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COLLEGES, PROFESSIONAL AND NORMAL SCHOOLS IN

(Corrected 1873.) COLLEGES.

THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS. BATES, LEWISTON. ME. Com., last THEO. SEM., BANGOR, ME. . Or. Cong.) Wed. but one June. Vac., 9 w. fm Com.; - Ann. Thurs. af. let Wed. in June; vac. 6 w. fm Wed, bet, last Th. Nov.

15 w. from anni. bowDOIN, BRUNSWICK, ME. - Com.,

Vr. EPIS. INSTITUTE, BURLINGTON, VT.
20 Wed. July: Vac.; i w. from Com.; - Acad. yr. 43 w. fm 1st Wed, in sept.
Bw. from Wed. before last Th. Nov. Theo. SEM. (Ortho. Cong.), ANDUVER,
Spring Vac., 1 w.

MA88. – Anni, Thurs. bef. July 4; vaca,
COLBY UNIVER., WATERVILLE, ME. - 9 w. after anni., and 3 w. in spring.
Com., 4th Weil. July. Vac., fm om.,5 w.; Bost. UNIV SCH. OF THEo. (Metho.).
pm 21 w. Dec. 8 w.; fm 1st Wed. May, 1 w. -Sem. year beg. Sept. 9.

MAINE WESLEYAN BEM. AND FEMALE NEW CHURCH Theo. Sci., WALTHAM,
COLL., Kant's HILL, ME. - Three terms MASS. (Swedenbory).-Pres., Rev. Thos.
13 w. each. Com., 2d Mon. Aug.; last Worcester, Boston.
Mon. Nuv.; 2d Mon. March.

EPISCOPAL THEO. SCHOOL AT CAM
MAINE STATE COLL, OF AGRIC, AND ' BRIDGE, MA88.-Year begins 3d Wed. in
THE MECHANIC ARTS, ORONO, ME., Sept., ends 3d Wed. in June.
Sp, tm beg. Feb. 6, clo. Ap. 2.); I w. vac.; NEWTON THEO. INST., NEWTON CON
Sum. term beg. May 7, che. Aug. 5; 3 w. TRE, MASS. (Bapt.) - Ann., 2a Wed. Jun.
vac; Fallierm begi Aug. 27, clo. Nov. 25; Vac. fm ann. to 2d Tu. Sept., and I w.
!0 w. vac. Com. Anna 5.

from last Wed. Jan. DARTMOUTH, AT HANOVER, N. H. Theo. SCHOOL, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Com., last Thurs, in June; vac. 9 w. from Year is same as Harvard Cotlege. Com. and I w. in the winter. Year endo TUFTS COLLEGE Div. School, COL last Thurs, in June

LEGE HILL (MEDFORD), Mass. (Univ.), MIDDLEBURY, MIDDLEBURY, Vr.- School year rame as that of the College. Com., 3d Wed. July. Fill tm beg. w.liter. BERKELEY Div. SCHOOL (Epis.), MID

NORWICH UNIVERSITY, NORTHFIELD, DLETOWN, Conn. - Ycar beg. 2d Wed. Vr. - Com., Th. June 25. Vac., 9 w. Sept.; ende about the 1st June. Recess Christmas term, 16 w. fm. Aug. 27.' Vac., Christmas and Easter.

Div. Sch. of YALE COLL., NEW HAUNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, AND STATE VEN, CONN. (Ortho. Cong.) – Year beg. AGRICULTURAL COLLELE, AT BURLING- Sept. .0; cont. till 30 Thurs. May. TON, - Com., d Wed. July. Vaca., Com. 'T'HEO. Inst. OF CONN., HARTFORD. 10-w.; froin Wed, before Christinas 2 w., Ortho. Cong )--Acad. yr fm 3d Th. Sept. and I w. from close of spring term.

to 4th Th. May. AMHERST, AMHERST, MASS.

MEDICAL SCHOOLS. 20 Th. July. Vac., 9 w. following; 3 w. MED. Sch. OF ME., Bowpoin Coll., last of Dec., and 2 w. in spring.

BRUNSWICK, MF.-Beg. Feb 19, lauls 16 w. BosTON COLLEGE, Boston, MASS. MED. DEP. DART. COLL., HANOVER, Two sessions, beginning on 1st Mon. of N. H. - Beg. 18t Th. Aug., cont. 14 w. Sept., and let Mon. of Feb. Exhib. be- Vr. MED. Sch., BURLINGTON, Vr. ginning of July.

Medical lect. beg. 3d Th. Mch., con. 16w. COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSB, WOR- MED SCH. OF HARV.COLL., B:»STON.CESTER, MASS.-% terms 21 w each; year The year beg. Th. af. last Wed in Sept.; begins 1st Wed. Bept., ends last w. June. ends last Wed. in June. It is divided

HARVARD, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.-Acad. | into two equal terms, with vac. of i w. year begins Thurs. after last Wed. Sept., between them. ends at Com., last Wed. June; recess fm BOSTON UNIV, Sch. OF MED. (Ho24 Dec. to Jan. 6, inclusive.

miopath.) – Tın beg. Nov. 4. TUFTS COLL., COLLE':E HILL (MEN- MED. INST. OF YALE COLLEGE, NEW FORN), MASS. First tm beg. Sept. *, '73, HAVEN, CONN.-Course beg. Oct. 16, 1873, ends Jan. 28, °74, vac. 2 w.; 2d tm beg. cont. 17 w.; spring tm beg. Mch. 5, 1874, Feb. 12. Com. June 7; vac. 11 w.

cont. 16 w. WILLIAME, WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.

DENTAL SCH, HARV. COLL., BOSTON. Com ., let Wed. July. Vac., 9w. af.Com.; 1- Beg. last Th. Sept. ; 2 tms, 19 w. each. 2 w. fmTu.bef. Chr., 2w. fm 1st Tu. Ap.

LAW SCHOO1.8.
Browy, PROVIDENCE, R. I. - ]st term
beg. Se; t. 5, 1873, ends Jan. 15, 1974, vac. 3

LAW SCHOOL, AT CAMBRIDGE, MASS. w.; 2d tm beg. Feb. 6. Com., last Wed.

-Year is same as Harvard College.
June.

Roston UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW.
TRINITY, HARTFORD, Conn.Com.,

- Beg. 18t Wed. Oct., ende st Wed. June. Th. bef. July 4th. Vac., 11 w. fm Com.; 2

LAW SCHOOL, NEW HAVEN, ('ONN. or 3 w. fm Th. bef. Christmas. Recess in Terms begin Feb. 11, and Sept. 10. April.

SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS. WESLEYAN UNIV. MIDDLETOWN, OT. CHANDLER SCIEN. DEPT., N. H. COLL. -Com., last 'Th.June. Va.,11 w.fm Com., OP AGRIC, AND THE MECH. ARTS, AND 2 w, fm Dec. 9; and I w. fm Mch 26. THAYER SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEER

YALE, NEW HAVEN, CONN.-Com. Th. ING, HANOVER, N. H.-Terms same as aft. last Wed June. Vac., 11 w. fin Com. Dart. Coll., except that Agric. Coll. closes 1st tm It w., vac. 2 w; 2d im. 13 w., vac. April 5, and last has 21 tm begin. 2 w.

Com.,

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UNIVER. OF VT., BURLINGTON, has STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, CASTLETON, also a scientific and agricultural course. Vr.-Year begins 1st Thurs. Sept. and

MA88. AGRICUL, COLLEGE, AMHERST, ends last Th. June, 3 w. vac, bet. tms. Mass. - Three terms, 13 w, each; begin STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, JOHNSON, Jan. 1, Ap. 16, and Aug. 27.

VERMONT. - Fall term 20 weeks. began LAWRENCE SCIEN. SCHOOL (HARV. 4th Wednesday in August, 1873: spring COLL.), CAMBRIDGE, MASS. – The year term 20 weeks, begins

2d Wednesday in is the same as Harvard College.

February. Examination for admission, The Bussey INSTITUTION (a school of first day of each term. agriculture and horticulture in Harvard STATE NORM. SCHOOL, RANDOLPH University. Year is same as Harv. Col. CENTRE, VT. - The year is divided into

MASS, INS. OF TECHNOLOGY, Boston. 2 terms of 20 w, each, and each term into -Acad. yr 1st. Mon. Oct. to May 30. 2 qrs. Fall term beg. 4th Tues. in Aug.;

Worc. Co. FREE INSTIT. OF INDUST. spring term beg. 2d Tues. in Feb. Exam. SCIENCE, WORCESTER, MASS. — 2 tms; for admis. first day of each quarter. 1st, fm 24 Tu. Sept. to last Fri. Jan., 2d, STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, NEW BRIfrom 3d Tu. Feb. to 1st Frid. August. TAIN, Conx,- School year consists of

SHEFFIELD SCIEN. SCHOOL (YALE 2 tms, amounting to 40 w., beg. in Sept. COL.) NEW HAVEN, CT.-Terms same NORMAL SCHOOLS OF MA88.-In each as Yale College.

of these the course of study occupies 2 NORMAL SCHOOLS.

years, or 4 tme, each tm including i9 ws.

study and I w. rec. Exam. for admis., EASTERN NORMAL SCHOOL, CASTINE, at beg. of each term, will take place :ME. - Three terms-fm Aug. 14, 14 w., At Salem, Tues. Feb. 17, and Tues. Sept. fm Dec. 3, 0 w., fm Feb. 18, 4 w.

1; at Westfield, Feb. 19, and Sept. WESTERN NORMAL SCHOOL, FARM- 13; at Bridgewater, Tues. Feb. 24, and INGTON, ME. - Sch. yr. from Aug. 26 to Tues. Sept. *: at Framingham, Thurs. July 3; 2 terms, 20 weeks each.

Feb. 19, and Thurs. Sept. 3.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS IN MASSACHU

(Corrected 1873.) Essex, at Ipswich, on the 2d Tues. of HAMPDEN, at Springfield, on the 20 April; at Salem, on the 2d Tues. of July; Tues. of April, the 1st Tues. of Oct., and at Newburyport, on the 2d Tues, of Oct.; the 4th Tues. of June and Dec. and at Lawrence, on the last Tues. of BERKSHIRE, at Pittsfield, un 1st Tu. of Aug.; and on the 4th Tues. of Dec., at Apl., July, and Sept., and lurt Tu. Dec. Ipswich, Salem, or Newburyport, as they Norfolk, at Dedham, on the 3d Tues. shall order at their next preceding term. of April, the 4th Tues. of June and Sept.,

MIDDLESEX, at Cambridge, on the 1st and the last Wed. of Dec. Tues. of Jan., and the 1st Tues, of June; PLYMOUTH, at Plymouth, on the 1st and at Lowell, on the lst Tues, of Sept. Tues. of Jan., the 3d Tues. of March,

WORCESTER, at Worcester, on the 4th and the 1st Tues. of Ang. Tu. of March, the 3d Tu. of June, the BRISTOL, at Taunton, on the 4th Tues. 2d Tu. of Sept., and the 4th Tu. of Dec. of March and Bept.

HAMPSHIRE, at North .mpton, on the 1st BARNSTABLE, at Barnstable, on the 2d Tues. of March, Sept., und Dec., and on Tues. of April and Oct. the Tues, next after the id Mon. of June. Dukes Co., at Edgartown, on the Wed.

FRANKLIN, at Greetfield, on the 1st next after the 3d Mon. of May, and the Tues. of March and sept., and the 2d Wed. next after the 2d Mon, of Nov. Tues. of June and Dec.

REGISTERS IN BANKRUPTCY IN NEW ENGLAND.

(Corrected 1873.) MAINE.

MASSACHUSETTS. 18t District, J. D. Fessenden, Portland, 1st District, H. M. Knowlton, New 2d District, John W. May, Auburn,

Bedford. 311 District, vacancy.

Ditjes appor

2d District, Samuel B. Noyes, Canton. tioner as fol OWA: Lincoln and Kennebec 3d District, F. W. Palfrey, Boston. Co's, Register May; Somerset and knox 4th District, 8. L. Thorndike, Boston. Co's, Register Himlin.

5th District, Benj. C. Perkins, Salem. 4th District, Charles Hamlin, Bangor.

6th District, E. J. Sherman, Lawrence. 5th District, vacancy. Assigued to

7th Distrirt, A. F. Jewett, Lowell. Register Hamlin.

8th District, Peter C. Bacon, Worcester.

9th District, 1. F. Conkey, Amherst. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

10th Dist., Gideon Wells, Springfield. 1st District, Thomas E. Sawyer, Dover.

RHODE ISLAND. 2.1 District, Aaron W.Sawyer, Nashua.

J. M. Clarke, Providence. 3d District, WW, H. H. Allen, Claremont.

CONNECTICUT.
VERMONT.

1st District, Henry E. Burton. Hartford. !st District, A. P. Lyman, Bennington. 21 District, E. K. Foster, New Haven. 2d District, A. Underwood, Wells River. 3d District, R. Coit, Jr., New London, 3d Dist.

Jobu L. Edwards, Derby. 4th District, L. N. Middlebrook, Bridge
L. L. Lawrence, Burlington. port.

1874.

JANUARY, First Month.

O's Declination.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. id. m. Days. d. m.Days. d. m.

1 229.59 7 22 20 13 21 26 19 20 16 25 18 53
2 22 54 8 22 12 14 21 15 20 20 3 26 18 38

22 48 9 22 4 15 21 4 21 1950 27 18 22 22 42 10 21 55 16 20 53 22 19 36 28 18 6 122 35 11 21 46 17 20 41 23 19 22 29 17 50 22 28 12 21 36 18 20 29 24 19 81 30 17 34

O Full Moon, 2d day, 2h. 19m., evening, E.
( Last Quarter, 10th day, 3h. 11m., evening, W.
o New Moon, 18th day, 3h. 16m., morning, E.

First Quarter, 24th day, 7h. 58m., evening, W.

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1 Th. Jircun. Oiu Peri. Hi, tides. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. Well 2 Fr. 1 runs high.

Snow in begun is half well done, they say. 3 Sa. Length of night 14h. 50m. Let us try it. The way to begin 4 D 20 Sund.aft. Chr. p in 8. bills. If a man must be all the

well is to square up those little 5 Mo. 4th. 8 in 8. 6 H (: time in debt, let it lie together, 6 Tu. Epiphany. şuube Jos. Guidotte chelshz. steel due to one or two, and not scat7 W. Legislature neets in Mass. and Maine.

tered all over town. A lot of

little bills that hang along not 8 Th. ( in Apogee. 640.

paid, keep a man in hot water 9 Fr. Very low tides. places. all the time. The best way is to 10 Sa. { "lied apolcore. JIS:; ex-emp'or of France,

pay as you go; but if you can't 11 D Ist Zund. after Epiphany. do that, square up the odds and 12 Do. şuth. Stmr Star of the West tired upon by ends, and see just how they stand. S. C. troops, in Charleston har., 1861.

Short credits make long friend13 Tu.

Signs of a thaw.ships, and prompt pay makes good 14 W.X in Aphelion.

neighborhood. There's a heap 15 Th. OWO. {10. Red shya a tecavitt, of waste when you have a sloven

Feed 16 Fr. (ruus low. 4 stat.

to take care of stock. 17 Sa. l 6 (. 6 c. Cold

well, but don't let any of the tod

der go to waste. Sleep like to 18 D 20 Sun. after Epiphany.. be free to go in when it stornis, 19 Mo. 18th. Buiwer, the celebrated suvelist,

or stay out. Give them a chance 20 Tu. ( in Peri. 21st. ó c. to stay out if they want to, and 21 W.168.4. Very high tides. they do all the better for it. If

clear and cold, they will choose 22 Th. Bill abolishing the franking privilege

passed by the U.S. Senate, 1873, to stay out in the open air. Don't 23 Fr.

and blustering weather.crowd them. Give them a vari24 Sa. 16 c. 6 ho.

ety of food, for they like it, plenty 25 D 30 Sun. after Epiphany.

of pure water, and time to drink

it. Colts must have a warm place, 26 Mo.25th. Conversion of St. Paul.

good hay, and some grain. Hens 27 Tu. 328th. Bill transferring capital to Rome 3 passed Italian Senate, 1871.

pay as well for their cost as any 28 W. 8 in O. 6 8 h. Low tid. other stock on the farm, if they 29 Th. (runs high. { George 111., died, are well treated. Give them an 30 Fr..168 h. Charles I. beheaded, 1849. they can have the sun, and be

airy, dry, and warm place, where 31 Sa. 16 HC. Grows warmer. tree from cold draughts of air.

died, 1873, aged 67.

1874.

FEBRUARY, Second Month.

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

1 178. 0 7 15 13 13 1+ 19 11 9 25 8 58
2 16 43 8 14 53 14 12 54 20 10 481 26 8 35
16 25 9 14 3+ 15 1234 21

26 27 8 13 4 16 7 10 14 14 16 12 13 22 10 4 28 7 50 5 15 49 11 13 55 17 11 52 23 9 42

15 31 12 13 35 18 111 31 24 9 20

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( Last Quarter, 9th day, 11h. 45m., morning, W.
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