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COLLEGES, PROFESSIONAL, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS IN NEW ENGLAND.

(Corrected Sept., 1885.) Colleges.

tm. 13w., vac. 2w.; 2d tm till Com. with BATES, LEWISTON, ME. 3 tms. Beg. recess at Easter. 6w. fm Tú. bef. Thank., 1st Tu. Apr., 4th 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. 9. Com. 1st Wed. July; vac. 9w fm Com., 1 THEOL. DEPART., BATES COLL., LEWw.fm last We. Nov., 6w.fin last We. Jan. ISTON, ME

Year same as College. MAINE WESLEYAN SEM. AND FEM. VT. Episco. INST., BURLINGTON, VT. COLL., KENT'S HILL, ME. 3 tms, 13w. Acad. yr. 40w. fm 2d Wed. in Sept. each. Beg. 4th Tu. Aug., 2d Tu. Dec., Theo. SEM. (Orth. Cong.), ANDOVER, 3d Tu. Mar.

MASS. Yr. b. Sep. 10, '85; an. June 10, '86. DARTMOUTH, HANOVER, N.H. Com. BOSTON UNIVER. SCHOOL OF THÉOL. last Th. June ; vac. 10w, after.

(Method.) Yr. beg. Sept. 16, '86. N. H. CONF. SEMINARY AND FEMALE NEW CHURCH THEOL. SC., BOSTON, COLLEGE, TILTON, N.H. Tms begin MASS. (Swedenborg.) Yr. beg. Oct, '85. Mar. 17, Aug. 25, and Dec. 1.

EPIS. THEOL. SEM. AT CAMBRIDGE, NORWICH Univ., NORTHFIELD, VT. MASS. Yr. beg. 4th Wed. in Sept.; ends Yr. beg. 211 Th. Sept.; closes 3d Th. June. 3d. Wed. in June. MIDDLEBURY, MIDDLEBURY,

Vr. NEWTON THEO. INST., NEWTON CENTms beg. Jan. 7, Apr. 15, Sept. 16, '86. TRE, Mass. (Bapt.) Ann. 2d Th. June.

UNIVERSITY OF Vt., AND STATE Vac. fm ann, to 2d Tu. Sept., fm Chris. AGRICULT. COLLEGE, AT BURLINGTON. to New Year's, and lw. in Mar. Com. last Wed. June; vac. fm Com. DIVINITY SCH. OF HARVARD UNIV. 10w.- fm Wed. bef.Christmas, 2w., and Yr, same as that of Harvard College. 2w. fm close of Spring tm.

TUFTS COLL. Div. SCHOOL, COLLEGE VERMONT METH. SEMINARY AND HILL, MASS. (Universalist) School year FEMALE COLL., MONTPELIER,VT. Tms same as that of the College. beg. Dec. 7, '85; Mar. 23, Aug. 24, '86. BERKELEY Div. Sch.(Epis.) MIDDLE

AMHERST, AMIIERST, MASS. 3 tms. Towx, Ct. Beg. Sept. 20; ends in June. Beg. Jan. 7, Apr. 15, and Sept. 9.

Div. SCH. OF YALE COLL., NEW HABoston COLLEGE, Boston, Mass. VEN, CT. (Ortho. Cong.) Year beg. 4th 2 tms. Beg. 1st Mo. Sept. and Feb. Th. Sept. ; closes 3d Th. May.

Boston UNIVER., Boston, Mass. THEOL. INST. OF COxN., HARTFORD. COLL. OF LIBERAL ARTS. 3 tms. 1st (Ortho. Cong.) Acad. yr. fm 2d Th. Sept. beg. Sept. 17, '85; 2d beg. Jan. 4, '86; 34 to 2d Th. May. beg. Mar. 22. COLLEGE OF Music.

Medical Schools. 2 tms, 20w. each; 1st beg. Sept. 10, '85; MED. SCH. OF ME., BowDOIN COLL., 2d beg. Feb. 8, '86.

BRUNSWICK, ME. Beg.Feb. 11,lasts 16w. SCHOOL OF ALL SCIENCES. Post grail. PORTLAND SCH. FOR MED. Ing., dept. Tms same as in Coll. of Lib. Arts. PORTLAND, ME. 2 tms, beg. June 9,

COLL. OF THE HOLY CROSS, WORCES- and Oct. 6, 1886. TER, Mass. Year beg. 1st Wed. Sept., MED. DEPT. DART. COLL., HANOVER, ends last Th. June.

N.H. Lecture tm begins 1st week Aug., HARVARD, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Year cont. 16w. Recitation tm beg. middle beg. Th. after last Wed. Sept., ends at Dec., cont. 26w. Com. last Wed.June; rec. 23 Dec. to .Jan. UNIV, OF VT., MED. DEP., BURLING2, inc., and fm Wed. bef.Fast to Tu. after, TON, VT. Beg. 1st Th. Mar., cont. 20w. inc.

MED. Sch. OF HARVARD UNIVER., SMITH COLL., NORTHAMPTON, Mass. BOSTOX. Yr. beg. Th. after last Wed. (For women.) ' 3 tins, Jan. 2, Apr. 8, in Sept., ends last Wed. in June. and Sept. 17.

BOSTON UNIV.SCH. OF MED.(Home.). TUFTS COLL, COLLEGE HILL, MASS. Open to both sexes. Beg. Oct. 12, '86. A single term of 39w. Beg. Sept. 16, '86. MED. DEPART. OF YALE COLL., NEW Com. 3d Wed. June; vac. 13w.

HAVEN, CONN. 1st Th. Oct., till Com., WELLESLEY COLLEGE, WELLESLEY, with vac. same as Yale College. Mass. (For women.) 3 tms. 1st tm. DENTAL SCH, HARV. UNI., BOSTON. beg. Sept.

Begins and ends with College year. WILLIAMS, WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. Boston DENTAL COLLEGE, Bosrox. Com. 1st Wed. July; vac. 10w. aft.Com., 3 Year beg. Th. after last Wed. in Sept.; w. fm 3d Tu. Dec., 2w. fm end of 2d ends last Wed. in June. term.

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. Ist beg. mid. Sept., 2d beg. early in Jan. 1st Wed. Oct., ends first Wed. June. Com. last Th. in June.

LAW Sch., NEW HAVEN, Coxx. Yr. WESLEYAN UNIV., MIDDLETOwy, Cr. beg. 4th Th. Sept., ends last Wed. June. Com. last Th. June, 1886; 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. last Wed. June; vac. 13w. fm Com. 18t Tms beg. Feb. 9, Aug. 10. Com. June 30.

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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., FAR-
THAYER SCH., of CIVIL ENGIN., HAN- MINGTON, ME. Tms beg. Mar. 16, Aug.
OVER, N. H. Yr. fm Aug. 1 to May 1. 31, Dec. 14.

UNIVER, OF VT., BURLINGTON, has STATE NORMAL SCH., PLYMOUTA, also a scientific and agricultural course. N. H. 3 tms. Beg. Sept. 3, and Dec. 1,

Mass. AGRIC. COLLEGE, AMHERST, '85, and Mar. 2, '86. MASS. 3 terms. Year beg. Sept. 6, '85, STATE NORMAL SCH., CASTLETON, ends last Th. June.

Vr. 2tms: beg. 30 Tu. Feb., 2d Tu. Aug. MASS. COLL. PHARMACY, BOSTON, STATE NORMAL SCH., JOHNSON, VT. Mass. Year beg. Ist Mo. Oct. 1885. T'ms 20w.; beg. Ist Tu. Sept., 2d Tu. Feb.

BOSTON UNIVER. COLL. OF AGRICUL. STATE NORMAL SCH., RANDOLPH, Teris game as iu Mass. Agric. College. Vr. Tms beg. Ist 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. 9, and

VETERINARY SCHOOL OF HARVARD Sept. 7; at Westfield, Feb. 9, and Aug.
UNIVER. Year same as that of College. 31; at Bridgewater, Feb. 10, and Sept. 1;

MASS. IN. OF TECHNOL, BOSTON. at Framingham, Feb. 10, and Sept. 1;
Ac. yr. 1. Mo. Sep. to 1st Tu. aft. May 27. at Worcester, Feb. 4, and Sept. 9.

WORCESTER FREE INSTIT., Worc., MASS. NORMAL ART SCHOOL. 1645
MA8s. Tms. tm last Tu. Aug. to 3d Wed. Washington St., Boston. Begins 3d
Jan., and fm last Fri. Feb. to last Th. Je. Mo. Sept., '85, ends last Fri. Juve, '86.

SHEFFIELD SCIENT. SCHOOL (YALE R. I. STATA NORMAL SCH., PROV., COLL.), NEW HAVEN, CT. Terms same R. I. 2 tms. Spr. tm beg. Feb. 2, closes as those of Yale College.

June 25. Fall tm beg. Ist Tu. Sept. Norinal Schools.

STATE NORMAL SCH., NEW BRITIAN, STATE NORMAL SCH., CASTINE, ME. Coxx. Spring and sum. tm fm Jan. Tms. b. Mar. 9, Aug. 24, and Dec. 7. to June; sch. year beg. Sept.

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MEETINGS OF FRIENDS IN NEW ENGLAND,

(Corrected Sept., 1885.) The Yearly Meeting of Friends is held 10th mo., at Sandwich, Mass. Falat Newport, R. I., beginning with a mouth: 7th day before 1st sixth day in meeting on Ministry and Oversight, on 2d and 9th mos., at Windham; 6th mo., 5th day, 6th month, 10th, at 9 A. M. at Falmouth; and 11th mo., at Durham.

For business, on 6th day, 11th, at 9 A. Smithfield: 2d fifth day, 2d mo., at M. Public meetings for worship on Worcester; 2d fifth day, 5th mo., at First day, Newport and Portsmouth, at Northbridge; 2d fifth day, 8th mo., at 10 A.M. and 4 P.M. The Yearly Meeting Bolton; 2d fifth day, 11th mo., at Smithis composed of the Quarterly Meetings field. l'assalboro': 2d seventh day in of Rhode Island, Salem, Sandwich, Fal- the 2d mo., at Vassalboro'; on the last mouth, Smithfield, Vassalboro', Dover, seventh day in the 5th mo., at China; and Fairfield, held as follows:

and on the 2d seventh day in 9th and Rhode Island: 1st fifth day, 2d mo., 11th months, at East Vassalboro'. Doat Providence; 1st fifth day, 5th mo., at ver: 7th day after 1st fifth day, 1st mo., East Greenwich; 1st fifth day, 8th mo., at Rochester; 8th mo. at North Berat Newport, and 1st fifth day, 11th no., wick: 10th mo, at Sandwich, N. H., 7th at Fall River. Salem: 3d fifth day, 1st day after 3d fifth day in 5th mo. at Domo., at Salem; 4th fifth day, 5th mo., at ver. Fairfield: 7th day before 2d sixth Amesbury; 31 fifth day, 8th mo., at day in 2d mo. at Winthrop, and 9th mo. Lynn; 3d fifth day, 10th mo., at Weare. at Manchester; 7th day before last sixth Sandwich: 1st fifth day, 4th and 12th day, 5th mo., and 7th day before 2d mos., at New Bedford; 2d fifth day, 7th sixth day, 11th mo. at Fairfield. mo., at Falmouth; and 1st fifth day,

HOLIDAYS IN NEW ENGLAND.

(Corrected Sept., 1885.) 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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22 47 9 22 3 15 21 3 21 19 48 27 18 20 22 41 10 121 54 16 20 51 22 19 34

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Fair It is a good plan to make a note 2 Sa. High tides. and cold. of all that is done in the way of 3 C 20 Sun. af. Chris. 6 $ (. a trade, and now is the time to 4 Mo. 3d. p in 8, runs low.

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sured at fair rates. No knowing 7 Th. (in Apogee. Signs when they'll go up,

if you leave 8 Fr. gr. elong. W. { Pekino, 181.6.- the ashes round, as many folks 9 Sa. 6 PC.

of a storm. do, as if they did n't care much 10 C 1st Sund. after Epiphany. whether they set fire or not.

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care of, to spread on the grass. If 12 Tu, {iated champ deze Colfax, er-vice president,

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the wood-pile. Dry wood is far

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sours the temper, to have to 18 Mo. 6h (, ( runs high. Fill the ice-house the first chance 19 Tu. 8 in 8.

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