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Full text of "An astronomical diary, kalendar, or almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1790: : ... Precisely adapted to the horizon and meridian of Hartford. Lat. 41 deg 56 min. north longit. 72 deg. 56 min. west: but may serve indifferently for all the towns in Connecticut, and the adjacent states."

UNIVERSITY 
OF PITTSBURGH 




Dar. Rm. 
AY132 
H3A959 
790 



LIBRARIES 






-AN H '- , 

AIST^ilONOMICAL DIARY, KALENDARi"«ji ! 

^AliMANACK; I 

■ ^ '■■ '■ ' ' , :. [ 

For the Year of oyr LORD \ 

I 

.1; 7 9 o- 

And from th« /Creation of the World sjgg. 

An<ithci4tHofAi«^«jcAgklNDrriKDENC£,tiIlJuly4th 

Be in^ the feCond after B i s, s e x,t i i » or L t a r Y s a * . 

Whtrdn ''drt contained, 

Lutisrtions^JEdipfes of thfcl^^ijiAnip?, SuTCanti "Nlooti j 
rifing and fctting, t imtt ^f high water. Court s, Afpcas 
judgment of the weather, Fcafts ^ ; I'elCls oi tht 
Churches,, Scc^ &c, . '."' 

PitcitfcTy adapted to the l^oriton ^nd >hrri<Jtaii.<ff i ' 
>0Rfi/l^..<j4 Bog, 56 mm^I^^rthijoiigtti *i r.^« 

ToWti* in Connecticut, anii the «dj»ecw ^tat«s. 



By N. Strong, iate Profei- 

for af Matheip»tick»,|uia Natural Ehylofophy in Y4le ^. 



OH ! fcer how foon the unwcary'ci furl 
' His circling^ race ag?jn has ruti 1 
So titnt is ever 6n 4hf fiight. 
Nor. tires by day,- nor Hccrs": ^-'if. 



II A R 



liCUPSKS, for A. D. 17^57""^"" 
q-^HERE will be five Ecilpfes ihis year, vh, two of. the 
. A Moon and tnree of the Sun | three of which wSl be 
v.oible. 

j J. The firf^wUlbcofthe Moon, i^ the oth degree ti 
jScorpie, April 28th, partly vifiblc, a^d tocal^cafculawd 



nj. 

H 
43 
12 

59 
46 



f. 

40 
59 
s+ 
48 



^ 



After- 



as folicws. 

lEcginniii^ - . 

jlngrefj o{" ^/loon's center 

Befianing of total darkneis 

Middle of tkeEcIijvfe 

fEnd of total darkaefs 

jEgrefs of Moon's center 

jEnd and lull recovery of 1 

! Li^^ht. J ** 4J> 

i Whole Duration, 3 h. 29 m. 36 f. 

;Duration of total darktiffs, 1 h. 34 m. ^8 f. 

iQ^iantity of greateft inuneilion into the canhs fhadow, lo 

1 Digits 3-5. ^ 

N,^ B, The 6m fets at 35 rain, after 6, fo that the mid- 
- Q. the Ethpfe will be about 7 min. afier the Sun fets J 

;ii;d the Moon will rife totally Ecli^fed. j 

I 11. The fecond will be of the Sun, in the 24th decree ot' 

j Taurus, May i3ch, about half after n o'clock at night, iu- 

vi£blc. ^ ' 

I HI. The third will be of the 6un, in the i6th <Jegrceof 

ji^ibra, Oaober 8:h, about 5 o'clock in the morakig, invifi. 

!ble. * 

IV. The fourth Vfu] be of the Moon, in the 30th decree 
greeof Aries, oaober 22cl, vifible n-ad total. Calculated 

:is follows, Jj. 

Beginning - » 6 

Ingrefs of Moon's center - 6 

Beginning of total darknefs 7 

Middle of the Eclipfe - g 
jEfld of total daiknefs - 9 

Egrefs of Moon's «cn;er - 9 
.iiadand tall recovery of light 10 

Whole duration 3 b. 53 m. 50 f. 

Deration of Eclipfe at Moon's center 

i'uratioa of total d»rknef^. t b. 40 rji 



m. 

32 
56 
38 
28 

51 

26 



f. 
12 

20 

57 
8 

*9 

56 
3 



U 



ight. 



2 h. 55 m. 
22 f. 



76 {. 



/:?:LJi!!!l!2L'^£f^l^f5%|a^erfior , jg| Digits 



h. 


m. 


f. 




oo 


30 


00 ■ 


\ 


1 


3» 


00 


f Aftei 


I 


S7 


30 


1 noon. 


2 


32 


00 


J 



V. Tbc fifth will be of the Sun, in the mb degr^^ ^ 
Scorpio, Nov«aiber 6th, vifible, and calculated £s follows 



J3egitining 

Middle 

Great«ft obfervation 

End - ' ■ ^ 

jpurEtion, 2 hours and 2 minutes. 

Digits Eclipfed near 5 op the upper part of tbf 

Son. Set tbt figure t 
Moon's Lai. at middle 74 m. 32 f, N, incrcif. 
, h. m. .0/, 
As to the world in genera], the Eclipfe 1 
begins, 11 40 00/ 

MiddleofthegencralEclipfe I i8 z^ ? ^^^^ 
End in every part of the world 2 56 503' 
Whole duration on (bme part of the earth, 3 h. 16 m 




forenoon. 



56 f, 



A^r'onmical Note&y for A.p., 1790 

Prime or Golden No. 5 

Epaft - r - J4 

Cycle of the Sun - 7 

Ponunic«i Letter ti C 



YeargfpionyfianPeriod 119 
o/:,|ioauo.J.')dii;>ion 8; 
of jDliao Period 6503; 



Names and rharaHtrs ^Ohe ' zjigns of the Z$ciac, &r.dthi ii 
fiuence the Moon hai e^er rie Jiveral paffi pj tit human ^V 



r^srtbirn Signs', 
Aries, the Ram V Head. 
Taurus, the Bull « Neck. 
Gemini.the Twins n Arms. 
Cancer, the Crabas Breafi. 
Lro, the Lion Si Heart, 
rgo, the VirgiQ »R Beily, 



Houthf-rn Signs. , , 

Libra,the B'allancc t!:^ Reiri^.l 
Scorpio, thcScOrplon rifepr^^ 
Sagit3rius,the A/f^ct J^,thigil». 
Capricornu'SjthcGba^ kf^nqe 
Aqua rlu8,theWateii^ar,<:e: leg. 
Pikes, the Fjfhes X Fecit;. 



Names and Chars^trs eftle Sun (ind Vlantts. 

O Sol or Son, O ""r .5 Luna c\t M-oon, T^ Saturn, ^1^ Ji^,- 
■>iter, $ Mars, $ Venus, ^Mercury,© TeJIus oi* Larilt. 



Ch-s.ritBtrs of ibi five JfyeSs^and Ncaes, '^ , 
>5 CbpjundVion, g Opjpofufoh ' A 'i^rinef'' D QjjaVf^le 
j|( Sextile. Q Drajgon'i He«d,. o«- arccndlng Ncdc'j, (31 
O'fipnrN T?ii, rr df!rendiii*p. Node. 



d A N U A R Y hath 



T N E O 



D MAI D. 



3^ Days. 17 go. 



BEFJOLD St«ira'5 ydlow, wrinkled facf, 
And meagre phiz, beFtft of every gra«« ; 
She finds no pleafiire but in envy now, 
^^■ho fits ent.hron'd upon her fullen braw. 
To rafige the houic, to fcold and fret aod fosw. 
The greateit pleafuie fhe enjoys at home ; 



W, Afpeds Weather &c. 
C' 
b' 



i*uiiiV]ooa jiiday 3 1 Mo/n. iFirilquar. 2 idd^TTI 
Lell qaar. 7tk day lo night JFulI Moofl 30th day i 
Ncw^oonj^r^hdav 2 J- morn. I 



iVtorn. 
f aftn. 



_. R^G S.F, S. D's P 

aCircuiBcifion Q 17 tt, 729511057 16 
b, raw windi, . 7 jp 5 {247 30 

Cidpsftchriftwfup. t5 ^ © 7 29 5 M I heart 



'^i h Hit 6 % D 
ej chilly weather, 
(^ IjEpiphany, ptxkifs ©Per. 

ram. 
bO'*io paft i'ij 
Ml p3t&'Kp'ipb&ny, 
gathering 

for 

fnow 
6r rain, 

then cold 
2<f p»ll' Epiphariy. 

weather, 
O eaters .c;:; /ucceeda 

fftovv Starts, 
9 Apogea. 

weather 3 foath 5h. 15 
oaoderates Jj lb. 6 e 

jd p. Epi. 3 fo.6.40 D 



♦i* 



z6\ » 



27 



285 

27 5 
Z7 5 



-z6 54 IP 
»5 5 

25 5 



3 
3 i« 



r ^4 5 

17 24 5 

7 23 5 

17 23 5,^ 39 

[7 23 5 1035 

}7 il S!ii4 

17 20 5!a o 

\7 19 50 44 

J7 '851 26 

/ '7 52 ID 

7 '« ?2 5 

7 i^ 53 36 

7 '5 54 i 



fouth 



D To. 7 367 II 5 



'"finds and J fo. 8 3 1 
tha ^y 5 fo. 9 25 



&8, Si cloudy &t 2) fo. r6 z'l 






turas. 
IC. C. I b«licaded 1649 
Septaagef. Sund. (5 i;' J 



351 28 
belly 

»7 
r«.ias 

27 
Itettt 

^5 
thighs 

23 

kn«e$ 
18 

leg* 

»9 
50 

h-ead 



56 
6-44 

3' 46 



I> rii'c 

6 4: 

7 541 
9 3 
»o 14 
It 26 

Morn, 
io 43 



7 »3 5 
7 i» 5 



10 5 

9 5 



7 5 



li 

7 31 

3 25 



8 59 21 



loiS 



6 51 1 19 
5 si M ' 



25 
neck 

'9 
arms 

10 

28 
breafl 

26 
heatt 



' 4* 

» 41 

f 58 

!• 50 

; 43 
' J' 

)^»ets 

6 M 

7 9 
i 9 

10 !6 

11 14 

Ndorn. 

> 12! 

I.? 

3 «>; 
+ K 

^ 53 

5 ,45 

J rife 

6 .^o 



FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 1790. 


Whene'er fti* gaii (of all her fei tke (hamc,) 


'Tis but to laurderTomc unfpotted fame. 


She vicvvs each lad »nd lafs with canker'd eye». 


1 he firft'3 X fop— the laft's a flirt flie cries; 


V. hene'cr a little charmin* prattler plays. 


Around a matron who her charge furvejrs. 


Laftguar. 6ti» day 6 -| Morn. 


Firll^uar. 2xA day 10^ aig^t. 


NewMcon 1 3 th <!«y 8 1 night 




1\4W 


Ajpticts weather &c. , |R. ©a. l<Mea. > 'sF. j<-> «. 
Windy 8 14 n'7 3 50 91 belly 7 50 


1 d 


2 r' 


CanidJeotfas. • Pen. 


72 -).» 20 itj si 


3 f 


" how blsftii aud 


7 1 ' 5!i ^A.\mn& 


10 13! 


4 ^ 


a coW 


6 59 6;2 481, 2J 


II 42 


5 a' 


raw 


6 58 6,5 4i;fccr»t 


Mdin. 


6 6 


feafon, J S5'^ 58 6|4 37 


^' 


?i 


7jC 


$txn^zt Sund. O. 20:^,6 56 6;, 38 


thighs I 44.J 


8 d 


martfnotv abooc |6 54 66 26 

this j6 53 67 23 

feafon, 6 52 6 3 2? 


18 


* 33 


9 e 


kneci 


III 


ro f 


»5 


^^ g 


($ ^ © ^ S» 6 


9 9 


2tf- 


4 ^7 


I2|» 


ck)i»<Jy and i6 49 6 
riv 6 48 6 


9 56 


1«%* < 33 


.3 b 


16 38 


21 Dffeu 


H C^Quinquagef. Surd, 8 7106 46 6 


u 19 


feet 


6 9 


15 idj (Valentine 6 46 6 


II 59 


15 


7 4 


16 e:ShroVf Tu«fday ^Apogc.6 45 6 


^.44 


27 


? 4 


17 fjAfh Wedncfday, 6446 


I 2? 


hesa 


8 59 


rS^g 


fome pleafant weatker 6 43 6 


S, 16 


21 


9 58 


19! i 


Inf. <5 5 « turtis 6 42 6 


i 46 


neck 


to 48! 


20! 


O'cnter* H > e 6 40 6 


3 39 »5 


li 53 


2liC 


itt Sunday in Lttat, 6 38 6 


f 29' 27 


Morn, 


"; ^ 


gatheriug Jfo. 6 aale 37 6 


J 22 arms 
6 J q 23 


51 


23' e 


for 3) fo. 7 15*6 36 6 


I 48 


2^! ^ 


6%^ 5 fo. 8 6'6 35 6 


7 6! breafl 


2 46 


esjf 


fnowor D f©. 9 i|6 34 6 


3 I 


>9 


3 33 


26' s 


rain^ J fo. 10 57|6 33 6l8 57 


heart 


4 2>1 


27! fc 


wiody, !6 31 6*9 58 


I8 


4 5-4 


2^ C 


si.Sand, in Lent. 16 29 6^0 44' bell) 


LAO 



^ith te;:der heart and feeU « mother', jots • "^ 

-t«ri a fnarls, •< bovr can you bear the noift " 
C)f brats around you, truly, I fhould fear, 
1 hey'd ftun mi fo, J never more Aiould hear. 
1 might have had e'en twenty year* aga, 
My pick of .' wtethearte.er'ry handfom- beau • 



J-uilM-oBiftdaM|MorB. 
Laftquar.7thday4iArtn 



MW 
I 



, Mpt&s, weather &c 
, 4 High tides Q la 
2] e o Peripee 



N'ew Moon 15th day 2 1 aftn 
Firft qu«r. zzd day "10 Night 
Full Mootj 30th d»v 8 I Mo'n 



c 



4 g raw winds 

5 « perhaps a 
6,' ^^ culd ilortn, 
7'C 3d io Lent. 

cwiJight fhorteft Q 19 x'6 
high xviods 
and frequent 
fnew 
fqozllt, 
and 
l-th in Lent. 
5 ^^6 ho . uncoiTjfertable 
16 ei weaiher. Low tid«,6 
'7 fl e Apogee 16 

19 « rain > |g 

'^ b0 enters T cr fnow 
i 1 C rtb in Lent. 



124J f. ' iiormy 
hj gLady day 
jS'^i Aftaion aboot 
27J bj thefe says 
^fijCJPalm Sunday ^ ., 
*9| d. ? feen in Uie <ai!. 
'60! ej fiying cloud 



^^> fi windy high tides. 




|5-S . 

)5 ,56. ; 

> To. 640:5 547 
D ^o. 7 45 5 52 7,6 
J (0.8455 51 /[Z 
3) fo. 9 405 50 
J> fo. )0575 4g 7j9 
15 48 7! 10 
Peri.^5 47'7i'i 



APRIL hath 30 Days. 1790. 



WouM kneel before me, praife mj pretty face, 
And fvvear no other e'er poffefs'd Inch gr»ce : 
Applaud my eyei, tliat did with diamoAds vit , 
My lilly IkJa and cheek* of roly dye. 
To fprightly.vfif, I once had fome pretence. 
And oasand all a'.Iow'd me foHd fcafe ; 



Lail ^ar. 6tk diy 5 Morn, i Flrftcjuar. jzd day 4 Morn. 
jNfwMoon 14th day 7^ morBJ Fail Moon 28tb day 7 Aftn, 

R#f 

9 >5 

JO 26 
M 27 
Morf 

18 



Afptits, weather &e. 

Gaod Friday, 

chilly winds, f- 

Eafter Sunday. 

rain ioon 
aod chilly winds 
cold 

n*2ght3 



M 
I 

z 
3 
4- 
5 
6 rl 

8! g 1( Staclo.iary, 
g! al fun often 



o;b 



i6 

20 
23 a 



cioadcd O 20 V 



II Clft pad Eafter. 
izdl^dueft. Fr. Meeting, 
13 c Apogee 

14. fO clock together. 

a {oaepleafftnc 
b wtTS) wuatket 
Czdpaft Eafter. 
eaters ^ 
April ihowers 
hue taa 
V cold a 9 fo. 64 
1 fcafonfor * <o. 7 33 
24 ^veg£tau«n. ) fo, 8 255 
*S, Cisd paft Eafter. > fo. 9 1 2 5 
26J dibigbu^es, ) fo. 10 145 
271 rj Perigee. 

:8 i,^ Eclipfe. 

zggj Sup.* ^5 50 jQj 

|0 &;0»frl»tin ^^ Piilii6ji s 



O 

43 
4^ 
4» 
39 
38 
37 
36 

34 7|7 
32 717 
30 7|8 



F .fea #'»p 
3 25! iecret 

,^^ 
thigh 

kneeslo 
20 |i 

le.?8(I 



28 7j8 
7 
7 



23! 
22 
21 

8- 

5 

35 

J7 

59 

9 4^ 

10 19 

.1 t6 



26 
25 

24 7 
23 7 

22 7 

«i 7 
20 7 
18 7 

16 7 
M 7 
137 

12 

»o 7 

9 7.Q 14 
8 7I10 *8 
7 7.11 »5 
6 7lVIora 



nsck 
20 



16 

28 

feet 

22 

head 
15 

. i\ n 

36 
21 
11 

531 l^'eaft 

3S 

4» 

12 

belly 

f8 

reins 



37 

Ifecr 

7 
8 



5« 
r 52 

arms;9 44 

14 |i0 3g 

27 i'l 219 

Mors 

o 



23 

heart 



33 



19 
fecret 

«9 



5 7I0 ti' thigh 9 19 



o 
I 
2 
1 
3 
4 

9 rife 
8 I 



MAY 'hath 3i__Days7_j75o. 

Tfcus you nuy fee, I might with eafc have gaiu'^ 

A liulband looB, but th«;> I ftHl retaLn'd 

A wilh to irve in hippy, maiden ft»te • 

Nor c»rM to make laan maHer of my fate 

I knew fuU *ell at any future time, 

Should i but wife (for charms ci»ough were mine,) 



M W Aiueih, Weather &c. k a s- iw <^.. ;;rT~-7rr=— 



AlpeetE, Weather &c 
fettled S 10 rn 



R O b'.jF.lea. flT^p.k^T 



2j C 4th jpaft Eaftcr. 
3, d rain about 
4j e this time. 

Gen. Eleaion Newport. 
Vacarion Y. College. 
6 ^ % cloudy 
19 » dell 

»'logation Sund. fetfon 

then li 53 8 

• Apogee. fool 4 j* g 
weather » e 4 51 8 
f Afceofionda/.G.E.HartL |o gio 59 
- pleafant sad ( q ccliplcd,l4 ^n 8 1 1 2 c 

15 b warm i -^^ ^ > 

16 CiSoaday paft afceafio*. 
dj perhaps 
e] fomc fliowera 
f\ mtk 
to eaters u thunder. 



a 
b 
CWTiitStfnd. 

d 
e 
f 



I St ]) To. 10 4 

high iides, 9 Perigee 

zi ftX. C. Ilre^orcd, i66o. 

*9| M pretty warm 

30 q Tn'nitj Sunday. 

I'Lf^! day». 



4 48 8 A 

I447 It 
46 8t 
45 8* 
44 83 

* r . K43 «4 
J 10.6 194 4? 8 5 

I Co. 7 SL 41 8 '6 
> ^o-. 7 5* 4 40 8*6 

»fo.8 5o^ 398I7 
1 ro.9444 38 8- 



II 50 

MEorn 



8 belly 

5* »7 
50 reins 

8 44)' 26 

9 42 fecret 

10 431 »6 



II 58 

Morn 



thigh 
26 
kReei9 32 

_«3 



JUNE hath 30 Days. jfgo. 



I ne«d not fail of bringing half a fcore. 

Of fighing lovers, cringing to my door ; 

Mj prefent ftate ie free from ftrifeand pain,— 

A» I hare done, fo would 1 db again. "^ i 

'Tis thus to hide chajrin, Statira cries. 
While her brilk tongue, her panting heart belief j 



Lun quar, 4th day ii i Foren-jFirftquai. 10th day si AftD 
NewMoon izxh cay o I A f^n.j PoH Moon 26th day at noon 



Afpe^s, we?-ther iiC. 
S 10 TT, 
forne 



34 8| 
4 34 
warw 4 33 ^ 

weather 4 32 8 

? gr. Elong. orient -frd. 4 32- S 
\i\ paft Trinity. {zra j- 31 8 6 

bat it would he 4. 5Q,^7 

B es «*ei' • Apogee. 4 30 
19 n there were 
more. 
Nights cuniinue 
to be 
2d paft Trinity. 

cold 
e O clock together, 
f now 

g expt& a 

pleafant warm 
b fctfon, 

Q'-^i psft Trinit^'. 
d o eaters S5 ♦Perigee 
tiperhaps J S3 fo. 8 34 

thunder D fo 9 35I4 28 ^ 

St.JohnBapt. l>ro. 1028-4 28 8|9 
flying 



R O'SiF.Sea.j^'sp 



- Fnf. 6 5 O 



3! d 

/9I e 

o| f 



clouds 



4:ii part Trinity. 
h«at 
and 
rhander (holers. 




4 i8 8|io 36 
4 28 8(1 1 3c 
4 28 frMorn 
4 29 8,0 17 
4 29 811 9 
4 30 8!» 57 



The only wifh thai fills her anxious breaft, 

A ,i""' ^'^^'.-'^ '^'t'^ '^J^omflie might be bleft - 

Should one apply. <he'd feire the offcr'd blifs. ' 

N or wait t^»o alking,, but at once fay yes. 

ye fair be wife, and aft your part by times, 

y»iiik beauty's fun in his full luftre ftinei ■ 



i222ul^ 



MlWj Afpe^s Weather &:c. iro-^^Vi^-'jf--^-- 
aplenty of ^ ^^ gi 

Cstbpaft Trinity. ^ ^' ^'^ 

d about o Apogee 
e b Stationary ]> q 
^ this time, 

g then we 



:tech 



pail Trinity 
a dry 
feafon 



Jjope f( 



% Retro^grade. for 

harveft 
*' and hay, 

d7th paft Tri»ity. ^ p^^ 
d butruiiry ]) 52 
cj hot, and thucder 
f/Cominenc. Cambridge, 
.^©ef^teri),. J fo. 9 , , 
3|i»bout theic J To. 10 1 
bf days 

C;8cfi paS Trin» Dog Diy 
^j ^<^af (begii 

e mcreafes isjgbt 
i] ind day 
r| 'JO left 

s| prevented 
*^ _^ ^by fhawers. 




AUGUST htth 31 Days, r 


?9<^ 




He fooa will fct, his fteeds do fwiftly run. 




Nor (haH your charms e'er Toe to-morrow's fun. 


No more tkc rofc upon its ftock remains. 


>Mien piercing cold binds rivers with its ahaias j 


Nor doc*thc charming liUy more appear, 


W hen winter rules in turn the varying year. 


Lart quar. 2d day n Fore Firft qoar. 17111 day ^ i- Morn* 


t^ewMoon 10th day ioi_Fa. Ful 


IMoon 
R GS 


24th day I 1 Afterv 


M 


'^ 


Afpeas, Weather &c. 


, F.Sea.,#s'p.:R«r. 


I 


c 


9th paft Trinity. © Apog. 


4 52 S3 23 


24 '10 8 


2 


<: 


« 6 n; B 8 


4 53 84 S 


neckjd 32 


3 


c 


aowexpedl 


4 54 H 54 


iS 


|M«rn 


4 


t 


a hot 


4 55 «5 55 


30 


P »9 


> 


g 


fultry 


4 56 ^6 32 


arms 


« 3 


6 


a 


feafon 


4 58 87 27 


26 


' 55 


7 


b 


with thunder. 


^ 59 78 i? 


bre.Hl 


2 41 


8 


C 


10th paft Trinity. 


50 7'? 12 


22 


3 W 


9 


d 


fiiowers 17 il 


5 J 7'0.,5 


heart;4 17 


10 


e 


ia divers 


5 2 710 55 


19 .^fet* 


I i 


f 


places. 


5 3 7'» 52 


belly 


7 25 


12 


g 


Sup. «J 5 © 


5 4 7'A 33 
5 6 71 26 
5 7 72 23 


'7 


7 50 


i^ 


a 


tremendoirt 


reins 


8 i6' 


^^il 


thunder. # Perigee. 


j6 


9 7 


'^■i^' 


1 ith paft Trinity. 


5 8 73 17 


30 


9 47 


i6j c 


pei^haps t Q 


5 'O -74 13 


lecret 


10 26 


17 


f 


it may be gathering 


5 •» 


?S 5 


29 


11 17 


18 


f 


5 HZ 


76 4 


thii^'h 


Morr 


19 


i^^ 


fettled > fo. 845 14 


77 5 


27 


19 


20 


a 


rain. J fo. 9 1 s 15 


78 t 


knees 


» 4 


2, 


b 


D fo. 9 5iJ5 16 
'2t.h paftTrin. Jfo. ii 125 ly 


78 s: 


24 


2 53 


22 


c 


79 5- 


leg. 


3 J 


23 


d 


Q entera m 


5 >8 


710 3c 


19 4 2 


24 


<• 


heat 


s 19 


711 13 


ecT j'^.'ik 


25 


f 


rain and 


5 21 


7M 6 


14 ^ 4® 


26 


g 


thunder 


5 22 


7 ^ jrr. 


26 


7 ic 


27 


a. 


after which 


5 23 


70 39 


h-.. 


" 45 


2g 


bl a cooler air. 


5 25 


71 2fc 


zo 


8 11 


29 


Ci3Th paft Trjn. St. Jnbr'5 26 


72 6 


leck 


8 43 


3^ 


dj (Sapt. beheaded. 1 ^$ 27 


72 52 


»4 


9 23 


^i 


e'O clock together. 5 29 


b 4^ 


26 


K' i. 



SEPTEMBER hach 30 days. 1790, 



The Tcrnal fun, ttvc rofe and lilly brings, 

But youth cnce g«nie, no more iir beauty iprings ; 

Kach coming year will fwiftly pafs away, 

Id Ice April fnows before the folar ray, 

And would YOU give whate'er you hold moU: dear, 

You ne'er can ftop diem in their fleet career. 



Laftqvuxr.iftday 2 ^ AftD.|Firft qaar. i5ihday 10 f- Foren* 


NewMcK)n 8th day 9faighv Fail MoOn 23d day 3' Morn. 


M;W /iipeCU, Weaather 6ic. RJujiS. F,fea 


♦ •ip.ROc>. 


J 


f S 3 "15 30 74 3c 


aims 105a 


2 


g Commenc. Provideoce. 


5 3' 75 •* 


21 11 48 


3 


a Pleafane weather 


5 32 7;6 31 


breaftMorn 


4 


bDog days end. <S !{. O 


5 3\ 77 ^ 


J 6 48 


5 


C I4.h paft T?init,v. 


5 35 7.:7 57 


30 1' 47 


6 


d eioudy at QifTtl 


5 57 7.8 5c 


heart 2 54. 


7 


e tu;ns. 


5 39 79 4^ 


27 '3 55 


g 


f Com. N,tw-KAV£N, 


5 40 7,'° 34 


belivl^reis 


9 


g' cooler air uclefs 


5 4' 7 


!I 24 


^5 '6 34 


10 


a there be afouih 


5 43 7 


;a 23 


rei -7 13 


i I 


b wind # Perigee. 


^ 44 7 


ji 17 


i6 ,7 51 


;2 


C 15th p?fT Trinity. D S;"^ 45 7 


2 1? 


fttreiS 41 


'3 


■ d' fp i table weaihcr 


5 47 7 


3 9 


25 9 16 


H 


eF.MhSTiNcN.L.W.L. 


5 4^ 7 


4 9 


ihigi:9 59 


M 


fC Dt:Tr,Col. (^- Toliantl 


5 49 7 


5 6 23 ;it z, 


I ■ 


■•Dro. 73. tocu..«&ga> 


5 "io 7 


6 3 


kneeoMprn.l 


17 


-I DiO. 752. iher the Ia:f 


? 52 7 


5. 52 


.9 io 3 


is 


b ^f'j. & 50 (ha) 


5 53 7 


7 50 


Ict-'s 57 


19 


C,i6th paft Trinity, ^io. 9 

dj coo] ni^bts, (3* 


5 55 7 


8 38 


16 


2 3 


2C 


5 ^67 


9 24 »9 


3 7 


2 


T.MeetingH.NH F 


5 58 7 


to . 8 feet 


4 7 


Zx 


•'! (gHXiA Mid. 


6 f 


io 46 23 


? 3 


Z: 


;;'.:,'ain may be 


J 1 c 


'I 35 '^^•■•■^ 


• rile 


24 


1 ir.XDzQ.--d ^ Apogee. 


6 2 C 


^,lorn 17 


, 26 


l2t 


.^8 he ^-m 


6 4 C 


18 28 


6 58 


!2t- 


Mhyuip^ii'rnmty. 5 55,6 5 6 


I 3! nect 


7 2D 


■2 ;v 


dj ealt vvardJy .'6 6 6 


■ 45i 22 


H ,5 


2 : 


'St. M;.,r.d. |6 3 ^ 


i 33; ' ;„. 


8 ^i 




■ '.ida arid (6 9 6 


3 uj 5f •'- 15 




- •«!«. I9 JO 6 


r„''' 


vn 


:. .a:. 



OCTOBER harh 31 Da^ 


•s. 1790. 


' Thus when you arc with honeft ardor prtfs 


'J, 


By fo'me fond yodth to make him ever blefs'd ; | 


Ifafret- fearch 3 ou (houM with pleafure find 


, 


"iliat honor reigns unrivall'd in his rriind : 




That 'he from all, but venial faults is free, 




And evfT conftant, doats on none but thee 




Laftquar. ift day 6|Morn.|Firftqu:a-r. 141 


h day 81 N.ght 


NcwMoonSchday 4 Morn. Full Moon 2 2d day 8 iNight.| 


Laftquar. 30: 


hdav 10 J Tiipht 1 


S^- 


V 


Aipeits, weather, &c. 


RfonS. 


F. 


iea.le'si-.jR®;). 


I 


3 


S3 1 Ml 


6 12 6 


5 


4 breafl 1 1 42 


2 


b 


Storms 


5 14 6 


5 


56 


24 


MOiH 


3 


Qj 


i8th paflTrinicy. 


5 i5 6 


6 


42 


heart 


39 


4 


d and vviudy 
e| frolty 


') iS 6 


7 


35 


21 


I 43 


5 


6 196 


8 


*3' 


belly 


2 53 


6 


f| tights. 


(J 20 6 


9 


26 


20 


«lr 58 


7 


^.G 15 ^ 


•T 22 6 


!0 


18 


leini 


5 £ 


8 


a Twilighc Diorteft. Sun E- 


6 23 6 


II 


ir^ 


' 20 


P fets 


9 


^ D£2 (© Perigee. 


5 24 6 


A 


6 


rt?cret 


6 26 


li. 


C;iQ:h paft Trinity. 


6 25 6 




3 


J9 


7 M 


u 


a 


cold increafes 


;5 26 6 


n 


6 


thich 


8 b 


iz 


e 


and high boillcrous 


6 27 6 ^ 


6 19 


9 3 


^3 


f 


\^inds 


6 28 64 


7 


knees 


10 5 


'4 


g 


General Court N. Haven. 


6 29 65 




'7 


II 6 


'5 


a 


a fettled 


6 31 65 


53 


30 


Morn. 


!6 


b 


rain D io. 7 46 


6 33 66 


46 


legs 


8 


'7 


C 


20th p. Trin. D fc. X 32 


6 34 67 


32 


26 


I 12 


;8 


d 


may icon }> fo. 9 14 


5 35 6^ 

6 37 68 
6 38 69 


H 


feet 


2 15 


'9 


^ 


be expe^ed, J; lo. 9 57 


57 


20 


3 » 


io 


f 


fnf. 6^0 Dfo. 1042 


42 


head 


4 7 


il 


g 


cold nights, 


6 40 6 1 


18 


H 


5 * 


:!2 




J) vifibiy Eclipfed. 


6 42 611 


8 


26- 


JriJe 


-3 


b 


0in D 'sS3 ph. 48 m. P. 


6 43 6 II 


52 


neck 


5 39 


-4 


C 


21ft p. Tri (M. ®pog. > 


6 45 6tvl 


Dm 


ly 


6 IS 


-5 


d 


chilly (?3 enters til '6 47 6[o 


381 arms 


7 ^! 


.:6 


t 


winds 


6 48 61 


j6| 13 


7 5^^ 


.'^7 


i 


and fome 


6 49 6I2 


i8| 25 


8 41) 


38 


P 


fi?BS of 


6 50 63 


73,breart 9 4?! 


'9 




falling 


6 51 6,3 


57j 20 ;io 37: 


'.C 


b 


weather. 


6 52 64 


44' heart III ■2,6; 


i 1 


r 


22d p^n Trinicv 


Ml6 


5_ 


, 3 .^ 


j6_ 


Morn-: 



- 


NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 1790. 




Yield him your heart, and take the name of witV, 




You'll find it gives the higheft zcil to life. 




FirlV nature's Go<i law from his awful thron?. 




It was not good that man ihould be alone ; 


^ 


Froai Adam's brealt, tlie neareft to his heart, / 




L'Je 


A rib he took to form his counter part ; 




sv Moon 6c.i day I ^ Aftern. FuliMoon 2 lit day J- Ahn. 




Fi 


ftquar. i^th day lo^ Fore, i^art quar. 30th day \o\- Forel 




iVi 


W 


/\ipccu, VVtaihcr &:c. 


n funb-^F. iea.^^'sp. 


jK©. 




1 


d 


Q> I nt 


6 55 6 


6 2^.; 30 


° 43 




2 


e 


clear 


6 56 6 


7 15 


bell) 


I 52 




3 


f 


and 


6 57 6 


' h 


29 


2 5>^ 




■1 


% 


cold 


6 s8 6 


9 I 


reins 


4 13 




s 


a 


Powder PIoc 1605 |6 59 6 


10 2 


29 


5 3''^ 




6 


b 


Sun vifibly Ec!ip. ePer-U <; 


10 55I fecrer 


Jfetf 




7 


C 


23d p. Trin. (high tides. 


7 2 5 


I 1 56' 28 


6 I 







d 


17 "l 


7 3 5 


\ 55; thigh 


^ 53 




9 


t 


bluitering 


7 + 5i' 59, , ^7 


3 




lO 


i 


winds 


7 ? 5:2 54lkneei 


8 57 




II 


% 


and perhaps 


76 53 19 


26 


10 




12 


a 


a fettled 


7 7 5+ 40 


legs 


•I 3 




13 


b 


rain. 


78 55 z% 


22 


Morn, 




k 


24th pad Trinity. 


7 9 5g ^5 
7 10 5p 59 


feet 


^ 4 




M 


G 


now D To. 7 59 


17 


I <; 




^6 


* 


expea B fo. 838 


7 »i 5 7 3^- 


29 


2 4 




17 


1 


the D To. 9 24 


7 12 58 24 


head 2 5-? 




iSIe 


cold B Co. 10 8 


7 !3 5>9 ^ 


23 13 58 




19 '' 


will D 5S 


7 'i S'9 3' 


neck 4 5^ 




20 t 


foon increafe, O ^pog 


7 15 5*'° 3^' 


'7 


> 51 




3 lit 


25th p. Trin. fun enters Jf 


7 '6 5'ii 44 


29 


Brifc 






and perhaps 


7 17 5 Morn. 


arm-s 


5 49 




.•23! c 


T? Staticnary. 


7 18 5'o 14 


23 


6 37 


'«« 


|h: * 


flights 


7 19 5'' 3 


breaft 


^ 34 




^ ■;! ; 


offnow 


7 20 5,1 53 


18 


f 32 




..6! .- 


about thi'S 


7 20 JijZ 41 


heart 


9 30 




u-l 1 


time in 


7 21 5;3 31 


'3 


10 36 




. ■■' C 


Advent Sunday. 


7 ^2 5' 


4 19 


27 


11 37 




,-''1 "" 


forne plarccj. 


7 23 5 


s 6 


beil) 


Morn 




IZ 


e 


••]t. An-^r--/. 


7 24 '-1; 45' 23 


3.> 





DECEMBER hath 31 days, ij^o. 



The maid he ftni(h'd, when the work was done, 
Smiling he faid, ye twain fhaU be but one ; 
No different intorcfis fliall ye hold in fight, 
But love and peace fnall both your hearts unite. 
Mind wel! ye fair, the great conimandment giv'n, 
Nor boldlv dare withrtand the will ofhczr'n. 



Xcw Mooii 6'.h day o ^ Morn.jFull Moon 
Mrll quar^jjjh day 4 ^ Morn.j L 
A Wj Aipt&s, V/eather Sec. 

fj ^ direft. £S i m 

g'uncomfortable 

a chilly D Q 

b, winds 9 Perigee. 

Czd in Advent. 

d Q 16 f perhaps 

c Inow or 

f cold 

g 'ain, 

a windy and 

b cold' ■. 

C',id in Advent. Tth,.^, 43 

d more J (o. 6 27 

c fnow D fo. 7 1 2 



21ft day 9~;^ Fn 
flquar. 26rh day 3 -. Attn 



,Sea. ©'sp.li© b.i 
45 rcir.£ 1 CI 



5; fSup. c5 $f O DTc. 80^7 3 



'6 g 



'9 



e 

f 

^4' a 



Iharp keen J 

air, 

• Apogee. 
4thin Advent, 
incw or 
O enters Vf 
rain 
and tedious cold 
Sun clock together. 
*^ -Chriftmas. weather 
26 Cift p. Chrifima?. • 
dSt. J. Evangelift. 
Childermas, follcws 

and perhaps will 
® Pcihelion." 
end the \ear. 



i 
I a 




I jUPiib-Rand MAR'S wili come jr. cocjurftion with^ 
^each other on the 7.!! of M;iy, and in the evening may be^ 
jfeeo apparentiy to aiinoft touch each other, being then no 
■more than 44 minutes of a Degree diftant one from the o- 
t!i?r, Mars being on the north fide of Jupiter ; they will 
then be feen in the foiuh-eaflern part of the Hemifphpre, 
,bat will be in appearance approaching towards each oih 
•^"•r fii'cral weeks before- — and after faid 7'.h of M.iy w; 
en: Itantly recede from each other, Mars being to the eall- 
■.v?.rd of J'jpiter. 



! THE risaet VENUS will be evening Star, until the jSih 
Of March, thence morning Star VJ the Year'?; end. 



, The Terms and places of the Seffiops of the COUNTY 

! COURTS in the State of Connei^ticu!. 

IJ TARTFORD, FirflTuefday in April and November. 

>jiL 1 New-Hriven, Third Tuefday in Marcl>, aflu foarti, 

; Tuefdsy ia November. 

!New London, Secdnd ToefJav in Jure. 

jNorwich, Fourth Tuefday in N'.jvember. 

'Fairfield, Third Tuefday in Aprlh . 

'Danh'iry, Third T',x^Sdh.y in Nov^'mbrr. 

"'Vindhar??/ Third Tuefday in Augaft ar.u fecend Toefda) 

in Df-CPirber. 
Liichiield, Fourth Tuefday in March and third TLicfday if 
! September. 

;?/Iidd]stown, Second Tuefday m Noveaiber. 
• Haddain, Firli Tuefday in Apiii. 
jTol!an<l, Lall Tuefday in February and third Tuefday i 

'September. 



TheTermsofthe SeUionsof the SUPERIOR COURTS 
i in Connedlicut have been chgrcd by a late A£tcf Afiem- 
j biy ; and in order of fuccefijon are now as follows. 
I PrimaryCircuit. 

HADDAM, Second Tuifday in Janaafy. 
New- Haven. Laft Taefday fave one in January. 
(Danbary, Firft Tuefday in February. 
Ir.itchfjeld, Second Tn^fdsy in February. 
iUartford, Fourth Tuei'day in February. 
Tolland, Second Tiiefdavi^i Much. 



Windham rtKi^d Tuefday in March ^ ™ , , . 

Norwich, The Tudday next after the fourth Tuefday lit 
March. 

SEioNDAtY Circuit.^ 

MIDDLETOWN, Laft Tuefday in July. 
Ne^»- Haven, Pv.i\ Tuefday in Auguli. 
Faifhcd, Third Tuefdav in Auguft, 
Lnchneld, Fourth Tuefday in Aaguft. 
fJartford, Fi>ft Tu-rfday in September. 
Windham, Third Tuefday ia September. 
New-Lont^cn. Fourth T-'efday in September. 



SUPREME rOURT of ERRORS, holden at Hartford^ 
ontheTuefciay cfthe week next preceding the fecoiid| 
Thurfdgy in May. 

AtNEw-HA.vEN, on the Tuefday of the w«ok next pre 
ceding the fecord TharfdEy in Oftaber. 



Freevisris Meeting in ConneSicut. 
TN the CDanties of Hartford, New- Haven, Fairfield and 
i Middlefex. on the third Tuefday in Septejober. 

[n the Counties of New-Londoa, V/indham, Litchfieia! 
md Toiland, on the fecond Tuefday in September. i 

' And in everv Town in the State, on the Monday next 
jafter the firft Tuefday in April, at 9 o'clock ia the morn-, 
ing. 

JsuPRfiME JUDICIAL COURTS in Massachusbtis. 
i ^ Far the County of ^vvTOLK. ' \ 

AT Bfjion, the third Tuefday in February, and the laft 
Tuefday in Augaft. ,. ,^ „ . , „, „ 

1 Ess EX.— At Ipf-wich, the third Tuesday in Jane ; at Za- 
\lem, the firft Tuefday in November. 
I M 1 D D LI s EX —At C^tmhrUge, the laft Tuefday m Oaa- 
Iber ; at Concord, the fecond Tuefday in ApriK 

Hampshire. — \\. Northampton, th^ laft Tuefday jn A- 
Ipril : at Springfield, the fourth Tuefday in September.^ 
* Plymouth— At Plymouth, the third TB«fday la May. 
j Barnstable and DvuBicouNTY— At ^<r«/?^^ife 
the Wednefdav next preceding the thvrd Tuefday in ^^fcv 



BRiSTOu—At 7'a««/<,«, the Tuefday prceedii^hTlaft 

YoRK.-.^t r«r^, thf fourth Tuffdav 5rt Tunc 
^O'^f ESTER. —At A/'.r«>r the Tuefday next preced- 
ing the laii Tuefday in April, and the third Tuefday in 
September. ' 

Cumberland— At J^/^.w/-, the Tuefday next fol- 
Iowjng;he fourth Tuefday in Junr. 

LlWcoLs,— \i foivMaJioreu/i, the fccond Tuefday 
nex: fMlosving the fourth Tuefday in June. ^ 

^^Uf-RKSH.RE— AtL<r/,^^,oiithe firit Tuefday in 0^0- 



r^^^n%f.3^^^^^^ SESSIONS of the PEACE a«d 
COMMON PLEAS in Massachusetts. 

C<!a«/y cf SuFFOtK. j 

ATlBojfon, en the firft Tu«fJay in January, and the firft 
Tutfday in July. j 

Essex —At I^/^wtcb, on the firft Tuefday in April j at' 

Li%' n '•^"J' ^^"'^^'J' ^° i^^y ' ^' ^^'^hurypcrt, the 
lalt Tuefday m Septcrcber. 

M.DDLE^.Fx— At C^«^r,V^,, on the fecond Tuefday ia 
Marcn. at Concord, on thefecond Tuefday in September. 
. «AMPsHiRE._AtcVr/>7^^./^,0B thefecond Tuefday 
m February ; at Northampton, the iaft Tuefday in Aupoft. 

i^LVMouTH.— At/'/yw^a/^^onthe fecond Tuefday in 
April, and the laft Tuefday of Oaober. 

CARK5TABI.E -At BurnJfalU, on the firft Tuefday of 
Apnl, and the firft Tuefday of November. 

n? V'r'"To^' 'r«««/««,^n the fecond Tuelday of March, 
nd the fecond 1 «c{^zy of September. ^- j 

L, c"^'';—.^' ^**'''^' ''^ '''^^ ^'^^"'^ Tyit^^A^y of April j and 
at Bidiiefora, on the fecond Tuefday of Oelober. j 

L •^"^f ^^^l^^-^' — At Edgarto-wn, on the firft Tuefday* 
m March ; and at Tifiury, the lalt Tuefday in Qftober. ! 
NANTBCKET-At5i..r/J;,r;..,cn the Jaft Tuefday k' 
[March, and ine firft Tuefday in Oftober. ^ I 

! Worcester At /^W*A^, on the laft Tuefday iJ 
March, and on the firft Tuefday in September. j 

. CyMBERLANu— At/'.r/ZW.onthelaft Tuefday in' 
MW, and the laft Ttefday in Oaeber. j 

tilLSl^: ^ — At HaUo^vell, on the fecond Tuefday in JaJ 



iiuary ; at Pcwnalbtrough, on<)ie firft Tjcfiaf in June 
and at PFai/^ohf rough, on tbefecond 'luzii?.y .n oepterchsr. 
Be R KSH I R fe .-—At Ltntx, on the fecov^ i fusfday in Sep 
tember, and the firft Tuefday in Februarj', 



COURTS in NKW-HAMPSHiae. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

For the County o/'Rockigham. 

AT Portfmouth, on the fourth Tuefd«y of April ; And 
at Exeter, the third Tuefday of September. 

St R A T FORD. — At Dover, on the third Tuelday of April 
and fccoud Tuefday of September. 

HiLLsnoRouGH. — At Amherfljon the fecond Taes'day, 
of May, and ftrft Tuefday of Odober. 
^ Cheshire.— -At Charleftown, on tke third Tusfday of 
May ; and at Keene the fecond Tuefday oi OSober. 

Grafton. — At Plymouth, on the fourth Tuefday of 
May ; a.id at Haverhiil, the third Tuefday of Oilober. 
INFERIOR COURTS. 

FcrtheCcuntyofKoc)^\ncnhM.'—At Pcrtfrnouth, on 
.he Hrft Tuefday of February and iaft of Msy ; and at £x 
«ter, the fecond Tuefday of Awguft, and the 6rK Tueftay of 
November. 

Stratford. — At Dover, on the third Tuefday g of Fe 
bruary, June and November ; and at Durham, the third 
Tuefday of Auguft. 

Hi llsborcugm. — At Amherft, on the fecond Tuefday: 
of March, Juneaatl December, and liril Tuefday of Sep 
tember. 

Cheshire, — At Keene.on the third Tuefday* of March 
and June ; and at Charkftown, the fourth Tuefday of Sep- 
tember, and third Twefday of December. 

Grafton. — At Plymouth, on the firft Tuefday* of Sep- 
tember and December ; and at Haverhill, the Arti Tuefdays 
of March anil June. 



COURTS in VERMONT. 
SUPREME COURTS. 

AT Bennington, and at Mancheftar, in the county ofi 
Bennington, alternately, on the fourth Tuefday of As-! 
gull. — At Rutland, in the county of Rutland, on the third 
fuefday of Augi:0 — .At Weftminfter and Marlborough, in 



the county of Wirvdham, ai.trnatei)', liie 1 uefe'ay next /ci 
lowing the fourth Tuefday in Aoguft — Ac Windfor, in th. 
county «f Wiodfor, the fecond Tuefday next foHcwing th 
fourth Tuefday in Auguft — At Thetford, in the coanty o 
Orange, the third Tuefday next following the fourth Tuel- 
day id Auguft. — At Addiibn and Colcheftcr, in the county 
of Addifon, alternarely, the fecond Tuefday in Augnll. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

In the County t.fBesmitigtO') — ai Bennington, ihs third 
Tu«fday in September, and at Mai.cheftci-, the third Tucf 
day in April, in the county of Rutland, at Rutland on the 
fourth Tuefday of April and November. In tb? county oi 
Windham, ac Weflrainfter «n the fi.-Il Tuefday of June, aru 
at Marlborough on the firft Tuefday of November. In rht 
county of Windfor, at Windfor, on the laft Tuefday of May 
And Oif^ober. In the county of Orange, at Thetford on the 
fecond Tuefday of June, ac Newbury oh the third Tuefday 
■f February. Jn the co«nty of Addifon, at Addifcn on t.he 
firft Tuefday of March, at Colchefter the fecond Tuefday of 
November. 



A new TAX propofcd. 

AProfefied fcold is at once the niofi; difagreeable and 
obnoxious being in the world. She rot only renders 
lerfelf completely difagreeable, but cafts a general lligma 
)n her fex ; and i will venture to fay^, there arc many old 
batchelors, who would have letg fince entered into the 
itate of wedlock, h;i»4 ihey aot been deterred frora i^t by forr.e 
female relation or "acquaintance, whofc great "lalents in this 
y^-v made them fear they might meet with fuch 3 wife 
vhofe geniui was of the fame turn. The maidens and wi 
iow.sof>:his ciuiitry kare a juft plea to petition for the 
ranfportation of erery profefTed vixen ; er, U this fhould be 
s-hoiight too {<t\er.e, they fiiould at leafl be taxed, to filence 
^hem, though prebably they might fcold the more for it. J 
know a very ingenious old gentleman, who has never had 
the courage to engage in matrimony, and gives it as his 0- 
pinion, that the n>;;ny bachelors every where to be found, 
reraarn fo, more thro' the fear of being fcolded to death, 
shan fiom any mercenary eaofe, or far Jefs for any real dii 
fitioh to celibacy. He has furnifhed me with the hintf 



fk>t taxing tlierace ot imew*, navwg put i^M-AjT ban^ii t^"': 
following proportion, which he thinks very reafonable. 
Seeding every mornin^j;, tjl, fsrann. 

Twice a clay, - - ij 

Three times, - - 20 

Every other <jay, - 5 

Ones a week if not Sunday, 2 10 

Scolding a htffband into a 7 

conrumption, the jaundice, > 50 

or any other lingering difordcr, j 
Scolding herfelf into hylterics 000 ~ 

This calculation is made for a woman who brings loool 
CO her fortune, which, indeed my friend fays, is the leal 
;>ordon a vsxen fhoald have : fo that the penalties ikould bt 
t;roportionably augmented to the increafe of this fortune. 
* . AN TI-VIXEN. 



The LITIGIOUS LABOURER. 

*T^WO labouring men, Ttm and Joe, going home lati 
X ov.^ evening, Tom happened to ftumblc over an ax i, 
the highway ; taking it u^ and Ihewing it to his ccmrad 
Joe, it was ia)mediatel}K:''agrei^d upon betwixt them to fell i 
and divide the money ; which lafls Tom undertook to per 
fuTiB, and accordingly next morning fold it for eight ant 
4.d. jot being itiformed of it, demanded his half the money 
Sq, fays Tom, you are not entitled to half^ at it was I tha 
found it. — True, fays Joe, you found it, but was I not i 
your company, and did you not agree to give me one half 1: 
told for ? And if you don't j-.ive me my half, f am determin 
tid to goto law to get it. To law, fays 'i'om> — that's ; 
pretty way of proceeding ; we had better bellow the raone; 
on the magiftrate and hi* couftable at once, than go tha 
way to work. No matter, fays Joe, 1 am determitied upcr 
and accordingly away he polls to 'Squire N:n.' Ptnti, 
a trading Jufticeof Peace in the neighbourhood, who grant 
4 fummoni for Tom to appear at five days notice* rom 
beJBg alarmed at the fummdns goes immediately to 'Squj^r 
Nine Pence, and tells him, in order to convince your VS'^o/ 
Hi:j I mean nothing but honejly, I'll leave ch© proceeds c 
s axe in your Worfhip's hands until the matter is deter 
ined : So leaving the money with him, he went home j 
i ime at length corning round when the parties we.'c to ap- 



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ipear, Joe, aspuiiuirr. p.caa chat Tom withheld his part:^ 
|Of the money the axe (old for. Have you any proof of your 
being ©ntitled to half fays Nine Fence. Yes, fays Joe, therd'; 
;i3 my neighbour lijfer., and my neighbour Tattle, both- 
jheard h?m fay I was entitled to half. So (ays Nine Pence,' 
4they muft be "fuhpanaed,^* Have you no more evidences ?, 
jNo pleafe your Worfhip, fays Joe. Then call Mr. ^harke,\ 
hhe trading conftabJe, and tell him ferve thefe *' Jubpanas .''\ 
IHold. your Worfliip, fays Tom, who knew well \.\itfitecir.g: , 
l(]ualities of Squires and their attendants, perhaps we cani 
[make up the matter ourfelves. I think, fays Nine Pence, j 
jyou had better, tis you are neighbours ; which was accord-! 
|ing!y agreed to by the parties a: variance. Well, geatle-l 
jinen, I am glad to fee you reconciled, fays Nine Pence, and 
jwill deliver your money lodged with me ; but ft.1y, 1 msft 
jjirft dedoft the charges. Let me Ice, tiWre is for Summons, 
^nhpicnas ferving, &c. 



Judgment, 



od. 



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Bailance, - - o 



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8. 4 

Here gentlemen take the ballance and divide it your 
I'elves, and fo good bye to you. 

j Well, fays Tom, friend Joe, what thisk you of his Wor- 
phip's ingenuity ; are not things as i told you ? You fee 
:he happy efFefts of going to law. His Worfhip contrived 
CO keep all but four pence ; if it had been forty fhiilin 
it would have been the fame ;. he and bis friend Sharke 
*o»ld have divided the whole. What do 1 think! la s 
Joe, why I- think he knows his trade well, and can fleece 
che poor \tty ingeniouily ; few cKe come before him. 
That he does, fa< s Toiii — few know it better than I do. 
Two of his neighbours, a fv;w days ago, fell out about a dog. 
The ma'ter was decided before him ; and v»iiai v,'nhjubf(e- 

'<7/>7ff evidences, fv^e^ring them, &;c. bis Woifhjp made a 
•\'-ty fnilling job .of it, faed the poor man for the charg 

■ d the dog in queftion was- not worth otie Ihiliing. 



Variation of S»un 

DajJ. January, 

1 fun flow clock 2-n ■^^(, 
7 7*s fouth gh. 1.8m.. 

13 day break jh. 31m. 

19 fan llow clock 14111 pf 

25 7*s (oath yh. i«n, 

February. 

I fun flow clock 14111. 9r. 

7 7*s {outh 6ti. 8ni. 

3 daybreak 5.h. lom. 

9 funflowclock 14m. i,r. 

25 7*s fouch 5h, 

March. 

I fun flow clock 1 4m. 9r. 

7 *s fet 1 ih. 50W1. 
1.3 dayb'eak4h. 3101. 
19 fun flow clock 7 m.49r. 
•25 7*s fet loh. 44m. 

April. 

1 fun flow cLck 4m, 

7 7*5 fet 9h. 57in. 
13 d?y bre.<k 3^. 48m. 
V9 fun fall cieck Jm. 4f. 
ij 7*s let 8.1. 50111. 

May. 
I fun fall clock 3;n, lof.. 
7 7*s f-t 8ti. 5m. 
13 'Jay break zh. 48m. 
9 lun fall cloc*c 3 m. 54f. 
5 7*. fet 6h. 53«>. 

I fun f;.fl; clock 2<n.35-f. 
^ 7 7*s f<st 9''^.. im. 
! ■; <] a V b :<? r k 2 h . 1 1 fii . 
15 ftin faft clock o:-n. ' 1 r 



and Ci.ocK, &c. 
Dayt. J.^h' 

i fun flow clock 3m. zzf. 

7 7*5 rife 48m'.f alt Olid. 
X3 day break zh. z6m/' 
19 fun flow clock 5 in.48f. 
25 7*5 rife iih. 45B1. 

Augu/f. 

1 fun flow clock 501.5 of. 

7 7*8 rife loh. 55*11. 

83 day break 3!). i3na. 

19 fun flow clock 300.1 of, 

25 7*s rife 9h. '47^11, 

Sefitmber. 

X fon fafl clock om.23f 

7 7*3 rife pfi. 
13 day break 4h. 10m. 
19 fun fsll clock 6 m. 29-r, 
25 7*3 rife 6h. 4m. 
OSober. 

I fun failclock ioai.3of. 

7 7*s rife 7h. i2ni. 
13 day break 4^1 . 5201. 
19 fan faft clock i4i«.29r. 
25 7*bfil'« 6n. im. 

Nonjemhtr. 
1 funfaftc!ocki6m.i3f. 
7 7*J fouib i2h 430). 
,3 day break 5h. 28m. 



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