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1848.

JANUARY, first Month.

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

23 S. 4 7 22 27 13 21 35 19 20 27 25 19 2 22 59 8 22 19 14 21 24 20 20 15 26 18 51 3 22 53 9 22 11 15 21 141 21 20 2 27 18 36 )

22 47 10 22 31 16 121 3 22 19 48 28 18 20 5 22 41 11 21 54 17 20 51 23 19 34 29 18 3 22 311 12 121 44 18 120 39 24 19 20 30 117 49

New Moon, 6th day, 7h. 24m. morning.
> First Quarter, 13th day, 7h. 3m. morning.
o Full Moon, 20th day, 7h. 21m. morning.
Last Quarter, 28th day, 7h. 15m. morning.
Length (DAY'S O Full Sea,

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of Days. INC.

Boston. h. m.In.

PLACE.T. S.Th. m. 1 Satur.1730438| 9 80 41 4/257 3 sec. morn.! 8 2 2 SUN.7 30 439 9 90 5 426 8 12 sec. 3 44 845 3 Mon. 730 440 9 100 6 527 9 15 thighs 4 40.9 36 4 Tues. 730 440 9 100 6 528 10 6 thighs 5 37 10 27 5 Wed. 7 30 441 9 110 7 6 29 10 49 knees 6 3011 19 6 Thur. 730 442 9 120 86 11 31 knees

11 31 knees sets ev.

12 7 Frid. 7 30443 9 130 91 7 llev. 10 knees 6 10 1 6 8 Satur.730 444 9 140 10 7 2 0 50 legs 7 16 2 0 9.SUN.7 30 445 9 150 11 7 3 1 28 legs 8 24 2 53 10 Mon. 7 29446 9 170 13 8 4 2 9 feet 9 33 3 45 11 Tues. 7 29 447 9 180 14 8 5 2 53 feet 10 41 4 36 12 Wed. 7 29448 9 190 15 8 6 3 39 head 11 495 27 13 Thur. 17 28 449 9210 17 9 7 4 29 head

morn. 6 20 14 Frid. 17 28 4501 9 220 18 9 8 5 29 neck 0 58 7 13 15 Satur. 7 27 451 9 241020101 9 6 41 neck 2 5 8 8 16 SUN.7 27453 9 260 22 10 10 7 56 arms 3 11 9 4 17 Mon. 17 26 454 9 280 24 10 11 9 13 arms 4 14 10 0 18 Tues. 17 26 455 9 290 25 11 12 10 13 breast 5 11 10 56 19 Wed. 17 25 457 9 320 29 11 13 11 breast 6 511 50 20 Thur. 17 24 458 9 340 30 120 11 53 heart Oris. morn. 121 Frid. 17 23 459 9 360 32 12 15 heart 6 48 0 42

22 Satur.7 225 0 9 380 34 12 16 0 35 heart 748 13: 123 SUN.7 22 5 2 9 400 36 12 17 1 12 belly 847 2 19 124 Mon. 7 21 5 3 9 420 38 12 18 1 48/belly 945 3 4 25 Tues. 17 205 4 9 440 40 1319 2 24 reins 10 42 347 26 Wed. 7 205 5 9 450 411320 2 57 reins 11 39 4 30 127 Thur. 17 19 5 6 9 470 43 1321 3 33 reins morn. 5 13 28 Frid. 17 18 5 8 9 500 46 13 22 4 11 sec. 0 35 5 56 29 Satur. 7 175 9 9 520 48 13 23 4 53 sec. 1 32 6 41 30 SUN.7 16 510 9 540 50 14 24 5 50 thighs 2 27 7 27 31 Mon.. 17 15.5 12 9 570 53 14/25 7 7/thighs 3 23 8 16

morn.

Hope paints in gayest colors bright

The opening of the year,
And seems to fill us with delight

At good we fancy near.

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Weather, &c. 1 Sa. Circum. 6 ŠO Cold,

Handiwork. ļ rough Is there no handiwork for this 3 Mo.7*s sou. 8h. 39m, ev.

month? It would seem there was 4 Tu. {cle Chico Lo Carabo: Dr.1

. not, judging from the practice of

some, who sit roasting their shins 5 W.

6 ) 8 Mid. over a checker-board. " What 6 Th. Epiph. 8.40 winds, harm is there in playing a game 7 Fr. with some snow.

tides, of checkers ?"

says Tom Trifler. 8 Sa. Bat. N. O., '15. More

None at all, if you will only be

temperate about it. But yet, it is 9 B. { 10.Sun.

{p.epfr. 4h. 5m. m. poor business for a man that is 10 Mo. 6) , & in aph. mild, able to bring something to ac11 Tu. ŞDr. Dwight with rain.

count, besides whiffing an offen12 W. ) in per. 6 Now sive cigar, and moving blue beans

from place to place. Good hus13 Th./ Steamb. Lexing'n

bandry will call you to the barn, 14 Fr.

6 D a and show you a spice of handi15 Sa. Charlestown tides. driving

g work to be done there. The fork, 16 B.

24 Sep 7*s s.7h.43m.ev. the rake, the card and currycomb, 17 Mo.cfcrim.) 6 8 , Dr. h.

ought to be your familiar ac

quaintances. The scatterings too 18 Tu. Bat. Cowp., '81. storm. are worth seeing to, whether hay 19 W.16 ) 2 Much finer, be high or low. Prudence and 20 Th. Sir.sou.10h.35m. High Lo also with foddering out. There

good economy have something to 21 Fr. for several

is a certain management to be 22 Sa. A stat. days. tides. attended to about it, that your 23 B.

Pr.6h. 29m. m.cattle may eat all clean, leaving 24 Mo. BLAND NOTES

: Very rough nothing for waste. Do you wish 25 Tu. Burns b., '59.

to be told how this is done? Why, again.

my good friend, it is effected alto26 W. Jenner d., 1823. Tides gether by headnork and handiwork. 27 Th. ) in apo.

Pleasant You have only to just hoist the 28 Fr. De decreasing.gate, and get these machines into 29 Sa. 8 in sup. 6 0 for the operation, and the business will

all be seen, plain as the noonday 30 B. 4th S. p. Epip. season.

Come, come, make no words 31/Mo.7*s so. 6h. 44m. eve. labout it, but “strive and thrive!”

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1848. FEBRUARY, second Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m.Days.d. m.]Days.d. m. Days.d. m. Days.ld. m.

1 117 S.15 7 15 29 13 13 32 19 11 28 25 9 18.
2 (16 58 8 15 10 14 13 12 20 11 71 26 8
3 16 41 9 14 51 15 12 52 21 10 45 27 8 33
116 23 10 14 32 16 12 31 22 10 24 28 8

10 5 16 51 11 14 12 17 12 10 23 10 2 29 7 48

15 4712 13 52 18 111 49 24 9 40

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• New Moon, 4th day, 8h. 58m. evening,

First Quarter, 11th day, 3h. 12m. evening
o Full Moon, 18th day, 1:1h. 13m. evening.
Last Quarter, 27th day, 3h. 38m. morning.
Length |DAY'S Full Sca,

D Dsou. of Days. INC.

PLACE. r. s.sh. m. 11 Tues. 17 145 14 10 00 56 14 26 8 23 thighs| 4 18 9 7 2 Wed. 7 13 5 15 10 20 58 14 27 9 33 knees 5 1010 0 3 Thur. 7 115 16 10 51 114 25/10 23 knees 5 57/10 53 4 Frid. 7 105 18 10-81 4 14 11 10 legs sets. 11 48 5 Satur. 7 9 5 19 10 101 614 111 53 legs 6 Bev. 43 6 SUN.7 85 20 10 121 814 2 ev. 34 feet 7 18 1 37 7 Mon. 17 75 22 10 151 11 14 3 1 14 feet 8 30 2 31 8 Tues. 17 6523/10 171 13 14 4 1 54 head 9 40 3 24 9 Wed. 7 5525 10 20/1 16 15 5 2 36 head 10 50 4 17 10 Thur. 7 4526 10 221 18 15 6 3 21 neck 11 57 5 10 11 Frid. 7 25 27 10 251 21 15 7 4 6 neck

morn. 6 4 12 Satur: 7 15 28 10 271 23 15 8 5 1 arms 1 3 7 0 13 SUN.7 05 30 10 301 26 15 9 6 10 arms 2 7 7 55 14 Mon. 6 585 31 10 331 29 14 10 7 34 arms 3 6 8 49 15 Tues. 16 57 5 32 10 351 31 14 11 9 Obreast 3 59 9 43 16 Wed. 6 555 3310 381 34 14 12 10 6 breast 4 47 10 35 17 Thur. 6 54534 10 401 36 14 13 10 56 heart 5 30 11 25 18 Frid. 6 52 535 10 431 37 14 0 11 41 heart oris. morn. 19 Satur. 6 51537 10 461 42 14 15 morn. belly 6 36 0 13 20 SUN.6 50 538 10 481 44 14 16 0 19 belly 7 33 0 58 21 Mon. 16 48 5 40 10 521 48 14 17 0 53 belly 8 31 1 42 22 Tues. 6 475 41 10 541 50 14 18 1 24 reins 9 28 2 25 23 Wed. 6 45 5 42 10 571 53 14 19 1 57 reins 10 25 3 8 24 Thur. 6 445 44 11 01 56 14 20 2 26 sec. 11 211 3 51 25 Frid. 6 425 45 11 31 59 13|21 2 59 sec.

morn. 4 35 26 Satur. 6 405 46 11 62 21322 3 33 sec. 0 16 5 20 27 SUN. 6 385 47 11 92 5 13 23 4 12 thighs 1 11 6 7 28 Mon. 6375 4811 112 713|24|4 57 thighs 2 5 6 55 29 Tues. 16 36.5 49 11 132 9 13 25 6 9lknees 2 567 46

VENUS will be morning star until July 16th, then evening star the resul of the year, ., JUPITER will be morning star until January 5th, then evensing star until July 26th, and then morning star the rest of the year.

FEBRUARY hath 29 days.

1848.

now be

matters.

Through piercing cold and drifted snow

Our spirits buoyant still ;
Forth to our task we daily go,

Nor does our ardor chill. 3 Courts, Aspects, Holidays, Farmer's Calendar. el À

Weather, &c. 1 Tu. r. low. I stal. 6 ! )

The Newspaper. 2 W. Purif. or Cand. D. A Now, after the work is all done 3 Th.7*s sou. 6h. 29m. eve. lamps lighted, let us take seats

up, the fire replenished, and the 4 Fr. Rev.war ceas.,'83.storm and hear the newspaper read. Lit5 Sa. Sir R. Peel

15., 1788.6 D $ Highstle Jethro is the boy for it, and 6 B. 5th Sep 6 h tides. when he is tired, Anna shall take

her turn. 7 Mo.) in per. of snow may anter sight than this? We now

Can there be a pleas8 Tu. {Marmi Sc.

see the benefit of schooling. I 9 W.19 r. 6h.53m.m. 6 ) see, Mr. Cleverly, that you have 10 Th. Vict.mar., 40. expected. not neglected your duty in these 11 Fr. 6 D Much Mid.

You have not been 12 Sa. Sir. so. 9h. ev.

backward, as the manner of too tides.

many is; you have visited the 13B.

oro more school to see how the teacher gets 14 Mo.com primis cal ferim.) Dr.h. along, and how the scholars im16 W. L. Murray d.,1826. able. and love their master, or are Dedham. 6 ) y comfort-prove; whether they are profita

bly engaged, love their books, 1z|Th.]; Peace with Eng.

Becomes like calves, turned into a bush 18 Fr. r. 7h. lm. m. 6 $ h pasture, where, here and there, a 19 Sa. in 8 cooler, High few only are able to browse a 20 B. Sept. Sun. with rain.

little, and get a scanty subsist21 Mo.C.P. North. tides. Very pine, on their fare.

Jence, while the rest hanger, and

Now, look 22 Tu. S Bate B. Vist: 7*s s.5h.7m.e. at these children, and listen to 23W. ) in apo. & in p. mild their performance. How prompt 24 Th. Fulton d., 1815. for the and ready they are, and how un25 Fr.

Changes

derstandingly they read! This

shows that their teacher has 26 Sa.

suddenly to taken the right course with his 27 B. Sex Sun. 6 $ 0 Quite pupils, and applied rules to prac28 Mo.Sc. p.

cooler. low tice; and a very important one is, 29 Tu.Milder again. tides. Istand, or endeavor to understand,

that the scholar should underwhat he reads. Newspaper reading is the most difficult, because of its variety; yet these children are able to go through it, from beginning to end, with ease, because they have been taught correctly.

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15 Tų.18.3.C.

rat., 1815.

season. Bonap. left

Elb., 1815.

l's Declination.

1848.

MARCH, third Month. Astronomical Calculations. Days. d. m. Days.d. m. Days.d. m. Days.jd. m. Days.d. m. 7 S. 25

6 13 2 45 19 0 23 25 1 59 2 7 2 8 4 431 14 2 21 20 N. 11 26 2 22 3

6 39 9 4 i9| 15 1 58 21 0 24 27 2 46

6 16 10 3 561 16 1 34 22 0 481 28 3 9 5 5 53 11 32

101 23 1 12 29 3 33 5 30 12 3 9 18 0 47 24 1 35) 30 3 56

Days of Month.

Days of
the Week. Rises.

h.

Sets.
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Buston. h. m.

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S.A.

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• New Moon, 5th day, sh. 33m. morning.

First Quarter, 11th day, 11h. 57m. evening.
o Full Moon, 19th day, 4h. 27m. evening.
( Last Quarter, 27th day, 8h. 35m. evening.
Lenyth Days Full Sea,

D's

D Dsou. of Days. INC.

PLACE.T. s.Sh. m. 11 Wed. 163515 50|11 152 11 12261 7 30 knees 3 46 8 39 2 Thur. 6345 5111 172 1312 27 8 49 legs 4 32 9 32 3 Frid. 632 5 52 11 202 161228 9 57 legs 5 15 10 27 4 Satur. 6315 54/11 232 19 12 29 10 45 feet 5 57 11 21 5 SUN. 629 5 55 11 262 22 11 5 11 30 feet sets.ev. 16 6 Mon. 6285 5611 282 24 11 lev. 11 feet 7 18 1 11 7 Tues. 6 265 57 11 312 27 11 2 0 52 head 8 31 2 6 8 Wed. 625 5 59/11 342 30 11 3 1 35 head 944 3 2 9 Thur. 6 236 0 11 362 32 11 4 2 19 neck 10 53 3 58 10 Frid. 6216 1 11 402 36 11 5 3 2 neck 11 58 4 54 11 Satur.6 19 6 2 11 432 37 10 6 3 48 arms morn. 5 51 12 SUN.16 17 6 311 462 42 10 7 4 40 arms 1 1 6 46 13 Mon. 6156 411 492 45 10 8 5 50 breast 1 56 7 40 14 Tues. 6 146 611 522 48 9 9 7 16 breast 2 46 8 32 15 Wed. 6 126 711 552 51 910 8 42 heart 3 29 9 21 16 Thur.6 106 811 582 541 911 9 48 heart 4 8 10 9 17 Frid. 6 96 9 12 02 56 9 12 10 37 belly 4 4310 55 18 Satur. 676 10 12 32 59 8 13 11 19 belly 5 16 11 39 19 SUN.6 56 1112 63 2 80 11 53 belly Oris. morn. 20 Mon. 16 36 12 12 93 5 815 morn. reins 7 20 0 22 21 Tues. 6 26 14 12 123 8 716 0 27 reins 8 17 1 5 22 Wed. 6 06 15 12 153 11 717 0 57 sec. 9 14 1 48 23 Thur. 15596 16 12 173 13 718 1 29 sec. 10 8 2 32 24 Frid. 557 6 17 12 203 16 619 1 59 sec. 11 4 3 1625 Satur. 5556 19 12 243 20 620 2 29 thighs 11 55 4 2 26 SUN. 5536 20/12 273 23 621 3 Othighs morn. 4 49 27 Mon. 15526 2112 293 25 622 3 35knees 0 48 5 38 28 Tues. 15516 2212 313 27 523 4 25 knees 1 34 6 29 29 Wed. 5496 2312 343 301 524 5 25 knees 2 24 7 20 30 Thur. 547 6 24|1237333 525 6 51 legs 3 8 8 13 31 Frid. \545 6 25 12 403361 426 8 13'legs 3 471 9 5

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