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APRIL, Fourth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. 1. Days. d. n. Days. d. m.Days. d.

4 N39 7 6 56 13 9 9 19 11 16 25 13 17
5 2. 8 7 19 14 9 31 20 11. 37 26 13 36
5 25 9 7 41 15 9 52 21 11 5727 13 55
5 48 10 8 3 16 10 13 22 12 17 28 14 14
6 11 11 8 25 17 10 34 23 12 37 29 14 33
6 34 12 8 47 18 (10 55 24 12 67 30 14 51.

First Quarter, 8th day, 11h. 41m., evening.
O Full Moon, 15th day, 5h. 42m., evening.
( Last Quarter, 22d day, 11h. 41m., morning.
New Moon, 30th day, 1h. 53m., evening.

Full Sea,
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h. h. 1 Fr. 15 43 16 26 | 12 43 13 39| 41 1/12 h'd 6 591 0 39 2 Sa. 15 41 16 27 12 46 3 42 4 2

7 57" 1 20 3 SU.5 39 6 28 12 49 3 451 3 3

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9 551 247 :5 Tu. 15 36 16 30 12 54 3 50 3 5! 2 2 arm 10 54 3 32 6 W. 15 34 16 31 12 57 13 53 2 6 2 37 arm 11 51% 4 21 7 Th. 15 32 6 33 13 13 57 2 71 31 4

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5 11 8 Fr. 5 31 6 34 13 3 3 591 2 8

0 471 6 3 9 Sa. 15 29 6 35 13 6 4 2 2 9

1 381 6 57 10 SU.5 27 16 36 13 9 4 5 1 10 61 67 h'rt 2 26 7 51 11 Mo. 5 26 6 37 13 11 4 7 1 11

h'rt| 3 9 8 46 12 Tu. 5 24 6 38 13 14 4 10 1 12 819 bel. 3471 9 40 13 W. 5 22 6 39 13 17 4 13 0 13 9 10 bel.. I 4 2210 34 14 Th. 15 21 16 40 13 19 4 15 0 14 104 104 rei. 4 55 11 29 15 Fr. 15 19 6 42 13 23 4 19 F. 0111113 rei. rises. morn. 16 Sa. 15 17 16 43 13 26 4 22 0 (16/12

sec. 7 501 0 24 17 SU.5 166 44 13 28 4 241 1/17

sec. 9 7 1 20 18|Mo. 5 14 6 457 13 31 4 27 118 117 14| thi. 10 21 2 18 19 Tu. 5 13 16 46 13 334 29 1 191 2 24| thi. 11 301 3 17 20 W. 5 11 6 47 13 36 4 32 120 3 37 kn. (morn. 4 15 21|Th. 5 10|6 48 | 13 384 34 1|21| 3% 44 kn. 0 301 5 12 22 Fr. 5 8 6 49 | 13 41 4 37 2 22 45+ legs 1 211 6 7 23 Sa. 15 716 50 13 43 4 39 2 23 6:1 legs 2 4 6 58 24 SU.5 56 52 13 474 432 24 74 legs 2 41 7 47 25 Mo. 5 46 53 13 49 4 45 2 25 84 feet 3 12 8 32 26 Tu. 5 2 6 54 13 52 4 48 2 26 87 9 feet 3 401 9 15 27 W. 5 16 55 13 54 4 50 3 27 91 9h'd 4 5 9 57 28|Th. 4 59 6 56 | 13 574 53 3 128|10|10)| hod 4 29 10 38 29 Fr. 4 58 6 57 13 59 4 55 3 29 100 11 h'd 4 54 11 19 30 Sa. 14 56 6 58 14 2 4 581 3 113/11 | n'k sets. 0 1

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Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. Id. m. Days. d. m.

1 15 N10 7 16 53 13 18 27 19 19 50 25 21
2 15 28 8 17 10 14 18 42 20 20 2 26 21 11
3 15 45 9 17 26 15 18 56 21 2015 27 21 21
4 16 3 10 17 42 16 19 10 22 20 26 28 21 31
5 1620 11 17 57 17 1923 23 20 38 29 21 40
6 16 37 12 18 12 18 19 37 24 20 49 30 21 49

First Quarter, 8th day, 10h. 53m., morning.
O Full Moon, 15th day, 1h. 19m., morning.
( Last Quarter, 22d day, lh. 25m., morning.

New Moon, 30th day, 5h. 13m., morning.

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m. 1 SU.14 556 5914 415 01 3 1/12 n'k 7 491 0 43 2 Mo. 4 54 7 1 14 7 5 3 3 2 ! arm 8 48 1 30 3 Tu. 4 52 7 2 14 10 15 6 3 3 1 11 arm 9 47 2 18 4 W. 4 517 3 14 12 15 8 3 4 13 2 arm 10.43 3 7 5 Th. 4 50 7 4 14 14 5 10 3.5 21 24 br. 11 36 3 59 6 Fr. 4 48 7 5 14 17 5 13 4 6 31 br. morn. 4 51 7 Sa. 4 47 7 6 14 19 5 15 4 7 4 41 h'rt 0 24 547 8 SU. 4 467 7 14 21 5 17 4 8 5 51 hrt 1 7 6 37 9 Mo. 4 45 7 8 14 23 5 19 4 9 6 61 bel. 1 46| 7 29 10 Tu. 4 44 7 9 14 25 5 21 410 7 71 bel. 2 20 8 21 11 W. 4 43 7 10 14 27 5 23 4 11 8

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2 53 9 14 12 Th. 4 41 7 11 14 30 15 26 4 12 9

97 rei.

3 24 10 7 13 Fr. 4 40 7 12 14 32 15 28 4 1310 104 sec. 3 56 11 2 14 Sa. 4 39/7 14 14 355 31 4 14 104 111 sec. 4 30 11 59 15 SU. 4 38 7 15 14 375 33 4 011112 thi. rises. morn. 16 Mo. 4 37 7 16 14 39 5 35 416 4| thi. | 9 9| 0 58 17 Tu. 4 36 7 17 14 41 5 37| 417 11 kn. 10 16 1 58 18 W. 4 35 7 18 14 43 5 39 4 18 13 21 kn. 11 13 2 58 19 Th. 4 34 7 19 14 455 41 4 19 21 3 kn. morn. 3 56 20 Fr. 4 33 7 19 14 46 15 42| 420 31 4 legs 0 1 4 51 21 Sa. 4 33 7 20 14 475 43 421 41 5 legs 0 411 5 42 22 SU. 4 32 7 21 14 49 5 45 422 51 54 feet| 1 15 6 29 23 Mo. 4 31 7 22 14 51 5 47 423 61 62 feet 1 44 7 13 24 Tu. 4 30 7 23 14 53 5 49 324 7

2 10 7 56 25 W, 14 29 7 24 14 555 51 325 8 81 h'd 2 34 8 37 26|Th. | 4 297 25|14 56 5 52| 3|26| 8% 9 Th’d | 2 58 9 18 27 Fr. 4 28 7 26 14 585 54 327 91 9 n'k 3 23 10 0 28 Sa. 4 277 27 15 0 15 56 328 107 101 n'k 3 49 10 43 29 SU. 4 27 7 28 15 1 5 57 329 11111 arm 4 19 11 27 30 Mo. 4 26 7 28 15 2 15 58 30 113 114 arm sets. O 15

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1/ B. 6 84. High tides. FOR planting corn, or other 2 Mo. 616.6(. Quite crops that are tender, or liable 3 Tu. Bonaparte declared Emperor of France, to be injured by the frost, it is 4W. gr. elong. W. ŞConn. Legis. better to wait till the ground is

meets, 16t dry and warm; you will lose no5 Th. ( runs high. Wed. May. thing by waiting a little. Indian 6 Fr. 6 OHC

does well on a freshly11 7 Sa. Steamship China arrives in Boston in turned sod, especially if a liber

7 d. 227 n. from Queenstown; shortest al coating of manure was 'turned 8 B. R passage on record, 1868.

with under, and it has also some fer9 Mo. Low tides.

tilizer in the hill. It is a rank 10 Tu. Pacific Baiload opened, with great re- feeder, and you can hardly give

joicing, 1869. 11 W. gr. elong. E.

frequent it too much. Many other seeds, 12 Th.

like beans, carrots,' mangolds,

parsnips, should go into the 13 Fr. {Dark1823n New Eng: showers.ground now. Some of these seeds

land, . 14 Sa. in Perigee.

are slow to start, and if you wait 15) B. 18th. Cuvier died, 188%

Lool till later, it takes them too long to get up.

Potatoes will do any 16 Mo. High tides.

time this month; but the sooner 117 Tu.. h).

out the better. Ashes, plaster, lime, 18|W. ( runs low.

or super-phosphate in the hill, 19 Th.

for are very useful with potatoes. 120 Fr. {

Splendid meteor seen in the Northern Coarse, rank manures are to be 121|Sa.

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avoided, as they are apt to make

the tubers rot. Green rye may 22 B. Low tides.

be cut to feed to cows as soon as 23 Mo. 8 stat.

frosts. the heads begin to appear. I 24 Tu. 646

think it is better to shear sheep 25 W. 8 in 8.

early, and without washing; but

get them in if the weather is cold 26|Th. C. 4 g . and chilly. Give calves all the 27 Fr. ( in Apogee. Pleasant milk they want till they are two 28 Sa. 6 § (.

or three weeks old. Skim milk 291 B.6.210

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will do then. Keep them clean 30 Mo. 6 % (

and in a dry place, with good

bedding to lie upon. Better raise 31 Tu. in Aph. High tides. all the best heifer calves.

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JUNE, Sixth Month.

Astronomical Calculations. |Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.

1 22N. 6 7 22 47 13 23 14 19 23 26 25 23 24 2 22 14 8 22 53 14 - 23 17 20 23 27 26 23 22 3 22 21 9 22 58 15 23 20 21 23 27 27 23 20 4 22 28 10 23 3 16 23 22 22 23 27 28 23 17

22 35 11 23 7 17 23 24 23 23 26 29 23 14
122 411 12 23 11 18 23 25 24 23 25 30 23 10

First Quarter, 6th day, 6h. 32m., evening.
O Full Moon, 13th day, 9h. 3m., morning.
(Last Quarter, 20th day, 4h. 50m., evening.
New Moon, 28th day, 6h. 49m., evening.

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9 Th. 4 22 7 36 15 14 6 10 1 10 7 8 rei. 1 55 8 47 10 Fr. 4 22 7 36 15 14 6 10 1 11 81 9 sec.

2 26 9 42 11 Sa. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 1 12 9:10 sec. 3 1 10 38 12 SU. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 0|18|104 104|thi. 3 4011 38 13 Mo. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 0 0 111 112 thi. rises. morn. 14 Tu. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 015

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9 52 1 38 16 Th. 4 22 7 39 15 17 6 13 0 17 11 17 legs 10 37 2 36 17 Fr. 4 22 7 39 15 17 6 13 1 18 21

2 legs 11 14 3 30 18 Sa. 4 22 7 40 15 18 6 14 119 3 31 feet 11 45 4 20 19 SU. 4 22 7 40 15 18 6 14 120 31 41 feet morn. 5 7 20 Mo. 4 22 7 40 15 18 6 14 121| 4| 5 feet 0 13 5 51 21 Tu. 4 22 7 40 15 18 6 14 | 122 5:16 h'd 0 38 6 33 22 W. 4 23 7 41 15 18 Dec. 223

1 3 7 14 23 Th. 4 23 7 41 15 18 0 0 2 24 7

1 27 7 55 24 Fr. 4 23 7 41 15 18 0 0 2 25 8

2 25 8 81 n'k 1 52.8 38 25 Sa. 4 237 41 15 18 0 0 226 894 n'k 2 20 9 22 1.26 SU.4 24 7 41 15 17 0 1 327 9110 arm 2 52 10 8 27 Mo. 4 24 7 41 15 17 0 1 3 28 104 104 arm 3 28 10 57 28 Tu. 4 25 7 41 15 16 0 2 3 0 114 111 br. sets. (11.48 29 W. 4 25 7 41 15 16 0 2 3 112 br. 8 201 0 41 30 Th. 4 267 41 15 15 0 3 3 2 1

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