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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 September 1846

Abdonrlnal •upporters. NEW BNULANI) TRl'BB MANOKAtTrOtIY, hi' ... Tin, *S!r. -aid hi. r«al,n. « and iHa-Uin- ke a, In iheaame Iniildiui, lie can hnefli •' " a neat {' all M ih. ilini .lav in eve, lux. Ha ka« niiir., r.mui ami hell"' io"n«n , «'nee. , |orther»n. Iwallir- lt,»n »ni other p.r«» In il In lliincit, nr any utlt«T. Triawa. AY an -■ Alnlu.nli.nl Stliuiu. ten. ti.rPr.lalia • Lltrl, ■ ""Jff for Prulat.au. A..1 i *uap.l...iry 8a,., KliM I-a»■•»•'*, ll.nird.. Steeled Kl.in.ai Inr delurn.ed leeti 1 r,,..e. irnaairM .1...in nun,', nomas, and .ulellllnic. made In •"<■*" »• JV> a. new. llie .ul.»t;iliter li«v,„, wuru a Till.. JlaMaStar .lie 1.-t iwemyUve year., and Hue. .0 niauy lor Ik. MM lemeara Icel. iit.lilldclil In uel.H alile lv .till ail ISM* """ limy ionic In hlnl . ' , ~__„ i.i Cwive, Spiral Trim.-., Ur. tk... k, Tiua.»., fpnucr|y anld l.y llr. Ueeli I Trnaac. of ,nlvat,l.<d BialU lhal will not mat, Itavlnf wno-lci, a. d ntmier uaalal Iliad...

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

Natures' Grand Restorative. TOJ&SSS *fi* i*" 1 "" "**-*-■'••-'*■ -*..,. DVBPBI-MA OS lrtum-tSTS.N, ttIMIASCn t rvrn JAUNDICE. HIU-UtU. tIHOMC, SaatMSSJIJ ' LOUS Ol Al-rfc It lE. AaTtISA, UIU.IOU. Ulr! (-HI.XX.. WOMMe). NEHVOIIB I'PMI'I.MNT. lAIN IN TfrK»ll>K,Ul.t-.KI-IN-IATTIIE ' . HTi>H«<;..,.'(.l..*. AND (Milr-itm I>f J.OMIJtTANUIN'J.IIUAHISiENItB., aitoKTNKas or hkeatii. SEA aiCKNEUC, Ms «r_ J. U lIOI.MAN, rrnvrtatw, J*a. TU CanahlU, Hats— A. BBII>, A,nil lur I.in rWr«, t'.lambi, la.paaha SaSr.tal Street. This medicine is of a warming, cheering and invigorating nature, and is never known to weaken the patient; whereas it is well known many other Cathartics have directly an opposite tendency. It has a most powerful influence, exceedad by no other medecine, in removing NERVOUS COMPLAlNTS. llUlil«..»lil lo lak..aiid |n Its OMr.ii,',, aiu.li so, that I. nay b. aunilatst«r«, 10 it, umSr v,__* with .aloir. *-" I. la ia....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1846. NUMBER 20. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 17, 1846.

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A TALE OF VENICE: THE FIRE CHAMBER. Translated from the German for the Cambridge Chronicle PART SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

A TALE OF VENICE: THE FIRE CHAMBER. Translated from the German for the Cambridge Chronicle PART SECOND. The Duke de Morentali sat alone, in the secret council chamber. He leaned back, on the cushion* of his couch, wilh genuine Italian indolence. The lamps were burning, and in the focus of their light, within the circular railing, stood two halfclothed, muscular men, iv visors. Their calling might be easily guessed. " Bring the hound here," said the Duke ; nnd # the unfortunate gondolier Sj.enin/.i, loaded with heavy fetters, stood before his judge. "Ah I are you there ? Can you tell nic a few more entertaining stone*, about tho proud, unmerciful Duke Morentali ?" The prisoner, pale as a corpse, stammered out, " Gracious lord ! Gracious Duke V* ** 1 will hear one or two more of your stories," continued Morentali, in the same cold, ironic tone. "You are a skilful romancer, und should be tneounigetl. Now, shtimu on you, ihut you are not ready when called upon !" " Gracioua sir !— Hi -o...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

Wo will bare give n brief sketch of the Duke's format life, ao far aa is necessary to throw light on this true and failhfal history. In his oarly life, by ono easy step after snolhnr, bn ascended to tho rank he now possessed. Hia Novation, indeed, waa helped and completed by the sudden deaths, quickly succeeding each other, of tho hairs to the title, until he stood alone at the bead of the honae. Those event* did not occur without exciting suspicions ; but when tho golden roronet once encircled the brows of Morentali, all 1 ■'■.!.inn-inting tongues wero soon put to rest, either ''.V open or ssnret moans. after his elevation, be married a lady of |re*d beauty, aad the splendor of hia wedding foatu d furnished Venice wilh a theme for the next mouth. The young Dochaa. died in lesa lhan a year after ber marriage, and the widower remained ever after aingle. The akilful aae of bia great wealth, and well managed intriguing, crowned all hi. wishes with success, and Morentali became a member...

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BACHELORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

BACHELORS. As lone clouds in Autumn eves, As n life without its leaves. As n shirt without its sleevesSure are hurliclots. As a creature of another sphere, As things ihat have no Uis mess liere. As inconsistencies 'lis clear. Such are Ixichelors. When Is nn soul* in Uhled pmv#r«. As beings born for happier hours. As butterflies nn favored flowers. Such nre married men.

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SELECTED. From the Boston Daily ... MARY WHITE: OR THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

SELECTED. From the Boston Daily ... MARY WHITE: OR THE DEACON'S DAUGHTER. BY WILLIAM G. PARKHURST. CHAPTER 111. Joseph White used to aay that no man deserved to b« called a good farmer unless he took an agricultural paper. And he waa not one of those who preached without practising. He uaed to pay bis subscription regularly and in advance, and often declared thut tbe benefit and ft formation derived from Ihe paper amounted to ten times iv coat.— While-Tve would give our cordial aaaent to the opinion expraased by Farmer White. we may be permitted to suggest that there are some other papers which may be taken with equal profit. Verbum sat. One Saturday night, about six months after the departure of Randolph Munroe from our village, (of whom, by the way, Mary had heard nothing since he left,) Farmer White went down to the Post Office as usual, after his paper. Having received it, heaat and chatted awhile with his brother, and then started for home. When he had got ratber more than half...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

1-eBUHItHSD BTBBY TIIUHSOAV BY ANDREW REID, A, hi. offlce, comer of Mala .ml Maiasla. Hireel.. over ,h. More « Jowph A. Holme, at Co., CMlbrW,.porl. TERMS OF TUB CHRONICL.E. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Bub.crip.ions rewived for .ia monlhs. M- Single copie., four cant.. May be obtained at ilu. Uni.er.ity Bookstore, Cambridge j Mr. Work ~ .iid at ll» «H>ce, corner of Main and Mn|jatiiio streets, CAMBRIDOEI'ORT. M- Mr. Geoi.cu; Rofp l» our autlioriird ngent for EaatCainbriilga, and will ace lo the delivery of ll.r paper, ia that Ward ; ami will alio irumuci all Isisiness relative 1. llie Chronicle. Any peraon in llial section of ttie city wi.hing to subscribe or advertise, will (.le.M! call on liiin. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THK CHRONICLE. Adverti.ementa nol exceeding 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion, 0 50 Kach subsequent inaertion, 0 20 Hy ttie month, (four insertion,,) 1 0.1 rtn.ineaa Card., t year, 6 00 « •• 6 month., 350 " " 3 months, 200 Advertisement, exceeding 12...

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WHIGS OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

WHIGS OF CAMBRIDGE. QCf-You nre hereby requested to meet nl the (IT* IIALI., oo FRIDAY EVENING, Iftk lustaot, at hXlf-past 7 o'clock, for the purpose of choosing j Nine Delegates to attend the Statk Convkhtion, {to I»bald ut UosTON.oo WEDaxsuAY, 23.1 inst-; . Nina Delegates to attend the I>ibtrut Cosvrntion, tube held at Cohcokd, onTutMiAir, Oct. (i: 'nnd Nine Delegates to ntiend the County ConvertI tioh, to be held at Cowcoiu-, on TwasiiAV, Pat, 6. ' Also to consider the eupcdicncy of choosing » Citt Nominating Committee for the MWIM year, antl tv transact such oilier business as the welfdrc of the parly may require. tJ>-A full and punctual attendance is earnestly request e< I. Per order of the Whig City Committee. J A MEM ATWOOD, S.t'y. Cambridge, Sept. 14, 1846.

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WHIG STATE CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

WHIG STATE CONVENTION. XT Notice is hereby liven, Utst a popular Convention of I Wliif Cllbsas of -Msssaclniscus, for the uniti.it.tl,mi of etuiI JLliitts lor Ihe ollices of (it.verntir sad U.iKeiiniit llt.vernor 10l Mm C-oiiinionwenlih, will be held al Fvnbl'm. H*i.l, in I Dostum, on llie'.'3dtlsy ot rteptrmWr mxi, nl la nYUrt-k, A. M. j The Wbi«s of tin- several ritics sml towns In llie «.».•' sre | r.-tj ■K'.-xictl l« chtK-sc- tl.-luTnit'.i lo thai Cimveiiiloa «in«l lo j tlirte tjSMa His larjesl number of ssjpssssjMsstiSp I" (AM Central Court lo which each city mid lown is, by lawt ri) titled. Towns nol entitled lo a representative every year, are request, it m send iwo ilelcjalL-a*. Jlj order of the Whi| State Cenlrrt] Comniillce. JOSEPH DKLL, Chairman. N. W. Coffin, Secretary, an* 20

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WHIG CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

WHIG CONVENTION. In Boston and in various parts of Ihe Commonwealth, we are glad to see demonstrations thai the Whig party is alive to the interests of the Stale, and determined to do its duly in the approaching elections. Massachusetts has an arduous work to perform in order (o maintain the high ground she has assumed in opposition to the course of tho administration of the general government. She has some ground also lo redeem, w-luch may be lost past all remedy hy remissness nnd apathy. The increasing preponderance of the power well expressed hy the fresh-coined word stavocracy, demands the vigilance of the true conservatives of all parties in ihe free States. It is a mailer concerning which we should not rely on fitful nnd intermittent effort 9. It should be kept prominently in view. Tho irascible spirit of our Southern brethren which kindles into a flame whenever we touch upon the subject of slavery, should not indeed be imitated. It should be met with that dig- | nity, that de...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

QO-Tlw Mayor of CHinbridge nrknnWtedges fhs-'fe-ceipt of **.Ul.r»*tl, as the contritmtion of the Hecond Iliiptist Society, Ilev. Mr. I*evcreii*s, for the Nan- . tucket sulTerers ; which sum has been duly transmitted. This makes the whole contribution from Cambridge amount to $939-60, he* ides ekithing. QfJ- George Washington Warren, Esq. of Charlestown, declines bring run ns n candidate of the Native American party, for Senator in ihe County of Middlesex He says, in a communication published in the Hunker Hill Anroia, that believing "that the Whim party will bo steadfast to American principles, and will continue to noniionte capable nnd worthy men for the various public offices, I do most respectfully dcrlioe lo be run ns n candidate in opposition lo them,*' The lion. Loels H*Le«o, laic U S. Minister lo England, has accepted the Invitation of llie citisens of New York to partake with tl.rin of 1( puhlio dinner, and lie will name as early a day for ili.it purpose ns the state of his ...

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MR. M'LANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

MR. M'LANE. On Monday, the 7th inst., tbe New York Chamber of Commerce greeted Mr. Louis M'tane, ihe late Minister st the Court of St Jamas, by their committee, with the expression of grateful ncj knowledgments for ihe service he had rendered his | country during the negotiations concerning ihe I Oregon controversy. Tho preamble and resolution containing this expression of their sense of his (valuable labors, were presented by James Q, King, ihe president of thu board, with a few npI propriate remarks. Mr. Mime's reply, ns will be seen, contains a frank exposition of the views which ho entertained of the Oregon question before he accepted the mission, widely differing from those which the president has repeatedly declared in his public communications. Mr. M*l*ane says, " After ihe conventions of 1818 und 1828, he hnd always regarded the Oregon question as less dependent on the force of title thun upon tho principles of un equitable partition." "I utn persuaded," he says, " that the ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

From the Mobile Herald and Tribune, Qth inst. U. S. BRia-OF-W ARTRCXTON BURNT. if Officers und crew, with the exception of two Lieutenant* and nineteen men, taken prisoners by the Alex leans and marched to Tampico. By the arrival of the U. S. Revenue steamer Legare at New-Orlenns, from Vera Cruz, we nre in receipt of letters from our correspondents us late as ihe 291h ult. We have but lime previous to the closing'of ihe mail to publish the following letter: If. S. Squadron, off Point Antonio de Lizardo, ) August 291h, 184U \ The only event of importance which has transpired of lute, is the less of the U. S. brig Truxton, on the bar of Tux pan rivtr, about KID miles northward of Vera Cruz. The intelligence was brought to the Squadron on the 19th, by the St Mary's, thnt ship huvinif picked up one nf ihe Truxton's boats wilh Lieutenant Berrymuti on hoard. It nppears ihat dipt. Carpenler of 'be Truxlon, wishing to get his vessel near shore to protect his boats while obtaining provisions...

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MOVEMENTS Or GEN. SANTA ANA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

MOVEMENTS Or GEN. SANTA ANA. From the A*. 0. Bulletin, Extra, Sept. g. llie United States revenue cutter Legare arrived at the Southwest Pass on the 4th instant, f IOIU Vera Crui, whence aba sailed on the 29ih u1t,,,,,, The messenger bearing tho propositions of our m OV '_ ainmetit for a renewal of negotiations with mfnU co, hud reached Commodore Conner. Santa An, was received at Vera Cruz, with tolb ollicial ulll 'J private demonstrations of rejoicings. The subjoined extract of a letter from an intellj gent correspondent on board a U. 8. vessel of war dated off* Vera Craa, the 36th August, gi* et fj, particulars of the news : The ex President (Santa Ana,) arrived oil' h er on the 1 -t»tls instant, und entered Vera Cruz ou ih* same day ; he wns accompanied by his ludy a ,JJ daughter, and General Almonte ; ihe steamer t|, a . brought him was hoarded by an of lice r from the tit Mary's und his excellency a little disturbed by the visit, apprehending he might possibly be deiuined but t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

From St. Louis Repub. Sep. 8. News trom th r. Army or TUB Wkbt.—Mr. Clark lefi Bent's Port for home on (he fith of August (.en. Kearney left on the 3d ult. for Santa P«, ■ advance, wo presume, of the main body of his forces. They remained about five days at the fori.— The troops had lost about one hundred horses altogether, but were still in good spirits nnd willing to go abend. The company nf infantry reached lh<* Port Iwo days before the mounted troops : ihey had not lost a man on ihe way, and were in excellent health. The whole regiment, when he left, w*r* on half rations, and hud but few days provision* with lliem, The wagons taking supplies for them, were met some eight daya behind them. Mr. Clark's parly were much troubled by the Indians, and Ihey had to bo constantly on ihe alertOne mnn, it has already been slated, waa shot down in their encampment, nnd they, in turn, kill:ed three Indians. More Indians were on the plain* 1 thun had been seen for years, and they sh...

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Communicated for the Chronicle. THE SCHOOLS OF CAMBRIDGE-No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. THE SCHOOLS OF CAMBRIDGE-No. 2. X V Z. aaya, " The School Committee repre- „.,,, ihe committee of tlie City Council aa affirming „ their lata "port on aclioola and achool-hotiaea, '."that ihe taxee for public inalruction in Cambridge „,, oppreaaive and unrea*onnbly great.' " Thia .UtalSSSl, with iia quotation mark., convey, the jjea thnt the worda quoted are the exact worda of the School Comtnillee, which ia not ihe fact.— What the School Committee avid ia thia:—"All the argument* of much importunce wliich liove heen adduced for tlie atnulgnmntioii of schools, and for large aclioola taught hy a aingle niaater with female aaaiatanta, may be reduced lo oue, namely, ,he .aiitrT or ezptnu. While your committee thrall that the atrictt.l economy *hould bo obeerved con*i*tent wilh a thorough education of all the children in the cily. they are of the opinion that intelligence, virtue, piety and good manner., are of more value than dollare and centa. If thia p...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

Mr. Editor,—Pleiise correct one typographical error in yoar last. Instead of argumentum ad invidiorn, read argumentum sd invidiam, thut is, iv the last word, for o » say a «. I Chasm-- River EscA*ratE*T, No. 2J, I. O. or O. F.—This Encampment, located in Ward 2, was instituted at Friendship Hall, on the evening of Hept. Ist, by R.W.G.P. Itbamar W. Beard; G.B. William It. Jones, and acting Ci.J.W. John R. Mullin. After the institution, the following officers were elected and installed : William E. Parmentcr, C. P. Anson Rtirlingauie, 11. P. John U. Cook, H. W. Edward M. Livermore, J. W. Thomas J, Whiitemore, Kcrilie. Thomas J. I-eland, Treas. The Seal of the Encampment bears tlte following device : In the foreground is the Elm Tree in Old Cambridge, under which Washington first drew his sword when be took command of the nrmy, and under the tree, v lent, wilh Gen. Washington standing at ils door. Charles River np|t*ears in the bock ground, und near it is seen a portion 'if llie bouse ...

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