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the attesting witnesses, he must do it in some other
way than by bequeathing them anything: for lega-
cies to attesting witnesses, or to the wife or hus-
band of an attesting witness, are void. No person
under twenty-one can make a valid will. Wills
2. Candlemas-day. Scotch quarter-day.
6. Hereford-cattle, horses, and hops.
Tenancy. A yearly tenant must take care that
he gives notice to quit his premises half a year
before the time of the expiration of the current
year of his tenancy. If, by agreement, a quar-are revoked by subsequent marriage; otherwise
ter's notice is to be sufficient, such notice must a will can only be revoked by destruction, or by
also expire with the tenancy, if that is yearly. the making of a new one; and alterations in wills
Wills.-After Jan. 1838, all wills made in Eng- must be made in the same manner as a will is
land came under the provisions of the new Wills made. Wills are to be construed as if made im-
Act, of which an abstract was given in British Al- mediately before the death of the testator, unless a
manac for1838. By it, all property may be disposed contrary intention is expressed; and properties
of by will; all wills must be in writing, and each bequeathed in general terms include all property
must be signed at the bottom or end by the tes- in the possession of the testator at his decease,
tator, or, if he is unable, by some person on his whether acquired before or after the will was made.
behalf, by his direction, and in his presence; and [If persons make their own wills, without legal
two, or more, attesting witnesses (who must be assistance, let them express themselves in a plain
present at the same time) must also sign the will. simple way, avoiding roundabout phrases, or at-
If the testator wishes to acknowledge or reward tempts to imitate legal phraseology.]
(Salmon-fishing begins in
Scotland. Pheasant and
Partridge shooting ends.
Purific. of B. V. Mary.
10 41 Quinquagesima Sunday.
Mercury, in the constellation Capricornus, is an
evening star till the 3rd, from the 9th till the end
of the month, a morning star. On the 7th, at 1h.
4m. P.M., in inferior conjunction with the sun;
on the 9th, at 7h. 5m. A.M., in conjunction with
Venus, at 50 5' S.; on the 19th, at th. 8m. P.M.,
Venus, in the constellations Capricornus and Aqua-
rius, is invisible throughout the month; on the 10th,
at 9h. 23m. A.M. in Aphelion.
Mars, in the constellation Taurus, on the 14th
passes the meridian at 7h. 40m. P.M.
Jupiter, in the constellation Leo, on the 15th,
passes the meridian at 1h. 50m. A.M.
Saturn, in the const. Pisces, on the 15h, passes the
meridian at 2h. 43m. P.M., and is an evening star.
Uranus, in the constellation Pisces, on the 15th,
passes the meridian at 3h. 46m. P.M.
The Moon, on the 2nd, at oh. 57m. A.M., in con-
junction with a Virginis (Spica) at 6° 54' S.; on the
5th, at 6h. 42m. P.M., with a Scorpii at 9° 52' S.; on
the 8th, at 3h. Om. P.M., in Apogee; on the 11th, at
10h 34m. A.M., in conjunction with Mercury, at 20
46' N.; at 9h. 29m. P.M., with Venus, at 1° 45′ S.;
on the 15th, at 3h. 16m. P.M., with Saturn, at 1° 22'
N.; on the 20th, at 8h. 0m. A.M., with a Tauri (Alde-
baran) at 0° 21' S.; on the 21st, at 4h. 20m. A.M.,
with Tauri, at 10° 0' N.; at 7h. 50m. A.M., with
Mars, at 7° 29' N.; on the 23rd, at 10h. 51m. A.M.,
with 8 Geminorum (Pollux) at 9° 32' N.; on the
24th, at 11h. 0m. A.M., in Perigee; on the 25th, at
7h. 55m. P.M., in conjunction with a Leonis (Regu-
lus) at 0° 6' N.; on the 27th, at 7h. 5m. A.M., with
Jupiter, at 0° 51'S.!
The Constellations Ursa Major, Leo Minor, and
Leo, will be on the meridian about midnight, near
the middle of the month.
Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites.
First Satellite. 4th, Im. at 4h. 7m. 11s. A.M.;
5th, 1m. at 10h. 35m. 33. P. M.; 11th, Im. at 6h. om.
34s. A.M.; 13th, Im. at 0h. 28m. 38s. A.M.; 20th,
Im. at 2h. 22m. 27s. A.M.; 21st, Im. at 8h. 50m.
50s. P.M.; 27th, Im. at 4h. 16m. 3s. A.M.; 28th,
Im. at 10h. 44m. 27s. P.M. Second Satellite. 3rd,
Im. at 9h. 45m. 32s. P.M.; 11th, Im. at Oh. 21m. 58.
A.M.; 18th, Im. at 2h. 56m 25s. A.M.; 25th, Im. at
5h. 32m. 53s. A.M.; 28th, Im. at 6h. 51m. 29s. P.M.
Third Satellite. 15th, Im. at 10h. 33m. 43s. P.M;
23rd, Im. at 2h. 51m. 45s. A.M. Fourth Satellite.
3rd, Im. at 10h. 10m. 44s. P.M.; 4th, Em. at 1h. 55m.
St. Matthias. Duke of 37s. A.M.; 20th, Em. at 7h. 48m. 32s. P.M.
1. Auditors and Assessors of Boroughs to be to be delivered to their successors after the apelected under Municipal Reform Act.
pointment of such successors. Constables, head-
boroughs, and tithingmen, are to deliver their
accounts every three months, and within fourteen
days after they leave office, to the overseers, who
are,within the following fourteen days, to lay them
before the inhabitants, and, if approved by a ma-
jority, they shall be allowed; but if not, the con-
stables, &c., may appeal to a justice. Thursday
after 25th (28th) Poor Law guardians to be elected.
27. Cassel-manufactured goods, &c.
29, 30, 31. Durham-cattle, sheep, horses, &c.
29. Breslau-manufactured goods, &c.
Proper Lessons, Morning.
Heb. 5 to v. 11 1 Peter 2
Gen. 22 to v. 20 John 18
Mercury, in the constellations Capricornus, Aquarius, and Pisces, is a morning star throughout the month; on the 5th, at 11h. 9m. A.M., at greatest elongation, 27° 19' W.; on the 12th, at 8h. om. P.M., in Aphelion.
Venus, in the constellations Aquarius and Pisces, is invisible till the middle of the month, then an evening star to the end. On the 3rd, at 1h. 17m. A.M., in superior conjunction with the sun; on the 25th, at 7h. 52m. P.M., in conjunction with Saturn, at 1° 5' S.
Mars, in the constellations Taurus and Gemini, on the 15th, passes the meridian at 6h. 29m. P.M.; on 25th, at 2h. 22m. A. M., in quadrature with the sun.
Jupiter, in the constellation Leo, on the 15th, passes the meridian at 11h. 43m. P.M.; on the 9th, at 1h. 10m. A.M., in opposition to the sun.
Saturn, in the constellation Pisces, on the 15th, at 1h. 5m. P.M. passes the meridian; on the 31st, at 10h. 32m. P.M., in conjunction with the sun.
Uranus, in the constellation Pisces, on the 15th passes the meridian at 2h. 0m. P.M.
The Moon, on the 1st, at 10h. 49m. A.M., in conjunction with a Virginius (Spica) at 6° 54' S.; on the 5th, at 2h. 27m. A.M., with a Scorpii (Antares) at 9° 50' S.; on the 8th, at 8h. 0m. A.M., in Apogee; on the 11th, at 4h. 35m. P.M. in conjunction with Mercury, at 1° 20' S.; on the 14th, at 3h. 42m. A.M., with Venus, at 1° 29' N.; on the 15th, at 3h. 25m. A.M., with Saturn, at 1° 35' N.; on the 19th, at 1h. 31m. P.M., with a Tauri (Aldebaran) at 0° 27'S.; on the 20th, at 10h. 5m. A.M., with Tauri, at 10° 3' N.; on the 21st, at 8h. om. A.M., with Mars, at 6° 23′ N.; on the 22nd, at 6h. 0m. P.M., with 8 Geminorum (Pollux) at 9° 26' N.; on the 24th, at 3h. 0m. A.M., in Perigee; on the 25th, at 4h. 5im. A.M., in conjunction with a Leonis (Regulus) at 0° 3' N.; on the 26th, at 11h. 11m. A.M., with Jupiter, at 0° 32′ S.; on the 28th, at 8h. 49m. P.M., with a Virginis (Spica) at 3° 11' N.
The Constellation Ursa Major, and the east part of Leo, will be on the meridian about midnight in the middle of the month.
Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites.
First Satellite. 6th, Im. at 6h. 9m. 44s. A.M.; 15th, Em. at 4h. 44m. 46s. A.M.; 16th, Em. at 11h. 13m. 13s. P.M.; 24th, Em. at 1h. 7m. 78. A.M.; 25th, Em. at 7h. 35m. 35s. P.M.; 31st, Em. at 3h. 1m. 7s. A.M. Second Satellite. 7th, Im. at 9h. 27m. 49s.
P.M.; 15th, Em. at 2h. 50m. 48s. A.M.; 22nd, Em. at sh. 57m. 25s. A.M.; 25th, Em. at 6h. 46m. 138. P.M. Third Satellite. 23rd, Em. at 9h. 56m. 45s. P.M.; 31st, Em. at 1h. 54m. 39s. A.M. Fourth Satellite. 26th, Im. at 4h. 11m. 17s. A.M.