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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
Col. Stevenson and the California Expedition.—A correspondent of lhe New York Courier writing from Wnshinglon says, lhat it was , reported lhat the government hnd determined, before the departure of Col. Stevenson with his regiment for California, lhat he should not sail in command of Ihe expedition, hut lhat the Colonel gelling a hint of his resolution, weighed anchor with n basic which prevented the order for his being superseded from taking effect. The letter adds the following : How much truth there may be in Ibis rumor, I will not pretend In say ; hut I do know that Col Mason of lhe Ist Kegiment of C S. Dragoon*, who has recently been promoted to this command, left hero yesterday fur your cily, whence he will sail for Chagvcs, cross iho Isthmus of I'nnamn antl proceed to .Monterey on ihe Fneilie count, in anticipation of the arrival of lhe Colonel of iln; Ciiliforninns. When the redoubtable Colonel does land, he will find that "Othello's occupation's gone," nnd that Col. Mnson ...
VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 18-16. 1813. tlrifta. Ilavia. Brat. Unit". Ilavia. Arl.ni, 46 103 41 42 1211 Anliliy. J21 79 SO 132 102 lle.lfnrd, S3 TO 81 45 78 llilltricn, 102 62 31 85 89 It.ixlK.roiigli, 20 44 15 26 22 Brighton, 136 76 26 115 96 lluilington, 19 43 2 13 49 t'anibridge, 869 286 156 673 300 Carlisle, 27 61 I II 7ft lliaile.tnwn, 683 599 SOS 544 481 Chelmsford, 153 147 87 127 138 IWnril, 116 146 21 113 144 Ilracnl, 207 138 26 214 III ll.ni.tahlr, 64 57 0 48 66 liamiiigliaiii, 267 141 24 262 185 l.rntun, 201 189 7 214 191 Ilulliil.m, 137 156 68 161 180 llonkinlon, 129 160 85 136 167 l.i-Mi.Ri.in, 140 94 28 125 92 I.inrnln, 60 16 9 72 20 l.iuletmi, 68 61 14 67 82 LararaB. 1376 610 260 1484 665 M.l.lcn, 172 153 46 117 202 Marlluro', 99 118 100 133 191 MnJ6.nl. 161 159 41 131 183 Nalitk, 164 100 36 192 102 Newton, 181 63 142 157 82 Prpnerell, 162 166 20 122 158 Heading, 222 49 108 218 57 Sherburne, 73 S8 16 S3 42 Shirley, • 77 100 4 78 116 111—ill. 93 41 52 67 411 ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
The writer of an obituary notice of Mrs. M. G. Bull, of Westfield, published in tha New- Letter states the fallowing circumstances as to the cause of her death: "In August last, she spent a night in a hotel in Boston; her sleeping room was lighted by gas; not knowingthe proper mode of extinguishing it, she succeeded in blowing it out, but left the gas running in the room all night; unless a window had been left up, she would undoubtably have perished. When she awoke her lungs were oppressed, and respiration difficult. The following day she ascended the State House and the top of Bunker Hill Monument, and soon after had a slight hemorrhage from the lungs. Oct. 6th, she bled copiously, and continued to da so each day until the 11th, and died on the 26th. Election in Cambridge.—Notwithstanding the severe storm of Monday, a largur vote was cast in Cumbridge than waa anticipated. The following are the official returns :— FOR GOVERNOR. Briggs ......................... 869 Davis .............
POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
POLICE REPORT. Absalom Nickerson was fined $2 and costs for being drunk and disorderly, in Ward 2. ou the 9th iust. Officer Jonea arrcaled Anthony Levere and Frances De Gerry of Huston, for breaking und entering the whops of Walter M. Allen and Samuel Hand in Cambridge, nnd stealing one chaise harness, pieces of broadcloth, a lot of boota and shoes. I'.xtimined before Justice Marrett, und bound over to tho February term in $300 each; for want of which wan committed to jail.
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
MARRIAGES. In this city, 4th inst., by Rev. Mr. Francis, Mr. Charles Stone, to Miss Isabella Winship, daughter of Wm. Leathe, Esq. On the 6th inst., Mr. Charles A. Page, of Hallowell, Me. to Miss Sarah G. Orne, daughter of the late John G. Orne, Esq. of this city. In Boston, 3d inst., by Rev. Mr. Streeter, Mr. John Goodridge of Cambridge, to Miss Ann Maria Brown of Boston.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
DEATHS. In this city, 4th inst., Emily Annette, youngest child of Jonas G. and Mary E. Prescott, 17½ mos. In Waltham, 4th inst., Mrs. Judith Smith, wife of David Smith, 59. In Boston, 4th inst., Mr. David H. Ela, printer of Zion's Herald, 41. At Lynn, 1st inst., Capt. John Story, brother of the late Judge Story, 77.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY. Nov. 9. (Reported for the Daily Advertiser.] At Market, 1200 Cattle, (about two-thirds of which were Beef,) 7000 Sheep, and — Swine. Tricks— Beef Cattle —We 'piute to correspond with last week—extra $15 26; first quality 5; second 4 50 a 4 75; third 3 50 a 4 75. Stores —Two year old $10 a 16; three year old 20 a 29. Sheep- Dull. Sales asl 25, 1 42, 1 62, $2, 212 ami 2 50. _Vu.-i_—Small lota to peddlent 3 5 8c for Sows, and 4 5-8c for Barrows, At retail from 4to 5 l-2c. (JO- NOTICE.—The present limits are inadt&lt;|uate to accuminodale my numerous retinue of customers. On Ist of IVhruaiy next, I shall commence to erect a " Stupendous Warefiouse,** sufficiently large to accommodate my friends nnd numerous customers. " Large as the present House in, it is not sufficiently large;" M Sjniciout, it is not tuflicienlly spacious;" '* Brilliant iv appearance, it is not sufficiently brilliant. This (■igiiiitic House, the Glory nf Boston, is to tome down, and a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
MiARDiANt. sale. l*ur»iißi.t Xi h lit.-i._e_l ihe I'robdie Court for tlm County of Hullolk. thi-i*. will be _uld on tlie -.nil day ol Novt-ml.r in. Ll, oil llie yrtiuiM-a, TYP I'NI&gt;IVII*KI* mH IB I'aKM OK A LOT Ol -«- I.AND, •lluuuu iv Wt_t_.ii,,l,lii Caii.bndie. oct ■ 31 DISSOU TION OF COPAKTNKKHIIIP. ■""IMU. Copartner, hip heretofore existing under the ■■" fiim of SMITH Ik LYNCH, wan by mutual con.em dissolved ou the i.id mat. VV. I*. Smith ii authorized to recent- all dehts duo the eaitl firm, and .'twill aLo p.iy all rftbia contracted by the tame. WM. I*. HMITII. LEONARD LYNCH. Can-budge, Not, 10, 1846. NOTICE.—TIie Express ltusincss between Cain ' biitlgeport and Htwiun will hereafler be conduclcil by the subscriber, who hope, hy .km sou.il und prompt attention to the bu.iiM.H__.. to jnerit and receive a liberal patronage from the friends of lhe late firm of Smith g &amp; LVKCH, am] the public generally. All orders U-It at No. 29 Merchants' Row, Uustun, will ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
UN accoi nt REBUILDING « Of "OAK HALL," T»K ■foes ot READY MADE CLOTHING - AND - • FURNISHING GOODS, i Will. UK | CLOSED UP VERY CHEAP, AND AT Hl_|- HAIKU It X. WHOLESALE TRADERS \ SHOULD LOOK TO THIS PREVIOUS TO MAKINI. THEIR PURCHASES. KVIHIMT. 38 AN.V STREET, nearly ortoun MERCHANT'S ROW, BOSTON. tf-n 5 TIIK I.O\VKI,I_ MLTI'AL FIHK INSLKA\CK (OMI'A.NV. WII.I.IAM 1.. WHITNEY, .lonT, For llie. lily of Catubiiilcu und viciiiity. Ciunbridre, July *&gt;, l„lt&gt;, fitn WILLIAM lIOVKY, Jr. A«i ul for Hi*; Slim- Mutual I-'irr lu.uritiitT Ctinipaur* Ofllce, Main Hlreet, Ward &gt;. * jell l.tM) HI RVEVINt;. TIIK subscriber offers his aervires to theclliwns ofCnmliri.l..- and vicinilT, iv LAND SUBVEVOR ; antl would n-s pert fully solicit employment. Hutisfactory r.lireiici* will In: ifiv«n. Order* lilt Ml the ClirriuVJe office, or til the house of A. (1 TaakttY, East., tut tfca Wt-.teriy ohm of Pc-ati* mwoaa Franklin and Auburn streets, directed to me, will unit wil...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
GRAND- EXHIBITION —or— CLOTHS,' GA B S 11| E 11K S, — -ANU _- READY MADE CLOTHING! —AT- - QUINCY IJALL. rs.lll-. IMMKNSI: H'l'OCK OF FAIX AND WINTER nri'liv „ I '~"1 VEBTlffoiJ. ..,.1 111...,. MM 1, CU.THINO. rr« o&amp;Ms] „, tt.i. ,-,cv. „■ I j 'i'\v i-ilii __ ' "'""&gt; "' ■'' S »n,l Biil.li, „„J .1 u„riv.ll, ,1 SIMMONS &amp; CO. |..lirmiuc.l to clear out lh.-lr old sttxk, to make r. om for l.dlmtporiai mis, have inarkeil the same dowai* meet Ihe market, nml iheir loru.er imtrons and the public will Ond the prices Mich a*, will mv. enlir. salialacliou.iiwl .. iminei ate them lor wulkn _. down town. o N X v k i &lt; _•:: Siiiiil* adhered to, nnd ..nod* i vt bnn .etl if they rin nut B iiit, Bivma a inraoii nnt iui|i'ait&gt;letl wilii the precise vnlu-- ol an article, the some aavtuitaxc as llie most experienced tratk-s--ninii. Ol R &lt; I STOM WORK needs no commcr.l. We innraiilee ss food FlTdaitd work OS ran be m sub-, wt prtaaW to '....
POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
POETRY. From tlie I.augor Unxcite, TIIK SCHOOL MISTRESS. Iti-side nn unfrequented road The rustic school house stood— Its modest front tuid moss grown roof, Hull hidden by the wood. Arountl its latticed window., tdong Sweet flowers und fragrant vines, And just in front—like sentinels — Grew two protecting pines. Few travellers pnosed that ipot, But stopped awhile to gate Upon a scene that brought to mind Their happy school buy days. And none e'er turned away, but tuft A blessing and a prayer For both the teacher and the taught Who daily gathered iliere. Il erne my lot one t-tnniniT unit n. To journey o'er thin routl. Ami tliell- for full nn hour or more, I itfii-il with my load. One after one, across ihe fields, The titty children nin, Ambitious to secure their seals Ucfore the schoul begun, A score of luces, bright anil clean. Soon gathered at the door— A huppier group I've not (.ecu since, And never saw licftire. Tl-o merry shout—the ringing* •••ughf With music filled lhe air— And...
MISCELLANY. ODE TO TURKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
MISCELLANY. ODE TO TURKEYS. Beautiful iNCinr.rvT— Value nf Sabbath Schoids. —Wo cannot give our render** a tnoro interesting [heme for Sabbath tiny tnetlitrition, than that suggested hy tho following heauliful incident illustrative of lhe utility nnd importance of Sabbath schools both in a civil ami moral point of view. While one ofthe trials wero progressing before the present term of the Common Plena, in this town, a little girl was called, among other witnesses, hy tho District Attorney, on thi* part of the Coininonweallh. When placed nn the stand, her extreme youth indueetl thu counsel for the defouct. to question hnr competency lo testify, upon which the follow-ng questions aud answers occurred between ihn ■RrtiPli Vounsel. How old nre you ? Witness. Nine, sir. C*. What did you conic here for ? W. To tell my story. C. Have you taken an oiilh ? »'. Yes, sir. C. For what ? W, To tell tho trulh. t" What is the consequence of not telling tho truth under oath. ll'. I shall bo punish...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
j MOIITSTINO CONDIICTOHB. THE subscriber would respeetlully Inloini Ibe public, that he will erect Lightning Ruds upon building-, ths emuiing senstui, on lhe must Improved modern plait. Tho.u mliv may by disposed lo patronise him, are referred tv tlm ■ t rlificntes below, which ore fiom gentlemen upon t"lna» tmildingshe has erected hiicontluciors. All orders left with WILLIAM lIOVEV, Ja., will be nrotnully ni tended to. Worie-ler, Muy, ItMti. TIIOMAH 11. RICE. CaaTit-ic»T«.--We the undersigned, cltiiensof Worces- ° trr, hereby certify that Mr. Thomas 11. Rice of this town has V erected hi. lightning coiiductoni upon -tonic of our buihhugst nnd lhat we believe Ihey are thus rendered secure again.*! " the sad effects of lightning. We w Ittiesscd during the last - r.un.iiK-1, one instance in this village, where it was evident that atlwelling house was saved Iniu deulrucllon, mid it* 0 iuniu.es from probable dent lit by conductors erected by Mr. - Rice. Having entire conll.lent em hid a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
Abdominal Supporter*. i NEW ENGLAND TRUSS MANUFACTORY, Hos-tora, MoiM. r TAMKH FKKDKHICK rOHTIWe-jntiiiueslo h «i mmiufecture *_Tl the various s-iprovwl TRI'rWK* at his , old stand, No. 30) Washington street, opposite No. Mi, cv- • trance in Temple AvoutW, Boston, where lie lias been lor the hist it-! years -snd his residence ■• I *' l , bl l , ** ,,r "i"'V,« l \ l .  \ - in the ssuie building, he can be seen al home nearly nil ol . the time, day ur evening. He has more room and belter • convenience., lor tho Truss business lliuil an&gt; other ■Jir-.oii t engaged in ti In this my or nny other. t Ai.ni.-Abdominal rtui&gt;|.urtt'i» tor PrnlaPhiis Uteri, iTiissrs I lor I'rulonsus Aui ; (_iuprm&gt;ury Hag". Knre t-aps, U«'l» « Hoards, Hlceh.it.hors lor deformed feet t Trusts nrpuliit sl one iiour-s notice, ami nllriilinics made to answer as wen . a* new. The -.üb-.crll.er having worn a Truss himself lor ~ the hint Iweuty-llveyeitrs, und lilted 00 many lor the l...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 12 November 1846
.-, L_ „ „ ■ -, U O IsM A N •■ Nature's Grand Restorative. THIS Vegetable Medicine -Kinds unrivalled for ihr r ■ lowtug Culiiptaluis, vii. i c ■* DYSPEPSIA OB INDIGESTION, DISEASED LIVEfI JAUNDICE. HILLIOUS CHOLIC, OOSTIVKNKhn LOSS OF APPETITE, ASTHMA, BILUOUS HlS* ' OBUEBS. WOBMS.NEHVOUSCOMPLAINTS PAIN IN THE SIDE,BLEEDING ATTIIK STOMACH, COLDS AND COUGHS Op LONGSTANDING, HOAHSENEHS, SHORTNESS OF BBE.ATU, SEA SICKNESS, Ac, Ac. J. 11. lIOLMAN, Proprietor, No. 70 &lt; uruliill, Host*.", A. UF.ID. Agent lor Cambridge, &lt; olumblu (o_»»m1|« N«_r*Ut; S| reel* This Medicine Is of a warming, cheering aiidlnv||o rß(ilit iinture, nnd is never known lo weaken thu patient; whrrn, it is well known many oilier Ct_.lhnrt.ra have directly «,_ V]f posite tendency, tl has a most powerful iullueiice, OJUtosd. Ed by no other medicine, in removing NEHVor* r&lt;)M_ PLAINTS. It ispleasaut lo lake, and In iv opcrsti.,, _,„ iiiiichso, that it may be administered lo the lender uil-...
BANK NOTE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
BANK NOTE LIST. MASSA.'III SKITS AiinTiran II ink, ll.i-.lnli elnaid. A ii Ini.l Hunk, i, '.I. aiirri'ii.l.ri'ilj... In. ..■.ln. 11.-ri,.lur. lUnk worth haa. Chtnea Bauk Jo. .: iialll.ink In. I ,i ii.ni.iiiM.lili Hank do. (llnrl.-.Mwn llmk,ill.aiirmiilerril liilla ne.l.i inalilral Snlliilk. #-. Ilillfi-*.,!, r II mk.i.-li. auirrinli r. il. .reilei'iliril. I.„e, Hank, Sal, in wniihl, .a r'.inii.Ta'ninl M'-rlisnira'.K. Adams iln. .' ir ra" Hank, Hi li-hi-rlowu |„. Pi ink Iln Ituik, I. I In. r'lilnui, or Wliinia.intiit.-I Hnuk iln. ll.i.iioi'k Hank, llii-niu Mosul. lli.n.iallirr Ituik, Niiilliniiii ,1,,. I.Unielle Hank, llualoll iln. Kllbj Hoik, 11... lon do. Mimir. A M irh Hnuk. Nitnlurkrt, not rid. hi Smr. Il.iuk. in .tie nniitla ul rr.'rivrra. M-uiliui lltnk, (, I lU in. ,ale. Mi.l.Heart Hank J Hit - " " Ml.l,linn litlrrral Hnuk rli.aed. No i..lk llnnk. II".Inn ) CUM, Nil ml Hank miii llll.at. \, .vluir, ,inr. Hank iln. &lt; &gt;i iiii.nl lltnk , iln. I"ir:m Hank, .'...