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SELECTED. [From the Dollar New paper-Philadelphia.] FIRST AND LAST QUARREL. We make our own path, and fling our own shadow upon it.—L. E. L. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

SELECTED. [From the Dollar New paper-Philadelphia.] FIRST AND LAST QUARREL. We make our own path, and fling our own shadow upon it.—L. E. L. BY GRACE SEWELL. "I declare,** said Mrs. Fen ton, ** it _ too had that I should be neglected !" nnd she untied her hut string and threw aside her shawl, while her eyes sparkled and her cheeks burned with the resentment which she felt toward*, her husband. '* Hero I've nut ready and waiting for three long hoars; but it's too late to go now, for tho fair closeß at five," and she looked ut her watch. It wanted only twenty minutes of that time. " He knew how very anxious I was to go," continued she, " uiid it_ shameful, uftcr promising me he would surely be here nt three, to break his appointment. But I presume he hus never thought of it sinco, nnd will havo for au excuse when he conies that he hud forgotten it, ns helms several times before. Forgotten ! Yes, that is the way now, ulthough a ycur of our wedded life has nut yet down !" and tho tears ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

I'l Bl.mi*Cl> KVfc.K*. THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, At hit omce, corner of Main and Msftilno Hireeis, over the ttoro of Jotrpll A. lloliow A Co., .ambrirff epurt. TERMN OF THK IHBOAHLK. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for nix months. Ode- Single copies, four cents. May Ihi obtained ut thu University Bookstore, Cambridge ; Mr. Work's, mid at the office, cor nor of Main and Magazine streets, CAMBRIDGEFORT. (0- Mr. GroitGK Uvrr Is our authorized agent for Fast Cambridge, and will see to the delivery of tin; papers in that Ward ; and will also transact all huiiiH-'tt 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 exceeding 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion, 0 oO Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 Hy the mouth, (four insertions.) 1 00 llusiuess Card i*t, 1 year, 600 " ' , ti months, _50 " ** 3 monllia, _ 00 Advertisements exc...

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[Correspondence of the Portland Argus.] DEAD-LETTER OFFICE-AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

[Correspondence of the Portland Argus.] DEAD-LETTER OFFICE-AGAIN. Wash.nijtom, Oct. 2«, 1846. ' For once in my life I limy suy 1 have been lucky. You have l.curd of ll.e Deud-Letier Office in Ihe Post-Office Department ? Yes, 1 know you visited it, nnd furnished to nil the world (for I believe nil the papers copied your article) n highly interesting account nf il, ami ilt operatlnus last winler. Well, I, too, lime been to Ihe DeadLetter Office, .tml, as good fortune would have il, happened ihere jutt in the right limn. Zounds ! what bags and piles of lettert ! I'.nough, one would think, to communicate all ihe intelligence — mercantile, commercial anil political— and all the love—rational, enthusiastic and luiusensical —in this great country for n whole year. And yet, Ibese are only the dead letters for one-quarter ul a tear! No wonder it lakes three failbful old "enllomcn nearly all ll.fi. time Iv «.| hem | and \t you saw .hem at wotk, you would readily grant. Ihey lire not llow han...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

" John, is my enfii-r hot r" " Nid yel, mansn; me spil iv him und hr no si: -'<'■ "

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ARRIVAL OF THE ACADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

ARRIVAL OF THE ACADIA. The Royal Mail Steamship Acadia, Cnpl. Ilnrrison, arrived at Huston, Tuesday morning, ut 1-2 past!) o'clock from Liverpool, th'i 4lh insl. via 1 Halifax, hnving accomplished the passage in If ; 3-4 days, including the detention at llulilat. I Tho Liverpool Cotton market has again improved Upon tho advices token out by the Hibernia and («reut Western. ! The Torn markets were not quite to animated i nml n slight decline in prices had token place. i Trade in tho manufuctoring districts continues ' dull, nnd many of the manufactories aro working i shcit time. | It it stated by the London journals, that money continues abundant in the discount lliurkets, uud capitalists have a diflictilty in employing it. Furlininent has been further prorogued to the 12th day of January. j The Paris papers contain copious details of the : disastrous effects of inundations throughout the. ; centre, the vvetl, and the Bouth-wCBt of France.— The destruction of live and dead Block, and...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

K11.1.1 n AND WoL'NDfcD AT MoNrtllKV.— 'Die folllii-tviiig is a summary of the statement u> killed and vvnunded in the battles of Monterey Twiggs l)i\ision, nfl killed, 116 wounded ; Ohio j Kf_iiiient, It killed, 33 wounded ; Tcnne-_eo Regiment, 24 killed, 7.~> wounded ; KIOPOOIn-B] Regiment, 9 killed, 47 wounded ; Kerlncky | Regiment, 5 wounded ; Worth's Diviiion, !l kill- j ed, 10 wountled ; Col. Hays' Regiment, 5 kided, I 10 wounded. Total—lo7 killed, 341 woum'ed. . ; GoMta) JooO Coolf-j Governor of l'pp cr Call-| fomin, in v despatch to ihe Mexican Covernmenl, has accused Capl riemont of having entered California with a body of! 1 . S. troops, under ihe pretext of n scientific expedition, but in reality to excite ihe Americans settled in lhat province to v.n insurrection against the Mexican government. — The Washington I'nion contains more than one DOfO, filled with letters, despatches, and certilicntra vindicnling this officer from the charge thus preferre...

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BOSTON—HER RAILROADS—THEIR EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

BOSTON—HER RAILROADS—THEIR EFFECTS. The Now York Courier has the following letter, . 'written by n citizen of New York who frequently j I visited BortM. il presents a gratifying picture of . the great prosperity of (his city, growing out of it* i admirably managed Railroad system . Boston, October 21, 1846. A few years since there waa a diver*.ty in the j appearance in this Eastern Metropolis, nt each , successive visit. The town waa neat—the com- ' BMW beautiful—ihe slreels all lanes, and ihe Ihiics j ' all streets —the monument a beginning, with a ; palpable" to he continued" staring at the wandering aud wondering patriot, from its dwurlish nlti- . | Ul ] e the Tremonl, a very admirable house, where you met very many from "■ down Last," but very ' few from "out Wes*" —all waa quiet—staid— orderh-moving on in the steady pathway which, I in earlier years, the Selectmen hnd marked out, and Iloslon was a eily of books—not business—certainly not in the degree to which it hus recently a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

Mr. A. P. Lndew, of St. Louis, has put up and shipped from his foundry, for Port Leavenworth, a | press, type and paper, lor n printing cslMilinhtnent ,in Simla I'e. It is intended for tbo use of iho Pro- » visional Government organized by Gen, Kenrncv, , and will, at the earliest opportunit) ,bo forwarded . lo ils deslinuliun. Tho I'nited Slates Commissioner for the distrii* tuition of Urn fund nrising from the n]g of ihe slaver II Tons, mado n report lo the I'nited BlatM District Court in New York on I'tidny, when it was orderr ed Ibnl #2,517 bo paid to the Navy Pension I-'imd, y and #2,518 to the olfirera nnd crew or ibe l\ H. isl ip Yoiktown, who made ibe capture.

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ITEMS-BY THE SCSISOR EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

ITEMS-BY THE SCSISOR EDITOR. At the recent election, the inhabitants of Cliarlesi town voted, by a majority of twenty-three, to apply ! to (he Legislature for a city charter. Hon. Caleb Gushing is among the representatives | to the next Central Court from Newburyport. Hon. George Hood, the Democratic candidate I for Lieutenant Governor, is among the repreacutaI lives from Lynn. A man named John Henry, recently died in the poor house of Trenton township, N. J., who once 1 owned one-third of the acres upon which Trenton now stunds. The Secretary of War has informed the governor of Delaware lhat no more volunteer troops it is believed, will be culled for, suilicienl being in tho field for the prosecution of the war. Tho Now Yorkers are making arrangements to celebrate the anniversary of the evacuation of New York by the British forces, on the 25th of November. Tbo New York Evening Mirror says I Bilk overcoats, "all buttoned down before," will bo the prevailing fashion with the ladies t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

We copy tho following from the ** Art of Conversing/* a little minitilitre volume lately publish-j ed by Jumes French, lloston : CONVERSATION WITH A CREDITOR. The following dialogue between v debtor and I creditor, written by Moliero, furnishes a good lesson for one who finds himself in lhat most uncomfortable of all situations, thu being dunned without the ability to pay, and who wishes to rid himself, in a polite manner, of ihe inconsiderate imperluuit.es of certain persons who outrage all rules of propriety, hy presuming upon their fancied j superiority over an iiufoi'unale debtor. " Dimnti--0-0„" has thmst hiinsell ty force into the private annrtment of " Don Joan." Don Juan. Ah ' .Mr. Dimnnche, walk io, if you please ; I was not prepared lo see uny one this morning, but 1 can never close my doors I against v friend. I I Dimanche. Sir, my object in coming here was lo demand — | Don Joan, (to his servant.) Quick ! hand a ' chair for .Monsieur Dimanche. Dimanche, No !I am very wel...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. Monday, Nov. 10.—In mooting of the Mayor und Aldermen— iVtittou of Joshua Harlow, for liberty to enter his private drain into the l'iuo Slreet mum drum, read, nnd ordered thut permission bo grni.ted. Ordered, That tho Mayor bo authorized to araut the nae of the Cily llall for the delivery of lectures on literary, moral and scientific, subjects, aud for ■••ch other purpoaea, of good moral tendency, as he may judge expedient ; requiring the applicant, iv all cuaea, to pay the expense of opening, lighting, warming aud cleansing iho Hull, and for the City Mooaonger'o services, and also n reasonable sum for tho use of tho Hall, whenever the applicant ahall charge a fee for admission to the Hall, and not otherwise. Concurred in by the Common Council. Order of the Common Council, grnnting the use of the City Hall to tbo Cambridgeport Lyceum every Tuesday evening, while their lectures shall continue, came up for concurrence. Non-con-curred, and referred to th...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

For the Chronicle. To the Ifononiblt, the Prcsi<tcnt, ami the Directors uf the Htinctick AYfr Utilize CorjHtrution : The prayer of your petitioners humbly showeth, tli.it the M(]i--\vitlk on ihi 1 causeway vvliit h (onus part of thf* cm* and charge of your honorable Corporation, is, ;»i this present lime, in a cotutition exceedingly dilapidated, rind out of repair ; and that lllfre occur therein several breaks and interrnptioM of considerable extent, in which tin- nun) ;iutl inire art* wont to arr.unrulate in unseemly and inconvenient quantities, whereby great nun,her* of honest people, who daily walk in and out of our neighboring i ity, and who pay loll to your honorable Company, are seriously inconvenienced, hull) in the sense of their personal neatness being grievously offended, and in the great pecuniary expense which they are put to in providing themselves with Ihiy & Martin's blacking to remedy this evil : Wherefore your petitioners most respectfully, hu...

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For the Chronicle. LEE STREET CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

For the Chronicle. LEE STREET CHURCH. Tho ceremony of laying the corner stone of this church took place on Saturday, Nov. 7, with appropriate i-tcrvices. The order of exercises waa as follows : l'riiyor, by Rev. William Newell. HYMN. O, bow thine ear. Eternal One ! On thee our heart adoring calls; To ibee the followers of thy Son Would raise und now devote these walls. Here let thy holy dttya be kept; Aud be this place lo worship given, Like lhat bright spot where Jacob slept, Tho house of (jod. the gate of Heaven. Here may thine honor dwell; and here. As incense, let thy children's prayer, Fnmi contrite hearts and lips sincere, Hive on the still uud holy nir. Here be (by praise devoutly sung; Here let (by truth beam forth to save, As when, of old, thy spirit hung, On wings of light o'er Jordan's wave. And when the lips, that wiih thy name Are vocal now, to dust shall (urn, On others may devotion's flame He kindled here, nnd purely bum ! Address, by Rev. A. I). Muzxey. Reading of na...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

Cambrihriivort Lyceum.— On Tuesday evening Inst, an introductory lecture was delivered by (-ieorge S. Ifillard, Eoq., at the Cily Hall, before ibe Lyceum of Ward 2. Mn. <•;ont.it ndd reused n large auditory at the Baptist Church, Ward 2, un Sunday evening last, on ihe subject of temperance. (L_ pL " The Ladies' Benevolent Society connected with Key. Mr. Lovejoy's congregation, will hold a levee nnd sale of useful and fancy articles, at the City Hall, this evening, ut 6 1-2 o'clock. Admittance 12 1-2 cenla. Mexican Nkwi. The maila of Tuesday evening brought a conlirmntion of tho Telegraphic News :— On the Blh Oct. Santa Anna arrived at San Luis I'otosi with his forces, und nn tho 9th despatched to the Secretary of YYnr a proclamation, announcing bis nnival, in which tbe following purngruph is tho only interesting portion. *"■ I have the pleasure of saying lo your F.xcelleney that my entrance into litis State wns made amidst ihe congratulations of n magnanimous people, who ...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

MARRIAGES. In West Cambridge, 12th inst., Mr. Francis Hill to Miss Eveline C. Frost.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

DEATHS. In this city, 11th inst., Mr. Daniel Mclntyre, 44. In this city, very suddenly, on the 8th inst., Joshua Sawin, an upright, highly esteemed and much respected citizen, 70. In this city, 12th inst., Mr. Isaac Conant, 54. In Somerville, 15th inst., Mrs. Lucy, wife of Mr. James Kelley, 43. In Lexingtnn, 11th inst., Eliza T., eldest daughter of the late John and Eliza T. Larkin, of Boston, 24.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY. Nov. 16. [Reported (or the Unity Advertiser.] At Market, WH) Beef Cuttle, 500 Stoles, 9000 Sheep, and -00 Swine. Pricks— Reef Catle—W'o m_oi« exlra #5 50; first quality 5 ■ 5 25; second 4 50 a i 75; third 3 50 Stores— lv demand. Two year old $10* 17; three year old 20 v 28. Sheep -Dull. Several thousand unsold. Sales at SI 17, 1 25, 1 42, 1 »2, 1 It, *-.2, -Jiid 2 50. Swtne —-Sales quick; luts to peddle at 3 it-4 fur Sows.and 4 8-4-c for|Barrows. At. retail from 4 to 5 I-2c. (0- NOTICE.— The present limits are inadequate to iiccoiniimdaie my nuiuerotis retinue of customers. On Ist uf February next, I ahall cumiueuce tv erect a " Stupendous Ware/fuse," sulhciently large to accommodate mv friends and muncrous customers. *' Large as the present House is, it is not sufficiently large," ** sSpucitJUs, it is not sufficiently spacious;'* " Brilliant in appearance, it is nut sufficiently brilliant. This Gigantic Huuse, ihe (itury 0/Boston, is lo come down, and a Lar...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846

j (il ARDIAN*« HAKE. ! i *_^_-*l_ l _" '"*"-' oi'the Prouau* Court tor the Count, ..I HuHolk, theru _j]| h« io M ..11 the 31111 day uf Nou-iiibi-i — r |vvyo tjNDiviuKD gIttHTU PABti of a lot 01 Mm I.ANJJ, siiiim,,. Ui Weslsir_ t, iv t'smbridae.. OCI Ti H IMSKOCI T|<>\ op COPARTNERSHIP. THE Copartnership heretofore existing under the A firm of SMITH m LYNCH, was l.y mutual con- j sent dissolved on tin: „-v inst. W. P. Smith is inithorized to receive nil debts diie tlie s<tid linn, and lie will also pay all debts contracted by liie aaow. WM. P. SMI 111, LEONARD LYNCH. Cambridge, Nor. 10, 1846. NOrlCK.—Tlie KxpreNn Business Viween Cambridgepurland Huston will hereufler It* conducted liy tbe subscriber, wlio hopes by |»ersunitl -md prompt attentiun tv tbe business, to merit and receive a. liberal patronage from the friends of tbe lite firm of Smith & Lymcii, and the public generally. All orders I. It ni No. 29 Honbaata How, Ituston, will la; ...

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