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

7 S. 35 7 15 16 13 2 55 19 0 33 25 1
7 12 8 4 53 14 2 32 20 0 S. 10 26 2
6 49 9 29 15 2 8 21 0 N.14 27 2

26 10 4 ·6 16 1 44 22 0 38 28 2

3 11 13 42 17 1 20 23 1 2 293 6 15 39 12 3 19 18 0 57 24 1 25 30 13

49 12 36 59 23 46

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O Full Moon, 5th day, 10h. 2m., morning.

Last Quarter, 12th day, 2h. 12m., evening.
• New Moon, 19th day, 9h. 53m., morning.
) First Quarter, 27th day, 4h. 13m., morning.

Length Day's Full Sea, Boston. D's D
Rises. Sets.

of Days. Incre. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 SU.16 36 5 50 11 14 2 10 13 12 829) 8 54/br. 4 9 9 30 2 Mo.6 35 5 5111 16 2 12 12 13 9 18 9 41 h'rt 442 10 16 3 Tu. 6 335 52 11 192 15 12 1410 410 26 h'rt 5 1111' 0 4W. 6 325 5311 21 2 17 12 15 10 47 11 7 bel. 5 37 11 45 5 Th. 6 305 5411 24 2 2012 0 11 26 11 45 bel. rises. morn. 6 Fr. 6 285 5611 282 24 1117 0 3 bel. / 7 26 0 30 7 Sa: 6 275 57 11 30 2 261118 0 23 0 43 rei. 8 32 117 8 SU.6 25 5 58 11 33 2 29 11 19 1 3 1 24 rei. 9 40 2 5 9 Mo.6 23 5 59 11 36 2 32 11 20 1 46 2 9 sec. 10 49 2 56 10 Tu. 6 216 011 392 35 1021 233 2 58 sec. 11 57 3 50 11W. 6 206 111 41 2 37 10 22 3 24 3 52 thi. morn. 446 12 Th. 6 186 3|11 452 411023 4 23 4 56/thi. 1 0 5 45 13 Fr. 6 16,6 4/11 48 2 44 10 24 5 30 6 6 kn. 1571 6 44 (14 Sa. 6 15 6 511 502 46 9 25 6 42 7 16 kn. 2 48 7 42 15 SU.6 136 611 53 2 499 26.7 50 8 23 legs 3 32 8 39 16 Mo. 6 116 711 56 2 52 927 853 9 21 legs 4 9 9 33 17 Tu. 6 96 811 592 55 928 94810 13 feet 44110 25 18 W. 6 86 10 12 22 58 829 10 37 11 0 feet 5 11 11 15 19 Th. 6 66 1112 53 1 8 11 22 11 42 hd sets. 0 5 20 Fr. 6 46 12 12 8 3 4 8 1 0 2 hd 7 47 053 21 Sa. 6 36 13 12 10 3 6 7 2 0 22 0 44 h'd 853 1 42 22 SU.6 16 14 12 13 3 9 7 3 1 5 1 26 n'k | 9 57 2 31 23 Mo.5 596 15/12 16 3 12 7 4 1 47 2 9 n'k 10 57 3 21 24 Tu. 5 57 6 16 12 19 3 15 6 5 2 32 2 55 arm 11 52 4 11 25 W. 5 56 6 1712 21 3 17 6 6 318 342 arm morn. 5 0

26 Th. 5 546 18 12 24 3 20 6/7 4 6 4 32 arm 0 42 5 49 27 Fr. 5 526 2012 28 3 24 6 8 5 0 5 28 br. 1 27 6 37 28 Sa. 5 506 21 12 31 3 27 5 95 57 6 26 br. 2 6 7 23 29 SU.5 49 6 2212 33 3 29 510 6 54 7 22'h'rt 2 40 8. 9 30 Mo.5 47 6 2312 363 32 511 7 49 8 15 h'rt 3 10 8 54

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and Greenfield.

ico ratified, '48.

11 W.

State Election.

On sheltered banks, beneath the dripping eaves,
Spring's earliest nurslings spread their glowing leaves,
Bright with the hues from wider pictures won,
White, azure, golden-drift, or sky, or sun.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Àle
Weather &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 D. 120 S. in Lent. St. Dav. Don't forget to go to town2 Mo. 4th. Washington occupies Cool, meeting: It is the duty of every 3 Tu. C. C. Northampton

good citizen to do his part in the

6 .affairs of the town, the state, and 4W. 8 in 9. but fine. the nation. The grand struct5 Th. | $3d. Alexander, Emp. of Rus., ure of our liberties is based upon 6 Fr. Bate, oth Red Shine: High ti. the knowledge of our people, as 7 Sa. 16 h

Bleak, gained and shown in the man

agement of the town-meeting. It 8 D. 3d S. in Lent. 8.celon.

is the primary source of our An9 Mo. {Battle between Monitor and Merrimack, in Hampt. Roads, '62.

glo-Saxon independence and self10 Tu. (Treaty with Mex."

Variable, government. See where the great New Hampshire with cold French revolution left the people,

after their freedom from tyranny 12 Th. ( runs low. rain,

had been fully gained, and com13 Fr. Low tides. or snow. pare it with the position of our 14 Sa. 8 in Aphelion. fathers at the end of their revo15 D. 4th S. in Lent. (in Per. lution. Both people were free to 16 Mo. 5 14th. Battle of New

Cool

establish a form of government bern, N. C., '62.

to suit themselves. The famil17 Tu. Plymouth. 6 $ (

iarity of the one with the con18 W. 17th. St. Pat. winds. duct of affairs in the primary, 19 Th. 6. High

old-fashioned town-meeting, en20 Fr. 10 op.

tides. abled it to bring order out of begins.

chaos, and to create a form of 21 Sa. | Great snow-storm in New England, "61. 6 ? c.

government which was little more 22 D. 15th S. in Lent. Pleasant than an expansion of the system 23 Mo. Battle of Winchester, Virginia, '62.

8 h O. which had been already adopted 6 W (

and practised in every town in

the country. The other was left 25 W. Annunciation. 6 (. to drift like a mob before the tide 26 Th. 25th. ( runs hi. days, of circumstances, or led at will 27 Fr. ( in Apo. but cool by any popular demagogue.28 Sa. Low tides. nights. That's just the difference, and 29 D. Palm Sunday.

the habit of going to town-meet

ing, and doing the duty of an 30 Mo. 28th. Gen. Hull sen- Fine

independent man and citizen, 31 Tu. 1 in 8. for the season.I made the difference.

C. C.

Spring

enters

24 Tu. { Cand Taunton.

C. C. Worcester

tenced to be shot, '14.

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O Full Moon, 3d day, 11h. 25m., evening.
( Last Quarter, 10th day, 8h. 39m., evening.
@ New Moon, 17th day, 10h. 21m., evening.
) First Quarter 25th day, 11h. 24m., evening.

Rises. Sets. h.

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Length Day's Full Soa, Boston. D's )

of Days. Incre. m.in. m. h.

s. A. Morning Evening

Place. 1 W. 15 436 25 12 423 381 413 926 949 bel.] 4 5 10 23 2 Th. 5 426 26 12 443 40 41410 1110 33 bel. 4 32 11 9 3 Fr. 5 406 28 12 48 3 44 30 10 55 11 16 rei. 4 59 11 58 4 Sa. 5 386 29 12 513 47 31611 36 11 57 rei. rises. morn. 5 SU.5 366 3012 543 50 317 0 19 sec. 8 371 0 49 6 M0.5 356 3112 56 3 52 2 18 0 42 1 5 sec. 9 46 1 43 7 Tu. 5 336 32 12 593 55 219 1 29 1 55 thi. 10 52 2 40 8W. 5 316 3313 23 58 220 221 2 48|thi. 11 53.3 39 9 Th. 5 306 3413 44 0 2 21 3 16 3 45 kn. morn. 4 39 10 Fr. 15 286 35 13 74 31 1 22 4 16 4 48 kn. | 046 5 38 11 Sa. 5 26 6 36 13 10 4 6 1 23 5 21 5 54 legs 1 31 6 34 12 SU.5 256 3813 13 4 9 1 24 6 27 7 0 legs 2 9 7 28 13 Mo.5 236 39 13 16 4 12 1 25 7 31 8 1 legs 2 43 8 20 14 Tu. 5 216 4013 194 15 0 26 8 29 8 56 feet 3 13 9 9 15 W. 5 206 4113 214 17/ 0279 21 9 46 feet 3 41 9 57 116 Th. 5 186 42 13 244 20 F. 2810 10 10 33 hd 4 910 45 17 Fr. 5 176 4313 264 22 0 10 55 11 16 h'd 4 39 11 33 18 Sa. 5 15 6 44 13 294 25 1 111 3711 57 n'k sets. 0 22 19 SU.5 146 4513 314 27 1 2 0 18 n'k / 8 42 1 12 20 Mo.5 12 6 46 13 344 30 1 3 0 39 1 Olarmı 9 40 2 2 21 Tu. 5 106 4813 384 34 1 4 1 22 1 44 arm 10 33 2 52 22 W. 15 96 4913 40 4 36 2 5 2 6 2 28 arm 11 20 3 41 23 Th. 5 76 50 13 43 4 39 2 6 2 50 3 13 br. morn. 4 30 24 Fr. 5 66 51 13:45 441 2 7 3 36 4. Obr. 0 2 5 16 25 Sa. 5 46 5213 484 44| 2 8 4 24 4 49/h'rt 0 38 6 2 26 SU.5 36 5313 504 46 2 9 5 15 5 41 h'rt 1 9 6 46 27 Mo.5 16 54 13 53 4 49 2 10 6 8 6 35 h'rt 1 37 7 30 28 Tu. 5 06 55 13 55 4 51 311 7 2 7 28 bel. 2 4 8 14 29 W. 4 596 56 13 574 53 312 7 54 8 21 bel. 2 31 9 0

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State Election
in R. Island.

State Election
in Connecticut.

C. C. Surrender of
Lenox. Island No. 10.

8W.

We have trod from the threshold of turbulent March,
Till the green scarf of April is hung on the larch,
And down the bright hill-side that welcomes the day,
We hear the warm panting of beautiful May.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar

· Very fine. What would we not give to be 2 Th. 3d. Rev. Dr. Humphrey, Pres. freed from the losses and depre

Amherst Col., died, ag. 81, '61. 3 Fr. Good Frid. 6 hc.

dations of insects ? Many of them 4 Sa. gr. hel. lat. S. 6. 4.C. the farmer, for they come in such

are among the worst enemies of 5 D. Easter Sun. High tides. countless hosts that a whole ar6 Mo.

Bat. of Pittsburg my of men could scarcely cope

Landing, '62. 7 Tu.

with them. On pp. 36 and 37 ( runs low.

you will find some of the more Becomes

common kinds mentioned and il9 Th. ( in Perigee. rather lustrated ; and those who want 110 Fr. Low

dry. to learn more about their habits, 11 Sa. { Surrender of Fort

tides.

will find them more at length in 12 D. Low Sunday.

the Manual of Agriculture. But

is, don't 13 Mo. 12th: Rev. A: Judson,

Signs fail to go round your apple, pear 14 Tu. wich and Springfield.

of

: 20. what I want to say

mission., died, 1850. C. C. Barnstable, Ips

and cherry trees, and destroy 16th. Great gale and rain. carefully the nests of the cater

flood in N. E., 1851. 16 Th. Dist. Columbia, '62.

pillars which will soon appear 6Vc.

there. It is easy now, by stick17 Fr. 6 8 (

Cool

ing a brush upon the end of a 18 Sa. High tides. winds long pole, to reach every limb, 19 D. 20 S. af. E. {Baene f., 62: and make clean work of them. 20 Mo. 6 $ 0 Sup.

6 PC. It will pay to watch and kill the

insects destructive to vegetation. (runs hi. and

The more you kill one year, the 22 W.168C.

showers.

less there will be next. Besides, 23 Th. St. George. & in 8. fruit-trees are years in coming 24 Fr. ( in Apogee . Very to perfection and profitable bear25 Sa. St. Mark.

ing, and all crops that are worth

recapt., '62. 26 D. 3d S. af. E. Low tides. ing care of after they get some

cultivating at all, are worth tak27 Mo. 8 in Perihelion. fine, what advanced. We ought to 28 Tu. 326th. Fort Macon,

but cool know our insect enemies and N. C., capt., '62. 29 W. Capture of the L'Epervier friends. The names and habits by the Peacock, 1814.

of all the more common of them 30 Th. lo. hc. winds.

should be familiar to farmers.

15 W.

Slavery abolished in

21 Tu. {Dedham.

New Orleans

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Astronomical Calculations. |Days.d. m. Days. d. m. Days. Id. m. Days. d. m. Days.d.

1 15 N. 5 7 16 49 13 18 23 19 19 46 25 20 57
2 15 23 8 17. 5 14 18 38 20 19 59 26 21 8
3 15 40 9 17 21 15 18 52 21 20 11 27 21 18
4 15 58 10 17 37 16 19 6 22 20 23 28 21 28
5 16 15 11 17 53 17 19 20 23 20 35 29 21 37
6 16 32 12 18 8 18 119 33 24 20 46 30 121 46

O Full Moon, 3d day, 10h. 8m., morning.
(Last Quarter, 10th day, 2h. 32m., morning.

New Moon, 17th day, Oh. 4m., evening.
First Quarter, 25th day, 4h. 3m., evening.

Length Day's O Full Sea, Boston. D's D D
Rises. Sets.

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Place. 1 Fr. 4 566 5914 3459 314 9 36 10 1 rei. 3 26 10 37 2. Sa. 4547 0 14 65 2 3 15 10 25 10 49 sec. 3 5811 30 3 SU.4 537 114 815 4 3 0 11 13 11 37 sec. rises. morn. 4 Mo. 4527 214 105 6 317

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8 39 027 5 Tu. 4507 314 13 5 9 318 0 26 0 51 thi. 943 127 6 W. 4497 414 15 5 11 4 19 118 1 45 thi. 10 40 2 29 7Th. 4 487 514 175 13 420 2 12 2 40kn. 11 29 3 30 8 Fr. 4477 614 195 15 4 21 3 7 3 35 kn. morn. 4 29 9 Sa. 4467 814 225 18 4 22 4 4 4 34 legs 0 10 5 25 10 SU. 4 447 914 25 5 21 4 23 5 3 5 33 legs 0 45 6 17 11 Mo.4 437 10 14 27 5 23 424 6 3 6 33 feet 1 16 7 7 12 Tu. 442 7 1114 295 25 4 25 7 3 7 32 feet 1 45 7 55 13 W. 441 7 12 14 31 5 27 426 7 59 8 26 h'd 2 13 842 14 Th. 440 7 13 14 335 29 427) 8 52 9 17 b'd | 2 41 9 29 15 Fr. 4 39 7 14 14 35 5 31 428 9 41 10 5 n'k 3 11 10 17 16 Sa. 4 387 15 14 375 33 42910 28 10 51 n'k 3 45 11 5 17 SU.4 37 7 16 14 395 35 4 9 11 13 11 34 n'k sets. 11 55 18 Mo.4 367 17 14 415 37 4 111 55 arm 8 26 0 45 19 Tu. 4 35 7 18 14 43 5 39 4 2 0 16 0 37 arm 9 14 1 35 20 W. 4 347 19 14 455 411 4 3 0 59 1 20 br. 9 58 2 23 21 Th. 4 33 7 20 14 47 5 434 4 1 40 2 1 br. 10 36 3 11 22 Fr. 4 32 7 21 14 495 451 4 5 2 23 2 44 br. 11 9 3 57 23 Sa. 4 327 22 14 505 46 4 6 3 4 3 25 b'rt 11 38 4 41 24 SU. 4 317 23 14 52/5 48 37) 3 47] 4 10 h’rt morn. 5 25 25 Mo. 4 30 7 24 14 545 50 3 8 4 33 4 58 bel. 0 5 6 8 26 Tu. 4 29 7 25 14 56 5 52 3 9 5 23 5 48 bel. 0 31 6 51 27 W. 4 28 7 26 14 585 54 3 10 6 14 6 41 bel. 057 7 36 28 Th. 428 7 26 14 585 54 3 11 7 9 7 37 rei. 124 8 24 29 Fr. 4 277 27 15 05 56 312 8 6 8 34 rei. 1 54 9 15 30 Sa. 4 277 28 15 15 57 3 13 9 2 9 31 sec. 2 28 10 10

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