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POETRY. THE CAPTURED BIRD-A FABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846
POETRY. THE CAPTURED BIRD-A FABLE. , . &gt;s __«aa-_li Mia.'.ntL. rHO_ St COLL s Slullxrais Tliia bird has no heart ■«' hbcrly , 1 ,l me do will. liim xxl.nt.oe er 1 may, lie Ii". neilher llie «..b U"r *• P"»« •» •"»?■ When his mistress bail kepi this poor bird so long, Thai he nhoxial I'm gol liis xvi.nilluiid amig. And bi. lineal malea, to him once in dear, Slit: thought all. 1..1.1 IMthttti »i""' I" ear. He bail been «o Inn,; her impi isnniil slave, So grateful fur ft-velt el limb she gave, That it seein'il.as .be llt.ii.ght,« ithuttl eruiiih at all He could not but cllOOjal I" live (till all. Dili not thus, from its native joys exilcll, Can n bird to its cago he rocnncicil; The suing that i ye.l on 100 long may twoakj. Ami n yoke, ihiiiuihol g'.lil. must I ' linOU neck. w'lljnv.xil.a.l^pe.caa.hefi.nilliellllkuowl Ono,—it is not from all joy exiled, That n bird 10 i» cage can be reconciled. One .lay she opened his cage in play, Willi it " II". pour 1.i1.1, it &gt;...
MISCELLANY. STEALING MELONS. VISIT TO JOHN RANDOLPH'S GRAVE. JOHN NOTT—WHY NOT? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846
MISCELLANY. STEALING MELONS. VISIT TO JOHN RANDOLPH'S GRAVE. JOHN NOTT—WHY NOT? 1 always took groat Sjsws" »' ***H a "J"! | e,.r,Jen. "I Wl itU*" Hi-" oommtm, if I succeeded in raising cucumber, earlier than my nii.glit.ors ; a, il'nature fnvoreil me especially. 1 had llie earliest nntl liest kind of fruits. Hut I was greatly perplexed for a long limn wilil thieving boys. Almost every niglit in the season of fruit, my garden I was visited, trees diiuiagetl, autl rich flowers tram- I pled down. 1 tried various ways to protect my ' "rounds ; hail watch dogs, tint they were shot or poisoned ; set traps, hut they never caught uny I thin, except now and then one of my own cats. i finally 1 l.uilt ■ wall of solid mason work about I mv pinion ; hut tlmi ili.l pot answer. It was only I hv Mttfdfal thut I found out the way to save one's ' fruit ; iimi noticiiwr, in llie papers divers cautions to young rogues, I thought ilwoith while to publish still). Tiling of n.V experience. 1 hive I'oine ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846
Abdominal Supporters. NEW ENGLAND TRUSS MANUFACTORY, It*a&gt;lt»u, Miss-s. JaavisVM ■.'__ rnKHH H FOHVKffI continues to SEtetsa.? B sHtjasriwm il,.- I,me .lav orev.-i.liig. le lius .innri- renin anil in Her .■o,,veme'i,ce.l'.irll,..Tr.i.s liusilu ~ than all) olher mrson eiisatedbi il in this cm nr sol I'Uier. „„.,,„.. T .11 _ jfl.so M,,loinlii.ile)ii|.|.oi'lei»f..rl , r..laiisii.l.terl. Inwn lur I'rolai.an. Anil «ii.peii...ry It"",, Knee I a1,., Ua a H.axnU.fllreleilKliiH.a lor defnra.nl lee i Trusses repalml al one l.nnr'. ni.lu-e. ami .Stelitlmea mad. It. sn*ta M a. J,, n asnexv. The .übacrtlK-r having worn a l.uss tihnsell l.r Ihe hxal txvx iily-Hve veara, an.l Otlnl ao many lur IM last leu (ears. I'rela , ndelil Iv hellig ahle lo sun all cases tnal may come lo 1.1... . ~ fmivex rlulral Treses. |lr. t'lla.,'. TrilsatJ, liM-llierlt .nlil l.y l&gt;r.'l...eiT. ; Trusses ..I giilv.n.ire.l metal lliat will liol nat, having xviaaleu anil i oi.eer ua.lai Reno's Hinral tr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 October 1846
Ult-IsMiA.N'S Nature's Grand Restorative. Tll fH Vegetable Medicine stands uuri.allul tot i»,- r_j lowluk Coinplalnls, vis. ; 99* OVHrEI'HU OR INUiaBiITION, m«KABKr&gt; Hvi'H JAUNI&gt;It:K, HILIJOUO UItOLU., OOHTIVKNthH ' M-rfl- OK AfriiTUK. AHTMMA, UILLIOUK D.tf. ' ORUKRH.WOHMH.NERVOIIrtIOMI'I.AINTH PAIN |NTIIKHU&gt;K,HLKI.I)INCIATTIie »TOMACII,COLUBANU&lt;JOUUIIfIOK lonu-itan_)lnu,ii&lt;uko-:n-'-hi., hliortnkhh op breath, SEA MK'KNEHH, &amp;c., Ac. J. 0. HOLM AN, Prn|irie,tnr, ,\o. 70 &lt; writ-hill, Hu-lun. A. REID, Aleut luf Ounhrklf i&gt;, Columbia (•pposiltc Nnffulk. Hire,,. This Medicine tsof a wsrinlog, rhtertn» and iiivigorattiit naturt). and Is never known tv weaken llie patient-, vvhi ri H? , it is well known many oilier Cathartic* haw direct! j nn m. mwite tendency. It bus a most uuwerAil inlluenee, —-g,j tut by no other medicine, m removing NEUVots QQfj. I'l.AlNTrt. ii is pleeeuM tq tut-, and hi its HenUoeu...
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 — 15 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 &gt; sjmLueesUftMt*l_r&gt; Jusms F ? I_*esss_ts_r Ches t ,'Faulkner M I, Mrs P»ii«e 1. H rev \runlil E K.ivor Jen-im H Pen** llurlei_h A'k.-tiinii lletsey ! FiU Aa* I FfUSltttßf Warren \in jc Mm _&gt;RewaJfl_u 11 |Pkl&amp;HC_rw ft loams WaftyClUa ftnria* N Puckuea' Mr \tini trass II t'r ; Kiirmun tdefla C Pearson rim- C AutJ fallen I Kulh-r A J [Pay-on 11 rr lllen tt h ! fall, i W.e jl'Nl .nerH'tiiil MXtns Past Mra Pavot M H Mrs PamnwrmCl \. •.•■r-«-n J ami's 'FiakWui I' i P .nn ion John ,rui I! X A .&lt;;, i,\i!le \is I-r fltictinpUm Kami T l;,-. J\ | Obivef Bauilrvv RuesarttSUunvil i a■,,-, htnteHa HndGruaeer Henry 111\..n Jane P Mrs llrril l.'itiuiiu ! (.tl,ir,iri' k Fanny It H --&gt; I&lt;l. ■ Win Ducki-am Klix'ibeihnit man Band II KuweHun Jamil tfrw QouW (larva) M £yun Murt*...
SELECTED. CONSTANTIA GORDON: OR, THE ORPHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
SELECTED. CONSTANTIA GORDON: OR, THE ORPHAN. BY MRS. AMELIA OPIE. There are per sum in the world whom circumstances have bo entirely preserved from intercourse with the base and Ihe malignant, and whoae dispositions are no free from bitterness, that they can scarcely believe in the existence of baseness and malignity. Such persona, when they bear of injuries committed, and wrongs done, at the instigation of the most trivial and apparently worthless motives, are apt to exclaim, " You have been imposed upon. No one could lie so wicked aa to act thus upon such slight grounds; and you are not relating as a sober observer of human nature and human action, but with the exaggerated view of s dealer in fiction and romance !" Happy, and privileged beyond the ordinary charter of human beings, sre those who can thus exclaim; —but the inhabitants of the tropics might, with equal justice, refuse to believe in the existence of that thing called snow, as these unbelievers in the moral turpitude in...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
IH'IIL-HHKI) EVKKV THURSDAY BY ANDREW IIEID, At Lin office, corner of M_iu and H»g.i-.n« Htreets, over .h« -.lore of Jo-cyh A. Holme. A Co., C_mbri-_e..orl. TERMS OF TUB CHRONICLE. TWO DOLLARS PM ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for nix months. ftV Single conies, four cents. May be obtained at the University Bookstore, Cambridge ; Mr. Work's, hiul at the office, corner of Main and Magii-ine streets, CAMBUIDUKI'ORT. M- Mr, CliconoE Rurr it our authorised agent for East Cambridge, anil will see to the delivery of the papers in thut Ward ; und will Uss transuct all business relative to lite Chronicle. Any |»erson in Hut section of the city wishing to subscribe or advertise, will please call on him. TERMS OF ADVBRTISiWG IN THE CIIRONKXE. Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion, 0 60 Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 By the mouth, (four insertions,) 1 00 Business Cards, 1 year, 6 00 M »« &lt;&gt; months, 350 " « 3 months, 200 Advertisements exc...
WHIG CONVENTION—DISTRICT No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
WHIG CONVENTION—DISTRICT No. IV. The convention assembled at Concord, agreeably In notice, nnd wns, iv the absence of the Chairman I of the Distiict Cninmitlee, called in order by | Charles R. Train, Fsq., nnd a committee of four | appointed t» report a list of officers ; and sold commillee reported for President— JOS. T. BUCKINGHAM, of Cambridge; Vice-Presidents—How. David WIUMySf Leominster. Dn. John Walton, of Peppcrell. L Secretaries—Geo. W. Palmer, of Cambridge. A S. Caslktow, of Lancaster, j Said report wns accepted, nnd tho above gentlemen chosen ; and L R. Hour nnd IL P. Fairbanks were appointed to conduct tho President elect to the chair. Voted, To appoint a committee of three to receive and examine the credentials of the delegates present. Said Committee wns appointed, and reported 91 delegates present, from thirty-live town*. 11, p. Fairbanks read tn the convention tho following Idler from the Hon. Benjamin Tompson, declining .-'•sin being a candidate, for Representative ...
MIDDLESEX COUNTY WHIG CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
MIDDLESEX COUNTY WHIG CONVENTION. A correspondent of ihe Lowell Journal furnished the following account of the proceedings of ihe WTiig Convention for Middlesex County :— The Convention assembled ot ten o'clock, and was called to order by E. Rockwood Hoar, Esq., chairman pro tern. A motion wns adopted, (hat a committee of six he appointed by the chair, to report a list of ollicers. Thi* committee, of which James Adams, of Charlestown, was chairman, reported the following list of officers : President—Hon. James I). Grcnn, of Cambridge. Vice Presidents—Hon. Asa F. Ijiwrence, of Peppcrell, nnd Maj. It, Wheeler, of Framingham. Secrclnries—J. S. Koyes, Esq., of Concord, and Wm. S. Robinson, Esq., of Lowell. Mr. Green wns conducted to ihe cbnir by Messrs 'Bellows, of Pepperell, and Hobhs, of Waltham, nnd upon assuming iho duties of chairman, mudc a brief und appropriate speech. A committee, of which Col. E. W. Fuulkner, of Acton, was chnirmnn, wo* nppninted to collect the credentials of i...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
Robssmt in Cams*idob.— The store nf Benjamin Sawtell, Cambridge, wn* broken open Sunday Sight, and clothing, hoots, &amp;r. t stolen in Ihe nmonnl of S-2iH), and about &lt;&lt;20 in money.— The robbery must have been committed by some nne, says the Traveller, well acquainted with the premise*. Tlie rogue left in the slore one pair of bonis and two pair of bootees, with *' Ilolden," maker on the outside. A rewnrd of $*%% is offered for the d« lection of the thrives nnd the recovery of (he goods.— Button Tunes. Without a Pahai.i.f.i..—About r*rt&gt; months since a Post office by the name of Merrimac, was established in Kssex County nt Iho new mnnufacluiing village on Lhe river of that name. On Hatuiday last the Ist number of ihe Merrimac Courier made its nppenrance. It is published hy J. F. C, Hayes, is Whig in politics, and utters some very bold sentiments tin the subject of Slavery. Already, where si\ or-eight months ago ihere were few or no inhabitan...
WHIG NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
WHIG NOMINATIONS. Fur Governor, GF.ORGE \. BIUGGS, of Pittihell. For Licut.-Govtiruur, JOHN REED, of Yarmouth. For Representative to (Congress. District No. 4— JOHN U. PALFRF.Y of Cambridge. For Senators—Middlesex County. Calvin Shepari), bf Ashland. Joseph T. lliickiio.ium, of Cambridge. Klisha Huhtinuton, of Lowell. Thomas Emerson, of Sooih Heading. HOHART SfENCER, of Ashby. David Heard, of Way Und.
NOVEMBER ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
NOVEMBER ELECTION In three week* from Monday next, ihe people nf Massachusetts will meet lo give their vote* for the cundidutea whom they respectively prefer, for the Fxecutivo and Legislative office* of ihe Commonwealth, and for Representatives in Congress. The candidates, we suppose, have ull been nominated, namely, of tho Whig, Democratic, Native American, aud Liberty parlies. In tin* tpjadruugulur contest only one parly has any reasonable prospect of success. Tho Whigs stand fasl to the principles they have professed, which have given tlicin the ascendancy; but the Democratic party have been false to their resolve* on v question which, morn than any oilier, lies ut iho foundation of Northern interests. The people of this party cannot have forgotten lhat, while pledged hy their representatives in iho Legislature of the Slate lo oppose the annexation of Texus, a matter in which they must be supposed to have truly represented the opinions and feelings of their constituents, the lea...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
Minni.EHFx Nominations.—The candidates for the Senate, nominated by the Whig Convention chosen for the purpose, are highly salisftctory.— They are well distributed in different parts of the county, and well represent ils dill'erent interests. The resolutions passed in convention speak tho true language, and are specially appropriate to the condition of the country. The nomination of Mr. Palfrey, by the District Convention, for Representative lo Confess, nppSSfl to be universally npproved by the Whig*. The Liberty party are determined to nominate a candidate this day. They have no faith in the words or deeds of any man who does not enlist under their banner, nnd call himself by (heir name. Tin* resolution* and tho votes of the Whigs against the extension of slavery, nnd in favor of its abolition, so far a* it can bo effected consistently wilh ihe provision* of the constitution, nre in their view the mere trick* and hypuerilical niamrnvres of crafty politicians. Hut nothing can show a...
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. Tlie following highly important intelligence is front the New Orleans I'icsyune eatra, of Sunday morning, Oct. 4, received there l&gt;y tlieateuiner Jas. 1.. Day, from Point Isabel. In Kdition" yesterday, accounts urn given of General Taylor** tirrivnl at Monlerey, on tho l»th Sept., with a force of iilmut u'OOH men —of bis reconuuiluring thu city, &amp;c. 6sS* Worth hud been ordered to Klnriu the Bishop's Pukicc, hut circumstances cnused hi* halt on the night of the 20th, short of the intended position. On ihe morning of the 11st, the Fort at Ihe Bishop's Palace was atormedand curried, as well as two post* on tho opposite side of iho Sun Juun river. On the same morning, the 21st Sept., lh« First Division of the regular troop-*, under Gen. Worth, and thn volunteer division under (ten. Butler, were ordered under itrms, to make a diversion lo the left of the town in fuvor of thu important operations of (ion. Worth. The 10 inch morlurs und two 24 p...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
Captain Futon has arrived in Washington vvitJi the ofliciul bullelius of the three days' li»| 1( _. Monterey, which the Union promised to puh|»|. Thursday, Cupt. Fa ton came through from Monte. rey to Washington in sixteen days. Speaking 0 f the Armistice, the Union says I " Neither army is to pass a specified line which is perhaps nearly half way between Monterey and Haltillo—under eight weeks. Rut this armistice in the first place, does not embrace our other lines of operation!- ; nnd, secondly, it is subject, in ex press terms, lo tlio order* and instructions of the iwo governments."
MIDDLESEX COUNTY CATTLE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846
MIDDLESEX COUNTY CATTLE SHOW. Concord, Oct. 8, 1846. The Annual Inhibition of Ihe Middlesex County Agricultural Society, which took place here yesterday, was by far the best one which we have had lor many veura. The day was wry fine, nnd peo- | pie poured in from all quarters- The scene aboat town was equal to thut which we used to see ten or a dozen year* ago, in the palmy days of Cattle Shows, when the huge gulleriea of Ihe old meeting house hnd to be propped up, such was the grand rush to hear ihe address, and when the egg pop men mude arn.ngemenls v week before hand for ihe great occasion, und when the auctioneers of hooki und razor-strops und pocket combs came from a wide region lo sell their wares. Wo had all sorts of itinerants yesterday, including one or two political orators, who, apparently " native and to ihe munner bom," discoursed solemnly from tho old burial ground lo a crowd of listeners. It was on the whole a great day. Tho Ploughing Mutch was well contested, and the...