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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

1 . I Sunday School Concert. The Sllnilav .Scllll.ll coiineclcil iiilh ihe I'ir.t Univcraalim Sr.ciely in thi, t'ity, will five 11 Tniii-eil at ' their Cliuiel TIIUUSDA V E VKNINti of next j wcik, ij.uiiineiii'iii). pieiinelv at 7 o'clnck. To llioie who hate li.leiieil In the 'ninai.n; of ihia St-liunl, we neeil only nay, their n.nj'iii;' will be heller nu Ihia r,c--cn.ii,ll than ever liel.ne. The principal piicea lo lie aung are—llie " Coron.Mir,m uf ihe May fiilcen," hy 33 n hnlai a I llln '• Tivn Allara, or Heaihen Wi.nhip (•iiufnumlcil," by 30 Bcholar a; uml the '* Mny Day StUtga uu.l Choi uaa'ew," hy M acholara. A lew ami lluella by the School, anil it few .elect pieces by the Choir, will make up thu entertainment fur the afaolals First I piece to be aung ia •* Th • Conuintiiiii of the May- j Queen." Tickets In cover the expense*, 6. ets. ap 29—ta PUKE COLI> TTATBB. The arlvncalea of Tenipeinnci: meet every HON" DAY EVENING, at 74 ..'clock, in Franklin Hall. Main slr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

t Davy's Tatent Bummer Baker, ast Alt urACTUHED AND SOLD HY ' N. H. I'AIE, ■ Curnrr of N„lh «—J „„„• Camir.Je. ttrtctt, Ea., I ! CtmusrUgs. j rjllllS valualiln arliele for Summer u.e is made ul I i i' l '.l I'mi, sheet iron and tin. The par I iiursl i x ' p.i.e.l In 111.- aatiiHl .rf lual, ia of cast iron—tile la) j ami Ihiea ~1 i,„ and .h.el iron. The furnace is I'm - j nnhed Willi a ,ha»er that is opened anil closed al plu.aine, for the ailmis.iuii of fuel. When full I iii.iuiite.l n iiei|jl„ juai fifty puun.ls. and is |ir..viileil vtith llHlull, s tint make it (mrtable arrrl convenient. land easily laaaapd. It is warrauteil to k.ke a. - ! finely as a I.ink ..ven, anil it ia provided with accomi j miiilntiuiis fur b„ili llg , raaalia, aad lirniliur., ami will t l ba luuiiil tv iniet ihe ex|n-ctatlims nf tile |iuichaaer. I The piilrlu- aie respectlully iei t ue«li-d lv call uml I examine lot llirrmaelvea before purduulaa any llung ul - tile kind alee* lu-ie. Al.i, lin- IrVaabinßaa ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

$200 REWARD W HEKEAS several buildings li;ivu been recei.l.; •el un fit.- in Crtinliriilgu. a. is believed wilfully a,,, .1 innliciuiisly, l,y gttnt fttmtn or persons unknown, 1 UWARD or Two HONORED DOLLARS i licreby offered, |iiinuiint In nn Order ol' llie Hoard n ~, Aldermen pn.sed mi ll.e Hil, iu.innt.f,,- Mi.hevidenci r- a. will bad lii llie ili-u-clioii and couiiciinu 0 f a „y | v " dividual, uli., lint 1.t.-,,, at inriy hereafter ba eafafei ( j in selling on lire, or attempting lo set on fire, an I, building tvilliiu die rilv. * JAMES 1). (.KEEN, Mayor t Cily ol"Cumliriilur, Feb. 10,1«47. II 1.1 .1 itu. 22 ] ■ ( CITY Or C.i.'IBIUIX.i:. In .lie year grit Ihapaan 1 alfttl huu.lri ,1 ~nu folly-seven AS OBDDIAKCE, Establishing llie ISal.iry of Ihe Mayor of the fit of Cambridge lie it uriloineil bu the City Council of the Vit i- of QtttStfsfgt, us follows : " There Jr.ill hereafter be paid In the Mavnr of lh '* llie Cilv olCninluidra;,-, an annual Salary ol .Six Hun ) died I&am...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

AUCTION SALES. AUCTION NOTICE! t I f IlllE onilersigiied, (nf the firm of Roami & At.- , | R Lt.i, No. 8 Geutiul Whaif, Rnaioa.) Kaviaafaoao '■ | licensed by tints Cily, ns an AIJCTIOiNEF.iI, gives of, nol ice, thai he would he phased to Hllen.l tv the sale n by Ariel ion ol Real Eatale, Stoeka of Mercbandiaa, i Furniture at Divelling hniises, ami all ntlier desci ip- ' . liniiß uf prop, i ty, eilher lv this cily. Chat lc.lu.vii, ur 'd aaj pan uf Miihllesex Cnuniy. ay {}t <»r.lers left in his house, in Braille slreet, CAMBRIDGE, nearly opposite Apiiinn Way, or at , No, H Central Wharf, wbeie he may be I'ooiid, n ill be ■ l' r '"."P>l> a..e.1.!.-d .... y M . ALLEN. I Cambridge, F.-h. 9, IHI7. ,f ~J JOHN N. BAKBOUB, , AUCTIONEER fe commission mf.kciiant „ I ffO. IX STATE STREET, JSO^TON, ly R ill gin in-rsur.al iillrntinn lo Ibe tlhpnrul of Rr.At. jF.STArr, Fuiimturk, &c., at public or pi,vale I sale, iv Cauil.iidiic ami vicinit...

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POETRY. For the Chronicle. THE LONELY ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

POETRY. For the Chronicle. THE LONELY ONE. My henrt is worn and weary. For pleasure far lias Ml My thoughts are ifcih and dreary, Aud inkling with the dead. When Autumn winds were sighing, Willi mournful wailing sound. An I uithei'd leaven wero lying, Low rustling on ihe ground; A ray of glory fulling, I'pon hy briti her vhone, Tim smile of God whs calling His spirit lv its home. The Summer comes wilh bright nt*!, Wilh flow en nf varied hue; The aephyr mtiniinr.i lightly. 'Neath skies of liquid blue. The hint* their rands singing, Aro perched on every lmni;h; The streams, the white foam flinging, In joyous freedom (low. Yet this tn nil! in sadness, Which others view with ylee. What »iv(M to (hem bnt gladness, Seems mockery lo me. Yet I must |MOO me tm kly. And dry my fulling tear; Nor show the world how weakly My lonely lot I !>rar. Hill tliTe is One nhorp me, In whom I put my trust, When all who ever loved me Ate mingled with iho dust. b A. 1..

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MISCELLANY. "HOPE ON-HOPE EVER." BEAUTIFUL SWISS CUSTOM. A TALE OF A TURKEY. WASHINGTON'S NOMINATION. AN HONEST MAN. A GOOD STORY. The Way to Improve Trade. A GOOD STORY, ATTRIBUTED TO DUMAS: The Lady of the first Governor of Vermont. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

MISCELLANY. "HOPE ON-HOPE EVER." BEAUTIFUL SWISS CUSTOM. A TALE OF A TURKEY. WASHINGTON'S NOMINATION. AN HONEST MAN. A GOOD STORY. The Way to Improve Trade. A GOOD STORY, ATTRIBUTED TO DUMAS: The Lady of the first Governor of Vermont. BY BISHOP HALL. Mary Howitt, who has s"t forth the ndvniilnge* of hope in one of her «xcel'ent little works, oughl to have known a character whom we have read of in one of onr late Liverpool papirs—a num, with whom Hope seems to have been I positive ninnnmnnin. We have heard of sn-h a thing as " hoping ugain*t hope," nnd the individual in question appears to huve been one of that class of persons prone to indulge in expeelalions sufficiently sanguine to warrant the application ef ihe quoted expression. An nged man who deck-red bis profit!* aion to he ** poetry*' presented himself rerently to tho Mayor of Liverpool to complain lhat the Relieving officer of the l'oor house would not advance him two pounds to ennhlc him to redeem one ihou■and copiea of ve...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

WOOD Ik 1111.1., Km. S .Mil .1 Ht.rTt.nl K.w, rotubrldttr, (Opposite tht, l.nw Hiiuarl ,) Wlllcoil.t.ulljr keep nt ,oval and .uiitrtiilsll as.iirlin.iil o WEST INDDA QOODS An.l GItOIKKHS, a. can 'r. fount] In thi. city or ƒ— Boston.- which they offtt to the public on n-tutoirsble term.. XT t1,,,,,!. rlrlivarcil lv any purl oI lU. city vtltltool extra 1 Aiara'aa Woou. 101 l Oa.m Hsll. I>K. ». T. BTEAKNS, DEMTIItSTj Corner ol I 'tturl tst.ll llawnrd Street., UOKTON. Kntrsircc- Flr.tiliiuri,n rlilil In Huwnril Btreet. Ie 11 ' , C. V. 11.M.1.KY Al CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL UE.IJ.KKB IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, No. UU llano,, r Street, Hoston.. ( fell 25 _____ ~ "(JII ASE'S DACUiERREOTiYPE ROOMS, Jvo. 257 IVathington Street, Hoston. Miniatures taken singly or iv groups, with or without color. I'erl'ecl salibructiun gllt'ii or no charge. fjet- I.lkeiierraesof eliililren taken ul uny uge. Instruction eiiiri us the Art. 3 ... 11. 11. & 11. F. FULLER, Counsellor...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 April 1847

CONSUMPTION CUKED ax HH. DAVIB'H COMPOUND BYRUI* WILD CHERRY AND TAR. ON MY WAV BAST FROM HOME, Fadacal.K, I. February lul, 1 waa sits, led -111. . »|g|,"', ,',' " crossing ills mounts ns, ft wss so sev.io ih.i 1 „' 1.,*" in» business. Alltlle rccroilei , 1 it mr,., ,1 lo PlituLiJlTl ' when Mwrs/koklastia, Colli i. i Co. in. UK IIAVIB' SVhTJP OK Ivvllß tjiIkBUYAND Hu Ilavlrr. liv.lii... in siisuil to, ssd with lh. lnciißiV.,l.. ' .lleriilTii, absence Una, Home, 1 could" not take' ll rVsul. "{t or vs. ttis tirouor attention to thr re,liuen dlrecled f fe11,.? I real bent lit, however, lion, latin, vart ol s burn* » usriisii, r.HftW, ,nd enabled ,„ . t S,tvm"\ j,,,,,"", e „„„" Iternai.liii ihe minima,i,., I was eluijsed .0 aiie.eriLi.7.. which renewed .lis snack with irestly liicr..!J,l SSSO"* lollowed li, . harraaatn, c OU »li. |W«S«St%: ens. snd heavy n1.,1 .west., ,(,,„ coutluu.,!"iV ."»"„" '"j in) ua..a.e down Ihs river, 11,.1 eve,. Uaic J , W „J" '{' °* Hers ly soaked Willi iuol.t...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1847. NUMBER 1. 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 the Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to 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, MAY 6, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. From Chambers' Journal. THE HEROIC WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. From Chambers' Journal. THE HEROIC WIFE. When the revolutionary tribunals were established in 1793, Monsieur Duportail's name was ono of tho first which figured on the list of thoso suspected, who wero to undergo trial, if the formula gone thiough on such occasions could be called such, and which so quickly sent its victims from tho Conciergero lo the scaffold. M. Duportail hud many lilies to proscriptions, among which might bu numbered his being steward of Ihe royal farms, and an upright, honest man. He had been married about three years to a lady he had brought from Martinique, by whom he had two children; mutual ntfection und all the happiness that wealth can bestow, centered in his household when the Reign of Terror commenced. Having fortunately received intimation of iho threatened danger, ho quitted his dwelling a few hours previous to the arrival of the revolutionary emissaries, and secreted himself in the house of an old domestic in the faubourg". The sam...

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The Man that killed his Neighbors. FOUNDED ON FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

The Man that killed his Neighbors. FOUNDED ON FACT. BY L. MARIA CHILD. It is curious to observe how a MaY*a Fpiritual state reflects itself in the people and animals around } him; nay, in the »cry garments, trees and stones. | Reuben Black Bras an infestation in the neighborhood where he resided. The very sight of him produced effects wniilar to the Hindoo magical tone, called Rang, which is said to bring on clouds, storms j and earthquakes. His wife ?eemed h an, sharp and I uncomfortable. The bends of his boys had a brisii ling nspeel. as if i'.'uli individual hair stood on end I with perpetual fear. The cows poked out their , horns boriy.onlilly, n« froon as he opened the barn- ! yard gate. Thsj dag dropped his tail between his , legs, nnd c\ cil him askance, to see w hat humor he ( wns in. The cat looked wild and scrngcy. and had ! been known lo tush straight up the chimney when ! he moved toward her. runny Kemble's expressive 'description of the Pennsylvania stnge-bcrse was exac...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

I The Young Prussian.—Frederick, king of Prussia, one day rung his bell, and nobody answer- ■ ing ho opened bin dour and found his page fast ■ asleep in an elbow-chair. lie advanced towards, and was going to waken him, when he perceived a letter hanging out of his pocket. His curiosity prompting him to know whut it was, tin took it out and read it. It was a letter from ibis young man's inothur, in which she thuukrd him for having sent her a part of his wages to relieve her misery; and ; finished with telling him that God would reward I him for bis dutiful uiVoction. Thu king, ufter readi ing it, went back softly into his chamber, took a bag full of ducuts, and slipped it with thu letter into the page's pnekeL Ueturuing to thu chum- ■ her, hu rang thu bell so loudly that it awakened I the page, who instantly made his appearance. " Vou hive had a sound sleep," said the king. The page was at loss bow to excuse himself; and putting his hand into his pocket by chance, to his utter astoui...

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THE NEW VOLUME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

THE NEW VOLUME. At iho commencement of the new volume of the Chronicle, we would uguin remind our readers, und the public, of tho object and intent of the publication. It is to furnish to tbe citizens of Cambridge v periodicul which shall convey to them regularly un account of nil that ia transpiring within ttieir limits, of public interest and utility.— This is our Jeudiug feature. And on no other cun v newspaper in this City be founded, at present. This must be apparent to ull, for the reasons stated last weak. The only question with uh is, which [« ihe most effectual method of rallying the great body of residents lo our support? Wo know of no better one than this—thut ull who are now subscribers, should hand the paper to their neighbors, with a request that ttmy would examine it. In this way, we should find an introduction into many families, to which the unexceptionable moral tone of the < 'hronicle and ils freedom from all political bias would give as a weekly welcom...

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The Study of Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

The Study of Statistics. For several years pn«t the subject of statistics j has attract! d the attention of the wisest statesmen and scholars of both Furope and America. It i* less than a hundred years si ice tho value and importance of statistical infornation first began to be appreciated and extolled. Ia 1749 Arhenwall first gave to statistics a name and systematic form. F.ver since, it has been steadily advancing in the estimation of (he learned, until it has noyv become a science containing in itself fixed and certain principles and embracing an unlimited field of investigation. It has assumed I position of unquestioned eminence among the reasonings and inveitigations j of statesmen, philosophers, and nnturalist*. It lies j nt the basis of political economy, and may be said | to be the foundation and test of alt the piinciples . I nnd applications of that science. Modern hittory j cannot piogress a step without the aid and nnction of statistics. The geography of a country i- a t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

For the t 'hroniclc. *Yi ir In rr nt ion for raining 8hip$* J&ncMofi ,/n '' fiffu-f yanderont bodiat sunken in tbr xoaler. .Mr. F.ditor, —Allow me to ask the intention of those of your renders who aie interested in the progress of .science to the brief dencriplion of »'> invention now under the process of completion. I will give you 1111 nocomil ol its origin and denign as 1 heard it from the lips of ihe inventor. Jt was during a recitation in .Natural Philosophy nml while the scholar was explaining lh« mode of raising bodies sunk in the water by means of rftt.rU fillfd with air, that the question arose in the mind of the lencher, " why could not the same result be accomplished by laining vessels filled wilhnir?" Following out the train of thought stijrge*ted by this query, ho nl length arrived ftt the following conclusion ; that if by any means he could ejpcl the air in a vessel already sunk, he ivould gaiii'nll thn power for rlrrafiug nnd avoid all the force...

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For the Chronicle. THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

For the Chronicle. THE CONCERT. After the favorable reception given by the public j to the second concert of the Cambridge Musical Association, we trust it will cease to be tbe reproach of the second ward of our city, that the standard by which the value of a popular entertainment is judged, is ihe price, and that 'tie most plensing instrumental accompaniments for ihe voice are the banjo and tambourine. We had th*? good fortune to be present to this society's first concert, and at the second which comprised the vocal pieces of the preceding evening, nnd an overture and trio by tho orchestra, ' The state of the atmosphere was not favorable to singing, and we noticed a hoarseness in some of ihe lending vocalists, which, in addition to the raised . pilch of the piano forte, made their tasks more difficult. The breaking of the violineello threw a ' damp over the opening of the concert, and deprived ' its owner of a favorite instrument. We were so well pleased wilh the brilliant overture...

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For the Chronicle. TEMPERANCE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

For the Chronicle. TEMPERANCE MEETINGS. Agreeably lo the notice in your paper of May i .id. the fi lends of temperance met at their hall ou Monday owning April 2(ith and the question pro- ' posed ut the previous meeting, "is it not the ' bouudeii duty of all the friends of temperance to ' be awake on thin ffma subject, " was brought forward and a fie* considerable discussion without Liking any question on that subject, it was urnnimously rotctl, that in view of the fact, that those who are engaged in dealing on! lo their fellow men that which not only unfits them for the performance of the duties of life, but is the moans of filling our almshouses, j.iils, und other places of confinement with their wretched victims, have petitioned the city authorities for licenses that ihey may still continue the business of liquor selling for ihe Public (iood, thut ihero be v eoiiitniltee of five nppointed to get up a reinonsltunce ond use their best endeavors to get the signature of every citizen...

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MUNICIPAL City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

MUNICIPAL City of Cambridge. Tn in si> ay, April 2!).—ln meeting of the Mayor nnd Aldermen— A couuuuiiicution was received from ECpliruim Buttrick, I-Mj., counsel for (he city, in the case of A. B. Mu/./.ey and others, ou appeal to the County Couiiuiaeioners, concerning the Austin Street Muiu Drain; read aud referred to the Mayor, with full power to settle the costs, allowed by the Court. Charles W. Tyler aud Jesse Fogg gave notice of their iuicution to build on Broudway,—and requested that ihe line of cuud Broadway may be defined, and established; referred to joint committee on Roads and Bridges, with authority to employ a surveyor to ascertain the line of said atreet. Sent down. Came up concurred. Petition of Hcrvcy Davis, that a street may be laid out and opened near bis mill ou ihe Brighton Road. Referred. „ Order of the Common Council, that the election of Tjttifn'aj •»«•. 'a., .Uo •<*.,«..,. ssjns* L* -I;-,.....-*a ..1.1., it being in the opinion of the C...

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