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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

ARDOMI.NAIi Nl I*I*ORTKRS. N. E. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, ROSTOV. MASK. It r Jsaire FrederlrU Kewter com limps to manufacture all the various approved TRITAKKt*, at his Old fMaml No. tOC [opposite Nn. UtU| Washington strr-rt, entrance in Tempi*" Avenue. Also, A*no*siN%t. CerrosTßßs, for Prolapsus i;tri~He*- rrttaanav Haiis, Kmkk I'sra, H»i k Romans, Stkkl*>nns«, for (tclormed leel.- -Trusses repafrc.l nt nnr hour's nm ice. nml medr tnanswrr oftentimes as well as new. Thi-si'h-scriher having worn a Truss himselt for lwent>.ftve years, ami filteil so many fc*r the last ton rears, feels eontlilent In helm al-le to suit all MM that may come lo him. Ilr. ."Metier** Truss, anil Miir«h's Truss, I>r. llnll'n Truss, an.l Thompson's Ratchet Truss, an.l Hie rthakers' Rock Ist Trusses, niav he hail at thl- eslaMtshmt njl. Whispering Tunes and Ear Trumpet*, that willrnaMe a person lo converse low wilh one lhat is linr.l ot heartnt. All Ladies in want of Atslomlnal Aupp...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

JOHN I'r'.AK, F t7J\rS 111 I. UffD Elt TA hE It , ritule Btrcel, in re„r uf the llliiveraall.t (llliiell, Ward 11. Currtaa MJkMaiitn AT aitußT aiillca. 00-'uMMusicriUNs fur lias Cliryalnl Knuut Division, N„. 2, alnnild bn a.Ure.aeJ In Mils. I W.tsna lUsnaoa, P. S., East Caiul.riilge, 01 lo Mas. Lawn lUiu, X. s., 1.-uuiWiilge. fell. 11. ,f < I'll' OF < AMIIKIUGF.. rJpllE iiilialiiiania of the Cilyuf Ca„,liriilae,i]ualif)eil as the law ilueels, are heteliy nutitieil tv asaemlile in tlseir raspaelin Wanl Roums.nn THURSDAY, ihe elevenili ,1.,, ~|" March, inalant, ut two o'clock iv the nflertuiiin, (baa ami there lo give iv tlteir yules fur a HsttOf ami aa* Aliieritiau for aaiit City, for the ensuing municipal year. ytjr- It is ui-deleil, that llie (lulls Iw openeil at two o'clock, P. M., ami closed ut seven o'clock, I". M. By Order ufthe Mayor ami Alileriur.n. LUCIUS R. PAIGE, City Clerk. qpatbriilfs, March 1, 1847. '2t $500-^7007 TLS r "ANTF.II to hire, fsr a tern...

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

lUS2 O O UKWARDI I f/S/HBaUUI several buildings Anvil lieen rar.ct.lly isri„„f„,. ,„ i\„„bn,l ß e,;,» ~ kaajaaaa] wilfully u„<l | Ili-ilnitillaU, by eullie BJBJaaaj Bf |i,-,auiis Ullkunwtl, a tjKCWAKD Ol'' TWO 111. N I>RI.I> DOLLARS ia . j llereby i,11„r,-,1, |iiii»uii„t |v an tinier of tin, ll„ K ril of I Al,lii inun |~,s.e,l un dm Blh ii,.ti,ul,f,r sueb evidence j aa ,vill lend In (lie ilelectinu mul aaa. i,:lii,i, of uny initiviilual. v,lii, has been, or may bcrcitltcr la.- ciiyugeil in selling nn lire, or itttriu|,liti|{ lo set on fin-, j,iy attHdtag vtitbin tlie city. JAMES I). (iREE.V, Mayor. City nf Cambridge, r'cl>. 10, 1*47. if f. 11. DR. J. W. CHAPMAN k 00., BOTANIC PHYSICIANS, OOBSBB OF TEMPLE AND I'AMHHIUtIK BTIIIETS, BOSTON. HOTANIC MEDICINES, MEDICAL ADVICE, THOROUGH THOMHOKIAN TREATMENT. Or. C. will also visit patients at ll,eir residence in the city anil vicinity if required 1 . N. 11. Ilotanic Medical Books constantly on l...

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

j AUCTION N A 1.1.5. i| I AI'CNON' SOTICKJ I '|,||E iiiiilrrsiifn.il, (nl llie Hun of R0.t.l _ At.. I.l), No. tl Central Wliail, lln.l ) In,, ing la-en 1 licensed by llil* City, as an Al crUI.MI.U, gi„, r untile, lli.il be would Is- |,leased In lltleuil In Iln s.ili. . by Auilimi nl Ileal Ealiile, Slinks nf Men Inmilirr, i iiliiiluie Bl Diielliiig-lmuses, ami all ntlier ilisiliptinus uf |,r, |„., Iy, either iv llus cily. Cti.il ieaiuvy n, or ' aatrpartsf .Middlesex County. frj Order, left ul bis boiisp, in Brattle street, CAMBRIDGE, neatly opposite A|,|iiai, Way, or al No. 8 Central Wbiiif, wßat* be tnitv la: liuuiil, will be |iri,l,l|illy iilleu.leil le. J. M.ALLEN. Caiublidge, F.-b. 9, 1817. tf AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT .XO. 78 STATE STItEET, BOSTON, Will give personal attention tv ihe ilisponril of lliai KsTAri:, FtKMiini, fc*., at public or private pale, in CaUubrtdn unit vicinity. Any Qfdcrs left ut Ut limine in Franklin street, or al the store of HMbVS J. A....

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POETRY. THE QUESTIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

POETRY. THE QUESTIONER. HV MMRT MCOLL. 1 ask not tor his lineage, I uak nol for hie name— If nitiiilinrss be in hie heart. He noble birth may c'ahi.. I care not if of this world's wealth But slender l-e his part. If yes you answer when I ask— Hits be a true man's heuil 1 I H*k not from what land he came, Nor where his youth was nursed— - If pure the stream, it matters not The spot from whence it bunt. The palace or the hovel, Where first his life begHn, I seek not of; but answer this— Is he an honest man 1 Nay, blush not now—what matters it Where first lie drew his breath 1 A mangel was the cradle bed Of him uf Na/jrelli ! Be imught. he any, everything— I care not what you lie— If yes you answer when I u-k— Art thou pure, true nn<l free.

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WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

WASHINGTON. Where may tit* wearied eye repose When gating on llie |rsftl ; Where neither guilty glory glows, Nor despicable HSM T T»l .'dMi'i'rtll first—ihe list—the best— The CWl.lle.lU_ ofthe West— Whom envy dares not hale. Bequeathed the RUM of Washington, To make rutin blu.h thete Ml btii One I Rykosj.

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PRIZE RIDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

PRIZE RIDDLE. Tha nish.,|, of Salisbury, England, has given to the world the following riddle, nnd offers a reward ol filly dollars, to anyone who will sohe it. Ye Yankees, here is a chance for you. 1 sit on a rock while I'm raising the „in.l. When the storm is nbalr.l, I'm geiiile nnd kiml ; I have kings at my feel who unit bill my nod, To kneel In the dust on llie ground I hnve trod. 1 urn seen by the world, and known by the few ; The I.enlil'S df teat me, I'm p-.rk M the Jew ; 1 never hnve spent but one uighl in the iluik, And that wns wilh Nnali, alone iii the ink. My weight ia three pounds, mv length is one mil- ; And when I'm discovered, you'll any with v smile, That my first and tuy BBS are llie liest ol the isle.

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SCANDALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

SCANDALL. Believe nol each aspersing word. As most weak persons do; But slill believe lhat story false, Which ought not to l»e Hue.

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MISCELLANY. PLANTING NEW RESIDENCES. ANECDOTES OF LOUIS PHILIPPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 March 1847

MISCELLANY. PLANTING NEW RESIDENCES. ANECDOTES OF LOUIS PHILIPPE. F.very man ■ ho huilils a new house on a new spot of ground, at the ..line time that he suits his tnate, sutlers the serious inconvenience fur some years of a wunt nf liifge shade trees, nnd of plenty ol fine fruit, lie must wail lill tilt! trees cull grow; but if this period may ho reduced :o less than one h,lf of its usml length, most turn would certainly lull the means for its accomplishment wilh grent pleasure. If fruit Irees, wiii.h oflen stand for ten or twelve years wilhoul yielding much, can lie made to produre ronsideriihle crops in five, a grout object would be obtained. Having ll.d some little experience in this mutter we propose la oiler it tn hints. Trees alinuhl bo set out as aoiin as possible after the ground is aelected, in order llmt lh-y limy bo .rowing. Bul nothing ia gained in transplanting them before llie ground ia prepared fur them. \\ I have art out trees on land which hud been aiu.ply p'oughod...

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

C -.MURiOUU AMD t AMHHIUCiKI'OKI o__l> bIXK. I'lUI I Cainliriilite, CsHbrldfeport ami Him ton Omullnisrs 1 Mian Imhiln in In nine Ml C*t>r> hour slid li_llur_.fta.vri> In.ur, irom u«H l-ssnj o'clock, A- M. to lmll |>«st 1 o'cluck. I> m —nnd from tlrnlll_ street, Huston, every hoar nnd ImU-iiast .vcn liour.lroiu hulf-iisai ?o'clock, A. M. lo hall'psst & e.Yluvk,l\ M.-Aleoau Omnibus lust . and outatlU u\hnk. _ Fares* From Old Usmtirlilg- iv Uuswiu,'. ticketslUr...,. .$lOO • > " '' single i.n ■■ 15 ti •• " loity llcktlslor. 100 From Cnmt>i Mix. orttu Uostuii, ISO tickets... lot) " •' *' sum If bire 1-tJ A. WII.I.AKII. M. UILLH. Cauiliridtic, June 18, IKlii. NE \V LIN E . IMIH4•IMHIIUH.F..I VMHKIIH.KPOKT, ■■ AMD BuaTON oMM ill's, will stun frou. (".nnl.ri.l_e 1 lielore mul \ east every liour. trom 1 helm. 7 O'clock,!, H , lot I elon- 7oVlnck, V M., mid I'roiii lit Uraltie sireel. Iliwlen....

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

LUNGER TmiK suUcribrr returns bla hearty tbaalu lo hia friends and the public, for the very liberal patron age lh*y have extended la bint, and would also inform l_ui. that he way las found, as usual, at the "Old Stand/ Comer of Main St. and Brighton Road Cntlor Joseph A. Holmes and Co.'s Btere, reiuly lo nnavit-i llieir culls in a prompt and ntallact,ii y inaiiiier. 1118 TABUS ARE r'l'KNlSlliai AT All HOURS OI'THE IMY, with ~.,. tiii. v.,,,,: TI THE MAHKf.T A. F0R1,., 1,11,1 „„ p„i„, wi || apiirrd In Sl.ll lilt- |i;.l„l„ olllw City rnicurra, or ilia uiinla ol tilt: 1 I livelier. Oysters, serveil up in every variety of .lyle, or sent to nny purl ol' llie cil) ,ut llie lowest |).ic«j, free of e xnene. 12m Jan. 7 1). STONE. EQUATOR^SALOON, MAIM S'l'llKKT, C-MHUIIHiII'OHT, In Munroc fy Cook*. Block, next door IVrsl of tht Dank. HOT MEALS ■BSVID I'l" AT A 1.1. IHHIIri OK THE DAY. fJQV Oyali.ra cmikrd in every style. N. ll.—Oyalera sunt lo any part of thr city free of expense. IIKNJ. SKAV...

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

Cambridge Chronicle VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1847. NUMBER 45. The Cambridge Chronicle IS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY MORNING, BY JOHN FORD, At the corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over the store of Joseph A. Holmes & Co. Cambridgeport. TERMS—Two Dollars per annum, in advance. Single copies, four cents. Advertisements inserted on very favorable terms. 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 any business relative to th Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to subscribe or advertise, will please call on him. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Executed in a neat and correct manner, At short notice, and at reasonable prices. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, MAR. 11, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. SCOTTISH TRADITIONAL STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 March 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. SCOTTISH TRADITIONAL STORIES. We shall present, under this Eicad, fur a week or two, incidents in the lives ofa few of the heroes and heroines in Scottish history, which we trust will not only be interesting but instructive to our readers. The narratives will be abridged ami udupted to the columns of the Chronicle, from an English woik, which has never been published in this country.

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KING ROBERT BRUCE'S BOWL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 March 1847

KING ROBERT BRUCE'S BOWL. About the year 1309, Robert Bruce, though invested three years before with the crown of Scotland, was ouly able to maintain a kind of outlaw's independence against the officers of tho English king, and frequently roamed with a small bond of followers through tho wilds, and across the barren moors of Scotland. In a remote corner of the kingdom, in Galloway, ou the banks of the Urr, lived a shepherd and an husbandman, called Mark Sprotte. It was the good fortune of this peasant to be united to a woman possessing on affectionate character, and no small share of good sense and activity, as the following narrative will show. In the course of his wanderings, Bruce encountered near Mark's cottage, a small company of the English, commanded by Sir Walter Selby, nnd as Bruce was not a man to yield quietly to an opponent, the contest was fierce and dubious. The clashing of swords, a sound not unusual in those unsettled times, reached the ear of the wife of Sprotte, as...

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THE DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 March 1847

THE DUEL. Some years ngo, while travelling in the north of England, I took occasion lo visit one of its old (iolhic churches, and while there, my attention wns at traded by the sound of a voice, chaunting a sublime and beautiful hymn. After listening for several moments, tho voice ceased, nnd I walked gently forward, and saw a man of middle life leaning against tho rails which enclosed a very noble monument, and looking up to it steadily, wilh eyes full of tears. I expressed a fear that I was intruding. Ho turned and looked upon me with n thoughtful glance, as if he would rend my heart. Whether it was my manner or my countenance that reassured him, I know not, but he replied courteously, nnd did not, ns I feared he might have done, move nway. Tho paleness of his face and tlie dew upon his forehead nlarmed me with the fear that he was about to faint, I caught him by the arm, i.s ho sunk down upon his knees ; and lifting up his facn wilh closed eyes, upon the lasbcx of which tears qui...

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A LONDON BREWERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 March 1847

A LONDON BREWERY. [Colonel Schouler, editor of the I,owell Journal, who has been travelling in Europe, in one of bis late papeis thus gives a description of one of those mammoth and bloated establishments, denominated " A London Brewery." It shows what sort of beverage the English people pour down their throats day after day.] I intended to have written to-day a brief description of my visit to the Colosseum and the wax woiks of Madame Tussand, but I have concluded in change my ground, and give you nn account of a visit I made the other day to the great brewery of Mossm. Barclay & Perkins, which is, perhaps, after nil, one of the greatest wonders of London. This brewery is situated on what is called the Surrey side of the Thames, about five mile* walk from London Bridge. I had been with a friend down to St. Catherine's Dodn to see the shipping; nnd on my return I crossed o\er the bridge and made my way to the brewery. This immense establishment covers fifteen acres of gr...

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CARLYLE'S CONVERSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 March 1847

CARLYLE'S CONVERSATION. The following description of Carlyle'a converaation is extracted from Miss Fuller's Letter* to the N. Y. Tribune :— "Accustomed to the infinite wit and exuberant richness of his writings, his talk is still an amazement and a splendor scarcely to be faced wi.h steady eyes. He does not converse—-only harangues. It is the usual misfortune of such marked men (happily not one invariable or inevitable) that they cannot allow other minds to breathe and show themselves in their atmosphere, and thus miss tho refreshment and instruction which the greatest never cease to need from tho experience of the humblest. Curly le allows no one a chance, hut bears down all opposition, not only by his wit and onset of words, resistless in their sharpness as so many bayonets, but by actual physical superiority, raising his voice and rushing on his opponent with a torrent of sound. This is noi the least from unwillingness to allow freedom lo others; nn the contrary, no man would mor...

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ANECDOTE OF LUTHER MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 March 1847

ANECDOTE OF LUTHER MARTIN. We heard an anecdote of this distinguished lawyer a f°w days ago, which we do not remember 'to have met wilh in print, and which is certainly ■ " too good to he lost," as the reporters say. Mar- : tin was on one occasion riding to Annapolis in a stage coach, in which was a solitary companion, a ! young gentleman josl commencing the practice of I law. After some familiar conversation, the young ! gentleman said— " Sir, you have been remarkably successful in : your profession; few men have gained so many eases ; will you be good enough to communicate to me, a beginner, the secret of your wondrous success ?'* " I'll do it, yonng man, on one condition; and thnt is, that you defray my expenses during my ! stay of a few days at Annapolis." " Willingly," replied the young man, hoping to ! profit greatly by the communication. I "The secret of nay success,** said Martin, " may be discovered in this advice, which I now give you, . nsmely—Be sure to have a good wit n...

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