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WOODRUFF'S IMPROVED PORTABLE
Is now regarded as an indispensable instrument by every
scientific men, farmers, builders, masons, brick-moulders, gardeners, and others, who have them in practical use. Having secured the entire interest of the patentee in this invention, we are carrying on the manufacture extensively, and by the use of the best materials, careful and skilsul workinen, and superior facilities for manufacturing, we are enabled to produce an instrument perfectly portable, nicely aseurate, put up in beautiful walnut, oak, cherry, mahogany, or rosewood cases, at a price much lower than any reliable Barometer has ever been sold. We invite a triil of them by every prudent, intelligent farmer, confident that it will repay its cost by a few months' use. Single instances have often occurred where it has been worth many times its cost. Practical sci entific men estimate that a saving of five per cent. on tiie total value of the crops of the country, might be made by the general use of BAROMETERS, to indiente approaching storms, thus saving over fifiy million doilars annually. Aside from its real practical value, it furnishes an interesting and instructive study for schools and families. Chillien le:irn habits of observation, and form a taste for the study of the ever-varying phenomena of nature, from its use. Simply as an article of ornamental household furniture, it is well worth its price, which varies from nine to thirty dollars, according to finish. Send stamy for Circulars, giring fill illustrations, testimminls, &c.
All kinds of THERMOMETERS made and furnished singly, by the dozen, gross, or great gross. The Trade supplied. Agents Wanted Everywhere. CHARLES WILDER,
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(OLD) FARMER’S ALMANACK, CALCULATED ON A NEW AND IMPROVED PLAN,
FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD
Being second after BISSEXTILE or LEAP YEAR, and (until July 4) 90th of
as great a variety as any other Almanack of
ESTABLISHED IN 1793,
God hath bech very good; 'tis he whose hand
Sold by the Booksellers and Traders throughout New England.
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetto.]