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[For the Cambridge Chronicle.] CAMBRIDGE Feb. 23, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

[For the Cambridge Chronicle.] CAMBRIDGE Feb. 23, 1847. Mr. Thomas Whittemore. Sir : —The undersigned respectfully represent, that you have been nominated by a portion of the citizens of Cambridge, as a candidate for the office of Mayor for the year ensuing. Relieving that your election 10, and acceptance of said office, will be calculated to secure the best interests of the city, we trust that, notwithstanding the peculiar circumstances in which you are placed, you will allow your name lo be used ns a caudidute for that office. SA.MI'EI. P. A1.1.F.N, FLAVRL COOIJIHIE. NATHAN CHll.tiH, JOHN A DROWN, HIKWI lIIHMKH, DAVID 11. DAY, KNOe WOODBURY, JAMKrt I.IfKK, Ja., m xttK mi.i i. h. it i,t kk. IHII'HM.FT DAVIS, crniu.i: I IHIIUt, KOiil.lt 1' IMM (iI.AHH, J. PI'RHAOK, Ja., J. D ANNAHI.E. rilßlßTOrill-'.R MORRItf, .IDSFIMI AHROTT, W. M, AHIIIIV. AI.IIF.RT MlliK.l.S, MONROK AYKR, DAVID KI.IH, J. Xl '*HKIJ. K1.1.H, CKORC.K P. ruMC. roueri R li.er. JOHFTII UI'BRIiH.K. To Messrs. Samuel P. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

New Depots or the Provitiekce Railroad. —The new passenger house of the B. & I*. R. Co., is lo be of the tallest order—Boo feet long, wilh offices overhond for superintendent, treasurer, &c, and public nnd private rooms for the Indies. Tho building, when completed, will he an ornament to that part of Boston. A street forty feet wide, will run the entire length of the bnilding, in which coaches ond cobs ore to have privileges.— The some Company have just completed o new brick freight depot, 840 feet long, with on L of 50 feel long by 60 feet wide. The Dioi'lAiix—Many vessels Inden with valuable rnrgoes hnd run the blockade, and enlored tho different ports of Moiicn. A large French ship, wilh a valuable cargo, was cnptured, nflnr being once warned off. What Mexico has o-AtNtn by the war I At Ihe entrance ofa new year, one nf tho Mexican journals (Regenerndor Repuhlicnno) reviews the comparative condition of thnt country, at the beginning of 1846 nnd 1847. Ilssy...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

SUMMARY. Fatal Accident. As the Lexington and Wesl Cambridge train was coming into Chailestown, on Saturday afternoon, the engino came in contact with a horse nnd wagon, driven by Mr. An Spaulding, of Lincoln, Rl the crossing from Frist Cnmbridgo to Milk Row. Mr. Spaulding was thrown from his wagon nnd instantly killed, the locomotive nnd cars passing over him. The horse was carried along several rods under the locomotive, which on being bucked oil", the horse got up and walked otTapparently uninjured—the wagon was completely demolished. Mr. Spaulding was about 60 years of age. was in nn open market wagon, nnd was returning from Huston to Lincoln ; he wns deaf, nnd probably did not hear the bell, which wns rung for some time before approaching him. Mr. S. was nn industrious and highly respectable man, and has left a family. No blame ran be attached lo Ihe engineer or conductor. It is hoped tho Directors of the Fttrhburg Railroad Company will take into consideration the necessity of ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

A fire ocrurred on Saturday morning, about 1 o'clock, in iho Engino House of the Eastern Railrmd Company, at Salem, which desltoyea 1 ihe building ami damaged one of the. locomotives. RELIEF rOR IRELAND ANII ScOTLANH.The meeting at Faneuil Hall on Thursday evening last, lo take measures for the relief of the starving poor of Ireland and Scotland, was very fully ntti'iided. Hon. Josit.h Uninry Jr., Major of MRton, presided. The Mnyor, upon taking the < hair, nddressed the meeting upon the objects of the meeting, and made a powerful nppenl to the nymp.ithy of our cilizuns in behalf at' Ireland. The meeting wns nlsn addressed by Mr. J. T. Stevenson, Dr. S. G. Howe, nnd Hon. Edward Everett, President of Harvard I'niversily. The speech of Mr. Everett was very cloijncnl, nnd he portrayed in vivid langnnge the condition of the famishing population of Ireland nnd Scotlnnd. PRESENTATION OS* A SwORO TO Cob. Citbhino. —The ceremony of presenting n sword lo Colonel Cashing of the Mas...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

RELIEF FOR IRELAND AND'SCOTLAND. The Committee appointed by tho meeting at Wmdiinglon, to receive and forward the contributions of the New F,nghtnd States, for the relief on Ireland nnd Scotland, give notice that donations of money, sent to J. Ingersoll Bowditch, Ear*., 54 Stale street, and contributions in food, clothing, &c, consigned to Minot & Hooper, 40 India wharf, will be forwarded under the directions of the Committee. Per order. JOOIAJI UI'LNCY, Jr., Chairman. Feh. 20, 1847. Arlioles left al the severnl Railroad arnlions, consigned as above, will be forwarded free of expense to the donors. City Election—Monday, March 1. Tolls open nt llij, A. M., and close al 6, P. M. MIUi; NOMINATIONS. Mayor— JAMKS D. SEEM. Aldermen —William Saunders, Charles Wood, Win. Fisk, Joseph S. Hastings, Abraham P. Sherman, Waller R. Mason. School Committee —John A. Albro, Geo. IJvermore, Win. A. Steams, Joseph W. Parker, W. W. Wellington, John S. I,add, W. R. U. Mellen. Ove...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

MARRIAGE*. In tliin i-ity, 1 PI. inut., liy Re». Bt-nj. I. LaJW, Mr. Samuel A. Lpwti (o Miaa Let it in J. Gietn. In lliia cilv, IKtb int.l., by Ibe same, Mr. Cieoige W. 'I'bon.dike to Mi** Aliby I*. B*VBtP. In Snutli Bob'oii, 17ili inst., by lie*. Mr. Claxton, Mr. Tlioiu;i» St-iiver of Cambridge, to Miaa Iluirlet i 1 amme tt. [We »< know It-dye ibe recepti.ni of some excellent cake, wilh do- at>ove; nnd wish iheiu* Iticnda v lurge abate id .Wpp.fteu in ibeir new relation.j In tSonertillt, sib irntt.. by lie v. Benj. I. Lane, Mr. Kolsrt Stenrd to Miss Mary MeCue. DKAT 118. In pais city, lOili inut, Peuuel WtM, 60; IHrh inst, Oaniid Hhedd.M; 20th inst, Pulhnm On nil, til. In Pliippsbiirir, Me. 10ih inst. Mrs. Dorcas, Wallace, XX) wins (j months. In Weailitrr-lield, Vt. 3l»t tilt. Mr. Stephen Iteed. 93, » tw-iinionei ; he was ut Lexington, ut Bunker Hill, with Ethan Allen at Ticondeioga, and served through ibe whole of the war of the revolution. Total ileniliH in ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

*200 ItKWAIIIJ! ntrvrral ixiil.ln.K-H blue been recently ■H-l on tir« j,. Cambridge, un in believed wilfully and , Hi.ilicii.imly, by aoint* peiaoti or pt-r«i>o. unknown, ,t REWARD OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLAIIH i. I hereby offered, piiiauant In an Onler of the Hoard ol' ' Aldermen ji.ii-M.-tl on it.t Hlb (iml.ml, f>r such evidence , in will If.id to tin: delcciioii .Mul cumirlioii of any in- . dividual, ulio baa Ih-ch, or HI hereafter U- coyai-.-d in selling un tire, pr attempting to set on (in*, any building within the cilv. JAMES I). GREEN, Mayor. City of Cambridge. Ft-b. 10, 1H47. if f. 11. HILL & COMPANY, i> 1C ('(.GISTS § ItAKVAHU HOW, 4.* \MHHUH.K, WII.I. have m <'oi.>.l«iit mipuly ni Mm mn*i Tvn wd I-'rt»li Me.hrim-«.. Tlie prjfilM MM} Rssl aamretJ lfca| all PaascrlpUo— will tut mnfitOt ail tmdmi to,»i«v Hd hutlm, ami pOl lip by mm tlmromhly eilnc.iietl m Itelmmaeas, *M ill*- itio*t n ; -|ii-ir. i-iJ principle* mtw ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

AUCTION SALES. AI'UTION NOTICEI r*IMIE .in<lt-r#io,ncil, (i.f the firm t.l Roriss & \ L . Lis, No, 8 Oiilr.il Wharf, Host ) hsUHs l» tll liii-iiM-.l In ll.i. Cily, as an AUCTIONEER, g i„. Holier, tli.tl lv- woultl I.- |il.';iM-<l l.t allfinl It. llir salt. Its Au.li. I Its-iil Estate, Stocks ut Alojcltultiltse, rwraiißf. at Dttvlliiix houses, au.l all t.iln-r dascripim.iis ol |>r,.|M-ny, either in this cilv, Cli.irlt-stov.il, or ..... Ban ..IMi.l.lle.rx C'.»inly. f»> Unlets M at liis bobs*, in llrnlllti street, CAMBRIDGE, nearly untnailu Apt.ian Way, ..r at No. 8 (Y.itrul Wlidii, wheie lie may be. fuun.l. will Ist promptly alteil.lrtl l.>. J. M.ALLEN. C.u.i1.ri.15,.-, Feb. 9, 1847. If JOHN N. BARBOFH, AUCTIONIEEafc COMMISSION MF.UCIIANT, A'O. T8 STATE STREET. IJOKI'ON, Will »ive persiinal attention to the disfiosal of Rial EaTstTK, KuiiMruKi:, Jkr., ut public or pnvatc paip, in Cumin nige and vicinity. Any order* lef...

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POETRY. A WALK IN A CHURCHYARD. MY R. C. TRINt 'I- [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

POETRY. A WALK IN A CHURCHYARD. MY R. C. TRINt 'I- We walked within the Churchyard Iwuuds, My Utile hoy v"d 1 — He liiutfiihig, runuinu happy rounds, 1 pacing mournfully. •*.Nav, child, it is nut well," 1 paid, •• Anting Ihe giaves to shout, Tv taitgb and play among the dead, And make this noisy rout." A moment to my side he clung, Leaving his merry play, A moment siilied his joyous tongue, Almost nt hushed as they. Then, .quite, forfeiting ihe command In life's exulting hurst Of early glee, lei go my hand, J.,yuu« lid at the first* And now I need out check him more, For, taught by Naluie** luce, 1 ha 1 grown wiser than la-fore, Even'in that moment** space I Sht spread no funeral pall above That patch of churchyurd ground, Bui the MOM azure vault of lu»e As hunt; oVr all uruund. And while elouda o'er ihnt Fpot would pass. As freely as elsewhere; The aum-liine OR BO oilier grans A richer boo might we.u> And lormed from out that very mould In which the. dead did lie. The da...

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MISCELLANY. A MUSICAL GHOST. ANECDOTES OF AVARICE. A HEBREW WEDDING. A HEAVENLY TONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

MISCELLANY. A MUSICAL GHOST. ANECDOTES OF AVARICE. A HEBREW WEDDING. A HEAVENLY TONE. In the end of iiimmer, a family residing a few miles from this city, and at the time consisting of females, were thrown for one or two successive j nights into no smull consternation, by the onac-. countable circumstance of n piano selling a strumming about midnight, ufter all the inmates ol the house were abed. The first night the lady of ihe bORRR rose, when she heard the unseasonable \ wmwwmm. nnnajog some memi-er ot tlie l.miily bad i set about "practising her music" overnight.— | She went cautiously to the room door which she ' found shut ; but although she heard the tones of the instrument when her band was upon the handle of the door, on entering alie was itstoi.i.dieil to find no one in the room. The piano was indeed open us il wan generally, for a young girl to practice when she had a mind. Cut where wus the midnight musician ? The room was searched, but to nn purpose—there was no musician...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

I A\llUUl>i;i: AND I IMllUlDlill'lllfl Di.i) i.im: ri.lll'. |-liiiiliriil(r,l'sniliri,lre|iiirl.iliil llnsliin tlrnniliilsrs I slnrl In.in lainitiriiV-.- ill . vi-rl ln.nr rrtnl h.ill |>n-i i-i.-r| In.nr, a sail ii.isl t. ni'l.x'k. A. .11. tu luni IP , t -i : ~',-1 f k, 1". M.-ninl tram llralllc slreel, 111..11.11, ever) hour .in.l II ill-an.l every hour, iron! lisli-im.i ", ii'.'liirl,. V. M I.i hall. I.nsl s i,- ( .|ni 1,,!'. M.- Also nn tliiniiliii. in nt 'J nnil mil nl 111 Olloik. Fnrr,, I'r oui tiki Uambrtdie in tie. \ ii.-kn. r..r si i nn " '' ..lisle line I.i *' " luriv lli-l.rls lur. 800 I'r. mi t'a'nl.iiilfi-i.i.rlli. Hns Inn, tin Uriels t ■ <• " " " .iiixle litre lit A. WM.I.UtI", ,M. 1111.1.5. I'iiiiil.ruls.c. .lime 18. MM, N I. W LINE. TIIK.f AMBUIIfiK.I'AMIIRIIfSf.fonT. AMI BOSTON II VI Mill S. will si„,i |, C...ill.rnlac On-line ..ml | in.-1 iv.-r) lio.tr. Iri.'.i I 1..-r,.re 1 o'clock, A M .in I I .BBSS 1 o'clock. I' M ...11.11V...1. I...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

UEfITLIiMEtf'S FURNISHING NTOKE. WILLIAM KIMIIALL, DRAPER «■ TAILOR, As. 8. HAR VARI) ROW, WOUI.U r.»l>.i linllv invite til.- ul leu lion of tin- rlllxrns Ml CllilHrluss, It. IIIS.IM..MIIIH-111 ill BllsHsß. Fri-iu-li, sml r.er. 11.111 t'tiillis, ('»-.»!.ue.ra, DiMKkil.. and Ve.lli.s., Mltii-ll lie will iiiuke UL. lulu snnnt ul., to order, ill the Intent sllle., iiml viuiriuit tlieln lv 111. PUU Mall INK BOOMoj' every ilrarripllon, Rich rAtrarls, LViivsls, S.II A.t in.llll, i 11.., (thirl., r't.llsrs, liuHulns, H.uui kircluel'.. eJu.ii-n.li-r.. Ilesierr, tiluve., Uiuler rilurl., Dmwers. Huts uud Cull., I'uilirt Hits, Ac kkaiiy MAi.bi eunnm. Al.oon liitud. nil usMiirl.ueht i.t I'li.tiiin iiinile nothing. I'uhi. I'linu, Ve.tN, llroiti. Clowaii Graafl Jiti-kels and Overslls, .11 of whii'll will l.esuld oil the 1110*1 retwonnlile tt-nns II d 17 JI'ST llEt'KlVKl), a NEW LOT ol Hilver-llnweil Hl'l'Xi<—J ' I<A T.M'l.lia, Willi II we will «ell lor till, illil...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 February 1847

CLiOTHIJVC;. AT PRICES BEYOND AM. COMPETITION FOR THIRTY UAYN. One ol tlie UEBT MANUFACTURED STOCKS of RKADV-JUUK «-'I*>TIIIIV«J, Will tie uttered lur ssle at lite UORHBB OF lis AMI lUsuvtß STBIETS I'AIiHOWk't'OMPiNY, AT THE ORIGINAL COST FOB TIIIUTY DAYS. 'nils.HK'lt rtinipri.es every desrrititloii i.nir.nv v..... CIARMENTs, n.s.le In ll,e I.ATEBTind mi s« A^Manil!!. .ivies. .„d WARRANTED ,Vci) B TOM^WoR OKVIU0 K VlU . ntV* W h "" J *" 5 1 !»".ive .ml rich ..." liiieiillj pi Kit Cloths. Hesvers, Slid i)„„l,| e Milled Burl "v L',,lis . evrry ile.lrr.lile .lisde niiil en or. dura. ini-Tnii .1u • ' Cloili.li.i Hniks, with trliniiii,,,. i„™„"°,.^ u,lru ' Browu Suuerriiie l-'rent-li, German and Ensluh BRO Al)f LOTUS, llllnlile for Drt-ss nml Frui-k Coals. We an- I'tin.tniilly rei-ilvin,, a i-linli-e seli-rllim i/r-.n MiM-jU'iuio and Plain TWEEDS, lor OiVrcli.! siij (.eriiian Mini French DOKaKINS AND CANSIMKIIKS ol every r,i>h*. ton I mil table Tor ihe present aetuo...

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

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1847 NUMBER 44. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, MAR. 4, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. The tullov,im " lair. f,i„n rral lif,-," will i,|'|,inr to mimy to" Irani" f.r l»-lirf. WY. IMWIi.il 1 , ksn* the f.i.ls tivlw c.rrrrlly niirnitf.l. ST« win- rtiis...,ally i,rt|i,.,iiitr.l wilh all IB* BBTtta* naiiinl, anil liralil at thelimr, when 11,,- ~rt iirrriirc tmik plnrr, lltr |,i,rliculars <if llir tranaarlKina fri.n, the aaajlaaßM win, were. tlir 1a.n.1.mr,, ~f Mr. W. Thr Intlrr Irfl Wnlertown, imil whan BJ* Inst hftir.l of him hr rrsiilnl hi unr of the Wt'.lcrit Sum's. — .Y. I. fii.ii.

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A TALE FROM REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

A TALE FROM REAL LIFE. BY H. L. R. The Viirinn* incidents comprised in .he f.ilbnv ing nurr.nivi* KM snlntnnti.iHy 'rue. 'Iln- RlCts ' were aauh-irssj hy !«■ mtMaf tret* pen mhc mi tl that time r*'sidin< m th imnliite iieinhho.hood. i and con«.i|«-nlly possess*-.* a ki.owletlg.' of ill. . whole Uiinsiirtion. In the year 1814. a Mr. W. of \V.m,rtown. Jefferson conniy, N-V., WM npp"'"*''' l W««*J gMfnl of the army, then si.itH.nrd ,il Sarkett's Hartior. lie was a man quite »bme mrditf rilv with respect to intelligence, nnd of unnnpejirlietl moral character, lie «ns n leader in socieiy, and enjoyed ihe confulence and respect of all fv ith v\ hntn hn was associated. His wife, of whom a more particular nccount necessary, was rather nlwve middle stature, and of snmewlMt beautiful nppei.rance; she possessed a mind of extraordinary cnpahility, cultivated by the most assiduous npplictlion, and her refined tnsie nnd polished manners |ttl her accens to the best sorieiv. She was hono...

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THE POOR RELATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

THE POOR RELATION. *' Will you tell me,*' said the stranger, inrjuiring ' nt ihe dour of a descendant of the Worthingtons, | M where the dwelling of Thomas VVortlnngton, j Esq. is?" " It is that noble edifice which you see yonder, beyond the low row of fuciories." The inquirer moved slowly on, apparently scarce üble to humluiii hinmelf, from physical imbecility. He was met at the outer giiiu by a servu nt. " Will you tell your master that a distant relation frnm acrsss Ihe water, wlto has experienced ' many misforluues, desires in see linn?" The servant returned, .und ushered the traveller 1 i.iU> (he outer hull; and in a few minutes the owner of the mansion nppe.ired. " I am, sir, your supplicant," said (he stranger. " Ymi doubtless recollect, lhat a brother of \our iiMiiher, residing in Soilund, had many sons. Misfortunes hate thickened upon out: of them. lie is poor, nnd from a recent los* of every thing hy shipwreck, n* now pennyless. He begs a lodging at tour hands, ...

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REVOLUTIONARY REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

REVOLUTIONARY REMINISCENCE. \\ Inn the British irmi h«M possession of I'hilndelphia, lien. Howe's bead qu iters were in Sec- | ond street, the fourth door below Spruce, in a house occupied by lien. Cadwallader. Directly op|K>siie, resided Willi am and I. >di i Harrah, members of the Society of Friends. A superior nhVer of the Hnti-h Aimv. believed to be the Adjutant Genera!, fixed u|-on one of the chambers, a hack room, for private tonf. rence ; and two of them ■ frcqooiitl\ met there, wilh fire and candles, in consullnlion. About the 2d of He. ember, the Adju- ! tnnl t.etier.il told I.mli.i that ihey would be in the room at T o'clock, and remain l.te ; nnd thai ihev wished the fmilU to retiie rail) to bed ; adding. ■ibal wlun lhe\ were gonij away ihey would call ; her to let deaMfl out, and cxiingiii-h the lire and , I candles She nccotdin-ly sent all the fundi to ' bed; but a« th*' oltic-r w as so p irlicul.ir.her tsnSodl] was excite*!. She too\ oIV her shoes...

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