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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

An e< no iw. — Mr. Webster, (a Washington correspondent •♦lutes,) while arguing a case, la»t : week in the' Supreme Court, hi Washington, had ' occ.ixien lo refer to 4 * Dane's Abridgement,'* a : book somewhat known to the profession. " What pa if e and volume of Utile's Abridgement did you mention?" asked an honorable member of the Court. " Dane I s. id, may it please the Court, not Dule. I know not Vale. Dane, * ihe Royal Dune,' I mentioned." Mr. Dane w;<s Royal I'rofesaor of Law al Cambridge. *'One Nathan Dane," somewh I eon,incinerated in a certuin reply lo a lipeerh of Mr. HuVne's on *' I (Mite's Kevolutions." '1 he honorable member of (he Court residing south of Muoou and Dixon's line, had probably notcr heard of Dune vr bis Abridgement. Major Downing** Vikwios Fighting. Mere is what ihe celebrated .Major Jiick Downing t.aid several yeurs ago on ihe subject of fighting. True us pieaehiiig, isn't it? *' In the matter of lighting, there is one thing I bJojt...

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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

ITEMS. A pcntlemnn bad his rtocketpicked nt the Lowell Insliiute on Eriday evening, of jfJUO. Hon. Abbot Lawrence has given $1000 lo the I,owell Mechanic Ansociuliun, for ihe purchase of books, &c. The Slnle Prison nt Auburn earned last year, over and above its expenses, f 10,128 (iO. The last remains of slnvprv in Pennsylvania hnve been consigned to a political grave, by the passage of an ncl similar lo that of this Slate, prohibiting aid for the return of fugitives. Patterson, N\ J., sent f*575 by the last steamer to I'alher ."Mallow, to distribute among the 9utiering poor iv Ireland. 'I hp price of fire wood al Siiltillo ranges from $3fi lo to* per .ord. ! The Hon, John liuiney Adams anived in Philadelphia, on his way lo Washington, on Eriday last. The "old man eloquent" seems detprmincd to have one more look al his " old arm chair," in the Capitol. Tho last arrival from England brought intelligence of the death of Cen. Hunter, the hist survit ing fJafsOM of ihe Biili...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

The news by the last ■ learner confirms the reports which we hod previously received of the famine in Ireland. It hud boon thought uy many ■ that they wero mere fabrications—or at least greatly exaggerated uccouols circulated by speculators fur selfish motives. But alas ! all must now be convinced of their truth. How awful tho thought thut there are at the present moment hundreds and thousands of our fellow beings, who ore not only deprived of many of the comforts of life, but are even in a statu of actual starvation? No one that given the subject merely v passing thought, cuu subdue ihu feelings of sympathy which spontaneously arise in his bosom. Wo who live in favored New England may be poor, indeed, but we cun have no fear of suffering to any grout extent for food. We art: surrounded by plenty. Thorn may be individual cases of suffering-—but the watchful eye of benuvulence soon discovers theiu and their wants tire at once relieved. But in Ireland whole communities aio in this dep...

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SPECULATION IN BREAD-STUFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

SPECULATION IN BREAD-STUFFS. The failure of the harvest crops in Europe lias opened a market for our suiptus produce, which \n uf incalculable benefit to this country. Probably our agriculturists were never better rewarded for their labor than during the last season. The earth yielded abundantly of her store, and enabled them to till to overflowing their barns nnd granaries. In ordinary limes the value of grain would have been low, owing to the vast quantities raised. Rut on account of the state of things in Kurnpe—owing lo the vast amount for which ihey are calling upon vs —their almost entire dependence upon us, heavyprices have been sustained. It is interesting lo observe with what intense anxiety certain men watch fur the news from Europe, Well may it be so, for they have much at stake. They have made heavy purchases in Hour. If the prices have advanced, their fortune is made. If tbe re verse,l hey are ruined. We hour of firms who made £75,000 or 9100,000 on the stock which they...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

Hioi.i.s miom the Strand or the Ska or Genius. By Harriet Furlty. lloston : James Munroe & Co. This pleasing volume contains a variety of short esiays, grave, humorous, and imaginative, that give a very favorable impression of the contemphtive, social, and intellectual character of the author. A large part of them appeared fust in tho Lowell Offering, a periodical miscellany tilled with originul contributions from the female operatives, which attracted much attention, and received the commendation that was due to the authors for tbe novelty and succeas of tho undertaking. Miss r'raley was a principal contributor, und the editor of this journal. Among the poetical pieces, various in kind and in merit, the following deserves notice for its simplicity and its natural expression of feeling. THE LAME CHILD TO HER MOTHER. Mother, what makes you look ao sad 1 a tear i» in your eye. Your breast with sighs doth often heave, mutlier.ubnt makes you cry 1 Is it for me, your crippled...

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DOINGS AT WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

DOINGS AT WASHINGTON. Tbe bill for fuming tern regiments of regular troops, winch, when we last spoke of it was still pending, and waiting tbe reault upon the report of the committee of conference in relation to the mode of appointing tbe officers, has been enacted, and the appointments are to be made by the President, subject, in respect to tbe general officers, to the npprovul of tbe Senate. Amidst tbe discussions on measures relating to the war, there arises occasionally, as a small offset to its wasteful expenditures, a searching process for a more frugal use of money in other mailers. — One of these is the untold number of tec ret inspec' tors belonging to the custom-houses. Mr. Rathbun, in the House of Representatives, accused the Secretary of the Treasury of neglect of duty, in withholding tbe information called for upon this subject, and aimed, without success, to bring it op as a privileged question. Mr. Ruthbunsaid, that a subordinate officer of the government, the Secreta...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. Monday Feb. 15.—At meeting of Mayor and Aldermen— A warrant was drawn for the meeting of the citizens, iii their several Winds, for the election of City nnd Ward Olfieers for the ensuing year, on Monday, the first day of March. Ordered, That ihe polls be opened at half past eleven, A, M. nnd closed nt 6* oclock, P. |f. Ordered, That this Hoard hold a session on Saturday, lhe27th iint. from four lo eight oclWk, I*. If, and on tho day of election, from half pust nine lo half past ten oclock, A. M. lo receive evidence of the quntiticiTimn of persona claiming n right to vote, unit lo ret He the lists of voters. Tho City Clerk submitted • statement concerning tho finances of ihe city, which was referred lo the Committee on Finance. A petition of Isaac Davis and 34 others was presented, lhat additional compensation may bo granted to the members of the fire department. A bill iv favor of the estate of Andrew Reid wus presented nnd rcfeircd. Ordered, That Sol...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

Massachusetts Legislature.—This body hns been engaged during the past week almost exclusively on business of a privaio nature. Their doings would not be of sufficient interest to our renders, to justify us in publishing them. Tho several committees arc busily engaged and will probably soon be ready to report. Total Abstinence.—Sinre our Inst, there have been two meetings of the Cambridge Benevolent Total Abstinence Society; and on both occasions, Mr. Cluei, the successful Lecturer, gratified large audiences by completely analyzing various kinds of liquors, ale, temperance bitter", &c., separating the quantity of alcohol contained in each, by a chemical apparatus, which excited the Applause of a delighted assemblage. Want of room obliges us to forego the pleasure of noticing these lectures more at length, but it is hoped Mr. Cluer will bo again induced to deliver his instructive and entertaining discourses for the public good. — — We learn lhat Miss Rosaliarcia, givesn Co...

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WHIG NOMINATIONS—CITY OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

WHIG NOMINATIONS—CITY OFFICERS. I «*/ ( .yor—JAMES I). GREEN. 1 Aldermen —Samuel Hutchelder, Win, Saunders, Charles Wood, Win. Fish, Joseph S. Hastings, Abraham P. Sherman. School Committee —John A. Albro, Geo. Livermore, (3 vacancies in Ward 2,) John ti. Ladd, W. It. G. Mellen. Overseers of the Poor —Charles X. Melcalf, Joseph G. Coolidge, (two vacancies in Wurd 2.) George W. F.field, William A. Hall. Assessors —Jonaa Wyelh, 2d, (sue vacancy in Ward 2.) Ira Wadsworlh. Tbe vacancies are to be filled by the meeting of Ward 2, on Friday evening. WARD I. Warden —Stephen T. Farwell. Clerk —Francis W. Buckingham. Inspectors —Jonas Wyelh, 2d, W. A. Saunders, Albert S. Phelps. Ctmmon Council —Stephen T. Farwell, A. 11. Ramsay, Win. L. Whitney, Joaiuh Coolidge, Win. Ilunnrwell. WARD 111. Warden —Abraham P. Sherman. Clerk— Franklin Hull. Inspectors —Jonathan Wheeler, Wm. Wytnan, lloralio N. Hnvey. Common Council —Anson Hooker, George W. Fifield, Lewis Hull, Flij th Spare, Jr., Francis' Drape...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

SUMMARY. From the Sfat ok War.—The army cor-! respondent of the New Orleans FiciiVutift corrects nn error that crept into the newspapers, touching tho alarm that occurred some week* ago ut Sfillillo. I Humor had it thnt (.en. Worth was retreating on ' Moult rev. Thi* the (jienornl never thought of do- ! ing. He heard, from the most reliable source, ' thnt Santa Anna cnntcinp'ated a rnpid movement I against Saltilln, with nmnc 20,000 men, and sent a ' messenger to (ienenil Wool. whose commund was j nt Parii*, about urn* hundred miles (Uhlan!, informing him ol nn expected attack, nnd prepared in ( the mean lime to give ilie enemy n warm reccp- i tion, li.nl tint ihe rapid march of (ien. Wool to Sal- j tillo induced Simla Anna to abandon ihe attempt, i if he evei contemplated it, which is very doubtful. '

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

From Mat anz as.—Advices from Matnnzns state thnt several Mexican vessels hnd arrived at, Cuba fiom, and cleared for .Mexican ports —not- 1 withstanding the blockade. Tho Washington l.'nion says— 4 ' The boundary, or indemnity line, which .Mr. Calhoun propone* as the proper one, is certainly recommended liy strong ctmnidcralions. Fspecinllv is this the ruse, if, an we siippo.se, he intends it lo extend fiom the Kio (irande due West to the head of the tiuifof California, nnd thence down thut (iulf, so ns to include in our acquisition the peninsula of Lower Criliforiiin. "1 be maritime advantage* which would he secured to un by the pons t**s ion of iliin biirren, nnd, in other reaped*, coinpar.itively valueless penii- '. sulo, arc of iho highest importance." j ( _ I Assistance roR the Volunteers. — Nearly J? 1000 was raised in a short lime yesterday by the enterprising benevolence of two gentlemen of this city, to relieve the deatiiutu condition of. Company A, volunteers. The subscrip...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

MARRIAGES. In this city, 10th inst. by Rev. Thomas Whittemore, Mr. George P. Gifford to Miss Eliza Ann, daughter of the officiating clergyman, all of C. In Boston, Mr. Sewell Hatch to Miss Sarah Forsmith, both of Cambridge. In Washington, 10th inst. Francis Srhroeder to Caroline Seaton, daughter of W. W. Seaton, Esq. Mayor of the city.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

DEATHS. In this city, 11th inst. Mr. Francis Holmes, 30. In Walpole, N. H. on Friday last, Dr. Geo. Sparhawk, 90, a graduate of Harvard University in the Class of 1777. In Boston, 12th last, Mrs. Mary Willis, wife of Benjamin Willis, Esq. 76, The deceased was a daughter of Dr. William McKinstry, who died on twmrd ilie F.tiiihtth Heel in lloaion iMaTOOT in 1778, and of Priscilla Leonard, daughtert of Rev. Nathl. Leonard of Plymouth. She was born at Taunton, Mass. in Aiifiisl, 1770, and has left a hi.truiit.l, raiih Mc-m she lived over Mi \ears, and five, children, who will never 00001 I" cherish her uiein<>rv. In Dunstable 4th inst. Wm. French, Esq. 94 yrs 6 runs. He omsj n soldier ~f ibe rrvohiliou, and was at lb* battle of Hunker Hill. [ In Newark, N. J. 11th inst. at the Almshouse, Robert Caldwell, 102 yrs 6 mos. He emigrated from Ireland in 1790.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

I Of*-C..«au.licATloas for llw Chry.lal Fount I | Uli.m.ll, he, 2, .1.0u1.l U a.lilre.sctl luMhs. ' Waiios HasTiaat, I', a., E».i r^aaMstsja,ar iv ;. Mas. I.i wij li., Ul| n. 3> faa-itliW a leu. 11. ,f | CAMBEIDfIK HI SIC'AI. ASSOCIATION. I A Katliaj .ilihe Asaacialiaa, for rabaaraal, viUtss a arid ill Ihe V..i, v „| ||„. ltt>. Mr. Ware's C'hurtli, J on MO.MMV KVK.MNt; nesi, al 7 alalia* A full und punctual ml.-mluure i s retpiesled. * Si" THOMAS O. aUCS.awe'a. '' JOHN' I'KAII, FU.VEHAI. U.YUERT.Ik'ER, State Slut I, in r . ar of Hie Univer.aliM fl.it.. li. Ward 11. ] Ctirrisa pgfjllaajaaj at shust nuiici;. f NOTICE. r fJ.HK Inhahiiaala of ihe Ciiy of riaatilHjti. t|aall p he.l it. ilie law itiieets, are Iteiel.v nolitu il lo i meet m iheir respceiira Waul Riaiala.nn MONDAY, Ihe first il.ty of Mill eh next, at h.tlfp.i.l eleven u'cloek, A. M , llien mill there to give in (heir vole. for City niul Ward Olliieia of said eily, for lilt ein/u--ing inuiiiripnl year, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

$200 REWARD! se.ci.tl hu.kfmg* have been iecei.ll) i wl M tire in Cumhiiilye, 4. is believed «illolly und maliciously, by some 000000 Off pci Hints unknown, a KLWAKUOF TWO IHJNDKKb DOLLARS is J hereby offered, pursuant t.. an Ordsr »l the Board of ■ Aldi-muMi nosors] "n ll.t. Bih hi»l.mil ,f .r unli evidene* i as will fe.nl is, ihe delect ion and tonvicliuO uf a«J in- | dititlual, orfao has be. v, .. r may hcictftel be ttsjagaol ! in sOttiojg mi (ire, or atfatSsptiflg to OM on fire, .tnj Irtiildinjsj It ilhiii the city. JAMFS l>. (.KEEN, M-i>«t. City of Cuinbridite, Feb. 10,1n17. It I. IE HOPKINS OASBICAL SCHOOL 'IMIi; sSFKIMS TOM will co.ninenee on Mt>.\.| X DAY. Ftit. 15. A lew ad.littoiM, pupil* cm ho received. Application must lie innde in the Finn ip;tl— (Kc»-..ieiice, corner of Ciuas .md Centre Mucin, Carnbi M-gcpnil.) Tuition—sB and fc'lO per rpiarler of 11 wi-ek*-, " in tile Preparatory Ihp.n tmcul, Jj*s. ' 4 ni.ii'in;, eMi.i, per (jiiarlei, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

POETRY. BURIAL OF THE SKi:i>. ITHAKM.VII.iI PaOOJ Till IiIItMAK.J Now, ray seed, ihy proof. ■•> uia.lej In Ihy siknt chamber laid, Tb.hi mayVl idiiiiilrei lightly; Mas the son bis in.bailee lend, And IMO a*#SrS of heaven descend On thy pillow nightly. CoawPol thou sneak, thoa gentle one, CuuhiVt least, feel whut 1 have done, Thou would'si whisper, weepn g. Ah, greeu earth mid bright blue >kus Never more may greet lby eves, All in dm knees sleeping. Yet sleep on, llioil seedling denr; Sweetly sleep, nor dieain ol fear; Soon, fiom slumber waking, UOOB Hgaiu shall Ifeofl behold Morning sunlight, bright as gold. O'er the gieen earth breaking. I, at tOOt, must fa-ink like thee, Hands of love shall bury me. Heaping e..KI earth o'er BtO) But when tio.l, fates yonder *.kics, Hid* the shunlvi ma, ileal miat:, M i\ 1 wake to glory !

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MAN WAS NOT MADE TO MOURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

MAN WAS NOT MADE TO MOURN. There is a voice which haunts me still, Where'er on earth I be; In lonely vale, on lofty hill, And on the distant sea — I hear it in the silent night, And atl the break of morn; And aye crieth — dark or light— Man was not made to mourn! In every stream that seaward flows That voice aa.aOtOS mine ear; In every w in I that round me blows, Its till illing notes I hear; IN every son d ol Nultite'r beait, The clieutnl of forlorn, This ever bears tin- IsMtOf poll — Man was not made to mourn! The sun tbrl fjlads (be summer noon. The light that htaoaofh ull, The invriail mars, lire quiet moon, The ohoO/OfS from heaven thai fall; The Rowan which in our IPaoa'liPs: grow, Our nioiminiii nollio aiioin — All, all, iii their OWB LhsOtOU sttSW Man was not made to mourn! All .\ntnre ii ies aloud—■ l.til man RejgUrdfl not Nature's voice, FeiTeileih her benignant plan. Her w<»lkniau-hip OBOffOSO — From her fair !a> k the brightest page Wilh impious han...

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MISCELLANY. A GERMAN HEROINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 February 1847

MISCELLANY. A GERMAN HEROINE. It VM the year 1832, toward* llw dose of Novemtrt'r: a light snow, mingled with sleet, ffj whirled about l.y Iff wind, and pierced through every crevice of n little fpfdsMt inn illifflftl betweon Hornherg :ind Kotlwcll, on the frontu-rs of the duchy of Baden. Two llfyojltfll. ilriviMi by thr* bad weather to the shelter of this hninlilt! hosterly, were fofffttHMj iheir hunger nnd wearinos.* - In the con.forts of a hearty repast of smot.ed beef. The hissing and i onring of a large Q*Jfß cniitrarilt'd agreeably in ilie travellers 1 ears with (he loud moaning of ilie north wind wnlim.it, and disposed them still mora to the enjoyment of the good thing* -within. Ths innVieeper and Ins wife hail, for their only domestic, a young girl of linden, whom they had til-ought up from childhood. Kettrel. for such was her name, was n ho?l in hcrse'.f; housekeeper and -naid to her mistre.sh, and cook in the kitchen, valet do ehanthre to the stray vi-uinnts lo the one bes...

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