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1866.

APRIL, Fourth Month.

O's Declination,

Astronomical Calculations. Days.lh. m. Daye. h. m. Days. n. m. Days. h. m.Days. A. m. 4 N.39

6 56 13 9 9 19 11 16 25 13 17 5

8 7 18 14 9 30 20 11 37 26 13 36 25

7 41 15 9 52 21 11 57 27 13 55 5 48 10 8 3 16 10 13 22 12 17 28 14 14

6 11 11 8 25 17 10 34 23 12 37 29 14 33 6 6 33 12 8 47 18 10 55 24 12 57 30 114 51

( Last Quarter, 8th day, 3h. 58m., morning.

New Moon, 15th day, 2h. 19m., morning. ) First Quarter, 21st day, 5h. 47m., evening. O Full Moon, 29th day, 4h. 39m., evening.

Full Sea, 1D's

Days on

Days of the Week.

Incre. m. h.

m.

Rises. 1 Sets.
h.
m. h.

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Boston.
Morn/Even

R.
A.
h. h.
Place.

h.

Souths. k. m.

rei.

5 kn.

Length Day's (3)
of Days.

h.
1 SU.5 43 16 26 12 433 39| 4 16 0

8 2 0 49 2 Mo. 5 41 6 27 12 463 42 417124 1 sec. 8 57 1 33 3 Tu. 5 39 6 28 12 493 45 3 18 17 11 sec. 9 52 2 17 4 W. 5 38 6 29 12 513 47 3 19 2 2 | thi. 10 461 3 3 5 Th. 5 36 6 30 12 543 50| 320 25 3 | thi. 11 384 3 50 6 Fr. 5 34 6 31 12 57 3 2 21 31 3 thi. morn. 4 38 7 Sa. 5 33 6 32 12 5"

22 41 41 kn. 0 26 5 27 8 SU.5 31 6 33

2.23 5

1 11 6 16 9 Mo.5 296

1 2 24 6 61 legs 1 527 6 10 Tu. 159

04 4 1 25 7 legs 2 31 7 57 11 W.

13 114 7 1261 8 84 feet 3 8 8 48 12

38 13 14 4 101 127 9 9 feet 3 44 9 40 U 16 39 13 16 4 12 028 104 104 h'd | 4 20 10 34 6 21 6 40 13 19 4 15 0 29 107 111 h'd 4 55 11 29 sU.5 19 6 41 13 22 4 18 F. 11112 n’k sets. 0 26 16 Mo. 5 18 6 42 13 244 20 01 1

121 n'k

8 38 1 25 17 Tu. 5 16 6 44 13 28 4 24 0 2 1 11 arm 9 48 2 25 18 W. 5 15 6 45 13 30 4 26 11 3 13 2 arm 10 52 3 25 19 Th. 15 13 6 46 13 334 29 1 4 21 3 br. 11 48 4 24 20 Fr. 15 12 6 47 13 35 4 31 1 5 3, 4 br. morn. 5 20 21 Sa. 15 10 16 48. 13 38 4 34 11 6 41 5 br. 0 37. 6 13 22 SU.15 8 16 49 13 414 37| 27 51 6 h’rt 1 20 7 4 23 Mo. 15 7 6 50 13 43 4 39 2 8 61 7 h'rt 1 587 51

24 Tu. 15 56 51 13 464 42 2 9 71 8 bel. 2 31 8 37 25 W. 15 4 6 52 13 48 4 44 2 10 81 82 bel. 3 1 9 21 26 Th. 5 2 6 53 13 514 47 2 11 9 93 rei. 3 30 10 4 27 Fr. 15 16 54 13 53 4 49 2 12 10 101 rei. 3 58 10 47 28. Sa. 15 06 56 13 56 4 52 31310211 rei. | 4 27 11 30 29 SU. 4 58 6 57 13 594 55 310 111 111 sec. rises. morn. APRIL hath 30 days.

1866.

It is very strange that our pulses thrill

At the sight of a voiceless thing,
And our hearts yearn so with tenderness

In the beautiful time of Spring.

after of

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 11 G. Easter Su. Cand routs the rebel

Gen. Sheridan attacks KEEP the beetle going against No.0 h (.

forces at Five Forks, the droppings of the cattle in the

cap. 3 brigades, '65. 3 Ta. 8 sta. (in Apo.

More

pastures. It pays to spread them

evenly and well. Spring wheat 4W. $30: Assault and bril. viet. along whole

may now be sown, and oats as 5 Th. 334. Weitzel coccupies Riemu pedicwith early as practicable. Start a few 6 Fr. 1688. Dr. low. throughout of the earliest potatoes in pots or 7 Sa. States on account of the fall of Rich- boxes, to be set out as soon as the 8 G. Low Sunday. Low tides. Prepare to stick in the plough.

danger of frosts is over. 9 Mo. 64 (.

Goth. Sheridan route the There'll be no more winter at pres, 10 Tu. {9th. Surrender to Gen. Grant of Gen. ent. The notes of the bluebird, and 11 W. 10th. Extraordinary rejoicing on acc. the robin, and the cheerful song 12|Th.S 3 (.

ŞMobile occupied by the sparrow resound through the trees;

Union forces, '65. the tender grass springs up every. 13 Fr. 312th., Stoneman occ. Salisbury, N. C.,

where, and in every secluded nook 14 Sa. 6 $ Inf. 6 C Lincolns, Ps. the flowers open to the morning 15 G. 2d S.af.E. À gr.hel.lat. S. sun. All things foretell the com16 Mo. H. ti. $ 15th. Death of Pres. Lincoln. ing of spring, and with it the work

The whole country in mourn- of preparation and seedtime. The 17 Tu. ing.

the oath of office, and becomes President stock needs more than ordinary 18 W. of the United States, '65.

Arr. of Payne for care. Let it have a variety and a 19 Th. 6 C. (r.h. seward, ".

att. on life of Sec. plenty of food, and good shelter 20 Fr. 319th. Funeral of President Lincoln at from chilling winds. A little 21 Sa. 0 20. 8 in 98. lowering cellar must give up its juicy man

nursing pays now, and the root 22 G. 3d S. after East. Low ti. golds, and its carrots or its pars23 Mo. St. George. weather. nips. Speaking of parsnips, why 24 Tu. $26th. Gen. Johnston sur. to Gen. Sher- don't you raise more of them 25 W. St. Mark. troops in his departe Nothing is more nutritious or

wholesome for in-coming cows and 26 Th. sta.

şJolana siker Booth the

assassin of President ewes at this season than fresh-dug 27 Fr. Lincoln, is shot and killed by cavalry sent parsnips. Don't let another spring 28 Sa. 8 in 8.2 La Pret: Audio June platest find you without a good bed of

a day nat. hum. and pr., 65. them; and to make sure of it, sow 29 G. 4th S.af. E. 8 h 0.6 \ . fresh last year's seed now, as soon 30 Mo. (in-Apogee. High tides.

as you can get the land in order.

1866.

MAY, Fifth Month.

O's Declination.

Astronomical Calculations. Days. h. m. Days. h. m. Days. h. m. Days. h. m. Days. lh. m.

15 N.9 7 16 53 13 18 26 19 19 49 25 21 0 15 27 17 10 14 18 41 20 20 2 26 21 10 15 45 9 17 26 15 18 56 21 20 14 27 21 20 16 2 10 17.41 16 19 10 22 20 26 28 21 30 16 20 11 17 57 17 19 23 23 20 38 29 21 40 16 371 12 18 12 18 19 37 24 20 49 30 21 49

(Last Quarter, 7th day, 4h. 58m., evening.

New Moon, 14th day, 10h. 14m., morning. ) First Quarter, 21st day, 5h. 14m., morning.

Full Moon, 29th day, 8h. 34m., morning.

Days of

Days of
the
Week.

Length
Rises.

Sets.

of Days. h. ni.h. m. h. m.

Full Sea,

Boston.
Morn Even

h.

8. m.

Souths.

m.

Day's 01)

D's
Incre.
F.

R.

Place.
A.
h.

h. 1 Tu. 4 55 16 59 (14 415 01 316 0 1121 thi. 8 42 1 0 2 W. 4 54 7 0 14 6 5 2 317 121 1 thi. 9 34 1 47 3 Th. 4 53 7 1 14 8 5 4 318 13 14 thi. 10 23

2 34 4 Fr. 4 51 7 2 14 11 5 7 319 21 21 kn. 11 8 3 23 5 Sa. 4 50 7 3 14 13 5 9 320 3 31 kn. 11 50 4 11 6 SU.4 49 7 5 14 16 5 12 421 3 4 legs morn. 5 0 7 | Mo. 4 48 7 6 14 18 5 14 1 4 22 43 5 legs 0 29 5 49 8 Tu. 4 46 7 7 14 215 17 4 23 6 legs 1 6 6 39 9 W. 4 45 7 8 14 23 5 19 4 24 63 7 feet 1 41 7 29 10 Th. 4 44 7 9 14 25 5 21 4 25 711 8 feet 2 15 8 20 11 Fr. 4 43 7 10 14 275 23 4 26 8. 9 h'd 2 49 9 13 12 Sa. 4 42 7 11 14 295 25 427 9110 hd

3 26 10 8 13 SU. 4 41 7 12 14 31 5 27 428 10111 n'k 4 611 5 14 Mo. 4 40 7 13 14 33 5 29 4 @ 114 113 n’k sets. 05 15 Tu. 4 39 17 14 14 355 31 4 1 0

arm 8 33 1 7 16 W. 4 38 7 15 14 375 33 4 2 123 1

arm .9 35 2 8 17 Th. 4 37 7 16 14 39 5 35 4 3 13 2 br. 10 30 3 '8 18 Fr. 4 367 17 14 41 5 37 4 4 27 29 br. 11 17 44 19 Sa. 4 35 7 18 14 43 5 39 4 5 34 3j h'rt 11 57 4 58 20 SU.4 34 17 19 14 455 41 4 6 4 41 h'rt morn. 5 47 21 Mo. 4 33 7 20 14 475 43 4 7 5

0 32 6 34 22 Tu. 4 32 7 21 14 49.5 45 4 8 6

61 bel.

1 3 7 19 23 W. 4 31 7 22 14 51 5 47 49 63 71 bel. 1 33 8 3 24 Th. 4 30 7 23 14 53 5 49 310 78 8 rei. 2 3 8 46 25 Fr: 4 30 7 24 14 54 5 50 3 11 81 9 rei. 2 31 9 29 26 Sa. 4 29 7 25 14 56 5 52 312 919 sec. 3 1 10 13 27 SU. 4 28 7 26 14 585 54 3 13 10 103 sec. 3 33 10 58 28 Mo. 4 28 7 27 14 595 55 314 103 11 sec. 4 8 11 44 29 Tu. 4 277 2715 05 56 30 113 114 thi. rises. morn. 30 W. 4 27 7 28 15 1 5 57 3 16 0 | thi. 8 20 0 31 31|Th. 14 26 17 29 15 35 596 817 124 123 kn. .9 8 1 20

5j bel.

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D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 Tu. 8 in Aph. St.Paul&St.Ja. A BUSY month is this. The
2 W. Pres. Johnson offers a reward for the planting must be hurried up. Ev.

? capture of Jeff. Davis, '65. 3 Th. ( runs low. Look out

ery farmer ought to raise roots

enough to feed his cattle a peck 4 Fr. Remains of Pres. Lincoln buried at

or two a day each, and have some 5 Sa.

4th. Taylor surrenders last rebel force left for the sheep. Plough deep 6 G. Rogation S. 64( for and manure well for roots, not 7 Mo. şoth. Trial of assassins and conspirators with common barnyard manure,

commences at Washington, '65. which is full of weed seed, but 8 Tu. Low tides. frosty nights with the finest old rotted ma9 W. 1 in Per. ŞProc. of Pres. Johnson rec.

end of armed resist., 'a: nure, or with some concentrated 10 Th. Asc.Day.{'

Jeff. Davis cap. in disguise fertilizer. You'll have plenty of 11 Fr. 6 Coc. $ gr.el.W. weeds to contend with without 12 Sa. 6 $ (.

about this

planting any. Parsnips, and car

rots, and onions ought to have been 13 G. 6th Sunday after Easter. got in last month, but mangolds 14 Mo. ( in Perigee. High tides. may go in this, and ruta bagas will 15 Tu. 69 C.

time. do next. Select a few of the best 16 W... (runs high.

beets, turnips, parsnips, and car

rots to set out for seed. You can't 17 Th. Massachusetts Legislature

Good be too careful to raise good seed. { prorogued, '65. 18 Fr.

planting weather. Much of the year's success will 19 Sa. 6 7. {2bbcom. Whether it is more depend upon it. You want a suc. 20 G. Pentecost. Whit S. 4 sta. cession of pease, and it is a good 21 Mo. 8 gr.hel. lat. S. Low tides. soaking in warm water. The Dan

plan to sow every two weeks, after 22 Tu. ŞJeff

. Davis and.c.c.elay imprisoned O'Rourke and the Champion of 23 W: 320tn, Pirate Stonewall deposited with England are standard early sorts, 24 Th. 23d. Last review of the Army of the Po-though many new ones are thrust 125 fr. Kirby smith surrendered all the rebel upon the market almost every 26 Sa.. hc. 3th Last rev. or armies of year. The dwarf varieties are har

the Tenn.&Ga.at Wash.,'65. dy. Turnips or buckwheat may 27 G. Trinity Sunday. (in Apo. follow pease. 28 Mo. 31. Gameds herman's farewell order pro- Can't I persuade you to leave off 29 Tu. H. tides. Amnest proclamation of that check rein on your working

Pres. Johnson issued, '65. horses ? Try it and see. 30 W.668.

Great fire at Meriden,

Working oxen ought to have the 31 Th: & in Per. Corpus Christi. best of care at this time of year.

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Conn., '63.

18 6 6.

JUNE, Sixth Month.

O's Declination.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. h. m. Days. lh. m. Days. lh. m, Days. h. m. Days. h. m

1 22 N. 6 7 22 47 13 23 14 19 23 26 25 23 24
2 22 14 8 22 53 14 23 17 20 23 27 26 23 22
3 22 21 9 22 68 15 23 20 21 23 271 27 23 20

22 28 10 23 2 16 23 22 22 23 27 28 23 17 6 22 35 11 23 7 17 23 24 23 23 26 29 23 14 6 22 41 12 23 11 18' 23 25 24 23 25 30 23 10

Days of

Days of

the
Week.

Risee. h. m.

Sets,

m.

Place.

R.
h.

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m. la.

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61 h'd

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(Last Quarter, 6th day, 2h. 29m., morning.

New Moon, 12th day, 5h. 23m., evening.

First Quarter, 19th day, 7h. 1m., evening.
O Full Moon, 27th day, 10h. 51m., evening.

Full Sea,
Length Day's O.

Boston.

D'si D of Days. Incre.

F. A.

Morn|Even
h.
m.

h. h.
1 Fr. 14 267 3015 416 0 2 181 1

9 51 29 2|Sa.14 25/7 31 15 6 6 2 2 19 18 21 kn. 10 30 2 58 3 SU. 4 2517 31 15 66 2 2 20 2] 3 legs 11 7 3 47 4 Mo. 4 24 7 32 15 8 6 4 2 21 31 37 legs 11 42 4 35 5 Tu. 4 24 7 33 15 9 6 5 2 22 4 41 feet morn.

5 24 6 W. 4 24 7 33 15 9 6 5 2 23 5 feet 0 15 6 13 7 Th. 4 23 7 34 15 11 6 7 1 24

0 48 7 3 8 Fr. 4 23 7 35 15 12 6 8 1 25 77 h'd | i 22 7 55 9 Sa. 14 23 7 35 15 12 6 8 1 26 8

1 59 8 50 10 SU. 4 23 7 36 15 13 6 9 1/27 9

2 40 9 47 11 Mo. 4 22 7 36 15 14 6 10 128 10 101 arm 3 27 10 47 12 Tu. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 0 0 11 111 arm sets. 11 48 13 W. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 0 112 br. 8, 161 0 49 14 Th. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 0 2121 121 br. 9 71 1 49 15 Fr. 4 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 S. 31 11 11 l’rt 9 53 2 46 16 Sa. 14 22 7 38 15 16 6 12 0 4 2 21 h'rt 10 32 3 39 17 SU. 4 22 7 39 15 1716 13 11 5 28 34 h'rt 11 5 4 28 18 Mo. 4 22 7 39 15 17 6 13 11 6 31 4 bel. 11 36 5 15 19 Tu. 4 23 7 39 15 17 6 13 11 71 41 41 bel. morn. 6 0 20 W. 4 23 7 40 15 17 6 13 1 8 51 51 rei. O 6 6 43 21 Th. 4 23 7 40 15 17 6 13 1 9 6 61 rei. 0 35 7 27 22 Fr. 4 23 7 40 15 17 6 13 2 10 7 73 sec. 1 4 8 10 23 Sa. 14 23 7 40 15 17 Dec. 2|11| 7387 sec. 1 35 8 55 24 SU. 4 24 7 40 15 16 0 1 2 12 83 9 2 9 9 40 25 Mo. 4 24 7 40 15 16 0 1 2 13 91 9thi. | 2 46 10-28 26 Tu. 4 24 7 40 15 16 0 1 3|14|10;|10)| thi, 1 8 27 11 16 27 W. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 2 30 11 114 kn. 4 14 morn. 28 Th. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 2 3 16 113 kn. rises. 0 5 29 Fr. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 2 3 17 0 124 kn. 8 321 0 55

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