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FEBRUARY, Second Month.

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

1 17 S. 8 7 15 20 13 13 23 19 11 19 25 9 8
2 16 51 8 15 1 14 13 3 20 10 57 26 8 45
3 16 33 9 14 42 15 12 43 21 10 36 27 8 23
4 16 15 10 14 23 16 12 22 22 10 14 28 8 0
5 15 57 11 14 3 17 12 1 23 9 52 29 7 38

15 39 12 13 43 18 11 40 24 9301
(Last Quarter, 3d day, 10h. 54m., morning, W.

New Moon, 10th day, 6h. 33m., morning, E.
First Quarter, 17th day, 11h. Im., evening, W.
Full Moon, 25th day, 8h. 37m., evening, E.

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of Days. Incre.

Souths.
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Place.
32 18.17 15 5 13 9 5810 55 14 21 23 3 rei. |11 25 3 53
33 2 M. 7 14 5 15 10 10 58 14 22 31 32 sec. morn. 4 43

3 Tu. 7 12 5 16 10 41 114 23 41 42 sec..0 38 5 37
35| 4W. 7 11 5 18 10 71 414 24 51 52 sec. 1 52 6 34
36 5Th.7 105 19 10 9 1 6 14 25 64 63|thi. 3 3 7 34
37 6 Fr. 17 95 20/10 111 8 14 26 7 8 thi. 4 71 8 36
387.7 Sa. 7 85 22 10 141 11 14 27 81 94 kn. 5 2 9 38
39 88.7 75 23 10 16 1 13 14 28 91 101 kb. 5 47 10 36
40 9 M. 7 5 5 24 10 1911 16 14 29 103 11 legs sets 11 31

r10 Tu.7 45 26 10 22 1 19 14 11į113 legs 6 0 0.994 Book
42 11 W. 7 35 27 10 24 1 21 14 1 01 feet 7 10 1 10
43 12 Th.7 15 28 10 27 1 24 14 201 1 feet 8 181 1 56
44 13 Hr. 7 05 29 10 29 1 26 14 3 11 1fh'd 9 24 2 40
45 14 Sa. 6 595 31 10 32 1 29 14 4 2 21 h'd 10 28 3 24
16 15 S. 6 58 5 32 10 34 1 31 14 5 243 n'k (11 31 4 9
47 16 M. 6 56 5 33 10 37 1 34 14 6 33 34 n’k morn. 4 55
48 17 Tu. 6 55 5 35 10 401 3714 7 4 43 n'k 0 33 5 43
49 18W. 6 53 5 36 10 43 1 40 14 8 5 52 arm .1 33 6 32
5019 Th. 6 525 37 10 45 1 42 14 96 61 arm 2 29 7 22
51 20 Fr. 6 50 5 38 10 48 1 45 14 10 7 7arm 3 19 8 12
52 21 Sa. 16 495 40 10 511 48 1411 8

4 41 9 3
53 22 S. 6 47 5 41 10 541 51 14 12 9

4 431 9 52 54 23 M. 6 465 42 10 561 53 14 13 93104 h'rt 5 16/10 40 55 24 Tu.6 44 5 43 10 59 1 56 13 14 103 102 h’rt 5 45 11 27 56 25 W. 16 43 5 4511 2 1 5913011 111bel. - rises morn. 57 26 Th. 6 415 46 11 5 2 2 13 16 11% bel. 6 501 0 14

(L. 58 27 Fr. 16 39 5 47 11 8 2 51317 0 Ojbel. 8 0 1 1 59 28 Sa. 16 38 5 48 11 10 2 71318 01 (rei. 9 131 1 49 60 29 S.6 36.5 49 11 13 2 10 13 19 11 2 rei. 10 28 2 40.

Remember that in all miseries lamenting becomes fools, and action the wise. - Sir PHILIP SIDNEY.

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Moon tast'The fire is burning cheerly bright,
quartunu The room is snug and warm ;
Leerelti, We'll keep afar the wintry night,
dans le lze And drive away the storm.
lour rides a call and Percival.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.
Weather, &c.
11-D Sexagesima Sunday.

THE chores at the barn and
2 Mo. Purifica. of V. Mary. Capdiemas Day. the care of stock will fill up a
3 Tu. { 20:, Richard H. Panay, poet, died, aged part of this cold month, and

there will still be left some time 4W. Indications of a thaw. to read and to think. It is not 5 Th. ( runs low.

time lost, by any means, to keep Hurti 6 .

6 Fr. ( in Perig. Low tides. up with the world; and it would
- Sa. 16! (

Pleasant.

be a strong point against the 8 D Quin. or Shrove Sunday. behind the rest of his fellows in

farm, if it were to keep a man 9 Mo. 10th. Very high tides conly mental culture. He ought to 70 Tu. Shrove Tuesday. 78 Ccool get from books the food of

11 W. Ash Wednesday. Signs of a thought, at least, and to make Bruiz12 Th. 626:

the most of it. A few books, storm.

well read, are better than many, Raink13 Fr. {imarie B do ictoria 14th: 6 hc. and hence the choice ought to

14 Sa. 1 sup. St. Valentine. be the best that can be made. Imots 15-D1st Sunday in Lent. Eust A good free library is a great

16 M. 6WG Dull weather. boon to any town. It niakes
17 Tu. of

every farm worth more, and mtopw. 68( ( in Alm. puts it in the power of every 19 Th. ( runs high.

intelligent. But it is of no use 20 Fr. Very low tides. Cold. to have it, unless you're going FLOW H21 Sa. 22d. WASHINGTON BORN, 1732.

to use it, and now is just the

time. The evenings are long, 22 D 20 Sunday in Lent. and out-door work does not *** 28 Mo. O TO. Continues press as it does at other times. bed24 Tu. St. Matthias.

cold. The best books are those that 25W. | 8 H , 3 H (.

excite the mind to thought and

reflection. They are the only 26 Th. Napoleon escapes from Elba, 1815.40*2* * ones from which we can hope 27 Fr. Longfellow born, 1807.

for any real growth. We can128 Sa. 6 $ 9. Pleasant. not afford to waste time on 29] D 30 Sund. in Lent. & in 8. others. The wood-pile can be

| built up at odd jobs. It is a good plan to keep a year's stock of wood on hand, so as to have it dry and well seasoned at all times.

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O's Declination,

Astronomical Calculations. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. 1 7 S.15 7 4 56 13 2 34 19 OS.12 25 2 9 6 52

4 32 14 2 11 20 ON.11 26 2 33 6 29

4 9 15 1 47 21 0 35 27 2 56 6 10 3 45 16 1 23 22 0 59 28 3 20 5 42 11 3 22 17 1 0 23 1 22

43 19 12 2 58 18 0 36 24 1 46 30

( Last Quarter, 3d day, 6h. 22m., evening, E.
• New Moon, 10th day, 8h. 3m., evening, W.

First Quarter, 18th day, 7h. 52m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 26th day, 8h. 39m., morning, W.

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61 1 M. 16 3515 51|11 162 13|12|20 21 29 sec.|11 42| 3 33 62 2 Tu.6 335 52 11 19 2 16 12 21 3 33 sec. morn. 4 29 63 3 W. 6 315 53 11 22 2 19 12 22 4 41 thi. 0 54 5 29 64 4 Th. 6 305 55 11 25 2 22 12 23 5 5) thi. 1 2 0 6 29 65 5 Fr. 6 285 56 11 28 2 25 12 24 61 68 kn. 2 511 7 30 666 Sa. 6 26 5 57 11 31 2 28 11 25 71 8 kn. 3 44 8 28 67 73.6 25 5 58 11 33 2 30 1126 81 9 legs 4 22 9 22 68 8M. 6 23 5 59 11 36 2 33 11 27| 9110 legs 4 54 10 14 69 9 Tu.6 216 011 39 2 36 11 28 101 100 feet 5 2211 2 70 10W. 6 20 6 2 11 42 2 3910 0 11 113 feet sets 11 48 71 11 Th. 6 1816 3 11 45 2 42 10 1 111 feet 7 6 0 33 72 12 Fr. 6 166 4 11 48 2 45 102 01 02 h’d 8 11 1 17 73 13 Sa. 6 15 6 511 502 47 9 3 00 11 h'd 9 15 2 2 74 14 S. 6 13 6 611 53 2 50 9 4 12 n’k 10 18 2 48 75 15 M. 16 11 6 711 56 2 53 9 5 21 n’k |11 19 3 35 76 16 Tu.6 10 6 8 11 58 2 55 91 6 31 arm morn. 4 24 77 17 W. 6 816 912 12 58 8 7 4 arm 0 17 5 13 78 18 Th.6 66 11 12 53 2 8 8 44 44 arm 1 10 6 3 79 19 Fr. 6 46 12 12 8 3 5 8 9 54 54 br. 1 57 6 53 So 20 Sa. 16 36 13 12 10 3 7 710 61 62 br. 2 38 7 42 81 21 S. 6 1 6 14 12 13 3 10 711 71 7h'rt 3 13 8 30 82 122 M. 5 596 15 12 16 3 13 7 12 81 82 h’rt 3 43 9 17 83 23 Tu. 5 57 6 16 12 19 3 16 6 13 9

4 1110 4 84 24 W. 5 56 6 18 12 22 3 19 6 14 91104 bel. 4 37 10 51 85 25 Th.5 54 6 19 12 25 3 22 615 103 104 bel. 5 2 11 40 86 26 Fr. 5 52 6 2012 28 3 25 60 117 11į rei. rises morn. 87 27 Sa. 15 506 21 12 31 3 28 517 — O rei. 8 9 0 30 88 28 S. 5 496 22 12 33 3 30 518 01 02 sec. 9 26 1 24 89 29 M. 15 47 6 23 12 363 33 519 11 13 sec. 10 41 2 21 90 30 Tu. 5 45 6 24/12 39 3 36 420 2 21 thi. 11 51 3 21 91 31 W. 15 43 6 25 12 42 3 39| 421 2 32 thi. morn. 4 23

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Smiles many a long, bright, sunny day,
When the changed winds are soft and warm,

And heaven puts on the blue of May.

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Farmer's Calendar.

8.
m.

42 3 33

rn. 4 29

54 529 06 29 51 7301 44 8 28 22 9 22

541014 mdr

22/11 2

S 12th. Disast. flood in Hungary; Szegedin

6 0 33 11 1 17 15 2 2 18 2 48

19 3 35
Orn. 4 24
17 5 134
10 6 3
57 6 53)
38 7 42
- 13/ 8 30
343) 9 17
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3710 51
5 2 11 40
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3 9 0 30
326 1 24
1 41 2 21
51) 321

1 Mo. St. David. High tides.

THERE is no time like this to 2 Tu. 8 in 8. ( in Perigee.

fix up and get ready for spring zw. Length of night 12h. 37m. work. There are more or less

tools to mend; ploughs, carts, 4 Th. ( runs low. Windy. hoes, and rakes, and the fences Ruth 11 5 Fr. Boston Massacre, 1770.

to be put up. The more of these 6 Sa. 8 in Peri. Low tides. odd jobs you can do now, the

less loss of time by-and-by.
C 4th Sunday in Lent.

We don't want to leave off work
TroMo.ké ? C. Snow or rain.

in the field to run after the cows
Tu. 137th. Elihu Burritta thee is learned black and sheep. Bad fences make

10 W. 18 greatest elongation E. breachy cattle. Nor can we wait ets 11 48) Srcel *1 Th. *7 16. 12th 7 8 C.

an hour or two to start the Circl12 Fr. hc. High tides.

plough, when the time comes

to do it. We must plan to save Pict13 Sa.

inund.; great loss of life and prop.. 79. time when it is worth the most.
Mairie 14+ CX5th Su. in. Lent. Passion Sund. Take time by the forelock. The
15 Mo. 640. 14th. 6 °C.

canker-worm will be running
Krin 16 Fu.
Days and nights 17th. 6 ( middle of the month, and we

up the apple-trees soon after the
17 W. St. Patrick. ( in Apogee. ought to tar the trees, or take
18 Th. ( runs high. Easterly some steps to stop it. It is
19 Fr.x20th. Very low tides. not just the thing to stand by
| 20 Sa. lo ent. 9o. SPRING BEGINS. and see the trees stripped of

their leaves every spring, when
21 C Palm Sunday. St. Benedict.

it is so easy to save them. The
22 Mo. 29th. Sir Isaac Newton died, aged 84, 1727. cows will need great care, now
14423 Tu. Koi winds with cold rain. that they are to come in. Give
le
24 W. 18 (. Queen Elizabeth died, 1603. them a warm pen, good feed,

and a clean bed. Don't forget
ale-125 Thx Annunciation, or Lady Day.

to fork over the manure in the 26 Fr. Good Friday.

Fair. barn cellar. It is a good plan
27|Sa. 325th, 1st day of year in Old Style,

to have some loam or plaster to
changed, 1752, to Jan. 1.
tw|28| CXEaster Sun. Ở $ O inf. mix in. Some farmers bed their
29 Mo. ( in Peri. Very high tides. stock with sand, and then there

is no need of anything else.
30 Tu. {Maespere, known as tħe Sicilian

There is the town meeting.
31 W. 1 runs low. Showery. farmer must make his vote tell.

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APRIL, Fourth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. miz. Days, d. m. Days, d. m.

41.53 7 7 9 13 9 22 19 11 28 25 13 28
5 16 8 7 32 14 9 43 20 11 49 26 13 47
5 39 9 7 54 15 10 5 21 12 9 27 14 6
6 1 10 8 16 16 10 26 22 12 29 28 14 25
6 24 11 8 38 17 10 47 23 12 49 29 14 44
6 47 12 9 이 18 11 8 24 13 91 30 15 2

Year.

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Boston.
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( Last Quarter, 2d day, 1h. 29m., morning, E.

New Moon, 9th day, 10h. 23m., morning, E.
D First Quarter, 17th day, 2h. 30m., evening, E.
O Full Moon, 24th day, 6h. 6m., evening, E.

D D
Bises.

h. M.
92 1 Th.5 426 27 12 453 42 4722 34 43 kn. O 525 24
93 2 Fr. 15 40 6 28 12 48 3 45 3 23 5 57 ko. 1 43 6 23
94 3 Sa. 5 38 6 29 12 51 3 48 324 6 6 legs 2 23 7 19
95 48.5 376 30 12 533 503 25 74 74 legs 2 56 8 10
965 M. 5 35 6 31 12 563 53 3 26 81 82 legs 3 24 8 58
97 6 Tu.5 336 32/12 593 56 227 94 94 feet 3 50 9 44
98 7W. 5 326 33 13 1 3 58 2 28 10 101 feet 4 16 10 28
99 8 Th.5 306 34 13 4 4 1 2 29 109 11 ud 4 37 11 12
100 9 Fr. 5 28 6 35 13 74 4 1 0 1111111'd

sets (11 57
IOI 10 Sa. 5 27 6 36 13 9 4 6 1 1

01 D'k

8 51 0 42 10211 S. 5 25 6 37 13 12 4 9 1 2 01 02 n'k 9 7 1 29 103 12 M. 5 23 6 38|13 15 4 12 1 3 11 n'k 10 6 2 17 10413 Tu. 5 22 6 40/13 18 4 15 0 4 13 21 arm 11 1 3 6 10514 W. 5 206 4113 21 4 18 0 5 2129 arm 11 50 3 56 10615 Th. 5 18 6 42 13 24 4 21 F. 6 3 31 br. morn. 4 46 10716 Fr. 5 17 6 43 13 264 23 01 7 33 47 br. 0 33 5 35 IOS 17 Sa. 5 15 6 44/13 29 4 26 1 8 41 51 br. 1 10 6 22 10918 S. 5 14 6 4513 31 4 28 1 9 51 61 h'rt 1 42 7 8 11019 M. 5 12 6 46 13 344 31 1 10 6 7 h’rt 2 10 7 54 111/20 Tu. 5 116 48 13 37 4 34 111 73 8 bel. 2 36 8 40 11221 W. 5 96 49/13 40 4 37 112 87 88 bel. 3 11 9 27 11322 Th. 5 86 50 13 42 4 39 213 919 rei. 3 26110 16 11423 Fr. 5 6 6 5113 454 42 2 14 10 101 rei. 3 5411 9 11524 Sa. 5. 56 52 13 474 44 20 108 11 sec. 4 25 morn. 11625 S. 5 36 53 13 504 47 21611) sec. rises o 6 11726 M. 5 26 54 13 524 49 2170

04 thi.

9 32 1 6 11827 Tu.5 16 55 13 54 4 51 3 18 03 11 thi. (10 41 2 10 11928 W. 4 596 5613 57 4 54 319 13 22 kn. 11 371 3 14 12029 Th. 4 57 6 57 14 04 57 320 28 31 kn. morn. 4 16 121 30 Fr. 4 56 6 58 14 24 59 321 31 41 kn. I 0 22 5 14

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