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

DEATHS. In this city, 28th ult. Dorcas, wife of Mr John Pear, and eldest daughter of the late Col. Isaac Smith, of Charlestown, aged 50 years. In this city, 25th ult. Mrs. Almira P., Wife of Mr. Moses B. Houghton, aged 36 years. In this city, 24th ult. Miss Ann E Chamberlain, 19 years. In this city, 23d ult. Albert W Moulton, 1 1/2 month. In this city, 20th ult. Mr. Cyrus Morse, 31. Mr. Morse was the originator of the "old line" of coaches between Boston and Cambridge; he commenced at first by making one trip a day, and continued to drive on the route (for nearly forty years) until it became neccessary to run a coach every fifteen minutes. He had been sick about four months. His disease was a tumor in the side, and he was unable to speak for about three weeks previous to hi death. In West cambridge, 23d ult. William Henry,child of John L. and Serah P. Tucker, 9 mos. In Worcester, 21st ult at the State Lunatic Hospital, John Chandler, Esq., formerly of Boston, 79, a graduate at Harva...

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, October 1, 1846. ... calling for these Letters will please say they are advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, October 1, 1846. ... calling for these Letters will please say they are advertised. Ai'atiisLiicntlaMisil'ry James E 2 Pendexter Chas | Faulkner M I. Mrs Paige I, R rev Arnold E f Kaxor Jerslue II Pease llurh-lgh Arkcrmnn Heiaey ; nt* Asa I'hiiiimer Warren Ayer J C Mrs | Fellows John It Philpot Cvnis A Adiinis Wuilv CHUJ Ferriu S N Packard Mr Allen ('ha* ll l>r , Farmiiu Adelia C Pearson Chas C Aver J Ciille'i Fuller A J l'ny-on Hiram Allen H I Fuller Win Palmer Snml 1 Alkin* Paul Mrs I Faxon M II Mr* penraon C S ; Vrki-mi'ii .lames FWh Wm P Puriugton John Arnold E A tirenville AS Dr Richardson Kami T Ibmg JN. 1 Clover Saml rev Riiiu.cll Edward Maker Pamella Mrs Cranger Henry Rvan Jane P Mr* lleen Edmoii lOllpeirlok Fanny R Revlolds Wm Huckonm FliwiU ihCilmiii Snml II How.-Mary Jamil Mr* 'Could I larva*. M Rvan Margaret Me* t.ould Harvey Reed 1 .sheila < Mrs llosxvorth E Mi** il.alla.her Snml Hit.' Ma...

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

I. O. OF It. < RECHAMTES TAKE NOTICE. -CharU-.. River Tenl. No. Itii, 1. O.ol" It., (*anil.rid(*eport, have removed to their new Hall, opposile lhe Post Ollh-e, where Iheir mretltiKs will he licl.l on WEDNESDAY EVENINUH, Instead ol . Fridr.y. Meinlnrs of the Order from ahroad are respect fully invited It. tive in. a rail. Per Order. ; Bum no s. l. rioooob. r. «. < unil.ri.lur nnd ( hnrlra Hirer ltmiltw. q r III.ANK CHECKS en lhe above Hanks, lor toile hy lhe quire or simile .-licet, at lhe olllce of lhe Chronicle. ' Cheek flock** hound lo order.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

AIsI'OMI.VAI. Ml I'I'.IHTKK*. N. li. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, lIIIST.I.V, MASS. 9.'' Juan,-. Fri*«tai-|ck Vmrnlrr riHilinuc to ~,.„», feSSEn all ilir ..,,.„,. „,,,,, „,. d TSDNNNS. hi bis .ltd Mis,,. No. _OS [SfSsSl.l .No, „i| W'551i,,,,,,,,, strvil, eulrmuc ~i a******. Avenue. Also, Ssssmsat X, n«il«, fur PrnlaosasllliTl-His s_s*SNt N_**,N**a Car*, Uvik llosaos, NISII N.ISS* lor de.onned ~,,. Tmill lli|illl, ,1 al one hour's n0,,,., and uia.tr lo all.w, r nftenlluies as will ... new. 1 tie sub. ■rrilxr lama* Mr* „ Trus. HsSSsN) for lueol, ,i>, psaSSjSS* filled mi __SJ (or ll,e lost n-ll li-srs, ss***SSßSs del In bcln. side ~, b ,„| „|| ~„_,., ,|,„, „,„, ,„„,,, ,„ i,,,,,. Dr. Fltlrlu rV Trus* , MmM Truss, |)r. Hull. Truss, and TlM.uip.u,,'. Itiu.b.i Truss, ■„.. ISS Nss****** It,„:>.,„_ Truss... „.b) ,„■ Uud a. Ilils esliildlslun, ~l. U'Ulsurrtiii Tubes and Km Tiiiin,,,-,,, tlsur SfU euitlde v lurs.iu ISSSsV low will, ,|,„, j. |,»rd ~. liesrhi*. All l.sdies iv ws„, of...

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

uiiy Gooi> s. < i.ii.v *_ Mmwmof \«« hh.i«i.u._, >i..... si., A few dour a Ea*t uf Norfolk atreet, f < iMIIKIIH.KI'OHT, W 111 ''.Hi: urn) K ( - li.tm.l hk»iml u.hi.niii. hi ol KORKU; \ prices; lU.h.lh.i mid I i.....-..«..td( mv ,i,.* u . wi.m.n. ■. *>~. oMn.li ThM,- Co*«rs, Bird. Ef« i>„_,,.-r. b_? .1, < reli; BfOWU l.iiittir,, _~. Tank Voter*-, I.ul. v ll.ii.i- 7, ' i Mtsn Quality, tram IN cants te ill now v. Tt.-iui,., I | s"iir ire I'littlt... PrtllU; H» '.»-, H.mk. t miiil.i ie tti„l Ffoml 1 , IHIII Mil*. I 111, til: 11..|, i.ti.Mi, ,<.';,_, I.;„, , K115111.., 4l',,_c j. II O S 1 X It 1 . I i l.M.iii■-.' kii.icti.i'ri Huston itisr.iii nrletl . iilMiKi.i.wtik, l ', KiniiiHilk. I.t>u Tl.rtml, t.ui.i. Hint itiiii,i,i;i„.,„. innir.il . Creyetsj Pan* >, i*iik, «n.I i;iii.in.ii. _~., BuMeussnrsi rf.ik t ■ nisrtsnswii nr. rttiiii.it-il to i nil nml sit* ii' DrrQuespi an i tint ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

CLOTHING FAIX AM) WINTER TRADB. _,HN rr,.,,rie,or. el Hie BSsfaSstf* CLOTlllafQ KM. M. I vlil Irtl.MIJM', iMrrall) kuowu _i i|" '* CO MMBIIV I A 1. AKCA >> X, A, No. .1.) rUsSlllllssl 5i,,,,, 11,,,,, are H.ktug „„,r BrT***Jass**ttU .:*,,, I. I". ...... I lie ~.„, suil inn-l lAi.u.iv, Husk ~, 1'l.llTlilM; „,„| L'UrT.IM ~.r ~„,, baser. ,i. ~,,,, rronij ,l,ai ,»„i k, n.,„i.i in is, u..*.i, ■in,l Hi.) mi,,, »,it, ,li. 1,,,,, ~.,„, i, ,„.,. ,g it,,.,, s.nii.r I .inn, I, mi.l ~,,-ir svlmsivu it, i,iii,iiil„,., e unl, IVinie. 1.. prose lv sit ulio Mill lake Lie 1r..„.,,e lo evmuilie ll.rjr lob,i,,',',','] " ' """' ■"•<•))• '"•' SSos, "i C1...TH1.M; All v,„. sic in ~„,„ „, i|„. ~,„, Mll „ ,„ CI.OT.UM; vv ~,.,,', ,"",/'„ '""' '"" S ""S..I 1'1,,1t0.».v„, 1 !,'< I, hue l.e-le, Mini o.ir Cutlers llhM.l .vi.m ,1 ,„ ~.' l «"e', r »,"",n '" ""•'■j I ,, l ' I ,l '"'Mi. I". rSimrW,***. ■tar* ' , i:; , '«»vi ; ;:'Nii!>K'_''c'i;.' u STEI'IUOV W. M...

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POETRY. PARTING SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

POETRY. PARTING SONG. BY ELIZA COOK. Come, lei us part with lit-1« *■<>■"<' heart, Nor hrculhe one oUclißg rt|«i To think lhat wings of rainbow plume 80 soon should learn to Hy. We scarcely like lhe Amies lo t-liike That tell of Pleasure's (light, But Friendship's chain, when revered thus, lo sure to re-unite. Then why not we ns merry be, Though tins song he the List, Believing other hours will come As bright us tBOBs jiirvt part 1 The wild bird's song is loud an.] long But the sweetest nml the best Is whist led an he ImBBI the bouj-h To seek his lonely nett. The sun's rich ray shines through lhe tlay, But flashes deeper Hlill While darling forth his farewell ray Behind the western hill. Then why not we ns merry lie, In this our pari 1111; strain, For, tike the bird uud sun, we'll come Willi joy antl warmth ag.iin. The moments tied, like violets dead, Shall never lose llieir power *. For grateful perfume ever marks The Memory's wilheie.l (lower, The ...

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MISCELLANY. TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF. O YES! I TAKE THE PAPERS! [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

MISCELLANY. TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF. O YES! I TAKE THE PAPERS! BY ABEL REDTOP. " Dad, I'm going to turn over a new leaf ne\t week," said S;un Dana, junior, to his pittein;il progOfllfQf. Sum Dunn, Heritor—they wore hoeing corn tour, th or nenr tho Dunn family ilumk-il, iv the lown of liow. The two Sum Panns looked hi* nenr alike as two pons, '.specially Sam junior ; In: looked ■ shsiWl younger—otherwise he might have lu-en ttiken tor a chip of the old block, block nml nil. At the sound of tho other's voice, the elder DBM rested his chin on the end of his hoe-hnndlc, and peered iit his sturdy offspring, ns if doubtful of the meaning and intent of ihe familiar words. Stun, junior, immediately fixed himself in v similar poMtion, fixed his sharp hazel eyes on those of Ms " d.ul." and went on : " Yes, dud, I'm going to turn over I now lenf. You've often told me |fl do it.— Next week, you know, I'm one-nnd-Iwenty, out of my time, I'm off. You sen, dad, I've vvmke I on this patch uf land e...

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

City Ordinance. [Nn. 20] CITY OK t A MIiKIDCC. In tlie year one thousand eight liundrctl ami forty-six. AN OIIDINANCF, I F.atnlilialiing llie aaltirie* of sundry City Officers. 7fe if Ortiiiiiic,/ by thr City Council of tht City of Cam/fritter, us foliates : Tho Officers of tho City, heroinnflor n.imi'il, shall leceivo llie follnwiiin; annual salaries, to he paii! in equal quarterly payments, which shall ho in full for all .-iTvti'i's rendered in llioir ollirial cnpaeily : f itv Treasurer, one Imniltoil anil fifty dollars : City (.'hik, exclusive of fees esiahliaheil liv law, three liuiulreil anil twcnty-fiye ilollars: Clerlt ol'tlie f'omiiioii Council, one h.inilrotl dolInrs : llonr.l KnSSSIi tive hiilitlret] ilnllnrs : Chief r'.ngincer, line hundied dollars : I'cur Assistant laiginecr.', twenty-live dollars each. In Common Council, Sep. 22, I*4o, l'.iasfd to In, ordained. ISAAC 1.1,r.1t.,1011,', President. In Board of Aldormen, Sep. 22, 11*46. BuSSf lo he ordained. JAMS 1). UK. KE...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

Abdominal Supporters. t new England truss manufactory, Hostou, Mn... J.>H,S |-'KI,I)KKI(K FONTKK continues to liisiiufacture till the various approvt-tl TRI'HHKS st tils old -.land, Nn- Hi.) Wii.liuiKit.il street, opposite No. Jt>«, vu--1 trance In Temple Avenue. HimUiii, where he hits bflt-a for r the last teu >cars -Slut Ills residence and business Mm both in ihr ssiin* biuldti.it, he am be-wen st home nearly nil ol 1 the lime day or evening. He tuts more room nnd better conveniences lor Ihe Trims businc-is ibttu any other ptr-uu eagsssoni it la this city ar sty* owfr. _ Ai.Ko -Abdominal Hnppoi Icm lor Prolapsus LI-tri. Trusses . far Prolapsus Ani , Huspeinmry Bus. Knee CSBS, Buck . Huttrds, Mice led Khoes tor deformed feet; I nisics repaired 1 nl CSsS hour',, iiolire, nnd uIU-iilluii* made to SBSWSf MJprSIJ sinew. Ths Htilmribcr bavins; worn it TtOSB hlinsrirJOT tin- last twenty-live years, hikl tilled so many (nr lhe Inst ten jews, litis cniillde...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 October 1846

nOLMAN'! Nature's Grand Restorative. TTJnVc^a^l^ ""** **• «• DYSPEPSIA OR INDKsEBTIOK, DISEASE.* LlVfcß JAUNWCE. HILMOCH CItOLIC, COBTIVENEBS ' LOriS OP APPETITE, ARTHMA, BILLIOUS IUK- * ORDERS, WORMS, NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, PAIN IN TIIE HIDE, BLEKMNa AT TIIK MTOMACH,COLI)SANI>COU<JHHOF U>NUHTANDIN<>,IIOAHSENES* ( SHORTNESS OF BREATH, SKA HICKNEHK, 4c, Ac. J. B. IK U.MAN, Proprietor, No. 70 Cssruhlll, Baalim. A. REID, Aici.i ii,, Cambridge, Columbia 0L.u0.11. SuUolL Hire, I. This Medb-lne Is of ft warming, cheering- nnd invi_or_tj) lf nature, mid is ne'er known to wenkru tbe patient, when-a* it is well known many oilier Cathartics hsve directly nn op. pontic tendency. It has a moat powerful Influence, ex reed. Ed by no olher medicine, tn removing NERVOUS COMPLAINTS. It in plu'iNiint lo take, nnd In its up.raiiun M , much an, that It may be udlii fills It-red tv the lender in fun with safety, Il ii not pretcudi-d that the abuve Medi...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1846. NUMBER 23. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 8, 1846.

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LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, October 1, 1846. Pesons calling for these Letters will please say they are advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, October 1, 1846. Pesons calling for these Letters will please say they are advertised. Ai'mml-iif rttn Ml,i"r\ J'lnifri ■ V TinnliMi'r rlins 2 I'aulknrr M I, Mm Palfe I.X r, . tni.lilH |l iM.r Jir.ini- II IY«-r lliirl.ilh A, k.iiiniii Baton I il, \m I l'|nminer Wir it'll \nijrMh. Fe11..«i..1i.1m || 11'lni.Mii Orrm A 1... .- W..111 I .Ml.- I", mi. S N , Pii.-kHr.l Mr Him iin-ii l>r K«r AdallaC Hpania Cbas C Ami J Ciillfii FilllTAJ I'aJ mi I lirain Allm I. II 1.i11.r Win j'ufi n'.-ii;. I li..!i-IVIMf- Fa MII Mr. 'i',- IS IrkcrannJ a na* Win P I' i f*n \ i.t.1.l F. A «; t i.Miie \ ,* I i Hi, hm.lsi.i, Sallri 1 i in. J V _• (Stirrer Ba > lln.-ill !■:■ Iwartl i >ak*t - Pawl 111 Mr. llraniii lit in 1 It. ii .littu I'Mm II ~ i.i.i.iiii liilpnlrtui Paint) It It. ||i : - Win llacknaai l.li/..l>,iii llilnian rtm I II H Mini Jaaa lIM.. Qtalkl lUr.fi .1 .11.:.. Margaret Ml* II ~i-',ri,l,eJan...

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SELECTED. From the Berkshire Courier. ALICE IRVING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846

SELECTED. From the Berkshire Courier. ALICE IRVING. CHAPTER 1 The long,oaken table was spread with its snowy cloth in the high, broad hall of General Irving, and the choice but substantial luxuries that always composed the dinner of the hospituble owner, had been carefully arranged in their respective places. The General, a noble looking middle aged man, was seated at the head, his wife, a delicute, sweet faced woman at his right hand, and on his left, Alice, their only daughter, a bright sunny child of fifteen summers, just bursting into girlhood, with an eye of soft brown, v wealth of widely luxuriunt curls, nnd complexion of pearly purity, deepening into a dazzling roae-blootii on her cheek,and melting into damask on her lip. Opposite, was her brother Chiirles, and a facsimile of Alice, save that his eye had a deeper fire, and his cheek was dashed with a darker glow. At his aide sat v young American officer, one Captain Forrest, whose daring bravery and unequalled grace hud won t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846

FacF tour own Doianv —It is icekoned a lmd animal tlml preys ii|xn. its own offspring. Their is proltuhly not nn honest trade tli.il is n«il proud of its owl work. TV shipbuilder has a i.ilhei.v feeling (hf the ship he has built— though he should meet her high on the .teach, lite author has always n lively regaid for Us own bunk. The teacher never loses hit. in. tcre*t in lite scholar who di auk instruction from his lips. Hot, nne day we asked a nnnseller— it was rlose by tk* Homh Kerry, in l*ro,,kl\n, N.Y.—la hk-p out and see a pupil of his who was in great distress. I** followed out far enough to see that the object lo which we would call his attention was a manl\i»g al his length in the street, with his head on ihe margin of a peddle, ihe boys all ihe while throwing clubs in lo spatter him ; and then, as if lie had been siruck by lightning, be turned on hit heel nnd went back. Hnk> I friend, railed we, this is n't fair; this man has graduated from VOW school, and m mus...

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From the American Review. ENGLISH PARLIAMENTARY REPORTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846

From the American Review. ENGLISH PARLIAMENTARY REPORTERS. The Parliamentary reporters of the leading journals work by relay*. The number employed by e.ich journal varies, according to tile general efficacy of its arrangements, the capital embarked in it, and the revenue it dispenses, borne of the morning papers employ ten, some twelve, and some as many as sixteen parliamentary reporters. Let us take for example the case of a journal employing twelve. At the opening of the Houses one of these gentlemen lakes his seat in the gallery of the Commons, and another in that of the Lords. After an interval. of forty-five minutes these two rise and atari for the i office of the paper, being instantly replaced by two others who are in wailing for that purpose. After the lapse of another forty-five minutes, these hist, start olTand are replaced by a third pair, and this ■ Meeeasioa fee* on until (be whole corps uf twelve j are exhausted; after which the pair who began the evening, commence ano...

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THE LONDON TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846

THE LONDON TIMES. | Of all the journals which have ever circulated in any country the "Times*' presents the most j striking example of sagacity in the anticipation of ' political contingencies and the successful activity in the early collection of intelligence. During the great continental war which closed with the buttle of Waterloo, this journal hud fast sailing sloops and other vessels of light draft charteied in its ser~ vice, which under neutral und even hostile colors were accustomed to run into the ports of the con- , tinent, nnd become the vehicles of intelligence of events passing in various countries of Europe.— This information often out-stripped the resources of the Foreign Office, und Downing street had frequently to acknowledge its obligations to PrintingHouse Square for information which the King's messengers and diplomatic agents failed to supply. The surprise of the public at the announcement of the dismissal of Lord Grey's ministry on the death of Lord Spencer, and...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846

G vizor.—The following striking description of I (his great statesman,and efficient minister, of Louis j PhiMippe, we extract from the correspondence of , the .Jos ton Courier, Paris, Augant 26, 1846. A few evenings after my arrival in Paris, I was > at a party given by the American minister, on the i occasion of the marriage of a young Indy of Albany —Miss Cnok-with a French nobleman. 1 was . wandering through the saloons, when my attention ' was arrested by v little, pale, meagre man in black, j decorated only with the ribbon ol the Legion of | Honor. Pale, and meagre, and small aa he waa, however, he had about him an air of command,and i seemed lo receive the universal respect which his ' hearing challenged. I certainly did not at tho moment think of his being a very great man. His ! forehead, though high, seemed 100 retreating for a ! very profound (..linker, nnd in tho deep lines about j the darkened eyelids, nnd in the sallow look of his entire feature*, I supposed ...

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