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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

VOsT-tCasV IL"/* Persona, having business with Ihe Mayor, witl And him at the Room of lhe Mnyor aud Abb mien, iv the City Hall, daily, between the hours of 112 and I, Sundayh excepted. j /'Krliuloiis lY*s|ice.-On Aid iiili r next S..btmtli, July _6, weekly worship will tie held at the usual hours, f*Si ten -l'cltK-k, A. M , and ball past two o'clock. P. M , nt the Hall of tbe Hopkins Clasidca! School House, Main street. The Rev. A.IL Murrey of thin city, hits been invited, mid has consented to ollicuile. All peraous ilitpowil to rtltend tliis wrvire, are res pert fully invited. Sent" free to all The Assoriation who have united r.irlhepnrpo > «eofealab)ialiinf tbia service, propose to ersc\ aliuß.iMul'hspcl lor SRSSnSS nS> incdi-ilclv. St-jy -3 IMMIMimi si I'l'tmniis. N. E. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, BOSTON', MASS. [I r Jniitrn FVeHertek Foster continues to itisihifariore nil ihe various approved TRUSBEH, al his Old rttand No. 305 (o.Mtositc No. :*>«] Waahiii...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

Auction Sale* BY JON KIM f S. II Alt T, lOssnSS, \-i Main Street, tjlinrlestowii.] Real Eslnie | n ( uuibrl«l«e_Oort nt Aucliou. TB(H DAY. THUBSDAT, Ai.fU.loth, at 4 oVlork, P. M., on Ihe (ueinia. ~ luriier of Canal and Auhuru streets, A two.*(t,r_ iloline, contuniiUK m looms, <ei!nr nuffrnß der the whole l.oune, lied of wm. r, and all lhe OSS ■ tßr.-wtu. eonunielier-, lo_ether Willi ahool UOU Net n| Mini, siiffouiiili'l wiih Imil and oi iihihi iilnl Itetga, 111 a Uiiiel and |Opd n< n-hhiHhooif, hihl In (lie iiniiiediatt' vitinity olMhiM.U,rhiiM| llH Mnd hourly nfl]ees. Ihejioove house Isealcsuated lor two unofl Ihmßlts*, aatireiy dl.coi.l e. I, ,j. The side w ill lie lnwliVe, as lhe owner isahouile-lvMij. (I(I ,ii ( . \Vr,i. Terms easy, aud iiiodL-know ii at lhe lime and pUre ol hale. Immediately afkr the nbore s on Columbia street, afewrodsfiom the Unirtreali&t Church, A small tihe-htnry Hniihe, eontfiiniii* »U room*, in rood order, and reins lor ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

F. A . A Li . F. 11 AMMA T T • UR V GOODS. < 'Midi At Jiiiiifi' New Jiuii,Unit, Main St., A few door a Eaht of fflll/bjl atreet, eAMatmXDQWmfOaVT, WHBBttins] sjejband a rood nmsmohm ol Fount; n ami UOMKriilc iikv GOODS, it. on lowm cask ; artoßti t.leuiti.dand Uitiikscked I oimit>.,ieven wtdiha id tiMaliiy, White Miieiis- Ln.ei. Hmii.-oL; N-tpkiii.-. Whin 1 f.ii.eii Dwuesk fable Covt i--, Bin]** Rys Psaaart bowlaat Cri.li; lirowu bnniin. do. Tali. C< va*., Lu.en lld Us, __,| every ..hulii.. Iron. l«| cents to §11 FMUMts. IVklufSf Pnratlure fmelirsi I'mil.; hwWn.Btok.Cambiic aiul Cutturn Mii.-xtiii; pwas#LawaJH UasLoroi Kd_iu_., tc, Ac. lIOSI X H V . Ladies' and Q*fA% Ilnt-iei) lain Si v».ri<■■>■; i.|s<> Kid, Silk, rti.uu rtilk. LUU, Thread, I.nn 11 ma! CottonGlovssi Italian ' Cravat.; fancy, titJk, aial Omgbafll do., .Su H u_u_.r>, iSdk ' Pttrki 1 Milk... nffotosara ors ns.aasiat. to call **ti m ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

—• ■ . .— — —- JNOTICE! .Strangers Visiting the Cit<. AMI ALL tit'llKHS IN WANT til illiul) Ready Made Clothing! Alti: NEaaDNNTSD TO CALL AT Tin: QUINOY HALL CLOTHING STORE, OVER QUINCY MARKET! The Largest Clothing Ettablhhment ir, the City ! OH iMtiee: i Wrßii ri.v run II i hlill**.|||_l|_*J_lSJ,|.„s|..l|l| ! i.r trail, .man It, nuirlissc 111. rOMbWIh.LOW L-il l'ltll." , Hint tin j run l,i- nliiaimi I fur I,) llir HiMn )„„,■,„, ,1 ~V Islirnnil .mil lur iii.iie thin I'AV I till IHKIIt 1.1)1)11 win in.ii]]„'.v,,i 1,, BNDEnsEU. r.i. n.n >~„ «,» ~, I Urn lowest price in AH.NTKf:i,-ilii' I.AIII.KisT STOCK i ' silrii ii„iii-i-\i,iiiii,r.il nt.,ll'liiliini cottarsand workme .-mil iiiivi mili-,miii uiiil i-ltrl.s-s!;il evil y miu-li! ut c1,,". iiia.nr„in,„..i,.,. iiiim-diiim sad siixiiiiiij r_a_sjs*n to, ■ : Kilitli'|[iiiii\ )i:u,||„ti*-. CUSTOM WORK I I Minlo up in thebebt nifiiiiier, as ri_rm.li sty]**, fit or woik 1 rnansJup -jMianmind lOsntL -sod at prices ■_;,, p...

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POETRY. OLD KITCHEN "PIANER." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

POETRY. OLD KITCHEN "PIANER." BY SHORTFELLOW. (), give us lhe old fashioned kitchen pO**, | That pla.fad .NK&JOQd bass by tbe bu/7. uf its wheel, | While the asp* sTOJ watbled by sweet little Anna, lv funr.r. ami ir. accents thai made the heart feel. It _fOQjd on p. tripod, perched up in a coiner, Willi a band of soli cotton around 111 burr head, And I was a younktr, like lillle Jack Ibniiet, O, I trundled il soundly ! what a buzzing il made. When the shades of the evening around us were stealing, And pilch knots burnt bright on the old kitchen hearth, Willi spinning an I sitting and rrank stories telling We've passed the beet moments we e'er bad on cm Ih. OU, the times, how they've altered since vvc were nn urchin ! No longer we hear the old kilt-hen jM.mtr : fejfl longer with berries we /ill tip our b.nhtn, Nor list lo tbe ■OaJS o( sweet Utile Anna. The oiich knots no more on the old health art: blazing, llul an ugly old " iiir-tight" now fills up the corner; Not a st&...

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MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

MISCELLANY. From the London Tiaioa. FIIICUITFVL AND AritOCKiUS t'lllMK.—Our j readers will huve perused wiih feelings of horror nnd incrciluliiy tbe frightful detntli bropght to light hy lhe late inquests in {Norfolk, which have been leportett .it length in our pa fie r from lime to time. Tho special inquiries which the (.overnment thought proper to set on loot h.-ivu now left little room for doubling that n system ul*wholesale murder has been carried on fur years, nnd to nn extent perhaps now hardly exactly discoverable. A laboring man, near fourscore years ol" get, poisons one of his children, eight 01 leant of bid grandchildren, nnd bis wife; he is believed tn have poisoned his father unci mother ; he perpetrates these ] atrocious crimes without suspicion or disturbance, and npp-irently without motive 1 lie attends lliej death-beds and funerals of his victims, and conducts I himself with decency nnd respect ; at jail be takes! poison himself, requests lhat n relic Or his wife's m...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

City Ordinances. [No. 14 J CITY OF t A>IURIDG£* In the veei OOa thousand ei((ht hundred und forty-six. . AN ORDINANCE, Eor tbe I'.evcuiion of Fires. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City t of Cambridge, asjotlows : i 1. No gunpowder shall be kept within the limits • of lbs cily, except in lhe magazine belonging to the i Coiiimouivctattb, unless the same shull be well seemed in llebl racks or canisters. . 2. No gunpowder, above the <|uuatity of nfiy pound*, bhall Is: kept or deposited iv any shop, store, or other biiildin-*, or iv any t-hip ol vtssel, ~liiclt shall Ih-within ten rodi of any other building within (he city. 8. No j-unpowder, abora thu quantity of one p..und, ■hall be kept or deposited iii nay shop, store, or other building, within ten toils of any other building in lhe city, unless lhe same tie well secured in copper, tin or bias, canisters, holding not more than fi\e pounds each, and closely covered wiih copper, tin or brass covers, acco...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

7. The Collector shall, wilhiu thirty days after the Assessors shall have placed any list of luxes iv bis hands fur collection, deliver lv every person on whom any tax other ihan a (Mill lax (shall have been assessed, or kuve at his place of übode or business, a bill of such taxes, which shall be equivalent lv h special demand of payment thereof by lhe Collector ; and all taxes shall he payable, and payment thereof may lie enforced, by distress or iumrUouineui, ul the expiration ol ban lee-n days after bills of the same shall have been delivered or left us provided in ibis stction. S. The Collet lot shall, within the municipal year fur which he was chosen, collect all taxes committed to hiiu, from nil persons anusfl whom lie shall have any such tax and who shall lie resident iv or have sutlicient goods or estate within the city. 11l Common Council, July 14, 1846. I'ussed lo be orduined. ft. T. EAKWKEIm Tres'l pro tern. In Hoard of Aldermen, July 14, 18 Hi. Passed to be orditilied. J...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

Sec. 1. The Chief nnd other Engineer* on \ their appointment shall receive ti Warrant in lhe words following, 10-wit: V This certifies that ■ —« 9 appointed an " Kugiiieer (or chief engineer) of the Flrsl Ueoart"jtsMt of lhe City ofCuiubri.lge, and is entitled to w all the itnmunities and invested with all the powers •• btdoagiug lo said office. » (iiven under my bund, this ■ day of .. ___»,A7D. IW4-. .«, , k Mayor. «' , Cily Clerk."' und the respective rank of the Engineers shall be determined by lhe Mayor and Aldermen at iho time oltbuir appointment, SRC. 8. The Kngiueers so appointed shall meet nnd form themselves into v .Board of Engineers, at all meetings; of which tbe chief, or in his absence the senior engineer present, fdi.il I preside. They may, from lime to lime, establish such rules ami regulations for their own government, and for Ihe government, discipline nnd good order of tho Department, and the extinguishment of fires, us they iii.iv judge to he expedient, subject to...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 6 August 1846

I cer, Ira* **ii scour*** return* of .H il» rafleer. and. member* of his company and of their respe«, Vu in, and also of oil Iho fire oprinrMO* and otlie, city property then in pom-ssiou of tho company , n ,j il* ao.oral members. Sec. 27. Thoforom»n of <»es company, when. ever any member thereof shell neglect or refuse i„ perform his duly, or he disobedient to any Engi„. eer or ~,,) officer of his company, or bo guilty 0 r any violation of lhe rule* nnd regulation* of the f,, c ilopnr iment, or of any disorderly conduct, shall u_. lice and keep a record of the sumo and forthwith make v return thereof lo the Chief Engineer. Sec. 2H. Tho foremen shall see lhat ihe wll . giucn and olher tiro ippiirala* committed lo th e j, euro respectively, are. kept cle»n, well oiled, und in order ut ull times for immediate use, and nlao t|„| lhe buildings, in which the game are deposited, am kupt eleun und neat. They shall eiert ihe.nselve, at all times to preserve order uud discipline iv...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1846 NUMBER 15. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 13, 1846.

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From the Dublin University Magazine. RONGE—THE GERMAN REFORMER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

From the Dublin University Magazine. RONGE—THE GERMAN REFORMER . It chanced to the writer to be a resident, during the summer of 1845, in Heidelberg, where the Catholic movement was at the time going on, and having acquired some knowledge of the language, his attention was naturally attracted towards the subject as discussed in the current literature of the day. Magazines, pamphlets, and newspapers, all teemed with the one absorbing subject; if you joined a party of grave professors chatting in the street, their topic of conversation was sure to be the great Catholic movement ; if you looked in at the Cassino, the subject of discourse was the same ; at the lady's tea-table and in the professor's study, in the shop of the artisan and on the promenade of fashion, you heard of nothing else ; and this excitement, which had been going on so long, at length reached its acme, when it was announced by placards upon the walls, and in the leading journals, that the great reformer himself was ...

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From the London Record. MALTA PROTESTANT COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

From the London Record. MALTA PROTESTANT COLLEGE. Our readers have been informed of certain preliminary steps taken for the establishment of this Institution. The peculiarity of the laws of Malta, which allow the seller of houses or lands to redeem them ut any time within a year after the sale ; the certainty that every effort would be made by the Romanish Church to crush a Protestant College, in a place peculiarly marked as its own ; and other circumstances of the same description, have rendered it needful for the promoters of the Malta College in the exercise of a wise discretion, to avoid publicity, and to depend hitherto on applications for assistance made confidentially to parties from whom it was likely to derive encouragement. The necessity for any further reserve is now al an end. A suitable building delightfully situated near I.a Valet la, has been purchased, the infant Institution is actually commencing its operations, and it is with no ordinary satisfaction, that we are n...

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COMMUNICATIONS. OUR SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

COMMUNICATIONS. OUR SCHOOLS. Mr. Editoh, —We have read the ** Report on the late doings of the City Council in rexpect to the j Schools," published in the Chronicle- of the 30th j ult. It is a remarkable document. It purports lo j be signed by two clergymen und one lawyer, and . to have been unanimously accepted by the whole School Committee of Cambridge. Coming from such a source, it was but natural to suppose that it | would contain something akin to fairness, iv its . statements, accuracy in its statistics, and logic in its reasoning; and especially as more than one of the school committee had, before ibis report made i its appearance, boasted that " the fact* were coming out." But we are grieved ft| say, that, after a ; pretty careful examination of ibis marvelous pro- j duclion, it scents to us to betray a laruenluble dell- j cieucy in these important particulars. We caiiiuii ; review this long and sermon-like document in de-1 tail. We have neither the requisite leisure or pati...

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ONE HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

ONE HIGH SCHOOL. Mb. I'.iii-I'ok, —While the question in regard to otir public icliool system is still open for discussion, permit an advocate for One High School, to present through yotir paper a few reasons in favor of this plan, ami what seems to the mint) of the writer f satisfactory answers to the ohjecliona brought ' against it. „ I It seems to lie the opinion of the able anthers of I the excellent report in lite Chronicle of the 30th 1 ult., that there can be little difference in tire cost of 1 supporting o»< nr th rtt high schools. Undoubted - ill v, if the «er\ ices of three matter, be required in - j one school—but is it reasonable to suppose this will >! he the case, for many years to come, at least ? It -j is the ÜBitiber of different studies pursued in the . high sclhmls, that oppresses the teacher, more than I j the number of pupils, lire experience of every II instructor will, wa believe, corroborate the nsser- • j tion, that it is as easy to tea...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 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 DVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE Advertisement! 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. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NEATLY AND CORRECTLY EXECUTED, ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THIS OFFICE. BANKS IN CAMBRIDGE. CAM...

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OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

OREGON. > Among the recent accounts from Orrgon we find 1 several interesting particulars relating to the civil ■ polity and social condition of the voluntary exiles ■ in that territory from the United Stales. 1 The number of inhabitants is estimated at more I than six thousand; of which number the city is snid - to contain live hundred, inhabiting about eighty dwelling houses. There are two rhurrhra, various shops for merchandize and me. hanical art*, grain and saw milts, a post ollice, and most rc-murkahle of nil n newspaper, in one number of which is the following laconic and wholesome advice to the government und people:—"Gentlemen, dig up ihe stumps, grade the streets, lax dogs, prohibit hogs, nnd advertise in the paper." In some accounts it is stated thot friendly hospitalities are exchanged between the Americans nnd the British; in others, the intercourse between ihem is spoken of with abatements in regard to its freedom and kindness. [ A considerable trade i*fs:ar...

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