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FOR A YOUNG MOTHER'S ALBUM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

FOR A YOUNG MOTHER'S ALBUM. BY WILLIAM BAXTER. Write for viitir iillnmi ! Slmll I write Hume lem-nil n_ta" ofolilen limes— How wan mis' for fame, nr gubl, Or iiiinstrtl.-t Nog in runnier climes ? Ab, no ! ii humbler strain lie mine, 't'liim-jli to my env 'lie r»vvecler bir ThaJl thlaa of bannerM host*, .unl all The stern mill pi..ml ilc lights nf win. I'll tune my peaceful lyre to mug Of filenames wliicb knmv no nllny— Which find their ofoaTtal haunts itmui.3 The scenes nf pure domestic joy. A IsßßaVflM Mfca. _ sofi eecm To fill upon my liat'ning ear *, A mother by ils cradle lied With look serene is Hag'riag near. llovv sweet ili.it calm, untroubled llfJJp ! Yet when ilmse silken eyelids part, Wllfll J.M U'alll.t JU llmt llll'lllll'n cm — What joy swells in (hut mother _ licnrt ! In gazing on n scene like linn, I've Biuit'il to sec tbnt inolbeiV pride. Ami llmujfbt llmf mother hceiuetl v rum—■ The babe a nntcbud by ha. side. Thru be it thine In rear this flower, Tv teach ils lieaut...

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MISCELLANY. THE HYPOCHONDRIAC AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

MISCELLANY. THE HYPOCHONDRIAC AND THE PRESS. BY THOMAS HOOD. There was f'oxall, a mortyr lo llinl niclaurlmlw humor called Ilypocondriasir, mul who was ctir.-.t by the lVcss. n nerio comic scene (here was between the matter mid hit mini linger, n j confidential servant of the old school, rhrowd,! trusty, nnd nt blunt at n spade. " Well, Roger," tho old man would say, after; a vory long and solemn shake of the head, " I urn going at last." " Ulad on it—to ShnlTluiin, of course ?" " No, Roger, no—lo number world." " What, to Ameriky I" "All, that's along o' misting your brandy—you lie low, you be." " Not so low at I tl.all trff, Roger. I am nl di-ath't door—l have double knocked, and a... i scraping my shoes, and it will soon be walk in.— Now, Roger, remember when I'm gone that .Mr. Ilrewley " " Yet, yet—l know, lie hat got the Inst of your last wills. Your nevy will come into the land, and your niece ia lo have your personal bulk." " No, Roger,—that was the will before. I've made ano...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

City Ordiiiaiiccs, [Mo, 17 1 (ITV OH (AMBIUDIsK. In the vein one thotimunl eight humlinl uml forty-«ix. AN OK!)I\A\(T., Tor ihe removal of niiM.inres, sonrres of filth, and causes of sickness, within the City of ("fiinl'ridgt:. 1 fie it ordained by the City Council of the City | of Cambridge, as follows : I 1. The M.iyor and Aldermen, for the lime he- I i ing, ore herehv appointed nnd eonsliltiti'd ihe j Hoard of llenlth of the Tiiy ol Ctimhrtdge, and ! J uli ill have power to carry inlo exerution all laws of I j ihe Commonwealth and ordinances nf the City { I Council, made for the jiresirvalionu of iho health ! lof thu JohnlMt.-iiits ofsnid city. 2. F.vvry lenenient in (he cily. Mad M I dwell- : inn house, shall he furnir>hetl, wlen it can he done ! without unreasonHhle expense, with n sulficient j drain In carry oIT the waste wuler into a common [ i.ewer orreseryoir, which drain anil reservoir shall j In: nniler ground, nnd no pWfSJB nhall sutler any wattle or Btiij»iKi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 August 1846

\ MtiHTNIIVO CONM'CTOKS. mni? a*__siH.rr would wppaeilWly Istoriti the pablk, l__l__S___BS&-Ss*s Worcester, slat, tort- ■ i&ttr ;.npn.'c'_n,V:;x" &?£?&& „,„l .11... »« T*lkr« «..•> "".i'ZoZtr I llurli a l".« "• U, aiul •__ ut litliuilin. W* » iBW*I r 11 rm« >«, an hi. nn.' iii.iaiicr In iMav lias*. _3 In llial ailwrlliiil tl«lt>»i< ".Vfj I" n >'»"'"VUM. «!"„ UDBI ««> w,"iiM nt i.nl'llc tulri.iii.tr. | s . ... D.vis. Amiiiim « H.ah, 111 .'"nix A 00., WIM.IAB KtM, rims W. BILUB, W.K.r.l. ___■ Wiirci-alt-r, Ms). IU»WILLIAM IIOVBV, Ja.. Aoent, jy 3-3111 Maiaalntl, Wi.rd »■ TEAS A -V l» VOVFtiH. r^3|^B^^ A B a TEA IBaiaa B Tilt. ROcTTOM I'KA »<>MI'ANV,a-l l .iiir.»rt...l.riul .n1,».i1.-..r,:.l hem will. PlMtßrj ihr- pmm l lav. ml.lii i,|.|M,iliiin.y.lii liilnrlii tln-ir Iricn.la In 1 mill mltr Mid virinilv, 111 " *•» !»»•' iwiKiil l&g...

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

HOIMAN'S Nilnrc 1 H Grand KesUritive, THIS Vegetable- Madkles stands unmahVd for the a,) lowing Couuilalaia, vhv. DY-I'BPBIA OB INUIOBBTION. DIriEABBD LIVER, JAUNDICE, BIU.IOUB CHOIJC, COBTIVBNBBH, LOAH OF AF-BTITB.ABTIIMA, -ILUOUfI UlB OUIIKBH.WOBIiB.NBBVOtrBCOMI'LAINTB, PAININTIIEHIPK.HLKKIUNGATTIIK HTOMAOII.OOLIIBANDOOIJOIIBOr IA>.\_BTANUIN_,HOAB«KNr;ttB, HIh.HTNKSH OF lIKKATII. BBA 81CKNEBB. *«.. Ac. J. 0. HOLMAN, Proprietor, No. 70 Ca-Hklll, Hoataii. A. nil I). Agent lor Cam 1 rldre, Columbia (wutKwlie Suil-llt) -irrei. This Medlrlne is of a warming, elieerlnf and Invigorating nature, and Is never known tv wenk«, the patient; whereas it Is well known miiiy oi|n r Cathartics have directly »., tt> pnsile. irinlfi.ry. It has it meat powerful Influence, tsr_*L td by nt» elder medicine, in reinfitiiii NEBVoi)» i om I'LalN'l-. It is plc'isNiit 10 lake, and In Us operation so much so, lhal il may be administered to the lender lutaui with safely. It I*, not iir-'e...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1846. NUMBER 16. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 20, 1846.

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SELECTED. THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

SELECTED. THE PRESS. Hail, Mighty Power! —effulgent fount of light,— How shall a rustic bard attempt thy praise? Shouldall the tuneful Nine at once unite, To laud thee with their sweetest loftiest ways, Thy glory would transcend Urinia's flight, And leave the rest below, in deep amaze: Scattering night,—illumining rite blind. Thou vmutisi up to action il.uk mankind. Ingewiaaai Caxton I—venerated nhasWfl — A velAnh world Imn iilin<>M loi>l (by name, Whil« nonie, ft he amend earth with ssMuitifMng blade, Are hl.iionM funh, the fnvVitc «on* of Funic ! Than great originator of ihe trade, Or Fiiniing Art, htst got a higher claim. Hut ilmo it is with us ungrHtcful mortals—» To Merit, Fume hut rarely opes her portali | Wli.it wis the world before illy darkling day T A HCrne of ignomnce, misrule and wrong : Where depot held hi« undinputrd swny, Whrrc subject durst not lift his pen or tongue ; Hut toilM until hiii aged head was gray. And chiefly for those dro...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

Pvmpatht. —An American liady who had beetj yory a|ek in Marseilles, received the attentions of many of the French sa wall at the English Indie* who were resident pf the place, On hor rorovery, *be was asked by a (Viend which of the two expressed the moat sympathy, th<* French or !'»«lish ladiea, to which aha replied-*-'* Tho Frasmh Wns bring me flowers, all day \ but the F.ugliah Mies sit np with roe all eight/ Tit r<m Tat.—A («atlaßi*n waa riding ihtough ilm town of (.'■— ■ on» day, whan ho '""' «v awayvmd follow loading » hog, whom h« ««<-naud ia tlu foUawbf manner : "How uddi it loolu to ■«• on« hog hud alt. other !" , " Yt,," t |» «tuß, "Oj«t not no o<W »• U ,lw ««o wi a lof ride op hpftab»«k,"

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ORIGINAL STORY. [WRITTEN FOR THE CHRONICLE.] Bread Cast on the Waters. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

ORIGINAL STORY. [WRITTEN FOR THE CHRONICLE.] Bread Cast on the Waters. BY CAROLINE F. ORNE. '* Please, sir, give me sixpence to buy a loaf of bread. Father's broke his leg and mother's sick, and we have not a mouthful to eat;" and the little ragged beggar-boy looked up with such a pitiful countenance, and spoke in such a sweet, sorrowful voice, that incontinently Willoughby Campion did draw forth and put in his extended hand three times the sum desired. " Heaven's best blessing on you, generous sir," said the boy as if touched by the deepest gratitude, and hastening away to relieve his destitute family, he disappeared round a corner. "I will go too," said Willoughby, his heart glowing with generous emotion. "It may be I can do them much good." Willoughby turned out of Broadway, keeping the boy in sight, and in a few seconds was in a narrow lane, and to his utter astonishment in the midst of a group of boys, playing pitch and toss, among which the little imp who had just imposed upon...

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VENTILATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

VENTILATION. Quantity of Air Required. This is one of the most important of the questions arising in the practice of ventilation. We have no means of arriving at any trustworthy result by theory ; for the inquiry is not merely, what amount of air is requiredd to distend the lungs at each inspiration, or to sustain life, but what will preserve a full and vigorous state of all the organs of the body. Tredgold, taking into consideration the effect of pulmonary and cutaneous exhalations, recommends four cubic feet per minute. An en— gineer, in the Theory and Practice of Warming and Ventilating, plainly intimates that this is more than will be required ; and Dr. Amott limits us to two or three. These are theoretical results, and in one point of view they have some value ; they may indicate what the haman frame will tolerate without immediate and marked complaint, but they certainly have no value as guiding us in ascertaining the amonnl of air required for systematic ventilation. Neither ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 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 or turn CHROAriCLK. TWO UOttAlta PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for si* months. fj£>- Single eopia*, four cents. May be obtained at tile ITnirersity Bookstore, Cambridge j Mr. Work's, and at the office t corner of Main nnd Mugusine streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT. TERMS O*' ADVtiRTIfIING IN TUB CHRONICLE. Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion) 0 50 Each subsequent insertion, 0 90 By the mouth, (Tour insertions,) 1 00 Business Cards, 1 year, 6 00 « " 6 months, 3SO " " 3 months, 2 00 Advertisement* exceeding 12 lines charged in pro nortloa A liberal discount to those who advertise hy ihe year. All Mercantile or Medicul advertisement* inserted according to contract. BOOK AM) JOB PRINTING. or k.vehv DSIOKJfTIOIi NEATLY AND CORRECTLY EXECUTED, OH THE MUST RFAIOKABI.E TKRHS, AT TBU OF...

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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, Relating to Pacific Overtures to the Mexican Government. This Message, which was sent to both Houses of Congrnas on Saturday, the 8th inst., was inserted in our last paper. It suggests " the propriety of making an appropriation to provide for any expenditure which it may be necessary to make in advance, for the purpose of settling all our difficulties with the Mexican Republic." The proposed object is most desirable; and if Congress placed that confidence in the President which he ought to have merited and consequently obtained, there could have been few objections to an appropriation of the $2,000,000 named, or even a greater amount. But he has, on so many occasions, uttered dark oracles, that they have fallen into disrepute. Still we like his assurances of a wish for peace: and his mild accents on this subject, contrasted with the brutal, ferocious and sanguinary tones of the organ are soothing to the ear. If however, as his language implies, his original ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

Santa Fe Expedition.—We now and ihen get an accidental or partial revelation of some of the mysteries of the President's war, which give ' us a lillle insight into the kind of peace which he meditates. The following is the closing paragraph of v letter from Pawnee Fork, July I6th, to the St. Louis lifpublicin. It is now reduced to I ci'itainty that we shall go by Bent's Port, and thence hy Taos to Santa Fe.— All hopes are now reliuquisheil ol'Capt. Moore having overtaken the .Mexican caravun. U> shall hear fiom him again, however, at KofiOOi Ford, on the day after tomorrow. It is known, for nearly certain, lhat upon arriving at Santa Fe, a large detachment of troops will be sent to the Pacific ; though of the intention of Un Kearney, vurf lillle, fif mivffmig', is n'tsin't e/v known further than that Gen. X. will lake possession of New Mexico as a part of Texas, and will net as the intermediate Governor of that province. All the rumors that have rearhed jou previous to th...

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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. On the lasl day of the late session of Congress, the Senate concurred with the House in the bill establishing the Smithsonian Institution. "Il ii said," remarks the New York Tribune, "that by an unfortunate oversight, no appropriation has been made for the erection of the buildings necessary for the purposes of the establishment;"- a matter, however, which can soon he provided foi by Congress. The interest which has accrued upon ihe fund amounts to By the provisions of the act the management of the Institution is committed to fifteen Regents; three of whom, namely, the Vice President and the Chief Justice of the United States, and the Mayor of Washington, nre members of the Board ex officio. Three are appointed by ihe President of the Senate, and three by the Speaker of ihe House of Representatives. We have not Been mention made of those appointed hy the President of the Senate. The Speaker oT the House of Representatives has appointed ihree members of the H...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

We published a paragraph, a few days since, chronicling an accident at Mount Auburn, by which some laboiers were hurl. It was also stated in the paragraph that " Dr. Wymnn, of Cambridge. wn» sent for, but ho did nothing for Ihe men. Three of them were brought into the city end sent lo ihe hospital." The paragraph was hastily written jest before ihe paper went lo press, by a person connected wilh our establishment, and was not rend hy n« until after the paper wns published. Ii bus been thought by some thnl it was intended to convey ihe ulen mil Dr. Wymnn nofleoled hia duly on that neension. Such an insinuation would do infinitely more injury to us than to Dr. Wymnn, e.pecially nmong ihose persons who are familiar with Ins skill as ii physician, nnd bis benevolent feelings as a man. — Boston Journol. We copied the paragrnph alluded io, into the Chronicle last week, and overlooked the cipreesioo, in the hurry of preparing for press. linn. Henry Iluhhiird, of N«wHanpehira, it » said, ha...

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THE HON. LOUIS M'LANE AND THE OREGON TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

THE HON. LOUIS M'LANE AND THE OREGON TREATY. We insert below tho addreaa or the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce to Mr. M'Lane and his reply, not only us a pleasing example or mutual courtesy, but also for the sake of the testimony afforded in both in favor of an amicable settleineul of international disputes, und ihe inestimable vuluo of permanent peace. 11l udd iho Oregon TreMy aa v part of iho current political history of ihe country, which ought lo he recorded in all our newspapers. Hnvlng been fully ratified, it has been declared by ihe President's Proclamation to be the law of the land. •'To flit Kjrtlhncy Louis M'Lune, Es</., Minutrr P(«»l"wt>»t(of| from Ihe United Stoles oJ .Interim lo (Ireot Kritain. "SIX, —'Ihe American Chamber of Commerce of Liverpool desire lo express lo yon the high sense which they eulerlain of the value und importance of the exertions which you have recently made for maintaining fiiendly relations between (Ireul Ilrituin und the Uni...

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MR. M'LANE'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

MR. M'LANE'S REPLY. •• Although I must ask you lo he content with a brief acknowledgment of the address you have kindly made to me, und of the flattering estimate you have been pleased to place upon the services it was in my power to render during iho recent negotiations (o which you refer, I beg you tv be assured thai I am not the less grateful for your approbation of my conduct. To no one can the result which lias so Itoppily crowned these negotiations give greater satisfaction than it has done lo me ; and I never doubted lhat I could not render v more patriotic service lo my own country, or one more acceptable or of greater importance to the world at large, than by contributing any assistance in my fiower towards the preservation of peace, OfHM 1 lonorable terms, between two kindred nations, whose prosperity I believe to be intimately interwoven with each other. | *' If it bo not a reproach, I have always thought it was to be lamented that ihe peace of two such i nations, with so...

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OREGON TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

OREGON TREATY. ARTICLE I, From the point on the forty-ninth parallel of l north latitude, where the boundary laid down in ' existing treaties and conventions between the Tutted Slates nnd Great Britain terminates, the line of boundary between the territories of the Fnited Slates and those> of her Britannic Majesty shall he continued westward along the snid fortvninih parallel of north latitude to the middle of the j channel which separates the continent from Van- : couver's Island ; and thence southerly through the ■ middle of the said channel, and of Fuca's Straits to tho Pacific Ocean : Provided, however, That tho navigation of ihe whole of the said channel I and sirails South of the forty-ninth parallel of north latitude remain ftee and open to both parties. ARTICLE II. ARTICLE III. ARTICLE IV. from the point nt which the forty-ninlh parallel of north latitude shall he found to intersect the great northern hrnnrh of the Coliimliia river, the navigation of Ihe suid bran...

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