ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Cambridge Chronicle Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 457,205 items from Cambridge Chronicle, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
457,205 results
THE SPY OF THE MOHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

THE SPY OF THE MOHAWK. BY WILLIAM CAMPBELL. Who has not scon the beautiful valley of the Mohawk. As the iron horse draws the; long train, now winding uround the buse of some lofty hill, and now almost suspended over the foaming waters of the river, the traveller, seated at his ease, and looking over upon the varied beauties of the shifting scene, can have but un imperfect ideu of the toils and trials of those who seventy years ago traversed the sumo vulley. Then, days und weeks were occupied in passing from Schenectady to Llien. The old-fashioned keel-boat was forced up against the rapid current v\ ith greut labor; und when the river wus swollen in the spring, the navigation was even considered dangerous. And yet, in the old Trench ■ war, a large army, with all its munitions and equip- ' age, passed through the valley on its way to the ' western and northern frontier; und in the revolu- ' lion the hold scheme was devised of sending a di- ' vision of the .American forces, intended to...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Lineal Descendant of Wallace of Scotland. SCENE AT THE COURT OF SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

A Lineal Descendant of Wallace of Scotland. SCENE AT THE COURT OF SESSIONS. Just now, while it is fresh in my memory, I wish to jot down a rather amusing scene, in which one of those pen pons juiors, who know everything, nnd nlmnst dnvo the court, the witness, nnd their fellow-citi/cns in the box, to their wit's end, by putting innumerable questions to every one called to the ptantl. got hit off to | nicctv, by nn original character, suit! ns one often encounters in the strangely mingled crowd of human life which whirls nnd eddies in such n city as New York. " Otiicrr call Mrs. Barbarn Wallace !" said the District Attorney ; and in n few moments the lady elbowed her way through the crowd, and made her w:n to ihe witness' stand. She was a fat, elderly Bcotca woman, yvilh n face like the full moon in a fiosty night in December, nl! studded over with ' carhuni let, nnd to which a cloak of flaming Me--1 GrtflOf tnttain impniti d sin h nn additional : warmth "f color that it amounted to ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
INVOCATION TO SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

INVOCATION TO SPRING. Wherefore, wherefore, gentle maiden, I>oot t.if.ii lingwr on thy way. With thy vernal lieautics laden, Still thou scemest to delay* Tliee, the wild bird's song is wooing, i Pensive on the leafless irrc, f Silver brooks their way pursuing, , Murmur earnest word* for thee. Come w Jib all thy lovely treasures. Genial siinl>eains, gentle showers. Come wild newly wakened pleasures. Sweeter for the wintry hours. - Glad shall be thy welcome hither, i Tlioni;li thy presence must lie brief, I And thy fairest blossoms wither, * And the forest cast its leaf. , Yet afar in sombre distance, ' Now pale Auiiimn seems to stand, ' And the joy* of new existence, • Nature's birth spread* o'er the land. ' I rcnuiularr, I remember, When 1 was a child tf play. Life bad then no drear DvttttW, But was one continued May. I Autumn* da* s were days nf gladness, . Still ns fresh flowed life's young title ; | Not a scene was tinf-ed with WLnmWn%\, . Though sweet natur...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Crying Sin among Young Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

A Crying Sin among Young Ladies. i \Ve commend the follow, ing sensible extract from from nn address delivered before the Newhuryport I'emale High School in December Inst hy Rev. A. P, Pea body, to tho careful perusal of our readers, both young nnd oM : ".Nearly nkinjto these offences against goodgiamninr is another nntasttfnl practice, into which you are probably more in danger of filling, and which | is a crying sin nmong young ladies.— I mean tho ( use of exaggerated, extravagant forms of speech— j saying splendid Cor pretty, magnificent for hand- j jeomr, horrid or rcry horrible for unpleasant, im- j mense for targe, thousands or myriad* for any ( number more Ihnn ftco, Were I to write down, for one dnv, the conversation of some young Indies of my acquaintance, nnd then lo interpret it liter- j ally, it would imply that, within Ihe compass of , twelve or fourteen hours, they had met with more ( j marvellous adventures nnd hair-brendth-esenpes, () and passed thro' more distressin...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. The following details aro as strange as they are true.—ln the neighborhood of Gloucester, a young lady of highly respectablo connections has experienced a series uf reverses in the cause of the heart's best affection seldom equalled. A gentleman of some station in society became by accident, acquainted with the maiden to whom we allude, and their nfTection becoming reciprocal, a day was fixed for their union which was to huvo taken place in the city of Gloucester. Agreeably with this arrangment, and as ihe match was a desirable ooe, her parents parled with a lucrative business in the country, on xvhich she and her mother lived in respectability and comfort, nnd went to Gloucester, intending to settle. The duy for the celebration of the wedding arrived ; but, alas ! the bridegroom came not; his parents had peretntorily forbidden the match, and he was already, by their connivance, on the sens, bound for Jamaica. A letter reached ihe poor girl, but lo confirm her ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

Statement of the amount collected iv Cumbiidge for the relief oj tht ttiJJ'eiert in Julai-d and Scutland. Rev. Mr. Albro'e Society, for Ireland, $133 00 M Newell's » ** 179 00 Estes Howe,from individuals " C5B CO Christ Church collection, " 67 21 Sub. from Mem., " 60 00 127 21 Baptist Sue, Ward 1, '* 44 CO *• for Scotland, 10 00 CI M Rev. J. I'.W.Wure'sSo.for Ireland, 197 00 for Scotland, 100 198 00 St. Peter's Church, for Ireland, 34 00 Key. J. W. Parker's So., H 0,1 M Key. A. B. Muzzey's Society, " 30 00 Key. Mr. I.ovejoy's M for Scotland, 50 41 Methodist Society, Wurd 2, for lieland, 20 13. First Universalist Society, •• W 31 | Thomas Dowse, " 30 00 Rev. Mr. Steam's « " 308 14 forScolland, 8 00 316 14 . Rev. Mr. Perkin's " for Ireland, 76 69 Third Congregational " » 108 00 \ for Scotland, B W US 00, Second I'liiversulist " for Ireland, G7 D 3 j Melhodistllpis. So., Ward 3, '■ 16 52 for Scolland, 23 Co 40 07 FnosKeed, for Ireland, 20 00 £2,142 13 After deducting eleven dollars pai...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FREE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

FREE CHURCHES. The plan of bidding churches for the poor ori-ii-nated, we doubt not, in the best of motives. We do not, however, believe in its policy, unless, it tuny be, to take the vesry dregs of society, which " nre to be found mostly in our large seaports, nnd bring them together for the purpose of " levelling them upwards," and to act merely as the introduction to our bouses of worship, where the pooi and rich meet together. If there he any place on God's footstool where all classes ought to meet on n common Itsvel it is in llio church consecrated to * Almighty God. The building of cosily churches ' for the rich, and "free churches " for the poor, tends to widen the distinction between these classes, when one grenl obj'-ct to be alluiued slinulel tie directly ihe opposite—to make all feel that we are of one common family, nnd should be living for one common aim, so that together we may spend nn eteniily in that * l bett'T country." The following is an extract from a discourse ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE FOLLY OF EMIGRATING FROM NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

THE FOLLY OF EMIGRATING FROM NEW ENGLAND. To the young man full vl' energy und hope, just ; entering upon the active duties of life, oilier states | nnd sections of ihe couulry seem lo oiler the fairest i inducements nnd lo promise the highest rewards, j The student who has just finished the study of his I prufes-non, sees the places of honor and emolument j lilted by men id' ei-lnbrished repulatioil, nnd is disheartened at tho long interval which must bo com- - passed before he can succeed or compete with the foitunate o eup.tnis ; the young mechanic is persuaded thai in his own City, or lown he would . wholly f.iil of securing the extensive patronage which yields such handsome returns to his employer; the Young merchant despairs of forming a profit able business acquaintance in the neighborhood of eoinincreiut houses, whoso credit and in-tej-iity have long commanded the Undo, To each I of these, tbe attractions of I new country, or of v region not yet peopled wilh so many busy com...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
For the Chronicle. A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

For the Chronicle. A SUGGESTION. .Mr. Editor.—ll If. ti mry gotiornl remark willi slrtingors—mill wilh thorn., too, who tiro mil iiiuny mill's ri.|iiini.|| I'h.in „ur |>li-:iramit Cil) —lhat in no i.lhi-r plnoo of tho MOM |iii|iiil,'ili..n nn.l wraith, is llii. tiii.tr. for MclasLutrCsl iirtiliiti.i'l.ire, wilh pas. i i.r.l*ott*or iwo I'Mi-piioiiH, n |~..„ij iiMinfist n. . i»ths Cltj ..r CunßrWf*. i:,.,ih, "tin-, r-tsf 1 '"' : ' " ,r " v ll """' - u1„,,'," ,r net, „|„„i„ii, ""'' *■« ii »■i ins in nn. ilj.it tin i in,', I*. Il"l it i- ii'H 1....,, r.irl th.m n f.,,,11. |law is . it, that one of the largest, wealthiest, uiitl DK»t bo- I I nevolent societies, i" uur beautiful City, enjoying, ; too, as almost every one will testify , the minUtrai tionn of» man hardly second to any in |be Stale, , in point of learning, eloi|uence, und piety, how b it that they cannot build to tho Lord a sanctuary which shall be an honor to his name—a lypl Of l I that upper " mansion," ami pf t...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

Correspondence of the Cambridge Chronicle. WiaHUQTOir, Ifcj ft, 1847. Sir,—l have spent part of an (veiling at the ** White House " with the President and his lady. I was so fortumitn as to be accon panied in my journey from N<-w York by a gentleman who was well acquainted with Mr. Polk —indeed 4 was a college classmate. lie offered to call with me upon the President and give me an inloductiou. Of course I accepted of the offer. There is nothing striking in the personal appearance of Mr. Polfc, lie looks like lie lithographic picture which one sees in the shop windows, only h" is not half so wolh'sh. You liiow they gave him the appellation of ** Voting KcAwj " —and lof course tried to make a itrlklng retemWtOfti to the old 'mi. Hut there is no us* in putting the Hon*! lkUl upon any other animal '1 here never was, and probably never will be, hut one Andrew Jackson. I have made a visit to the Patent Office. This is a beautiful building, boifl of fre'stone and mar- ' |,|c—is...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. Prelude— [-'migration — Lireu,i %—. The Jnmrn/ii.'.'.i. lie. ton i. nCily.nnil an ii 'I'ho ono i. full ofinrulent anil lif.'.ihi. other comblnM some features of n City wilh Ihe quiet ..I 'ihe .iiiinlry. Il I. il tl it.- li'll.iilli that in.'.|> mads lII.' ( ill , anil 11 ill I Qo. inai Ii ■ tie town, li I, ii in. thai,,, tha eosotn '• i' l ' iiaiiiii' i- Ms. mole oi ii H . bsatn- i.r . in,in,ii. IIM li..minimi, ..I 1.,,. 1 ~,,,1 ,|,al i„ lilies piles ..I In i.k .uul iin.tlai, the wi.il, of iiinn'l do- vice, nbouiiil. Beloie the tread of masses of men, ! what wus once the country looses its simple und primitive beuuty, becomes transformed and moves ion, even us the bee flies before ihe march uf civilization. Am OU who loves both city und country, the former wilh its crowded thoroughfares, its ever moving multitudes, and stirring news; tho latter 'wilh its quiel und repose, ils waving mantle ol bright green, und the home of the pale lily and ihe crims...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

Some years since; there might ho seen passing from Boston to Cambridge, at a very early hour in the mornim:, n young man, who from his appearance, one would suppose was lotally indifferent to the opinions of the world with regard lo his prison, but from other circuiiiHlauccs that ho was nol so entirely regardless of his chat i" t<>. He seemed lo be wholly absorbed in one object, nnd that was u-mk. Conlinually employe'el, his business requiring him to be mi his fat, and in the streets, he' soon acquired ihe cognomen of" elailvinn A." Some fhoughl it hard work in all kind of weather lo be going freuu house to house delivering periodicals, which work he followed up so closely ; but he coiisjelered all this Mey-tCOI /,-. Sometimes he would work himself into | fe-ei when be witBOaaod ihe meanness exhibited by some whom he supposed too htv.y to work for nn hone.l lit-dittoed. With regard to himself he would say, ** Nn ! let me ■ rl ' I oi.iy oak toward proportioned t...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MUNICIPAL.... City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

MUNICIPAL.... City of Cambridge. MiiMt.u, May tOth.— In meeting of the Mayor aud Aldermen— Pttdions Prtaenttd —of John P.illfugei Jr. and five others, concerning of planting ul tree, on Bnmdwuy iHivveen PrOOMOI und I'ltil street*, read uutl l.titl on the table —of John Mcl'inber, for (he purchasu of cci lain poilioii of ihe old Alun*hou-.e lot*. Kclened, aud sent down for concuneuce. Came up eoncuned. of Thomas nml fix others, thai Winter street nniv be uctcplcd, US it public highway. BcfelTCil, ami m-uI down lm concuneuce. Came up concurred—of Heivey Ihivis, mid thiily others, that Washington street may be laitl out from t*M weeleily lermiiiatiou of thu same to Norfolk street. Btfeiretl, and sent down for concurrence. Came up cone lined. Notice of intention lo build by Kbeneaer Fogs and Gcrne Putnam on Gore street, ami by X IL Stevens on Flni utteel, were received. l.'ointininicalion I'ioui the City Marshall concerning the dangerous condition of a private way in Warel 2, called Mas...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

II aii va nn Cni veh sit y.—We preceivo by the catalogue just pub! is bed, that there nre connected wilh ibis uislitntioii. Graduates—U tlmologicnl studenls, 102 law stud. Ills, Hit student*- ntteiiillo--inedica! lei lores. l n raoUeal glßttoaltHi Fmlergrailuates—72 seniors, ~>l juniors, 82 sophomores, titi freshmen, nnd .'> university students; making 303 graduate's, and 272 undcr-gruduntes; totnl r>7f>. lv ihe course of the Mat winter, anangments wen- mad'- by the govcimeut of the I'iiiversity for the or»anizalion cd* an advanced school, in which il is intended lhat instruction should he given in llie vatious branches of exact am) physical science, ami in classical learning. It is to be termed ihe Scientific. School, and the instructions are- to commence with the next academic year, August 27, I 1 - 17.

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Fourteen day* later from England. —The steamship Caledonia, Capt. L G. Lott, left LiverDOOI April 20, and arrived m Huston at 10 o'clock, A. M,, May 6, iv a passage; of 15 flays. Biead-.tu.fs, with large arrivals from all quarters, maintained an advance, and a heavy business has been done in wheal, flour, aud Indian corn. Arrival of the Jamestown at Cot k.—Ship-of-wnr Jamestown, under ihe command of Captain Forbes, laden wilh hreueUluffs antl provisions for ihe relief of the distressed Irish, which left Boston on the 28lh March, after a splendid passage of 15 deTTCj arrived at Coik on the I2lh April, on her missietn of mercy. Tins BIOCtOJI of this noble expedition, thus far, is highly creditable to the experienced nnd skilful oliicers of the ship.— Says , MM Liverpool Times: — " A meeting of the Cork District Railway Coin- ; mittcse was held on tho Lllh, when a requisition was promptly prepared, calling on the! Mayor to summon a meeting of the citizens, to devi...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

Tmf: Iv l:l.n;[(irs Anmv kbsahich in Nl;w Yon k commenced on last Sabbath evening, and aie to be tonliiiucd through this week. The si'riiinn before the Fvrrign Bwutftlical Sueitly w a preached en Sunday evening liy llev. Mr. Kirk, of Hoiton. The nnnivcrsarj of the Pi ed>ylcrian .Misnionar y IluarU was held on the (tame evening in another churrh. The annual Keport plated that the receipts during the past year were $05,fi2H. Hi missionaries and Itl female assistants had been sent out during the year. I>r. ltushnetl of Hartt'oid [iriarhed an eloijin nt discouisu on tho saino evening in behalf of tho Jlmeiican Home .Visfionai y Sari* t\j. " In his opinion, (says tho N. V. Tribune,) if we could spread useful knowledge so as to resist for another 50 or 100 years the downward tendencies of emigration, our position as v nation would lie more august, more happy than that of any other people—but slavery must be got rid of—we must return speedily to a slate of peuee—and s...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. Battle or Cehho Goiido.—An important engagement between tho American troops under j General, Hcolt, and the Mexican urmy, has taken place. General Santa Anna hasugnin been defeated in a pitch battle-—live thousand Mexicans have been taken prisoner, umong whom are v large; number of Mexieon ollicers, including General Vega, who is once again v ctiptive. The mum battle oeeured on the lHtli, imd resulted iv the complete triumph of tho American urma. Camp near Plan del liio, April 18—4 I'- Al. Outnumbering Gen. Scott's force materially, and occupying positions which looked impre-gnuble us Gibrullur, one after another of their works huvo been taken to-day, five generals, colonel* enough to command ten such urinie* us ours, and other officers innumerable, huvo been taken prisoners, together with five thousand men, und the rest of the army driven and routed, with ihe loss of every thing, ammunition, baggage train und all. Nothing but the impo-isibility of finding a ro...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SPLENDID NAVAL VICTORY! [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

SPLENDID NAVAL VICTORY! We have received intelligence by tins arrival of (he Caledonia of one of the most splendid naval victories ever nchieveel under ihe American flag. Tho uecountH say that the U. S. Sloop of-Wur, Jam lstovvn, Commodore Forbes, on ihe 12th of April, made a gallant attack on tho cily of Cork in Ireland, which resulted in the unconditional surrender of the place lo our bravo tars. This pisstige of tho Jamestown was so -lion from this country thut the city came nigh being taken hy surprise. We learn that the appearance before the cily causi'd great excitement among the forces of the: enemy. und that ' Rear Admiral Sir 11. Pigott despatched au officer, to see if any immediate assistance was laualteeL' Tha alarm w s rung by 'the bells of Sli.inilon" and of tins ' Cathedral' nnd ' a requisition was promptly prepared, calling on the* Mayor to •Maroon a meeting i f the citizens to devise measures for thealluek.' Il was subsequently agreed to attempt to carry the ship hy ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

PosTOrrtCK.—lncrease in tho revenues nt a few of tho principal post olliee* for the quarter ending the AIM of March, IMI7, ns compared with the <|»arter ending the 3IM of March, IS 10, under the operation of the net reducing the rates of postage. faff WW for the quarter: Albany, New York, ttaf Annapolis, Maryland, $543; Baltimore, £3118; Boston, £1,508; Buffalo, £5(12 ; Cincinnuh | PLMSO; ColumboH.Ohio, $1,375; Lexington, Kentucky, $33;); Louisville, £737; Lowell, £537; M.icou, Goorgin, £300; Newark, New Jersey, IWI| Norfolk, £«3<»; Philadelphia, £3,7.17 ; I'lMshurgh, £«H4; Richmond, Virginia, £1.22; Si. Louis, £7jt ; Savannah, £714, Wilmington, £40ti. 1 he* comparison of the above olliee.., nml ihiily °r forty others, indicate nn increase of the revenue* "f tho department for the year 1847, over that of lite yenr 184ti, of a little over 17 per cent. We aro satisfied lhat the nhovo statistic* will nfloril r-|,.,,( pbui*ure to the friends ol' the low pn*,n ge .y...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847

SUMMARY Astounihnij Fait.-Sixty million* bushed* of bread stuffs say* an English paper, ure uimu-illy cou-iumed—uye, MM than consumed—converted into intoxicating poison by tho distiller* und brewers of Great Brituin, while ueven millions of her poor are starving for bread ! What B tale of tho 19th century. Whut I harvest of crime will be gathered from this poisoned seed I Humane KrroHT.— Tho Secretary of War is endeavoring to arrest tho abuse from which the Indians have so severely suffered, and has issued regulations of v stringent character, prohibiting, according lo law, tho introduction of intoxicating liquors umong the Indian tribes. , Slave Property.—A Kentuekian published v tabular stutmeut in the Frutikfort Commonwealth which showes that while from the year I HI 1 to 18-10' inclusive, the number of slaves iv that State increased 10",729, the valuation of the huuio decreased .£7,305,7-11. Grant Thorbtirn says that he nnd his wife have lived together upwards of forty years, an...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
x
Loading...
x
x