ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Cambridge Chronicle Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 457,205 items from Cambridge Chronicle, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
457,205 results
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

Second Meetino or the SirisiXT.ssents and Teachers or Sunday Schools lit Huston Tuttday Evening.— The Winter Kireet Church, says the Doaton Journal, was again thronged br those interested in Ihe movement now making on the part of tbe superintendents and teachers of Sunday schools, for the purpose of adopting means for the suppression of tha many temptations which assail the youth of Boston. Professor Brooks, us chairman of a committee appointed at the previous meeting, reported a memorial ta the cily government for consideration, which, after heing fully discussed snd occasioning some diversity of opinion upon the measure, was recommitted, without instructions, for the further consideration of the committee. Mr. Brooks being obliged, from olher engagements, to decline acting on the committee, tbe lion. J. C. Park was substituted. Harvard Colceck—On Tuesday laat at ihe Semi-annual visitation of the Overseers, the customary autumnal Exhibition by members of the Senior and Junior class...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

MARRIAGES. In this city, 16th inst., by Rev. Henry Mills, Sedgwick L. Plummer, Esq. of Gardner, Me. to Anna L. daughter of A. Edwards, Esq. In Brookline, 8th inst., by Rev. Thomas Worcester, Mr. Robert Carter, of Cambridge, to Miss Ann Augusta Gray, of Brookline. In Bowdoinriam, Me., 1st inst., Mr. Harrison R. Hubbard, of this city, to Miss Ann L. Eaton, of B. In Waltham, 15th, by Rev. Mr. Hill. Mr. Wm. E. Butts, of New Bedford, to Miss Maria E. Adams.

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

DEATHS. In this city, Monday evening, Mrs. Delia, wife of Lyman Thurston, formerly of Boston. In this city, Frances Brown, only daughter of Walter M. and Mary A. Wilson, 3. In this city, 10th inst., Thomas Breeze, Esq., Purser U. S. Navy, a native of Newport, R. I. In Boston, 15th inst., Joseph Rumrill, 33. In Boston, 12th inst., Mrs. Mary H. wife of Hon. Edmund Dwight, 58. In Charlestown, 15th, Mr. Shubael Hobart, 40. In Somerville, 13th, Mrs. Lydia Wilkins, late of East Unity, N. H., 75. In Somerville, 19th inst., Edward Labbotteire, 40.

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

NKW RAISINS. lARF.tsll MtI.AUA RAlBln'S.t'ask .id Pny, for side hi ' 1 V. HOLMS* A I'll MM A prime lnlnf in ANIHRRIF.s, 0.1 I , tlolu.i.M'. \M.nre-N f.rtiit.l liclomllr*. I. ..aw nf the heal and niti.t popular Sialielnea of tk. day. Rand I'tf ree.i.nuienil til.iiia no em fi.urtk pale. AIUXIMI.VAI. SI I'l'llllTl.KSk. N. X. TRUiSS MANUFACTORY, lIDHTON, MASS. IT JrtiMr. FrrSrrlelt Fosiler rniilinncs 10 mi.ii. far lure all the .arris** npprnvrd TRllrtrtt.l*. al hi- f Ikl Miami No. 3.1.-1 [opposite Nn .'',.[ Waakliiiluii sin, l, ci.t. slice in Temple Avenue. Atsn, Asm..,nil. Ruppaiaiass, for Prolan*.*. IMerl SnSpraaa.sv ll«ns,Ka«a rara, B.C. Il.i.ana, Sltaißnoi!.. Inr ilelnrn.eat Hilt.- Trusses repaired nt nne knur's iioliee. and in.de In answsr oflenllnio. aa well as n.iv. Tkeaul.. srrttwr havmi .in a Trna. kl,n»lr rhr iwenty-llve years, and Riled .o many tit ike last lea year., feel, renin. deal In heln, nf.te to suit alt cases that may cant, in kint. Dr. Fletcher'. Tina., and M.rahi. ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

oC*** NOTICE.—The present limits are inadequate to accommodate my numerous retinue of cusloiuers. On Ist of February next, I shall curauiei.ee to erect a " Stupendous Worthoust,*' sufficiently large to accommodate my friends and numerous customers. " Large as the present House is, it is not sufficiently large;" ** Spuctous, it is not sufficiently spacious;'* '* brilliant in appearance, it is nut i-ultu-.i.-iiiiy ("dttunt. This Oignniic House, the (r'lory tf Boston, is to come down, and a Jjargtr, more Spacious, ami lint Hunt Establishment is to lake its place. Tiiese nniiic* have been applied Iv my establishment by those that are an(piaiuteil with the real character Oak Hall : Such as "tl superior Mart,** •* a Prineety Warehoute, ■* a vast 'I'rading Area," ** a Matchless Establishment " '•a Theatre of Unbuundtd Trade,*' "a Stupendous Schrme," ** am. Extensile Marhtt," ** a Triumphant Achievement,*' **a Sphere of Extraordinary Operations,** "an UnApproachaUe Wonder." Such names will ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

KKila tvrAIK FOR MALK .for (A* payment of Assessments levied for ex- * peases of a Common Sewer or Main Drain. \ CpHK proprietor* of the several purcels of Real Es- j J- Ule hereinafter imiotd, siluateii hi Ward Two, ia the cily of Lambi idge, are Itcrrlty ix'tibed tlial lite ] same are asse**eil. in the following sums, fur the ex- { neiises of consirueiuig v common sewer or main drain * from Mm v.ir.l street, iliiouf*!! Eax*x, Austin, Culum- } itia ami Slate sueels. in said < '.unhridge, lo lids- i waler : lhat asJJ asssj*auj|BM]tj huve laren commilled ' to Cite suliscrilier, ttssj Colle-cloT of Tuxes for said Cily , of OssssMdfS, lor the \e;u* IM-I5 and 1H46 : < Assessment, j Jos. E. Bur'iee, iwo houses and land, Norfolk sueel, 4J24 00 ] Zenas Crowell, « H " 24 00 Chms. Harniimtt, house " "26 00 Msiber Haywood, Jr., house " *" 16 00 Alex. C. Pearson, house ** •' 1600 ' John A. Pickering, two houses " " 24 00 Saml. P. Pickeriuj(, •* •• " 24 00 Joseph IL'pe*. l...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

INMTRL'CTION IN HJ*WMs fIIHE sulsscrltNTs have . .mini.pint. .1 nutming * School fur -■. it'slnii'iiiii Vmm k ..ml 1., nil. ~.. Uit-srt ..I . "«IV** *" ru «"'Heuce O-clolwr lull., ut *! o'clock, V. M., '■! the Music Aciultsiiiy ol 11. P Monroe, comer ol Fe*il and Aitloirii il reels, Camfirtisgrpori. Tlie ohjeel ..I (lit- Instructor* will It*- lo fiialde tt.t-ir pupils f lo inMi.iite it.iwouilily ..uiuauiled «nl, v,„ i,iHii«t.t-iiii:iit •>*' tlir voice, suit lo become correct mm i-u, Him ilut m„i p.-i--IOTHI Holla*, lltltU-, (.Ur,:a Sll.l C lull Hot:. Willi hi'lp „,,,'■ ~,,•. cisiou. hi order lo cflrcl tins, the will t.e nmoe m, iiuainled with tbe Keys of * I'iniio Fori*-, h..v, In e<»ti»i|-iiei * Hcalea on thst ui*ti iiim-in lor the uuiuimt- v* naceriruutn, t..r v ilinmM.lv. » Ihe riimib.-rr.tr i"ln ami Hharyscoolaiued iiieiu'h V Kr,, ennl how chord* ur«* .-nui.tfii.ii,) a As every pupil v*- ill lie al tended to seiismtely, it will he tir- 1 cessary llmi the ui...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

CLOTHING —roa — FALL AND WINTER TI.ADE. ratlii; rmiirieior* st the K-ilen.ivr CLOTIIIM. R& -I- TAIIMriIIMENT, generally known us H..Vo M M ft*. RVI A la AgCAD X. At Sit. Hi} Commercial Street, fto->tt.,i, areuiiikuig their ai-raii.cUM-i.l* a,si v. lo bays ihe Ims! md moal LvteiiHse mock m i IliTlilM. and * l.O'llls i,, r PaSTaaasi-s in sekrei hum, Mini ran lr louitit in ihe li mi,, and Ihey irusl.unh the Urn* ei|»vrk'(ice oi ihi'ir Hen It. r Itiriiii.r, and ibeir etUi.sive HCt;u«li.lnnce Willi IVoife, it. srovj to all who will i«ke ilu iroitbl* lo aaan.ine (Mr rtlntk, Unit Hie) i.all, linui the b. »l Sluck tit CLOTIIINIi lo lie Itiniul All v*l l(J nre in S-..1.1 of || lt - |~-„, „,,-,, „, CLOTH IMG iii.in' tv t.i.ler, Mill in,,! urn riiitck ut Plkca Co o every KTme U " llL - ,rlUkU; - ■"•« «'«r Cutlers !.u.ur,.a-M.J'in Their' rtio. k ..I lor thu,, n MM iI lo wet w. sum , I* .uobahlv tha BIOS* evt. i,-iv, ~, aY, ,„ JoTi tUi ' i,„ OOVK < BUssUB J*. (O...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
POETRY. From the Saturday Courier. ECHOES FROM THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

POETRY. From the Saturday Courier. ECHOES FROM THE PAST. BY AMANDA M. EDMOND. A -lit Hi chord Ul'me IJ Within m> ssssl «TnM Mil nil, • To Immi ibe n.iipk- melody. The rarol of a bird. It broke upon niy ruptured ear Amid ill*- woodbind wild, Just as it used to sound bcfoie 1 ceased to I*3 a child. Il brought l»e Lark iv beaut, hii»hi, The days of long ago * When wiib the bland of childhood aarm, My puis*.* wus wont lo lluWs Who*} my young spirit li -id nol dr.ived Beyond my home*-' sweet bowers, Nor dreamed of itiings more beaiiliful 'i'bati bird*, and Iflßll, and aWwaM* (), how a linle thing will wake, Willi magical control, Tbe echoes that we deemed bad pa.*.-ed Forever from ibe soul. A bird, ;i flower, or c'en a leaf. An old familiar *otmd, Will mike our -mints tread again, Our youth's enchanted "round. And like BOBBf BSjafl up utreain srl lire, That hath BSJM long conline.!. Our ineuirory, like v sudden flood, Co inert rushing o'er tfkfl nond. Slie Viug* tlie dear lain...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MISCELLANY. [From the American Review.] MANSION OF JOSEPH BONAPARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

MISCELLANY. [From the American Review.] MANSION OF JOSEPH BONAPARTE. Conductors of Lnomsji Nrwspa i'ehk.— In the rt Ii icH of the press there is a point ttbfCfa has long been a vexed question. Is it morally necessary that the personal political opinions of the editor of a journal or the salaried author of its articles, should be in accordance with those which the] journal advocates and supports ? The mass of! mankind would answer at once in the nlliriiialivc, from mere moral instinct, and without even considering the question. It U a point, nevertheless, on which opinions have not been at all unanimous ; nnd instances can certainly be produced of respectable men conducting a journal, in the capacity of its salaried editor, which took a part in politics contrary to their private opinions nod feelings.— During the period when the Times newspaper supported the Tories, and opposed ilm doctrines of tin* Whigs and Liberals, its principal editor was Mr. Barnes, whoso personal feelings were...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

TWi-V****!!^ ('Miiiliridset before ami, east every Injur, from {• In lore 7 oYh.rk, \. M., i.» I i t'li.r*.' 1 o'elncK, P. M.,aiul from is |lrutile nlreet, Bosli'li. 1 liefore ami { prut every hour Irom . t.e ■ lore b, A. M. lo . licit.re b v cluck, V. M.t also an Oiiiutuu* in ill 6 sad out nt V oYlock. rlßßii From OlilCunihriilie lo llu-Mon 1 nckri* lor *l mi ** *■ " M nIUS,!* Ihi ..' |} *' *' " '* lurl > Hi kl'U 5 Ut) From CambrlilißUorl lo lloslon ten ticket* for 1 iki '* " " spulef'tre l\!\ m 7 THOMAS rtTK*.RNH._ H(IMO\, MOI.VT AI'BI'HN, AM* fr'UKHIf Tin; Boston, Moitni Auburn, ami Fresh Pond Omiilhiists will Start (Vtnn Unit tie stm-l, Helton, every fllteeli minute* from ''iiarler to fj o'clock, A. M to Imll |otsi 5 o'clock, 1' M. mill lioiii l-'rt"li I'tiuil Hotel everj IllWeo minute* from 9 o'clock, A.M , to hall paM 6 o'clock, I. M ■ ■ml I'rom Monnl Aulmru ever* llllettn minute* Irom 'J o'clock, A. M.io ijiiarier to 1 o'clock. I*. MHuitfle Dura '*> ecu ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

HULMIM'H Nature's Grand Restorative. i""" 1 ' um^Kli fw v - <■* dyhpei-hia on lNmnfertTioN, dwkahki) i iv-,,, JAUNUIt;B, HIIsUQUH CHOUt . (MimiVKsiH'jt, U>dH OF AITKTITK. ASTHMA, bll.l.lOUf UIH ' ORDRR4, WORMtf.NERVOUB(:OMI'I. A INTrJ FAIN IN THKHIIH?,HbbKI>|N(. ATTUr' ' tt TOMACU, COLUH AND (.'OUUHH OF LONC. STANDING, lIOAKBEIN tHri, SHORTNESS OF fIRKATII, UA HICKNKHH, Ac, «tc. J. 11. IIOLMAN, Proprietor, Pf*>. TO < ornl.lll, BoMton. A. It KID, Agent for I'nnit. rbtgc, 1 olumblu oin-o-.-e Null oil. Sireci* Tlda Medicine in afa. wariu.ii*;, chevrlni otul uivl*.ormj| ( »; imttire, lonl I* never known to weaken ttu. patlsnt; whtrii it I* v*. ell known many oilier ('athartles have directly hi, „J poalte tcHileni.v. It baa a moat powtrful IniUituir c, arjt«ad ed hy no other medicine, vi removing NERVoUIJ ( I'LAINTri. It is plaasasi lt> lake, and in It* operation .» uuictiKo, that it muy lm administered to the teiitier mfa...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1846. NUMBER 26. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 20, 1846.

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SELECTED. From the Columbian Magazine for November. THE FOREST MAIDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

SELECTED. From the Columbian Magazine for November. THE FOREST MAIDEN. BY MRS. D. ELLEN GOODMAN. It was a low-roofed, humble log house in the heart of a Western wilderness. At its rude doorway stood two beings gazing out upon the wild but magnificent scenery—the proud giant trees with their tall branches rising toward the blue skies; their glossy leaves trembling in the Summer breeze and forming a curtain through which the bright sunbeams poured over the rich sward at their foot —the wild flowers peeping out from the dark shadows of their huge trunks, and the scarcely trodden footpaths winding over the velvet turf from the narrow clearing about the cottage. A low, thrilling carol, from v ll uttering bird now und then broke the stillness, and fur away down Ihe shady ravine wus faintly heard the soft murmur of a rippling stream. The eyes of the young maiden ut the door wondered delightedly-over ihe quiet scene, und there was v light in Iheir blue depths and a dimpling smile about the ...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
From Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. A THRILLING NARRATIVE. REMARKABLE CONDUCT OF A LITTLE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

From Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. A THRILLING NARRATIVE. REMARKABLE CONDUCT OF A LITTLE GIRL. I The following Mlraorrlinar, act »-.. rH-riiirmcwl by . child in l.j-ons not long ago. according to a riinlirtonl.l p.rsar. | An onfiirinnstr. artisan, tho father of a family, waa Hrprivgd of work hjr the drpromod .tnte of hi. trade daring tho whole winter. It was with great difncally that ha ronlrl get a tnorael nf food now and then for hi. famished wife «nd chililren. 'i'liinir. grew wotse and worse wilh him, anil at | length attempting lo rise one morning, for the purI pose of going out us usual in quest of employ mem, he fell back in a fainting condition beside his wife who li id lately been confined to her bed by illness for two months. The poor man fell himself ill und his strength entirely gone. II« hud two boys yet in mere childhood, und one girl about twelve or thirteen years old. Eor v long time the wholo charge of the household had fallen on the girl. She hud tended lie: sick be...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, At his office, corner of Main and Magazlne Streets, over the store of Joseph A. Holmes & Co., Cambridgeport. TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE. TWO DOLLARS PEB ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for six mouths. Single conies, four cents. May be obtained at the University Bookstore, Cambridge; Mr. Work's, and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT. MR. GEORGR RUPP is our authorized agent for East Cambridge, and will see to the delivery of the papers in that Ward ; and will also transact all business relative to the Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to subscribe or advertise, will please call on him. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisements not exceediug 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion, 0 50 Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 By the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 Business Cards, 1 year, 6 00 " " 6 months, 3 50 " " 3 months, 2 00 Advertisements exceeding 12 lines charged in pro...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

The Trkaty with ntt Win.\» bacoes. The Union says—"The provisions of the treaty which has been concluded will r.oi, we believe, le i published in detail till v shall have been submitted to the Senate for ratification. We nudlielma ■ general, however, ihat by its stipul.iiions, the \\ hi- ; nchagoes quitclaim to the Cnited Slates all the ler- ■ ritory which they now inhabit, and to whit h they have the full title of oceup:.ney. Th.s Iract em-; braces, we believe, ahmU IJMOJUW acres. In t.*l--d'ltion to this, the Indians rede all the title win. h j Ihev claim to between 2,m»0,1.r>il and 3,oort,*MM> of acres more, being ihe to use ihe same a* a hunting ground. This treaty w ilh lh.it entered into la-xt spring with ihe Pollawnlomies,evlin-ois!ies all Indian title whatever to lands comprehended in the new slate of lowa. Tho Indians are lo remove, from Ihe lands Ihus cedod, within one year. In consideration of this cession vf laud on the part of Ihe Indians, the gove...

Publication Title: Cambridge Chronicle
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
x
Loading...
x
x