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1877.

OCTOBER, Tenth Month.

Days. d.

m.

O's Declination.

Full Sea,

Rises.
h. m. h.

Fast.
Moon's

Place.

Souths. h. in.

m.

m. h. m.

m.

m.

Astronomical Calculations.

m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. 38.25 7 5 44 13 8 0 19 10 12 25 12 19 3 48 8 6 7 14 8 29 20 10 34 26 12 40 4 11 9 6 30 15 8 45 21 10 55 27 13 0 4 35 10 6 52 16 9 7 22 11 16 28 13 20 4 58 11 7 15 17 9 29 23 11 37 29 13 40

5 21 12 7 38 18 9 51 24 11 58 30 14 0 @ New Moon, 6th day, 4h. 14m., evening, W.

First Quarter, 13th day, 10h. 58m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 22d day, 2h. 46m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 29th day, 9h. 37m., morning, W.
Length Day's

Boston.
D's

D D
Sets.
of Days. Decre.

Morn Even

Rises. h.

h. h.

h. 274) 1M. 15 5715 41 11 44 3 32 11 24 51 61 br. morn. 7 6 275 2 Tu. 5 58 5 40 11 42 3 34 11 25 63 71 h'rt 0 22 8 3 276 3 W. 6 59 5 38 11 39 3 37 11 26 8 84 h'rt 1 42 8 58 277 4 Th.6 05 36 11 363 40 11 27 87 93 bel. 3 1 9 50 278 5 Fr. 6 15 35 11 34 3 42 12 28 9 10 bel. 4 20 10 40 279 6 Sa. 6 2 5 33 11 31 3 45 12 0 101 11 rei. 5 39 11 31 280 78.6 45 31 11 27 3 49 12 1111 rei. / sets 0 22 281) 8 M. 6 55 29 11 24 3 52 13 2 0 01 sec. 6 6 1 15 282 9 Tu. 6 6 5 28 11 22 3 54 13 3 0f 14 sec. 6 411 2 10 283 10 W. 6 75 26 11 19 3 57 13 4 11 2 thi. 7 26 3 7 284|11|Th. 6 85 24 11 16 4 0 13 5 24 23 thi. 8 181 4 4 285 12 Fr. 6 95 23 11 14 4 2 14 6 31 32 kn. 9 17 4 59 286 13 Sa. 16 10 5 21 11 11 4 5 14 7 41 41 kn. 10 20 5 51 287 14 S. 6 12 5 19 11 74 9 14 8 51 54 kn. 11 24 6 40 288 15 M. 16 13 5 18 11 54 11 14 9 61 63 legs morn. 7 25 28916 Tu. 6 14 5 16 11 24 14 14 10 74 74 legs O 28 8 8 290 17 W.16 15 5 15 11 04 16 15 11 81 83 feet 1 30 8 48 291 18 Th. 6 16.5 13 10 57 4 1915 12 9 9 feet 2 32 9 28 292 19 Fr. 6 18 5 12 10 544 22 15 13 93 94 feet 3 34 10 8 293

20 Sa. 6 19 5 10 10 51 4 25 15 14 101 103 h'd 4 36 10 49 294

21 S. 6 20 5 910 49 4 27 15 15 104 11 h'd 5 39 11 32 295 22 M. 6 21 5 7 10 46 4 30 16 0 111 112 n'k

rises morn. 296 23 Tu. 6 22 5 6 10 44 4 32 16 17 O n'k 5 251 0 19 297 24 W. 16 24 5 4 10 40 4 36 16 18 04 01 arm 6 2 1 9 298 25 Th. 6 25 5 310 38 4 38 16 19 1 1+ arm 6 48 2 4 299 26 Fr. 6 26 5 1 10 35 4 41 16 20 14 2 arm 7 47 3 300 27 Sa . 6 27 5 0 10 33 4 43 16 21 21 22 br. 8 56 4 1 30128 S. 6 29 4 59 10 30 4 46 16 22 31 33 br. 10 10 5 0 302 29 M. 6 30 4 57 10 27 4 49 16 23 41 42 h’rt 11 27 5 57 303 30 Tu. 6 31 4 56 10 25 4 51 16 24 51 6 h’rt inorn. 6 50 304|31 W. 16 324 54 10 22 4 54 16 25 611 7 bel. O 44 7 41

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town, 1777.

1777.

7 G

SWilliam Penn born,

1644, 0. S.

1 Mo. Length of vight 12h. 17m. POTATOES ought to be dug 2 Tu.

Dull and lowering. when the soil and the weather 3W. 16H (. { th. Batle of German-are dry. If there is any sign of

rot, it is best to 4 Th. 8 in 8. č in Perigee. the ground early, expose them 5 Fr. 16 c.

Pleasant, as little as possible to the sun, 6 Sa.

$7th. Second battle of Stillwater, pile them up in a conical shape i9th Sunday after Trinity. them a little air-slacked lime, a

on a dry knoll, and scatter over 8 Mo. Very high tides.

quart or so to five or six bushels 9 Tu. & in Perihelion. 6 Ac. of potatoes, and then cover then 10W.

but cool nights, with the tops till the cold comes, 11 Th. 12th. ( runs low.

when they may be taken to the 12 Fr. 646. 8 gr. elong. W. cellar is moist, the bin ought to

cellar and stored dry. If the 13 Sa.

with heavy have a grated bottom, to admit 14 G 20th Sunday after Trinity. of ventilation. They can be 15 Mo. Gold 117, 1875. { 16thur Surrender top stored out of doors by heaping

Burgoyne, 1777. 16 Tu. (in Apo. Very low tides. them up in a dry place, covering

them with a foot of straw, closely 17W. in Aphelion.

packed, and then with a few 18 Th. St. Luke Evangelist. 6 (. inches of earth. Winter apples

John Adams born, 19 Fr. frosts, ought to be picked by hand, with

Husk20 Sa. 21st. America discovered by Columbus, care not to bruise them.

ing corn is a job that still calls for 21 G 21st Sunday after Trinity. hand

labor. No machines here. 22 Mo. 6 °C.

are near Some will husk two or three 23 Tu. 322d. Repulse of British assault at Red times as fast as others, by keep

Bank, 1777.
24 W. 4 in 8. High tides.

ing everything snug. It is best 25 Th. St. Crispin.

to sort as you go, with two bas

kets, one for the good corn and 26 Fr. ( rups high. at hand. one for the poor. New corn may 27 Sa.

$ 26th. Great fire at Virginia City,
Nev., 1875.

be got ready for early grinding
28 G
220 S.af. Tr. St. Simon & St. Jude. by hanging it up in a coarse bag

near the ceiling of a room kept 29 Mo. 8 YO. Low tides.

warm by a fire. Orchards may be 30 Tu. 1329th, Sir Walter Raleigh beheaded,

set out now. The soil ought to be 31 W. All Hallows Eve.Ó (. well drained and ploughed deep.

1735, 0. S.

1492 (October 12th, 0. S.).

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New Moon, 5th day, 4h. 3m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 12th day, 7h. Om., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 20th day, 5h. 35m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 27th day, 5h. 21m., evening, W.

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Length Day's
Rises.

Sets.

of Days. Decre. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m.

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Rises.

h. m. 305) 1 Th.16 34 4 53|10 194 57|16|26| 7}| 8 bel. 2 01 8 31 306 2 Fr. 6 35 4 52 10 17 4 59 1627 87 9 rei. | 3 16 9 19 307 3 Sa. 6 36 4 51 10 155 116 28 97 94 rei. 4 32 10 9 308 4 S. 6 37 4 49 10 125 416 29 101 102 sec.

5 49 11 1 309 5M. 16 39 4 4810 95 7 16 0 11 111 sec. sets 11 55 310 6 Tu. 6 40 4 4710 715 916 1 0 |tli. 5 17 0 51 311 7W. 6 41 4 4610 55 11 16 2 01

6 4 1 49 312 8 Th. 6 434 45 10 2 5 14 16 3

7 11 2 46 313 9 Fr. 6 444 44 9 05 16 16 4 2

8 5 3 41 314 10 Sa. 6 45 4 43 9 585 1816 5 3 34 kn. 9 111 4 32 315 11 S.6 46 4 42 9 56 5 20 16 6 32 4 legs 10 16 5 19 31612 M. 16 484 41 9 53 5 23 16 7 5 legs 11 18 6 3 317 13 Tu.6 49 4 40 9 51 5 25 16 8

54 legs morn. 6 44 318 14 W.16 504 39 9 495 27 15 9 6 feet 0 20 7 24 319

15 Th. 6 514 381 9 4715 29 15 10 7 74 feet 1 22 8 3 320 16 Fr. 16 53 4 37 9 445 32 15 11 8

2 23 8 44 321 17 Sa. 6 54 4 36 9 425 34 15 12 87 9 h'd 3 25 9 26 322 18 S. 6 55 4 35 9 405 36 15 13 91 92 n’k 4 30 10 11 323 19 M. 6 56 4 34 9 385 38 14 14 10 101 d’k 5 38 11 1 324 20 Tu. 6 58 4 34 9 365 40 14 0 103 111n’k 6 49 11 55 325 21 W. 6 59 4 33 9 345 42 14 16 111 larm rises morn. 326 22 Th.7 0 4 32 9 325 44 14 17 0 01 arm 5 39 0 54 327 23 Fr. 17. 14 32 9 315 45 13 18 03 1 br. 6 47| 1 54 328|24 Sa. 7 2 4 31 9 29 5 47 13 19 13 13 br. 8 0 2 54 329 25 S.7 44 31 9 275 49 13 20 27 21 h'rt | 9 16 3 52 330 26 M. 17 54 30 9 25.5 51 12 21 31 31 h'rt 10 34 4 47 33127 Tu.7 64 30 9 245 52 12 22 4 4.1 bel. 11 501 5 38 332 28 W.17 74 29 9 22 5 54 12 23 5 51 bel. morn. 6 27 333 29 Th.7 84 29 9 215 55 11 24 6 64 rei. 1 3 7 15 334|30|Fr. 17 9 4 28 9 19 5 57 11 25 7 71 rei. 2 16 8 2

84 h'd

NOVEMBER hath 50 days.

1877.

Think not when the wailing winds of autumu

Drive the shivering leaflets from the tree,
Think not all is over : spring returneth,

Buds and leaves and blossoms thou shalt see,

MRS. STOWE.

D. M.

D. W.

piot, 1605.

Mass. and Conn.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Th. All Saints Day. ( in Perigee. The mangolds and ruta-bagas 2 Fr. Length of night 13h. 44m. must be got in now, or they will 3 Sa. 6 8 h. A cold storm. fact, should be stored right away;

soon freeze. All root crops, in 4 G 230 Sund. af. Tr. 6 $ (. The cellar is not a very good 5 Mo. Very high tides. Guonge place for them; but if they must 6 Tu. State election in

Fine, go in there, fix some slats at the 7W. 9th and 10th. Great fire in

but

bottom of the bin, so as to have Boston, 1872.

good ventilation, and keep the 8 Th. ( ruus low. 09 (. windows open as long as you can, 9 Fr. 6 84. 8th. A l (.

so as to secure a draft. When 10 Sa. 11th. in . cool. stored in bulk, roots are apt to 11 G 24th Su. af. Tr. St. Martin. heat and rot. They must be 12 Mo. 13th and 14th. Look out for {

Rain.

put in clean and dry. Cornshooting stars.

stalks, if well cured, are worth 13 Tu. 6 8 sup. ( in Apogee. a good deal for cattle. Fall 14 W. 16 h (. Very low tides. ploughing saves a heap of work 15|Th... 3 C.

Gold 114 3-8,

in the hurry of spring, and now 16 Fr. 15th. Lavater born, 1741,

that the air is cold, the team can High

work easier than in the hot days 17 Sa.

17th. Queen Elizabeth began winds, of May. House all farm tools,

to reign. 1558. 18 G 25th Sunday after Trinity. and get them all in order for win19 Mo. 6 °C.

with rain ter. A thin coat of lard and rosin

will keep the iron work from rust, 20 Tu. i{ 19hThorwaldsen

or snow.

and it pays to put it on. Get up 21W. OO. { 22d.. Henry Wilson, vice

pres. U. S.,

a few loads of dry forest leaves 22 Th. St. Cecilia. $ in Aphelion. for bedding for cattle, and to 23 Fr. ( runs high. High tides. cover the asparagus beds. Trees 24 Sa. {

Wm. B. Astor died, leaving fortune of may still be transplanted, but it

about $50,000,000. 25 G 26th Sunday after Trinity. stakes, as it is too late to give

is best to support them with 26 Mo. {25dié. 1; Isaac Watts died, 1748,

Raw them a chance to strike root. 27 Tu. (. ( in Perigee. Get out and spread the manure 28 W. 330th. Coldest November day for many as a top-dressing on the mead29 Th. Low tides.

weather.

It is worth as much put

on now as it will be in spring, 30 Fr. St. Andrew.

and if the land is level there will be no waste.

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years, 1875.

OWS.

1877. DECEMBER, Twelfth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.

1 218.55 7 22 42 13 23 12 19 23 26 25 23 24
2 22 4 8 22 48 14 23 16 20 23 27 26 23 22
3 22 12 9 22 54 15 23 19 21 23 27 27 23 19
4 22 20 10 22 59 16 23 21 22 23 27 28 23 16
5

22 28 11 23 4 17 23 24 23 23 26 29 23 12
22 35 12 23

8 18 23 25

24 23 25 30 23 8

O's Declination.

@ New Moon, 4th day, 5h. 19m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 12th day, 4h. 50m., evening, E.
O Full Moon, 20th day, 7h. 7m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 27th day, 1h. 36m., morning, E.
Length Day's

D
of Days. Decre.

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335| 1 Sa. 17 10 4 281 9 1715 59|11|26| 8 8.} rei.

3 30 8 52 336 2 S. 7 12 4 28 9 16 6 0 10 271 9 9 sec. 4 45 9 44 337 3M. 7 13 4 28 9 15 6 110 28 10 10 sec. 6 0 10 38 3381 4 Tu. 7 14 4 27 9 136 3 90 100 111 thi. 7 11 11 35 339 5 W. 7 15 4 27 9 12 6 4 9 1114

thi. sets 0 32 340 6 Th. 7 16 4 27 9 11 6 5 9 2 041 04 kn. 5 49 1 28 341

7 Fr. 7 17 4 27 9 10 6 6 8 3 1 11 kn. 6 54 2 22 342 8 Sa. 7 17 4 27 9 10 6 6 8 4 12 legs 8 1 3 11 343 9 S. 7 18 4 27 9 96 71 71 5 21 27 legs 9 5 3 57 344 10 M. 17 19 4 27 9 8 6 8 7 6 31 31 legs 10 7 4 39 345 11 Tu. 7 2014 27 9 76 9 6 7 3 4 feet 11 8 5 19 346 12 W.17 21 4 27 9 66 10 6 8 41 5 feet morn. 5 59 347|13|Th. 7 22 4 27 9 5 6 11 5 94 53 5hod 0 10 6 38 348 14 Fr. 7 23 4 28 9 56 11 5 10 61 62 h'd 1 11 7 19 349 15 Sa. 7 23 4 28 9 56 11 4 11 773 h'd 2 13. 8 2 350 16 S. 7 24 4 28 9 46 12 4 12 78 81 n'k 3 19 8 50 351 17 M. 7 25 4 29 9 4 6 12 3 13 839i n'k 4 28 9 42 352 18 Tu. 7 25 4 29 9 4 6 12 314 97 10 arm 5 40 10 39 353 19 W. 7 26 4 29 9 3 6 13 2 15 101 101 arm rises 11 39 354 20 Th. 7 26 4 29 9 36 13 20 119 111 br.

4 29 morn. 355 21 Fr. 7 27 4 30 9 36 13 117 11 br. 5 44 0 42 356 22 Sa. 7 274 30 9.3 Inc. 118 01 02 h’rt | 7 2 1 42 35723 S. 7 28 4 31 9 3 0 0 0 19 14 1] h’rt 8 22 2 40 358 24 M. 7 28 4 31 9 300 s. 20 221 h'rt 9 39 3 34

S. 359 25 Tu. 7 29 4 32 9 30 01 21 21 31 bel. 10 53 4 24 360 26 W. 7 29 4 33 9 40 1 122 341 bel. morn. 5 13 361 27 Th. 7 29 4 34 9 50 2 2 23 451 rei. 0 7 6 0 362 28 Fr. 7 30 4 35 950 22 24 52 64 rei. 1 21 6 49 363 29 Sa. 7 30 4 36 9 60 3 3 25 671 sec. 2 35 7 39 364 30 S. 7 30 4 36 9 603 326 781 sec. 3 48 8 31 365 31 M. 7 304 37 9 7 0 4 3 274 88 94 thi. | 4 59 9 26

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