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O's Declination.

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

1 14 5.28 7 16 20 13 18 1 19 19 30 25 20 47 2 14 48 8 16 37 14 18 16 20 19 44 26 20 59 3 15 6 9 16 54 15 18 32 21 19 58 27 21 10 4 15 25 10 17 11 16 118 47 22 20 111 28 21 21 5 15 43 11 17 28! 17 19 2 23 20 23 29 21 31 6 16 2 12 17 44 18 19 16 24 20 36 30 21 41

(Last Quarter, 5th day, 11h. 30m. evening.
O New Moon, 13th day, Oh. 46m. morning.
> First Quarter, 21st day, lh. 27m. morning.

Full Moon, 28th day, 1h. 54m. evening.

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sou s.sh. m.sh.m. F. A.sh. m. place. Ir. s.sh. m. 1 Mond. 16 55 6,10 1014 56/16/18) 0 20 arms 6 20 1 23 Tues. 6 56 610 84 58 1619 1 6 breast 7 21 2 23 3 Wedn.6 57 610 65 0 16 20 1 54 breast 8 33 3 24 4 Thurs. 6 59 610 25 41621| 2 55 heart 9 47 4 25 5 Friday 7 0 510 05 61622 3 52 heart 5 5 22 6 Satur. 17 15 9 58 5 8 1623 5 1 heart

6 16 7 SUN. 17 2 5 9 56 5 10 16 24 6 7 belly 0 20 7 7 8 Mond. 7 45 9 525 14 16 25 7 22 belly 1 35 7 56 9 Tues. 7 5 5 9 50 5 16 1626 8 31 reins 2 45 843 10 Wedn.7 65 9 485 181627 9 21 reins 3 56! 9 31 11 Thurs. 7 5 9 46 5 2016 28 9 49 secrets 5 0 10 9 12 Friday7 8 5 9 44 5 22 16 29 10 30 secrets 6 1011 01 13 Satur: 7 9 5 9 425 24 16 0 11 23 thighs sets. eve: 3 14 SUN. 7 10 5 9 405 26 15 1 eve. 4 thighs 5 25 0 56 15 Mond. 7 12 5 9 36 5 30 15 20 50 thighs 6 11 1 51 16 Tues. 17 13 5 9 345 32 15 3 1 26 knees 10 2 44 17 Wedn. 7 14 5 9 325 3415 4 2 12 knees 8 15 3 34 18 Thurs.7 15 5 9 305 36|15 5 2 57 legs 9 15 4 22 |19 Friday 7 16 5 9 28 5 38 14 6 3 56 legs 110 16 5 7

20 Satur. 7 17 5 9 265 40 14 7 4 29 feet 11 20 549 21 SUN. 7 18 5 9 245 42 14 8 5 30 feet

6 30 22 Mond. 7 19 5 9 22 5 44 14 9 6 21 feet 0 20 11 23 Tues. 17 20 5 9 205 46 13 10 7 32 head | 22 7 52 24 Wedn. 7 21 5 9 185 48 13 11 8 24 head 2 25 8 36 25 Thurs.7 21 5 9 18 5 48 12 12 9 15 neck 3 30 9 22 26 Friday 7 22 5 9 165 50 12 13 9 57 neck 4 4010 13 27 Satur. 17 23 5 9.145 52 12 1410 48 neck 5 5111 81 28 SUN. 7 24 5 9 1215 54111 0 11 38 arms rises morn. 29 Mond. 17 25 5 9 105 5611 16 morn arms 5 7 0 8 30 Tues. 17 25 5 9 105 56111171 0 16 breast | 6 171 1 11

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See! the desolating frost
Withers every tender flower ;
Nature mourns her beauty lost,

Short-lived beauty of an hour.
A À Courts, Aspects, Holidays,

Farmerie Calendar.
Weather, &c.
1, 21C.C.P. Low. Very fine, Winter draws nigh, and the cat.
2 3 S. J. C. L. Ded. but

tle begin to curl, and post them.

selves on the leeward. Go, tip up 3 4 Full

a load of wood at the door of the 4 57*s sou. lh.cool.) Peri. widow Worthful. What satisfac51 6 middling

tion such a deed must bring to a 6 7 Leon. Hard frost, heart of true charity! Make no 7 C.22d Sun. af. Trin.

fuss about it, for the sake of obtain

ing a puff. Heaven has an eye on 8 2 C. P. Gr'f. but tides. such generous acts, and there is 9 3 S. J. C. L. Sal. S. J. C. something solacing in the reflection 10 4C.C. Edg. fine [N. Bed. that you have essentially afforded 11 5 days. Misty, the biting northwester whistles

comfort to the meritorious, when 12 6 and more uncomfortable through the casements of her old 137 for some 6D shattered mansion. But stay! me. 14 C.23d Sun. af. T. Tides thinks the agricultural critic is up 15 2 C. P. North. 6) 4&h again. “What has this to do with 16 3 S. J. C. Bos. days. fallj“ Much, much, very much," is our

the subject ?" he seems to cry out. 17 4 Finer, and pleasant

answer. A farmer should make it 18 5Gr. earthq. '55. away. his business to cultivate the heart 19 6 for some Apo. and the affections, and see that 2017

there are no foul weeds growing days.

up and clustering there. Must his 121C. 24th Sun. af. Trin.

thoughts be ever engaged about the 122 2 Cecilia. Sign “clods of the valley ?" Is he all 23 37*s rise midn. 6) earthy and mundane ? Certainly of a storm.

not; he has mind, he has soul, he 25 5 Cath. D. Rain,

has feeling; and his opportunities

for improving this superior part of 26 6

if not

Mid.

his being are greater than may be 27 7

at first imagined. All nature is 28 C. 25th Sun. af. Trin.

before him in its beauty and its 29 2 Unusually

tides. majesty. He can contemplate the

works of God, and the various ope30 3 St. Andrew. fine.rations of the kingdoms of creation.

There is no safety in procrastination.

24 4

snow.

O's Declination.

Astronomical Calculations. Days. d. m.,Days.d. m. Days.d. m.(Days.ld. m. Days. d. m. 1 21 S.50 7 122 38

13 23 101 19 23 26 25 23 24 2 22 0 8 22 45 14 23 14 20 23 27 26 23 22 3 22 8. 9 22 51 15 23 17 21 23 27 27 23 201 4 22 16 10 22 57 16 23 20122 123 271 28 23 17 5 22 24 11 23, 2 17 23 23 23 23 271 29 23 14

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(Last Quarter, 5th day, 7h. 32m. morning.
O New Moon, 12th day, 4h. 51m. evening.
> First Quarter, 20th day, 10h. 5m. evening.
• Full Moon, 28th day, 1h. 51m. morning.
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s.sh. m. 1/Wedn.17 26 519 815 58/11/18 1 24/breast 7 35 2 14 2 Thurs.7 27 5 9 66 0 10 19 2 0 heart 8 53 3 151 3 Friday 7 27 59 66 010 201 2 52 heart 10 9 4 12 4 Satur: 7 29 59 46 2 10 21 3 38 belly 11 25 5 4 5 SUN. 7 29 59 26 4 922 4 24 belly

5 54 6 Mond. 7 29 59 26 4 923 5 11 reins 0 3 1 6 41 7 Tues. 17 30 59 06 6 8 24 6 8 reins 1 43 7 28 8 Wedn.7 30 59 06 6 8/25 7 15 secrets 2 55 8 15 9 Thurs. 7 31 5 8 586 8 726 8 30 secrets 4 4 9 4 10 Friday 7 31 58 586 8727 9 43 thighs 5 15 9 55 11 Satar. 7 32 58 56 6 10 6 28 10 38 thighs 6 20 10 48

12 SUN. 7 32 58 566 10 60 11 22 thighs sets. 11 42 13 Mond. 7 32 5 8 566 10 5 1 eve. 5 knees 4 56 eve35 14 Tues. 7 32 58 566 10 5 2 0 46 knees 5 55 1 26 15 Wedn.7 33 5 8 546 12 5 3 1 35 legs 6 0 2 15 16 Thurs.7 33 58 546 12.4 4 2 17 legs 8 1 3 2 17 Friday 7 33 5 8 546 12 4 5 3 4 legs 9 2 3 45 18 Satur. 7 33 5 8 546 12 3 6 3 31 feet 10 3 4 26

19 SUN. 7 33 58 546 12 3 7 4 6 feet 11 5 5 6 120 Mond. 7 33 5 8 54 pinc 2 8 4 29 head

5 47 21 Tues. 17 33 58 540 0 2 9 4 58 head 0 51 6 281 22 Wedn.7 33 5 8 540 0 1 10 5 36 head 1 8 7 111 123 Thurs. 7 33 58 540 0 1 11 6 20 neck 2 12 8 0 24 Friday 7 33 58 540 0 0 12 7 31 neck 3 25 851 25 Satur: 7 33 5 8 540 OS. 131 8 28 arms 4 35 9 45 26 SUN. 7 33 5 8 540 0 1 14 8 54 arms 5 45 10 500 27 Mond. 17 33 58 540 0 1 15 9 45 breast 6 54 11 55 128 Tues. 17 33 58 540 0 2 11 10 breast rises morn. 29 Wedn.7 33 58 540 0 2 17 11 56 heart 6 32 0 58 130 Thurs. 7 32 58 560 2 3 18 eve48 heart 7 52 2 0 31 Friday 7 32 518 5610 21 3191 1 501 belly 9 81 2 56

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As we close this fleeting year,
We
may
with it

pass away ;
Or if we should linger here,

Long we know we cannot stay.-J. W. D.
Courts, Aspects, Holidays,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 41 Grows Pretty > Per. Friends, patrons, and fellow-citi25 much

zens, “time like an Indian arrow 3 6

cooler.

flies, or like a shooting star.” Soon

our pendulum will cease to vibrate! 47 Y'd L rises 7h. high Here we are, around the blazing 5 C. Advent Sun.

Wind

hearth; in pleasant humor, to be 6 2C.P. Ply. & Wor. tides. sure, but old December shakes his 7 31C. C. Nor. and rain,

icicles at us, and tells us that we 84

must prepare for a reckoning. if not

There is no trifling in this matter, 9 5

snow. and it ought to come within the cal. 10 6 Becomes finer. Mid. culations of every son and daugh11 77*s so.10h.20m. 6) ! the first agriculturist that ever

ter of our great ancestor, Adam, 12 c. 2d Sun. in Ad. OOH tasted of the fruits of the earth. 13 2.C.P.Çam.& 6 ) H&h The evenings are now long enough 14 3.C.C. Gf. Clear (N.Bed. to afford us time to examine into |15 4 Wash. d. '99. and tides. our affairs and our doings, that we 16 5 Tea des. Bos. 173.

may be ready, when the clock has

[6 D 8 struck the last click of the old year, 17 6 cold. )Apo. to meet our neighbor and balance 118 7 Thavoy, Low

This is a business that 19C. 3d Sun. in Ad. and bad many are in the habit of dodging, 20 2 C. P. Ips. & Ded. tides. lest, peradventure, there be some

thing to pay. But, pay or no pay, 21 3 St. Tho. travelling.

the custom of doing it is an excel22 4 Fine again, 6 ) # lent thing for peace and good un. 23 5

derstanding in a neighborhood. 246 cold and rough.

Come, Mr. Slackwill, you had bet: |25 7|Christmas. Moderates.

ter be up to the chalk," and see

to the figuring, that there be no 26 C. 1st Sun in Christ.

cause of complaint. 27 2 Not un- Quite 6 Oh Here we come to the toeing-off 28 3 C.C.Sal.&Wr. pleasant of the stocking. To our friends we 29 4C. C. Ded. to the Per. bid a cheerful good-by, and inform

them that, if Providence gives us 30 57*s s. 9h. end of the high leave, we intend to keep up the 311 6 Sylv. year. tides. Per.correspondence.

Gr. fire N. Y.'35.

accounts.

but very

N. B. Courts in Massachusetts, see Calendar pages. *

SUPREME FEDERAL COURT, At Washington, to commence on the second Monday in January annually. Circuit Federal Courts in the first and second E. Circuits.- In Maineat Portland, May 1; and at Wiscasset, October 1. In Nero Hampshireat Portsmouth, May 8; and at Exeter, October 8. In Massachusetts-at Boston, May 15, and October 15. In Connecticut-at Hartford, September 17, and at New Haven, April 13. In Nero York--at New York, April 1, and September 1. In Rhode Island--at Newport, June 15; and at Providence, November 15. In Vermont-at Windsor, May 21, and at Rulland, October 3.8 If any of the days happen on Sundia, the Court is to commence on the Monday following.

District Federal Courts. In the State of Maine-at Portland, the ist Tuesday in June, and ist in December ; and at Wiscasset, the last Tuesday in February, and 2d in September. In Nero Hampshire-at Portsmouth, 3d Tuesday in March and September; and at Exeter, 3d in June and Del cember. In Massachusetts-at Boston, 3d Tuesday in March, and 4th in June, and 1st Tuesday in December and 2d in September. In Connecticut -at Hartford, 3d Tuesdays in May ard November ; and at New Haven, 3d Tuesdays in February and August. In Rhode Island—at Newport and Providence, Ist Mondays in February, May, August and November. In Vermont-at Windsor and Rutland, 6th of October, and on the 24th of May.

* The Municipal Court for the City of Boston is holden at Boston on the 1st Monday of every month. - Police Court every day, at 9 A. M. and 3 P. M. Jus. tices' Court every Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A. M.

Courts in the State of Connecticut. Supreme Court of Errors.-At Hartford, on the 2d Tuesday in June. At New Haven, the 4th Tuesday following the 4th Tuesday in January and October. At New London and Norwich, allernately, 3d Tuesday in July: At Fairfield and

Danbury, alternately, 4th Tuesday in June. At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday in June. Ai Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday in July. At Middlesex and Haddam, alternately, 2d Tuesday in July. At Tolland, the Tuesday after the 4th Tuesday in July.

Superior Courts. - At Hartford, on the last Tuesday in January, and 4th in September; at New Haven, the 4th Tuesday in January and 2d Tuesday in October. At New London, the 2d Tuesday in September. At Norwich, the 3d Tuesday in March. At Fairfield, the Tuesday following the 1st Monday in April. At Danbury, last Tuesday in June and October. At Brooklyn, the 4th Tuesday in January and ist Tuesday in October. At Litchfield, the 3d Tuesdays in February and August. At Middlesex, 4th Tuesday in February: Ai Haddam, 1st Tuesday in June and September. At Tolland, 3d Tuesday in April and October.

County Courts.-At Hartford, the 4th Tuesday in March and 2d in Augus! and November. At New Haven, 3d Tuesday in Mareb and 4th in June and November. At New London and Norwich, alternately. Al New London, 2d Tuesday in June. At Norwich, 2d Tuesdays in February and November. At Fairfield, 1st Tuesday in January. At Danbury, 2d 'l'ues, day in August. At Brooklyn, ist Tuesday in March, 2d in August and December. At Litchfield, 21 Tuesday in April and October, and 3d in December. At Haddam, the Tuesday following the 1st Monday in April. At Middlesex, the 3d Tuesday in October. At Tolland, 4th Tuesday in March ! and August.

Courts in the State of Rhode Island. Supreme Judicial Courts.-A1 Newport, the 1st Monday of March, and the 4th in Aug. Providence, the 3d Mondays of March and Sept: South Kingston, the 2d Monday of May, and 2d November. Bristol, the 2d Mon. days in March and September. East Greenwich, 1st Monday in April, and last in November.

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