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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847

DEATHS. In this city, May 30th, inst, Mrs. Thersa, wife of Albert Stevens, aged 26. In Westminister 21 inst. Mrs. Small A. Harlow, wife of Mr. Noah R. Harlow, of Cambridgeport aged, 25 In Washington, D. C. Mrs. Anna Prentiss Jacobs, wife of Mr. Loring Jacob., a native of Cambridge. Mass.

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

i .. __ JOHN I'K.tll, hT.VKKAI. I'.YDF.IIT.IKKR, Sistc Hi reel. In rear of the Universalis! I ltitr.lt, \V»r.i 11 Corns. I i sM.ttai, fcT auoaT .OTIC*.

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

PtillE COLD VaTBBU 'I'l.e advoraies „f T.inpemiico ~,.„ o „ ry MONDAY EVEMMI, ,„ 74 „'d„,k. ~. Fi.uklii, Hull. Mam sireet. Ward 1, Proper uautloo. am dUcusaril, BBSS related, to. _<-. The question lo he -*ia_ll—.ll BMM Monday Evening is tins :—-lit .hat inauiiei CU „„ U-.l plumule lbs riiiise of Temperas**, ii|i 22—3iu j LOST, j A Vo ""-' I'l-'O'K NEWFOUNDLAND! iTM DOG, hi. I„„u i ( ,-i whin.-, Ul „i . w |,; lt . ■aa—aaSwcißsai. Whoever will raise* nui.t Hog v, ihe uwimr, at Graduates' 11.,11. So. B,Old Cambridn, shall be auitahly rewarded. Si*—jo 3 HAT-MAKINO TOOLS. •). Ul Hsf«a Revolting Ha; Huki-s, host pattern, aMIIF 400 iloitit Hand Ha, Kakcs, all qualities. 400 Grain Cradles otmtplelß, with wnirniiled .Scythes. 225 boss* lloli) „ Bawyer'g sttpsrisf mmansitl Oast Steel qtorthfli. 100 dozen (ieriiuiii .Steel do. Also Soythca from oilier popular llianlli.il' liners. Lains'iii's, Ste-iriio'b Aiken's and (.'oiniii'iii Si-ylhe Snstrat. Ilti|ikins'a Cnsl .Sieel liny Forks,...

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

IOB! ICE!! rSllli: Hiihsci tlier Is pre|tnreil In deliver Ire in nnv A put ..I Ward 1 „u,l 2, of Ihe (,'u, ~l (Jnu.l.l idf*, OB l.iv„ralde li.iui,. H* eX|a-els, hy cm, lul alli-ulion tit Ins BBShwa,, i„ seitiie a share of llie piililie paliou. uge. All unieis lilt at WOOD _ HALL'S 111,1 Ciinliridge, *ad nl WM. \V. MU.MtOL'S, „r WM. rtl'lll.N'ti'S. (,'u,i,ln ulfßjM,ii, will Bagel wilh i,mint,t allenllon. tfjr Puiliciil.ii'allenlion paid tn .iipplying I..in,lies JLKLMIAII RUsMEUa. t.'ainhiidoi., May 1, 1847. tf TO UE LET, MTV\O llutißes on lircoti sln-ot—ieitl ftM, One House, on Puluitin slreet, coulaluing leu loom., wnod-hiilise nnd Btmlsfl — lout S/KN}, One House nn eurner of Main and (Vnss streets, (now occupied hy llie suhsci ils-r) —rent i?2o0. One lluuse tin Cittss street — rent il2.i. Also, v iiuinher of House lots for sale. Apply lo Kirn AUD BSOWN, Jr. t.'.iuiln itlgoport, Apiil 15. TO BE LET. /A A H()lJSKtippiisitelhe(.'.illoi,'os,s,iiliil,l.'f,.r ■ ii*. lanirilinfj hnttso or...

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

AUCTION SALES. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF HEAL ESTATE. nril-L lie fiol.l by Ptihlic Aueiion, on MONIM V, lite llth day.-l June nexl.dl 4 o'clock, P. Al., on tin- premiatß, by virtue of v Liretuie from ihe Piohiitu Court, ilia following desci iln-tl parcel of Land, mlualed in Cumhi idge, vi_ :—Lot numbered One, on a plan ie.-..r.!t:.| in MuklUvex Keg'siry ol" Deeds, entilhal a » Plauof Building l*u,_ Ulongiug to Mrs. Wl«tailXgl«„ AlUlon.on t\ m .Male of ihe late Chief Justice Dana in Cuinlsittge," containing fourteen 11i..u-a..d and tnxty two fart, mine or less, and bounded tjouiheity on Harvard Bluet seventy-dive feet und five inclifj*; Eutcrlv on Dam rtretd mm hundred and eighiy ilin elect ami three inches; Northerly on lot mmili.-ied lint ly-nine on tuiid plan, sevenly-iiv« feet; ami Weeterly on lot numUted two ou suit] plan, uive hundred niiicly-one h-et tti.tl rime inches. Said lot of "Lund will U sold If) nm as Adiuiui.trator of thu Estate of WILLIAM AItKEIiSON, J it., late of sui...

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POET'S CORNER. From the People's Journal. HEROISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847

POET'S CORNER. From the People's Journal. HEROISMS. Witli hia triti-ly sword und s'li-dj Rides the warrior to the felt. : — For hi* bleeding country'» wrong-*, Valiantly he goes; During dnngur—braving deulh, Midb't her tyrant-foes. If he full—aotne pilgrim fuel. To to his lonely grave, Will in reverence come nnil bend— Worshipping the brave: If victorious —lie will win l*aurel-wre albs of fume, While Hpphuidiitg niultiiudea . Shunt, tin- hero's name' So with misty tiword nnd shield, Rides the warrior tv tlie lit Id. Willi llie homely spade Slid line, To the (ii Ul Ihe laborers go : — For their hungry fuiniiiea They bestir betimes ; Digging nn from early dawn I To the latent chimes. Should they rear them honestly,— When the I Kittle* won, Unconcernedly they're told " 'Tin but duty done." Should health (nil, nnd pinching want Send them to our door, Seldom do we atop tv rend The hiitoiy of ihe poor. Yet, with Inanely spade ami hue. To the fields the lulu/ret** go. By n dying brother's ...

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MISCELLANY. LAYING A WITCH. A WIFE-IN-LAW. THE CONTRAST. The Interesting Variety of the Bible. THE HAPPY FAMILY. USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847

MISCELLANY. LAYING A WITCH. A WIFE-IN-LAW. THE CONTRAST. The Interesting Variety of the Bible. THE HAPPY FAMILY. USEFUL RECEIPTS. Some people seem disposed to sneer nt the idea of wiHicrnft, nnd attribute it only to the ignorance and superstition of days gone hy. They look upon thu ago in which we live wilh much complacency, when they compare ihe progiess made in knowledge of various kinds wilh ihe ignorniieu antl superstition (ns they term it) uf lln; Pilgrim fathers, who believed in such supernatural infliieneo as wiichea were thought to exert. Tho story which we nre about to relate is [rue in the main—nnd is as strong nn evidence of the existence of witchcraft ns can he met with in iho book*. In former limes, the bitsiuos*, of the soap-boiler was done more gout-rally in private families. It occupied one oflhosi' three dreaded days of ihe year which nil good house-keep.ts were iv duty bound to observe, namely,—the day to slaughter (he hug— Ihe day lo scour the pewter, nnd lliu day...

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Remarkable Instances of Precocity. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847

Remarkable Instances of Precocity. Holterl Kultuu, nt tliu ugo of seven jeurs, jtaintcil luudscapes und portruils, and wus thus enubled in pint, lo purchase v sinull fuiin fur liis widowed mother. l.ucreiin Mana Davidson, tin American girl, displayed greal tulenln for composition, ut tho ugo ol' four yenrs. iler *' Amir Khan" in uu tidmirahle production. Sho died, August 27th, 1808, nt Plulsburg, on Luko Champluin. Tope wrote his i'tistoruls at tho early ugn of sixteen. The following alTecting und ugrueuble ode " On Solitudo," wus written in \\'vi twelflli year. " Happy the man whose \vi«h ami care A few paternal acres hound, Coi tent lo breathe his native air tv bid own ground. Whom- hen Is wilh milk, wluuie lie It I h with bread, Whose flocktt unpply him with attire, \Vhu_e trees in Bummer yield him tihade, In winter lire. l.let*t, who can unconceiiiMly find HoUih, days, nnd yea if- slide soft away. In lienltli of body, pence ol mind, Quiet by dtiy. Pound sleep by night, study and...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847

WATERMAN'S Kitchen Furnishing WnrcJlooiiis, Now. 83 A 85 Corn hill, lloston. The place for all on the eve of housekeeping, und those already established, to procure every thing appertaining to the Kitchen De~ partmenl, of the best ipuility and at the lowest prices. THIS stnclt consists of ii complete iis-uirtiueiil of ruslnui Intnl.; TIN WARK, nt every deserijilinu, ol Ins own inmiuliirlure. ..l'i;:iiuiitii ,'uui I'limUhed Ware, iv nil in. variety, both I'nrriun nnd Domestic American flrit>mui<i Ware, best ..unlity- Wooden and Willow .Vnre of all kinds -Itruslu-s. nf every descrii.Hon, Pat house osf Table t"utVery, Aiuiriciu and Kiiklisli--I-.immell<-d nnd Turned lion Hollow Ware, such its Hum, I'i-I. mid rn-mt' X. lUtt, •Snuee. and Slew Pans, IV.rruijirn-, Ac. ttc.-Btt.iw Witre, lust tjiniliiy. tor Hiiner, Ph-mtvi-s, Tickles, Ac- Mntsnlnl] kinds and mi'ilitiShiiker nnil l-oinin..ll Itooms mi.l Hrusties Stc.l, Ittim/ed i.nd Cnminoii Fire Irons, CoaJ ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847

NttW UTOKK. HATS, HATS !—LAI'S, CAPS ! ___ Tlie *ul»ci Uut inlnrun. his Irleinlssiul puhlie, that /aw In- sssiirca those wholitvor lout with llirir patTCßMia .*• tltsl he wtH '.iriiu.li Hum Willi u» food nn mliele, if ***% not b«ller lor llie urice, lll'tu citn he uuri:l._»M* rLewliere A «o.ui ns*oiifueni ol lHa.'k r ar, rmuii nnd (or imm Moleskin MAI'S -n very superior huttttimn MoU-nlon II \T ul ihe reduced urice ol •. llim Kreucli Moleskin lor *■' Ml t'Mnt Molt-sklti for *>J stiver Moleskin lur »J,>i .'\- ti-u Niiiru Fur I*ol »J,W.aiul fine Nairn for M. jllHKl'll C. HMU'll, <'ai.il.rl.lii.ii.nl, risklllo.K. near the Universal Mut'luia Molls.-. HATS. CAT*. GLOVES, Ii.MHRI.LI.Ari, t'ANLri, HUFKaLO riKlNri, 4%Q. i| ,- If in nn> iilstsiu'e llie al.ove docs not jjlvc-trilisi'ii.-tlnii, ii cun he fully ohisiiied hy Diving mlurmnliun to lliu sub. HATrt uiul L'Al'ri until.- to order ami warrsilled to tit. "GKNTLEMKN'S FUUNISIIINU Sl'llltK. \\ 1...

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

«TT iUIfOH. <^ T 1 '"". "","•""•" IMS lii. Warty tlianks v, U, 1.'ir...1-ui.,111,.(|,i,1,1ic furtliuvervii,,,,,,, ~„„., , g Icy hue extended ,„ 1,,,,,, „,„, £ . mi tli.'.ui, llt.it lie 11111 y Ui luund, us usual, at llie "Old Stand," Corner of Main St. and Road I'lidiir IoSSSH A Holmes uud Co.', Stmt ready lv iin.wer llieir culls iv v prompt uud B_l__ Uiry luiiuut-r im._.J#_?l__._ r |l naiNiaHED AT ALL llOlllthC.FTllKl.AY.wm, at.,, r,,,. iaßlt. " »SS maukct animus, aa. ~„ ~„;„,, v,j|| k. spared lv suit tlie palates ul the City e|iieuu-s, „r ,|, wants ut llie Truvellcr. 0 y st c r 1, served up in every vatiely uf stjlr, or sent t v „, ly purl id'llie cilv, ut the. lowest price, free of exiieti.c Ciin ' Jun. 7 1). STONE. WIILAM O. DANIELS, HlsViiilbsl -V Retail Manufacturer 4 Dcalei in Paper Hangings, ("lieiiiisi.leenrmr o| Mitiiiniiil >lnf__inu directs rtinilirlilsi. unit. U'lirre imiy hUmijh lielound v Kond uss oil unit lo| Hooin I'iipeis, Alsoii ltoitlcrtt, V_...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1847. NUMBER 6. 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, JUNE 10, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE RICH MAN'S GIFT AND THE WIDOW'S MITE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE RICH MAN'S GIFT AND THE WIDOW'S MITE. Mr. llenedict I'ercival, one of the wealthiest men in the city, sat reading a newspaper, when three gentlemen entered his counting room in the formal manner in which committee men usually present themselves —especially committee men appointed to raise a subscription for some public charity.— When Mr. I'ercival opened his newspaper that morning, the first paragraph that met his eye was the following : "At the town meeting held yesterday, a committee of three from each ward was appointed lo wait upon our citizens to receive their subscriptions in aid of the sufferers hy the late destructive lire in our sister city. This duty will be entered upon al once. We trust that the gentlemen who have tho matter in charge, will meet with a hearty reception from our liberal minded and benevolent townsmen. Wo may lead the van in this noble work, if we will. Let us do it." Over this Mr. I'ercivul pondered for some time, with his forefing...

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A NAME IN THE SAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

A NAME IN THE SAND. BY Miss HANNAH F. GOULD. Alone I walked ihe ocean's strand, A JM'.hH rlicll w us in mv b.uni, I stooped an.l wrote upon die suml H| none, the year, the day. As onward from thr "jm! I passed, o„r I'nfsritkj i.-.k i r.imiu ■■!] A »vavr came riilliiuj high and fact. Ami washed mv lines away. And fin, meirmnjdii, 'twill short lv ls« With every mark <>n earth from me!" A H.iir (if dark oblivion's sen Will sweep across ihe place Where I have trod ihr sandy shore Of time: and been to l»r. no mini ; Of mc —my day —the name I Uira Tv k-iMc. no track nor trace. An.l vet wilh him who counts tin- sands, Ami holds the wateis in his bands, I hiniH ;i lasting record M.tn-I", lusciilu'd again*! mv name. Of all ihifiiXMinl j M it has wrought — m all this iMektej soul mm rWeffat, And fmin ih.-se ih-i-ting nioiuenl,. c.oiglit l\.i gloiy or for shame.

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PERSEVERANCE IN DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

PERSEVERANCE IN DIFFICULTIES. I The Key. William Pnvy, A. 11. was horn in ! 17J3, mar Chudlrigh in Devonshire, where his father resided on i small farm, his own freehold, ; Prom a very early age he gave proofs of a mcchani- ; cal genius, and when only eight years old, he nil nut wilh a knife and put together ihe parts of a ( small mill, after iho model of one thai was then I building in ihc neighborhood, ihe progress made in constructing which he used to observe narrowly every risy, while he proceeded wilh equal regnlarily in ihe completion of his own little work. When Ihc large mill was finished, it wm found rfrtt to work exactly as it ought lo have done, and lite defect ,"l first eluded the deled ion even of the builder. ( Ii is said, lhat while they were endeavoring lo as- ! certain what wn« wrong, the young self-la tight \ Architect made his appearance, and, observing thai bis mill went perfectly well, pointed out, aAer an ! examination of a few minutes, both (he defect and ihe ...

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Hardships and Perils of Settlers in New Countries. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

Hardships and Perils of Settlers in New Countries. The following is from a letter to the editors of ihe New York Journal of Commerce from Houston Texas, and dated May 10, 1547. Young men, read it ! ye who sometimes think of leaving happy New Kngland for surh n home ! " A man by name of Venmans brought me in a waggon from Peckrose Point to his house, ,V> miles up (he Peninsula. This man. with '2~> other persons, including his |alter nnd inolher, grand-fa l her and gnind-nioiher, left the most western part of New York in IS2<*, under ihe invitation of the " Austin Grant." They embarked on board n rial boat cri ihe Alleghany River, came lo Wheeling on the Ohio, look a steamboat nnd rruched New Orleans in Pecomh-r. \'\ tlm lime their party had increased lo fifty souls, Ihe additions being marie by young men, adventurers* lo the new eounlrv, who, aside from tho promising garden ihey were lo reach, were ,ifluted by iho rompanv ihey were to go in. n good sh...

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A New Disclosure respecting the Death of Pope Gregory XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

A New Disclosure respecting the Death of Pope Gregory XVI. Mrs. Ilutlcr's lain work nliout people anil things i in Italy abounds in much interesting chit-chat ' collected during a year's sojourn in and about It nine. ; She tells fact* as she hears them, and not infrequently moralizes in a pleasant way upon the aspect and ; reason of the alfiirs of life. Ainnngut other matters, sho introduces (see 88lh page of her book) a curious anecdote respecting iho death of the lata Pontiff of Rome. She probably tells the tale aa it was told to her, and it may he strictly true. If ao, it afford* a striking moral; and no on* can read it, without a reflection upon the troubles that beset high stations'. "Tho circumstances gradually beginning lo transpire of Ihe details of ihe Tope's death are really most curioua, and certainly, if true, form • most extraordinary comment upon th* absolute and positive, no! philosophic and abstract, vanity of earthly greatness. 11 is BOW pretty openly slated | that ...

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HE STOOD AT THE ALTAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

HE STOOD AT THE ALTAR. BY F. B. GRAHAM. He stood al ill*' altar, {Because he'd no chair,) Willi lnur-a rfrm on hid fingers, Ami lard oa hi* hair. He stood at the altar, Willi a Match in his fob, A room wlii.-dxcnmiio As sirait as a cob. He stood at the altar, lv lituuaiiiiy V guiae— A p'ui graced his dickey, Ami guKslr-slii,. *>.■». He stood at the altar, An shrewd 0004 have said, Willi.mt Bill in hi" pockott (>. MM in bis lio-id.

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