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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
Captain Upton, Commander of a Boston and Liverpool Packet.—lt is refreshing to turn from the unfeeling and reckless language employed in describing the plans, glorying in the butcheries, and yearning for the future wholesale murders of national war, to acts of humanity belonging to that brotherhood of nations, which the reign of true Christianity would render universal. Captain Daniel P. Upton Of The packet Governor Davis, says the Atlas, on her passage home from Liverpool, Iast September, fell in with the wreck of the Glenview. The passengers and crew of the latter vessel - numbering twenty-four persons —had been lashed in the rigging of the wreck for two days; and, when thus fallen in with, were nearly exhausted from hunger and exposure. At considerable hazard, and with great intrepidity and skill, on the part of Capt. Upton, the persons on the wreck were rescued from their perilous situation. The sufferers were all saved. They were brought into this port—and they unanimously conc...
Municipal,-City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
Municipal,-City of Cambridge. TUESDAY, Sept. 1.—ln meeting of the Mayor and Aldermen— Petition of Caroline F. Orne and 13 other ladies, that a nuisance, to-wit, a manufactory of varnish near Pearl street, may be abated,—was read and Lid on the table. Petition of Welch &amp; Mann, for liberty to exhibit the "National Circus," at Cambridgeport, on the 12th day of September instant, —was read, and an order passed granting permission, on condition that the petitioners employ such a number of police officers as the City Marshal shall judge necessary. Petition of Samuel M. Frye and 31 others, that the engine house near the junction of Main and Windsor streets, may be removed to the rear of the lot on which said house stands, was read and referred to the committee on public property. Ordered, That the City Marshal be directed to notify Mr. Jonathan Burrage, that he is forbidden by this Board to continue the manufacture of varnish on or near Pearl street, in Ward 11. Daniel N. Wrigh...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
Improvements in Cambridge.—The spirit of improvement is apparently " coming o'er us," and our business men are beginning to feel that we do live in a city. The building adjoining the Cambridge Bank is being renovated, and will when finished, supply one of the " wants of the city," as we understand the upper story is to be fitted up as a hall for meetings, lectures, &amp;c. The lower story would make a good stand for a shoe or dry goods dealer. The "old meal store" of H. Davis &amp; Co. has been lately overhauled and renovated. The upper story has been neatly fitted up by the Rechabites of Charles River Tent, in which they hold their weekly meetings. In the basement is also a necessary appendage to a city— " bowling alleys." They are kept neat and orderly, by our friend Isaac, who has recently resigned his office of tooter to the city, thinking it too 'scaley' a business to be engaged in. [See advertisement.] There are sundry improvements in Ward One, which we should ...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
MARRIAGES. ln this city, 31st ult. by Rev. Thos. Whittemore, the Rev. J. L. Fletcher, pastor of the First Universalist Church in this city, to Miss Levisa Whittemore, oldest daughter of the officiating clergyman. In West Cambridge. 25th ult. by Rev. Mr. Stetson. Mr. William H, Kent, of Boston, to Miss Rebecca Prentiss, of West Cambridge.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
DEATHS. In this city, 1st inst, Mrs Nancy M. wife of A. M. Kendrick, and daughter of Capt. Dainel McKenzie, of New Bedford, 27 years 10 months. In this city, 28th ult. Mrs. Sarah W. Austin, 53, widow of the late Major Loring Austin. In Newton, 24th ult. Mrs. Abigail Fisk, 54.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
INTERNMENTS IN THE CAMBRIDGEPORT BURYING GROUND Aug. 26, Charles H. Eaton, 10 ms. 24 ds; Alice Madison, 4 ms; 27th, Mary S. Burns, 8 ms; 30th, Delia E Stafford, 11 1/2 ms. Whole number in August, 23 - Under one year 14 - from onerom one to five, 7 - over five, 4.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, Aug. 31. (Reported for the Daily Advertiser.] At Market. 2100 Cat lie, nlmtit one-tliir&lt;l of wliich were Stores, 3200 .Sheep, ami 1050 Swine. Several ho ml red Cattle unsold. / Pricks — Beef Cattle —A further reduction wni siit'tniiteri to. We quoit; extra 5 29; first quality I 75 a 5; lecoml 4 25 a 4 50; third 3 a 4. Sheep—OUl Sheep from 75c to 2 25; Lainlts from 1 33 to 2 17. MBBJf —Lota to neddle 3 1-4 and 3 l-2c for Sows, 4 1-4 a 4 l-2c for Barrows; one prime lot at 3 3-4 and 4 3-4c; Old Hogs 4. 4 1-4, 4 1-2 and 4 3-4c. At retail from 4 to 5 l-2c. WHIG STATE CONVENTION. jr Notice is herehrilven, that a popular Convention of W hit Ciiiwns ol Massac Musette, for the nomination of can. •lidates lot the vlhcea of Covrnior and Licntetmni Govenwa* ol the Cotnmmiwealih, will he held at VkWBVlt llsi.i., ia KoaT«a. on WI;I&gt;M.SUAY, the 23d dayof September next, at In o'clock, A M. The Whitts ul'lhe *4'veral cities and towns in the State are r...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
CLOTHING —for— FALL AND WINTER TRADE. T H l.rnßflf or " •* «■* Bileasi™ CLOTHINO E» TABITSIIMKNT, teiwrally known v ttie COMMERCIAL ARCADE, At No. 6o Couimerci.l Street, Boston, .re m.fclai taeir .rrsnieinenls k.blt, to hare Ike hrst snd niiKt E.ltu.i.e Htuk of CIOTIIINO .nd CI-OTHS for parrhucrs lo aekel Ironi, tbat can lw found ia Ike V nl'iu, and lliey Iru.t, with the ioim experieac of ibeir Biiilur I srliier, Mid ilirir rUrn.ive acquaintance wllfc Trull-, lo Srove to .1) who will uke Ih. trouhte to e.anime llieir 10. k. tnal Ike, nan, ..,. lne p.., siock of CLOTIIIMi to be found. All wko «re in „„,„ „f (he he,, „,|. of CI&gt;OTIIIN(i made lo oriler, will find our Block of Pirn Uo.iDs.verr war adapted to Hi, j, tasle, sad our Uullers unsiirpu.id iv Ih.lr line 'Ihelr Hlwk nf DILEII CLOTHING, for IUo.. eiuosr.l lo wel wt'sllit-r, i. probaltly Ihe must eiteuaive of aftr iv Ike couiitr,. UOVE, MTUNK At CO. sept, ~* NEW-ENGLAND STOVE WORKS, It*..*.* Calem Hireel, Ita^.w. *CREE...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
CAMBRIDGEPORT NURSERY. COLUMBIA STREET. SAMUEL POND. NURSERYMAN, ( SMl&gt;«U«r»*ri, Manna. H Art .£.r f" 1 * •. cao-co assortmrot ol FRUIT TREKS HHRtIUH. ROOTrt, aud VIfSEH. ** UII ■■■«-». Moons thrm are the best and iimmi approved kin,!* elf Apple, Ptar, Plum, Cherry, Peach. Aprirnt, Ctrasa Vines, Asparagus, Hhubarn, lv«r Hi... k,, Apple do, Plum do. Currant, tiooatbi r r &gt;, Ituspberrt, Ac. THEEti, of nn extra sue, always ou hand, and will be told lower than nt any other place la the tttaie. The Peon and Plumbs are all on the needling Doiiom, and not on the Peach, as moat of llioac sold iv DM vinuity ol Uu.iuii Order* left nt the Nursery will tie Oiled the succeeding day, carefully nacktd logo with safety to any part ol Ihecouulrv. Ai.ao-An extra fine lot of Dwarf Pear and Apple Tree*, *♦* Orders left wfth RtooLKa, Noiaaa * Mason, over tiuiuey Hall Market, will be promptly 4lleuded to. nnfM l in* NOTICE IS lIKUKIfI 7;iVK\, THAT llie subscriber has been duly appoi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
NOTICE! Strangers Visiting the City! and all omega in want oi sood Ready Made Clothing! ARE HKUIKrtTKI) TO UAI.L AT TIIK I QUIN C V HALL CLOTHING STORE, OVER QUINCY MARKET! The J.urge.t Clothing Establishment in the City ! oxKlTieicE: SVSH *!", 1M,K "I". •*!?&gt;'"»l.l.-Hi,rurnu-r,in, Aauta Hull 11.-. inn I.- iililHim-illiir liyl ii-iii, l , l , tlJ) .,. i .. 11 .. l . l . ~.,., ■.l.r.wil 1,„„, -|,„ , „ lh „ p' AY HMI TIIKIR tVlMlllrt v.llllH.slluwe.l lo lINIIKHHKI.I. IS. 11, ",,,?» II III," lllj'li,»iM linn- uiMS.MKMi 11,.- LARUI.UT H'KM'K In selert linlii e.peni'iirnl anil fullilnl Mm Bra nmklnrli - nti.-iiiiv, aaiasniauaarlojarfca ami evari article i.i elnrhllil.Mn.lii .-.M.rs.l In iiiriliuni lilld .H|icllUil,)l,ri;c..uri li,i h fniili'iiitiii. SauaMMi CUSTOM WORK! Made Up in the best Dimmer, as regards *tyle, fit or \v«.r* iiiMiixlnt' -guaranteed hvsesi-and ai pricesZs percent, lens lliau must ul i ti-.1(1(11 e n lni&gt;list|itiieniMHhiiii| town. A lIMB stock OF ...
POETRY. A GEM, FROM FANNY FORRESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
POETRY. A GEM, FROM FANNY FORRESTER. We extract, from the proof sheets of ALDERBROOK, now in press, by Ticknor &amp; Co., the following stanzas written to her mother, by Mrs Judson, previous to her voyage from this port, a few weeks ago.—[Boston Atlas. Give me my old seat, Mother, with my head upon thy knee; I've passed through many a changing scene, Since thus I sat by thee. 0 I h;i iv* look into thine ..}«■» — Thru meek, toll, bivittg H UI "fr'alls, like a gleam ut'holme**, Upon my heart, to-night. I've nut been long ftwuy, Mother; Few suns have roM ami *•* Since Ust the teawbop oa thy el*** My lips in MsBfl """''• Tii but a litile lime, 1 know, But very lung it humus Though every night 1 came M iliee. Dear Mottier, in my dream*. The worM haa kindly dealt, Moiher, By the chilil lliuu lov'sl so well; Thy prnyera have circled round her path; Ami 'twas their holy spell Which made that path m B*Bffc bright; Which itrewed the rose* there; Which gave the light, and caul tl-e Ini...
MISCELLANY. CHARITY REWARDED. – A FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
MISCELLANY. CHARITY REWARDED. - A FACT. B. was a native of Alsace ; and, on a journey he made to K----- , he married. He inhabited a small house without the gates of the town ; and his employment barely subsisted him, though he constantly worked for rich and respectable people in the city. He was a painter and gilder. Every evening he was accustomed to bring bread home with him for the family, from the prudence of his work. It happened, however, once, that he did not receive his money. Although God has expressly commanded, " that the sun shall not go down before the Iaborer receives his hire," yet the degenerate christian pays but little attention to the commands of his Maker. Very many, and clergyman amongst the number, are not even acquainted with all his written commands, more especially those of the Old Testament, notwithstanding Jesus Christ has absolutely declared it in Matthew 5: 18, that all shall be strictly observed, and that not a jot or tittle thereof shall fail. Now cou...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
City Government. GOVERNMENT AND OFFICERS or The CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. 1846-7. MAYOR, JAMES D. GREEN. ALDERMEN. SAMUEL BATCHELDER, EPHRAIM BUTTRICK, SAMUEL P. P. FAY, WILLIAM FISK, JOSEPH S. HASTINGS, CHARLES WOOD. COMMON COUNCIL, ISAAC LIVERMORE, President. Ward No. 1. Josiah Coolidge, Alex. H. Ramsay, Stephen T. Farwell, William Saunders, William L. Whitney. Ward No. 2. John C. Dodge, Walter R. Mason, Charles Everett, Isaac Melvin, Joseph A. Holmes, Aaron Rice, Isaac Livermore, John Sargent, Charles Valentine. Ward No. 3. Francis Draper, Lewis Hall, George W. Fifield, Thomas F. Norris, Enos Reed, A. P. Sherman. CITY CLERK, LUCIUS R. PAIGE. CLERK OF THE COMMON COUNCIL, CHARLES S. NEWELL. CITY MESSENGER, ROLAND LITCHFIELD, Jr. City Treasurer, ABEL W. BRUCE. Assessors. Ward I—Royal Morse. 2—Lucas R. Paige. 3—Samuel S. Green. Collector of Taxes, SAMUEL SLOCOMB. School Committee. The Mayor, ex officio. Ward I—John A. Albro, Daniel Austin. 2 —Joseph W. Parker, William A. Steams, Wm. W. Well...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
Fire Department. Chief Engineer, Samuel Sanders. Ist Assistant " Francis L. Chapman. 2d " " Lloyd Crossman. 3d " " J. Dana Hovey. 4th " " Ozias Clark. Auctioneers. Samuel S. Green, Frederic Manson, Royal Morse. Ward Officers. Ward I—Samuel P. P. Fay, Warden. George A. Cushing, Clerk. George W. Palmer, William A. Saunders, &gt; Inspectors. Jonas Wyeth, 2d, J Ward 2 —Lucius R. Paige, Warden. Thomas Whittemore, Jr., Clerk. Isaac Davis, 1 J. Dana Hovey, &gt; Inspectors. Samuel Sanders, J Ward .I—Abra'm P. Sherman, Warden. Franklin Hall, Clerk. William A. Hall, j Jonathan Wheeler, V Inspectors. William Wyman, J JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL. On Finance. The Mayor and Alderman Fay ; and Messrs. Sargent, Everett, Rice, Reed, and Sherman. On Accounts. Aldermen Hastings and Wood ; and Messrs. Whitney, Holmes and Draper. On Public Property. Aldermen Fay and Buttrick ; Messrs. Saunders, Sherman and Melvin. On Public Instruction. Aldermen Buttrick and Batchelder;...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 September 1846
Abdominal Bapportei*. NEW ENGLAND TRUSS MANUFACTORY JAMF.S FREDERICK lONTKR a, m M , manufacture all ihr vaflo*** approvtaTrailHßKß s7i old sianH, No. Mi W*.hliuj(on aireet, opposite No S4 ' trance la Temple Aveaue, Boston, where a* haVtw],," the laal ten year*—and hi* resilience and btiHneM ht-in* t ' in the same 1-uilJlni, be can tie see,, at MM tmXmKr. tlie Unit, day or evening. He haa mure room ajuj |,!,, t,; coineniencea for the Truss hualiira* than any "'herati asjuaasj hi II In this cily or an* other. »*«on A Leo-Abdominal Supporter* for Pn'lap*u* Uteri- r rtu fur Prolaj.su* Anl 1 Suspensory Uais, Kiir« (Ja** liT? I...*rt,s, receded Wiocs fttt deforioedfeel; Trusts? ttini S at one hour's notice, aud oftentimes made lo aa»w« r «, i 2, ■anew. The subscriber having worn a Trims him., if, l ihe Itwt Iweuly-Ave year*, and filled *0 many lor oJ 1 ' tea years, liela ct .undent In being able lo suit all «*-,.. .., may OHM to him. l&lt; lll "i &lt; onve\ Hii Ira I_Tr u...
ORIGINAL STORY. A TALE OF VENICE: THE FIRE CHAMBER. Translated from the German for the Cambridge Chronicle. PART FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846
ORIGINAL STORY. A TALE OF VENICE: THE FIRE CHAMBER. Translated from the German for the Cambridge Chronicle. PART FIRST. Venice ! at the sound of that name, the echo from a hundred mysterious histories strikes on the startled ear, —gondolas, masks, daggers, cowls, poison and sucks???, pass in frightful procession before the eye of fancy, bringing with them as they rise the memory of innumerable subtle intrigues and horrible catastrophies. But to our story. " True, my son, you speak well: tomorrow there will be feasting and music and dancing in that proud palace ; but the wings of the Lion--" and the aged Garrucio stopped suddenly and fixed his eyes on the white towers of the Morentali palace. "The Duke is a brave Lord. He is a father and benefactor to his people ; and I believe he is not without his social inclinations,—for often, while I have been steering his gondola, I have seen him cast glances at the dames and damsels, as if—" "Silence, my son, becomes a true servant, above all ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846
Lady Julia sat in her chamber, beside a marble table, covered with all the luxuries of the toilet, near which was placed a mirror of enormous size, set in a rich and elaborate frarne. A young maiden sat at the lady's feet, and accompanied the music of her guitar with a mournful, Oriental ballad, while another stood behind her chair. Each of those maidens, if seen alone, would have been considered beautiful ; but in the presence of the Lady Julia, no eye could dwell on any beauty but her's. High and proud was the snow-white forehead, and would have given the beholder the idea of a haughty temperament, but for the dark, soft, love speaking eyes below. Her long, black, shining hair, now loosened from restraint, hung around her glancing, white neck and shoulders, and almost touched the small foot, which rested on its velvet cushion. Suddenly the Lady Julia rested her arms on the table, hid her face on them and wept. And wherefore flow the tears of Julia Morentali ? Is it becuuse to-morr...