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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

jLjfCTION SALES. BY JOHJ* N. BABBOCR. TWO HOUSE.-} IN CAMBRIDOEPORT. TO-MOKKOW. April 9ih, ai 4 o'clock, P. M., JatX A double House and Barn, on ii! Maga.ina, near Park rimei, together with ala.ut 9500 fee. id Land, mea.urln, on Mo(o.iao • treel i.inety-fi.e feel, by one hundred feet iv depth. I'll, ailimliiin anil pniA|Hiel is lieautiful, aad a fine opjaVtuniiy is offered I.i erect other .alibiing, on ihe lot, Kliteh.will pay a giard interest nn Ihe inreslmenl. leriiia 1.U...1, and mad. known M ihe time of sale. sp B—lp8 —Ip SHERIFF'S \~BJLUa. Mnii.i.i ali s.. March 20, IS4T. TAKEN on Exeei.liim, and In be sold at Public Auction,on SATURDAY, lias twenty.fourth d«y nl April next, at 1 1, ice u'clmk, P. M., at Whitloinnri;', Ifntt'l in West Cambridge, in said county, All the right, in ecjuily, which AMOS RUSSELL, uf Weal Cniubridjie, in said county, hail, on the 11th day of HoTOßafaor last, when (he rarae was attached on mesne proresr, to redeem the following described ill.irlßi.ged ...

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POETRY. LIFE'S ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

POETRY. LIFE'S ERRORS. What if, in lhal sitbliiner stale. To wliicli our souls shall unce attain. The things of earth, ami time, and fate, Shall puss before our eyes again; Shall we reiiew our life's slow way, Ils wants and weariness beholding, And tiy heaven's purer noon survey * What earth* dim twilight now is folding 1 O, what a wond'rons change shall pass O'er all that here hull, seemed and been I Darkly we see, as through a glass, What llien shall face to face la? seen; The nothingness of all we prized. The falsehood of the love we sought. The priceless truth of hearts despised. The worth of alt we valued not ! Perchance, it shall not then be seen Thai this, our earthly piilb of tears, So desolate a waste bath been, As to tlie mourner's eye appears; When clearer light around m breaks, Our eyes shall read their course below, A dreary line of long nitslakes, Atoned by many a needlca* wo. Our youth was passed iv visions fair, In lavishing the wealth of heart ; Our manhood bad the ...

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MISCELLANY. THE SICK WIDOW. Thomas Carlyle on War. GOOD FEELINGS. John Marshall as Chief Justice. TO YOUNG MEN. DO YOU WISH TO SUCCEED ? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

MISCELLANY. THE SICK WIDOW. Thomas Carlyle on War. GOOD FEELINGS. John Marshall as Chief Justice. TO YOUNG MEN. DO YOU WISH TO SUCCEED ? Sweet at every time ia a benefit, but still more ! sweet when it is accompanied with surprise.— : Whilst a person of exalted rank was parsing one morning, early, unknown and quite alone, through oue of ihe suburbs of Vienna, a youth, apparently about twelve years of age, accosted him, who, with downcast und tearful eyes, and with a timid and desponding voice, began to ask relief. The genteel air, the composed hearing, tho blush which colored his face, iho suppressed tears which hodiimned his eyes, and the faltering und broken accents of his voice, made on llie mind of this gentleman a very lively impression. " You have not," said lie, " been born to nsk alms ; whal is il that has brought you to this V " Ah ! I was not certainly born,'* replied the youth, with a sigh accompanied with tears, M in this inferable condition. The misfortunes of my falher...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

a IST OF I.ETTKKS r anting in the l\,»tgj Oltice, ('AMltltll)liEl'onT, April 1, 180.— I'crauns cullnig for lliese Letteis, will please e..y that lliey me advetli«:d. Arkerson John Hull Henry B Adiiins Sumuul W lngnlls Grace II Arkerson Niincy Jewell James Adams laiacluir Johnson Mersy Alrnes A F F V Jennings Joseph Baibour James S Jenison Mary L Humus Chuiles Josselyu Lewis Hrown Mary A N Judkins Llizu M Bird Cordelia Kidder Kepiy Bennett Clark Knowles Horace W Barker Calvin P Kernnn & Brutniin Uonrdmun Andrew Kimball Charles P Ituibauk William P. Knowlton C Bowman F Kerinaii Put Ihiriianl Frederick G Kelly Daniel & Co Baker l'.rnstus Kemlrick Rufus Butcher George Keeno Peter C Bird Henry W Knight Sylvester Briiillt James Kemlrick Daniel Brackelt I,menu Linn Isuuo Brown Abby W I.uno Linidsford Bueknam Caleb Ladd Willatd Bates Willium F Lewis G A llaitelle Mnry C Lynch Cnilierine Bragg William l.orejny A B Baker Puuieli.i Love Mury Ann Baker Anna 3 Liikin Reli...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

I- IST OF I.KITKKS remaining in Ihu Pu*lJ Ullice, CAMIIKIIHiK, Ma..., April I, 1847. ' l'eraoiiA Galling tor taaaa Letters, will [ilri.hu any that ( lltey are ailverlised. I Aditins Asn T Kiinliiill & Murnden I Allan Miss (for Miss Kitlrcdge J G Sutherland) Knight Suinuel W Andrews Aduliiia Langl'ord Jolm Austin lieiijainiil I.i.lnliy A It.uHuni Mury Ann Lane Mury A linker Krnslus Law John iturllett Mary Aim Learned S F Bancroft Uelij Lebun U Darnell Catherine Leurned G F . Beggin Win Lenox ('buries 2 , Belcher Mrs Lenthe Francis i lleniis Curoline Lee George 2 J llilsi.low Sum I- l.ibilis Jniiies 1 Itirebtiril F.tizabeth Luring Mr lllake Abba M l.ov-cjoy Kzekiel X Bluko Pllilip I.Ulllinp Jllllll'S it Blake Fleunor Cunt Jonathan Itliiko Wm I Mnson Win T Black Win T Miirlin I'liebe S lllake Bul- X Miirlin Joseph lliiyiimn Federal 2 Menlvuy J.tinea Boyntoil Josial. Meu.l Sum Q Jr Ito.viiuin Francis Mivilian Rose llrown N M Mel'oskie James Brown John I, (cure of McFurluud J...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

OLD LINK. r|.lll:riiiiilirl.l,e,(iinil,ri.l«.ni..lalulllUAluilOii„ l |bu,„ ■ .larl l,i>ii. l!ainl.rlrl»r al , very liotir anil lv.li p„i J.J;, J Itour. limn inili ya*l li 0 .lock, A. M. In ball ua.i 7 u',l, r L P.M.-anil It-mil Ursula altrel, Hn.tnn, evrrv hour a,,.1 Itall-1.u.l ev.t) luiur.lt tun llall-uUAI 7 o'clock, 4, M i„ l,„ r nasi 8 o'clock, F. B.—Also v Omnibus In at a aid'out atio ii'iimk. F n r ,* a . I-'roui Old l.'uuilirid.e lv liu.leii,7 lit-hrlklur ,|(sj From l-niuli, i,'1',.,,.,r, lo BoVIO. tlHekSl*' •*• » 9 " ■ ,B,,Bfa Vtf.uJr» Ciilnbrlu«e, June IS. 1816. uillh. NEW LINK. nviolt A" »Wnt. c'laro SX\S!r- fcluTon, .flira ' lie sired, Huslea, t Before ami , „..t every liour Ir ,m 1 he." F A HKS, Fruin OM Cambridge, to Dosto* 1 ticket* Tor ... iioo " " single (am , is " " " forty itckcu am From Oaiubritlgi'Dori to Hon tun ten tickt-talor i ihj » " " sill., 1.-ftm- i-ii iu7 fllOMAtt STEARNS. GENTLEMEN'S FUKNISIIING™ STORK. WILLIAM KIMBALL, DRAPER fy TAILOR, No. ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1847. NUMBER 50. The Cambridge Chronicle IS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY MORNING, BY JOHN FORD, At the corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over th 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 the 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. CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1847.

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Translated from the French for the Chronicle. FORMS OF PUNISHMENT AND TORTURE IN DIFFERENT AGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

Translated from the French for the Chronicle. FORMS OF PUNISHMENT AND TORTURE IN DIFFERENT AGES. The following account of the forms and modes of punishment and torture once in use, is translated from the introduction to a series of volumes entitled "Annales de Crime et de l'innocence." It is thought that the description may afford some useful information without being wholly devoid of interest; though necessarily a mere abridgement, it contains the chief features of interest and importance. The preparatory question was unknown in Western Kurope during a long succession of ages. They used instead, the proofs. These pioofs were of four different kinds : the duel, thu cold water, the hoi water, and the red hot iron. They JUfft called the Judgment of t.od. They passed from Egypt into (ireece, and were not adopted by the - Romans; but the Tartars who inherited it from j the Persians, filled F.uropo with this kind ol juris- j prudence. Goudeband, kitfg of Burgundy, was the first of I king...

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. The "National Era," a paper lately started at Washington for the purpose of advocating the abolition of shivery, gives the following minute description of the ** Chivalric Southern Member," ft fair representative of that class in Congress, whose " exclusively sectional feelings " are ho much reveienccd by some of our Northern representatives. A perusal cannot hut prove interesting to lho.se who have not had nn opportunity for personal inspection.

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The Chivalric Southern Member. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

The Chivalric Southern Member. Give me the lie; do; and try whether I am not a gentleman born.- Winter's Tale. The subject of the present sketch, to describe him by negatives, presents, in his dress, manners and general air, the strongest possible contrast to the "Raw Western Member," whom, indeed, be regards with a good deal of hauteur and suspicion, keeping him at nliuo.it as great a, distance aa the lady of an ancient Virgiauia family does plain Mrs. James Mahcr at the President's levees—although, by the way, the house of the latter dates from tintimes of Brian Borhoitne, whilst that of the former boasts no more remote antiquity than the du\s of P.li/.iheth, when the founder came over in a (ioverument transport. In one single particular, indeed, the distinguished Southern member dues resemble his Western colleague; we allude to the extravagant display of his linen. The collar and i wristbands would seem to cou'uin as much of the article as is altogether usually worn by ihe rest o...

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From Chamber's Edinburgh Miscellany. Cases of Circumstantial Evidence. LADY MAZEL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

From Chamber's Edinburgh Miscellany. Cases of Circumstantial Evidence. LADY MAZEL. In the year 1689 there lived in Paris a woman of fashion, called Eady Mazel. Her house was capacious, am) four stories high ; on the ground floor was a large servant's hall, in which was a grand staiicnse, and n cupboard where the plale was locked up, of which one of the chambermaids kept (he key. In a small room partitioned off' from Ihe hall slept the valet-de-chambre, wbose name was I.eßrun ; the rest of this floor consisted of apartments in which the lady saw compauv, which was very frequrnt and numerous, as she kept public nights for play. In the floor up one pair ofslairs was the holy's own chamber, which was in front of the house, nod was ihe innermost of three rooms from the grand staircase. The key of this chamber was usually taken out of ihe door ami laid on a chair by the servant who waa hist with ihe lady, and who, pulling the door after her, it shut with a spring, so that it could not be ...

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LISTZ THE PIANIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

LISTZ THE PIANIST. This celebrated performer has recently married the daughter of a rich jeweller. The following account of the circumstances which brought about the marriage, is given in the Paris correspondence of the Conrricr de* Klats Vnis. ' "After having given very productive ronccrls in the principal cities of Germany, IJstz found himself toward the end of last October, at Prague.— The day after his arrival in that city a stranger call- ' ed upon him. It was an old man whose exterior i announced poverty and suffering. The great artist * gave this poor man the cordial reception which he J would peihaps have refused Io a great lord. Encouraged by this kindness, the old man said:— l " I come to you as a fellow artist. Excuse me if I venture to take this title, notwithstanding the ' difference there is between us; but 1 was formerly" worth something. I was allowed to have some tul- ' j ent for the piano, and I gave lessons upon it whir h ' ; afforded mo an honorable support. Sow ...

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JOSEPHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

JOSEPHINE. Josephine was one of nature's Queens —she was divorced, says her biographer, but her love did not cease, in her retirement she enjoyed all Napoleon's success, nnd prayed that he might be saved from the fruits of his rash ambition. When his son was born, she only regretted that ' she was nol near him in his happiness ; and when Ihe went a prisoner to P.lba, she begged that she might share his prison and relieve his woes. Eve,ry article that he used at her residence remained '■. a* he left it. The book in which he had been last reading \ there, with ihe page doubled down, nnd the pen ] that he had Inst used by it, with the ink dried on j its point. When her dealh drew nigh, she wished ilo sell all her jewels, lo send the fallen emperor t niimrv, nnd her will was submitted to his correc j lion. She died before his return from Elba ; her i last words expressed the hope ami belief that " she never caused a single tear to flow." She was {buried in the village church Kuel, and h...

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FILIAL AFFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

FILIAL AFFECTION. A dutiful and obedient daughter always makes a devoted ami fuihfnl wife. Eel no man. aa he values his iinn happiness, marry a woman of an onilial nature. In spite of ihe guilt of la'go, there was much wisdom in hi* remark Io Othello, when exciting the Moor to suspicion of Drsdemonn'" integrity, " She has deceived her father, and may thee." There is no trait of endearment more plenaa than ihe confiding lendemss. ofa young maiden in the care and vigilance of her mother. If ahe bean only child, the pleasurftjaith which we contemplate ber silent and cheerful acqniaaenoe in every maternal drelate, is greatly enchanted. When the eentiment of love is firal awakened in the heart of »och a one, it seems rather to deepen than divert the stream of her film I affection. No man should be so selfish or an unwise "ti* to den tie the lessening el the pure nnd holy obedience, which is the best assurance nf his own enduring felicity. Happy •• he who hns won for himself the fond love...

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ON THE NEW PLANET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

ON THE NEW PLANET. We perceive if. Ill" Washington I'liinn of llie 2d AprH, n captious ntticle, coiiiinenting on it paragraph ivhirli appeared recently ill the Chronicle. Tlie public will lih tarpriaed lo learn that- llie Union Fluirgel Professor Peine, in liil interesting investigations •_! ng.iid to ilia new plaint, wttti having test -mperly approptiated the labors orths Natiuliiil Ul.n.-rviiiui v. So fur is this rhaige trots,being true, thai I'riif Peiire, in ths paper wtais* he read In llm American Ariitl.my, nnd which has giaaa been published, hag acknowledged in ihe most BDipl. iriiilllli'r, his obligation, lo Mr. Wslfcsf lor bis calculations and observations. 'I'll.: prominence which he give lo what hail baas .lone by Mr. Walker ut the Nalionul Ohscrvnlory waa fully equal lo its ilieiit.. Hail not I'rof. IVirce preferred j to hmu hia reasoning in regard lo the planet N*B- , tune on American il.ila, bo might easily have up-j peiiled to Kuropeali observations anil calculatorSS,...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

A speed of seventy-two miles an hour was attained a few days ago on the Gt. Western Railway. An Author's Mind; "A Bookful of Books," or "Thirty Books in one." Edited by M. F. Tupper, Esq., M. A. This volume forms the sixth No. of Carey & Hart's Library for the people. Pleased with the title, and particularly influenced by the name of the author who has affixed his name to the title page and preface, we obtained the work with the intention of reading it. But before we had accomplished the first half-dozen pages, we found ourselves turning over the leaves of the next one of the "thirty," of the next and next, and so on through the catalogue; until satisfied with what we could gather of the spirit and substance of the production by this cursory glance, we abandoned our original intention with the impression that if this was a correct picture of an "Author's Mind," said mind must unquestionably be a very confused, chaotic medley for which we had no sympathy or predilection. ...

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Some Account of the Curiosity Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

Some Account of the Curiosity Club. XSftjOT wilh ii«< r, bear with War, you'll find In league-. eliciiMve ami deft in-ive ydned. (J,>vfH«t.) | It is presumed lint no apolnpj need lie uttered lor iiiformiug ihe public of the existence of another club A iii"lie pit"tj rv-fli ciiuii n ill convince any one, hovvevn uppOst-d to f-ucialiMti and coiporations (bar ibe club' sTftskttfl ill perfect harmony with the principles of human nature and w iih ihe tpiril ami inclination of ibe tiincet ! Men of (similar tastes and occupations find ihe great en enjoy meal in the society of each other. Letel the ll.Sllftslllifts! am! iliflVroner* of inankind as you w iH ( ami instantaneous U there will !*■ seen lo l»e fornu <I , cluster*, ftVtmpl ami associations, jlie counterpart* of ihoar wbicb you had dtMroved. We conkl enumeiate j a Ion.; caiato_ue of clulw which have existed in former , Ifftl ftflsftftg oilier nation.", the histories ami (r_ditioim of which hftea com...

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For the Cambridge Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

For the Cambridge Chronicle. Mr. Schoulor said, that he was unwilling to pass resolves presenting thanks lo Gen. Tuylor, without expressing sentiments uf abhorrence wilh regard to ibe character of llie war. They were nol lo overlook the fact that the war was unconstitutional nnd wrong, and for the extension of slave.y, that it was inn infamous war. If ihe order should pass, he ! would piomiso gentlemen that their report should 'he accompanied by resolutions, pulling this war in its proper shape before the House. I Mr. Lunt said, that the gentleman when his • house was on tire, might just as well stop to express his reprobation of the crime of arson, before he attempted to put it out. F.very Christian mun understood thai war was an evil. He should bo ashamed to put his name lo any vole of thanks to Gen. Taylor, in which wa* a reprobation of the cau.se in which he had perilled his life. He hoped that tho Committeo would bo instructed to report immediately, but if that report should co...

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MUNICIPAL....City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

MUNICIPAL....City of Cambridge. Wkhmfspay, April 7.—ln meeting of the Mayor and Aldermen— The oath of office was administered to Joseph A. Dolmen, member elect of the Common Council. The following arc the Joint Standing Committees :— On Finance —The Mayor, Alderman Pnrwell, nnd Messrs. F-vereit, Rice, Valentino, Heed, nnd Hall, of the Council. Oft Accounts —Aldermen Hastings nnd Wood, and Messrs. Holmes, Whitney and Draper, of the Council. On Public Propetty —Aldermen Saunders and Mason, and Messrs. Melvin, Hunncwcll and Spare, of the Council. On Public Instruction —Aldermen Farwell nnd Sherman, and Messrs. Sargent, Dodge, Hooker and Whitney, of the Council. On Roads and Bridges —Aldermen Mason and Hastings, and Mes*rs. Coolidge, Valentine nnd Fifield, of the Council. On Almshouse— Aldermnn Sherman nnd Mnson, and .Messrs. Fverett and Kced, uf the Council, nnd one vacaucy. 1 On Main Drains and Common Sewers—Aldermen Wood and Saunders, and Messrs. Hall, Itamsay nnd Jennings, of the Co...

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