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WHIG NOMINATONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

WHIG NOMINATONS. For t.overoor, <iEOlt.il. N. IlKltiliS, of rilTaiiiii'. For Lieut.-Governor, JOHN REKI). of Viiionu For Representative to Congees*. DUlric No. 4— JOHN G. rALFRF-YofCaedKi'l.e. — , For Senator.—Mi.Hfcnaev Comity. Cttvis Barri*p, nf AdibaJ. Joairu T. lUr*;iaoHals, of Cambridge. J.'i.a A. tia,!Bk, of Lowell. j Th„«i> tnilM, of South Reading. Ht.a.aT Srrsrr*. of AsJiby. j l>.a il. Illir.li, oIW a, Unci. I __^__————.—— I

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GOVERNOR AND LIEUT. GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

GOVERNOR AND LIEUT. GOVERNOR. The following are the replies of His Excel. .•ii-\v , George X. Biiggs, and His Honor John Reed, in ■ reply to ihe Utter of Hon. Charles Hudson, chair- • 1 man of the Convention al which they were n jii ii> ' attd fcr re-e!cclioD lo their respective offices : PITTSFIELD, Oct. 6, ISItK li i 7>rirr Sir —l.a*t evening I receive*! your l> itei f, nf ihe 30lh Sepl.. in which ycu say. lhal "*yua are 1 directed by the U big .Stale Convention, which ;isi sembled at Boston on ihe 23*1 of .September, lo inI form nit*, i' ..i I was tselrcled as the candidate far ■ ihe office of Ciiovernor of this Commonwealth far •, the ensiling year, and lo ask my aceepiance of s .id 'nomination." I accept the nomination. Feeling ■ : deeply how f..r ihe people of my native common ! wealth liave honored me, beyond any merit which i 1 possess, 1 am sincerely grateful for (hi* new lis- .' itmonial of confidence extended to it..- by the Whig I convent...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

Spanish Royal Marriaues.—Among the mosl exciting subjects which had been recently agitated in France and Great Britain, when the > Caledonia left England on the 4th inst., was that of die Spanish Royal Marriage; viz: the marriage of the Hue, 11 wiih her cousin, the duke of Cadiz, and ,of her majesty's sister, the prince? 9 I.ouisa, with the French Due de Monlpensier. The latter was strenuously opposed by the parly of M. Thiers, and protested against by the English government. Public attention in Paris, says one of the English journals, is fived on the marriage between the Due 'de Mouipensier and the Princess LhuM of Spain, . and the consequences arising therefrom, lo the exclusion of all other subjects. The interest this affair has creaied has been intense, and if still by no means subsided. The newspapers have been tilled with it ; the Bourne has been convulsed by jit ; ihe conversation of every circle has been about it. The opposition newspapers, especially the National...

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RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. India Missions. —The Bishop of Madras, in speaking of ihe success of the Missions uf the English church in India, says ! I speak the words of truth nnd soberness, when I say that the gospel is making a steady progress in India, and moat especially in Tinnevelly ; and ihat though man may doubtless hasten, be cannot possibly stop it. lum fully aware of the import of my words, when I declare my persuasion thut there is among the nutive Christians of India a faith ns sound, a hope as certain, und v charity us real und abiding, us CM he found in tho most favored Christum hmd ; anil I wish from my heart ihat tho gospel were ns precious lo all professing Christians among ourselves, its it is to hundreds of those poor mill too-often despised men, who have been called, by God's grace milling tho labors of our missionary clergy, out of tho darkness of paganism to his marvellous light. The Madras Christian Intelligencer, for Tels-ru-aiy, March, and April, 1840, gives al...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

A new Democratic Eh a.—Mr. Brtnkerhoff, in a communication published in one of the journal* of Ohio, speaks of ihe prospective annexation of more Mexican territory to the United Stales in terms of strong protest. He has not proved himself to he a man of constancy to his professions on all occasions. But if ihe following remarks are nothing more than electioneering feelings they speak well for tin. supposed state uf public sentiment in the district he represents. The great question whether California shnl) be acquired as slave or free territory, is postponed for ■ the present ; postponed for ihe future action of the . people nnd of iheir representative*. A more im- j pnrtant question, one more widely and deeply nff- j ecting the interests of future empires nnd of unborn ' generations, was never before submitted to any ] people. God grant that men of the right melal ' may he found to meet it I And may the curses of an indignant world light upon the head of the recicant ! I urn happy l...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. Monday, Oct. 26— In meeting of tho Mayor |U d Aldermen — Petition oT Joseph 11. Jennings und fifteen others, that the city assert its right to certain grounds encloned by tho Universalis! Society in Cambridgeport; read and referred to Committee on Public Property. The committee on main drains and common sewers, to whom was referred (ho petition of Frederic Hughes, submitted a report that the petitioner have leave to withdraw. The same committee, to whom was referred tho petition of G. N. Comer, submitted a report, recommending that tho superintendent of streets make such change in the grading of the gutter, as to carry off the waste water compluined of. Accepted. Ordered, That this Board liold a sessioo on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 6 to 9 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of receiving evidence of the qualification of voters whoso names are not borne on the printed lists, and of entering such names thereon; mid on Monday, Nov 9, from 9 to 10 o'clock, A. M-,...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

Lyceum Lectures.—On Friday evening ihe I veeuin in the first ward of this oitv was opened, and an introductory lecture was deli veered by GBarge*& llilinril Esq. und I poem by Dr. C. W. Holmes. List evening Mr. Henry S. Hudson delivered a leclure upon Sh.ikspnar's " Lear." Beside* the gentleman above named, the Rev. Dr. Walker, Charles Sumner Esq., Hon. Win. Slur*,is, Rev. [>r. Putnam, Mr. Ralph W. Emerson, Professor Lovering, Mr. Wendall Phillips, and Hon. Horace Mann, have been invited to deliver lectures. The course is lo consist of twelve lectures, lo be deliverer! successively ou Wednesday evening of earli week nt 7£ o'clock. litis ton and WooNioncr Ram.an -xi..— A j Itrgc meeting was held on Tuesday List at .New ion ! 1 |||"T Falls, of gentlemen in f.ivnr of tvli.il is called tin. I'ettee route of the proposed railroad from Bunion Iv Woon-orkei, as a portion of the direct rsilro d from Ilp-ttnn to New Yotk. Rosion and U nonsocket .""I nil ihe iot»T.itedu...

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CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. 1 09" The inhabitants of llie City of Cambridge, ( qualilied as the law directs, are hereby notified to assemble in their respeetite Ward-rooms, to-wit, Lyi ecuni lli-ll in Ward One, ihe City Hall in Ward Two. Hand llie Veslry of llie Uuiversalist I'hurch in Ward 'l'hree, on Mokhat llie muth day of Novemlier next, ut eleven o'elui k in the forenoon, then and there To give in their votes for a Governor und Lieuteni .nut ti over nor of ihe Commonwealth; tor fix Senators * for llie County of Middlesex ; and for three Itepre-Bt-iilatiws lo represent ihe City of Cambridge in the next General Court; — alt on one ticket. Also, In give iv iheir votes for a Representative of said Common wen llh, iv the Congress of the United States, for Dish id Number Four. Also, to give in iheir votes for one person, resident in Ward Two, in mi id cily, for an Overseer ol the Poor, to fill a vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. ttiuiuu P. Claik. (v > -11 is ot tiered, t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

I N. B.—The Mayor and Aldermen will be in session 'nt ihe City Hall, on Saturday, Nor. 7, from 6 to 9 ! oVlmk, r. m., and on Monday, Nov. 9, from 9 lo 10 | o'clock, A. M., for the tasfpsto of receiving evidence 'of the (piatifiratioiit* of voters whose names an: not I borne on the printed lifts, antl of unlet bf lOCO names i thereon.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

(0" NOTICE.—The present limits nre iiiarittjiiate to my iiiiiuerous retinue tf cunloiners. ;On Ist of l-'ebi-iiiiry next, I sluill OupntaartO to erect 11 j " Stuptnduus TrarsJshsjM.** snlliciriul)' largo to ur.ronij modulo my fricmls and iinmeioiid riiftornerti. *' Large :an llie proafftl House is,, it in not millineolly lur%e; * !** Spaciteit-f, it itt not stilTK-ienlly spacious;" " Brilliant iin appearaoWt it is not aonkSwit!*; bnlliant. This , GrgHflttO House, the (ilury of Boston, in to come down, and a Larger, mote Spucfua, anil Brilliant Kstul,li*hmnit in lo liike its pliue. These names have been applied lo my eflat>U*hmeal by those that nre ac(|iiainte.l with the real character of Oak liatl : Such •At* *' a IMwritlT Mart," "o Princely Warehouse, "a \ it.t»r Trading Area, 1 ' M a Malchlee* IC\tuldii»hir\rnt," ,'• a Theatre of Unl*,und<d Trade," " a Stupendous St heme" " tin Extriisi-e Market," "o Triumphant ', Athieiiment" "a Sjthcrr of Extraordinary Ojxr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

r» nii 11. a a hi.c g IT- BOOT at SKOta STORE. X?" NATHAN RUSSELL, JR., lill HAHI. ' BLOCK, Opjiuiite tli, IJniveriulid Church, Main ttrtct, ( tMBKIDUErUUT. The I'nlri.ii ig r ..ri'oriner runtomer. rtsslit-t-tfnll* solicited. Jtr Uetiamiig 11..11. n» ftirinerly, hy Mr. I.I'KANT I J. A. lIOI.MKK i It)., Ju,ie/ion 0./ ../.„,. strtrt, IfatertOun and Urinttton Howl*. <;,;.M:itAL ahkobtment of WEST INDIA HOODS AND GROCERIES. nn rrora a. i.kathh, FAM I L V BTOR E B , M.tr«tiK.l,'. I'or.i-r. Mnii, Slrt-i-l, IJAMBBIDIIHI'OHT. TV(londs .It'llvenal tv .11 anilso! tin; City.nt stiorl nnticc. | 1.1 7 I W 11,1.1 AM lIINM-nVIILL, WEST INDIA GOODS, — INOKAMII>V «HO('ERIKS, Camukiduk Htrket, KAj*T OAMtaUMIB. HJj* Qoodl delivered in any pari ol llie city wjiboui e\trn 1 ilisrue. 3hi M-pl it WO(II) Sc lIAI.I-, -Vosj. 5 and O llt«rrnril Ittov. * .tmliridsie, (Oppoitile llie \ei\\\ MtOOU) Will cotirtt'.iitly keep as goo-t nnd geiier.i! sn asSOftOWOt ol WEST INIPIA CQQIIS And tJltt...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

Gt'AKOIAN'S BAI,K OF HKAb ESTATK, • Will fa*, .old at I'ullic Auction, b| virtue of n LlceMS In.in K5 ? °Sf t 2LPr l *!sB ,r «"Wh»a« County, on TIU'RilDAY, the anli day of Novt.ml.tr tmU, m *„ Vl-nk, P.M. TWO tiii.livul.-..Jfourth tiarlsul Iffs 1-n.ui lio.-t, niliinted i in Hint ..an t.i -Camliililfa tallf.lfr, ri " ! i IV Inst l„i, coutnillllif atioill Hurt,-three Uii,mi-.0..1 ~.,,,»,. be, l» bounded ttm lultuwi, uaim-l} . (In Hro.ttlwity i w ,i luoi.ln ti nnd lourteen feel; oil t'nliliubin air. el t.i.e looi.lrt.l nml liineijtlil leel ; oil Kllll alrirtt one lilliuirt-it and f.llwi-lil I.e't mid oil land ol iient and other* nod Hum, two hu..<!ud ami BlMt.'ll IH'I. The second Jul, cotitiui nr aboul tweiity-*,iie iliiiiiMinri square feet, is bounded iv l'.]|i.w., mom I) rtorlbi .1, mi 1 Main slreet ilurt> fen I ■ssneril »vi.i wSsterll b] lamb m ; UmSHrt .fe bridles seven tiiin.irtil hel, and soulliiri, h> biiiill o Duvcnuort 4 I'ridtjt--. Hurl) feel,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

K2...U.. KSTATK FOR iALS For the payment of jLUse§*mthU let ud for expenses of a Comiiioii Setter or Alain Drain. 'IMIK proprietor* of the sevei.il panels of I tea I K«- -* tale bereiuaftor named, sitimii d in \\ .ml Two, in the cily Of raii'briilj<e, nre heieby notified that the fame arc asi*es>ed, in llie following sums, liir the expenses ot constructing a common sewer or main drain horn Harvard street, ihtou K h Eases, Austin, Columbia and Slate sheet.., in «,iid Cnmli-fiitge, lo tidewater ; tliiti «a'nl assossntfOlS have been committed la the subscriber, the C..11eM..r ..f Taxes for said Cily ol Ciuutirul-e, fur the je.us 1 13 and IrtlO | Assepsmenl. JOS. E. Mm pee, two boOSes and land, Norfolk ' *"•*• MIOO Zoom Cnmtll, m .. .. 2 \w i baa. Il.inm.ait, bwM " « 26 00 .Math, i Haywood, Jr., house " ••« 10 00 Alex. C. Pcaipon, lioii.-e " •< lfi 00 John \. Pickering, tun liuiirH-a " *« 24 00 Paul. P. Pickeiuc, *' " " 24 00 1 JtiMjih Ftofsra, house ami...

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POETRY. THE FARMER'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

POETRY. THE FARMER'S SONG. Thefolloxxing >~.|.r..,.. 'i..lf i>J*»" *" "■* " l ''"' ,sce„.««'rli,.,slllirK..ex A,,i...11.u..l Socie.y, »> I.yiin. It i. IVe..-. *• I-"' "' ,l "' "°"' L "" , ■ ul" .Nexvhtirypoil. Oner rwiir uk.i.l SS lull .est (ieM«, Willi iiuluiiiii*. sloto. eiiilirowoed, Willi Aimers nn.l dull. .."'I |»Ut» B' ; "" In t'irli proiiii.inll rtoxxne.l, Behind oitl' step. *' lr "tiuiuirl Ssl-S, H.liiii.l us all amattr Ttie hue. that .villi ilirit (hfj paint Tlte clu.ittg liute of >rur. Once tntite *u've .ten lit.- |jt-iii.tl earth Flint, winler from Iter ..t.i.s. For v. unfold her ii.ißlny litattl, Ami gire tl. all he ll.alius | Once ratire we're niel ltd MM'» '"". Amid lh« hhtie of June, Ami gathered limine** Is.unlit'S in, Ueneath the harvest iv.,1.11. 'I'he fi.re.t lenTe., ..f hue ... fresh, i,ie fllrexta. n.nl xxiilie.nl miui'l ; The voire, of Ihe xvinier .tor.n Sweep o'er ihe ttake.l irrnuiid *, The hint, thai filled the liv...

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MISCELLANY. THE LESSON. A TALE OF DOMESTIC LIFE. "WORK WHILE IT IS DAY" From the Boston Journal. SEA SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

MISCELLANY. THE LESSON. A TALE OF DOMESTIC LIFE. "WORK WHILE IT IS DAY" From the Boston Journal. SEA SONG. Three young ladies wore sealed in n rich apart- i incut. They were lb* Misses An,mi.ln and l'mma • His, and tlii'ir mii.in Delilah Cnrltttn. Tfcl latter | was engaged in the womanly occupnlioli of tfff- j nig ; tlio l\vo former in discussing, crilloally, I '.all | .'which all ihtee had been present ihe pructdii.g , Xl'llillJ*. ; " I iliin'l like lhal Mr. Ilarlon nt all," said Miss I Amanda, continuing tb.l conversation. " Nor MM either," responded .Miss Emma, who ( •.xaslhe rldrsl. " Ami why mil, rniisin," asked Delilah, " I nut ' ( saro h.! is h.imlsuiiic enough, id ho not ?" , " Yes ; hut—" | ." Bui what, coz ?" said sho to Emma, who hnd ; sjiolxen last. " Surely his Itmnnfrs nre ploasitig, ! ,id ids hinging.! polished, xvilliout utVcr.tntion." i '■ Yt's, its, hut for nil Ihat hi* is vulgar," said I'liima, pettishly, " vulgar in his ideas." "Vulgar I" oxoliiimod Dclilnh, " yn...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

CAMBRIDGBPORT NUBSSRT. coi.rMiilA SUHS!. SAMUEL FOND, -NURSERYMAN, < .iiiibriiluepori, .Mums. ■"■"AS for -title s rl.oirc MgaMMM "!" HUH TIIBR, MM. MllltritH. KOO'lrS. nml VINKS. Aniona tliem nre ihe bM Hiul inukl spprtive.) kln-lt of AjM'le, rttsr, Plum, Clierr>, Pi sell, A|inr*<l, I .nipt; Vine*, Asparagus, nwbarn, i*<»tr Stocks, AMIS da, I'lnm.lo. rnininl.tJoonel.errv, Katßbem. *c TRBbO, ot mi siva sue, nlwiiys on Im ml, mul will lie soli) lnwrr tlmii nl nny other place in ihe Hmte. Tbe Pears nml Pjuinba are s]J oa ihs HwrfUai Betto«, ninl iiel on ihe l'r.ieli, m. nin-l Of IhOM SOW Hi Ihe Wviii.ty ■ a 11..M0n. Onliri- lert nt Ihe Nnr-ery will tie fills-si tlie-ncref.liiigtl.iy, earalMl) iimke.i to >o wuu mv tj to sn> pari im ihr conitry. Ai so-An bain (Inc 10l of llwitrl Pi nr nml Apple Trees. *»* Onlertt left with Itt in.i.r.-, Noi hm-; A Msr-o.i, over Uuin.'s n.-iii Mrtrkt-i, will hr aromptlf atfeoied ka, Hllf _'...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

Abdominal -Supporter*. NEW KN-titAND TEUPS MANUFACTORY, llo.lon, MHI* JAMKN FRKDKIUCK ' iimnulsiliirr nil llie vnrmus tu-l-ruVe.l IKI ** rt *-««' ■•■ i.i I siaiiil, No Wi WiiHhiiif leu street, iui|>t«ite No. ..«*. tea- , I.HUi-e iv Temide Avenue. UysUai. whtere lie haslet kg the last tea >rais anil liis ic*..Teuce «*-•! I'U-'iie-s '"' '« ' in the same uinUiui, li" run he seen si Imhi.c nn r y all o tli.iiii.e, daytweventug. Ha bas mora roont j*ul jgt-jg convt-iiteneei fur Ihe Truss t»usliit.*« lliun Miyoiliti person eOKModiu il in ibi* cily or any oilier. - — ■ - Ai.hu- -Abdominal Hn... porters lur rrolniisus Ltartl lYiisses lur Protapsu Am i Suapenseri Ba«, Kttfa < aPfi Vua lliuinls, rtlt'Ht.l Hliocs lur tblnrim-ti (Vel; I nisses IY.-titrttl nl ..ne iiuur\. MOtke, nml olleiillinrs made In ton-wer n* well sinew. Hit- subscriber bavins; worn i* Truss hntiseirinr llie last twenty-lltr years, nn.l Hi led so uiuuy fur Urn but ten years, tmm loiiiblt-m In...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 29 October 1846

UOLH4MK Nature's Grand Restarative. TIIIH Vcgetaldu Medicine stands unrivalled Tor the f..i lowing Complaints, vlt. -. v '*"■ DVMPKPBIA OK IMHUKHTHIN, MrtLAHKU I.|VF.R JAUNDICE, BILUQUB CHOLIC. COBT4VBNEM ' I.OMH (IF APPETITE, ASTHMA, HILUOttH Ul*. ' OKliEßri, WORMrf.NKRVOIIBCOMPI.MNTH, i pain in thi-;hii)k,hli:kuin<.attiik HTOMACH.COI.OHANDCOUGIIBOF I.OMJMTANiIIM., lIOAItrtF.NKMd, HIIORTNKSH OP HRKATII, dtA HICKNLriM, Ac, Ac. J. 11. HOI.MAN, Proprietor, No. lO < oratl.Ol, B«,lo»>, A. REID, Agent for Cambridge, t'uliiniblii (oplMMlltn iSiiltulU) Hirctrl. ThlsMetllciiie is of a warming, cheering and invigorating tiiiture, ini'l la never known to Weaken the patient; Whereat il is well known nutny uiher Cathartics lisve directly an op jitiwite tendency. It 100. k mosl powerful inftueiire. «j.rtttj. 1-1 I by no other medicine, 111 removing NERVOUg |;oMI'I.UV.H It Is pleasant lo lake, nnd In Its operation so much so, that it may be administered to the lou...

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