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Thus urged by hope from day to day,

Substantial good we gain ;
Nor suffer aught to obstruct our way,

Nor aught undone remain.
Ś Courts, Aspects, Holidays,

Farmer's Calendar.
À

Weather, &c.
11W.17*s so. 4h. 40m. eve.

Good Temper. 2 Th. 6)?

More

Think what you will about it, 3 Fr. stat. & in 8, 8 fo a good temper is of the first im.

Mr. Jobson, I insist upon it, that 4 Sa. 30th Cong. began, '47. portance to a farmer. A petulant 5 A. { Suntec. ) h O man will make occasion, where he > per. stat.High

cannot find reason, for murmur7Tu.Ms.J.C.L. Bost. c. c.

6 DW

ing and fault-finding. An ever-
8/W.
Are werd storms at tides. his help very long. The employer

lasting grumbler can never keep
9 Th. hand. Cool N. W. must be kind and reasonable with
10 Fr. 4 stat. 6Świnds. the employed, or business will not
11 Sa. 6 Sudden Tides go on well. This is the way to
lol Sun indr.high. 8 + 0 What signifies fretting, in any

work it, with both man and beast. el concord: g in inf. ó case whatever? And yet, there

Hamp. decreasing. are some who will find fault with 15 W. changes may the snow, or the sunshine come

Heaven itself, because the rain, or 16 Th. Bowd. d., 1833. now be

not to suit them. If you have a 17 Fr. St. Patrick. 6 8 h $restive horse, deal gently with 18 Sa. Stampante 6 h expected. him ; — pat him, and use kind

O ecl.. p. vis. language and kind treatment to

A storm of wards him. Deal in the same 21 Tu. C.C.Ply. snow or Mi.. way with your cow or your ox;

stroke them on the dewlap, keep 22 W. {sic., Newton ) in ap. rain yourself in good temper, and they 23 Th. is at hand. tides. will soon become docile and man24 Fr. 7*s s. 106.48m. e. More ageable. Speak in anger, and 25 Sa. Annun. stat. change-ten to one, if he has spirit, if he

without reason to your hired man, 26 A.

$ 3d Sun. in Lentza, able. Quite don't leave you when his services
27 Mo. Vera Cruzas. Juan D'Ulloa low are of the utmost consequence ;
28 Tu. ; C. C. Taun.&' Worc.

tides. in the midst of your forest, while
29/W.
with provisions for Ireland, 1847.log-rolling, wood-loading, or any.

thing else. A farmer is the one
30 Th.
Rainy, dull weather.

• to let his "moderation be known
OH Olto all."

12/A.
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s Declination.

1848.

APRIL, fourth Month. Astronomical Calculations, Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days.d. m.Days.d. m.

41.42 7 6 59 13 9 12 1911 19 25 13 19 2 5 5 8 7 22 14 9 33/ 20 11 40 26 13 39 3 5 28 9 7 44 15 9 55 21 12 0 27 13 58

15 51 10 8 6 16 10 16 22 12 20 28 14 17 5 16 14 11 8 281 17 10 37 23 12 40 29 14 35

16 37 12 8 50 18 10 581 24 13 ol 30 14 54

New Moon, 3d day, 6h. 17m. evening.

First Quarter, 10th day, 10h. 6m. morning.
o Full Moon, 18th day, 9h. 47m. morning.
< Last Quarter, 26th day, 9h. 36m. morning.

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Month.

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Days of the Week. Rises.

h.

Sets.

m.

Lengih Day's Full Sea,

D 1sou. of Days. INC.

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h. 1/Satur.15 43,6 26 12 433 39| 427| 9 23 feet 4 26 9 59 2 SUN.15 42 6 27 12 453 41 428 10 15 feet 5 310 53 3 Mon. 540 6 28 12 483 44 3 11 1 head sets. 11 49 4 Tues. 1538 6 29 12 513 47 3 111 43 head 7 19ev. 45 5 Wed. 5 366 30 12 54351 3 2 ev. 29 neck 8 32 1 43 6 Thur. 5 346 31 12 573 53 3 3 1 12 neck 9 43 2 41 7 Frid. 15 326 32 13 03 56 2 4 1 59 arms 10 49 3 40 8 Satur. 5316 33 13 23 58 2 5 2 42 arms 11 48 4 38 9 SUN. 5 29 6 34 13 54 1 2 6 3 30 breast morn. 5 34 10 Mon, 15 276 35 13 84 41 1 7 4 25 breast 0 42 6 28 11 Tues. 5 26 6 36 13 10 4 6 1 8 5 30/heart 1 28 7 19 12 Wed. 524637 13 134 9 1 9 6 54 heart 2 10 8 7 13 Thur. 523 6 38 13 154 11 110 8 13 heart 2 45 8 53 14 Frid. 5 216 3913 184 14 011 9 21 belly 3 18 9 37 15 Satur. 5 19 6 40 13 214 17 F.12 10 12 belly 3 48 10 20 16 SUN. 5 186 41 13 23 4 19 0 13 10 51 reins 4 1811 3 17 Mon. 5 166 42 13 264 22 0 14 11 26 reins 4 4611 46 18 Tues. 5 14 6 43 13 294 25 10 11 58 sec. Oris. morn. 19 Wed. 5 136 441331427 116 morn. sec. 8 20 30 20 Thur. 511 6 45 13 344 30 1171 0 30 sec. 8 58 1 13 21 Frid. 5 10 6 47 13 374 33 2 18 0 59 thighs 9 51 1 59 22 Satur. 5 86 48 13 404 36 2 19 1 31 thighs 10 44 2 45 23 SUN. 5 66 49 13 43 4 39 220 2 2 thighs 11 33 3 34 24 Mon. 15 56 50 13 454 41 221 2 36 knees morn. 4 23 25 Tues. 5 36 52 13 474 43 222 3 16 knees 0 21 5 14 26 Wed. 5 2 6 53 13 514 47 223 4 3 legs 1 3 6 4 27 Thur. 5 16 54 13 534 49 224 5 1 legs 1 43 6 55 28 Frid. 4 596 55 13 564 52 325 6 19 feet 2 22 7 47 129 Satur. 4 586 57 13 594 55 326 7 35 feet 2 58 8 39 |30SUN. 456/6-58 14 24 586 3271 8 47/head 3 34 9 32

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78 3. 10h. 19m. eve.

55ch Sun.

10 Mo. c.

Sir, 8. 10h, 8m, eye.

Returning spring invites to toil,

And hope inspires us now,
To fence the field, prepare the soil,

And use the spade and plough.
B Courts, Aspects, Holidays, Farmer's Calendar.

Weather, &c.
1 Sa. (All-Fools day. 6)? Implements, &c.
2A.
4th Sun. in Lent. 6 ) 8 h

What a gazing there would be, 3 Mo. State elec

ecl.inv. Quite if our great-grandfathers could 4 Tu. cler Barnacle Boruds., Isai: high various improvements in farming

come back again, and see the 5 W.

tides. (utensils! The ploughs, in par6 Th. 6 8h stat. Much ticular, would excite wonder. " In 7 Fr. 69

Rin 80 fact, there is scarcely a tool that 8 Sa. Dr. high. 6 D finer, in some way or other, besides

has not been altered for the better 9 A. in t. 6 ! $ # Mid.

a great many new inventions. { : with frequent tides. There is the cultivator, the horse11 Tu. 8.] CLOW. S.C. Barn showers. rake, the straw-cutter, cornshel12 W. Jamestown arrives Rather

ler, threshing-machine, and the in Ireland, '47. 13 Th.

Low

scraper, and then how much betJenner int. vac.,1796.

ter are our hoes, shovels, and 14 Fr. rough, with high tides. forks of various kinds! Surely, 15 Sa. winds and some snow. every age grows wiser and 16 A. Palm Sun. Quite fine wiser,” in these respects. House17 Mo. Bat. Cerro Gordo, or Sierra

wifery, too, has received great

again. benefit by these means. The 18 Tu. Js... Worc. Greenf.

Din ap. spirit of invention stops nowhere 19 W.

Pat Conc., 1997. High Mid. with the Americans. This is cer. 20 Th. Abernethey

winds, other- tainly very true, friend Spring21 Fr. Good Frid. Bat. tides. wise

sharp, and now let us see what

can be done with some of these 22 Sa. Xalapa. (MattDisa. h ring. implements. Yoke up, and go at 23/A. suit! Dr. low. very fine it with your fine, active team. But 24 Mo.Bc. P. Dedham, Cromw. 6., 1589. for the

then, there is something to attend 25 Tu. S. L... North'p. St. Mark. to in this matter. Have you ex

amined the ground to see if it is Fine Low

in a right condition? If it is not, 27 Th. s s. Sh. 24m. eve. you had better let it alone at 28 Fr. refreshing tides. present. Look after your vegeta29 Sa. Iş Louisiana ceded were sesley 6 $ ) in order, if you want your pork

ble garden in season, and get that 301A. (Low Sund. showers.

Ibarrel and meal chest to hold out farmer must be very busy this month, if he wants his barn well filled in the Fall.

C. C. Dedham.

Easter

26 W.

season.

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Days of Blonih.

Days of the Week. Rises,

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Sets.

F.A.R.M.PLACE.T. S.Th. m.

1848.

MAY, fifth Month.
Astronomical Calculations.
Days.11. m.Days.)? m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m.{Days.jd.

1 15N.12 7 .6 56 13 18 29 19 1951 25 21
2 15 30 8 17 12 14 18 44 20 20 26 121 12
3 15

9 17 28/ 15 18 581 21 20 16 27 121 22 4 16 5 10 17 44 16 19 12 22 20 281 28 121 32 5 16 22 11 17 59 17 19 25 23 20 40 29 21 41

16 39 12 18 14 18 19 38 21 20 511 30 121 50
© New Moon; 30 day, 2h. 31m. morning.

First Quarter, 9th day, 10h. 13m. evening.
o Full Moon, 18th day, 1h. 58m. morning.
(Last Quarter, 25th day, 7h. 3m. evening.
Lenteh |DAY'S Full Sea,

D's D sou. of Days. INC.

m. h. m. n. m. h. m. 1 Mon. 45416 59 14 515 11 328 9 43 head 4 11/10 27 2 Tues. 453 7 014 75 3 3 29 10 34 neck 4 4911 23 3 Wed. 4527 114 95 5 3 11 19 neck Dsets.ev.22 4 Thur. 4 50 7 2 14 12 5 8 3 leve. 6 arms 8 29 1 23 5 Frid. 4 4917 3 14 145 10 3 2 0 54 arms 9 33 2 23 6 Satur.4487 4 14 165 12 4 3 1 40 breast 10 32 3 22 7 SUN. 4477 514 185 14 4 4 2 25 breast 11 23 4 19 8 Mon. 446 7 6 14 20 5 16 4 5 3 12 breast morn. 5 13 9 Tues. 4 457 7 14 22 5 181 4 6 4 6 heart 0 8 6 3 10 Wed. 4447 814 245 20 4 7 5 5 heart 0 46 6 50 11 Thur. 4 437 9 14 26 5 22 4 8 6 20 belly 1 20 7 35 12 Frid. 442 7 10 14 285 24 4 9 7 29 belly 1 511 8 19 13 Satur. 441 7 11 14 305 26 4 10 8 37 reins 2 21 9 2 14 SUN. 440 17 12 14 325 28 4 11 9 32 reins 2 501 9 44 15 Mon. 4397 13 14 345 30 4 12 10 15 reins 3 1810 27 16 Tues. 4 38 17 14 14 365 32 4 1310 55 sec. 3 4811 11 17 Wed. 43717 15 14 385 34 41411 30 sec. 4 20 11 56 18 Thur. 436 7 16 14 40536 40 morn. thighs Oris. morn. 19 Frid. 4367 17 14 41537 4 16 0 3 thighs 841 0 43 20 Satur. 4 35 7 18 14 435 39 4171 0 35 thighs 9 31 1 31 21 SUN.434 7 19 14 455 41 418 1 9 knees 10. 9 2 20) 22 Mon. 433 7 20 14 475 43 419 1 43 knees 11 4 3 0 23 Tues. 432 7 21 14 495 45 420 2 18 legs 11 44 4 1 24 Wed. 4317 22 14 51 5 47| 421 3 Olegs

morn. 4 51 25 Thur. 4 307 23 14 535 49 322 3 49 legs 0 211 5 41 26 Frid. 4297 24 14 555 51 323 4 42 feet 0 57 6 31 27 Satur.42917 25 14 575 53 324 5 48 feet 1 32 7 22 28 SUN.4287 26 14 585 54 325 7 2 head 2 71 8 14 29 Mon. 427 7 27 15 05 56 326 8 8 head 2 43 9 8 30 Tues. 4 267 27 15 15 57 327 9 11 neck 3 24 10 4 31 Wed. 14 267 2515 25 58 328 10 7neck 4 811 3

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We will be cheerful, sow or plant,

Or do what else we may ;
Our duty done, distressing want

We know will flee away.
Ål Courts, Aspects, Holidays,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Mo. Si. James: May-day. Mid.

Order. 2 Tu. R. Isl. 1. meets al bror. tides. No matter how much you have

stat. Grows to do, if you only preserve order, 4 Th. somewhat cooler. Quite Killeth the foolish man, and repin.

and keep your temper.

u Wrath 5 Fr. J. Pickering d.,

More rain.ing consumes the weak man,” said 6 Sa. Dr. high. Very high Eliphaz, the Temanite; and he 7A.

2 Stone6 D tides. spoke very true; for what signi8 Mo. Am. Bible Soc.

fies being in a fret and a passion, 9 Tu.ls.Birl: 7*s s. 7h. 52m. calling at each elbow? You never formed, 1816 fine again for

even if you may have à dozen 10 W. Maine legis.

*.planting. Mid. should move a step in business |11 Th.

Look out for tides. without system. How can a 12 Fr.

frosts at

farmer get along in a helter-skel

ter mode. Look now at Tom 13 Sa.

Slatterly's work. His corn-rows 14 A. 30 S. p. East night.

night. are as meandering as a meadow 15 Mo... P: (crim.) Springf.

p.o Connell dpr 1844: D in aph. brook; his farming tools lie scat16 Tu.

Š S. J. C. Len. & Ply. Some tered here and there all over his 17|W. & in 8,6 8 4 Mid. taken possession of his door-yard ;

premises; thistles and thorns have 18 Th. 6 W

rain.

and whoever approaches it, if he 19 Fr. 8 in sup. 6 0 -tides. takes no heed to his ways, may 20 Sa. Columb. d., 1526.

Dr. low. be tripped up by a houseless 21 A.

p. East: p in perih. Fine grunter. Such was the sad mis22 Mo. 8 nearest o settled hap of one of Tom's neighbors,

who made him an evening call. 23 Tu. weather for a few days. But, look here, we must keep 24 W

J. Randolph d., 1833. moving and take care of number 25 Th. 7*s r. 4h. 12m. m. Lowone. Tom's old breachy cow, that 26 Fr.

he ought to have put into the Signs of more rain.

meat tub long ago, has broke into 27 Sa. 6 h Cooler, tides. the mowing. Call the dog, Caleb, 28 A.

with and chase her to the Rocky moun. 29|Mo.]C. P. Edgar c. P.

6 D# tains. What a plague it is to ad30 Tu.l{D Chalmers

winds.

join one who has a lot of mis

chievous cattle, and never keeps 31 W. indicDin per. 6 D o lhis division fences in order.

Set. of James

town, 1607.
War dec. to exist with Mex.,

'46. Sirius 8. 8h. 15m. ev.

James.arr.at Bost.im. I.,'47.
C. C.
Edg.

Lafay. d. 1834.
4th Sun.

Rogation Sunday.
N. Webster d., 1843.

d., 1847.

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