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briar, Va., '61.

C. C.

ravian Town, '13.
Vermont Legis-

lature meets.
Battle of Santa Rosa
2 Island, Florida, '61.

Now glows the apple with its pencilled streak
Of morning painted on its southern cheek;
The pear's long necklace, strung with golden drops,

Arched like the banian o'er its pillared props.
3 Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Th. 12d. 6 h 0. 6 go. Now we may as well begin to 2 Fr. 6 I h. ( runs high.

think how these long evenings 3 Sa. Bat. of Green

Continues

are to be spent, so as to make the

most of them. An active mind 4 D. 18th S. af. Trinity. cool cannot be idle. Sloth consumes 5 Mo. ( in Apogee. Low ti. faster than labor wears, and, at 6 Tu. {

and wet. any rate, it is better to wear out Springfield. 7 W. 5th. Battle of Mo

Much

than to rust out. The key that

is often used is always bright. 8 Th.

finer

Time is the stuff that life is made 9 Fr.

again. of. Don't we spend more of it 10 Sa. 16 ? ( 11th. 68 0 In. in sleep than is neceşsary? We 11 D. 19th S. af. Trinity.

shall have sleeping enough in the 12 Mo.6h). 6 X 0.6(.

grave; let us not sleep our lives

away, nor idle away time in use 13 Tu. sc. c. Newburyport

64 6. less lounging. Many a young 14 W. High tides. Expect man has begun a golden career 15 Th. {17Eur Surrender of high of success by improving his even16 Fr. 8 in 8

( runs low. ings, and making the most of his

time. 17 Sa. . stationary.

Now, how is it about the school, 18 D. 20th S. af. Tr. St. Lu. Ev. the lyceum, the farmer's club? 19 Mo. 8 sta. 20th. ( in Per. Have you an agricultural library 120 Tu. 8 in Perih. Low tides. in your neighborhood? What

books have you selected for the 21 W. Massacre of Ball's 6 8 h: winter's reading?

Do you mean 22 Th.

winds. to leave this subject to chance, ericktown, Mo., '61. 23 Fr. 1 19th. Surrender of

Colder, and read only what happens to Cornwallis, 1781. 24 Sa. 6 W c.

with come in your way? There's a 25 D. 21st S. af. Trinity. a

better way than that. Sit down

and make a list of what you will 26 Mo. Rhode Island

$ gr. elo. W. read and study, and stick to it. 27 Tu. High tides. storm Get the best standard works on 28 W. St. Sim. and St. Jude. agriculture and the sciences con29 Th. ( runs high.

nected with it. If you don't mas

ter them all, they'll suggest a 30 Fr. 6 (. rain or snow. thousand things that will be use31 Sa. 1 gr. hel. lat. N. 640.ful in your work on the farm.

and Barnstable.

Bluff, '61.
21st. Battle of Fred-

Leg. meets.

1863.

NOVEMBER, eleventh Month.

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1 14 8.27 7 16 18 13 17 59 19 19 29 25 20 46
2 14 46 8 16 35 14 18 15 20 19 43 26 20 58
3 15 5 9 16 53 15 18 30 21 19 56 27 21 9
4 15 23 10 17 101 16 18 45 22 20 9 28 21 20

15 42 11 17 26 17 19 023 20 22 29 21 30 6 16 0 12 17 43 18 19 15 24 20 34 30 21 40

( Last Quarter, 3d day, 10h. 50m., morning.
• New Moon, 11th day, 3h. 15m., morning
) First Quarter, 17th day, 10h. 21m., evening.
o Full Moon, 25th day, 4h. 17m., morning.

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8. Souths. 1 SU.16 33 4 54,10 21 4 56 16 20 3 1 3 23 br. 9 45 4 17 2 Mo. 6 344 5310 19 4 5816 21 3 46 410 h’rt 10 43 4 3 Tu. 6 35 45210 175 016 22 4 34 4 59 h’rt 11 41 5 48 4W. 6 36 45010 145 316 23 5 25 5 51 h'rt morn. 6 32 5 Th. 6 38 4 49 10 115 61624 618 6 44 bel. 0 40 7 15 6 Fr. 6 3944810 95 816 25 7 10 7 35 bel. 1 39 758 7 Sa. 6 404 4710 75 10 16 26 8 1 8 26 rei. 2 39 8 42 8 SU.6 424 46 10 45 13 16 27 851 9 15 rei. 3 42 927 9 Mo. 6 434 45 10 25 15 16 28 9 3910 4 rei. 4 4810 16 10 Tu. 6 444 4410 05 1716 29 10 29 10 54 sec. 5 5511 8 11 W. 16 45 442 9 575 2016 © 11 17 11 40 sec. sets. 0 3 12 Th. 6 47 4 41 9 545 23 16 1 0 4 thi. | 5 45 1 1 13 Fr. 6 484 40 9 525 25 16 2 0 29 0 55 thi. 6 50 2 1 14 Sa. 6 49 4 40 9 515 26 15 3 121 1 47 kn. 758 3 0 15 SU.6 514 39 94815 29 15 4 2 13 2 39 kn. 9 9 358 16 Mo.16 524 38 9 46 5 31 15 5 3 5 3 32 legs 10 20 4 54 17 Tu. 6 53 4 37 9 445 33 15 6 4 0 4 28 legs 11 31 5 47 18 W. 16 544 36 9 425 35 15 7 4 58 5 29 feet morn. 6 39 19 Th. 6 55 4 35 9 405 37 14 8 6 0 6 29 feet 041 7 27 20 Fr. 657 4 35 9 385 39 14 9 6 58 728 hd 1 49 8 16 21 Sa. 6 584 34 9 365 4114 10 7 57 825 h'd 2 57 9 5 ||22 SU.6 594 33 9 345 43 1411 852 9 18 hd 4 4 955 23 M0.7 04 33 9 335 44 13 12 9 44 10 9 n'k 5 10 10 46 24 Tu. 17 24 32 9 305 47 131310 33 10 57 n'k 6 1411 38 25 W. 17 34 32 9 295 48 13 0 11 2011 41 arm rises. morn. 126 Th. 7 44 31 9 27 5 50 13 15 0 2 arm 5 43 0 29 27 Fr. 7 54 31 9 26 5 5112 16 0 23 0 45 br. 6 37 1 20 28 Sa. 7 64 30 9 245 53 12 171 1 7 1 29 br.7 34 2 10 29 SU.7 74 30 9 23 5 541218) 150 2 10 br. 8 32 257

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in Massachusetts.

and McClellan ap.in

Clear the brown path to meet his coulter's gleam;
Lo! on he comes behind his smoking team,
With toil's bright dew-drops on his sun-burnt brow,
The lord of earth, the hero of the plough.
Aspects, Holidays, Events
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 D. 22d S. af. Tr. All Sts. D. WHEN is the best time to set 2 Mo. ( in Apogee.

Quite out trees ?. It does not matter 3 Tu. . State Election

cool,

much whether it be spring or

fall. But other work is less press4W. 1st. Scott resigns com. in ch. of Am. Army,

Low

ing at this season than in April 5 Th.

tides. or May. his place, '61.

Fruit-trees, such as ap6 Fr. 5th. Pat gr.

bril. but ples and pears, may be set in ei7 Sa. Battle of Port Royal, 68(

ther season. Evergreens, like 8 D. 23d S. af. Tr. { Battle Bet pines, should be set in June or 9 Mo. { Battle of Pikeville, Ky., '61. 6 $ fine.

The main point, and the great 10 Tu. 68( 69 ( 624 6. secret of success in getting trees 11 W. Edgar own. in 8. It into a rapid and vigorous growth, 12 Th.runs low. High ti.

lies in the preparation of the soil,

and the mode of doing the work. 13 Fr. 6 $ 4. 10th. inlis: I know a man who hired another 14 Sa. in Perigee. becomes by the day to set out a lot of 115 D. 24th S. af. Tr. colder, trees which he had bought. The 16 Mo. 15th. Articles of Confed- man went to work, and at the

eration adopted, 1777. 17 Tu. 118th. Fort Lee

end of the first day had set out with

but half a dozen or so. His em18W. Low tides.

fployer got disgusted at his slow 19 Th. { 18th. Fort Mercer

stormy progress, blew him up, and dis20 Fr. 6 W c.

weather. charged him. The next day an

other man set out the balance, 21 Sa. 16 g 4.

some fifty or sixty; and now the 22 D. 25th S. af. Trin. Fine

owner gets more from the half 23 Mo. { Pensacola bom

9 in 88. dozen than from the whole sixty. 24 Tu. Maxofon do Slidell, arrive for There is the cost of trees, the loss 25 W. 24th. ( ecl. visible.

of growth, the waste of land, and 26 Th. 6 3 ( High ti. some it does n't pay to slight work in

the disappointment. I tell you 27 Fr. 26th. ( runs high. setting out trees. It is cheating 28 Sa. {25he Brition evac days. yourself

. Take them up with great 29 D. 1st S. in Advent.

care,

and save the roots. Dig |30 Mo. St. And.

( in Apo.

deep and large holes, and set them carefully.

evac., 1776.

soine

1863.

DECEMBER, twelfth Month.

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1 21 8.49 7 22 38 13 23 10 19 23 26 25 23 25 2 21 59 8 22 44 14 23 14 20 23 27 26 23 23 3 22 7 9 22 50 15 23 17 21 23 27 27 23 20

22 16 10 22 56 16 23 20 22 23 27 28 23 18 5 22 23 11 23 1 17 23 22 23 23 27 29 23 14

22 31 12 23 6 18 23 24 24 23 26 30 23 11
( Last Quarter, 3d day, 7h. 30m., morning.
• New Moon, 10th day, 3h. 39m., evening.
> First Quarter 17th day, 7h. 2m., morning.
O Full Moon, 24th day, 10h. 6m., evening.

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R. S. Souths. 1Tu. 7 9/4 29/9 2015 5711120 3 12 3 32 h'rt 10 28 4 26 2 W. 7 10 4 29 9 19 5 581021 3 54 4 16 bel. 11 27 5 9 3 Th. 17 114 28 9 176 0 10 22 4 38 5 2 bel. morn. 5 51 4 Fr. 7 124 28 9 16 6 110 23 5 28 5 54 bel. 0 26 6 34 5 Sa. 7 13 +28 9 15 6 2 924 6 20 6 47 rei. / 126 7 18 6 SU.7 14 4 28 9 146 3 925 7 15 7 43 rei. 2 29 8 4 7 M0.17 15 4 28 9 13 6 4 826 8 12 8 40 sec. 3 34 8 54 8 Tu. 7 164 289 126 5 827 9 8 9 36 sec. 441 947 9 W. 17 17 4 28 9 11 6 6 7 28 10 410 32 thi. 5 4810 44 10|Th. 7 184 28 9 10|6 7 7 10 5911 25]thi. 6 5411 44 11 Fr. 719 4 28 9 96 8 7 111 51 kn. sets. 0 46 12 Sa. 17 204 28 9 816 9 6 2 0 16 0 42 kn. 6 52 1 47 13 SU.7 21 4 28 9 7 6 10 6 3 1 9 1 35 legs 8 6 2 46 14 Mo.7 21 4 28 9 7 6 10 5 4 2 0 2 25 legs 9 20 3 41 15 Tu. 7 22 4 29 9 76 10 5 5 2 50 3 15 feet 10 32 4 34 16 W. 7 234 299 66 11 4 6 3 40 4 7 feet 11 42 5 25 17 Th. 17 234 29 9 616 11 4 7 4 34 5 2 feet morn. 6 14 18 Fr. 7 244 29 9 56 12 3 8 5 30 5 59 hid 0.50 7 3 19 Sa. 7 25 4 30 9 56 12 3 9 6 29 6 59 b'd' 1 56 7 52 20 SU.7 26 4 309 46 13 2107 281 7 57 n'k 3 1 8 42 21 M0.7 26/4 319 46 13 2 11 8 26 8 53 n'k 45 9 32 22 Tu. 7 26 4 319 5 INC.) 112 9 20 9 46 arm 5 510 23 23 W. 17 274 32 9 50 1 11310 1110 36 arm 6 111 14 24 Th. 7 27 4 32 9 50 1 0 0 10 5911 20 arm 6 51 morn. 25 Fr. 7 27 4 339 50 1 S.15 11 40 br. rises. 0. 3 26 Sa. 7 284 349 60 2 116 0 1 0 22 br. 6 22 0 52 27 SU.7 294 349 60 2 117 042 1 1 h'rt 7 19 1 38 28 Mo.7 294 359 60 2 2 18 1 21 1 40 h'rt 8 17 2 23 29 Tu. 7 29 4 369 70 3 219 1 59 2 18 h’rt) 9 16 3 6 30 W. 7 29 4 36 9 70 3 320 237 2 56 bel. 10 15 3 48

DECEMBER hath 31 days.

1863.

from U, S. Sen., unan., '61.

Call him not old whose visionary brain
Holds o'er the past its undivided reign.
For him in vain the envious seasons roll,

Who bears eternal summer in his soul.
als Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.. 1 Tu.

Northampton. 6 § Sup./ The year is drawing to a close. 2 W. 4th. J. C. Breckinridge expelled But there's a month left. Time 3 Th. in Aphelion. Clear,

enough to do a good deal in the 4 Fr. Low tides. but

way of providing for winter. See 5 Sa. Gen. Halleck orders arrest cold. be at school, learning the “ three

to your boys. They had better of insurgents in Mo., '61. 6 D. 2d S. in Ady. 6 h (. R’s, Reading, 'Riting and 'Rith7 Mo. 6! (.

Very metic,” as old Capt. What’s-bis

name used to say, than at the 8 Tu. {Greenfield. 646.686. store or tavern, learning the three 9 W. gr. elong. W. fine S’s, Smoking,Swearing and Soak10 Th. 6 (.

( runs low. ing. Have you put away the 11 Fr. { Greathfire at

. Charles- High ti. summer tools where you can find 12 Sa. 1c in Perigee. for

them again in the spring as good 13 D. 3d S. in Adv.

as you left them? If you heat the

them a little at the fire, and rub 14 Mo. & in Peribel. season. on a little beeswax, you can keep 15 Tu. : 30

y stationary. them as bright and perfect as 16 W. 517th. Bonaparte issues

High needs it

, with tan bark, or some

Bank up the house, if it 17 Th. 18th. Gen. Pope surpris. camp near

Martinsburg, took 1300 pris., '61. thing as good. When the first 18 Fr.om (. Low tides. snow falls you can save your 19 Sa. 2007. Battle at Drains winds. fruit-trees by treading the snow 20 D. 4th S. in Advent.

down hard and closely around

them. The mice are often very 21 Mo. St. Tho. 22d.

.

fers vs. beg: destructive. 22 Tu. {

Milan Decree, 1807.

wich, Sal., or Newb't, as ord. by Ct. Stock of all kinds needs the 23w.lo in g. day:

Shortest

(runs h. best of care at this season of the 24 Th. of C. get High ti. year. Warm but well-ventilated 25 Fr. Christmas Day. Cool,

barns, a plenty of good, whole

some water, with enough to eat 26 Sa. St. Stephen. with rain at regular hours, covers all that 27 D. 1st S. af. Ch. St. Jn. Ev. need be said, except that expos28 Mo. Holy In. ( in Apo. or ure to the cold, driving winds of 29 Tu.

winter is not at all necessary to

Snow. *sur. to Br. Minister, '61.

A mixture

toughen” them. 30W.

Blustering

of food, or a frequent change, is 31 Th.

in Perigee. weather.lof very great advantage.

27th. Mason and Slidell

C. C.
Dedham.

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