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Ist Month

JANUARY, 1830. hath 31 days. On the first of every January reckon with yourself, and reckon honestly : bring into view all debts and credits, notes and accounts ; ascertain wbat was the amount of your expenses the last year, and the loss or gain; make out a fair statement, and enter the whole in a buok for the purpose. Having arrived at this important knowledge, you will imitate the prudent traveller, who always keep in view where he is next to move: you will look forward, and calculate bow and in wbat way you shall best meet and prosecute the business of the ensuing seasons. In all your calculations, remember the soul !

If you want any thing done, go; if not, send. MOON'S PHASES. D. 8. M. EQUATION OF TIME. First Quarter,

1 9 38 E. Full Moon,

8 10 36 E.
Last Quarter,

16 11 7 E.
New Moon,
24 11 58 M:

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First Quarter, 31 5 51 M. Days. I 53
D.D.

Sun Sun Sun's Moon
Miscellaneous Matters.

Muon M's High M. W.

Rises. Sets. Idecl. s. Sets. South. PL. Water.
H.M.H. M.

H. M. H. M. IS. M. 1 Fr Circumcision. 17 26 4 34 23 1 morn. 5 47 0 46 2Sa Bat.Princeton,1777|7 254 3522 56 0 11 6 38 20 1 41 3c 2 Sun, af. Christm, 7 25 4 35 22 50 1 19 7 3181 250 4M 7 *s sou. 8 35 ev. 17 25 4 35 22 44 2 201 8 24 18 4 16 5 Tu Aldeb'n so. 9. 20 ev.7 24 4 36.22 37 3 33 9 1801 5 30 6W Epiphany.. 17 24/4 3622 301 4 8510 12 16 6 44 7Th 5 south 2 7 mora. 7 23 4 37 22 28 5 3411 729 7 36 8/Fr Lucian.

17 234 37 22 15 rises. 11 5915 8 21 9 Sa High tidey. 17 22 4 88 22. 6 5 37 morn. 261 8 59 10C 11 Sun, aft. Epiph. 7 214 39 21 58 6 35) 0 51 52 9 37 11M Dr. Dwight d. 1817.7 214 89 21 48 7 34 1 3922/10 11 19TuY'd El sou. 9:50 ev: 7904 4081 891 8 84 9 96|g|10 45 13 W. HE

17 194 41(21 29 9 30 3 111611 19 14Th Peace ratified 1784.7 18 4 42 21 18/10 25 3 53 28 11.51 15 Fr D in apoger... 17 18 4 42 21 711 22 4 35»eve.27 16 Sa 7 *s gou. 7 43 ev. 7 1714 43 20 56 morn: 5 18/22 1 8 17 C 2 Sun. aft. Epiph. 7 16 4 44 20.45 O 18 6 1m 1 57 18 M Quite low tides., 17 15 4 45 20 33 1 14 6 45/16 19 Tu 5 south 111 morn./7 144 46/20 201 2 10 7 31 28 417 20 Woenters and 7 144 46 20 7 3 7 8 19 1 5 32 21 Tb Louis xvi.beh. 1793.7 134 47 19 544 5 9:11 23 6 36 22 Fr Vincent.

17 12 4 48 19.40 5 1/10 519 7 30 23 Sa Aldeb'n sou. 8 3.ev.2 11 4: 4919.26 5 5311 0 90 8 16 240 3. Sun. aft. Epiph. 17 104.50 19 12 sets. (11 56.8 57 25M Conv. of St. Paul. 17 94:51 18 57 6.23 ev. 52/19 9 38 26 Tuló OH

17 84.5218 42 7 34 1 47 710 17 27 W Gr.elon. Din p.17 74:53 18 27) 8 44 2 41/18 10 57 28 Tu Pet. the Gr.d.1725.7 64.54 18 11 9 58 8 342 11 86 29 Fr George III. d. 1820.7 54 55 17 55/11 24 2617 mom. 30 Sa 7 *s squ..6 44 eve. 7 44.56 17 39 morn. 5 19/81 0.19 silc 4 Sun. aft. Epiph. 17 34 57 17 221 0 10 6 12/131 1 9 New-York.

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2d Month FEBRUARY, 1830.

hath 28 days. Importance of Punctuality:-Method is tbe very hinge of business; and there is no method without punctuality. Punctuality subserves the peace and good temper of a family. Punctunlity produces calmness of miod. A disorderly man is always in a hurry, be has no time to speak to you, because he is going elsewhere ; and when he gets there, he is too late for bis business, or he must hurry away to another before he can finish it. Punctuality gives weight to character. « Such a man has made an appointment. Then I know he will keep it.”. And this generates punctuality in you; for, like other virtues, it propagates itself. Servants and cbildren must be punctual' where their leader is so. Appointments are debts. I owe you punctuality, if I have made an appointment wiih you; and have no right to throw away your time, if I do my own.

If you want any thing done, go to the man who is full of business. He that has nothing to do, can do nothing. MOON'S PHASES. D.

EQUATION OF TIME. Full Moon,

2 46 E. Last Quarter,

15 7 32 E. New Moon,

11 40 E.

Days. D. V.

Sun

Sun Sun's Moon Moon M's High Miscellaneous Matters. M. W.

Rises. Sets. Idecl. 8. Sets. Soutli. Pl. Water.

H. M.H. M. O H. M. H. M. u. . 1M Low tides.

17. 14 5917 5 1.16 7 529 2 12 2 Tu Purif. of B. V. M. 17 05 0 16 48 2 19 759 7 8 33 3W8 Oh

16 595 1/16 31 3 20 8 53 26 5 2 4 THY'd Ell sou. 8 14 ev. 6 585. 2 16 13 4 15 9 45 6 16 5 Fr Sirius sou. 9 21 ev. 6 575 315 555 510 8722 7 11 6 Sa h south 11 47 eve.. 6 565 4 15 36 5 49 11 27 4 7 57 7 C Septuagesima Sun.6 555 515 18 rises. morn. 18 8 36 8M High tides. 6 535 714 59 6 15 0 14 7 9 11 9 Tu

6 525

8|14 401 7 13 1 0 121 9 44 10 W Y'd Ell so. 7 50 ev. 6 515 9 14 2018 9 1 44/24 10 15 11 ThInf. Ó O S 6 505 10 14 1 9 7 2 26110 45 12 Fr Din apogee. 6 48 5 12 19 4110 3 3 9/18/11 17 13 Sa Swartz died, 1798. 6 475 1313 21/10 58 3 52 m 11 50 14C Sexag. Sun. o stat.6 465 1413 011 54 4 3512 eve 27 15 M Sirius so. & 42 eve. 6 45 5 15 12 40 morn. 5 20 24 1 10 16 Tu Tides low.:

6 435 17 12 19 0 51 6 7 1 | 2 5 17 W Ghent tr'y rat.1815 6 425 1811 58 1 47 6 57/18 3 18 18 Tho enters ) 16 415 19/11 37 2 437 48181 4 44 19 Fr h south 10 53 eve. 6 405 2011 16 3 37 8 42 14 6 2 20 Sa Y'd Ell so. 7 11 ev. 6 385 22 10 54 4 27 9 3728 7 3 210 Quinquagesima Su.6 375 23 10 33 5 14 10 33.7 53 22 M Washington b.17326 36 5 24 10 11 sets. (11 30 27 8.58 23 Tu Shrove Tuesday. 16.345 26 9 49 6 20 ev. 263 919 24W Ash Wed. D in per. 6 335 27 9 27 7 33 1 22/27 9 59 25 Th Very high tides. 6 325 28 9 5 8 46 2 17 7 10 39 26 Fr Sirius so. 7 59 eve. 6 305 30 8 42 9 58 3 12/26 11 19 27 Sa 5 south 10 22 eve. 6 295 31) 8.2011 81.4 78 morn. 280 1 Sunday in Lent. 6 285 32 7 57 morn. 5 225 0 3

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3d Month

MARCH, 1830. hath 31 days. The Life-Boat.-The world is a wreck : said a speaker at a missionary meeting in England. We have all been overtoard ; but, glory be to God, he sent us the life-boat! We were taken in-some half dead, and others gasping for life--and all brougtit safe to land! And now, what shall we do with the life-boat? Shall we not send it off to the wreck, and try to save the rest of the crew ? or shall we be so hard-hearted as to say, " Let them save themselves as they can-or let them go to the bottoin ?" Far be it from us! No, sir; we bave come hitber on purpose to man ihe briat, to victual and provision ber afresh, and send her off again, to en. deavor to pick up aod save the rest of the crew. MOON'S PHASES.

EQUATION OF TIME. First Quarter,

1 3 6 E. Full Moon,

9 8 36 M. Last Quarter,

17 0 40 E. New Moon,

24 9 48 M. First Quarter,

31

2 M Days. D. D.

Sun Sun Sun's Moon
Miscellaneous Matters.
M. W.

Moon M's flig
Rises. Sets. decl. s. Sets. South. Pl. Water.
H. M. H. M.

H. M. H. M. H. M. 1M Procyon so.8 40 ev.6 265 34 7 35 0 14 5 57 0 0 52 2Tu John Wesley d. 1791 6 25 5 35 7 12 1 16 6 51|28| 1 52 3W Low tides.

6 2415 361 6 49 2 13 74415 3 11 4Th Sirius sou. 7 37 ev. 16 22 5 38. 6 26 3 41 8 3619 4 38 5 Fr Regu's so. 10 54 ev. 6 21 5-39 6 3 3 50 9 26 34 5 55 6 Sa k south 9 52 eve. 6. 2015 40 5 391 4 32 10 13 14 6 52 7C 2 Sunday in Lent. 16 18 5 42 5 16 5 811 0127 8M [Inf. 6 0 6 17 5 43 4.53 5 41 11 44 m 8 16

9 Tu Middling tides. 16 16 5 441 4 29 rises. morn.21 8 49 10 W Gr. elon.

6 14 5 46 4 6 7 3 0 285921 11 Tb Sirius so. 7 11 eve. 6 1815 47 3 42 7 59 1 10 15 9 51 12 Fr D in apogee. (178116 11 5 49 3 19 8 55 1 53 26 10 22 13 Sa PlanetHerschel dis. 6 10 5 50 2 55 9 51 2 36m 10 53 14 C 3 Sunday in Lent. 16 9 5 511 232 10 47 3 21 2011 26 15 M Procyon so. 7 48 ev. 675 53 2 811 43 4 6 1 leve. 2 16 Tu 5 south 9 13 eve. 6 615 54 1 44 morn. 4 5414) 0 44 17 W (Regu's so. 10 10 ev.6 55 55 1 21 0 38 5 44/27 1 37 18)Th Low tides.

6 35 57 0.571 i 316 36/19 2 47 19 Fró 21

6 215 58 0 33 2 227 29 23 4 13 20 Sa o enters p. 6 1/5 59 S. 9 3 9 8 24.5 39 210 Mid-Lent Sunday. 5 596 1N, 14 3 541 9 19 20 6 45 22M Ceylon Miss. estab. 5 586 2 0 38 4 36 10 147 7 38 23 Tu

(1816.5 57 6 3 1 2 5 1511 10 20 8 28 24WD in peri. Tides 15 556 5 1 23 sets. (eve. 612 95 25 Th Annun. of B. V.M.5 546 6 1 491 7 42 1 320 9 46 26 Fr [quite high.5 526 8 2 12 8 55 % 018 10 27 27 Sa stat.

5 516
9 2 36 10 6 2 58/2011

9 28C 5 Sunday in Lent. 15 50 6 10 2 5911 12 3 55 I 11 53 29M Regulus so. 9 26 ev.5 48 6 12 3 23 morn. 4 52 19 morn 30 Tul south 8 21 eve. 5 476 13 3 46 0 14 5 4700 O 42 sily 15 4616 141.4 g 1 91 6 40116

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4th Month

APRIL, 1830.

hath 30 days.

Tbe human frame may be compared to a watch, of which the heart is the main-spring, the stomach the regulator, and what we put into into it the key by which the machine is wound up. According to the quantity, quality, and proper digestion of what we eat and drink, will be the pace of the pulse, and the action of the system in general. When we observe a due proportion between the quan. tum of exercise and that of excitement, all goes on wen. If the machine be disordered, the same expedients are employed for its re-adjustment as are used by the watchmaker: it must be carefully cleaned and judiciously pilled.-Med. ddoer.

He is happy, whose circumstances suit his temper; but be is more excellent, who can sait his temper to his circumstances.

Don't buy what you don't want, because it is cheap. MOON'S PHASES. D. 8.

EQUATION OF TIME.
Full Moon,

8 2 23 M.
Last Quarter,
16 1 53 M.

**OE-6lY New Moon,

22 6 31 E. First Quarter,

29 2 58 E. Days. D. D.

Sun Sun Sun's Moon
Dliscellaneous Matters.
M. w.

Moon M's Higb
Rises. Sets. Idecl. N. Sets. South. Pl. Water.
H. M. H. M.

H. M. H. M. H. M. 1 Th Low tides. 15 446 16 4 32 1 5717 31 29 2 53 2 Fr Jefferson b. 1748. '15 486 17 .4 55 2 401 8 19 34 4 17 3 Sa Regulus so. 9 8 eve.5 426 18 5 18 3 17 9 624 5 52 4C 6 S.in Lent.Palm S.5 406 20 5 41 3 52 9 51 mm 6 31 5M

5 89/6 211 6 4 4 24 10 84|18| 7 17 6 Tuo 02

5 386 22 6 27 4 5311 17 4 7 54 7 Wh south 7 51 eve. 5 86/6 24 6 49 5 21 morn. 11 8 28 8Th D in apogee.

5 85 6 25 7 12 rises. O 028 9 0 9/Fr Good Friday, 15 846 26 7 34 7 58 0 43 ml 9 31 10 Sa Gen. Gates d. 1806.5 33 6 27 7 56 8 501 26/17 10 2 11 C Easter Day. 5 316 29 8 19 9 46 2 12 29 10 35 12 M Easter Monday. 5 806 30 8 4010 402 59 + 11 9 13 TuEaster Tu. [h stat.5 296 311 9 211 33 3 47|23 11 46 14 W Regulus so. 8 28 ev.5 27 6 33 9 24 morn. 4 37|vs|eve.28 15 Th Spica so. 11 40 ev. 5 26 6 84 9 45 0 23 5 29 19 1 20 16 Fr 5 south 7 18 eve. 5 25 6 35 10 7 1 11 6 221. 2 26 17 Sa Dr. Franklin d. 1790 5 236 37 10 28 1 55 7 15 15 3 50 18C 1S.af. Eas. Low S. 5 226 38 10 491 2 36 8 829 5 15 19 M Bat. of Lex. 1775. 5 216 89 11 10 3 16 9 27 6 26 20 Tulo enters 8 5 2016 4011 31 3 54 9 5728 7 22 21W

[perigee. 5 186 42 11 514 32 10 52 78 10 22 Th Sup. 0 0 $ Din 5 17 6 48 12 11 sets. (11 50 28 8 58 23 Fr St. George. Tides 5 166 4412 51 750 eve.489 35 24 Sa

[high.5 15 6 45 19 51 9 0 1 462810 17 25C 2 Sund. aft. Easter.5 146 46 13 11 10 62 45 11 0

5 126 48 18 3011 6 3 42127 11 42 27 Tu ó. HE

15 11 6 49 13 5011 581 4 39% morn. 28 W Spica so. 10 52 ev. 5 106 50 14 9 morn. 5 3195 0 30 29Th Tides diminishing. 5 96 51 14 27 O 43 6 22 5 1 22 BolFr La.ced.toU.S.18035 86 52 14 46 1 247 9201 2 26

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5th Month

MAY, 1830.

hath 31 days.

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Hume.David Hume observed, that all the devenit persons be had ever met with were melancholy. On this Bisbop Horne remarked, this inight very proLably be ; for, in the first place, it is most likely that he saw very few, his friends and acquaintance being of mother sort ; ani, secondly, the sight of him would make a devout man look serious at any time. It is tbe perfection of holiness to do what God loves, and love what God does.

The bate which we all bear with the most Christian palience, is the hale of those who envy us.

Assurance of hope is not to be obtained so much by self-examination as by active piety.-Pres. Edaards. MOON'S PHASES.

H.

EQUATION OF TIME. Full Moon,

7 7

6 E. Last Quarter,

15 11 22 M. New Moon,

22 2 17 M. First Quarter,'

29 5 52 M.

Days. D.D.

Sun Sun Sun's Moon Moon N's High
M. W.
Miscellaneous Matters.

Rises. Sets. decl. N. Sete. South. I'. Water.
H. M.HM.

H. M. H. M. H. M 1 Sa St. Philip & St. Jas. 5 76 53|15

0 7 55 m 8 39 2C 3S.af. East. I o 55 56 55 15 22 2 32 8 39 15 4 55 SM Spica so. 10 34 eve. 5 46 56 15 40 3 2 921 27 5 59 4 Tu Bonaparte d. 1821.5 36 57 15 57 5 31 10 346 47 5 W 24 stat. ) in apogee. 5 216 58 16 15 4 010 46 20 7 28 6Th Antares so. 1 28 m. 5 16 59 16 32 4 30 11 30 m 8 4 7 Fr Spica so. 10 18 eve. 5 017 0 16 48 rises. morn. 14 8 38 8 Sa 0 O'G

4 597 117 517 46 0 14 26 9 11 9 C 4 Sund. aft. Easter. 4 587 2117 21 8 41 1 1 1 9 45

4 577 8/17 37| 9 35 1 49 20 10 19 11 Tu

4 567 417 52|10 26 2 39 19 10 55 12 W Antares so. 1 5 m. 4 557 518 8 11 14 3 29 15 11 32 13 'Th Amer. Bib. So. An.4 547 618 2311 58 4 21 28 ere. 14 14 Fr 24 south 3 54 morn. 4 537 7 18 37 morn. 5 13mm 1 3 15 Sa Hi stat. Low tides. 4 527 8|18 520 39 6 425 2 i 16C Rug.Sun.G.elon. 8 4 517 919 6 1 18 6 567 3 18 17 M Hn. J. Jay, d. 1829.4 507 1019 19 1 55 7 49,23 4 45 18 Tu Antares 30. 0 41 m. 4 49 7 11 19 33 2 31 8 42 P 6 2 19 W Dunstan. [ in per. 4 487 12 19 46 389 36 22 7 2 20Th Ascen. D. Holy Th.4 477 13 19 58 3 4610 31 8 7 52 21 Frent. II G.elon. 4 46 7 14 20 11 4 28 11 29.22 8 37 22 Sa High tides. 14 457 15 20 25 sets. eve.28 D 9 21 23. S. aft. Ascen. Day. 4 457 15 20 358 52 1 27 21 10 3 24 M Copernicus d. 1543. 4 447 16 20 46 9 49 2 25 5 10 45 25 Tu Spica so. 9 7 even. 4 437 17 20 57 10 59 3 21 2011 26 26W Calvin died, 1564. 4,427 1821 7 11 23 4 14 52morn. 27 Th 24 south 3 morn. 14 42 1821 18 inorn. 5 316 8 28 Fr Ms.Miss. Soc. form-4 417 19 21 28 0 0 5 50 29 0 53 29 Sa

ed, 1799. Low 4 407 2021 37 0 31 6 35 m 1 44 301C Whit. Sun. [tides. 4 407 20 21 46.1 5 7 18 231 2 45 31 M Whit Monday. 4 39 7 21121 55) i 33 04 3 55 New-York.

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