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Farmer's Calendar. 1D Septuages. Sun. Hi. lides. LET the winds whistle and 2 Mo.Punica. of V. Mary. Candicmas Day, sweep over the plain. We can 3 Tu. 2d. 6 O slip. Cold. plan and lay out the work of the farm just as well now as any time, 4W. Length of night 13h. 52m. and make up our minds what is 5 Th. ( in Apogee. 6 4 6 to be done. To be sure there is 6 Fr. 31st. M. F. Maury, well-known maritime little to do but to look after the 7 Sa. in Aph. {$the Aspasseinmoot Lord good of the stock, and to see that Mayu, governor gen of the woodpile is kept up. We 8 D Serages. Sun. Hindi cuma must keep the pot boiling, you 9 Mo.101h, Queen Victoria married, 1840. know; and then there is such a 10 Tu. Very low tides., Expect confort in a good lot of well dried wood in the shed! It adds to the 11 W. {Ampelndicates the throne of 12 Th. Kant, the celebrated philosopher, d., 1804. So now we can reckon up a little, joys of home on a winter's day. 13 Fr. ( runs low. a N.E. storm and see where we are likely to 14 Sa. St. Valentine. of snow with come out. Let us bring all the 15.D Quinq.or Shrobe 8.6 h c. mind and thought we can to our 16 Mo. 68 (Eng and the U. S., rat. 1815. we can bring to bear. There is 17th. Treaty of peace betw. work, and put into it all the skill 17 Tu. Shrove Tues. (in Per. 6$ ( little in luck, much in skill, on 18 W. Ash Wed., Lent beg. Very bigh ti. the farm. Lucky men are those 19 Th. 16 80 sleet, and that use their brain power. Noth20 Fr. 6. 22072ABLINGTON BORN, ing like brains in our work. We 21 Sa. 220: Rev, Sidney Smith; celeb. author, don't give thought enough, or divine, and wit, died, 1845. bring the mind down to it after 22 D ist Sun. in Lent. 8 in 8. the manner of business men. 23 Mo. 6.8 o sup. {Jodie uity Adams Get and read the best books about 24 Tu. St, Matthias. cold and drift- every branch of farm work. 25 W. (runs high. Good books stir up thought, and ing winds. lead us to higher aims and more 26 Th. Low tides. skilful methods; and now is the 27 Fr. 8 in Per. 28then Banda omena: 59 time to use them. They are 28 Sa. 16 w C. Nat'l Thanksg, in Eng. for helps, and they ought to make us recov. of Pr of Wale«, 72. viser and better. Above all, let us be prompt, prudent, hopeful, temperate, generous, and honest, and do our best to leave the world better than we found it. 1874. MARCH, Third Month. @'s Declination. Astronomical Calculations. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. 1 78.27 7 5 9 13 2 48 19 0 26 25 1 7 4 8 4 45 14 2 24 20 OS. 2 26 2 6 41 9 4 22 15 2 0 21 OX.22 27 6 19 10 3 59 16 1 37 22 0 45 28 3 5 55 11 3 35 17 1 13 23 1 29 3 5 32 12 3 11 18 0 49 24 1 33 30 3 56 20 43 7 20 63 O Full Moon, 3d day, Oh. 37m., morning, W. (Last Quarter, 11th day, 4h. 50m., morning, E. New Moon, 18th day, Oh. 18m., morning, E. D First Quarter, 24th day, 5h. 47m., erening, E. Co 1S. 6 355 50, 11 15 2 12 13 13 101,11 bel. 6 19 11 36 61 2 1. 6 34 5 51 11 17 2 14 12 14 111 112 bel. rises morn. 62 3. Tu. 6 32 5 53 11 212 13 12 0 11 bel. 6 24 0 18 63 4V. 6 31 5 54 11 23 2 20 12 16 0:rei. 7. 24 0 58 64 5 Th. 6 295 55 11 262 23 12 17 1 rei. 8 25 1 37 65 Fr. 6 275 56 11 29 2 26 11 18 11 sec. 9 26 2 17 66 7 Sa. 6 26.5 57 11 312 23 11 19 24 sec. 10 28 2 57 678 S. 6 245 59 11 352 32 11 20 2120 sec. 11 33 3 39 68 9 M. 6 22 6 011 38 2 35 11 21 3 3:1 hii. morn. 4 24 69 10 Tu. 6 21 6 1 11 402 37 10 22 38 41 thi. | 0 39 5 13 70 11 W. 6 19 6 2 11 43 2 40 10 23 48 57 kn. 1 44 6 6 7. 12 Th.s 176 811 462 43 10 24 5 6 kn. 6.1 kn. 2 46 7 2 72 13 Fr. 6 16 6 511 492 46 10 25 68 71 kn. 3 428 1 73 14 Sa 16 14 6 6 11 52 2 49 9 26 72 81 legs 4 30 9 0 74 15 S. 6 12 6 7 11 53 2 52 927 82 91 legs 5 9 9 58 75 16 M. 6 10 6 8 11 58 2 55 928 9 10 feet 5 41 10 53 76 17 Tu. 6 9 6 9 12 0 2 57 829 101 11 feet sets 11 47 27 18 W.6 76 10 12 3 3 080 111 112 li'd 7 0 0 39 78 19 Th.6 56 11 12 63 3 8 1 8 20 1 31 79 20 Fr. 6 36 12 12 9 3 6 8 2 0.3 1 n'k 9 39 2 2.1 So 21 Sa. 16 6 14 12 123 9 7 3 11 2 u’k 10 58 3 19 81 22 S. 606 1512 15 3 12 7 41 21 21 arm morn. 4 15 82 23 M. 5 58 6 16 12 18 3 15 7 5 34 32 arm 0 15 5 13 83 24 T'u. 5 56, 6 17 12 21 3 18 6 6 43 br. 1 24 6 11 84 25 W. 5 55 6 18 12 233 20 6 7 2 24 7 7 85 26 Th. 5 536 19 12 26 3 23 6 8 7 h'rt 3 13 8 0 86 27 Fr. 5 51 6 20 12 293 26 5 9 87 h’rt 3 52 8 49 87 28 Sa. 5 506 21 12 313 28 5 10 87 9h'rt 4 24 9 35 88 29 S. 5 486 23 12 35 3 32 511 91 10 bel. 4 50 10 17 89 30 M. 5 46 6 24 12 38 3 35 4 12 104 104 bel. 5 10 10 58 01 h'd 52 br. D. M. D. W. 13 Fr. {\sin Italy, 1873. Aspects, Holidays, Events, Farmer's Calendar. À Weather, &c. 1 D 20 Su. in Lent. St. David. THERE is no other month like this. 2 Mo. gr. elong. E. High tides. Cold, sleet, rain, snow, and sunshine. But we must make 3 Fu. Length of night 12h. 38m, the best of it. There is the cel4 W. 164 C. Raw and lar to be cleaned out. Might as 5 Th. C in Apogee. blustering well do it now as any time, and 6 Fr. 5th. Rev. T. Starr King died in Cali- a great deal better than put it off fornia, 1861. 7 Sa. weather, with rain till the spring work begins to press. If any of the roots or the 8.D 30 Sunday in Lent. cabbages are likely to rot, get 9 Mo. Chandler Kugler, som er en Eng, author them out. Sort over the potatoes 10 Tu. State election in New Hampshire. or for planting. 11 W. Mazzini, Italian politician, died, 1872. casks and tubs, and put every• 12 Th. (ru. low. Very low tides. beef and pork are packed all safe thing to rights. See that the 15th. Bishop Mcllvaine, of Ohio, died, to keep into hot weather. Sweep 14 Sa. 6 h ({6th . The pro. mr., f, Fisse off the cobwebs dangling here 15 D 4th Su. in Lent. 788. and there, and whitewash the walls and timbers. The bottoni 16 Mo. 17th. Days and nights nearly equal. ought to be hard and smooth, and 17 Tu. St. Patrick. 840. 6 $(often swept. The health of the 18 W. (io Per. 6 D. 6! ( folks up stairs depends a great 19|Th. | (. [6$ inf. deal on the sweetness of the cel20 Fr. 8 in 8. O ent. 90. SPRING lar at this season of the year. { BEGINS. You can't be too careful about the 21 Sa. St. Benedict. Very high tides. drains and the ventilation. The 22 D Passion Su. 20th. 6 c. hen-house needs cleaning now. 23 Mo. 24th. Louis Philippe's widow died, 1866. Eggs, and hens too, will be scarce 24 Tu. ( runs high. if you let the lice get the upper hand. Wash all the roosts with 25 W. Annunciation, or Lady Day. hot water and soap suds, and pour 26 Th. Seasonable weather. it into every crack and cranny. 27 Fr. 6 # (. Very low tides. It is a good plan to rub a little 28 Sa. War with Russia declared by Eng., 1854. grease under the wings and over 29 D Palm Sunday. Fine. the head of fowls to keep off the vermin. Sow clover seed on the 30 Mo. 29th. Swedenborg died, 1772. fall-sown lots at the rate of ten 31|Tu. 646. stationary. Ipounds to the acre. snow. 1874. APRIL, Fourth Month. O's Declination. Astronomical Calculations. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. id. m. Days. d. m. 4N.401 7 6 57 13 9 10 19 11 17 25 13 17 5 3 8 7 19 14 9 31 20 1137 26 13 37 5 26 7 42 15 53 21 11 58 27 13 56 5 49 10 8 4 16 10 lt 22 12 18 28 14 15 11 11 8 26 17 10 35 23 12 38 29 14 34 6 34 12 8 48 18 11 56 24 12 58 30 14 52 Full Sen, 1D's D Day of the Year. Day of Month. Day of the Week. Rises. h. m. h. ung & Boston. Morn| Even Slow Moon't Place. Rises. h. m. O Full Moon, 1st day, 6h. 35m., evening, E. (Last Quarter, 9th day, 5h. 36m., evening, W. New Moon, 16th day, 9h. 8m., morning, E. First Quarter, 23d day, 7h. 19m., morning, E. Length Day's D Sets. of Days. lucre. South.. m. .. h. m. 911 1 W. 15 436 26/12 43|3.404|0 113 114 rei. 6 17 morn. 922 Th.5 416 27 12 463 43 4 15 0 rei. 7 19 9 16 93 3 Fr. 5 39 6 28 12 493 46 316 01 04 sec. 8 21 0 56 94 4 Sa. 5 376 29 12 523 49 317 1 17 sec. 9 24 1 37 95 59.5 366 30 12 543 51| 3|18 14 thi. 10 29 2 21 961 6 M. 5 346 31 12 57 3 54 2 19 2 2 |thi. |11 35 3 9 97 7|Tu.5 326 33 13 13 58 2 20 23 34 |thi. norn. 4 0 93 8 W. 5 316 3113 34 0 2 21 31 4 kn. 0 381 4 54 99 9|Th5 296 3513 64 3| 2|22 4}} 5 kn. .1 35 5 51 100 10 Fr. 5 28 6 36 13 8 4 5 1 23 51 6 legs 2 24 6 48 10111 Sa. 5 266 37 13 11 4 8 124 74 legs 3 6 7 44 102 12 S.15 246 38 13 14 4 11 1/25 8 feet 3 39 8 39 10313 M. 5 22 6 3913 17 4 14 0 26 81 9 feet 4 7 9 32 10414 Tu. 5 216 40 13 19 4 16 027 9 93 h'd 4 32 10 23 10315 W. 5 19 6 41 13 22 4 18 F. 28 101 103 h'd 4 56 11 15 10616 Th.5 18 6 42 13 24 4 21 0 11 11 11j n'k sets 0 0 10717 Fr. 5 166 44 13 28 4 25 1 1 O n'k 8 301. 1 2 108/18 Sa. 5 14 6 45 13 31 4 28 1 2 01 1 Jarm 9 50 1 59 109 19 S 5 13 6 46 13 33 4 30 1 3 11 13 arm 11 6 2 59 11020 M. 5 116 47 13 36 4 33 1 4 21 21 br. morn.l. 3 59 I1121 Tu. 1016 48 13 384 35 1 5 33 br. 0 13 4 57 11222 W. 5 86 49 13 41 4 38 2 6 4 47 br. 1 9 5 53 11323 Th.5 716 50/13 43 4 40 2 7 53 h’rt 1 53 6 45 114/24 Fr. 5 56 51 13 46 4 43 2 81 61 60 h'rt 2 26 7 32 115 25 Sa. 5 46 5213 48 4 45 2 91 71 72 bel. 2 541 8 16 116 26 S.5 216 54 13 52 4 49 2 10 81 82 bel. 3 16 8 57 117 27 M. 5 116 55 13 54 4 51 311 9 91 rei. 3 34 9 37 1828 Tu.5 06 56 13 56 4 53 312 99 104 rei. 3 53 10 15 11929 W. 4 58 6 57 13 59 4 563 13 104 104 rei. 4 11/10 55 D. M. D. W. S State election in Rhode Island trees. Aspects, Holidays, Events, Weather, &c. Farmer's Calendar. 11W. IC in Apogee. It is about tiine to be getting the 2 Th. 8 in 8. { lng prea and auth., d., 1872: $1st. Rev. 1. D. Maurice, cel garden ready and to set out fruit 3 Fr. Good Friday. Slåt. Simr Atlantic wrc., 73; Aren't you sorry now that more than 60 lives lust. you didn't set out a few pear 4 Sa. Length of night 11h. 7m. trees, a few cherry trees, a few 5 D Easter Sun. [High tides. currant bushes, and such like, 6 Mo. State election in Connecticut. ten years ago ? The quicker you Variable 7 Tu.699 Turn set about it the better. over a new leaf. Look out for 8 W. ( runs low. weather. the future, and let the dead past 9 The 10th. Ilon. Thos. H. Benton died, 1858. take care of itself. If you made 10 Fr. Very low tides. Fine. a mistake ten years ago, correct 11 Sa. 6 hc. {Genre Caubytreacherously it'now. Go on with the ploughing 12 D Low Sun. [Rewir die u gume Jud- as soon as the land is dry enough to crumble down in the furrow. 13 Mo. W stat: Mauro come without any others. Col. Clean out all ditches and drains. 14 Tu. 6 § (. 15th.$ yr.elon.W. Go over the pastures and mowing 15 W. Cin Per. Abraham Lincolo died, lots with the beetle or maul, and 16 'Th. W c. oecl., inv. at Bos. ile. See that the seeds, 80 soon scatter all the droppings of cat17 Fr. 690.68 (. to be needed, are on hand and all 18 Sa. 6 Wo. Very high tides. right. Fork over the manure 19 D 20 Sunday after Easter. under the barn. The finer the 20 Mo. 1:th. Battle of Lexington, 1775. compost the better. Mix up ma21 Tu. ( runs high. nures and keep things stirring. Expect The hens ought to be set now, or 22 W. 18th. Baron Liebig, celeb. else your chickens will be late, 23 Th. St. George. 6 W (. storm. and it's the early chickens that 24 Fr. 2th. Cowper died, 1800. pay best. Set two or three bens 25 Sa. St. Mark. 26th. Very low ti. on the same day, if you can, and then you can put two or three 26 D 30 Sun. af. East. OO. broods together, and save time. 27 Mo. ( iu 8. Set hens on the ground, or else, 28 Tu. ( in Apogee. Pleasant. if you can't do this, put three 29 W. Mucready, the English actor, died, 1873, inches of earth or a sod under 30 Th. James Bronks, M. C., and editor New the eggs. Fill up the month with York Express, died, 1873. April duties, and pray for a blessing on the opening season. chemist, died, 1878. a « ElõzõTovább »