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1879.

JULY, Seventh Month.

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O's Declination.

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

1 23N. 7 7 22 36 13 21 50 19 20 51 25 19
2 23 3 8 22 29 14 21 41 20 20 40 26 19
3 22 58 9 22 22 15 21 32 21 20 28 27 19
4 22 53 10 22 15 16 21 22 22 2017 28 18
22 48 11

7 17 21 12 23 20 5 29 18
6 22 42 12 21 59 18 21 2 24 19 52 30 18

39 26 13 59 45 30

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Rises. Sets.
A. m. h. m.

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Place.

Sets.
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Southe. h. m.

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O Full Moon, 3d day, 4h. 6m., evening, E.
( Last Quarter, 11th day, 3h. 22m., morning, E.
* New Moon, 19th day, 3h. 34m., morning, E.
First Quarter, 26th day, 5h. 4m., morning, W.
Length

D of Days. Decre.

h. m. h. m. 182 1 Tu.4 27 7 40 15 130 31 4 12 9 97thi. | 1 4510 18 1832 W. 4 28 7 40 15 120 4 4 13 10 101 thi. 2 4311 21 184 3 Th. 4 28 7 39 15 110 5 40 11 111 kn. rises morn. 185 4 Fr. 4 29 7 39 15 100 6 4.15 0 kn.) 8 27 0 22 186 5 Sa. 4 29 7 39 15 100 6 4 16.01 02 legs 9 11 1 19 187 6 S. 4 30 7 39 15 907 417 1 11 legs 9 27 2 11 1887M. 4 307 38 15 80 8518 13 21 feet | 9 50 2 58 189 8 Tu. 4 31 7 38 15 70 9 519 23 3 feet 10 12 S 42 1909 W. 4 32 7 38 15 60 10 5 20 3.1 32 feet 10 33 4 25 19:10 Th. 4 327 37 15 5 0 11 521 44 4h'd 10 55 5 6 192 11 Fr. 4 33 7 37 15 40 12 5 22 51 li'd 11 19 5 48 193 12 Sa. 4 34 7 36 15 20 14 5 23 61 n'k 11 46 6 31 194

13 S. 4 35 7 36 15 10 15 5 24 7 n'k morn. 7 16 195 14 M. 4 36 7 35 14 590 17 625 8 n'k 0 18 8 3 19615 Tu. 4 367 34 14 580 18 626 83 9 arm 0 56 8 53 19716 W. 4 37 7 34 14 57 0 19 627 91 92 arm 1 42 9 45 198 17 Th. 4 387 33 14 550 21 6 28 101 101 br. 2 36 10 38 199 18 Fr. 4 39 7 32 14 53 0 23 6 29 11°11, br. sets 11 31 200 19 Sa. 4 40 7 32 14 520 241 6

l'rt 7 471 0 22 201 20 S. 4 41 7 31 14 500 26 6 1 004 h'rt 8 16 1 12 202 21 M. 4 427 30 14 48 0 28 6 2 0 1 h’rt 8 42 2 6 203 22 Tu. 4 42 7 29 14 470 29 6 3 11 14 bel. 9 7 2 47 204

23 W. 4 43 7 29 14 460 30 6 4 2 2 bel. 9 30 3 35 20524 Th. 4 44 7 28 14 440 32 6 5 29 3į rei. 9 55 4 23 206 25 Fr. 4 45 7 27 14 42 0 34 6 6 3,1 4 rei. 10 24 5 14 207 26 Sa. 4 467 26 14 400 36 6 7 41 5 sec. 10 59 6 8 208 27 S. 4 47 7 25 14 380 38 6 8 6 sec. 11 401 7 5 209

28 M. 4 48 7 24 14 360 40 6 9 7 thi. morn. 8 6 210 29 Tu. 4 497 23 14 340 42 610 77 8+ thi. | 0 81 9 8 211 30 W. 4 507 22 14 32 0 44 611 81 94 kn. 1 33 10 8 212 31 Th. 4 51 7 21 14 30|0 46 612 94 101kn. 2 44 11 6

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To-day the meek-eyed cattle on the hills

Lie grouped together in some grateful shade;

Or slowly wander down the grassy glade,
To stand content, knee-deep, in glassy rills.

died, 1804.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Tu.

Hot and dry. It is of no use to grow bush2 W. O in Apo. ( runs low.

es and weeds in the place where 3 Th. Continues hot.

It the grass ought to grow.

should be the aim of good farni4 Fr. Very high tide. { declared, 1776. ing to keep them down. As soon 5 Sa. Length of night 8h. 51m. as the grass is cut, and the hay 6 E 4th Sunday after Crinity. in the barn, let us turn to and 7 Mo. O ho.

Fine, if put an end to them. Here is an

old wall that is choked up with 8 Tu. 64 ( 6 . not wild shrubs. Might as well get 9W.I in Perihelion. too it out of the way. It was built 10 Th. 1$ 12th, Alexander Hamilton

dry. before the mowing-machine was 11 Fr. 6 h ( 68 (.

thought of, and it isn't just the 12 Sa. ( in Apogee. { Bato of the Boyne, thing for our style of work. Let

us plan to till less ground and 13 E 5th Sun. aft. Tr. 6C do it better. Do no more than 14 Mo. 13th. Very low tides. Shifts you can do well

. The best of 15 Tu. St. Swithin.

Gold 100, 1878.

Hoets work is none too good for the 16 W. gr. elongation E. Pekeliarm. Thrift comes from just 17 Th. 16th. ( runs high.aguéll that kind of work, so let us do

our level best. Weeds must live 18 Fr.

Not so fine for on what we may call the food of 19 Sa. O ecl., invisible in U. S. plants. If the land is rich, they 20 E 6th Sun. aft. Tr. St. Margaret. draw hard on it with their rank 21 Mo.6 0,6 ( High tid. growth. Now, plant-food costs

a great deal of time and money. 22 Tu. St. Mary Magdalene.

We save it under the barn; we 23 W. 224. 030, 69(. buy it at a high cost, brought as 24 Th.

a few days. it is from long distances, and 25 Fr. St. James. Dog-DAYS BEGIN.

put it on the land to grow crops.

We must take care not to be 26 Sa. St. Anne. Low tides.

robbed of it by plants that we 27 E 7th Sun. aft. Tr. (in Per. do not want. If we have a hive 28 Mo. 27th. $ gr. elongation E. of busy bees, we try to guard 29 Tu. ( runs low.

them against theft. Why not do 30 W. 8. $ in Aphelion. down the weeds ? After haying,

as much for the crops, and keep 31 Th. /{ Andrew Johnson

Showery. I let us up and at them.

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1879.

AUGUST, Eighth Month.

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

1 18N, 1 7 16 25 13 14 39 19 12 46 25 10 44
2 17 46 8 16 8 14 14 21 20 12 36 26 10 24
3 17. 30 9 15 51 15 14 2 21 12 6 27 10 3
4 17 14 10 15 33 16 13 43 22 11 46 28 9 41
5 16 58 11 15 16 17 13 24 23 11 25 29 9 20

16 42 12 14 58 18 (13 5 24 111 5 30 8 59

O's Declination.

O Full Moon, 2d day, 1h. 40m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 9th day, 8h. 37m., evening, E.
@ New Moon, 17th day, 2h. 39m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 24th day, 9h. 40m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 31st day, 1h. 26m., evening, E.

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213) 1 Fr. 4 52/7 19 14 270 49 6 13 104 114 legs| rises 11 59 214 2 Sa. 4 53 7 18 14 25 0 51 6 0 111 legs 7 27 morn. 215 3 S. 4 54 7 17 14 23 0 53 6 15 0

0.j legs 7 52 0 49 216 4 M. 4 55 7 16 14 21 0 55 616 03 1 feet 8 15 1 35 217 5 Tu.4 56 7 15 14 19 0 57 617

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feet 8 36 2 18 218 66.4 57 7 14 14 17 0 59 618 2 24 h’d 8 57 3 0 219 7 Th.4 587 12 14 14 1 2 619 23| 3 hd 9 21 3 42 220 8 Fr. 4 59 7 11 14 121 4 5 20

9 481 4 25 9 Sa. 15 0 7 10 14 101 6 521 4.1 n'k 10 18 5 9 222 10 5.5 117 814 71 9 5 22

n'k 10 52 5 56 223

11 M. 15 27 7 14 51 11 5 23 53 64 arm 11 35 6 45 224 12 Tu.5 37 6 14 3 1 13 5 24 7 arm morn.

7 35 225 13 W. 15 4 7 4 14 0 1 16 5 25

br. 0 26 8 28 226 14 Th.5 57 313 58 1 18 4 26 83 91 br. 1 25 9 21 227 15 Fr. 5 67 113 55 1 21 4 27 9 10 br. 2 30 10 13 228 16 Sa. 5 87 013 52 1 24 4 28 103 104 h'rt 3 38 11 4 | 229 17 S.15 916 59 13 50/1 26 4 0 11

sets 11 53 230 18 M. 5 10 6 57 13 47 1 29 4 1113 bel. 7 91 0 42 231 19 Tu. 5 11 6 56 13 45 1 31 31 21 0

03 bel.

7 34 1 30 232 20 W. 5 12 6 54 13 421 34 3 3 0f 11 rei. 8 0 2 19 233 21 Th. 5 13 6 52 13 39 1 37 3 41 11 2 rei. 8 28 3 10 234 22 Fr. 5 14 6 51 13 37-1 39 3 5

24 sec. 9 1 4 4 235 23 Sa. 5 15 6 49 13 34 1 42 26 31 32 9 40 5 0 236 24 S. 5 166 48 13 32 1 44 217 4ả thi. 10 29 6 0 237 25 M. 5 176 46 13 29 1 47 2 8 5ả thi. |11 26 7 0 238 26 Tu. 5 186 44 13 26 1 50 2 9 7 kn. Imorn. 8 0 239 27 W. 15 1916 43 13 24 1 52 110 8 kn. 0 33 8 58 240 28 Th. 5 20 6 41 13 21 1 55 111 83 9 kn. 1 44 9 52 241 29 Fr. 5 21 6 40 13 19 1 57) 1 12 92 10 legs 2 54 10 42 242 30 Sa. 5 22 6 38 13 16 2 0 0 13 104 104 legs 4 4 11 28 243 31 S.5 23 6 36 13 13 23 00 111 11į feet rises morn.

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Along the road-side, like the flowers of gold,
That tawny Incas for their gardens wrought,
Heavy with sunshine, droops the golden-rod;
And the red pennons of the cardinal-flower
Hang motionless upon their upright staves. – WHITTIER.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Fr. Lammas Day. Changeable. Grass is the great crop with us, 2 Sa. Very high tides.

and it must be so for all time. To 3 E 8th Sunday after Trinity. with a long spell of cold weather

keep cows well through the year, 4 Mo. 620, OVO.

which is sure to come, is the 5 Tu. Length of night 9h. 42m. great problem we have to solve, 6W. Transfiguration, Hot and and so we might as well bend all 7|Th. 10 h (.

our plans to that. Now that the

muggy 8 Fr. 9th. ( in Apo. weather.

haying is over, let us see how we

can lay out to cut more grass 9 Sa. 68 ( MC.

next year. More grass will keep 101 E 9th Sun.aft. Tr. St. Lawrence. more stock, more stock will give 11 Mo. Very low tides.

us more plant-food; more plant12 Tu. ( runs high. Fair.

food will keep up the land and

give us some crop to sell. Top13 W. 12th. Columbus sailed from Spain, 1492. dress the mowing lots; it is a 14 Th. 6 8

Showers. good time to do it now. A com15 Fr. Assumption of Virgin Mary. post heap, with muck and lime, 16 Sa. 15th. Napoleon born, 1769.

ashes and bone-meal, is just what

the field wants, and the more of 17 E 10th Sunday after Trinity. it the better. Stiff loam makes 18 Mo. 6 § (, 6 H (. - Fair. a good basis for a grass com19 Tu. at greatest brilliancy. post for light land; and if we add 20 W.169 C.

Signs of rain. some nitrate of soda, or what is

called the Chili saltpetre of com21 Th. High tides.

merce, and a few German pot22 Fr. 2 in Aphel. ( in Perig. ash salts, it will pay in the end. 23 Sa. 6 O inferior.

Why not get out a lot of clay or 24 E 11th S. af. Tr. St. Bartholomew. loam and use it in this way; put 25 Mo. ( runs low.

it under the sink-spout, and soak Heavy

up all the waste water. Sow 26 Tu. Low tides. showers, round turnips at once where the 127 W. with wind and thunder. pease and the early potatoes 28 Th. St. Augustine. 6. grew. Dig ditches; it

drain the lowlands. Cut the 29 Fr. Beheading of St. John Baptist.

bushes along the walls. Spruce 30 Sa. High tides. 30th. 621 (.

up, as they say, and get ready 31 E 12th Sun. aft. Tr. 8 10. for the fall work.

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O's Declination.

Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. id. m.Days. d. m.

1 8N.15 7 6 2 13 3 46 19 1 27 25 0 54
2 7 54 8 5 40 14 3 23 20 1 3 26. 1 17

7 32 9 17 15 3 0 21 40 27 1 40
7 9 10 4 54 16 2 36 22 ON.17 28 2 4
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11 4 32 17 2 13 23 OS. 7 29 2 27
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( Last Quarter, 8th day, 2h. 32m., evening, W.

New Moon, 16th day, Oh. 25m., morning, W.
) First Quarter, 22d day, 3h. 48m., evening, E.
O Full Moon, 30th day, 3h. 45m., morning, W.
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1 M. 15 25/6 3513 102 6| 0715 0 feet 6 401 0 12 245 2 Tu. 5 266 33 13 72 9 0 16 04 03 h’d 7 1 0 55 246 3 W. 15 27 6 31 13 42 12 117 1 11h'd

7 24 1 37 247 4 Th. 5 286 30 13 22 14 1|18| 13 14 hod 7 49 2 20 248 5 Fr. 5 296 28 12 59 2 17 1 19 24 2į n’k 8 16 3 4 249

6 Sa. 15 30 6 26 12 56 2 20 220 23 n'k 8 491 3 49 250 7 S. 5 31 6 24 12 53 2 23 2 21 31 32 arm 9 29 4 37 251 8 M. 5 326 23 12 51 2 252 22 41 41 arm 10 16 5 26 252 9 Tu. 5 336 21 12 48 2 28 323 51 51 arm 11 11 6 18 253

10 W. 5 34 6 19 12 45 2 31 324 61 64 br. morn. 7 9 254 11 Th. 5 35 6 18 12 432 33 325 71 7br. 0 12 8 1 255 12 Fr. 15 36 6 16 12 40 2 36 4/26 81 82 h’rt 1 18 8 52 256 13 Sa. 15 376 14 12 37 2 39 427 9

2 281 9 42 257 14 S. 5 38 6 12 12 34 2 42 428 99 10" bel. 3 40/10 31 258.15 M. 5 396 11 12 32 2 44 5 29 104 10 bel. 4 53 11 20 259 16 Tu. 5 406 912 29 2 47 50 111 112 bel. sets 0 10 260 17 W.15 416 712 262 501 6 1 o rei. 6 28 1 2 261 18 Th.5 42 6 5 12 23 2 53 6 2 01 Ofrei. 7 1 1 56 262 19 Fr. 5 4316 312 202 56 6 3 11 11 sec. 7 39 2 53 263 20 Sa. 15 44 6 2 12 18 2 58 7 4 2 23 sec. 8 25 3 53 264 21 S. 5 456 012 153 11 7 5 3

9 21 4 54 265 22 M. 5 47 5 58 12 11 3 5 7 6 4 4) thi. 10 26 5 55 266 23 Tu. 5 48 5 56 12 8 3 8 8 7 5 5.1 kn. (11 34 6 53 267 24 W. 5 495 55 12 6 3 10 8 8 61 62 kn. morn. 7 48 268 25 Th. 5 505 53 12 3 3 13 81 9 8 legs 0 44 8 38 269 26 Fr. 5 515 51 12 0 3 16 9 10 83 84 legs 1 53 9 25 270 27 Sa. 15 52 5 49 11 57 3 19 911 91 93 feet 3 110 9 271 28 S.5 53 5 47 11 543 22 9 12 10 101 feet| 4 710 52 27229 M. 5 545 46 11 523 24 10 13 104 111 feet rises 11 34 273/30/Tu. 5 5515 44 11 49|3

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