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Meeting of the School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

Meeting of the School Committee. April 12th, 1847. The School Committee and the Teachers of the Public Schools, met at the llurvard School House, in Ward 2, agreeably to the vote passed at the last meeting of the Committee, fur the purpose of holding a conference on the subject of having a Teachers' Institute in this city daring the month of May ensuing. This subject was freely discussed, together with other matters relating to the Schools. The Committee also held v session for business; the Mayoi in iho Chair. Air. Aibro presented the request of Mr. Daniel .Mansfield, thut Pellon's Outline Maps may be furnished to his School Referred to Sub-committee of Ward 1., with authority to furnish said maps, if by them deemed expedient. l r vted, That it is inexpedient to hold a Teocl*ers" Institute in Cambridge during the month of May ensuing. Adjourned. Ap&il Uth, 1847. - 'Hit: Committee of 1846-7 met according to adjournment—the Mayor in llio chair. The School Returns for 1846...

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

Latkh from Knglanp.— The packet ship j Washington Irving, from Liverpool, arrived Sntur- : day morning. She brings files uf London paper* I to the 25th, and Liverpool to the 26th. The Washington Irving brought 6 cabin, and 190 steerage passengers. Immense quantities of breadstuff's were daily arriving at Liverpool, and the different ports of Ireland, from every quarter. In Ireland the distress is beginning to be felt severely by the trades people and the middle classes. In hoiih) sections of the country the tillage of the land seems to be very generally | to the difficulty of procuring seed, and the apprei hension the produce of the land will be swept away by the landholders for rent. The committee of the Rnlish Associalion for the relief of distress in Ireland and Scotland, reported on the I7ili nil., that the sums received up to that day, amounted to 240,000 pounds. The corn market has been buoyed up by purchases for France. Consid'Tiihle quantities of flour wete bought up for thi...

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SCENES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

SCENES IN IRELAND. Ehhu Durritt recently made a journey into Ireland to ascertain by personal observation, the condition of the people of that afflicted country, nnd the scenes described in his " journal," as witnessed by him in a town at tbe South part of the Island, are truly heart-rending. ".Mr. Uuriiu is a competent witness, and his testimony shows that Americans must not relax their efforts to save their fellowinen. He says thut his own observation and the remarks of others, have convinced him that one hundred dollars worth of food from America would bo ns valuable as two hundred dollars in money; and thut clothing, shoes, &c, however old will be the next seasonablo donation to food.'* A few paragraphs from his journal we publish below. Skihhereen, February 21. . * * * Or. Donovan culled al 2 I*. M. and we proceeded together to visit n lane, of hovels on llie opposite side of the village. The wretchedness of this liltle mud-city of the dead and dying was of a deeper...

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

Latest from Mexico.—The brigade of Gen. Quitman was to leave on the 30th to attack Alvarado. The gun boats and small steamers were to escort him. It was the intention of Gen. Scott to push on towards the city of Mexico. One of the editors of the New Orleans Picayune, Mr. Kendall, writes that Santa Anna had arrived at the capital, and was desirous for peace. He had put a stop to the revolution. CAPTURE OF VERA CRUZ. - The U. S. war steamer Princeton, with Com. Conner on board, arrived at Pensacola on ihe 4th inst., and the Pensacola Gazette of that date contains the following intelligence : — The Princeton sailed from Vera Cruz on the 291h ult., and brings the intelligence of ihe reduction of thai city, with the Castle of San Juan de Clloa, and their entire unconditional surrender to our arms. March f> —Disembarkation of troops commenced. Kith—lnvestment of the city completed. 18th—Trent lies opened at night. 22d—Citt summoned to toirrender; on refusal, Kffin morhirs opene...

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

SUMMARY. Our Riciifs art. not or tiim Wonmv—The Eclectic Review for this month sny!,-— "Our Right Rev. (HftOftftM of London has consecrated M>o diuretic*, and receives a fee of £ lfiO per clmrch, producing dCT-tOOO. He also bail, thereby, tho dHpnsal of filK) living", each of them worth, on nn nverage, -C2iV> « jeni !** Mortality amono §ftft_|_Jl. The NewYork Courier nml l.nqnircr state*, on tbe authority of n arriimn by I>r. \'mton tlvit, from tables accurately nnd carefully complied, il is ascertained (but elrvmi-aixtt'tMithei of thorn' who follow the sea dm by shipwreck. The average death-* annuall) among ilus much neglected claaa h eighteen ibousantl, and in Winter nlnnn tw-cntv-fivc thon-cmd pet illicit by shipwreck on tlm coast of New Fngbind. THI MA I* ft ft Unik. Ii ia at.itid that ninny jof the loiiiiiitft on the Van Kcn«<<cl,tt<r minor land*, j nre punh.i-iiriji »■»« liile to the properly ihev ocucpy, ■ l $2...

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

There is a story in the pipers that some adventurers in the North river, have fi.hed up 14 bars of silver and a box of jewels from the wreck of Cupt. Kidd's vessel; the whole valued at #100,000. The Journal of Commerce states that a Southern merchant pledged himself to support twenty colpoteurs if the American Tract Society could find the men. The men were found and he has consented to support them for four years, ut an expense of not less than !? 12,000! The month of March just past, has been (with the exception of March 1843,) the coldest within ten years. The Mills in Manchester, N. 11., manufacture 500 pieces of Mouslin de Laiues daily. The papers of Washington Allstnn are in the possession of Mr. Dana, and it is understood that he has been for some time engaged upon a memoir of the life and works of that great artist. During a season of great religiousdeclension, an aged deacon was uked whether ihe church lo which he belonged, was united. " Ah, >es," replied the good...

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

MARRIAGES. In this city, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Benj. J. Lane, Mr. Seth A. Gay to Miss Dora A. Mumler. On the 11th inst., by the Rev. G. W. Parker, Mr. George Denton, ot Newton, to Miss Lucy A. Locke, of Cambridgeport. In Newton Corner, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Henry C. Vose, Mr. Josiah Davis to Miss Sarah G. Chamberlain, all of Newton. In Charlestown, Mr. Charles N. M. Lincoln to Miss Mary A, Shattuk.

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

DEATHS. In this city, 8th inst. Maria Procter, 3 yrs 5 mo. In Newport, R. I., April 1, Josiah Crocker Shaw, Esq. in his 81st year, a graduate at Harvard University in the Class of 1789. In Cincinnati, April 4, Dr. Noah Worcester, in his 36th year, a graduate at Harvard University in the Class of 1832. In Quincy, Illinois, March 11, Rev. George Moore, Pastor of the Unitarian Society in that place, in his 35th year. He was a native of Concord, Mass., and a graduate of Harvard University in the Class of 1834.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

JOHN PEAR, FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, State Street, in rear of the Universalist Church, Ward II COFFINS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. CAMBRIDGE MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. A Meeting of the Association, for rehearsal, will be held at the Vestry of the Rev. Mr. Ware's Church, on MONDAY EVENING next, at 7 o'clock. A full and punctual attendance is requested. 3m THOMAS G. RICE, Sec'y. Davy's Patent Summer Baker, MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY N. S. CATE, Corner of North Second and Cambridge streets, East Cambridge. THIS valuable article for Summer use ia made of cast iron, sheet iron and tin. The part most exposed to the action of heat, is of cast iron—the top and flues of tin and sheet iron. The furnace is furnished with a drawer that is opened and closed at pleasure, for the admission of fuel. When full mounted it weighs justt fifty pounds, and is provided with handles that make it possible and convenient, and easily managed. It is warranted tn Imke ns finely M a brick oven, nml it ia provided with arcommod...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

TO BE LET, fWIVvO Ho_»n on Ur*SM street—rem #150. A One House on Putnam street, containing ten room-, wood-hoiirte and stable—rem $800. One lloui-c on corner of Main und Crmi streets, (now sKWtpiO- by ihe subscriber)—rent !»_5O. One lb.use on OroH street—rent 9116. Al*", a number of Huu»* lots for sale. Apply ia EDWARD BROWN, Jn. Ctui.bndgepori, April 15. CIENTLEMCM LIGHT BOOTS.—Just reW reived, v good Ht-aorlinenl, which will be sold ut k>w price*, hy NATHAN RUSSELL, .Ik. ap 15 No. IKm hards' Block, Caiubi idgeport. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. APPLICATIONS will be received until the fifteenth day oi April next, for llie office of Superintendent of Streets in said Cily. By order of the Mayor and Aldermen. • LUCIUS R. PAIGE, City Clerk. March 22, 1847— _w CiOAT AND PANTAI-OON HAHKHN r WANTED. —Warned iuiu.edi.it. ly, lour good Coat Makers; _Uo, fnur Punliiloon Makers. Inquire at No. 3 Harvard How. up 8 WM. KIMBALL. OMNIBUS NOTICE. MAIN NTBKKT LlVli AN Omnibus will slail fioin WlLl....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

$'_00 REWARD fyiIKKKAS several buildings have I wen recent.y sel on fire in Cambridge, as its Iwlieved sj ilfulty and malicioii-ty, by some person or persons unknown, _ REWARD OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS is hereby offered, pursuant to au Order of the Hoard of Aldermen passed un ibe Bib iiißtant,f>r such evidence j as will lead to thu detection and conviction uf any individual, who has been, or may hereafter be engaged I in selling on lire, or attempting lo set on fire, any i building within the cily. JAMES D. OREEN, Mayor Cily of Cambridge, Feb. 10,1847. if f. I (No. 22-1 CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. In the year one thousand eight hundred and fur ly-seven. AN ORDINANCE, Establishing the Sulury of the Mayor of the City of Cambridge. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City ! of as follows : There shall hereafter be paid to the Mayor of the thf City of Cambridge, an annual Salary ufSix Hundred Dollar*, in equal quarterly payments of One Hundred and Fifty Dollars each J which hIihII ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

AUCTION SALES. SH_R_F_*'S SALE. Hißßiaaas as. Bank 20,18.7. TIAKE.N on Execution, nrlti lo be anlil at I'ulilie Auction,on .SATURDAY, llie Iwenlv-fuurlli ility .1 April ntrxl, at th.fee oVl.uk, I. flt .', HI Wlimeluon- . Hotel in West I,'miiliridgf, in .ai.f counlv, All Ik. right, in ripiily, which AMOS RUSSELL, of \Vi>i t'l.u.liii.lji.e, i„ ,ni,l rounly, had, on Ihe 11th j.il..y of NsrvtSßSlstr lu.l.vsheii llie same sh« nltMClieil ou I Heine p...™-.,, to reeves, llie lolloping dcanihcal I " PB*w " c; '' Ut—lS. I" wit :—The Emm wluv.e l.c l now live, ami wns willed to said Kuis.'ll liy Alno. I Kusrrll, ileri'iasri!; also, Ilin Ilownaan Lot, so e.lk-d, ! ml.i xingioo, lonveyed liy GeawfeQ. T.ul.iU to raid J Rassf 11, A more pnrlkului- dctiipiion will be ([Wen . ut llie nail. LEVI PARKER, Diimly Sheriff, m 25—31 AUCTION XOTICKI THE swalsffalaaatl, (of the firm ofßoßiss & AlLBS, No. 8 LVnl.i.t Wlinrr, lloston.) luivingtieru jlnen.eilliy tin. Cily, n. an A UCTlOfs...

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

POETRY. For the Cambridge Chronicle. BUENA VISTA. Behold, on ltuei.it Vi-iu's fruitful field-, The huppy swain, lha crescent sickle wields; Willi cheerful voice, the geullu Udlock guides, OVrftn)! plain, or on the mountain** bides; Contented wilh bis lowly lot, lie dwell* In peaceful solitude, in verdant dells; And every thought lv hit, Cie.ilor tells. Hut bark 1 what sound upon llie hiecre in borne, More aweel than lOftg ofbir.l nt daylight'• dawn, Or like the iihii nnir of some distant sticani. On which the golden Fiinhenina ever gleam 1 The bugle's note, by Echo brought from far, As swift ns lightning's flush, or falling star, Vroclnhns the near approach of lion id Wur. Still nearer now, the sound of battle comes; The thrilling truiiipcl, and the rolling drum*, The trump of steeds, nnd iread ftf armed men, Disturb the silence uf that peaceful glen; While brighter far, than gorgeous stimuier shies, Wbiih Irin, with hei magic pencil dyes, The waving banners ever fall and rise. Now ...

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MISCELLANY. PREVENTING A WEDDING, OR THE FATED PANTALOONS. CULTURE OF FLOWERS. YOU HAVE AN INFLUENCE. A PARROT STORY. USEFUL RECIPES. Give Your Boys a Trade. SINGULAR IF TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

MISCELLANY. PREVENTING A WEDDING, OR THE FATED PANTALOONS. CULTURE OF FLOWERS. YOU HAVE AN INFLUENCE. A PARROT STORY. USEFUL RECIPES. Give Your Boys a Trade. SINGULAR IF TRUE. An old gentleman of London, incrcli:tni in Bn-li Lone, had an only daughter endowed with great mental nnd physical chnims, nnd possessing evcrv faculty ciilcnlated lo ploaseyiind delight. She had besides a fine dowry. She vviih ultaelied and engaged to a young vi.-iii in her own rank as well situated as herself yvith the world, nnd worthy in all respects of her loye and the happiness he promised himself. The preliminary urrangenicnts were made, and after having heen postponed two or three times, the marriage was positively fixed for Thursd,.y 15th April, 18-—. Tho preceding Monday, the young gentleman who ought to have received ,£lO,OOO sterling as dowry on the day ftf his marriiige, nnd _l»,000 after llie death of Itix father in-law who was far advanced in life, h;id with his beautiful betrothed one i of thos...

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post-Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, April 1, 1847.- [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post-Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, April 1, 1847.- Persons calling ft* thestc Letters, will please say that ihey aie advertised. Arkersou John Hull Henry B Adams Samuel XV liigulis Offtftft R Arkersor. Nancy Jewett James Vl.tms Irwirhar Johnson .Mersy , Alrues A F F V Jennings Joseph I.arbour James 3 Jenison Mary I. Itemus Chatles Josselyn Lewis Itrown Mary A N Judkins Klizu M Bird Cordelia Kidder Kentry Bennett Clark Knowles Horace W Barker Calvin P Kornan & 1$ minim Boitrdinuii Andrew Kimball Charles 1* inn.•..;.!;. William I*. Knowltoo 0 Bowman F Kerman Put Barnard Frederick G Kelly Daniel & Co ! Maker Fr.tstus Kendrick Rufus I Butcher < icorgo Keene Peter C ; Bird Henry W Knight Sylvester j Briant James Kendrick Daniel ! Bracken Ltirenu Luih Isaac j Brown Abby \V I.ane Laudsford ; Buekiiiim Caleb l.add Willurd | Hates William F Lewis Q A I Battelle Mary C Lynch Catherine Bragg William Lovejoy A S Baker I'amelfft Love M...

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post-Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, Mass., April 1, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post-Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, Mass., April 1, 1847. PeUons calling fur these Letters, will pleaue say (hut 'jtey are advertised. Adams Asa P Kimball & Marndeu Allan Miss (for Mis* Kittredge J U Sutherland) Knight Samuel W Andrews Adaliuu lauuglord John Austin Benjamin Landiv A Badlum Mury Ann LftOa Mury A Baker Lrastus Law John Bartlelt Mary Ann Learned S F Bancroft Benj J.ehuu D Barnett Cutherine I,earned G F lteggin Win Lenox Charles 2 Belcher Mrs Leatho Francis Bends Caroline Let- George 2 Bigeluw Sam C Libins James Birchard Llizaboth Loring Mr Blake Abbu M Lovejoy Fzekiel F. Blake Philip Lulhrop JiimesJJ Blake Fleanor Lunt Jouathaii Blake Wm 2 Mason Win T Black Win T Martin Phebe S Blake Sarah X Martin Joseph Boynlon Federal 2 Mealvay James Boynton Josiah Mead Sam O Jr Bowman Francis Meaban Rose Brown N M Mc(.'oskie James Brown John L (care of McFurhiud Joseph Francis Brown) Mclirath Patrick Brannun Thos McfJirr Andrew Brown George W Mc...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

LUNCH-Q^ r I^III ; , anbsirribcr rriiuns ttin benrty ibanks lo bin friends and the public, for llie very libeuil patronU<" they have extended to him, mid woulil aho inarm tin in, that he may \*e found, as tuoiul, at tho "Old Stand," Corner of Main \>t. nnd Brighton Howl, Coder JoaftPH A. lloi.mf.k nnd ('o.'s Store, ready lo nimver their calls in a prompt and satinfact.uy ninuner ins TABLES ARE fcrnisiild at all HOCKS OF lIIF, DAY, yviTit itt TUB vaimkTV Tltr MAUN I 'i' AFFORD*;, and no pains will be apnted lo suit the puliitrs of Ihe City epicures, or the wauls ot the Traveller. Oysters, served up in every variety of style, or sent to any part of ibe cily ,al the lawcsl pi ico, ficn of expense, 12m Jan. 7 D, STONL. J. H. Sl J. P. THAYER, Mo In Hired. < iiinlni.lu. imrr, *\'c<t of Munroe e\ Coo/,-'-: Store. iioisr, a N D SldD P \i nti n<; , <;haim.\<;, t.L\/lNt; ( feu, rAri'iiiNfi DoNF at IKOftT notk r. in I...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 April 1847

OLD LINE. THE Cambridge, Cambridgeport, and Boston Omnibuses start from Cambridge at every hour half-past every hour, from half-past 6 o'clock, A. M. to half-past 7 o'clock, P. M. –Also an Omnibus in at 9 and pout at 10 luilllin.lenry hi, ill, llaiiii i a t'-ua.i . i.vi.i.k A IH tsSki.il' .. „_1 .; „i.. I, ~L I' 8,1 _. 1 I .C ' " U»U|(\. HI, t_Tlll I I ■ uVhn i. ' OSaJbai in tl tt _ud out at to FARES. From Old Cambridge to Boston, 7 tickets for . . . . . . $1.00 From Cambridgeport to Boston, 10 tickets for . . . . . . 1.00 Unnil.riil,,., Jul,,, |«, )8_ ■' "1-.1-B. N i: W LINK. lit- »li tt I. II oi. I ell, J lie hue nn.l 4 t> > t >s c every u.ur ir i i.... X ft U ■ N, Prom Old Cambridge tv Do* ton i ticket* To* at un " " " " shigle Titre ~ 15 " " " lony lie It et a |Jn From c„iiiiirl.is,(*t>ort to Boston ten tickets for 1 un " " " hlnitte fun- ifj m 7 THOMAS STEARNS. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS STOKE. WILLIAM KIMBALL, 1) RAP Eli *V TAILOR, Aw. ...

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