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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
&lt;&gt;\ A.'C.'OI'.VT REBUILDING | OS "OAK HALL," . I TIIK HTOCK OF ; READY MADE CLOTH I.N (J ANU — FURNISHING GOODS, WILL HE CLOSED UP VERY CHEAP, AND AT CRKAT HA. Illi 11 X. WHOLESALE TRADEHS snoi'i.i) look to this rui'.vii.i's to MAKIN.i TUB— I'UKCIIASi:*.. Barrs_.Ko_ 32 ank si__b*t, nkakly art—"l'll; MERCHANT'S ROW, BOSToy. tr-ii s , THE I.UWKI.L MI'TIAL FIRE I\SIH- , ANCE COMPANY. , WII.LUM It. WHITM-;V, Agent, 1 For tlie I'itv of Csuiuiitlgu and vidua*. Cnmtiriilie, July 2,1646. 6111 j. WILLIAM IIOVEY, Jr. Attful for Ihe Slut.- Mutual Fir.- I ii-.hi am e * vntpaur. ' (Iflire, Main Hirert. Ward.'.*. • Jill I__.\D SIRVKVIVt.. rWMIV. MiliHciil.ii offers his services in liie citizens of' Cam - X l.ri.lne -lid vicinity, as I.AM) MI.'KVEVOR ; and 1 would ret.]itc 1 fully solicit eniplojioent. ti* BtiaCsctoryrelerI flier Will lllfivell. Older** l.li st the Chronicle office, or st the house nf A. ti Taaan. K_l., on the Westerly siile of Fettrl, he. I ween Fr.inr.lin n...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
... a &gt; CRANP EXHIBITION, — OF (LOTUS, CAS SIM EKES, — AND--. READY MADE CLOTHING! -AT QUINCY HALL. r|t!tln UntßNaS HTO&lt;;K OF FAI.I. AND WINTI'K , . '■"'••I' I w i.lli-rnl tur iiiauiaiiiiiii,.i lr ii,i..|„ v nn, F..I.iliiiiiiii ..I .'I. 11l lit. I'.Ar.r.lMKHKrt, VEMTIMIfI ai.l m: v.v mil.: &lt; i.otiiin.!. VI., ..if,r„i 1,1 _.'Sir? is I &lt;)V&gt;'' l l'iti'(''r'ri 1 ' "' " &gt;l *""" 1 "Hi, _" muiirivoll. .1 SIMMONS &amp; CO. Itftf rinine.l to clear 001 their ohl block, to inn,,- r&lt; em An fall hup—rtali.un*, liv..- ii..iil,.-'i tlie MOM pawn in meet the ni'iirnt, ..nil th.-ii lorinrr -mlron* nml tlie H-Hc will timl Unvii.es fueli .!« v. ill »■ iv, .in in; hill ir-I.e unit, antt reiiitiiMjmie , in. in Rtf aralKiaj * ||| ' ,|; town, OXK |*R ICHI -.ir:.-ttv nr'liere.l to, fill.) ei.n.lr. e\ ( linnjtr.] littles tin not suit, X.V.M " l" rr.i.n unl •.ripmiuti 4 with the proeau) rsJlJf nt nn ;ifinii , Hie S_Otf 101—I...
POETRY. THE GOOD SAMARITAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
POETRY. THE GOOD SAMARITAN. liy DR. BOWKINIi. There is a title by Jesus told; It charmed the listeners round of uld— A tale of that bt-uigmuil mini, Win.', when ihe pruud passed IsOOuHoii by Supplied what kindness could supply— The good Hanuu itan. Ilobbed, naked, wounded by ihe way,— The sull'ering, sinking traveller lay; Swift to his aid his helper ran. Bound up his wounds with leader care. Food, raiment, home provided there — Tho good Samaritan. Awl still thai tale of pathos fills The awakened heart; still touches, thrills With sympathy's OWtt talisman. The snriugs oTfOOOrQ-i thought to move, And bids us imitate nnd love That good Samaritan. A wider field is ours—not one, Stripped/wounded, destitute, alone; But man in crowds neglected—man In congregated woe —doth call That each should Im- lo each—lo nil, A good Samaritan.
From the N. Y. Mirror. A WELCOME TO SAMUEL LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
From the N. Y. Mirror. A WELCOME TO SAMUEL LOVER. A welcome, Sam, throughout (he land, While roaming i&lt;* yofjc l*'»— Inception ivahn wo gl" '" *•"•• To YOU we give it Hot I For ships are Bcaree that ni.ehor here. Can boast a fan like you— Your voice, wo know it well, Sain — Wc heard it long a|a In ihc sweet-sotiled " aVfcgtJ'l Whisper," Where the " four leaved shamrocks'* grow. And your merry laigll we've heard, S.un— The hearty Irifh &gt;" :| t" — We Bp1tt our Fides with KnKY, San, And now we cry for .Muiu.. 'Tin a grwtitfj Ham, unstinted. That we oiler to the true— And a welcome strong and hearty, Sam, Should meet a man tike yon.
MISCELLANY. INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A PEDLAR. From the Bellows Falls Gazette. THE PRESS AND THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
MISCELLANY. INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A PEDLAR. From the Bellows Falls Gazette. THE PRESS AND THE PRINTER. I*r,xl Gritwold wit wli.it might tin culled a speculating pedlar. Horn nml brought up, at In had liecn.'in Connecticut—he possessed all tli'.l shrewd running nnd knowledge rf mankind, tn ' i ttcnlinl to nnn nf his calling, nnd fur which llu; Yankee* are to celobrnlid—he.new liis limn a. a ' -lince, and could guess tin- kind nl' goods a limn ' iviiuld want hy thn looks of his proud*.'*. II." was nut, however, at the render may —DOOM, a denier ' in millltwi UMUlsaJa, tin war", lir.itt clocks, ur anything of that nature, but v r.uiilur Handling inor- ' chant will, n " little of everything," fiom n paper of pint lo tho most s|ili!iu!i.l hio.iihdollit. ' lie wns a native of Connecticut, nt wat before ttnlcd, lint lm had migrated to v— western |iart of ' .Sew York, and scllleil in ll.e town of 1.'., which |ilace he inailn Ilial.ca.l iiiinrtert— and from wlienee ' lie made etcurtiont i...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
iji&lt;;iir&gt;iN&lt;. t'ONUicTORs. THE subwriber wouM re.neei fully UUtara the public, "hit he will erect Li.lnuiui Rods iinuil hu.ldim-« the , n.un.i .eiistt". mi the most improved inudcrii ulau. -liu-m, ~ I „, be dlapoaed tn pntroiilU' lllm, are relerred to Ibe .rrilflcMK-below, which arc from setitlcintii Upoßwhoas i,„,l j,. he hi. erected his ciinductors. All orders lefl y. ith vvii.i.iaM lli»vi;v. Ja., will be &amp;*»*"&amp;[* *}}' „ d ,'V°' \Vuttester, Mdr.lblC TllOMArt II- RK.fc. ('KHTiKicvTK. We ihe uiuirrsisneil, eiti_-iir.nl Wurct .- tei lit nle, ci rtil\ lhal Mi '• Thoiiui- H. line ut Ibis limn liat erect, d hi- Irihtnlni .■ lacioraupoo soma pi our bulldlnoi nnd that WO Vile*,.- they nre limn rendered secure iiiniiii.l llu-mkl t Hefts ul lisbtums. Wr wiliunN-ti diirms the lust ■uminer, one Usiance In ihisvUhue, wlure it waoenuent iluita.lw.tlni. bouse wut saved IVnm ilcirucUuu, und ill ii,p.i.ttir.lr&lt;Mii prulutl.le denti...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
Abdominal Supporters. NEW KNGLAND TRUSS MANUFACTORY, lloaloM. Mum. JIMKN FHKIfKKM'K KOBTKK cniillnues to iiituiiiliictlir,* nil Iln* various npiirnvtd rRI Hi*KH al his i.1.l nlrotit, No-JUj \Vi.»luri_lnii Street, unuo_.lt! No, io., riltraaae Iv Tempts Avenue, llustuu, whir, he h«she_niw liie hint nn year* mul Ills residence mul bin-mess ht-iui tinth Inihetawa luiii.im.:. In- cauDessen at noma nearly ull ol tin- tune, Jmv in (vi-iniis. He lm* nn.it' mum uud ht:ti.*r convenient*.* tor the Triii.*. liuatncs tli.iu uu, ullier person ougafedln n la taia aitr or aai otbar. Aim. \liiiumiii:il rinniiortt-n. fur l'ridup*us I.ten; trusses lor l'mliitisua Aril I Ki.spi-iu.uri Bus, Kn.c t'aiis, llm-1. Boards, nit ci.'ii flbaao Ctar iiei'uimedf.ci-, Troooaa npalred m ..lie hour's untiCf, and ntli nt unit ui'i.lc tniuii-wcr M well as new. ths subserlbar aatliti worn a Troas ntatsaß rof [the last twenty•flvenars, und Oiled so maai tor the last tea years, Ibels cuntldent iv belOgabla iv suit aneaoo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 19 November 1846
1"• ■ - '"• lIOI.MA N * S Nature's Grand Restorative. rrtlllK VeK't'ihle Medicine stands uunvalled fur the hi J- lowing t.'uinplsiuLs, vis.: DV-I'BI-lA OK INUH.E-TION, DIKBAHKn LIVFR JAIINOICH, JIILI.IOUO CIIOLIt, (JOHTIVBNBHK, ' I.OKB Of AIM _n ITK.AHTIIMA, BILLIUUO IMH- ' OHIIKRK, WOKMri.NBUVOUH COMPLAINTPAIN IN THEBIDE.BLKKPINUATTIIB -TOM ACII, D-tLM ANU COIIUHB Op U&gt;NOHTANI&gt;INC,IIOAB-KNBb- ( KIIORTNEMri OF BBEATH, BEA HIUKNEHH, ftc, Ac. J. B. HOLMAN, Proprietor, No. ?0 ( orohill, lloalvo, A. REID, A|eiil lur Cambridge, Columbia [tiyportiic Bulf_ll_. rJlreet. This Medicine Is ofa warming, cheering and Invliurstit,. nature, nn'l is never kuuwii lv wi-itkeu tbe pstienl; wbcres it is well knuwn many oilier Cuthartics huve directly nn (ll) " pusile tendency. It bus a moot puwerftil Influence, exceed! Ed by uu other medicine, tv removing NERVOUB com. PLAINT**. It ispleiiMHiit iv take, and in its operaiiuu ~, niitchsn, thai it rimy bo administered to the teiidt-r ...
BANK NOTE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
BANK NOTE LIST. tmtirffrrr "•""•" Ainrricnn tank. Ilu-lmi clused. V I'll, *I It .i.i k, (eh, surreiitlereil' bo sale, li irkshlra Maak wartlntaa, CliaUaa Hank '"'■ fu v iirrciMlluia. _0. in ii.,i-&gt;iiwi-r.]iii Rank iio. Ci-.rla.towu Ht_ik,.di.surrendered lulls redeemable al _u_b.lt, I; tl itjjc'trit. i Hans.,(ch. surrendered, .rcilrrme,!. /;.«,., if,j,*,, S.-i.eiN worthless. K.ii'.it.Ts'aiiti Mechanics', h. A.daint i". In '.aci-a'BaUk. Uil&lt; ii.ru.wn iln. Frailktla Hank, BuaUMi do. I'lit.tn, or Wiiiin-sjuunct flunk tin. Ilaacoak Hank, notion ohm I, II i it rehire B ink, Narthaiuatou do. Lsfaretts Uank, toatou tin. Kiliiy Haiik.Hit-.tnli .In. Miliar, .v .« 'i-l llaiik,-Niiiiiucket. ii.-i red. siSltfl. Hank, in the Bands al*receivers. Men-ton Hink, (clow-d) no salt-. MiJdleaei Hank i.' to, - " " MiMluif lulerest Hank ct..-«il. % .'ii.'k hank, Hnvl.i.rj- i li« it. Nt'cuit Hi.ik wartkleaa. "-,■.'. i!■■■,■!■.: i "I'iiik it". On nt il Itauk ''&gt;■. Ii c ii* Hi...
SELECTED. From the Lady's National Magazine. THE HIDDEN HEART. BY HENRY MORFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
SELECTED. From the Lady's National Magazine. THE HIDDEN HEART. BY HENRY MORFORD. 41 Is it not a hard case, Hurry ?" "What, Ned?" "This one arbitrary law of society, that men have the privilege of selecting a partner for life, and woman must take up with a chance offer, whether it suits her or not, or beat the mime of old maid." "Another of your abstract speculations, Ned, unmarketable pity, and so forth—how many women, think you, would give op the privilege of coquetting, accepting or rejecting at pleasure, lo be allowed to choose and propose themselves &gt;" ** All of them." " Then my idea of femole delicacy is in error, as I wilt hliow you." " Pshuw ! —do you nol suppose that women hove their ways of signifying iheir affections, as it is ?" " No, delicate women have not." "All do." " Not so. Harry, shall I tell you n story ?" " Certainly, Ned, while I finish this one rcgaliu we hive left—is the story as good ns the c.igur ?" 41 Nothing extraordinary—a story of every day li...
THE MAIL ROBBER. A FRAGMENT OF ENGLISH HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
THE MAIL ROBBER. A FRAGMENT OF ENGLISH HISTORY. When ihe tw.umy nnd bigotry of the Insl ; James, drove his subjects to take up arms ngnin-&gt;l ' him, nne nf the most formidable enemies to his usurpnlinn WM Mr (ieorge Cochrane, 1 prominent actor in Argvle's rebellion. For ages s destructive doom seemed to hang . over ilie house of Campbell, enveloping in a coniI mon rum all who uniled their fortunes lo the cnnse of ihe chieftain*. The sitne doom encompassed Sir John Cochrane. He was surrounded !by the king s troops— htng, bold, nntl despi-rnli* ; was his resistance; but at length, overpowered hv numbers, he wns taken prisoner, tried, and condemned to die upon the scaffold, lie had but n, few days to live, nnd ihe jiiler only awaited the I arrival of his death warrant, In lend him forth to I execution. His family nnd relatives had visited him in prison, and exchanged wilh him the Insl, i the long, the heart-yearning farewell. Hut there ! was one who came nol with iho rest lo ...
THE CHRONICLE. THE ALVARADO AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
THE CHRONICLE. THE ALVARADO AFFAIR. Thi- l\ira\uno, roin.-irking upon Ui** general C.-*l-ing itnung tlio othrrra of ilie squadron, al ihe fnll uri- st Alv.-ir.nlo. say,— Thi- gall.-int old Commodore »vac 111. most ctiaol'nll. 11l- took the- n.niinnnil nl the rxpedtiii,n in MtaaS, upon 'nt. steamer Viien ilia veesel BSCfTt-ltil in pr-ttinp nrro.s .he bar nnd reaching i tho di-air.-d position, where she stood the hront of* I Ihe fire of thn Mrsican bailor}, or twelve guns, till thn Mrljine got aground, and it would have bee. foolhardincss to pi rsist in the enterprise. Coiwnodorr Conner stood all ihe while on the wbeel-hoas* of.ha Viien, calm sod unruffled, while th. shot flew around him. One bull, striking short W lb. schooner, dashed tin- wntrr over his person. Idling, his Tare nnd eyes. I'n.noved, he wiped the water rrom his lace, and, solicitous only for other., is-&lt;-n!.-ed if any one wss hurt. His bearing is AW rrib.'il to us ss everything that we ootid hat. wi»hed. Pe...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
■•CBMSIIKD UVKRV THUKSIJAV 11V ANDREW REID, St his office, comer of Mala and Masasln. ..reels, o,er lbs ...ire of Joseph A. Holmes 4 Co., CaiiibrlotMiorl. Y-RMS OF THIS CIIBO-.1C1.E. TWO DOLLARS I'KR ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscrinlions received for six mouths. ttf Sini-lo copie,, four cents. May he obtained a the Unirersily Bookstore, ('nmliriilgo ; Mr. Work's, and at the office, comer of Mnin nnd Miif-n-im: streets, CAMIHUDGEPORT. Or*. Mr. OroROK Rurr ll our niilhorlzfil agent fur Kssl ('ainliridge, and will see to ihe delivery of iln. Basata in that Ward ; uml will nlso Iriinsnct all business relative to the Chronicle. Any iieranii in that section of the cily wishing to subscrilie or advertise, will please call on him. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisement, not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion, 0 150 Kirch subsequent insertion, 0 20 Hv the month, (lour insertion,,) 1 00 Business Card., 1 year, ti 00 •&gt; •- 6 i'ii.iihli., 3SO 3 uion.lis, 2 00 Advertis...
LE VERRIER'S PLANET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
LE VERRIER'S PLANET. The following article by Prof. Olmsted, from ihe - New Haven Palladium, concerning ihe recent mar-• »«lous discovery in the heavens, exhibits thu amazing reach of astronomical science in a way to fill I as with wondor : ■•* Although this body ia equal in brightness only to a star of the eighth magnitude, and will therefore never be visible to tbe naked eye, or bear any important relution to nur world, yet llio mode of; its discovery, evincing ns il does the reach of| mathemalicnl analysis, in penetraling ihe arcana of nnltire, renders it one of the proudcvi triumphs of modern astronomers. Itcie is a tody thirty-six hundred millions of miles from us, sending to us! the feeble light of v telescope star which is not ! only recognized as belonging to our solar dwelling pliice, in the depths of space, was shadowed forth to tin* mathematician in Ins closet, before even the largest lei.-rope bad revealed its existence. Let its see by what successive steps this extraord...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
Mx:mbi.ks of Conoress.— The Governor and Council have concluded the counting of the returns from the several Districts for the election of r , members of Congress. All the Whig candidates I are elected, excepting Mr. King in the 2d, and I .Mr. Palfrey, in the Ith Districts. Mr. Hale, in the I 9k.li District, is not only elected to the next Conr gross, but nlso to the vacancy in the present.— Monday, the 28lh December, haa been designated by the Governor, aa the day of election for members of Congress iv the Second and Fourth Districts, when we presume the Whigs of this District will succeed in electing John G. Palfrey to thut important trust. The Lowell Journal says—and we wish to repeat it here :—" Wo nsk tho people :to vole for Mr. Palfrey, because he is sn able and , true-hearted Whig, a man deeply learned, of .spotless reputnlion, of high and commanding tnl- . enls, a vigorous writer and nn eloquent speaker.— | He is an advocate of human progress, in its broad- ! est and most co...
THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846
THE PRESS. To ihe art of Printing—said Dr. Knox—it is acknowledged we owe the Reformation. It has been justly remarked, lhat if the books of Luther had been multiplied only by the slow process of hand- ■ writing, they must have been few, nnd would have J been easily suppressed by tho combinalion of wealth und power; but, poured forth in abundance from the Press, ihey spread over the land with tho rapidity of nn inundation, wliich acquired addij lional force from ihe efforts used to obstruct ils ' ! progress. He who undertook lo prevent the dispersion of the books once issued from the press, attempted a task no less arduous than the destruction of the hydra. Resistance was vain, nnd Religion I was reformed : nnd we, who are interested in this happy Revolution, must remember, amidst the praises bestowed on Luther, that his endeavors must have proved ineffectual, unassisted by iho invention of Fau^tus, This Fnustus was among ihe first who invented metril types. He, along wilh three oth...