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

Tin: Mount Holvokk Female Si.minahi held its Anniversary lust week ; when 41 young Indies received diplomus. This is iv roulily n Female College, tn which young ladies over sixteen lire admitted on direful examination und testimonials, us to proper qualifications. The principal edifice, containing about 1110 rooms, is hand--1 somely furnished throughoul, and ihe uniple ncco illations I'or instruction and board, at the low nue of §61 a year, allord v sinking illustration of what a distinguished I'emnle Toucher can do Tor concentrating the benevolent entciprisu or others in bchair ol education. The high standard or moral und religious education in litis Institution, (suys iho Northampton Courier), is now known throughout this country, und its influence is already felt in dislunt parts of the world. Several females from the seminary now occupy important missionary slulions, und others are on llieir way for ihe same errand.— Three of iho teachers nro soon logo —Misses Abigail Moore and ...

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Communicated for the Chronicle. MORE ERRORS EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. MORE ERRORS EXPOSED. The school committee, in their recent "report on the late doirigi of tho City Council iv respect to the schools, H say, among other things, "it cau b« doiuonstrated that the tax upon the property of Uie town for public school instruction was actually l fa „>. in 1849, thau it was iv 1840. •' In 1840," Biiy tho committee, •■ it wus upon every 91000 of tu. able property, $1 47; in 1845 it was $1 54, bum. !) per cent, less for instruction in 1840 than i n 1810. Now this is an entire mistake. It is not nous ii will be eauy to show. Iv May, IS4U, th e valunlion of taxable properly in ihe town hy t ne usarssois, wuh $7,586,950, und the sum paid f ol instruction in tho public schools wus $6,740 15,__ (Bft report of receipts and expenditures of Can). luidge for 1840-1.) Now a lux of #6,740 15 on $7,585,960 is a littlo less than 89 cents on every #101)0. Here then b v tlight mistake of 58 tenia on a $1000, that in, iho lux for i...

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

(.'ot.n in Massa< husktts.—We hare teen, some line specimens of gold, recently discovered in Dodhiim, hy our friend John 11. Illake, Rag. of this city, while examining a vein or quanr., which was hud open by his direclion, for Ihe purpose of ascertaining whether it wna worth working for galenn. In the same vein there wna found also, besidesgoleno, rarlionote „„,t milphurrt of copper. This is probably tho first discovery of gold in any place in New I'.nglund.— Tramcript. DtATti amonu Honsrs—Thn N. V. News says that over fifty horses have died in the neighborhood of Jamaica, Queens county, 1,. 1., within ihe pasl few days, of a disease which ia nilher tho " staggers," or much resemble, it. Many of the bran wero valuable one. Ii ia mid that in all instance, death followed to llioae horses which wero exposed to the sun and night air, nnd lo none that wero sheltered. I ho Ret John Pierpnnt, formerly of Mollis atrret church, in this eily, is „ow parlor over the Firtt Unitarian ...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. Tuesday, Aug. 18.—In mooting of tho Mayor and Aldermen — Pslilioo of buniuel J. Johnson and leu others, relating to a nuisance, to wit, a soap manufactory on South Seventh street, in Ward 8, was reud and referred to Alderman Uuttrick and Hustings. Petitions of Rufus Lanisou and Samuel Pond, for abatement of taies for the construction of mum drains, were read and laid on the table. Petition of Charles Wbitton and twenty-three others, relative to machinery for raising water, was read and referred to the Overseers of the Poor, with authority to grunt the prayer of the petition, on such terms aud conditions as they shall judge best. Petition of J. N. Bang and twelve others, relative to v point of land at the junction of Hampshire street and Broadway, wax read ond referred to the Joint standing committee on roads and bridges,— Concurred iv by Common Council. The bond of Samuel Slocoinh, Collector of Taxes for the City of Cambridge, was presented and approv...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

POLICE REPORT. Augustus Sicdma/t, fur unnecessarily travelling with ice carl* on llie Lord's tiny, was subjected tv n line nnd costs. Patrick Krllcy paid n fine of $». nnd coals, for tin* privilege of being drunk und disorderly. Eliza Marsh wns chnrged wilh being drunk on ilie night of the Kith, put on probation for v short time. Deputy Muralml Jonas, of Wnrd 3, complained of Michael HV/cA, John Gardner snd James Lynde, for breaking into S. Ward's provision siorc and stealing then, from 150 cents. They were fined S2 enth und cosl*,or lo sutler imprisonment in ihe Mouse of Correction 15 d»)S. James Mi < }>hy, for an assault upon Joseph Si'iiM', was fined £4 nnd costs, by 1,. Marrelt, Lag. Joseph Cavanaugh wns etumincd before Justice Mnrrcll, for |R nssnult on Deputy Marshal Jones with n rnse knife, wilh intent lo kill, while in the discharge of his duty, lie is nn old offender, nnd ■ dangerous man. life wns ordered tb tcrogmzc ■■■ the sum of PIOM to appear nt ih...

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

" l.vcr I.onh" paaeed oar office, yeaterday, in Riwd spirits, areompnnird by four young Indies in " carryall. She was decidedly musical. Thn Mexican War draga »ary heavily wilh tha "ilnrs, aa wall aa wilh tha regular soldiers. Wa nivn it from tho best authority, that oaf Rnoruil'"C 'MTicors ertnnot enlist a man in Ihia city for lha Navy, Mailora refuse to go Into Ilia Mexican war. they «.iy thai they are taken to the (Jnlf of Mexico '" tlio of the fever, where there is no lighting or |fl»a money. Public reanaU are now wailing, and 'atinol proceed lo aea for want of men. The Me«"Vf war ia griming hourly ninre unpopular wirh WfiUmi.—M V Ejprnt.

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Communicated for the Chronicle. HISTORY AND ORIGIN OF CAMBRIDGE PORT BURIAL GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. HISTORY AND ORIGIN OF CAMBRIDGE PORT BURIAL GROUND. The Ground consists vf about two acres, which wss purchased by the town, and fitted for the purpose : the Lust end was laid out in lota of about fifteen feet square, and each lot appropriated lo the use of one family ; and a strip on the West for strangers, und culled the * Stranger's Ground ' (or lot). The first interment wus a child of Mr. Luke Hemmenway, in December, 1812 ; the second, a child of Alpheus Dunbar, in February, 1818 ; the third, Deacon LI I is, in Murch following ;—these were from three houses in rotation on Austin street.— The first person buried iv the ' Htranger's Lot' was a young woman from the weaving factory of J. It. Knight. The first SeXion appointed in Cumbridgeport wus Mr. Llijub Lurned, which situation he held from three lo five years, und left no records. The three succeeding him were appointed in connection with tho caie of the Hrick Meeiing House,—being the only church ...

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

Serious Accident in I.vnn,—The large "M.ooi house iv Franklin street, Lynn, whs the theatre nf an ncrident on Friday hist, which was nenr distroyiug n large number of lives. As it wns, several of the scholars wns bndly hurt. It seems a quantity of wood hnd been deposited in the attic fur winter's use which proved too heavy for the floor limbers, nnd just ns the largest purl of the clnsses hud been let out for a recess in iho afternoon, the whole mass—floor, plantering snd wood, came down wilh a terrific crush into lha room below, burying the remaining children (about forty) together wilh the tencher, Mr Itntchelder, and his nssistnnts in the ruins. Among the scholars most aeriously injured, arc n son of Mr. Ephraim Noyen, a son of Mr. Willinm Atwill, nnd n daughter of Mr. Asa Haskell. Noyes, it is feared will be crippled for life, if he enn possibly survive. SninM lis N'asiiu. —The lit-a.y slmw-er tvliiel. visitetl us on l-'iiilny In.l, seems lo have become n perfect storm by lite l...

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

MARRIAGES. In this city Rev. J. W. Parker. Mr Shepherd , Laughton, of Pittston, Maine, to Miss Isabella Hancock, of this city. In this city, 30th ult. by Rev. Joseph Parker, Charles Ingersoll, Esq., of Boston, to Miss Caroline A, A Sawyer. In Norwich, Ct. 13th inst. Mr. Amos Whitney, of Boston, to Miss Sophia W. Potter, of Providence, R. I.

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

DEATHS. In this city, 13th inst. Angeline, only daughter of George and Anveline Hovey, aged 10 months and 10 days. In this city, 6th ult. Mr. Alexander Baker, formerly of Dennis, aged 38 years. In Brighton, 16th inst., Mr. Stutely Burlingame , 67. In Newton, 14th inst. Stephen Goodbar, Esq. 73. In Watertown, 12th inst. Clement Sharp, Esq. 86. In Reading, 5th inst. Mr. Dudley Woodbridge, of Andover, 86, a revolutionary pensioner. In Hardwick, Vt. 6th inst. Mrs. Eunice Worcester, 76, relict of the late Rev. Leonard Worcester. In Ashfield, Vt. 3d inst. Hon. Elijah Payne, aged 83. He graduated at Yale College in 1859. In Detroit, Mich. 4th inst. Fisher Amea Reading, Esq. 23 one of the Editors of the Detroit Daily Advertiser. He was a native of Dover, Mass., and a graduate at Harvard University in the Class of 1833.

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

INTERNMENTS IN THE CAMBRIDGEPORT BURYING GROUND. Aug. 3, Ann F. D. Holden, 1 year 3 1/2 mos; Gifford Dudley, 6 yrs 1 1/2 ms; - 7th Neal Mugoon, 33 yrs; James H. Smith, i yr 4 mos; - 11th, William Bisbee, 4 mos 6 ds; - 12th, Helen V. Gay, 1 yr. 2 ms; - 13 ds., Anna M. Sproul, 1 1/2 ms; - 14th, Arianna Larned, 14 days; Francis Waves, 1 day; 13th, Augelme Hovey, 10 ms. 10 ds; - 16th, Helen Richardson. 4 ms; - 17th, Joseph Libby, 2 ms 10 ds.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

BRIGHTON MAItKKT, MONDAY. Auo. 17. (Reported lor the Daily Advertiser.! At Market, 425 Betf Ciiile, 100 Stores, 2000 SlKT|i,an'l 300 Swine. I'Rlca.l — Beef Cautt—W'e arl.anc* from List week* price. Jo corre.poitil to .ale. 1..-.lay—extra 3 75; fir.l nonlity 5 50; second 5 a S 25; lliird 350 Storr* —We mini Knk'fl. Shrrp— Old Sheep from I 75 lo 2 75; Lambs from 1 33 to 2 25. Swine —Old llnf-s 4. 4 1-4 and 4 1-2e.; Shonts, to peddle, 4 1-4 ami 4 l-2c. At mail from 4 1-2 to 6c. J . Krl-KHMi. Ntalier. -On And after next *-tMialb, Jnl> J*, varekly worship will l.<- In■].! ni trie usual hours, vii: ten uVlttck, A. M , and hall psst two n'cltrcWi I. M,, at rhtt Hall ol the Hopkins lllnsKical Setiotd House, Mnlii sircrt. The Rfv. A.II. Miif»i-> Ol ttliscitV, lint t.cen iuvilfil, and has consented lo oll.cia.lr. All persons diipost-d lo attend tins service, arc trance Hull, invind. Beats free to all The As* mw h'tion wliu have unit* _ lor the purpOM- ofrslali...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

WHIG BTATB CONVENTION. wCrT MS?* ■* atreby nvrii, lust a popular Cuuveullnn v V"f ' 1Ut ""> Of .slllaMiliUKlO, (Of Kir HOII.IIJ-li.i,. «.| c*l.. Jidal. - loi the oltM«. ol fiuveruor and tu-uu.-iimiii GuveruuT M WJ/SMSUSIWI r,)lh, Will l.« lir-lii «l fx ■ SL'IL il * LL. ill aOoaTW.Ui WLlJNfcrlOAY.llieidtjdiiyt-lOuyUiuiberijeit, alii u\ lock, AM. " " ' " The Y<, hid «,((he several cities sod town* in the Huie ure icy icttij to , boon delesMiv* >o tl.*l CouvrUlnm soysl lo tiiieo il mem Hif lnr»i»i ol rrprtMiiUli.ta, n< (lie i.iorrai loun to wiiid. ench city and lowu is. MS Uw, Twf.ii. not eatlllsd to a repre*eutalivv every year, are resjaostsd "Mvi iwooalHOto*, By otdtr ol the \\ big Nun Ccniral Coniinltlee w w ~ JUBLFJI BEIX, Cbairnisn. ft. W. Corfu. fSecreiary. «m KKCI' PERFECTLY COOL! TBIIKK LINEN COATrJ *1 :<5 to 1.15 m. mmtmker ou lMi*Em Heal Oosti v ttaasAssß Uaais, rjaiiu IfurOt.. tP l" i V liilltSlloii iVi.lch do do (OUtot....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

< HAKLES I.NUEIIsdLL, COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, Uanaw of Fleasam sua M.in rttrtei., < ( ambridarsM.ru S Oflirc llcurt slo lU, A. M., 5 lo 9, I\ M. Al», >«. 6 UU Suu ii.nw, «,»,, N, rce ,, UOtSTON. Tints i» MW<ll»ei snd Borfolk Couutk. aataMN t „ vr^ ''"* HUJ | J tttlllUK A. <Jl NIIIVG, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I'OKTEUW UUILUINU, "ill (.AMBSII'Or. WILLIAM liov'kl , Jr. REAL ESTATE AUEJVT, Ofllcf, Mwin Hrreel, VVwr.l it. * jell URTwEIHTtIHi | SURUEOJV DEATIST, ; Ke.iili'iir.' slid Or0c« Mslu B*aaaaj nearly opposite Tr;iiplc I ritrLtl, nur or J. 11. & J. I*. TliHtur'.paiul.liop, i <'Huiß>ri«l«ri>url. OI'KH VIIO.NH on Hit Tecth-Tretl! filli-il with Colli- I ' artiflcial Tiawi wi on ihe natural roots ami oniioiil!' I'liic. vi siiiHiior style—Teeih rltmi.nl, and childnn'. 1 ' Taatl initial, it—Teeth extracted with improved laatra* nn in., a / llr. W. prepare. Tooth I'owtler wliuli i» ttene....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

NOTICE! Strangers Visiting the City! ANO ALL OTHIiHrt IN WANT OK <i(K)l> Ready Made (Nothing! AHE imj.llK.STi'.D TO CALL AT TUB Q UIN C V HALL OLOTHZNG STORE, OVER QUINCY MARKET! The Large,! Clothing Etioblhhmtnt in the City ! ONK PHICEI oi'irad,' )„„!,","; n"!"' *~' *' "I'' 1 '" '»• r '''"i", mcs-li.nlc lis lli. i• r ~„, . .ST !',* 'T."," 1 "" > •<>« EeJI PKIUK i isi ii.. miii le oataiard ll.r by Hie moat experlaacad and •Hrrwd l.m.r -lnr none iliai |'AY Hill 1 IIEIK li.S>ll!S Will be.l ,„ved to I.M.EHSEI.I, UK w n OnJ llielm.e.t p.ue ajAaaaTKW-IIMI 1.AK1.1.bl BTOCK 11. Klecl rroin -*»>i<rieiuvil anil linlhlul eutteis ami workmen -ailenliv. Male.,nen aisl rlei as—am] ever, artiel. ol clotams.nmiit i-o.ir.c to nuiluim and siiperlSneJ lor » KeiiiKiiiiin'. araaaraaa. CUSTOM" WORK! Made np m llie l,e»t manner, ns rer.inla JMt, fit or work iiisu.liip •i««i«i.i.nl la mi-ana si nrfce. zi per caul, lea*...

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POETRY. A VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

POETRY. A VICTORY. BY R. E. B. MACLELAN. Tlw joy-bella posl a merry turn* Along the evening air ; The crackling bonh'tc* mm ihe sky All crimson w" 1, xi *' tr B ,;iro I Bold music tilled llie studied .treela With mirth-inspiring sound, The gaping cannon*., reddening lireaih Wakes thunder sliuota nround ; And thousand joyful voices cry, " Huzza t huzza ' ■ Victory !" A little girl flood at the dour, And with her kitten played— ..ess wild and iVolicksume than she, Thai rosy, prattling maid. Sudden her cheek turns ghuslly while; Her eye willi (afcf is filled, And nulling in pfctoqtfl she screutn*— « My brother Willies killed !" And thousand joyful voices cry, *' Huzza ! huzza I v Victory !" A modlff sat in thoughtful case, A knitting by I*o flr*. .Plying the needle** thrifty laid. Wilh hands thai never tire. BiH tore her few grey hairs aud shrieked ** My joy on earth ia tlonc ; O who will lay me in my gruvc i O, God ! my sou I my sun 1" Ami thousand joyful voices cry, "iliizza ! huzza ...

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MISCELLANY. THE SEAMSTRESS: OR, THE VALUE OF LABOR. PERILS OF BUFFALO HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

MISCELLANY. THE SEAMSTRESS: OR, THE VALUE OF LABOR. PERILS OF BUFFALO HUNTING. Mrs. T IM_ It'll » widow Willi several small i 'children, She could think of no w.iv nf getting 1] living for them hut hy her Mmfll ; nml as hlio was 1 MM *t!Wi>r, ahe hoped to get work, nnd earn food ami scant clothing tit hast. Shu applied losevernl, nnd was mi ill without the means of earning :i dollar, when her laatVHM wns spmjt. Just at this sad tuoinent the fuct of her destitution becoming uioru known, Mrs. T sent for her. After tho m acated, the following conversation ensues :— " Can you do plain sewing ?" " Yes, ina'uiu, as well ns mail persons." *' What is your price for fine shin* ?" "I hnv'nt Ml uny prim yet, hut I will work ns low as any one." t( But you know that to get work \ou will have to work a little lower th:in ordinary.** ** Well, tria'atn, I n.n iv waul, and I will work at almost any price." ** I suppose you will make line shiils for a ipiarler ?" " Yes, inn'nm." '* And cal...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 20 August 1846

City Ordinauces. [No. 17 ] CITY OF CAMIHUIH.FIn tin: year one thousand eight hundred and forlv-sia. AN ORHIXANCI., ' Tor tin* removal of nuisances, sources of tilth, nnd causes of sickness, within tho Cily 01 Cambridge. lie it ordained iy the City Council of the City of Cambridge, as follows : 1. The Mayor und Aldermen, for tin* time heI iiig, are hereby nppoiulcd anil constituted tho | Board of Health of the City of Cambridge, and I shall have power to carry into execution nil laws of j the Commonwealth and ordinances of tho City ! Council, made for llie preservntiotin of ihe health i of iho inhabitants ofaaid city. 2. V.very tenement in tin; city, nurd 00 n dwelling house, shall he furnished, wren il eon ho done Without unreasonable expense, with a sufficient drain lo carry off the waste water into a common sewer or reservoir, which drain and reservoir shall ho under ground, and no person shall sutler any waste or stagnant water to remain in tiny cellar or on any lot off land or v...

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