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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

CAMBRIDG_I Fitruiture and Farpet Wairliousc. WIIIT.VKV, IIItAt'KKTT fc CO., ' lliivt' fiiiiß.iintly Irir iiule nt tlit-ir apacinua Wiirt'linii.t' licut lilts Cullfgtr., a very exllMi.ive uaaurltiient nf FURNITURE, Bureaus, Tables, HedsiU.udii, Couches, Secretaries, Chairs, Loi.kiiiK tilasses, Keh i»eialui», (.'locks, Fuliy l.amps, itc. CARPETING, Tlucir ply, Sripi'lliiu-, l-'i.rf, I'lrirlliil unit Strait,', Stair CssTpatlßfi ituili. nil.! Bfta. FEATHERS, Iffiiilmiaa. Paatbar Bada, fco. Stc &c. [/;;- All nl',, lili li uill In- u< ■ 1.1 1,.,,. 1 ,- I'r,lieu'. Iti liiu, rnlora ,'iiiisliiiillj im I.mul n.iv 111 6111 J. A. lIOI.MDS .V CO.. I Junction 11/V'l/li Street, Is'alertotcn ond tlrichtiiu llumlt im:m:u.m. tmORTMENT OF WEST INDIA QOODB AND GROCERIES. in? shim: k 1.1:11111:. I' AUI I, V ST«)it r. B , >l ii r.l o tli*-I Corner, Mo iv Siini, r vMUUil)i.i:pi)it 11.I 1 . I ,-fiooi!» delivered It-till ii.irlsollheCiiy.iil stiorinol.ee in . lIKMIY lllAVl....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

Davy's Patent Summer Baker, MANUKA tTItIt |9 ANUS V 1.1) 11 V N. M. <ATK, Corner of iWorth Second ana Cambridge strttts, Fast ('amtindge. r 1111 IS valuable article for Summer use itt untile ot I. cat I iron, sheet iron nnd tin. Tlie part most t*x-p.iM-d lv the Hctiou of henl, is uf Hit iron—ihe top nnd lines of lin and flu-et iron. The furnace is furuiflicd with » drawer thill is o| cue.d uud closed nt picture, for ihe ailininsion of fuel. When full uiuiuiteil it weighs just iilt\ pounds, uud is provided witli handles that in,ike it portable aud convenient, und easily managed. It in warranted to hake as finely as a In ick oven, uml it is provided with aeeoinmoduli.iiiti for boiling, routing and In oiling, nnd will bi found to meet llie ex(M'Clations of the piuthai.er. The public are rei-pecllully rei'iic-Med to call and examine I'm llicmselves Indole puifhasing any thing of the kind elsewhere. At.f>, the Washington Summer and Winter COOKING STOYK, for Wood Or ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

To the Hon. the County Commissioners fur the County of Middlesex, Gentlemen— AIfUKUKA.S, 'I'fNeleclmeii of the town of Holli*. f T lon m Mid County, having .eceived a petition MMd by Abucr Johnson antl twenty-eight others legal voters ol ibe town ot Hullisto,, ufuienuid, piuYiiur th«l tWO new piece. <d Town Itoitd maybe located made nml eslubhshed in tnid town, as described in Haul petition ol said Abner Johnson and ..them did upon thu petition ufmenaid, ..Iter giving U(t l\ CK 0 \ their intentions, proceed to lay out said new Tuwn li..,tils as ihereiu prayed for; and afterward., to wil uu llie 17th day gf May, htMODt, laid the eaid laving out liefure the luwn lur its acceptance, and tho 'said town, by Ui vote thereon, at » legal meeting holde.l on ihe said 17lh day ol May, in.tnnt, aforesaid, did unreasonably reluse m accept „f th« .Joiugs „f tlie said .Selectmen in the premises uluiL-said~Wh t .relore ihe umh-rsigned, your petitioners, pray your Hon. Huurd, lhal the two...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1847. NUMBER 8. 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 1, 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 24, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE SISTER OF REMBRANDT. A FLEMISH STORY. EXTENDED FROM THE FRENCH OF DERTHGUD. CONCLUDED. VII. LOUISE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE SISTER OF REMBRANDT. A FLEMISH STORY. EXTENDED FROM THE FRENCH OF DERTHGUD. CONCLUDED. VII. LOUISE. The art of painting was then, as now, divided into two schools—ldeality ond Reality. Van Zwnnenburg belonged to tho latter—to the school of nature. His poetry consisted not in elegant forms, in skies resplendent with lyilliancy, trees whose every leaf reflected the golden sunlight. ~ No: his bruised heart sought after gloom. The somhre interior of a cabaret, the orgies of rude boors, or the gray sky of Flanders, its chilly rain and muddy roads—these were his favorite subjects. "Work!" repeated he to Paul Rembrandt, who, following the custom ofthe artists of his time, had changed his name. *' Work !" he used to say, when, discouraged himself, he threw aside his pencils and quitted his easel, overwhelmed by his powerlessness to express in art what was in his soul and imagination—" work, Raul, for in thee my genius and my glory now rest. I see no longer but with t...

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VIII. THE PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

VIII. THE PICTURE. As the first rnvs of the morning sun penetrated the little chamber of Louise, (hey lit up her pale face as she knelt wilh clasped hands still in prayer. Then, brave and resolute, she arose and sought Musler Van Zwaiienburg, who, though ill and sad, was walking up and down the gulden. " Never, never !" he cried passionately, in reply lo the first words of Louise. " Nothing can persuade me to yield to your solicitations !" Louise was obliged lo retire, her petition uncranled. ll was the first time in her life that such a thing had happened; the first time that ever Van ZvVHiieiiburg hud addressed Louise in ibis brimpte, imperious tone. 'She had asked uf him llie baud of Therese for iSalurnin ! Vnn Zwaiienburg forgot his studio and his pupils, because the love of Saturniu and Therese, which seemed ingratitude nnd treason, had brought back in nil its energy his old hatred of mankind— hatred which had until now been calmed and lulled entirely by tho consolations of I&a...

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IX. TWENTY YEARS AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

IX. TWENTY YEARS AFTER. I We must now pass by twenty years—a space of lime which appear* nn eternity in llie future, a 1 dream in the pt«l. During ibis period two mournful events hail troubled ihe heart of I.nui-e, and bioimbl anxiety to her calm and resigned life—lh" death of Vnn Zwaiienburg, and ihe marriage of Paul Rembrandt. The death nf llie obi pamici ! happened six yaart nfter the marriage of Therese { nud Saturnin. He had been lo visit them wilh j ionise—Louise, who found in their happiness the ' reward of her courageous self devotion, when time, ! the softener of all griefs, had changed her sadne*-- Into a gentle melancholy. After dinner, Van Zwanenburg took his accustomed sleep. When they came to uwuktu him ho wus dead. He passed | thus peaceably from lime lo eternity without puin , or suffering. The man iiige of Rembrandt happened soon after, ' ; aud made the condition of Louise still more deso- | late. One lino morning pan I led into tho house i where Louisa ruled, a you...

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THE BROKEN CHESS-PAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

THE BROKEN CHESS-PAWN. Many years ago 1 formed one of a happy family circle seated round the lea-table. A letter had that day arrived, which, wilh the observation and quick instinct of a child, I guessed in some way concerned myself. 'It will he a pleasant change for her,' said my fuiher, glancing at me. These were words enoush to quicken my cariosity; had it not been all alive before; and I was busy picturing to my mind wlnl this pleasant change might be, when mv mother set the matter at rest, by saying, - Alice, yum MM TT.mwii •"-- i...v--i Vfm to spend a month wilh her, and we ihink of ullow-in-r yon to go.' A month in the country, and in June ! What young heatt, that has been nurtured in n town, does not thrill nl the mention of it ? I rouid scarcely restrain my delight, and ran about ihe house telling every one of my anticipated visits. My Aunl Walton was a widow lady, living in a fine old country house at some distance. She was a great favorite wilh all nephews and nieces, hei...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

J)\VKI.I.IN(.S fOlt 1 li X I'l'OU. IN \ ll.l.A(il>. A company bus heen foOLfttd In London, this Spring, with ■ cipilal of C20lt,()(M), for the purpose of 1ini1.1.114 in healthy **Uu;itinns, within a. short distance of llie metropolis, nnd accessible by railwa.n. They "ill consist of tasteful cottages j and gatdens, ■■ from four to eight miles from 1.011--ilmi, built on an average of eight or leu to the ncre, giving U) each mldmil a good garden. The plan will afford cli:ntiling residences at reduced rents, includiii" railway fart* fiat!) to ntui from homo, to persons of moderate income, who now pay BOOT* p irati'.ely high rents in crowo!eil ami unheallhy districts of the city. I'ach village wilt he laid out in attractive st\!e with a church, school, lecture ami reading rooms, p'uv grounds, hath ami wash houses, and such other I establishment* aa are requisite lo furnish tin- neees Buries ofiile at a HMO rate and of the best quality; the rents are not greater than will he s...

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BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. Sulphuric Ether, Us Ejects, The Discoteteis — Ship Fiver—Emigrants—License* of Qwid-rupedv-Dr. Chalmert—Daniel O'Counell. The discovery of ihe use of sulphuric ether as applied to surgery, is the greul Wonder of the uge. I.r-ss than one year has elapsed since ihe power ot ether to iieulialize pain in surgical operations was announced, and ils virtues in ibis respect are acI knowledged throughout l.nglaiid, France, and America. The want of some such ugent us this has proved lo be, has long been fell to he v desideratum. By the ■J***-' ol opium the surgeon cuuld deaden pain, but ether comes to us as the cttsir for ell pain. It is strange thai ti medicine, which possessed such magical power, should have slum- ! bered so long on the shelves of apnthecurics ami i druggists. The lamp of Aladdin, and the wand of it fairy, are not more magical iv their attributed j results, than is the effect of this agent in obviating pain. By means of a sponge saturated with »'il- :...

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RAIL ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

RAIL ROADS. Mr. F.iutor, —At the las! session of the Legislature of Massachusetts, a Railroad ('hatter was granted by the name of the Cirand Junction Railroad, with a capital of one million of dollars, wilh power to build, and hold depot grounds, buildings, and wharves nl Fast Poston, and lo build a branch l.ailrnad, with one or more tracks, from Last Postnn through Chelsea to the Boston and .Maine Rail road; and it is their intention to extend the said branch road to ihe Fitchburg, Lowell and Worcester Railroads. Il is of great importance lo the city 1 af Cambridge to havu (his brnnch Railroad extend ! fiom the crossing of (he Lowell and Fitchburg Railroad throui'h the lower part of Cambridge lo the ' . . j Worcester Railroad in Prookline, the length of] which branch road need nol exceed two miles and a half. There nre several hundred acres of low lands lying on Charles River between iho settled part of Cambridge and Posion. Cambridge has been entirely cut off from all travel from ...

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For the Chronicle. THE EARLY DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

For the Chronicle. THE EARLY DEAD. 11 V A 1..V1 111 A tiUVIMUUH. They m fulling fasl around us, The bright, Uautiful and young, I Like the (lowers of early summer, j That tmkMl our pathway sprung. » The untimely blight has fallen— lllight of Autumn's latent day— Ami the lovely ones are failing, •> Fading from our away. I), 'lis sad to licit the tinging 1 Ot the clear-toned voice in vain— Sad, to know the bounding foot fall Never can be heard again— Sad to see unchanging pulcucsa On the bp and on the cheek, , And llu: cold lid closed for ever . O'er the glance we vainly seek. Yet 'twere better that the shadow Fall beside the board and hearth, Of ■ spirit-light, dcpaited To aimther brighter birth— Heller this, than thai Time's shadow! I On that spirit's radiance fait. And its cues and ills around it i Gatim closely sorrow's pall. BfoUnr F.ai th ! O, gently, early, Take thy children lo thy breastCm- the hpiiit joyous Itcedniu, One the body peaceful lest. Time's oaths oft aie...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

Mr. KntxoH, —On Wednesday, Juno 16,1 part j of the Hydrant Engine Company, accompanied hy ; some of their friends, went down the harbor on a fishing excursion. At about four in the morning, assembled in front of the Engine house, the whole parly, with the exception of (ieorge !>., who turned in the night hefoie all dressed, for the purpose of getting up early and awaking the rest of the party, hut who had lo he called up himself nl the moment of starting. we found the " (it:nek ai. Taylor " in waiting, with a promptness characteristic of .Mark Hills, the gentlemanly proprietor, whom we have never known in the course of all our dealings with him to he five minutes behind his time. Driven by that crack Whip ol the Old Eine, \V. Q., we soon arrived at Long Wharf, where the Vision, the boat. we had engaged for the excursion, was in readiness for us. All were quickly on hoard, the wind out west, tiled the boat gliding along under a jib and mainsail. Hreakfast was served on boa...

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MUNICIPAL.....City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

MUNICIPAL.....City of Cambridge. In meeting of the Mayor and Aldcrinon, lust evenin:*, June 23. Petitions presented and referred —Of Josiall Richardson nnd Other, irprcscnliug that Berkshire ilrrrt in un-t-afe iv itn prei-nit state to be Inivcllcd—of Rultert Fuller und 226 other owners of property liable lo taxation, in favor ofthe petition of tbe Hancock Free Bridge Corporation—of A. Wilhird and others, tltal the stone mi Iliurard sheet may lie covered on with gravel—of P. R. L. Stone, to repair sidewalk in Harvard street. Committee reported on pe'hion of Brnj. A. Small, for leave lo sell lire crackers till after the 4th of July, had leave to withdraw bis {trillion. The petition uf Hancock Free Bridge Corporation was taken from the Joint Standing Committee on Roads and Bridges, and was referred to tho Standing Committee of the Board of Aldermen. Prtitions presented —Of Joseph Daveiipcrt Slid ollicrs for rnnslriiclinn nf a Drain in Harvard slrtet, in tho vicinity of Columbia street ...

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[Reported for the Cambridge Chronicle] COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

[Reported for the Cambridge Chronicle] COMMON COUNCIL. Common Council., June 22. Concurred iv the acceptance ol llie following reports, &c.:—-Report of tbe Oominitie on llie order concerning compensation to ll"' TtM Department- Report ol Conin.illee on Almshouse, on I he coninniniriilion from Overseers ofthe Poor—in the reference nf the peiiiioii tif Sanmel Pi.nd nnd olbers, for the nppninlment nf n Field Driver. Non-Cnncnrrrtl —in nn order In recommit the plan for 5e11..0l House iv Wind 2, together with tho re sobilious of llie School Couimitlec on that subject—in nn nrder lo purchase land on Cross slice!, fin ihc purpose of erecting a (irntumar School— in (be lefeteuce nl llie petition of llie Hancock Free Bi idge Cnipomlinn to the Committee on Roedl ami Pi idms. Passed to be ordninrtt — An Ordinance restraining the going al large of Dogo) and nn Ordinance establish* log ihe Salaries of eeitnhi Cily OlTiccis. The report of Committer 00 Public Inshaction wns accepted, a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

The Mayor and Aldermen held a rpeciul meeting on Monday evening last. 'Ihc onler adopted al the last meeting, recommitting to the Committee on Puhlic Property their report on School Houses, (with plans,) wan reconsidered, and the Board proceeded to the consideration ol the (übtoet* hi connection with certain resolutions of the f-Vliool Cuimniltcc, communicated through the Mayor, after which it wns Ordered, That the School 1 L.n-e in Ward 3 lie made ftirty-eiyhl feet hy seventy; and that llie plan submitted for that house lie adopted with tbe inuilificntioiiH tue.i'ested by llie School Committee. Sent duvvu for concurrence. The plan t-uhmittcd for a School House iv Ward ?. was recommitted to the Committee on Public Property tegOtbOF with the resolutions ofthe School Committee im that subject. Sent down. A petition was presented fiom tbe Hancock Free Bridge Corporation, that the Cily will ertlffllO certain Roads and Pridges now maintained by said Corporation, as puhlic highways. Refer...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

POLICE REPORT. Henry Bright, proAeruted nnd fined ffs nnd ■ costs for bretteb of the Lord's Day, driving his ice tenuis throned the City. 7'homas Pike, for immoderate driving 09 l.ro.idwuy, Ward 2. Fined £5 und costs. James Cicely, n rouimon drunkard, was sent to the House of Correction two months. Jamfs Mc % \"ally, for being present nt I MM of cards, June 13, Sunday, was fined 50 cents and OOOtOi Stephen King, n wif'ior, bixtcen years of age, was sent to the House of Correction M days, as v coinmuii drunkard. John Carney, for being drunk, was fined J*2 and cost.-t, n:id if not paid in 30 da*,s to be sent to the House of Correction. Joans Morristcy, for nn assault on Win. Killer, wus fined £7 end cunts.

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

SUMMARY. The <7rops.—The lN'mional ItileHigeucer fjtfa that " fmui every (punier we hear of the promising condition of ihc growing wheat crop. Occasionally there ia a note of complaint that the nop here or there has lieen winter-killed ; Iml the news ot the death is never confirmed. The trtiih ia that the crops, :is a getier.il thir.g, were never more promising. Wilh even a tolerable crop the usual ipiiulity of iced which has lii-cii put in, tn it Ii uf wheal aud Indian corn, will produce a greater n'linlity ol breadstuff than our country ii in ever seen lx.'f.tre.'* We learn from llie Amherst Fxpirfa, that lion. Samuel Wiltialon, of Fair-lhumpton, has lecenlly j-lveu !*1(M)0 lo Amherst College, for purpose* of instiuclion in addition to which he had previously j;iven tv found v profcaaorship. 1 Linr. R AI.ITY Of NKi.Ror.S.—The colm-ed people of Antij-iia have lately sultsriila'd aeven hun.lred dollars toward.-! the relief of the sulfci in-" pom oi Ireland. The Providence...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

MARRIAGES. In this city, 14th inst., by Rev. Mr. Parker, Mr. Charles Hurlburt, of Utica, N. Y. to Sarah A. daughter of Robert Fuller, Esq. of C. In this city, 17th inst. by Rev. Benj. I. Lane. Mr. Hiram Mingo, of Boston, to Mary Ann Task of C.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847

DEATHS. In this city, in the 17th inst. Mrs.Persis, wife of Solomon Sargent, Esq. and daughter of Wm. Child, Esq. of Templeton, 51. In this city, 12th inst. drowned while bathing, Moses M. son Mr. Moses M. Rice. In this city, 23d inst. of ship fever, Henry Kelley, an Irish emigrant, 30. In this City 17th inst. Ellen Scarlet, 12.

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