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

NE W LINK. TnKrAMBIiIDUK.eAiVIIIKIDKKI-ORT, AJfD BO.STO> OMNIBUS, will «i«n („.,,, Ciuiil.rmse I Its-lore ni.ii I liani every hour, It-tun 1 In-fore " oYli.i',,.\. M, tot I «liin -.iVli-ik, I. M.. nml Ii sun I■> Untile nii-c.-t. HiMli-ii, 1 in-furc nml I n i.l .vet* lunir Iron* j l,tloreh., A. M. lo ; lu-lore a aetata, V. ,M.; also an llmuibu. ni al ti ulul out ul i o'clock. ¥ i n ■ s. From Old Canihrtdie in Bo.tun 1 tiekstafbr • 1 N *' " " staatßltfa is " •• " " rortj ii.-l.ci. suj Front Cstii'iriilreiioit to Huston ten iirat-t.l'iir I on •' •' " antsiel.ir,' IL'" jn 1 TllflMin HTF.Att.M*. CAMBRIDGE AMI I I >lBKII)(.KI'ORT old URB r*B*IIII* ' *nlulu iii,c. Csnitiriileennrt I lion tun Oiiiiiiliin>ea 1 Man from CniiitTlilse sit esors lunir nml Null im.l i sri > liiiur, M'lilu palrasatfl oYlni-k, A.M.lu tout nasi 7 oYlick, I', p.—sad truin lli-iihr sln-et. linstiui, .VsW| lioiir .ml hnlf-Ila.levt-ri hiiur, truin half la.l 7o'cl&am...

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

WILLIAM a DANIELS, Wholesale fr Jtetail Manufacturer and dealer in Paper HangingsChaaisslil. eoriier ul'Mala ami .**ii*si"iu« tints*, .'aaiblslll.lisirl. Wtimiuia, alw.-asinluuuil a sus-sl waurluual uf Kuom I'uper., Csgr Abu > Borders, *MJM Graural Assorltsreen Curtain IV S» uistil per, s.f s-rotkery Hllil Carpal Purser, __"1 Ulaaswutu. Tiuiispur.ul Window t&W Al pi ices lo suit Curiums. \ir «* uiate Mull, ANI) THE PURSE OF ALL. GENILgMBN'a |!DBNH_aWLI sTOKh*. WILLIAM KIMBALL, DRAPER ty JAILOR, Ha, 8. HAR YARD ROW, WOULD ri'.liedfiillv tnvile the .Itenthm ill' the elttf-lM iil't.'tsiuliri(l*e, tv his isaaitrliimiit ul' t*u,llali. Fri-iu-li, 2,11,1 Herman Cliutl.. t'saaltnerea, Dus-.km. .nil V.alllilH. svhicli lis' is ill ni'iki' ti|i lulu larinenl., to urdi-r, lv llie In is m .tilt--., ami ism rstil litem to lit. I IKMriHIM; i;iKlllrtul si vi-.iy ili-scrlinii.il, Uii'li ScnrU, Cnivsi*. -Vlt'Ailjn.liu* ilu.. tSliirtH, Cullurs, lliwimia, Him,l. krrilusl*, Siisu-...

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

CIiOTHINO. AT FHIOtS BEYOND ALL COMrETITION (■OH TIIIRTr BAYS. On. of Hi. BEST MANUFAOTURBU STOCKS at RKAUV-MAUB CLUTHIIfU, Will be offered lor ..I. at ta. cousin or nt.* no Hisfoiia itsixti - CAtißovv iJ'tS-oMPAirr, AT THE ORIGINAL COST, FOR THIRTY D'.YB. 'ntlastoek csunariaea every ilaarrintlon of BEADY MAtir OARMKN'I-Jiniad.i In Ih, IW.IT.ad _tMjH>P_gVEI> aisles, and WARRANTEO eslual Ul CIJSTOaf VVOBK Weliave nn hsiul «a eileu.lv. auil rich usortusaul uf Pilot Ctsilhs, B«.vers, .nil DouMe Milliv or evety ile.lratile .hade aud eulnr. bum, beailllful Hiss, ■JlolnalUrftoclia, wilh triiiimliua to match, "wo ejuisertiue l-'rens-h, lit i insit and EniU.li BROADCLOTHS, ultable for Dress anil Proc. ('oats. We are conataiitly leurivlus, a s-hiih'. ..lection of Cold Hiked Fsiicv and Pl.lit TWEE US. lor Overcoat., gacl. aud l-rin-ks. - German nud Preach lIOKSKINS AND CISHIMERM, of ever* style, anil allltslile f. r llie urssoul seaaou. Velvet, ruatimere, Hailns and v km...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1847. NUMBER 41. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 11, 1847.

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SELECTED. [From the Oliver Branch.] SQUIRE STARKS AT HOME,-OR- THE YEOMAN OF KENNEBEC. CHAPTER II. THE FARMER IN BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

SELECTED. [From the Oliver Branch.] SQUIRE STARKS AT HOME,-OR- THE YEOMAN OF KENNEBEC. CHAPTER II. THE FARMER IN BOSTON. BY J. H. INGRAHAM. "If there is a man who can ceat his bread in peace with God and man. it is the man who has brought that bread out of the earth. It is cankered by no fraud, it is wet by no tears, it is siained by no blood." "Squire Starks!" "Well, Margery," responded the stout, redfaced gentleman thus denominated, as he took his double chin daintily between big thumb and forefinger, and then skilfully drew a broad razor over the well lathered surface with the air of aan independent voter who can shave himself and no thanks to a barber. "Squire, I've been a thinkin'," responded Mrs. Stark-., a little, short, fut, dumpy hody, with gray, nod natured eye!*, with a smite in each corner, n poodle nose just the least hit turrit il up, or, M the French say, reft QUftftJ ; I really hainrsoine pair of ro*\ lip-, though Mistress Margery wol j patt lor foi,\ second )*?«•", ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

F.mlrnvnr to he in rwililj whet y«a with to be thought. Ilvpocrii'r saaj for a while deceive the world, Imt sooner or Inter it will be detected, and I nil at ihe In puerile «> odium to man •• be it to <,'i»l.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, At the corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over thetu store of Joseph A. Holmes & Co. Cambridgeport.t. TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for six months. Single copies, four cents. May he 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 tliu 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 uadvertise, will plaane call on him. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisments 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 Iliberal ...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Sandwich Island N/.wa —The l\ 8. ship i Columbus, Com. Diddle, umbered off llonolubi, j Sept. d, from China, Ma Japan, 43 days fiotn Jed- i do, which place Com. Diddle visited, with the design of opening intercourse with the Pmperur af Jupan, by forwarding him n letter from the governinont af tho United .Slates. Tho Pol\nesiaii *;iys : " Tha cominuni'-alion was forward .'d lo the Kmfieror, explaining tho objects of ihe visit—to which ic replied, thai he had heard of the United BUtee, thai they were a great and tieurtshiait nation, and that be hoped they would continue to be prosperous; but dec'inod any closer relation wiih them. The only foreign trade lhat would be obtained was with tho Dutch and Chinese. Ho begged the ship would supply herself with what she wanted speedily, up anchor, be off, and never return. landing was disallowed, but the ship was supplied with such as tho coanfry afforded- wood, wafer, pot IIry, egg.*, and vegetables—for whi h neither pay ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

Tn ■ |«l V*■•**•*■ Pi. an* r. — It spaanra by - lain di-eorene* that ibis plan, t is eoatiaaaltj Bp-| punching ihe enrth. \Micn tbsi discovered, it I wis with difficulty seen with the most powerful telescope; hut it i# now nearly vwhle to Ihe naked eye. It i» **id to travel al the rati- uf a million ami ■ half of miles m uvent\ four Iiooih. nad as n M b« he.etl by antne to pailal.e ol' ihe nature of a comet, soma phitoeophefiapprehend serious reauita from |U approach. 'Ihe llm-l lent nrrf 'puife-hois ,„ fcrnlnnn imJ Pranc* are .imn.uslv MOanrtttg lo ; aotvv too njatahaaa probhjm. i I A MaxeXM or tub Uckp.—Our reudeis know that iu tome purU of ihe ocean there are enormous sea animals, called Sepia, which uru a Kind of polypi. Tiny have very long legs, and ' ate said sometimes to seize upon the coral divers along the coust of Italy. 4t While upon the Bourn Island*, searching for efcana oa ua iaahi. which hud {art buen leii by the receding tide, I was much astonished at seeing at in) f...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

SUMMARY. The town inevliug al Charleslown ye*tcrdny voted thai the town treasurer bo directed to pay over to n committee appointed by the rneeliug, ihe sum of §1600 from the toWl treasury, and in t»s*j iheie is no munev in the treasury, ho i* authorized nnd directed to borrow the Mine forthwith. Ibis money i* lo bo appropriated to the tilting out ol (apt. llarker'sCompdiiy of Volunteer*, which was enh.led iu that town The meeting wae called by a Justice of the Peace, the Selectmen having refused lu proceed in the mailer, and it is said that tho town treasurer doe* not consider the proceed iuga suilit itmily legal fur him lo pay over the money. Boston TravtiUr of Saturday. A petition was presented to the Supreme Court on Monday morning, for e writ of prohibition to r«•oiain the town treasurer of the town of Chaileslown from paying out of the treasury 81500, to provide clothing and other uccessariee for (he company of volunteers raised in that town.— Jvutnul. \ The number of transport...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

Fires.—About 8 o'clock on Monday evening,a fire was discovered in an unoccupied dwellinghousn on Washington street, in this city, but it Vrtl noon extinguished without doing much damage. It belonged lo a Mr. Itogers, of Itoston. On Tuesday night, about 11 o'clock, a fire was discovered in s wooden building adjoining ihe rear of the easterly part rf the old brick block, on the southerly side of Main street, in this city. The in- ; teiior of iho building, with the windows and roof of iho easterly half, were principally destroyed.— Mr. James Rogers, shoo-makcr, occupied the westerly tenement next Thomas Work's Literary Depot. His loss, though small, is large for n poor ' mechanic. Next to Mr. Rogers, easterly, was tho furniture and variety ware-rooms, and in tho rear ihe eloro ami repairing shop of Mr. Mounlforl, in ! the hitler of winch it is supposed the fire originnted. \ Mr. M.'s stock in trade was insured, it is hoped, \ for sufficient to cover his loss in that department; j I bui...

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MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. Except the ordinary routine of business, there is little to icniarli upon in the proceedings of the Legitdalute. Certain resolutions introduced by Mr. Bird of VVutpole, relating to the organization of the volunteer companies and regiment, questioning the legality of the Governor's proceedings,find requesting him to annul ihe commissions of the officers snd disband the companies, were, after a brief discussion, rejected,— ten members voting in their favor. On Tuesday, the two Houses, in convention, ; made choice of F.dmuiid Dwight of Springfield und Abraham IL llowland of New Hed ford, for Directors of iho Western Railroad, on thu part of the i Commonwealth. Llkction or Senator.—On Wednesday, the House proceeded to ballot for a Senator to Congress. The result was as follows : Whole number was. 221 Necessary to n choice 11l John I>avU had 124 11. W. Bishop 40 Ooorge N. Biiggs 20 Charles Hudson 12 (ieorgo Asbmuu S Joshua Leaviii 7 Stephen C. Philli...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

I Annexation of HbxICAM Til « iron y.— Mr. Iteverdy Johnson, in ihe eourae of his speech in the Senate ou the bill appropriating three millions of dollars, foi the use of the President in purchasing peace, made some remark!* which must hesluriling lo his snulhern friends, and must cause aome of them, it is lo he hop. d, lo lake counsel of their reason instead of their passions. '* If the President, '* be said, "'had told us, on the 13th of May, when he proposed v«.ar, that hia olject was to get leniiory, ihe war hilt would nol have pa Sited. Every one (mint know that the acquisition of any j territory would raise a question «vhnli would shako ; this l'nion lo it. centre. Tin- Senator from New York to-day presented here the rvsidutionaof die Legislative body id' that gn at Sl.ile, whose voice io this matter would be potential, instructing il* Senutorri to resist the extension of si .ivory into ail) new territory. Pennsylvania It nl paused similar resolutions ; and one branch of the L...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. Monday, Feb. B.—ln meeting of ths Msyor mid Aldermen— Orders of Notice on the petitions of John P. Monks and Mose» Warren, to ths Gsneral Court, having been read, it was Ordered, That the Representatives of this city in the Cencrul Conrt, he requested to appear before such committee us may huve the subject of said petitions under consideration, and represent the interests of the city, and oppose the granting of ihe prayer of said petitioners, if in their opinion, the interests of the city require it. Sent down for concurrence. Came up concurred. The Assessors submitted their Annuul Report ( together with the original records of that Board,) which was lead, accepted, und sent down for concurrence. Came up concurred. Tho Committee lo whom was referred ths propriety of lighting certain streets in ths city, iubmitted a report declaring it inexpedient to take any action on lhat subject at present. Accepted, and sent down. Came up concurred. The Committee o...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

POLICE REPORT. The City Marshal complained of Christy Catdtrell, for a breach of the ICth section of ihe Street Ordinance, relating to fire arms. Fined $1 and coata. Deputy Marshal Jone* arrested Tho man J\'uland, for breaking and entering Ihe store of H. Sawiell, on the night of Oct. 12th last. Bound over to C. C. Pleas in the sum of §300.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

Camhriui.k Total. Abstinence Society.—There was an overflowing house last Monday evening, in this Society '« new place of meeting, Franklin Hall, to hear Mr. J. C. Cluck on ihe subject of loin! abstinence, nnd he handled the subject iu n masterly and convincing manner, showing h\ his arguments that the efl'ccl.s of intemperance are dreadful and hlighling in this mid the aid caontTtrS, The facetious manner in which ho delivers his sentiments, elicited fiom the audience derided and continual applause. It is announced lhat there will he another meeting of the Society, tomorrow evening, when Mr. Cluer wilt .ig.iin address them, ■ad during the evening will analy/.o some kinds ofl drinks, said to be harmless, and show the audience j the amount of Alcohol contained in each. The j Lecture wilt, no doubt, be an inter.>ting one, and j do a great amount of good iu convincing many of our citizens of the benefit* thai would result by abstaining from all intoxicating dunk*. It is mill ...

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HARVARD UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

HARVARD UNIVERSITY. An sdjourned meeting of the Hoard of Overseers of Harvard University was hsld in ths Senate Chamber on Weduesday, Fab. S, st 12, M., ilis Eicellency Gov. Brigga in the chair. U- Governor Road submitted the report of ths committee upon the election of professors of ihe Law School, approving of the nomination! of Simon Greenlesf as Dana Professor, and William Kent aa Royal Professor. These nominations were then unanimously confirmed by tbe Overseers by ballot. The nominations by the cuuoration of Jusiah 11. Hartwell, as a tutor in Lam, and Francis J. Child, as tutor in Mathematics, were also confirmed by ballot. The nomination by the corporation, of Ebsu Norton Foster as " Kumfurd Professor, and Lecturer on Scientific Subjects," in place of Professor Treadwetl, resigned, was announced, and referred to tho next meeting. The President pf the University preaenled tbe doings of the corporation in relation to the alterations made iv the statutes of the Law School, which...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 February 1847

MARRIAGES. In Rutland, Jan. 14. by Rev. Mr. Cady, Mr. Rufus Eastbrook, of Cambridgeport, to Miss Eliza Muzzy, of Rutland.

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