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MASS. AGRICUL. COLLEGE, AMHERST, STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, JOHNSON, Mass. – Three tms, 13 w. each; begin 21 VT.-Fall tm. 11 w., beg. 18t Wed. Sept.; Th. Sept., 4th Th. Jan., and 18t Th. May. winter term, 10 w., beg. last Wed. Nov.:

LAWRENCE Scien. SCHOOL (HARV. spring tm 11 w., beg. 3d Wed. Feb.; sumCOLL.), CAMBRIDGE, MASS. - The year mer tm, 10 w., beg. 2d Wed. May. • Exam. beg. I w. later, and ends 2 w. earlier than for admis., first day of each term. the college year; winter vaca. I w.

STATE NORM. School, RANDOLPH MASS. INS. OF TECHNOLOGY, Boston. CENTRE, VT.-- Fall term, 11 w., beg. 4th -Acad. yr ist. Mon. Oct. to 1st Mon. Jun. Wed. Aug., followed without vaca. by tm

Worc. Co. FREE INSTIT. OF INDUST. of 10 w.; spring tm, 11 w., beg. 2d Wed. SCIENCE, WORCESTER, MASS.- 2 tms; Feb., followed, without vaca., by a term 1st, fm 2d Tu. Sept. to 2d Frid. Mch.; 2d, of 10 w. Exam. for admis. Tues, before fm last Tu. Mch. to 1st Frid. July.

and Mon, after Spring and Fall terms. Sheffield Scien. SCHOOL (YALE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, NEW BRICOL.) NEW HAVEN, CT.-Terms same TAIN, CONN. - School year consists of as Yale College.

40 w., beg. In Sept. NORMAL SCHOOLS.

NORMAL SCHOOLs of MAH8.-In each EASTERN NORMAL Schooz, CASTINE, of these the course of study occupies 2 ME.-Three terms – fm Mch. 9, 12 w.;

years, or 4 tms, each tm including 19 ws. fm Aug. 24, 13 w.; fm Dec. 7, 12 w.

study and I w. rec. Exam. for admis., WESTERN NORMAL SCHOOL, FARM

at beg. of each term, will take place : INGTON, ME. - Sch. yr. beg. last Th. At Bridgewater, Tu., Feb.22, and Sept. 6: Aug., ends 1st. Th. June; 3 tins, sepa. by at Framingham, Tu., Feb. 15, and Aug. ? vac., one of 2 w.fm Th. bef. Thanksgiv- 30; at Balem, on Th., Feb. 17, and Sept. ing, and one of 1 w. fm 3d Th. Feb.

1; Westfield, on Th., Feb. 24, and Sept. o. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETINGS IN MASSACHUSETTS Essex, at Ipswich, on the ed 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 BERKSHIRE, at Pittsfield, on 18t Tu. of Aug.; and on the 4th Tues. of Dec., at Apl., July, and Sept., and last Tu. Dec. Ipswich, Salem, or Newburyport, as they NORFOLK, at Dedham, on the 3d Tucs shall order at their next preceding term. of April, the 4th Tues. of June aud Bept.,

MIDDLESEX, at Cambridge, on the 1st and the last Wed. of Dec. Tues. of Jan., and the lst Tues. of June; PLYMOUTH, at Plymouth, on the 1st and at Lowell, on the 1st Tues. of Bopt. Tues. of Jan., the 3d Tues. of March,

WORCESTER, at Worcester, on the 4th and the 1st Tues. of Ang. Tu..of March, the 3d Tu, of June, the Bristol, at Taunton, on the 4th Tues. 20 Tu. of Sept., and the 4th Tu. of Dec. of March and Dept.

HAMPSHIRE, at Northampton, on the 1st BARNSTABLE, at Barnstable, on the 2d Tues. of March, Sept., and Dec., and on Tues. of April and Oct. the Tues. next after the 2d Mon, of June. Dukes COUNTY, at Edgartown, on the

FRANKLIN, at Greenfield, on the 1st! Wed. next after the 3d Mun. of May, and Tues. of March and Dept., and the 2d the Wed. next after the 2d Mon, of Nov. Tues, of June and Dec.

(Corrected i809.) REGISTERS IN BANKRUPTCY IN NEW ENGLAND.

(Correeted 1869.) MAINE.

4th District, 8. L. Thorndike, Esq., 1st District, Gen. J. D. Fessenden, Boston. Portland,

5th District, Benj. C. Perkins, Esq., 2d District, Hon. Seth May, Lewiston. Salem, Essex County.

3d District, 8. S. Marble, Esq., Wal- o'h District, E. J. Sherman, Esq., Lawdoborough, Lincoln County.

rence, Essex County. 4th District, Charles Hamlin, Esq., 7th l;istrict, A. F. Jewett, Esq., LowBangor.

ell, Middlesex County. 5th District, Peter Thacher,

8ih istrict, Peter C. Bacon, Esq., Rockland, Knox County.

Worcester.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.

9th liistrict, I. F. Conkey, Esq., Am 1st District, Thomas E. Sawyer, Dover.

herst, Hampshire County. 21 District, Aaron W. Sawyer, Nashua.

10th rest., Gideon Wells, Esq., Spring31 District, Wm. H. H. Allen, Claremont. field, llampden County.

RHODE ISLAND.
VERMONT

1st District, Jas. M. Clarke, Provid'ce. 1st District, A. P. Lyman, Bennington.

2.1 District, Wm. W. Hoppin, Prov. 20 District, A. Underwood, Wells River.

CONNECTICUT. 3d Dist.

J.P. Şartle, Barton, and
L.L. Lawrence, Burlivgton.

1st District, John Hooker, Esq., Hart

ford. MASSACHUSETTS.

2 l District, E. K. Foster, Esq., New 1st District, James M. Bunker, Esq., Ilaven. New Bedford, Bristol County.

311 Listrict, Robert Coit, Jr., Esq., New 21l District, Samuel B. Noyes, Esq., London. Canton, Norfolk County.

4th District, William K. Seely, Esq., 31 District, C. M. Ellis, Esq., Boston. Bridgeport, Fairfield County.

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1870.

JANUARY, First Month.

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

1 22 S.59 7 22 20 13 21 26 19 20 16 25 18 53
2 22 54 8 22 12 14 21 15 20 20 3 26 18 38

22 48 9 23 4 15 21 4 21 19 50 27 18 23
22 42 10 21 55 16 20 53 22 19 36 28 18 7

22 35 11 21 46 17 20 41 23 19 22 29 17 51
6 22 28 12 21 36 18 20 29 24 19 8 30 17 34

New Moon, 1st day, Th. 21m., evening.

First Quarter, 9th day, 4h. 18m., evening.
O Full Moon, 17th day, 10h. 1m., morning.
( Last Quarter, 24th day, 5h. 39m., morning.
• New Moon, 31st day, 10h. 57m., morning,
Length Day's Top

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of Days.

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Incre.
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1 Sa. 17 29 4 38 9 9 05| 4 |11 (111 kn. sets. (11 46
2 SU.7 29 4 39 9 10 0 6 4 1 113 kn. 5 27 0 44
3 Mo. 17 30 4 40 91010 6 5 2 1

ilegs 6 29 1 38 4 Tu. 7 30 4 41 11 0 7 5 3 1 11 legs | 7 31 | 2 29 5 W. 7 29 4 42 9 13 0 9 6 4 18 24 legs 8 33 3 17 6 Th. 17 29 4 43 9 14 0 10 6 5 21 3 feet 9 33 4 2 7 Fr. 7 29 4 44 9 15 0 11 7 6 32 feet 10 32 4 45 8 Sa. 7 29 4 45 9 16 0 12 7 7 31 4+ h'd 11 31 5 26 9 SU.7 29 4 46 9 17 0 13 8 8 41

5 h'd morn.

6 7 10 Mo. 7 29 4 47 9 18 0 14 8 9

0 29 6 49 11 Tu. 7 28 4 48 9 20 0 16 8 10 61 62 n'k 1 27 7 33 12 W. 17 28 4 50 9 22 0 18 9111 7

2 27 8 18 13 Th. 17 28 4 51 9 23 0 19 9 12 8 84 arm 3 27 9 7 14 Fr. 17 27 4 52 9 25 0 21 913 9

94 arm 4 29 9 58 15 Sa. 7 27 4 53 9 26 0 22 10 14 98101 br. 5 30 10 52 16 SU.7 26 4 541 9 28 0 24 10 15 108 11 br. 6 28 11 49 17 Mo. 7 26 4 55 9 29 0 25 10 0 111 12 br. rises. morn. 18 Tu. 7 25 4 57 9 32 0 28 1117

h'rt

6 20 046 19 W. 7 25 4 58 9 33 0 29 1118 1 h’rt 7 32 1 42 20 Th. 17 24 4 59 9 35 0 31 11 19

14 18 bel.

8 44 2 37 21 Fr. 7 23 5 0 9 37 0 33 12 20 21 22 bel. 9 56 3 30 22 Sa. 17 23 5 1 9 380 34 12 21 3

34 rei. 11

8 4 22 23 SU.7 22 5 3 9 41 0 37 12 22 4 44 rei. morn. 5 13 24 Mo. 7 21 5 4 9 43 0 39 12 23 454 sec. 0 19 6 4 25 Tu. 17 20 5 5 9 45 | 0 4113 24 53 61 sec.

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6 55 26 W. 17 19 5 7 9 48 0 441325 637

2 40 7 49 27| Th. 7 19 5 8 9 49 | 0 4513 26 77 8) thi. 3 47 8 43 28 Fr. 7 18 5 9 9 51 0 47 13 27 9

4 51 9 39 29 Sa. 17 17 5 10 9 53 0 49 13 28 10 107 kn. 5 50 10 34 30 SU.7 16 5 12 9 56 0 52 14 29 101 111 ko. 6 40 11 28

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1870.

FEBRUARY, Second Month.

O's Declination.

Astronomical Calculations.
Durys. 1. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. 28. Days. 13.

178. 0 7 15 12 13 13 15 19 11 10 25 8 58
16 43 8 14 63 14 12 54 20 10 48 26 8 36
16 25 9 14 34 15

21 10 27 27 8 13 16 8 10 14 15

12 13 22

5 28 7 51
15. 49DI 13 55 17 11 52 23 943
6 115 31 12

13 35
18 11 31

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First Quarter, 8th day, 1h. 35m., evening.
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(Last Quarter, 220 day, 21. 2m,, evening,
Length Day's

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81 br.
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legs 6 18 19 2 W. 7 13 5 16 10 3 0 59 14 2 +1 feet 7 201 1 55 3 Th. 17 12 15 17 10 51 114 3 11 1 feet 8 20 2 39 4 Fr. 7 10 5 18 10 8 1 414 4 2

9.19 3 21 5. Sa. 7 9 5 20 10111 714 5 3 h'd 10 17 4 3 6 SU.7 8 5 21 10 13 1 9 14 6 3:1 hd 11 15 4 44 7 No. 7 7 5 22 10 15 1 11 14 7

5 26 8 Tii. 7 6 5 24 10 181 14 14 8 5 nk 0 14 6 10 9 W. 17 5 5 25 10 20 1 16 14 9 54 arm 1 13 6 56 10: Th. 17 35 26 10 23 1 19 14 10 6 arm 2 13 7 45 11 Fr. 17 2 5 27 10 25 1 21 14 11 7 arm 3 13 8 38 12 Sa. 17 1 5 29 10 28 1 24 14 12

4 12 9 33 13. SU.16 59 5 30 1031 1 27 14 13 91

5 710 29 14 Dio. 6 58 5 31 10 33 1 29 14 14 101 103 h’rt

5 58 11 27 15 Tu. 16 57 5 33 10 36 1 32 14 0 111 112 hort rises. morn. 16 W. 6 55 5 34 1039 1 35 14 16 12 bel. 6 23 0 23 17 Th. 16 54 5 35 10 411 37 14 17

bel. 7 38 1 19 18 Fr. 6 52 5 36 10 44 1 40 1418 11

8 53 2 13 19. Sa. 16 51 5 3810 471 43 14192 24 rei. 10 7 3 6 20 SU.6 49 5 39 10 50 1 46 14 20 3 sec. 11 20 3 59 21 Mo.. 6 48 15 40 10 52 1 48 14 21 4 sec. morn. 4 51 22 Tu. 16 46 5 41 10 55 1 51 14 22 5 thi. 0 32 5 45 23 W. 16 45 5 43 10 58 1 54 14 23 6 |thi. 1 41 6 39 24 Th. 16 43 5 44 11 11 57 13 24 7 thi. 2 45 7 34 25. Fr. 6 42 5 45 11 3 1 59 13 25 84'kn. | 3 45 8 29 26 Sa. 16 405 46 11 6 2 213 26 8

4 37| 9 23 27 SU.6 39 15 48 11 92 513 27 91 10 legs 5 22 10 14 28 Mo.6 37 5 49 11 12 2 8 13 28 104 104 legs 6 1113

VENUS will be evening star until February 23d; then morning star until December 13th; and evening star the rest of the year.

Mars will be evening star until March 22d; then morning star the

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Now Winter's hand, on sea and land,

Has spread a mantle cold and white;
But Love defies e'en stormy skies,

And Hope still makes the future bright.

D. M.

D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

1 Tu.16 (. 040. Hi. tides. If the hens have meat food, 2 W. 169 ( ó ☆ O inf.

warm houses, and good sun light,

they will lay well at this season, 3 Th. 8 gr. hel. lat. N.

and eggs are still high. Clean, 4 Fr. John Rogers burnt, 1685.

well aired, and sunny apartments 5 Sa. 16 PD.

Pleasant are needed, and a frequent change 6 B. ( in Apogee.

of food. Pounded oyster shells, 7 Mo. 6 20. & in Perih.

old mortar, boiled potatoes, and 8 Tu. Geo. Peabody gives a million dollars for scraps, are all useful. Set á few

education in Southern States, 1867. clutches for early chickens if you 9 W. Low tides.

for raise for the market. Poultry 10 Th.

the season. well cared for will pay a large 11 Fr. 8 in Perih.

profit. Neglected, it is an even

chance if they pay at all. Dry 12'Sa ( runs high.

cows off at about six weeks be. 13 B 6 HC.

A fure calving. They need the rest, 14 Mo. 8 stat.

land will do all the better the 15 Tu. Earthquake at San Francisco, 1858.

coming season. Continue to feed 16 W. High tides.

some roots daily : they promote

health and digestion. Use up the 17 Th. ( in Perigee. storm Swedes before beginning on the 18 Fr. 68 :

mangolds; a good rvot-cutter is 19 Sa

Bernard Barton, the Quaker ? poet, died, 1849.

of a great thing now. Sheep need 20 B. Great snow storm, 1717.

careful attention, and regular 21 Mo.

feeding. Fattening cattle must

snow have all the hay they will eat, 22, Tu. WASHINGTON BORN, 1732.

and some Indian or linseed meal, 23 W. 6O inf. Low tides. with roots now and then. They 24 Th. ohc

won't gain much after the first of 25 Fr. ( runs low.

March, if not in a maturing con

dition now. Let the shotes work 26 Sa. 8 in 9.

over the manure under the barn. 27 B. 6 $ C.

is near. Some raw roots are good for them 28 Mo.8 gr. elong. W.

every day. The chores must be

attended to. Don't let those cows stand out too long in the cold. If they get thoroughly chilled, they won't get over it soon. Do you take a good agricultural paper to read these long evenings?

or rain

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