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WORTHLESS AND UNCURRENT BANK NOTES IN NEW ENGLAND.

CORRECTED BY CLAPP, FULLER & BROWNE, Dealers in Bank Notes, Specie and Land Warrants, 37 State Street, corner of Congress Street.

Commercial B’k,) Ports

Boston,

Salem,

Val. on Dol.

Val. on Dol.

Val. on Dol. MASSACHUSETTS.

Hallowell and Augusta American Bank, Piscataqua B'k,

Bank, Hallowell, Commercial Bank,

Portsmouth B'k,)

mouth.

Kennebeck Bk,Hallowell, 5 Commonwealth B'k, Grafton Bank, Haverhill, Kennebunk Bank, Cochituate Bank,

Hillsboro' Bk, Hillsboro', Machias Bank. Franklin Bank,

N. Hampshire B'k, Ports Megunticook Bk, Camden, Pulton Bank,

mouth, (closed. Negumkeag Bank, Grocers Bank,

Pemigewasset Bk, Plym., New Eng.Bk, Fairmount, Ilaymarket Sq. B’k, Winnipiseogee B'k, člos. Newport Bank, Newport, Kilby Bank,

Wolfborough B'k, Wolfb., Oxford Bank, Fryeburg, Lafayette Bank,

Rochester B’k, Rochester, Passamaquoddy Bk, EastMiddling Int. Bank,

CONNECTICUT.

port, Oriental Bank,

Bank of North America, Saco Bank, Saco, South Bank,

Bank of Seymour, Seym., Sandford B'k, Sandford, Amherst Bank, Amherst, Bridgeport Exch'ge As., Ship Builders' B'k, RockBerkshire B'k, Pittsfield, Bridgeport Manuf. Co., Jand, broke. Bank of Gen. Int'st, Colchester B'k, Colches., St. Croix Bank, Calais, Essex Bank,

Commercial B'k, Tolland. Union Bank, Brunswick, Farmers' Bank,

Conn. Min. Co., Hartford, Vassalborough B'k, Vass. Chelsea Bank, Chelsea, Derby Bank, Derby, Waldo Bank, Belfast, Bass River B’k, Beverly, Eagle Bank, New Haven, Wash’gton Co. Bk,Calais, Citizens' B’k, Nantucket, Eastern, W. Killingsly, Waterville B'k, Waterv., City B'k, Lowell, fraud, Hatters' Bank,

90 Winthrop B’k, Winthrop, Cohannet Bank, Taunton, Granite, Voluntown, frid, Wiscasset B'k, Wiscasset, Cohasset Bank,

Housatonic R. R. Comp., B'k of Hallowell, Hallow., 5 Charlestown B. Charles Bridgeport,

Maritime Bank, Bangor, 50 Phoenix Bank, town, Wooster Bank,

5 Westbrook Bank, closed. Dorches. and Milton B’k, Manuf.'rs' B’k, Derby,

VERMONT. Duxbury B'k, Duxbury, Litchfield B’k, Litchfield, 5 Danby Bank, Danby, 5 East Bridgewater Bank, Merch. Ex. Bk, Bridgep't, 5 Agricultural B’k, Troy, Essex B'k, N. Andover, N.Haven Co. Bk, N.Hlav., Bank of Bennington, Ben. Farmers' B'k, Sandstone, Winsted Bank,

B'k of Manchester, Man., Farmers' and Mechanics: Woodbury Bk, Woodb'ry, 5 Bank of Orange County, B'k, Belchertown,

MAINE.

B'k of Woodstock, Wood., Farmers' and Mechanics' Agricult'l Bank, Brewer, Bank of Windsor, Wind.,

B'k, South Adams, Androscoggin Bank, Commercial Bank of VerGreylock Bank, (ampton, Brunswick B’k, Brunsw., mont, Poultney, Hampshire Bank, North Bangor Bank,

Essex Bank, Guildhall,
Ipswic Bank, Ipswich, Bangor Com. Bank,

Green Mountain Bank,
Manuf's Bk, Georgetown,
Bath Bank,

Jefferson Banking Co.,
Man. & Mech. B'k, Nant. City Bank,

Phønix Bank, Mendon Bank, Mendon, Exchange Bank,

5 Vermont State Bank, and Middlesex B., Cambridge, Lafayette Bank,

branches, Mid. Int. Bk, Salem, clos. Norombega Bank, 50 South Royalton B’k, S. R. Newburyport B’k, Newb. Penobscot Bank,

RHODE ISLAND. Nahant Bank, Lynn, People's Bank,

Bristol Union B'k, Brist., Norfolk Bk, Grocers' Bank,

Burrillville B'k, Burrillv., Roxbury Bk, Roxbury, Atlantic B'k, Portland, 95 Eagle Bank, Newport, Winthrop Bk,) Bank of Portland,

Farm. Ex. Bk, Gloucester, Pawtucket Bk, Pawtuck., Exchange Bank,

Farmers' and Mechanics' Phønix B’k, Nantucket, Georgia Lumber Co.,

Bank, Pawtucket, Sandwich Bank, Sandw., Maine Bank,

Farmers' B'k, Wickford, Sutton Bk, Wilkinsonville, B’k of Old Town,

Franklin Bk, Providence, Western Bk, Springfield, 95 Stillwater Canal, S

Hamilton Bank, Scituate, NEW HAMPSHIRE. B’k of Westbrook, West Hamilton B’k, N'th Scit., Concord Bank, Concord, Franklin Bank, ') br’k, 5 Mount Hope B’k, Bristol, Cheshire Bank (old), Canton Bank, China, Pascoag Bk, Pascoag Vil., Claremont B’k, Clarem't, Castine Bank, Castine, Provid. Co. B’k, S'thfield, Dover Bank, Dover (old), Central Bank, Hallowell, R. I. Agri. B'k, Johnston, Exeter B’k (old),

Central Bank, Grey, Scituate Bank, Scituate,
Exeter B’k(new),
City B’k, Portland,

Tiverton Bank, Tiverton, 5 Granite Bank,

Citizens' (old pl.), ) Au Bank of Republic, Prov. 5 clo. (old),

do. (new pl.), S gusta, B’k of So. Co., Wakefield, 5 Farmers' Bank, Amherst, Damariscotta, Nobleboro, Mount Vernon B’k, Prov., 5 Lancaster Bk, Lancaster, Ellsworth B'k, Ellsworth, 25 R. I. Cent., E. Greenwich, 5 Lebanon Bank, Lebanon, Frankfort B'k, Frankfort, Hopkinton B’k, Westerly, 5 Manuf. Pk, N. Ipswich, Globe Bank, Bangor, Warwick Bank,

5 N. Hampshire Union Bk, Hancock B’k, Ellsworth, R. I. Exchange,

5

Bangor,

Portland,

Orono,

Exeter

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

1 23 S. 1 7 22 23 13 21 29 19 20 20 25 18 57
2 22 56 8 22 15 14 21 18 20 20 7 26 18 42
3 22 50 9 22 7 15 21 7 21 19 54 27 18 27
4 22 44 10 21 58 16 20 56 22 19 40 28 18 12

22 37 11 21 48 17 20 45 23 19 26 29 17 56
22 30 12 21 39 18 20 32 24 19 12 30 117 40
O Full Moon, 4th day, 10h. 48m., evening.
( Last Quarter, 12th day, 7h. 23m., evening.

New Moon, 19th day, 11h. 18m., morning.
First Quarter, 26th day, Oh. 10m., evening.

Length Day's 0 Full Sea, Boston. D's)
of Days. Incre.

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Place. 1 Th. 7 30 4 38, 9 80 4 411 8 40 9 5 arm 4 32 9 41 2 Fr. 7 30 4 39 990 5 4 12 9 29 9 54 arm 5 26 10 30 3 Sa. 7 30 4 40 9 100 6 513 10 18 10 41 arm 6 14 11 19 4 SU.7 30 441 9 11 0 7 5 0 11 3 11 24 br. 5 Mo.7 30 4 42 9 120 8 615 11 44 — br. rises. 0 7 6 Tu. 7 30'443 9 130 96 16 0 3 0 22 h'rt 6 31 053 7 W. 7 30 4 44 9 140 10 717 041 1 1 h’rt 7 32 1 38 8 Th. 7 29 4 45 9 160 12 718 1 20 1 40 hört 8 33 2 23 9 Fr. 7 29 4 46 9 170 13 7 19 159 2 18 bel. 9 34 3 6 10 Sa. 7 29 447 9 180 14 8 20 2 38 2 58 bel. 10 39 3 50 11 SU.7 29 4 48 9 190 15 821 319 3 40 rei. 11 43 4 34 12 Mo.7 28 449 9 210 17 9 22 4 4 4 29 rei. morn. 5 21 13 Tu. 7 28 4 50 9 22 0 18 9 23 456 5 25 sec. 051 6 10 14 W. 17 28 4 51 9 23 0 19 9 24 5 57 6 30 sec. 2 1 7 4 15Th. 7 274 53 9 260 221025 7 5 7 40 thi. 3 11 8 2 16 Fr. 17 27 4 54 9 270 23 10 26 8 15 8:50 thi. 4 19 9 3 17 Sa. 17 264 55 9 29 0 25 10 27 9 23 9 55 kn. 5 22 10 6 18 SU.7 26 4 56 9 300 26 11 28 10 26 10 55 kn. 61811 9 19 Mo.7 254 57 9 320 28 11 11 2111 46 legs sets. 0 10 20 Tu. 7 24 4 59 9 350 3111 1 0 10 legs 6 41 1 7 21 W. 7 24 5 09 360 3212 2 0 34 0 57 feet 7 55 2 0 22 Th. 17 23 5 1 9 38 0 34 12 3 1 20 1 43 feet 9 6 2 51 23 Fr. 17 225 2 9 400 36 12 4 2 5 2 27 feet 10 14 3 39 24 Sa. 7 22 5 49 42 0 38 12 5 2 48 3 10 h'd 11 20 4 26 25 SU.7 21 5 5 9 44 0 40 13 6 3 32 3 56 hd morn. 5 14 26 Mo. 7 215 69 45 0 4113 7 4 21 4 47 n'k 4 0 24 6 1 27 Tu. 7 205 7 9 47 0 43 13 8 5 14 5 42 n'k 1 25 648 28 W. 7 18 5 99 510 47 13 9 6 11 6 40 arm 2 24 7 37 29 Th. 7 17 5 10 9 530 49 13 10 7 10 7 39 arm 3 19 8 25 30 Fr. 7 16 5 11 9 55 0 51 14 11 8 7 8 34 arm 4 10 9 14

JANUARY hath 31 days.

1863.

Mass. and Me.

Leg's meet.
Battle near Rom-

ney, Va., '62.
the first time this month.

Cotton harvest
at Port Natal.

next year.

Is man's the only throbbing heart that hidés
The silent spring that feeds its whispering tides ?-
Speak from thy caverns, mystery-breeding earth,
Tell the half-hinted story of thy birth!
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar, Weather, &c. 1 Th. Circum. Oin Per. Fine The old year is gone - the new 2 Fr. 6 . (runs hi. for its cares, as well as with its good

It comes with 3 Sa. ( in Apogee. the season. cheer. Make the most of it now. 4 D. 2d Sun. after Christmas. It is the only time we can count 5 Mo. S 4th. Battle of Huntersville, Va., *62.- High ti.

on. Well begun is half well done. 6 Tu. Kic.c. Cambridge, Lenox and Pism. Stathel

. A Then start fair— that's the first 7W.

snow storm, track. Don't sit and dream of

point-and keep on the right 8 Th.

perhaps. what is to be done next week or 9 Fr. Irrigated meadows in Italy cut

“ Life is real.” It is 10 Sa.

Grows not made of dreams, but of ac11 D. Ist S. af. Eph. q in Aph. that gives men success in life.

tion. It is energy or vital power 12 Mo. {There in tempo sfiner. Now, then, make up your mind 13 Tu. 6 2 ( Low tides. and set your foot down to be 14 W

Harvest month ni. Aus- Expect something, and to do something, 15 Th. h stationary.

more this year than ever.

This is the farmer's leisure, if 16 Fr. 40( runs low.

he can be said ever to have any. 17 Sa. John Tyler, ex-pres.

snap. And yet there is enough to do. 18 D. 2d S. af. Epiph. ( in Per. There's the wood-pile to look 19 Mo. {spite M2. High tides. out for. There are the cows, the

20 Tu. 69 ( 68 6. Quite pigs, and the poultry, to be fed, 21 w. 17th Dr. Titolo orifine. And then the time for reading

and the horse to be exercised. 22 Th.

must be filled up with something 23 Fr. 16 (:

Look useful and instructive. These 24 Sa. 25th. Conv. of St. Paul. winter hours fly on gilded wings. 25 D. 30 S. af. Epiph.

Now we have them, and now they out

are gone. Get the best books, 26 Mo. 6 § c.

for a and make the most of them. 27 Tu. Low tides.

thaw. Did you tread the snow closely Clear and cold. around your fruit-trees, when the 29 Th.167(. ( runs high.

first snows came? The mice 'll

bark ’em if you don't, and you ’ll 30 Fr. 8 in Per. ( in Apo. find, to your cost, they 've been 31 Sa: 18 stationary. Variable. barking up the wrong tree.

a cold

U.S., di., ag. 72, '62.

19th to 26th. Coldest week ever known in Boston, '57.

28W.

1863.

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|Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.|Days. d.

1 17 S. 5 7 15 18 13 13 21 19 11 16 25 9
2 16 48 8 14 59 14 13 0 20 10 54 26 8 42
3 16 31 9 14 40 15 12 40 21 10 33. 27 8 20
4 16 13 10 14 2016 12 19 22 10 12 28 7. 57
5 15 55 11 14 1 17 11 58 23 9 50
6 15 36 12 13 41 18 11 371 24 9 281

Full Moon, 3d day, 5h. 41m., evening.
( Last Quarter, 11th day, 6h. 3m., morning.

New Moon, 17th day, 10h. 22m., evening.
First Quarter, 25th day, 7h. 50m., morning.

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of Days. Incre.

A.
Morning Evening

Place
1 SU.7 145 14 10 0,056 14 13 9 52 10 15 br. 5 35 10 50
2 Mo.7 135 15 10 20 58 14 14 10 37 10 58 h'rt 61111 36
3 Tu. 7 125 17 10 51 114 0 11 18 11 37 h'rt rises. morn.
4W. 7 115 18 10 71 314 16 11 56 — h'rt 6 25 0 21
5 Th. 7 105 1910 91 51417 0 14 0 32 bel. 7 27 1 5
6 Fr. 7 95 2010 111 71418 0 51 1 10 bel. 8 30 1 49
7 Sa. 7 85 22 10 14 1 10 14 19 1 29 1 49 rei. 9 35 2 33
8 SU.7 75 23 10 16 1 12 14 20 2 9 2 30 rei. 10 42 3 19
9 Mo.7 55 25 10 201 16 14 21 2 51 3 14 rei. 11 49 4 7
10 Tu. 7 45 26 10 221 18 14 22 3 38 4 4 sec. morn. 4 58
11 W. 7 35 27 10 241 20 14 23 4 33 5 5 sec. 057 5 53
12Th. 7 15 2810 271 23 1424 5 39 6 14|thi. 1 2 4 6 51
13 Fr. 7 05 30 10 30 1 26 1425 6 50 7 27 thi. 3 8 7 51
14 Sa. 6 585 3110 331 29 14 26 8 3 8 38 kn. ' 4 5 8 52
15 SU.6 57 5 32 10 35 1 311427 9 10 9 41 kn. 4 54 9 52
16 Mo. 6 565 33 10 371 33 1428 10 10 10 37 legs 5 36 10 50
17 Tu. 6 555 35 10 40 1 36 14 11 211 26 legs sets. 11 45
118 W. 16 535 36 10 43 1 39 14 111 47 feet 6 400 37
19 Th. 6 525 37 10 45 1 4114| 2 0 8 0 29 feet 7 51 127
20 Fr. 6 505 38 10 481 44 14 3 0 51 1 12 h'd | 9 0 2 16
21 Sa. 6 495 40 10 511 47 14 4 1 34 1 55 hd 10 7 3 4
22 SU.6 475 41 10 541 5014 5 2 17 2 38 n'k 11 11 352
23 Mo. 6 465 4210 561 52 14 6 3 0 3 23 n'k morn. 4 41
24 Tu. 6 445 4310 59 1 5513 7 347 4 12 n'k 0 12 5 30
25 W. 6 435 45 11 2 158 13 8 4 39 5 7 arm 1 9 6 19
126 Th. 6 415 4611 52 113 9 5 36 6 5 arm 2 2 7 8

27 Fr. 6 405 4711 72 31310 6 35 7 5 br. 2 50 7 57
128 Sa. 6 385 48 11 102 61311 7 34 8 2 br. 3 32 8 44

Venus will be evening star until September 28th, then morning star the rest of
JUPITER will be morning star until April 12th, then evening star until Oct. 31st,

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Teach us to live, not grudging every breath
To the chill winds that waft us on to death,
But ruling calmly every pulse it warms,

And tempering gently every word it forms.
B Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 D. Septuagesima S. A storm In this month, last year, I had 2 Mo. Pur. Vir. Mary. 6 $ 8.a word to say on the care and 3 Tu. O gr. hel. lat. S. is near duties of farmers at this season,

feeding of stock, as one of the first 4W. begins about this time.

Tea-picking in China High ti. and I can't do better than to ask 5 Th. Sugar-planting in Ben- at hand. you to read it again. Stock well 6 Fr.

Fort Henry, Tenn.. Finer, wintered is half summered, as 7 Sa. Romanoksen de band taken, ó hc. they say. By low feeding and

but 8 D. Sexagesima S.

neglect, you not only lose the

milk, or other product, at the 9 Mo. gr. hel. lat. N. quite time, but have the expense of 10 Tu. 680 Inf. cold. time and food in bringing up to 11 W. 2 stationary.

full condition in the spring.

Now I wish to speak of the win12 Th. ( runs low. Low ti.

ter care treatment of poultry. 13 Fr. 15th. ( in Per. Uncom- Why don't you make the hens lay? 14 Sa. Valent. D. fortably cold They can do it as well as not, and 15 D. Quinqua. S. Shrove S. they rather like it. How is it

with them in summer? They get 16 Mo. Fort Donelson } 6 $ (. for

insects, lime, seeds of various 17 Tu.

Potatoes planted some days. kinds, gravel-stones, air, water, 18 W. Ash Wednes. High ti. and plenty of sun-light, and these 19 Th. 169 (.

Moderate, all help make them lay. Give 20 Fr. 16W (.

with

them the same in winter, or as

near it as you can. Instead of Snow, or

insects, fresh meat, scraps, some 22 D. 1st S. in Lent.

burnt bones, potato-skins, corn, 23 Mo. 8 sta. 24th. ó (. plenty of fine sand, ashes or grav24 Tu. 3 Great gale, with thun, and rain. el, and a warm, light, airy room,

, 25 W.

with plenty of fresh, wholesome

Windy. water. They like just about the 26 Th. ( ( runs high. same kind of food you give to 27 Fr. ( in Apo. Low tides. the dog, and thrive on it. In 28 Sa. Potatoes ripe Dull weather. fact, the best thing you can do

with the dog himself is to cut off his tail just behind his ears, and feed him out to the hens. He won't. trouble the sheep any more. White-wash the hen-house freely.

taken, '62.

this month in S.C.

21 Sa. | New Mexico, '42.

Battle of Valverde,

sta.

24th. Destructive fire

in Boston, '62.

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