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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

I!f TOT If ATl<l*X FRO» Ov/STER* In quoting Mrs. Cove* work on phxsiology lately, we mentioned her statement of the fact that the eating ol" oxsters produced " ulcerated patches" on the membrane of ihe stnmnch. A work ju.it republished from the F.nglish, giving the result of numerous experimental researches on the food of animals nnd man, undertaken hy order of the British government, contain* many interenting Klatcmcnls, not precMely in accordance with Mrs. Cove'a idea*-, but equally important to the whole qyetetn of dietetics. Digestion is regarded ns i-oincihing morn than v mpre chemical aeiinn, and the oOOBOqucnt effect of various qualities of food upon tho nerves is can fi.lly considered. Amongst other matters, ihe author of thin work (l>r. Thomson, nf (iln-gow.) renmiking upon ihe mlluenco of even ■mnpie food upon tho nerves when abstinence has been fallowed for some time, quote* a singular eaie where intoxication wn* produced from the stimulus of oyslera...

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From Douglass Jerrold's Shilling Magazine. MINE AND OURS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

From Douglass Jerrold's Shilling Magazine. MINE AND OURS. Uliiie is the little hand, puny and weak. Ours uru ihe thousand arms, mountains tv break i j Mine is tho atom uf clay for the grave, Ours is the Earih, with hill, valley and wuve. Mini* will evanish like corpse in the sod, Ours will aiiau lo ilie Heaven uf (jud ! Mine in the secret prayer, brcuihed low und luns. Ours is the aniheui uf compter ing tone; Mine is the little flower nurtured in dearth, Ours are the bloasuminx Fdeua of Earth: Mine will evanish like curpte in the tud. Ours will arise lv ihe Heaven of (iud ! Mine is the brain lhat but gleams like a spark, Ours are the l)ioi;j*hts like stars lighting ihe dark; Mine is thu heart lhat bents fearfully hurled. Ours 888 iho henii-ihruhs thai gladden the wurld: Mine will evanish like corpse in thu sod, Ours will arise tv the Heaven uf Out!! Mine is the hermit uf life, lone in its hours, Ours are humanity's loves, thought* and powers; Mine, tcaicely mine, is this frame, doom...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

I.IGIITMN*: ('OM)IiTORS. THR subscriber xvoiilil respectfully Inform the public, thai be will creel l.lctnuhit Roils upon balldlon the easiniiK season, on Ilie most improved modern (ilaii. Those who may he disposed to imtrimiw Initi, are ntiTie.l to ihe ccrlilVnie-» below, which are Irom gentlemen upum-liuse h-ihftnxs lie Im. erected Ills coii.luctuni. All orders It-It w illi WII.I.IAM UOVgY, Ja., will h« fcremotlf Mundad,tu. Womwtfr. May, lblli. TIIOaMAS 11. KICE. PMilf llHllf VT* ihe nuilerslsnieil, ciliiens of Worcester, hereby certify lhat Mr. Tlioimts 11. Rice ul this town hns erected his lufhtning eond lie tors n pt-u some ol our buildings; mill that we believe lliey arc Oil's rendered secure n(niiir,t the tad effects uf li* hin.its.. We xx ilitcssetl during the lust summer, one instance iv lid* village, where it was evident lhal a dwelling house was saved trim destruction, mid iti Inmates from probable r!fHlli, by eomhielora erecteil hy Mr. Rice. Iravlllf entire cuiiililence ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

Abdominal Supporters. NEW ENGLAND TRFH3 MANUFACTORY, I lloaton. Maw, JAMKN FIIttUKIUCK rOHTKHeotiiinuet to manufacture all the vartoilt approved TRIIHHKM al his obi Miami, No- JO 1 Waahiiuftoii tirnel, opposite Nu. Ht, .11--trance in Temple Avenue, Hualoii, where bu lot. l. C en tor tl*r laal ten years -ami hit resldeiieu ami husliiess hcin-t both In the same bml.ln. a ,he can be seen 111 It e yearly aU ol thillnie, day ureveillt*. lie hns more rouin and t.elter cunveoiencea fur thu Truss liusiiie«« llitiu au) other person eu«ated In it in this city or any oilier. Autu-At-tluiiibntlrtnppurU-iafurFndapsus tlerii Iruaaes fur Prolapsus Aid ; Hu ape usury Knee Cups, Hick Hoards, Steeled Khoet fur delbl Hied leel; Trussea repaired at uue bom's notice, and ulleiiinues made to answer as well as new. The subacrllier hnvlni worn a Trust himself tor the la»t tvveiity-tlve years, ami lilted so mauy lor ihe Insl ten year*, feel* confident 111 being able to suit all cases lhat way come tv him. C...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 26 November 1846

HOLMA-ft Nature's Grand Restorative. THIS Vent-tails Medicine stands iinrivullt-d fur th. r.. 1 lowing Complaints, vit. : am ■ - DVHPEI'SIA OR INIIinErtTION, MHRAHKII lIV| H JAUNDICE. Mll.l.lOUH CHOI.IC, -OHTIVENEKN ' COSH OK APPETITE. ASTHMA, WLLIOUH Din- ' ORDERS, WORMS,NERVOUSCOMI'LAINTS PAIN IN THEHIIIK.siI.EKI.INCATTIIK STOM AC U, COLUSA NHCOIUHIM Op LONGSTANDING, HOARSENESS, SHORTNESS OP HHEATH, SEA SICKNESS, Ac, Ac. J. 11. lIOEMAN, Proprietor, No. TO < 0n.1.i11. Boston, A. Kill), Afenl Ibr Camhrldfe, Columbia (oppusile SutfulU) H|reri. Thia Medicine (sofa warming, cheering and lhvl|orsthi r nature, and is never known lv weaken ihe patient; whereas It it well known many other Cathartics have directly an op posiie leiidency. It has a must powerful influence, nxceeti. Ed hy uu other medicine, 111 removing NERVOI.3 CONPLAINTS. Itfsplaaaani iv take, nud hi Its operation ,J mucli so, that It maybe administered lv the tender tufaiu with safety. It Until pretrnded ihalihe ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1846. NUMBER 31. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 8,1846.

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SELECTED. From the Berkshire Courier. THE DEFORMED SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

SELECTED. From the Berkshire Courier. THE DEFORMED SISTER. CHAI'TKH 1. There wns evidently morn bustle nnd preparation than common übout Howard Hull, one bright sunny morning in June; I hi mingled folds of damask nnd purple curtains were gathered wilh more than usuul care from the Inrge, opeu parlor windown, lhat lonised out upon it velvety lawn, and several tine old elms in front; the busy housekeeper h-id been Hying übout the different rooms in somcwhut of un agitation all the forenoon, wilh brotmi and bright dusl-pnn on her nrin, und tt forest of rare luxuriant plants, were arranged with exijuihitii taste out upon tho bread piazza lliut rnn louml the house. A Inrge elegant easy chajr had been wheeled out neur tbe spot occupied by the flowers, nnd reclining v midst iln luxurious cushions ' of crimson velvet, her form half hid by a mantle uf ' delicate pearl silk, was Julia Howard. ■ Herd was a face and figure, lhat might have in- ' spired a feeling heart nt the first glance, with ...

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From the Ladies' National Magazine. WAHLOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

From the Ladies' National Magazine. WAHLOWA. BY MISS ANNE WHARTON. Many persons prompted by other motives than those of religion, joined the Pilgiims and accompaniedthem to America. Among these adveniurera were two families united by the closest bonds of affection. Walter Douglass and William Mornton were friends from their youth—they had married sisters, and thus strengthened the ties which bound them; the former was the father of a large family, the latter a widower with but one child, the loved and only solace of his old age. Eva Mornton was not yet eighteen, and wss as lovely a being as the sun ever smiled upon ; one there was who thought her the loveliest, this was her cousin, William Douglass, a youth some three years older than herself; brave, generous and high-spirited, with a face and form that many a gallant might envy, and eyes that glanced with a variety of meanings whenever they encountered the downcast ones of his cousin Eva. The sufferings, of the early settlers are w...

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

I'l/BI4SIIISD KVJBRV Till l'.M>Ak BY ANDREW ItEID, 41 hfn ofOce, roriier uf M-tln sini Mnr.it/lne Hire-is, over lliu slum ut Just-pll A. Hulnisi *V Oe« (;-uuhri.lf-.l'ort-TRUMS OF TUB C lIItONHI-K. T\VO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Bubueriplimi-j recuived for *-ix monllui. rwj. Single copies, four euntn. May be obiained ut [1,,. UniverHiiy Bookstore, Cuiubiidge '. Mr. Wi-ik'u, ~.,1 m the ufllce, corner yt Mum nnd Muguxiue streets, CA IUUIKiPPOKT. (£J- Mr. (iiuiKGK Ruir is our mnlii-rUcd ngeni (,n ■ l-.-iiti Ciiinbridgi:,niid will nee tv the delivery uf ihf papers in ibal Ward ; nud will also tinni-uci ull Imducr'-) relative in the Cltrtuiiele. Any petmin in l hit section of llie city wishing (o aiilmci ibe ur adverse, will pleuue cull on him. TERMS OP ADVEHTISIXCJ IX THK IIinOMCLK. Atlverii-n-iueiitii nut exe.eudiii_ 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion, 0 50 j Kaeh subsequent insertion, 0 2(1 By the iii-mili, (four innt'iiiuiiK,) 1 Otl rtilsieiWS Curds, I venr, fi 00 a ."i....

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LETTER FROM HON. DAVID SEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

LETTER FROM HON. DAVID SEARS. Tlie following letter appeared in iho Ronton Whig- The Couiier says "it occiiMuned some talk in State street." .Extract uf a letter dated Boston, Nov. 15, 1843. Dear Sir, —Tlie time bus arrived when we must meet tbe question involved in the enclosed, nnd meet it frankly and fairly. It is believed lhat about one third of the fulure reprenenlutio.is in Congress will spribg from that poily which is determined to make every measure subservient to the peculiar institutions of the Soolh—thnt the whole body politic is .hinted, and that already, by lhal p.irty, whose lallying cry is, Ihe Planter's law and everlasting slavery—the great interesla of our northern country are -pc hiked—mjr right of petition denied to us— our Constitution and lews nullified-—our ciii„ens illegally imprisoned—our original compromise invaded—and honors and places di-Hribuled in delianco of decency nnd justice. These injuries are advocated on the plea of necessity, niul the luw of yolf...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

Nobody hl.m*. . rich man for going wuh his elbows onl, Ixvcaui*. every on. Uiinws llutl bo has money enough to get him a new cat; but il is unpardonable in • poor man lo go rugged, became nvery enn know* lha. il t* oul of hi* power to do olherxviae.

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WHIG NOMINATON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

WHIG NOMINATON. For Representative to Congress. Dir-uic'. No. 4—JOHN O. PALFREY ofCainhridgc.

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BOMBARDMENT OF TOBASCO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

BOMBARDMENT OF TOBASCO. The New Orlenns Picayune, 17th ull. says :— We hnvo been furnished, by an officer of the army, who arrived here thin morning in the schooner Portia, Captain Powers, sii days from Point Liaurdo, who was engaged in the affair of Tobasco, with the annexed! summary and aketch of the proceedings of Commodore Perry, with the detachment of vessels sent under him against Tobasco. The enterprise was nl together successful, The übject of the expedition was to cut out certain prizes anchored in the river. These were all taken. When the city was summoned to surrender, the people were all in favor of yielding at once. Tha Governor and soldiery opposed it. Time was given for all peaceable persons, women and children, tti get out of harm's way; but the Governor woultl not allow any one lo leave, so that it is feared most of those killed during the bombard-j ment wero not soldiers. Some of the regulars I vvs-re killed. Ilsd it not been that the execution ' was principally do...

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THE CAPTURE OF TAMPICO—OFFICIAL DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

THE CAPTURE OF TAMPICO—OFFICIAL DESPATCH. U. S. Steamer "Spitfire." > Before the town of Tampico, Nov. 14th, 1846 ) Hia—l have the honor to inform the department, thnt I entered the river of Tampico this morning, wilh all the smell vessels of the squadron end a strong detatchment of seamen and marines from lhe " Cumbeiland," *' Mississippi," "fit Mu-ry-a,-* ,< Princeton," and •< Forpoiue." On my arrival at the city I was met by a deputation from the citizens, offering tbe surrender of the placo on condition that their la we, institutions, and property should bo respected. '"' I will hold the place as long ns patfsible ; its importance require* that a garrison of five or six hundred men should beseul to occupy if Us speedily as possible. To obtain this object, I have despatched Commodore Perry to Mntamoroa, to make arrangements with Gen. Patteison to huvo a force here without delay. As I deem it important tbe Mississippi should anil without delay, I m...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

The Letters of Marque.—The following oxtracU from a ccmmerctal letter, dated at Havana on the 12th ult., confirms opinions which have been expressed here with regard to the Mexican letters of marque, said to have been sent to that port. We understand letters of marque hnve been received here from Mexico, and letters of naturalization likewise, for sale. In tbe printed instruction! attached to the letters of marque, it is stated that captures are to be taken into Mexican ports, but if lhat is not practicable, they are to he carried to neutral ports, and will there be condemned by the Mexican Consul. Wo believe, however that by the treaties between Ihe United States and Spain, tho latter power can neither allow privateers to bo fitted out, in any of her ports, nor permit American vessels captured and brought in, to be condemned; and wo have good grounds for lhe conviction that our Government will faithfully adhere to thoae treaties. We suppose other government* at peace with the Unite...

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From the Salem Gazette. GROWTH OF THE FREE STATES AND OF THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

From the Salem Gazette. GROWTH OF THE FREE STATES AND OF THE WEST. A recent calculation as to the political strength of the free nnd slave States, gives the following result: The total vote in the Union for President in 1844, was about, in round numbers ----- 2,700,000 The vote of the free States was - 1,900,000 The vote of the .lave Stales was - 800,000 Majority free States* voters - 1,100,000 The striking fact here is, lhat lhe majority in the free States exceeds the whole vote of the States not free. The Electoral vote of lhe free Slates was - 161 Slave Slates ------ IU Majority of voles in free States - 47 Tbe West is making giant strides in population and power. It has become literally true, lhat *' Westward the star of Empire lakes ils way." The Valley of the Mississippi is becoming the sent of the central power of the nation. Our prayer is, lhat the West may exert n moral influence commensurate with its political greatness. In lhe mutations of the country, which are more sudd...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

Rtrnnr.rc Death.--On Tuesdny morning, Mrs Shepherd, wife of Thomas Shepherd Esq., Postmaster of Northampton, feeding in good health loft home to take tho ear*, for Creel-field. When In lhe cars, and before leaving Northampton, she was I taken in u'fAinliug fit, antl diet! in half an hour.

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LOSS OF STEAMER ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 December 1846

LOSS OF STEAMER ATLANTIC. The splendid aleaawr Atlantic was driven ashore daring the gale of Thursday morning last, and iv iv* minutes afterwards went to pieces—between 40 aad 50 of her passengers were lost. Tlie New York Express slates that Daniel Web. ster and Judge Kent wert in Norwich intending to go on iv tbe boat, bul were deterred by tin storm. The train arrived at Allen's Point at half past 11 on Wednesday night, and (he boat did nut leave unlil after midnight. Accounts differ ns lo the numlwr of persons on board; hut including the crew and servants, there were probably between oue hundred und one hundred and ton iv llie whole. The Atlantic had great difficulty in landing at New Li'inlon, on account of the severity of llie gale, but ihere being some fifteen or twenty passengers to go on .bore, and a number to go on board, for New York, Capt. Dustaii, after a battle of some three-fourths of an hour with the elements, succeeded in placing his boat alongside the wharf. James St...

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