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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

1 lUiihrHur nn-f ( hurtr- Hirer lt.*nk*. IT- ItI.ANK CHECKS en the shove Banks, Tor sale el lhe office of lhe Chronicle. Cluck [looks hound to order. I r Tex lon nr Mrin*. — The cheape-l place in lhe ell" to [Hirchn-e Room Psper*. nnd Ilonler* is si \\ 11,1,1 AM C. DAMEMaS', corner ot Main and M*f untie slrerts. He inrtnuliic.urea Ihem. antl sella nt wholes-lie niul n lad, very rhenp. Aran,Green Curtain Paper, Carpel Paper, Crockery niul <>|._m_ Wur. Jiim diop in. jl !JT llwlmtin'- Nnluri'i (-.ranst Kraiorniiir, is one of the boM niul 1110-.1 popid.tr Me.lifite 1 ol the d_>. Re-id thr rcroinmeiidi-lioiit- nn 01a Inurtli pane.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

City Ordinances, [No. 7.) cnv OF CAJtBaUMJB. In the )i-ar ajaaj dpoajaajaaj eight hundred and forty-six. AN ORDINANCE, Directing the milHaaT in which the Ordinances of the City Council und the Orders of the Mayor and Aldermen shall be promulgated. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Cambridge, as follows : All Ihe Oidiiiiiucua of the City Council and all the Orders of tho Major und Aldermen shall be published and promulgated, by causing the: aanie to be inserted, four week* successively, in such newspaper ua ahull be printed and published in the city; or, in cane no newspuper ahull be printed and published in the city, then in such newspaper or newspapers, printed mid published in the city of Boston, a* the Mayor and Aldermen ahull from time to time designate. In Common Council, June 9, 1846. Passed to be ordained. ISAAC LIVERMORE, President. In Hoard of Aldermen, June 9, 1840". Passed to bu ordained. JAMES D. GREEN, Mayor. A true copy. Attest : Lucius It. Paige, City ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

J. A. HOLM-CM Jt fO„ I Junction of Mat* *_-.„, ll_,r(oua ana 1 Uniktam, Heats. i.x.Nr.K.ai. aaaußTaispiT uk "VEST INDIA t'OODrt AM) tJUOCEKIES. 11l 7 CHjk at__S _. OkvS ft cd. APOTHECARIES, .ilaiii.lri-ri.iirarl)-i.iiiMa.iirl P.Bill l»*B|.a_ I Hi.- I'lliv.i.sll.l I ii..nli, , -—mm, | We havr i-unstaiitly on hand a lull assortim-nt nf j ' UKU.IH, MKIIIt'INKM, I'ATKN'r MKUIt I.NKH, AMI I'LUII Ml.tti , ..II i.rxxl.lcli \x-«- will xia/raul lo Im; ol Hie last lliul ran br ■ ..l-laii.taj. Tht- ntricli-st |..rr..,aal iill.nil.in riatrj In prriiarinf I'l.tsirian's Prrat-rltiliul.s ai.J I'liiinly Mr.tirlues. 11. di. __ ti. - lix.-r.dal nuy 1...... <S 111.- duy .....I nit lit. V. A.Oa.xe. !!i! , " ,, _ _____■ WOOD Jt HALL, \oa. 5 uud II Hisrvnrd Ituxv, ......brl.ttt.-, (Opposite Ihr l.uxx rVII.M.IJ Will constantly keep as |.hkl and (t-urral all assortment tit WEST tNPU GOOPS Aud _KOCKKII>, ua cau Ijc (oiii.il in iliis city or in Hf-aton.--tvli.rli ihey oflrr to tlie publ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

REMOVAL. rS-MK KllllsM-KIBKUr. h.xr removed from their old ...ml ■*- ...... Us* L.m.. .M....1 Ctiu.it., lo IL. ,„„ .luit- in I "ill. i J.uks'lli iLDiau. Main .uea-t, I'siiilu i,1.,-i„„, ixlirrt- it.ay lr louiul a aeaeral .t—oiliti, .a ol' 11UY liuolis i.lil.li Un yxx ill sell al ll_ loxxe.l prkoa llir ns. ""-•->. R *■ * <i. I?. 11AM MATT 1; A It-xv floors ..al taf Norfolk alrt-el, lin m., ni: \v lin _T 'rtlKl'.txlllKllliiK,('AMHKll>l;ri'(lßT .'...liiit'.'ii v ,' ,v, '°,**' ■_«•■«■ "„r < a nln-ldie Il.tloro niul I past „o r , |„, ur („—, t ,_■„„ , fi ",. •i...';"'V, t ";"' 7 " v ; l i"-• '■ **••" d '""* "»*>•.- .. n a xi".' .',',"''""''""M ("»" rvrry hour ln.ni I l.cFrom Hid Cai.tl.iitl,.- lo' U...1.,,','-, ,'ickrl. Tor .1 OO „ sni.lu larr 15 From I'ainl.ri.il,. p,,i 11„ 8.,.t0n ien'liVktnlTo'r'.: I.. Iw! . „ " .i.'tlelarr |-'l ___ TII.IMArijITKAHNri. Can't Be Beat. tiik oni-.AT I'ortiAa T A I I. '» R ING, O V TFITTING, —A"*nFIIv...

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POETRY. GENTLE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

POETRY. GENTLE WORDS. A fount -nse in the peteear ■*■«• U beautiful 1" are, And ■Wrier^^ , i_?__! flm* gliawnor on the sea ; /lot gentle wmils uud loving hearts, And li.uuls to clasp my own, Are heller ihan the brigliiest :h»vvcra, Ut 1 Nan 'hat over shone ! The sun may warm the grains to life, Tlie dew the droopiui! (lower, And eyes grow bright lhal watch lhe light Of autninn's opentug Iwor— Dot words ilmi breathe of leaderncas, And smiles we know are true, Are wnrm-'r (ban lhe suumier time, Are brighter than the tlevv. It is nol much the workl can give, With ull its subtle art. And -old or gem* ure not the things ' To satisfy the heart j Hut, oh ! if tlmse who cluster 'round The. ahar and the heurth, Have ITC|tlt words und loving MBtlttHovv bcniuiftit is earth !

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

SONG. My own, my Hue -loved Mntion ! No wreath Im line I'll tiling! I\o r-uuiiiU'i-j-Miheu'd ins. t> BUI ", Nor snow-drop of the spring I O . these would nui.kly lade—for soon The hiighie-t ll..v*eis depart ; A wreath mmc laming 1 will give— A gurlaud of llie heart. Mv own, my lroc-I..ved Marion, Thy morn of life was gay, I.ike'toa utieaiu that {■cully flows Along its lovely way ! And now, when in thy pride of noon, l.maik thee, blooming fail ; He peace tun! joy SI HI o'ei ihy path, And tantMnt ever there ! My own, my gentle Marion ! Tliougll 'tis a world nf woe, Tlicie's ninny a -oddon tint that falls To [-lid the road vvn go ! And iv this chequered Vale, to tue A Kft-Bt buth round me slmne. Since timu cuni'&l from tliiue highland home In days long pant aud gone. My own, mv true loved Marion ! N Cold, col.'l this hearl shall be, When I abet! cease to love thee still—To clicei and chiii-di thee ! Like ivy muml the withered oak all tilings else decay, Mv love f...

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MISCELLANY. THE DEATH OF KNOWLTON, On ... Heights, September 16, 1776. ROCKY MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

MISCELLANY. THE DEATH OF KNOWLTON, On ... Heights, September 16, 1776. ROCKY MOUNTAINS. There are certain pantos thai exist in our historical annals so briefly, yet gloriously, thai wo involuntarily wish to hear more of them. Among these names mny k# mentioned that of Tlomas Knowltoti. back, vt- hen he was shot from hit horse, ihree halls passing through his body, and he was borne oil the field, '(his rather added lo the fiery valor of his men, for onward lliey rushed and swept the left of the field. In the- meantime Knowllon en ihe right pushed forward and charged the Highlanders, ralher in front than in (link, and a heavy and destructive lire took place along the line.—His men were fully determined lo wipe away the disgrace of their New F.ugland brethren, in the retreat from Kip's Pay the day helore, and charged into the very heart of the 42<\, a regiment so famous, in ihe utter annals of Pritish glory in Fgypt. , Above the s.uoke, which curled along the valley] and edg...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

City Ordinaiins. [No. I.] city of c v,mkhiik;k. lo ih'' year one thousand light hundred anil fuily-six. A.N ORDINANCE, Prisiiibiiij; the manner <.f recording the Ordinances of 11..' Cily. Hi it uidata'd fry Us Ottf C-'U'iciloftlte CttynfCam- \ bridge, M fithm .—All Ordinance, which tdmll he (i.tftced by ihe Mayor and Al.lt i uit-n ami by the Com mini Council of mid city, shall l>c engrossed or recorded by llie lily Cleik in a fair and It gible hand, withI out interlineation or erasure,and in the order in which i ihey shall bo pajwd. in a book lo be kept fot th.it I iiuipiise, made ol strong linen paper, with pit.per uiar- : gini ami index, lo Ire lettered, "Record of Ordinances iol the Cily ol Cambridge;" which book shall he preserved in iho other of the City Clerk, subject lo the inspection ot the citizens. In Common Council, May 11, 1846. Passed to lie ordained. ISAAC LIVERMORE, Piesidcnt. In Board «!>• Ax.dibbj.ist, May 11,1846. Passed to he ordai...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

Aldermen and tliice mi uit»ei a of liic Cuuimiiii Council, j which tuiiiniiltee shall meet once, nl lentil, every iimuth, and carefully examine ami audit all tMoeatt ami cl.iiuis against IM city, which shall be laid before llieui, c.eiiitietl an provided IQ |bt i-uccredmg -.cttion, and shall allnvv and puss tlie saim , il loilud lv lie eurrecl and jiially dw, 1 Nn accoiuil or claim against the city, oilier than judgments of lhe Judicial Courts, shall Ik- leeeived m acted on, by lhe committee on ucc.iunt-i, IaHR -.neb account or claim shall lie uecouip uiied with a reitilieate of the Mayor, President ot the Comanm Council, or of some ...ticer, committee, or agent, aullu.riie.l ou b-dialf of lhe city take llie contrail, «»l cause tlie expenditure to Ire made, that the saiue is correct. .'{. The City Clerk shall receive all account! und cl.iiuis I'm oi persons having deinau.ls agaim-l the city, which ttatll have beet certified as provided in the piecediug section. He -dial carefully ex...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846

11 II I. M A N 'H Nature's (Iraiitl Rcslordtivc. Tills Vc.t I'iiilr Mt .In me sluiuts unrlvullitl lor the h.llowtOi t'oiiiu'aiiits, vu. : DVfIPRfSU ok INMORSnONi PKRASSP UVBR. JAIiNMtIBi DtLUOCI CHOLIOi <:ohtlvknekk, l-OSH OF APPETITE, ASTHMA, IIIbUOHH Dirt ORDKHrt. WIHtMH.MIKVOIh I OM I'LAINTH, pain in tub 11dr, bleeding at the stomu'H,(oi.dhandcoii(*hH(>e I.OM;HTAMHN(},HOAKt«ENESri, »IIORTNESI_ or BREATH, UA MIL'KNEHH, Ac,, Ac. J. B. lIOI.MAN, proprietor, No. 10 < uri-lilll, llo.iou. A. RKID. Agent lor C-mi.rldie, t'uluuubiu ouuo**ile Nulls-Ik,) Sir ft-1. Th la Medicine is ol"a warniliig, cheering and invigorating nature, uud is never known v. weakri. Die patient; whereas it hr. Mcll known many oilier Cathartics have -lir-cily au opiioaite leiuh'licv, ll hin* h lilvial powerful liilluence, *--,- ■_< -,1. c.l l.v no other medicine, in rvmovilll NERVOUS COMI'I,\INTH. It is plea-milt lv lake, Uiul hi llrt o'teraiion _~ rmicli sc>...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1846 NUMBER 7. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1846.

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Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. CONTINUED. CHAPTER IV. The Maja's Choice. CHAPTER V. The Last ... CHAPTER VI. What is the Mystery? CHAPTER VII. Castilian Love. PART SECOND. Tener su promessa, y morir. CHAPTER VIII. An Early Visitor. CHAPTER IX. Carlist and Christine. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. CONTINUED. CHAPTER IV. The Maja's Choice. CHAPTER V. The Last Banquet. CHAPTER VI. What is the Mystery? CHAPTER VII. Castilian Love. PART SECOND. Tener su promessa, y morir. CHAPTER VIII. An Early Visitor. CHAPTER IX. Carlist and Christine. BY PITRE-CHEVALIER. Manuela waa, as her uncle had said, a native of Navarre, the daughter of a sister of Don Riaz, and of a royalist hidalgo, a cultivator of the earth, like himself. She had left Tufa llu, her native town, on the death of her father nnd mother, who had fallen victims of the civil war which desolated thut country; and the aged Pedro had caused her to be brought, not without danger, to Panola, where he delighted le treat her as his cherished daughter, till she could suitably and honorably marry. The origin of Manuela wag evident in her features, which were less Castiliun than any of those which surrounded her; but though endowed with a less majestic beauty, she pos...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, At his office, corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over the store of Joseph A. Holmes & Co. Cambridgeport. TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for six months. Single copies, four cents. May be obtained at the University Bookstore, Cambridge; Mr. Work's, and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 line First Insertion 0 50 Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 By the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 Business Cards, 1 year, 6 00 " " 6 months, 3 50 " " 3 months, 2 00 Advertisements exceeding 12 lines charged in proportion A liberal discount to those who advertise by (he year. All Mercantile or Medical advertisements inserted according to contract. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NEATLY AND CORRECTLY EXECUTED, ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THIS OFFICE. City Ordinances. (No. 7.] CI...

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TEMPERANCE. From the Concord Freeman. Middlesex County Temperance Society [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

TEMPERANCE. From the Concord Freeman. Middlesex County Temperance Society Tho nnnanl meeting of the Middlesex County Temperance Society, was holden in Concord, J Wednesduy, June 10, ISJO. Tho following zentlenien were appointed otlicers fir Ihe ensuing year : —■ President, l.lishn Huntington, M. !»., of Lowell. Vice Vresidenls, Rev. Tlionins Whiltcmore, of Cambridge, Mr. J. L. L. F. Wurren, of Hrightnii. Sccictury, Rev. Win. L Mnlher, of Concord. Recording Secretary, Culvin shepherd, of Ashland. Executive Commiltee, J. 1,. 1,. V. Wurren, of Brighton, J. N. Harbour, of Cambridge, Benj. DU, J__aj., Littleton, |_. B. r.Uoh, 1-i-q., Lowell, A. J. Locke, Chnrlestown. Treasurer, Win. P. 1,. Itndger, of Conrord. Auditor, tSaiiniel llnrrutl, of Concord. Hepoitsof the state of the temperance cause in thu several towns were made by the delegates. These report;, exhibited the gratifying fact that on iho whole the progress of the cause was onward j though owing to various local and temporary ca...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

The Temper a m:t: Cause.—l believe under God, the cause of Temperance is advttiofu nil over tho hind-- its tnighiy coirenla me growing deeper and wider, and cany ing away one obstacle nfter another. Benevolence, patriotism, nnd relo'ion must slumber before it will cease lo advance. The Wnsbinglonian movement has broken up, removed the obstacles ,(0 its progress in one extreme of no. ciely ; mid I trust in heaven, the limn is not far distant whin good men and women in the high and refined walks of life will cordially unite their efforts to remove the great obstacle that lies in the other extreme of society . In this great and good cause. God willing, I nin a soldier for life.— tluv. Hriggs. re nine in operation in Boston, tuipioyinp 17 men, nnd n capital of #175,000. They manufacture iiuminlly nbnnt 2,H73,b23 gallon* oi .pints, \ abiod nt (H26.000.

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GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY. It has so happened itwt, nearly simultaneously, though under very different circumttances, lien. Taylor at the head of tho army for the invasion of Mexico, Major General Hcott, at Washington, and .Major General (.uiues ut" his head quarters al New Orleans, uro brought prominently before tho public by their correspondent wilh thu Wur Department. General Taylor appears to have acquitted him-st-If —we say it without any admiration of the military character, us such—-with all the proprieties of n soldier, in his uncomplaining obedience to orders; I with nil ihe requisite bUill und self-possession of un j ollicer in chief command, in his military movej meiits and bis conflicts with the enemy; with the ! generosity of a soldier, whose bravery is tempered |by intellectual cultivation, in his treatment of the vanquished; and with thut himionity towards nonI combatants which is the legitimate issue of heroism; of heroism, the elements of which arc ...

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EXPENSES OF THE PRESIDENTS WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

EXPENSES OF THE PRESIDENTS WAR. Mr. Webster staled, MM days since, from what he considered good authority, that the expenses of the war amounted lo nearly half a million of dollars a day. A correspondent of thu Commercial Gazette says that '* a very shrewd and inlelligent adminis.ration member of the House, who bu examined the subject, makes out the expense;" to be two millions a week;" less limn :•'• 300,000 n day; either union nt, if lung continued, will require large additions lo our commercial revenue from other sources. But the wan lon waste of money is n small part of the evils of war. llaltle Ground after a yanguinanj ton/lit/. — An officer in the U. 8, Army, iv n lelter dated Matamoros, May 23, says— 1 went over the Held after (he battle of Itesaca de la Pnlma, and the sight which met my eyes there, was one which imagination can scarcely depict. llodi'S of Mexican soldiers wire lying abonl in every direction —some with lliejr heads eniirely or partly shot off—nlhers wilhout ...

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HARVARD UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

HARVARD UNIVERSITY. We understand llial the corporation of the Cni- , versily are about to erect a new Chapel separate from the other college buildings, to be used exclusively for morning und evening prayers, nnd for public worship on the Lord's day. The present chapel, in University Hah, is ill adapted lo the purpose for which it was designed, und is so constructed that it is uncomfortubleio tho worshippers, both in summer and winter. Resides, it is surrounded by 100 many apartments for other purposes; thu dining halls for students being below, nnd lecture rooms on two of its sides. We are rejoiced j to leuru that this addition is lo be made lo the accommodation of ihe ollieers nnd students of the ■ University. When this building shall have been completed and devoted to its intended use, it will make the second removal of the place of worship since our first knowledge uf the University. The chapel, on ihe ground floor of the western half of Harvard Hall wus used for morning and eve...

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