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COMMENCEMENTS, ANNIVERSARIES, AND VACATIONS OF COLLEGES AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS IN NEW ENGLAND.

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECH- WESLEYAN, AT MIDDLETOWN, CONN. NOLOGY, BOSTON. – Acad. year from 1st Com., 3d Thurs. of July. Vaca., 8 w. Mon, in Oct. to 1st of June.

from Com., and 2 w. from the 18th of Dec., HARVARD, AT CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and 3 w, from the 18th of March. Com., 3d Wed, July. Acad. year of 40 w. UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, AND STATE ends at Com., and consists of two terms, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, AT BURLING20 w, each, separated by 6 w. vaca. TON.-Com., 1st Thurs. in Aug. Vaca.,

CAMBRIDGE Theo. SEM., AT CAM. Com. 4 w.; lst Wed. in Dec. 8 w., and 1w. BRIDGE, MAss. – Vaca., same as Harvard from 2d Wed. in May. College.

MIDDLEBURY, AT MIDDLEBURY, Vr. DANE LAW SCHOOL, AT CAMBRIDGE, -Com., Thurs, follow'g 2d Wed. in Aug. Mass. – Vaca., same as Harvard College. Vaca., 4 w.; also 8 w. from last Wed. in

Tufts COLLEGE, MEDFORD, MA89. — Nov.; and from last Tues. in April, 2 w. College year divided into two terms, of 20 DARTMOUTH, AT HANOVER, N. H. w. each, and two vaca, of 6 w, each. The Com., last Thurs. but one of July. Vac., year is reckoned from Com., 2d Wed. in 6 w. from Com.; 6 w. from Nov. 29; 2 w. (July, which is followed by lst vaca. from April 18.

AMHERST, AT AMHERST, Mass.- BROWN, AT PROVIDENCE, R. I, - Com., Com., 20 Thurs. July. Vaca., 6 w. from 1st Wed. in Sept. 1st rocess, Thanksgiv.

Thanksgiving; 7 w. from Com.; Recess ing week; 20 do., last w. in April. Vaca., 1 w. from 1st Wed. in April.

3d Thurs. in Jan. to 20 Friday in Feb.; WILLIAMS, AT WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. 1st Wed. in July to Com. -Com., last Wed. in July: Vaca., 5 w. Bowdown, AT BRUNSWICK, ME.-Com., after Com.; from 4th Tues, in Nov., 6 w.; 1st Wed. in Aug. Vaca., at Com., 3w.; 3d Tues, in Apr., 2 w.

from last Wed. in Nov., 8 W.; from 30 ANDOVER THEO. SEM., AT ANDOVER, Wed. in April, 2 w. Mass. — Anniv. 1st Thurs. in Aug. Vaca., COLBY UNIVERSITY, AT WATERVILLE, 6 w., and 6 w.preceding 1st Thurs.in May. ME. - Com., 2d Wed. in Ang. Vaca.,

NEWTON THEO. INST., AT NEWTON at Com., 4 w.; from 2d w. in Dec. 8 w.; CENTRE, Mass. – Anniv., last Wed. in from 1st Wed. in May, 1 w. June. Vaca., from anniv. to Fri. after 1st MAINE WESLEYAN SEM. AND FEMALE Wed. in Sept., and also 3 w. from lastCOLLEGE, AT KENT'S HILL. Three Wed. in Jan.

terms of 13 w. each, Fall term com. 2d Wed. YALE, AT NEW HAVEN, CONN.-Com., in Aug. Winter term, last Mon. in Nov. last Thurs. but one in July. Vaca., 8 w. Spring term, 2d Mon. in March. from Com.; 2 w. before 1st Wed. in Jan., BANGOR THEO. SEM., AT BANGOR, ME. and 2 w. before last Wed. in April, when -Anni.,last Wed.in July. Vac.,fr.do.,12 w. the terms commence.

NORWICH UNIVERSITY, AT NORWICH. TRINITY, AT HARTFORD, CONN.- Vr. - Com., 4th Thurs. in June. Fall Com., Thurs, before July 4th.' Vac., 9 w. term, 16 w.; vaca., 2 w. from Thurs. bef. from Com.; 4 w. from Thurs. before Christmas. Winter term, 16 w. fol. by Christmas.

1 w. vaca. Summer term, 8 w.

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EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (JUNE, 1867). ANDREW JOHNSON, Tenn., Pres., $25,000 Hugh McCulloch, Pa., Sec. Treas., $8,000 Wm. H. Seward, N. Y., Sec. State, 8,000 Orville H. Browning, Ill.,“ Inte., 8,000 Gideon Welles, Conn., “ Navy, 8,000 A. W. Randall, Wis., Post. Gen., 8,000 Edw. M. Stanton, Pa., War, 8,000 Henry Stansbury, Ohio, Atty 8,000 AMERICAN PRESIDENTS.

Age when Where Born. Date of Birth. Term of Office. term expired. Died. Geo. Washington, Va., Feb, 22, 1732, 1789 to 1797, 66, Dec, 14, 1799. John Adams, Oct. 19, 1735, 1797 to 1801,

July 4, 1826. Thomas Jefferson, Va., Apr. 2, 1743, 1801 to 1809,

July 4, 1826. James Madison, Mar. 5, 1751, 1809 to 1817,

June 28, 1836. James Monroe, Apr. 2, 1759, 1817 to 1825,

July 4, 1831. John Q. Adams, Mass., July 11, 1767, 1825 to 1829,

Feb. 23, 1848. Andrew Jackson,

8. C.,
Mar. 15, 1767, 1829 to 1837,

70,

June 8, 1845. Martin Van Buren, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1782, 1837 to 1841, 59,

July 24, 1862. Wm. H. Harrison, Feb. 9, 1772, 1841

69,

Apr. 4, 1841. John Tyler,

Mar. 29, 1790, 1841 to 1845, 55 Jan. 17, 1862. James K. Polk, N. C., Nov. 2, 1795, 1845 to 1849,

54, June 15, 1849. Zachary Taylor,

Va.,
Nov. 24, 1784, 1849 to 1850,

65,

July 9, 1890. Millard Fillmore, N. Y., jan. 7, 1800, 1850 to 1853,

53, Franklin Pierce, N. H., Nov. 23, 1804, 1853 to 1857, 53, James Buchanan, Penn.,

Apr. 13, 1791, 1857 to 1861, 69, Abraham Lincoln,

Feb. 12, 1809, 1861 to 1865, 66, April 16, 1865. Andrew Johnson, N. C.,

Dec. 29, 1808, 1865 The population of Massachusetts may be very nearly expressed by the first seven

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETINGS IN

MASSACHUSETTS. Essex, at Ipswich, on the 2d Tues. of HAMPDEN, at Springfield, on the 2d April; at Salem, on the 2d Tues. of July; Tues. of April, the 1st Tues. of Oct., and at Newburyport, on the 2d Tues. of Oct.; the 4th Tues. of June and Dec. and at Lawrence, on the last Tues. of Aug.; and on the 4th Tues. of Dec., at of Jan., April, July, and Sept.

BERKSHIRE, at Lenox, on the 1st Tues.
Ipswich, Salem, or Newburyport, as they
shall order at their next preceding term.

NORFOLK, at Dedham, on the 3d Tues.
MIDDLESEX, at Cambridge, on the 1st of April, the 4th Tues. of June and Sept.,
Tues. of Jan., and the 1st Tues. of June; and the last Wed. of Dec.
and at Lowell, on the 1st Tues. of Sept. PLYMOUTH, at Plymouth, on the 18t

WORCESTER, at Worcester, on the 4th Tues. of Jan., the 3d Tues. of March,
Tues. of March, the 3d Tues. of June, and the 1st Tues. of Aug.
the 2d Tues. of Sept., and the 4th Tues.

BRISTOL, at Taunton, on the 4th Tues. of Dec.

of March and Sept. HAMPSHIRR, at Northampton, on the 1st Tues. of March, Sept., and Dec., and on

BARNSTABLE, at Barnstable, on the 2d the Tues, next after the 2d Mon. of June.

Tues. of April and Oct.
FRANKLIN, at Greenfield, on the 1st Dukes COUNTY, at Edgartown, on the
Tues. of March and Sept., and the 2d Wed. next after the 3d Mon. of May, and
Tues, of June and Dec.

the Wed. next after the 2d Mon. of Oct.

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REGISTERS IN BANKRUPTCY IN NEW ENGLAND.
MAINE.

4th District, S. L. Thorndike, Esq.,
1st District, Gen. J. D. Fessenden, Boston.
Portland.

5th District, 2d District, Hon. Seth May, Lewiston, 6th District, E. J. Sherman, Esq., LawAndroscoggin County.

rence, Essex County. 3d District, 8. 8. Marble, Esq., Wal- 7th District, A. F. Jewett, Esq., Lowdoborough, Lincoln County.

ell, Middlesex County. 4th District, Charles. Hamlin, Esq., 8th District, Peter C. Bacon, Esq., Bangor.

Worcester. 5th District, Peter Thacher, Esq., 9th District, I. F. Conkey, Esq., AmRockland, Knox County.

herst, Hampshire County.

10th District, Joseph Tucker, Esq., NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1st District, Thomas E. Sawyer,

Dover. Lenox, Berkshire County. 2d District, Aaron W. Sawyer, Nashua.

RHODE ISLAND, 3d District, William H. H. Allen, New- 1st District, James M. Clarke, Proviport.

dence. VERMONT.

2d District, Wm. W. Hoppin, Provi1st District, A. P. Lyman, Bennington. dence. 2d District, Abel Under wood, Wells

CONNECTICUT. River.

1st District, John Hooker, Esq., Hart3d District, John P. Sartle, Barton. ford. MASSACHUSETTS.

2d District, E. K. Foster, Esq., New 1st District, A. 8. Cushman, Esq., New Haven. Bedford, Bristol County.

3d District, Robert Coit, Jr., Esq., New 2d District, Samuel B, Noyes, Esq., London, Canton, Norfolk County.

4th District, William K. Seely, Esq., 3d District, Wm. Rogers, Esq., Boston. I Bridgeport, Fairfield County. MEETINGS OF FRIENDS IN NEW ENGLAND.

Yearly, beginning with select, 7th day 5th d., 4th and 12th mo., N. Bedford; 1st after 2d 6th day, 6th mo., 9th hour, morn., 5th d., 7th mo., Falmouth; 1st 5th d., 10th at Newport, R. I. Public for worship, 18t mo., Sandwich. Falmouth : 5th d. before day following, at Newport and Ports- 1st 6th d. in mo., at Windham, 2d and 9th mouth, 10th hour, morn., and 4th, after- mo.; Westbrook, 6th; Durham, 11th. noon. For business, at Newport, 2d day, Smithfield: 2d 5th d., 8th mo., Bolton; 2d 9th hour.

5th d., 11th mo., Smithfield; 2d 5th d., This yearly meeting comprises the 2d mo., Worcester; 2d 5th d., 5th mo., quarterly meetings of Ř. Island, Salem, Northbridge. Vassalboro': 2d 6th d., 1st Sandwich, Falmouth, Smithfield, Vassal- and 9th mo., Vassalboro'; 5th and 1lth boro', Dover, and Fairfield, held as fol- mo., East Vassalboro'. Dover, N. H.: 4th lows:-R.Island : 1st 5th d., 8th mo., New- 5th d. of the mo.; Dover, 4th ; North Berport; 1st 5th d., 11th mo., Somerset; let wick, 8th; Sandwich, 10th; Rochester, 5th d., 2d mo., Providence; 1st 5th d., 5th 18t. Fairfield : Hallowell, 4th d. before mo., East Greenwich. Salem : 4th 5th 2d 6th d., 2d and 9th mo.; Fairfield, 4th d., 5th mo., Amesbury; 3d 5th d., 8th d. before last 6th d. of 5th mo., and 4th d. mo., Lynn; 3d 5th d., 10th mo., Weare; before 2d 6th d. of 11th mo.- (Corrected 3d 5th d., 1st mo., Salem. Sandwich : 1st | 1867.)

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JANUARY, First Month.

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O's Declination.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Dys. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d.

1 23 S. 2 7 22 • 24 13 21 31 19 20 23 25 19
2 22 57 8 22 16 14 21 20 20 20 10 26 18
3 22 51 9 22 8 15 21 10 21 1957 27 18
4 22 45 10 21 59 16 20 59 22 19 43 28 18
5 22 38 11 21 50 17 20 47 23 19 29 29 17
22 32 12 21 41 18 20 35 24

15 30 17

1 46 30 15 59 43

First Quarter, 2d day, 11h. 18m., evening.
O Full Moon, 9th day, 6h. 9m., evening.
( Last Quarter, 16th day, Oh. 20m., evening.

New Moon, 24th day, 2h. 34m., evening.

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ratified, 1784.

though better time than now! Let us 15 W. Forening hours in North Carolina, fine straighten out these accounts in 16 Th.

the first place. Some folks keep for the season.

putting off. They will never be 17 Fr. 68 7. L. ti. Ginat Eng. tom. ready. It is no easy task for them 18 Sa. Daniel Webster born, Very cold. to look into their own business. 19 E. 2d Sun. af. Epiph. hc. They had rather do anything else, 20 Mo. 319th. The famous cola Friday in 1810. but after all it is the true way to be21 Tu. Great snow storm in New Signs of

gin. Keep square with the world

as far as you can, but know how 22 W. ( runs low. snow or you stand, any way. You know 23 Th. 6 X o Sup. (in Apogee. the old adage, “ If you don't look 24 Fr. 16 ( 6 8 c. rain. closely into your own affairs your 25 Sa. Conv.St.Paul. High tides. Have you not a few spare mo

creditors will do it for you." 26 E. 3d Sunday af. Epiphany.ments, now and then, to read a 27 Mo. 69(. 64 ( 8 gr. hel. little, and plan out the work for 28 Tu. Kansas admitted, 1861. [lat. S. the season? The care of cattle 29 W. Now look out for a and the wood-pile seem to take

some time, but spare a little for 30 Th.6 c. 694. thaw. improvement; it will tell on the 31 Fr. Amend. to Const. prohibiting slavery

results of the year.

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passed U. S. House of Reps., 1865.

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1868. FEBRUARY, Second Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. ld. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.

1 178. 9 7 15 22 13 13 25 19 11 21 25 9 10
2 16 52 8 15 3 14 13 5 20 10 59 26 8 47

16 35 9 14 44 15 12 44 21 10 38 27 8 25

16 17 10 14 25 16 12 24 22 10 16 28 8 2 5 15 59 11 14 5 17 12 3 23 9 541 29 7 39

15 40 12 13 45 18 11 42 24 9 32

O's Declination.

) First Quarter, 1st day, 1h. 32m., evening.

Full Moon, 8th day, 4h. 51m., morning.
( Last Quarter, 15th day, 4h. 33m., morning.
New Moon, 23d day, 9h. 36m., morning.
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9 SU.7 65 24 10 181 14 14 16 3 bel. 7 14 0 59 10 Mo. 7 45 25 10 211 17 14 17 14 bel. 8 26 1 55 11 Tu. 7 3 5 27 10 241 20 14 18 13 2 rei. 9 351 2 48 12W. 17 2 5 28 10 261 22 14 19 21 23 rei. 10 41 3 39 13 Th. 17 05 29 10 29 1 25 14 20 31 32 sec. 11 45 4 28 14 Fr. 16 58 5 31 10 33 1 29 14 21 4 43 sec. morn.

5 16 15 Sa. 6 58 5 32 10 34 1 30 14 22 49 51 thi. 0 46 6 4 16| SU.46 565 33 10 371 33 14 123 | 5g| 6 | thi. | 1 441 6 52 17 Mo. 6 55 5 34 10 39 1 35 14 24 74| thi. 1 2 391 7 39 18 Tu. 16 54 5 36 10 42 1 38 14 25 787 kn. 3 30 8 27 19 W. 6 52 5 37 10 45 1 41 14 26 81 9 kn. 4 17 9 14 20 Th. 6 515 38 10 47 1 43 14 27 97 98 legs 5 0 10 1 21 Fr. 16 49 5 39 10 50 1 46 14 28 104 104 legs 5 39 10 48 22 Sa. 16 48 5 41 10 53 1 49 14 29 11 114 legs 6 14 11 33 23 SU. 6 465 4210 56 1 52 14 O 113 114 feet sets. 0 18 24 Mo. 6 45 5 45 10 58 1 54 13 1

feet 6 561 1 3 25 Tu. 6 43 5 44 11 11 57 13 2 } 1 h'd 7 56 1 47 26 W. 16 42 5 46 11 4 2 0 13 3 17 13 h'd 8 57 2 32 27|Th. 16 405 47 11 7 2 3 13 | 4 | 18| 26/hod 9 59 3 18 28 Fr. 6 38 5 48 11 102 6 13 5 21 24 n'k 11 2 4 6 29 Sa. 16 37 5 49 11 12 28 13 | 6| 31 33 n’k morn. | 4 57 VENUS will be evening star until July 16th; then morning star the rest of the year. JUPITER will be evening star until March 10th; then morning star till Oct. 1st;

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