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OCTOBER, TENTH MONTH.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS.
Days. d.

m. Days. d. m. | Days. d. m. Days. d. Days. d. m.
1 38.32 7 5 51 13 8 7 19 10 19 25 12 25
2 3 55 8 6 13 14 8 29 20 10 40 26 12 45

18 9. 6 36 15 8 51 21 11 1 27 13 6 4 42 10 6 59 16 9 13 22 11 23 28 13 26 5 5 11 7 22 17 9 35 23 11 44 29 13 46 5 28 12 7 44 18 9 57 24 12 4 30 14 5

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O Full Moon, 4th day, 5h. 16m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 11th day, 9h. 45m., morning, W.
@ New Moon, 18th day, 7h. 47m., evening, W.

First Quarter, 27th day, Oh. 10m., morning, W.

Length Day's
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Boston.
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275 1 W. 5 575 41 11 443 3211 12 84 9 legs 2 15 9 31
276 2 Th. 5 595 39 11 40 3 36 11 13 91 94 feet 3 19 10 20
277 3 Fr. 6 05 37 11 373 39 11 14 10 101 feet 4 25 11 11
2781 4 Sa. 6 15 36 11 35 3 41 11 0 104 11 h'd

5 34 morn
279 5 S.6 25 34 11 32 3 44 12 16 117 118 hd rises 0 3
280 6 M. 6 35 32 11 293 47 12 17 01 n'k 6 48 0 57
281 7 Tu. 6 415 30 11 26 3 50 12 18 07 1 n'k 7 34 1 54
282 8W.6 55 29 11 24 3 52 13 19 11 13 arm 8 25 2 52
283) 9 Th.16 615 27 11 21 3 55 13 20 23 arm 9 21 3 51
28410 Fr. 6 85 25 11 17 3 59 13 21 31 31 br. 10 22 4 50
28511 Sa. 6 95 24 11 154 1 1322 41 41 br. 11 26 5 47
286 12 S.6 10 5 22 11 12 4 4 1423 52 h’rt morn

6 42 287 13 M. 6 11 5 2011 94 714 24 61 7 h’rt 0 32 7 35 288 14 Tu. 6 125 19 11 74 9 14 25 71 8 bel. 1 37 8 25 289 15 W. 6 135 17 11 44 12 14 26 84 9 bel. 2 41 9 13 290 16 Th. 6 155 16 11 14 15 15 27 94 9bel. 3 44 10 0 291 17 Fr. 6 165 14 10 58 4 18 15 28 101 102 rei. 4 46 10 46 292 18 Sa. 617 5 12 10 55 4 21 15 11 11į rei. 5 47 11 32 293 19 S. 6 18 5 11 10 53 4 23 15 1113

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0 17 294 20 M. 6 195 910 50 4 26 15 2004 sec. 6 18 1 3 295 21 Tu. 6 215 8 10 47 4 29 15 3 0f 1 sec. 6 56 1 50 296 22 .

W. 6 225 610 44 4 32 16 4 11 1} thi. | 7 37 2 37 297 23 Th. 6 235 5 10 42 4 34 16 5 27 28 thi. 8 23 3 24 298 24 Fr. 6 245 310 394 37 16 6 24 3 kn. 9 12 4 11 299 25 Sa. 6 25 5 2 10 37 4 39 16 7 31 34 kn. 10 5 4 59 30026 S.6 275 110 34 4 42 16 8 4 41 kn. 11 1 5 46 30127 M. 6 28 4 59 10 31 4 45 16 9 5 51 legs 11 59 6 33 30228 Tu. 6 29 4 58 10 294 47 16101 6 64 legs morn 7 20 30329 W.6 30 4 56 10 26 4 50 16 11 7 71 feet 1 0 8 8 304 30 Th. 6 324 55 10 23 4 53 16 12 74 84 feet 2 4 8 57 30531 Fr. 6 33 4 54 10 21 4 55/16 13 8į| 9*1'd 3 10 9 48

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There wrought the busy harvesters; and many a creaking wain
Bore slowly to the long barn floor its load of husk and grain;
Till broad and red, as when he rose, the sun sank down at last,
And like a merry guest’s farewell, the day in brightness passed.

WHITTIER.

1800.

fire, 1871.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1/W.Legistature (biennial) meets Fine, WINTER pears and other fruits

in Vermont. 2 Th. Sam Adams died, 1803. with are to be left on the trees till there 3 Fr. 8 in Perih. {Gsco. Bancroft born, is risk of a hard frost. All'fruits 4 Sa. ( eclipsed, vis. hard

that are worth much ought to be

picked by hand. A rub or a bruise 5 E 17th Sun. aft. Tr. h stat. will make it hard to keep them till 6 Mo. 6° 4. 5th. $ gr. elong. E. they are fit to eat or to sell. Fall 7 Tu. Cin Per. Very high tides. pears ought to be picked a few 8 W. Great Chicago 7th. 6 WC.

days before they are ripe. All 9 Th. (ru.

high. 6 W 8,6 h (. fruits to be sold should be sorted 10 Fr. 12th. R. E. Lee died, 1870. frost.

out with great care into three lots,

extra fine, middling, and poor. 11 Sa. L. of ni. 12h. 46m. q in 8

The choice lot will sell for more 12 E 18th Sunday after Trinity. than the whole would bring, put in 13 Mo. $ gr. hel. lat. N. Wind pell-mell, and you 'll get up a name 14 Tu. 6 20. Low tides. that will sell your crop at a high 15 W.690

and price when other folks have to 16 Th. 6 C. ş 19th. Surrender of Cornwal-stand round and wait for a bid. A {

man whose fruit, whose butter, 17 Fr. 68C.

rain. whose eggs, or what not, are known 18 Sa. st

. Luke Ev. O ecl., inv.in U.S. to be first rate every time can sell 19 E

19th Sun. af. Tr. Hi. tides. his load and be off. It does n't pay, 20 Mo.

Very fine, in the long run, to “ deacon', 21 Tu. 6 IC. Colly mobile discovered Amer-things, put the best at the top, and 22 W. Revocation of Edict of Nantes, 1685.

cover up a lot of poor truck, for it

will soon be found out. "A good 23 Th. (runs low. (in Apogee.

name goes some way in trade, as 24 Fr. Daniel Webster died, 1852. with well as in social life, and you might 25 Sa. st. Crispin.

cool find it to be better than riches. 26 E 20th Sunday after Trinity. The fall work must be pushed on 27 Mo. Very low tides. winds. now. The corn ought to come in 28 Tu. St. Simon & St. Jude.

soon, the roots dug up and stored,

so that the close of the month 29 W.

Unsettled

may end the harvest, and see the 30 Th. John A. Andrew died, 1867.

boys all in school. I hope they are 81 Fr. All-Hallows Eve. weather. ready to go and make the best of it.

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O Full Moon, 3d day, 3h. 52m., morning, W.
(Last Quarter, 9th day, 6h. 28m., evening, E.

New Moon, 17th day, 1h. 27m., evening, W.
First Quarter, 25th day, 5h. 32m., evening, E.

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306 1 Sa. 6 34 4.53|10 194 57|16|14| 91 92 h'd | 419,10 41 307 23.6 354 51 10 16 5 0 16 15 104 104 n'k 5 30 11 37

308 3M. 6 37 4 50 10 13 5 3 160 11 117 n’k rises morn im 13091 Tu. 6 38 4 49 10 115 5 16 17 118 arm 6 13 0 36

310 5W. 6 39 4 48 10 9 5 7 16 18 01 04 arm 7 10 1 37 311 6 Th.6 40 4 46 10 6 5 10 16 19 11 14 br. 8 11 2 39 312 7 Fr. 6 42 4 45 10 35 13 16 20 2 24br. 9 17 3 39 313 8 Sa. 6 43 4 44 10 15 15 16 21 3 | 31 h’rt 10 23 4 37 314 9S.6 44 4 43 9 59 5 17 16 22 4 41 h'rt 11° 30 5 31 315 10 M. 6 46 4 42 9 565 20 16 23 53 hört morn 6 23 31611 Tu.6 47 4 41 9 545 22 16 24 67 64 bel. 0 34 7 19 317 12 W. 6 48 4 40 9 52 5 24 16 25 71 71 bel. 1 37 7 59 318 13 Th. 6 49 4 39 9 50 5 2615 26 84 84 rei. 2 39 8 44 319

14 Fr. 6 51 4 38 947 5 29 15 27 9 93 rei. | 3 39 9 29 320 15 Sa. 6 52 4 37| 9 455 31 1528) 98 104 sec. 4 38 10 14 32116 S.6 534 36 9 435 33 15 29 101 11 sec. 5 37 11 0 322 17 M. 6 54 4 35 9 41 5 35 15 0 111 114 sec. sets 11 46

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19 W. 6 57 4 34 9 37 5 39 14 2 07 07 thi. 6 18 1 20 32 520 Th.6 584 33 9 35.5 41|14| 3 11 14kn. | 7 6 2 7 326 21 Fr. 6 59 4 33 9 345 42 14 4 11 18 kn. 7 58 2 54 327 22 Sa. 7 0 4 32 9 32 5 44 13 5 24 24 kn. 8 52 3 41 32823 S.7 2 4 32 9 305 46 13 6 21 3 legs 9 48 4 27 329 24 M. 7 34 31 9 28 5 48 13 7 3 37 legs 10 47 5 13 33025 Tu.7. 44 30 9 26 5 50/13.81.41 47 feet 11 48 5 59 33126 W.17 5 4 301 9 25 5 51 12 9 54 feet morn 6 46

27 Th.7 64 29 9 23 5 53 12101 61 61 feet 0 51 7 35 33328 Fr. 17 8 4 29 9 215 55 12 11 7 Hih'd 1 56 8 25 334 29 Sa. 7 9 4 29 9 2015 56 11/12 8 81 h'd 3 4 9 19 335 30 S-17 10 4 281 9 1815 58 11 13 81 94 n'k | 4 15 10 15

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