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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

(}CJ- NOTICE.— Hie |>re»enl limits nre iu:i(U<|uate to accoininoilittu my iimneroui retinue of ciistutiiers. On lr-i of l„lini:iry next, 1 1111111 connncncc to erect n 41 StHpfrnl'/ut W'arJwnsr," unlliciciiil-,' large to accommodate my It iciiilt* and niiiiieioiM customcis. " Large ns ilit (iresent HftMIM Is, it i» not sufliciently large;*' •* SpaeiouM, it iri nut itillicieiilty spacious;'* " Brilliant la ii|i|ii'niiinc,c, it iri not Btifjicieiitly uiilliant. This ; nine lluuiu.', I lie Glory of Boston, is to come down, I and a larger, inure Spnuous, nnd Brilliant E*tubli*h- , mint in to take it* place. Tlicm nnmes have baen ; ippltad t« my es-t.il'l.i.limeiil t>y that ure nc- | qunintcil xvith the real clisn.icler of t):»k Hull I Such :iB " <i xuptrior Mart" ** a Princely Warehouse, "a rant Trading Area,*' " a Mutehle** Establishment ," *• a Theatre of Unbound id Trade," ** n Stupendous I Selietne,'* *'an Extensile Market," ** a Triumphan...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

ON ACCOUNT REBUILDING OF "OAR HALL," rsa sssss or READY MADE CLOTHING —AND — FUItNISUING GOODS, will, in: CLOSED UP VERY CHEAT, AMI AT OR&AT SACRIFICE. W KOLE6A LB TRADERS SHOULD LOOK TO THia PRKVIOI'S TO MAKING THKIIt PURCHASES. OTHAMK 38 AN.V STREET, NEARLY OPFOSITE MERCHANT'S ROW, _ BOSTON. if-n i f.VCEIM HALL- VA rVf HHIOCC-FOK ONE rflOflf UM,y. MR. LOVEK, fAuthor of "Huudy Aju.tr-,*> *'Hory o'More, M Ac. 4c,) vvillztve llirl IRIKII F.VKNINC On FRIDAY. November6th, 1815. Admihsion ttcrau. Doors open ai 1, pjsjsjt c, pcrfuniianceluconiineiice at 7. and coi<elii(Je nt !> (-Cloct. TifKets If be lout ni Fnrwell's dry citods store, al the Uni- ! veiHilj, book start, nml al the door on Ihe evening, fly- N« |Hi-i;.tiiiciiu*iii 011 M. -count of weather. n 5 NEW ROOK STORK. | Til V, Snbsc nli. 1- respectfully announce tn their fileiul* and tlm lunik-I,m in}/, coiiitnuu.lv, lhal they huve open* J e.i a branch i>r their hitsir.es* in ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

QRrVNB EXHIBITION _ (IK CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, — AND HEADY MADE CLOTHING! —AT— QUINCY HALL. Till* nmCNK itT.II'K Ol'' FA 1.1. a.NI> WINTF.It (itiuita i. utiw iilti-nii ii.r ii,aii,ilio,i,aurii'i.,iiu un, Xv ; liilillii.il rfCI.OTIIH, <'AHSIMEREI<, VEKTIMIS, mul KBAIIY MAI.K < 1.1.T111M1, „, r „nirfil in llii.i'iit. In }'ow'WVi"i l 'J< l ' , ''* l,ulM ''"' >k '°''' l 'I*1 '*''' al '''" llll "' ,lllk '' SIMMONS & CO. Determined to rlrar onl their old murk, to make ri oni for [iill jim'ii.Mainhi-, have iii'.rke.l Hie sanir- .low n lo inti I IM in iiket.-mdtheir former mtroi.s mid tlie public willlim] ihe prices t-iieli ns will <*Ive entire sallslaciiuii, and remunerate ilit'in lor walking down town. onr price: Hirinlj tulhr-rrd 10, mul gpodn e\ctiaiu*ed irtliry dn not !«iiit, Civii.« m persnii nol m quaiiili .1 with the prcrfsv value ..! nn article, tin- -.sine aiJ.MiiCafi; as tiit- must e_uenei.ced I...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

— ' Fairs. TilM D\V. CI tl<»iAX*S SACK OF REAL K*»TATK. Will b. sold at I'uMir Auction, hy Virtue of a l.ir.-i .. fto-i the I'ouri ol rr.1.,.1e10r MiddUsex COMlty, nil THJCRrf DAY, lb.' llfih day of November next, nl S o'cl-vk, P.M. TWO midivideil fourth parts of two lots nf Ism), witum,., hi ihut part of fan ib rid tie. raited Canlhlili4cM.il. The first I. it, containing 'ibniit thirtv-lhrc Hhmim.iml w.inirc feet. is hounded as follows, namely 1 On llr.i*Miv,a> two iimi.lri.l ai.. loiol. t-11 Pel; 011 t-oblliibia sine! One lliliiiln .1 nml li.lt.intaii.i, on i;i M | sin-ei one iiiiiuiml nnd Itily-tiniu tiei. Kleen fi*l " l ■ B •* w, *•■>>■ "'"''i twu hu"»re>i and "V ' V* l "!' ro , m r l! "*« "••'•'Ut Kvrmy.oi.e t!iwi-.».1..l Uiilkl,.! P >'« *■ UrultLS 1hir1;.',,,, ,:,||.,| ,|„. K „„/. a.ak .in lilt- j.n u-.i.ra, ronimrnrit? \. ill, ,|„. ji._, ,i,.. rrL , ..,, ''"• „ ~, ,|.MKrtlUMSi:,.l.^, l | , i*',,n i , '' J ~ 1 ~...

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POETRY. AUTUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

POETRY. AUTUMN. Autumn with itt uislclileit ..eature* Conic-ill unto Cliritlinn lirnrlt With a joyful, pure fruition. Which no oilier time imoarls ; Cometh in ils guide., hnrtrsl, In itt tVi.il .o rich and fi>ir, In in Isitiiit „rl>f»ltll nml comfort Bursting In.lilj from its .ir. In bright lines of gorgeous laßilly Now llm lorests iue.it ihti eye, And .lie early f.ost of autumn ToiKhetl. lightly, patting liy ; As the aortl. wind with n pencil Taken from (lie glorious skies. Painting on the m.mnlain leaflet Th ise unri.ailed rainbow iljet. Here it Ihe yellow created Auliltnn With itt fiel.lt of wuving grnin. Ami ll"J reapers with their tickles They are gathering again— Both Ihe tower und the rrnper Now uplift a thankful Voice ; Man in leurt to often sowed,, But in reaping •" rejoice. Here it Auluro.l's Indian Summer, With its atmosphere serene. Who.* wild hate upon the landscape Lend, enchantment to the scene -, Joy, bright joy, is now utwuml.ng. For .Im garner...

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MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

MISCELLANY. The Mississippi River.—General VVad.l) Thompson, in his recent book on Mexico, has the following digression on our great national river : If would seem that the only valuable gift which a bounteous Providence has withheld f,om Mexico is that sf navigable stream*. There is no such thing as a steamboat running a single mile in any river in Ihe whol* r*pnblic. I'erhap* .here are not five hundred mile* of all their rivers which are navigable for boat* of Ihe *n.allest size. 1. may be that the progressive improvements in the science of railroads tn*y furnish the meant of supplying this defact. Ido not doubt that a railroad from Vera Cruz to the city of Mexico, constructed at almost nny cost, would be extremely profiloblo to the stockholders. A very largo proportion of all the European manufactures and merchandise which are consumed iv all Mexico are landed at Vera Cruz, and carried to the city of Mexico on mules, nt a very high rate of freight.nnd thence distributer! all over...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

THE STRICKEN OAK. Hre*tt thou not yonder stnlelv oak, Wnose bead received the withering stiuke When thunder cloimU above it broke. Among ils feUows stand 1 One giant bough is white and bare. And never shall the soft spring air Flay with another lea6et there, Or win it to expand. , And yet lhat oak still lilts on high lv unaciitiied branches lo the sky. And birds its leaves, ere yet they die, Enjoy the light of heaven ; And to tlie creatures round its feet ll offers still a calm retreat, A shelter fiom the mid-day heat, Aud from the dews of even. O ye who, wearied and forlorn. Condemned some blighted joy to mourn, Think nol the world a thing of scorn, But view that stricken tree ; See how, with bearing unsubdued. And unabated gratitude, It Hands, the minister of good— Let it your emblem be ! If aome bright hopes are on the wane. It aome delights give place to pain, Be thankful llmt some still remain, Aud cense not lo be wise ; Nor for a time, however brief, Turn heedlessly from ullie...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

Abdominal Supporters* NEW ENGLAND TOWNS MANUFACTORY, H_««am, Mass. JAMES FRKUKRK's. FOSTER continue* '<* ' iiiMiKcturVlTi"he varlona approvwPrR liH-JK* ai hiold maud, No. 30J WaahinilM ilrest, opum-itu No. M, tv- , trance in Temide A-eou*. Hoslon, when ka ktoWto ■ the losi ten years -and his residence and busiuess being both In the same bulldlm, he can batten al h.Hiienear y all of Ihe time, day or «*e.ili_. Il« mtm more room and better conveniences for the Truw business than any other person filial*..! iv II iv this city or any other. m__.*»_, Ai.ao-Abdominal _iiui>orleis lur Prolapsus Ulerli Trum fur Prolapaus Anl i __spiu»i.ry Baas, Knee Cast, Rack Boards,ltMlett Shoe* lor deformed Awl, Truaaea repaired si one hour _ uolice, aud idUntlmca made to answer aa well as new. The sultacritirr having worn a Trusa himself fur the last lwe_ty_ve years, and lilt*-, an uiauy for the last leu tears, feels coiiAdeul iv belt) k able tv sun all casts thai maycoiira tohlin. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 5 November 1846

H OliMi N*rJ Nature's Grand Restorative. THIS Vegetable Medtcina stands unrivalled for the f,.i lowing Complalata, via. i '* DYSPEPSIA OR INUIOKstTION, DISEASED LlV_| JAUNUICE, HILLIOUS CHOLIC, COHTIVENEHH ' LOSS OF API'ETITK. ASTHMA, BILLIOIJg UIH ' ORDERS, WORMS. NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, PAIN IN THE SIDE. BLEEDINUAT IIIE STOMACH, COLDS AND COUUHB OF LONO STANDING, HOARSENESS, SHORTNESS OP 11 HE ATI I, SEA SICKNESS, _x., Ac. J. R. HOI.MAN, Proprietor, Nat, TO 4 .i-_hill, H«».i—. A. REID, Agent fur Cambridge, Columbia (opy-aile ___f_lkJ Street. Tills Medicine (a of a warming, cheering and invlgortiii, r nature, and is never known lo weaken the patient, vnl.ertn..-j ll Is well known many other Cathartics have directly an U[J potile tendency. It hat a most powerful lufluonce, «xrce<|. Ed by no other medicine, In removing NERVOUS CUR. PLAINTS. It is pleasant in take, and in tta operation n much so, that it maybe administered to the tcnderiuia.it with Bitleiy. Il is not pretended ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1846. NUMBER 28. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 19, 1846.

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BANK NOTE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

BANK NOTE LIST. MASSACHUSETTS Amines,, 11 ,„s. 11.,.,... Hsn*. V..,,,. ri,,lt.,„k, (ill. »„rrr„,l,-,,.:) ~,. ...1,-. , 11.-rk,l,,rr II MR V. »>r,l,lrss. , ,„•!..-., Hank d". , m.-rrisl II ~,k ,|,,. rntmnin,wealth Hsnk do. i:l, irl.-.i.n.,, H.„ik,,-li..„rr,-,,derr.l I,ills r..,1.-r,„sl,lrs, S,„r..|k. 11. Ilr, U.-,*s,r-rll iiik,(rlt. s„rrr,„lrrr,l. .r, ,1,-,-„,.',1. 1..... llsnk. Hil.-.i, »,„ll,l,„. I smu-r. and ,M -~,:.,i,r.\ « A.ls,„> .1... KI_MSs*SSS*. ...1r1,..ri..WH ..„. I'f.iiklin Bunk, 11...1..,, 1... .'-.1,,,,,, or Wiiiim..mime, 11, nk l.i. llinr.Hik Hank, Boris* rl I. IU „|i*!,,ir Hulk, Niirllm,„|i,i„, ,1... L.i, ivr<<,-Hsnk, Hii",,., |„. , Kill.) Ilsi.k. 11...,,,„ d„. M.n.ir ._ M-. h Hank, \nnin, k,, I ml. si SUIT. Bank Hi Ihr n.lKls »l receiver,. Mi ,„!.... Hsnk, (<-|„..-,l) n,.«ali-. M„l,ll.-.,.. Bank it.- " " MI.M.IRI Inler.-sl Hsnk -1,.., ,1. I V.. l„lk Hsnk, K,,s.,„ry r1,.., .1. N ihsnl Hank \vi,rll,U-.N. ' N,-,,lin...

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SELECTED. From the Columbian Magazine for November. ELEANOR D'ESTELLA. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

SELECTED. From the Columbian Magazine for November. ELEANOR D'ESTELLA. CHAPTER III. BY MRS. M. G. SLEEPER. CHAPTER I. In the shadow of a finely wooded mountain v few league* from Madrid stood, four centuries ago, an edifice, the massive architecture of which, with its time-worn towers, seemed to murk it as the residence of some warlike noble. Hut. no sentinel watched upon the battlements, from its dim interior came no sound of clashing arms, or shouts of revellera, or tramp of steeds. Within its precincts waa blown neither bugle nor huntsman's horn, from its spacious gateway issued no mailed leader. There were no marks of strife ou the venerable walls, and every where around were huge trees nnd a green sward unmnrred by the soldier's iron tread. Above no gorgeous banner waved either welcome or defiance, but tall crosses, rudely fashioned uud coarsely carved, increased its air of austerity nnd gloom. The inmates remained good and meek notwithstanding the licentiousness of the times. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

.'.rr.nl Valor ._ .J.l.t. Nll.rr, Sis*. »',,r,irsn F.s_l,,s .10 -Halve. ,5- l_.,.r.rrs J,m. *" I , Carolina and (lenrila .. pieces I,"* ■ ,v ,,r.lfns,erow,i.(nmp, (halve. In proportion) ,t,RI ,1 i " - 'Iriion <10. *>. do. ..". £"v»Pi Spanish, J.7J -.•.,.*„„, IJorranepleeesl I.NI " "I'llnmis. Spanish, r.irlnl.Mr.lrsn, Tolnntlilnn, 1.1.A,, (H'.lihlnons.nnl,.,. ...,»,, same as a dollsr.) !•''" '""IMrr. I halve. In proporllon 1..» !, " rhiilnrs do do 7.75 " r '"",e-r, old Prone.,, and old Knsll.h <:01,l vsrv "„ "Ilir* ,|, v,,.|_h,. ~,., |t ~,,ml,l lie isken s, the r„,e ■' I* I-.I We. for r very dotliir'. w ellh,. , ""J i .n,l Ft.nrh ..-rowa.. ■__._, '■"* ." In,„ Pieces, 91 «,»...,« ' ~.,.. 5i,...,., ii ~,, SMHIni Wet.. 1 ">■ 1'm,,,,! rtterllm Is .veil s. ~,•',

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

American Antiquarian Soi-iktv.—The nnnunl meeting of the American Antiquarian Society waa held nt Worcester, on Friday, Oct. 23d. From the Report ofthe Council, upon the condition and prospects of lhe Society, it appc.ned that n steady, certain nnd cheering progress, wan manifest in securing the laudable objects of the Institution ; and thnt, with tbo resources it posses.etl, nothing was wanting hut the persevering co-oper-ation of its members lo maintain for it a high national character, corresponding with llio national name it has assumed. The Treasurer reported, thnt the several funds of the Society, bearing interest, and available for the purposes to which they nre appropriated, amount, in lhe nggregate, to $2H,084 63, safely end favorably invested. The Librarian reported, tbni during the year, the collectiona had been increased by the addition •f 720 volumes, nnd 1214 pamphlet* ; besides nn accumulation of important manuscripts,and various map-*, chart-i, engravings, and cabine...

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ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA. The steamship Hritaniiin, Capt. Ilewell, arrived ttl Boston, on Saturday Inst. She his mnde the pas ««.e in seventeen days mid a half, having sailed from l.iveipool on the 20th till. The Britannia had 100 passengers— from U«"*N pool to Halifax, If* ; from Liverpool lo ltoston, 73; from Halifax lo Boston, 10. Tho steamship Cumhrinarrived at Liverpool ou the night ofthe 13lh ult. She encountered some heavy galea, hut notwithstanding completed her , voyage in little more than twelve days. , All eflbrls made to float tho steamship (.real Britain have failed. She had moved about 100 yards nearer the shore, and hnd from len to twelve feel of wnler in her hold. Break-waters, tanks, and other muchiueiy are now preparing, which will be put inlo practical execution in about six weeks; and as she now lies fust on a bed of sand, between two rocks, it is expected she will not sustain much more damage. The period which intervened between the sailing ofthe Caledonia and l...

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THOMAS CLARKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

THOMAS CLARKSON. -' Cl.ukr.on ! ll win. tin obstinate hill lo climb; 11..*.*, toilWfl eeji bow dire— it wan, by ibec 1_ known; by nuiie, peibaps, so feelingly. Bui thou, who startlni le iby youthful pumc, Di.Ut lift-l Ita-I f ilh that ciiU-iprine .nliluot-. I li*. t ht-artl thy constant voice lie charge repeat, \\ hich out i>l"thy yoHUf bean's oracular seal First raeeed ih*e. 0 Inn yoke fellow oftitne, Doty'i iuliepiil liegeman— HO. the prthii Is won, antl by all mititui.. diall be worn I The blootl-titaiiK-tl writing is lor ever lorn. Thou henceforth will have a good mau'a calm, A gieal iikiii'h I.uppiiicr-H. Thy o**] idiall liud Xt pohc nt length, firm friend ul human kind !" [Wordsworth. Thomas Clarkson wns born at Wiabeach, ou the 28lh of March, 1760, and wus therefore in his 87th year at his death, which occurred at Plnyford Hull, Suffolk, ou Saturday Inst. His early education was received iv the free grammar school of Wisbeach, of which his father—an exemplary, bene...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

The Olive Branch.—This interesting family paper appeared lust week in n new suit, and looked just as such a paper ought to look—handsome. We do want to know if the Publisher is a bachelor yet. If he is, it may account for the appearance ofthe paper, for ho certainly pays all his attention to it. We copy from the Olive Branch the following article relative to tbe change of dress : -Vein Type. —Our readers will pprceive that we appear this week in an entirely new dress. Our excellent font of type was manufactured by S. N. Dickinson & Co., No. 52 Washington street. Il is n very superior article, with n Scotch face, and pronounced by printers lo he not only the most beautiful, but the most durable article now manufactured in this or any other country. We will only add, that on our part no effort shall he spared tn continue tho Olive Branch at its present high literary standard, being fully determined it shall merit the immense patronage it receives, hy which it has grently d...

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LATEST FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846

LATEST FROM THE ARMY. The Btoamt-hip Palmetto arrived at Now Orleans on tb» evening ©1 the 20th ull., from Galveston, whence ahe auiled ou Tuesday, tho 271h ult. By this arrival we gather lhe following :— The steamship McKim, from Brazos Santiago, for New Orleans, urri**ed ut Galveston on the 21th ult., having sustained some damuge iv her machinery. There wero on board most of dipt. Shiver's Company of Mississippi and Texas volunteers. Col. Pulio Peyton, Gen. A. S. Johnson, Mr. Kendull uf the l'icayune, und a large nutubes of di_-f-tutrged volunteers, making about 300 in all. The McKim wus tv buvo proceeded ou her voyage on ihu 28th, in lhe evening. The steamer Florida, Captain Butler, II days from Brazos, put into Gulveston on tho 25th ult., being in wont of wutor und provisions. Shu hud 160 discharged volunteers on board. Among tho passengers in tho Palmetto were Lieut. Conrad, U.S. Army; Lieut. Nichols, do.; Liout. Derkindorf; Capl. Smith, Misaisaippi Volulteers; Lieut. Price, do...

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