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Writing and Copying Ink.
A NEI AND BEAUTIFUL SHADE.
THIS NEW INK
We now offer to the Trade has been before the public for some time, and has attained an extensive reputation. The DIAMOND Ink is well adapted for commercial and business
purposes, is a positive color,
AND WILL COPY.
This Diamond Ink possesses the following superior qualities :
1. It is a permanent color, and is warranted not to fade; it has been ti'oroughly tested by both heat and light, and will stand either as well as any Ink made.
2. It will not corrode the pen in the least.
3. It is of that peculiar shade so pleasant to the eye, producing a full impression at once, as the color does not change like other fluids.
4. It flows beautifully, and will give a good copy.
5. Freezing does not injure it. As a School Ink, and for ladies' use, it is superior to anything in the market, as it does not thicken up, or corrode the pen, as all cheap inks do. This Ink has already been quite extensively introduced into schools with the most satisfactory results.
It is put up in 1, 2 and 4 oz. square flint-glass fancy bottles, one dozen in a neat paper box, and packages of half a gross each. Also in School and Commercial Stands, 4 dozen packed in a box; and in half-pints, pints and quarts, new style bottles, of one dozen each, all neatly labelled and securely boxed for shipping.
For Sale by all Newsdealers and Stationers. NEW ENGLAND NEWS CO.,
41 Court Street, Boston,
CALCULATED ON A NEW AND IMPROVED PLAN,
FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD
Being BISSEXTILE or LEAP YEAR, and (until July 4) 96th of Amerioan
the year, a variety of
ESTABLISHED IN 1793,
Sold by the Booksellers and Traders throughout New England.
TO PATRONS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
OUR 80th Number! Fourscore years! During these eight decades what wonderful changes have taken place in our country! What development and growth! Our domain has been inercased fivefold; our population tepfold ! What wonderful inventions and discoveries have been madel-railways, steamboats, telegraphs, sewing machines, reaping-machines, steam-plouglis, photography, ánæs. thetic agents! What great questions have been settled !
Our grateful acknowledgmeuts are due to our host of patrons for the favor with which our Almanac has been received. We have endeavored, this year, to give as large an amount of the most useful and entertaining watter as our space would perinit -wortlı, it is believed, many times the sum asked for the Almanac.
The tides are given, as heretofore, on the quarter hour nearest the actual time. A distinction in the tides is given, in the right hand calendar pages, into low and very low, high and very high. A tide table for different ports is given on page 47.
Copies of this Almanac of the years 1793 and 1705 are wanted. Address the publishers.
“ It is by our works, and not by our words, we would be judged: these, we hope, will sustain us in the bumble though proud station we have so long held.. ..
Coro Phomas .
MEETINGS OF FRIENDS IN NEW ENGLAND.
(Corrected 1871.) The yearly Meeting of Friends is held at mo., at Falmouth, and 1st fifth day, 10th Newport, R.I., beginning with Select, the mo., at Sandwich, Mass. Falmouth : 5th 2d sixth day in the 6th mo., at 9 A.M. For day before the 1st sixth day in the 2d and business on 7th day, at 9 A. M. Public 9th mos., at Windham ; 6th month at meetings for worship on first day at New- Westbrook, and 11th mo. at Durham. port and Portsmouth, at 10 A. M, and 4 Smithfield : 2d fifth day, 2d mo., at WorP.M. The Yearly Meeting is composed of cester; 2d fifth day, 6th mo., at Norththe Quarterly Meetings of Rhode Island, bridge; 2d fifth day, 8th mo., at Bolton; Salem, Sandwich, l'almouth, Smithfield, 2d fifth day, 11th mo., at Smithfield. Vas Vassalboro', Dover, and Fairfield, which salboro': 2d sixth day in the 2d and 9th are held as follows:
mos. at Vassalburo'; on the last sixth Rhode Island: 1st fifth day, 20 mo., at day in the 5th mo., and the 2d sixth day Providence; 18t fifth day, 5th at in the mo., at East Vassalboro. East Greenwich; 1st fifth day, 8th mo., Dover : 4th fifth day, 1st mo., at Rochesat Newport, and 1st fifth day, 11th mo., ter; 4th mo. at Dover; 8th mo. at North at Fall River. Salem : 3d fifth day, 1st Berwick, and 10th mo. at Sandwich. mo., at Salem ; 4th fifth day, 5th mo., at Fairfield : 4th day before the 2d sixth Amesbury; 3d fifth day, 8th mo., at Lynn, day, in the 2d and 9th mos., at Manchesand 3d fifth day, 10th mo., at Weare. ter; on 4th day before the last 6th day in Sandwich : 1st Afth day, 4th and 12th the 5th mo., and 4th day before the 2d mos., at New Bedford; 1st fifth day, 7th sixth day in the 11th mo. at Fairfield.
EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (SEPT., 1871). Salary
Salary ULYSSES S. GRANT, III., Pres., $25,000 1 G.S. Boutwell, Mass., Sec. Treas., $8,000 Schuyler Colfax, Ind., V. Pres. 8,000 Columbus Delano, O.,
8,000 Flamilton Fish, N.Y., Sec. State, 8,000 J. A. J. Creswell, Md., Post. Gen., 8,000 G. M. Robeson, N.J., “ Navy, 8,000 | Amos T. Akerman, Ga., Atty" 8,000