing, Grneral Depository, Bindery and Printing Ollice, receive their heat mainly front the engine, from which the exhausted steam ppann'mlni *team chamber, tilled with email luhex, through which the external air is driven by a blower, and conducted to the seveml apartment* The store**, otHces, &c, are all heated on the plan of Walworth & Nns...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 February 1847

The Board or Ovkrseehs or Harvard University met at the Senate Chamber yesterday afternoon. Governor Briggs presiding. After a prayer by Rev. Dr. Young, Dr. Pierce, the Secretary, announced that a vacancy existed in the clerical delegation, by the death of Rev. John Brazier, D. D., of Salem, to l>e tilled at the next mautiug. and that the nomination list was now open. The reports of the visiting and examining committees, and of this Treasurer and Librarian of the Institution, were then read, accepted and referred to the corporation. All the committees of laat year uuule their reports, except thosu upon in it h mil tics and the observatory, and President EvereH ohserved that the failure on the part of the latter was probably owing to the dine** of its dis ttnguiatied chairmen, John Uuim-y Adams. It was nut known why thu committee upon mathematics had'not made its usual report. 'I'hu reports were gfitrerally very satisfactory. The lihrary had hrrgely increased dnring the In...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 February 1847

SUMMARY. Iron in Hkk ksiiih k.—A eomptny has recently heen organized in North Adams, for tho manufacture of cast iron, several ore beds having been' opened ut that villa-re, and a futnace eroded. We It-mud from one of the company, that ihe first trial ofthe strength and fluulilj of the ore wus such us to be highly gratifying to those who have enguged in it. The prospect is that the furnace will prove v profitable nnd safe investment. Several beds of ore have also iuceiit!y been opened in ihe town of Lunushoro', nnd we learn ihnt last week a gentleman of properly made a purchase of several beds, and his determined tn erect a furmico in that town. Ore can he found in Lane-thorn' in greHt abundance, and we doubt not should the market for iron hold firm, other furnaces, nt other places where ore may he found, will be erected. Berkshire will soon he more noted for her productions in iron than ahe has heretofore been for her murLle. A few d.iys since, (says n Philadelphia paper) a fashion...

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