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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETINGS IN

MASSACHUSETTS. Essex, at Ipswich, on the 2d Tues. of Tues. of March and Sept., and the 2d April; at Salem, on the 2d Tues. of July; Tucs. of June and Dec. at Newburyport, on the 20 Tues. of Oct.; HAMPDEN,, at Springfield, on the 28 and at Lawrence, on the last Tues, of Tues, of April, the 1st Tues. of Oct., and Aug.; and on the 4th Tues, of Dec.,, at the 4th Tues. of June and Dec. Ipswich, Salem, or Newburyport, as they BERKSHIRE, at Lenox, on the 1st Tues. shall order at their next preceding term. of Jan., April, July, and Sept.

MIDDLESEX, at Cambridge, on the 1st Norrolk, at Dedham, on the 3d Tues. Tues, of Jan.; at Concord, on the 1st of April, the 4th Tues. of June and Sept., Tucs. of June; and at Lowell, on the 1st and the last Wed. of Dec. Tues. of Sept.

PLYMOUTH, at Plymouth, on the 1st WORCESTER, at Worcester, on the 4th Tues, of Jan., the 3d Tues. of March, Tues. of March, the 3d Tues. of June, and the 1st Tues, of Aug. the 2d Tues. of Sept., and the 4th Tues. BRISTOL, at Taunton,

on the 4th Tues. of Doc.

of March and Sept. HAMPSHIRE, at Northampton, on the BARNSTABLE, at Barnstable, on the 2d 1st Tues. of March, Sept., and Dec., and Tues. of April and Oct. on the Tues, next after the 2d Mon, of DUKES COUNTY, at Edgartown, on the June.

Wed. next after the 3d Mon. of May, and FRANKLIN, at Greenfield, on the 1st the Wed, next after the 2d Mon. of Oct.

QUANTITY OF SEED REQUIRED FOR AN ACRE. Wheat, 1% to 2 bushels. | Beets,

3 pounds. Rye, 14 bushels. Carrots,

2 pounds. Oats, 3 bushels. Ruta Baga,

pound. Barley, 2 bushels. Millet,

bushel. Peas.. 2 to 3 bushels. Clover, White.

quarts. White Beans, 11 bushels. Clover, Red,

8 quarts. Buckwheat, . bushel Timothy,

6 quarts. Corn, broadcast for fodder, 4 bushels. Orchard Grass,

.. 2 bushels. Corn, in drills for fodder, 2 to 3 bushels. Red Top,

1 to 2 pecks, Corn, in hills,

4'to 8 quarts. Kentucky Blue Grass, . 2 bushels, Broom Corn,

} bushel. Mixed Lawn Grass, 1 to 2 bushels. Potatoes, 10 to 15 bushels. I Tobacco,

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QUANTITY OF GARDEN SEEDS TO PLANT.

Asparagus - One ounce produces one Lettuce-One ounce gives 7,000 plants; thousand plants; requires a seed bed of requiring seed bed of one hundred and about 12 feet.

twenty feet. Asparagus Roots - One thousand plants Melon- One ounce for one hundred and bed 4 feet wide and 225 feet long.

twenty hills. Beans-One quart plants from one hun- Nasturtions - One ounce sows twentydred to one hundred and fifty feet of row, five feet of row. or one hundred and fifty to two hundred Onion - Four or five pounds to the acre; hills.

one ounce of seed sows two hundred feet Beets-One ounce plants one hundred of row. and fifty feet of row.

Okra - One ounce sows two hundred Broccoli - One ounce gives 2,500 or 3,000 feet of row. : plants; requiring 40 square feet of ground. Parsley-One ounce sows two hundred

Brussels Sprouts - Same as Broccoli. feet of row.

Cabbage — Early sorts, the same as Broc- Parsnip-One ounce sows two hundred coli; the later require 60 feet of ground. and fifty feet of row.

Cauliflower - The same as late Cabbage. Peppers - One ounce gives 2,500 plants.

Carrot - Three or four pounds to the Pease - One quart of smaller sorts sow acre; one ounce to 150 feet of row.

one hundred and twenty feet of row; of Celery-One ounce gives 7,000 or 8,000 larger, two hundred feet of row. plants; requiring 80 feet of ground.

Radish-One ounce to one hundred feet. Cucumber One ounce for 150 hills. Salsify - One ounce to one hundred and

Cress - One ounce sows bed 16 feet fifty feet of row. square.

Spinage - One ounce to two hundred Egg Plant-One ounce gives 2,000 plants. feet of row.

Endive - One ounce gives 3,500 plants; Squash - One ounce to 75 hills. requiring 80 feet of ground.

Tomato - One ounce gives 2,500 plants. Kale - Same as Broccoli,

Turnip - One and a half pounds to the Leek - One ounce gives 2,000 plants; acre; one ounce to 2,000 feet. requiring 60 feet of ground.

Watermelon-One ounce to 50 hills.

1867.

JANUARY, First Month.

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

23 S. O 7 22 22 13 21 29 19 20 20 25 118
2 22 55 8 22 14 14 21 18 20 20 71 26 18
3 22 50 9 22 6 15 21 7 21 19 63 27 18

22 43 10 21 57 16 20 56 22 19 40 28 18
22 37 11 21 48 17 20 441 23, 19 26 29 17
22 30 12 21 38 18 20 32 24 19 12 30 17

O's Declination.

m. 57 42 27 11 65 39

New Moon, 3th day, 7h. 46m., evening.

First Quarter, 13th day, 11h, 50m., morning.
O Full Moon, 20th day, 2h. 52m., morning.
(Last Quarter, 27th day, 10h. 3m., morning.

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2 16 48 8 14 58 14 13 0 20 10 54 26 8

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16 12 10 14 20 16 12 19 22 10 11 28 7

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3 feet 7 36 1 46 7 Th. 7 8 15 22 10 14 1 10 14 3 11 11 feet 8 38 2 34 8 Fr. 7 7.5 23 10 16 1 12 14 4 10 21 h'd 9 45 3 22 9 Sa. 17 65 25 10 1911 15 14 5 27 3 hd 10 49 4 11 10 SU.7 4 5 26 10 22 1 18 15 6 31 31 n'k 11 56 5 1 11 Mo. 7 2 5 27/10 25 1 21 15 71 4 41 n'k morn. 5 56 12 Tu. 17 15 28 10 27 1 23 15 8 51 51 arm 1 3 6 51 13 W. 7 05 30 10 30 1 26 14 9 61 62 arm 2 9 7 48 14 Th. 6 59 5 31 10 32 1 28 14 10.73 8 br. 3 15 8 47 15 Fr. 6 58 5 32 10 34 1 30 14 11 819 br. 4 12 9 46 16 Sa. 16 56 5 33 10 37 1 33 14 12 91 10 h’rt 5 5 10 44 17 SU.6 55 15 35 10 401 36 14 13 10111 h'rt 5 51 11 40 18 Mo. 6 53 15 36 10 43 1 39 14 14 111111h'rt 6 33 morn. 19 Tu. 16 52 5 37 10 45 1 41 14 15 0 bel. rises. 0 33 20 W. 6 50 15 38 10 48 1 44 14 16 5 bel. 7 57 1 24 21 Th. 16 49 5 39 10.50/1 46 14 17 14| 13 rei. 9 0 2 13 22 Fr. 6 475 41 10 54 1 50 14 18 1 rei. 10 0 3 0 23 Sa. 16 46 5 42 10 56 1 52 14 19 23 24 sec. 11 1 3 46 24 SU.6 44 5 43 10 591 55 13 20 31

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VENUS will be morning star until Feb. 25th; then evening star till Dec. 11th, and morning star again the rest of the year.

JUPITER will be morning star until July 20th ; then evening star the rest or the

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