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MISCELLANY. MONTEREY. MISS BEECHER'S ADDRESS. THE SUMMER'S GONE. SONG OF THE FREE. THE MINIATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

MISCELLANY. MONTEREY. MISS BEECHER'S ADDRESS. THE SUMMER'S GONE. SONG OF THE FREE. THE MINIATURE. As ihe army of occupation has commenced Mh advance upon tlie inlorinr of Me\ico, h$ passing the Rio Grande up nn high ns Cmnargn, belli hv land and water, nnd iih thin will he tho plan; where a permanent depot will he established, and from which the advancing army will leave the li in Grande when it taken up ils general march upon Monterey, il will nuturally hold a conspicuous place intheoslimalion of tins American people. CURBlft is -situated iiniiietli.ilt'ty upon llie haul-.-* of the San Juan river, three mile,-- from it** junction with ihe Uiu Grande. Il is a small, rudely constructed villoge, with some few stone buildings, ninny built of mud bricks dried ill the sun, aotiH) constructed hy driving stakes inlo the ground, and then plastering ihem wilh mud, ami oilier* formed of MUM and plastered iv like manner. The numher of inhabitant- will nol exceed iwo thousand ; hut as ihe Mexic...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

Fl, INN M_ fI.A H N K.I.S. SIIVKKII nml I'.niiilrv Flmn.t'K in.l rcetivril anil liir snlr iem, !„ f. A. A 11. I. II \MM Ml. n -'■ W 1)111,1.KN SIIIKS AM) lAII.VS ry. "", ,1 ,11,1 for (OW .sis Ll FA.AO. f. II \MMATT, Mtiiti mrril. n Ir. ilunr. Faal ol .Nurllill. alr.rl. ■**. TRANSPARENT WINDOW VI RTAIXS. Ft'HTrrriivi-il ami Oil aula linv.nl WILLIAM 11. tIAN ILLS', CilK.rsini:, iiiirni r ul Mnin mul Mn,n7.uii' slroi la, I'liiiilirl.la.'iiiirl. tf-j. IK Ifll.l ID KXI-KAt'T VAI.KRIAN, "ti.allr.l'a ' Curiliitl, Mnnre'a F.aai-ncc nl Lift', l'lilitiuiuirv Hnlaniu, F.ll.ii i,l lliiiiltii, Hiuiila'rtnranliiirtlln, rtllrrinnn'. Lun-ugi-a, llnllrv'a I'niii .AlriutiT, MiAli.lcr'a Kalvr, mul n .tin ml ,■..„,„„ ul ..I I'lil-I L.Mt MF.l>|ll.NF.l».--For aiilc l.y lIF.NKY TMAV KR, Aliiillurnry, tloii.la.H- l.l,„-k, Mnin .licet, Wnril 2. _*_ *r_| .TlT_<Tku's" S A I.V X- For anli' liy CIIAKI.KS ivE A. lIHNK *DO , Mnin alni I. ______ rMii.i'.»<ni.'.i> and coi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

Abdominal Supporters. NEW ENGLAND TRUSS MANUKACTORY, IMss, Msinn. llw last ic. >.«".:»..J ;••"• J ,r,:,i", it li' "nenH'all ol In tilts .sine Inillilln,, he v «" »*' " rlH _ , U iJ laaller SiW&fiffi'-S-. GWr = -'"'""" "" r '°" ''Tr I M.:;tt:..su l ,'.nr^ _j_»ta.ui^ .1 one lioor'. ii.itlco. .nil nllriitniirs ni«e> msnsy srj .win a. new. Tlie aul.scrll.er liavm, worn s 1ri»» Inn J "I" lliel«-llwelil,-nv«»esr., sail Unci M'• ■"> '.•''"*f. X let! )csr«, lecla collllilclil 111 being lilils lo sail sll loans Uml Tftra aSrSISr-m, Ur. 111..... t"__h _***-«*!l«_ liv tr l.cc ; "ftussei ol'.slvi.nlml melsl llisl will not Huliil.ll'a it..; Mill I,'a Hull [■«*__ "teS2___ .mil rlockcli talu rinitii'. usitisl I'reaeli ifu_ S__¥y._* iliti- I alnille, 81.• lie's Tresses I »'•";, T . '"-'. ■ n„_ ilrcn. ol nil aires. .Mar.li. Truss! Ur. HullV ill.; ■ '""'''V a,,„'» l!,'l"lii.| ilo. soil lite Shakers*Hiieklm 1*"—•». nis) '"« , ii'is.-V:'i(i'\l" l ' ! i _m:h'...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

II ll ___■■ Nature's Grand Restorative, TIIIH Vrjrtslils Mwliclne .laud. uuriv*U«l hk Ui. _ lowlii, OoiiiyMnu, vis. i UM **!■ UVHI'KI'HIA OR .ND.aE*nON. DMSABKB |, IVf , JAUNDU X. UILMOUn COLIC, (JOSTIVENL'Sn I.IWH OF AI'I'KTITK. ASTHMA, lI.U.IOUH Ins ' OHIIERK, WOHMrI. N XX Villa COMPI.AINTH I'AIN IN TUB BIUK, •___!_ AT TH t ' STOMACH,COLUUANU COUUIIr, OK LONG HTANIIINO, lIOAIIBKNKHri, HHORTNEMI or BREATH, HEA MICKNEBM, _c.c. 1. 11. HOI.MAN, rroprielor. No. TO < orahlll. Bonloa. A. HKlll, Almil lur Csml.rliltr, Co.uiublu (vvini.fi. Muflfolk) Hirer.. Tills Medicine 1. ill's wsriiiiu,, ctierrlnr. nml niaig,,,,, iiiitiirt', sii'l i. never known lv wrttlirii ihu iintlrnt; wi,,/"' It la well kniivvii many ollu-r Csllißrlli-a litivr __g, ,„ ft " uimlls lenilelicy. Il lis. n liiu.l pnwrrllil Inlluenee, n ,° f '' nl loin, oilier medicine, iv ra.nii.viii, NERVOUS COU I'I.AINTrI. ll Is ulrssalil lv Mils, SO* In 11. „|i t r.l|„i| , iiiilili SO, tliiil II limy bu oilniliilalrnd In t...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1846 NUMBER 22. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 1, 1846.

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SELECTED. From the Columbian Magazine for October. THE CASTILIAN PRINCESS. A Tradition of Spanish History. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

SELECTED. From the Columbian Magazine for October. THE CASTILIAN PRINCESS. A Tradition of Spanish History. BY MRS. E. F. ELLETT. LOO. Iletc Is a wonder, it you tnlk pfa w-tauirr. Una. Am! mo It is; 1 womlt-r wlmi it bears, I'KT. Mnrrv, pence it l.otfos, nnil Rave, uiitl tjulrt life, An awful rule, ruul Hflit mimh-hh.-v , And, v. be shun, what nut, ti.ni'- sweat and hnppy. Taming <>J (Hr Shrew. CHAPTER I. In one of tbe apartments of the palace of tbe Castilinn monarch, sumptuously furnished according to the taste or a magnificent though barbarous ago, a young girl, about sixteen years old, was reclining in a large cushioned chair surrounded hy several attendants. Her beauty, though yet undeveloped into perfect maturity, was of a most rare and surpassing order. Her figure wns above the ordinary, yet so exquisitely moulded that its symmetry wae absolutely faultless, and the grace of every movement would have inspired lhe coldest critic with admiration. Her rounded...

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

ft BI.ISHKD EVKRY THUHkUAY BY ANDREW REID, Al his oillce, corner of Msfn and Magailnr Slreels, over the siore of Joseph A. Holme* & Co., Cam bridge port. TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for six months. (0- Single copies, four cents. May lie obtained at ilie University Hookstore, Cambridge ; Mr. Work's, and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, CAMIiUIDtiEI'ORT. ftf- Mr. (icoROK Rupp Is our authorized agent fir East Cambridge, and will see to llie delivery of the papers in that Ward ; and will also trammel all iKisiriese relative lo tbe Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to subscribe ur udvert!sO| will please cull on hint.

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WHIG STATE CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

WHIG STATE CONVENTION. 'I'll,, meeting of tin. Whig Convention look place al I'uneuil Hull, on lb* 2'M ult., ar.nrjiiig lo ptevious notice, i,n,l wus fully iiiii'iidi'il. The lion. Chsrla* Iluilson w»s elected President oflliu Cofl-j volition ; nnd after prayers wero oH'cred bjr Itoi. : •Ir. Kill's of Clurlcstown, llio Preside,,, addressed the assembly upon tho importance of tho occasion on which llicy were assembled. On the motion of Mr. llopkinson of Lowell, GnoSon N- Biiukis was uouiinatod l,y ncclamalion ns tho candidate for Governor, und John Ueeii for l.ieulenunl Cover,,,,,'. A con,u,itteo was nppoiulod, on the motion of .Mr. J. T. Stevenson, consisting nf one member from ench county, to report an address or resolution. In relulion to lhe duties of the Whig party. In the interval hetween lb, choice of lhe co.nluitlco and the report, the assembly was addressed by Charles Sumner, Esq. und the lion. Robert C. Winlhrop. , Mr. Sumner confined himself mainly to the institution of sl...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

Meetim; in Faxeuil Hai.i..—On Thurs- I' day evening Inst, an immense concourse of eilizens assembled at Fnncuil Hall to " consider what' ■ measures should he taken in guarding the sanctity ' of human rights, to prevent the recurrence in future of lhe abduction of a man, aud his restoration * to slavery." The occasion of lhe meeting was the forcible and illegal seizure of a man who escaped ' from bondage in New Orleans, by concealing him- i self in lhe vessel commanded hy Captain Hannum, < and lhe sending of him back to lhe place whence be came, afler be had landed on our shores, and was , entitled lo tbe protection of our lows* i The venerable John Uumey Adams presided at j : lhe meeting, nml its purposes were explained by ; Dr. S. G. Howe, who added to the statement of fade .'in address of greet ■tmplicitf and beauty, in which lruth nnd humanity were combined wiih such depth of feeling, as must have reached every ! heart not hardened hy long cherished prejudices. The res...

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ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. We learn that tbe Rev. Kdmund F. eUafter, rector of St. Peter's Church, Cambridgeport, has received and accepted a cull to thu rectorship of Hi. John's Church, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury. The. C. S. frigate Constitution, ('apt. Percival, i-rrivi-d at Iloston, ou Munduy, last from llio de |._ Jiuieiro. Ollieers end crew ull well. Tlie Con- |(| stitulioii litis been absent übout two years uud four ! _ months. She sailed ftom New York on the 29th j . uf May, 1844, uud has circumnavigated iho globe. ( _ Tho Lowell (Hurler understands thai the Com- sj inissionuis appointed by thu Governor and Council t to select und oblnin tin eligible sile for I Mnnuul ' v Labor School, for the employment, bullleties. and \ j, reformation of juvenile offenders, ure about con- j t eluding I negotiulion for a farm in Wcatuoro', of i ISO acres, at lhe price of &8000. a The New York Herald says :—" We learn that ■ Gen. Games has received orders from Washington, v for the...

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Communicated for the Chronicle. THE SCHOOLS OF CAMBRIDGE-No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

Communicated for the Chronicle. THE SCHOOLS OF CAMBRIDGE-No. 4. The slntemenl of the School Committee respect- ii ig the valuation o( property in Cambridge in 1837, c s it appears in their report, is or course an error, i, s an) one imi} >>cc ns soon an he easts his eye I pou it. Put malting the correction, and subsli- ii tiling $0,551,010 for tf1.732,480, their reasoning till holds good. The passage ns amended stands i> bus : " We enn also show that it costs the city t inch less now to educate her children, than it cost , I: he town eight or nine years ago. In 1837, when ( \ he population of Cumbridge was hut 7030, nnd the 1 alunlion nf its properly was "75,551,010, there was I mid hy Ihe eilizens of the town $402-. for instiuc- j 1 ion in the puhlic schools, nnd |f?Mf fur instruc- | I ion in private schools," making $1 1,411 for in- i i miction thut yeur. In 1845, when the population < i mounted to hetween 12,000 and 13,000, und tho t I ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

Mk. PomiK, Historical Agent of Massachusetts. F.xtrnct from v letter in the Boston Courier, dated Paris, August 20. 1840 :— It will perhaps, be iutereshiig to the people of Massachusetts, and especinlly to men of letters in New-l-liigtaiid, to know that Mr. Poore, our state bisiorinl ngeitt here, is pursuing bis labors with industry and success. I hnd the pleasme, n few dtijrj eineo, of examining his collections, und 1 feel nn hesitancy in Haying tli.it when the government and the people of Massachusetts shall huvo the same opportunity, they will be as highly gratilied as I have been. Mr. Poore has already copied, from the archives of France, nearly four thousand largo folio pages, in iho clearest and best hnnd 1 have ever met with in any records. He proposes to odd to the documents fac similes of the more importnnt signatures, copies in water colors of the portraits of the most distinguished persons connected wiih our colonial history, colored plates nf all Iho military uniforms of...

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Municipal.—City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

Municipal.—City of Cambridge. ■lucspar, Sep.. 29.—1n meeting of the Muyor „„,) Aldermen— j ■•etiiio i oflllioda ,Mor.e, for componintioii 'or j JJllu ,e .usl.ined by thu grading of Thorndikc „ r ,.el, nnd Ihe doling of Munrou .tree., in Ward _ ; win refused lo Aldermen llullrick und Huslin_»- , llio Committee to whom wai l.lsirsd lundry nrtiiioii" for ulia.oineiil of Is,**, submilled v report, lecouuneuding ihal Katon & llul.-y, Sumuel I'ond, and JIBBM Sleveuion, a portion of lb* petilioiiori, 8.T.r.11* have leuvo lo williilrnw ; „ud further *■> commending lhe passage of llio following order,— report accepted, and Ih.) onli-r uecoptcl, »aNI Ordered, Thai un abatement he made of lhe assessment* upon the following person., for llio construction of lhe Pine ilrect and Aoslin slreel mail, drain., of lhe SUM **» »S"'»" ** """"-'' respectively, viz: Itufu. UmsnN, 'fd.tS; Mn. [I'liza] Kimball, #19,50 | Mr.. [Susu i] Never., #3,90. Petition* of Frederic Hughe* suit Th...

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

POLICE REPORT. IVter Herring coiiinlaiiied ugainst John Mc Wiggin for nn assault on him, and Wiggin was lined l.v (i. W. l.ivcrmore, Ksc-., in the sum of feo ami cosls. More H. Homer eoniplained of I'li/.a , an old termagant, for " kicking hint rntblesslv behind, with her loe turn, tic." More took shelter brhind lite law, und 1.1iy... was sent over for '-• mouths. Hannah Brown, colored woman, was committed for three months, for getting drunk and fighting. Patrick Met .oh was arrested by olfi-er Jones, for assisting in the rescue of one Holland, finiii the hands of Constable Harney. Mac proved an iilihi, antl Justice Marrel i-ent him on his way rejoicing. The City Marsln.l coii.plaimd o( C. X. Cairnlb, foe selling one half gallon of brandy to Susan It©* U'i««in, Aug. 2!Mh, not being a licensed retailer. AllO, for selling Keithen Liitlelicld one ijtiarl of rum, Sept. _tith. Justice I.tvermore lined the clcl'i-udaiit ,*>2o and costs in each case, from which docb&...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

Fire at Xkwion. —About half past Iwo o'flriek vesteriluv iifl-rooon, lhe dwelling house of Mr. I,Miiali in Newton, near tbe tlepol, known as Hull's Crossing, was found In be on tire, and wns in ti sbnrt lime destroyed, together .villi Iwo large hints und several small out-huildm_;s. It is not l.n.mn how the fire originated, but il is supposed in have (alien from a spark from a locomotive.— The loss is estimated at about !?3,000. Th»*re was an insurance on the property to the amount of, $800 iv tbe Concord Mutual Insurance Company. — Journal. FATAL ACCIDENT. —A man, named Sawyer, of Ileilham, who was driving a loaded team, he•atofjag to Mr. Allen, of that town, through l.oxiiury. OB Friday ufteriioon, fell from hi-« BMt, it *•* supposed while asleep, directly in front of the wheels. The fore wht-el pns-ted over his head, ami the team wns stopped just ns the hind wheel was upon it. lie did not live an instant, hi.** head he ing completely crushed in. lie was a Fiihcr, industrious man,...

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NEWS FORM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

NEWS FORM THE ARMY. Tli. New Orleans Picayune of Ihe 19lh ull. sail Iho I. S. steamer Telegruph had urrived on the ufleruooii previous from lhe Uruzoi San Jago, Port laivoccu and <;alveilon ; having left the former on the 12th ult., I.avacca on the Mill, und (lulvcaton on the Ililh. Tlie Telegraph brought from the llrozos 356' sick and discharged mlunloeri, of whom she lauded one company of German* at Port I.avacca, and one company of TexaiisulGulvesloii. Theieinuiiider, 200 in number, ihe brought lo New Orleuni. Hy (his arrival we have news from Camargo to the Till ult. lien Tnylor had crossed the San Juan the day he line, and had taken up his line of inurch lor Scroll o, on the morning of the 7,1,. The commlillds of (ion. World nnd Col. I*. F. Smith, were stationed al lhe taller place, awaiting the arrival of tien. Tuylor. The whole force on Ihe march tv Monterey, is estimated at about 12,000 men. (.'en. Putterson was left in command of all the volunteers from Cumiirgo,...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

Fhom Washimitoi.. — The I'nion of Hnturduv night published a long article from which the follow mi* nre extracts : —"Tlie government of Mexico ha* determined to refer the President*, overtures for negotiations for peace, to llie Constit- vent * Ollgrf'SS of Mexico, which will assemble in : lhe beginning of December, we believe. The more we see of Mexican diplomacy, llie more it is i marked hy pioera-jtinaiion. The stronger we see ; the ncressily of proset uting the w;ir with nil our ! energies. Such, we runnel doubt, will bo tbe course of the Administration."' II t: i i.n m ki> Con vn- rs.-—Tbe Brnoklvn Advertiser innkes atune remarks in praise of lhe Society recently established in .New York for the reformation and relief of Discharged Convicts, elieitetl, it says, by some pleasing instances which have been 111 118 111 to lhe etlilor, relative to the praisewort by ami industrious conduct, und prospeiou-** career, of four diHerenl iiulh idnals engaged in reaper table busi...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

MARRIAGES. In New Bedford, on the 23d ult. by Rev. Mr. Howe, Mr. Smith C. Moffitt, of Cambridge, to Susan M., daughter of Mr. Humphrey Alden, of New Beford. In West Cambridge, 20th ult. Mr. James M. Chase, of M. Chase, of Haverhill, to Miss E. Jenkins, of W. C.

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