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Meeting of the School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

Meeting of the School Committee. Tuesday, May 4. The reguh.l Monthly Meeting WB « held this .lay at the room of the Mayor and Aldermen. Present, the whole Board. Mr. Livertnoie submitted a report, concluding Brits, the recommendation « that the Dana Hill Srhool be discontinued after the close ol (lie present term." ']'].<, report was accepted, and it was Ordered, That ihe Sub-Cumauttee of Ward 2 be directed tv carry into effect the recommendation contained in said report. Voted, That the Sub-Cornniittee of each Ward be directed tv furnish Mups und Globes tv the Middle Schools, ugtceubly to the recommendations of the repitrt of the Committee on Geography, submitied April 21. Mr. Albro, from the Committee on ihe ventilation of school houses, submitted a verbal report. Mr. Ludd was added to the Committee, and the whole Biltiji-. i iruimimmeat. A communication from Sir. R. O. Page, requesting that certain circulars may be furnished for the use of lliu school, was referred to ...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

POLICE REPORT. Mulhcw Ileyward, Jr. was fined for obstructing Main street, Ward 2. Thomas Smith, was fined $10, and costs for being drunk and disorderly in Ward 3. Willium Wiley was sent to iho House of Correction thirty days, as a common drunkard, Ward 3. Cuthurino Wiley, Wife of said William, being Ihe weaker Msttff, carried to much suit, missed stays, and grounded for three mouths. Kelix Tolbert, a minor, was ordered to keep the peace for three months, for an assault on a little *,■«-■-

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

Ladies who may be thinking of new bonnets or dr*.**«B, wilt do w«ll to call on Miss Taylor, nearly opposite the Cniversalist Church. Mum street, before completing their Spring purchases. Her assortment is such that they will probubly find it not necessary to look farther. Cainbridgeporl has two first rale Hard Ware .S'/uirs, which obviates the necessity of builders nnd others going to lloslon for articles such as are usually kept at these stores. We go for encouraging rWif industry, and waitr* talent! P. I". Chamuehi.in keeps next to our office, —and J. M. Ki'ssEi.i- S.10RY, may he found opposite the "Old Lino" Hourly Office. Story's knives are fiml rale, of which wo have proof positive. Those in want of Hah or Cap* will read Wm. M- Shute's advertisement. An Lxtensive SStory.—A gentleman writing fiom California to •.ho editor of the St. Louis Reveille, says his slock consists of about 4000 head of oxen, 1700 horses nnd mules, 3000 sheep, nnd as many hogs. They all pasture themselves...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

SUMMARY. lv China, the greatest honor a sou can pay to his f.ulmr is to present him a haudsoiue cuflin which is nut into the best room, and shown to viaiturs as a mark uf filial reajtect of die son! Il is sup.HJsed that litere were ._50,000 bbls of flour in Detroit, at the opening of Navigation. The number of foreigners who have arrived ut New York the present year is 23,024. There seems to lie great animal slaughter going on in Kail Itiver. On the morning of the 22d inst., the (reels were louad strewed with deatl and dying doga, of ull qualities and values, tv the number uf over fifty, who had been secretly poisoned. The next night a dog or dugs " belonging to some person or persons unknown," made great havoc among tbe sheep of the ocighlioihood. The loss of five tanners is estimated at #174.— Advertiser. Tlie Chinese begin .he day about half nn hour before midnight; and divide it into twelve hours, each of course twice na long us ours. They keep no aabbaib, nor is there any eviden...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

MARRIAGES. In Cambridgeport, on Thursday evening, by Rev. Thos. Whittemore, Mr. Edmund G. Lucas, of Boston, to Miss Lydia Ann, daughter of the officiating clergyman. In Cambridge, on Wednesday evening, 28th inst. by Rev. Mr. Newell, Mr. Daniel U. Chamberlain to Miss Ann Maria Stimson, both of C. In Boston, May 4th by Rev. B. I. Lane, of this City, Mr. Joseph G. Coolidge, of C. to miss Emily only daughter of Mr. N. Griggs, Esq, of Boston. "Be sure your right, iben go ahrad, 1 ' ia a good motto ; and we ihii.k our friends were not far from ng hi when they sent the generous .dice of cake, nnd a year's subscription for ihe Chronicle. Now we say, *' go ahead •"'

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

DEATHS. In Camlrridge, on Sunday evening, Sirs. Hepzibah Barbour, 75. In East Lexington, 3d inst. ("apt. Billings Smith, ' 50. ' Iv Kboi, Persia, lately. Prince Mourad Ali, lite 95th son ol Feth Ali, Scbah of Persia, who had 10-t cbil- ; dren, of whom 39 are still living. Ou the decease ot his father, in 1831, and the accession of AMms Miriu the eldest con to the throne, Mourad Ali left the Court of Persia and retired into one of ihe provinces, wliere be lived in I comparatively bumble utile. He was a man ot a cultivated understanding ami employed biiuscll chiefly in astronomy. A lew years ago a treatise on the prognostics of the weather written by ' him was published at Tauris.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

A CARD.—The Bunker Hill Engine Co. No. 2 of Chin letdown, will accept our hearty thanks fur the abundance of good things which they verved up for us at their house, after tlie fire in their City on Friday night lust. NIAGARA No. 3. iii 4—it* of Cumbridge. Sunday School Concert. The Sunday School connected with the First UniTersalist Society in tbia City, will pive a Concert at their Church on THIS (TIWRSDA V) ETKNINQ commencing precisely ut 7 o'clock. To those who have listened lo the sinking of this School, we need only auy, iheirsingiug will be belter on this occasion than ever before. The principal pieces »« l** aaaasj t»r*. — the •* Coroiimloit or tlie May Queen," by 33 scholars ; ihe ** Two Altura, or Heathen Worship Confounded," ley 30 acholars; and the " May Day Songs and Chorusses," by 36 scholars. A lew .Songs and Duett.-*: by the Scliool, and a few select pieces by the Choir, will make up the entertainment for (lie evening. First piece to be snug is " Th" Coronation of the...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

I [No. 23.] CITY OF ('AMIIHII)GI.. i lathe yem one tbousuud eight hundred und forty-seven. AN ORDINANCE, Repealing Certain Ordiuauces. , Be it ordained by the City Council of the City as* Cambridge, as follows : That an Ordinance fur the appointment of Surveyors of Highways, passed .May 11, 1846, and au Ordinance prcßiriliiniF die BBOtst of appointing c.erluin City Ollicers, | -,| May 18, 1816, be mid the bumti hereby are repealed. In Common Council, April 29, 1547. Passed to be ordained. ' JOHN SARGENT, President. In Board of Aldermen, April 29, 1847. Punned tv be ordained. JAMES Et. GREEN, Mayor. A true copy. Attest: hi 6— 4w LUCIUS R. PAIGE, City Clerk. NOTICE. MY wife, LAVINIA TODD, having left my bed | nnd board, 1 hereby forbid ull persom, harbor- | ma or irusiinv her on my account, as I drill pay no debts contracted by her. DANIEL TODD. Brighton, May 4, 1847. 3t* ICE! ICE I! rrtjHE Subsciilier ia prepared to deliver Ice in nny I purl nf Ward 1 and 2, of the City of Cambridge,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

rrillr. COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existI mi' under ihe brio ol MUMtOK U COOK, expired by liiuilutiuu this day. Tlie business of the firm * will l*_ at tiled by either of tbe l-CJWribsjn. who are auiboii/.vd tv use tbe name of tbe fir in for dial pUrpOSC. WILLIAM W. MINROE, \ JOSIAII W. COOK. Cambridge, Apt il 1,1847. 'I'lf- tiuhttcribt-r having purchated of Jonah W. Cook Ins pari Of tha a tuck in traile, Mill rooiioue tbe W. I. Goods and Grocery business, at tbe old stand, wliere he would invito v contiuuuncfi of the palruuuge m llbariHl bcslowed on Mitt late firm. WILLIAM W. MUN ROE. a 1 6w to anoocßS in Cambridge. BENJAMIN SIMMONS gives notice to the Grocers of Cumbridge, tlutl ut bis establishment, on J tbe turner of ('holes and Cambridge strtttx, COFFEE jis roasted and grouno exclusively for Orocers— laud it is done in ihe most perfect manner. He does \ not trade iv lliu article, consequently Orocers can i!e- -| i peud ou receiving ibe same iv return that is receiied ' | at the m...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

AUCTION SALES. t AC€?TIO.\ NOTICKI - riUIE undersigned, (of the firm of Robins & Ai.I I.KM, No. 8 Central Whaif, Boston,) having bssM licensed by this Oily, as au AUCTIONEER, gives notice, that he would he. pleased lo attend to the sale by Auction of Real Estate, Stocks uf Merchandize, ■Mirnittire a Dwelling bouses, and all oilier descrip- ( lions of property, either in this city, Churlestuwii, or L . any part of Middlesex County. \ t Syr Orders left at hia house, in Braille atreet, c CAMBRIDGE, nearly opposite. Apinan Way, or at No. B Ceulrul Wharf, wliere be uuiy L_ found, v. ill Ire promptly attended to. J. M. ALLEN. Cambridge, Feb. 9, 1847. tf JOHN N. BARBOUR," ■ AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT jYO. 78 STATE STREET, s BOSTON, Will give personal attention to the dia|>osul of Hi a i 6 Estate, ri'HMTli'Ui:, &c, ut public or privnte j sale, in Cambridge and vicinity. Any orders It-It ut his house in Franklin street, or at the stoic- of...

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POET'S CORNER. SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

POET'S CORNER. SPRING. I love the Spring's awee! influence.— Fair BSjßSjsa it btings to view ; II (piickens every durmunt sense, Aud kindles hope niievv. I love its brooks nnd liny rills, Its rupid (lowing stream*-, Its balmy winds from southern lulls, lis genial sun's warm beams. I love its chryettil skies serene, Its clouds of fleecy light, Its velvet carpet, ull so green, lis early flowers so bright. I love its mild refreshing showers, Restoring nature's bloom, Rcmuntliiig all hr-r happy bowers, Long bill in winter's gloom. II cheers the heart, though ncVr so sad Its poor experience be, And makes each thought und feeling "lad Wilh iIH own gaiety. It swells the soul's deep fountains o*cr, Though all its springs be low, And tells of future joys in store For those who eonow now. ■ The Spring, tbe Spring, the joyous Spring, I love its inlluencc sweet, Ami warmly thus its praises Biug, And thus its presence greet. Jmuill Journal.

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

Thn writer of Che iiilluwinfj li.meM nn.l Mriiiliiri.rwiir.l pmm. Mr«. Lorke, orl.n\vell.i« Hie prop* POeM" of Hint u.wil ol'lnil, nml she Inkea llie rinril M her nnl.e I'rom IhinE* j around her. We rend liei unlmt-s wiihiiivnnaMeiilv.i-urp. , — Home Jourt.al.

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WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

WOMAN. Woman, loiting, toiling ever, Heedlefs of ihe world's regard ; For tliine own, or for tby iieighboi, What, alas, is thy reward I Toiling day nnd night inecssnnl, Mid thy household mirth or nail ; Wilh tby slight frame worn and feeble, And tby linn ftps pressed and pale ; Reckless of tby morning hhuidier, Soothing grief :uid southing want, Ulcusing childhood, age and manhood— F.vcr, ever ininislrant. liv tbe bad of pain and anguish, Where niuu's sterner spirit quails. Watcher wilh the Stars of midnight, Failing nnt when all hope fails ; And c'en yd still firmly silting, By thy silent, shrouded dead ; Kneeling calm, yet low and hopi lc*.--, l-'or tbe shadow o'er thee spiead, Ait llu.u not as man heroic, Though DO wrealli tby brow entwines ; Though thy inline be written, ne.er, Ou earth's fail and gilded linee I Art thou nnt as man heroic. Toiling though iv solitude ; Wilh tby meek heart asking nothing, Hut approval of I lie good I Arl thou not as man heroic, Bending not 'ueatb ...

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MISCELLANY. Medicine and Surgery of the Chinese. DEPEND ON YOURSELF. REMARKABLE MEMORY. A DARK JOKE. A CURIOUS SPRING. THE ASCENDING BALLOON. THE GARDEN. A DISCOVERY. WEAR A SMILE. WARMING BEDROOMS. The Importance Of Minute History. USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

MISCELLANY. Medicine and Surgery of the Chinese. DEPEND ON YOURSELF. REMARKABLE MEMORY. A DARK JOKE. A CURIOUS SPRING. THE ASCENDING BALLOON. THE GARDEN. A DISCOVERY. WEAR A SMILE. WARMING BEDROOMS. The Importance Of Minute History. USEFUL RECEIPTS. Of nnaloiiiy nnd physiology Ihe Chinese physicians are nhnost ulleily ignorant; and their hooks on thcae auhjeela contain .onto strange notions. They Rtippose thai the human lioily has livepiin-j cipal passages, all meeting ill the cenlre; aiiillhat the fond goes through lliu heart illlo the sloinach. In practice however, ihey are much more piolicit'iit lhan in tliooiv. The pnople nm generally pretty llfallhy, nnd there is no gient call for phj suiaiis. \Yhon liken •ick, ihey will atop cnting, and go lo hed, and generally aoon re. over; Inn If i|„, plan ,|„,,, ,„,( tsMSSSd, tli.-y call ill n t1,,,!,,,, i,.|| l l]MI ,|„, symptoms, nud inquire huw long il will lake, ami what it will cost to cure them. A luirgnin i. bm_4 with the dnctor, wh...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

CAMlirtllM.l. Furniture aud Carpet Warehouse. WHITS BY, uk.ickktt a iii,, lliivt- ciiiit-tttnlly for Hale nt tlii-ir spacious Warelioiise, near tlie Colleges, v vt-rv t-xli-ii.ivi- aHsoiiini-iit of FURNITURE, Huri-nutt, Tallies, lli-ilsli-atle, Coinlii-s, Secii-Uric-e, Chairs, Looking fIISMIH, H>lllgSlSSlll. Ctaoks, 1-hi > l.aiiipß, A,, CARPETING, Three ply. Superfine, line. Fainted and Straw, ■Stair Carpeting, Rods and Fyes. FEATHERS, HattraaaaSi Feutber lleds, &c. &c. &c. (Jt>- All Bf Whkfa will be sold low. I rll'i-Hlri.'. Kefriiteriitorsi conatiinUy on h.iiul. uov 19 bin WOOD *- llAl.r_, Num. 5 it ml 11 Iliir »iir«l Itovv, i iiiulu iituc, {Oi'l'o-.llcthcLiiw Hchuol,) WiUconxtiiiilly tUH_B_aa |o_d Hiul tfciui ,il-in to*-oi liuciit o WEST l: X P f A. CQODS Ami t.K(H K.ltlliS, tin cun he found iv ihis city or in lloston,- which they oiler to Ihe public nn rviisoniililr li-niif. rrjr tfooijtsiiclivcicd iv any Bart ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 May 1847

NEW YORK. HAST, HATS !—CAPS, CAPS ! The subscriber illlorilia Ills Irli-ittl. ,„,| publle. ||„, fern:: 1 s B*__r_*sr_ 1K..11 M.ilt-kl.l MAIS -~ vtrr >ti|i. rlitriuli, ~, M," '',"' HAT, t.i Hie reilueeil urice of S3 111 .- Pre, b, _~l_ii T^ 11 »■.,,-,.> evlra Mole, kin for, J .„,„.,- M „ ,'„',,' ,",;"'.?'''" "' r mi Niilr.t lin lor »:1...n. an.l H„, Ktilra Kir ai! * M ~ ,Km ~ . ?J>«™-» ''-. SMITIf. r.!,U1,e»,,r,. li-k lllock, ncur tin- Universal \1,..n,._, ii .! HATS, CAPS, GLOVES,M"iEm*S. M C_rM, O S*Ui-. T y If In nnv Instance the above do£ not ■iv___.i . .< !,',.;:;;::.,!'" l8B » •"" •"'"»**■s«Sffi*w?_j > S_: HATS nnil CAPS Inatlt- lit urtlor tin.l warranied lo 111. OLD LINE. /Mil P. I'iiiiilir>ilge,l'iiiiiliriilgi-|iiirl,iiillloaioiilli, lll i| I aim I from I'iiiiil.i tiler ill even hour itntl l,„n ~„", ,'''" " It" it .in linll Intel li O'clock. A.M. 10 liull iin.i ~', t" P P.M. tnt.l until Distil, sin-i-i, lit. i,...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1847. NUMBER 2. The Cambridge Chroniclec 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 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, MAY 13, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE DISEASE AND THE CURE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE DISEASE AND THE CURE BY SILVERPEN. Baron Thrashem was ono of the very wisest nnd profoundest lawyers on the judical bench; to say nothing of his extraordinary research amidst such ethic doctrines as relate to the'origin of evil: to say nothing that these doctrines were always slated by him so precisely and logically, thut the minutest link iv his chain of causation never showed a flaw: to say nothing that he had espied the very topmost bough of the goodly tree of sin, and dug down (in bis own opinion) nearer to its fur hidden and obscure root than uny other man; to say nothing of these things, hn so viewed all reformatory law for crime as twaddle from tho humane school uf philosophy, that bad be hud his own stern will, every statute and every law against tho criminal should have been burnt, antl repluced by those two very tangible and summary processes for curing evil— the halter and (he gibbet. Thirteen years ago this very next Lent-term, ihe baron had gone ...

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