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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

warm, corn

1 B. 6 $ 4. High tides.

For planting corn, or other 2 Mo. 6. 20. 68 C. Quite crops that are tender, or liable 3 Tu.

Bonaparte declared Emperor of France, Ito be injured by the frost, it is 4W. gr. elong. W. S Conn. legis. better to wait till the ground is

nieets, I dry and warm; you will lose no5 Th. ( runs high. Wed. May. thing by waiting a little. Indian 6 Fr. 6 H (.

does well on a freshly7 Sa. Steamship China arrives in Boston in turned sod, especially if a liber

7 d. ath. from Queenstown; shortest al coating of manure was turned 8 B. passage on record, 1869.

with under, and it has also some fer9 Mo. Low tides.

tilizer in the hill. It is a rank 10 Tu. ŞPacific Railroad opened, with great re- feeder, and you can hardly give 11 W. 8 gr. elong. E. frequent

it too much. Many other seen's,

like beans, carrots, mangolds 12 Th.

parsnips, should go into the 13 Fr. Dark Day in New Eng- showers. ground now. Some of these seeds 14 Sa. ( in Perigee.

are slow to start, and if you wait 15 B. 13th. Cuvier died, 1832. Look till later, it takes them too long 16 Mo. High tides.

to get up. Potatoes will do any

time this month; but the sooner 17 Tu. 6 h).

out the better. Ashes, plaster, lime, 18 W. (runs low.

or super-phosphate in the hill, 19 Th.

for are very useful with potatoes. 20 Fr.

Splendid meteor seen in the Northern Coarse, rank manures are to be 21 Sa.

late

avoided, as they are apt to make

the tubers rot. Green rye may 22 B. Low tides.

be cut to feed 23 Mo. 8 stat.

frosts. the heads begin to appear. 24 Tu. 646.

think it is better to shear sheep 25 W. 8 in 88.

early, and without washing; but

get them in if the weather is cold 26|Th.] Ảo C. 4 g (.

and chilly. Give calves all the 27 Fr. ( in Apogee. Pleasant milk they want till they are two 28 Sa. 680

or three weeks old. Skim milk 29B. 64 (.

weather.

will do then. Keep them clean

and in a dry place, with good 30 Mo. 6 $ r.

bedding to lie upon. Better raise 31 T1. & in Aph. High

tides. all the best heiter calves.

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1870.

JUNE, Sixth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.
1 22.V. 6 7 22 47 13 23 14 19 23 26 25 23

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8 22 53 14 23 17 20 23 27 26 23 22 3 22 21 9

22 58 15 23 20 21 23 27 27 23 20 4 22 28 10 23 3 16 23 22 22 23 27 28 23 17 5 22 37 11 23 7 17 23 24 23 23 26 29 23 14

41 12 23 11 18 23 25 24 23 25 30 23 10

First Quarter, 6th day, 6h. 32m., evening.
O Full Moon, 13th day, 9h. 3m., morning.

(Last Quarter, 20th day, 4h. 50m., evening.
@ New Moon, 28th day, 6h. 49m., evening.
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2 26 9 42 11 Sa. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 1 12 9 10 sec. 3 1 10 38 12 SU.4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 013 104 103 thi. 3 40 11 38 13 Mo. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 0 0 114 113 thi. rises. morn. 14 Tu. 4 227 38 15 16 6 12 015

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4 23 7 41 15 18 Dec. 223 61 62 h'd 1 3 7 14 23 Th. 4 23 7 41 15 18 0 0 2 24 7

2 24 7 7 n'k 1 27 7 55 24 Fr. 4 23 7 41 15 18 0 0 | 225 8 87'b'k 1 52 8 38 25 Sa. 4 23 7 41 15 18 0 0 2 26 87 91 n'k 2 20 9 22 26 SU.4 24 7 41 15 17 0 1 3 27 94 10 arm 2 52 10 8 27 | Mo. 4 24 7 41 15 17 0 1 3 28 104 104 arm 3 28 10 57 28 Tu. 4 25 7 41 15 16 0 2 3 0 114 113 br. gets. 11 48 29 W. 4 25 7 41 15 16 0 2 3 1 12

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 W. ( runs high. {Nude Legislature

To plant, to sow, to hoe and to 2.Th... 4 (.

Signs muw, will be work enough to fill 3 Fr. Great earthquake in New

up the hours of this busy and England, 1744.

joyous month. Corn may still 4 Sa. 6 inf.

go into the ground, though it is 5 B. 8 in Aph.

getting late. Sow plenty of large 6 Mo.

rain. Southern, Stowell's evergreen, 7 Tu. Low tides.

or conmon sweet corn, thick8 W. Jacksun died, 1846

Gets

ly in drills, for a green feeding

crop, when the pastures get dry. 9 Th.

It helps out the stock in a dry time 10 Fr.

to be fine wonderfully, and if not needed 11 Sa. ( in Perigee.

in summer, it can be cured for 12 B. Collins the poet, died, 1756.

winter use. Carrots may still go

in, though we would rather have 13 Mo. 5 h (.

again. sown them earlier. As to the 14 Tu. High tides. {15thm. Die hoonghidoe Swedes, the 20th or the 25th of 15 W. in 8. ( runs low.

the month is the best time. If 16T.|g ho. 8 stat.

sown earlier, they are liable to rot

Expect in the fall. Every farmer ought 17 Fr. But Bunker still, 1775.

to have a full supply of roots for 18 Sa: { Chitando en est Washington, for his stock. It is best to begin 19 B.

warmer early to cut grass for hay. It will 20 Mo. Low tides. weather.

be worth more, ton for ton, if cut 21 Tu. Oent .. Summer begins. later. And then the cows like it

this month, than it will to stand 22 W. 16 (. gr. hel. lat. S. so much better. It is toothsome, 23 Th. (in Apogee.

rich, juicy, nutritive, while ri24 Fr. 1321st: Hon. Richard Fletcher Rain pened grass is like straw. Keep died, aged 81, 1969.

down the weeds.

I hope you 25 Sa. 69 D. gr. hel. lat. S.

looked out in season for the cat. 26 B.6 (. 646. 6 c. erpillars on the apple trees, I 27 Mo. 6 § 4.

with don't like to see an orchard all 28 Tu. gr. elong. W.

festooned with their nests. It 29 W. 16 (. ( runs high.

looks lazy. I suppose you have

provided yourself with hay-caps. 30 Th. High tides. thunder.

If not, your hay may get caught and injured by a shower.

1870.

JULY, Seventh Month.

O's Declination.

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

1 23N. 7 7 22 35 13 21 49 19 20 49 25 19 37
2 23 2 8 22 28 14 21 40 20 20 38 26 19 24
3 22 57 9 22 21 15 21 30 21 20 27 27 19 11
4 22 52 10 22 13 16 21 21 22 20 15 28 18 57
5 22 47 11 22 6 17 21 10 23 20 3 29 18 43
6 22 41 12 21 571 18 21 0 24 1950 30 18 28

First Quarter, 5th day, 11h. 46m., evening.
O Full Moon, 12th day, 5h. 51m., evening.
( Last Quarter, 20th day, 9h. 33m., morning.
New Moon, 28th day, Ch. 34m., morning.
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0 28 7 33 8 Fr. 4 30 7 39 15 9 0 9 5 10 7 74 sec. 1 0 8 27 9 Sa. 4 31 7 38 15 7 0 11 511 84 85thi. 1 36 9 24 10 SU.4 32 7 38 15 6 0 12 512 91 9% thi. 2 17|10 22 11 Mo. 4 32 7 37 15 5 0 13 513 101 101 kn. 3 5 11 22 12 Tu. 4 33 17 37 15 4 0 14 5 0 11 111 kn.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Fr. 10 in Apogee.

Tue hay-time is always steady

work. 2 Sa. { Weasel ington, took.command of

Do you use a mowing

machine? The best of tools are 3 B. Fort Erie taken, 1814.

needect to save time and hard 4 Mo. Independence Day. growing work at this season,

The mow5. Tu. Battle of Chippewa, 1814.

er, the tedder, and the horse-rake 6 W. B. & W. R. R. completed, weather. will pay, where you have fifteen 7 Th. Low tides.

to twenty tons or more to cut.

They put it in the power of one 8 Fr. C in Perigee.

man to do the work of ten, in 9 Sa. Braddock's defeat, Showers are the old way, and so pay a large 10 B. 10 h (.

interest on the outlay. Don't 11 Mo. J. Q. Adams born, 1767.

cure your hay too much. It 12 Tu. ( runs low.

hurts it to dry it to a crisp in a

scalding sun. That wasn't the 13 W.697. High tides.

way our mothers used to cure 14 Th. OVO. 8 in 8. Very herbs. They didn't want the life 15 Fr.

burnt out of them. Let us learn 16 Sa. 13th. Telegraphic Cable laid

a thing or two from them. If between France and Amer

warm

you have grain to cut, don't let it 17 B. ica, 1869.

stand a day too long. It musn't 18 Mo. * in Perih.

and

get fully ripe. It ought to be cut 19 Tu. 16 °C.

a week before it is hard, and then 20 W. Low tides.

it will be worth more than if alsultry.

lowed to ripen. Don't try to 21 Th. 6 8. (in Apogee.

mend the rcof of a barn after the 22 Fr. 28th. Dog Days begin. Alore hay is stored in it. Nails are not 23 Sa. Bunker Hill Monument completed, 1842. good to mix with hay. Buck24 B. 6 20. changeable

wheat may be sown till the mid

dle of the month. Ruta-bagas 25 Mo. 6 PC

6 c.

for table use may go into the 26 Tu. stat. 6 $ sup:

ground early in the month, and 27 W. 16 HC.

( runs high. English turnips for cattle towards 28Th.10 8 (. High tides.

the end. How about those wet 29 Fr. gr. hel. lat. N. 6 f &ly if at all, and better still to

meadows? Better cut them ear30 Sa. Middle of July to end of

drain and reclaim them, if pos

weather. Isible. bud fruit trees.

31 B.

August best time to

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