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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscription, received for six months. Single copies, four Cents. May be obtained at the Univeersity Bookstore, l.'si.ilirn!;;,- ; Mr. Wink's, <;«1..1»1.1i>rp0.l ; Mr. Gale., (uinlcr ll,e M.'111..di.l Church) Lasll.'ainbiiilge; Jordun it Wiley'., Uuslun; anil at the oflice, comer of Main and M.tgiuine .Heels, CA.MUItIDtiEI'ORT. TERMS Ol ADVKKTIKIXG 1* THE CIIUO.MCI.F.. Advertisements not txeee.ling 10 or 12 line,, Fir.t Insertion, t I, :/) Kaeh 5..1..,.|.ie..l inset lion, 0 20 111 ill!' 111011111, (f'.Ur illM'.liuilS,) 1 00 Business Cauls, 1 year, i} tut " '• 6 inonihs, :t |yj " " 3 months, 2 00 Advertisements excelling 12 lines charged in pto |i.i.,i.in A liberal discount lo Ibot* who ailveiiise by llie \ear. All Mercantile or Medical aiiierliseincuts insetted liccerdiag lo co.rira.l. COOK AND JOB PBI.VTIMV, 0f tVKBT UKSCIIIPTIO.V, NEATLY AND CORRECTLY EXECLTED, OS THE MOST linsuliuii: TERMS, AT THIS OI...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

Can't Be Beat THE GREAT funui TAILORING, O! TI'ITTI.VU, -ANDFURNISHING DKI'AIITMKM'S: "OAKHALL!" BOSTON. visited BY i rivA.os OF 80,000 PEOPLE: THE '."it'iiufe ■!.'""" F *'""• '■■"•■ *■■" *» .lew drops fom his mane,.., i^M»«ar»du»T»*i***»*l "OAKHALL," (lo I iv.li ..imble Kemli Made C oUli.i« mm !■ nri.uLhiVjLi ... ..le.let.flf ot Ihe,mm nf.er. J. flrvi dev.| !'J,!',. .ei.ile ripple- U| on loa «»uj-ji h |, Moi ih., l„,m,h w „-".." ' ' £j* '"■''•■» *«*> Uiefo.nt ol hw, ma* v «v<,.,„u iM ,,, „,-, n.i"u ptfotber, tu.i,| Ha doc* Ua«w»aa Lmbul ntu a tcm-!'.'-l U-H'U[\ 1.. lull- |i|, r..M .■,,,,. 2 ihe l:j-f, i, rM -,. wml >„„,, riulilajirteni inlu llic deep fmU u-iuw . hut indc^..dliwii ■ h.s.liifliHiH'l-iilniflniiluir. ««««■ Lj.nl A|.rn, 16).', wlwuUfcOftGS W.UafSONf look thu l.tl I. n Ma* nol nuiJiM.ncd ti.r oi iiiiii.iii;!! nn imfiVHliiril .STffi.'"> i T V. 1 !"-"" 1 * •» '«■*«' "'c altitude ot liiiiu.i.toi ..r (Ml 1.-1 iHeln.l (J o*l a i*f l...

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POETRY. LITTLE NELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

POETRY. LITTLE NELL. BY KATE CLEAVELAND. Ppi'.aa, wilh hreerrs cool uu.l any, Oiicacl 1 tile fall. : liver resiles., in,kinK merry, She willl link'li|» "I clieiry, l.i-.e.l llic 11..1.1S si'" could 11..1 manor, Vexed .bed •*• in'Bl.i speak nn hater— Uoglo'M. liinni'il(, plniiilg, dancing, ;,|,,, liiel'nll I.e. jnya ciiliaiicin;;.— J.',ill of Isibj-niiillnin.l glee, li iviia n juv'.u. si-ilu to ace Siveet Little Nell! Hummer cairn., thn green Earth', lover 1 Ripening llie tuhc.l clover— Mendingdnwii llie glillering. stumers — liieiiiliing on the bnl. iin.l notrere— Kivalliafi y.niiii;, lilcasani Ha. In i. metro*. h.dv.biy 1 rs.nallast insi-cls liiuiune.l a tea* Tlliougll llie blessed nlglll of June : And tlie maiden suns her »n.ig Through the ilavs to bright and long, ' Hear I. iulo Hell I Aimnnn mine I the lenvc. were Uttllng, Death the lillla one was calling ; Pule nn.l .im, she grow, and weakly, 11-.:.ri»g nil her pain. n. incckly, 'I'll,it to Ils she grew sllll .1. alei j As llie...

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THE JOURNEYMAN PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

THE JOURNEYMAN PRINTER. ■I lie I'.n.lcr, in lie. f0i1.., InsiaUcll. ll.c world. 11.. Mood Inert al ma al ihat shadow; hair. B, the awinging lamp dimly burahH] I All .ile.ii within, .live ibe clicking type, All without, .uveihu niglit watch turoiog ; An i heavenly echoed lit* .oleum sound, As ha slowly paced o'er ihe hvaaa ground. An I ,laik were llm uluniinii. so lately that shun,:, Willi ihe j.y of l.si.niv gleaming, And hearls til.l weie healing in sympathy then, Were n ..v li.i'ig n "'er iv th'ir dreaming : Vet the PlllSTKll slid vvtilke I ul his lonely post, As he .lowly gathered his mighty liubi. til 1 t'.ieie lav the merchnnl, nil pillowed in down, Au.l l,uil.iin". b. ifjlu hop** for tbe morrow, Nor dreamed lie lhal line ma) then wenving a vvniid I'h .1 wool I In ails' I" I'un leer and sorrow ; Vet ill- Puis l ill was lli.-ie in dial shadowy room. An I 1,.j set in Ins h.unevvuik dint rich niun'. doom ! I'll.- yon.< wife was sleeping, whom lately hail bound Tii'e lie...

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MISCELLANY. EVENING HOURS. MR. GRAWSON'S STORY. REJECTED LOVERS. HARVARD COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 May 1846

MISCELLANY. EVENING HOURS. MR. GRAWSON'S STORY. REJECTED LOVERS. HARVARD COLLEGE. ! ' " VrVrjaWg bow tha \siml hlow. thin evening, i nntl how eoid n i-. Thene hliitteniig nighu make ■ one prizo tho comforts of home ami ■ li ippj tiresitlp'. j !fow mnny ptmr VMOtaINN hive no coveiinif fori ili-ir baaoi to-night. ('.iroUue, 1 ' h t i • t I, "onghtj we nought to BO thiukful, very thanlJul r " Ainl the wind whistled a wilder tune, and aunt Hannah, J lulclmig her chair still nearer the fne, M il lo Nal the hetter to take up a Itttl-h she hid tlropp.'tl in 1 her tUrUlingg rlct.iie.l it was a .hcttllol [i.ne for poor nailois. " I'oor thing< ! " p.h.l sh', " ain't it a wonder they dout all perish? " "Iti* a mercy j , of ihe Lord/ K.iiJ old Mr. (.'rawson, "llillwe 1 h i\ ■ | liau-te lo rt!i"!ler us —food nml raiment, mul j fooiffitnd*. which every hotly hasn't got." " It'l is intleed," sinl I, " hut how little wn tliink of tt ** 11 " I oavar baai laa wind driflog no farionsly, h a...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1846. NUMBER 3. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1846.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.—The Magnetic Telegraph is causing great wonderment throughout the country amongst the rural population, of whom many anecdotes are told. We find the following in a country newspaper: Last week, we are informed, a young genius from a northern town, who had been disturbed in his agricultural retirement by the vague reports of the wonderful lightning despatch, walked into the railroad house in this village, and inquired when the "telegraph would be along." Some mischievous boys, seeing a chance for sport, gravely informed him that it was about time for it, but that he would have to look sharp to see it, it went so quick, assigned him a station on a wood pile, and directed him to fasten his eye along a direct line between two of the posts. Our philosopher obeyed instructions, and shivering in the wind for an hour or less, with his eyes strained on vacancy, and his head slowly revolving from "pole to pole," to the no small amusement of the by-standers. His paiience at...

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[WRITTEN FOR THE CHRONICLE.] CAPTURE AND RE-CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

[WRITTEN FOR THE CHRONICLE.] CAPTURE AND RE-CAPTURE. BY CAROLINE F. ORNE. How magnificent was the foliage of those grand old woods, with the light of a warm September sun shining on the dense masses of living green! From branch to branch of the spreading live oak, hung festoons of the soft gray moss, garlanding and adorning the strong and sturdy branches, like beauty lending grace to manhood. The magnolia towering to the height of a hundred feet, spread out its splendid leaves of a deep and glossy green, and from its opening crimson cones, suspended by delicate thread-like filaments hung its coral seeds, round as berries. Among the darker foliage glowed the scarlet berries of the dogwood, like gleaming fire. Hero nnd there stood a cluster of the graceful palmetto, with its straight tall stem, and its drooping fan-like leaves. Gay plumaged parrots flitted among tbe branches, and the mocking-bird filled the air with its sweet and varied and wonderful music. Through all this richness a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

A M»nng rrrnrluuan who h ~1 n>t learned In n.;in,ige the Eng'ish language » e:.i Io dine wilh a ■CttttcOHtn to whom he broepht v letter of inttoduc!!.;i The fin>l spoonful of soup binned his month. " .Miifoi '" e\,-!:iiiii-d h<\ " in dis Btt M IM 'I m next .1 iv he wklu.l to Older | . hi.'.ci, f.u his dinner, but could not recollect tie' DftlH-S, In Ins peiplcxitj he turned towards the window, r,:u\ hi-* eve caught siglit of a weather cock on M k*4j : mm .i.in.h. " Vat yen rail <f,il ?" «lid hn, poinlin». " Tint is a church lower," ansvveretl the master of ihe hotel. " Hen I \i-h \on hive lo roast yon thvrrh t.yrn lor my dinner." An English journal, speaking of insupportable things, mentions the following:—A disobedient domestic; a smoky house ; a sttumbling horse ; a Ioud-talking wife; a grumbling tooth-ache; an empty purse; a screaming child; an inquisitious neighbor opposite; a dull carving-knife; a silly companion for a walk; and above...

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HON. JOSIAH QUINCY'S REMARKS [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

HON. JOSIAH QUINCY'S REMARKS At the Dinner in Harvard Hall on the day of the Inauguration of Hon. Edward Everett as President of the University. We copy from the Boston Courier the remarks of Mr. Quincy, communicated by himself, because we are peculiarly desirous of preserving them in our columns, on account of the interesting history contained in them, relating to himself and his colleagues in the government of the University, rendered more interesting by the pleasant manner and familiar style in which the facts are recited. His letter prefixed to the remarks shows the purpose he had in view in furnishing them for publication, and add to their intrinsic value.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER: [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER: Your report of my remarks on Thursday, at the inanguration dinner, does great credit to its author. There were, however, omissions arid additions, under ihe circumstances, unavoidable. Those remarks were nut made with any thought of nnj other publicity llian lhat given hy iho place | and llie persons present But n inj K ere prepared (0 cxiircss Ihefeilingi, which I entertain towards vtj lUCCtuar, u:.d aim toward, tlie excellent men inlh ahum 1 hart ban otsoriuled in Ihe gur.ernrttnlof Ihe Unit-ersily ; and, if ihey are to be puUjsln-d at ail, I am naturally desirous lhat it may lie done with exactness, and in my own lan(Huge. 1 have, then Toio, mitten them out as fully as seemed lo me rrqutaiu), preserving tho tenor of expressions adapted, inclusively, l» a moment of festivity. 1 shall ho obliged, ii' ill this form, yoii give Ihem lo ihe public. " Kespe-llully, lour obedient servant. JOSIAII ULINCV. Ilosro.v, May 1, lSlfi.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

Mr. QUINCY expressed bin high sense ofthe many evidences of kindness und consideration ho had received, from Bret-idem Cverelt and other spcahers, on lhat day. Il«i saitl lhat it KM im-pomUd-B lodo fasti*-*) to his feelings by words— tlmt he was the first Biesident of Harvard who was ever permitted lo be present nt the inauguration of j his successor, lie bail no precedent to guide him, j but hoped il would not be deemed improper for j him lo express publicly bin congratulations on ihe event, to bin successor, to the friends of ihe Uni- ! vertstty, iiiul tfea whole people of the Coimnoni wealth ; accompanied b, the wish that his successor j might enjoy every happiness incident to hi. situation i and experience, as few us poesidle of ils troubles. As to myself, aaid Mr. Huinry, ' have but one ! train of tlumghi—-one series of expression to use jon Ihe occasion, (iratitude for the past—satisfaction, xvith the present ; joy at ihe future prospects ,of our rli ii>hed Cimerr-s...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, At his office, corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over the store of Mr. Joseph A. Holmes, 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, Cambridgeport: Mr. Gales, (under the methodist Church) East Cambridge; Jordan & Wiley's, Boston; and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT. TERMS Of ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisements 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 advertise-e-ments inserted according to contract. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NE...

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MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES. We quoted in our paper of Inst week n summary account of the President* message to Congress, rej latiiig to hostilities with Mexico. We have since ! examined will, care that part of the message which ! bear* immediately upon the fact sluted by the President, that " war exists," uad "exists by the act of Mexico." The President Ml that on the Itth of January instructions were issued to (Jen. Taylor I to occupy the left bank of the Del Norte, and adds I that from this quarter invasion was threatened. I Still further the General was instructed to übstn'm from oil ■SJISsWITS IQ» <>" the 28th of Msrch the army arrived nt As Del Norte, opposite ftbtftrnornfi. "The Mexican forces at Mulmnorns," •ays the President, " tissumed a belligerent otsilude, and on the 12lh of April Gen. Ampudia noliietl Gen. Taylor to break up his camp within wenty-four hours, and to retire beyond the Nueces ■iver, and in the event of his failure to comply with ht-...

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TEXAS AND HER PUBLIC LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

TEXAS AND HER PUBLIC LANDS. The subjoined resolution passed the Texas House of Representatives, in the lalter part of Month last. Joint Resolution declaring ihe exclusive right of the Stale uf Texas lo jurisdiction over the soil included within the limits (hereof: Resolved by the Legiahitur.- of ihe State of Texas, That the exclusive right nf jurisdiction over the soil included hi the limit! of the late Republic of Texas was acquired by tbe valor of the people {thereof, and was by them vested in the (internment ofthe Republic ; that such exclusive right is new vested in and belongs to the stale, -suhjeet to i such regulations end control ns the (.overniiient ! thereof may deem expedient to adopt j that we ro- ■ cognize no title in the Indian tribes resident will)in i the limits of llie slate to any portion of the soil I thereof; and that M recognise no right in the Go--1 vtrnment of the I'niled Stales to make any Irmly of Umht with the said Indian tribes without the consent of the (...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

PRIVATEERING.—Wednesday the 13th inst. on the motion of Mr. Berrien, in the Senate of the Uniteded States, the Committee on the Judiciary was instructed to inquire whether any, and if any, what legislation is accessary to give effect to the eleventh article of the treaty of the 27th October, 1795, between the United States and Spain. By this article of the treaty, concluded under the administration of George Washington, nnd negociated by Thomas Pinkney on the part of the United Stales, it was agreed that the citizens and subjects of their respective governments should not be permitted to fit out vessels with letters of Marque, under the penalty of being treated as pirartes. Among modem nations reputed to be civilized, all predatory acts on the high seas, not authorised by the government, are ranked among the highest felonies. But by a strange moral distinction, these same governments, in a state of war, often sanction the seizure of the private property af ib. ir enemies under anoth...

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GEORGE ASHMUN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

GEORGE ASHMUN. We huve a few word#*o say of Mr. Ashmun, ■ member of Congress from Massachusetts, and highly respected in the Commonwealth, which ho in Dart represents; but wilhout having reference lo ■ the merits of the subject matter which brought him j inlo cunllict wilh Mr. Ingersol. In the course of \ i Mr. Ashniun's severe (.liielures upon Mr. Inger- | sol, llie hitler, under powerful excitement tillered ] in nn unfmi>hed sentence—in which he paused abruptly—what was regarded as a threatened resort to , lhat mode of obtaining HattsJaclion, which in some ' purls of our eountrv is considered (o he embraced ; in ihe unwritten cede of the laws of honor; namely, ' ' personal combat, with deadly weapons. It \ A ti_,> - ' lhat Ihe statutes in most, if not in nil the coufeder- j i ated States, hiand those xvhn, in obedience to this! 1 law of honor, attempt lo inuider each other, as en- j ; miliars, mitt annex pi-iii-th-i.e-iiit to the ' principals anil accessories...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

Roston i, a tin School —The eeeond annuil meelin- of the Agonal inn uf the Alumni of the I.itiu S- hool was he'd on Wednesday ihe tSlh mst. in the. large hill of the School house. Since the last meeting, this line room Ins been apprnp. riately ornamented by 'Ins Asso-iition, wilh excellent copies from antiipie busts of classical authors. 11. A. Gould, Eeq., the President of the Association, was in the chair. The report of Mr. Unwell. tln> I.ilmtrian, cave n -"-ratifying statement nf the additions made doling Ihe |.ast year, to iho Library. The number of volumes now iv the Library is eight hundred aud fifty. These are almost all of cosily editions, and have been selected wilh llu: greatest care, The donation by Hun Martin Primmer of 143 volumes of l.einaire's classics, rind that by Joseph Coolidge, P.s(j. jof DftftOCl edilum of Greek Classics, now issuing from the Pans Press, with the large purchases of the Association, and valuable gifts from other friends, nearly complet...

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RIO GRANDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 May 1846

RIO GRANDE. We insert below a few extructs from a letter published iv the Boston Courier, written by M a highly intelligent und ejcellunt ollicer iv Ceueml Taylor's tinny , and received on the 11th of May instant, by a friend who resides iv tho vicinity of Hostou." It gives a more circumstantial descrip. tiou ofthe inarch of the army from Corpus Chriuli In ihe Rio Crande, nnd a clearer ueeounl of the position ol Iho ml verse armies on Iho opposite hanks of this river, than xvo have elsewhere seen. We are obliged, however, lo |i:ins over ihe description of the progress of the army, nnd ihe unavailing ihreals intended to deler the eommunder from leading his troops to ihe banks of tho Rio (fraud.-. Wo hegin tho account with iho arrival of tho army at this place of its destination, where " the river is only JiOO yards wide, aiul a ropo ferry communicates with the cily, within musket rang, of (ienerul Taylor's encampment." Camp on the left bank af the Rio Gran-lf, op. ] poaite Mciainoras...

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