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

The Tlaror Strap Man is in New Haven. A .nun ROI angry will, |,i„, „,„| called him n fool "Woll," said he, ■" if I nm there i, one more left oT the smno sort."

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SOCIETY TOR AIDING DISCHARGED CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

SOCIETY TOR AIDING DISCHARGED CONVICTS. Unasked and prompted only by tho conviction ihnl the object of the above named Society embraces one of the most humane, beneficial and excellent charities that have been devised, we copy from the Prisoner's Friend the following officiul notice of the operations of this Society aud of similar associations. We hope that its wants will not be disregarded. While the personal good it proposes lo do lo the discharged convicts makes an appeal to the humane and considerate, which cannot be disregarded, it also makes an appeal \vt» direct indeed, but still a strong appeal, to the community ut large, dl. the score of domestic security aud social order. This Society was begun ihe 20th of April, 184o\ nnd went into operation in May. It was made to meet a demand which all acknowledge who are at all acquainted with the history of convicts. Its earliest advocates had long known thu wants of this wretched body of men, and as they were able hnd ministered to t...

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

Daih mouth Colle<;e.— Commencement, July Bl)r„.—The degree of llachelor of Arts was conferred upon Iwenly-seven young me* who hod completed ihe acailemicnl course of study. The degree of Doctor of l,»«, «■„„ conferred on Ihe Hon. Diehard llelrhcr. On Ihe day preceding Commencement, an address wns delivered DSfbft the Phi Reta Kappa Society hy Chief Jimicn Joel I'nrker, of Kecne, nnd a poem hy Key. Elijah Kellogg, of llarp.well, Me.; nnd in the nflcrnnnn n iliseourse was delivered herore Ihe Theological Society |,y |(o v . u/ m , Adams, !».!>., New York cilv. Yai.k Ci.i.r.nr..-Tin aniiunl Commcnceinenl lakes place on Thursday, Aug. 20lh. The Alumni ineel on the morning of th„ \i),\, Thenlogical Commencement in the nflernoon; nnd tho I'l.i Dcla Kappa Society cierciscj in the evening. Pnvest vnttT and Congh thi. —The rumor which had prevailed for several days of an expected message from the President relating to pacific overtures to the Mexican Government, has bee...

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From the Greenfield Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

From the Greenfield Courier. Off with your I'otatok Vines.—Mr. l.tistman : —ln these days, when so many are cozy iv cutting ofTlhe heads of tho poor Mexicans, it is pleasant to he able to direct the people ton mom profitable and less bloody work. The writer, from whom you quoted in your last paper on the subject of" ihe potatoe rot," iius the honor of doing this.— The remedy he proposes I believe will arromplish the end desired, and prevent the decay of the potatoes. Hot be is mistaken in the cause of dm rot—unless ihe insert he spoke of h;is something to do with a cause 1 will now name :—which I believe is the true cause; at least, il is a sullicient one to account for till ihe trouble respecting potalon for a few years past. Iteing al the bouse of Mr. Henry fluids of Wnpping this afternoon, he called my attention lo a discovery he had just m.ide; ami at his suggestion I communirate il lo you for the good ofibepublir. fining with him into his gar- ' den, we found that his polatoe v...

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

The Potato*: Disease, has not only je-np-peared iv this country, ns we notice hy our exchanges from nil sections of ihe country—hut nswill he seen by Inst Foreign news, has ngnin mnnifesled itself in Ireland, hngland, nnd France. It is remarkable though the intention of the whole world h.o» been drawn to the subject, for two ye-trs, no remedy or preventative, has been found. Thousands of theories have been broar bed nnd proved fallacious. We fear thai il will turn out that thu esculent is approaching ihe time of its extinction, like some species of the nnimal kingdom, known to have existed on this continent centuries ago.— Mas%:tchut,ctt% Eagle. I'otatoe Rot.—This disease seems lo he "preading in ihis section of the country. In Kpirfield county ihe f.irmers are apprehensive they will ƒ—«. half their crop. A. R. of Laag Nlmid, says that on opening the diseased stalks on hn firm, he found a worm nearly an inch long ii the rci.lre of each. Such is unquestionably the nature and origin o...

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Municipal.-City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

Municipal.-City of Cambridge. XuiicAVf Aug. II.JJn meeting of the Mayor nnd Aldermen,— A memorial of Richard M. D'.vens, concerning vacations in the public schoola*. was read and referred to the Mayor, with the request that he comnninioato the same to the School Committee. A petition of A. W. Bruce and eight others, that '* the pump and machinery for drawing water, now standing on Brighton road, may remain in their present location, daring the residue of the warm season. 1 * Reud, sod ordered that the petitioners huve leave to withdraw. Bent down for concurrence. A communication from the Overseers or tho poor, requesting thut a building may be erected on the city's land, to serve as a wood-shed and for other purposes. Read and referred to the joint •minding committee on public properly. Went down for concurrence. The City Marshal and Assistant Marshal Jones presented their monthly reports, which were ordered to be pluced on file. C. H. Taylor gave notice of his intention to build, a...

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

Kfmakks hade by Mr. Farwfi.i., nt the meeting of the Common Council, last week, when ihe Report of the Committee on Put,lie Instruction wan under consideration :— The report emhrnces two important subjects— first, in regard to the organization of the schools and classification of the scholars; second, the number of school-houses necessary to he huilt. If ihe first comes properly he fort) the City Counril for their direction, or order, or advice even, it h of tho first importance that it receive a candid and thorough cons idem lion, for there nre few nintUrt of weightier moment lo the public than those interests involved in our system of common schools. The benefits nf our public schools, nnd those the best that the wisdom of our best men, nnd a generous, though wise, expenditure of money raised by taxing, as equally ns iiniy he, nccordiug to their ability, both of the rich and the poor, is the birthright .»f every son of New Kngland, and it .should be our pride, ns certainly it is l...

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[Reported for the Chronicle.] MEETING OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

[Reported for the Chronicle.] MEETING OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. At a meeting of School Conunitle, held 10th inst. Voted, To proceed to the choice of Teachers, in conformity with the (School Regulations. And the following persons were elected : WARD I. William rushing. High School. Daniel Main*field, Grammar. Lewis it. Monroe, North Grammar. Mims IN. M. Bacon, r Washington Middle. Miss R. Milium l . Assistant in do.* Misn Mary S. Gould, Alphuhet. Miss Adeline M. Ireson, Primary. Miss Delia A. Thurston, North Primary. * If, in judgment of sulf-commiuee of Ward I. au Assistant be needed in that .School. WARD 11. R. O. Page, High School. Miss N. Manning, Assistant iv do. A. 44..Matnun, Harvard Grammar. Miss Emily Jumes* I*l Assistant in do. Mips N. C Gibson 2d do. do. A. C. Smith, Mason Grammar. Mrs. P. A. Smith, Assistant in do. Miss Is. A. SkiUon, Harvard Middle. Miss Sophi» Stuiiley City Unit do. Mist Martha E. Brooks, Mason do. Mrs. A. E. Couant, Broadway Primary. Miss Atlelia E. Cooant,...

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

Naktcckkt.—The Selectmen of Nantucket, acknowledge the receipt of the following : From eleven Religious Societies in Cambridge, tiv James I), t.reen, Mayor, 1 box nnd 2 packages clothing and woollen cloth, snd in cash, $909.00. The above amount wns contributed by the following societies, viz : Mr. Newell's $208.59* Mr. Alhro _ 76.53 I Christ Church (Mr. Hoppin's) 60.72 I Mr. Steams' 227.70 Second Congregation!,! 84.04 First Universalis! 67.80 Mr. Parker's 61.12 Third Congregational 68.00 St. John's Church (Catholic) 50.00 1 Mr. Perkins' 30.60 Second I'nivcrsalist 24.00 $909.00 * 1 Box Clothing. A Practical Tnt-ATisr. oji Vf.xtilatioi*:. By Morrill Wvin in. Pturtx ocririit arr ouam gludiiu, Boston : James Monroe & C-u. l-ondon : Chap* man, Brothers. 1846. This i* a scientific as well ns n practical treatise nj-iin a very important subject. For if, according to the, author's motto, the nir destroys more lives than ihe sword, we ciuinot overrate the importance of preventing...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

POLICE REPORT. The City Marshal complained of Jam eg P. Sargent, for performing unnecessary labor autf travelling with his ice tenuis on the Sabbath. Fined by Justice Whitney £6 and costs: appealed. Deputy Marshal Jones entered a complaint before L. Murrelt, Esq., VVurd 3, aguinst Harriet IVaref at a lewd and luscivioun person. If iff honor decided that Harriet should not " waste her frdgrahce on the desert sir," and ordered her under the cure of Dr. Watson for six months. James G lea ton t for an nssault iv tho night time, on Franklin Stone, a market man, was fined $3 and costs- 4> Edward Haggetty. for same offence, on said Stone, was fined $5 and costs. Three other young men, supposed to be a part of the same gang, who attack the market men fur the purpose of stealing from their wagons in the night, were examined and discharged. Deputy Marshal Litchfield entered a complaint against Stillman 8. Dillaway for being drunk und disorderly on the night of Aug. 10. Fined #3 and...

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

The criminal term of the Court of Common Pleas met, by adjournment, in this town, on Monday Inst, I at 9 o'clock A.M. After waiting some time for the arrival of the presiding Judge, (Cashing) and their being but few lawyers in attendance, the Court was adjourned by the Sheriff lo Tuesday morning at ten o'clock—at which time Judge Cashing appeared and the Court proceeded to business. Dexter Hildrelh, of Lowell, waspluced on trial for violations of the license law. The case was submitted to the jury at a lute hour iv the afternoon, who shortly after returned with a verdict of not guilty. The jurors were then discharged and the Court adjourned to meet in this town on Monday, the 17th instant, at 9 o'clock A. M. There will be no jury tria's at the adjourned meeting of the Court.— Con--1 cord Freeman, Ith. • The course of things at Cambridge is altogether different from that pursued by Courts here, which are models of impartiality, snd free from nil feeling and prejudice.— Boston Times. ...

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For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. i lam composed of fourteen letters. My 13, 7, 2, 4, is neither white nor black. Mv 8, 14,1*2, is in the Affirmative. My 8, 9, 6, 11, sidkey folks will often do My I, 5, 10, 11, sinnds near the city bay scales in Ward 2. 1)' you will do my whole, you will save llie Publisher Homcthing. 811.1..

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

MARRIAGES. In this city, 3d inst. by Rev. Mr. Perkins, Mr. Joseph Foster, of Newton Lower Falls, to Miss Eleanor Small, of Boston.

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

DEATHS. In this city, 7th inst. Miss Frances A. daughter of Mr. John Winship, 21; - 31st ult. Adam, youngest child of Rev. John Clark, 2 years 3 mos. In Charlestown, 5th, Mrs. Caroline S. Carr, 30; - Mr. Bernard Prichard, 51. In West Newton, 7th, Mr. Samuel Lovell, 37. In Manchester, Mass. 5th, Capt. Richard Trask, 56. In Lexington, 29th ult., Levi Harrington, Esq. 85. Although of retired habits, he was well known by a large circle of friends for his pleasantt and kind manners. Living for eighty six. years near the battle ground, he was often visited by friends and strangers, to hear of the ever-memorable action of the 19th of April, 1775, which was always related by him in that true patriotic feeling which could not he resist but by those who were on the ground and look a part. Although young at the time, he was alive with those feelings which inspired the bosom of every American. Subsequently he was ni Raralngs. at ihe surrender of tlurgoyitc - army, for whicti, ami "ttn r service...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

BKliillTON MARKET, MONDAY, Auo. 10. (Reported for the l>ally Advertiser 1 At Market, 700 Heel C.mle, 500 Stores, 2800 Sheep, nnd WiO Swine. Patera— BrtfCmtt— We quote extra 5 A 0; first quality $5 a 6 25; second 4 60 a 4 75; third 3 25 a 4 25. Start* —Those nt market were the firot of nnv account litis season; we shall otnit prices until ttcy shall become more established. Shetp —Old Sheep from I Ml to 2 75; 1.nm1.« from 198 to 2 25. ■rata. I i<Hl Hops 4. 4 1-1 and 4 1 2<\; Shouts, to l>eddln, 4 1-8 and 4 l-4e. At retail from sto Be. «■—-g—■l'H'lH ..■—■ I iMM IC7*" Aoimti WAWTicn-For iho rbronicle, in all the towns in Middlesex, and " elsewhere.'* PUMPA, Lead aW,' Tin Ware, llaibtnt Tubs, fthnwer Itnllis, yaokee (lAkers, nnd Cn*t Iron Furiiacts, curt be ItOtlfht al I.XVI tiinrr.nr.nliH'ili list Hcslest, Csniliilil-riiurt, AllftsMH'<:Kl.Rtl|tATF.|l WOOfIKN PI'MI', for kitchen or nut-door use, ot any dimension*, ran i« ni&...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

NOTICR rr Persons, having busfncSa with Hie Maror, will Aod htm at the Room or the Ms>nr and Atdermrii/ln tfcs CKy Hall, daily, between the hours of || and t.MiuidaM excepted. U / H.likUu. K 9 t§cr,'On Slid slier neil Babbalb, My a*, weekly worship will beheld at the usual hours, vie i tea o'clock, A. M , and half past l*vo o'clock*.F. M, St the Hull of the Hopaii.* Chuuical School House, Main strret. The Itev. A.I) Mui-wiy of this city, has been Invited, aud has consented to oilloutc. All persons disposed to attend this service, arc ITSSacUWIIf invited. Bests free lo all The Association wlm bars united for the iiurpoae t; establishing this service, propose to erect a sullaMe Chapel for worship iiatncdmlely. it - jy 23 AWDOMIXAL SI PPORTKRSN. E. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, BOSTON, MASS. a>- Jnmra Frederick Pewter continues lo nianu- I facttire nil Hie various approved TftUHHEH, at bis Old Htaiul No. 305 loppastts No. Xi\ Washington street, entrance iv Temple Avenue. Als...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

F. A. A. O. r. IIiMMAIT. DRY GOODS. Child, fc Ji.ua*.' New HulUlas, Mala St., fl A few doors East of Norfolk street, CAMaMaItKUKpOKT, J*** Unmask lS.k- «;.>.«., Bud. fc>. UkwTuowui* .rs.li; Brown Isiirn.; ill,. T-il.k l.'i„w,| Ltneii Hilkr. ol v.iy qu.lily, mm. 14 cm. Iv *|, Flmb«s«; Ttckhnja-, urMitiire i'nirliis; friiiu; hs'n. Book, ..'.rubric snd Curliii Mualliii Sbbsbp Lsvanai c*ii Ljarci Ediln.*, Ac , air. I ii o.s i sim v. 1-i.li',' nnd fier,.'. Hoairry In si vs. variety; sk*, Kid, Hill,, '..an Silk, la.l.- Tliren<l, Linen mill Cotton Gloves; Italian IrsvaU: Fan, >, bilk, ttad Otiiilli.ni do., Suspenders; Silk ' '(s-ki-i lldkla. I'urch.aer* srt- miuclu. to call Sid a., il Dry Gooda arc o. sold In tfiecily of Cmliridre a. cheap as In Boston or Iwwhere. l*ll-jy 21 PlRkO HUUI WATER, J win. 1 * Fluf A»Dtr, Mm* tic. Nrraipa. I —.Lao— ■ MINERAL WATER, , For .ale by l.'ll AHLErI A. ORiNE A CO., Main .treat. ■ in W—l*l iIKrVUY THAYER. ORUGOI...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

NOTICE! Strangers Visiting the Cityt AND All, OTHERS IN WANT OP GOOD Ready Made Clothingl ARK KKQIIK3TBD TO CALL AT TICK Q UIN C V HALL CLOTHING STORE, OVER QUINCY MARKET! The Largest Clothing Establishment ir. the City ! OIK PRICKt Btbictlv imiihii to. which nisi,),., ibe r.rmer. mechanic or lr.dc.iii«ii 10 porraavse 111. ,ooo. ai IhVI,O\^BrTVIIJrF stireuij huier-fsr nStia that FaY FOB THEIR f.ooilri will he allowed to UNDEMfthLL US. Here jou w iY (lad theloivr*t price OUASASTSSD-Ihe LAR'.F.ST WTOCK to select from emeriti.r.< d and laithln) cutters and workmen -attentive salesmen and clerks-- and every article of clothing. (Irom course to mi-dHim tm4 superfine,) itceeasar* for a geiitkiimn s wardrobe. CUSTOM WORK! Made up in the beat manner, as regards style, fit or wnrk mauship -timrantred to suil-ssd at price* 15 per cent. lesa (hmi most of custom establish meals ahum town A LARC.K STOCK Of Thin Coats, Pants and Vests! which will l»e sold lor s hare commission, as the ...

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POETRY. MAN WAS NOT MADE TO MOURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

POETRY. MAN WAS NOT MADE TO MOURN. BY W. FERGUSON. There is a voice which hauntsa me still. Where'er on earth I be ; In lonely vale or lofty hill And on the distant sea— I hear it in the silent night And at the break of morn: And aye it crieth—dark or light— Man was not made to mourn! In every stream that seaward flows, That voice salutes mine enar; In every wind llml round m« InWi, 11. thrilling notes 1 lienr ; In every atnuiil of Nnturcii he Tlie cheerful or furlnm, Till, ever betira llie belter purl— Man no. not made lo Ma. n I The sun lliut gliul.a tin; •uuiincr iinon, The liglil tlnit lileeaelh all, Tho inyiniil .Inn, tlie Wei iihnm, The allowen frnin lienveil lliut 1011, The floiiem nliieh in our mention, grow. Our iiioiintiitu |mllia itilurn — All, nil, in llteir nwu fiahion .linn, Man mi. not kaSw. to mourn '■ All Niitnre grit* nlouil—l.nt innn Keganla not Nature', voice ; rervillelll lier lii'uigu.'inl |ilnll. Her ivoikuiuiialii|i ifeflro). — J-Voin her fair book the ta-igl...

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