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The fields breathe sweet, the daisies kiss our feet;
Young lovers meet, old wives a-sunning sit;
In every street these tunes our ears do greet->
Cuck-oo, jug-jug, pee-we, to-witta-woo ! -

Spring! the sweet Spring! - T. Nash.
Aspects,

_Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 W. St. Philip and St. James. TIME presses now, and we must
2 Th. 7 in 8. {lomeete.

lst. Conn. Legislature stick to the work. Put in the 3 Fr. Lów tides.

seeds, not forgetting the garden.

Agreeable It is of no use to find fault with 4 Sa.69.

weather work.

We ought to thank our 5 F Bogation Sund. 6 WC. stars that we are able to work. 6 Mo. 8 stat.

169 C. It is harder to be idle than to

. 7 Tu.680

88. as

Daniel Webster, said, “It is em8 W.683. 8 in Aphelion. ployment that makes people hap

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9 Th. Ascen. Day, or Holy, Thurs. py.” I have faith in work; so
10 Fr. 8th. High tides. Signs don't find fault with having enough
11 Sa. ( runs high.

of
to do.

It is about time to graft

fruit trees. The scions are better 12 F Sun. af. Ascen. ( in Apo. taken off in February or March; 18 Mo. 6 H 4. 12th, 6 h . but set them just before active 14 Tu. { 13th came town, Virginia, rain. growth begins. In ploughing and 15 W. Very low tides.

planting, the rule is to do every16 Th. Mrs. Hemans, poetess, died, 1885.

thing well, -as well as you know

how. Better do an acre first-rate 17 Fr. 670 Becomes very than half do two acres. . Better 18 Sa. Gen.Taylor crossed the Rio ,

fine. raise fifty or even eighty bushels 19 F Whitsunday. Pentecost.of corn on one acre, than plough, 20 Mo. Marquis de Lafayette, ded, 1834.

and manure, and hoe, and weed

two acres to get the same. It is 21 Tu.

Some showers.

more work to treat one acre as it 22 W. gr. elon. W. (ecl.invis. ought to be, but costs much less to 23 Th. Very high tides. [in U.S. do it first-rate than to go over two 24 Fr. (runs low. ( in Perigee. acres, and get half a crop. Look 25 Sa. 24th. Queen Victoria Warm

sharp after the caterpillars. A

long pole with a stiff brush on the 26 F Trinity Sunday. 6h (. end, will bring them down. Wash 27 Mo.

and agreeable the trees with strong soap-suds. 28|Tu. R. 1. Legislature meets at Newport.

Some use whale oil, or carbolic

It is death on the in29 W. gr. hel, lat. S.

sects, and it doesn't seem to hurt 30 Th. Corpus Christi.

weather.

the trees, but makes them grow. 31 Fr. 30th. Decoration Day.

Keep down the weeds.

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2 22 18 8 22 55 14 23 19 28 27 26 23 21

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New Moon, 5th day, 10h. 39m., evening.

First Quarter, 14th day, 2h. 34m., morning.
O Full Moon, 21st day, 2h. 14m., morning.
( Last Quarter, 27th day, 4h. 43m., evening.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,
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Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 11 Sa. Nicomede. óc.

I hope you have got through 2 F 1st Sun. af. Trinity.

planting It is getting late for 3 Mo. 2d. Low tides. Fair.

corn and potatoes, and most of

the main crops; but Hungarian 4 Tu. 6$ ( 6 ( [visible. grass can be sown now, and the 5 W. 164. (

.ecl., in- swedes about the middle of the 6 Th. High tides. {5

5th. N. H. Legisla- month. Sow in drills about two 7 Fr. ( runs high. Some rain

feet apart, and you can go through

them with the horse-hoe, and that 8 Sa. 9th. ( in Apogee. saves a deal of hand-hoeing, you 91 F 20 Sun. af. Trin. places. know. Stir the ground about the 10 Mo.9th. 6 H (. 64 C. garden crops, the beets, the early 11 Tu. St. Barnabas.

Very potatoes, and the corn if it is

smart enough to have got up. 12 W. Very low tides.

Nothing like stirring things up 13 Th.

warm for this month. Prop up tomatoes 14 Fr.

17th. C. L. Vallandigham died

fom a self-inflicted, accidens some if they are in need of it. Don't 15 Sa. tal pistol-shot, 1871.

days.
those

pease need staking? Bean16 F 30 Sunday after Trinity. poles ought to be set straight, to

make

Look 17 Mo. 688. $ in $. 6 $ 8 . sharp after the bugs on the young 18 Tu. i 6 $ 8 . Changeable. vines, the squashes, the cucum19 W. $17th: Battle of Bunker

[GINS. bers, and the melons. Sprinkle 20 Th. O ent. Oo. SUMMER BE

a little slaked lime over them

in the morning, or soak a little 21 Fr. (runs low. ( in Peri.

hen-dung in water, and so make 22 Sa. Pin 8.6h (Very hi.ti. their breakfast disgusting to them. 23 F 4th Sun.af. T. (2011. LONGEST Scatter some wood ashes about 24 Mo. St. John Baptist.

the plants, if you have any to 25 Tu. 24th. 6 $ o sup.

Can't you let the oxen go 26 W. King George IV. died, 1830.

out to grass now a little while ? 27 Th.

fine weather. If you kept them on hay through 28 Fr. Queen Victoria crowned, 1838.

the heavy work, a bite of June 29 Sa. St Peter.

6 wc. grass will do them good. Don't 30 F 5th Suuday after Trinity. salt once or twice a week. A big

fail to give all your cattle a little
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