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CALCULATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1844.

PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR THE WHIG ALMANAC. BY DAVID YOUNG, PHILOM.

Notes, &c. for the year 1844. Solar Cycle.........
Venus (!) 'will be Evening Star until July 23d, then Roman Indiction....

Moruing Star until May 16th, 1845.

Year of the great Julian Period...

un period................... 6557S

The Moon will run highest this year about the 19th}

EQUINOXES AND SOLSTICES.

Sof(II) Gemini; and lowest about the 19th degree of ( )

Sagittarius.

The latitude of Herschel will be about 43' 42" south Summer Solstice, June.......

2011 Vernal Equinox, March...

this year.

Longitude of the Moon's ascending node (O2) in the Winter Solstice, December.....

Autumnal Equinox, September..

middle of this year, 8 signs and 13 degrees.

Mean obliquity of the Ecliptic in the middle of this!

MOVEABLE FEASTS.

year, 1230 Z7' 34.5'. True obliquity at the same time. I Easter Sunday.............

........ April

23° 27' 31. 3''.

Rogation Sunday......

.......May 12

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.

Ascension day........

.....May 16

Dominical Letters...

Whit-Sunday, (Pentecost)

May 263

3 Golden Number, or Lunar Cycle..

Trinity Sunday......

....June 2

Epact, or Moon's age, Jan 1st....

1 Advent Sunday.

Dec 19

ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1844.

There will be five Eclipses this year: three of the Sun and two of the Moon.

I. There will be an Eclipse of the Moon at the time of her full on the evening of the 31st of May. This Eclipse

will be altogether invisible at St. Louis, Natchez. New Orleans, Cincinnati, and throughout the greatest part of

tle United States, but at the following places the Moon will rise a few minutes before her last contact with the

Earth's shadow, with a small Eclipse on her upper limb, as stated below:

Boston. Harttord. IN. York. Philadel. Baltimore, Charl'st'n

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Charleston....

6 241

3.44

Detroit ....

6 137

1.14

Cincinnati....

6 63

6 53

4.14

Nashville....

3 91

7.00

New-Orleans......

5 441

11.82

St. Louis.....

5 465

8.00

3. Whole duration (where the whole is visible) 3h. 50m. Duration of total darkness, lh. 33m. Depth of immersion
3 in the Earth's shadow, 17.22 digits from the northern side.

V. There will be a small Eclipse on the northern limb of the Sun on the 9th of December in the afternoon.
s visible and chiefly visible in the United States.

Boston. N. York. |Baltimore Cincin'ati Charl'st'n; Austin. IN Orleans

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Greatest obscuration...

3 58

Duration ............

i 11 i 30

i 30 i 0

Bun sets....

4 254 30
Magnitude in digits..

2.08

2.04 1.86 2.941 0.57 | 2.31 | 1.15
3 The sun will be 2 digits eclipsed at setting at Boston, and 1 digit and one-eighth part of a digit at New-York. 3
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John Quincy Adams

1st month,

JANUARY, 18 44.

31 days.

Mr. ADAMS is now seventy-six years of age, and begins

to show the marks of time. His figure is of the medium Sawy.-Attempts at reform. when they 1 MOON'S PHASES.Boston. N.York Baltimore Ch'leston on Mer.

3 hight, and he seems to have become much broader of late; fail, strengthen despotism; as he that strug-

ds.h.m. h.m. h.m. h.m.

h. m. $.

his head is nearly bald with silver sprinkled locks. His man- gles tightens those cords he does not suc Full Moon........... 50 50 ev 0 38 ev. 0 28 ev. 10 14 ev. 1 ev. 3 413

3 ner is naturally cold and formal, but at times he is jocund & ceed in breaking... Let every man mind his Third Quarter.....12 4 47 ev 4 35 ev. 4 25 ev. 4 11 ev. 90 7 16

and pleasant. He loves wit and humor, and will laugh, own business, and then every man's busi-New Moon........19 1 34 evli 22 ev. 1 12 ev. 10 58 ev. 17 0 10 17 3

3 till the tears run from his eyes, at a good anecdote.

ness will be attendedto... Never forfeit your First Quarter ......2717 47 mo17 35 mol7_25 mo. 17 11 mo. 125 0 12 34

His mode of living is regular and temperate, but he is ever word: the saying in truth, ‘His word is as

3 ready to join in any innocent festivity. He takes a cold bath X good as his bond,' is worth more to any one Calendar for Calendar for Calendar for Calendar for 3

daily before sunrise, and most generally walks to and from than the interest of $10,000... If the Farmer Boston; N. York City: Baltmre ;| Charleston: 2

the Capitol, a distance of nearly three miles, and never wears

wishes to have his pork bar-

NEW - ENGLAND, ICONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, IN'TH CAROLINA,

an overcoat, except in times of severe weather. We met s a

rel and meal chest hold out,

Shim, a short time since, coming from the Capitol, at a latex

let him look well to his gar. | NYORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL- KENTUCKY TEN'SEE, GEO.. 3

Shour, without a coat or umbrella, in a drizzling rain, walk-

al den. Plenty of vegetables | MICH. WISKON-VANIA, OHIO, AND ALA., MISSISS.

Sing briskly along, like the humblest man in the crowd. He

conduce to health and profit. SAN & LOWA. IND. & ILL. MISSOURI. & LOUISIANA. 3

is most assiduous in his duties at the House: he is never ab-

3 sent, neyer out of his seat day or night. He sees every thing

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that transpires there; nothing escapes him; he keeps a daily

DAILY RECORD. Trises sets. sets. Bostrises sets. sets..NY. rises sets.sets. Jrises sets. sets.(Chn.

3 record of the minutest events of his life, and has now, it is 9 --

said, sixty volumies of manuscript journal. Very fond of.

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Spoetry in his way, he will willingly and promptly, at any 1

8 Circumcision.

40 7 27 4 41 3 43 5 417 23 4 45 3 397 55 3

55 3 3 24 3 403

time, at his desk, dash off a set of verses into a lady'salbum. 2

U Battle at Trenton, 1777. i 32 4 36

42 4 40 6 14 7 234 46 4 367 55 4 4 19

2 In debate he is always listened to attentively: members 3

Princeton,

5 39 9 527 43 5 34 7

471 5 30 7 5 5 41 5 12 5

leave their seats and crowd around him. His sharp, shrill, 84

6 29 10 3717 43 6 24 8 17 47 6 20 7 55

3 half angry cry of 'Mr. Speaker will arrest the ear in the 5

Richm'd burnt by Arn'ld, *81.17 rises. 11 2117 44 rises. 8 4517 48 rises.]7 55

Epiphany

most noisy and tumultuous moment. The treasures of his Y6

Benj. Franklin 7 32 6 2 11 5917 27 45 6 7 9 2317

49 6 11 7 55

3 mind are so rich that his mental powers laver tire in debate. 07

7 10 ev.3817 214 46 7 14 10 27 50 7 16 7 65

Mr. Adams is more known abroad than any of our public X8

Battle of New Orleans, 1815. 7

19 1 1317

8 21 10 377

Smen, having lived so long at foreign courts, and he has y91 10 im Aldebaran south 9 12. 17 32 9 281 i 5017

9 29 11 147

9 30 7 6

S been on intimate terms at times with Michols, Caulahcourt. 010 W

Great fire at Charl'ton, 1816.7 32 4 44 10 381 2 2817 49 10 38 11 527 10 387 6

Metternich, Canning, Wilberforce, Lafayette, Talley ruud. & 11 Th

Dr. Dwight died, 1817.

11 48 ev.342 11 4717 55 11 11 40 11 10

and many other great actors of the last half century. W8712 Fri

7 31

55 mor. 7 5 mor. 11 52

are not writing his history, and therefore shall not speak of 13 S W Steamboat Lexington burnt, i 31

0 57 7 5 0 47 ev.42

his politics or his prejudices. Many may have enmities 0146

(140 lives lost, 1840.17

1 54 1

3 toward him, but we feel assured they are only temporary;015 M

Charleston, S. C.burnt, 1778. 7

and, when he shall have passed off the stage, his virtues o Tu Battle of Corunna, 1809.

3 will be held in remembrance.

917

161 5 6 5

MR. CLAY AS SPEAKER.-Two or three days after Mr.

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Am'n. Independence acknw-17

sets.

3 Clay's elevation to the Speaker's Chair, for the fourth time, 0301

7

lledged by G. B., 1783. 7

19 mor. 7

in 1823, the following lines appeared in the Intelligencer:

'As near the Potomac's broad stream, t' other day,

Louis XVI. utheaded, 1793.17

10 597 185

Fair Liberty strolled, in solicitous mood,

William Pitt died 1806

3517 215 4 9 34 11 357 175

Deep pondering the future, unheeding her way,

Fred'ick the Great born, 1712.17

20 5 5 10 34 mor. 7 175 910 3317

28/10 46

She met goddess Nature beside a green wood.

Conversion of St. Paul.

5 611 33 0 10 7 165 1011 327

'Good mother,' she cried, 'deign to help me at need!

TEscape of Bonaparte from 7

mor. 0 447 155 11 mor. 17

I must make for my guardians a Speaker to-day;

The first in the world I would give them.' 'Indeed!

32 i 187 145 12 0 3067

(Elba, 1815.2

Peter the Great died 1725. 17

31 5 567 145 13 1 2717 0

When I made the first Speaker I made him of CLAY!'" 201

Constantinople burnt, 1730. 17 2015

201 16 5 11 28 2 447 135 14 2 2486 59 5

The Legislature of Kentucky, and the House of Repre-301 Tu 17 4cilCharles I. beheaded, 1643. 17 1959 9 3 28 6 30 7 155 13 3 23] 3 547 125 16 3 19 6 595

sentatives in Congress, seem always to have had this good '31' W'17 29' j 'Sirius south, 9 57.

17 1815 10' 4 201 7 5o67 145 14 4 151 5 14h 11'5 171 4 11/6 585 30
advice before their eyes while the first in the world' was 0.
among them. His captivating amenity, commanding dig. "SAMBO, is your master a good farmer?..." Oh, yes, "Why in de fuss place, he sells his hay in de fall, an' make
nity, exemplary impartiality and useful energy in the dis- massa fuss rate farmer-he make two crops in one year."...money once; den agin in de spring he sells de hides ob de
charge of his laborious duties, were attested by all parties. "Two crops in one year! why how is that, Sambo?"....cattle dat die for want ob de hay, an' make money twice."
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Mr. Clay and Col. Johnson.

2d month,

FEBRUARY 1844.

29 days.

In the memoir of Col. Johnson, lately published, (says

the Oswego Republican,) he pays the following eloquentCOLD BY EVAPORATION.-Evaporation pro-MOON'S PHASES. Boston. N.York Baltimorel Ch'leston on Mer. 3

tribute to the character of the Whig candidate, Mr. Clay. duces cold, because a fluid, when it assumes

ds. Jh.m. h.m. h.m. 1 .m.

It should silence forever, the mouthing, small beer politi-the form of vapor, abstracts a portion of heat Full Moon......... 43 59 mo 3 47 mo 3 37 3 23 mo. 1 0 13 513

Scians, who delight to talk of Mr. Clay's "bargain and in- from the body from which it evaporates. To Third Quarter.....110 38 mo 0 26 molo 16 mo.

mo. 02 mo. 9 0 14 303

trigue" with Mr. Adams in 1824.

prove this, place a small quantity of ether New Moon........18 4 2 mo 3 50 mo 3 40 mo. 3 26 mo. 17 0 14 203

From his earliest political career, he had been associ-Yon the back ofthe hand, and as it evaporates, First Quarter......265 14 mol 5 2 mo 4 52 mo. 14 38 mo. 251 0 13 24

ated with Mr. Clay, from the same State, and for many considerable cold will be felt. When persons

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3 years the representative of the adjoining district. For theñ catch cold after getting their clothes wet, it

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last eighteen years they have both been conspicuous in op-

is in consequence of the eva Boston: N. York City :Baltmre:1 Charleston

Sposite ranks. It has for that length of time, been the inter-

Iporation of water conting the

Sest of one to defeat the other. But under no circumstan-05

body so much that the blood-

INEW - ENGLAND,ICONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, IN'TH CAROLINA.

S ces could he ever be induced to utter a sentence to the

vessels of the skin are unable | N.YORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL-KENTUCKY) TEN'SEE, GEO. 3

detriment of Mr. C. as a citizen, a gentleman, a man of

to perform their accustomed MICH. WISKONVANIA, OHIO, AND

honor, of talents and of integrity. As a man he esteemed

functiouis. (Phil'cal Exp'nts.

ALA., MISSISS.

him, as an old friend he loves him, and in his honor, hedo

SAN & 10WA. | IND & ILL. | MISSOURI. & LOUISIANA. 3

s strongly confides. If Mr. Clay were the subject of this

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sketch, justice would require the same tribute of respect

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S to his magnanimity and fidelity."

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MR. CLAY's Course in regard to the public lands pre- X 1

Sirius south 9 53.

17 17 5 11 5 7 9 117 13 5 15 5 2 6 35 7 10 5 18 4 586 575 31
sents a striking illustration of his patriotic disinterestedness 2

Candlemass day.
17 165 13 5 48 10 13 7 12

19 5 416 57 5

and self-sacrificing devotion to the cause of justice. They 31

General Peace of Paris, 1783,7 15 5 14 6 25 11 oli 11 18 6 32 8

characteristic traits which he displayed upon this question 4 20 (Fr. G.B., U. S., Spain, &c.7. 145 15 rises. 11 401 10 19 rises. 9

S remind us of an anecdote of him, related a few years sincex 5l 210 Earthquake in Sicily, 1780. 2 135 17 15 ev.1917 95 16 9 43 7

by that eminent statesman and high-minded Whig, Wil-

8 261 0 5617 85

440 Alliance formed between thez 115 18

21 8 27 10 2017

Sliam C. Preston, in a speech at Philadelphia, “On one

2AM

7

(U. S. and France, 1780. 2 105

23 9 38 10 577

9 32 9 33

occasion,” said Mr. P.," he did mc the honor to send for x 8

62 Earthquake at London, 1780.7 95 21

10 50 11 347 35 10 4816

10 39 10 10

S and consult with me. After stuting what he proposed, I Fri

J. Q. Adams elected Presi-7 8

11 46 10 483

suggested whether there would not be danger in it-wheth-101

Ident by H. of Rep. 1825. 7 7

mor. 11 30

Ser such a course would not injure his own prospects, as il

De Witt Clinton died, 1828. Z5

1 916

well as those of the Whig party in general. His reply was, 12 M 13

(Sexagesima.Z 4

2 1616 41 1 58) i

SI did not send for you to ask what might be the effects of 13 13 29 2. Capt. Cook killed at Owu-3 35 27

3 176

the proposed movement on my prospects, but whether it is Y14w 13

[hee, 1779.7 15 28

4 106

53

Sright. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT, THAN BE PRESI-015 Th 12

4 566

DENT.'

16 Fri 12 27 Melancthon born, 1497.

5 41 10 326 56

5 356 45

A BLUNT EPITAPH.-In Luton churchyard, Bedford - 17 Sa 12 Peace with Eng. ratified 1815.6

6 12 11 216 54
6 10 8 45

6 816 44

Sshire, an uncourtly voice from the dead to the living 181

Quinquagesima. Martin Lu-6565 5 34 sets.. mor. 6 53 36 sets.. 9 256

46 sets.. 8

speaks as follows:

019 M 11 24 *

(ther died, 1546.6

7 18 0 16 52 7 19 10 116

7 1956

7 2018

Reader! I have left a world

Tuil 3 Voltaire born, 1694.

8 20 0 376 8 20 10 3616

8 196

8 16 9

In which I had much to do .

Ash Wednesday. [1732.

22 i 126 40 9 20 11 76

9 196

9 12 9 43

Swenting and fretting to get rich:

20 r George Washington born.6

41 10 19 11 396 46 10 1716 10 7 10 15

Just such a fool as you.

8 Sir Joshua Reynolds d. 1792.6

i 22 2 1516 42 11 18 mor. 44 11 15 6 50 11 210 452

ANOTHER EPITAPH.-The following quaint Epitaph is 24

8 Peacock cap. by Hornet, 1814.6

43 mor. 0 96 43 45 mor. 6 36 11 57 11 18

copied from a churchyard, Finsbury, near Chatham:

8 ist Sunday in Lent.

44 0 16 0 4216 46 0 126 35 mor. 11 52

Time was I stood as thou dost now,

i 7.6 34 050 mor.

And view'd the dead, as thou dost me:

29 Elias Hicks died, 1830. Pes-6

2 06 335

1 42 0 373

Eere long thoul't lie as low as I,

(talozzi died

52 2 576 375 49 2 486 325 55 2 31 i 33

And others stand to look on thee.

29 Til 7 431

431 Procyon south 8 55.

15 49 3 36 4 21'6 36/5 50 3 336 3115 55 3 141 2 573

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d month,

MARCH, 1844.

31 days. 3

The maker of brickdust and the house-carpenter, the

3 mason and ship-builder, the tailor and shoemaker, the hat-WhYS AND WHENS.-Why is a pig in a , MOON'S PH'S. Boston. N.York Baltimore Ch'leston, on Mer.

ter and milliner, the blacksmith and watchmaker, the iron-parlor like a house on fire? Because the

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founderer and the saddler, the author and his publisher, the sooner it's put out the better. When is a Full Moon...... 4 4 18 ev 4 6 ev. 4 3.56 ev. 3 42 ev. 11 0 12 303

soap-boiler and apothecary, the wheelwright and the loco- lady like a trout? When she takes a Fly Third Quarter. .11 8 36 mo 8 24 mo 11 8 14 mo 80 mo 9 0 10 373

3 motive builder, the cabinetmaker and ropemaker, and all that brings her to the bank. Why is the New Moon..... 18 7 33 ev 7 21 ev. 18 7 11 ev. 1.6 57 ev. 17 0 8 233

the various handycraftsmen of civilization, are as much sun like a good loaf? Because it's light First Quarter...2710 18 mo 0 6 mo 26 11 56 ev. (11 42 ev. 125 0 5 58

manufacturers as the makers of pins and buttons, of tin- when it rises. Why is a bird a greedy crea- 1

3 ware and cutlery, of cotton shirting and broadcloths. The ở ture? Because it never eats less than a

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chief ground of difference is, that, while the capital of peck. When is a fowl's neck like a bell? | Boston; IN, York City: Baltmre: Charleston.

3 some of these crafts-men and crafts-women consists in their

skill, or two hands and ten fingers, or brains and sinews, la

Why is n't a boy like a

When it's rung for dinner. INEW - ENGLAND.ICONN. N. JER- VIRGINIA, IN'TH CAROLINA,

S that of others consists in their money, which employs the

pretty bonnet? Because one

I NYORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL- KENTUCKY TEN SEE, GEO..

skill, hands, fingers, brains, and sinews of their neighbors.

becomes a woman, the MICH, WISKON- VANIA, OHIO, AND ALA., MISSISS,

If either of these more properly merits the name of manu-

other don't. (Lon. Punch.

SAN & IOWA. IND. & ILL. MISSOURI & LOUISIANA

facturer, it is he who does the work, and the workers are o

3 they to whom these crafts are most essential for a living,

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and as the foundation of wealth. To oppose manufactures,

DAILY RECORD.

rises sets. sets.Bos.rises sets sets. N Y. rises sets. sets. rises sets. sets. Chn.

is therefore to oppose every man who depends on handy-

craft for a livelyhood-it is to oppose the march of civilið

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16 5 496 34 7 51 4 136 2:15 56 3 591 4 25

John Wesley died, 1791.
HOME MANUFACTURES CHEAPER THAN FOREIGN-

16 355 504
4 51 7 216 33

5 57 4 39 5 38
20 Sunday in Lent.
Since the manufacture of cotton goods commenced in this

2010 326 32

58 5 16 6 32

S country in 1816, the prices have been reduced on an average 0

es. Il 146

59 rises. 7 14

in James Madison born, 1757.
about two-thirds. Woollen goods, oil cloths, refined sugar,

7 20 11 52

59 7 16 7 52

Scut nails, spikes, and the various articles of iron manu- 91

A Col. Crocket killed at the Ala-6 29 5 56 183 ev.315

508 33 9 55 57 8 326

01 8 25 8 31

mo, 1836.6

facture, leather, pins, &c. &c., have all fallen materially

56 9 5111 86

579 48 10 32

in price, the moment protection has been sufficient to raise 0

39 Boston Massacre, 1770.

5711 6 1 48

51u 111 12

domestic competition. It is scarcely possible to put one's so

mor. 2 27

59 mor. 11 51

3d Sunday in Lent.

Sfinger on an article of home manufacture, encouraged by

do 11 ev.35

protection, which has not been cheapened; and this too in 10

28 1 Benjamin West died, 1820. 620 6

Sthe midst of increased wages of labor, and higher prices of 19

agricultural products.

w Planet Herschell discovered, 6 176 3

[1781.6 15

A PLEASANT and cheerful wife is a rainbow set in the 12

Andrew Jackson born, 1767. 16 136 514

w Nathaniel Borditch d. 1838. 6 12 6 6

sky, when her husband's mind is tossed with storms and

4

1

43 10 176 11

7 4 4006 106 x 4

Sand tempests; but a dissatisfied and fretful wife, in the 18

6*4th Sunday in Lent.

8 5 9 i 06 10

85 86 9

* Stamp Act repealed, 1766. 686

Shour of trouble, is like a thunder cloud charged with elec-

6 9 ets.. (11 396 8

9 sets.. 16 86

6 76 19
tric fluid. At such a time a “wise man will keep clear,”

7 86 66

Sif possible, in order to avoid the shock.

6 56

8 9 10 716 11 8 76

8 Bp. Asbury died, 1816. 16 36

12 9 710 3816

12 9516

THERE are two important eras in the life of a woman-905

8 Fire at New Orleans, 1788.6 16

511 816 13 10 216

3one when she wonders who she will have, the other when

16 06 14

ü il 3916 06 14 10 586 1

she wonders who will have her.

115th Sun, in Lent. Queen Eli-5 58 6 16

1811 58 mor.5 596 15 11 516 0 11 33 10 473

(zabeth died, 1603.5 566

mor. 0 1115

mor.fi 22

PLUTARCH used to say, that men of small capacities put

15 54 6 18

44 0 46 5

11 0 23 mor.

15 53 6 191

11 i 9 0

Sinto great places, like statues set upon great pillars, are al

3

15 51 6 20

Raphael born, 1483.
made to appear the less by their advancement.

10 1 52 0 57

Fri 3 37 Gustavus III. assassinated, 5 49 6 21

6 17 2 31 2 16

A country boy being asked the other day what was

| 4 2

(1792.5 47

3 175 52 6 17 3 9 3 42

3 meant by Universal Suffrage, instantly replied: "Why it

F14 23 ir Palm Sunday.

15 46,6 23 3 51 5

22 3 50 6 215 476 22 3 495 516 11 3 45 4 57

means that every man should suffer alike."

QUTILITY OF LAUGHTER.-A hearty laugh is occasionally brains, and the hypochondria from his ribs, far more effects

Rouge is the extreme unction of departing beauty.

an act of wisdom ; it shakes the cobwebs out of a man's ually than either champagne or blue pills.

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S John Tyler's Opinion of Henry Clay, Ø 4th month.

APRIL 1844
(When John was Honest.)

30 days. 3
few days afterward, he thus expressed himself:

At the Whig dinner to the Delegates at Washington, a RAPID CRYSTALIZATION.-Make a strong MOON'S PHASES. Boston. N.York\Baltimore Ch'leston on Mer..
3. "I do declare, in the presence of my Heavenly Judge, o so
solution of Glauber's salt in boiling water,

ds.h. m. b. . |h. m. Th, m. el h. m. s. 3
uage, ya Florence flask, and, while hot, cork it up; Full Moon......... 3] 2 14m. i 2 2mol 1 52 mo.] 1 38 mg

3
that the nomination given to me was neither solicited nor

ea nori a vacum will thus be formed by the conden- Third Quarter..... 9 5 252v 5 13ev. 5 3 ev. 1 4 49 ev. 510 1 28
Sexpected; I went to the Convention IN HONOR OF.HENRYtion of the steam above the surface of the New Moon........17 11 48m. 11 36mo 11 26 mo. 11 12 mo 17 morning.
CLAY ; and in the defeat of the 21shes of his friends, 4. Y solution within the flask, when the solution Firet Ninter......25 3 230v 3 21 ev 1 3 11 ev. 1 2 57 ev.25 11 57 48

ne OJ Inem, made a sacrere Jeepne even mousy is perfectly cold. If the cork be now care-
my own name was associated with that of Harrison. *

1. ** & fully taken out the whole will begin to I Calendar for I Calendar for Calendar for Calendar for
I AM A TRUE AND GENUINE WHIG, and in the Capi

crystalize. Should this effect not be im Boston ; N. York City, Baltmre | Charleston;
yonder, I have shown my love of Whig principles.”

mediately produced, drop a NEW - ENGLAND.ICONN, N. JER- VIRGINIA, N'TH CAROLINA,

e crystal of the same salt into
SENATOR BENTON'S OPINION OF HENRY CLAY,-In

it, and it will instantly shoot N.YORK STATE, SEY, PENNSYL-KENTUCKY TEN'SEE, GEO.,
3 Benton's better days.-In 1824, when Henry Clay was first
a candidate for President, Thomas H. Benton, then and 0.5

into crystals, commencing | MICH. WISKON- VANIA, OHIO, AND ALA. MISSISS.
3still a Senator from Missouri, was an active supporter of

with the crystalso introduc'd.

SAN & IOWA. IND. & ILL. MISSOURI. & LOUISIANA.
Mr. C. for President. a Member of the Clay Central Com->
mittee, &c. The following extract of a letter from Mr.

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DAILY RECORD,
Benton first appeared in the Missouri Intelligencer of Oct.

rises sets. sets. Bost rises sets sets.NY.frises (sets. sets.Irises sets. sets Chn.
3220, 1824. We only publish it to show on what grounds
Col. B. supported Mr. Clay, and what policy he then con- in

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Election in Connecticut, 1844 5 446 24

4 215 49 6 19 4 205 55
sidered Republican. Here is the document;
"The principles which would govern Mr. Clay's admin-
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Sistration, if elected, are well known to the nation. They in

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Goldsmith died, 1774. Harri-5
have been displayed upon the floor of Congress for the last

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18
seventeen years. They constitute a system of AMERICANO 2

Good Friday.

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30 11 9 1 2615

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Policy, based on the Agriculture and Manufactures of his

Easter Sunday.
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upon internal as well as sea-board Improvement-upon the 8 .

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3 independence of the New World, and close commercial al-8.

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liances with Mexico and South America. If it is said that: 10

U.S. Ba'k incorporat'd, 1811.5

Bonaparte abdicated, 1814.
Sothers would pursue the same system, we answer, that they 11
founder of a system

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is the natural executor of his own 12an
work; that the most efficient protector of American iron, 13 SA

9 16
lead, hemp, wool and cotton, would be the triumphant 141

F9 37 Low Sunday.
champion of the new Tariff; the safest friend to interior 15

40 4 2 10
commerce would be the Statesman whohas proclaimed the 0 16

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T|Dr. Franklin died, 1790. 176 42 sets.. 11 425

30 sets..
3 Mississippi to be the sea of the West ; the most zealous 17

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promoterof Internal Improvements would be the President, 18 h

8 Election in Virginia, 1844.

431 8 1 mor. 5

Battle of Lexington, 1775.
who has triumphed over the President who opposed the 9191

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construction of National Roads and Canals; the most suc-0201

LI 20 Sunday after Easter.
cessful applicant for treaties with Mexico and South-21

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2:16 33 10 17 9 50
America would be the eloquent advocate of their own 22
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nor. mor. 5 13 6 44 mor.15 22 6 34 11 47 10 58
THOMAS HART BENTON.” 0231
independence.

Brazil discovered, 1500.

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35 mor. il 41
3 How To CHOOSE A WIFE.-Lay a broomstick in her
Th 13 23 52 St. Mark.

36 0 27 mor.
way-if she steps over it, don't take her, if she picks it up 20 r13 421 SL Hume born, 1711.

36 1 4 0 33
Sand puts it carefully away, or sets to work with it, take her ( 27/Sa 14 James Monroe born, 1758.

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F 14 20 10 30 Sunday after Easter.
if you can get her.

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PUNCTUALITY.-It is well said by Macklin that 'the 30Tu'14 571 -

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3 want of punctuality is lying.'

PASSION.- A man in a passion is like Vesuvius in an erup- the edge of the crater, to dealdestruction to others.... Which
Joe Smith's Kirtland Bank notes nave the Ytion, vomiting forth flames and red hot stones, which descend is the best, to be over head and ears in love, or in water ?

y immediately into its own bosom, till chance directs it over in the winter, in love; in the summer, in water.
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