Otis Keene Diary, 1873

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Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1873
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Bookkeepers -- Diaries   ( lcsh )
Legislators -- Diaries -- Florida -- Jacksonville   ( lcsh )
History -- Personal narratives -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865   ( lcsh )
History -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
History -- Washington (D.C.) -- 19th century   ( lcsh )
Duval -- 12031   ( ceeus )
Civil War in Florida, 1861-1865   ( fhp )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913   ( fhp )

Notes

Summary:
Diary, correspondence. These diaries (1863-1894, 1903-1910) contain Keene's often terse entries about his daily routines from 1863, when he resided in Washington, D.C., through his years as a citizen of Jacksonville, Florida. They include his reaction to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Unfortunately, the diaries do not cover the crucial Florida years of 1898 (Spanish-American War) and 1901 (Great Jacksonville Fire) but remain important as a local chronicle.
Restriction:
Transcription available for general use.
Biographical:
Bookkeeper, Legislator.
Biographical:
Otis Little Keene was born on May 23, 1830, Lincoln County, Maine. He came to Jacksonville, Florida, in 1855 to manage the Judson House hotel. He resided there until April 10, 1862, when Confederate forces evacuated and burned the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Keene and hundreds of others left Jacksonville on United States transports bound for New York. He worked as a clerk in the Treasury Department until 1866 when he returned to Jacksonville. He was customs inspector at the Jacksonville Customs House until 1869 when he became a clerk in the St. James Hotel, 1870-1872. From 1873-74, Keene was President of the Jacksonville City Council and a county commissioner from 1875-81. He was also a member of the Jacksonville Board of Trade and a freemason. Keene's first wife, A. H. Dunham, died in February 1873, and on September 5, 1878, he married H. L. Ashton, of London, England. They had no children. Keene was in the milliner and dry goods business until 1902.
General Note:
Diaries of Otis Keene; Special and Area Studies Collections Department, University of Florida Libraries, Gainesville, Florida; There is a good annotated transcript of the diaries, compiled and abridged by Richard A. Martin, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002778355
oclc - 49963462
notis - ANQ6470
System ID:
UF00076636:00011

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
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    Title Page and Front Matter
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    January 1873
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    February 1873
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    March 1873
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    April 1873
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    May 1873
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    June 1873
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    July 1873
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    August 1873
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    September 1873
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    October 1873
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    November 1873
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    December 1873
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    Back Matter and Notes
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    Back Cover
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Calendar, Almanac, Stamp Duties, Rates of Postage, Principal
Cities, their distances from New York, with difference in time and
population; Presidents of the United States, a Blank Space forever
day in the year, Memoranda, Cash Account for each Month, Annual
Summary of Cash Account, Bills Payable and Receivable.


elidpses for I8 .
There will be four Eclipses this year.
I. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, May 12th, more or less visible
west of Boston, the moon setting with the eclipse upon it, except at
San Francisco. At New York, it begins at 4h. 34m. in the morning,
and the Moon sets at 4h. 52m. The total phase may be seen at, and
west of Chicago.
]I. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, May 26th, invisible except in
Maine, and ] art of New Hampshire and Vermont.
III. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, November 4th, not visible in
the Atlantic States.
IV. A Partial Eclipse cf the Sun, November 19th, invisible.

JMforn-pig jtEas.
VENUS, after May. MARS, until Jan. 17. JUPITER, after Sept.
4. SATURN, from Jan. 13 to April 22.

Everimg Ptars.
VENUs, until May 5. MARs, after Jan. 17. JUPITER, until
Sept. 4. SATURN, until Jan. 13, and after April 22.

Plkyets Brilqs est.
MERCURY-Jan. 8, May 6 and Sept. 2 ; also March 15, July 13, and
Nov. 7, rising before the Sun at the 1st three dates, and setting after
it at the latter three d:ites. VENUS, March 29 and June 10. MARS,
April 7 ; JUPITER, Feb. 14; SATURN, July 21.


CHURCH DAYS.
Septuagesima Sunday ......Feb. 9 EASTER SUNDAY .....April 13
Sexagesima Sunday....... Feb. 16 Low Sunday.........April 20
Quinquagesima Sunday.....Feb. 23 Rogation Sunday......May 18
Ash Wednesday........... Feb. 26 Ascension Day........May 22
Quadragesima Sunday.... March 2 Whit Sunday.........June 1
Mid Lent Sunday .....1. March 23 Trinity Sunday.......June 8
J Palm Sunday..............April 6 Corpus Christi........June 12
Good Friday ............ April 11 Advent Sunday ......Nov. 30
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SD MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Sets. Sets
1 We. Proclam'n Emancipation, 1863 7 25 4 43 7 42
2 Th. King Spain enters Madrid,'7..7 25 4 44 8 59
3 Fr. (5) Cataline killed, 62 B. c. 7 25 4 45 10 14
4 Sa. Bat. Stone River, 1863. 7 25 4 4611 25
5 1 E First quarter, 4h. 3im. even. 7 25 4 47 morn
6 Mo. Epi hany. 7 25 4 48 33
7Tu. (6) Jas. F isk, Jr., shot, 872. 7 5 4 49 1 41
8 'We. Battle New Orleans, 185. 7 24 4 50 2 45
9 Th. (12) Paris bombarded, 1871. 7 244 51 3 51
10 Fr. (3) The Lexington burhtt, 8407 244 4 53
11 Sa. (12) Moon highest. 7 244 53 555
12 2 ist Sunday after Epiphany. 7 234 54 rises
131Mo. Full moon, ith. 27m. morn. 7 2 4 55 4 59
14 Tu. (I5) Everett died, 1865. 7 23 4 56 5 51
15 We. Moon apogee. 7 224 57 6 51
16 Th. Gibbon died, 1794. 7 22 4 59 7 51
17 Fr. (i8) Daniel Webster born, 2782 7 215 0 8 49
18 Sa. (r9) William Emperor, 1871. 7 21 5 1 9 48
19 3 2dSunday after Epiphany. 7 21 5 210 48
20 Mo. (9) Georgia seceded, 1861. 7 20 5 311 49
21 Tu. Last quarter, 4h. 35m. even. 7 19 5 4 morn
22 We. (27) Burr's conspiracy, 1807. 7 195 5 54
23 Th. (27) Paris capitulates, 1871. 7 18 5 7 2 0
24 Fr. (28) W. H. Prescott died, 1859. 7 175 8 3 12
25 Sa. (30) Kansas admitted, 1861. 7 175 9 4 14
26 4 3d Sunday after Epiphany. 7 165 10 5 85
27 Mo. (26) Moon lowest. 7 355 11 6 39
28 Tu. ONew moon, oh. 3im. even. 7 145 13 sets
S29 We. (28) Moon perigee, 7 18 5 14 6 83
80 T. First life boat built, 1790. 7 1215 15 7 52
31 Fr. (25) Burns born, 1789. 7 12 5 16 9 8
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M W MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Sets Sets.
1 Sa. Charleston captured, 1865. 11 5 1810 16
2 5 4th Sunday after Epiphany. 7 10 5 19 11 29
3 Mo. (2) Lorenzo Dow died, 834. 7 95 20 morn
4 Tu. First quarter, 5h. iom. morn. 7 7 5 21 87
5 We. Cato killed, 46 B. c. 7 65 22 1 44
6 Th. Battle Fort Henry, 1862. 7 515 23 2 47
7 Fr. Battle Roanoke, N. C. i862. 7 4 5 25 8 49
8 Sa. Moon highest. 7 3526 4 4S
9 6 Septuagesima Sunday. 7 2 5 27 5 37
10 Mo. (9) Southern Confederacy,i86 7 1 5 28 6 20
11 Tu. Moon apogee. 0 5 0 rises
12 We. Full moon, 6h. 37m. morn. 6 58 5 31 5 44
13 Th. ist Total Abstinence Soc. 1826. 6 57 5 32 6 43
14 Fr. St. Valentine's Day. 6 565 34 7 42
15 Sa. Galileo born, 1564. 6 5 5 535 8 41
16 7 Sexagesima Sunday. 6 53 5 86 9 42
17 Mo. (16) Fort Donelson taken, 1862. 6 52 5 37 10 42
18 Tu. Luther died, 1546. 6 51 5 3911 48
19 We. (17) Columbia, S. C., taken,'65. 6 49 5 40 morn
20 Th. a Last quarter, 6h. 27m. morn. 6 485 41 57
21 Fr. Battle Valverde, Mexico, 1862. 6 46 5 43 2 0
22 Sa. Moon lowest. 6 45 5 44 3 15
23 8 Quinquagesima Sunday. 6 44 5 45 4 23
24 Mo. Nashville, Tenn., taken, 1862. 6 42 5 46 5 17
25 Tu. (26) Ash Wednesday. 6 41 5 48 6 5
26 We. ONew moon, ioh. 26m. even. 6 39 5 49 sets
27 Th. (26) Moon perigee. 6 38 5 50 6 40
28 Fr. Great Plague in London, 1665. 6 375 51 7 55

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IM w MISCELLANEOUS. Ri es Se Sets.
1 Sa. Battle of Aldenhoven, 1793. 6 35 5 53 9 8
2 9 Quadrag'a Sund. (istin Lent.l6 34 5 53 10 20
3 Mo. John I esley died, 1791. 6 32 5 54 11 29
4 Tu. Boston Massacre, 1770. 6 305 55 morn
5 We. e First quarter, 8h. 29m. even. 6 29 5 56 3S
6 Th. Battle Pea Ridge, Ark. 1862. 6 27 5 57 1 41
7 Fr. IMoon highest. 6 25 5 58 2 48
S8 Sa. William II ofEngland, d. 702;6 245 59 3 3T
910 !2d Sunday in Lent. 6 226 0 4 20
10 Mo. Benjamin West died, 1820. 6 20 6 1 5 0
11 Tu. IMoon apogee. 6 196 2 5 33
12 We. Battle Paris, Tenn. 1862. 6 17 6 3 6 0
13 Th. Uranus discovered, 1781. 6 16 6 4 rises
14 Fr. Full moon, oh. 48m. morn. 6146 5 6 35
15 Sa. Caesar killed, 44 B. c. 6 12 6 7 7 36
16 11 3d Sunday in Lent. 6 116 8 838
17 Mo. lEmancipation in Russia, i861. 6 96 9 9 41
18 Tu. 'Stamp Act repealed, 1776. 6 7 6 10 10 48
19 We. st Lunar Eclipse recorded, 6 6 6 11 11 5
20 Th. Newton died, 1727. [720 c. 6 4 6 12 morn
21 Fr. Last quarter, 5h. 24m. even. 6 2 6 13 1 5
22 Sa. Moon lowest. 6 1 6 14 2 12
2.3 12 Mid-Lent Sunday. 5 59 6 15 3 8
24 Mo. Queen Elizabeth died, 1603. 5 58 6 16 3 58
25 Tu. Hudson River discov. 1609. 5 56 6 17 4 38
26 We. Moon perigee. 5 54 6 18 5 13
27 Th. War against Russia, 1854. 5 52 6 19 sets
28 Fr. New moon, 7h. 58m. morn. i5 51 6 20 6 42
29 Sa. Swedenborg died, 1772. 5 496 21 7 55
30 13 sth Sunday in Lent. 5 47 6 22 9
31 Mo. J. C. Calhoun died, i850. 5 46 6 23:10 19
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M% V MISCELLANEOUS. Rises S ets Rises.
1 Tu. Battle Five Forks, I865. 5 44 6 24 11 28
2 We. Cobden died, 1865. 5 42 6 26 morn
3 Th. Moon highest. 5 41 6 27 31
4 Fr. sFirst quarter, ih. 4om. even.,5 39 6 28 1 32
5 Sa. Plato died, 347 3. C. 5 3T 6 29 2 17
6 14 Palm Sunday. 5 36 6 31 3 0
7 1o. Moon apogee. 5 34 6 82 3 35
8 Tu. (9) Lord Bacon died, 1626. 5 38 6 33 4 4
9 We. Gen. Lee surrendered, 1865. 5 31 6 84 4 28
10 Th. Maximillian crowned, 1864. 5 30 6 35 4 53
11 Fr. Good Friday. 5 28 6 36 rises
12 Sa 0 Full moon, 4h. 55m. even. 5 26 6 37 6 28
13 15 EASTER SUNDAY. 5 25 6 38 7 82
14 Mo. Lincoln shot, 1865. 5 23 6 39 8 39
15 Tu. Battle South Mills, N. C. 1862. 5 22 6 40 9 48
16 We.'Shakespeare born, 1564. 5 20 6 41 10 57
17 Th. Battle Lee's Mills, Va. 1862. 5 19 6 42 morn
18 Fr. Moon lowest. 5 17 6 43 6
19 Sa. Battle Lexington, 1775. 5 16 6 44 1 6
20 16 OLast quarter, oh. 52m. morn. 5 14 6 45 1 55
21 Mo. Rome founded, 753, B. c. 5 13 6 46 2 36
22 Tu. Battle near Strasburg, 1863. 5 11 6 47 3 13
23 We. Moon perigee. 5 10 6 48 3 43
24 Th. Printing invented, 1414. 5 8 6 49 4 10
25 Fr. Fort Macon taken, i861. 5 7 6 50 4 36
26 Sa. New moon, 5h. 46m. even. 5 66 51 sets
27 17 2d Sunday after Easter. 5 46 52 8 6
28 Mo. Battle Fredericksburg, 1863.' 5 3i6 531 9 7
29 Tu. Battle Grand Gulf, 1863. 5 2,6 54'10 15
30 We. Washington inaugurated, T789 5 0 6 5511 19
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S MISCELLANEOUS. Rses Sets. Ses.

1 Th. Moon highest. 4 5916 56 morn
2 Fr. Riots in Memphis, 2866. 4 5S,6 5T 13
3 Sa. Battle Chancellorsville, 1863. 4 56 6 58 56
4 1 8 c First quarter, 7h. 37m. morn. 4 5516 59 1 8.3
5 Mo. Moon apogee. 4 54j7 0 2 *6
6Tu. Bat. Wilderness, V. 1864. 4 53 1 2 82
7 We. Joshua R. Giddings died, 1864. 4 52 T 7 2 56
8 Th. Battle Palo Alto, 1846. 4 51 7 3 3 19
9 Fr. Schiller died, 1805. 4 49 7 4 8 9
10 Sa. Pacific Railroad opened, 1869. 4 4817 5 4 1
11 19 4th Sunday after Easter. 4 47 7 6 4 25
12'Mo. Full ioon, 6h. 2211. morn. 4 46T 7 4 52
13 Tu. Jamestown settled, 1607. 4 45 7 8 rises
14 We. First Trial by Jury, 970. 4 447 9 9 57
15 Th. Moon lowest. 4 438 10 11 2
16 Fr. Mrs. Hemans died, 1835. 4 4217 11 11 53
17 Sa. John Jay died, 1829. 4 41 T 12 morn
18S~20 Rogation Sunday. 4407 13 39
S19 Mo. DLast quarter, 6h. 4m. morn. 4 39 7 14 1 15
20 Tu. (r9) Moon perigee. 4 39 T 15 1 45
21;We. Battle of Essling, 1809. 4 38 7 16 2 18
221Th. Holy Thursday. 47 7 17 2 88
23 Fr. (22) First Steamship, 1819. 4 86 7 18 8 4
24 Sa. Copernicus died, 1543. 4367 19 3 81
25 21 6th Sunday after Easter. 4 85 7 20 sets
26 Mo. ONew moon, 4h. 24m. morn. 4 84 7 20 7 56
27 Tu. John Calvin died, 1564. 4 34 7 21 9 3
28 We. Moon highest. 4 33 T 2210 2
29 Th. Gen. Scott died, 1866. 4 32 7 2310 49
30 Fr. Alexander Pope died, x744. 4 32 7 23 11 31
31 Sa. Stony Point evacuated, 1779. 4 81 7 24 morn
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M xW MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Sets Sets.
1 22 lWhit Sunday. 4 31 7 24 5
2 Mo. Moon apogee. 4 80 T 25 34
8 Tu. @ First quarter, ih. 23m. morn. 4 30 T 26 1 0
4 We. Peace, U. S. and Tripoli, 1805. 4 30 7 26: 1 22
5 Th. First Balloon raised, 1783. 4 29 7 1 42
6 Fr. Gen. Gaines died, 1849 4 29,7 28 2 3
7 Sa. Mahomet died, 622. 4 29 7 28 2 25
8 23 Trinity Sunday. 4 29 T 29 2 52
9 Mo. Bat Port Republic, Va. 1862. 4 28 7 30 rises
10 Tu. Full moon, 5h. 5m. even. 4 28 7 30 7 40
11 We. Moon lowest. 4 28 7 31 8 51
12 Th. Corpus Christi. 4 2S 7 31 9 48
13 Fr. Constitutional Amend'nt, 1866 4 28 7 32 10 3T
14 Sa. Moon perigee. 4 28 7 32 11 16
15 24 ist Sunday after Trinity. 4 2s 7 3311 49
16 Mo. Great Eclipse of Sun, 1806. 4 28 7 33 morn
17 Tu. @(Last quarter, Ioh. 36m.rmorn. 4 28 7 33 18
18 We. Battle of Waterloo, 1815. 4 28 7 33 42
19 Th. The Alabama sunk, 1864. 4 28 7 34 1 8
20 Fr. Victoria crowned, 2837. 4 28 7 34 1 33
21 Sa. James Madison died, 1836. 4 28 7 34 2 2
22 25 2d Sunday after Trinity. 4 28 7 384 2 35
23 Mo. (24) Moon highest. 4 28 7 34 3 15
24 Tun. New moon, 4h. I6m. even. 4 28 35 sets
25 We. George IV died, 1830. 4 287 35 8 45
26 Tb. Battle Mechanicsville, 186I. 4 30 7 35 9 27
27 Fr. Cholera in New York, 1832. 4 30 7 35 10 4
8 Sa. (29) Henry Clay died, 1852. 4 31 7 3510 35
29 26 3d Sunday after Trinity. 4 31 7 35 11 1
SMo. (29) Moon apogee. 4 31 7 3511 24
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M \ MISCELLANEOUS.
1 Tu. Battle of Malvern Hill, 1862.
2 We. First quarter, 6h. 14m. even.
3 Th. Battle of Gettysburg, 1863.
4 Fr. Capture of Vicksburg, 1863.
5 Sa. Battle of Chippewa, 1814.
6 27 4th Sunday after Trinity.
7 Mo. Parry, navigator, died, 1855.
8 Tu. Burke died, 1797.
9 We. Moon lowest.
10 Th. Full moon, ih. 38m. morn.
11 Fr. J. Quincy Adams born, 1767.
12 Sa. Moon perigee.
13 28 5th Sunday after Trinity.
14 Mo. ('5) Bonaparte taken, i815.
15 Tu. France decl. war agt. Prus.'7o
16 We. Last quarter, 4h. 2m. ev.
17 Th. Bishop White died, 1836.
18 Fr. Prussians oc. Saarbruck, 1870.
19 Sa. (20) Rebel Congress met, 1861.
20 29 6th Sunday after Trinity.
21 Mo. I First Bull Run battle, 186z.
22 Tu. Moon highest.
28 We. Gibraltar taken, 1704.
24 Th. 'New moon, 5h. 38m. morn.
25 Fr. Battle Lundy's Lane. 1814.
26 Sa. (27) Atlantic Cable laid, 1866.
27 30 7th Sunday after Trinity.
28 Mo. (27) Moon apogee.
29 Tu. French Revolution, 1830.
830 We. Nap. III takes command, 1870.
31 Th. (30) Massacre N. Orleans, 1866
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4 32,7 35 11 46
4 32 7 85 morn
4 38 3,74 7
4 37 84 28
434 7 4 51
4 57 388 118
4 3517 33 1 53
4 867 33 2 36
4 3787 32 rises
4 377 32 8 2P
438731 9 13
4 39,T 31 9 49
4 39 T 30 10 20
4 40 7 30 10 46
441 7 2911 11
4427 2911 38
443 728 morn
4 431 27 5
4 447 26 37
4 45,7 26 1 13
4 467 25 1 55
4 47T 24 2 42
448 723 3 39
4 48 22 sets
4 497 22 8 35
4 507 21 9 3
4 517 20 9 28
4 52 7 19 9 49
4 53 T 18 10 9
4 54 7 18 10 30
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1 Fr. First quarter, gh. 33m. morn 4 56, 16 11 18
2 Sa. Plague in London, 563 4 5717 14 11 49
3 31 8th Sunday after Trinity. 4 58,7 13 morn
4 Mo. Bat. Weissenburg, 1870. 4 59 7 12 25
5 Tu. Moon lowest. 5 017 11 1 11
6 We. Battle of Woerth, 1870. 5 1 7 10 2 11
7 Th. (8) Prussians oc. St. Avold,'70. 5 2 7 9 rises
8 Fr. e Full moon, 8h. 56m. morn. 5 37 7 7 45
9 Sa. Moon perigee. 5 4 7 6 8 19
10 32 9th Sunday after Trinity. 5 5 7 5 8 47
11 Mo. (9) Prussians adv. on Metz,'70 5 6 7 4 9 14
12 Tu. (4) Prussians oc. Nancy, 1870. 5 717 2 9 40
13 We, Bombardment Strasburg, 1870 5 8i7 1 10 7
14 Th. i Last quarter, ih. 45m. even. 5 97 0 10 37
15 Fr. '14) Farragut died, 1870. 5 1016 5811 13
16 Sa. (17) Bombard't Sumter, x863. 5 11 6 5711 54 1
17 33 ioth Sunday after Trinity. 5 12 6 55 morn
18 Mo. Moon highest. 5 13 6 54 38
19 Tu. Napoleon at Chalons, 1870. 5 14 6 53 1 32
20 We. Atlantic sunk, i852. 5 15 6 51 2 32
21 Th. (r8) Bat. of Gravelotte, 1870. 5 16 6 50 3 33
22 Fr. New noon. 8h. 34m. even. 5 17 6 4S sets
238 Sa. Toul bombarded, 1870. 5 17 6 47 7 32
24 34 ixth Sunday after Trinity. 5 18 6 45 7 54
25 Mo. (24) Moon apogee. 5 19 6 44 8 14
26 Tu. Battle Summersville, 1861. 5 20 6 42 8 35
27 We. (31) Bunyan died,. 1688. 5 21 6 411 8 57
23 T'h. Battle of Centreville, 1862. 5 22 6 39 9 20
29 Fr. (30) Battle of Sedan, I870. 5 236 371 9 46
S80 .Sa. 8 First quarter, ioh. 52m. even 5 24 6 36 10 19 j
31 35 i2th Sunday after Trinity. 5 25'6 34'11 2
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Al w MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Seto Set.
1 Mo. Napoleon sur. at Sedan, 1870. 5 266 33 11 54
2 Tu. Moon lowest. 5 27 6 31 morn
3 We. (i) Fall of Atlanta, 1864. 5 28'6 29, 58
4 Th. Republic procl'd in Paris, '70. 5 29 6 28 2 15
5 Fr. (6) Moon perigee. 5 30'6 26. 3 35
6 Sa. S Full moon, 4h. I3m. even. 5 31 6 25 rises
7 36 13th Sunday after Trinity. 5 32 6 23 7 14
8 Mo. Sebastopol taken 21855. 5 33'6 21 7 40
9 Tu. Dog Days end. 534 6 20 8 8
10 We. Battle of Lake Erie, 1813. 5 35 6 18 8 37
11 Th. (7) Boston settled, 1630. 5 36 6 16 9 10
12 Fr. Battle of Augusta, Ky., 2862. 5 376 15. 9 51
13 Sa I ( Last quarter, roh. 45m. morn 5 38 6 13 10 35
14 37 Moon highest. 14 S af. Trin. 5 39 6 1111 27
15 Mo. Harper's Ferry surrend., x862. 5 4016 9 morn
16 Tu. Battle of Antietam, 1862. 5 41 6 8! 26
17 We. (13) Quebec taken, 1759. 5 42 6 61 1 26
18 Th. U. S. Constitution adopt. 1787. 5 4836 4 2 27
19 Fr. Blockade Paris complete, x870. 5 44 6 3 3 28
20 Sa. Moon apogee. [(2) 15 S. af.Tr. 5 4566 1 4 28
21 38 0 New moon, oh. 55m. even. 5 46 5 59 sets
22 Mo. Rome Capital Italy, 1870. 5 47 5 58 6 41
23 Tu. Major Andre taken, 1780. 5 48 5 56 7 1
24 We. (i9) Battle Chatillon, 1870. 5 49 5 54 7 24
25 Th. (24) Albany taken, 1664. 5 50 5 53 7 49
26 Fr. Philadelphia taken, 1777. 5 51 5 51 8 20
27 Sa. Strasburg capitulates, 1870. 5 52 5 50 8 58
28 39 '6th Sunday after Trinity. 5 58'5 48 9 44
29 Mo. I First quarter, ioh. om. morn 5 5415 46 10 43
30 Tu. (29) Moon lowest. 5 55'5 44 11 52 (

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AT NV MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Sets. Sets.
1 We. First Steamer in U. S. 1807. 5 56 5 43 morn
2 Th. First Railroad in U. S. 1833. 5 575 41 1
3 Fr. (5) Tecumseh killed, 1813. 5 5S 5 89 2 26
4 Sa. Selkirk exiled, 1704. 6 0 5 38 3 45
540 Moon per. 17 Sun. aft. Trin. 6 1 5 86 rise
6 Mo. Full moon, oh. 35m. morn. 6 25 5
7 Tu. Florida (The) captured, 1864. 6 3,533 6 30
8 We. (5) Cornwallis died, i805. 6 45 31 7 5
9Th. (8) Chicago Fire, 1871. 6 55 30 744
10 Fr. Columbus disc. America, 1492. 6 7 5 28 8 26
11 Sa. Moon highest. 6 85 27 9 18
12 41 i8th Sunday after Trinity. 6 9 5 25 10 14
13 Mo. Last quarter, ih. 29m. morn. 6 10 5 23 11 16
14 Tu. William Penn born, 1644, 6 11 5 22;morn
15 We. (io) Bat. Blue Springs, Tenn., 6 12 520 18
16 Th. (i5) Bank panic, 1857. [1863. 6 13 5 19 1 19
17 Fr. Moon apogee. 6 14 5 17 2 18
18 Sa. Palmerston died, 1865. 6 155 16 3 19
19 42 i9th Sunday after Trinity. 6 16 5 14 4 16
20 Mo. (17) Burgoyne surrend., 777. 6 18 5 13 5 16
21 Tu. New Moon, 5h. 59m. morn. 6 19 5 12 sets
22 We. (19) Cornwallis surrend., 1781. 6 20 5 10 5 53
23 Th.22)t. Red Bank, 1777. 6 21 5 9 6 21
24 Fr. Great storm, England, 1703. 6 22 5 7 6 56
25 Sa. (24) Daniel Webster died, 1852 6 23 5 6 7 39
26 43 Moon lowest. 20 Sun. af. Trin. 6 24 5 4 8 34
27 Mo. Brutus died, 42 B.C. 6 255 3 9 40
28 Tu. First quarter, 7h. i4m. even. 6 26!5 2,10 53
29We. Maryland free State, 1864, 6 27T5 1 morn
30 Th. Ex-Gov. Andrews died, 1867. 6 28 4 59 7
31 Fr. (30) Prussians ent. Metz, 1870.6 29 4 58 1 23
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MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Sets Sets.
1 Sa. Charles Linnaeus died, 1783. 6 804 57 2 87
2 44 Moon per. 21 Sun. aft. Trin. 6 31 4 56 3 53
8 Mo. Bat. of Snicker's Gap, 1862. 6 82 4 54 5 7
4 Tu. Full moon, ioh. 52m. morn. 6 844 53, 6 23
5 We. Gunpowder plot, 1605. 6 354 52 rises
6 Th. Lincoln elected, 186o. 6 364 51 6 17
71Fr. (4) McClellan removed, 2862. 6 37 4 50 7 4
8 Sa. Moon highest. 6 3S 4 49 S 1
945 22d Sunday after Trinity. 64044Si 9 4
10 Mo. Jacobins banished, 1794. 6 41 4 47 10 6
11 Tu. Last quarter, 7h. 5211. even. 6 42 4 46 11 8
12 We. (r) Luther born, 1483. 6 43 4 45 morn
13 Th. (8) William Tell died, 1307. 6 44 4 44 9
14'Fr. Moon apogee. 6 46 4 43 1 8
15 Sa. Surtwell, botanist, died, 1867. 6 474 42 2 7
16 46 23d Sunday after Trinity. 6 48 4 42 3 5
17 !Mo. Suez Canal opened, 1869. 6 49 4 41 4 6
18 Tu. Napoleon disinterred, 1840. 6 50 4 40 5 9
19 Wee. New moon, ioh. 4om. even. 6 51:4 39 sets
S0 Th. (8) Milton died, 1674. 6 53 4 39 4 57
21 Fr. (i6) Sherman en route to Sa- 6 5M4 388 5 87
22 Sa. Moon lowest, [vannah, 2864. 6 554 38 6 28
2:3 47 24th Sunday after Trinity. 6 56 4 87, 7 31
24 Mo. Bat. Lookout Mountain, 1863. 6 56 4 36 8 44
25 Tu. Evacuation New York, 783. 6 58 4 35' 9 57
26 We. Battle Vienna, Va., 186i. 6 59 4 35 11 11
27 Th. First quarter, 3h. 17m. morn. 7 0 4 35 morn
2S Fr. (27) Paris forts open fire, 1870. 7 2 4 85 24
29 Sa. Moon apogee. 7 3 4 34 1 36
S30)148 Advent Sunday. 4 4 34 2 47
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1 o. Habeas Corpus restored, 1865. 7 5 4 34 4 1
2 Tu. John Brown hung, 1859. 7 6 4 33 5 1-!
3 We. Full moon, iih. 24m. even. 7 7 4 33 rises
4 Th. Illinois admitted, 1818. 7 84 33 4 52
5 Fr. Moon highest. 7 9 4 32 5 4('
6 Sa. Rhode Island taken, 1776. 7 10 4 32 6 4
7 49 2d Sunday in Advent. 7 11 4 32 7 57
8 Mo. Amnesty Proclamation, 1863. 124 32 8 54
9 Tu. Sumter bombarded, 1863. 7 13 4 32 9 6
10 We. Bat. Port Royal, Va., 1862. 7 14 4 32 10 5G
11 Th. Last quarter, 4h. 58m. even. 7 154 32 11 45
12 Fr. Moon apogee. 7 15 4 32 morn
13 Sa. 'Battle Fredericksburg, x862. 7 164 32 53
14 50 3d Sunday in Advent. 7 16 4 3:3 1 52
15 Mo. Hartford Convention, 1814. 7 17 4 33 2 54
1G Tu. Boston Tea Party, 1773. 7 18 4 33 3 58
17 We. (16) Great Fire in N. V. 1835. 7 18 4 33 5 5
18 Th. Treaty with Russia, 1832. 7 19 4 34 6 14
19 Fr. New moon, ih. 53m. even. 7 20 4 34 sets
20 Sa. Moon lowest. 7 20 4 35 5 20
21 51 4th Sunday in Advent. 7 21 4 35 6 31
22 Mo. (19) Rome burned, 1869. 7 21 4 36 7 45
23 Tu. (24) Edwin M. Stanton d., 1869. 7 22 4 36 9 2
21 We. Moon apogee. 7 22 4 37110 16
25 Th. CHRISTMAS. 7 23 4 37 11 28
26 Fr. First quarter, IIh. 9m. morn. 7 23 4 38 morn
27 Sa. (22) Pilgrims landed, 1620. 7 28 4 39 39
28 52 ist Sunday ifter Christmas. 7 2314 89 1 49
29 Mo. (2o) S. Carolina seceded, 1860. 7 24 4 40 3 1
30 Tu. Buffalo burned, 183. 7 24'4 41 4 12
31 We. (21) Savannah taken, 1864. 7 24 4 42 5 23










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Cincinnati, Ohio......
Cleveland, Ohio......
Detroit, Mich .........
Dunkirk, N. Y........
Galveston, Texas.....
Indianapolis Ind.....
Louisville, Ky........
LaCrosse, WVis.... ...
Memphis, Tenn.......
Milwaukee, Wis......
M obile, Ala ..........
Montreal, Ca..........
New Orleans, La....
Omaha, Neb..........
Philadelphia, Pa......
Pittsburgh, Pa........
Portland, Me.........
Quincy, Ill........
Richmond, Va........
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San Francisco, Cal....
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H. M. S.
144 5 12 I 6 p.M. 69,422
i86 8 1 49 38 A.M. 267,354
231 10o 50 0 250,526
433 I8 II 40 24 117,715
I'18 50 10 51 o ..
815 47 11 36 22 48,956
913 36 1I 6 2 298,983
758 31 118 16 216,239
595 23 Ix 30 0 L 92,846
710 27 11 23 54 79,580
460 18 1138 o
1822 120 10 36 58 13,818
841 34 i zz 54 36,565
895 41 I 14 4 100,754
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1312 65 10 56 o L 40,226
998 40 1 4 16 71,499
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Alabama ....... 996,988
Arkansas....... 483,179
California....... 560,285
Connecticut..... 537,418
Delaware...... 125,015
Florida........ 187,756
Georgia ........ 1,200,609
Illinois..........2,539,638
Indiana ......... 1,673,046
Iowa ........... 1,191,802
Kansas.......... 362,872
Kentucky ... ..1,321,001
Louisiana....... 732,731
Maine.......... 626,463
Maryland....... 780,806
Massachusetts .. 1,457,351
Michigan .......1,184,296
Minnesota...... 435,511
Mississippi ..... 834,170
Missouri ........ ,715,ooo
Nebraska....... 123,000
Nevada......... 42,491
New Hampshire 318,300
New Jersey..... 905,794
New York..... 4,364,411
North Carolina. ,669,6r4
Ohio............2,662,214
SOregon ......... 90,922

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South Carolina.. 728,000
Tennessee ......1,257,983
Texas .......... 197,500
Vermont....... 330,552
Virginia ........ 1,224,830
West Virginia.. 445,616
Wisconsin ...... 1,055,167

Total....... 38,095,680
Dist. Columbia. 131,706
Territories.
Arizona......... 9,658
Colorado....... 39,706
Dakota......... 14,1i8
Idaho........... 14,998
Montana........ 20,594


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Washington ....
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Total of States.. 38,095,680

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