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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

CONGRESS. In the Senate on Thursday, June 4, Mr. Cass introduced a resolution for inquiring of the President whether any ollicer of the army had exceeded his powers in calling on States for militia or volunteers, wilh ufeience, as it appears, to Genera) Games. Mr. Webster, from his remarks, seemed to be very incredulous, not believing that such an experienced ollicer could so transcend his authority In lhe discussion ol thu succeeding duy, the fact transpired that the President had sanctioned Ihe calls for troops made by Gen. Games on the 2d, 7ih unci -till of May. Mr. Webster considered this (■auction us equivalent lo full discretionary power, nnd promptly added— *• It is evident that the whole proceeding was in violation of law. What right has any ollicer to undertake to judge of the necessity ofa war? lie wished to know whether, in lhe smuko mid fog of war, we wern to lose sight entirely of the constitution. Tho whole subject required sifting, and lhe resolution did nol go fur en...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

THE WAR. No important event has been reported from the sent of war since our last piper, except that of the possession taken of Mnlnmnros by our army, without resistance. 'Ihe President's war, whirl- wns nl fust defentive on his pail, ns well as on the pari of the Mexican government, has become a war of invasion; and if the Cniou is lhe Inn* expositor of his purposes, it is not to cense until he shall be able to dir.tatn terms of peace This we have supposed lo he the case from lhe beginning; nnd that n boundary wns assumed by llu* president which he meant lo secure by ennque it, if it could not be gnined by negotiation. Peace founded tin extortion ia lint always the um-t profitable or lasting. At our last advice-; f-om the Rio Grnntle there senmed lo be I len.pnniy Iruce between lhe United Slates nnd Mexican armies by tacit consent.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

Peace.—The rumors of despatches frorn the British government to Mr. Packenham, containing nn offer of terms for ihe m tll«*ment of the Oregon question, do not appear lo be confirmed. Pot lhe expectation of such nn offei ii so general at Washington, thnt we have reason to look for it nt o very enrly period. Mr. Benton, in the BooatO, has silenced the 51 40 warriors in that body. Mr. Cass, indeed, discharged a few guns, after his fortress, which he supposed to be impregnable, was destroyed; but wilhout Inflicting the slightest wound. Nr.w llami'siiirf. Leectio-v.—The convention of tin; two branches of the New Hampshire Legislature on Friday elected Gen. Anthony Colby, tha Whig candidate. Governor for lhe ensuing year, hy a mnjority of 21 votes. The vacancies in the Sen.iie have been filled by the choice of the Whig candidates, giving to that body in all eight cnnser-_itivr■** In four radicals. On Tuesday Hon. John P. Hale wns elected Senator for six yenrs, on the part of lhe House ol ...

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The Cambridge Church-Gathering IN 1636. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

The Cambridge Church-Gathering IN 1636. A Jtiscouru dclircnd in the Fiist Chinch, hy ltvv. Willium A~tueli. In a slight notice or this Discourse we promised to recur to it; nnd wo cannot fulfil our promise in a heller way or in one moro gratifying, as wo believe, than hy presenting llie following extracts : On a Monday morning, towards the close of the early nnd severe winter of ltj3s-3t>, "The New Towne," or "Newtown," as this village was then called,* presented an unusual aspect. Instead of the ordinary stir and business of the day , there was v Sabbath-like quiet and gravity in the looks and inovemeuts of (he people. There were signs_ol preparation for some special solemnity. 'I he stir mil for a public gathering was heard; and, as the inhabitants issued/rom their dwellings and passed with sedate slep through ihe slreets, others of less familiar countenance, who had spent the Suhbulh wilh them that they might he hero in season, or who had just arrived from ihe neighbor...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

GLOVCtITBB.—Owing lo the prosperity of the fishing business last season, und the notoriety which Cape Ann is gaining us a Watering place our little village has presented rather a thriving appearance this spring. (Itiile a number of dwelling house-, have been erected in various places; two or three new wharves haw- been run out ; and many new vessels have been added inner fleet. A slight ndvance has been mntle in lhe value of real estate, nnd nppearanees have indicated an increase of business. Should lhe fisherman succeed ns well ns last year, (and wo trust ihey will do better,) our town will soon rise to the rank where it stood n number of years since, beforo the decline of the fishing business. As a fashionable watering place our Cape is destined to become one of llu- n.osi frequented. The fnci'ilios for fi-hing nnd bathing, nnd lhe many pleasant rides tint) picturesque views, nc<d ouly to become known lo be enjoyed, liven now htrangers urn beginning to visit us, the fii...

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ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. Those addii-Hr-iii.- in* will plcum udd jntit tv Cambridge; ilu-ic bring three (Hut utlices in our new Ct -y. •*t'|iioiliele,Cuuibii.l X e|Miil." A young man, named Washburn A. Jewell, was drowned in the Middlesex Canal, Charlestown, on Sunday iifternoon. He had driven his horse in the water to wash, was accidentally ihrowu oil", nnd before assistance could be all'orded, he was drowned. He was in the employ of J. Korrestall, iruekiiian, of Boston. Au attempt was made last week, iv Taunton, to blow open lhe iron safe of the rail roud company. The rogues entered the olliee tlumigh the windows, uud charged the safe wilh powder as fully as ihey could, but it withstood all the combined -.'(torts brought against it Au uhirm of lire wan caused by the bleating of a gout in Huston lust week which promptly rallied the whole department. Some of the veterans looked rather sheepish on tho promulgation of the fact. The leiuains of Mnj. Ringgold are lo bo lakeu from th...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

An *.w\*-i Bank.—The Commissioners nppniftte-* Im llu* iiiupose, by lhe Governor, Messrs. W. 11. Calhoun, Win. DWMni nnd L. C. Beach, have rusminetl. ami icpoilcd lhat half of the rupilnl stock of "j-Jl 00,000*. lias bt .it paid in, according to the rcq-iimn. ntn -if la" St:it'inE in Sai.em -- Ou Sunday night, John B. Knight. Fsq. of Salem, fnrmerty Deputy Collector at lhal port, commilted suicide by cutting his throat with v rnzor. He was without family, having lust many of his near relatives, lie wns reputed to be worth S 15,000 or 5*20,000. Tho muse of lhe act is siutJ Mi he n melancholy produced by the loss of connections hliovo referred to.— Time* Arrest or Mr. Btrivki.i,.—The Nantucket Inquirer of Friday suja—"Mr. Burnnll, lute Cashier uf the Manufacturers' anil Mechanics' Bank, wns yesterday arrested, on complaint of Iwo of tin- Directors on the charge nf having embezzled the funds of the institution to the amount of $130,--000. No examination of evidence wus had, nnd Mr. Bur...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. TvBISATi Juan "..—lll Hireling of ilia Muyur and Aldermen,— Petition, of A. 11. Slovens und others, ntiil of Joseph llurridge mnl olliers, concerning tin. winch, were referieil lo llio Mujor; and of ICphruim Cook, lo Aldi'niieii lajf "nd Uucheldor. Petition of I. \V. Hliodes for v m.xv lliiain.! fiouso fat N°. *. referred to Aldermen Wood uud l'iak, lo bo joined. Messrs. Maunders, Melvin und Slieriiiuu were joined by the Common Council. Kliol P. Tuckor and Newell Ileal were drawn „, firuiid Juror., and S.ml. VV. Dudley nnd Joseph Porter, Traver. Juror., lo .erve at the District Courl, Ihe llli Tuesduy of Juno. Ordered, That the Mayor cuuse to be printed und posted up, ia different public places, .uch exIrncU from the Law* of tho Conimonweullh and tlrdinoncesof tho City, ns relate to breaches of the pence, &c. / Ordinances passed in cnncurrence —Concerning the promulgation of ordinances; the sulury of the Collector of Tuxes; the powers und ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

In Common Council— Petition presented — Ju rclulinn to .terry's Pond, to abate it nuisance. Order passed —To nliutu tuxes to Duviil Kiml.ail, in consideration of Ihe construction ofa drum hi Cambridge street. Passed la he ear ailed —An Ordinance establishing a City Wutch, and prescribing iheir duties. t'.HRATt'M.—lv our last, among the Constables appointed, for llsliurii lteay.rend Krburn H. Keny.

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NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

NEW BOOKS. Life of Samuel H. Steams, late Minister of the Did South Church iv Huston. New Kdilion. Address and Select Discourse* of Her. Samuel If. Steams. New I'diliou. Hoston : James Munroe & Co. 1846. The Hingrnphy of .Mr. Steams, though hi-i life ■viis short, and though, if we may so speak, several reel! nre to he deducted from it, because from illness, he could not devote them to intellectual luluir, yet contains many things instructive both from the example of p.iiieut suffering under pain anil disappointed hopes, nnd of the good accomplished under great disadvantages and discouragement-". This biography is so well known thai il is linrdlv necessary to commend it. It has been widely read by JTOaruj and old umong all denominations of Chiislians. The narrative part, by lhe brother of the deceased, connecting together lhe letters, and the greater or less incidents of the life of Samuel, is written iv gootl taste, in a manner exceedingly affectionate- and yet devoid of...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

Memoir of the Life of Henry Ware, Jr. —Since the brief notice of this memoir which we inserted last week, we have rend in the Christian Keview (Uaptist) lhe editor's remarks upon the work, which, though he deemed it necessary to qualify them with some words of caution, indicate a trnly Christian spirit, capable of appreciating the gifts nnd Christian virtues of one whose opinions widely differ from his own on several points of doctrine. We here copy n part of it, prompted ns well by our regard for the nmiablo and learned editor, as by the justice he has done to iho prominent excellences of lhe tleccahied. Wi. tin nol design to endorse the creed of I>r. Vl are, nor lo njnilngisc for it. lint it Is I iglil to praiu goodness, wherever we as* it, nml to set lortli laborious, sincere nn.l ronsrirntiotis devotion 10 lbs duties of the tnitiisti'ri.-il profession, ns nn eaninpln In tlnisi' xvho US suslniiii'il hv n higher faith, mil.nod with more evtlligcliiiil principle nml urge...

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Communicated for the Chronicle. "INVISIBLES." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. "INVISIBLES." City or Casibkiim;_-, Juno 8, 18-16. A second meeting of (ho ** Port /nvisibles, , '' wus held iv the collar hole of lhe old " Hovey Hotel," ntteudct! by nil the officers, and a squad of two privutea,— which, by the vtny, it* hereafter to he denominated the aukwardjstputd, their dut) being to net in the capacity of ifrd-i to the chairman, und stand, one 011 Ilia rij-ht and the other on his left, to keep oil* lilt: inosquctocs nnd other loadti. The first business iv urder heing the heating of reports, Adjutant Leather-Spectacles rose, und addressed the meeting. He said, that during tho la-it week, not having heard any guns firing iv Boston, he had venlurt.il into lhat city, to ascertain the uheifuhout-i of llio " Herry Street Rangers," hut could hear nothing of them. When last seen, they were on Hoston Common, receiving n flag from a lady in a harouche drawn hy six milk-while steed-,-— which ao elated the coips, lhal it is generally belie...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

A ,\"ew Instrument of Dt'stmrtioi, has been exhibited lo the New York Courier by lhe inventor, which seems exceedingly ca lew In ted lo do its work elVeclunltv. ll i>> v nine pound iron ball, composed of sections like the divisions in the ntunge — with n ahnuldet nl lhe lop nnd bottom of each, hround which is clasped an iron ring suthciem to hold nil parts together, and gives it lhe force and therefore the range of n folid round ••hot—-nnd yet so brittle ih.tt on striking a bard suliNtnnco it would brenk mid leave tho hatchet shaped wedges lhat mnko up Ihe bull to scalier in all directions. It ia called the Halchet Hull, und is invent-d and made hy Jordan 1.. Mott. We move thnt the inventor be obliged to stnnd ngninsl some old vvnll, find a few of the nforct-aid shot fired nt lihn- Should he escape uninjured, set Ins invention down nji nuotlier humbug of the age. If otherwise, on the score of hnmunily, bury lhe inventor mid his invention in oblivion. A little b...

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BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY. June 8. At Market, 350 Beef Cattle. 20 pairs Workief Oxen, 30 Cow* and Calves, 200 Sheep, and 990 Swine. A very few of the faratl Cullle unsold. Prices— Reef Cuttle —Last week*s prices were not Mii-t.iim ti : quality not so good. \\ c quote extra 0918; first qualily 6; second quality 5 75; third qu.ility 4 75 a 5 50. Working Otirn guJM Bl $55, 62,70, nnd £93 Cow* ami Calves— Sales frmii 17 |» JUS. flanta laa-la $1 83; old sheep 2 50. .Vu-inf—Old Hogs, 4 1-2 a 4 3-4; final! Shunts 6c; small pigs 7 and Be. At retail from 510 7 l-2c; pigs 8 and 9c—Daily Adv. , •f-.a........ i i i .in. i.i.

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BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 9. Cottok—Tlie niatkei is very quiet, ivithuut tranuMUeat thai require -.pecial notice. OOVI »:r. — Moderate inks are taking place to the tratle nt Heady pi ices; and a sale of 120Q bays GtlN lluvticn, far a Soulhi-rn market, on terms uot public. I-'louk — Tlie niaiket ia very dull for all detcriplions, nnd declining. Sales of (iene-ce, good coiiiinoii braotls.at 4 25; Michigan I 12 a 4 111 and 4 25; Ohio 4 12 per bbl.ca-.li; Com -geluu v 4 50, 4 ins j K-eb'lour 3 f>(). tißAin—Larj»e nrrivaU of corn—mnrket henvv nnd prices Inner, i**uulliern yellnw llat cannot be qimleit over 63 a 61c; 600 D hu-dicls Southern while Bald for export at 63c pet- bosh, rash. MiM.'ssis—We have aa particular change to nolire iv prices. TModeiale sales lo the trade al former rates. A oargO Trinidad, it is said, aokl ut 22c; and a ear- 1 .) Cuba sour ut 16 1-2c per gal,6 ins—the exact price secret. Shu-mi—Mi*--..!-* *-_'.--. ol men l-row*** to -uppl*. llie demand levin the tra...

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For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. Inm composed of 23 tellers. Mv 4th, 10th, 23.1, is the name ol a military gcnileman in this c.iv; Bth, 6th, 16ih, you ofien do; Ist, 18th, 15th, is useful though trifling; Oih, llih, 9th, 19th, often seen in New York; 3d, 14th, 20th, 17th, is like a dainty morsel; 19th, 21st, 9th, sth, is expressive of sorrow; 231, 10th, 2.1, is yourself; l2lh, 10th, 9th, 7th, abound iv this city; 22J, 6th, Ist, is no friend to temperance, If you will do my whule it wilt hciietii your humble servant, -7 f Bui..

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

(t.J- Answer to hiat, whole number of letter* : IUB9CUBE KOK THIS PAPF.lt.

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

MARRIAGES. In this city, 31st ult. by Rev. J. A. Merrill, Mr. Jonathan G. Noble, of Boston, to Miss Sarah D. Lovejoy, of this city. In Boston, 27th ult. Theodore Andrews, Esq. of Ipswich, to Miss Abby Fisher, of Boston. In Waltham, 24th ult. Mr. Abiathah M. Hall, to Miss Sophia J. Webster, both of Woburn. In Woburn, 28th ult. Mr. Wm. H. Richardson, of West Cambridge, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Smith. In Concord, 2d inst. Mr. William A. Blaisdell, of Charlestown, to Irene, daughter of Colonel Cyrus Wheeler, of Concord. In Sudbury, Mr. Thurston H. Tozier, of Waltham. to Miss Caroline H. Adams, of S. In Worcester, Mr. Elbridge Smith, Principal of the High School, to Miss Sarah S. Upham, of Wayland.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

DEATHS. In this city, 1st inst. Mrs. Ann Maria, wife of Mr. Michael Edgeworth, of Boston, 37. In Boston, 24th ult. of consumption, Mr. Irene Corson, aged 27. Mr. C. was formerly of Maine, but fnr n number of years |tast bus resided in Huston, *» liere he has ever Imi no an uioblcinished chat iicter,nnd hy Ins exemplary conduct, won n numerous circle id friends*. He w;mn kind nnd ntVeclinnale huslmnd, n beloved Innther and dutiful aon.—He has Ml a large circle nf relatives to mourn hin drain, He tx.ro wilh rorignntiun » lingering mi.l painful sickness, and looked lo bis approaching di*-i.>lulion with composure nnd tvith n full reliance .<n the alimini* blood of his Saviour, nun nun inn in his lnst pniyet- — ' Thy will nol mine lie done O LanU*—We sympathise wilh his liereurcd widnw - may h»r lrn«l I*e in him who said ' I am the widows* Ond the eraaeae* friend.* In East Boston, 29th ult. Jesse Tuttle, Esq. 52. In I'ltaileslo-au, 6111 insl. Mr. Isnftc Sweets- r, 6...

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