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18 68.

MAY, Fifth Month.

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

15N 19 7 17 2 13 18 34 19 19 56 25 21 6 2 15 37 8 17 18 14 18 49 20 20 8 26 21 16

15 54 17 34 15 19 3 21 20 21 27 21 26 4 16 11 10 17 49 16 19 17 22 20 32 28 21 35 5 16 28 11 18 5 17 19 30 23 20 44 29 21 44

16 45 12 18 20 18 19 43 24 20 55 30 21 53

O's Declination.

O Full Moon, 6th day, 1h. 53m., evening,
(Last Quarter, 14th day, Oh. 31m., evening.

New Moon, 22d day, 1h. 52m., morning.
> First Quarter, 28th day, 6h. 58m., evening.

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1 Fr. 14 55 6 59 | 14 45 0 319 63 71 bel. 2 15 8 13 2 Sa. 4 53 7 1 14 8 5 4 3 10 § 81 bel. 2 50 9 4 3 SU. 4 527 2 14 10 5 6 3 11 897 rei. 3 23 9 54 4 Mo. 4 51 7 3 14 12 5 8 3 12 94 105 rei. 3 56 10 44 5 Tu. 4 49 7 4 14 15 5 11

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4 29 11 33 6 W. 4 48 7 5 14 17 15 13 40 114 111 sec. rises. morn. 7 Th. 4 47 7 6 14 19 5 15 415 12

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8 3 0 23 8 Fr. 4 46 7 7 14 21 5 17 416 1 4| thi. | 9 2 1 1 13

9 Sa. 4 45 7 8 14 23 5 19 4 17 1 14-thi. | 9 571 2 3 10 SU. 4 43 7 9 14 26 5 22 4 18 12 kn. (10 47 2 53 11 Mo. 4 42 7 10 14 28 5 24 4 19 23 24 kn. 11 31 3 42 12 Tu. 4 41 7 12 14 31 5 27 4 20.31 3:1 legs morn. 4 30 13 W. 4 40 7 13 14 33 5 29 4 21 4 4 legs 0 11 517 14 Th. 4 39 7 14 14 35 5 31 4 22

legs 0 47 6 2 15 Fr. 4 38 7 15 14 37 15 33 423 54 61 feet 1 19 6 47 16 Sa. 4 37 7 16 14 39 5 35 4 24 6 7 feet 1 49 7 31 17 SU. 4 36 7 17 14 41 5 37 425 73 8 l’d 2 18 8 15 18 Mo. 4 35 7 18 14 43 5 39 426 81 8h'd 2 47 90 19 Tu. 4 34 7 19 14 45 5 41 427 98 9h'd 3 17 9 47 20 W. ,4 33 7 20 14 47 5 43 4/28 10 10j n'k 3 49 10 37 21 Th. 4 3217 21 14 49 5 45 | 4/29 10 11 | nok sets. (11 29 22 Fr. 4 32 7 22 14 50 15 46 | 4 0 11112 arm 7 48 O 24 23 Sa. 4 31 7 23 14 52 5 48 3 1

arm 8 54 1 23 124 SU.4 30 7 24 14 545 50 3 2 11 br. 9 54 2 22 25 Mo. 4 29 17 24 14 55 5 51 3 3 1 2 br.- 10 48 3 22 26 Tu. 4 28 7 25 14 575 53 3 4 21 3 h'rt1: 35 4 20 27 W. 4 28 7 26 14 58 5 54 3 5

4 h'rt morn.

5 17 28 Th. 4 28 7 27 14 59 5 55 3 6 5 bel. O 17 6 10 29 Fr. 4 27 17 28 15 15 57 3 7 6 bel. 0 54 7 2

30 Sa. 4 26 7 29 15 3 5 59 3 8 67 7 rei. 1 28 7 51

MAY hath 31 days.

1868.

Violet, violet, sparkling with dew,
Down in the meadow-land wild, where you grew,
How did you come by the beautiful blue,

With which your soft petals unfold?

D. M.

D. W.

Jamaica, 1495.

? 1821.

6 W.

Gen. Lee surrendered,

1865.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 Fr. May Day, the celebration of
which should be pat off.

Finel SPRING to it, boys. Plenty of 2 Sa. 16 Š W. St.Phil.&St.James. work now. There's the ploughing 3 D. 3d Su. af. Easter. weather not finished yet, and the seed is to

go in soon. That manure ought 4 Mo. 33d, Columbus discovered

for to be forked over and worked up 5 Tu. Napoleon died, at St. Helena,

some well. Those trees in the orchard Conn. Leg. meets. Humboldt, the dis- there ought to be dug around and

tinguished naturalist, d., aged 89, 1859. 7 Th. gr. elong. E.

trimmed a little ; and how about

6 hc. 8 Fr. The Am, Bible Society [High ti. ing to let them spin away and

those caterpillars ? Are you go9 Sa.

days. build right under your eyes, when 10 D. 4th Sun. af. E. (runs low. it is so easy to stop them? It 11 Mo. Treaty of London between the Powers won't pay, and now's the time to

of Europe as to Luxembourg, 1867. 12 Tu, 13th. Dark day in New

be up and at 'em. The more cat

Look
England, 1830.

erpillars you raise, you know, the 13 W. 1 in 8. ( in Apogee. less apples. Corn may go in by 14|Th... 8 9 sup. out for late the middle of the month, but now 15 Fr. 16 W.L.ti. Maximilian capta is the time for mangolds. Put 16 Sa. Mrs. Hemans, the Mexico, 1887.

them in stiff, rich land, well tilled, poetess, died, aged 40, 1830. and well manured, and you'll get 17) D. Rogation Sunday. 646. a crop that will astonish the neigh18 Mo. 8 in Per. 6 V(. frosts. bors. I know a man who raised, 19 Tu. 60

Nath'! Hawthorne died, last year, over seventy-three tons 20 W. Thomas Austin, of Northfield, N. H., to the acre. Just think of it.

died, aged 100 years 9 mos., 1867. 21 Th. Ascension Day. High

Compare it with three tons of hay

for feeding stock in spring. Did 22 Fr. 6 $ C. Pia nigheang minh , do you know that you may keep store 23 Sa. 8 h O. High ti. winds. hogs on raw mangolds alone from 24 D. S.af.Ascen. Ő C. (r.h. November to March, and bring 25 Mo. 68.C. (in Per.5 24th. Sir Ar. them through in first-rate condi

Alison, the tion? I tell you it's worth think26 Tu. Kirby Smith sur. last of

Conf. forces,'65. R.I.Leg.m'to at Newp: ing about. Say what you will 27|W. odied, a.ch Showers, followed about those root crops, they do 28 Th. 8 gr. hel. lat. N." by fine help out a stock of cattle wonder29 Fr. Low tides. { Wisconsin admitted, fully, and I like to see them go 30 Sa. S Joan of Arc burned,

weather.

into pasture in good condition.

It shows thrift and good farming, 31 D. Pentecost. Whitsunday. and that's what pays nowadays.

1431.

1868.

JUNE, Sixth Month.

m.

O's Declination.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. (d. m.Days. d.

1 22 N10 7 22 50 13 23 16 19 23 27 25 23
2 22 17 8 22 55 14 23 19 20 23 27 26 23
3 22 25 9 23 0 15 23 21 21 23 27 27 23
4 22 32 10 23 5 16 23 23 22 23 27 28 23

22 38 11 23 9 17 23 25 23 23 26 29 23
6 22 44 12 23 12 18 23 26 24 123 25 30 23

23 21 18 15 12 8

O Full Moon, 5th day, 2h. 11m., morning.
( Last Quarter, 13th day, 5h. 29mi, morning.

New Moon, 20th day, 10h. 1m., morning.
) First Quarter, 27th day, 1h, 6m., morning.

D's

Days of

Days of the Week.

Full Sea,

Boston.
Morn. Even

h. h.

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Place.

Rises. Sets. lh. m. Th. m.

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D of Days. Incre. h.

A. 1 Mo. 4 25 7 30 15 516 11 2 10 81 8frei. 2 321 9 28 2 Tu. 4 25 7 31 (15 6 6 2 2 11 91 92 sec. 3 4 10 17 3 W. 4 25 7 32 15 7 6 3 2 12 10 10 sec.

3 38 11 6 4 Th. 4 24 7 32 15 8 6 4 2 13 104 11 thị. 4 15 11 56 5 Fr. 4 21 17 33 15 9 6 5 2011; 12 thi. rises. morn. 6 Sa. 4 23 7 34 15 11 6 7 2 15

8 41 0 46 7 SU.4 23 7 34 115 116 71 116

1 kn.

9 27 1 35 8 Mo. 4 23 7 35 15 12 6 8 1 17 11 13 kn. 10 9 2 24

9 Tu. 4 23 7 35 15 12 6 8 118 2 27 legs 10 46 3 11 10 W. 4 22 7 36 15 14 6 10 1 19 2 3 legs 11 19 3 57 11 Th. 4 22 7 36 15 14 6 10 1 20 31 31 feet 11 50 4 42 12 Fr. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 021 41 41 feet morn. 5 26 13 Sa. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 0 22 5.4 feet 0 19 6 9 14 SU. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 S. 23

0 48 6 53 15 Mo. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 0 24

1 16 7 38 16 Tu. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 025 8 n'k 1 46 8 25 17 W. 4 22 7 39 15 17 6 13 1 26

819 n'k 2 20 9 16 18 Th. 4 23 7 39 15 17 6 13 1 27 9410 arm 2 59 10 9 19 Fr. 4 23 7 40 15 176 13 1|28 103 104 arm 3 42 11 6 20 Sa. 4 23 7 40 15 17 6 13 1 0 114 11 br. sets. 07 21 SU.4 23 7 40 15 17 6 13 2 1

1 br. 8 40 1 8 22 Mo. 4 23 7 40 15 17 Dec. 2 2

* 1 h'rt 9 31 2 9 23 Tu. 4 24 7 40 15 16 0 1 2 3 14 2 h'rt 10 16 3 9 24 W. 4 24 7 40 15 16 0 1 2 4 21 23 bel. 10 56 4 5 25 Th. 4 24 7 40 15 16 0 1 2 5 31 32 bel. 11 32 4 58 26 Fr. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 2 3 6 4 41 bel. moró.

5 49 27 Sa. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 2 3 7 5

(4) 6 38 28 SU.4 25 7 40 15 15 0 2 3 81 6 67 rei. 0 35 7 27 29 Mo. 4 26 7 40 15 14 0 3 3 91 7 71 sec. 1 6 8 15

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Bright is the world with the sun's warm rays,

Clear is the dew on the soft green sod,
The rose tree blooms, while the birds sing praise,

And earth gives glory to Nature's God.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Mo. National Fast on account of the death

THE oftener you can stir the of President Lincoln, 1865. 2 Tu. Donati's comet appeared, 1858. Now soil among the growing crops this 3 W. 6h (. { earthquake in N.E.,1744. weeds, which now shoot up rap

ŞN. A. Leg. meets. Great month the better. It destroys the 4 Th. Battle of Magenta, 1859.

some idly; it loosens the surface, and 5 Fr. National flag raised again at Galveston, prevents any injury from drought; 6 Sa. High tides.

dull it promotes the growth of plants 7 D. Trinity Sun. (ruus low. in various ways. Therefore start

up the horse cultivator. You will 8 Mo. 6 $

weather

find that it saves a great deal of 9 Tu. at greatest brilliancy. hand labor. Sow plenty of corn 10 W. ( in Apogee. may be for fodder in drills.

It is a great 11 Th. St. Barna's. {Embout Boston, 1862. days of August and early in Sep

ŞFrost in low grounds convenience in the dry and hot 12 Fr. Is Way Tyler's insurrection, expected. tember, and it has the advantage 13 Sa.

Pleasant for a that in case it is not all needed it 14 D. 1st S. af. T. 64 (. L. ti. may be cured and used in winter. 15 Mo. 6 W (.{GeoMephington Pos.com. Of all our fodder, or soiling plants,

Indian corn is the best and most 16 Tu. 8 gr. elong. E. few 17 W.68 (

Battle of Bunker’Hin, productive, and the farmer who

neglects to sow an acre or two has 18 Th. Battle of Waterloo, 1816. days. not got his eyes open to modern 19 Fr. 20th. Victoria proclaimed queen, 1837.

improvements. Ruta-bågas may 20 Sa. O ent

.. Sum. beg. H. ti. go in as late as the 20th of the 21 D. 20 Sun.af. Tr. ( ru. high. fill up vacant patches with them,

month, or even later. You may 22 Mo. 6 $ (.69 C. (in Per. and the spots where the early peas 23 Tu.. stationary. Hot for grew. If you have a piece of oats 24 W. St. John Baptist. the to be cut green and cured for fod

der, you may plough up the stub25 Th. { Battle of Bannockburn

ble, harrow, sow on a heavy dress26 Fr. Sir Walter Raleigh visited Virginia, 1607. ing of superphosphate and plaster, 27 Sa. Camelia veti oma ei enti no Maryland and raise a capital crop of ruta28 D. 30 Sun. af. Trin. Low ti. bagas, that will fill up the cart, 29 Mo. St. Peter.

and the cellar too, in the month Very

of November, to an extent beyond 30 Tu. 8 stationary. warm. calculation. Nothing like a good

supply of roots.

{ $1775.

season.

1868.

JULY, Seventh Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days.\d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d.
1 23N. 4 7 22 31 13 21

19 20 44 25 19
23 0 8 22 2+ 14 21 35 20 20 32 26 19
22 55 9 22 17 15 21 25 21 20 21 27 19
22 50 10 22 9 16 21 15 22 20 9 28 18
22 44 11 22 1 17 21

23 1956 29 18 6 22 38 12 21 53 18 20 55 24 19 44 30 18

O's Declination.

m. 31 17

4 50 36 21

O Full Moon, 4th day, 3h. 55m., evening,
( Last Quarter, 12th day, 7h. 56m., evening.
• New Moon, 19th day, 5h. 12m., evening.

First Quarter, 26th day, 9h. 7m., morning.

Days of

the 5 Days of

Week.

Full Sea,

Boston.
Morn Even

h. h.

Length of Days. h. m.

Rises. 1 Sets. h. m.|. m.

Place.

R.

h.

S. Soutbs.

h. m.

Day's OD

D's! D
Decre.

S.
h.

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m. 1|W. 4 27 17 40 15 13 0 41 411 8 | 94 thi. .2 16 9 52 2 Th. 4 277 40 | 15 13 | 0 4 4 12 98|10| thi. 2 56 10 41 3 Fr. 4 28 7 40 15 120 5 4 13 103 104 thi. 3 38 11 30 4 Sa. 4 28 7 40 15 12 0 5 40111 111 kn. rises. morn. 5 SU.4 29 7 39 15 10 0 7 4 15 12 kn. | 8 8 0 19 6 Mo. 4 29 7 39 15 10 0 7 516 1 legs 8 46 1 7 7 Tu. 4 30 7 39 15 90 8 5 17 1 17 legs 9 21 1 53 8 W. 4 31 7 38 15 71 0 10 518 14 2 legs 9 53 2 38

9 Th. 4 32 17 38 15 6 0 11 5 19 21 23 feet 10 23 3 22 10 Fr. 4 33 7 37 15 4 0 13 5 2013 31 feet 10 51 4 6 11 Sa. 4 33 17 37 15 4 0 13 5 21 34 4 h'd 11 18 4 49 12 SU. 4 347 36 15 20 15 5 22 41 41 h'd (11 47 5 32 13| Mọ. 04 3517 36 |15 1| 0 16| 5|23| 5 51 n'k morn. 6 17 14 Tu. 4 367 35 14 59 0 18 6 24 6 6. n'k 0 181 7 5 15 W. 4 367 34 14 58 0 19 6 25 7

0 53 7 55 16 Th. 4 377 34 14 571 0 20 6 26 8 84 arm 1 33 8 50 17 Fr. 4 38 7 33 14 55 0 22 627 9 91 arm 2 20 9 48 18 Sa: 4 397 32 14 53 0 24 6 28 10 104 br. 3 15 10 48 19 SU. 4 407 32 14 52 0 25 60 11 114 br. sets. 11 51 20 Mo. 4 41 7 31 14 50 0 27 6 112 hårt 8 8 0 52 21 Tu. 4 42 7 30 14 48 0.29 6 2

h'rt 8 51 1 52 22 W. 4 43 7 29 14 46 0 31 6 3 11 11 bel. 9 30 2 49 23 Th. 4 44 7 28 14 44 0 33 6 4 2 21 bel. 10 5 3 42 24 Fr. 4 44 7 28 14 44 0 33 6 5 28 31 rei. 10 38 4 34 25 Sa. 4 45 7 27 14 42 0 35 6 6 31 4 rei. 11 10 5 23 26 SU.4 46 7 26 14 40 0.37 6 7

sec. 11 43 6 12 27 Mo. 4 47 7 25 14 38 0 39 6 8

7 1 28 Tu. 4 48 7 23 14 35 0 42 6 9 7 | thi. | 0 17 7 49 29 W. 4 49 7 22 14 33 0 44 610 71 8 thi. 0 55 8 38 30 Th. 4 50 7 21 14 31 0 461 611| 84 8ả thi. 1 37 9 27

71 n'k

sec. morn.

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