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SELECTED. From the Boston Daily ... MARY WHITE: OR THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

SELECTED. From the Boston Daily Whig. MARY WHITE: OR THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER. BY WILLIAM G. PARKHURST. CHAPTER 1. Mary White was the belle of the village. She was pretty ; but her beauty was not of that kind which could be analyzed. Other girls in the village might boast as fine hair, or as bright eyes ; but although there was nothing particularly remarkable in her featares individually, yet so well did they harmonize that the tout ensemble could not fail to attract attention and admiration. Her figure possessed that rounded fulness of contour which is so justly regarded as one of the chief embellishments of female beauty. Her countenance beamed with animation and intelligence ; but her voice—so low and musically sweet was it, soft as the gentle murmuring of an Aeolian harp, it seemed rather like some mellifluous cadence heard in dreams, some echo from the spirit land. Her father, the Deacon, kept the principal store in the village, which, like country stores usually. was an omnium ga...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

FtHIsIHUHD KV£AV Br ANDREW BrEIDs Al turn oloce, earner Of Main and Magarlne Htreais. over itM store of JoMtik A. tUimes *. Co., Uamerktaeport. TERM* or THB CHRONICXB. TWO DOLLARS t*EIl ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. MubacriptioiiK received for six month*. fr>- !Si'i.fle copies, four cents. May lie obtained ut the University Bookstore, Cambridge ; Mr. Wmk's, and si the office, corner of Main and Mrigagine streets, CAMBRIDtiEPOIrT, (0- Mr. (IroßuE Rerr Is our authorised agent for East Cuuiliri'lge, ami will ace In the delivery of ilte pa'ier-i in that Ward ; and will also transact all basinets relative to the Chronicle. Any |«*rawn in that section of the city wishing to sotweribe or advertise, will please call on him. ~ . . -£ • TERMtS OF A»veHTISING IN THE CIIRONICI.It. Advertisements not exceeding 10 ur 12 Hues, First Insertion, 0 50 Kach subsequent insertion, 0 20 Hy the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 Business Curds, 1 year, 6 00 " •• 4 months, 850 N " S months, 200 Advertisement* ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

FOREIGN.—By the arrival of the Brittania on Thursday Iast, we have intelligence from England to the 19th of August. The Potatoe crop, it is said, has failed generally. The blight or rot prevails every where, and this had its effect u|hki the grain autl rice markets. The wheal harvest wus not likely to yield more than nn average crop, nud SOOB ularm prevailed about tbe weather, but it was too soon to speculate tifioii the result. The State of the potaloe crop has already influenced J tlie price of grain. Yesterday, nt Liverpool, wheal advanced from Gil. to (M. per 70 Ilia., United Slates and Canadian flour 1-. (id. per brl, and Indian corn ; as. TO-IS per-IBU ins, over iik* nires ol Ihe previous; week. At these advances! prices considerable business waa effected. At Matk-lnnc, on Monday, the j new crop of wheat advanced from 2s. to 3s. pcrqunrtcr above iheprevious quotation*. The tluty on for-! eign wheat hns advnnccd to Ns. per (piaricr, und on ' oreign (lour to 4s. 9 3-4 d. per bar...

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Communicated for the Chronicle. THE SCHOOLS OF CAMBRIDGE-No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. THE SCHOOLS OF CAMBRIDGE-No. 1. We have rcail the commtinications of X- Y. Z., cotitainetl in the Chronicle of ihe 18th aud 20th of August, respecting iho late repoit of lhft Scho ° l Commillee, and aa our fellow citizens are now nnxious for in for unit ion on ihe whole suhjecl of school expenses und schools, we are of the opinion that these communications should not ho pnssed unnoticed. They appear lo have been penned under excitement, tint! therefore ollownnce should be mnde for ihe severity with which the School Committee, and especially tlio clericul ponioii of it, are handled. But before making comm-mta upon these productions, we wish to ask our anonymous friend, --whether lie does well lo be angry ?*' If the School Committee are mistaken on uny point, they will probably be happy to make correction ; and if X. Y. Z. hae fallen into error*, we charitably hope from him the Bame mnguammity. The best uro liable lo mistake*, as X. Y. Z. and tho author...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

Nantuckkt gu»rjcßK»a.--Jl Card fl town of Nantucket, iv town meeting assembled by their resolution, charged tho andcrsigped with'th duty of expressing to iho several towns, cjii t , ' palatums, societies and associations, nndn. BO ,_ • dividuals 'ollectively and separately, who hay nobly and generously contributed for the relief Jr ibeii■ suffering fellow eitiaeo* on Uwoccasioa ofUj. late disastrous fire, their grateful sense of the rel.-r afforded, «>r letter after letter waa road, aboaaeW with sympathy and benevolence. *» In performing this duty, it is difficult to find i. n gunge th.it will give full utterance to, the ■We 11,,,,! emolionn of grntitnde and of deep feeling that tHj r vided the entire assembly. Bountifully h«y e y OB responded lo our appeal, and in tbe name of QUr common humanity we thank you; in the uame of the houseless Widow, tho nuked and hungry children, we ihaiik you; and the silent tear of gnti. lude, which moistened the cheek of hclplen old nge, w...

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Municipal,—City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

Municipal,—City of Cambridge. Tuesoat, Sept. B.—ln meeting of tho Mayor aD d Aldermen— The moDlhly report* of the City Marshal "d !>•*'■- w Marshal Litchfield, wer* read aud accepted. Th* Board of Engineer* presented a code of Rules and Regulations, which were approved. petition ol J. M. St. Ciair for lenve to lay lead pipe through a portion of Stale street; referred to Alder-,,-an Wood, with full power. Samuel F. Pickering gave notice of an intention lo build oo Windsor street. Isaac Hyde gave notice of an intention to build near Brighton Bridge, in Ward 1. Petition of H. M Chamberlain and IS ethers, that Brighton street, between Williams sireet and Harrison avenue, nay be graded; was referred to the Mayor and Aldermen Wood ami Fisk. The commillee on public property, to whom was referred Ih* eonununication from the overseers of the poor, relative to the erection of a building on the cily** land, to serve us a wood shed and for other purposes, submitted a report, reconime...

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COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

COMMON COUNCIL. Tlir. Council concurred in the nincinhin-iifs mule hy tli!' Hoar,) of Aldermen, in the ordinance n-r-j>ei;tiiig itlr>rirs ofc rt.iin city oftiteis, Mr. John , Hodge inlro.lnced ail older aul In.rising tiie eomtoiliee on public prufierty to purchase land, aud erect a trhooUhoii**-, forthwith, fur the accoinmod.itiau of the D.ilis, Hill school. The order passed, and was sent up for concurrence. Tin- ('oiiiii it, after some other hutincas, djoitrmd wtal Taatunlny evening, 22<t inst.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

SAn.Arnnrnt.— Mr. Wiljiam Merri.-im, son of Mr. Win. X. Mornani of this town, met with a shorking nccidmit nt Messrs. J. Rnxst-1 & Cot Cutlery Kslabtiahineht, on Monday of Inst week, whicli resulted in his death. He was engaged in L', inding on (he lower floor, when the butt tv his stone slipped *fTthn drum, nnd for (Ih; parpotc of replacing it lie stepped ia over the coupling of two drums, when his foot slipped in between one of iho drums and the coupling, and w..a drawn into a ipaoa of nn inch nnd _ Nth*- nnd shockingly mniigled from the foot to near the knee. The uncle was completely destroyed and the lame of the leg t raped bar* of the flesh anil muscles. Tho nmrlnnery was immediately stopped, but it was about twenty jninutea before he could be released, ns the drool haid tn be taken out. Ilia lug wus iiiimediat.tiv atnputnled just below the knee, by Doctors I ■-.■in of this town and Williams of Deerfiehl, but ihr shuck given tn (he system was so great, (bnt it Q*vaf...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

POLICE REPORT. Leri C. Te«l waa prosecuted before fleorge W, Ueennore, Esq., upon complaint of the Cily Marshal, for a breach of the ordinance for ihe r*«oral of nuisances. Fined 85.00 and costs. Appealed. E. Buttrick, Esq. appeared for ihe defendant. James C. Devlin, a stronger, was brought before the sain* magis'raie, as a common vagabond and idle and disorderly person, and committed to thu House of Correction for two luootlw. Deputy Marshal Jones of Ward 3, entered I complaint against Waller Welsh for violating the law, by telling liquor on Ilie Sabbath. Justice Marrett fined him #20.00 and cosis. Peter Dougherty was fined $1.00 and costs, for an assault upon James More. James More was alto brought before Justice Marrett, lor an assault upon the person of the aforesaid Dougherty, but was discharged. Jumcri Lountlerkin was sent In Capt. Watson's, for being a common drunkard, —there to stay 30 days. Dennis Cregiu, for being disorderly ami noisy, was fined 60 cents and costs.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

Sweet Potatoes.—"Have they come ?"— M Yes." " Who hns gnt them ?" " Our neighbors, J, A. Holmes & Co. sent us a specimen of some they liave just received. We tried their. qn.'liiies, yesterday, and in connection with the little chroniclers, we pronounced them ' good ' — ' real Virginity.' Try ihem?" ** Veth, tua'm." The Circus.—Welch & Mann's Company will perform here on .Saturday next. Pickles.—Housekeepers are now about putting down their pickles, for the season. Those in want of a good article of pure Cider Vinegar can be accommodated at J. A. Holmes & Co's. Hot Wkatiif.k.—The weather for the lust few iluya h.m IMB holier than has Iwen known here at the name i-eiisi.it of the year for an indefinite length of time. Voi -cloven days, August 29 to September 8, the tlu'iinnuieti'i' r<>*e every day above 80 degrees, and on iieh of tin four lust days t* 90, und on the last day In ill c ; M -I .hiring th.: whole iieriod it did no...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

J L .. -. -L..J BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, Sept. 7. (Repotted (or tii« Dally Advertiser.) At Market, 2300 Cuttle, about 1800 of which were Stores, 4800 Sheep, and 1350 Swine. Several hundred Cattle of Beef mid Stores, and ..boot 2000 Slieep remain unsold. Prices— UteJ Cattle —A lew very civ.ice Cattle were at market, and we ijuote rx.ti« $5 25 a 6 50; first quality $4 75 a 5; twcond $4 25 a 4 50; third £.1 a 4. Store* —A largo nuiiil«tr iiiutold—we <piote two year Old MO 14) thieeyear old §16 » 24Sheep— Dull— Old Slieep from 1 50 lo 2 17, and < I.;inihil from 75 to $2. Suite —Lots to peddU) 3 1-4 mid 3 1 2c for Sows, 4 1-4 a 4 I-2c for Hum.ms ; one ordinary lot al 3 J und 4; Old Ilofta 3 1-2, 4. 4 1-4 and 4 1-2. At re- ' mil from 4 to 5 I-2c. ICP Agents Wanted—For the Chronicle. | in all the towns in Middlesex, and " eluuhere." i i WHIG STATU CONVENTION. j nrr* Notice la herr-liy rtlv-en, that a popular Convention of ' Wliif Clllieu* H'MitMUirliiiscUs, lor tin* n...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

—^rr^ — ('HARLEM IM.KKN(»I,U CJOUKSEU.OK ANp ATTORNEY AT LAW, Qeaaaf of Pleasant and Main Btreeta, < « ssslsrisftatr *j*s*r U Office Hours Bio 10, A. M 5t09. P. M t Ala*, So, ft ()U ButTe Hssk, BSwtc Barret, BOSTON. TITLS* hi Mhl.jji-4* » and Bnlfull. Counties careful)* invea- , ________ 'a** «"I D i is so LVkn t^~6ti c; k," " j T l __.. l _*_l merlbn "I die CT-fll— ot ORPHFI H. | HOI.MI.H. , lf rawil»rid"e, ill the County of Mi-ldlrstx. , •*" iMs.-lv.-i.i ~i.t„r, will be lieU at iho t'mbnie ortke in . i siudl .u.i.T1.1-, , ~„ MONOW, Hie OthtJay i.l Sr.-tenil.-r i msianl, at ,n ~\-|,K k. \ M., al which mt-etiuf creditor- I arheluws s*i akosswueaeii their drhu will be allow**! la j i iiiove llie b-iine ; and ike Assume wili render Ilia .auULI, •ad an order .a disirtbuiloii wi'l be maile. I ~ ... _ TliOM.Vri J. ttLKNbV, A".-i*iiee. Caiiibri.lt,-, fV t ,t. |. law. ( KOTIclTli HKKKBV GIV-CX, ' THAT ibr sul'stTiber has been duly aut»oii,t<d Adiuinis- ■ iraiorit, iim...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

CL,OTIIIJVO FOB " FALL AND WINTER TRADE. T H th * F ", r« cumiD« EH- -**• TABLIsHB-NT, genet ..lis kuowu -,* ihe COMMfc-.Ri.--I -I. ARCADE. At No. OO Commercial Siren, Boston, are making their arrange!..* -uta asei v. iv hu*e 'tietw ~t in.l uiost Extensive Slock ot CLOTHING snd lMt|ltVl«r purchasers tv aelrct from, that ran be It.nnd in Hie li i, u and they trust. With Ihe lon* experience of iheir X. ~i,,r I artntr, and Iheir extensive aa.uaiiilHi.ce *\nli l'nt.l, t <- prove to all who will lake the Iruutile to examine their ■MB. thai they rcalli have the heat Stuck m CLuTIIING tv be found All who are in want id* the beat style of CLOTHING made to i-nkr. will Hnd our Stock of Fiw _ Goods every waysuiapied tv Iheir taste, aud our Cutlcra uuaurpMMd in ilo ir line Their Block of OILED CLOTHING, ft* thro exposed to wet weather, is probably the moat extrusive of .01 _ m thecountry. GOVE, HTO.N E ol CO. awpt i Im CAMBKIDGEI'ORT NURSERY. COLUMBIA MTREET. SAMUEi. POND, VRBERYRr\N...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

NOTICE! Strangers Visiting the City! AMI. ALL OTHERS IN WANT OK 1.0011 Ready Made Clothing! ARE HK(II'ESTKI) TO CALL AT TUB QUINOY HALL CLOTHING STORE. OVER QUINCY MARKET! The Largetl Clothing Eitabluhment in the City .' ON E PKICF.! _rt!Siy/_"* :, ¥ D _r''*i- r °' m -'' , -"'.» fa ™i"-nia'-ii«nir dial llir. mil br ul.lniiirdlnrbyllii-iiii.ii.p.rininil a ' ahrrwd l.iiTrr lor m.nr lhal PAY llm IHKIU OOOIM will la-alluwnl in UN I.KltSlil.l. t:s. Hi., ii! *.''.,_ iliiluur.i prn-r 01 aa.aTtan-ilii- I.AlHit.wl' nriiiKii. ai-lrrl In.in , \|hh. i.ml and lailliliil run. i. in ,! _i,r„n:_;i ni1.u1... .alraiarll iikl d. li..- ami it,rty arlirln (4 cli.lliiiis.flri.tn rimrar In iiKdium al.l swa,rta,Jl(uis»all li.r a erutklumi-a narilnilir. CUSTOM WORK! , Made im in the best manlier, as retards My!.', fit or wot k iiiauship- (l i_iriiiittnl to suit and at prices v. iKrteut. Its* Ulan most of citatum estitliltslitiieitis about town. A LUtGR STOCK OF Thin Coals, Pants and Yosts! which will l«- ao...

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POETRY. THE GLAD RETREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

POETRY. THE GLAD RETREAT. Beneath an ehn, a green old «un, I raised » rustic sent ; The bows low drooping o'er '"J B*sl, The given gnus a. my fee. J The sparkling streamlet dancing by. With voice so clear und sweet ; The nir-.|iiile'. low uml iimuinl'ul sight— Oil I 'twas a glad retreat ! And often a. the dewy moiii, Just as the .eil'iiing ray tihot from the ilianui ol the sun, Betokened ciHaing day ; I'd hie ma lo uiy gh.il relrenl, To lhal old elm IM stray— And by (ha. luw and bumble seat, I'd kneel me down ;n"l prat. And a. tbe sultry hour of noun, I'd seek its ciHiliug slmilc, And listen to the '<>vni.s anuuil Tlie liltle .tit'ainli-t Innil,. ; Ami wu.cb .he laigh. bints glowing ilir..u_h The brant-lie., <d.l uml young. Ami won.lered, H they sail) flew, What »»« <hv »o»lj I'" J """i!Bui li.ne has passed, lluwe days are R.iue,— Ay '. ..wire—knit years have lied '. An.l lying o'er the liltle Immk, A withered irunk I deml. Ba. Memory ofte...

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MISCELLANY. THE FREEMASON ON BOARD SHIP; OR, EXPOSING THE SIGN. A ... STREAM FOR ME. Jen de Mot. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

MISCELLANY. THE FREEMASON ON BOARD SHIP; OR, EXPOSING THE SIGN. A LIMPID STREAM FOR ME. Jen de Mot. The second day after our return to Spithead, I was sent on shore in the cutter to bring off a youngster who was to join the ship; he had never been to sea before; his name was Green, and he was as green as a gooseberry. I took a dislike to him the moment that I saw him, because he had a hooked nose, and very small ferretty eyes. As we were pulling on board, he asked me a great many questions of all kinds, particularly about the captain and other officers, and to amse myself and the boat's crew, I exercised my peculiar genius for invention. At last, after I had given a character of the first lieutenant, which made him appear a sort of marine ogre, he asked how it was I got on with him: "O very well," replied I; " but I'm a freemason, and so is he; and he's never severe with a brother mason." "But how did he know you were a mason?" "I made the sign to him the very first time that he beg...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

City Ordinances. (No. 18 J CITY OK CAtVIURinfiK. In the year one ifcaNeM eight hundred unit fort)-six. AS ORDINANCF-, In addition to "An Orrltnance rein ting to ihe Assessment nnd Collection of Taxi's." Be it ordained by the City Council of'the City of Cambridge, as follow* : The sixth section of " An Ordinance relating !n the tiHsessment and collection of Taxes," pasted on ihe fourteenth day of July, eighteen hundred and forty-six, he and ihe same in hereby repealed. Is Connor 6u«acn., Aug. 13, 1546. Passed In lie nrdnine.l. CHAHUDI KVEKKTT, President pro teni. In Board or At.nraMi.rJ, Aug. 18, 1846. I'assed lv lie ord-iioeil. JAME-J I). GREEN, Mayor. A true copy. Attest : Lucius R, Paige, City Cletk. [No. 19 1 CITY OF PANUHWA In the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-six. AN ORDINANCE, Establishing the office of Super inttiiilt-nt of Streets, and prescribing his duties. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Cambridge, a* follow* : 1. 'Ihere shall be chosen, at t...

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