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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

VrnMONT Asvi.hm ro. Titr. ItTtAtt, tin An i.mono.—Hy lha Tenth Annual Itepa". which has just heen puhlinlicd, the Institution appears to ho in a prosperons condition. The new buildings hnvo heen completed nnd are n»«''' filled. -IHO have enjoyed its ndvnntaiea the P"' 1 year, 107 have heen admitted, Ml hli.a bw» «'•" eliargeil, nnd 21)1 now remain. Of thee, dwell"'.'* ed, 114 have recovered. Thn lerma are fixed at two dollars pel week for tho fiist »l» months, •". one dollar nnd filly cents per week afterwards.--Pall.nl. rmm other States are received on in snnio terms as those fiom Vermont. Tim Ifiirtfonl Charier Oak .tales ihnt ihaotn" Sunday, Nov. Dr. O«foo<l ot Ihn ConaTet*■ X, "'' Church in Springfield, slated in hi. pulpit. ll*' '" had just malted a letlnr from an American S"J ■ionnry in I'orsin, telling kirn lh»l X. WM •Ha' 0 lo oonceal from hia conv.rbi Ih. ftct at lb* •""•' enco of alav.ry in ih. Christian BM*S of Am"""

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For the Chronicle. LECTURE ON CHEMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

For the Chronicle. LECTURE ON CHEMISTRY. MR. Enrros,—l hate been informed that a lec,_re on Cneiuistry will be delivered by Dr. Darling, f Roxbury, on Wednesday evening, the 21*1 insi, al ti« Town Hall (probably) Many beautiful aud Inicestiug experiment* will be performed during tlm It-tare, il.u*iruiing ■-»« p\ntsfkn of rbat science. Anion, other*, thai most interesting of all experiment* ever performed in this country, lite solidification 0 f carbonic acid gas, will be exhibited. This truly wouderful experiment will, of itself, bo worth wore iliun double the price of admission. This invisible und poisonous gas, which bus destroyed tlie lives of so maiiy, ihroogh ignorance uf its existence und properties, be subjected to a pressure fifty-six nines greater than that of the almospliere, which amounts a, fifteen pouuds to ihe square inch, by which means it will be rendered solid, nnd will I* pasicd round among the audience. Dr. D. will also exhibit Morse* Telegraph,—*) that all will b...

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For the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

For the Chronicle. Mr. Kitiios,—l should like to say a few words ■boot the Austin Street Drain. It was built about a veer ago, sod is a benefit to those abutting on it. When the hills were brought round they left larger bills on Norfolk street, where the drain dues not go, ihan on Austin street, where il does go, and many remonstrated against il and brought it before the County Ciirtiiuissioners, where it *las<l* now. Vet Mayor Owes advertises the property for sule to pay tlie taxes. I should like to know what Mayor Green has to do with it, white it is in the hands of the County Commissioners. They have uu right to lax on Norfolk street, for it is no benefit; ihey tuight just as well .fi.'l lax bills over to Boston as no Norfolk street. I think there never was a drain lax laid before on any tut the abutters ou said drain. Perhaps you cun infans me differently; if so, you wilt oblige, CAMBHIhOE.

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

POLICE REPORT. William Green wos fined $2 and coats for being drunk and disorderly. Miry McGce wae tent to the House of Correction fur one month, for lewd and disorderly conduct. Moloney was fined £2 and cosls fur being drunk and disorderly in the night; and committed fur non payment of fine. Jamtt Muguire, for getting beastly drunk and being disorderly, Oct. 11, was fined Jf3 and cost*, und refusing to pay, was also committed. Deputy Marshal Jones complained of Richard Alley t for being an uncommon drunkard. Ho was found guilty, ami upon his promise to leave the City forthwith the justice let turn off, by paying the cosu. A /hoi Si ictel of Boston, was prosecuted for immoderati driving through the public streets, in this city, on the 7lh mat. the day of the last rare. Dt-fcndnnl pleaded nolo contendrc, and was fined $5, and costs.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

The officers and crow of the brig Casket, who have been under examination before the United Slate* Commissioner Woodbury, on suspicion of having heen connected with the sluve trade, were discharged on Saturday, sufficient evidence of the charge to make out a prima facie MM not having been brought ug:ii:i«t tlirm. The Hampshire Ft psoas state* lh:it Abbott l.iiwrenr«* of Ho»ton has made a don itnM of our thotiUi / •hlhirt towards the MMtlnfli of ;i tire proof ClniM-l ;\t\ t \ Ohnervntnrv, which it [■ proposed to Imitil on the hill in frmU of Amherst College. Olio router, the man who ntteinpted to murder the eajMMf of the I.ancnKter Bank, was sentenred in (he Court of Common Pleas at Worcester, Fiiil i\, to two dnvs Ko!it;iry rmifinemeiit and eighteen \e„r* hard labor in lilt? slate pnxon. Hon. Robert C. Winthrop bns been nominated as Whig candidate for re-election toCottgreiw from Sutt'otk, and has accepted the nomination. The story of the llutchinaons making $30,000 by their visit t...

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THE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

THE GALE. The Mercantile Journal of Just evening, contains an account of the gale ou Tuesday night in this vicinity, from which we lake the followiug :—The »ky was clouded during the day, and between two uud three o'clock, ihe wind commenced blowing fresh from the south-east, and continued In increase in violence until uhout 7 o'clock in ihe evening, when it blew v perfect hurricane, which conii *d until uhout 9 o'clock, when il began to lull, and al 12 o'clock tlie wind had subsided to a hre*h brecxe. We fear thnt the vessels on the coast have suffered severely. Fortunately, they had ample warning during the dtiy of the approaching gate. We understand that the barometer fell sixtenth* of un inch during the day. In the cily, signs, awnings, und slates from the roofs of houses, were blown down, together with many chimneys. Some fences which wen: exposed to the full force of the wind, were prostrated, und liou*e-kee|>ers whose blinds were not properly secured suffered some ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

Porter's Tavern. —We learn from the Courier, lhat Mr. Z. B. Porter closed his bar on Huti'liiv, nnd that lie has determined hereafter to close il on Sunday. Ity adhering to this course, he will do away one of the great evils which has disgraced our city and annoyed its inhabitants.— We hope that we t-hall no longer be disturbed by the driving of riotous hoys nnd young men through our streets on that day of the week, which has caused much pain to the people of ibis city, and has been attended with danger tn themselves. FiRR Department.—We have received a communication, signed W. A.—written in answer to one which appeared in our Inst; but as we " do not wish to provoke a useless controversy/* we have laid it aside for the present. W. A. snys the coat will not fit bis company. It was not intended to—being made for the •* b'hoys " in another section _f the city. He will perceive the communication was dated Cambridgeport. j£jto The ** Whig City Committee," chosen at a meeting of the Whig...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

MARRIAGES. In this city, Bth hist., by Key. Joseph W. Parker, Mr. Isaac A. Kknnev, of Cambridge, to Miss Mama L. pHKLrs, of Uosion. In this cily, 10th insl., by Rev. A 11- Muszey, Mr. Elijah Huti.kk, of Cambridge, io Mrs. I\imi J>. Adams, of Lowell. i In Somerville, l2thiust., Mr. EhcAcscr B. Spaulding lo Miss Cemnnlha Field. In Camden, Me., Walton Pitt*, of Cambridge, lo Miss Sarah E. Sjiear.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

DEATHS. In this city, 9th inst., Mrs. Dorothy Leavitt, relict of the late Dr. Roswell Leavitt, of Cornish, aged 70. 8th inst., Charles Tuttle George, 1 year 8 mos. In Lowell, 29th ult., Mr. John Dean, formerly of Cambridge, aged 64. In Jaffrey, N. H., Mary, wife of Moses Stickney of Jaffrey, and daughter of the late Jonas Hastings of Waltham, Mass., aged 89.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

OBITUARY. —Died in Cambridgeport, 25th ult., Mrs. Almira P. wife of Mr. Moses B. Houghton, and daughter of Gardner Pollard, Esq., of Lancaster, aged 36. The memory of a good life, is worthy to be cherished and perpetuated as a sacred boon to the present, and to unborn generations. The subject of this notice, was none whose virtuous excellencies of character, render her decease a fit occasion for a word of gratulation and monition, to the living. Of gratulation,—that, ere her course was run, she had applied her heart unto wisdom, that she might learn of the things that concerned her peace; —that thus it might be said of her, that she had walked humbly before God, that she had kept the faith, aud that, henceforth, there waa reserved for her a reward of glory, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, would reveal, when the jewels of his kingdom are made up. Of monition, —that wherein she did well, they should do likewise, if they, also, would inherit the promises to all those who persevere...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

Altl»OMINAI. Ml PI-ORTKRS. N. E. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, lIOMIIN, MANS. $~T Jawse. Frederick E«Mirr conilnnes to manufacture all the various approved ITIIiSMKS. at his Old rkaml No. aO5 (opyo.ite No. Waahiuglon street, eiilrancc hi Temple Aveuue. Alatt, AatK>NiN«i Hiei*oaraaa,for Prolapsus Uteri—Husr.Nsuav Baon, Km-.k C.ea, Ba< a Boaaaa, HraiL Siioks, lor delormed led, -■ Trusses repaired at one hour's notice, aud made to answer oflciillinea as well aa uew. I "he subscriber having wont a im*. himaell fur twetiiy-nve years, and titled so many lor ihe last leu jears, (Vela confldeu( iv being able to suit all cases thut may come lo him. Dr. Puncher's Truss, and Marsh's Truss, Dr. Hull's Truss, and Tttompsoii'a RHlchetTruas, and Ihe Winkers' Hocking Trusses, muy be had i.t lids eslahlislnneiit. Wtiinperiug Tubes and Ear Trunipels, that will rnable a person to con- ] verae low with one (lihi ia hard of hearing. i All Ladies Iv want of Abdominal Supporters or Trusses, wai...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

REAL KNTATK FOR BALK For the payment of Assessments levied for ex- ■ penses of a Common Hewer or Main Drain. \ rpHE |»roprietoi B of the several parcels of Real Es- j x nne hnrei-arW immeil, situalrd in Ward Two, in the city of Cambridge, are hereby notined that the - same are SBSnsnd, in tin- following sums, for ihe ex- \ penses of OMOtrtOßtfng a noiiimon sewer or main drain > from Harvard stieei, thiough Essex, Austin, Culuia- ' bi.i and riuie aiteeis, in said Cambridge, to tide- i water : that said uaaessmeuta have beea committed 1 lo Ihe isfaecriber, the Collector of Taxes for said City , or Canda-idge. for tlie years 1545 and 1846 : I Assessment- j Jos. E. Bsrpes, ivo houses und land, Norfolk Street, #24 00 | ZOSSS Crowell, m m " 24 00 Cfcao. Ilaimiiait, house « "26 00 Mather Hlttjwood, Jr., house «' " 16 00 Alex. C. Eearaoa, bssso " •* 16<»0 * John A. Pickering, two houses -' •» 24 00 Hiiml. P, Pkhsrkf, m •• <«2400 Joseph Ri>|m*s, li...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

CVWTRCCTION IN tUWIJIU. I HpllK ,ul»*cribers have contemplated opening a School for ' ■»■ lualruetliif Young Ladica and f.enlleiiicn 111 the at I ~r ft - l v I * lo «"«w"»ace Octiib-r Uth, at 7 o'clock, P. M , at (lie Mumc Academy of M. p. Itunruc, corner ol Pearl nnd Auburn street*, Cam bridge purl. Hie object ol the Instructor* will he to enable Iheir pupil* j. become l_i.rutuH.ly aoquatuUMl with tbn luanaiemciit ol lUc voire, audio become correct huieisls.ihM thei uiay ut rlorm Hongs, Duelta, Ulce* and Chorus*, with i" *i e "nil sTJrialou. lnor.ier to effect Ho., the uupil* wii.bc ."J. qua Mcd with Ihe Key. ~f a Piano FV,,., how to conTiru t Scale* on that instrument lor (he puipuse of aaceTUuiiini tor themselves the number of Plata nnd Sharps cui.iaiu-,1 in each Key, and how chorda are constructed Aa every pupil will he at tended to separately, it will be necessary thai the pupil* should Im- claaeed, and Mial Itie nuuiber ol null rUns ahould be llniited. The Instruction Book to ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

CLOTH INCr —row — FALL AND WINTER TRADE. TH.; Proprietor, of Ilia Exicu.ivc CLOTItIMI F_ 1 AIJI IrtIIMENT. teueisll, kuuv.ii a. il„ COMM■K C I A I) AX « Al> _, At Nn. OO I'niUDlarci.l Hired, lloati.i,, .re tonkin, llielr nrr.njcincni. n.l.v. lo lii.tr llir l.nl and met E.i.,,,1,,. mock ~l i-i.tyj-uiNi; »uj ri.ii-riiMi,,, i purcluuer. lo _Uci Irani, ilial can he found In ih. Union, aM ih,., u-uai.wiii, i|, e lon, experience nl Iheir Senior 1 !.,.*lr .' ",, "'t! r "■"—<" sniu.iul.iic. will, rrnde, lo ■id "Jrlilind ' ■**"' "•■■' "■• l "» 9 * ocl orctoTiiiMi i ini.lt ?.!__. '" oVI" !* "'" , '** l •TJ. »l CI.OTIIINO "»,».i.n,.' 10.i0.V ,'"". 1 «"'»'"<•«« riact limits, every itac'rlS" - " l "" ,ur '■"«'• «>a our Culler, uii.i.rpss.tal in ST_eil_.\ W. MAHHiI, Piano Forte &I?P$ Manufacturer Aurt MIMIC UK-l.liK, tn. 8 Mams Home, or 371 ll'athinglon Street, Ha. ion **} ONT.MJKH ih,- liii.iuca* of uiauuriicturiu, s.nhnToI Iri.i,, Im. on, ...

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POETRY. FOR EVER THINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

POETRY. FOR EVER THINE. BY ALARIC WATTS. For over thine, whate'er thi. heart betide, For ever thine, where'er our lot lie en.l— Fate, llutt nuiy rub us of nil tveullb be.ide, Shall lent, us love till life itself be |m.t. Tlie world may wrong v,—we will brave its hate : l-'ulse friends may change and falser hopes decliue; Tlhj' Isiwed liy cankering care we'll smile at fale, Since thou art mine, beloved, and 1 am thine I For ever thine—wlien circling years have spread Time's snowy blossoms o'er thy placid brow; When youth's rich glow, its pnqilc li'-lil is tlcil, And lilies bloom yvhere roses flourish now. Say, shall I love the fading lieuiity less, Wliose spring, tide radiance has lieen wholly mine 1 No ! come what will, thy steadfast Itulh I'll bless— Iv youth, in age, lliiuc own, for ever thine 1 For ever thine, nt evening's dewy hour, XVlien gentle hearts lo lenderi-Hl ll jilits incline; XVhen balmiest oilers from each closing flower Are breathing round me—thine, for ever thine ! ...

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THE MOTHERLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

THE MOTHERLESS. Deal gently wilh the motherless, Oh ! ye who rule their homes; Oust n.it it shadow on the brows Of those deep stricken ones. JSjieuk softly to the motherless ; A s.uldcned stream is stirred From the deep founts of memory, Willi every unkind word. There is a yearning iv each heart, For the sweet strain* of yore, A longing for the ltiolliei'i* voice, Which sounds for them no more. Re kind unto ihe motherless, Hesido thy hearth of glee, Should there some little lone ones rerfl, Give them thy fyinputhy. Look, parent, on ihy own f.iir ones, And think a mother's smile Once shed a sunshine o'er the brow Of every orphan child. Think of the hand which rested Once fondly on each head, The eye which gave back looks of love, Now silent, cold and dead. And give thee lo these craving hearts The little love ihey claim; Be mothers lo the motherless. In heart as well as name.

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MISCELLANY. THE USEFUL WIDOW. THE LITTLE MAID. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

MISCELLANY. THE USEFUL WIDOW. THE LITTLE MAID. BY REV. ABEL STEVENS. Daring the lost war, there lived in on obscure suburb of the city of Boston, a poor, hut devoted English woman, who, huving lost her husband soon after her emigration, depended for her subsistence on the earnings of her needle. Her neighbors were o( the lowest Cast, ignorant nnd vicious. She felt, amidst her poverty ond toils, that tied might have j , cast her lot in those unfavorable circumstances, foi | •some good purpose, nnd began zealously to plan for ihe religious improvement of the neighborhood.— j Among other means, she opened her litlle front '■ room, several times a week, for a prayer meeting ; and procured the aid of some pious Methodists, in j t conducting it. Much of the good seed thus scat- j irred, wilh a faith that hoped against hope, on n soil thst seemed bnt arid sand, produced fruit ; but | 1 confine myself to only one inslance, which, in its , diversified results can be fully estimated in eterni...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

• T%„d-4HHH^ " tfce- , lore h, A. M. lo 1 bclurv H o clock, P.M., also au Omnibus . ia nt 6 and out at I uVlork. From Old Cambridge toßoaloii 7 Tickels for %\W H M •* " aiugle hire li .. «■ •* « forty lie seta SOU From CAmbridft-porl to Boston leu lickstslbr 100 M i* " siiitleu.ro IU 1 n ,T TIIOMAH HTKARNrI. ! BOSTON, MOr.YT Al Bt'RN* -tSp KKE»H POM). Till. iloaU.ii, Mount tuburu, aud Fresh Pond Oinulbiiseti wtll slnrt f-om Hniille street. Huston, t-verv fllleeU f minutes from quarter ID b o'clock. A. M. to hall past 5 o'clock, P M. an.l from Fresh Pond Hotel ever) flfWn luiuutealrom S o'clock, A. M , to hall oast li o\ lock, P. M.--and from Mount Aiihmn every HUcen miiiule* Iroui S o'clock, A. M.lotiuai tcr lo 7 oYlock. P. Mdingle larts JO cents ( Hiv lickeU •1,00 i Cambridge, June Itj. rAMBUH>«K A.\l> CAMimiI>UKIH>RTOLD LINK. /■lllft Cambridge, I'ambrhlgeport and lloaton Omnibuses I atari from Cambrian al every hour nud hall ua*l every h...

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