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JANUARY.
8. M. T. W. T. F. S.


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MARCH.


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APRIL.


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MAY.


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AUGUST.


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SEPTEMIBER.


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OCTOBER.


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NOVEMBER.


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DECEMBER.


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DIFFERENCE OF TIME.


The annexed table exhibits the Difference of Time be-
tween that of BOSTON, and the places therein named:


SLOW OF BOSTON.
H hi S
Albany, N. Y ........ 10 44
Augusta, Ga......... 43 22
Baltimore, Md....... 22 12
Buffalo, N.Y........ 31 26
Cairo, Ill ............ i to o
Charleston, S. C..... 35 28
Chicago, I11 ......... 5 48
Cincinnati, Ohio .... 53 34
Cleveland, Ohio..... 42 o
Detroit, Mich ....... 47 56
Galveston, Texas.... a 34 52
Honolulu, S. I.......5 48 42
Indianapolis, Ind. ... a o 6
Little Rock, Ark.....i 25 34
Louisville, Ky....... 57 46
Lowell, Mass ........ 1 2
Memphis, Tenn. ....1 17 o
Middletown, Ct...... 6 22
Milwaukee, Wis..... I 7 34
Mobile, Ala......... t 8 o
Montreal, C. E...... o10 6
Natchez, Miss....... t 22 24
New Orleans, La.... i 16 o
Newport, R. I....... i o
New York, N.Y.... Y 50
Niagara Falls, N. Y.. 32 o
Norfolk, Va......... 21 1
Philadelphia, Pa..... 16 25
Pikes Peak, Oregon..2 16 o
Providence, R.I..... i 25
Quebec, C. E........ 50
Richmond, Va....... 25 35
San Francisco, Cal...3 25 31
Savannah, Ga....... 40 1S
Springfield, Mass .... 6 30
St. Augustine, Fla... 43 6
St. Louis, Mo....... 1 6 46
St. Paul, Minn...... 1 28 5
Tallahassee, Fla..... '54 10
Toronto, C. W....... 22 22
Trenton, N. J....... 14 22
Washington, D. C... 24 7
Wilmington, Del..... 17 35
Worcester, Mass..... 3 o
Yorktown, Va....... 22 2


FAST OF BOSTON.
H A S
Archangel, Russia... 7 24 12
Augusta, Maine..... 4 54
Bangor, Maine...... 9 6
Berlin, Prussia..... '. 5 37 49
Calcutta, India..... o ao 8
Cape of Good Hope. .6 7 2
Charlottetown, P.E.I. 31 20
Constantinople, Tur..6 40 30
Dover, N. H........ 38
Dublin, Ireland ...... 4 i8 52
Eastport, Maine..... x6 30
Edinburgh, Scotland.4 34 30
Frankfort, Germany.. 5 17 36
Fredericton, N. B... 17 14
Geneva, Switzerland.5 8 50
Gibraltar, Spain..... 4 22 50
Glasgow, Scotland... 4 33 0
Gloucester, Mass .... a 35
Greenwich, England.4 44 14
Halifax, N. S....... 29-47
Hallowell, Maine.... 4 54
Hamburg, Germany.. 5 24 8
Hull, Mass.......... 24
Isle of France.......8 34 12
Jerusalem, Palestine.7 5 36
Liverpool, England..4 32 13
London, England... 4 43 50
Lynn, Mass......... 32
Mecca, Arabia....... 7 24 12
Nantucket, Mass..... 3 52
New Bedford, Mass.. 32
Newburyport, Mass.. 46
Paris, France........4 53 35
Portland, Maine..... 3 16
Portsmouth, N. H... i ar
Provincetown, Mass.. 4 2
Rio Janeiro, Brazil... t 51 20
Rome, Italy....... .5 34 8
Salem, Mass........ 40
Singapore, E. I..... I 32 i2
St. John's, N. F..... I 12 30
St. Petersburg....... 6 45 28
Stockhliolm, Sweden.. 5 46 28
Tobolsk, Siberia .... 9 17 12
Vienna, Austria...... 5 49 46










DIFFERENCE OF TIME-NEW YORK.

When it is 12 o'clock, noon, at NEw YORK CITY, it will
be morning at all places west of New York, and afternoon at
all places east, as shown in the following table:


WEST OF NEW YORK.
H M S
Auburn, N. Y ...... 1 50 12]
Augusta, Ga........ 11 28 28
Baltimore, Md...... 11 49 38
Buffalo, N. Y....... 1 40 24
Charleston, S. C.... 11 36 22
Chicago, Ill ........n 6 2
Cincinnati, Ohio .... iI 156 6
Columbus, Ohio.... 1 23 52
Dayton, Ohio....... 11 19 20
Detroit, Mich......1 23 54
Geneva, N. Y ...... ii 47 53
Harrisburg, Pa..... 11 48 44
Honolulu, S. I...... 6 24 8
Indianapolis, Ind... i 1 5 44
Jefferson, Mo ....... 10 47 32
Key West, Fla......ii 28 54
Knoxville, Tenn... ... 20 28
Little Rock, Ark.... o10 47 16
Louisville, Ky...... i 54 4
Milledgeville, Ga...n 22 45
Milwaukee, Wis .... -1 4 x6
Mobile, Ala........ i s o 2
Monterey, Cal...... 8 48 35
Nashville, Tenn.... i1 8 48
Natchez, Miss...... 10 50 26
Newark, N. J...... 11 59 24
Newbern, N. C..... 1 47 44
New Orleans, La... o10 56 4
Norfolk, Va ........ II 50 49
Petersburg, Va..... 1 46 44
Philadelphia, Pa....x 55 25
Pittsburg, Pa ....... 11i 35 56
Raleigh, N. C...... 1' 40 52
Richmond, Va...... 11 46 15
Rochester, N. Y.... 1 44 40
Sacramento, Cal.... S 56 4
San Francisco, Cal.. 8 46 19
Savannah, Ga...... I 31 32
Springfield, Ill ...... 10 57 52
St. Augustine, Fla.. I 29 44
St. Louis, Mo...... o10 55 4
St. Paul, Minn.....io 43 45
Tallahassee, Fla .... 11 17 40
Toronto, C. W...... 5' 38 38
Washington, D. C.. ii 47 53


EAST OF NEW YORK.
H Al S
Albany, N. Y....... o i 6
Archangel, Russia.. 7 36 2
Augusta, Maine ... o 16 44
Bangor, Maine...:. o 20 56
Berlin, Prussia..... 5 49 39
Calcutta, India.....10 io 58
Cape of Good Hope. 6 i8 52
Charlottetown,P.E.I. o 43 1o
Constantinople, Tur. 6 52 o
Dover, N. H....... o 12 28
Dublin, Ireland .... 4 30 42
Eastport, Maine.... o 28 20
Edinburgh, Scotl'd.. 4 43 21
Frankfort, Germany. 5 29 26
Fredericton, N. B.. o 29 4
Geneva, Switzerl'd.. 5 20 40
Gibraltar, Spain.... 4 34 40
Gloucester, Mass... o 12 25
Greenwich, Engl'd.. 4 56 4
Halifax, N. S...... o 41 38
Hamburg, Germany. 5 35 58
Hartford, Ct ....... o 5 21
Jerusalem, Pal.....7 17 26
Liverpool, England. 4 44 3
London, England... 4 55 41
Lowell, Mass....... o 10 48
Lynn, Mass ........ o 12 22
Mecca, Arabia...... 7 36 2
Middletown, Ct..... o 5 28
Montreal, C. E .... o I 44
New Haven, Ct ... o 4 23
Paris, France....... 5 5 26
Portland, Maine.... o 15 10
Portsmouth, N. H.. ..o 13
Providence, R.I.... o 10 25
Quebec, C. E....... o I o
Rio Janeiro, Brazil.. 2 3 14
Rome, Italy........ 5 45 59
Salem, -Mass....... o 12 30
Singapore, E. I .... I 44 2
St. John's, N. F.... a 24 20
St. Petersburg...... 6 57 18
Stockholm, Sweden. 6 8 18
Tobolsk, Siberia.... 9 29 2
Vienna, Austria. ... 6 r 37


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COMMENICEMENT OF THE YEAR.

By the reformation of the calendar by Gregory, the year
began on the first of January, and, consequently, whenever
and wherever thle uew style of reckoning time was adopted,
then and there the year commenced on this day.
Previous to the use of the Gregorian Calendar, the years
had different days of beginning at various times in the same
and different countries, and occasionally at the same time in
the same country.
In most countries it began on one of the following days:
Christmas-day, the 25th of December;
Circumcision-day, the ist of January;
Lady-day, the 25th of March ;
Easter-day, the day of the Resurrection of our Lord.
In England, in the seventh, and so late as the thirteenth
century, the year began on Christmas-day; but, in the twelfth
century, the Anglican Church commenced th-le year on the 25th
of March, as did also the civilians of the fourteenth century.
This continued until 1752, the time of adoption of the new
style. By this it appears that two modes of reckoning the
commencement of the year have generally existed in Great
Britain and its colonies, causing what are called the CIVIL,
ECCLESIASTICAL, or LEGAL YEAR, and the HISTORICAL
YEAR. The last-named of these has commenced on the ist of
January for a long period of time.



DIVI.SIONTS OP TIME.


A SOLAR DAY is measured by the rotation of the earth
upon its axis, and is of different lengths, owing to the ellip-
ticity of the earth's orbit and other causes ; but a mean solar
day, recorded by the time-piece, is twenty-four hours long.
An ASTRONOMICAL DAY commences at noon, and is counted
from the first to the twenty-fourth hour. A CIVIL DAY com-
mences at midnight, and js counted from the first to the
twelfth hour, when it is recounted again from the first to the
twelfth hour. A NAUTICAL DAY is counted as a civil day,
but commences, like an Astronomical Day, from noon.
A CALENDAR MNIONTH varies in length from 28 to 31 days.
A MEAN LUNAR MONTH is 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes, 2
seconds, and 5.24 thirds.
A YEAR is divided into 365 days.
A SOLAR YEAR, which is the time occupied by the Sun
in passing from one Venial Equinox to another, consists of
365.24244 solar days, or 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, and
49.536 seconds.
A JULIAN YEAR is 365 days. A GREGORIAN YEAR is
365.2425 days. Every fourth year is BISSEXTILE, or LEAP
YEAR, and is 366 days. The error of the Gregorian computa-
tion amounts only to one day in 3571.4286 years.










THE SOLAR SYSTEM.


The Sun, the centre of the Solar System, has a diameter of
885,680 miles, and its bulk is 1,400,00ooo times greater than that
of the Earth, and 700 times greater than that of all the bodies
revolving around it.
THE PLANETS.
Diameter Distance from Period of
in Miles. Volume. the Sun. Revolution.
Mercury....... 2,050 1-19 36,000,000 3 mos.
Venus ........ 7,8oo 9-1o 67,00o0,0oo00 7 mos.
Earth ......... 7,912 r 92,000,000 s year.
Mars .......... 4,500 z-6 140,000,000 2 yrs.
Asteroids...... (approximate) 250,000,000 41 yrs.
Jupiter........89,000 1,400 480,000,000 12 yrs.
Saturn ........ 79,000 1,ooo000 876,ooo000,000ooo 29 yrs.
Uranus........ 35,000 86 ,762,000,000 84 yrs.
Neptune.......31,000 6o 2,760,000,000 164.2 yrs.
The Moon's diameter is 2,160 miles, and her volume one
forty-ninth of that of the Earth. She revolves in her orbit
once in 291 days, at a distance of 240,000 miles from the Earth.
The Asteroids number 94, of which 3 were discovered in
z867. Leverrier estimates that their aggregate mass does not
exceed one-third of that of the Earth.
VELOCITY OF THE EARTH'S MOTION. -The Earth moves
forward in its orbit, 1,64o,o000 miles per day, 68,ooo miles per
hour, i,100o miles per minute, and nearly i) miles every second.



POPULATION OF THE WORLD.

The latest and most reliable statistics on the subject
estimate the population of the world at 1,375,000,000, which
is divided among the different continents as follows:
Population of Europe...................... 293,000,000
Asia ....................... 805,400,000
America ..................... 81,400,000
S Africa....................... .191,000,000
Australia, etc................. 4,200,000

Total.................. 1,375,000,000
Reckoning the average deaths as about one in every forty
inhabitants, 32,000,0oo00 die in a year ; 87,671 in a day ; 3,653 in
an hour; and 61 in a minute. Thus one human being dies on
an average every second, and more than one is born.
The entire population is thus divided in point of religion
Christians- Protestants ........... 0o,835,000
Roman Catholics..... 195,460,200
Eastern Church...... 81,478,000

377,773,200
Buddhists .......... .....................360,000,000ooo
Oilier Asiatic creeds ....... ............... 260,000,000
Pagans .......................... ......... 200,000,000
Mohammedans ............................ 165,oo000,0o00
Jews .................................... 7,000,000










PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES,
FROM THE ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION.

S PRESIDENTS. RESIDENCE. BORN. Installed
Z in office.

George Washington Virginia...... 1732 1789
2 George Washington............... .... 1793
3 John Adams........ Massachusetts. 1735 1797
4 Thomas Jefferson.. Virginia...... 1743 18o]
5 Thomas Jefferson ... .............. ... 1805
6 James Madison..... Virginia...... 1751 1809
7 James Madison. ....................... 1813
8 James Monroe...... Virginia...... 1758 1817
9 James Monroe ...... ............. ... x821
Io John Q. Adams..... Massachusetts. 1767 1825
I, Andrew Jackson.... Tennessee.... 1767 1829
12 Andrew Jackson.................. .... 1833
13 Martin Van Buren. New York.... 1782 1837
r4 Wmin. H. Harrison*.. Ohio......... 1773 1841
John Tyler......... Virginia...... 1790 184I
15 James K. Polk...... Tennessee .... 1795 1845
16 Zachary Taylor*. .... Louisiana .... 1784 1849
Millard Fillmore.... New York.... 18oo 1850
17 Franklin Pierce.... N. Hampshire. 1804 1853
18 James Buchlianan.... Pennsylvania 1791 1857
19 Abraham Lincoln.. Illinois....... 18og9 86i
20 Abraham Lincoln* ................ ..... 1865
Andrew Johnson... Tennessee.... i8o8 1865
21 Ulysses S. Grant.... Illinois ....... 1822 1869
Died in office, and succeeded by the Vice-President.

A. VA6L UTA.3BtLE TABLE-

A box twenty-four inches by sixteen inches square, and
twenty-eight inches deep, will contain a barrel.-A box twenty-
six by fifteen and a half inches square, and eight inches deep,
will contain a bushel. A box twelve inches by eleven and a
half inches square, and nine inches deep, will contain a half
bushel. A box eight by eight inches square, and eight inches
deep, will contain a peck. A box eight by eight inches square,
and four and one-eighth inches deep, will contain one gallon.-
A box seven by eight inches square, and four and one-eighth
inches deep, will contain a half gallon. A box four inches by
four inches square, and four and one-fourth inches deep, will
contain a pint.

TO ASCERTAIN THE LENGTH OF THE DAY AND NIGHT.

At any time of the year add 12 hours to the time of the
sun's setting, and from the sum subtract the time of rising for
the length of the day. Subtract the time of setting from 12
hours, and to the remainder add the time of rising next
morning for the length of the night. These rules are equally
truIe for apparent time.









A COMPLETE


||abke of Utarnp Idltes

AS APPROVED MARCH 26, 1867.


AGREEMENT, or CONTRACT, not otherwise specified;
any appraisement of value or damage, or for other
purpose; for each agreement, or for each sheet of
each agreement, etc., or renewal of same......... $0.05
ASSIGNMENT. See conveyance.
BANK CHECK, DRAFT, or ORDER for the payment of
any sun of money drawn upon any bank, banker,
or trust company, or for any sum exceeding $So,
drawn upon any other person, companies, or cor-
porations, at sight or on demand................ .02
BILL OF EXCHANGE, (Inland,) DRAFT, or ORDER, for
the payment of money, not at sight or on demand,
or any PROMISSORY NOTE, (except Bank Notes
issued for circulation, and checks made and intended
to be forthwith presented, and which shall be pre-
sented to a bank or banker for paymentt) or any
memorandum, check, receipt, or other written or
printed evidence of money to be paid on demand,
or at a time designated, for every $s0oo or part
thereof ........................................ 05
BILL OF EXCHANGE (Foreign), or LETTERS OF CREDIT,
drawn in but payable out of the United States:
If drawn singly or in duplicate, same as Inland
Bills of Exchange.
If drawn in sets of three or more, every bill of
each set, for every $soo, or the equivalent thereof,
in any foreign currency in which the bill is ex-
pressed ........................................ .02
BILL OF LADING, or RECEIPT, (other than charter
party,) for any goods, etc., exported to a foreign
port ........................................... 1to
BILL OF SALE OF VESSEL, or any part thereof, consider-
ation of value not over $500o ...................... .50
Every add'l $500oo, or part thereof, 5o cents more.
BOND OF INDEMNITY, every $1,ooo000, or part thereof. ... 50
BOND, for the execution of the duties of any office..... i oo
BOND, other than required in legal proceedings, or used
in connection with mortgage deeds, and not other-
wise charged ............... ......... .25
CERTIFICATE OF STOCK, in incorporated company.... 25
CERTIFICATE OF PROFITS, or any certificate or memo-
randum showing an interest in the property or accu-
mulations of any incorporated company, if for $to
and not over $50 ............... ............ .... 1o
Over $5o and not over $i,o0o .................. .25
Every add'l $i,ooo, or part .thereof, 25 cents more.









UNITED STATES STAMP DUTIES.

MANIFEST, for custom house entry or clearance of
vessel's cargo for foreign port, (except to British
North America,) tonnage not over 300 totns...... $1.00
Over 300 and not over 6oo00 tons ............... 3.00
Over 6oo00 tons................................ 5.00oo
MORTGAGE, Trust Deed, or Personal Bond, for the
payment of money, over $o100 and not over $503. .50
Every add'l $500oo, or part thereof, 50 cents more.
Upon each assignment or transfer of a mortgage, a
stamp duty equal to that upon a mortgage, for the
amount remaining unpaid.
Trust Deed conveying, estate to uses, to be stamped
as a conveyance.
OFFICIAL INSTRUMENTS, documents and papers issued
by the officers of the United States government
or by the officers of any State, county or town
require no stamp.
All affidavits are exempt.
ORDER for the payment of money. See Bank Check.
PASSAGE TICKET, to foreign port, (except British Nortlh
America,) costing $35 or less .................... .50
Over $35 and not over $5o0................... 1.oo00
Every additional $50, or part thereof, $i more.
POWER OF ATTORNEY, to sell or transfer any stock,
bond, or scrip, or for the collection of any dividend,
or interest thereon .............................. .25
To vote by proxy for officers of any corporation or
society, (except religious, charitable, literary socie-
ties, or public cemeteries,) ............... ....... to
To sell or rent real estate......................... i.oo
T o collect rents ................................... .25
To perform any act not herein mentioned.......... .50
PROBATE OF WILL, or LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION,
value of estate not over $2,oo000......... ..... .00oo
Every add'l $t,ooo, or part thereof, 50 cents more.
(Probate of will, letters testamentary or of administra-
tion, or administrator's or guardian's bonds, when
the value of the estate, real and personal, does not
exceed $i,ooo, require no stamp.)
PROMISSORY NOTE.- See Bill of Exchange, Inland.
PROTEST of note, bill of exchange, acceptance, check or
draft, or any marine protest, whether protested by a
notary public or by any other officer who may be
authorized by law to make such protest......... .25
RECEIPTS for any sum of money, or for the payment of
any debt exceeding $2o in amount, not being for the
satisfaction of any mortgage or judgment-or decree
of any court, or by endorsement on any stamped
obligation in acknowledgment of its fulfilment....02
WAREHOUSE RECEIPT. exempt.









UNITED STATES STAMP DUTIES.

CERTIFICATE OF DAMAGE, or otherwise, and all other
certificates or documents issued by any port warden,
marine surveyor, or person acting as such......... .25
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT, $1oo or less.............. .02
O ver $1ioo .................................... o5
(Certificates of measurement or weight of animals,
wood, coal, or hay ; certificate of the record of a
deed or other instrument in writing, or of the
acknowledgment or proof thereof, by attesting
witnesses, require no stamp.)
CERTIFICATE, of any other description............... .05
CHARTER PARTY, (or renewal, etc., of same,) contract
or agreement for charter of vessel or steamer of
registered tonnage, not over i5o tons............. i.oo
Over 150 and not over 300 tons ................. 3.00
Over 300oo and not over 6oo tons ................. 5.oo00
Over 6oo tons ................................ io.o00
CONTRACT, or renewal, Broker's note, or memorandum
of sale of merchandise, exchange, real estate, or
other property issued by brokers, or persons acting
as such, each................................... 10
CONVEYANCE.- Deed or writing, whereby any lands,
tenements, or other realty sold is granted, assigned,
or transferred, for every $500oo, or part thereof. ..... 50
ENTRY OF GOODS, etc., at any custom house, for con-
sumption or warehousing, of value not over $100 ... .25
Over $too and not over $5oo00................... .50
O ver $500 .................................... 0.oo
WITHDRAWAL from bonded warehouse............. 50
INSURANCE (Life). Policy, (or assignment, etc., of
same,) not over $i,0o0......................... .25
Over $1,000ooo and not over $5,ooo000................. 50
Over $5,oo000 .................................. oo
INSURANCE, (Marine, Inland, and Fire).-Each policy
or renewal, (or assignment, etc., of same,) on which
premium is $ o10 or less .......................... .10
Over $io and not over $5o .................... -25
Over $50 ................ ..................... .50
INSURANCE against accidental injuries to persons, exempt.
LEASE, agreement, memorandum, or contract, for the
hire, use, or rent of any land, tenement, or portion
thereof, when rent or rental value is not over $300
per annum ..................................... 50
Every add'l $,oo, or part thereof, 50 cents more.
LEASE, Assignment of.-A stamp duty equal to that
imposed on the original instrument, increased by a
stamp duty on the consideration or value of the
assignment equal to that imposed upon the convey-
ance of land for similar consideration or value.
(See conveyance.)









UNITED STATES STAMP DUTIES.

CANNED MEATS, etc., for and upon every can, bottle or
other single package, containing meats, fruits, vege-
tables, sauces, syrups, prepared mustard, jams or
jellies, not exceeding two lbs. in weight........... $o.o0
Every additional pound or part thereof, i cent more.
PROPRIETARY, Medicines, Perfumery, Cosmetics, Pre-
parations, etc., each package retailed at not over
25 cents ....................................... o01
Over 25 cents and not over 50 cents ........... .02
Over 5o cents and not over 75 cents........... .03
Over 75 cents and not over $ ................ 04
Every add'l 50o cents, or part thereof, 2 cents more.
Officinal preparations, and medicines mixed or com-
pounded specially for any person according to the
written recipe or prescription of any physician or
surgeon, exempt.
FRICTIONr MATCHES, or lucifer matches, or other articles
made in part of wood, and used for like purposes,
each package of too, or part thereof. ............. .01o
Packages of more than zoo matches, for each too or
part thereof .................................... .01
WAX TAPERS, double the rates for friction matches.
CIGAR LIGHTS, made in part of wood, wax, glass, paper,
or other materials, in packages containing 25 lights
or less, each package ............................ .01o
Every additional 25 lights, or part thereof, e cent more.
PLAYING CARDS, for and upon every pack not exceed-
ing fifty-two cards in number, irrespective of price
or value ....................................... 05


ME The indiscriminate use of all kinds of stamps (except
postage or proprietary) is permitted, care being taken to affix
a stamp or stamps of the proper amount.
Documents made in any foreign country, to be used in the
United States, shall pay the same duty as when made here.
Powers of Attorney, or other papers relating to applications
for bounties, arrearages of pay, or pensions, require no stamp;
neither do indorsemnent of negotiable instrument, nor any war-
rant of attorney accompanying a bond or note, when such bond
or note shall be stamped; and whenever any bond or note
shall be secured by mortgage, but one stamp duty is required,
provided the stamp duty placed thereon is the highest rate
required for said instrument, or either of them.
The person using or affixing the stamp or stamps, shall write
thereupon the initials of hi1 name and the date upon which the
same shall be attached or used, under a penalty of $5o ; or they
may be otherwise canceled as the Commissioner may prescribe.
Violations of Stamp Duties will be punished as the law
directs.









ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1871.

IN the year 1871, there will be four Eclipses; two of the
Sun, and two of the Moon.
January 6th:
A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, partly visible as
follows:
PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK. CHICAGO.
Middle of Eclipse ..... 4h. 3am. A. 4h. zom. A. Invisible.
Moon leaves Shadow... 6h. 2m. A. 5h. 5om. A. 4h. 56m. A.
Moon leaves Penumbra. 7h. 2irm. A. 711. q9mn. A. 6h. 15m. A.
Visible, more or less, to the world generally, except to the
western slope of North America.
June 17th:
AN ANNULAR ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, invisible to North
America. Visible to Australia and adjacent oceans.
July 2d:
A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON; invisible. Visible,
more or less, to Asia, Australia, Eastern Africa, and extreme
western North America.
December llth:
A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN; invisible to North
America. Visible to Australia and India.

MORNING AND EVENING STARS.
___.( -+C-.---
VENUS will be Evening Star until September 26th; then
Morning Star the rest of the year.
JUPITER will be Evening Star until June 30th; then
Morning Star the rest of the year.

FEASTS AND FASTS OF THE CHURCH.
Epiphany .............. .......... January 6.
Septuagesima Sunday...................... February .5.
Shrove Sunday........................... .. 19.
Ash W ednesday............................ 22.
First Sunday in Len'tit...................... 26.
Palm Sunday .............................. April 2.
Good Friday ............................... 7.
Easter Sunday ................. : ........... 9.
Low Sunday ............................... 16.
Rogation Sunday........................... May 14.
Ascension D ay.............................. 18.
W hit Sunday .............................. 28.
Trinity Sunday............................. June 4.
Corpus Christi.......................... ..." 8.
First Sunday in Advent .................... December 3.
Christmas Day. ............................ 25.

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES, 1871.
Lunar Cycle or Golden Number.................. o.
Solar Cycle...................................... 4-
Dominical Letter ................................ A.
Epact ........................................... 9.
Roman Indiction................................. 14.
Julian Period........... ..................... 6584.














MOON'S PHASES. 1 BOSTON. N. YORK.
FULL MOON....... i 6th 4 39 P. M. 4 27 P. M.
LAST QUARTER.... 4th 2 A. M. 2 o A. A.
NEW MOON ....... 20th 7 48 P. M.- 7 36 P.M.
FIRST QUARTER... 2Sth 8 30 A.M. 8 IS A. .
6 Day BOSTON. NEW YORK.
( Sun Sun Moon High Tide. High Tide.
>_, R se eS.R&S Morning. Evening. Morning. | rening.
r Week H A II AI H H A 1l H A H N
I 7 304 38 2 29 7 13 7 39 3 56 4 23
2 MON. 7 304 39 3 288 5 8 3 4 49 5 14
3 TUES. 7 304 40 4 28 8 54 9 I8 5 39 6 4
4WED. 7 304 4 5 28 9 42 10 6 6 28 6 52
5 THUR. 7 304 42 6 24 o10 30 o10 53 7 16 7 38
6FRID. 7 304 43 RISES I 1511 37 7 57 8 20
7SAT. 7 304 44 5 31 11 59".." 8 43 9 6
8 j 7 294 45 6 34 0 20! 041 9 281 9 50
9MON. 729446 7 40 I 3 I26 10 11 10 31
IoTUES. 7 294 47 8 47 I 48 2 10 10 52 11 15
11 WED. 7 284 48 9 55 2 32 2 54 II 38 ..
12 THUR. 7 284 49 3 3 17 3 40o 2 o 26
I3 FRID. 7284 50 MORN 4 4 4 30 0 51 1 17
I4SA'r. 7 274 51 0 13 45 57 26 1 44 2 12
15 7 274 52 1 25 556 6272 42 3 13
I6 MON. 27453 6 59 7 33 345 4 18
17 TUES. 726455 352 8 6 8394 51 5 24
18WED. 7 25456 5 5 911 94 5 556 6 28
19 THUR. 7 254 57 6 1310 2 I1041 6 58 7 26
20 FRID. 7 244 58 SEs i 18 11 34 7 51 8 16
21 SAT. 7 245 0 5 481159... 843 9 9
22 % 7 235 I 6 58 o 23 46 9 33 9 55
23 MON. 7 225 2 8 6 i 9 1 32 1o 16 10 37
24 TUES. 7 21 5 3 9 13 I 54 2 15 10 571 t 18
25 WED. 7 215 510 I6 236 2 56 11 40"
26 THUR. 7205 6ii i6 3 17 3 38 0 2 0 24
27 FRID. 7195 7MORN 3 59 4 22 0 46 I 9
28 SA'. 7 I85 8 0 17 445 5 1 32 56
29 7 17 5 1 17 5 356 0 2 21 2 46
30 MON. 7 16 5 12 217 6 26 6 53 32 3 39
31 TUES. 7 5 i3 3 16 721 749 4 6 4 33















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. N. YORK.
FULL MOON....... 5th 9 17 A N. 9 5 A, A.
LAST QUARTER.... 1 2th zo 16 A.M t. 10 4 A. T.
NEW MOON ...... 1 9th 9 4 A. MT. 8 52 A. .
FIRST QUARTER... -7th 5 54 A.M. 5 42 A. M,
5 Day BOSTON. NEW YORK.
Sun Sun Moon High Tide. High Tide.
j Rises Sets. R.& S. Msoring. Evenig. Morning. Evening.
V Week. H M H A H A H M1 H Al H A H M
I WED. 714514 4 14 8 17 844 55 1529
2THUR. 7 13 5 15 5 o10 9 II 9 38 557 6 24
3 FRID. 7 125 17 6 2 10 410 29 6 50 7 14
4 SAT. 7 115 iS 6 43 tO 531 15 7 37 7 58
5 7 105 RISES ii 3711 59 8 19 8 43
6 MON. 7 95 20 6 36 0 21 9 7 9 29
7TUES. 7 85 22 7-44 043 1 5 9 51 10o I1
8 WED. 7 7 5 23 8 54 1 26 1 47 10o 31 10 52
9 THU.R 7 65 25 10 4 2 9 2 31 1113 11 36 1
i FRID. 7 45 26 I 15 253 ..... o i
11SAT. 7 2527MRN 34 4 5 26 o 52
12 7 1 5 28 0 27 4 3 5 2 19 1 48
13 MON. 7 05 30 1 405 34 6 8 220 2 54
I4TUES. 6 595 31 2 52 6 43 7 18 3 29 4 3
15 WED. 6 585 32 4 o 7 5 8 26 4 37 5 10
16 THUR. 6 565 33 5 1 8 58 9 29 543 615
17 FRID. 6 555 35 554 9 59 10 28 6 45 7 14
18 SAT. 6 535 36 637 10 5411 i8 7 38 8 o
19 S 6 525 37 SETS I 40'- 8 22 8 45
20 MON. 6505 3 *6 54 0 0 0 21 9 7 9 28
21 TUES. 6 495 39 7 59 0 42 1 2 948 10 8
22 WED. 6 475 41 9 2 1 22 I 411 10 26 io 43
23 THUR. 6 46 5 42 10 4 2 0 2 19 II I 1I 21
24 FRID. 6 445 43 11 5 2 39 259 11 42 .....
25 SAT. 6 435 45 MORN 3 19 340 o 4 o 26
26 6 41 5 46 0 5 4 1 4 24 0 48 1 11
27 MON. 6 395 47 I 5 4 49 5 16 1 36 2 I
28TUES. 6 385 48 2 2 5 613 2 30 258

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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. N. YORK.
FULL MOON....... 6h ,10 55 P M. 10 43 P. M.
LAST QUARTER.... I 3th 5 35 P.- M. 5 23 P.M.
NEW MOON ........ j 20th II 16 P. M. 11 4 P.M.
FIRST QUARTER... 29th I 2 0 A. A. 1 48 A. M.


Sun
Rises
H M
6 36
6 35
6 33
6 32
6 30o
6 28
6 27
6 25
6 23
6 21
6 19
6 I8


BOSTON.
. .. _. I


Sun MAoo1
Sets. R.& S.
H MH H H
5 50 258
5 51 3 5I
552 4 40
5 53 5 23
554 6 o
5 56 RISES
5 57 6 39
5 53 7 50
559 9 4
6 0 Io iS
6 i I 32
6 3 MORN


Day
0 of
Week.
W ED.
2 THUR.
3 FRID.
4 SAT.
5 A
6 MON.
7 TUES.
8 WED.
9 THUR.
10 FRID.
II SAT.
12 %
13 MON.
14 TUES.
15 WED.
16 THUR.
17 FRID.
18 SAT.
19
20 MON.
21 TUES.
22 WED.
23 THUR.
24 FRID.
25 SAT.
26 %
27 MON.
28 TUES.
29 WED.
30 THUR.
3i FRID.


High Tide.
Morning. Lveniug.
H 51 H Al
6 42 7 12
7 43 8 13
8 43 9 ii
9 37 o10 3
o10 28 O10 52
1f 15 iI 36
11 57 .
o 17 o 38
I 0 I 23
1 45 2 8
2 31 2 55
3 20 3 47
4 i6 4 48
5 22 557
633 7 8
7 43 8 i6
8 47 9 i6
9 43 io 8
10 32 10 55


ii i6
1i 53
0 II
o 48
1 25
2 3
2 43
3 25
4 13
5 7
6 8
7 Ic


II 35

o 29
I 6
144
2 23
3 4
3 48
4 40
5 37
6 39
7 4'


NEW YORK.
High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
141 A1 14 AT
3 28 3 58
4 28 4 58
5 28 5 56
6 23 6 49
7 14 7 36
7 57 8 19
841 9 3
9 25 9 47
10 9Io 3
10 51 ii 14
11 39 .....
o 5 0 33
I 3 1 35
2 8 2 43
3 i8 3 53
4 27 5 o
5 32 6 2
6 29 6 54
7 17 7 38
7 58 8 17
8 37 8 5
9 i6 9 34
9 52 io io
O10 28 10io 46
11 5 11 25
11 47 .....
0 II 0 35
I 0 I 26
1 53 2 23
2 54 3 25
3 551 4 25


6 16 6 4 o 45
6 156 5 1 55
6 136 6 2 57
6 ii6 7 350
6 96 9 4 36
6 86 io 5 14
6 66 11 5 45
6 46 12 SETS
6 26 13 6 48
6 r 6 14 7 50
5 596 15 8 52
5 576 6 69 54
5 556 i8Io 54
.5 546 19I1 52
5 52 6 20 MORN
5 5o 6 21 0 49
5 48 6 22 I 43
5 47 6 23 2 32
5 456 24 3 17
















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. N. YORK.
SFULL 0Moot0r ....... 5h 9 39 A. M. 9 27 AM. .
LAST QUARTER.... 12th 1 7 A. MA. o 55 A. Mt.
NEW MOON........ 9th 2 19 P. M. 2 7 P- M.
FIRST QUARTER... "27th 7 4 P. Mt. 6 52 P. M.


BOSTON.


Day
of
Week.

I SAT.
2 %
3 MON.
4 TUES.
5 WED.
6 THUR.
7 FRID.
8 SAT.
9 a
10 MON.
ii TUES.
12 WED.
13 THUR.
14 FRID.
15 SAT.
16 .7
17 MON.
i8 TUES.
19 WVED.
20 THUR.
21 FRID.
22 'AT.
23 A
24 MON.
25 TUES.
26 WED.
27 THUR.
28 FRID.
29iSAT.
30 JS
A'F,...


NEW YORK.


Sun Sun
Rises Sets.
H tl H AM
5 436 25
5 4i 6 26
5 406 27
5 386 29
5 366 30
5 346 31
5 336 32
5 31 6 33
5 30 6 34
5 286 36
5 266 37
5 246 38
5 236 39
5 21 6 40
5 206 41
5 i8642
5 i66 43
5 156 44
5 13 6 45
5 126 47
5 io6 48
5- 86 49
5 76 50
5 56 51
5 46 52
5 26 53
5 16 54
5 o6 56
4 596 57
4 576 58


Moon
R.& S.
H M
3 56
4 31
5 2
5 3'
RISES
7 59
9 t6
10 32
II 45
MORN
0 51
1 48
2 36
3 17
3 50
4 iS
4 43
5 8
SETS
7 44
8 45
9 43
10 41
11 37
MORN
0 28
I 14
I 54
2 29
3


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H At H Al
8 ii 8 40
9 7 933
9 59 o10 23
10 47 11 9
II 31 Ii 52
..... o 0 14
o 36 o 59
I 23 I 48
2 14 2 40
3 8 3 36
4 7 439
5 13 5 48
6 22 6 56
7 28 7 59
8 27 8 54
9 19 9 42
10 4 10o 25
10 45 11 4
I 22 II 40
I1 58 .....
o i6 0 34
0 53 1 1i2
I 32 I 53
2 14 2 35
2 57 3 20
3 45 4 II
438 5 6
5 36 6 6
6 36 7 6
7 36 8 5


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H H H H

4 55 5 24-
5 53 6 20
6 45 7 9
7 31 7 52
8 13 8 36
9 0 9 26.
9 45 1o 8
10 32 10 57
11 22;1I 51
S0 22
0 54 1 26
2 0 2 34
3 8 3 41
4 13 4 43
5 12 5 39
6 4 6 28
6 50 7 II
7 30 7 47
8 4 8 22
8 42 9 2
9 20 9 39
9 58 1o 17
10 3610 56
11 i8 II 41
.05
0.31 o58
1 25 I 53
2 22 2 52
3 22 3 52
4 21 4 50
.. e ..


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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. N. YORK.
FULL MOON....... 4th 6 16 P. M. 6 4 P. M.
LAST QUARTER.... lth 9 39 A. M. 9 27 A. M.
NEW 1MOON ........ 19th 6 i A.M. 5 49 A.M.
FIRST QUARTER... 27h11 8 iS A. MT. 8 6 A. AT.


BOSTON.


Sun
Sets.
H Si
6 59
7 o
7 1
7 2
7 3
7 4
7 6


NEW YORK.


Day
of
Week.
MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.
A
MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.
A
A-ION.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.


Sull
Rises
H ]I

4 56
4 54
4 53
4 51
4 50
4 49
4 48
4 46
4 45
444
4 43
4 42
4 41
4 40
4 39
4 38
4 37
4 36
4 35
4 34
4 33
4 32
4.3
4 30
4 30
4 29
4 29
4 28
4 27
4 27
4 26


Mloon High Tide.
R.& S Morning. Evenin,..
H Al H St it SI
3 30 8 34 9 0
3 59 9 25 9 51
4 27 to t6 10 41
RISES Ii 5 II 28
8 to II 51 .....
9 26 o 16 0 41
10 39 I 7 1 34
11 43 2 1 2 29
MORN 2 57 3 26
0 36 3 56 4 27
1 18 4- 58 5 30
1 54 6 t 6 31
2 24 7 0 7 28
2 49 755 8 21
3 13 8 45 9 7
3 37 9 29 9 50
4 0 10 II 10 31
4 25 10 51 II 10
SETS Ii 2911 47
8 35.'. .o 6
9 33 0 26 0 46
10 25 i 7 I 28
11 12 I 50 2 12
II 53 2 35 2 58
MORN 3 21 3 45
0 29 4 9 4 35
1 2 5 3 5 31
I 31 6 o 6 29
1 58 6 58 7 27
2 25 7 57 S 25
2 54 8 53 9 21


High Tide.
MoTning. Evening.
I1 M H St
5 i9 5 45
6 I1 6 37
7 2 7 25
7 48 8 11
835 9 1.
9 27 9 53
10 19 o10 45
II ii 11 40
S..... 0 12
0 43 I 14
1 45 2 16-
2 47 3 17
3 46 4 13
439 5 5
5 29 5 53
6 15 6 36
6 57 7 17
7 35 7 52
8 It 8 30
8 51 9 13
9 33 9 53
10 13 IO 34
10 55 II 17
II 41 .....
o 6 o 31
0 56 I 22
1 49 2 17
2 46 3 14
3 43 4 12
4 41 5 10o
5 38 6 6


B ST N. NEW YORK


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MOON'S PHASES. I BOSTON.
FULL MOON....... 3d 1i 43 A.AM..
LAST QUARTER.... 9th 7 53 p" M.
NEW MOON ........ 7th 11 9- 45 P. A.
FIRST QUARTER... 25th i 6 o P. i.


SDay
0 of
c, Week.
THUR.
2 FRID.
3 SAT.
4 '%
5 MON.
6 TUES.
7 WED.
8 THUR.
9 FRID.
10 SAT.

12 MON.
13 TUES.
14 WED.
15 THUR.
16 FRID.
17 SAT.
18 -
19 MON.
20 TUES.
21 IVED.
22 THUR.
23 FRID.
24 SAT.
25 '%
26 MON.
27 TUES.
28 WED.
29 THUR.
30 FRID.


Sun Sun
Rises Sets.
H M H A
4 26 7 3c
4 25 7 3c
4 25 7 31


4 24
4 24
4 24
4 23
4 23
4 23
4 22
4 22
4 22
4 22
4 22
4 22
4 22
4 22
4 22
4 23
4 23
4 23
4 23
4 23
4 24
4 24
4 24
4 25
4 25
4 25
4 26


7 32
7 33
7 33
7 34
7 35
7 35
7 36
7 36
7 37
7 37
7 3S
7 38
7 38
7 39
7 39
7 39
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40
7 40


BOSTON.


Moon
R.& S.

K3 25
4 '
RISES
9 26
10 26
11 15
11 55
MORN
0 27
O 54
I -19
1 43
2 6
2 30
2 56
3 26
4 1
SETS
9 10
9 53
10 31
II 4
11 33
MORN
0 1
0 28
O 55
I 22
1 55
2 34


Higi
Morning.
H M
9 48
o10 42
11 35
o I1
0 55
1 51
2 45
3 38
4 32
5 27
6 22
7 '4
8 4
8 51
9 36
10 20
11 3
I 44
o 4
o 46
I 29
2 13
2 57
3 42
4 31
5 24
6 21
7 21
8 23
9 24


i Tide.
Evening.
H N
10 15
II 9

0 27
I 23
2 18
3 12
4 5
5 0
5 55
6 49
7 39
8 28
9 13
9 58
10 41
I1 24

0 25
7
1 51
2 35
3 '9
4 6
4 57
5 52
6 51
7 52
8 54
9 551


I 31 A.M.
7 41 P- M.
9 33 P- M.
5 48 P. M.


I NEW YOR


Hi
Moran
H
6'
7:
8
9
10
11

o I
0:]

2
3
3'
4,
5"
6:
7
7,
8:
9
9




o :
I
2
3
4
5
6


gli Tide.
ng. Evening.
N H N
34 7 I
27 7 52
17 8 45
14 9 41
910 35
OIl 28
57 .
25 0 52
19 I 46
14 2 41
8 3 34
59 4 24
48 5 12
36 5 59
22 6 44
5 7 26
46 8 6
278 49
10 9 32
53 10 14
35 10 55
18 II 41
.. .0 4
28 0 53
18i 44
10 2 38
7 3 36
6 4 37
8 5 39
io 6 41









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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. N. YORK.
FULL MOON ...... 2d 8 52 A. Al. 8 40 A. M.
LAST QUARTER... 9th 8 25 A.M 8 13 A. M.
NEW MOON ........ r7th o 43 P. M. o 31 p. M.
FIRST QUARTER... 25th i 7 A. M. o 55 A. M.
FULL MOON....... 3ISt 4 32 P. M. 4 20 P. tM.


BOSTON.


Moon
R.& S.
H ST
3 21
RISES
9 3


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H Sl H MT
r0o 25 10 54
1I 23 II 50
.. o 16


0



2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29


Day
of
Week.
SAT.
JS
MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
PFRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.


NEW YORK.


NEW Y--


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H ST H Tl
7 11 7 39
8 5 833
9 2 9 29


Sun Sun
Rises Sets.
H ST H IT
4 267 40
4 27 7 40
4 27 7 40
4 28 7 40
4 29 7 40
4 29 7 40
4 30 7 39
4 30 7 39
4 31 7 38
4 32 7 38
4 33 7 38
4 33 7 37
4 347 37
4 35 7 36
4 36 7 35
4 36 7 35
4 37 7 34
4 38 7 34
4 39 7 33
4 40 7 32
4 41 7 31
4 42 7 30
4 43 7 29
4 447 29
4 45 7 28
4 46 7 27
4 47 7 26
4 48 7 25
4 4)97 24
4 5017 23
4 51J7 21


10 20
i 7
I 57
0 21
i 8
I 57
2 48
3 39"
4 31
5 22
6 12
7 1
7 45
8 27
9 13
9 54
10 34
1 14
11 59
0 22
I II.
2 6
3 7
4 13
5 22,
6 30
7 28
8 21


9 49 o 43
10 25 I 35
10 55 2 25
11 21 3 12
ii 46 3 58
1MORN 4 46
o 0io 5 36
o 34 6 28
o 59 7 20
I 28 8 12
2 1 9 2
2 40 9 51
3 25 0io 39
SETS II 24
8 32 .....
9 8 0 26
9 39 i 8
0 6 1 50
0 31 2 32
0o 56 3 14
I 23 3 59
I 53 4 51
MORN 5 50
o 28 6 55
i io 8 3
2 I 9 II
3 210 IO 14
4 10 II 12


1 9
2 0
2 49
3 35
4 21
5 I'
6 2
6 54
7 46
8 37
9 26
10 15
11 2
" 44
o 5
o 47
I 29
2 II
2 53
3 36
4 24
5 20
6 22
7 29
8 37
9 43
10 44
11 38


9 55
10 43
II 32

o 45
1 32
2 22
3 13
4 5
4 57
5 47
6 37
7 23
8 6
8 50
9 34
10 14
10 54
11 36

o 46
I 38
2 36
3 40
4 47
5 57
7 o
7 54


30 4
31 MON.


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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. N. YORK.
LAST QUARTER.... 7th ii 39 P.M IX 27 P.M.
NEW MOON ........ 16th 2 18 A.M. 2 6 A. M.
FIRST QUARTER... 23d 6 51 A.M. 6 39 A.M.
FULL MOON....... 3oth I 36 A.M. 1 24 A.-M.


BOSTON.


Day
of
Week.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.
JS
MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.
JS
MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.
JS
MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.


Sun S
Rises S
H N H
4 527
4 537
4 547
4 557
4 567
4 577
4 587
4 597
5 07
5 1 7
5 27
5 37
5 47
5 57
5 67
5 77
5 86
5 96
5 11 6
5 126
5 136
5 146
5 156
5 i66
5 176
5 i86
5 196
5 20 6
5 21 6
5 226
5 23-6


36 7 48 0 3 0 24


NEW YORK.


NEW Y -


un
ets.
M
St
20
i9
17
16
I5
14
12
II
I0
8
7
6
4
3
1
0
58
57
55
54
52
5I
49
48
46
44
43
41
40


**R? esesel


Moon
X1I01n
R.&S.
H MA
RISES
8 53
9 21
9 47
10 II
10 35
11 1
It I
II 29
MORN
0 0
o 36
1 19
2 9
3 5
4 5
SETS
8 9
8 34
9 o
9 27
9 55
10 28
ii1 6
I1i 51
MORN
0 47
i 52
3 2
4 15


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H M H t
S02
0 26 0 50
i 13 I 35
I 57 2 18
2 40 2 59
3 20 3 41
4 4 4 27
4 51 5 15
5 41 6 9
6 37 7 6
7 34 8 2
8 30 8 57
9 24 9 50
10 15 10 39
11 2 11 24
II 45 .".
o 4 0 23
o 43 1 4
I 25 I 46
2 6 2 27
2 48 3 I
3 34 4 0
4 28 4 58
5 29 6 3
6 40 7 6
7 53 8 28
9 I 933
10 31031
io 58 ii 21
TI T 4 Jo


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H MA H MA
--g47 -9 t2
9 36 9 58
10 2010 40
11 0I1 21
II 43 .....
o 5 0 27
o 50 I 14
I 37 2 I
2 27 2 55
3 23 3 51
4 19 4 46
5 14 5 42
6 9 6 36
7 I 7 24
7 46 8 6
8 27 8 49
9 9 9 29
9 5010 iI
10 3010io 49
II 10 II 31
iI 55 .....
o 20 o 47
115 144
2 15 2 49
3 26 4 2
4 38 5 12
5 46 6 I8
6 49 7 i6
7 41 8 4
8 24 8 47
9 o10 9 31















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. N. YORK.
LAST QUARTER ... 6th 5 26 P. M. 5 14 P.M.
NEW MOON........ x4tb 2 25 P. M. 2 13 P. M.
FIRST QUARTER.... 21St 0 28 P.M. T o 6 P. M.
FULL MOON....... I 28th 1 o P. 0. o 48 p. M.


Sun
Rises
H M1
5 24
5 25
5 26
5 27
5 28
5 29
5 30


Sun
Sets.
H M
5 34
6 33
5 3I
5 29
5 28
5 26
5 24


BOSTON.


M oon
R.& S.
H SI


8 36
9 i
9 28
9 58
o10 32
11 12


5 326 23 IS 59
5 336 21 MORN


Day
0 of
SWeek.
i FRID.
2 SAT.
3 Z
4MON.
5 TUES.
6 WED.
7 THUR.
8 FRID.
9 SAT.
10 J%
II MON.
12 TUES.
13 WED.
14 THUR.
15 FRID.
16 SAT.
17 S
i8 MON.
19 TUES.
20 WED.
21 THUR.
22 FRID.
23 SAT.
24 % *
25 MON.
26 TUES.
27 WED.
28 THUR.
29 FRID.
30 SAT.
..I .


6 ic
6 i7
6 i6
6 14
6 12
6 ic
6 9
6 7
6 5
6 3
6 2
6 c
5 58
5 56
5 54
5 52
5 51
5 49
5 47
5 45
5 44


0 52
I 51
2 55
4 i
SETS
7 3
7 30
.7 58
8 29
9 5
9 48
10 40
11 41
MORN
o 48
i 59
3 II
4 20 I
RISES I
6 37 1
7 2


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H M H At
0 45 1 5
- -4S -i ...5g

1 24 1 43
2 3 2 24
243 3 3
3 24 3 46
4 10 4 35
5 I 529
5 58 6 29
6 59 7 30
7 59 8 28
8 55 9 21
9 4610 1io i
TO 35 10 58
II i8 II 37
II 57 -.--
o 17 0 38
o 59 I 20
1 41 2 4
2 27 2 52
3 17 3 45
4 14 4 46
5 20 5 56
6 33 7 9
7 45 8 19
8 50 9 19
9 4510 10
o 34 10o 56
i 17 i 37
1 55 ... *
o 14 0 32


NEW YORK.


High Tide.
Alorning. Evening.
H M H M
9 51 TO 10
10 27 io 46
1 6 11 27
II 48 .- .
O 10 0 `
oio o032
o 56 1 22
I 48 215


2 44
3 45
4 44
5 40
6 33
7 20
8 o
8 41
9 24
i0 5
O10 47
II 34
0 2
1 I
2 6
3 19
4 30
5 35
6 31
7 19
7 59
8 39
9 .9


3 I5
4 15
5 12
6 7
6 57
7 41
8 19
9 3
9 45
10 26
ii 9

o31
1 33
2 41
3 55
5 3
6 4
6 56
7 40
8 19
8 59
9 37


5 34
5 35
5 36
5 37
5 38
5 39
5 40
5 41
5 42
5 43
544
5 45
5 47
5 48
5 49
5 50
5 5I
5 52
5 53
5 54
5 55


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MOON'S PHASES.I BOSTON. N. YORK.
LAST QUARTER.... 6th o 47 P M. o 35 P. M.
NEWv MOON ......... 14th i 35 A.M. i 23 A.M.
FIRST QUARTER... 2oth 7 o P. TM. 6 58 P. M.
FULL MOON....... t 2Sth~3 30 A.M. 3 18 A.M.


B__ ST N.


2

:4

10

I 2
* '3
1 4
15
i6
* 7
8
9


12
1 3
1 4
15
16
1 7
1 8
19
20


NEW YORK.


Day
of
Week.


MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TU ES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.


BOSTON.


Sun Sun
Rises Sets.
H MNH ki
5 56 5 42
5 57 5 40
5 585 38
6 05 37
|6 1 5 35
6 25 34
6 35 32
|6 4.5 30
' 6 5 5 28
6 65 27
6 7 5 25
6 9524
6 10 5 22
6 11 5 20
6 12 5 i8
6 135 17
6 i55 15
6 i6 5 14
6 17 5 12
6 185 Ii
6205 9
6 21 5 8
6225 6
6235 5
6245 3
6255 2
6265 0
6 284 59
6 294 58
6 304 57
6 3214 55


Moon High Tide.
R.& S. Morning. Evening.
H M H Mt H Mt
7 28 0 51 I 9
7 56 I 29 1 49
8 29 2 9 2 30
9 7 2 51 3 13
9 513 3364 I
10 40 4 27 4 54
11 36 5 23 5 54
MORN 6 24 6 55
o 38 7 24 7 53
1 43 8 21 8 49
2 50 9 15 9 39
3 58 10 3 iO 26
5 8 10 4811 9
SETS II 3011 50
628 ..... 0 12
7 2 o 34 o 58
7 44 1 22 1 47
8 35 2 13 2 40
9 34 3 7 3 36
1039 4 7 440
11 48 5 14 5 49
MORN 6 24 6 57
0 59 7 30 8 0
2 9 8 28 8 54
3 17 9 i8 9 41
4 23 10 4 10 25
5 28 10o 46 11 5
RISES Ii 2411 443
556 *. o 1
6 26 o 20 o 39
7 1 0 591 I 20


High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H M H St
9 55 10 14
I 10 33 o10 52
I i 12 1I 34
I1 58 .....
0 23 0 48
I 14 I 41
2 10 241
3 II 3 40
4 9 4 38
5 6 5 34
6 0 6 25
6 49 7 12
7 32 7 51
8 12 8 34
S8 57 9 21
944 10o 8
Io 31 10 55
SII 22 1I1 52
i... .....0 22

0 54 I 27
2 0 2 35
3 To 3 43
4 15 4 45
.5 12 5 39
6 4 6 28
6 50 7 I1i
7 30 7 48
S8 6 8 26
8 46 9 6
9 26 9 46
Io 6i1o 25
i


21 SAT.
22
23 MION.
24TUES.
25 WED.
26 THUR.
27 FRID.
28 SAT.
29 .s
30 MON.
311TUES.


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MOON'S PHASES. i BOSTON. N. YORK.
LAST QUARTER.... 5th 8 11 A. M., 7 59 A. M.
NEW MooN ........ i2th, o 25 P. 1. 0o 13 p. A.
FIRST QUARTER... 19th 4 3 A.M. 3 51 A. Al.
FULL MOON....... 26th 9 9 Ir M. 8 57 P. M.


Day
C, of
r Week.
I WED.
2 THUR
3 FRID.
4 SAT.
.5 -%
6 MON.
7 TUES.
8 WED.
9 THUR
10 FRID.
II SAT.
12 S
13 MON.
14 TUES.
15 WED.
16 THUR,
17 FRID.
18 SAT.
19 -S
20 MON.
21 TUES.
22 WED.
23 THUR.
24 FRID.
25 SAT.
26 Z
27 MON.
28 TUES.
29 WED.
30 THUR.


BOSTON.
Sun Sun Moon High Tide.
Rises Sets. R.& S. Morning. Evening.
H- MI H AM [M H M H M
6 334 54 7 43 I 41 2 2
6 344 5 8 31 2 24 2 46
6 354 51 9 25 3 9 3 33
6 364 50o0 23 3 58 4 24
6 384 49 11 25 4 51 5 19
6 404 48 MORN 5 48 6 17
6 414 47 o 30 6 46 7 14
6 424 45 i 37 7 42 8 .9
643 4 44 245 8 35 9 I
6 444 43 3 56 9 26 9 51
6 454 42 5 9 T16 10 40
6 464 41 SETS II 4 IT 28
6 484 40 5 36 ITi 52 .---
6 494 39 6 25 0 i6 o 42
6 504 39 7 22 I 9 1 36
6 524 38 8 27 2 4 2 32
6 534 37 9 38 3 I 3 30
6 54 4 3610 50 3 59 4 29
6 554 35 MORN 5 o 5 31
6 564 34 0 i 6 2 6 32
6 584 34 1 10 7 I 7 28
6 594 33 2 i6 7 54 8 20
7 04 33 3 19 8 45 9 8
7 14 32 422 9 29 9 51
7 34 31 5 25 10I 12 Io 34
7 443 6 28 io 55 11 15
7 54 31 RISES IT 3411 54
7 64 30 5 40 .. 0 14
7 74 30 6 25 o 34 o 55
7 84 29 7 17 i i6 i 38
.... .... I ..... ... .....


NEW YORK.
High Tide.
Adorning. Evening.
H M1 H Mi
10 45 11 6
11 29 I1 53
0..o19
0 45 I 11
1 38 2 5
2 34 3 3
3 31 3 59
4 26 4 53
5 20 5 46
6 12 6 37
7 I 7 25
7 47 8 io
8 35 9 2
9 28 9 55
10 21 10 47
11 15 ii 45
S15
0 46 I i6
1 46 2 17
2 48 3 17
3 46 4 13
4 39 5 5
5 30 5 53
6 15 6 37
6 58 7 i8
7 38 7 57
8 i6 8 37
9 0 9 21
9 41 TO 2
10 23 1O 44
.. 3. .


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MOON'S PHASES I BOSTON. I N. YORK.


LAST QUARTER.... 1
NEW MOON ........ I
FIRST QUARTER...
FULL MOON.......


Day
Sof
R Week.
i FRID.
2 SAT.
3 r*
4 MON.
5 TUES.
6 WED.
7 THUR
8 FRID.
9 SAT.
10




io..%
II MON.
12 TUES.
13 WED.
14 THUR,
15 FRID.
16 SAT.
17 S
18 MON.
19 TUES.
20 WED.
21 THUR.
22 FRID.
23 SAT.
24 4
25 MON.
26 TUES.
27 WED.
28 THUR.
29 FRID.
30 SAT.
31 .=


5th! 2 I A. .
Ilt I I 1 17 P. A.
iSth 3 57 P. M.
26th 4 51 P"


BOSTON.
Sun Sun Moon High Tide.
Rises Sets. R.& S. M ing. EeDng
H A H Ai H AI H M H A
7 94 29 8 14 2 0 2 2-
7 104 2S 9 14 2 45 3
7 114 28!10 i6 3 o 9 3 5,
7 134 28 11 20 4 17 4 42
7144 28 MORN 5 8 5 3(
7 154 28 0 25 6 3 6 3c
7164 28 I 32 6 58 7 2(
7 174 28 2 42 7 54 8 22
7 174 28 3 55 8 50 9 I7
7 184 28 5 12 9 4510 13
7 194 28 6 33 10 41 11 9
7 204 28 SETS I "36 ..
7 214 28 6 6 0 2 0 3C
7 224 28 7 19 0 58 I 26
7 224 29 8 33 I 54 2 21I
7 234 29 9 47 2 48 3 15
7 244 29o 58 3 4 4 7
7 254 29 MORN 4 33 5 0
7 254 30 o 6 5 27 5 54
7 264 30 I II 6 21 6 48
7 264 31 2 15 7 14 7 40
7 274 31 3 i8 8 30
7 274 32 4 21 8 54 9 8
7 274 32 5 229 4110 4
7284 33 6 2210 2710 49
7 284 34 RISES II 10 Ii 31
7 294 34 5 I II 52
7 294 35 7 0 13 0 34
7 294 36 7 6 o 55 i 16
7 294 36 8 7 I 37 1 59
7 304 37 9 II 2 20 2 40


NEW YORK-
High Tide.
Morning. Evening.
H M H M
ii 5 I1 28
II 51 .....
o0 15 0 40
I 4 1 29
I 55 2 22
2 49 3 16
3 43 4 II
438 5 6
5 34 6 3
6 31 6 59
7 26 7 52
8 19 8 47
9 15 9 44
10 ii o10 37
II 4 11 31
I1I 59 .. .
o 27 o 54
I 20 i 47
2 13 2 40
3 7 3 33
3 59 4 24
4 49 5, 14
5 39 6 3
6 27 6 50
7 13 7 33
7 52 8 13
8 36 8 59
9 21 9 42
10 2 10 22
10 42 II 2
11 22! 11 42















JANUARY.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Mloon.. 6d. 311. 33m. P.M.
Last Q'rter. 14d. ih. 6m. A.M.
New Moon. 2od. 61h. 42m. P.M.
First Q'rter. 2Sd. 71h. 2401. A.M.


6 Day of
g Week.

i1 s .
2 MON.
3 TUES.
4 WED.
5 THUR.
6 FRID.
7 SAT.
8 A
9 MON.
10 TUES.
II WED.
12 THUR.
13 FRID.
14 SAT.

16 MON.
17 TUES.
18 WED.
19 THUR.
20 FRID.
21 SAT.
22
23 MON.
24 TUES.
25 WED.
26 THUR.
27 FRID.
28 SAT.
,I














29 A
30 MON.
31 'TUES,


Sun
Rises

7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 28
7 28
7 28
7 28
7 27
7 27
7 26
7 26
7 26
7 25
7 25
7 24
7 24
7 23
7 22
7 22
7 21
7 20
7 19
7 I8
7 18
717
7 t6
7 15


Sun
Sets.

4 39
4 40
4 40
4 4'
4 42
4*43
444
4 45
4 46
4 47
4 48
4 49
4 51
4 52
4 53
4 54
4 55
4 57
4 58
4 59
5 0
5 1
5 3
5 4
5 5
5 6
5 7
5 9
5 10
5 It
512


Moon


2 30
3 29
o4 29
5 29
6 25
RISES
5 34
6 37
7 43
8 50
9 57
II 5
MORN
0 15
1 27
2 39
3 53
5 6
6 14
SETS
5 51
7 1
8 9
9 15
10 t8
it IS
MORN
0 19
1 i8
2 i8
3 17


FEBRUARY.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon.. 5d. 8h. inn. A.M.
Last Q'rter. i2d. 9h. lorn. A.M.
New Moon. 19d. 7h. 58m1. A.M.
First Q'rter. 27d 4h11. 48111. A.m.

6 Day of Sun Sun IMoon
Week. Rises Sets.R.&S.


WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.
Ss
MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.
WED.
THUR.
FRID.
SAT.

MON.
TUES.


7 14
7 12
7 iI
7 IO
7 9
7 8
7 6
7 5
7 4
7 3
7 2
7 0
6 59
6 58
6 57
6 55
6 54
6 52
6 51
6 49
6 48
6 46
6 45
6 43
6 42
6 '4c
6 39
6 37


5 14
5 15
517
5 I8
5 19
5 21
5 22
5 24
5 25
5 26
5 27
5 29
5 30
5 31
5 32
5 34
5 35
5 37
5 38
5 39
5 4C
5 42
5 43
544
5 45
5 46
5 48
5 49


4 15
5 11
6 3
6 44
RISES
6 39
7 46
8 56
o10 6
II 17'
MORN
0 28
1 41
2 53
4 i
5 2
5 55
6 38
SETS
6 56
8 i
9 4
io 6
11 6
MORN
So6
1 6
2 3


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MARCH. APRIL.


MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon. 6d. 9h. 49m. P.M.
Last Q'rter. 13d. 4h. 29m. P.M.
New Moon.2od. boh. iotn. P.M.
FirstQ'rter.29d. ol. 54m. A.M.
6 Day of Sun Sun Moon
_J^ Week._ Rises Sets. R.&S.
SWED. 16 36 5 50 2 59
2THUR. 6 345 51 3 52
3FRID. 6 325 52 4 41
4SAT. 6 315 54 5 24
5 S 629555 6 1
6 MON. 6 27 5 56 RISES
7 TUES. 6 25 5 57 6 41
8WED. 6 245 58 7 52
9 THUR. 6 226 o 9 6
ioFRID. 6 216 1 10 19
11 SAT. 6 196 21 I 33
12 6 176 3 MORN
13 MON. 6 i66 4 0 46
4 TUES. 6 146 5 1 56
15 WED. 6'136 6 2 58
i6THUR. 6 iI6 7 3 51
17 FRID. 6 96 8 437
i8SAT. 6 76 9 5 15
19 6 66 11ii 546
20 MON. 6 46 12 SETS
21 TUES. 6 2613 650
22 WED. 6 o6 14 752
23 THUR. 5 586 15 8 54
24 FRID. 5 576 i6 9 55
25 SAT. 5 556 i Tio 55
26 S 5 n 6 18 I 53
27MON. 5 51 6 19 MORN
28 TUES. 5 50 6 20 0 50
29 WED. 5 486 22 I 44
3 THUR.5 476 23 2 33
31 FRID. 15 456 24 3 i8


MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon.. 5d. 8h. 33m. A.M.
Last Q'rter.12d. oh. i m. A.M.
New Moon. 19d. ih. 13m. P.M.
First Q'rter.27d. 5h11. 58m. P.m.

6 Day of Sun Sun Moon
. Week. Rises Sets. R.&S.
ISAT. 5 436 25 3 57
2 S 541 6 26 432
3 MON. 5 406 28 5 3
4 TUES. 5 386 29 5 33
5 WED. 5 36 6 30 RISES
6THUR. 5 346 31 8 I
7FRID. 5 33632 9 i7
8SAT. 5 31i6 33 o10 33
9 S 5 3o6 3411i 46
o10 MON. 5 286 35 MORN
I ITUES. 5 266 36 0 52
12 WED. 5 256 37 I 49
13 THUR. 5 236 38 2 37
14FRID. 5 226 39 3 I8
15 SAT. 5 206 40 3 51
16 -% 5 18641 4 20
17 MON. 5 176 42 4 45
iSTuES. 5 156 44 5 Io
19 WED. 5 146 45 SETS
2oTHUR. 5 126 46 7 45
21 FRID. 5 i 6 47 8 46
22SAT. 5 96 48 9 44
23 5 86 4910 42
24 MON. 5 66 5011 38
25 TUES. 5 56 51 MORN
26 WED. 5 46 52 0 29
27THUR. 5 26 53 1 15
28 FRID. 5 1 6 55 1 55
29SAT. 4 596 56 2 30
30 4 586 57 3 2









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SMAY.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon.. 4d. 5h11. Iorn. P.M.
Last Q'rter. iTid. 8h. 33m. A.M.
New Moon. i9d. 4h11. 55m. A.M.
First Q'rter. 27d. 711h. 1 2m. A.M.

C Day of Suit Sun Moon
: WVeek. Rises Sets. R.&S.
I MON. 4 576 58 3 32
2 TUES. 4 556 59 4 I
3 WED. 4 54.7 0 4 29
4 THUR. 4 52 7 I RISES
5 FRID. 4 51 7 2 8 11
6 SAT. .4 507 3 9 27
7 % 4 497 4 10 40
8 MON. 4 4717 5 11 44
9 TUES. 4 4617 6 NIORN
10 WED. 4 45 7 7 0 37
i ITHUR. 4 447 8 i 19
12 FRID. 4 43 7 9 I 55
13 SAT. 4 42 7 10 2 25
14 Z 4 41 7 11 2 51
15 MON. 4 407 12 3 15
I6TUES. 4 397 13 3 39
17 WED. 4 38 7 14 4 2
I8THUR.4 37 7 15 4 28
19 FRID. 4 36 7 I6 SETS
20 SAT. 4 357 17 8 36
21 434,7 i8 9 34
22 MON. 4 33 7 1910 26
23 TUES. 4 337 2011 13
24 WED. 4 32 7 21 11 54
25 THUR. 4 31 7 22 MORN
26 FRID. 4 307 23 0 30
27 SAT. 4 307 24 1 3
28 -% 4 29 7 24 1 32
29 MON. 4 297 25 2 0
30 TUES. 14 2817 26 2 27
31 WED. 4 28 7 2i 2 56
3I1WD. 4281 2712 5


JUNE.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full MAoon.. 3d. oh. 37m. A.M.
Last Q'rter. 9d. 6h. 47m. P.M.
New Moon. 17d. 811. 39m. p AT.
First Q'rter.25d. 4h. 54m. P.M.

Day of Sun Sun Moon
'Week. Rises Sets. R.& S.
I THUR. 4 277 28 3 28
2 FRID. 4 27 7 28 4 4
3 SAT. 4 26 7 29 RISES
7 4 39 27
4 4 267 30 927
5 MON. 4 267 31 10 27
6 TUES. 4 267 31 1 i6
7 WED. 4 257 32 I 56
8 THUR. 4 25 7 32 MiORN
9 FRID. 4 25 7 33 28
SSAT. 4 25 7 34 2 56
II 4 257 34 1 21
12 MON. 4247 35 I 45
13 TUES. 4 247 35 2 8
14 WED. 4 4 7 36 2 33
151THUR.4 24736 2 59
16 FRID. 4 4 7 36 329
/ SAT. 4 247 37 4 4
Is -% 4 247 37 SETS
I9kON. 4 247 37 9
20TUES. 4 247 37 9 54
21 WED. 4 25 7 3 10 32
22THUR. 4 25 7 38 i1 5
23 FRID. 4 267 3811 34
24 SAT. 4 26 7 38 MORN
25 Is 4 267 38 0 3
26 MON. 4 267 38 0 30
27 TUES. 4 27 7 39 0 57
28 WED. 4 27 7 39 24
29 THUR. 4 27 7 39 i 58I
3o FRID. 4 287 39 2 37
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JULY.

-MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon.. 2d. 71h. 46m. A.M.
Last Q'rter. 9dcl. 7h. 19m. A.M.
New Moon. T7d. 1lh. 37m. A M.
First Q'rter. 25d. oh. i m. AM.
Full Moon.. 31d. 3h. 26m. P.M.

SDay of Sun Sun Moon
SWeek. Rises Sets. R.& S.
I SAT. 4 287 39 3 24
2 4 297 38 RISES
3MON. 4 297 38 9 4
4TUES. 4 307 38 9 5
5 WED. 4 31 7 38 10 26
6THUR. 4 317 37 10 56
7 FRID. 4 327 37 II 23
8SAT. 4327 3611 48
9 4 337 36 MORN
10 MON. 4347 36 o 12
ii TUES. 4357 35 o 37
12 WED. 4 35 7 35 I 2
13 THUR. 4 367 34 I 31
14 FRID-. 4 37 7 34 2 4
15 SAT. 4 387 33 2 -43
16 S 4397 33 328
17 MION. 4397 32 SETS
18 TUES. 4 407 32 8 33
19 WED. 4 41 7 31 9 9
2o THUR. 4 427 30 9 40
21 FRID. 4 437 2910 8
22SAT. 4 447 2910 33
23 S 4 45 7 28. 1 58
24MON. 4 467 27 I1 25
25 TUES. 4 477 2611 56
26 WED. 4 487 25 MORN
27THUR. 4874 4 0 31
28 FRID. 4 49.7 23 1 13
29SAT. 4 507 22 2 4
30 451 7 21 5
31 MON. 4 527 20 4 13


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AUGUST.

MOON'S PHASES.
Last Q'rter. 7d. ioh. 33m. P.M.
New Moon. 6d. ih. i2m. A.M.
First Q'rter.23d. 5h. 45m. A-M.
Full Moon.. 3od. oh. 3o0m. A.M.

6 Day of Sun Sun Moon
Week. Rises Sets. R.&S.
TUES. 4 53 7 19 RISES
2 WED. 4 547 i8 8 54
3THUR. 4 557 17 9 23
4FRID. 4 567 i6 9 49
5 SAT. 4 577 15 10 13
6 4 587 1310 37
71MON. 4 597 12,11 4
8 TUES. 5 07 II II 32
9 WED. 5 17 10 MORN
IoTHUR.5 27 8 o 3
11 FRID. 5 37 7 0 39
12 SAT. 5 47 5 1 22
13 % 5 57 4 2 12
14 MON. 5 67 3 3 8
15TUES. 5 77 I 4 8
16 WED. 5 97 0 SETS
I THUR. 5 io6 58 8 io
i8FRID. 5 11 6 57 8 36
19SAT. 5 126 55 9 2
20 .S 5 136 54 9 29
21 MON. 5 146 52 9 58
22TUES. 5 156 51 10 31
23 WED. 5 166 '49 11 9
24 THUR. 5 176 47 11 54
125 FRID. 5 i86 46MORN
26SAT. 5 19 6 44 0 50
27 5 5206 43 1 55
28MON. 5 21 6 41 3 5
29 TUES. 5 226 39 4 i8
30 WED. 5 23 6 38 RISES
31 THUR. 5 246 36 7 50








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SEPT E MBER.

MOON'S PHASES.
Last Q'rter. 6d. 411. 2o0M. P.M.
New Moon.. 14d. z4d i9mn. P.m.
First Q'rter. 2d. 111h. 22111. A.M.
Full Moon.2Sd. Ilh. 54111. A.M.

6 Day of Siunll Sun Moon
Week. Rises Sets. R.& S.
I FRID. 5 256 35 8 14
2 SAT. 5 266 33 838
3 % 5 276 319 4
4 MON. 5 286 30 931
5TUES. 5 296 2810 ii
6WED. 5 3 627 IO 35
7 THUR. 5 31 6 25 I 15
8 FRID. 5 326 23 M'ORN
9 SAT. 5 33621 0 2
10 A 5 35 6 20 o 55
11 MOIN. 5 366 18 I 54
12 TUES. 5 37 6 6 2 58
13 WVED. 5 386 14 4 4
14 TIHUR. 5 396 12 SETS
I5 FRID. 5 46 II 7 5
16 SAT. 5 416 9 7 32
17 -% 5 426 7 8 I
ISMoN. 5 436 5 8 32
19 TUES. 5 446 3 9 8
20 WED. 5 456 2 9 51
21 THUR. 5 466 010 43
22 FRID. 5 475 58 I 44
23 SAT. 5 48 56 MORN
24 A 5 495 55 o 51
25 MON. 5 505 53 2 2
26TUES. 5 51 5 52 3 14
27 WED. 5 525 50 4 22
28 THUR. 5 53 5 48 RISES
29FRID. 5 545 4 6 39
30 SAT. 5 565 45 7 4
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MOON'S PHASES.
Last Q'rter.6d. ihi. 41111m.A.M.
New Moon. 14d. oh. 29m1. A.M.
First Q'rter.2od. 6h. 4m. P.M.
Full Moon.. .28d. 2h. 24111. A.M.

6 Day of Sun Sun Moon
N Week. Rises Sets. R.&S.

i .. 5 57:5 43 7 31
2 MON. 5 585 4f 7 59
3TUES. 5 595 39 832
4WED. 6 05 38 9 Io
5THUR. 6 1 5 36 9 54
6 FRID. 6 25 35 10 43
7SAT. 6 35 33 11 39
8 % 6 45 31 MORN
9MoN. 6 5 5 29 0 41
Io TUES. 6 7 5 28 I 46
II WED. 6 85 26 2 53
I2 THUR. 6 95 24 4 o
13FRID. 6 105 22 5 10
14 SAT. 6 115 21 SETS
15" % 6 135 i9 6 31
16 MON. 6 145 18 7 5
17 TUES. 6 15 5 16 7 47
18 WED. 6 165 15 8 38
i9 THUR. 6 175 13 9 37
20 FRID. 6 18 5 12 IO 42
2I SAT. 6 195 IOll 5
22 % 6 205 9MORN
23 MON. 6 215 7 I 2
24 TUES. 6 235 6 2 12
25 WED. 6 245 4 3 19
26 THUR. 6 265 3 4 25
27FRID. 6 275 I 5 3
28 SAT. 6 28 5 0 RISES
29 S 6 294 59 5 59
30 MON. 6 314 57 6 29
31 TUES. 6 324 56 7 4












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NOVEMBER.

MOON'S PHASES.
Last Q'rter. 5d. 711. 5111. A.M.
New Moon. 12d. i ih. i9i. A.M.
First Q'rter. 19d. 2h. 57m. A.M.
Full Moon. .26d. 811. 3m. P.M.


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Week.
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MOON'S PHASES.
Last Q'rter. 5d. oh. 55m. A.M.
Nesw MAoon. iid. ioh. rnm. P m.M
First Q'rter. i8d. 2h. 5im. P.M.
Full Moon. 26d. 311. 4505 P.M.

6 Day of Sun Sun Moon
SWeek. RisesI Sets. R.&S.
SFRID. 7 94 29 8 17
2SAT. 7 I04 29 9 17
3 % 7 114 2910 19
4MON. 7 124 28 11 23
5 TUES. 7 13 4 28 MORN
6WED. 7 144 28 0 27
7THUR. 7 154 28. 1 34
8FRID. 7 164 28 2 44
9SAT. 7 174 28 3 56
10 A 7 184 28 5 13
I MON. 7 194 28 6 34
12 TUES. 7 204 28 SETS
13 WED. 7 214 28 6 9
14 THUR. 7 214 29 7 22
15 FRID. 7 224 29 8 36
16 SAT. 7 234 29 9 5
17 -% 7 244 2911 I
18 MON. 7 244 3 MORN
I9 TUES. 7 254 3 o 8
20 WVED. 7 254 31 I 13
2I THUR. 7 264 31 2 17
22 FRID. 7 264 32 3 19
23 SAT. 7 274 32 4 22
24 A 7 274 33 5 23
25MON. 7 284 33 6 23
26 TUES. 7 284 34 RISES
27 WED. 7 284 35 5 14
28 THUR. 7 284 35 6 io
29 FRID. 7 294 36 7 9
30oISAT. 7 29436 8 io
31 7 294 37 9 14


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6 344 54 S 34
6 354 52 9 28
6 374 51 o10 26
6 384 4911 28
6 394 48 MORN
6 404 47 0 33
6 41446 1 39
643 4 45 247
6 444 44 3 58
6 454 43 5 I1
6 464 42 SETS
6 484 41 5 39
6 494 40 6 28
6 514 39 7 25
6 52 4 38 8 30
6 534 37 9 41
6 544 36 10o 56
6 564 36 MORN
6 574 35 o 4
6 584 34 i 12
6 594 33 2 i8
7 04 33 3 21
7 1 4 32 4 24
7 24 32 5 26
7 34 31 6 29
7 44 31 RISES
7 54 30 5 43
7 74 3 6 28
7 84 29 7 20










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