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JUNE, sixth Month.
Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.
1 22 N. 7 7 22 18 13 23 1519 23 27 25 23 24

22 15 8 22 53 14 23 18 20 23 27 26 123 22 3 22 22 9 22 59 15 23 20 21 23 27 27 23 20

22 29 10 23 3 16 23 23 22 23 27 28 23 17 22 361 11

17 23 24 23 23 26 29 23 14 122 42 12 23 11 18 23 26 24 23 251 30 123 10 o New Moon, 1st day, 9h. 56m. morning. ) First Quarter, 8th day, Oh. 32m. evening. o Full Moon, 16th day, 4h. 14m. evening. ( Last Quarter, 24th day, 1h. 43m. morning. New Moon, 30th day, 5h. 35m. evening.

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PLACE.T. s.sh. m. 1 Thur. [4 25 7 29 15 416 0 31 @ 10 57 arms sets.eve. 3 2 Frid. 4 247 29 15 56 1 2 1 11 51 arms 8 14 1 3 3 Satur. 4 24 7 3015 66 2 2 2 ev. 40 breast 9 12 2 3 4 SUN.4 237 31 15 86 4 2 3 1 24breast 10 0 3 0 5 Mon. 4 237 32 15 9 6 5 2 4 2 10 heart 10 42 3 54 6 Tues. 4 23733 15 106 6 2 5 2 56 heart 11 20 4 44 7 Wed. 4 22 7 3315 116 7 2 6 3 45 belly 11 53 531 8 Thur. 4 22734 15 126 8 1 7 4 36 belly morn. 6 16 9 Frid. 4 22 7 35 15 136 9 1 8 5 32 reins 0 23 7 0 10 Satur. 4 227 35 15 136 9 1 9 6 39 reins 0 54 7 42 11 SUN. 4 227 36 15 14 6 10 1 10 7 41 reins 1 30 8 25 12 Mon. 4 22 7 37 15 15 6 11 111 8 41 sec. 1 51 9 8 13 Tues. 4 227 37 15 166 12 0 12 9 38 sec. 2 22 9 53 14 Wed. 4 22 7 3815 16 6 12 0 13 10 22 thighs 3 42 10 39 15 Thur. 4 22738 15 166 12 S. 1411 3 thighs 4 2211 27 16 Frid. 4227 35 15 16 6 12 00 11 33 thighs Oris. morn. 17 Satur. 4 227 38 15 16 6 12 0 16 morn. knees 8 16 0 16 18 SUN. 4 237 39 15 166 12 117 0 16 knees 9 4 1 7 19 Mon. 4 23 7 3915 16 6 12 118 0 53 knees 9 45 1 58 20 Tues. 42373915 16 6 12 1 19 1 27 legs 10 25 2 45 21 Wed. 4 237 39 15 16 6 12 120 2 5 legs 1:1 3 3 39 22 Thur. 4 237 39 15 16 6 12 121 2 47 feet 11 34 4 29 23 Frid. 4 237 40 15 17 6 13 2 22 3 33 feet

morn. 5 19 24 Satur. 4 247 40 15 16 dec. 223 4 24 head 0 8 6 9 25 SUN. 4 2417 40 15 16 01 224 5 24 head 044 7 1 26 Mon. 4 247 40 15 16 0 1 2 25 6 33 neck 1 20 7 54 27 Tues. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 1 3 26 738 neck 2 0 8 49 28 Wed. 14.257 40 15 15 02 327 8 47 arms 2 45 947 29 Thur. 4 257 40 15 15 02 3281 9 50 arms 3 3810 47 301Frid. 4 257 40 15 15 021 31 e 110 46' breast Dsets./11 46

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Fair summer smiles, and we should smile,

The farmer most of all;
For birds and flowers his toil beguile,

And dew-drops round him fall.
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Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 11 Th. Geir carthe, in N.E., 1638.

High

Cut Worms. 2 Fr. Dr. high. 6 Very Wind a husk around the stem 3 Sa. 6 Í h fine again, tides. of your cabbage-plant, to keep off 4A. S.p. Asc. 62218 with another says, "Put birch bark

this, depredator, says one; and 5 Mo. Sc. P. North

ani Nant more signs of around your little peach and 6 Tu. C. C. Concord. showers. cherry trees, to protect them. The 7W. N. H. Legis. meets.

editor of the Ploughman thinks 8 Th. 7*s r. 2h. 33m. m. Low

that some railing of the kind may 9 Fr. Chol. com. Am., 1832, on the bodies of the grubs." We

prove cheaper than making war 10 Sa. Buckm. d., 1810. tides. have been told, also, that if we put 11 A. Whit Sun. po ashes around our plants, as soon

as the rascal smells it he will 12 Mo. Sc. P. N. Bedford,

D in apo. «cut and run.” Another way is 13 Tu. Cient Changeable, to

to get up early in the morning, 14 W. Siri. s. 6h. 6m., ev. with and look after these night-walking 15 Th. hoo high winds. gentry. Note where the missing 16 Fr. runs low. Agreeable under ground, you will find the vil117 Sa. Bat. B. Hill. Mid. tides. lanous assassin; then serve him as 18 A. Bear Femeni tak., 46. OŠ O the French pedler said must be 19 Mo. C. P. Ipswich

weather for done with another tormenting in20 Tu. Worc. 6 § 4 vegetation. sect. Said Monsieur, “Ven you 21 W. gr.elon.

Uncommonly him, an e bitem na moore."

catch skeeto, you must crush 22 Th. Corpus Christ. fine for A word or two about ploughing 23 Fr. 6 h Long'st day. Low among corn and potatoes, if you 24 Sa. Midsum. D. 8 in 88 the please.

The cultivator is the 25 A. Ist San. p. Trin. . in 8 6 and a plough is used by others.

choice of some for this purpose, 26 Mo.sc. P. Lenox, c.

{ Pietim. conc. $ in Aph. Now which is best, I think, de27 Tu.7*s r.19.37m.m. {Cand spord: pends on what sort of a soil you 28 W. Din per. season. Tides have to deal with. If it be stiff 29 Th. Dr. high. Now look out and hard, then take a plough. 30 Fr. 69 D for showers. inc. modern invention, use on green

The cultivator, which is of Cultivate the Farmer that you may bet- sward, for it will not disturb the ter cultivate the Farm.-Palfrey's Add. furrow.

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1848.

JULY, seventh Month. Astronomical Calculations. Days.d. m. Days.d. m. Days.d. m. Days.de m. Days. d. m.

23 N.6. 7 22 34 13 21 48 19 20 48 25 19 36 2 23 2 8 22 27 14 21 39 20 20 37 26 19 23 3 22 57 9 22 20 15 21 29 21 20 25 27 19 9

22 52 10 22 13 16 21 20 22 20 13 28 18 55 5

22 46 11 22 5 17 21 9 23 20 1 29 18 41 6 22 40 12 21 56 18 20 59 24 19 49 30 118 27

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D First Quarter, 8th day, 4h. 46m. morning.

Full Moon, 16th day, 4h. 36m. morning.
( Last Quarter, 230 day, 6h. 44m. morning.

New Moon, 30th day, 2h. 41m. morning.

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PLACE.T. s. h. m. 1 Satur. 4 2617 40 15 1410 3 3 1/11 39|breast | 7 50 ev. 44 2 SUN. 4 267 40 15 140 3 4 2 ev. 25 heart 8 36 1 40 3 Mon. 427 7 40 15 13 0 4 4 3 1 12 heart 9 16 2 33 4 Tues. 427 7 39 15 120 5 4 4 1 54/heart 9 52 3 23 5 Wed. 428 739 15 110 6 4 5 2 36 belly 10 24 4 9 6 Thur. 4 29 7 39 15 100 7 4 6 3 19 belly 10 44 444 7Frid. 4307 39 15 90 81 4 7 4 2 reins 11 24 5 38 8 Satur. 430 738 15 80 9 5 8 4 47 reins 11 53 6 21 9 SUN. 431 73815 70 10 5 91 5 38 reins morn. 7 4 10 Mon. 432 738 15 6011 510 6 43 sec. 0 24 745 11 Tues. 433 737 15 40 13 511 7 46 sec. 0 56 8 34 12 Wed. 433 7 37 15 40 13 5 12 8 49 thighs 1 32 9 21 13 Thur. 4347 36 15 20 15 5 13 9 47 thighs 2 12 10 10 14 Frid. 4 35 736 15 10,16 6 14 10 33 knees 2 5911 0 15 Satur. 4367 35 14 590 18 6 15 11 16 knees 3 4911 52 16 SUN. 437 731 14 570 20 60 11 55 knees Oris. moro. 17 Mon. 439 734 14 560 21 617 inorn.legs 8 26 0 43 18 Tues. 4 39 7 3314540 23 6/18 0 35|legs 9 21 1 35 19 Wed. 439 732 14 530 24 619 1 12 feet 9 39 2 26 20 Thur. 440 732 14 52 0 25 620 1 51 feet 10 12 3 17 21 Frid. 441 731 14 500 27 621 2 32 head 10 461 4 7 22 Satur. 4 427 30 14 480 29 622 3 16 head 11 22 4 59 23 SUN. 443 7 29 14 460 311 623 4 3 neck morn. 5 50 24 Mon. 4447 28 14 440 33 624 4 58 neck 0 0 6 44 25 Tues. 4 45 7 27 14 42 0 35 625 6 3 neck 0 43 7 39 26 Wed. 4 46 7 26 14.400 37) 626 7 17 arms 1 30 8 36 27 Thur. 447 7 25 14 380 39 627 8 32 arms 2 24 9 34 28 Frid. 4 48 7 24 14 360 411 628 9 41 breast 3 21 10 32 29 Satur. 449/7 23 14 340 431 629 10 39 breast 4 211 27 30 SUN. 4 50 7 22 14 320 45 60 11 30 heart sets. ev. 22 31 Mon. 45117 21 14 3010 471 6 1ev. 16 heart 7 49 1 13

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At early dawn, when all is calm,

The blithesome mower sings,
As with a strong and powerful arm,

His keen-edged scythe he swings.
Courts, Aspects, Holidays,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Sa. 0 in apo. Growing

Haymaking 2 A. {Sv: MT: 6 ) 4 High How blows the wind ? It is 3 Mo. 6 D 8 weather, if tides. important to be looking at the 4 Tu. S tooNames E. INDEPEN. Yet, after all, a sprinkling may,

weathercock, about these times. 5 W. stat. not too dry. now and then, overtake you, not6 Th. 7*s. r. lh. 12m. m. withstanding all your caution. 7 Fr. Bat. Ticon. 1753. h stat. A southeast breeze will not do. Good hay Very low

Southwest, west, and northwest, 9 A. 3 Braddock def. 1755. D in apo. strike in with good purpose, and

that's your sort, Mr. Hedring 10 Mo. Columb. b., 1447. tides. never finch. If the sun rises 11 Tu. sc. c. Salem.

weather.clear, and then, growing coy, hides Signs of

itself behind a cloud, you must

look out! for a shower is brewing. 13 Th. Gr. fire Nant., 1846.

Those that pretend to be very 14 Fr. Þr. low. 6 $ 4 O weatherwise have a great many 15 Sa. Nap. sid. for Sa.

11.,1815
. showers, signs.

“Make hay while the sun 16 A. Hegira, 2.0.622. with Mid. shines,” is a good old maxim

therefore, it is best to take short 17 Mo.7*s. r. Oh.39m.m. tides.

noonings; be at it, and about it, 18 Tu. Petr. d., 1374. thunder. and among it, in the very heat of 19 W.18 in inf. 6 O. 68 the day, and squint, occasionally, 20 Th. 6 Dh Dull weather at the sky, to see what the clouds

jare about. Hark! 't was a thun21 Fr. Burns d.,'96. with rain.

derbolt!-"Now up the west dark 22 Sa. 6 ) ? in sup. 6 Ofclouds begin to rise; sail o'er the 23 A. 5th S. p. Trin. 6 & 4 hills or lengthen round the skies !!! 24 Mo. 6 10 Finer for hay-k-Joe, Tom, Peter, Zebedee, brisk! 25 Tu. Ses anges the Greater. ) in

brisk! men. Haste, little Ben, for per.

the team. 26 W.

Tumble up the cocks,

making: boys. We must have this hay in 27 Th.

Dr. high. Aihe barn in short metre; for, don't 28 Fr. stat. p in per. storm you see? yonder is a swasher 29 Sa. 6 D $ 21. stat. High coming! Now for a horserake ! 301A.

but you have none.

what, Capt. Smartly, you don't 31 Mo, Ignatius Loyola d., 1556. tides.know how useful they are.

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Sirius r., 5h, 26 m. m.
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College.

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6th Sun. p. Trin.
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Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m.Days.jd. m.]Days.d. m. Days.d. m. Days.d.

1 171.57 7 16 20 13 14 34 19 12 40 25 10 39
2 17 41 8 16 3 14 114 16 20 12 20 26 10 18
3 17 261 9 15 46 15 13 57 21 12 1 27 9 57
4 17 10 10 15 29 16 13 38 22 11 40 28 9 36
5 16 54 11 15 11 17 13 19 23 11 20 29 9 14
16 3712 14 531 18 13 0 24 10 59 30 8 53

First Quarter, 6th day, 10h. 17m. evening.
o Full Moon, 14th day, 3h. 32m. evening.
( Last Quarter, 21st day, 11h. 24m. morning.
New Moon, 28th day, 2h. 17m. evening.

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m. PLACE.T. 11 Tues. 4 527 20 14 280 49 6 21 0 57|belly 8 23 2 1 2 Wed. 4 537 19 14 260 51 6 3 1 34 belly 8 55 2 48 3 Thur. 454718 14 24053 6 4 2 9 reins 9 25 3 32 4 Frid. 4557 16 14 210 56 6 5 2 45 reins 954 4 16 5 Satur. 4 56 7 15 14 190 58 6 6 3 22 reins 10 24 4 59 6 SUN.4 57 7 14 14 171 0 6 7 4 2 sec. 10 56 5 43 7 Mon. 4 58 7 13 14 151 2 6 8 4 44 sec. 111 31 6 28 8 Tues. (4 597 11 14 121 5 5 9 5 38 thighs morn. 7 14 9 Wed. 5 0 7 10 14 101 7 5 10 6 51 thighs 0 8 8 1 10 Thur. 5 17 9/14 81 9 511) 8 4 thighs 0 51 8 51 11 Frid. 15 27 814 61 11t 512 9 13 knees 1 40 9 42 12 Satur.5 37 714 41 13 5 13 10 8knees 2 3310 34 13 SUN.5 47 514 11 16 514 10 53 legs - 3 32 11 26 14 Mon. 5 57 4 13 59 1 18 40 11 35 legs Oris. morn. 15 Tues. 15 67 213 56 1 21 4/16 morn. feet 7 37 0 18 16 Wed. 15 77 113 541 23 4 171 0 14 feet 8 12 1 10 17 Thur. 5 86 59 13 511 26 4181 0 53 feet 8 52 2 2 18 Frid: 5 9 658 13 491 29 419 1 32 head 9 25 2 54 19 Satur. 5 10 6 56 13 461 31 320 2 13 head 10 1 3 47 20 SUN. 5 116 55 13 441 33 321 2 55 neck 10 43 4 40 21 Mon. 5 126 54 13 421 35 322 3 43 neck 11 28 5 35 22 Tues. 5 14 6 52 13 381 39 323| 4 33 arms

morn. 6 31 23 Wed. 5.15 651 13 361 41 224 5 38 arms 0 17 7 27 24 Thur. 5 16 6 49 13 33 1 44 225 6 58 breast 1 13 8 24 25 Frid. 1517 648 13 31 1 46 226 8 21 breast 2 12 9 19 26 Satur. 5 186 4613 281 49 227) 9 34 heart 3 13 10 13 27 SUN. 5 19 6 44 13 251 52 1/28/10 30 heart 4 1611 5 28 Mon. 15 20 6 42 13 22 1 55 10 11 18 belly Deets. 11 54 29 Tues. 5 216 41 13 20 1 57 11 1 11 59 belly 6 54 ev.41 30 Wed. 522 639 13 17 2 0 1 2 ev. 35 belly 7 25 1 26 31 Thur. 1523636/13 142 3 0 31 1 9 reins 7 55 2 11

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