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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 W.18 hc. {24f Homeopathy, d., 1843.

Can you say, with Shakespeare, 2 Th. L, of ni't 8h.48m. Hi.tides.“ I am a true laborer. I earn that 3 Fr. lo in Apogee.

I eat, get that I wear, owe no inan

Frequent hate, envy no man's happiness, 4/Sa. INDEPENDENCE DAY.

am glad with erery man's good, 5 D 5th Su. after Tr. 6 80. and content with my own farm "? 6 Mo. (in Perigee. showers That has the true ring, and that is 7 Tu. 6 G.

with thunder the spirit that ought to be put in

to this hot hay month. No time 8 W. Low tides.

and
to lose now.

If you got at the 9 Th. $ in Aphelion. { Zaroor Aaylor

haying last month, you can spare 10 Fr. nth. Peace of Villafranca, 1859. a day or two, now and then, to 11 Sa. 18 stationary.

So. lightning. bring up the horing.

.you

have two strings to your bow. 12 D 6th Su. af. Tr. (ru. high.

Small grains need looking after. 13 Mo. 61 ( 12th. High tides. The oats begin to whiten on the 14 Tu. 6 8( 6(

light stem as they hang like rain15 W. St. Swithin.

Very hot drops in the air, the rye is getting 16 Th. C.

and yellow, and ready for the cradle,

while the wheat and the barley, 17 Fr. Middle of July to end of August good

with their dull green and their 18 Sa. 1646. He died, 1872.

Juarez, President of Mex- swelling ears, begin to nod be19 D 7th Sund. after Trinity. fore the breeze that sweeps over 20 Mo. St. Margaret. Cin Apogee.

them. They must not get too

ripe. Cut them while still a little 21 Tu. 20th. Very low tides.

green, and the grain is better and 22 W. St. Mary Magdalene.

heavier. These grains ought to 23 Th. OVO. uncomfortable be cut about ten days before they 24 Fr.

$ 25th." Dog Days are quite ripe. Celery can be died, 1862. 25 Sa. St. James. 6 X o inf.

set out now, and if you cover the

plants to shield them from the 26 D 8th Sund. after Tr. St. Anne.

sun, they will make out to pull 27 Mo. 26th. ( runs low. through. Set out cabbage plants, 28 Tu. 29ih. 6 8 .

weather, also, and let them go into and fill 29 W. 6 hl. with frequent up every nook and corner of

They are first rate 30 Th. 29th. Wilberforce died, 1833.

for 'stock. Sow turnip seed 31 Fr. Very bigh tides. showers. where the early pease grew.

time to bud fruit trees.

Martin Van Buren

BEGIN.

spare land.

1874.

AUGUST, Eighth Month.

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O's Declination.

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

1 171.58 7 16 22 13 14 36 19 12 42 25 10
2 17 43 8 16 5 14 14 18 20 12 22 26 10
3 17 27 9 15 48 15 13 59 21 12 2 27 9
4 17 11 10 15 30 16 13 40 22 11 42 28 9
5 16 55 11 15 12 17 13 21 23 11 22 29 9

16 39 12 14 54 18 13 2 24 11 1 30 8

41 20 59 38 16 55.

( Last Quarter, 4th day, 6h. 3m., evening, E.

New Moon, 11th day, 11h. 16m., evening, W.

First Quarter, 20th day, 2h. 8m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 27th day, 8h.-44m., morning, W.

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214 2 S. 4 53 7 18 14 25'0 51 620 21 22 l’d 9 54 3 40 diabox ||215 3 M. 4 54 7 17 14 23 0 53 621 3 3.] u’k 10 18 4 28

216 4 Tu. 4 55 7 16 14 21 0 55 622 4 41 v’k 10 45 5 18 Darb4214-5 W. 4 56 7 14 14 18 0 58 623 5 51 n'k |11 17 6 10

218 6 Th.4 577 13 14 161 0 6 24 6 6 arm 11 58 7 6 219 7 Fr. 4 58 7 12 14 14 1 2 5 25 71 arm morn. 8 3 220 8 Sa. 4 59 7 11 14 12 1 4 526 81 82 br. 049 92 221 98.5 17 9 14 81 81 5 27 91 92 br. 1 49 10 1 222 10 M. 5 27 8 14 61 105 28 104 10.1 h'rt 2 56 10 56 223 11 Tu.5 37 7 14 41 12 50 11 111 h'rt 4 611 48 224 12 W. 5 47 5 14 11 15 5 1114 - bel. sets 0 36 225 13 Th.5 57 413 59 1 17 5 2 0 03 bel. 8 10 1 20 226 14 Fr. 5 67 213 56 1 20 4 3 0f 11 bel. 8 28 2 2 227 15 Sa. 5 77 113 541 22 4 4 11 12 rei.

13 14 rei. 8 46 2 42 228 16 S.5 87 0 13 521 24 4 5 2

2} rei.

9 4 3 21 229 17 M. 5 9 6 58 13 49 1 27 4 6 29 3 sec. 9 23 4 1

230 18 Tu. 5 10 6 57 13 471 29 4 7.31 31 sec. 9 441 4 42 Io Portoro | 231 19 W. 5 116 55 13 44 1 32 3 8 441 sec. 10 10 5 26

232 20 Th.5 126 5413 421 34 8 9 44 | 5 |thi. 10 42 6 14 Je || 233 21 Fr. 5 136 52 13 391 37 3 10 5 6ị thi. 11 24 7 6

234 22 Sa. 5 14 6 50 13 36 1 40 311 61 74 kn. morn. 8. 1 235 23 S. 5 15 6 49 13 34 1 42 212 73 kn. 0 16 8 58 236 24 M. 5 16 6 47 13 31 1 45 2 13 81 91 legs 1 19 9 56 237 25 Tu.15 17 6 46 13 29 1 47 2 14 9 10 legs 2 31 10 54 238,26 W. 5 186 44 13 26 1 50 2 15 101 102 legs rises 11 48 239 27 Th.5 19 6 42 13 23 1 53 10111111 feet

7 11 morn. 240 28 Fr. 15 21 6 41 13 20 1 56 117 0 feet 7 34 0 41 241 29 Sa. 5 22 6 39 13 17|1 59 118 01 0g hd 7 57 1 32 242 30 S. 5 236 38 13 152 16 019 1 14 h'd 8 21 2 22

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AUGUST hath 31 days.

1874.

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White with its sun-bleached dust, the pathway winds
Before me ; dust is on the shrunken grass,
And on the trees beneath whose boughs I pass ;
Frail screen against the Hunter of the sky.

WHITTIER,

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

sure.

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1 Sa. Lammas Day. ( in Perigee. This is the great month for the

The hot nights 2 D 9th Sund. after Trinity. growth of corn.

of July and August make the crop 3 Mo. 6 O. 8 ho. 6Vc.

I hope you don't give up 4 Tu. W stationary. 8 stationary. the corn crop. Did you ever 5 W. Length of night 9h. 43m. think what a universal food it is? 6 Th. iransfiguration. Hot and cows and calves, oxen, horses 7 Fr. Low tides. şirthRev. Adoniram and colts, pigs and poultry, and

even dogs like it when it is fixed 8 Sa. ( runs high. dusty right. It is good in brown brend,

9 D 10th Sund. after Trinity. Indian puddings, corn cakes, corn 10 Mo. St. Lawrence. 6$ (.do . fritters, corn starch, and a thou11 Tu. 6( emason died, uyed sand other forms; and then the

leaves are eaten by cattle, and 12 W. Ó ! 4. High tides.

when dried, leaves and husks 13 Th. 8 greatest elongation W. make the best of paper, for 14 Fr. Şisel andartha Greater the oth 1. ape which they are getting to be very

Such a crop as 15 Sa. 1SSURptiJA of V. Mary. 64 (largely used. 16 D 11th Sun. after Tr. in 8. that ought to be taken care of,

kept clear of weeds, hoed and 17 Mo.C in Apogee. 8 in 8. tended. It is the king of cereals, 18 Tu. 6 18. died, aged 0:1, 1870.

14th. Admiral burragut with its royal banner and its silk. 19 W. Very low ti. 15th. 60 C. en tassels to hout. Plough and 20 Th. exch. Emperor of Austria born, 1. 3).

lay down lands. Do the work

well. Put on nianure as long as it 21 Fr. 16 H 8. Showery. Insts. If you turn over the sod 22 Sa. 8 in Perihel. 6 $ . deeply you get a fine lot of 23 D 12th u. af. Tr. (ru. Jow. mould or loan for the mellowing 24 Mo.st. Eartnclomew.

Signs of

of the harrow and the formation

of a good seed-bed. With a lit25 Tu. 16 h ( Faraday died, 1867.

tle fine manure harrowed in, the 26W. Louis Philippe died, 1850. of a seed will start quickly and get a 27 Th. 29th. Very high tides. good growth before the snow 28 Fr. st. Augustine.

storm, with ties, and then it stands the win

ter better. This is the month 29 Sa. eh ad. of St. John Baptist. (in Per.

for budding. Let the boys try it 30 D 13th Sun. after Trinity.

on apples, peaches, pears, and 31 Mo. 6 WC

high wind.plums.

1874.

SEPTEMBER, Ninth Month.

Astronomical calculations.

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O's Declination.

Days. Id. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.

83.11 7 6 58 13 8 42 19 1 22 25 0 68 7 50

5 36 14 3 18 20 0 69 26 1 21 7 28

13 15 2 55 21. 0 36 27 1 45 7 5 10 4 50 16 2 32 22 ON.12 28 2 8 6 43 11 4 27 17 2 9 23 Os.111 29 2.81 6 21 12 4 5 18 46 24 0 34 30 2 55

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(Last Quarter, 3d day, Oh. 10m., morning, E.

New Moon, 10th day, 1h. 26m., evening, W.

First Quarter, 18th day, 6h. 21m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 25th day, 5h. 22m., evening, E.

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2441 1 Tu. 5 256 34 13 92 70 21 21 34u'k | 9 19 4 6 245 2 W. 15 26.6 33 13 72 9 1122 33 44 arm 9 58 5 1 246 3 Th. 5 27 6 31 13 42 12 1 23 41 54'arm 10 46 5 58 247 4 Fr. 5 28 6 29 13 1 2 15 124 57 64 br. 111 42 6 57 248 5 Sa. 15 29 6 27 12 58 2 18 1 25 74 br. morn.

7 56 249 6S. 5 30 6 26 12 56 2 20 2 26 87 87 h'rt 0 46 8 52 250 7 M. 5 31 6 24 12 53 2 23 2 27 91 9j b'rt 1 54 9 44 251 8 Tu. 5 32 6 22 12 50 2 26 2 28 10 107 h’rt 3 4 10 33 252 9 W. 5 336 21 12 48 2 28 329 109 111 bel. 4 10 11 18 253 10 Th. 5 34 6 19 12 45 2 31 30 11111 bel. sets 0 0 254 11 Fr. 5 35 6 17 12 42 2 34 4.1 04 rei. | 6 52 0 40 255 12 Sa. 5 366 15 12 392 37 4 2 0 0 rei. 7 10 1 19 256 13 S. 5 37 6 14 12 372 39| 4 3 1 14 rei. 7 28 1 58 257 14 M. 5 38 6 12 12 34 2 42 5 4 14 2 sec. 7 47 2 39 253 15 Tu. 5 39 6 10 12 31 2 45 5 5 21 21 sec. 8 10 3 22 259 16 W. 5 40 6 8 12 28 2 48 5 6 20 31 thi. 8 40 4 8 200 17 Th.5 41 6 7 12 262 50 6| 7 34 33 thi. 9 17 4 57 261 18 Fr. 5 43 6 5 12 22 2 546 8 41 41 thi. 10 3 5 49 262 19 Sa. 5 446 312.19 2 57 6 9 5 kn. 11 0 6 45 263 20'S. 5 456 112 16 3 0 710 61 6kn. morn. 7 41 264 21 M. 5 46 5 59 12 13 3 3 ? 11 71 7 legs 18 38 265 22 Ca. 5 475 58 12 11 3 5 7 12 8 8 legs 1 21 9 33 266 23 W. 5 48 5 56 12 8 3 8 8 13 91 92 feet 2 39 10 26 267 24 Th. 5 495 5412 5 3 11 8 14 10 101 feet 3 57 11 18 268 25 Fr. 5.50 5 5212 2 3 14 80 109 11+ b'd

5 15 morp. 269 26 Sa. 5 515 51 12 03 16 916 111 h'd rises o 9 270 27 S. 5 52 5 49 11 57 3 19 917 007 n'k 6 481 1 1 271 28 M. 15 53 5 47 11 543 22 9 18 03 14 n'k 7 17 1 54 272 29 Tu.15 545 45 11 51 3 25/10 19 18 2 arm 7 53 2 51

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SEPTEMBER hath 30 days.

1874.

Then step by step walks Autumi,

With steady eyes, that show
Nor grief nor fear, to the death of the year,

While the equinoctials blow.

MISS MULOCH.

D. M.

D.W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Tu. State election in Vermont

If you didn't get ready to sow 2 W. Surrender of Napoleon and his army at grass seed last month, the quicker 3 Th. Length of night 10h. 52m. want to keep land in grass for

it is done now the better. If you 4 Fr. ( runs high.

hay, about the best crop in New 5 Sa. Low tides. {DOS. DAYS England at the present time, it

6 D 14th Sund. after Trinity. can be ploughed up and re-seeded || 7 Mo. 6 8 0 sup. 6 W (:

now, and if the work is well

done, as it ought to be, success is 8 Tu. Nativity of V. Mary. 6 (. almost certain. But grass seed 9W. 10th. Judge Story died, 1845.

sown on land newly broken up 10 Th.6 (. High tides, ought to have the use of a libera) 11 Fr. Pleasant weather. top-dressing of manure to give it

I like to seed in 12 Sa. 64 C. {Rishop of Masso, J., 1872.o the fall. That is the time that 13 D 13th Su. af. Tr. ( iu Apo. nature seems to have marked

14 Mo. 69(. Putem of Wellington died, out. The seed ripens and falls, | 15 Tu.

Signs of a storm. in some cases to start at once 16 w. $17th Walter Savage Landor died, aged into a new life, in others to lie {

and wait for the winter to pre17 Th. Battle of Antietam, 1862

pare it for germination in the 18 Fr. Very low tides. Cool. spring. Fall sowing will do bet19 Sa. ( runs low.

ter, as a rule, than spring, though

in both seasons we have some 20 D 16th Su.af. Tr. & in Aph. 21 Mo. St. Matthew. 6 $ 4.6h ( tuo, ought to go in now,

risks to run. The winter grains,

but they 22 Tu. Day, and nights nearly equal. would have done a little better

23 W. ent. - AUTUMN BEGINS. if they had been sown last month. 24 Tb. { phearer Dieter artwright, Methodist Thin out and weed the turnips, 25 Fr. 8 in 9.

and keep the soil loose about

You can set out straw26 Sa. ( in Per. Very high tides. berry plants now with success, 27 D 17th Su. af. Tr. 6WG. though the spring is better for 28 Mo. 29th. Rev. Dr. Francis Vinton died, 1872. this work. If you are to fatten 29 Tu. Michaelmas Day. gr. elong. E. any stock this fall, by all means

begin now. Cattle gain faster 30 W. St. Jerome. an easterly storm. now, on the same feed, than they

will when it gets to be colder.

89, 1864.

Look out for them.

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