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TO PATRONS AND CORRESPONDENTS. We have again the pleasure of offering to you a new “ Old Farmer's" Almanack, and of wisbing you heartily a happy and prosperous New Year.

Seed-time and harvest once more have fulfilled their annual round, and our country is again blessed with abundant crops.

The Almanack, this year, is computed in standard time, sixteen minutes be! hind Boston local time. As this change has been generally adopted, it seemed necessary to introduce it in the Almanack. See note below.

Thanking our friends and correspondents for their favors, we close in the words of the founder of this Almanack:

“ It is by our works and not by our words we would be judged: these we hope will sustain us in the humblo though proud station have so long held. ...

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NOTE ON STANDARD TIME. In former editions of this almanack the quantities have been expressed in local time. In the present edition, however, they are given in standard time as now in

The calculations are for the longitude and latitude of Boston, and for general purposes are sufficiently correct for most parts of New England. If, however, greater accuracy is desired, this can be obtained for places using standard time by applying a correction to the almanack times from the table below. This table contains corrections for the principal cities of the New England states, and any other place in New England can use the correction of the place in the table which is nearest in longitude to itself. For places still using the old local time, sixteen minutes should invariably be added to the almanack times. Subtract Add

Add Augusta, Me., 5 min. Keene, N.H.,

5 min. Williamstown, Mass., 9 min. Portland, Me.,

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Providence, R.I., 1
Portsmouth, N. H.,
Burlington, Vt.,

New London, Conn., .4
Provincetown, Mass., . 4 Lowell, Mass.,

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7 Concord, N.H., 2 min./ Springfield, Mass., .6 Bridgeport, Conn., .

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ECLIPSES FOR THE YEAR 1885. THERE will be four Eclipses this year, two of the Sun and two of the Moon.

I. AN ANNULAR ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, March 16, visible as a partial eclipse over the entire continent of North America and the adjacent parts of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. The annular eclipse begins in the Pacitic Ocean, strikes the land in lat. 40°, near Cape Mendocino, California, then crosses the State in a northeasterly direction, across the southeast corner of Oregon, through Idaho, western Montana, into and across Manitoba, through Hudson's Bay, and across Greenland, ending north of Iceland. For New England, the phases are as follows: Beg., E. Time. Ends, E. Time.

Beg., E. Time. Ends, E. Time. Boston, Mass. ...Oh. 20m. P.M. 2h. 56m. P.M. Burlington, Vt. . . Oh. 14m. P.M. 2h. 55m. P.M. Bangor, Me. :::: 0h. 24m. P.M., 2h. 50m. P.M. New Haven, Conn. Oh. 16m. P.M. 2h. 53m. P.M.

Il. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OP THE MOON, March 30, invisible in the United States, visible in Asia, and eastern Europe and Africa.

III. A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, Sept. 8, invisible in the United States;
visible in the South Pacific Ocean.
IV. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE Moon, Sept. 24, visible as follows:
Begins.
Middle.

Ends. 1h. 15m. A.M., Eastern Time. 2h. 48m. A.M., Eastern Time. 4h. 22m. A.M., Eastern Time.

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1885.
Dominical Letter
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: 14 | Solar Cycle 18

| Roman Jediction

Julian Period 6598 MOVABLE FEASTS AND FASTS FOR 1885. Septuagesima Sund., Feb. 1 Good Friday, April 3 Whit-Sunday, May 24 Shrove Sunday, 15 Easter Sunday, 5 Trinity Sunday,

31 Ash Wednesday, 18 Low Sunday,

12 Corpus Christi, June 4 First Sund. in Lent, 22 Rogation Sunday, May 10 Advent Sunday, Nov. 29 Palm Sunday, Mar. 29 | Holy Thursday,

14 PLANETS.-1885. JANUARY

MAY

SEPTEMBER.
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d.. h. Venus rises 5 5 9 A.M. 9 sets 5 6 42 P.M. sets 4 7 23 P.M. Mars sets 11 4 59 P.M.

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0 51 A.M. Jupiter 4 rises 18 7 36 P.M. 2 sets 19 0 45 A.M.

24 rises 19 4 50 A.M. Saturn h2 sets 26 3 52 A.M.2 sets 25 8 34 P.M. h rises

25 10 29 P.M. FEBRUARY.

JUNE.

OCTOBER.
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11 5 4 P.M. o rises 12 2 41 A.M. prises 12 0 24 A.M. 2 rises 18 5 15 P.M. 4 sets 18 10 52 P.M.

4 rises 19 3 24 A.M. h sets 26 149 A.M. 2 rises 26 3 51 A.M. h rises 25

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AUGUST.

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4 rises 19 0 12 A.M. h sets 25 10 16 P.M. 'h rises 26 0 22 A.M.

h rises 25 4 18 P.M. MORNING AND EVENING STARS. Venus will be Morning Star till May 5, then Evening Star the rest of the year. Mars will be Evening Star till Feb. 11, then Morning Star the rest of the year. Jupiter will be Morning Star till Feb. 19, Evening Star till Sept. 8, then Morning Star the rest of the year. Saturn will be Evening Star till June 18, Morning Star till Dec. 26, then Evening Star the rest of the year.

MERCURY. - The most favorable times for seeing Mercury in 1885 will be about Jan. 25, May 24, Sept. 15, in the East, before sunrise, and April7, Aug. 5, and Nov. 30, in the West, after sunset.

NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE PRINCIPAL PLANETS. ODO The Moon. 9 Venus. The Earth. H Uranus. 0 Juno. © The Sun. Mars. h Saturn.

Neptune. 2 Pallas. Mercury. 4 Jupiter.

* Vesta. & Ceres. NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE ASPECTS. o Conjunction, or in the same degree. 8 Opposition, or 180 degrees. * Sextile, 60 degrees.

Dragon's Head, or Ascending Node. O Quartile, 90 degrees.

Dragon's Tail, or Descending Node. A Trine, 120 degrees.

NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. 1. P Aries, head. 5. R Leo, heart.

9. I Sagittarius, thighs. 2. 8 Taurus, neck. 6. IR Virgo, belly. 10. Capricornus, knees. 3. Ó Gemini, arms. 7. Libra, reins.

Aquarius, legs. 4. 5 Cancer, breast. 8. in Scorpio, secrets. 12. # Pisces, feet.

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COLLEGES, PROFESSIONAL, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS IN NEW ENGLAND.

(Corrected Sept., 1884.) Colleges.

tm. 13w., vac. 2w.; 2d tm till Com. with BATES, LEWISTON, ME. 3 tms. Beg. recess at Easter. 6w, fm Tu. bef. Thank., 1st Tu. Apr., 3d SCHOOL OF THE FINE ARTS (YALE Tu. Aug. Com. Th. aft. last We. June. COLL). Beg. Oct. 1 and ends May 31. BOWDOIN, BRUNSWICK, ME. Com.

Theological Schools. last Th, June. Vac. 11w. fm Com.; 2w. THEO. SEM., BANGOR, ME. (Or. Cong.) at Christmas; 1w. in Spring.

Anniver. 1st Wed. June; vac. 14w. fm COLBY UNIVER. WATERVILLE, ME. anniv. Exam. for entrance Sept. 10.

1st Wed. July; vac. 9w fm Com., 1 THEOL. DEPART., BATES COLL., LEWw.fm last We. Nov., 6w.fm last We. Jan. ISTON, ME. Year same as College,

MAINE WESLEYAN SEM. AND FEM. Vr. EPISCO. INST., BURLINGTON, VT. COLL., KENT'S HILL, ME. 3 tms, 13w. Acad. yr. 40w. fm 2d Th, in Sept. each. Beg. 3d Tu. Aug., 1st Tu. Dec., Theo. SEM. (Orth. Cong.), ANDOVER, 2d Tu. Mar.

MAss. Yr. b. Sep.11,'84; an. June 11,'85. DARTMOUTH, HANOVER. N.H. Com. BOSTON UNIVER. SCHOOL OF THEOL. last Th. June ; 'vac. 10w. after.

(Method.). Yr. beg. Sept. 15, '85. N, H. Conf. SEMINARY AND FEMALE NEW CHURCH THEOL. Sc., BOSTON, COLLEGE, Tilton, N.H. Tms begin MASS. (Swedenborg.) Yr. beg. Oct. '84. Mar. 18, Aug. 26, and Dec. 2.

EPIS. THEOL. Sch. AT CAMBRIDGE, LEWIS COLLEGE, NORTHFIELD, Vr. | Mass. Yr. beg. 4th Wed. in Sept.; ends Year beg. 2d Th. Sept.; closes 3 Th. in 3d. Wed. in June. June.

NEWTON Theo. INST., NEWTON CENMIDDLEBURY, MIDDLEBURY,

VT. TRE, Mass. (Bapt.) Ann. 2d Th. June. Tms beg. Jan. 8, Apr. 9, Sept. 10, '85. Vac. fm ann. to 2d Tu. Sept., fin Chris.

UNIVERSITY OF VT., AND STATE to New Year's, and 1w. in Mar. AGRICULT. COLLEGE, AT BURLINGTON. DIVINITY SCH. OF HARVARD UNIV. Com. Jast Wed. June; vac. fm Com. | Yr. same as that of Harvard College. 10w. - fm Wed, bef.Christmas, 2w., and TUFTS COLL. Div. SCHOOL, COLLEGE 2w. fm close of Spring tm.

HILL, MASS. (Universalist) School year VERMONT METH. SEMINARY AND same as that of the College. FEMALE COLL., MONTPELIER,VT. Tms BERKELEY Div. Sch. (Epis.) MIDDLEbeg. Dec. 8, '84; Mar. 23, Aug. 31, '85. TOWN, Cr. Beg. Sept. 21; ends in June.

AMHERST, AMHERST, MASS. '3 tms. Div. SCH. OF YALE COLL., NEW HABeg. Jan. 8, Apr. 16, and Sept. 10. VEN, CT. (Ortho. Cong.) Year beg. 3d

BOSTON COLLEGE, BOSTON, MASS. Th. Sept. ; closes 3d Th. May. 2 tms. Beg. 1st Mo. Sept. and Feb. THEOL. INST. OF Conn., HARTFORD.

BOSTON UNIVER., BOSTON, MASS. (Ortho. Cong.) Acad. yr. fm 2d Th. Sept. COLL. OF LIBERAL ARTS. 3 tms. 1st to 2d Th. May. beg. Sept. 18, '84; 2d beg. Jan. 5, '85; 3d

Medical Schools. beg. Mar. 23, '85. COLL. OF MUSIC. MED. Sch. OP ME., BOWDOIN COLL., 2 tms, 26 w. each ; 1st beg. Sept. 11, '81; | BRUNSWICK, ME. Beg. Feb. 5, lasts 16w. 2d beg. Feb. 9, ’85.

PORTLAND SCH. FOR MED, INS., SCHOOL OF ALL SCIENCES. Post grad. PORTLAND, ME. 2 tms, beg. June 10, dept. Tms same as in Coll. of Lib. Arts. and Oct. 7, 1885.

COLL. OF THE HOLY CROSS, WORCES- MED. DEPT. DART. COLI.., HANOVER, TER, MASS. Year beg. 1st Wed. Sept., N.H. Lecture tm beg. 1st Wed. Aug., ends last Th. June.

cont. 14w. Recitation ti beg. 1st Wed. HARVARD, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Year Dec., cont. 30w. beg. Th. after last Wed. Sept., ends at UNIV. OF VT., MED. DEP., BURLINGCom. last Wed.June; rec. 23 Dec. to Jan. TON, VT. Beg. 1st Th. Mar., cont. 16w. 2, inc., and fm Wed. bef. Fast to Tu. af., MED. Sch. OF HARVARD UNIVER., inc.

Boston. Yr. beg. Th. after last Wed. SMITH COLL., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. in Sept., ends last Wed. in June. (For women.) ' 3 tms, Jan. 2, Apr. 9, Boston UNIV. Sch. OF MED.(Homæ.). and Sept. 11.

Open to both sexes. Beg. Oct. 13, '85. TUFTS COLL., COLLEGE HILL, MASS. MED. INSTIT, OF YALE COLL., New A single term of 39w. Beg. Sept. 18, '85. HAVEN, CONN. 1st Th. Oct., till Com., Com. 3d Wed. June; vac. 13w.

with vac. same as Yale College. WELLESLEY COLLEGE, WELLESLEY, DENTAL SCH. HARV. UNI., Bostox. MASS. (For women.) 3 tms. 1st tm. Begins and ends with College year. beg. Sept.

BOSTON DENTAL COLLEGE, BOSTON. WILLIAMS, WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. Prelim. tm 1st Mo. Oct.; reg. tm 1st Com. 1st Wed. July; vac. 9w. aft.Com., 3 Mo. Nov.; Sp. tm Mo. af. '1st Wed. Apr. w. fm 3d Tu. Dec., 2w. fm end of 20 tm.

Law Schools. Brown, PROVIDENCE, R.I. Acad. yr. LAW SCH. OF HARVARD UNIV., CAMbeg. 3d Wed. Sept. Com. 3d Wed. June. BRIDGE, MASS. Year same as College.

TRINITY, HARTFORD, CONN. 2 tms. BOSTON UNIV. Sch. OF LAW. Beg. 1st beg. mid. Sept., 2d beg. early in Jan. 1st Wed. Oct., ends last Wed. May. Com. last Th. in June.

LAW SCH., NEW HAVEN, CONN. Yr. WESLEYAN UNIV., MIDDLETOWN, Cr. beg. 4th Th. Sept., ends last Wed. June. Com. last Th. June, 1885; vac. 11w. fm Scientific and Agric. Schools. Com., 2w. at Chris., 1w. in Spring.

MAINE STATE COLL. OF AGRIC. AND YALE, NEW HAVEN, CONX. Com. THE MECHANIC ARTS, ORONO, ME. ist Wed. June; vac. 12w. fm Com. Ist | Tms beg. Feb. 10, Aug. 11. Com. Júne 24.

CHANDLER SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, AND GORHAM NORMAL SCHOOL, GORHAM, N.H. COLL. OF AGRIC. AND THE MECH. ME. 2 terms, 20 weeks each. Begin in ARTS, HANOVER, N.H, Terms same as Feb, and Sept. those of Dartmouth College.

FARMINGTON NORMAL Sch., FARTHAYER SCH.OF CIVIL ENGIN., HAN- MINGTON, ME. Tms beg. Mar. 17, Ang. OVER, N.H. Yr. fm Aug. 1 to May 1. 25, Dec. 8.

UNIVER. OF VT., BURLINGTOŃ, has STATE NORMAL Sch., PLYMOUTH, also a scientific and agricultural course. N.H. 3 tms. Beg. Sept. 4, and Dec. 2,

MASS. Agric. COLLEGE, AMHERST, '84, and Mar. 2, '85. MASS, 3 terms. Year beg. 2d Wed. STATE NORMAL SCH., CASTLETON, Sept., ends last Th. June.

Vr. 2tms; beg. 3d Tu. Feb., 3d Tu. Aug. MASS.

LI PHARMACY, Boston, STATE NORMAL Sch., JOHNSON, VT. MAss. Year beg. 1st Mo. Oct., 1884. Tms 20w.; beg. 1st Tu. Sept., 2d Tu. Feb.

BOSTON UNIVER. COLL. OF AGRICUL. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, RANDOLPI, Terms same as in Mass Agric. College. Vr. Tms beg. 1st Tu. Feb., 4th Tu. Aug.

LAWRENCE SCIEN. SCHOOL (HARV. NORMAL SCHOOLS OF MASSACHUUNIV.), CAMBRIDGE, MASs. The year SETTS. The year is divided into 2 terms is the same as that of Harvard Coll. of 20 weeks each, including a recess of 1

THE BUSSEY INSTITUTION, JAMAICA week near the middle of the term. Vac. PLAIN, MASS. (a school of agriculture | 2 or 3w. in winter, 9 or 10w. in summer. and horticulture, in Harv. Univ.). Year | Exam. for admission at the beg. of each same as that of Harvard College. term, which is at Salem, Feb. 10, and

VETERINARY SCHOOL OF HARVARD Sept. 1; at Westfield, Feb. 10, and Sept. UNIVER. Year same as that of College. 1; at Bridgewater, Feb. 11, and Sept. 2;

Mass. Ins. OF TECHNOL., Boston. at Framingham, Feb. 11, and Sept. 3; Ac, yr. 1. Mo. Sep. to 1st Tu. aft. May 27. at Worcester, Feb. 7, and Sept. 11.

WORCESTER FREE INSTIT., Worc., MASS. NORMAL ART SCHOOL, 1679 MASS. Tms. fm last Tu. Aug. to 3d Sat. Washington St., Boston. Tm beg. 3d Jan., and fm 1st Tu. Feb. to last Th. Je. Mo. Sept., '84, ends last Fri. June, '85.

SHEFFIELD SCIENT. SCHOOL (YALE R. 1. STATE NORMAL Sch., Prov., COLL.), NEW HAVEN, CT. Terms same R.I. 2 tms. Spr. tm beg. Feb. 3, closes as those of Yale College.

June 26. Fall tm beg. 1st Tu. Sept. Normal Schools.

STATE NORMAL SCH., NEW BRITAIN, STATE NORMAL SCH., CASTINE, ME. COxx. Spring and sum. tm fm Jan. Tms b. Mar. 10, Aug. 25, and Dec. 8, '85. to June; sch. year beg. Sept. MEETINGS OF FRIENDS IN NEW ENGLAND.

(Corrected Sept., 1881.) The Yearly Meeting of Friends is held | mo., at Falmouth; and 1st fifth day, at Portland, Me., beginning with a 10th mo., at Sandwich, Mass. Fäl meeting on Ministry and Oversight, on mouth : 7th day before 1st sixth day in 5th day, 6th month (11th), at 9 A.M. 2d and 9th mos., at Windham; 6th mo.,

For business, on 6th day (the 12th), at at Falmouth; and 11th mo., at Durham. 9 A.M. Public meetings for worship on Smithfield : 2d fifth day, 2d mo., at First day at 10 A.M. and 4 P.M. The Worcester; 2d fifth day, 5th mo., at Yearly Meeting is composed of the Northbridge; 2d fifth day, 8th mo., at Quarterly Meetings of Rhode Island, Bolton; 2d fifth day, 11th ino., at SmithSalem, Sandwich, Falmouth, Smithfield, field. Vassalboro' : 2d seventh day in Vassalboro', Dover, and Fairfield, held | the 2d mo., at Vassalboro'; on the last as follows:

seventh day in the 5th mo., at China ; Rhode Island: 1st fifth day, 2d mo., and on the 2d seventh day in 9th and at Providence; 1st fifth day, 5th mo., at 11th months, at East Vassalboro'. DoEast Greenwich; 1st fifth day, 8th mo., ver: 7th day after 1st fifth day, 1st mo., at Newport, and 1st fifth day, 11th mo., at Rochester ; 4th mo. Dover; 8th mo. at Fall River. Salem: 3d fifth day, 1st at North Berwick : 10th mo. at Sandmo., at Salem; 4th fifth day, 5th mo., at wich, N. H. Fairfield: 7th day before Amesbury; 3d fifth day, 8th mo., at 2d sixth day in 2d mo. at Winthrop, and Lynn; 3d fifth day, 10th mo., at Weare. 9th mo. at Manchester; 7th day before Sandwich: 1st fifth day, 4th and 12th last sixth day, 5th mo., and 7th day bemos., at New Bedford; 2d fifth day, 7th fore 2d sixth day, 11th mo, at Fairfield.

HOLIDAYS IN NEW ENGLAND.

(Corrected Sept., 1884.) The following days, in respect to the payment of notes, are legal holidays. On most of them courts, banks, etc., are closed. If the day falls on Sunday, the day following is usually kept as a Holiday.

Thanksgiving and Fast are appointed by state or national authority. When not appointed in any year, there would, of course, be no such holiday.

Maine. Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Christmas, Fast, and Thanksgiving. New Hampshire. Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Christmas, Fast, and Thanksgiving. Vermont. Jan. 1, May 30, July 4, Christmas, Fast, and Thanksgiving. Massachusetts. Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Christmas, Fast, and Thanksgiving. Rhode Island. Feb. 22, May 30 (or 29th, if 30th is Sunday), July 4, Christmas, Fast, and Thanksgiving.

Conn. Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Christmas, Fast, and Thanksgiving.

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