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POETRY. THE VALUE OF LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 9 July 1846

POETRY. THE VALUE OF LABOR. BY CAROLINE F. ORNE. Ho, ye who at th" il,ivii ■**•"• And strike the sounding bluw, Where from Ike l.uriiiug iron's breast The sp-uiks Hy to ami Iro, While asunrti ing to tlie bummer's ring And fire's in leaser glow— Oil, wliile ye feet 'lis bard to toil Ami sweat llie long day through, lleiiiemler it 18 balder islill To have no work to do. Ho, ye who till the stubborn soil, Whose hard hands guide llie plough. Who bend beneath the Sumum's sun, With burning cheek ami brow— Ye deem llie curse .till clings to earth From olden time lill nuw, Hut wliile ft ftel 'lis bard to toil And labor all day through, Iteinember it in harder still To have no work to do. 110, ye who plow the sea** blue field — Who ri.lc lite i on less wave, Heneath wlk.bc gallant vessel's keel There Hen v yawning grave, Around whose, b-.nk the wintry winds Like fiends of fury ray Oh, while ye (WI To* hard to toil And labor km*, hours ll.rough, Remember it in hinder ef.II To have no work to ...

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MISCELLANY. TRUTH. A SCOTTISH SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 9 July 1846

MISCELLANY. TRUTH. A SCOTTISH SONG. The Halls of the Montezi/mas.—Montezuma 11. ascended the Mexican throne, A. I). 1502, nt the age of twenty-three, hefore Mexico had been discovered hy Iviropenns. He died 30th June, 1520, in tho forjy second year of his ace, of wounds intlicteil hy the Spanish discoverer**, whom he invited Io his rnynl palace. Historians agree in admiring hin character. On ascending the throne, not content wilh tho ■spacious reeidenco of his father, he erected another, much more magnificent, fronting on the plaza mayor of tho present city of Mexico. So vast was this proa! constructive, that, as one of the historian*! informs us, the space covered hy its terraced roof might have afforded ample room for thirty knights to run Iheir coursers in a regular tournay. Ilia f.illier's palace, although not so high, was no extensive that tho visitor-- were 100 much fatigued, in wandering through tho apartment-*, ever to see the whole of it. The pa luces were built of red ston...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 9 July 1846

City Ordinances. (No. 11 1 CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. la (he year one thousand tight hundred und forty-six. AN ORDINANCE, Directing lo what usee lines and Penalties shall he appropriated. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City •if Cambridge, as follows : 1. All fines and penalties for the violation of any ordinance of the city, or any order of tho Mayor nnd Aldermen, shall, when recoveied, enure 10, the use of the city, and shall be paid into the city treasury, unless it shall be otherwise directed by the laws of the Commonwealth or the ordinances of the city. 2, A'l oltieers of the city shall enforce obedience to such laws of the Commonwealth, ordinnnces of the city, nnd orders of the Mayor and Aldermen, us it may be the duty of such officers respectively to observe nud enforce ; and, to (hat end, shall take notice of all complaints, and institute such prosecutions as shall be necessary for that purpose. In Common Council, June 16, 1846. Passed to be oidaiued. ISAAC I.IVILRMORE, Pr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 9 July 1846

which any garno of hazard or elwnce can ho played; nor shall nny pureon pluy any ouolt gauia, at such table or dovice, in or upon any street, lane, alley, public plucc, or common, in the city. No person shell place or keep any table, stall, booth, or other erection, iv any street, lane, ulloy.or public place, or on tho common, or uuy nidewulk in tho city, for tho sale of fruit or other thing, without permission from the Muyor and Aldermen. 15. No person shall, except in the performance of some duty required by law, dischurge nny inn, pistol, or other tiro arm, loaded wills-ball*, or shot, or wilh powder only, within tho principal inhubited parts of iho city, or within fifty rods of uuy dwelling house therein. Hi. No person shall injure, deface or destroy nny guide-post or guide-hoard, nny lamp-post or lamp or lantern thereon, heretofore erected, or which shall be erected in the city; or uuy tree, building, fence, post, or Other thing, set, erected, or made, for the use or ornament o...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 9 July 1846

h. The Cily Marshal sad Deputy Marshals ■ball bo the Captains of the wutcli, within their respective wards, and •haß obey nnd execute nil ruins and order* made and givon them in charge in that behalf by llin Mayor and Aklorinou. 'Ihny shall, when on th« wutcli, pass in nnd about the Streets, lanes and principal inhibited places or Iho city, lo prevent danger hy lire, and lo sco that 1 ; \, t „ii 1 iKnt i'l s»u disoider Is Kepi, all., ÜBS •*„ B»»wws,» orders am prevented und suppressed ; and, lor that purpose, they shall have nulhorily lo examine all persons whom they shall sue walking abroad in ihe night, after ten o'clock, and whom they shall have reason to suspect of uny unlawful design, and lo demand of lliem ibeir business abroad at such lime and whilher that are going; to enter any house if ill-fame, lor Iho purpose of suppressing any riot or disturbance lliurein, unil to nrrust uny peisons lliern found making or libelling in such riot or dislurhunco, and .ill persons so walkin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 9 July 1846

ii o _ m _ jv »taNature's Grand Restorative. Til 18 Vegetable Medicine stand* unrivalled fi_r th* fc] lowing Cuiuplaiiiijr., via. i IiVHIKIHIA UK INDIUKHTXON. DIHHAttICD LIVRR JAUNIHi:K, UILLIOUM CHIMJC, COBTIVENKHM ' I.OHB OP AI'I'KTITE. ASTHMA, MI.LIOUB IMS (>lt]»|-RS, WORM*. NBRVOIIB COM fL A INTO, I'AIM IM TI&S-DI^UXUINUATTHH BTOMACII,COLDBANDCOIIUIIBOtLONOWANDINU,IKMRBKNKBiJ, HIIOKI'NKMH OP HREA'III, UIjA BlCKNtiritf, Aa:., Ac J. B. lIOI.MAN, Proprietor, No. 70 <. orul-UI, It*.Lou. A. HI.II>, Aicut for t'nmi-rfdre, Colutubiu (ouih»»Ii« N u-a_.lt; H*re-ei. Thin Medicine Is ofa warm Inf. ohaortai and invitcr-m,,--nature, mid is never kjiown tn weaken the imtlent; wherca. ti Is w.t-11 known ninny oilier I'mliiiriict. linvw directly nn ( ,y po_il« leiulei.cv. ll tins h iiiohl powerful influence, etrtci. Ed l,v no oilier iiieilicinu, in removm* NFRVOUs I,OMPLAINT*. It is (»liiiBiint M take, in iv IM operation ao mii.-l. hii, tlntt il iiim...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1846 NUMBER 11. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1846.

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGE, July 1, 1846. Persons calling for these letters will say they are advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGE, July 1, 1846. Persons calling for these letters will say they are advertised. Adams Ali.eri Got -lauerd Amelia PlummerTtiomasJ Allen Win A Gould Mr. Porter Oliver Arnold X Gurot.ly Mlrhuel or Porter / II Arnold!, dwartf ll Jnu Purler James 3 Avery Robert ft Cray 1 C Mrs Putneroy Win II Andrews Jobu Greuvllle Altinzo H Pollock Wm N linker G W l)r Pmit.-H. Joiia C Barren Lydia 8 Grrifl.un llenj I I'm .ley John M Un. writ Isaac A rev (. re*n Jhiiuh I'liUilttr Jno M Baker l> .-recti Hlifus Putnam KM. ha • llacou Msry L <_uil_l lieuj W H_t)iiinii 1 T llaehtis Jane U Hadley David B Ray Mary Buker l_un_.li llHstlngs Albert G Rnlmaa Mrs Ibinleit Mary Ann Hagan Geo Kice Cyrus IJciijHiiiln Klua Hniolilett Hurati 1-. llnelil*. Monigomtlec.ket El.i_dH.lh 2 Harm Mimes cry I Iran Win Hnrwy Mary Richaitlson Jo_iu.li lieeille Wm Hay V-ftril Charles C Riley Ann M (It tm JoiiHtlitiu '£ HichanUuii-J yiilhia Ilt-itu AusuMlin...

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, July 1, 1846. Persons calling for these letters will say they are advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, July 1, 1846. Persons calling for these letters will say they are advertised. Adam- Thomas .Fay Nclm-ii 1> .Nichols Wm Adam* J. In. M [I't-keWiii. [Norton Hannah I' Adan | Waili I. 11 nx« n Mmm II Miss Mrs Ml-. J FMHa Mr- jNeUon George Adnum r-arih X I Fnincis .mm.li i N .»■ Mi«." Mi— , Fuller Art her 11. i New halt Tlmoth. 3 . Avtrj John IPsOr Gems NohleGcoF Anes krah * C |. nrn-ll Mi»» 0-hontrl.ei.Ußrd Mr-* i Fuller Rl rt iOi«e Henry Ann - I lrnli j I .iiii.i_gi.il.li/jiht-lh !'■ »r. no John II Ml.n Jo'n. P | Hi Pnekafd Ell-tta _ A1.1...ti George FnatM I'tul - . I')nlli(.s t;hailottr \riiold llrury A lost- Wm 11 11 Mlsa Arkemni Jame* jr3' Pay Isaac ParsM Raehrl Mrs lln.v.ii Juhi, j U;rren 1.).1iK A Mi-.. I'irrce Mir* Mi-* llrowii M\V i T jlViekitril Mr lin-wii Harriet BC Greer Ltdlß Mrs !l't.rk«rd Crn Mi. IGuorm-Hnmitt-I ur p.... m John Drown ■11 i I'l_. 1:11■ t: jruinam Martha I ■ r-. ■'-- M li. ln'i-Vcr 't ....

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Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas. from the French. CONCLUDED. CHAPTER XXVIII. News from the Army. CHAPTER XXIX. The last Pistol. PART THIRD. The Oyster and the Pleaders. CHAPTER XXX. An Escape. CHAPTER XXXI. The Unknown Savior. CHAPTER XXXII. The Voyage. CHAPTER XXXIII. Conclusion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas. from the French. CONCLUDED. CHAPTER XXVIII. News from the Army. CHAPTER XXIX. The last Pistol. PART THIRD. The Oyster and the Pleaders. CHAPTER XXX. An Escape. CHAPTER XXXI. The Unknown Savior. CHAPTER XXXII. The Voyage. CHAPTER XXXIII. Conclusion. BY PITRE-CHEVALIER. The Lieutenant and the Christines had only been gone a few minute*, and the sound of the drama beating a quick step, was still heard on ihe road. .Stefano and Manuela, standing side by side near the door, were listening lo this sound, which dispelled all their troubles as it died away in the distance, and every moment they pressed each other's hands, exchanging a look in which was pictured the most profound happiness. Don Pedro, tranquilly seated in his great arm chair, and relieved ut length from the cruel emotions which hud overwhelmed him, waa watching this touching picture, with tears in his eyes, and forgot in his happiness the check experienced by the arms of Cha...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 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. Works, 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. Can't Be Beat TUB ORKAT I'Oi-t l,*M TAMiORIMm OI'TFITTIXO, — AND — PI KNISIIING DISPAKTMP-NTgS "OARHALLI" BOSTON. VISITBD BY trwAßna OP SO,OOO I'KOl...

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A - II X I I \ I* AMI I>l HTHRKf. Columbia (upiioaite t-tnltnlk) street, Camhrhlgeport. - - AOKNT FOB Halmnn* Valarr's l.rnnrl Re*torf._l. e. ■ Thl* VrrrtaMr Medicine «landa urn., allrd Tor the ft»Hew'ing roni|ilalnls, fig l>T«pr|>StS or lnillge-tlim, Janmllea. i tliliou* Chollc, CMllvrnras. Loss ot Appttlla, A-iama, i mti.i.i- Disorders, Worms, Nerrous Cnmtilslnu. I am lit the Hide. Ilhedlng al tbe Htnmseh. Diseased Liver,Cohis Hnd Cm.i_.hs of loni aiaudlng, lloam-n*>t*, Wiofine-a »-( I Hreath, Ac Ac. | J. II HOLM AN, raorsißTOß, Hi Cobnmii.i.. Rtvsvoa. a ,- MM IS cent* a hollle. The Asrnl |a auihorjar.l In ' reriind Ihe nrtre |»ald lo him, should an. |nirr*s«er be dia >ali*f|rd wilh ll* «flccis.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

Canova's Statue of the Madrlninc has been | sold, by the Duke nf(_iiliera, to nn Fnfflishmau, for .418,800. It was first exhibited nt the Louvre, in 1812, and sold to M. Sommaria, for $6,000. At hi* death, M. Aguadn paid l* 13,11.0 for il ; and when his collection was disposed of, it was knocked down to the Dnke of Chilicm, for —so lhat he his cleared $a,OOO by tin. operation. When Canova brought Iho statue to France, he came lo exhibit to Napoleon ihe model of an Achilles, twenty fuel high; but tho l.rnperor objected to its nudity, and refused to have it cast. The model wns afterwards adopted hy Westmncott ; and it now ■tnnds, in all the glory of naked bronze, in Hyde Pork, at London—an inscription on the pedestal announcing that it was erected, in honer of llie Duke of Wellington, " by the ladies nf F.nglnnd." Thn Louisville Courier slates that Cnpt. Thomas F. Marshall, formerly member of Congress, made a . cry narrow escape with his life on Monday evening 1... t. Several voluntee...

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MR. WINTHROP'S SPEECH ON THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

MR. WINTHROP'S SPEECH ON THE TARIFF. This speech of Mr. Winthrop is one among a number of speeches in the House of Representatives, containing unanswemble arguments against the radical changes proposed in the tariff bill which lately passed in that body. Mr. Winlhrnp's arguments ar* clear and irrefragable; but though, like the arguments and statements of Mr. Hudson, Mr. Stewart and others, they have not been and cannot be refuted, they have been urged in vain against .the prejudices and jealousies of the South. The defenders of the present tariff have been obliged to contend against oft repeated and monstrous exaggerations of the benefits conferred by the tariff of 1842 on the manufactures of New England. But the reformers, instead of offering any modifications or compromise, as if from sheer envy, have set about to overthrow the whole system of specific duties, and have substituted in its stead, the absurd experiment of ad valorem, duties. Our object, however, in speaking of Mr. Wi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

At West Harwich tho Fourth was celebrated by nn act of bnnevolcnce, which will redound mnn. lo (heir credit than llie drinking of punch. In old times n mnn could nol be patiiotic where there was no grog, nnd il was a credit to get drunk on the fourth of July. The good people al West Harwich thought differently, and ihey mined out with implements of husbandry nnd hoed out ihe corn-field of | one uf their sick neighbors. 'Ihe Cmon nay*;- We should nol be surprised 110 bear, nt no diaiant day, that Commotion. Slo.il hnd car.ied the pmUnf California. This inlimatioii is to be taken a* nn olli. ut) nnnmineeinent llutt Coin. S. has orders to lhat effect.

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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

CONGRESS. Wednesday, July 8.— Hcnate.-.Mr. Huunegan*o Resolution culling on the President for copies of the orders, if any, given to Gen. Teylor since the Untiles of the 8lh und Uth of May, to advance into Mexico, or ntlieiwue controlling the tnovements of the army, was token up. Mr. Benton opposed its adoption, ns being highly improper. To make public the iu tended movements of our army, would be to direct llie enemy where to meet oar forces. Mr. Hannegan explained tho object of tho resolution. Much dissstisfuction had been axpresed iu the public prints at the delay in the movements of the trmy, &c. The resolution was rejected. The Graduation Land bill was taken up and discussed hy Messrs Johnson, of Md., Breese, Crittenden, Niles, Calhoun, J. M. Clayton, and others. Mr. Clnyton's ameudmeut was stricken out of Mr. Calhoun's substitute, and that provided for the gift of the unsold lands to the Stales in which they lie, after being a certain limo in market, was adopted—Ye...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

Our Schools.— Report of the Joint Committee of the City Council, on Public Instruction. — This important and elaborate report appears in our columns to-day. The committee have evidently given diligent attention lo the »ol>j>cf. They Iboorf / Ihnt the expenses of our schools were increasing far beyond ihe increase of population, and have conse- | quently aimed to devise a system which, while it comprehends substantially, the advantages furnish- j ed by tin- school* ns they are now arranged, will essentially reduce the ripen.... by which they are In be sustained. The report concludes wilh distinct propositions, conforming to the reasoning of the committee, which it appears have been adopted by the Cily Council. Jc *-' We have n communication from Ward 3, about the parade of the Fire Companies on the fourth. It was oui misfortune not to see them. But the Cambridge Firemen need no praise from us,—they " can't be beat." The Washington correspondent of iho Journal ! ...

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Municipal.—City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 16 July 1846

Municipal.—City of Cambridge. Tuesday, July 14.—U meeting of the Mayor and Aldermen, — Petitions presented and referred—Thai Norfolk street between Broadway and Hampshire street, may be laid out as a public highway; for the laying out of Williams and Tremont streets; lhat Kirn street, in Ward 1, be laid out us a public highway; of Kuton & Huley that iheir tax for the construction of ihe Pine street main drain may bo abated; relating to sidewalk in Pearl street. Ordinances passed to be orduined—For the prevention of 6rcs; prescribing tho duties of the weighers of hay and olhtr uriicles; relating to tho assessment and collection of tuxes. I'pon the requeal of the Common Council, the Report of the Joint Commillee on Public Instruction, accepted July 7, wus taken from llie files,und sent lo that Board. The following order from Ihe Common Council was read and laid on the table. Ordered, That un order, whereby the Committee on Public Instruction were authorised to curry into e...

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