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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

DnrAnnn, Pkatii,—On Monday morning last, Mr. Benjamin Cross, firemnn nf the Slenm Engine in the Amnske.-ig New Mills, was found scalded to death, presenting | dreadful spectacle. He wns thrown some twelve or fifteen feet by the slenm, which hit him in tho face and breast, scalding him most shockingly. Mr. Cross was about fifty yenrs of nge and has left n wile nnd family. He '. was one of our most industrious, careful, nnd prudent citizens ; belovotT'l-y all who knew him. and his sudden nnd appalling rlenth will cause v large circle of friends tn inonrn his sad fate. His audden demise, without n hand to relievo his sufferings, leaches us in n striking manner lhat " in lhe midst of life we are in death." Truly we know not what an hour may luing forth.--../.(.ir-WiVr .Messenger. About one thousand females nre employed in Philadelphia, at making clothes for the army nntl navy.

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ALEXANDER HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

ALEXANDER HAMILTON. For many years we have been hoping for the publication of the writings of this distinguished man, whose public life extended thiough v lutge portion of the most interesting aud eventful period uf our existence us un independent naiion. Hi was a perspicuous and fertile writer, un eloquent orator, a bravo and sagucious soldier, a frank and fearless politician, and a profound finuncier. Whatever prejudiced may have existed against him m bis life lime, or have been transmitted lo this gem-ration, in regard to his political views, his eminent ttlents have never been called in question; and it is due lo his reputation, us a public man, thut he should bo permitted to speak to us through his written works. Wo tiro encouraged to expect that tho time hns now como when our hopes aro to bo realised. Tho aged widow of (.en. Hamilton, during the present session of Congress, petitioned tbo Senalo and House of Representatives for aid in lhe publication of his works. Her request ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

From tin* N;in tucket Wnnlt r, I. Mi. (inuAT I'liti:.—About 11 o'clock on Mondavi ! night, the most destruclive fire lhat ever occurred \in ihis place, luoke out. It was first discovered in lhe hit store of Wm. IL (.Vary, fiom wb.-nce il divergetl with a rapidity that appalled lhe sloule.st hearts. Buildings were blown up, but the fiery i-lenicnts ; seemed to have gained the iiscentlantv, nnd for liours it n-ipe.ircd as though nil human efforts lo stop iheir destructive progress, would prove fulile. A scene of devastation meets the eve, that beggars description. Many persons have' lost their nil. We have no time for fniiher comments. It is OHlimated thai between three and four hundred buildings have been destroyed. It is impossible nl the present moment to form a correct estimate of the amount of properly desiioyed. We have herd it variously estimated nt from .100,0110 to a million of tloll.irs, on w hit h there is a small amount of insurance. It is very remarkable that no lives wer...

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Communicated for the Chronicle. LATE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. LATE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Tbid report bus ttlruck many persons with the ut _ most aurprtoo. The unsoundness of Ut raoooojoa tbo iucoirectneoo of its data, the haute with which it has been concocted and adopted, and the ille» t | assumption which it supposes io the City Comu,| of the peculiar duties of the School Commute, have merited and secured for it. the utter di*au. provul of all citizens who take a personal in the public schools. This report would have us udopt tho Boston iy s _ tcni of grammar schools. Is that system the .., ost perfect ? Are the people of Boston perfectly tied with it? I* it desirable to increase as much a, possible tho number of .ctiolars in a room? ', lt not, on tho fontntry, desirable to diminish it a| much uh possible ? And DM any thing but absolute necessity, justify bringing such crowds into „hu room to study mid tecite ? Would not any portu prefer a school where there were only thirty in „,. ten...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

('AMnmncE, — From the police reports in tho Cambridge Chronicle, as well as from oilier sources of information, we ore led to believe that the Mnylor is indefatigable in the performance of his duty as the head of the police,—a duty which is often I unpleasant, and always likely to give offence to I portion of the population. But though an attempt to carry into effect the laws of the state and city,— in reference to the public pence,—may create hostility in .pinrtors where neither public ponce nor personal comfort or convenience is thought of with much respect, it is not believed that the mass of tho good people of Cambridge will withhold their support from Mr. Green, or refuse to express their ap.-. probation of his labors in removing some of the plagues which have been a ciirso to the town almost from time immemorial. No incident that has occurred since the city char-* ter went into operation hns given us more sntisfiiction than the arresting, and punishing by fine, some three or f...

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Municipal.-City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

Municipal.-City of Cambridge. Tunsdav. July il—ln .ueeting of iho M.yor and Aldermen,— l'elilion* presented «nd referred—Of Stephen G. __>»vi», lb*. * »»•. » croM Utm *-■""■ aB " Cro " .uuel, <■»* **• r*p*ircd; of I«me. Blevenwn, lhal . la* «i»e**e<l on him for the conilruclion of tho Pine *tr*el m*u. drein, m*y be «bated; of Porter It. Norri*, that he may be compeniuted for injury received by him, iv consequence of obstruction! in Ihe highway*! of Benj. Randall and three others, for co.npenmlion for injury oceuiioued by ihe grading of Maguauo itreel; of Eliphulet Davis and len oilier., that Iwo ciss-pool* on Cherry and Windsor ■ireeti, aud drain* connected therewith, muy be adopted al public proporly, and repaired ueairdinglv; of Wm. 11. Martin and eight other*, lhat a nuisance, lo wit, a ileum engine, iv the rear of Norfolk itreel, may bo abated. A communication wu. received from fumuel James and *ixteen olher...ifleriiig lolhoacneptunco of lhe cil...

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COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

COMMON COUNCIL. Mr. Norris moved thnt the Report of lhe Committee on Public Instruction be taken from the table, lis he wished to obtain information re.peeling lhc* course to be pursued by lhe committee who were authorized to build additional school-houses. Tho motion did not prevail, gentlemen wishing lhe subject should lay over woollier week. The husiues-t before the Coiiiiihhi Council wa* mostly the MUM ns that before the other Hoard, nn account of which is embodied above.

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NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

NEW BOOKS. TllE r.NITABIAN AND Foil Elf..*. Kf.I.IGIOV a lUvimv : No. 11. Ho.*ton : James Monroe It Ob. CoNTtNTti— The Old Tegument. From tho Christian Itt-former. [Conclndrd.] A brief rt'.trw if "A Hisconrse ol" Mutter?- pai_ia>M to: Keligion :hy Theodore Parker.*' [From the l_niidon Inquirer.] Tlm reviewer *:ty*, "In tinny ihing* wo Icel with Mr. Parker, nnd believe him lo ho uttering important truth*, in opptwition to prevalent error*. On tin* whole, huWBIBff, we must my '.hat our judgment nf ihe book |b unfavorable M to its tendency Mini prevailing oM'ocl on the minds of reader*, nnd tl to the truth of it-s most cluractt iistic opinions.*' " Wei ih 1 very desirous th.it Christian Cnitarianism should not conn 1 iv for any purl td* tho praise or hliimo which may ho judged to belong to Mr. Purlcer." Jhitiah and Foreign Bible Society. [From tho Loudon Inquirer] 'I ho forty-thiid imiiivt-rsiiry meeting, hold ut Kxeter I lull. Political Piety : 11* exemplified in the Archbi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

Tea..—Mocll lliat it iinporlcil into Ihi. country under ti.* Hru of Tarn, ii ru)t only unplrnmnl In il,,' .„!(«, Iw. i* MwhalMom. mill unfit for nso. IVe refer la th. poorer aunliuo. el' Viti'lon Ten, 11,11,1, of whirl, is mail a from v. lift le»vej mod in plncc of ihe loa plain, awl csilor.xl with foreign nml injurious luba.aiire., lo give il a good Rpponrnnre, nml iniiks it "go" in lhe mnrksl. Again., the purchnie of Ihi* article wn would million „„r render*. Ths moil common l.erh Ihnl grow* in your gnrilen ii much moro pleasant *ml infiniU'ly inure wholesome lh*n Cnnlon Tea. All the pure l*M imported from Chin* am Country Tent; nml these, whon procured in iheir pure, unmi*ed i.nie, iir.i allowed hy I.cihig und olhor celebrated philosopher, of lhe day, lo ha not only wholeiomn lint niilril.OH., nnd conducive In health. Tho mliilanci, railed theme, con.aineit in Ih* herh, is n neressnry eomponnnl or the blood in .ho human sysiem. Thu* .hi* herh, *» univer*olly mod throughout ths ci...

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POLICE REPORT. BEFORE GEO. W. LIVERMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

POLICE REPORT. BEFORE GEO. W. LIVERMORE. Joshua S.-wurd was prosecuted by ihe Cily Mar- ' ihal Tor driving hi. hone, «ttucbcd lo a carriage,at , ■ a immoderate guil, lliroogh Main »lreel iv Old , ' Cambiidge. By ilia ad...i»*ion* of .he accused und Ihe itutemeii.s of hi* own wilneis, it appenred that Heward, in company with lomo three other lioriei and carriage!, conmie.iced furiou* driving at the ' corner of lhe common, neur Mr. I'oimoy'. place, thut they drove very rupidly through the street until * purl look the road to Brighton, und a purl, Heward and ono other, turned round the comer hy the l'reiidenf* House, where they slackened their speed. TMI look pluce in the ullernooon, when n:uny persons wero in und about thu street. He wus lined £lo uud coils. 11ir,,,,, Cnrrick was also complained ugaiust fur violation of the License Law, und fined $20 und i co*t*. t

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NEWS FROM WARD 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

NEWS FROM WARD 3. Accident.—A* Engine No. 3 wui iunning to a fire on Wednesday evening oriuit week, in descending tin, hill near the jail, a young man by the i name of Sweelsor, Mumbled and fell, —llio engine i passed over his body, nnd injured him iuternully, ' besides bruising hi. fueo considerably. We ure j happy lo learn fiom our frii-ud •' T." Ibal young B. 'is on the recovery. ■ ■ — ■

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

Fihe.—At l-PM! lime on rriduy evening last, 11 lire I,ruliu out In a suiull stable on North Third .treet, owned u.nl SUSpIsJ by Mr. Uuinii, which was coniuined, together will, some liny und grain, md one valuable horsu ; also, a grease nnd nsh died, adjoining the H.iible, wus consumed. The ire ulso communicated to the primury school-house lenr, und damaged it considerably. A dwellingmuse mi slightly damaged. Our worthy firemen were promptly on the spot, and prevented a seriou* conflagration. Kngiiic* No. 6 and 13 or Boston were olio on hand. I We learn from the Olive Branch, that Samuel j 11. Slack, long resident in Ward 3, and a clerk of | the New England GsBM Co., has recently become 'it candidate fur clerical ordination in the Episcopal Church in Virginia. \ Ilol.ii Kobbkhv.—The counting-room of A. Houghton & Co., —says the Boston Journal, —was entered Inst Wednesday, in the forenoon, and money taken to the amount of about fifteen dollars, j in .silver and copper. The...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

I/llrliMlou, Not Ire. <»ii _i,i| ..ttrr ncv( Sshhalti, July .i). wcsrkly worslilp will lie held at tile usual li.iUfs.vi_; ten o'clock, A.M. and hall past two o'clock, P. M-, si lhe Hull of the Hopkins ci«mi.-,-iI Hchoul House, Main street, lhe Rev. All. Miiur) uflhls.ity, Una bcru invited, sad biu consented to oflfcmie. All persons disposed tv attend this n service, are rtspcctliillv Inviltd. Heals free to all Ttie As- ' wot isttioa who I wve united lor the purpose of e.lahliahliix this service, BfBBfBB IB ncct a suitable Chapel lor worship _*• uicdlutcly. it—ty '* NOTICE. I <X_f re.rsoiis, havini busiueM with lite Mayor, will find him «■ at tho Ituuiil of llut Major snd AlJtrii.eii, in the City Hall, daily, between the liuitrs of II Slid I, Hui, _.._,» t\ tt-pud. ABDOMINAL HL I'POUTKUS. , »N. E. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, J lIOSTO.V, MASS. v iriiiuim Fri-clrricli I'lsiii-r continues to insnu- 1 liii lure ull thu various uppioved I HIJtsHKH, m liisOl.l Stand No. 3U5 [...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

Aiidioii Sale. sheriffs sale, S Mnmi.oi:j, ■*. J. i v 11, IBM. - Taken on Ei* cation, nml will l-e sold at Put.lie Auction, on SATtJRI.AY. ih. nu.'i'utii day of August i-exi, at Cur c'do. k. r*. M., _i Jy.) Utcd's TuvL-ru, IU CsiuUildir, 111 suit! Count;,— A 1,1, iho Iti <lit and Lite, est that Edmund Hayes hud un (lit) Iblh day of Muy last, when tiiv. -mine WSB Btadm i.a lue on<_i(j_| writ, in th*- follow 18,, drsxrihed uioitgaic.t iWMsUi livvtit, containing MM* fell of jJOttl, ailiinlrd oil Washing tuu Court, in Cambridge. )u said County, and m the anllit- E.uie -mid 11'.*.-s morlf aged to Francis Urai.tr. A more pnrtn.ul._r description wilil-t- given al ilir i-alf. §W<-4, LEVI PAIIKEIi, Hep. Hlionir. OFFICB TO L.ET, IN i.yi:ki;m ui.ii.uing, Dasvavp IpsW-ab* bbbi tht* , l.ollMra. rS.ml Itcmi is of larf« dimuii.ioi.s, nda-liis ■ Hi*. F.Ar-i Oilier, is.-t-ulralll, slttistctl lor bilslnt*»s, nml itllor.ls a KOtiil ujiyi.j | ~„,.. [(ir Hll y ~,,_,„„ wU...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

NOTICE! Strangt-rn Vit*Uiu» the City! A.Nll ALL UTIIKHK I.N WANT OK CKKMI , Ready Made Clothing! AUK UEUIIKSTKI. TO CALL AT Till; QUINCY HALL CLOTHING STORE, OVER QtJINCY MARKET! 1 The Largest Clothing Establishment in the City ! . ONE FHIC Bt I STBICTLT AIIHKHt.D Til. Willi'!] ill til. It* Iht' firmer, iilccliitliif- I urn tt.lt siiimii le pmrhai-e hi* .nt-.J.-.iiUlit- LOW EST I'll ICE lliut tilt:)/ can In: obtained lor by the moi-l Cl.erienctit ..ml shrewd l.in.r 1..r imiu- Unit I'\ V I (Ut THEIR Mtoii.i will be allowed |o UNDERSELL ÜB. ll.r, you will tad I'lC lu\VCr,t ftim tiHASAMKLU till' LARGEST STOCK Ut uelcet from—-experirlircd -ttnl faithful cullers ninl workmen — attentive «iil__im-n ami t-1.-tki—nml every article ol clothing, (Irum coarse to medium und supeifhie,.) lit'eL-sr-ary lor a gentleman*:) w_rdiol.c. CUSTOM WORK! Made tip 111 tin-I.est manner, as .(-cards style, (It or workuiau.hip -|itarnutcrd lo suit- nntl at flirts 'ii per rent, fuss 111.11 l IllO.t Ul CU.tOIII ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

IlOlrft: FAINTING AND GRAINING, GLAZING AND PA l» EKING, — ii.-*0 SIGN PAIXTINO OF EVERY KIND, MXI o\ mc MOT RhwiMiiit TERMS, ,»!> la A __.Tl 3 - I.Uiu|li NINNIiI, BY J. 11. Jt J. P. TII A V Kit, ■"•In in NI reel, ( anibriilHinun. jy 9 - lvi* ' TIIK UUKAT rOPLI.tR I T A I i_ 0 It 1 M G. , OUTFITTING, -ASDfikmsiiino departments: "OAK HAM,!" HOdiOll, VMttBD by iTH'Arti;:; u> SO, 0 O O PlOPtu njlllE young Lion, taking ii short imp, skfJM the dew ■a. drops ho.n Immune, und she.-. .1 leal 01.l ta_hiom J ••it o a k:»» Tfeusrwho i-e-tici'iber the events oClbL'.iu Uoalun, thu raiding oi the ni.it ol "OAK II A I___, f » will in t.-,c-il\ forfeit he tremendous e.cilenient produced in tin- 1 ...-hii.a.ible It. .tdy Matle Clothing and Furnishing line, in Hie debut ol llie nub*-rider. It Hot developed Uselflu _ci.II.- ripple, upon the ..|ii_-_, a h -.11 of this branch of trade; at.mi the nppfes look the bum of s welling waves', rolling ench upon another, until iv deep bu.ol...

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POETRY. HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

POETRY. HOME. la then* a (dace that ran impnt Ilte-it visions to the BcWbl ■'*' ; " t l la there b place whose imam '-cur Can soothe our grief, Oamftal our fear 1 Tlmt place i" home. The exile, fur in distant cliuiei-, Ofl, ofl leineiiiUia hy-gnne tlfBM, Ami o'er wlmtever land he rove*, Remembers ft ill the hind he loves — He me in hers home. Whatever hardship.-* la* our lot, Still bomeV lhe ireasiiie of the heart ; WUalever can oor Ix.-om cheer, Whatever we regard as dear, Is found In home, sweel home.

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THE HIGHLAND MINSTREL BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

THE HIGHLAND MINSTREL BOY. I liae wandered mony a night in June, Along the banks of Clyde, Beneath a bright and bounic moon, Wl' Mary at my side. A summer WOI i>hc to mine cc, And lo my heart njoy, And weel she luved W roam \*.' me, Ilet- highland luim-lic-l boy. Oil! her presence could, ou every star New brilliancy roofer, And I thought lhe floweru were swccler far When they were teen wiih her ; Her brow Ml calm M llitpfflg sen, Her |fl.ir.n*. MB* full ul joy, And oh ! her he.nl #•■ Inn lv '•■''» Her highland minstrel boy. I hac. played to ladies f;iir and gay, la many a southern hall, tint (here wns cute far—W away, A world nhove ihi-'iu nil ; And now, ihoiiyh weary jears have lied, I think, wi' inoiintful joy, I'poti llie lime when Mary wed Her highland minstrel boy.

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MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 23 July 1846

MISCELLANY. AnECnoTE of Fatheh Moody. — Father Uootf* was liom at Newbury, in H>7s, graduated :i| Harvard College in l(i<>7, wjih .sullied it York, Me., in 17-17. He refused In receive from his people a stipulated salary, nnd lived with ihein half a century, on their voluntary douuliims. The following anecdote is related of him in the Lowell Offering : Colonel .■pi.l_.H_ v wealthy parishioner, hmi retained his largo stock of corn in time of great scarcity, in hope of raining the price, Father Moody heard of it. nnd renolvi-d upon a public attack upon the transgressor. So he iinwe in the pulpit OM Sabbath, and nuined as his text, I'rov. II :27*j •« He that withholdeth corn, the people shall curse 11V in | Iml htlfillrt shall be upon lhe head of him ; that nelleth il." Col. Ingraham could not but know j to whom the reference was made . hut lit; held opj hm head nnd faced his pastor wiih a look of stoic i unconsciousness. Father M. went on with Rome | v...

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