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MARCH, Third Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days.. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.
75.28 7

9 13 2 48 19 0 26 25 1 56 7 5 8 4 46 14 2 25 20 OS. 2 26 2 19 6 42

4 22 15 2 1 21 ON.21 27 2 43 6 19 10 59 16 37 22 0 45 28 3 6 5 50 11 3 35 17 1 14 23 1 8 29 3 29

33 12 3 12 18 0 501 24 1 32 30 3 53 @ New Moon, 2d day, 3h. 56m., morning. > First Quarter, 10th day, 8h. 27m., morning. O Full Moon, 17th day, 9h. 8m., morning.

(Last Quarter, 23d day, 11h. 54m., evening.
o New Moon, 31st day, 9h. 14m., evening.

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m. [h. 1 Tu. 16 35 5 50 11 15 2 11 13 29 114 111 feet 6 34 11 50 2 W. 6 34 5 51 11 172 13 12 5 12 12 feet sets. 0 35 3 Th. 16 32 5 52 11 20 2 16 12 1

7 9 1 17 4 Fr. 6 31 5 54 11 23 2 19 12 2 # 1: h'd 8 8 1 59 5 Sa. 16 29 5 55 11 26 2 22 12 3 11 10 h'd 9 6 2 40 6 SU.6 27 5 56 11 292 25 11 4 2 27 n'k 10 4 3 22 7 Mo. 6 26 5 57 11 31 2 27 11 5 2 3 n’k 11 3 4 5 8 Tu, 16 24 5 5311 342 30 11 6 37 37 u'k morn. 4 50

6 22 6 0 11 38 2 34 11 7 4 41 arm 0 2 5 37 10 Th. 16 21 6 1 11 40 2 36 10 8 43 54 arm 1 1 6 26 11 Fr. 6 19 6 2 11 43 2 39 10 9 53 61 br. 1 58 7 19 12 Sa. 5 17 6 3 11 46 2 42 10 10 77 br. 2 54 8 13 13 SU. 6 15 6 4 11 492 45 10 11 8

3 46 9 9 14 Mo. 6 14 6 5 11 51 2 47 912 9

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4 33 10 6 15 Tu. 6 12 6 7 11 55 2 51 9 13 10 10+ h’rt 5 15 11 2 16 W. 6 10 16 8 11 58 2 54 9 14 103 114 bel. 5 5311 57 17 Th. 6 9 6 9 12 02 56 8 O 113 12 bel. rises. morn. 18 Fr. 16 7 6 10 12 3 2 591 8 16 rei. 7 44 0 52 19 Sa. 16 56 11 12 63 2 8 17

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9 1 1 46 20 SU.6 3 6 12 12 9 3 5 8 18 11 2 sec. 10 16 2 41 21 Mo. 6 2 6 13 12 11 3 7 7 19 21 23 sec. 11 29 3 36 22 Tu. 6 06 15 12 15 3 11 7 20 313 'thi. morn. 4 33 23 W. 15 58 6 16 12 18 3 14 7 21 4

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6 25 25 Fr. 5 55 6 18 12 23 3 19 623 61 6f kn. 2 36 7 19 26 Sa. 5 53 6 19 12 26 3 22 6 24 77 legs 3 23 8 12 27 SU.5 51 6 20 12 29 3 25 5 25 81 82 legs 4 3 9 1 28 Mo. 5 49 6 21 12 32 3 28 5 26 97 9j feet 4 37 9 48 29 Tu. 15 48.6 22 12 343 30 5 27 10 101 feet 5 710 33 30 W. 5 46 6 24 12 38 3 34 4 28 101'11 feet 5 34 11 16

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D. M.

Surly and hoarse, with blustering force,

Winter yet strives to hold his sway ;
Yet all in vain, for soon again

His angry storms will pass away.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.
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Weather, & 1 Tu ? gr. hel. lat. N.

How is it about the tool-house? 2 W. 1630

are all the ploughs, shovels, and

hoes in order? are the wagons 3 Th. High tides.

painter, and the harnesses strong 4 Fr.

Cool, and durable? There is no place 5 Sa... ( in Apogee. like a work-shop on the farm for 6| B. { Codice romane (A. Ward) evith mending up, and no time like this 7 Mo. 216

to mend up. A multitude of little 8 Tu. State election in New Hampshire. high will save tinse by and by, when

things can be done now which 9 W. 8 in Aph.

the spring work is pressing. The 10 Th. 16 % %.

wind. bushes in the pastures can be 11 Fr. Low tides.

cut, the rocks can be lifted easi

er than when the earth is hard 12 Sa. W c. 630.

and dry. Many an old fence 13 B. ( runs high. Clear needs axing up, a patch here 14 Mo. ? stat.

and another there. This ought Earthquake at Valparaiso, and to be a busy month, a month of 16 W. lotb. Meine admitted to the Union, 1820.

preparation for the work. How

is it, too, about the stones on the 17 Th.

frosty. mowing lots? They are loose 18 Fr. oho. ( in Perigee. new. The frost has thrown more 19 Sa. High tides.

or less of them to the surface. 20 B. O ent. 9o. Spring begins. They ought to be picked up and

carried off the land. The man21 Mo. Southey died, 1842

gelds may be fed to the stock. 22 Tu.

Changes to the fields and pastures may now 23 W. Ó hc.

be top-dressed with some con24 Th. ( runs low,

centrated fertilizer, or with old

rotted manure. In many sec25 Fr. Low tides.

cloudy rott

tions the ploughing may be done 26 Sa. W stat.

this inonth. Clover seed may be 27 B. H

$ Hon. J. Harper, of New York, died sown on the fields and pastures. 28 Mo. 69 (

and The stock will need great care. 29 Tu. $ gr. hel. lat. S.

A daily carding will pay. Don't

liet the cattle out to run over 30 W. 6 8 c. fat gr. bril.

your mowing lots while the 31 Th..

dull. ground is soft.

15 Tu. 1.5. A., 1869.

aged 74, 1869

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1870.

APRIL, Fourth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Dys. d. m. Dari, d. in. Dayo. d. m. Days. d. 9. Dage. d.
4 N39 7 6 56 13

19 11 16 25 13 17
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20 11 37 13 36 6 23

7 41 15 9 52 21 1 57 27 13 55 5 48 10 g 16 19 18 22 12 17

14 11 11 25 17 10 31 23

29 14 33 6 3.4 32 8 47 18 10 24

34 14 51
First Quarter, 8th day, 11b. 41., evening,
O Full Moon, 15th day, 5h. 42m., evening.

Last Quarter, 22d day, 11h. 41m., morning.
New Moon, 30th day, th. 53m., evening.

Length
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S.A.
place.

Jouthis. 1 Fr, 15 43 16 261245 3 39| 4| 1112 h'd 6 591 39 2 Sa. 5 41 6 27 12 46 3 42 42

7 57 1 20 3 SU.5 39 6 28 12 49 3 454 3 3

k 8 56 2 3 4 Mo. 5 37 6 29 12 52 3 48 3 4 1 13 n'k 9 55 2 47 5 Tu, 15 36 6 30 12 54 3 50 3 5 2 2. arm 10 54 3 32 6 W, 5 34 6 31 12 57 3 53 2 6 22 37 arm 11 51 4 21 7 Th. 5.32 6 33 13 13 57 27 3.1 4 br. morn. 5 11 8 Fr. 5 31 & 34 13 3 3 59 2 8

4 br. 47) 6 3 9 Sa. 5 29 6 35 13 6 2 2 9

1 38 657 10 SU.5 27 16 36 13 9 4 5 1 10 6 G h'rt 2 26 7 51 11 Mo. 5 26 6 37 1311 4 7 111 8 hört 3 9 8 46 12 Tu. 15 24 6 38 13 14 4 10 1 12 8.1 g bel. 347 940 13 W. 15 22 16 39 | 1317 4 13 0 13 10 bel. 4 22 10 34 14 Th. 5 21 6 40 13 19 4 15 0 14 104 104 rei. 4 5511 29 15 Fr. 15 19 6 42 13 23 4 19 F. 0111114 rei. rises. morn. 16 Sa. 15 17 6 43 13 26 4 22 0 1612 sec. 7 50 0 24 17 | SU.5 16 16 44 13 28 4 24 1 17

sec. 9 7 1 20 18 Mo. 5 14 6 45 13 314 27 118 18 18 thị. 10 211 2 18 19 | Tu. 5 13 6 46 13 33 4 29 1192 24| thi. 11 301 3 17 20 W. 5 11 6 47 13 36 4 32 1 20 3 37 kr. morn. 4 15 21 | Th. 5 10 6 48 13 38 4 34 1 21 33 44 ko. 0 30 5 12 22 Fr. 15 8 16 49 13 41 4 371 2 22 43 54 legs 1 21 6 7 23 Sa. 15 716 50 13 43 4 39 2 23 51 61 legs 2 4 6 58 24 SU.5 56 52 1347 4 43 2 241 63 7 legs 2 41 7 47 25 Mo. 5 4 6 53 13 49 4 45 2 25 73 81 feet 3 12 8 32 26 Tu. 5 2 16 54 13 52 4 48 2 26 8 9 feet 3 401 9 15 27 W. 15 16 55 13 54 4 50 3 27 94 9x li’d 4 5 9 57 28 Th. 4 59 6 56 13 57 4 53 3 28 101 103 h'd 4 29 10 38 29 Fr. 4 58 6 57 13 59 4 55 3 29 108 11 h'd 4 54 11 19 30 Sa. 4 56 6 58 14 2 4 581 3

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APRIL hath 30 days.

1870.

No more the gloom o'er Winter's tomb

Is darkened by oppressing fears ;
The sun beams high on changing sky,

And Nature smiles amid her tears.

D. M.

D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

1 Fr. (High tides.

Let the oats and other spring 2 Sa. C in Apogee.

grains go into the ground as soon 3 B. Bishop IIeber died, 1826. Frequent the land will soon be fit to work

The weather and 4 Mo. 6.26

in. On mellow soil, that will not 5 Tu. 4th State election in Connecticut

turn up “ lumpy behind the 6W. State election in

showers. plough, the sooner the ploughing Rhude Island. 7 Th. h stat.

is done the better. Get in the O HO.

early potatoes and the pease. 8 Fr. 6 HC. ( runs high.

Manure and plant in the drill 9 Sa. 600.

three or four inches deep. Don't 10 B. Low tides. Pleasant cut the earliest potatoes too 11 Mo. 6 $ *.

small; better let them lie a day

or two in the sun. Don't be in a 12 Tu. 11th. Ca nuing born, 1770. weather.

hurry to turn the cattle out to 13W. 16 8 sup.

grass. It is best to let the pas114 Th.

More tures get a good start; better for 15 Fr. C in Perigee.

the cattle, and better for the pas16 Sa. High tides.

signs

ture. If you have a bushy pas

ture to be subdued by sheep, they 17) B. & in so

may go out and nip the starting 18]Mo. 15th. Remarkable auroral displays, 1869. buds. It hastens their destruca 19|Tu. 8 h (.

of tion; I mean the bushes. Don't 20 W.

forget to plough and fork over 21 Th. C runs low.

rain.

the garden. Give it a liberal

dressing of manure. Couldn't 22 Fr. 8 in Perih.

you have more of a garden than 23 Sa. Low tides. Cooler, you did last year? It saves the 24B. 230. Shakespeare born, 1564.

butcher's bill. Farmers, surely, 25 Mo.

with

ought to have a full supply of

vegetables, each in its season. 26 Tu. 690.

Who would be without celery and 27 W. 8 in 8.

high lettuce, rhubarb and asparagus ? 28|Th. 4 C.

Who would be without strawber

ries and cherries and currants, 29 Fr. 686. ( in Apogee. 30 Sa.

winds.

when it is so easy to raise them? Now is the time to think of these things.

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1870.

MAY, Fifth Month.
Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. in. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. Ida m. Days. d.

1 15 X10 7 16 53 13 18 27 19 1950 25 21
2 15 28 8 17 10 14 18 42 20 20 2 26 21
3 15 45 9 17 26 15 18 56 21 20 15 27 21
4 16 3 10 17 42 16 19 10 22 20 26 28 21
5 16 20 11 17 57 17 19 23 23 20 38 29 21

16 37 12 18 12 18 19 37 24 20 49 30 21

O's Declination.

0 11 21 31 40 49

First Quarter, 8th day, 10h. 53m., morning.
o Full Moon, 15th day, 1h. 19m., morning.
(Last Quarter, 221 day, 1h. 25m., morning.

New Moon, 30th day, 5h. 13m., morning.

Full Sea, D'sl D

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Length Day's OD

D of Days. Incre.

h. m. h. m. 1 SU.14 551 6 59 14 4 15 0 3 1 12 n'k

7 49 0 43 2 Mo. 4 54 7 1 14 7 5 3 3 2

arm 8 48 1 30 3 Tu. 14 52 7 2 14 10 5 6 3 31 1 11 arm 9 47 2 18 4 W. 4 517 3 14 12 5 8 3 4 11 2 arm 10 43 3 7 5 Th. 4 50 7 4 14 14 5 10 3 5 21 21 br. 11 36 3 59 6 Fr. 4 48 7 5 14 17 5 13 4 6 3 31 br. morn. 4 51 7 Sa. 4 477 6 14 19 5 15 4 71 4 41 h'rt 0 24 5 44 8 SU. 4 46 7 7 14 21 5 17 4 8 5 51 hr’t 1 7 6 37 9 Mo. 4 45 7 8 14 23 5 19 41 91 6 61 bel. 1 46 7 29 10 Tu. 4 44 7 9 14 25 5 21 4101 7 7 bel. 2 20 8 21 11 W. 4 43 7 10 14 27 5 23 4 11 8

2 53 9 14 12 Th. 4 41 7 11 14 30 15 26 4 12 9

97 rei.

3 24 10 7 13 Fr. 4 407 12 14 32 15 28 4 1310 10 sec. 3 56 11 2 14 Sa. 4 39 7 14 14 35 5 31 4 14 104 114 sec. 4 30 11 59 15 SU.4 38 7 15 14 375 33 40 114 12 thi. rises. morn. 16 Mo. 4 37 7 16 14 39 5 35 416 4 thi. | 9 9 0 58 17 Tu. 4 36 7 17 14 41 5 37 417 11 kn. 10 16 1 58 18 W. 4 35 7 18 14 43 5 39 4 18 14 24 kn. 11 13 2 58 19 Th. 4 34 7 19 14 45 5 41 4 19 23 kn. morn. 3 56 20 Fr. 4 33 7 19 14 46 5 42 420 34 4 legs 0 11 4 51 21 Sa. 4 337 20 14 475 43 421 5 legs 0 41 5 42 22 SU. 4 32 7 21 14 49 5 45 422 51 50 feet 1 15 6 29 23 Mo. 4 31 7 22 14 51 5 47 4/23/ 61 63 feet 1 44 7 13 24 Tu. 4 30 7 23 14 53 5 49 324 7

71 h'd

2 10 7 56 25 W. 14 29 7 24 14 55 5 51 3 25 8

2 34 8 37 26 Th. | 4 297 25 14 565 52 | 326 84 9 Th’d 2 58 9 18 27 Fr. 4 28 7 26 14 585 54 327 91

3 23 10 0 28 Sa. 4 27 7 27 15 05 56 3 28 104 103 n'k 3 49 10 43 29 SU. 4 27 7 28 15 15 57 3 29 11 11; arm 4 19 11 27 30 Mo.4 26 7 28 15 25 58 30 113 113 arm sets. 0 15

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