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O's Deelination.

1887.]

MARCH, THIRD MONTH.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS.
Days. d. m. Days. d. Days. d. Days. d. m. Days. d.

78 30 7 5 12 13 2 51 19 0 29 25 1 53
7 8 8 4 49 14 2 27 20 OS. 5 26 2 17
6 45 9 4 25 15 2 4 21 ON 19 27 2 40
6 22 10 4 2 16 1 40 22 0 42 28 3
5 58 11 3 38 17 1 16 23 1 6

3 27 5 35 12 3 15 18 0 53 24 1 30 30 3 50

First Quarter, 2d day, 8h. 8m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 9th day, 3h. 34m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 16th day, 8h. 42m., morning, W.

New Moon, 24th day, 11h. 10m., morning, E.

29

Day of

the
Year.
Day of

Day of
the
Week.

Length Day's
Rises. Sets.

of Days. Incr.
h. m. h.

m...

m.lh.

m. m.

Sun

Fast.
Moon's
Age.

Boston.
Morn | Even

h. h.

>

D

Sets.
Place.

h.

D Souths.

m.

m. h.

64 br.
77 br.

60 1 Tu.16 2015 34 11 142 101 31 71 3 3}n’k morn 4 53 61 2 W. 6 19 5 35 11 16 2 12 3 8 4 41 arm 0 6 5 42 62 3 Th. 6 17 5 37 11 20 2 16 4 9 54 arm 1 5 6 34 63 4 Fr. 6 1515 38 11 23 2 19 41053

2 4 7 29 64 5 Sa. 6 145 39 11 25 2 21 411 63

3 01 8 26 65 68.6 125 40 11 28 2 24 412 70 8z h'rt 3 53 9 24 66 7M. 6 10 5 41 11 31 2 27 513 83 9j h’rt 4 41 10 23 678 Tu. 6 95 43 11 34 2 30 514 97 101 bel. 5 25 11 20 68 9 W. 6 715 44 11 37 2 33 50 102 114 bel. rises morn 69 10 Th. 6 5 5 45 11 40 2 36 516 111 rei. 6 581 0 17 70 11 Fr. 6 315 46 11 43 2 39 617 0 04 rei. 8 13 1 13 71 12 Sa. 6 25 47 11 45 2 41 618 09 14 sec. 9 26 2 8 72 13 S.6 05 49 11 492 45 619 13 2 sec. 10 36 3 3 73 14M. 5 585 5011 52 2 481 620 25 3 |thi. 11 44 3 57 74 15 Tu. 5 5715 51 11 542 50 721

4 thi. morn 4 51 75 16 W. 5 55 5 52 11 57 2 53 722 5 thi.| 0 44 5 44 76 17Th.5 535 53 12 02 56 723 55 64kn. 1 1 40 6 36 77 18 Fr. 5 515 54 12 3 2 59 824 61 74kn. 2 30 7 27 78 19 Sa. 5 505 55 12 5 3 1 825 73 81 legs 3 14 8 16 79 208.5 48 5 57 12 9 3 5 826 89 91 legs 3 52 9 3 80 21 M. 5 46 5 58 12 12 3 8 827 9; 10 legs 4 27 9 48 81 22 Tu. 5 45 5 59 12 14 3 101 928|101 101 feet 4 58 10 32 82 23 W. 15 436 0 12 1713 13 9 29 11 114 feet sets 11 14 83 24 Th. 5 41 6 1 12 20 3 16 9:11)|1lệ hd | 6 7 11 56 84 25 Fr. 15 396 2 12 23 3 19 10 1 0' h'd 7 4 0 38 85 26 Sa. 5 386 3 12 25 3 21 10 2 01 07h'd 8 2 1 21 86 27 S.5 366 412 283 24 10 3 09 11 n'k 9 0 2 5 87 28 M. 5 346 612 32 3 28 11 4 11 1 n'k 9 59 2 51 88 29 Tu.5 326 712 35 3 31 11 5 13 24 arm 10 58 3 38 89 30 W. 15 316 812 373 33 11 6 27 arm 11 56 4 28 90 31 Th.15 29 6 9 12 4013 36 12 71 31 4 br. morn 5 21

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Tu. St. David. 6 * (, & in Peri. They say it is the early bird 2W.

Blanchard made an ascent from Paris, that catches the worm, and so it

in a balloon, with wings and a rudder, 3 Th. which were found useless, 1784. is he who gets the best early veg

etables who takes the cream of 4 Fr. ( runs high. Very

the market and sets the best 5 Sa. 6 h ( 8 gr. elong. E.

table at home. Such being the 6 B 2d Sunday in Lent. cold

case, the hot-bed must be made 7 Mo. 6th. The Dred Scott decision, 1857. about the first of the month. A 8Tu. { "the ereaty strike i'malirondo, loss.south- good hot-bed can be made with 9W. ( in Perigee.

a depth of a foot of manure at 10 Th. Very high tides. weather. the bottom. Look out and have

the manure all right before it is 11 Fr. 6 (. 12th. 6 H (.

to be used. Pitch it over in 12 Sa. 8 gr. hel. lat. N., 8 stat. time to have it well heated. It 13 B 3d Sunday in Lent. is of no use to put cold manure 14 Mo. 13th. Dr. Austin Flint, died, 1886, aged 74. in a hot-bed. It is the heat that 15 Tu. 6 $ 8 .

Milder, with is to do the business. It is

worth while to look about and 16 W. 17th. DAY AND NIGHT EQUAL. 17 Th. St. Patrick. (runs low, h stat. get a few good points from the

market gardeners. Just before 18 Fr. Very low tides. easterly the frost comes out of the

18th. Miss Susan Warner, novelist, died, ground is a good time to spread 20 B Àth S. in L. Oent. ? BEGINS.

the mowing lots. 21 Mo. St. Benedict. 6 8 o inferior.

'Twont do to cut up the land 22 Tu. Goethe died, 1832.

with heavy cart-wheels, and

so it is best to move while the 23 W. ( in Apogee, 6 8 C.

ground is hard. Get it on be24|Th.S 2 ( .

winds, fore the spring rains come, and 25 Fr. Annunciation or Lady Day.

it will settle down round the 26 Sa. 6 P.

rain grass roots and go where it will 27 B 5th Sun. in L. Passion Sunday. do the most good. Milch cows 28 M

extra care this month. 6 °C. Rauthor, died, 1886, aged 78. Feed at fixed hours with good 29 Tu. . in 8.

01

sweet hay and not too much grain 30W. 29th. Low tides.

Snow. for a few weeks before they 31 Th. ( runs high, 8 H O. come in. Corn is too heating.

19 Sa. { "1485, aged 67.

SPRING

manure

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1887.]

APRIL, FOURTH MONTH.

O's Declination.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.

4N 37 7 6 54 13 9 7 19 11 14 25 13 15

5 0 8 7 16 14 9 28 20 11 35 26 13 34 3 5 23 9 7 39 15 9 50 21 11 55

13 53 5 46 10 8 1 16 10 11 22 12 15

28

14 12 6 9 11 8 231 17 10 32 23 12 35

14 31 6 31 12 8 45 18 10 53 24 12 55 30 14 50

27

29

|Day of 1

the
Year.
Day of

Day of

the
Week.

Length Day's
Rises.

Sets.

of Days. Incr. h. m. h.

m. h.

m. h. m.

Sun

Moon's
Age.

Full Sea,

Boston.
Morn. Even

h. h.

D

Sets.
Place.

h. m.

m.

) First Quarter, 1st day, 8h. 53m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 8th day, Oh. 39m., morning, W.
(Last Quarter, 14th day, 11h. 4m., evening, E.

New Moon, 23d day, 3h. 53m., morning, E.
First Quarter, 30th day, 6h. Om., evening, W.

D's

D Souths.

h. m. 91

1 Fr. 15 266 10 12 443 40112 81 41 5 br. 0 52 6 15 92

2 Sa. 15 25 6 11 12 46 3 42 12 9 51 6 br. 1 44 7 10 93

38.5 23 6 12 12 493 45 12 10 61 7 h’rt 2 32 8 7 94 4 M. 5 216 13 12 52 3 48 13 11 71 8 h'rt 3 17 9 3 95

5 Tu. 5 19 6 14 12 55 3 51 1312 87 9 bel. 3 57 9 59 966 W. 5 18 6 16 12 58 3 54 13 13 91 10 bel. 4 35 10 55 97 7 Th. 5 166 17 13 13 57 14 14 101 109 rei. 5 11 11 50 98 8 Fr. 5 14 6 1813 44 0 14 0 114 111 rei. rises morn 99 9 Sa. 15 13 6 19 13 64 2 14 16

0 sec.

8 13 0 46 100 10 S.5 11 6 2013 94 51417 01 09 sec. 9 24 1 42 IoI|11|M. 5 96 21 13 124 8|15|18| 141 14|thi. 10 30 2 38 102 12 Tu. 15 8 6 22 13 14 4 10 15 1912 23|thi. 11 31 3 33 103 13 W. 5 66 23 13 17 4 13 15 20 3 34|thi. morn 4 28 Io4|14|Th.15 516 24 13 1914 15|15|21| 34 43|kn. 0 25 5 21 105 15 Fr. 15 3 6 26 13 23 4 19 16221 5 6 kn. 1 121 6 11 10616 Sa. 15 16 27 13 264 22 16 23 6 67 legs 1 53 7 0 107 17 S.15 06 28 13 28 4 24 16 24 79|legs 2 29 7 46 10818 M. 1 586 29 13 31 4 271625 81 8f feet 3 1 8 30 10919 Tu. 4 57 6 30 13 33 4 29 17 26 9 93 feet 3 30 9 13 11020 W. 4 556 31 13 364 32 17 27 94 101 h'd 3 581 9 55 11121 Th. 4 536 32 13 394 35 17 28101101h'd 4 25 10 37 112 22 Fr. 4 526 33 13 41 4 37 1729 111 111 h'd 4 52 11 19 11323 Sa. 4 516 34 13 43 4 39 17 0 111 112 n’k sets 0 3 11424 S.4 496 36 13 47 4 43 18 1

7 54 0 48 115

25 M. 4 48 6 37 13 494 45 18 2 01 09 arm 8 53 1 36 11626 Tu. 4 466 38 13 52 4 48 18 3 09 11 arm 9 51| 2 25 117 27 W. 4 45 6 39 13 544 50 18 4 14 2 arm 10 47 3 17 118 28 Th. 4 436 40 13 57 4 53 18 5 27 29 br. 11 41 410 119

29 Fr. 4 426 41 13 594 55 18 6 3 34 br. morn 5 4 120 30 Sa. 14 41 6 42 14 14 57 19 71 34 41 h'rt 0 30 5 59

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There is no glory in star or blossom,

Till looked upon by a loving eye;
There is no fragrance in April breezes,

Till breathed with joy as they wander by.

BRYANT.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Fr. 6 ha

Finel THE garden needs prompt at2 Sa. Low tides.

tention now. As soon

as the 3 B Palm Sunday. and frost is well out of the ground,

it is time to plant early pease. 4 Mo. 8 in 8, 8 stationary.

There is nothing that will start 5 Tu. O ho.

warm.

this crop along and carry out 6W. State election in R. I.

so well to full bearing as fine7 Th. ( in Perigee, 6 ( ground bone scattered freely in 8 Fr Good Friday. 64 (.

the drills. The seeds of beets, tur9 Sa. Very high tides. Showers nips, and radishes can be sown

about as early as pease, if the 10 B Easter Sunday.

garden is a little sheltered and 11 Mo. 37th. Prof. T. A. Thatcher died, 1886, ? aged 71.

the land is light and warm. If 12 Tu. Thaddeus Fairbanks died, 1886, aged 90.

you have a rich, warm, and 13 W. ( runs low.

and mellow soil, early potatoes can 14 Th. $ in Aph. {Terrifies como lome in go in towards the end of the 15 Fr. 6 C.

month. A little superphosphate 16 Sa. Very low tides. sunshine. in the hill starts the young 17 B Low Sunday. h in 8.

plants and gives you a crop earl

ier than barn manure. 18 Mo. 17th. $ gr. elong. W.

dium

a small-sized 19 Tu. ( in Apogee.

whole potato for seed will yield 20W.6(.

19th. Charles E. Darwin,

great naturalist, died, 1882, a crop a week or ten days earlier 21 Th. 840. ? aged 73.

than cut seed. For early crops 22 Fr. 23d. Shakespeare died, 1616. Cooler of any kind the soil must be 23 Sa. St. George. 6 i (.

well pulverized, and the manure 24 B 20 Sun. aft. East. 6 80: mixed with the soil to the depth

that is spread broadcast, well 25 Mo. St. Mark. 6 W (. and of from four to six inches. The 26 Tu. 6 ! (:

strawberry bed is to be un27 W. High tides. 4:39. Grant born, covered, and the paths hoed out 28 Th. ( runs high. dry. as soon as the danger of freezing 29 Fr. 16 hc.

is over. So, too, the asparagus

bed should be dug over as soon 30 Sa. Length of day, 14h. 1m.

as the frost is out of the ground. Wood ashes are good for it.

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