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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

SUMMARY. A writer in tbe Knickeibocker, Stuart Perry, devoted several pages to prove thut iho 1 _cilic Ocean id tho source of iho i-uIP Slruum. Ho thinks that tho Pucific rushes under ground, through tho Isthmus of Panamu, (lha Pacifiu being lb" feet higher than the Atlantic) by meuua of tho tlucs of exhausted volcanoea. I)jcvv Dhoi'b. —Wby, Uncle Dewlitlle, bow dow you (low ? Dow come in, und rent you v Utile while, dow; how dews tint llummh dow ? und what ia ahe dowin vow, and dow toll us ull iho newa. Come dow set up to tho luble uud dow us wu dew ; dew help yoursulf, und dow lulk some, and uot make mo dow all iho talking, fur I abuu't dow it. Now dew auy something, dow. An odjutunt of v volunteer corps being doubtful whether hu hud distributed muskels to ull bis men said—N All of you that uro without arms bold up your hands," Tho fifth exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association will luko place ut Puneuil and (-tuincy halls, commencing Hept. 15lb. . Aid ron I...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

Whiskey Doimui —The Clinton Republican hays that a man named Stewart, in that town, killed his wife ! In jail, a few days afterwards, ho cut his throat with a piece of an old glass bottle, ami not quite succeeding, knocked his head till il was a jelly, against the stones ! The blood bubbled out of his throat, and in two days ho died. These were the doings of l\'hi*l<eij —which thousands of I are not ashamed to sell to their fellow men !—Cincin. Chron, Intended Rising ok the Mexicans. —Letters from Mexico state that plans were laid before the battle of Hucnu Vistu for u general j rising of the Mexicans in the captured places, to | act in concert with Santa Ana's strong cavalry force, ! lifter the latter hud defeated (Jen Taylor. A letter from MutumoroH from one of tho Massachusetts regiment says —** The w ifo of a .Mexican who was concerned in (he affair, disclosed u few days ago, that a list of eighty Americans residing here hud been made out, and tliey were to be massacr...

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

DEATHS. 11l Ihis cilv, suddenly, on Tiresilnv last, Mrs. Maria ] D. Hills. wife ul Mail,' Hills, Esip, aa,, il M. Funeral (bis iifterilivnn at It n'clock. 11l Ibis cily. lliib in.l., ot consiiiuption, after nn ill- j ties, uf IS weeks, Emma Cordelia, tottuccst child uf I'eler Maikinlosh, Esip, 17. lv I'orlsurniilli, N. 11. May 12lb. Met. Martha C. ! Cnllon, lined 12 tears, wile of la-onard Collon, Esq. Also, Mm. Salome Bigelow, aged SO yearn.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

HYDRANT NO. 4. An adjourned mectine nf the llvdrant Engine Co , will Is- held nl their House on Thursday, May 20lb, al 7 1 2 ii'cluck I. M. 11. F. lACOBS, Clerk. run: 00—) « ati.h. The advocates of Teui|ieiiince meet every HON. DAK EVENING, al 7.J a'dank, in Franklin Hall, Main street. Ward 2. l'ro|a'r ipu'stioils ale disi llssed, fails relaled, &c. &c. Tbe question In la* discussed neM Monday Evening is Ihis :—ln whiil inaniii r can we liesl prniuulc tbe cause ol Temper,un e. up 22 —ta JOHN I'l. IH. ir.YEit.ii. i\viih:nr.ih'ES, Slnlr Si i,al. uir.'and the liiiiar-rdi-l I Inn. 11, War.l II Oaasjina MHMaa at short tstrtt v.. M , , I WILLIAM HE\NEWIXL. hkmm in W. I. Goods At Family Groceries. 1 'nm brt iter S | reel, l.st-l < uin bridge. Al.so—All Kindi of School Baafltt me.l in Ward 3. (*3~ (Jood*. delnoreil in nny part uf ihe Cilv, without extra charge, (im* —in 20 LEWIS C. SWETT, Cabinet and Chair Maker, In the rear of If. I. Chamberlai't's Ilartl...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

[ft* It.] | 3 " MTY or CAJTOBIMK. lv the year one lhoii sU ii.l eight hundred midfurty-ecwm. AN ORDINANCE, BfpOsUni C-OrUlo Ordinances. //.' it Ordained by iht C,hj Count tl at the City if Cambridge, v /,.// u ■__.„ . That im Oi.lm.tiuc l.»r the appointment of Surveyors of Higl.uaw, | (U , Kl ,| >| ay Ui , suij aml . (|1 U|(|i . OMOnprescr.bm, the mode of appoiming certain Cily Olhceis, pnued M„) \*% Ihlfi, bn ami llie OH OOTOI.y are rep. ~1,,!, In (.'oiniiiini Council, April 29, IHI7. I'asseil tv i,!,!;,in..1. . __, . JOIL\'sAR(;K.\T, I'roi.lenl. lv Moar.i vi AUnrmoo, April 29, lisn. Pnoond to ba nnhinwf, JAIIU D. OKLL.N, Honor. A true ci.jy. Alton) : mfr-4w LI'CIIJS R. PAIGE, Cily Clerk. WATERMAN'S Kitchen Fiirnisliiiii; Wan-lioojus, IS'os. K3 & 85 < ornhill. Ilutston. The place for all on the eve of housekeeping, and thuhe alm.tiy established,'to procure every thing appertaining to the Kitchen JJcpartment, of the best quality and at the lowest pr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

j EDMUND O. _UOAS, 3l!> llu.liiUKton Htrt-et, amtrttssm, U,Mll'l.|)U. X lea.c- l„ ,„.i„. il„. M i„„ „f ,| K . I.mlii. O? OUBfarldfP, 1., hi. i,„ a ~„. :iii.lrli..ii-,-„l,ii; ,i 8TO&W lli>.\ \1.1.-<. iiillBO.NS a,i.l FLOW |;|(H, conipii.ilM coliritd, FLORENCE. CHINA PEARL, RUTLAND, BIRD'S BYE, ENGLISH, KICK PEARL, OEVONS, DOUBLE UK IIDB, .iii.l ;, large nuieiy ul Mias.a a.i.l ('liil.lt, mfg -Sti.ttv tluilHCtii. Rich Bonnet Ribbons AMI I ,i in li :„,(| Yi.h rit.m ARTIFICIAL r_OW £ B. S IN GREAT VARIETY. We km nU, rcivnllv nricin.l art .li.. Havre packets, new nn.l choice styles uf FKENCII LACK HATS, mil » unlit tlm attention ~f 11,,,,,, piiirlin.in!;. Ladies in puTMll ul' any ul [Itt* ftboTC ,i-iv i ln.ii e "units, will liml it tot llieir ailviiitlaai' to i-xaii.int- tin. above useoiliiient, nuw otleieil lur llieir inspection. i:i)>n.Ni) S. lk as, 1111. WitallitlMloil Sliccl. lltlMlou, 311) ill li —ialf MALDEN BYE HOUSE. OFFICE c...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

AUCTION SALES. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF KF.AL ESTATE. » » 111. 1., laid b, I'nl.lic Aii.iiuii, mi MONDAY, ft .he I 111, ilav nl J|| U-XI, J. 4 ~'l'l.trk, I*. M., mi the picnnsis, li, virtue of a License from tlie I'rolale Cniiil.il.e UfatA* ilcsrlibcd parcel of l-ali.i, silualeil in Ciitiibriilj,,., vit : —Lut Hiimliereit One, nn ~ plan recorded i„ Mnl.llccx lica'nliy „f Drcdit. e111111...1a •• 11.,,, of 1in,1,1,„ s Lou lal.„miiiK lv Mrs. " .'>'....« A11.1.m, nil Ur, e.lale nl llnr lull Chief Jil.luo l.ana in C.,,,,1,, a.l s c," ennui,,,,,!. I,.„,|cr„ llir.iisan.l an.l ml. ,„,, f,.,.,, ~, , \,. rf , „,„| v,,„, Inl nraUHrlj aa ll.n.ai.i urnt aeviraiy-ive feel an.l lite niche,; Easterly ,„, liana street one buudred anil eighty lliree leel anil llueu indies; iNuilliei ly nn 1,,| ninuls n ,1 mmi nine un tai.l plan, seven,y-liv. leet; an.l Waaler!) on li.l iniiiil eie.l n,o en sairl plan, one hundred nlaatr-oM feet and nine locbat. .-'ai.l lul ..I Laml Mill la- sold by me a. Ad...

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POET'S CORNER. NOT ON THE BATTLE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

POET'S CORNER. NOT ON THE BATTLE FIELD. BY JOHN PIERPONT. " To C.ill on tin Unit- ll< lil Bffcttal AT "">■ 4aat rounirytlml would nol M Inod." 'llie HCHUUMM. O no, no,—lut '"t liv (ffefl on a lie hi of battle, wheu I die | Let uot iht: iron tread Of lha Md wnr-hoi«e er.i«h my behind head : Nor let the reeking knife, That 1 have drawn agplnil a In other* life, He in my hand when Death Thunders ulung, and tramples me beneath Hi* heavy ntptadrun's liccld, Or gory fellowi of hia DWaao'l whaplii Eroin such a dying lied, Though o'er il float the stripes of white uud red, And iho hald Fugle bring! The clustered Mars upon his wide-spread wings, To .sparkle iv my sight, O, never let my spirit Hike her (light! 1 know thai .Scanty'n eye lv ull ihe brighter white gay-penuanlt. (ly, And 1.i../.en helmet* dnuce, And sunshine (lushes ou the lifted lance: 1 know that bards have Ming, And people .-limited till the welkin rung, In honor of ihe biave Who on the h.tllle-lic.d have...

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MISCELLANY. The Sabbath not a Gloomy Day. THE DUTCH BREWER. Aids to the Memory. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

MISCELLANY. The Sabbath not a Gloomy Day. THE DUTCH BREWER. Aids to the Memory. Then 1 are some who think the Sabbath I morose and gloomy day. Hut what a mit-take. What fa there gloomy in comlernplaling the work of Creation commemorated by tin* Sabbath ? What is there sad or morose in the day that reminds one of the resurection of our Lord Jesus Christ from the dead, nml bis exaltation to hifl mediatorial throne ? Mow can that flay bo gloomy which is devoted la the .study nf infinite benuty, revealing itself to our gaze in order to win onr ndmirnlinn ? How can tho worship of (.'oil in Mi purilv, love, wi-dnm and goodness bo pad? Ilow can that day be pad which brings lo ns tlio. most prei ions promises, ami is Ittttflba lype of heaven ? || it Bad to rest from nix days* toil confnsinn and trouble, nnd appropriate one to bodily repose and wholesome intellectual and spiritual refreshments? Is it sad to be invited by tin: voice of (md and the gi'tieinl viii-e of society, lo leave the cnr...

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USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

USEFUL RECEIPTS. Ci. n n ions Pr nni S (i.~ Tlie Louisville Journal says one ol the very baat things ever hrounht to the t:il.le, in the podding line, is green nun pudding, pre- . pared nerorilhi" In the recipe:--Let every wife, who wind. 1 like to surprise her husband by a rate delicacy, try it. Take uf green corn twelve ears and grata ii; tothti add ■ cjotri bl awaal milk, a -jii.n ter of a pound of tre-di holler, four well Iwalen ( pepper and salt as much as sufficient; stir all well together, nnd hake four hours in ■ tmltered dish. — Si.iue add l<> the olher iugrcdieids ntpiarterof a pound of sugar, und cat ihe pudding wilh sauce. Il is good cold or warm, with meat or sauce; but epicures of the must .vpn-itr taata de. lare for ft, we believe, hot, and with ihe first service. lUm i-'.nv for Tooth acil t..—To a hundred grammes of sulphuric ether, in which as large B rpiantity ' ns possible ol camphor has been dissolved, add two or three drops of ammonia ; thu...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

\K\V SI'OKK. HATS, HATS I—CAW, CATS ! tml The mOmer.lht inl'ornm liis trii-mlnimd imbUr, tlmt tak lie UHirVM llione vvlii) Invor liiill Willi Un ll illinium*•: .**■/ ilnn In- will I'utnUli ili-nii witli us xi nn arliele, it i!i.11..-tl.rlo. the line., limn cm lir purvliaMH e.Mtffeera. a iomii. worm en l\ BSrfc fur, l'nml. uijcg i.mn Uokrtlß HATS-* verj Biiu.ii.ir in.muion Mole-kiu HAT. Xl die reiluee.l urice of*.' Hue 'leil.ti tor m mi -ggtym Mwaahln tor #i turi*iJ,^-e\-i"ni Nulla I'iirl'oi W.1..H», inul Hue Ni.t.uto. #1 JOSIPU O. H.Mi't'M, Oimbrlditporl, Fink Hlni'K, lienr llie liinviiMil Mretnii lloum*. HAT-, CAPS, ULOVBB, UMBHEI.I.AB, CANEB, ill fI'Al.O HKI.NS. Ac. try Ilia nny innt iince tin: iit.ovc doe* not give nut Infect lon, ti i-.iu be fully otiuiiini bi alvlßi mfbrmatloo ia laa »ai'-mril-cr. BATH and I'Al'ri niiiile to ujib-r niul vviirnuiUil lv 111. OLD LINE. I Chiiilu-lifife, Ciiuitiri.lfOOTt tnut lliihliiiiOiiiiiLliiim** * Rlari ll'um DiuiiliinUe in every lieiniiiul hu...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 May 1847

POND'S UNION RANGE. IMTKNIKI) itHtS. ;;. M IBM 35 4 -fl __r : fil ____■■ r Uffl I i i^l_BP!B^^_s^^^S rillMS RANGF, combines the advantages of both JL Ntw York nnd Hoston patterns, and at tint same time avoids their objectionable features. It has from five to eight Boii.krs, according to size, ita Ovi.n in i.auok, convenient of access, and having nn upward draft, it bakes evenly with a small quantity ol fuel. These ranges arc in successful 'operation in innny of the first houses in Boston uud New York,give entire satisfaction, niul are considered by those who use them decidedly preferable to any other range in me. An entire iifleratiun has been made iv the arrange-iiw-ut for w.>rm...H ni!.liti..»al Agfa* MsMg - ~.mtrh target tpiuntity »/' Hw Air than could be obtained hy the fblinef method, uud so iv ranged as to entirely prevent the air being rendered impure by the qua from the coal, or the smell from conking. After more than twenty yearn* experience in tho manufacture of...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1847. NUMBER 4. 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 subscribe or advertise, will please call on him. Subscriptions received in Ward I, at T. J. White's Shoe Store, No. 2, Harvard Row. 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 27, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. Extracts from the Spectator. A SATIRE UPON COQUETTES. OR, EXERCISE OF THE FAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. Extracts from the Spectator. A SATIRE UPON COQUETTES. OR, EXERCISE OF THE FAN. We believe (hit we shall ren er an agreeable service to our readers by presenting them with oc- ! casionul extracts from some of tho best Lnglish writers. The first work from which we shall make a selection, is tbe Spectator. To those who are acquainted with the style of Ihc papers of the Spec- ' lator, nolawordof preface or apology need bo premised. Tor although we may offer them only I fej with which they may bo entirely familiar, ihe intrinsic excellence und interest of the writing itself, will, we are persnaded, obtain from them a ready .sanction, if not a willing perusal. To those who may not bo acquainted with these essays of Addison we can cordially commend them us unequalled specim-cua of fine writing, pleusant humor, und inimitable description. Our ■election for this week will bo No. 102. a j humordus paper, n satire upon Coquettes, or "A Representation of their various fantas...

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From Howitt's (English) Journal. A SKETCH OF FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847

From Howitt's (English) Journal. A SKETCH OF FAMINE. Ihii.and—the Creon Isle—it would he difficult to give an idea of her soirovvs to those who do not witness them ; but amply are they realized by those whose lot il is lo sojourn in the midst of the perishing people. Tho peasantry, once so gay, so full of native fun aud humor, that the phrase " a light hearted Irishmen " has become proverbial, now buwed down by famine and nakedness, gaunt and haggard, faint, and spirit-worn, are hut the shaddows of their former selves. 77i« food of the land is destroyed. These are words easily spoken, and perhaps excite no adequate idea of their fearful import ; well is their signiiicunry felt in our country. Iv a parish of the south-west, there was lately seen n fainting mother, bending her tottering steps towards tho churchyard, and bearing in her arms two infants, one dead, (he other scarcely alive. She laid them on the sod, while with her hands she scooped a -.hallow grave, and placed in it the ...

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From tales of Illustrious Children, by Agnes Strickland. VIRTUE REWARDED, OR, THE JUDGEMENT OF SIR THOMAS MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847

From tales of Illustrious Children, by Agnes Strickland. VIRTUE REWARDED, OR, THE JUDGEMENT OF SIR THOMAS MORE. One evening, when the. snow lay Jeep upon the ground, and Dorothy hud bogged all dity without rooming a single penny in alms, neither hud she tasted a single morsel of food since a very early hour in the morning, bsf strength failed her; and overcome by cold, hunger, weariness, tind sorrow, she e;it down on ;i heap of frozen iiiow by the wayside, and wept Utterly. The river Thames was then frozen over; she had walked across it on the ice, and was now in the parish of Chelsea. She regretted that she hnd ventured so far from home, for she was oppresied with fatigue; and, though she saw the trees and house* on the opposite shores of Ilattcrsca so near, rlio felt as if she could not reach them that night. A drowsy feeling, the fatal effects of cold and hunger combined, was stealing over her; she tried to rouse herself, "for," j she faintly whispered to herself, " my poor grand...

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THE APPRENTICE GIRL. FROM THE FRENCH OF EUGENE ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847

THE APPRENTICE GIRL. FROM THE FRENCH OF EUGENE ... The waroroorns of Miidnnie Ctniiille, one of our mini f.i.hionnhln I'nri.ian milliner., had one day received an additional npprcnlire. Her name vt» Gabriclla. Hit fritter \vn. A mn.on, nnd, like 100 many of Ihn working rln..i'., drank on Sunday what he had earned during ihe week. Ilrr mothrr did Ihn bet «he could lo .upport hnr fondly, nnd fnnnd il « hard matter with ihn litlln «h« earned. Gnbiielle had .utTered »och mi»ery from her crsdlr, thai .he had never known lh«l yonthful .pring which n.nnlly mskes lo children ihe mere ean.cion.neaa of exiatence . joy. ** Mamma, what . nice thing il i< to be alive !" once eaid * child to hrr mother, nn nhe bounded before her. Gst)rielle nn. .litren, »nd knew not what a .mil. was. Her fair but (ailed cheek bore nn impre«aion of autTetiiig nnd quiel rc.ignation, which was more affecting lhan nny Open demon.lrnlion of grief. The child rontrn.ted Ihe honse of her mielrw.—the .hod. of o...

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GILLIAM'S TRAVELS IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847

GILLIAM'S TRAVELS IN MEXICO. Mr, t.illiam WU appointed consul of the port of , San Francisco in Fpper California, and started for t his destination sometime in 1813. lie wentdirect- ) ly lo New Orleans, from thence to Vera Cru/., and , thence by the direct road, (ihe one pursued by , (.en. Scult al tho head of our armies) lo ihe city | of .Mexico. After lurry ing there several weeks be . proceeded over the hnihlniidt-. to Fpper California. , By a d liferent route he returned to Tninpieo. . During the you is 1H43, and '44, he travelled more , than four thousand miles in the inteiior of Mexico, , with every opportunity to observe both the face of ; the country and the manners and customs of the | people. While in Mexico, he kept a journal in which be , noted down all thai he thought wot thy of purlieu- , lar observation We have been much interested in tilt* peru-;»1 of this, journal, which is written iv a clear, unutTecled style, and contains simply a miration of incidents and facts i...

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