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FOR THE YOUNG. Published by LEE & SHEPARD, Boston. Oliver Optic's Books. New Juvenile Books. (In Sets or Separate.)
Dotty Dimple Stories. Lake Shore Series.
By SOPHIE MAY, author of " Little PruSix vols. Illustrated. Per vol., $1.25 dy." Comp. in 6 vols. Illust. Per vol., $1.7 Through by Daylight. Lightning Express.
Dotty Dimple at her Grandmother's.
Dotty Dimple at Home.
Dotty Diniple out West,
Dotty Dimple at Play. Young America Abroad Series.
Dotty Dimple at School. A Library of Travel and Adventure in
Dotty Dimple's Flyaway. Foreign Lands. 16mo. Illust. Per vol., 1.50 Little Prudy Stories. Outward Bound. Dikes and Ditches.
By SOPHIE MAY. Complete in 6 vol. Shamrock 4: Thistle. Palace and Cottage. Red Crosa. Down the Rhine.
Illust. In a neat box. Per vol.,
Little Prudy. Army and Navy Stories.
Little Prudy's Sister Susy. A Library for Young and old. In six
Little Prudy's Captain Horace.
1.50 Vols. 16mo. Hlust. Per vol.,
Little Prudy's Cousin Grace. The Soldier Boy. The Yankee Middy.
Little Prudy's Story-Book.
Little Prudy's Dotty Dimple. The Sailor Boy. Fighting Joe.
Young Lieutenant. Brave Old Salt. The Helping Hand Series. The Starry. Flag Series.
By MAY MANNERING. Complete in 6 Six vols. Ilust. Per vol.,
vols. Illust. Per vol., The Starry Flag. Freaks of Fortune.
Climbing the Rope. Breaking Away. Make or Break.
Billy Grimes's Favorite.
The Cruise of the Dashaway. Seek and Find. Down the River.
The Little Spaniurd. Woodville stories.
Salt Water Dick. Uniform with Library for Young People.
Little Maid of Oxbow, Six vols. 16mo. Illust. Per vol.,
1.25 Elm Island stories. Rich and Humble. IVork and Trin.
By Rev. ELIJAH KELLOGG, author of In School and Out. Hope anul Have.
* Good Old Times," &c., &c. To be Watch and wait. Haste and Waste.
comp. in 6 vols. 16mo. Ilust. Per vol., Famous “Boat-Club' Series.
Lion Ben of Elm Island.
Charley Bell, of Elm Island. Library for Young People. Hand
The Ark of Elm Island, somely Illustrated. Six vols., in neat
The Boy Farmers of Elm Island. box. Per vol.,
(Others in preparation.)
Charley Roberts Series.
By Miss LOUISE M. THURSTOX. To be Riverdale Stories.
comp. in 6 vols. In neat box. Per vol., 1.
How Charley Roberts became a Man. Twelve vols., profusely illustrated from
How Era Roberts gained her Education new designs by Billings. In neat box.
Home in the West. Cloth. Per vol.
.45 The Frontier Series. Little Merchant. Proud and Lazy.
Four vols. Illust. Neat box. Per set,
Planting the Wilderness.
The Cabin on the Prairie.
Twelve Nights in the Hunter's Camp.
A Thousand Miles' walk across South Birthday Party. The Do-Somethings.
America. Our Standard-Bearer,
The Proverb Series. Or the life of General Ulysses S. Grant:
By Mrs. M. E. BRADLEY and Miss His Youth, his Manhood, his Cam
KATE J. NEELY. Comp. in 6 vols. In paigns, and his eminent Services in tho
neat box. Illust. Per vol., . Reconstruction of the Nation his Sword
Birds of a Feather. has redeemed. Illustrated by Thomas
Fine Feathers do not make Fine Birds. Nast. 16mo. Cloth.
1.50 Handsome Is that Handsome Does.
Actions speak louder than words. By W. T. ADAMS (Oliver Optic), 12mo. 2.00 One Good Turn deserves Another.
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OLIVER OPTIC'S MAGAZINE
“OUR BOYS AND GIRLS," Edited by OLIVER OPTE publication, and who contributes to each number, is the cheapest, handsomest, ani best juvenile magazine published in America. Original Matter, new Storiese handsome Illustrations, Dialogues and Declamations, Puzzles, Rebuses, &c., make it a magazine that will be a welcome guest in every family.
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(OLD) FARMER'S ALMANACK, CALCULATED ON A NEW AND IMPROVED PLAN,
FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD
Being second after BISSEXTILE or LEAP Year, and (until July €) 31th
of Americar ludependence. FITTED FOR Bosten, BUT WELL ANSWER FOR ALL THE NEW ENGLAND STATES. Containing, besides
the large number of Astronomical Calcalations, and the Farmer's Calendar for every month in
the year, a variety of
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Still the green soil with joyous, living things
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TO PATRONS AND CORRESPONDENTS. Again old Father Time brings round the year, and with ii the "Old Farmers' Almanac." We have to thank our friends for their continued favor, and to express our hope that we may continue to descrve it. It is our aim to make the Almanac accurate and trustworthy, but errors creep into all books, and ours may not be estirely free from them. We shall be greatly obliged to any of our friends if they will inform us of any inaccuracy, however slight, in any part of the Almanac. The tides are given on the quarter hour nearest the actual time, as in the last few years.
The times of meeting of the County Commissioners are given by themselves, as a matter of convenience, on page 5, where is also, a list of Registers in Bankruptcy, for New England.
Our agricultural articles will be found worthy the attention of all interested in that subject. We commend also to the notice of our New Eagland farmers the article on Birds and Insects, page 44. The schedule of Stamp Duties, on pages 42 and 43, and the table of Post Office Regulations, on page 48, will be useful for reference.
The list of Colleges and Professional Schools, on page 4, has been made more complete, and the Normal Schools have been added.
Any one having a perfect copy of the Almanac for 1793, 1705, or 1807, will find a purchaser by addressing the publishers.
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EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (SEPT., 1869).
July 4, 1826.
July 4, 1926.
June 28, 1836.
July 4, 1831.
Feb. 23, 1848.
July 24, 1862.
Apr. 4, 1311.
Mar. 29, 1790, 1841 to 1845, 54, Jan. 17, 1862.
June 15, 1849.
Va., Nov. 24, 1784, 1849 to 1850, 65, July 9, 1950. Millard Fillmore,
Jan. 7, 1800, 1850 to 1853, 53,
Nov. 23, 1804, 1853 to 1857, 52,
Apr. 22, 1791, 1857 to 1867, 69, June 1, 1388.
As 1870 is the year when the U. S. census is taken, the following table will be of
1810 17,069,453 1810 7,239,814
1850 • 23,191,8-6
ECLIPSES, &c., FOR 1870.
of Australia, and in New Zealand.
Europe. At Boston, the Moon will rise in the Pnumbra, and the Moon
leaves the Penumbra 12 d. 8h. 39 m. P. M. V.-A P'ARTIAL ECLIPSE, OF THE SUN, July 28th, visible in the north-eastern
part of Asia, and the northwestern part of North America. VI. - A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, December 230, visible in Europe, the west
ern part of Asia, and the northern part of Africa.
CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1870.
Julian Period, 3
MOVABLE FEASTS AND FASTS FOR 1870.
27 Easter Sunday, 17 Trinity Sunday, 12 Ash Wednesday, Mar. 2 Low Sunday,
24 Corpus Christi, 16 First Sunday in Lent, 6 Rogation Sunday, May 22 Advent Sunday, Dec. 18 Paim Sunday, April 10 | Holy Thursday, 28
d. h. m.
sets 10 5 56 A. 4 sete 18 11 5t A. h rises 25 2 52 M.
d. prises 5 5 12 M. o rises 12 6 23 M. 24 sets 18 10 25 A. h rises 25 1 7 M.
d. h. ? rises 5 3 48 M. o rises 13 5 11 M. 4 eets 18 9 O A. h rises 44 11 4 A.
rises 13 4 6 M.
rises 19 3 14 M.
4 0 M,
d. h. m.
rises 13 2 25 M.
rises 19 1 50 M. 12 sets 25 1 55 M.
d. h. m. rises 5 2 23 M. orises 13 1 53 M. 4 rises 18 12 0 A. h sets 21 11 49 A.
1 30 M. | rises 18 10 13 A. sets 24 9 49 A. OCTOBER
d. h. m. prises 5 4 38 M.
rises 13 1 5 M.
rises 18 8 20 A. h sets 21
7 59 A. NOVEMBER.
d. h. m. rises 5 5 55 M. orises 13
0 32 M.
rises 12 11 49 A,
NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE PLANETS. O @ The Sun.
h Saturn. (ODO The Moon, 4 Jupiter.
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. pp Aries, head.
5. N Leo, heart.
9. I Sagittarius, thighs. 2. 8 Taurus, neck.
6. IR Virgo, belly.
10. i Capricornus, knees. 3. [ Gemini, arms.
7. Libra, reing.
11. . Aquarius, legs. 4. 5 Caneer, breast.
8. lil Scorpio, secrets. 12. # Pisces, fect.
COLLEGES, PROFESSIONAL AND NORMAL SCHOOLS
IN NEW ENGLAND.
Th, but 1 in Jul. Vac., 8w.fm Com.; 2w.
BOWDOIN, BRUNSWICK, ME. - Com., - Ann. last Th. Jul.; vac. 12 w. fm ann. 24 Wed. July. Vac., 7 w. from Com.; Vr. EPI8. INSTITUTE, BURLINGTON, VT. 0 w. from Wed, before last Th. Nov. - Acad. yr. 44 w.fm 2d Wed. Oct. Spring Vac., 1 w.
THEO. SEM. (Ortho. Cong.) ANDOVER, COLBY UNIVER., WATERVILLE, ME. - Mass. – Anni, 2 w. bef. Ist Th. Aug.: Com., 1sl. Wed. Aug. Vac., fm com., tw.; vac., 8 w, aft. ann., and 4 w. af. last Th. fm 20 w. Dec. 8 w.; fm 1st Wed. May, 1 w. Mch. N. B. This is correct now (Aug.
MAINE WESLEYAN SEM. AND FEMALE 1869), but a change may be made bef. 1870. COLL., KENT'S HILL, ME. - Three terms BosTON THEO, SEM. (Metho.), BosTos. 13 w. each. Com., 2d Mon. Aug.; last - Sem. year beg. Sept. 14; Com. June 8. Mon. Nov.; 2d Mon. March.
EPISCOPAL THEO. SCHOOL AT CAMSTATE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE (AGR.), BRIDGE, MAss.-Year begins 3d Wed, in ORONO, ME. - Sp. term com., Jany. 27; Sept., ends last Wed. in June. clo., Ap. 27, 1 w. vac. Sum. term com., NEWTON THEO. INST., NEWTON CENMay 5; clo., Aug. 3, 3 w.vac. Fall term TRE, Mass. (Bapt.)- Ann., 2d Wed.Jun. com. Aug. 25; clo., Nov. 23, 8 w. vac. Vac fm ann. to Fri. af. 1st Wed. Sep., and
DARTMOUTH, AT HANOVER, N. H. - 1 w. from last Wed. Jan. Com., last Thurs. but one of July. Vac., THEO. SCHOOL, CAMBRIDGE, Mass. 6 w. from Com.: 6 w. from Thanksgiving; (Unitar.) – Terms, same as Harv. Coll. 2 w. from last Thurs. but one in Apl. TUFTS COLLEGE, THEO. School, COL
MIDDLEBURY, MIDDLEBURY, VT.-LEGE HILL (MEDFORD), Mass. (Univ.)Com., Th. aft. 2d Wed. Aug. Vac. 4 w.; 8 School year consists of two terms, 20 w. w.fm last Wed. Nov.; fm last Tu. Ap, 2 w. each, and ends 2d Wed. July.
NORWICH UNIVERSITY, NORTHFIELD, BERKELEY Div. SCHOOL (Epis.), MidVT.-Com., 20 Th. in July, Vac., 7 w. DLETOWN, CONN. – Year beg. 1st Wed. Fall term, 16 w. Vac., 4 w. Spring term, Oct.; ends Jun. Rec. Chris. and Easter. 10 w. Vac., 1 w. Sum, term, 8 w.
THEO. DEPT. YALE COLL., NEW HARIPLEY FEM. COLLEGE, POULTNEY,VT. VEN, CONN. (Ortho. Cong.) – Year beg. - year beg. mid. Sept., con. 42 w., wint. Sept. 15; cont. 8 mos. vaca., 3 w.; sum, vaca. 10 w.
THEO. INNT. OF CT., HARTF'D(Or. Con.) UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, AND STATE -Acad. yr fm 1st Th. Oct. to 2d Wed. Jun. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, AT BURLING
MEDICAL SCHOOLS. TON.-Com., 18t Thurs. in Aug. Vaca.,
MED. Sch. Op ME., BOWDOIN COLL., Com. 4 w.; from Wed. before Thanks- BRUNSWICK, ME. - Beg. Feb. 24, 1sts 16 w. giving, 8 w., and 1w.from 2d Wed. in May.
MED. DEP. DART. COLL., HANOVER, AMHERST, AMHERST, MA88. - - Com., N. H. - Beg. 1st Th. Aug., cont. 3 m. 20 Th. July. Vac., 6 w. fm Thanksgiving;
VT. MED. Sch., BURLINGTON, Vt.7 w. fm com.; recess 1 w. fm Wed. prev. Medical lect. beg. 4h Th. Mch., con. 16w. 1st Th. in April.
N. E. FEMALE MED. COLL., Boston. BOSTON COLLEGE, Boston, MASS.
- Com. 1st Wed. Nov., and con. 17 w. Two sessions, beginning on 1st Mon, of
MED Sch. OF HARV.COLL., Boston.Sept., and 1st Mon. of Feb.
Wint, course beg. ist Wed Nov., lasts liv. COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS, WOR- Sum. ses.com.close wint. course, ends in CESTER, MASS.- Com., last Th. June; 2 ting 21 w. each, begin. Tot Mon. Sept., and Nov., with va.:w.fm mid.Jul. to mid.
DENTAL Sch., Harv. COL., Boston.separated by a recess of 3 days.
Lectures beg. lot Wed. Nov., last 4 mo, HARVARD, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.-Com.,
BOSTON DENTAL COLLEGE. - Com. Tu. bef. last Wed. June. Acad.
about 1st Nov. and cont. about 4 mos. ends at Com., and consists of two tms,
MED, INST. OF YALE COLLEGE, NEW 20 w. each, separated by 4 w. vaca.
HAVEN, CONN.-Course beg. 3d Th. Sept., TUFTS Coil. COLLEGE HILL (Men cont. 17'w.; summer session bey. 2d Wed. FORD), MASS.-Two tms, 20 w. each, and Feb., cont., except recess of iw. in May, 2 vac. 6 w. each. The year beg. at Com., till last Wed, but 2 in July. 20 Wed. July, followed by 1st vac. WILLIAMS, WILLIAMSTOWN,
LAW SCHOOLS. Com., last Th. Jun. Vac., 9 w.af. Com.;
LAW SCHOOL, AT CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 2w. fm Tu. bef. Chr., 2w. fm last Tu. Mch.
-Terms same as Harvard College, BROWN, PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Com., 180
LAW SCHOOL, NEW HAVEN, Conx. Wed. Bept.; 1st rec., Thanksgiving week;
Terms same as Yale Coll., cxc. that 2d do., last w. in Ap. Vac., 38 Th. Jan, to each term beg. Mon. bef. College term. 2d Frid. Feb.; 18t Wed. July to Com.
SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS. TRINITY, HARTFORD, CONN.- Com., CHANDLER SCIEN, DEPT., and N. H. 20 Th. af. July 4th. Vac., 9 w. fm Com.;COLL. OP AGRI, AND THE MECH. ARTS, 4 w. fm Th. bef. Christmas.
DARTMOUTII COLL., HANOVER, N. H.WESLEYAN UNIV. MIDDLETOWN, CT. Terms of both same as Dart. Coll.. ex. that - Com., 3d Th. of Jul. Va., 8 w. fm Com., sum. term is omitted in Agricul. Coll. and 2 w. fm Dec, 15; 3 w, fm Mch 18. UNIVER. OF Vr., BURLINGTON, has