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1874.

OCTOBER, Tenth Month.

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

38.18 7 ö 87 13 7 54 19 10 6 25 12 13 2 3 41 8 6 0 14 8 16 20 10 28 26 12 34 3 4 5

6 23 15 8 38 21 10 49 27 12 54 4 28. 10 6 46 16 9 0 22 11 10 28 13 14 451 11 7 9

9 22 23 11 31 29 13 34
5 14 12 7 31 18 9 44 24 11 52 30 13 64
( Last Quarter, 2d day, 8h. 54m., morning, W.
• New Moon, 10th day, 6h. 17m., morning, E.

First Quarter, 18th day, 8h. 45m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 25th day, 2h. 37m., morning, W.
(Last Quarter, 31st day, 9h. 16m., evening, E.
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Place. 2741 1 Th.5 57 5 42 11 45 3 31|10|21 34 4 br. 9 35 4 50 275 2 Fr. 5 58 5 40 11 42 3 34 11 22 41 5 br. 10 38 5 50 276 3 Sa. 5 59 5 38 11 39 3 37 11 23 52 64 h’rt 11 45 6 48 277) 4 S.6 05 37 11 37 3 39 11 24 7 72 h’rt morn. 7 41 278 5 M. 6 15 35 11 34 3 42 12 25 8 81 l’rty 0 54 8 31 279 6 Tu.6 2 5 33 11 31 3 45 1226 9 91 bel. 2 1 9 16 280 7W. 6 3 5 32 11 29 3 47 12 27 97 107 bel. 3 6 9 59 281| 8 Th. 6 4 5 30 11 20 3 50 12 28 101 102 rei. 4 810 39 282 9 Fr. 6 65 28 11 22 3 54 13 29 117111 rei. 5 10 11 18 283 10 Sa. 6 75 26 11 19 3 57 13 0 117 rei. / sets 11 57 284/11 S.6 85 25 11 17 3 59 13 1 0 04 sec. 5 53 0 38 28512 M. 6 95 23 11 14 4 2 14 2 0f 1 sec. 6 14 1 20 286 13 Tu. 6 10 5 21 11 11 4 5 14 3 17 14 thi. 6 411 2 4 287 14 W. 6 11 5 20 11 94 714 4 2

7 15 2 52 288 15 Th. 6 13 5 18 11 5 4 11.14 5

7 57 3 43 289 16 Fr. 6 14 5 17 11 3 4 13 14 6 37

8 49 4 36 290 17 Sa: 6 15 5 15 11 0 4 16 15 7 4 | 47 kn. 9 51 5 31 291 18 S.6 16 5 14 10 58 4 18 15 8 5 51 legs 11 0 6 26 292 19 M. 16 17 5 12 10 55 4 21 15 9 6 64 legs morn. 7 20 293

20 Tu. 6 18 5 11 10 53 4 23 15 10 7 74 feet 0 14 8 12 294

21W.16 2015 910 49 4 271511 8 87 feet i 30 9 3 295 22 Th 6 215 810 47|4 29|15|12| 88 9hod 2 461 9 53 296 23 Fr. 6 22 5 6 10 444 32 16 13 97 10 li'd 4 310 44 297 24 Sa. 6 23 5 5 10 42 4 34 16 14 104 104 o'k 5 22 11 37 298 25 S. 6 255 310 384 38 16 0 117112 n'k rises morn. 299 26 M. 6 265 2 10 36 4 40 16 16 0 arm 5 46 0 33 300 27 Tu.6 27 5 0 10 33 4 43 16 17 04 1 arm 6 29 1 32 301 28 W. 6 28 4 59 10 314 45 16 18 17 2 arm 7 22 2 34 302 29 Th. 6 29 4 57 10 28 4 48 16 19 21 23 br. 8 25 3 37 303 30 Fr. 6 31 4 56 10 25 4 51 16 20 31 37 br. 9 34 4 39

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From spire and barn looked westerly the patient weathercocks;
But even the birches on the hill stood motionless as rocks.
No sound was in the woodlands save the squirrel's dropping shell,
And the yellow leaves among the boughs, low rustling as they fell.

WHITTIER.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. el

1 Th. ( runs high. Pleasant. No time like these cool days 2 Fr. Length of night 12h. 19m. for out-door work. The hours 3 Sa. 324. Pri Francis Lie- 4th. 6 } C. and the work of harvesting can

are not so long as to tire one out, 4 D 18th Su. af. Tr. Low tides. be put through with all the 5 Mo.640. in Aphelion. strength of body and mind that 6 Tu. Dr. Richardson, lexicographer, died, a man has. They say that forty

aged 91, 1865. 7W. 10 Š ( Vermont legislature meets.

nine is the climacteric of life,

the age when a man reaches the 8 Th. 10th. Wm. H. Seward died, aged 71, 1872.

acme of his bodily and mental 9 Fr. 646. High tides. strength, when he has the great10 Sa. O eclip. ; inyis. at Boston. est amount of reserved power, 11 D

19th Su. af. Tr. (in Apo. and it may be said that this 12 Mo. h stationary. 6 X (.

month is the crowning period of

the year, when the body is the 13 Tu. 10th. Mrs. Parton, better known as Fanny Fern, died, aged 61, 1872.

strongest and the senses most 14 W. 16 PC.

A storm acute. It is a good time to clear 15 Th. 14th. Battle of Hastings, 1066.

up about the walls and the fences, 16 Fr. ( ru. low. Very low tides. to get together all the waste ma

terial about the farm for com17 Sa.

may be expected. posts, to prune apple and other 18 D

20th Su. af. Tr. St. Luke, Evan. fruit trees, to dig potatoes and to 19|Mo. 6 h (.

Dull and cut up the corn. Crowd on the 20 Tu. 23d. $ gr. elongation E.

fattening creatures, too. It is

about the best time of the year 21 W. Rev. Merle D'Aubigne died, aged 78, 1872. to lay on fat, and to build up 22 Th. 8 Wo.

$ 24th. Daniel Webster died, fesh. Isn't it best to look about 23 Fr. 25th. Very high tides. the buildings and see-what re24 Sa. 25th. (in Per, (ecl., vis. pairs may be needed before cold

weather sets in? A shingle here, 25 D 21st. Su. af. Tr. St. Crispin.

a clapboard thiere, a board tacked 26 Mo: # in Aph. 25th. in Aph. on, or a window pane set, will 27 Tu. Surrender of Gew: Bazaine, with 170,000 keep out the cold and so save 28 W. St. Simon and St. Jude.

some fuel. It is a good time to 29 Th. ( runs high.

unsettled

do fall ploughing, and that is not weather.

only a good thing to do in itself,

but it helps on the spring work 31 Sa. All Hallows Eve. Oh O. amazingly. Get ready for winter.

30 Fr.

1874.

NOVEMBER, Eleventh Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

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

148.33 7 16 23 13 18 4 19 19 33 25 20 50 14 52 8 16 41 14 18 20 20 19 47 26 121 1 16 31 9 16 58 15 18 35 21 20 이 27 21 12

29 10 17 15 16 18 50 22 20 13 28 21 23 47 11 17 32 17 19 5 23 20 26 29 21 33

12 17 481 18 19 - 19 24 20 381 30 21 43

New Moon, 9th day, Oh. 50m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 16th day, 9h. 10m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 23d day, Oh. 50m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 30th day, 1h. 45m., evening, W.

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5 Th. 6 38 4 48 10 105 616 26 91 92 rei. 3 2 9 18 3106 Fr. 6 40 4 47 10 75 9 16 27 10 101 rei. 4 3 9 57 311 7 Sa. 6 41 4 46 10 5.5 11 16 28 109 11° sec. 5 4 10 37

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sets 0 2 314 10 Tu. 6 45 4 43 9 58 5 1816 1 01.02 thi. 5 16 0 49 315 11 W. 6 46 4 42 9 56 5 20 16 21 03 1 thi. 5 55/ 1 39 316 12 Th.6 474 41 9 545 22 16 3 13 14 kn. 6 45 2 32 317 13 Fr. 6 49 4 40 9 51 5 25 16 4 21 21 kn. 7 43 3 26 318 14 Sa. 6 504 39 949 5 27 15 5 3 legs 8 49 4 20 319 15 S. 6 51 4 38 9 475 29 15 6 4 legs 9 58 5 13 32016 M. 6 52 4 37| 9 45 5 31 15 7 44 legs 11 10 6 4 321 17 Tu. 6 54 4 361 9 425 34 15 8 54 feet morn. 6 53 32218 W.16 55 4 35| 940 5 36 15 9 60 feet 0 24 7 42 32319 Th. 6 56 4 34 9 385 38 14 10

1 38 8 30 324 20 Fr. 6 57 4 34 9 375 39 14 11 81 8jh'd 2 54 9 20 325 21 Sa. 6 59 4 33 9 34 5 42 14 12 9

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4 12 10 14 326 22 S.7 0 4 32 9 32 5 44 14 13 10 102 u’k 5 33 11 11 327 23 M. 7 14 32 9 315 45 13 0 103 111 arm 6 55 morn. 328 24 Tu.7 24 31 9 29 5 47 13 15 112

0 12 329 25 W. 7 34 31 9 28 5 48 13 16 01 02 br. 6 5 -1 17 330 26 Th.7 54 30 9 25 5 51 12 17 12 17 br. 7 15 2 21 331 27 Fr. 7 64 30 9 24 5 52 12 18 21 21 h’rt 8 26 3 22 332 28 Sa. 17 74 29 9 22 5 54 12 19 3 3} h’rt | 9 37 4 18 333 29 S.7 84 29 9 21 5 55 11 20 4 41 bel. 10 46 5 9

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NOVEMBER bath 30 days.

1874.

W.

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Lord of the harvest! once again
We thank Thee for the ripened grain;
For crops safe carried, sent to cheer
Thy servants through another year;
For all sweet holy thoughts supplied

By seed-time, and by harvest-tide. JOSEPH ANSTICE.
Aspects, • Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 D 1220 Su. af. Tr. All Saints Day. The leaves of the trees come 2 Mo.9 at gr. bril. 1st. Low ti. twirling down through the air till 3 Tu. Length of night 13h. 46m. they find a place to rest on the

ground. They make us feel a 4.W. stat. 3d. State election in Mass. little sad, as if the year were soon 5 Th. 16 i (. Gunpowder Plot, 1605. to close; but there is work to do 6 Fr. 646. {4theogeo. Peabody died, yet, and it's of no use to get into 7 Sa. (in Apogee. OHO.

the dumps. Make the best of a 8 D 230 Su. af. Tr. High tides. vesting of the corn and the roots,

rough month, hurry up the har9 Mo. 6th. Gen. Geo. G. Meade died, 1872. and so get ready to go strongly 10 Tu. 6 $ (.

oth and 10th. Great fire into the winter. Ploughing can

in Boston, loss 11 W. St. Martin. $70,000,000, 1872. be continued through the early 12 Th. ( runs low.

part of the month, often till after d&C.

Thanksgiving, when it will be 13 Fr. 8 in 8.

Fine but cool. time to cover up and protect the 14 Sa. 16 inf. Low tides. strawberry and asparagus beds, 15 D 24th Sun. af. Tr. 6 h c. and to bank up the house. It is 16 Mo.

Signs of a storm. very common to use earth and 17 Tu. { 18th; Great carthquake in North Ameri- sods to bank up around the sills

to keep out the cold, but that is 18 W. 8 in Perihelion. stat. apt to rot and injure the wood19 Th. Look out for a frost. Work, Green pine or hemlock 20 Fr. ll stationary.

boughs, closely pressed down, 21 Sa. WC. 221. Very high ti. well, and better, if the snow,

will keep out the cold just as 22 D 25th Su.af. Tr. St. Cecilia.

when it comes, is shovelled in 23 Mo. 22d. ( in Perigee. ☆ stat. upon them. Don't let the cows 24 Tu. 25th. Gen. Havelock died, aged 62, 1857.

stay out too late on the mowing 25 W. ( runs high.

lots. They are better off in the

barn these cold and blustering 26 Th. $28th.Chevalier Bunsen died, aged 69,

days, and they ought not to run 27|Fr. 29th. Horace Greeley died, aged 64, 1872. on the fall feed, anyhow, so late 28 Sa.

6 HC. Warm and as this. The grass roots need a 29 D Advent Sunday. pleasant.

little covering to protect them 30 Mo. St. Andrew. Mrs. Somerville died, 1872. take it, and it costs more to feed

as much as we do, but the cattle them so than it does in the barn.

1860.

1874.

DECEMBER, Twelfth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d. m. 1 219.52 7 22 40 13' 23 11 19 23 26 25 23 24

22 1 8 22 46 14 23 15 20 23 27 26 23 22 22 10 9 22 52 15 28 18 21 23 27 27 23 20 22 18 10 22 58 16 23 21 22 23 27 28 23 17 22 26 11 23 3 17 23 23 23 23 27 29 23 13 22 33 12 23 7 18 23 25 24 123 26 30 123 9

New Moon, 8th day, 7h. 22m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 16th day, 7h. 40m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 23d day, 0h. 12m., morning, W.
(Last Quarter, 30th day, 9h. 52m., morning, W.

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335| 1 Tu.7 104 28 9 1815 58|11|22| 52 64 bel. morn. 6 37

336 2 W. 7 1114 28 9 1745 59 10123 61 74 rei. 0 53 7 17 337 3 Th. 7 12 4 28 9 16 6 0 10 24 78 8 rei. 1 54 7 56 338 4 Fr. 7 13 4 27 9 14 6 2 10 25 8.1 84 sec. 2 55 8 35 339

5 Sa. 7 14 4 27 9 13 6 3 926 93 92 sec. 3 57 9 16 340 6$.7 15 4 27 9 126 4 92710 101 sec. 5 019 59

341 7M. 7 16 4 27 9 11 6 5 8 28 109 11" thi. | 6 410 45 low 342 8 Tu. 7 17 4 27 9 10 6 6 8 0 111 114 thi.

114 114|thi. | 7 9 11 34 343 9W. 7 18 4 27 9 916 7 7 1 0 kn. sets 0 27 34410 Th 7 1974 27 9 8 6 8 7 2 04 05 kn. | 5 37 1 21 345 11 Fr. 7 2014 27 9 716 9 6 3 1 14 kn. 6 411 2 16 346 12 Sa. 7 21 4 27 9 66 10 6 4 11 2 legs 7 50 3 10 347 13 S. 7 22 4 28 9 66 10 5 5 21 21 legs 9 1 4 1 348|14 M. 7 22 4 28 9 66 10 5 6 3 37 feet 10 13 4 50 349 15 Tu.7 23 4 28 9 56 11 5 7 39 41 feet 11 26 5 37 350 16 W.17 24 4 28 9 46 12 4 81 41 5 h'd morn. 6 24 35|17|Th. 7 244 28 9 4 6 12 4| 9 55 6 hod 0 39 7 11 352 18 Fr. 7 25 4 29 9 4 6 12 3 10 7 n'k 1 52 8 1 353 19 Sa. 7 26 4 29 9 36 13 3 11 8 n'k 3 7 8 55 354 20 S.7 27 4 30 9 36 13 2 12 81 9 arm 4 27 9 52 355 21 M. 7 27 4 30 9 36 13 2 13 93 10 arm 5 49 10 54 356 22 Tu.7 28 4 31 9 3 Inc. 1/14107 11 br. 7 611 59 357 23 W. 7 28 4 31 930 0 10 114 br. 35824 Th. 7 28 4 31 9 30 01 016 0

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6 2 1 3 359 25 Fr. 7 294 32 930 0 S. 17.08 1° h’rt 7 17 2 2 360 26 Sa. 7 29 4 33 9 40 1 118 12 2 h'rt 8 28 2 57 361 27 S. 7 29 5 33 9 40 11/19 21 2ąbel. 9 36 3 46 362 28 M. 7 30 4 34 9 40 1 2 20 31 32 bel. 10 41 4 31 363/29 Tu.7 30 4 35 9 50 2 2|214 44 rei. 11 43 5 13 364 30 W. 7 304 36 9 603 322 41 51 rei. morn. 5 53

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