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42 changes of weather. S 22 Vincent 1 45 4 15 8 71 2 2211 59 Much snow or rain P 2: S. al. Epiph 7 44 4 16 9 101 3 212 15 is likely to fall ibe!

M 24 Hil. T. begins 7 42 4 1810 14 3 4212 29 first week, with shary, T2Bone,StPaul 7 411 4 1911 20 4 24 12 43 winds, especially Dear W 261

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I Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn in Gemini, 35 minutes past 9 at night.
6 Conjunctivņ of the Sun and Georgium Sidus in Capricorn, 9h. 15m. morn.
6 Conjunctiou of the Moon and Jupiter, in Leo, 45 minutes past 7, at night,
7 Mercury at this time apparently stationary in the 4th degree of Aquarius.
7 Moon in perigee, or in that point of her orbit least distant from the Earth.
14 Conjunction of the Moon and Georgium Sidus, in Capricorn, at 1 afternoon.
15 Conjunction of the Moon and Mercury, in Aquarius, at 4 in the afternoon.
16 Inferior Conjunction of the Sun and Mercury, in Aquarius, 8h. 15m. night.
| 20 Sun enters the Sign Aquarius at 20 minutes past 6 o'clock in the morning.

21 Conjunction of the Moon and Mars, in Pisces, at 9 o'clock in the evening. A 8305 is expandeira 22 Trine of Sol and Saturn from Aquarius and Gemini, at 6 in the morning.

| 22 Conjunction of the Moon and Venus, in Pisces, 20 min. past il at night. 23 Moon in apogee, or in that point of her orbit least distant from the Earth. 28 Opposition of the Sun and Jupiter, from Leo and Aquarius, at 5 at night.

28 Mercury now apparently stationary in the 18th degree of the Sign Pisces. 53 6 a 13 parts, 31 Saturn at this time apparently stationary in the first degree of Gemini.

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TIMELY WARNINGS AND WHOLESOME PRECEPTS.

Saturn retrograding Gemini, the Ascendant of London, is worthy of 9 8 16 driven in atteution. Having retraced his steps, we find him, on the last day of the i 8 42 and the op Moon

, the stat immary of the first degree of this significant asterism: Jupiter 15 lity

, whicho also, in the house of the powerful luminary, Sol, is opposed by that orb from 35 23 and get the

it presents much curious subject for speculation. To these configurations of 2610 29 from theses Sun and Georgium Sidus in the tropical sign Capricorn; that of the Sun and

36 10 9 terms spiri January we may also add, as worthy of observation, the conjunction of the ew 10 49 of Nature, Mercury in Aquarius; and the trine of Sol and Saturn from airy signs.

Some Eastern Nation, Turkey, I suppose,

Of ancient frıerds is making active foes. 41/11 42 changes of Consulting this registry of the Month, together with all the other positions,

and comparing their indications with the records of former times, we are led to prelict great shipwrecks or destruction at sea before the influences alluded tu shall have past over. Ample reason, also, is given for apprehending devastating fires, by which many buildings by the water side, or on the sea

coast, such as quays, dockyards, storehouses, &c. will be consumed. Por5413 9 the procentugal, too, among the inferences to be deduced, may expect to experience

disasters of some serious kind; and those which originate in political discord

ation seems likely to be created in the public miud on account of the im37113 31 weather (*) will increase there between Christmas and St. Valentine. Considerable agi.

prisonment of some person of note. Tidings from distant colonies, cause perplexity in our councils; and, as it seems, great depression in the public funds.

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A Poetical Vagary on the Way of the World.
We'l wags the world-right well!—and scorns excuse in all

Its contrarieties and fashions strange!
Greece once had gods and goddesses the deuce an' all;

And could, at will, from one to t’other change:
And, as some writers tell us, Rome as many

Rival divinities of old display'd;
Though now it might be question’d, whether any

Is bonâ fide here or there obey'd !
Yet still, this world is made up of variety ;
Ard in the mixture there must be some piety.

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FEBRUARY 28 Days. begins. | Node.

Lunar Periods. 11 5 31 28 F 31

Full Moon, 3d, at 15 min. past 11 morn. 11 5 23 27 44 13 š 11 27 25 ( Last Quarter, 10th, 56 min. past I morn. 19/ 5 0 27

60 New Moon, 17th, 5 min. past 10 night. 25 4 50 26 47 First Quarter, 26th, 42 min. past I morn.

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7 23 4 37 rises OM 25 14 12 honour of having first F|4

7 22 4 38 6 A 39 1 19 14 18 discovered that the at: S 5 Agatha 7 20 4 401 8 3 2 12 14 23 mosphere is charged Bel 6$exagesim. s. ? 18 4 42 9 24 3

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7 161 4 4410 46 357 14 230 variety of forms and T 8 7 15 4 45 OM 81 4 51 14 5 32 characters which the

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7 13 4 47 1 27 5 46 14 34 clouds present are ef. T|10

7 11 4 49 2 39 6 41 14 35 fects of electrical proF11

7 94 51 3 467 3514 35 cess excited by the acS 12 Hilary T.ends 7 74 53 4 39 8 2814 34 tion, severally, of the

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55 5 219 1914 33 Sun, Moon, Planets,& Geor M14 Valentiife 7 4 4 56 5 5610 714 31 Stars.—The prognosT 15%hrove Tues.

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6 58 2 sets New 14 21 companied with cold cury F 18

6 56 5 4 5 A 57 0 A 18 14 10 wet weather during the skep S 19

6 54 5 6 6 590 58/14 10 first week, after which 201 s, in Lent

6 52 5 81 8 41 3914 4 mists & fogs, with hoar M21 6 501 5 10 9 9 2 20 13 57 frosts, are likely to pre

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6 44 5 16 OM29 4 36 13 32 sign Pisces, promises F 251

6 42 5 16 1 37 5 2713 23 more clear and agree(D.of Cam.b. S26

6 41 5 191 2406 21 13 13 able weather, with dry. 27

6 39 5 21 3 34 7 17/13 2 ing winds, and seasonM

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6 37) 5 23 4 21) 8 14/12 50 able for bean-planting: By the Equutiou of Time, as here given, Wutches or Clocks may be correctly regulated by setting them as much before or ufter the Tine shewn by a good SunDial, on any day of the year, as these Tables direct for such given dny. Mercury. Venus; Even. St.

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Notable Aspects. 2 Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter in the fiery sign Leo, at midnight. 4 Moon in perigee, or that point of her orbit least distant from the Earth. 6 Sextile of Venus and Saturn in Aries and Gemini, at 2 o'clock in the morn. 10 Mercury now at his greatest elongation or westward distance from the Sun. 11 Trine of Jupiter and Venus from Leo and Aries, at 6 o'clock in the morning. 11 Sextile of Mars and Georgium Sidus from Pisces and Capricorn, 3 afternoon. 14 Conjunction of the Moon and Georgium Sidus in Capricorn, 40m. past noon. 15 Trine of Saturn and Mercury from Gemini and Aquarius, at 10 morning. 15 Conjunction of the Moon and Mercury in Aquarius, 30m. past 3 afternoon. 18 Quartile of Venus and Georgium Sidus from Aries aud Capricorn, 5 aftern. 18 Sun makes his ingress into the sign Pisces, at 7 min. past 9 o'clock at night. 19 Moon in apogee, or that point of her orbit farthest from the Earth. 19 Opposition of Jupiter and Mercury from Leb and Aquarius, at 3 afternoon. 20 Conjunction of the Moon and Mars in Pisces, 10 min. past 1 in the morning. 20 Quartile of the Sun and Saturn from Pisces and Gemini, 2n. 30m. worn. 22 Conjunction of the Moon and Venus in Aries, 30 min. past 2 in the morning. 25 Conjunction of the Moon and Saturn in Gemini, 40 min. past 2 in the aftern.

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cury from Leo and Aquarius, including also the current of Lunar Aspects, are 814 10 wet weatherdara/ tokens held forth by February for our most particular consideration.

0-since you 've raised the De'el, serve and obey him,

Trio of Holiesfor you'll never lay him. 2013 57 frosts, are likelr:/Under the mask of inviolable good will, treacherous dealings seem to be on

cripple the maritime ascendancy of Old England ! ' In what is going forward the interests of our commerce appear to be rather seriously at stake : but as

the powers in concert will have work to do at home, in checking seditious 1 13 13 able weather, et confederations among their own people, we have not inuch to fear from their

cabals. The line of policy on our part is, for our watch-dog to keep his eyes well open, and lie quiet.-Portugal seems inveigled in some stratagem of a

monkish nature ; and if I infer right, tha: country will soon undergo sume ches or Clocks may be vicissitude arising either out of internal discord, or the interference of pre

tended friends. A great miser, unable to convey his hoards to the next world, 10 which he is about to take his departure, will enrich sonie very needy relations.

8/13 41 his entrance is 413 32 sign Pisces, po 713 23 more clear and

713 2 ing winds, and sa 4/12 50 able for bean-play

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Our Druid Fathers temples built prodigious

And, though of them we've few particulars,
'Tis said, that they were vutaries most religious,

To the whole Host of Heav'n—Sun, Moon, and Stars :
And if they fancied Dagon, Bel, or Ammon,

By way of change, we need not think it odd,
Since cut has been the Gospel Lord for Mammon-

Who grants more licence than Mo-Hammed's God!
But here I 'm speaking by the lump, for I know,
Some few there are who bow not down to rhino.

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6 15 5 45 2 37 6 28 10 16 proved by Dr. Hers- och $ 12 Gregory Mar. 6 13 5 47 3 25 7 2110 Ochell, that two distinctima B 134 S. Yu Lent

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5 57 6 3 7 A 9 O A 26 7 41 The action of these were M21 Benedict 5 55 6 5 8 15 1 9 7 23 agencies will be likely 2 of T22 5 53 6 기 7 9 221 53 7

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5 49 6 1111 34 : 30 6 28 rain at the begiuning; F 25 Aunun. of B. 5 47 6 13 OM37 4 22 6 9 and, for the first foris 26 (V.M. L. D. 5 45 6 15 1 33 5 16 5 51 night, searching winds B 2716 S. in Lent

5 43 6 17 2 21 6 11 5 32 with unsettled weaM20! Palm Sul 5 41 6 19 3 07 6 5 13 ther. Except the last T 291

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5 37 6 23 4 08 55! 4 36 maioder of the month T|31|Maund. Thur. 5 35 6 25 4 26 9 494 1 bids fair to be fine.

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