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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 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 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 advertinements inserted according to contract. Can't Be Beat THE GREAT POPULAR TAILORING, OUTFITTING, -ANDFURNISHING DEPARTMENTS! "OAK HALL!" BOSTON. VISTIED BY UPWARDS OF 80,000 PEOPLE! The ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

MatlUMon i al.—The cnptnin ofnship had laid m a basket of clarel for his own table. Afler being some time at sea, as he wns overhauling his cabin stores, he thought mure bottles were missing than he could remember of having used. While reflecting upon the subject, the idea occurred to him that possibly the cabin boy was the causo of the deficiency. To ascertain ihe truth of his suspicion, he concealed himself in n stnle room, nnd wailed until the time for prepaiing dinner. The hoy soon came iv, and having arranged ihe lable, went to ihe basket, took out n bottle, and said, " Jean yon Dorsten, born in Hotterdum, intends marriage with Miss Hosina Claret, born iv Burgundy. Notice is hereby given for the first, second, ami third limes ; if no man appears to forbid the banns, llie ceremony will immediately l.ke place." The roguish fellow thereupon placed the bottle to his mouth, drained il, nnd cast il out of the window. The captain said nothing, but after dinner went upon deck, provided...

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THE WAR AND THE FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

THE WAR AND THE FINANCES. On Wednesday, the 251h ult., Mr. Benton of the Senate of the United States, introduced v bill to provide for the organization of tho volunteer forces . called into service; a bill intended to correct und . supply the defects of iho preceding low, which .Mr. f Webster called 4i a mixed, anomalous uud incongruous system." Mr. Webster subjoined some xery iiuportunt remarks upon the war, und OH th*' | financial affairs of the government us suhaidiary t to the management of it. j He held the executive responsible for the conducting of the wur, and for tho iippli-nilioii of the a, menns provided hy Congress. " Tho refusal of supplies," he said, " would make no amends for what some lament, und would not hasten what he hoped all desire " He expressed strong doubts of 1 fit.urublo results to the revenue from the projects , of iho treasury department, mid thought thut in some points ihey were much too conjectural. , He said,as be had said before, that the expenses , ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

Minmisn MtUtTM. or Okkd _-VVr man from the I*ll*l thai ihe vole for Register of Deeds in Middlesex coiiuly, \ n fourteen towns, give* llaydeu. Independent, 1577; l.iich, Democrat, IM] Seallei ing, Kb Tin: Post think* that a gain for Tulrli in (he oilier low n* of ihe county, over hi* vole at the ho-1 trial, proportionate to thnt which be has rereived in those above reported will jjire him the elect ion. Ml. llaydeu is ibe Register, acting "nil micron." ItAVAI-tfS Of THK Hf.sMAN I'l.Y. — Till! Ilahway (IV. J.) Advocate, says :—"This dcsItnclive itiHcct is making sn<l havoc, among llnwheal fulds in this vicinity, tine field of tweUe tcrea, wbioba forlnighl ago gave promise of 2..0 lo Hon bushel*, uil) not probably bo worth putting ihe cradle into. So far n. mt hear, the entire crop vi this vicmily nt w j|| |, r rilt n ff |( j* m >ine seven or eight your* since this fly has appeared tn lln* quarter."

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NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGISLATURE. Tariff and Slavery. On Friday, June 1!>, Mr. Low, of the House of Representatives, iutioduced a declaratory resolution in favor of sustaining v tariff for protection, to which was added ■ strong denunciation of the system of slavery as being at war wilh the rights of man. Mr. Hale moved as a substitute, n resolution denouncing slavery, und bused on ibe same ground of natural und moral right us lhat of Mr. Low, wilh the addition of express reference to the deelatation of national independt nee, and to the New Hampshire Pill of Kighls, and of a pledge in her behalf of «* cooperation wilh llie friends of civil liberty throughout the lund, iv every just and well-direct-ed eflorl for the suppression and extermination of that terrible scourge of our race, Human Slavery." Mr. Hale suid he did not propose to discuss the subject of ihe resolution at the present time; but he alluded briefly to the circumstances which forced the Legislature lo net upon it....

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CHAPLAIN IN THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

CHAPLAIN IN THE ARMY. A committee was appointed by the Legislature of Louisiana, after news was received of General Taylor's victories, to repair to his camp, and address to him their congratulations, nnd grateful acknowledgements for his successful military services nnd glorious achievements. Their commission having been fulfilled, the General made a festive entertainment for them, of which hia staff and the Rev. Mr. Clenshaw, his chaplain, partook. When it OHM to Mr, Clenshaw's turn to ofTer a toast or sentiment, he uttered himself thus : " Church nnd State—May (bey never be united : we pray for tbe one; we Rght for llie olher." His reverence could hardly be aware of the strange jumble he was making in the duties of his holy vocation. He deprecates not less the union of prayer and fighting, than lhat of church nnd slate. His prayer to God for the church is, thnt all who profess and call themselves Christians may be so guided nnd governed by Him, as to hold tbe faitfc in unity of s...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

Tiif. <;h.:a r lln.ion RcrSAI -Ton.-—Wo nro gratified in hcing 1,1,1,1 |„ i„f or , M „„ r r ,.„,|,, r , thnt sail, fin lory ropnrls woro received liy llio Caledonia, from iho college agents, respecting this magnificent instrument. Twuohjcrt glasses nf 15 inches dinmolor, nnd Ml fan. inrhos solnr funis, had Seen completed, mni ih,. persons dcpuiiod hy llie college had proceeded to Munich fur the purpose of testing and thornuglily examining Iho DMC_rai_l us well ■I ISO oplirnl parti of Iho instrliiiioiil. This examination and l.iul occupier) th.-in on llie I Ith and 1811. ol May, and Ilm result nppoaroil to warrant Ihn assertion of the mnkor. lhal llus loleaoupe wns " heller, hiii./, bttltr. than the I'ullmvii." The I'ulkmu Tuli IOOOpo has hilhoilu lioon cnn.iiloied lis the bBBj ill Ok- wnrlil. Tlm l.ipiatnrr.il ninrhincrv ~n wliii li nur Telflaonpo ~ to l„. , ,| f t„ 8 ,.,h,. r wilh ,),„ circle., eye pioooa, inirroiiiol ; „„| ,\„,.\ k , v „ r | (j „ rB in great forwardness...

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ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. The steamer (Jreat Western left New York on Thursday lust, for Liverpool, wilh 92 passengers, among them (General Armstrong, our consul al Liverpool, heurer of dtspnlches, and v copy of the rnlificd Oregon treaty. The Semite has rejected the New York and Liverpool line of steamers, but confirmed ihe Now York and Ilremen line by v mujoiily of three. The Hochester American says,—An intelligent friend, just arrived from the valley of the .Mississippi, informs us that the amount of agricultural products in that region, this season, will be great beyond all precedent or belief. Washington Irving has in preparation und will shortly publish a life of Mahomet. Tho receipts of income of llic lloston und Worcester railroad, in the six months ending May 31, amounted to The directers havo ordered a dividend of _ per cent, payable Ist inst. Quicksilver mines nro of but rare occurrence, und none heretofore been discovered in the United Slates. Lately, however, ono has...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

Inn in ii or July.—Wo understand that the eouiinitteo of tlm f'ity (.'nuneil for making urritngeinoiits for tho colehraliun of iho Ith of July, Imvo voted In hnve Cluirles slropt, in front of tho Common, kept free from enrringes on tho evening of the Jill. It is bitended llmt the lirownrks shnll ho exhihited fi nm tho hill on the Common nl the smith of Iho I'rog pnnd, knnwn—lo nntlqunrinns nt least—ns I'ox Hill, fming eiinrles street. This street will therefore lie n desirnbin position for those wishing to 880 111*' display, which we iinderslnild is In ho of ihn heal order, nnd the oily hnvo very properly rrindo the nhove regtilnlion, which will guard against iliaolder, nniHiynnoe nud tlangrr lo iho sperfntors. fhily Adv. \V.:sr Huston lln Itilir:.—Yesterday, nt n mooting <if tlii- proprietors «f llii. West Huston llridgc, h ass void, ill.i to Km, fossil ih,. brisks nml I'rniirhisi. to lln I linn oik l-ren lliidge Coinpniiy, for .<. 75,011.1, Ihn nniiiiinl uT t...

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AMERICAN SENATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

AMERICAN SENATORS. Tho following sketches of some of the leading members of our Senate, are from a letter in the London Morning Chronicle : I did not arrive in Washington till after the dig. comfituroof the "wur party," nnd in the caln, which succeeded there was no oiatory awoke. J passed a morning in looking ut the Senate in deliberative aenrsioii, however. To one who Cumo wild a traveller's experience of disappointment in liy looks of great men, this body of senators would ' think, soeui n rare collection of impressivo phyK'g uomiei. Indeed you have but lo know tho (tresis through which men pass to urrive here, y know that most of them are spirits (good or bud' of mark undeniable, and even where nature has »*"*gle_ted, U she jQHltrtlim does, to repeat iW inner seal upon llie oufer limn, these trying urdu*'* hnve done, il legibly for her. They have all i«" look of inea who huve done more than their poure of thinking and struggling, hoping mid fearing i though on th. faces of sumo o...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

Kinr.— Almhil half past 12 o'clock on Saturday inoriium, a fid wns discovered in thu Oil l-'ncinry of A. W. timmby, Witrreii-street, Clinrlrstown, which, Willi ils coiiteulH, weie entirely coustliited, as was al-.. a large voodoo Imilding used us 11 press-mom, in llie rear. A small stable coiuieclcd with the factory was rnnHtlrriihly injured. The tire unread wilh great r»pi.liti, und on the _____ side a bouse owned liy Kendall Hailey nn.l occupit-d by his nephew, wns considerably burnvd ou tin! Mile and roof. To wart I* the north a double bouse belonging lo Mrs. 1-Yintild, and occupied by J S\ Wester nntl Silas Crane, was entin Iv rlrstmye.l, nud a bouse occupied by X. Calder, Jr., and o w nrd by the licit* of J. Hi-idge, "Jr., was soim-what injured in the rear tu.d roof. The fire also en *.ed Warren slieel and ou lhat *ide n Mft double house lie hinging M D. J. Cobiirn nml occupied by Aaron Coolry uml a Mr. .Smiib, was badly burned in front and un llie roof. On tbe same side, nn un...

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Municipal.-City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

Municipal.-City of Cambridge. TuKsiixr, June 30.—1n meeting of the Mayor and Aldermen, — The return of votes for Register of Deeds were examined, und it wus found that Caleb Hayden bid Nt votes, nnd Ephruim D. I'utch 132. I'etiliuns read and referred—Of E. A. Chapman, of J. W. Webster, and Marshall S. Boyer. Ordinance pussed to be ordained—Providing for llie uppoiiitment and prescribing the duties of Cily Marshal, and establishing a Cily Watch. Abraham Edwurds, Esq. wus nppointed City Marshal, und Charles Jones uud Kolaud j.itehlield, Jr., Deputy Marshals. Abraham Edwards, Esq. wus ulso nppointed Constable. Kolund Litchfield, Jr. was elected Cily Messenger. —Concurred in by the Common Council. Ordered, Thut the Aldermen of each Ward be authorized to cause the highways within their respective VVurda to be repaired whenever it is necessary for securing travellers from liability to damage ;— or make any other repairs, uot to exceed one hundred dollars cost, in uny one Ward, beforo rep ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

The Army.—Tho account., from tho army for several days pa. t contuin matters of little interest, except the constant arrival of volunteer.-, and thu disposition tnudo of them. A correspondent of tho New York Trihuiie, from llie camp at Matumoros, 12 th inst., speaks of llie anxiety of tieneral Taylor lo advance towurds Sao I. mis I'otosi ; but adds that very little run be done in iho way of active warfare until the close of llie hot season. Home of the volunteers are reported to have been indisposed tv extend their period of service to n whole year ; v condition of entering Ihe servic| subsequent to the acceptance uf their offer. Mexico.—There can bo no doubt that the constant accounts from this ill-governed country aro ■0 far correct as to demonstrate ils distracted condition. The lust reports are llmt Arista and Am* pudiu are ut variance with each other, and that both ure under the rent or feigned displeasure of the central government for being worsted in butile. In regard to the ...

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For the Chronicle. FISHING EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

For the Chronicle. FISHING EXCURSION. Mn. Eini'OK, — I innate OM of a patty from tins place, on Monduy last, on uu excursion in Huston Hay. We started from I.ung Wharf at 3 o'clock in the morning, in a beautiful emit called 'Vision,' l>el_.ugiuf{ to Andrew Maiming, who, by /lie way, is v first rule skipper, nntl one who I can recouieud, from long acquaintance, to uny parties I'm in thin cily, iv want of Imiuls lhat Mill look after iheir eouiforl and safely.— We had a very pleasant sail down among the islands, which look finely, from (he reeenl lain* , thoafall were abundant, —such us cod, haddock, whiting, pel luck, ixiircli, cat-Hull, &e, &c, and (lie company were highly successful. In returning, wit tfOppod at l'oint Shirley, where* llie eompauy uiuused tln-uisclvcs Willi how ling, It-ilhiug, &c, till the ehuwih-r wa* lefdy, which was pronounced first tale ;—from there we went to Fori Warren, Governor's island, and examined the works,...

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For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. I am composed of fourteen letters. My 12th, 7th, 13th, is a distemper frequent amongst a useful animal, they sometimes have my 10th, 2d, 4th; my 6th, 14th, is a word of contempt; my 1st, 11th, 9th, is a preposition; my 3d, 8th, 12th, 5th, is the result of passion. My whole is a genteel by-word. BILL.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

DEATHS. In this City, 25th ult. George Henry, son of Capt. Henry Pratt, 3 years 4 months. At East Cambridge, 26th inst. Mrs. Elizabeth B., wife of Mr. T. H. Patch, 29. In Windsor, Ct. 19th, Colonel Richard Niles, 61, brother of Hon. John M. Niles.

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGE, July 1, 1846. Person calling for these letters will say they are advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGE, July 1, 1846. Person calling for these letters will say they are advertised. Adams Mhrrt ICoodspccd Aim-lin ; l 'luinnier Thorn an J Ml. ii Win A (. n'.l Mr. T.iii.'r "I'vrr Ainold E jl.on.elt Micha, 1 Ofll'oeter '/. II Arnohi Edwnrd l> ; J,,.. iPorter James I Avert Kolarl S foray I C Mrs Poineroy Wm II Andrews John itirenvdlr Alonro S Politick Wm N HakirfJ W Or IPi-eMi-* Jnna C llarrelt Lydia S 'CnWlfim Henj I jPugsh-v John M M:i*s. .i Isaac Ar, v QrCOO James il .ilml.t Jno M linker 0 GrsMl Itnl'us [Pinnnni Eltsha .llHcn Mary L lonild Itenj W |.tain.mi I T llaehns JaneU llmllet Hand II Hat Mary linker Isaiah !lln*ling* Alhert 0 Redman Mrs llnrtlelt Mnrv \nn 'Ilt.e C.rus Heniainlu Elira Hnnitdrtt Sarah X .Kilchie Montgomlleckel Flm.ln ill 2 ilnvcn Mnri cry 1 Mean Wm Harvrv Mnry IjttvhariNnn JosUh 11.i.11e Wm Mmwnrd* harlcsc Riley Ann M Ilean Jonsthsn f jKlrhnrd-n ..Cinlhia llrnii Augur-tine llrrh.M WII I licrrv Jihn...

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, July 1, 1846. Person calling for these letters will say they are advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, July 1, 1846. Person calling for these letters will say they are advertised. A. ..in. 1".....;. I„ \,l.„„l) Ni.lu.l. Win V"'"-^: 1 .r,.i..-Win. iNoiii.i. ii.iniiitii iAdiitii. Wiui, i: '|„,„„ M.irl«ll.Mi-a Mr. . i ___ , „ F.s.lcMia NrlM.n <.«or,o Ad.tii. Hiiisl, X I ~„„,. Jn.iiil, N).Mias , SMB IFuIKt Arlln-r S. Xrwlisll Tnnt.lll) _ A.ary Ji.ltii F..l|r l.'rone N.d.lr fir., F 4>i,» r.„i„li h(; liinii ,M,-, OSwrnc la-.iuard . Ml ;- , l-'iill.r 1ti.1.r.1 Orur llniry Ml'"' •".. 11 it.i.ti«ilil_ll/.Ulll IV.ra.ui J—Ul II a 1.-i, Ji.i.ii p Ml „ 1-,.,-kiir.l lili.lia . A1i1.i.11........ In.ln Paul A Flnllll.a llli.rlullr Arnold Ham, A ;l_. Wm H II Ml.. 4i:kii>...i Jiiuii-.jr. |.-,, y !.,,,„. Purkrr Itaili, I Mr. roil li Ji.lii, _ 1.,,,,, |,„I,_A Mi.-l'ii-iir M.ll Mi.a I rtti.it.M tt ;, P__. Mr ... ■_•„- l.ui.iriii. But. ui-l itrl-i.«, r.Jttliii , ",,',' , I'lnllmC jl'iiiiiiiiii Msr.lin ,"',',"' , ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846

•Liberty null t'cniur t mice < Ylebrafioii at t;\Mimiix;i;, ji i.v j-oi irni. The Fourth of July, our nnlionV Mi'th day, will be. rrtebruted by die frienda at' iiolvrra.il liberty in the. OJiJof Ciiintiriilse, ill n mannereve - y way worth*, ol die OOSSSSM. 1* Oraiiaiii An oration will bs delivered hi As Boo* lint iiiertiug-lioiihe, Wurtl .», al 10 oYloek, A. M., li> S ]'. Amimhwh, bO.i "I" Honton. The mit-or will be performed by n M-lrrl rholr, umter itir dirrrlinii of T. <*. t.urnry, Eh 1 ,, after wtijrli llu* roinpaiiyvvill move in pi niTrhinii 10 a lame nnd commodious tint ended for (.lie ocr.<ulon, on the common, rornrr sfHs|turine mid William iftOStts, 2. Diiiiat-r. Tlir MOM will be loaded Willi all thedninlieu uf IIwOBOSSS which n boimlifid Providence mtty provide, unit ibf. mil •uaiilinU will lie prepared and fuiiii»hedby Hlmthl hnialit, wilh an abundance of cold water nnd lemonade. Afttr the dinner proper, mi h.trllrrtual feast of...

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