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MONTHLY NOTICES. 2. Candlemas-day. Scotch quarter-day. the attesting witnesses, he must doit in some other 5. Hereford-cattle, horses, and hops.

way than by bequeathing them anything: for legaTenancy.-A yearly tenant must take care that cies to attesting witnesses, or to the wife or hushe gives notice to quit his premises hall a year band of an attesting witness, are void. No person before the time of the expiration of the current under twenty-one can make a valid will. Wills year of his tenancy. If, by agreement, a quar are revoked by subsequent marriage; otherwise ter's notice is to be sufficient, suchi lolice must a will can only be revoked by destruction, or by also expire with the tenancy, if that is yearly, the making of a new one; and alterations in wills

Wills.-After Jan. 1838, all wills niade in Eng- must be made in the same manner as a will is land came under the provisions of the new Wills made. Wills are to be construed as if made imAct, of which an abstract was given in Britislı Almediately before the death of the testator, unless a manac (or1838. Byit,all property may be disposed contrary intention is expressed, and properties of by will; all wills must be in writing, and each bequeatlied in general terms include all property must be signed at the bottom or end by the tes- in the possession of the testator at his decease, tator, or, if he is unable, by some person on his whether acquired before or after the will was made. behalf, by his direction, and in his presence; and (If persons make their own wills, without legal two, or more, ytesting witnesses (who must be assistance, let them express themselves in a plain present at the same time) must also sign the will. simple way, avoiding roundabout phrases, or atIf the testator wishes to acknowledge or reward tempts to imitate legal phraseology.)

SUNDAY LESSONS.

Proper Lessons, Morning Proper Lessons, Evening. Feb. 8 Quinquagesima Sunday Gen. 9 to v, 20 Mark 3 Geo. 121 Cor. 15 6 Ash Wednesday Exod. 18

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ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA. of the ofthe

Remarkable Days. Week. Year

Mercury, in the constellation Aquarius, is an evening star till the 16th, then a morning star to the end of the

month. On the 2nd, at 4h. 12m. A.M., at greatest (Salmon-fishing begins in

elongation, 18° 17' E; on the 5th, at 2h Om. A.M., in Scotland. Pheasant and

Perihelion; on the 8th, at 2h. 49m. A.M. stationary ; on (Partridge shooting ends.

the 1, th, at 4h. 16m. P M., in inferior conjunction with

the sun ; on the 29th, at 8h 58m. P.M., stationary. 2s 33 | Purific. of B.V. Mary.

Venus, in the constellations Sagittarius and Capri1 Candlemas.

cornus, is a morning star throughout the month ; on 3 S 34 Quinquagesima Sunday. the 15th rises at 5h. 30m, A.M.

Mars, in the constellation Virgo. On the 15th passes 4 M | 35

the meridian at 3h, 45m. A.M.; on the 24th, at lh, 45m.

P.M., stationary. Tu 36 Shrove Tuesday.

Jupiter, in the constellations Aquarius and Pisces, is

an evening star throughout the month. On the 15th 6 W 37 Ash Wednesday.

passes the meridiam at lh. 12m. P.M., and sets at TH 38

6h 33m. P.M. .. .. .. .. .. Saturn, in the constellation Taurus. On the 15th 8 F 39 Half-quarter.

passes the meridian at 7h. 50m. P.M. On the 23rd, at

4h. 9m, P.M., stationary. 9s 40 ....

Uranus, in the constellation Taurus. On the 6th, at

Oh. 8m. P.M., in quadrature with the sun. 10 S 41 | Sunday in Lent.

The Moon, on the Ist, at 3h. Ilm. A.M., in conjunc

tion with B' Scorpii, at 30 57 N, at 1h 25m. P.M., with 11 M 42 .. .. .. .. ..

a Scorpii (Antares) at 10 20'S. ; on the 3rd, at 10h. 12m.

with Venus, at 6 13' N.; on the 7th, at ioh. 23m. A.M., 12 TU 43 Camb. Lent Term div. m. with Mercury, at 60 24' N., at Th. om. P.M., in Perigce,

at 7h. 48m. P.M., in conjunction with Jupiter, at 13 W 44 Ember Week.

3° 2' N.; on the 12th, at 30° 39' P.M., with Uranus, at

2° 13' S.; on the 4th, at 6h. 22m. A.M., with a Taurii 141 Tu 45 Valentine.

(Aldebaran), at 902 S.; on the 15th, at Sh. 15m. A.M.,

with B Tauri, at 10 16' N.; at 8h 47m. A.M., with Sa15 F 46 .. .. .. .. ..

turn, at 50 19' S.; on the 17th, at 2h. 29m. P.M., with

B Geminorum (Pollux), at 10 39' N.; on the 20th, at .. .. .. ..

ilh. 25m. A.M., with a Leonis (Regulus) at 4° 10' S.; 2 Sunday in Lent.

on the 22nd, at 7h. Om. P.M., in Apogee ; on the 25th,

at ih. 43m. A.M., in conjunction with a Virginis (Spica) 18 M 49

at 2° 39' S.; at 5h. 37m, A.M., with Mars, at 3° 0' N.;

on the 26th, at ilh. 31m. P.M., with a 2 Libræ, at 19 Tu 50

20 4' N.; on the 28th, at 9h. 40m. P.M., with a Scorpii (Antarcs), at 19, 6'S.

The Constellations Ursa Major, Leo Minor, and Leo, will be on the meridian about midnight near the middle of the month.

Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites. 22 F

Third Satellite. 10th, Em. at 5h. 46m. 42.78., after 23 s

which the Satellites are not visible to the end of the S 3 Sunday in Lent. St.

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MONTHLY NOTICES. 1. Auditors and Assessors of Boroughs to be accountsevery three months, and within fourteen elected under Municipal Reform Act.

days after they leave office, to the overseers, who 1. Bristol, for ten days-miscellaneous. are, within the following fourteen days, to lay them

1. British Museumopen from 10 till 5; Reading before the inhabitants, and, if approved by a ma. Room, 9 till 5.

jority, they shall be allowed; but if not, the con3. Frankfort-on-the-Oder-goods, &c. stables, &c., may appeal to a justice. Thursday al7 and 8. Nouingham-horses and cattle. ter 25th (Mar. 27) Poor Law guardians to be elected. Overseers are to be appointed on the 25th of 25 Bromsgrove (monthly)-cattle, &c. March, or within fourteen days thereafter. Those 26. East Ilsley, and every other Wednesday till whose year has expired must verify their accounts |July-sheep. by oath before one justice, within fourteen days, 27. Cassel-manufactured goods, &c. to be delivered to their successors after the ap- 28. Durham-cattle,sheep, horses,&c.for three days. pointment of such successors. Constables, head- 29. Breslau-manufactured goods, &c. boroughs, and tithingmen, are to deliver their 31. Interest on East India Bonds due.

SUNDAY LESSONS.

Proper Lessons, Morning. Proper Lessons, Erening. March 24th Sunday in Lent

Gen. 43
Luke 13 Gen. 45

Philip. 1 » 9 5th

Exod. 3
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Colos. 4 , 16 eth Sund.' in Lent, Palm Sun. 9

Matt. 26

10 Ieb, 5 to v. 11 21 Good Friday

Gen. 22 to v. 20 John 18 Isaiah 53 I Peter 2 23 Easter Sunday

Exod. 12

Romans 6 Exod. 14 Acts 2, v. 22 30 Ist Sunday after Easter Numb. 16

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15 S 75 Oxford Lent Term ends.
16 S 76 Palm Sunday.
17 M 77 St. Patrick.
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20 TA 80 Spring Quarter com.
21 F 81 Good Friday.
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Easter Sunday.
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IS LADY-D. Annur 25 Tu 85

1 B. V. Mary. 26 W 86 27 TH 87 28 F 88 29 s 89

Sunday after Easter. 30 SI | 90 | Low Sunday.

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Mercury, in the constellations Aquarius and Pisces, is a morning star throughout the month. On the 15th, at 5h. 39m. A.M., at greatest elongation, 27° 31' W.; on the 20th, at lh. 36m. A M., in Aphelion.

Venus, in the constellations Capricornus, Aquarius, and Pisces, is a morning star throughout the month. On the 15th rises at 5h. 20m. A.M.

Mars, in the constellation Virgo. On the 15th passes the meridian at lh. 44m. A.M.

Jupiter, in the constellation Pisces. On the 5th, at 6h. 38m. P.M., in conjunction with the sun. On the 15th passes the meridian at lih. 43m. A.M.

Saturn, in the constellation Taurus. On the 15th passes the meridian at 5h. 58m. P.M. On the 13th, at 3h. 36m. P.M., in quadrature with the sun. On the 17th, at midnight, in Perihelion.

Uranus, in the constellation Taurus, on the 15th passes the meridian at Sh. 29ın. P.M., and sets at lih. 3m. P.M.

The Moon, on the 4th, at 6h. 84m. A.M., in conjunction with Venus, at 5° 10' N.; at lih. 43m. P.M., with Mercury, at 60° 3' N. On the 6th, at 5h. 45m. P.M., with Jupiter, at 20 33' N ; on the 7th, at lh. Om. A.M., in Perigee; on the 11th, at oh 54m. A.M, in conjunction with Uranus, at 20 29' S.; on the 12th, at Th. 8m. P.M., with a Tauri (Aldebaran), at 90 15' S. ; on the 13th, at 9h. 32m. A.M., with 8 Taurii, at 104 N.; on the 15th, at 8h, 9m. P.M, with 8 Geminorum (Pollux), at 1029' N ; on the 18th, at 5h. 22m. P.M., with a Leonis (Regulus), at 4° 15' S. ; on the 20th, at 8h. Om. P.M., in Apogee ; on the 23rd, at ib. 37m. A.M., in conjunction with Mars, at 20 36' N., at 7h. 49m. A.M., with a Virginis (Spica), at 20 33' S.; on the 25th, at 5h. 34m. A.M., with a2 Libræ, at 20 12 N.; on the 26th, at 5h. 25m. P.M., with B1 Scorpii, at 4° 20' N.; on the 27th, at 4h. 3m. A.M., a Scorpii (Antares) at 0 57' S.

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First Quart. 10th day, 2h. 36m. aftern.
Full ........21st day, 4h. 4m. aftern.
Last Quart. 29th day, 2h, 31m, aftern.

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