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MISCELLANY. The Printer's Ten Commandments. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

MISCELLANY. The Printer's Ten Commandments. Unclk John's Courtship.—' Women are d clued queer creatures—l never could understand them." lined lo be the coiislunt exclamation of my uncle Jjliii, in relution to ihe fair sex, Hid Ellen. ] **But really did the o'd gentleman ever think of j marrying :' enquired Jnmes. * Oh yes, lit; had a sweetheart once, did I never : toll you about it V and Ellen burst into n fit of Inughler. ' 1 never ran help laughing when 1 think of uncle John's courtship,' continued she. * I had v dear friend, Kate Dudley, whom you have heard | me mention. She wm n merry, rougish creature, ns Kates ulwnys are. Wo became acquainted at school, nntl she went home with me to spend the vacation. My cousin Morris, my uncle's namesake, who had just graduated, came at the same time, to sated n few weeks, nnd get into his uncle's good graces. Well, as fate would have it, my uncle John Mon is, and mv cousin John Morris both fell in love wilh my sweet friend. L'ncle's passion...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

II O I. M A l'| Nature's Graiid Restorative. FUIII IS Vt.srt_.li_e Meilii'ine aland* unn . t.llcil lor the 10lM. InwuiK rmiildullll*. viz. . DVaPBnCU OR INmiJI-rVTION, IMSKAHr.H i.m.H, JAUNDfOa, Itll.l.HUlr. CHOMC, COSTIVENEIS-S. LOSS 01-' AI'PKTITK. ASTHMA, UILIJCIIIH IMSORDERS, \VOBMS,NF.RV(M'SCOMri.AIN'I*__-, PAIN IN TIIEKIt)K,III.Ki:iMN(JATTIIK STOMiCII,CtILI»BANI)tM>II«IISI*P I.ONOMTANIMNU, HOARSENESS, BJIOKTNKfIi Off IIREATH, SEA SICKNESS, Ac, *C J. ti. HOLM AN. Proprielnr, No. 10 Cornhlll, Boslon. A. REID. Ateni lor Cam* rlilfe, ColuiHbia (oovoaite Su|Tvlk> Street. This Medicine is ofa w-iriuiiig:, dietriiyt and iuvintirsilnt nature, and is never known 10 weaken the pat lent; wlicrea* il i* well known immy oilitr Oaittsrtlcs liuve dnt-cily an opposite It-ndrncv. It ha* a moat ppwerlUl Uiiusare.MreM lt | in tttt oilier meufctne, in rt'inovnis Nl-Il*oi>S t-*»M--I'l-AINTS. ltispleaaniit to take, an_t m ns utn.r__.ioti to iiiiii'li ■Otjtnal It in«...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 18 June 1846

City Ordinances. [No. \\/ t ITY OF CAMBRIDGE. In the year one thousand eigil hundred and forty-.lk. AN ORDINANCE, Prescribing the tnanner/f recording the Ordinances or Aw Cily. tie it ordwiud by t/e Cay Cowudvftlu City of Cambridge, as follows/— All Ordinances, which shall lw passed by the Mayor and Aldermen and by the Con* inon Council of said cily, shall be engrossed or recorded by the Cily Cleik in a fair nnd legible hand, witliout interlineation or erasure, and iv ihe order 111 which they shall be passed, In a hook lo be kept for thai purpose, made ol strong linen paper, with proper margins and index, to lw lettered, "Record of Ordinances of ihe Cily of Cambridge;" which book shall lw preaerved in the office of the Cily Clerk, subject lo (lie inspection ol the cititcn*. la Common Cuuncil, May 11, 18-16. Passed lo be ordained. ISAAC UVERMOKK, Fiesidcnl. In lioarii Off Alukhmkn, May 11, IHI6. Fussed to be ordained. JAMES I>. GREEN, Mayor, A true copy. Attest I Lucius R....

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

Aldermen ami three members of tht Coaacaon Council • which committee shall meet once, at least, ever, month, and carefully examine and audit all aoooantti and claims against iho cily, which shall lie laid before them, certified as provided iv the succeeding section, and ahull ullow and pass tho sowe, if ktmd to be correct and justly due, 2. No account or claim against tho city, other than judgment a of the Judicial Courts, shall be received or acted on, by the committee on ucCoOrrte, Uak*i. such account or claim shall lie accompanied with * certificate of the Mayor, President of the Common Council, or of some officer, committee, or agent, » v . thurixed on behalf of the cily to make the contract, or cause the expenditure to be made, that the suaw correct. 3. The City Clerfc shall receive all accounts and clsiius from persona having demands against the c'rfj, which shall huvu been certified as provided in the pre ceding section. He -shall carefully examine all au rD accounts and chum...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1846 NUMBER 8. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1846.

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Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. CONTINUED. CHAPTER X. Lieutenant d'Hervilliers. CHAPTER XI. A Presentiment. CHAPTER XII. The Maja's Secret. CHAPTER XIII. A Bad Thought. CHAPTER XIV. The Cid's Grandson. CHAPTER XV. The Father and Son. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. CONTINUED. CHAPTER X. Lieutenant d'Hervilliers. CHAPTER XI. A Presentiment. CHAPTER XII. The Maja's Secret. CHAPTER XIII. A Bad Thought. CHAPTER XIV. The Cid's Grandson. CHAPTER XV. The Father and Son. BY PITRE-CHEVALIER. " ea, you are a brave man!" repeated the stranger, preying the hund of the etupified Spnniard; *' consequently, if you huve got v bottle of, no matter what, or a smnll glass of, whatever you please, I will confide to you, in two words or a hundred, the circumsitncs which have brought me here." Don Stefano rose, opened the cupboard, took from it something to drink, and slowly poured out two bumpers. "That has nothing political about it," said the Lieutenant, " nnd would reconcile Don Curios nnd Christina. To the brave citizens of Spain and its pretty women !" he added, emptying his ehiss nt a single draught. Don Stefano did honor to it ; and having wiped his moustache, tbe soldier commenced his reci...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 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. Maybe; 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 lines, 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 the year. All Mercantile or Medical advertisements inserted according to contract. Cant Be Beat TUB URKAT POPI'I.AR TAILOKI.Nt., OUTIMTTIMJ, - %fM - Ft ItMSIIIN'O DKPAHT.MUMS: "OARHALL!" BOSTON. visiTEn ny rewAnns or 8 0,000 t'...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

Library or the British Museum.—The librury, at this present time, consists of about 300,000 volume:*, containing, probably, £00,000 separate works, taking each separate pamphlet as a separate work. As compared with tho great public libraries on the Continent, it ranks with those of Vienna, Berlin, ami Dresden ; but it is inferior in number of separate works to those of Munich and Paris. With regard to its relative vuhie, as a library of reference, of great and important works, und of valuable and rare editions, it is impossible to give an opinion at nil approaching to correctors* ; hut there is no doubt ii is inferior in these respects to tho Bibliotheque Koynle. This accumulation of books mny he accounted for in tho following manner : In 1828, the library collected by Grorgo 111. was presented to the British Museum by George IV., consisting of 63,000 books, exclusive of about 20,000 pamphlets then unbound mid uncutulogued, but since catalogued nnd bound. The general library then co...

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THE OREGON TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

THE OREGON TREATY. This treaty is said to have been ratified by ihe Senate on Thursday last. The Senate is stated to havo been full. Every member, it ia added, gave his vote, except Mr. Jarnagin of Tennessee, who, in obedience to instructions to consent to no compromise, withheld his vote. The result of the vote was 41 yeas and 14 nays, being nearly three fourths in the affirmative. Though the treaty is not yet officially promulgated, its contents are probably correctly retried in the following account published iv the Baltimore Patriot, namely : Article 1. Fixes the territorial boundary betweeu the United Slates and Great Britain, West of tbe Rocky mountains, on the line of 49 degrees, till it reaches Uueen Cburlotte's Sound, and then through the Straits of Fuca to the ocean, which gives to Greot Britain Vancouver's Island. Art. 2. Declares tho navigation of the Columbia river, up to where it strikes the line of 49 decrees lo Im free to tho Hudson's Bay Company, during the continua...

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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

CONGRESS. Tuesday, June Iti.— Semite. —A message was received from the President, respecting the neces- [ sarv provision for tho expense* of the war wilh | Mexico, including the report of the Secretary of the Treasury. The President recommends ihe reduction of the high protective duties which amount to prohibitory duties, or occasion only limited importation, to a revenue standard, and consequent increased amount of revenue ; and does not think that the war will materially affect our commerce with the rest of ihe world. He recommends that authority be given for issuing treasury notes, or for obtaining a Joan for a i limited amount, and does nol deem it necessary to resort lo direct taxes or excises. His message thus concludes, — 1 It is hoped lhat the war with Mexico, if vigorously prosec-ited, as is contemplated, may be of; short duration. I shall he at ull times ready to conclude un honorable peuce, whenever the Mcxi- I lean government shall manifest a like disposition. . The exis...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

AsVl.t'M FOR DIFUIIAIK.KD CoNVICTS.— Arrangements have heen made wilh the secretary of the Boston Society in Aid of Discharged Convict*., (Charles Spear.) to take thine amviett into his own bouse ; a room being always ready for ihem on their lenving prison. Friends who wish to aid mny now forward donations in mopQjf,clolhitM or provision* to his office, or at his residence No. 24 trondon street. The object Ht present, ih only to provide for State prison convicts. It j H gralifvins: to find thnl a similar movement is being made abroad, though on a larger *eale, n* may he seen from tho following statement : Prince Esterhazy has established at Vienna a society for the reception and reformation of cow vicls of hoth seres after their liberation limn prison. More than two thousand of iho Anurias, nobility have subscribed towards it* formation. Vrimmei '* F> imd. A semi-annual dividend of three per cent has been made hy tho Old Colony railroad company.

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. Latest sAfa*f from England. By this stenmcr which arrived on tho uf.cn.oon of the 18th inst. we have the English news up to the 4th, being five days luter than the news by Ihu Groat Western. Tho long suspense concerning the fate of the corn hill, which hod operated unfavourably on trade having been removed, a sensible impulse was given to commercial transactions. The price of tn cud stuffs, however, wus not diminished by the change. The rates of insurance on American vessels bound from Liverpool to New Orleans und other ports were much increased in consequence of mil or pretended apprehensions that the Mexican Government would issue letters of marque against the commerce of the United States. Tbe cotton market was firm and steady, with v fan demand, nnd prices did not vary from those reported by the Groat Western. The weather had been fine, und the prospects for the coming crop fluttering. The Oregon question hud ceased to give any uneasiness. Norman, the s...

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PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON. Pahis, June 1, 184(1.—The escape of Prince Louis .Napoleon, on the 25th ult., from ihe fortress of Ham, created quite a sensation here; for it was at first feared that he had concocted another fool- , ish plan for seating himself on tbe throne, which would, nt the best, cause the punishment of ihoea set/ucctl rVoin niiVgtnnce hy rfm nsasrfd OafSMB. iinnif. It appears that the Prince, having failed lo obtain a temporary liberation, on parole, to go and visit bis dying fulher, determined to profit hy the admission of a party of workmen to ihe prison, aud us- j enpe disguised as a day laborer. The greatest < difficulty to be feared was bis recognition by some! of tbe workmen, ns a stranger-, but be determined to make ihe attempt, shaved off bis beard, colored his hair, and when the laborers commenced work in tho morning, he walked out with one of ihem, in bis interest. To render his disguise more complete, ho carried a shelf from his library on bis sho...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

Em r.—The Plymouth correspondent of the Boston Courier writes under date of Saturday— Pilgrim Haute, Plymouth, l/urncil. —The large public house, called the Pilgrim Mouse, was found lo he on fire ithout half past 3 o'clock thin morning. The interior of the boost! was filled with ■moke and firn, when first discovered hy the inmates, who had only time lo escnpe in their nigh', clothe*. The villoge was soon amused hy the unusual cry of fire, which il seemed on first viewing, must prove dcMruclivn to many of the surrounding buildings. But by thn greut exertions of our firemen llie fire w»* confined chiefly to ihr building in which it first look, even tho oulhuililmgs connected with the house being saved. The building wus owned by Mr. B. Hnthawav, who i* insured in Boston for Sr-2100, nnd occupied by Mr. Joseph White, who is on fuimliirc for $1000 in Boston. Tho citizens nf Chnrlcslowu intend nt tho next session of the Legislature, to ripply for a city charter.

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ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. Nathaniel X. Whitney, Esq., bus declined being a candidate for Register of deed* in Middlesox county al the election on Saturday naxt Thu Whig County Commillee have declined making any oiher nomination. Francis Tukey Esq., ha* been appointed city Marshal of Iloston for the ensuing your. The correspondent of the N. Jf. Evening Post writes that it is probable that the Biitisb oiler of mediation iv tho Mexican affair will be accepted. A Reward of ifsoo is offered by Hon. Abbott Lawrence, for tho recovery of v gold wulch, two pencil cases uud a seal, which were stolen frotti bis house iv Puik-street, on ibe night of iho 17th ult. The Magnetic Telegraph, which wus put up from Hull to Boston, ut a great expense to some person, bus turned out to bo a decided failure ! Tho poles und wiru huve been all taken down. How often has the question been asked, would wooden pavements do ? And every lime wood vvoulit'nt answer. In Bangor, (Me.) a cily containing more tbun ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

Itosn Bvet.—The insects well known by this I name, Ii ivo nppenred in great numhera in Cambridge, nnd are preying in n very destructive mnnnrr on llie gmpc-vine. and fruit trees in our gstdtn,

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Municipal.—City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846

Municipal.— City of Cambridge. Tuesday, June 28.—1n meeting of the Mayor , ir ,d Aldermen,— Petitions read und referred—Of Ceorga Rockwell, of Wm. Hovey, Jr., of Oliver Taylor and ethers. Ordered, That tho Mayor and President ol the Common Council be requested lo procure a Cily Seal in the fo n| i heretofore prescribed. Concurred iv by ihe Common Council. A joint order, before pnssed, for tho appointment of a City Messenger, wus reconsidered. Concurred iv by ihe Common Council. An ordinance establishing iho ollico of Cily Marshal having been further umended und passed by the Common Council to bo enrolled, came up lor concurrence. Concurred. Ordered, That Alderman Wood ho v committee on the pari of the Hoard lo revise the list of voters in tho several Wards. Ordered, That the sum of #44,000 he raised by laxes for the expenses of llie cily lor iho current year. Concurred in hy tho Common Council.

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City Orion ancks. —The following are the titles of the Ordinances of the City of Ciitnhridgr. which may be found on the fomth |>;ige of to-day's Chronicle—published by authority. No. I Fr* •crlbini llie nistnn r ol Recording llie Ordinance. ol Ihc CiH. No. | Rebttlni to the ■■vcrnlli.il of Peel* by the Cily. No. 3 Piovldiiis for the aapotniftteni nl Honeier*- ol llithwnys. No. I Prc-criMiit the MLafl*> at «ppt liilini rritaln ( lij olUccr*. ft No. 3 -Priscrihint Ihc form ef Wnrrsnts, nml the mMc ol •eivint Find r< inroilt* ihe ssnir. Nn. 1-l.ftiahtbdi.iii aft?sjlpni el acciuminl liny In the ftflftftja* dtiure* ol ibe ('liy. No. 7 Direclini ihc manner In which ihe Ordinance h Ihe City Council nnd the Orders of Ihe MrMoi slid Aldrrmt ti shrill be proitiulgnlrd. No | F*mMi<hin* ihe Mary of ihr CtnVctar ofTsTtaft, No ;i llilntina lo Ihe power* ami duties of Ihc Hrhonl C"inmliter. No ii T" ratftliTnli acm-RcM. No it Dlfeeliiiß lowho aftat I mc-...

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