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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

FRANCE. I The condition of France, it appears from late accounts, is remarkably tranquil. Hy making war i ; abroad, it has been said, the government preserves : peace at home. There are jealousies, however, j ,of the influence of the crown, which influence, it j is argued, threatens to impair the free action of the ; representative body, and lo demonstrate that the hopes cherished by the liberal party at the time of, ' ihe revolution of 1880, of the permanent blessings j otVa representative government, may have been ton sanguine. M. Thiers, in a speech delivered in ihe ; Chamber of Deputies, in March last, upon a bill ! to exclude public functionaries from that hotly, oft which there were 17!) of the 37t» members iv the \ pay of the government, who, wilh few exceptions, would forfeit their places hy disobeying ministerial orders, remarked as follows : " Some persons pretend to say thai a represent.ilive government is impossible in Trance nn account of our deeply rooted aristocracy. ...

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For the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

For the Chronicle. ('aMhrihiii:, Mnt, iSlfi. Mr. Kditor,-- As moat of >onr readers are doubt- ' less well acquainted with the works of Dickens, ' , alias *'Hoz," a slight sketch gf his personal ad- ■ pcarnnce may not be uninteresting to them. It is ' from the Loudon correspondent of the Hnstnn Atlas ■ an I the scene is "A London Concert Room." I> Yours, fee, A n tits. I i (>n the very front seat, betucen two rather hbdi- : 1 If dressed latin-*, is a gentleman, who, it is evident, is of some *' mark and likelihood," for, as he i i entered the room, a few minutes since, every body ' i turned their heads [his head] towards hint; anil i I then every body whispered to somebody else, as ! j nun- h ns lo «ny, nnd did say it, no doubt—" that's ' , him." He is, I should npmc, about some six-nnd- j 1 thirty years of age, Inferafdy well built, but not , possessing that case nf manner—that nameless ' something which nobody can name, hut which!, every body can ap...

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THE WAR WITH MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

THE WAR WITH MEXICO. The Cloning tin- Rio Crande *f Wo> Jaftawjow confirmed— Lieut. Cairn uml 13 mm killed— Capt. Hardee and 46 aua token /.ruouer. — Ceneral Taylor's Camp nuioumled- Hit call upon the Govcrnori of Texan, Louisiana, $c, /or SOO© (ioo/>«. lly the arrival ul New Orleans .... the morning of lh« 2d insl. of ihe steamship (.'illveston, the papers of that city were furnished will, the following highly important intelligea.ee, eonfirining the. news received the previous day and giving farther intorc.tI ing particulara of ihe condition of tho All.erieuu and Mexican force, on tho Kio (irande. ' Wo learn from llie N. O. Delta, I'xlrn, that on Friday, May 1.1, ul 11 o'clock, tho Gu.lve.loii foil in will, the steal,, schooner Augusta, Cupt. (iilletl, lion. Ihe Urazos Si. logo, boarded her un,l brought to New Orleans Col. Doane, beurer of important dispatches fro... Gen. Tuilor nnd v r.'.i..isitiou for troops. From .lie Galvrstou Haaii Ev.ru, Aliril 30. Wf. ...

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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

CONGRESS. Little business of n public kind was Imn.n.led during lb* lust week. The bill concerning llie Suiilhson fund r„r lie dill'u.ii.ii of knowledge, passed lho House of It. p nsjonldliie.; nnd it i«, 1,1 |e ; „i ,„ far „j u ~„„„.,_ vntivo character is umsidered, creditable to lli.il body. T1 ''-I "" r ''.eta, ill' l,„ ~.,t been taken up No.lhcr llie ,üb-tr.ns,i,y bill. ,„„ ,|„. p,,,,,,,.,,! p.olimmary report for c.li.blishing two .dd.lieaial in.ills has come before lb., Senale. The Library t'om.niltee of the Senate bale ,c ported a lull, grunting In ihe widow of Alexainlo, 11 '<"' i-l-lUNIO, for one ll.ou.nnd copie. of each of the tiie volumes whi. I. .he proposes 10 publish "fill" wining, ofl.-eneral llauiillon, and deposit in the hhr.iry of Congress, to remain there foreverIhe enlire manuscripts of her distinguished partner. Tho same ~ui,,,mice hale also reporlcl a lull authn.i/uig a cntract to Is. made with llllan, Ton ers. for the oxerulion of nn equestrian statu...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

Ware Vii.i.AnK.—Accounts from thi. village, j snvs the Wo,coster Transcript, represent it as rnpidly becoming on* of ihe most important manufacturing villages in New Knglnnd. In addition to two birge and sparin.ls cntlon factories, just being completed, one of which i. hnill of unhewn stone, and is Ihe most splendid nnd massive factory in this country, another Inrge one is being erected, together with a largo number of dwelling., stoics nnd .hops. F.very thing about Ihe place seems to lie indicative of the highest prosperity and enterprise. Mktiiiicn.- -Thcfsnem Register, speaking of Ihe sale of Ints nt Mellinen, say., as an in.lonee of the efTecl nf the p.opo«o,l location of lho manufacturing city, on the value of real ratal* in it. vicinity, it is stated that a person who owned about five ■em of hind on tho Mciliuon side of the river, oflercl it to the company, when they f.rat proposed to purchase, for the sum of twelve htindird dollar.. The offer was declined. A few month, .flerw...

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MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

MUNICIPAL. Mayo.—la tlks meeting of iliu Hoard of Mayor ami A Idei men, the Committee on joint rule* nnd unlets wade their report. Laid on the table. Ordered, Tlmt leuve be grunted Cur erecting U uppuralu* for i. lining water ul llie outlet v!" (he AuMui atreet mum dm in, during the pleuaurc of ihe Bnjrf. An order of the Common Council, m|»|hmih ing Meaata. Dodge, Fnrwell und ltced,u committee to Injuinud, lo report such ordinance* an they may deem uecevaary to enublu the Cily liovermiiem lo cany into ojwratiou (lie powers conferred hy (he churler, RfJ concurred in, and the Mayor mid Alderman Huttrick were joined. Several ordinance* reported were referred to the committee on cily ordinance*. Ordered, Tlmt (lie Muyor und Aldennun Huttrick, with audi an (he Conn nun Council may join, be v comuiittlee to report v device Tor a cily seal. Several rule* were adopted, relating tv (he order in which liiu mutter* tit bwiMM before ihe Hoard ithould be (ukeu up. Oidcred, Thai (lie Mayor and Al...

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Reported for the Chronicle. JUSTICES' COURT, CAMBRIDGEPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

Reported for the Chronicle. JUSTICES' COURT, CAMBRIDGEPORT. i'-immnnu-faith va.Hfir.l JrMM aliaa.l/o'Waromo y. WIt.THAM SrAl.r ItoRHTKI. On the sth of Dcrrmhci luai, a *nuU trunk, mtv liming |HM IN Hank Mb, with n0!,., .Imk-, drift*, &c. |o the amount of *lH t OOO, wa* taken bom the Imx of the Wahham coach, while it Mood m the *tabV v>td at WaUh.iui, and whilM ihe dnvcr had left it lot n lew moment* In get hi- hor*c*. No trace of (he llirl't had ever lieen discoieied, tintd w ill.in a few weeki pa*l, when v poison entered the Hank al H.ighton, and p raenle.l a 100 dollar bill ol (lie Concord Hank, in Middlesex county, to Ite exchanged for smnll bill-. He noon after railed again wilh another of the aamc dcnoaiianlion, and on ihe MM Hank, both of which the Cuahicr put hi* private mark upon, und communicated the fact* to ihe Cnahicr of the Wulllutm Hank. Among the hill* put into the trunk were five $100 bill* of ihe Concord Hank, none of wttM h had hern returned ...

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Kn(u.am),-Sir Kobert Feel'a bill rebating lo lho larill' wuh null before Furliamenl; uud of thu |>iobubibfy of ila puMago in thu llouho of Knnls there were opposite OOnjOCtOYOO in lho ditlerent jouniiiU. Tliu utato of eommerciul ullliirn in F.ngland irtde«t:iil»td iv ibu l.oiidon Timer, in lho following lurnia :— For v long time them bari not been mich a niition of It ado ;m 'here in now. Doubt and unxieiy have done llieir worm. The nuirkef* are ulmn.tl parulyxed; and if it in ft gralificjition lo thnae who huve calmed ibiri fatal delay to witneiu, the eflecw of their ohilruction, ihey may congrululute thetnuelven on llie roHult being fully e(|uul to their winh•ft. But we lrunt tbut tbti noble p itience on ihe purl of ihe mercantile clans, which in M deeply injured by will huve no tool eftect on the mmds of Ihe Cabinel nnd ihe nation ibun the phlegmuhc inditlerence of the ngricullural body, from which tbrenis of faclion huve in vain OOftfVftd to provoke a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

Titr. Camiihi k. —A cnmnii**ion, consisting of i four competent persons, has heen appointed tn examine the Cambria miico her arrival in port, who Inning made n enreful nnd thorough investigation, nut hoard and inboard, have certified lhal she has not received the least injury, nnd is lighi, staunch nnd sfrong, nnd capnhlo of proceeding ni her intended voyage, on tho 16th, without detention. The (.rent Western left New York nn the 7th inst. with 130 passengers. She look mil £200,000 : in sovereign", and a very Inrge mail. Among the j passengers wero Mr. David Srott, of Ohio, hearer ■ of despatches to ihe American Minister in London, anil Mr. Robert Fiillt, of Liverpool, bearer of desprilt lies to Ihe Rrilish Ooverninelit. M\MACtn'<KTTH HIKTOn \C ft I. SnctFTr. At nn nnnn-il meeting of the M-i*i«nchu«c|i* |li«torienl Society, on the 7lh inst., the following nlhcoi* were chosen: Hon. .lames Savage, President; Joseph W'illard, F.aq., Recording Seerelarv; Rev. Chnrles l.owelt....

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HON. JOHN PICKERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

HON. JOHN PICKERING. We retttiveil tliu (.uniltil tiding* of ilie tlenlt. pttkU exct llciit man »ooh ufier our la.i we«k'a paper went to pre**, it it among ihe liappy recutfectiuua of thu uulliur of tin- following l>ricf and liuiii-jlu iwlicc, lo hare known bim whea un uudtrgraduaU of IlHivard Oalkfa m mam a/atnlorelaaau an- gawntJlv known hy Ibeir junior*, and tv liavo nhaied liiu fricndsliip aoon utter lie entered mi liis prole**iomil life, ;inJ ever ufier to have letaincd it. Mr. Ticketing MM Hiaung the younger uieinWrg uf lii* cla** at Ihu-Uniicrriity ; and, thongli remai kalite for hi* nodajiiyi hi* MwnwMa ■Itifmiwuii in cb**ieal and polile literature lieeaine known and highly appreeialed liv hi* contviitporariee. II if eminence was the more readily acknowledged hy them, bec.m»e of the puiityof Ilia character, the delicacy of hi* manner*, mid llie alißence t*f all seaming cmiHcioudiieta of siipeiimity over otlit'i*. Vain pretenders ure mark* for the H.ilyiintV raille...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

Dkath or Mr. v. C. T. Torrkv.— The Rev. C. T, Torrcy diet! on Saturday, in the Maryland Penitentiary . where he has heen lying under a pulmonary attack for several months. Sir. Tnrrey was n reputable miniater of lho gospel at ilm North —a young man of energy, intelligence, nnd npparent piety. lie inn tried a most estimable woman,: daughtci <>f the venerable Ue\. Dr. lile, vv ith whom j he lived until his incarceration. Itnt with all his good .md nini.ihle qualities, he was infntunt- j ed on the subject of" slavery, nnd in his eagerness I lo rid lho Slave Slates of this '• curse " nt once, he j set In work lo carry them ofl' to the free States, f.»r which he was arrested, tried, mid sentenced to the Penitentiary for ten yours. Hut before two short j years tiro gone, ho has paid, not on!) tho pcnaltv i of the violated law, hut the debt of nature, and has I Bono to that tribunal before which nil conditions j ami colors of men -hall have to stand. A few weeks ago s...

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THE MEXICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

THE MEXICAN WAR. The Pnsident, on Monday,addressed a Message 10 Congress on the atTairs of Meiico, in which he recoiui.lends a declaration of war, and the raising of voltinteer. fur ihe purpose of carrying it on. The following uli.tract of the message, received at New York by Telegraph, is copied from the Journal uf Commerce :— A Message was received from the IVesidt.it--11 opens hy a reference to the annual message on llie slut., of our relations wilh Aleiico. Explains that a desire to fix tha boundary and adjust claims, had heen standing twenty yeara , that all eUoita lo procure an adjustment having failed, be had now lo announce a .Into of war. Shows liow Mr. Slrdell came lo lie appointed Minister Inst October. Our Consul at Malnmora. was desired lo inquire if a Minister would be received. An aflirinalivc answer was given, and conditions accepted, one of them was, that we should withdraw our force. from Vela Cruz, I'resident lle.rcra mis anxious to receive Mr. Sildell, hut events...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

j I'residents or Hahvaru College —The j : Corporation of the College have made provision; : for erecting I monument with appropriate ins rip- j j lions, an memorials of tho deceased Presidents ol\ I this institution, whose remains hitherto have lain j uuhonored hy ibis tesliinony due to them for their learning uud ollicial services. The epitaphs, in j ; latin, to bo inscribed on the monument, have been ; written by OM of the most critical nelmlura and j ciact autii|uaries of the age. j Uudleiah I.tcTUR-E—Tlie annual Dudleian [ Lecture was delivered yesterday afternoon, in the Chapd of Ihe I niversity, by the Rev. Aleiander ] j \ t'ling, pf Boston. j | The Rev. Charles Brooks, has repigtied id* ollice of Professor of Natural History iv the Ciiivetsity !of New Vurk. , CoMMisirAiiti,] — Chaporrat, mentioned ; in the accounts from tbe sent of war, on ihe bank* : of Rio (.randc, mean*, a plantation of Holmeooatk t \ or the ecfr-preen oak, that i* low, and full of '. branches ut lop. Chap...

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... MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

... MAY 12. rT.rirTT -— tiir ustinl *«!es Tor coiisuinptiiin have f [ - U>en m.ole. (ienesee ?5 a | 12; ami cliuice 5 25; ! ! Ohm 4 75 a 4 H7 ; St-uihein, romtnoii desci iptimi*, i I 62, cash, and 4 75, 4 int... Stink small ; Uit $M* pic snpjdic* aie exirected the first favorable change {of wind. j O X ai\ —S.xle* several hundreil bushels, in parcels fn.m More*| at 70 a 72c fi.r Sun hern yellow (l.il, and 6S a7O fin while. Oat* 45 a 4»r pei bushel. ' KIMI — S.d.s of Mat ken fat $3 a | 12 fi.r No. 3; | mil 5 25 |>er bbl, for No. 2, with increased demand. Moi.asW •> — Sak-s Cuba sweet, In grocers, at I,N a | 19c; and stati, to distillers, 16V per gall. 6 m*. ■ Sit. i a—Steady sale* Cuba box to llie trade at former pi ins. By auction, Havana brown, damaged, S2 ln.xt s aaU at 7 60 a 7 b7, 4 m..-..

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BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, MAY 11. j At M.iikcl, m%) Cattle, 13 eiike Woiking t»nrn, ' "(i Caiwi and ('aire*, H75 .Sheep, no,I .ds.ui SIHI ] Swine. .12** head of the O.tllk Came over llie \Ve*ljern Railroad. ! /iVr, (Vf/p—Snlf* ..f extra f> 50; first tpialilv f> 23; Ir: ror.il ttaaKt] B 50; third .pialitv 4 75 a 5 2.'»." Wnrhnf Om—\*u\\.—&m\eM noticed al !?70; "72, j7S; 82, snd 91. | Cow and frt/w—Sales nulicel at It; 2ti; ; 27; 30; 40. and 45. , Tlaijjl fTr' -< f lots taken at 2 75; 3 50, nnd I 50. | £tnftr—Sales I -risk .*"alrs at wholesale 4 3-4 lor 's.iw-.ao.i BM for Harrows; at retail 512 fin i Sows, an.l ti 1 2 a 7 fin Harrow* weighing less than ' 100 he, N.H. Al-ni 10 head of TWfCitile remain imjsol.l al 1..M.« k; ttve weather U-ing U\ oi able, the I maiket will mine likely Ins cleared out of Beef, Sheep j I an.) ling*,— /V.iwf/rr.

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

MARRIAGES. In Cambridge 5th inst. by Rev. Mr. Newell, Mr. John O. Currier, of Amesbury, to Miss Mary S. Hough, of Cambridge. In Boston, 6th inst. Mr. Luther L. Parker, of Cambridge, to Harriet, eldest daughter of Caleb G. Loring, esq. of Boston. Mr. John James Dixwell, to Elizabeth Boardman Ingersoll, youngest daughter of the late Nataniel Bowditch.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

DEATHS. In Cambridge 6th inst. Almira H., of the late Jonathan Gilman of Tamworth, N. H. 16. In St. Mo., 23d ult. Edward Cruft, Jr., 34, Counsellor at Law, son of Edward Cruft, Esq., of Boston, a graduate at Harvard University of the class of 1831.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

Died at Walpole N. H., on the 8th instant, Dr. JOHN WILLIAMS, Late of Cambridge, in the 98th year of his age. Dr. Williams was born on the 20th of June, 1748 (old style]. Of his early history we do not remember to have heard any particulars. During the war of the Revolution he was a practising physician at Hanover, N. II.; iifterw.n'tls lie removed to Barer, m tloi> State, wlieie he remained awhile in the M\ pinh'ssintinl laininess. Thence l»e removed lo Prnvidence, R, I. ||p wits for some time Steward of tlie College in ihnt place, nnd dm ing putt of the lime en-g-tged unsitrressfuMy in commerce. Afterwords he came to thia town and opened an apothecaries' »hop, mor al>out the year 1810. His lm*im-ss wns Ml hist vriy eirctimsrrilted; but he soon connected with his •hep iv laboratory lor flte pirparation of OKilicinen nml other "UTpMoa, which proving gainful, be extended lv« works nml finally obtained a competency etjnal to In* wishes; n pint rewaid of his fruga...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

GEORGE A. CUSHING, COUNSELLOR AT LAW PORTER'S BUILDING, m14 CAMBRIDGE.

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