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Connecticut
Leg. meet.

At last young April, ever frail and fair,
Wooed by her playmate with the golden hair,
In tears and blushes sighs herself away,
And hides her cheek beneath the flowers of May.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Fr. St. Phil. and St. James. SPEAKING of insects calls to 2 Sa. Ist. New Orleans taken Rain. mind the birds. Don't kill them.

by the Fed. troops, '62. 3 D. 4th S. af. E. * Yorktown

It is worse than wanton cruelty. evac., '62.

They are at work for the farmer 4 Mo. 2 in Per. High tides. from daylight to dark at this sea5 Tu. SR. - Legi meet runs low. son of the year. Who can esti6 W.

( in Per. mate the number of insects they 7 Th. 16th. Capture of Ft.

Frequent

destroy? On a careful count it Oswego, 1814.

was found that one brood of birds 8 Fr. 8 gr. hel. lat. N. dashes destroyed not less than five hun9 Sa. { content Revan Penacole des of drod caterpillars a day, or about 10 D. Rog. S. Nortolk surren.

rain.

fifteen thousand a month. A gold11 Mo. s Steamer Merrimack blown up en robin was seen to catch and 12 Tu. The President, by proclamation, eat seventeen caterpillars in one

opens certain Southern ports, '62. minute. A quail was killed in a 13 W. 16 YC

Quite flock that had run over a field of 14 Th. Ascension Day. fine. corn, on suspicion that it had

Paper currency estab. Look been pulling the grain. On ex16 Sa. O ecl. invisible. for

amination, its craw was found to

contain one cut-worm, twenty17) D. 1st S. af. Asc. frosts. one striped vine-bugs, and one 18 Mo. ( runs high. High ti. hundred chinch bugs, and not a 19 Tu. 8. gr. elong. E. 6 8 C. single kernel of corn. A yellow

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bird, which had been accused by 21 Th. in Apo.

the farmer of eating wheat, was é s c

killed, and in its crop were no 22 I'r. istay. Dete Good planting less than two hundred weevils, 23 Sa. Royal, '62.

weather. which had just been swallowed. 121 D. Pentecost. Whit S.

In fact, the good which birds are 25 Mo. Low tides. Variable.

all the time doing is incalculable.

And then their music, the charm 26 Ta. . gr. hel. lat. N. Much of country life! Who would live 27 W. | Battle of Hanover Court

House, near Rich., 6. 6 h. in a country without birds ? We 128 Th. 327th. Surrender of Forest rain, can go to the concert morning 29 Fr. 64 (:

with high

and evening. No ticket is needed

but a thankful heart. The sun 30 Sa. 29th. Defeat of the British

at Sacket's Harbor, 1813. lights up the variegated stage, and 31 D. Trin. S. 8 in 89. winds, the broad blue arch covers us.

15 Fr. {

20 W. {Edgartown.

Battle of Front

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1 22 N. 4 7 22 46 13 23 13 19 23 26 25 23 24
2 22 12 8 22 51 14 23 16 20 23 27 26 23 23
3 22 19 9 22 56 15 23 19 21 23 27 27 23 21
4 22 26 10 23 1 16 23 22 22 23 27 28 23 18
5 22 33 11 23 6 17 23 24 23 123 27 29 23 15
6 22 40 12 23 10 18 23 25 24 23 26 30 123 12

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Last Quarter, 8th day, 9h. Sm., morning. • New Moon, 16th day, 2h. 52m., morning. > First Quarter, 24th day, 5h. 47m., morning. Length Day's Full Sea, Boston. D's) D

Morning Evening 1 M0.4 267 30 15 46 0 3 0 10 55 11 22 thi. 3 58 morn. 2 Tu. 4 25 7 3015 5 6 1.2 16 11 48 thi. rises. 0 12 3 W. 4 257 3115 6 6 2 2 17 0 14 0 41 kn. / 9 22 115 4Th. 4 24/7 3215 8 6 4 218 1 8 1 35kn. 10 8 2 17 5 Fr. 4 24 7 32 15 8 6 4 219 2 1 2 27 legs 10 45 3 16 6 Sa. 4 247 33 15 9 6 5 2 20 2 53 3 18 legs. 11 17 4 11 7 SU.4 237 3415 116 7 2 21 3 43 4 9 feet 11.471 5 3 8 Mo. 423 7 3415 116 7 1 22 4 37 5 5 feet morn. 553

9 Tu. 423 7 35 15 126 8 123 5 33 6 1 hd 0 16 6 40 10 W. 423 7 36 15 13 6 9 124 6 29 6 58 h'd 0 45 7 27 11 Th. 4227 36 15 14 6 10 125: 7 26 7 54 hd 1 14 8 14 12 Fr. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 1 26 8-22 8 49 n'k 1 46 9 2 13 Sa. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 027 9 15 9 40 n'k 2 22 9 51 14 SU. 4 22 7 3815 16 6 12 02810 410 28 arm 3 310 40 15 Mo. 4 22 7 38 15 16 7 12 S. 2910 5111 13 arm 3 4911 30 16 Tu. 4 227 3815 16 6 12 01 11 34 11 54 br sets. 0 19 17 W. 4 22 7 39 15 17 6 13 11 0 14 br. 8 36 1 7 18 Th. 4 22 7 39 15 17 6 13 1 2 0 34 0 55 br. | 9 10 1 54 19 Fr. 4 237 39 15 17 6 13 1 3 1 15 1 34 b'rt 9 41 2 38 20 Sa. 423 7 40 15 17 6 13 14 153 2 13 h'rt 10 9 3 22 21 SU. 423 7 40 15 17 6 13 11 5 2 33 2 52 h'rt 10 34 4 5 22 Mo. 4 23 7 40 15 17 6 13 2 6 3 12 3 32 bel. 10 594 47 23 Tu. 4 23 7 40 15 16 DEC. 21 7 353 4 16 bel. 11 25 5 31 24 W. 4 247 4015 160 1 2 81 4 40 5 5 rei. 11 52 6 16 25 Th. 4 247 4015 160 1 2 9 5 32 6 Orei. morn. 7 3 26 Fr. 4 247 4015 160 1 2 10 6 29 7 0 sec. 0 23 7 55 27 Sa. 4 25 7 40 15 150 2 311 732 8 4 sec. 1 0 851 28SU.4 257 4015 150 2| 3/12 8 37 9 9thi. | 145 9 51| 29 Mo.4 257 4015 15 0 2 313 9 4010 lithi. 1 2 3810 54

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Spirit of Beauty! let thy graces blend,
With loveliest Nature, all that Art can lend;
Come from thy bowers, where Summer's life-blood flows
Through the red lips of June's half open rose.

C. C.
Concord.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.
Weather, &c.
1|Mo.
Battle of Fair Oaks, ( ecl. vis,

“ Crows in the corn-field, run
near Richmond, '62.
2 Tu.

64 8. High t.boys, run !” But it's too early; N. Hampshire in Per. you haven't got your eyes open.

Leg. meets. 4 Th. Corpus Christi. Very lines? Sometimes lines do, and 5 Fr. {6th: peignementenphis, the studie is sometimes they don't. I think 6 Sa. Memphis, '62.

fine again. one of the best ways is to soak 7 D. 1st S. af. Trinity.

the seed in coal tar, and coat it

over with plaster. It is really 8 Mo. Battle of Cross

Showers,
Keys, Va., '62.

best to have the crows in the
9Tu.
C. C. Northampton

corn-field, if we can make the 10 W. 8 in Aphel. Low tides. corn so disgusting to them that 11 Th. St. Barnabas. with they won't touch it. Ņow, I 12 Fr. 6 g 0.

know coal tar 'll do it. I 've thunder.

tried it. If they pull one spire, 13 Sa. 6 8 0 Inf.

it will be the last, and the black14 D. 2d S. af. Trinity. Signs wings will turn their attention to 15 Mo. 2 sta. 68 C. (runs h. grubs and other more palatable 16 Tu.

food. Put enough in the hills to

Charleston, s. c., '62. allow the loss of one or two ; and 17 W.

High tides. then, if the crows get one now 18 Th. lc in Apogee. of and then, or the cut-worms gnaw 19 Fr. 6 c.

rain. at the roots, transplant from hills 20 Sa. I{ Gen. McClellan took

where there are too many. There com. in W. Virg., 961. 6 PC. 21 D. 3d S. af. Trinity.

is no difficulty in filling up hills

in that way. A dibble and a 22 Mo. 21st. O

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begins. damp morning, with care in tak23 Tu. sc.c. Springfield

Longest

ing up, will save the whole. 24W. Midsum. D. St. Jn. Bap. Most farmers neglect these pre

cautions. But just think of it. 25 Th. 6 ( Low tides.

You have ploughed and manured 26 Fr.

Rainy. the lot for a full crop. You have 27 Sa. 28th. Bat. of the Chickahominy, '62.

incurred expense in every hill. 28 D. 4th S. after Trinity. Won't it pay to take a little ex29 Mo. St. Pet. Battles Peach Orchard tra care now? A single spire of 30 Tu. /{ BarthesWheoak swamp, wh. Oak corn may seem a small thing, but

Crk, Charles City Cross Roads, 82. it costs labor and time and money.

C. C.

Bat. of James Isl., near
Worcester.
Bat. Bunker
Hill, 1775.

Summer

enters

and Dedham.

day.

Battle of Mechan

icsville, '62.
Battle of Gaines' Mill, '62.

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Days. d. m.Days. d. in. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.

1 23 N. 8 7 22 37 13 21 51 19 20 52 25 19 41
2 23 4 8 22:30 14 21 42 20 20 41 26 1928
3 22 59 9 22 23 15 21 33 21 20 30 27 19 15
4 22 54 10 22 16 16 21 23 22 20 18 28 19 1
5 22 49 11 22 8 17 21 13 23 20 6 29 18 471
6 22 43 12 22 0 18 21 3 24 19 54 30 18 32
O Full Moon, 1st day, 2h. 2m., morning.

Last Quarter, 7th day, 5h. 45m., evening.
© New Moon, 15th day, 6h. 9m., evening.

First Quarter, 230 day, 4h. 48m., evening.
O Full Moon, 30th day, 8h. 50m., morning.
Length Day's Full Sea, Boston. D's

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Morning Evening R. S. Souths. lh. m.|. m.lh. m. h. m. 1 W. 4 26 7 40,15 140 3 3 10 11 36 kn. rises. morn. 2 Th. 4 27 7 40 15 13 0 4 4 16 0 2 0 28 legs 8 40 1 0 3 Fr. 4 27 7 40 15 130 4 4 17 0 54 1 19 legs 9 17 1 59 4 Sa. 4287 40 15 120 54 18 1 44 2 8 feet 9 49 2 54 5 SU.4 287 3915 110 6 4 19 2 31 2 54 feet 10 19 3 46 6 Mo. 4 29 7 39 15 100 74 20 318 3 42 feet 10 49 4 36 7 Tu. 4 29 7 39 15 100 75 21 4 7 4 32 h'd 11 19 5 24 8 W. 4 307 38 15 80 9 5 22 459 5 27 h'd 11 50 6 12 9 Th. 4 317 38 15 70 10 5 23 5 56 6 25 n'k morn. 7 0 10 Fr. 4 327 3815 60 11 5 24 6 55 7 24 n'k 024 7 48 11 Sa. 4337 37 15 40 13 5 25 7 53 8 21 arm 1 3 8 37 12 SU.433 7 37 15 40 13 5 26 848 9 15 arm 1 47 927 13 Mo. 4 347 36 15 20 15 5 27 94010 4 arm 2 36 10 16 14 Tu. 4 357 36 15 10 16 5 2810 28 10 51 br. 3.29 11 4 15 W. 4 367 3514 590 18 6 0 11 12 11 31 br. sets. 11 51 16 Th. 4 377 3414 5710 20 6 111 50 h'rt! 7 44 0 37 17 Fr. 4 387 34 14 56021 6 2 0 9 0 28 h’rt 8 13 121 18 Sa. 4387 33 14 55 0 22 6 3 0 46 1 5 h’rt 8 39 2 4 19 SU.4 397 32 14 530 24 6 4 1 24 142 bel. 9 4 2 46 120 Mo.4 407 32 14 520 25 6 5 2 0 2 19 bel. 9 29 3 29 21 Tu. 4 417 3114 500 27 6 6 2 39 2 59 rei. 9 56 4 12 22 W. 4427 3014 480 29 6 7 3 19 3 41 rei. 10 25 4 58 23 Th. 443 7 29 14 460 31 6 8 4 4 4 30 rei. 1058 5 47 24 Fr. 4447 28 14 440 33 6 9 4 58 5 28 sec. 11 38 6 39 25 Sa. 445 7 27 14 420 35 6 10 6 0 6 33 sec. morn. 7 35 26 SU.4 467 26 14 400 37 6 11 7 8 7 43 thi. | 0 25 8 35 27Mo.4477 25 14 380 39 6 12 8 18 8 52 thi. 11 21 9 37 28 Tu. 4487 24 14 360 41 6 13 9 25 9 57 kn. 2 26 10 39 29 W. 4 49 7 23 14 340 436 1410 27 10 55 kn. 3 401140 30 Th. 4 507 22 14 320 45 6 0 11 22 11 46 legs rises. morn.

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SINDEPENDENCE

warm, with

S C. C.
Lenox.

in Batavia this month.

Then bursts thy song from every leafy glade,
The yielding seasons' bridal serenade;
Then flash the wings returning summer calls
Through the deep arches of her forest halls.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1W. ( in Per. $ gr. hel. lat. S.

No time to lose now. Don't 2 Th. {lst. Battle of Turkey Bend, '62.

High ti. let the grass ripen under your 3 Fr. O in Apogee.

Quite

feet. A good crop of grass, well

cut and well cured, is a luxury 4 Sa. declared, 1776.

to look at. It speaks right out, 5 D. 5th S. af. Trin. {Carthage, "61.

and tells more for the thrift of 6 Mo. gr. elong. W. showers. the farm, and the man who lives 7 Tu. ów W.

on it, than a volume of long lines.

It is a record of work done and 8W. Commencement Low ti. at Tufts College.

manure put on, and a promise 9 Th. Sugar-cane planted Cooler of stock well kept and well fed. 10 Fr. w stationary. again. Don't you think we let our 11 Sa. 040: -900,000 more vols., 62. thinking it would be better to cut

$ 1st. Pres. Lin.calls out grass stand too long? I've been 12 D. 6th S.af. Tr. ( runs high. earlier. If we did n't get quite 13 Mo.6.8 ( 6 $ (. Good so much, it would be worth more, 14 Tu.

and go farther. It is the juice ford, Va., '61.

Bat. of Carnicks- Aph.

in

C. C.
Salem,
Com. at Har-
vard College.

( in Apo. We want the real heart - and 16 Th. 1210 Beta ni Rich High ti. not the dry crisp of a stalk ; and

you know the best of the grass is 17 Fr.

weather just when it is coming into blos18 Sa. 16 dc. for some

Then it is sweetest, and it 19 D. 7th S. af. Trinity. days. never grows better, especially for 20 Mo. 696. in 8. 89.long. cows in milk and for young stock.

Cut early, and dry less, there21 Tu.

& in g. 6 h:(. fore, and try it for a year or 22 W. Gen. McClellan in com.

com. 64 (two, and, my word for it, you 123 Th. Dartm. Colleges.

Variable, will find it for your interest to 24 Fr. 8 in Peribe. Low ti.

try it longer. 25 Sa. St.Ja. Dog d. begin.

Don't mow round those big

piles of rocks any longer. They 26 D. 8th S. af. Tr. ( runs l. ought to have been cleared off 27 Mo... Cotton crop cleansed

with long ago. It is a shiftless prac28 Tu. dashes of rain.

tice, this picking rocks and let29 W. ( in Perigee.

ting them lie in heaps on the

field. Mark my word, you ’ll 30 Th. $29th: Spanish Arma

Finer. da destroyed, 1688.

never get a “pocket-full ” of 'em 31 Fr. High tides.

15 W.

Winter begins this month in N.Zealand.

som.

Battle of Bull

Run, '61.

of Potomac army, Com. at Yale and

this month in S. Car.

in that way.

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