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Devil blows the coals.

Now leave the scenes of pampered wealth,

Nor breathe the city's noxious air ;
And seek for vigor and for health

In verdant fields and woodlands fair.
Courts, Aspects, Holidays,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 3C. C. Ply. Signs

If the man is fire and the woman tow, the 24 Com. V. Uni. of rain.

Thunder, how tremendous ! and 3 5 Com. Wash. Col.

lightning, how terrific ! See it flash; 46 Cooler 6 Do hear it crack through the welkin! 51 77*s rise 11h. and Yet, "gun, drum, trumpet, blunder6 A./sth Sun. af. Tr. fine. way of annoyance, compared to the

buss and thunder” are naught by 71 2 Low 6 D h tongue of Xantippe in a rage. My 8 3 Good

good brother farmers and darling 9 4

hay housewives, see that you keep clear 10 5 weather for 6 D4

of the devil'in this respect. Should 11 6 Com. Mid. Col. tides. reins of passion, and are run away

it ever be the case that you lose the 127 some days. with, finding yourselves hemmed in 13 A. 9th Sun.af. T. Change-by a thousand combustibles, then is 14 2.C.P.Gr'f. able and dull. the time to cry—“Hush, Sparkle !

back, Star! steady there, both Light15 3 Some rain.

Dapo. foot and Lily!" lest the busy old 164 Thunder 8 0 4 author of all jar and jangle come 17/ 5 Com. Wm. & Yale C. along with his friction match and 1816

be showers. blow you sky high. Let "

"peace

within thy walls” at all times, if 19 7 Jupiter sou. 11h. 47.

thou wouldst enjoy prosperity. 120/A. 10h Sun. af. Tr. Mid.

The thunder is, indeed, tremen21 2C.P.North.Cam. & Ply. dous, and the lightning terrific, but, 22 3 tides. Fine and nevertheless, they have their impor23 4 Dr. Her.d.1822. sultry.

tant uses in nature, uses for man 24 5 Com.Cam.Col. 6 D. from atmosphere, as well as earth.

too. The plants we cultivate draw 251 6 Unsettled High Are not those broad leaves made for 26 77*s rise 9h.36. weather. the purpose of taking nourishment? 27 A. 11th Sun. af.Tr. ) per. time we reflect, and contemplate the

Must all come from the root? It is 25 2 St. Augus. tides.

admirable wisdom of the Creator. 29 3 Grows much Let the farmer cast his eye upon his 301 4

finer. bounteous vegetation, that springs 31 5l Jupiter sou. 10h. 50. so profusely all around him.

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©'s Declination.

1843.

SEPTEMBER, ninth Month.

Astronomical Calculations. Days.Ja. m.Days.d. m. Days. d. m. Days.d. m. Days. d. 1 8 N. 26 7 6 14 13 3 57 19 1 39| 25

8 4 8 5 51 14 13 34 20 1 15 26 1
17 43 95 28 15 3 11 21 0 52 27 1

21 10 15 6 16 2 48 22 10 28 28 1
581 11 4 43 17 2 25 23 10 5 29 12
36 12 4 2018 2 2 24 10 S. 18 30 2

42

5. 29 52 15 39

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D. M.

D. W.

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First Quarter, Ist day, Oh. 38m. morning.
O Full Moon, 8th day, 2h. 13m. evening.
(Last Quarter, 16th day, 6h. 29m. evening.

New Moon, 23d day, 6h. 9m. evening.
First Quarter, 30th day, 9h. 27m. morning.
L. D. D.DEC. F.SEA.

's s.sh. m. lh. m. F. \h. m. PLACE. r. s.h. m. 1 Friday 5 29 7113 22 4 0 7 4 50 thighs 11 0 6 25 2 Satur. 5 30 7 13 02 6 0 8 5 52 knees 11 57 7 22 3 SUN. 15 32 712 562 10 1 9 6 57 knees morn. 8 17 4 Mond. 5 33 7 12 342 12 110 8 Olegs 1 1 9 9 5 Tuesd.5 35 7 12 50 2 16 111 9 Slegs 2 6 9 58 6 Wedn. 5 36 7 12 482 18 1 12 10 23 legs 3 13 10 43 7 Thurs.5 37 712 462 20 2 1311 13 feet 4 1511 27 8 Friday 5 39 7 12 422 24 20 morn. feet Oris. morn. 9 Satur. 5 40 712 402 26 2 15 0 2 head 6 211 0 9 10 SUN. 15 42 7 12 362 30 316 0 25 head 6 43 0 50 11 Mond. 5 43 712 342 32 317 1 1 head 7 8 1 31 12 Tuesd. 5 44 7 12 322 34 418 1 29 neck 7 36 2 14 13 Wedn. 5 46 712 282 38 419 1 58 neck 8 101 2 58 14 Thurs.5 47 7 12 262 42 420 2 24 arms 8 47 3 441 15 Friday 5 49 7 12 222 44 521 3 32 arms 9 33 4 32 16 Satur. 5 50 7 12 202 46 522 4 49 arms 10 29 5 23 17 SUN. 5 52 712 162 50 623 6 3 breast 11 406 15 18 Mond. 5 537 12 142 52 624 6 55 breast morn. 7 7 19 Tuesd.5 54 712 122 56 625 7 40 heart 0 32 8 0 20 Wedn.5 56 712 82 58 626 8 23 heart 1 498 53 21 Thurs. 5 57 712 63 0727 9 5 belly 3 16 9 45 22 Friday 5 59 7 12 23 4 728 9 57 belly 4 3110 37 23 Satur. 6 0 6 12 03 6 7 10 35 reins sets 11 30 24 SUN. 6 1611 583 8 8 111 28 reins 6 4eve 23 25 Mond. 6 2 611 563 10 8 2 eve 19 secrets 6 32 1 19 26 Tuesd. 6 4 6 11 523 14 9 3 1 7 secrets 15 2 17 27 Wedn. 6 5 6 11 503 16 9 4 2 O secrets 8 0 3 17 28 Thurs.6 7611 463 20 9 5 2 52 thighs 8° 514 17 29 Friday 6 8 611 443 22 10 6 3 41 thighs 9 49 5 16 30 Satur. 16 9 6/11 423 24/101 71 4 33 knees 10 551 6 13

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☺'s Declination.

1843.

OCTOBER, tenth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days.ld. m.|Days.d. m.iDays.d. 9.2. Days. d. m.Days.d.

3 S. 2 7 5 21 13 17 38 19 9 511 25 11 59 2 3 25 8 5 44 14 8 01 29 10 12 26 12 20

49 96 7 15 8 23 21 10 34 27 12 40 4 12 10 6 30 16 8 45 22 10 56 28 13 0 4 35 11 6 53 17 19 7 23 11 17 29 13 20 4 58 12 17 15 18 9 29 24 11 37 30 13 40

SOU.

D. M.

D. W.

O Full Moon, 8th day, 6h. 32m. morning,
(Last Quarter, 16th day, 9h. 15m. morning.

New Moon, 23d day, 2h. 52m. morning:
First Quarter, 29th day, 9h. 58m. evening.
L. D. D.DEC.

F.SEA. 's r. s. h. m.h.m. F. A.Th. m. PLACE.T. s.h. m. 1 SUN. 16 11 611 383 28/10 81 5 41 knees (morn. 7 6 2 Mond. 6 13 611 343 32 10 9 6 56slegs 0 0 7 56 3 Tuesd. 6 14 6 11 323 34 11 10 7 57 legs 1 6 8 42 4 Wedn. 6 16 611 283 38 1111 8 45 feet 2 99 25 5 Thurs. 6 17 6 11 263 40 11 12 9 50 feet 3 11 10 7 6 Friday 6 18 611 243 42 12 13 10 35 feet 4 12 10 49 7 Satur. 6 20 611 203 46 12 14 11 24 head 5 811 30 8 SUN. 6 21 611 183 48120 11 56 head O ris. morn. 9 Mond. 6 23 611 143 52 13 16 morn. neck 5 40 0 12 10 Tuesd. 6 24 611 123 54 13 17 0 36 neck 6 11 0 56 11 Wedn. 6 26 611 83 58 13 18 1 6 neck 6 45 1 41 12 Thurs. 6 27 611 64 0 13 19 1 44 arms 301 2 29 13 Friday 6 29 611:44 2 14 20 2 18 arms 8 191 3 18 14 Satur. 6 30 611 04 61421 2 52 breast 9 16 4 8

! 15 SUN. 6 31 6 10 584 S 1422 3 40 breast 10 18 5 0 16 Mond. 6 33 6 10 544 12 1423 4 21 heart 11 24 5 51 17 Tuesd. 6 34 610 524 14 14 24 5 12 heart morn. 6 42 18 Wedn. 6 35 610 504 16 15 25 6 7 heart 0 33 7 32 19 Thurs. 6 37 610 464 20 1526 7 3 belly 1 43 8 23 20 Friday 6 38 6 10 444 22 1527 8 14 belly 2 571 9 14 21 Satur. 6 40 610 40 4 26 15 28 9 32 reins 4 13 10 6 22 SUN. 6 41 610 384 28 15 29 10 46 reins 5 31/11 1 23 Mond. 6 42 610 36 4 30 15 0 11 45 secrets sets 11 58 24 Tuesd. 6 44 610 32 4 34 16 1 eve 39 secrets 5 50 eve 59 25 Wedn.6 45 610 30 4 36 16 2 1 31 thighs 6 39 2 1 26 Thurs: 6 46 610 284 38 16 3 2 20 thighs 7 39 3 3 27 Friday 6 48 610 244 42 16 4 3 4 knees 8 43 4 3 28 Satur. 6 49 610 224 44/16 5 4 0knees 9 50 5 0 29 SUN. 6 50 610 204 46 16 6 4 23 legs 10 56 5 51 30 Mond. 6 52 6 10 164 50 16 7 5 Olegs

morn. 6 39 31 Tuesd.6 53 610 144 52 161 81 5 40 feet 0 3 7 24

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C. Nan.

Though blooming verdure smiles no more,

And dreary is the landscape round,
Yet autumn's rich and bounteous store

Cause joy and gladness to abound.
ByCourts, Aspects, Holidays,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1/A. 16th S. af. Tr. 6 Dh will keep no more cats than what will

catch mice. 22C. P. Nant. Showers.

This is a good resolution for a 3 3 3.C.E.Wor. C. P.

Bos. c. . Sp. 6.) 4 farmer, if he will only abide by it. 44 Cool, with hard

Away with loafing on the husband5 5 Jup. sou. 8h. 20. frost. man's premises! I pity the man 6 6 Faith. Mid.

who cannot be resolute and deter777*s sou. 2h. 30. Wind in the way they should go; but in

mined enough to bring up his boys 8A. 17th Sun. af. Tr. and dulges them in every folly, whim

rain. D apo. and vanity: Zebulon must go into 10 3C. C. Bar. and Np.

trade; that is, drive round the coun11 4 tides. Very fine,

try in a buggy and prancer, as if

chased by a catamount, call at every 12 5 with cool

hotel, light a cigar, swagger, crack 13 6

winds. 8 $ his whip, and then be off again in all 14.7 Changeable. #sta. the puffing importance imaginable ! 15 A. 187h Sun. af. Tr.

Naphthali, him they call the gener ; 61162 C. P. Low.

Low

it will never do for him to dirty his

fingers with hoe-handle or spade. 17 3 S.J. C. L. Cam.

He has got something in his noddle 18 4 St. Luke. tides. that will make the world wonder by. 19 5 Cornw. sur. '81. Mild and-by, no doubt. And so, he studfor the season.

ies philosophy and plays the fiddle. 21 7 Nelson kill. '05. Cooler of seventeen, has made no great de

Shimshack, the youngest, a youth 22 A. 19th S. af. Tr. 6 Development as yet, excepting, wliat is 23 2C.P. Len. High > per. common in all three, a partiality 24 3S.J. C. L. Taun. with

for idleness. Thus far he has spent

most of his time in having the belly25 4 Crispin. dashes tides. ache. Now the long and short of

of rain and it all is, that the father is the only 27 61 flakes of snow.

one that does anything upon the 287 St. Sim.& Jude. 6 Din farm, and these three lazy boobies, 29 A. 20th Sun. af. Tr.

with always a gang of c mpan. 30 2

ions of a similar cast, are ev.:r loafUnsettled. 6) ing upon him ; mere cats that will 311 3S J.C.L. Ded.

catch no mice, but love to le lap[ping the cream.

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