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ECLIPSES FOR 1882. There will be two Eclipses this year, both of the Sun, and a transit of Venus over the Sun's disk.

I. A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, May 17, invisible in New England, visible in the Eastern Hemisphere.

II. AN ANNULAR ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, Nov. 10, invisible in New England, visible in the Southern Pacific Ocean.

V. A TRANSIT OF VENUS over the Sun's disk, Dec. 6, the principal phases of which are as follows, Boston time: - First contact, Dec. 6, 9h. 19m. A.M.; Forming of ring, first internal contact, 9h. 40m. A.M.; Breaking of ring, second internal contact, 3h. 2m. P.M.; Last contact, 3h. 23m, P.M. The time at other points in New England does not differ appreciably from the Boston time of the same phenomenon,

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CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1882.
Dominical Letter,

A
Lunar Cycle or

Roman Indiction, 10 Epact, 11

2 Solar Cycle,

Golden Number, I Julian Period, 15

6595 MOVABLE FEASTS AND FASTS FOR 1882. Septuagesima Sunday, Feb. 5 Good Friday, April 7, Whit Sunday, May 28 Shrove Sunday,

19 Easter Sunday, 9 Trinity Sunday, June 4 Ash Wednesday, 22 Low Sunday, 16 Corpus Christi,

8 First Sunday in Lent, 26 Rogation Sunday, May 14 Advent Sunday, Dec. 3 Palm Sunday, April 2/ Holy Thursday, 18

PLANETS - 1882.
JANUARY

MAY

SEPTEMBER.
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8 33 P. M. sets 4 7 59 P. M. Mars sets 12 6 35 A. M. o sets 12 0 22 A.M. o sets 11 7 12 P.N. Jupi'r 4 sets 19 2 1 A.M. 4 sets 18 7 52 P. M. 4 rises 18 10 38 P. M. Satur.h sets 26 0 36 A. M. 1 rises 26 3 22 A.M.

h rises 25 6 9 P. M. FEBRUARY

JUNE

OCTOBER
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25 10 45 P. M. h rises 26 2 0 A. M. h rises 25 6 9 P. M. MARCHI

JULY

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MORNING AND EVENING STARS. Venus will be Morning Star till Feb. 20, Evening Star till Dec. 6, Morning Star rest of year. Mars will be Evening Star till Dec. 10, then Morning Star the rest of the year. Jupiter will be Evening Star till May 30, Morning Star till Dec. 18, then Evening Star the rest of the year.

Saturn will be Evening Star till May 5, Morning Star till Nov. 14, then Evening Star the rest of the year.

MERCURY. The most favorable times for seeing Mercury in 1882, will be about Feb. 6, June 1, Sept. 28, in the West, after sunset; and March 21, July 19, and Nov. 7, in the East, before sunrise.

NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE PRINCIPAL PLANETS. O @ The Sun. 9 Venus, @ The Earth. H Uranus.

Juno. (ODOThe Moon. Mars. h Saturn.

Neptune.

Pallas. 8. Mercury. 4 Jupiter.

Vesta.

Ceres. NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE ASPECTS. Ó Conjunction, or in the same degree, 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. N Leo, heart.

9. 1 Sagittarius, thighs. 2. 8 Taurus, neck.

6. TR Virgo, belly.

10. V Capricornus, knees. 3. O Gemini, arms.

7. Libra, reins.

11. Aquarius, legs. 4. Cancer, breast.

8. in Scorpio, secrets. 12. # Pisces, feet.

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COLLEGES, PROFESSIONAL, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS IN NEW ENG.

(Corrected Sept. 1881.) Colleges.

1st tm. 14 w., vac. 3 w.; 2d term till Com. BATES, LEWISTON, ME. - 3 tms. Beg. with recess at Easter. 6w. fm Tu. bef. Thank., 1st Tu. Apr., 3d SCHOOL OF THE FINE ARTS, (YALE Tue. Au. Com., Th. aft. last We. June, COLL.) – Beg. Oct. 1, and ends May 31,

Bow DOIN, BRUNSWICK, ME. - Com., Theological Schools. 24 Thurs. July. Vac., 11 w. from Com.; THEO. SEM., BANGOR, ME. (Or. Cong.) 2 w, at Christinas; I w. in spring.

- Anniversary 1st Wed. June; vac. 14 w. COLBY UNIVER., WATERVILLE, ME. - from anniv. Exam. for entrance Sept. 15. Com., 4th We. June; vac. 9 w. fm Com., 1 THEOL. DEPARTMENT, BATES COLL., w. fm last Wed. Nov., 6 w. fm last W. Jan. LEWISTON, ME. - Year same as College.

MAINE WESLEYAN SEM. AND FEMALE VT. EPIS. INSTITUTE, BURLINGTON, VT. COLL., KENT'S HILL, ME. - Three terms - Acad. yr. 40 w. fm. íst Th. in Sept. 13 w. each. Beg. 3d Mon. Aug. ; 1st Mon. THEO. SEM. (Ortho. Cong.), ANDOVER, Deo ; 2d Mon. March.

Mass. Yr. b. Sep. 2,'80. An.Th. b. Jly. 4. DARTMOUTH, AT HANOVER, N. H.- BOSTON UNIVER. SCHOOL OF THEOL. Com.last Th. June; vac. 8 weeks after, (Method.). – Year beg, Sept. 22.

N. H. Conf. SEMINARY AND FEMALE NEW CHURCH THEO. Sch., WALTHAM, COLLEGE, TILTON, N. H.-Terms bey. Mass. (Swedenborg.).-Yr. beg. Oct.'81. Mar. 15, Aug. 30, and Dec. 6.

EPISCOPAL THEO. SCHOOL AT CAMLewis ColleGE. NORTHFIELD, VT. BRIDGE, MASS. -Year þeg. 4th Wed. in

Year begins 2d Thurs. Sept.; closes 3d Sept.; ends 3d Wed. in June. Thurs. in June.

NEWTON Theo. INST., NEWTON CENMIDDLEBURY, MIDDLEBURY, VT.- TRE, Mass. (Bapt.) - Ann., 2d Wed.Jun. Tms. beg. Sep. 14, '84, Jan. 12, Ap. 13, '83. Vac. fm ann. to 20 Tu.Se., and 1 w. in Feb.

UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, AND STATE DIVINITY SCHOOL OF HARVARD UNIV. AGRICULT. COLLEGE, AT BURLINGTON, -Year is same as that of Harvard Coll. -Com., last Wed. June. Vac. from Com. TUFTS COLLEGE Div. SCHOOL, COL10 w.; from Wed. before Christmas 2 w., LEGE HILL, Mass. (Univ.) School year and 2 w. from close of spring term.

same as that of the College. VERMONT METH. SEMINARY AND BERKELEY Div. Sch. (Epis.), MIDDLEFEMALE COLLEGE, MONTPELIER, VT.- Town, CT.-Beg. Sept. 23 ; ends abt Je. 1. 3 tms, beg. Mar. 27, Aug. 24, and Dec. 10. Div. Sch. of YALE COLL., NEW HA

AMHERST, AMHERST, Mass. — 3 tms. VEN, Conn. (Ortho. Cong.) – Year beg. Begin Jan. 5, Apr. 13, and Sept. 7. 2d Thurs. Sept.; closes 3d Thurs. May.

BOSTON COLLEGE, Boston, Mass. - THEO. INST. OF CONN., HARTFORD. Two tms. Beg. 1st Mon. Sep. and Feb. (Ortho. Cong.)--Acad. yr fm 20 Th. Sept.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY, Boston, Mass. to 20 Th. May. - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. -3 tms,

Medical Schools. 1st beg. Sept. 22, '81; 2d beg. Jan, 2, '82; MED. Sch. OF ME., BOWDOIN COLL., 3d bog. Mar. 22, '82. COLLEGE OF MUSIC, BRUNSWICK, ME.-Beg. Feb. 9, lasts 16 w.

- 2 tms, 20 w. each; 1st begins Sept. 8, PORTLAND SCH. FOR MED. INS., PORT81 ; 2d beg. Jan, 30, '82.

LAND, ME.—2 tms, beg.Jun.8,and Oc.5,'81. SCHOOL OF ALL SCIENCES. Post-grad. MED. DEP. DART. COLL., HANOVER, dep't. Tms same as in Coll. of Lib. Arts, N. H. — Lecture tm. beg. 1st Wed. Aug.;

COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS, WOR- cont. 14 w. Recitation im. beg. Ist Wed. CESTER, MAss.- Year begins 1st Wed. Dec.; cont. 30 w. Sept., ends last Thurs. June.

UNIV. OF VT. MED. DEP., BURLINGHARVARD, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.-Acad. TON, VT.- Beg. 1st Th. Mar., con. 16 w. yr, beg. Th. after last Wed. Sep., ends at MED.Sch.OF HARV. UNIV., BOSTON.Com., last Wed. June; rec. 23 Dec, to Jan. The year beg. Th. af. last Wed, in Sept.; 2, inc., and fr. Wed. bef. Fast to Tu.af., inc. ends last Wed. in June.

SMITH COLLEGE, NORTHAMPTON, Ms. Boston UNIV. SCH. OF MED. (Homeo(For Women.) — 3 tms., Jan. 5, Apr. 13, path.)--Open to both sexes. Reg.Oct. 6. and Sept. 15.

MED. INST. OF YALE COLLEGE, NEW TUFTS COLL., COLLEGE HILL, MASS. HAVEN, CONN. – Winter trm. beg. Oct.6, - A single tm of 39 w. Begins Sept. 21, 1881, closes Feb. 8, 1882; spring tm bey. 1882; Com. 3d Wed. June. Vac. 13 w. Feb. 22, and closes June 28, 1882.

WELLESLEY COLLEGE, WELLESLEY, DENTAL SCH, HARV. UNIV., BOSTON. MAss. (For Women.) Three terms. 1st - Begins and ends with college year. term begins Sept. 8, 1881.

BosTON DENTAL COLLEGE, Boston. WILLIAMS, WILLIAMSTOWN, MAS8. - 2 tms.: beg. Nov. 7,'81, and 2d Mond. Com., 1st Wed.July. Vac., 9 w.af. Com.; Mar. 82. Preliminary term Oct. 2, 82. 9w. fm Tu. bef. Chr., 2w. fm last Tu. Mar. N. E. FEMALE MEDICAL COLLEGE.

BROWN, PROVIDENCE, R. I. - Acad yr. United with Boston Univ. Sch. of Med. beg. 3d Wed. Sept. Com. 3d Wed. June.

Law Schools. TRINITY, HARTFORD, CONN.—2 tms; LAW SCH. OF HARVARD UNIV., CAM1st beg. mid. Sept.; 2d beg. early in Jan. BRIDGE, Mass.-Year same as College. -Com. Thur. bef. July 4.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW. WESLEYAN UNIV., MIDDLETOWN, CT. - Beg. 1st Wed. Oct., ends last wd. May. -Com., last Th. June, 1881. Vac. 11 w. LAW SCHOOL, NEW HAVEN, Cons. fm Com., 2 w. at Chris., 1 w. in spring. Yr. beg. Sept. 29, 81, ends June 27, '82.

YALE, NEW HAVEN, CONN.- Com. last Scientific and Agric. Schools. Wed. June. Vacation, 11.w. from Com. MAINE STATE COLL. OF AGRIC, AND

THE MECHANIC ARTS, ORONO, ME. - GORHAM NORMAL SCHOOL, GORHAM, Tms. beg. Feb. 7, Aug. 8. Com. June 28. ME. - 2 terms, 20 weeks each. Begin in

CHANDLER SCIEN. SCHOOL, THAYER Feb. and Aug. SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, AND WESTERN NORMAL SCH., FARMINGN. H. COLL. OF AGRIC. AND THE MECH. TON, ME. - Tms beg. Fe, 21 and Au. 29. ARTS, HANOVER, N. H.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, PLYMOUTH, Terms same as Dart. Coll.

N.H.-2 tms; beg. Aug. 30, '81, and Feb.7, UNIVER. OF VT., BURLINGTON, has '82. Each term 20 weeks. also a scientific and agricultural course. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, CASTLETON,

MASS. AGRIC., COLL. AMHERST, MASS. VT.-2tms; beg. Ist Mo. Feb., last Tu. Au. - 3 tms. Yr. b. I. Th. Au., ends 1. Wd. Je. STATE NORMAL SCH., JOHNSON, VT.

MASS. COLL. OF PHARMACY, Boston, -Tms 20w.; beg. 1st Tu. Sep., 2d Tu.Feb. Mass. - Year begins Oct. 10, 1*81.

STATE NORM. Sch.,RANDOLPH, VT.Boston UNIVER, COLL. OF AGRIC.-Tms. beg. Feb. 7 and Aug. 22. Terms same as in Mass. Agric. Coll.

NORMAL SCHOOLS OF MASSACHULAWRENCE SCIEN. SCHOOL (HARV. SETTS. - The year is divided into 2 terms UNIV.), CAMBRIDGE, MASS.- The year of 20 weeks each, including a recess of 1 is the same as that of Harvard College. week near the middle of the term. Vac.

THE BUSSEY INSTITUTION, JAMAICA 3 w. in winter, 9 w, in summer. Exam. PLAIN, Mass. (a school of agriculture and for admiss. at the beg. of each term, which horticulture in Hary. University).-Year is, at Salem, Feb. 7 and Sept. 5; at Westsame as that of Harvard College.

field, Feb. 7 and Sept. 5; at Bridgewater, MASS. INS, OF TECHNOLOGY, BOSTON, Feb. 8 and Sept. 6; at Framingham, Feb. Ac. yr. last Mo. Sep. to Fri.bf. 1st Tu. Je. 15 and Sept. 5; at Worcester, Feb. 9 and

WORCESTER FREE INSTIT., WORC., Sept. 7. MASS. - Tms: fm last Tu.Aug. to 2d Fri. MASS. NORMAL ART Sch., 1679 WashJan., and fm 1st Tu. Fe. to 2d Fri.July. ington Street, Boston. - Term beg. Feb.

SheffieLD SCIEN. SCHOOL (YALE 6 and Sept. 4. COL.) NEW HAVEN, Ct. – Terms same R. I. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, PROV., as those of Yale College.

R. I. - 2 trma. Spring term beg. Feb. 8, Normal Schools.

closes June 30. Fall tm. beg. 1st Tu. Sep. EASTERN NORMAL SCHOOL, CASTINE, STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, NEW BRIME. - Terms beg. Mar. 7, Aug. 22, and TAIN,Conn.-Spring and summer tm beg. Dec. 5, 1882.

Jan. 30, closes Jne 23; sch. year beg. Sep.

MEETINGS OF FRIENDS IN NEW ENGLAND. (Cor. Sept. 1881.) The Yearly Meeting of Friends is held | 7th mo., at Falmouth, and 1st fifth day at Newport, R.I., beginning with a ineet- 10th mo., at Sandwich, Mass. Falmouth : ing of Ministers and Elders, the 2d sixth 7th day before 1st sixth day in 2d and 9th day in the 6th month (9th) at 9 A. M. mos., at Windham; 6th mo. at Fal

For business on 7th day, at 9 A.M. Pub-| mouth, and 11th mo, at Durham. Smithlic meetings for worship at Newport and field : 2d fifth day, 2d month, at Wor. Portsmouth, on 1st day at 10 A. M. and 4 cester; 2d fifth day, 5th mo., at NorthP.M. The Yearly Meeting is composed bridge; 2d fifth day, 8th month, at of the Quarterly Meetings of Rhode Bolton; 2d fifth day, ilth mo., at Smith Island, Salem, Sandwich, Falmouth, field. Vassalboro': 2d seventh day in the Smithfield, Vassalboro’, Dover, and Fair- 2d month, at Vaesalboro'; on the last field, held as follows:

seventh day in the 5th month, at China; Rhode Island : 1st fifth day, 2d mo., at and on the 2d seventh day in 9th and 11th Providence; 1st fifth day, 5th mo., at months, at East Vassalboro'. Dover : 7th East Greenwich; 1st fifth day, 8th mo., day after 3d fifth day, 1st mo., at Rochat Newport, and 1st fifth day, 11th mo., ester, 4th mo. Dover, 8th mo. at North at Fall River. Salem : 3d tifth day, 1st Berwick, 10th mo. at Sandwich, N. H. mo., at Salem; 4th fifth day, 5th mo., at Fairfield : 7th day before 2d sixth day, in Amesbury; 3d fifth day, 8th mo., at 2d and 9th mos., at Manchester; 7th day Lynn; 3d fifth day, 10th mo., at Weare, before last sixth day, 5th mo., and 7th day sandwich: 1st fifth day, 4th and 12th before 2d sixth day, i1th mo., at Fairmos., at New Bedford; 2d fifth day, | field.

Registered Four, Four and One-half, and Five per cent. U. S. Bonds, as distributed among the different

States (Census of 1880).

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How bright the skies ! how clear the air !

Though short and cold these winter days,

Within, our cheerful heartlı’s bright blaze
Sheds summer's warmth and sunshine there.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

6th Old Christ

us.

1 A 1st S. aft. Christ. Circumcision. We come now to the parting 2 Mo. (runs high. 1o O in Per. of the way. It is one of the 3 Tu. 8 in 8,6 JC.

points where it is time to turn

over a new leaf. The past is 4 W. High tides.

Mild. like a book that is closed. Its 5 Th. 34th. Legislatures meet in Mass, and

record is made up. It is wise 6 Fr. Epiphany, 6 X sup., h sta.

to ask what is the balance sheet. 7 Sa. (in Apogee. {ethias Day.

It may not be in our power to

. 8 A 1st Sun. after Epiphany.

go back and mend its mistakes,

but it has its lessons to serve as 9Mo.] 3 H ( . {new

Orleans, 1815. a guide for our steps in that 10 Tu. 4 stationary. Changeable part of the road that lies before 11 W. Alexander Hamilton born, 1757.

Let us heed them. It is

the best way to make it a happy

with 12 Th. Very low tides.

New Year. There is a lull in 13 Fr. 16th. Sir John Moore killed, 1809

farm work just now, but the 14 Sa. Length of night 14h. 35m. chores at the barn have no end. 15 A 20 Sun. aft. Epiph. $ gr. A cow that is wintered well is 16 Mo. ( runs low. [hel. lat. s. worth more all the year round

than one that is not. Why 17 Tu. {Cseliere battle, raptures Lima after a 1881.

don't you make more use of 18 W. 6(.

the card and the brush? To 19 Th.

colder weather. feed well is the great secret of 20 Fr. ( in Perigee, ó B (.

success with stock on the farm;

to feed well takes thought and 21 Sa. Very h. tid. {Louis XVI, guil

care, as well as hay, roots, 22 A 30 Sun. aft. Epiphany. shorts, and cotton seed meal. 23 Mo. W stationary.

They talk about ensilage and 24 Tu.

Snow. the moist food from silos, but 25 W. Conversion of St. Paul. Oko.

we haven't yet brought the old

systems of feeding to anything 26 Th. 6 h ( 6W ( 64 6. like perfection. We must study 27 Fr. 26th. British beaten by Boers, 1861. the wants of our stock. The 28 Sa. Peter the Great died, 1725, 0. 8. master's eye, with a steady, 29 A 4th Sun. aft. Ep. Low tid. kind and gentle hand, is what

is wanted at this time of the 30Mo. ( runs high, đ (.

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