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

Mr. Wkbsteii. — Committee of Investigation on the charges made against .Mr. Webster by C. J. Ingrvsol. —-We do not tlueni it necessary to copy the report of the committee at length. The charges, it will lie recollected, were in substance:— First —That Mr. Webster had drawn on the disbursing agent for part of tho secret service money wilhout the President's knowledge and contrary lo ■MM, and appropriated it tn his private use. Sernnd—Thai he bad used n portion of the same fund for corrupting party presses. Third —That he was a public defaulter when he left the Department of Secretary of State. Tho following summary of llie. Report of the Committee from the Daily Advertiser, contains every thing essential. In regard In the first branch of this charge, it was proved to ihe committee, by the testimony of the late President, that it WM on his suggestion lhat a portion of "the foreign intercourse fund, which was lyug in depot.tt with Mr. _stubbi, thu ordinary disbursing agent, was withdra...

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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

FOREIGN. Hy the urrivul of thu Creut Western ut New York ou Tuesday morning, we have news ten days biter from Europe. British Parliament.—-The Corn Bill, the passage nf which through the House of Lords had been considered doubtful, (Missed to a second reading after a debate of three nights, by a majority of forty-seven. Its enactment was considered certain. The Customs Rill had been read once in the upper House, uud undergone v further discussion in the Commons, but without resulting iv uny further progress. The subject of tho Quarantine Laws had been brought before thu House of Commons by Dr. Rowriog, who offered proofs that tho plague was not contagious and could not be imported, aud showed their pernicious ellecls ou commerce. The following comment is added iv oue of the Loudon journals : A general imprecision is gaining ground out of doors, that ihe quarantine laws do require v thorough revision. They could not bo in better hands ihuu those of Dr. Howling, who to considerable sc...

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

The Oregon Treaty.—We copy from the National Intelligencer of thu 10th in_4. what the editor says he understands to be ihe substance of the proposition communicated to thu Senate by the President for ihe scltluuienl of thu Oregon eoulioversy. ** If we are rightly informed, this proposition did not consist in general heads merely of un arrangement, but was, iv effect, the full draught of a proposed Convention, which draft was assented to hy the Senate without alteration. Iv nil probability, therefore, a Treaty conformably thereto, will be signed and sent to the Senate to-day or to-morrow. M It is understood that the general basis of the proposition is to inukc the forty-ninth parallel nf latitude the boundary between the territories of ihe two countries, from the pointon that parallel where the present boundary now terminates, to tho middle of the sound or channel which divides Vancouver's island from the continent, nnd llienco along the r.iM./l*. of (hat nlMnnol, ~.,..„„ H. and W. i...

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Communicated for the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. Watchman! What or the Night ?— Daring attempt at hov*e-breaking. —lt is underaloud that a vigilant and efficient corps of guardians of the night, has been organized by our in_w city fulhers, und our gates will henceforth sleep quietly un their hinges. An occasional burgUry may reliuvu thu dull monotony of our city life ; hut let rogues beware, —are not the edicts ou every post, and the extracts from the revised statutus where he that runs may ruud . Must not watchmen sometimes sleep ? Such must have been the case on Saturday night, when forcible entrance was -.fleeted into the house of one of our citizens, about half-past eleven o'clock. Three persons were seen to enter the front gute and to attempt ihe front door ; not succeeding in this, they tried to opeii several of the lower windows, and then went lo the rear. Meeting with no better success, (buy raised a ladder, and one of them ascended and entered a chamber window. Thu doors of the room being p...

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

Driving on the Sabbath.—ln consequence of the names of several boys and rowdies, who are in the habit of diiving furiously to and from the tavern ut thu west pari of the city, on the Sabbath, having been ascertained by the police, a very perceptible diminution of the nuisance was noliccd on Sunday last. Wu trust that this effort of the new city authorities, to put a slop to the intolerable nuisance which wu have so long suffered and complained id'in vain, is now in a fair way to he put an end to. Let the laws be put in force, without fear or favor, and our citizens niuy hope to see the Sabbath a day of rest and uninterrupted quiet. ('a m nit iiM.y..

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Communicated for the Chronicle. "INVISIBLES." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. "INVISIBLES." " March lo ihe batlle-fu Id, 'llie li. h i_ hiill tH'hind us.'* The company assembled at early dawn the next day , armed und equipped agreeably to iheir own regulations, and made n sti iking appearance. ( n'onrl Snodgrnss, being culled upon lo address the assein- ( bled iiitilliiudf, ere the sons of valor bid them ,t final allien, mounted the (bird bar of the fence, and commenced as follows, (taking from his pocket a piece of paper very much soiled ) Follow Sogers,—The cricis have nrriv ; we aie about to leave our city for our city's good; il were better to stand our chance of revelling in llie halls of the Moiileziiiiiiis than in the stone halls at ihe East, —it Ml heller lo live on Ampudia-heud soap than A._.i/-pud ding. We are about lo march for the Innd of ihe lone star ! Shntnmkeis bate shouldered iKeir awl, and their .o/cs swell with the importance of the occasion ; may the end of ibis war be the nppet -most object of iheir ambitio...

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

ft* thr Clirnnicli-. Mr. F.nnoß, — Did ynu ever hear of n certnii* class of people styled the "B'hoys?" Now, should you he no behind the progress of the age as lo answer in the negative, you will nnt only attonish your correspondent, hut the " B'hoys " themselves ; for not only is there such a class, but it coiiiponet a very important part of the community, and a very efficient set of beings too. In (he first place they take care to provide work for the carpenters and blacksmiths, hy removing gates, signs, &c, that do not meet their approving eyes. Toward those who otherwise would sleep too long nnd rest too quietly, they nre very benevolently disposed, and gently awaken them hy their melodious nnil chaste songs, occasionally interspersed with extracts from llnndel and llnydn. Then again, the gouty, rheumatic, and crippled, sro made active, by endeavoring lo escape, when crossing a street, from being knocked down ami run over, os one or two of tbe B'hoys come gently and ...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. TuiiUAY, June 16.—1n meeting of the Muyor and Aldermen,— An oidinanco establishing the office or City Mnr_hul. mid an ordinance establishing v City Welch, were furthur considered and referred lo it special couimitle** An ordinance directing to what uses fines and penultics-i shall bo appropriated, passed lo be ordained. An ordinance to prevent unlawful and injurious practices in the si routs and other public places in the city, passed to be ordained Ordered, Tlnjt the City Treasurer be uutl.ori.eed io borrow $5000, iv anticipation of recoipla for taxes. Horace Keay and Charles 11. Wiggin were appointed Constables.

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

Dookhindinu. —Thu Bosioii line, in its "Inklings upon Employment," says—" The business of the binder, never very profitable, is much less so than formerly, and where money is mude, it is on tho labor of others. Binding is generally very plain, und there is little or no ornament to afford an upology for good prices. It is something with binding us with tailoring; it ii done ut much cheaper rates than formerly, but the work is more than enough inferior lo muke up the difference. Ihe showy annuals ure bound very slightly, and the books of today full in prices to-morrow. Our futhers, on tbe contrary, have handed duwn to us books, well worn, if may be, but still stout, though put together centuries ago." One of our oldest inhabitants, who prides himself in having tho most valuable and rare library in the Commonwealth, we understand, sunds ull his books to Kuropo to be re-bound. Piano Fortes.—We would cull tin. attention ; of our readers to the advertisement of Stephen W. Miirsli, in anot...

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BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 16. Cotton—The sale* up to to-day were moderate, hut al heavy prices. Since llie arrival of (he Ureal Western, al New York, nothing line heen done. Cory i.i:—Thc market is quiet; part of n recent iMpoftof Miiclia _>oltl on private term*; in oilier description* no mi lea ol note. I''i.oUK—Moderate .ale. up to (he receipts of the nevvs |mt sleuiner —(.cuei.ee, cotnuion hruuds, 4 31; Ohio via New Or lean*, 4 v 4 12; dovia cunal, 4 111 a 4 25, and .Michigan 4 25, cash The English accounts have completely upset ihe market, nnd there nre no sales now making except by retuil at the oliovc prices. Southern description* are grrntly depressed—2sohhls Georgetown, good, sold at 4 19, I urn. FIU flalM OtioMM Bank Cod nt 250 per qtl; Mnckeiel. No. 3, S 25; No. 2. 5 23, und No. 1, 7 25 a 7 50. New South No. 3 have suit! ut 462 per bbl. I-Kain—Corn i.t.nkci dull; Southern yellow flat 60 n 61c, white 1001 Norltiern Oat* 40'n 41, and Soul lu-ni ;»tt a 38c. Mim.a'-s , s—...

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BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, June 15. At Mnrket, 400 Beef Cnllle, 12 pairs Working Oxen, 15 Cow* nnil lakes, 300 Sheep,ami 1350 Swine. 47 Heel Cattle unsold. Tlticis— lltrf ("attlt —l.nal wet-k'. ju ice* far like moUtl) were hardly vu.tiiinr.il : belter cuttle were nt market. We qMtt llie i.nir: extra £6 25; first quality 6; MOwad iMoliU 5 7..; third (|iuliiy 475 a 5 50. H \,rkimg Oxen— Suit* nt f 70. 85, and £9S Ctm and CnhM- ■ Bates m MO, 22,25, 29, and Gkssf SwfM from $2 to 2 75. ,■».„■,, t .—Trice, rclueeil—Shout* to pciliHc 4 1-1 » 4 3 I for Sow*, iin.l 5 1-4 I 5 3-4 for Barrows; small niir* tic; old Hoc*, I l-2c At retail from sto 7c. ' * fl.iily Ally.

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

MARRIAGES. In this city, June 16, by the Rev. E. F. Slafter, Kector of St. Peter's Church, Mr. George L. Child to Miss Fanny Phillips. Also, Mr. Richard Penney to Miss Mary Patterson, all of this city. At Boston, 10th inst., Mr. Lucius A. Bigelow to Smith M. eldest daughter of Otis Tufts, Esq.; 11th, Mr. John Noble to Miss Euselia S. Hickman. At Dedham, Mr. Frances Rhodes, of this city, to Miss Olive Guild. At New York, Sunday, June 7th, by the Rev. Mr Thompson of the Broadway Tabernacle, Drummond Farnsworth Esq., of Nporridgewock, Me, to Miss Julia A. Whittemote, of West Cambridge, Mass. At Hamilton, Madison co. N. Y., Rev. A. Judson, of Maulmain, Burmah, to Miss Emily Chubbuck, (the "Fanny Forrester" of the magazines.)

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

DEATHS. At East Boston, 11th, Mr. Charles C. Morse, 33. Al Went Cambridge, fnh inai, Mr Joshua Kendall, nged W. At Cherleftnwn, June 10, Mr. Stephen G. Clark ; Mr. George Coolidge, 38 Al Waltham, 9th inst. Mr Joseph Jlnnd, formerly of Boston, 76. At Woburn, 14th inst. capt. Isaac Richardson, 70. At Braintree, Mrs Elizabeth Gardner, wife of Jacob Richards, M. D. and daughter of Rev. Calvin Walcott, of Quincy, 33. At Gloucester, 7th, Mr. Moses Lufkin, 90 years; for 2 years a drummer in Gen Washington's Life Guards; he was at the battles of Lexington, Bunker Hill, Trenton and saratoga. At Gilmanton, N. H. May 6, Joseph Plummer, aged 45. On the same day, Thomas J. Kimball, aged 42. They had been at work together, being neighbors, the week previous, until Friday night. On Sundny they were Iniili taken sick nlamt ihe same lime nnd til the .ante manner, by iH-saines*, and both died on the Wednesday following. From llieat. circumstances, il was supposed ihey had taken poison, some suppose i...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

Cumbr.-litc •< ml Chnrle* Klvrr RiiHlta* 3_T HI.A.NX OttKM cm ihe above Hank*, for sale al ihe nlllce of the Chronicle. Check Hook* hound to order. I_T Trxftra or Mt-vn*. - Ttie cheapcat place in ihe cily lo purchase lloniti I*a|KT* nnd Itorder* I* al Wf 1,1.1 AM C. DAMKLL**'. corner ol Main and Magazine airteta. He intoiufiH-.nre* them, nnd *elln al \v lodctoile and rrlail, very cheap. Also,fin-en CnrlAiii I'ftppr, Carpet I'aper, Crockery and «..*** Ware. Ju. 1 drop ■■■■ J4 07 Il»lifinii'a Nutiire -. f_rnnd Rt-«l«rallte, I* one of the bent and in am popiil .r Medicine * of the day. Hero, the recommendation! nn our fourth page. SIIAWI- foi:xd. lv thl" cily, on •tun-l.iy taat.a valuable Winvvl. 7 which ihe owner can obtain hy proving property, and pniint lor advei lifting. Appll at thi«ouVe }c II fkkScii MCM.INH. , _ , A NF.W and Reantiliil SI lie, m«t recHveJ, and foi sal* A low, al W, A.A fi. -MUM MATT*. j I ,M .in M., a frw door* ea*l ol Norfolk *l. V.FFICR TO LRT, IN I...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

Cily Ordinance. [No. 11 J CITY of CAMMUOOffJks In ihe year one thousand eight bundled and forty-six. AN ORDINANCE, Directing to what uses Tines and Penalties ahull be appropriated. tie it Ordained by the City Council oj the City of Cambrit/ge f as follows : 1. All tines und penalties for the violation of any ordinance of the city, or any order of the Mayor and Aldermen, shall, wlien recovered, enure lo the use of the cily, and shall be paid into Ihe city treasury, unless it shall bo otherwise directed by the laws of Ihe Commonwealth or the ordinance.* of the city. 2. A'l ofHcers of the cily shall enforce obedience lo such laws of the Commonwealth, ordinances of the city, nnd orders of tho Mayor nnd Aldermen, as it may be the duty of such officers respectively to observe and enforce; and, to that end, shall take notice of nil complaints, and institute such prosecutions us shall be necessary for that purpose. In Common Council, June 16, 1846. Passed (o be oiduined. ISAAC LIVERMORE, Pr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

person shall place or koep any table, stall, booth, or other erection, in any street, luuu, ulluy.ur public place, or on (he common, or any sidewulk iv the city, for ihe sale of fruit or other thing, wilhout perni-i-nion from the Mayor uud Aldermen. 15. No person .lull, except in tho perfor.iiuuciof some duly required by law, discharge any gun, pistol, or oilier tiro arm, loaded with ball.-., or shot, or with ponder only, within the principal inhabited purls of l ho city, or wilbiu fifty rods ef uny dwelling MM thereiu. . Hi. No person nhall injure, deface or destroy uny guide-po.t or guide-board, any lump-post or lump or lantern (hereon, heretofore erected, or which shall be erected in the city; or any tree, building, fence, post, or other thing, set, erected, or made, for thu uae or ornament of the city. 17. No person shall behave himself in a rode oi disorderly manner, 0 r uso any indecent, profane or insulting language, iv any struct, lane, alley, or other public pluce in the ci...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

WILLIAM HOVEI, Jr. RE A L EST A T M AGEA" T, lXtlce, Mm 11 flirt., l, Ward j». * je It I*l RE mill A VVITKK, with Lc iiii-n,l- .•Kpb-rrj.S.ir-.itMi ri11... Si,., ,> birry, fine Api-Ie, Meittl, ftsft Sjrww*. --AIJIO--MINKIIAL WATER, Tor »_i|e !,j I H Mil I.H A. OIINK A I'll., M„ m ,n,.t 111 -.'I im Ilil. X __■'.~NT_B-ilt.\K,~' D6NTCST, f'.ruf, _f t'aur. .....I llu„iirilSi,in,, BOSTON. Kill rum-, first »I.Mir Mti lit in llowurd „tr< ... _)e_U * I IK\I_V~Til A V KB. " DRVUUIHT AHl> AI'OTIIECMtV, liu.inl*., IHo4'k, Mhui street, .;aiiilm.l_t'i>ort. 3_|- I'renci iptniii Mtilii ims of aiitt.l iluullty. f. It -IMIRK fODA WATER. -111, FANCY SYHt.PS. Filly TieKel. 1.,r .110. 3m-ml. i uk-Uki-H i. vvsmsa, C O UA'S ULL OR AT LA W, l'OttTlill-t 111 II.DINO, mil <,-__anir«a. t'ItA.YCIS HOLMK!., rORKIQje AJ\'D DOMESTIC hardware-. MsiltHlH-el, CHlllliridf .-[..irl. j I ' rroiiK * i.katiTE; i 1' Aal I. V STOKIS, .-Im.ilo«*_*m f'.rarr, Mnin Sire-,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

REMOVAL. f Bill E SU fl-HJUBEBH h_. e removed Mm Iheir old aland -*- near the T.ni.'f-.ili.i Church, o> the n. w ~.„, n_ i uji.o «c JiH-S«'Hi u.ui.-o, Main stic.-t. i: „m bt idee port when una] l«-lound a n-'ii.-iul-t__riirluu-iit oi I»RV .JOlHl..' which Hi, y .MllaoJl ul Ihe lo_r.l uncut, lur fti.li . . _ , * V. A. «r%_. F. HAMMATT. few diior« ea-t of Norfolk atreet. Im mil i .iiiihrnig,- 1 l.i-it.re audi p:._*t «'.r* h0.,, from J tirftirv I ocloi ■_~ V.M., lv li t |o W 1 vVlork, .P. Af . <HM frvm U Bratlie »u__.l lln-ti-n, J i (U |,ire aud \ put every hour f**ui 1 h- t;n.r,_, a. M lollieiore ho clock, P. M., also as OmaUli-. ! in ktStUKI „iit ;i( 'J iiYliiek. From Old C__nbrid|e to Uo.u>iV7 Ticket* br 91 00 ~ ' " Mii»lel.»re \b ... ~ . .. " forty ticket* sOu Froint .uiihridx-'porttol-oaion u-n ticket-for 1 Ou '* Miille fun. 121 m1 THOMAS STEARNS. Cant Be Beat . TUE ORt.IT I'iM'l■(..in T A 1 L O ll 1 S U , OITI'ITTnu, !— AI.UF< RMSHING DE...

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POETRY. THE FISHER-BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

POETRY. THE FISHER-BOAT. No reefer alruts upon her deck No boatswain p»pv* fcM •*■ ' W__Ml »■-"»"> >'"*"* — A , .„.■. Mscknsblue. iter .nil, nre '"nl. 11,, r !!■!_*■ Worn, Slit's lmt i* trii-y craft. Vol luck brti.les li.r in lite gnlc, Anil pl-nly crown, her draught. Lei Ihil v fot insult llie land That liiild. their cottage home, Anil Yankee hcur.s will spring _■■__ oul The merry liille Fonm. Wlmt ho ! what hi.! away llie) |», The mi .on is high nnil biiglu, Cutl .peril llie liille fi.hci-biiul, Anil grunt 11 .tuny MghtNn ptnnlil Hull,-,'!, nl her null, Nt. pull-lluli', range her sill.-. A ilusky s(m'.i:~ rlie lakes tier planUpon llie iniitiiiglit title, While gaily sings tomi happy I"'. 1 . •* A 111.- li|M»n .1,1 sen, Willi ji.lly i.tlil.-s, it ..i.K-i inn. Anil lliuly net. fat un'." lliu in.my nn li.'in .irti-.irr.il tii-k • She nn-tls uji-iii lite \v_.i-, Tlie ships of stool nntl giinl foul, Would srairol. .':.ll- In lirn,*', Au.l ninny nn tine with In-mil...

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