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Otis Keene Diary, 1874

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1874
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-

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:
UF00076636:00012

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1874
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-

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:
UF00076636:00012

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 3
        Page 4
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    January 1874
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    February 1874
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    March 1874
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    April 1874
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    May 1874
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    July 1874
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    August 1874
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    September 1874
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    October 1874
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    November 1874
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    December 1874
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    Back Matter and Notes
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11 12 13 14 1516117 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 19 20 21 22 23 24125
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 26 27 28 29 30 31
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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.
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Albany, N. Y...... 10 44
Augusta, Ga...... 43 22
Baltimore, Md..... 22 12
Buffalo, N. Y....... 3126
Cairo, Ill..........1 10 0
Charleston, S. C... 35 28
Chicago, Ill........1 5 48
Cincinnati, 0....... 53 34
Cleveland, 0....... 42 0
Detroit, Mich...... 47 56
Galveston. Tex.....1 34 52
Honolulu, S. I.... 5 44 42
Indianapolis, Ind...1 0 6
Louisville, Ky...... 57 46
Memphis, Tenn... .1 17 0
Middletown, Ct..... 6 22
Milwaukee, Wis....1 7 34
Mobile, Ala........1 8 0
Montreal, C. E..... 10 6
Natchez, Miss......1 22 24
New Orleans, La....1 16 0
Newport, R. I...... 1 0
New York, N. Y.... 11 50
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 32 0
Norfolk, Va........ 21 1
Philadelphia, Pa.... 16 25
Pikes Peak........2 16 0
Providence, R. I.... 1 25
Quebec, C. E....... 50
Richmond, Va...... 25 35
San Francisco, Cal. .3 25 31
Savannah, Ga...... 40 18
Springfield, Mass... 6 30
St. Louis, Mo......1 16 46
St. Paul, Min...... 28 5
Tallahassee, Fla .... 54 10
Washington, D. C.. 24 7
Worcester, Mass.... 3 0
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FAST OF BOSTON.
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Augusta, Me....... 4 54
Bangor, Me...... 9 6
Berlin, Prus.......5 37 49
Calcutta, India.... 10 10 8
Cape of Good Hope.6 7 2
Charlottet'n, P. E.I. 31 20
Constantinople ....6 40 30
Dover, N. H........ 38
Dublin..........4 18 52
Eastport, Me....... 16 30
Edinburgh. .......4 34 30
Fredericton, N. B... 17 14
Geneva. ........5 8 50
Gibraltar...........4 22 50
Gloucester, Mass... 1 35
Greenwich, Eng....4 44 14
Halifax, N. ....... 29 47
Hallowell, Me...... 454
Hamburg, Ger.....5 24 8
Hull, Mass......... 24
Liverpool, Eng.....4 32 13
London, Eng .....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, Me ....... 3 16
Portsmouth, N. H.. 1 11
Provincetown, Mass. 4 2
Rome, Italy.......5 34 8
Salem, Mass........ 40
Singapore, E. I....11 32 12
St. Johns, N. F....1 12 30
St. Petersburg......6 45 28
Stockholm, Sw'n...5 46 28
Vienna, Austria... .5 49 46
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5 0 0 0 0 o o I 8 83
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9 0 o o o I I I I I 2 15 50
10 0 0 I I I I I I 2 2 17 67
II O O I I I I I I 2 2 I8 83
12 0 0 I I I I I 2 2 2 20 2 00
13 0 I I I 2 2 2 2 22 2 17
14 0 I I I 2 2 2 2 23 2 33
15 I 0 I I I 2 2 2 2 3 25 2 50
16 0 2 2 2 2 3 27 2 67
17 0 I I I I 2 2 2 3 3 28 283
18 0 I 2 2 2 2 3 3 30 3 00
19 o I I 2 2 2 3 3 3 32 3 17
20 0 I I 2 2 2 3 3 3 33 3 33
21 0 I1 I 2 2 2 3 3 4 35 3 5
22 o I 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 37 3 67
23 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 38 83
24 o I I 2 2 3 3 4 4 40 400
25 o I 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 42 4 17
26 o 2 2 3 3 3 4 443 433
27 o I 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 45 4 50
28 O I I 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 47 4 67
29 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 48483
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2 o00 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 4 39
3 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 1 6 58
4 0 0 0 0 o I I I 8 78
5 o o o0 0 I I I I I zo 97
6 0 0 0 0 I I I I I 1 12 I 17
7 0o o I I I 1 I 14 1 36
8 0 I i i i i 1 2 16 56
9 O I I I I I 2 2 8 1 75
10 o0 1 I I I I 2 2 2 19 1 94
11 o0 I I I I 2 2 2 21 2 14
12 0 I O I I 2 2 2 2 23 2 33
13 0 o I I 2 2 2 2 3 25 2 53
14 I I 2 2 2 2 3 27 2 72
15 0 I I II 2 2 2 3 3 29 2 92
16 o 2 2 2 2 3 3 31 3 11
17 o 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 33 3 31
x8 o 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 35 3 50
19 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 37 3 69
20 0 o I 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 39 3 89
21 0 I 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 41 408
22 ( 2 I 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 43 4 28
23 o I 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 45 4 47
24 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 47 4 67
25 0 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 49 4 86
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27 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 53 5 25
28 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 54 5 44
29 2 3 3 4 5 5 6 56 5 64
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6 4 7 11 4 8 21 25 28 32 35 3 50 35 00
7 4 8 12 16 20 25 29 33 37 41 4 08 40 83
8 5 9 14 I7 23 28 33 37 42 47 4 67 46 67
9 5 iix 6 21 26 32 37 42 47 53 5 25 52 50.
1o 6 12 18 23 29 35 41 47 53 58 5 83 58 33
t 6 13 19 26 32 39 45 51 58 64 6 42 64 17
1 YEAR. 7 1421 28 35 42 49 56 63 70 7 00 70 oo









VALUE OF FOREIGN GOLD

ANND


SI LV ER


AUSTRIA......... Gold,
64

Silver,



BADEN............ Gold,
Silver,
("
BAVARIA ........ Gold,
Silver,


BELGIUM ......... Gold,
Silver,
"(
"
BOLIVIA...........Gold,
Silver,
cc

BRAZIL...........Gold,
Silver,


BREMEN........... Silver,
BRITAIN.......... Gold,
Silver,

cc
BRUNSWICK ...... Gold,
Silver,


COINS.


D. O. M.
Quadruple Ducat....... 9 x2 o
Ducat .............. .. 2 27 5
Sovereign(for Lombardy) 6 75 o
Rix Dollar............ o 97 o
Florin.. ............. o 48 5
Twenty Kreutzers...... o 16 0
Lira (for Lombardy).... o x6 0
Five Gulden........... 2 04
Crown............. 1 07 o
Gulden, or Florin...... 39 5
Ducat. .. ...... 2 27 o
Crown................ 06 5
Florin .............. o 39 5
Six Kreutzers ......... o 03 o
Twenty-Franc piece ... 3 83 2
Twenty-five-Franc piece 4 72 o
Five Francs............ o 93 o
Two-and-a-half Francs. o 46 5
Two Francs..... .... o 37 o
Franc. ................ o 8 5
Doubloon ............ 15 58 o
Dollar...... ..... .. .. oo 6
Half Dol. (debased 1830) o 37 5
Qr. Dol. (debased 1830) o 18 7
Piece of 64oo Reis...... 8 72 o
Twelve hundred Reis... o 99 2
Eight hundred Reis... o 66 o
Four hundred Reis..... o 33 o
Thirty-six Grote........ o 35 6
Sovereign ............. 4 84 5
Half Crown............ o 54 o
Shilling................ 21 7
Sixpence.............. o o1 8
Fourpence............. o 07 i
Ten Thaler............ 7 89 o
Thaler......... ...... o 68 o







VALUE OF FOREIGN GOLD AND SILVER COINS.


CENT'L AMERICA.. Gold,

Silver,
COSTA RICA.... Gold,
Silver,
CHILI............. Gold,

Silver,

DENMARK........ Gold,
Silver,

ECUADOR......... Gold,
Silver,
EGYPT ..........Gold,
Silver,
FRANCE,.......... Gold,
Silver,

FRANKFORT...... Silver,
GREECE ......... Gold,
Silver,
GUIANA, BRITISH..,Silver,
HANOVER........Gold,
Silver,

HAYTI ...........Silver,
HESSE CASSEL... Silver,

HESSE DARMSTADT Silver,
HINDOSTAN ...... Gold,
Silver,
MECKLENBURG.... Gold,
MEXICO ........... Gold,
Silver,
NAPLES .......... Silver,
NETHERLANDS.... Gold,

Silver,
6"


D. C. M.
Doubloon............14 96 o
Escudo................ 67 o
Dollar (about).......... o 67 o
Half Doubloon (1850).. 7 62 o
New Real............. o 05 8
Doubloon (before 1835).15 57 o
Doubloon (since 1835).. 15 66 o
Dollar............... i o01 o
Quarter Dollar......... o 22 4
Eighth Dollar, or Real. o 1I 2
Dble. Fred, or zo-Thaler 7 88 o
Rigsbank Daler........ o 52 3
Specie Daler .......... 04 7
Thirty-two Skillings. ... 17 o
Half Doubloon ......... 7 60 o
Quarter Dollar......... o 18 7
Hundred Piasters...... 4 97 o
Twenty Piasters....... o 96 o
Twenty Francs......... 3 85 o
Five Francs........... o 93 2
Franc................. o 18 5
Florin ................ 39 5
Twenty Drachms...... 3 45 o
Drachm............. o 16 5
Guilder.... .......... o 26 2
Ten Thaler........... 7 89 o
Thaler (fine silver) ..... o 69 2
Thaler (750 fine) ....... o 68 o
Dollar, (ioo Centimes).. o 25 7
Thaler.............. o 67 5
One-sixth Thaler ...... o ii o
Florin, or Gulden ..... o 39 5
Mohur(E. I. Co.)..... 7 10 o
Rupee ................ 44 5
Ten Thaler............ 7 89 o
Doubloon (average) ... 15 53
Dollar (average) ....... I oo 7
Scudo................. o 94 o
Ducat................ 2 26 5
Ten Guilders......... 4 oo 7
Three Guilders ........ 20 o
Guilder ............... o 40 o
Twenty-five Cents ..... 09 5
Two-and-a-half Guilders o 98 2


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VALUE OF FOREIGN GOLD AND SILVER COINS.

D. C. M.
NEW GRANADA.. Gold, Doubloon,2icarat stand. 15 61 o
c including the silver 15 66 o
nine-tenths stand. 15 31 o
including the silver 15 36 o
Silver, Dollar, usualweight.... I 02 o
Dol., or Ten Reals, 1851 o 93 o
NORWAY ........ Silver, Rigsdaler ............ I 05 o
PERSIA ...........Gold, Tomann .............. 2 23 o
Silver, Shaib Koran ......... 0 2 5
PERU ........... Gold, Doubloon, Lima, to 1833 15 55 o
Cuzco, to 1833.. 15 62 o
i" Cuzco, 1837 ... 15 53 o
Silver, Dollar, Lima mint...... i oo 6
Dollar, Cuzco ......... oo 8
Hf. Dol.,Cuzco, debased o 36 o
Hf. Dollar, Arequipa o 36 o
Half Dollar, Pasco..... o 49 5
POLAND.......... Silver, Zloty ................. o 11 2
PORTUGAL ....... Gold, Half Joe (full weight) .8 65 o
SCrown................ 5 81 o
Silver, Cruzado....... ... o 55 2
Crown of iooo Reis .... x 12 o
Half Crown ......... o 56 o
PRUSSIA. ..... .. Gold, Double Frederick...... 8 oo o
Silver, Thaler, average........ o 68 o
One-sixth Thaler, av'ge o ir o
D'ble Thal.,(31 Gulden) 1 39 o
ROME...........Gold, Ten Scudi ........... io 37 o
Silver, Scudo.................. I oo 5
Teston (3-o1 Scudo).... 0 30 o
RUSSIA..........Gold, Five Roubles.......... 3 96 7
Silver, Rouble............ o 75 o
Ten Zloty............. I 13 5
Thirty Copecs......... o 22 o
SARDINIA ........Gold, Twenty Lire........... 3 84 5
Silver, Five Lire ............ o 93 2
SAXONY.......... Gold, Ten Thaler............ 7 94 o
Ducat ................ 2 26 o
Silver, Species Thaler ....... o 96 o
Thaler (XIV. F. M.)... o 68 o
SIAM............. Silver, Tical ................. o 58 5
SPAIN............ Gold, Pistole (Qr. Doubloon).. 3 90 5
Silver, Pistareen (4RealsVellon) o 19 5
SWEDEN.......... Silver, Species Daler.......... I 04 2







VALUE OF FOREIGN GOLD AND SLVER COINS.


SWEDEN. ... ..Silver,
TURKEY.........Gold,

Silver,
TUSCANY ......... Gold,
Silver,
WURTEMBERG .... Silver,
({


D. C. M.
Half Daler........... o 52 o
Hundred Piasters..... 4 37 4
Twenty Piasters (new). o 82 o
Twenty Piasters (new).. o 82 o
Sequin .. ....... 2 30 o
Lepoldone ........... 05 o
Florin ................ o 26 2
Gulden, 1824.......... o 38 5
Gulden, 1838, and since. o 39 5
Dbl. Thaler, (31 Guld.). I 39 o


GERMANY.-The new German Empire has adopted a
new and uniform system of coinage, which contemplates the
gradual withdrawal of the coins of the various States com-
posing the Empire, and the substitution of the new coinage
as follows:
A pound of fine gold is divided into 139* pieces, the
one-tenth part of this gold coin is called a Mark," and is
subdivided into ioo Pennies, (Pfennige.)
A TEN MARK piece, the unit of the coinage is equal to
31 South German Thalers, or 3 1-93 Bremen Gold Thalers.
Its value is $2.43.
JAPAN.-The new system of coinage for Japan em-
braces four gold coins valued respectively at 2zo, $1 $5
and $2.


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RATES OF POSTAGE.
----aSO----oO

POSTAL CARDS costing I cent each can be purchased at
any Post Office, on which short communications can be
written and sent to any part of the UNITED STATES.
LETTERS TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES, 3 cents
for each 1-2 ounce, or part thereof.
DROP LETTERS, 2 cents for each 1-2 ounce, delivered by
Carrier, not delivered, i cent.
ADVERTISED LETTERS, I cent in addition to the regular
rates.
VALUABLE LETTERS may be registered on application at
the office of mailing, and the payment of a registration fee
not exceeding 15 cents on domestic letters. Fees on foreign
letters variable.
TRANSIENT NEWSPAPERS, Periodicals, Pamphlets, Proof
Sheets, Book Manuscripts, Blanks, and all mailable printed
matter, (except circulars and books,) I cent for each and
every 2 ounces. Double these rates are charged for
Books.
UNSEALED CIRCULARS, (to one address,) not exceeding
three in number, 2 cents, and in the same proportion for
a greater number.
SEEDS, CUTTINGS, ROOTS, ETC., 2 cents for each 4
ounces or less quantity.
ALL PACKAGES of Mail Matter not charged with letter
postage must be so arranged that the same can be CONVE-
NIENTLV examined by Postmasters; if not letter postage
will be charged.
No PACKAGE will be forwarded by mail which weighs
over 4 pounds.
ALL POSTAGE MATTER, for delivery within the United
States, must be PREPAID by stamps.
LETTERS TO THE DOMINION OF CANADA, 6 cents for
each 1-2 ounce, if prepaid; if not prepaid, o0 cents. To
NEWFOUNDLAND, 10 cents; when over 3000 miles, 15 cents.
Prepayment required.
LETTERS TO GREAT BRITAIN OR IRELAND, 6 cents
Prepayment optional.
LETTERS TO FRANCE. Prepayment optional.
LETTERS TO GERMANY, 6 cents. Prepayment required.
LETTERS TO OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES vary in rate
according to the route by which they are sent, and the
proper information can be obtained of any Postmaster in
the United States.








ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1874,

IN the year 1874, there will be four Eclipses; two of
the SUN, and two of the MooN, and a Transit of Venus
over the Sun's disc.

APRIL 10.
I. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, April i6th; Visible
to the southern portions of South America and Africa.
MAY 1.

II. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, May ist; visible to
parts of Asia, Africa, Australia and Sandwich Islands.
Magnitude of Eclipse = 0.833 (Moon's diameter = i.)
OCTOBER 10.

III. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, October zoth;
visible to Europe and parts of Asia and Africa.
OCT. 24,-2 5.

IV. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, night of October
24th-25th; visible to North and South America and Sand-
wich Islands.
The Eclipse will occur in Boston time, as follows:
d h m
Moon enters Penumbra,.................... 25, o, o, A.M.
Moon enters Shadow,............... 25, o, 58, "
Total Phase begins,. .....................25, 2, 16, "
Middle of Eclipse,........................ 25, 2, 33,
Total Phase ends,.............. ......... 25, 2, 49,
Moon leaves Shadow,....................... 25, 4, 7,
Moon leaves Penumbra,.................. 25, 5, 5,
Magnitude of Eclipse = 1.053 (Moon's diameter = I.)
NOTE.-To find time of occurrence at any other place,
correct by difference of time between the place and Boston.







TRANSIT OF VENUS.

V. A transit of Venus over the Sun's disc, December
8th; visible entire to Eastern Asia and Australia and in
part to Africa and Sandwich Islands.
A transit of Venus furnishes the most accurate method
for determining the distance of the Earth from the Sun.
The last occurrence of this Phenomenon happened in 1769,
when expeditions on the most extensive scale were fitted
out by the larger civilized governments of the world, for the
purpose of observing it. The highest interest attaches to
this present occurrence, as from some independent reasons,
it is suspected that the Sun's accepted distance is too large
by about two millions of miles.


MORNING AND EVENING STARS.

MERCURY will be Evening Star about March 2, June
28, and Oct. 24, andMorning Star about April 15, Aug. 13,
and Dec. 2.
VENUS will be Morning Star until Feb. 23d, then
Evening Star until Dec. 8th, and Morning Star again the
rest of the year.
JUPITER will be Morning Star until March x7, then
Evening Star until Oct. 5th, and Morning Star the rest of
the year.


FESTIVALS AND FASTS OF THE CHURCH.

Septuagesima SundayFeb. i. Low Sunday......Apr. 12.
Shrove Sunday......Feb. 15. Rogation Sunday.May zo.
Ash Wednesday .... Feb. 18. Ascension Day... May 14.
First Sunday in Lent. Feb. 22. Whit Sunday..... May 24.
Palm Sunday........Mar. 29. Trinity Sunday...May 31.
Good Friday........Apr. 3. Advent Sunday...Nov. 29.
Easter Sunday......Apr. 5. Christmas Day.... Dec. 25.







CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.-1874.

Dominical Letter........ D. Solar Cycle............ 7.
Epact................... 12. Roman Indiction ....... 2.
Golden Number........... Julian Period..........6587.


THE SEASONS.

Vernal Equinox,..............March 2oth, xh. 3om. P.M.
Autumnal Equinox,...........Sept. 23d, oh. 15m. A.M.
Summer Solstice,........... June 21st, ioh. om. A.M.
Winter Solstice,............Dec. 21st, 6h. i4m. P.M.
Given in Washington time.


THE LENGTH OF DAYS.

At San Francisco the longest day has 14 3-4 hours; at
Boston, 15 i-4; at Berlin and London, 16 1-2; at Stockholm
and Upsal, 16 1-2; at Hamburg, Dantzic, and Settin,
17, and the shortest 7. At St. Petersburg and Tobolsk
the longest day has 19 hours and the shortest 5 hours. At
Bornea, in Finland, the longest day has 2x 1-2 hours, and
the shortest 2 1-2 hours. At Wanderbus, in Norway, the
day lasts from the 2ist of May to the 22d of July without
interruption; and at Spitzbergen the longest day is 3 1-2
months.


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3o0ston. MOON'S PHASES. Nebil ortt.

2d....2h.19m.p.M. FULL MOON. 2d....2h. 7m.P.M.
10th. ...3h.llm.P.M. LAST QUARTER. 10th....2h.59m.P.M.
18th....3h.16m.A.M. NEW MOON. 18th....3h. 4m.A.M.
24th....7h.58m.P.M. FIRST QUARTER. 24th. ..7h.46mn.P.M.

33 Soto n. 1874 NeW Yorkt.


IIGH TIDE.
Moo -- SuN
S& S Morn'g Even'g R & S

6 42 10 24 10 51 r7 30
rises 11 16 11 40 s4 39
5 27 ..... 0 3 r7 30
6 31 0 26 0 49 s4 41
7 36 1 11 1 32 r7 30
8 40 1 53 2 14 s4 43
9 42 2 33 2 53 r7 30
10 43 3 12 3 31 s4 45
11 43 3 50 4 10 r7 29
morn 4 31 4 53s4 47
0 44 5 17 5 42 r7 29
1 47 6 7 6 32 4 49
2 53 6 59 7 28 r7 28
4 1 7 57 8 26s4 52
5 11 8 55 9 25 r7 27
6 17 9 55 10 24 54 54
7 16 10 53 11 20 r7 26
sets 11 40 ..... s4 56
6 34 0 10 0 35 r7 25
7 54 1 1 1 25 4 59
9 12 1 48 2 12 r7 24
10 28 2 35 2 54 s5 1
11 43 3 21 3 44 r7 22
morn 4 8 4 34 s5 4
0 57 5 2 5 32 r7 21
2 11 6 3 6 35 5 C
3 24 7 7 7 40 r7 1C
4 33 8 12 8 44 s5 C
5 35 9 14 9 43 r7 17
6 29 10 10 10 36 s5 12
7 13 11 111 23 r7 15


D C'
of >1.
N
1 Th
2 Fr
3 Sa
48
5 Mo
6 Tu
7 We
8 Th
9 Fr
10 Sa
118
12 Mo
13 Tu
14 We
15 Th
16 Fr
17 Sa
18S
19 Mo
20 Tu
21 We
22 Th
23 Fr
24 Sa
25 S
26 Mo
27 Tu
28 We
29 Th
30 Fr
31 Sa


r----~ ----- ----


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HIGH TIDE.
BUN -- Moow
R S Morn'g Even'g IR & S
H H H 61 K M H M

r7 25 7 10 7 34 6 35
s4*45 7 58 8 23 rises
r7 25 8 48 9 12 5 33
s4 46 9 35 9 56 6 36
r7 25 10 17 10 37 7 40
54 48i10 56 11 16 8 43
r7 25 11 36 11 56 9 44
s4 50 ..... 0 17 10 44
r7 24 0 37 0 57,11 42
A4 52 1 18 1 40 morn
r7 24 2 3 2 28 0 42
54 54 2 53 3 18 1 44
r7 23 3 45 4 13 2 49
s4 56 4 41 5 10 3 56
r7 22 5 40 6 11 5 5
s4 59 6 41 7 10 6 10
r7 21 7 36 8 2 7 9
s5 1 8 29 8 56 Fets
r7 20 9 22 9 47 6 38
s5 3 10 10'10 32 7 57
r7 19 10 54 11 17 9 13
s5- 6 11 41. .... 10 28
r7 18 0 6 0 3011 41
s5 8 0 55 1 21 morn
r7 16 1 48 2 18 0 54
55 11 2 49 3 20 2 7
r7 15 3 52 4 24 3 18
s5 13 4 56 5 28 4 27
r7 13 6 0 6 29 5 28
s5 15 6 56 7 21 6 22
r7 11 744! 8 5 7 7











3 sto n. MOON'S PHASES. ~et 3 pork

1st.. 6h.52m.A.M. FULL MooN. 1st.. 6h.40m.A.M.
9th.. l1h.45m.A.M. LAST QUARTER. 9th..llh.33m.A.M.
16th. .. 2h.31m. P.M. NEW Moox. 16th. ..2h.19m.r.M.
23d.. .6h. Im.A.M. FIRST QUARTER. 23d... 5h.49m.A.M.

33 to n. 187 4 XNet Yott.


HIGH TIDE.
MOON Sf
R & S Morn'tg Even'g R & 8
H H H 1i H M u H

rises 11 44 ..... r7 14
627 0 4 0 24 .5 16
730 0 43 1 2 r7 12
832 1 20 1 38 s5 18
933 1 56 2 14 r7 10
10 33 2 32 2 51s5 21
11 34 3 8 3 25 r7 7
morn 3 45 4 61s5 23
038 4 29 4 54! r7 5
1 44 5 21 5 50 s5 26
252 620 6 52 r7 2
358 7 25 7 59s5 29
5 0 8 33 9 6 r6 59
5 54 9 3710 7s5 31
6 39 10 36 11 3 r6 57
sets 11 29 11 53 S5 34
6 48 ..... 0 16 r6 54
8 9 0 39 1 2s5 36
9 27 1 24 1 46 r6 51
1044 2 9 2 31 s5 39
morn 2 54 3 18 r6 48
0 0 3 43 4 10 s5 41
1 15 4 39 5 10 r6 45
2 27 5 43 6 17 s5 44
3 32 6 51 7 25 r6 42
4 28 7 58 8 29s5 46
5 13 8 59 9 27 r6 39
5 48 9 53 10 17 s5 49


969.0. 040 e ..., ...@::1


D ,J D
of W1 of

1 1
2 Mo 2
3 Tu 3
4 We 4
5Th 5
6 Fr 6
7Sa 7
8 8
9Mo 9
10 Tu 10
11 We 11
12 Th 12
13 Fr 13
14 Sa 14
15 S 15
16 Mo 16
17 Tu 17
18 We 18
19 Th 19
20 Fr 20
21 Sa 21
22 S 22
23 Mo 23
24 Tu 24
25, We 25
26 Th 26
27 Fr 27
28 Sa 28


HIGH TIDE.
SUN Moos
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8
5 M I H H HX

r7 10 8 26 8 48 rises
s5 19 9 10 9 29 6 30
r7 9 948 10 6 732
s5 22 10 23 10 39 8 33
r7 6 10 56 11 15 9 33
s5 24 11 34 11 52 10 32
r7 4 ..... 0 11 11 31
s5 26 0 31 0 53 morn
r7 2 1 16 1 41 034
s5 29 2 8 2 36 1 39
r7 0 3 6 337 2 46
s5 31 4 10 4 43 3 51
r6 57 5 17 5 52 4 53
s5 34 6 23 6 53 5 48
r6 54 7 20 7 46 634
s5 36 8 11 8 36 sets
r6 52 9 1 9 26 6 50
s5 39 9 48 10 10 8 9
r6 49 10 31 10 52 9 26
s5 41 11 1411 37 10 41
r6 46 ..... 0 2 11 56
s5 431 0 29 0 57 morn
r6 43 1 26 1 57 1 10
s5 46 2 29 3 2 221
r6 40 3 36 4 10 3 25
s5 48 4 43 5 14 4 21
r6 38 5 44 6 12 5 7
s5 50 6 39 7 3 5 43

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33 s t 0 1. MOON'S PHASES. NTeb gort.

3d... Oh.37m.A.M. FULL MOON. 3d. ..b.25im.A.M.
1ith..4h.50m.A.M. LAST QUARTER. 11th.. 4h.38m.A.M.
18th..0h.18m.A.M. NEW MOON. 18th.. Oh. 6m.A.M.
24th..5h.47m.P.M. FIRST QUARTER. 24th.. 5h.35m.v.M.

330osto n. 1874 Net Yorlt.


HIGH TIDE.
M oo SUN
R & S Morn'g Eien'g R & 8
U H_ H H]aH M4 H

6 18 10 39 11 0 r6 36
rises 11 20 11 37 .q5 51
6 23 11 54 ..... r6 33
7 24 0 11 0 27s5 54
8 24 0 44 1 r6 29
9 25 1 18 1 35 s5 56
10 27 1 53 2 11 r6 26
11 33 230 2 49 s5 58
morn 3 9 3 31 r6 23
0 39 3 55 4 21 A6 1
1 44 4 50 5 20 r6 19
2 46 5 4 6 29 s6 3
3 42 7 4 7 40 r6 16
4 30 8 15 8 48 s6 5
5 9 9 19 9 4S r6 12
5 41 10 15 10 41 .6 8
6 911 511' 28 ?6 9
sets 11 501 ..... s6 10
8 18 0 11 0 33 r6 6
9 39 0 56 1 19 s6 12
10 58 1 42 2 6 r6 2
morn 2 31 2 56 s6 14
0 14 3 23 3 51 r5 59
1 24 4 21 4 53 s6 16
2 24 5 27 6 1 r5 55
3 13 6 35 7 8 ~6 19
3 52 7 39 8 8 r5 52
4 23 8 36 9 1 .6 21
4 49 9 23 9 45 ?5 48
5 10 10 610 26 s6 23
5 29 10 45,11 3 r5 45


D 6. D
of ; of
M ajg M

1S 1
2 Mo 2
3 Tu 3
4 We 4
5Th 5
6 Fr 6
7 Sa 7'
88 8
9 Mo 9
10 Tu 10
lllWe 11
12 Th 12
13 Fr 13
14 Sa 14
15 g 15
16 Mo 16
17 Tu 17
18 We 18
19 Th 19
20 Fr 20
21 Sa 21

23 Mo 23
24 T'u 24
25 We 25
26 Th 26
27 Fr 27
28 Sa 28
29 S 29
30 Mo 30
31!Tu 31


HIGH TIDE.
SUN --- MooN
R & S Morn'g Even'g K & S
imH 4 U u

r6 35 7 24 7 43 0 14
s5 52 8 2 8 20 rises
r6 31 8 38 8 56 6 24
s5 55 9 14 9311 7 24
r6 28 9 47 10 3 8 23
s5 57 11 20 10 371 9 23
r6 25 10 54 11 13 10 24
s5 5911 32 11 53 11 28
r6 22 ..... 17 morn
%6 1 0 42 1 8 0 33
r6 19 1 36 2 6 1 38
s6 3 2 40 3 15 2 39
r6 15 3 50 4 25' 3 35
s6 6( 5 0 5 33, 4 24
r6 12 6 4 6 34' 5 4
s6 8 7 1 726; 5 38
r6 9 7 48 8 10 6 7
A6 10 8 331 8 57 sets
r6 61 9 201 9 42 8 16
6 12 10 4 10 271 9 36
6 2 10 50 11 13 10 53
s6 14 11 40'.... .morn
r5 59 0 80 0 37 0 8
s6 16 1 8' 1 40 1 17
r5 56 2 13 2 47 2 17
s6 18 3 21; 3 53 3 6
r5 52 4 24; 4 531 3 46
s6 20 5 211 5 46 4 18
r5 49 6 9 6 31 4 45
sG 22 6 52 7 111 5 8
r5 451 7 29. 7 46j 5 28


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338 osto n. MOON'S PHASES. Ncb3 3orTit

1st.. 6h..3m.r.Mr. FULL MOON. 1st.. 6h.23m.r.M.
Lth.. 5h.ChIn.P.M. LAST QUARTER. 9iLh.. .5I.24m. .M.
16th..9h. 9m.A.M. NEW MOON. 16th. 8h.57m.A.tM.
23d .. 7h.19m.A.M. FIRST QUARTER. 23d .. 7h. 7m.A.M.

33 oto n. 1 8 74 Net York.


Ilhcn TIDE.
ITnoN I Sue
IL & S Morn'g Even'g RI & 8
R M H IM HM H H

rises 11 20 11 37 r5 43
7 1811 53 ..... 56 27
8 20 0 9 0 26r539
9 24 0 43 1 1 s629
10 29 1 19 1 39 r5 36
11 35 2 0 2 22 s6 31
inorln 244 3 8 r5 33
0 38 334 4 1s6 33
135 4 31 5 2!r529
2 24 536 G 12 s6 36
3 5 646 7 20 r5 26
3 39 753 824 6 38
4 8 8 53 9 21 r5 23
4 33 9 47 10 12s6 40
4 53 1037111 1 r5 19
sets 11 23 11 44 56 42
831 ...... 0 7 5 16
950 031 0 551s645
11 5 1 20 1 46r5 13
imorn 2 12 2 39 s6 47
0 12 3 7 3 35ir5 10
1 8 4 4 435s649
1 52 5 6 537 r5 7
2 26 6 8 638s6 51
2 54 7 6 7 33 r5 4
3 16 7 58 822 .6 53
335 8 45 9 5 r5 1
3 53 9 25 945 s6 BG
4 11 10 5 10 24r4 58
4301043'11 2s6 58
*..... ...I.. ......


D '.4 D
of (,of

1We 1
2Th 2
3 Fr 3
4 Sa 4
5S 5
6 Mo 6
7 Tu 7
8 We 8
9Th 9
10 Fr 10
11 Sa 11
12 S 12
13 Mo 13
14 Tu 14
15 We 15
16 Th 16
17 Fr 17
18 Sa 18
19 8 19
20 Mo 20
21 Tu 21
22 We 22
23 Th 23
24 Fr 24
25 Sa 25
26 S 26
27 Mo 27
28 Tu 28
29 We 29
30 Th 30
.' 9. **'


IIGH TIDE.
ON Moo
R & S Morn'g Even'g IL & 8
H U HM HM H M

r5 44 8 2 8 19 rises
s6 26 8 36 8 54 7 16
r541 9 12 930 8 17
s 28 9 47 10 5 9 20
r5 37 10 24 10 44:10 24
6 30 11 411 2811 29
r5 34 11 53 .... morn
6 32 0 20 0 48 0 31
r531 1 17 1 48 1 28
s634 222 258 2 18
r5 28 3 32 4 5 3 0
G6 36 4 37 5 8 3 35
r525 5 38 6 7 4 5
6 38 6 33 6 58 432
r521 7 21: 7 444 4 5
,6 40 8 5 8 27 seta
r5 188 521 9 18 8 27
s642 94310 6 944
r5 15 10 29 10 54 10 59
,6 44 11 22 11 52 morn
75 13 ..... 022 0 5
6 46 0 51 1 21 1 1
r5 10 1 52 223 1 46
s6 48 2 54 3 23 2 21
r5 7 351 4 18 2 50
.g6 50 443 5 7 313
r5 4 5 30 5 51 333
6 52 611 631 353
r5 1 651 7 10 412
s6 54 7 28 745 432
..... .... .a.e..t...a


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8 ato to nt MOON'S PHASES. Neb 3ort.
Ist. lih. 25m.A.M. FULL MOON. slt. llh. 13m. A.M.
9th. 2h.29111. A.M. LAST QUARTER. 9th. 2h.17m.A.M.
15th. Sh.33m. P.m. Ni.5 MOON. 15th. Sh.21m. P.M.
22d. 10h.35m. P.M. FinST QUARTER. 22d. 1Oh. 23m. P.M.
31st. 2h. 2m. A.M. FULL MooN. 81st, lh.50m. A.M.

3 osto n. 18 7 4 Net York.


IGHt TIDE.
MooN --- SON
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8
KM liE HX H M

rises 11 20 11 37 r4 55
8 20 11 55 .. .... 7 0
9 28 0 15 0 35r4 53
10 32 0 51; 1 18!s7 2
11 30 1 40 2 4'r4 50
morn 2 29 2 55 s7 5
0 22 3 21 3 49r4 48
1 5 4 18 4 48s7 7
1 40 5 19 5 51lr4 45
2 9 6 23 6 55 ;7 9
2 35' 7 25 7 55 r4 43
2 59 8 23 8 50 s7 11
3 221 9 17 9 43. 4 41
3 4 810 9 10 34 s7 13
sets 10 5! 11 24 r4 39
8 40 11 48 ..... .7 15
9 54 0 12 0 3814 37
10 561 1 5 1 32 s7 17
11 46 1 58 2 25'r4 35
norn 2 .51 3 17 s7 19
0 25 3 43 4 91r4 33
0 55 4 35 5 2's7 21
1 20 5 29 5 54 r4 31
1 41 6 18 6 43 .7 23
2 0 7 8 7 32 r4 30
2 181 7 55 8 18 s7 25
2 36 8 40 9 1 r4 28
2 55 9 22 9 44 s7 27
3 18 10 6 10 28 r4 27
3 46 10 49 11 10,s7 28
rises 11 3211 54 r4 26


D D
of t of
M M

1 Fr 1
2Sa
3S 3
4 1o 4
51 Tu 5
6 We 6
7 Th 7
8 Fr 8
9 Sa 9
10 8 10
11 Mo 11
12 Tu 12
13 We 13
14 Th 14
15 Fr 15
16 Sa 16
17 S 17
18 Mo 18
19 Tu 19
20 We 20
21 Th 21
22 Fr 22
23 Sa 23
24 S 24
25 Mo 25
26 Tu 26
27 We 27
28 Th 28
29 Fr 29
30Sa 30
31l| 31


HIGH TIDE.
S w M ooN
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8
M H H H H M

r4 59 8 2 8 20 rises
s6 57 8 39 9 0 8 15
r4 56 9 22 9 43 9 22
s6 59 10 410 25 10 25
r4 54 10 47 11 12 11 23
s7 1 11 381.... morn
r4 51 0 6 0 35 0 15
s7 3 1 5 1 35 0 59
r4 49 2 6 2 37 1 35
s7 5 3 8 3 40 2 6
r4 47 4 10 4 40j 2 33
%7 7 5 8 5 35 2 59
r4 45 6 2 6 29 3 23
s7 9 6 551 7 20 3 51
r4 43 7 43: 8 6 sets
s7 11 8 321 8 58 8 34
r4 41 9 241 9 51 9 47
s7 13 10 16 10 41 10 49
r4 39111 711 3411 40
s7 14!.... 0 1 morn
r4 38 0 29 0 56 0 19
s7 16 1 22 1 49 0 51
r4 36 2 15 2 40 1 17
s7 18 3 4 3 29 1 39
r4 35 3 53 4 17 1 59
.s7 20 4 40 5 3 2 18
r4 33 5 25 5 47" 2 38
s7 21 6 8 6 30 2 58
r4 32 6 52 7 13 3 22
s7 23 7 33 7 53 3 51
r4 31 8 141 8 38 rises


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3o to n. MOON'S PHASES. trt 1ort.
7th. .h..34m. A.M. LAST QUARTER. 7th.. 8h.22m. A.M.
14th.. 2h. 8m.A.M. NEW MOON. 14th. lh. 56m.A.M.
21st.. 3h. 16m. P.M. FIRST QUARTER. 21st.. 3h. 4m. P.M.
29th.. 2h. 4m. P.M. FULL MOON, 29th.. 11h. 52m. '.M.

33oston. 1874 It4eb yortk.


HIIrG TIDE.
MN ----- SUN
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8
I I d u R H m HM

9 25 ..... 0 16 4 26
10 20 0 40 1 4'7 31
11 5 1 28 1 53 r4 25
1142 2 18 2 44 s7 32
morn 3 9 3 35 r4 24
0 13 4 1 4 28s7 33
039 4 56 5 25 r4 23
1 2 554 6 23 s7 35
1 24 6 52 7 211r4 23
1 48 7 50 8 19;s7 36
2 14 8 48 9 16 r4 22
2 45 9 44110 12 s7 37
3 24 10 40111 8 r4 22
sets 11 34 11 59is7 38
9 36 .....0 25 r4 22
10 20 0 51 1 16' 7 38
10 51 1 41 2 5 r4 22
11 21 2 29 2 511s7 39
11 44 3 13 3 35'r4 23
morn 3 56 4 18,s7 40
0 4 4 41 5 3 r4 23
0 22 5 26 5 49,s7 40
0 41 6 13 6 37 r4 23
1 0 7 2 7 26:s7 40
1 21 7 51 8 161r4 24
1 46 8 42 9 7s57 40
2 17 9 32 9 57 r4 25
2 57 10 22 10 49 s7 40
rises 11 15 11 39 r4 25
9 2..... 3s7 40
...................


D o D
of of of

1 Mo 1
2 Tu 2
3'We 3
4 Th 4
5 Fr 5
6 Sa 6
7S 78
8'Mo 81
9 Tu 9i
10 We 10
11 Th 11
12 Fr 12
13;Sa 13
141 S 14
15Mo10 15
16i Tu 116
17 We 17
18 Th 18
19 Fr 19
20 Sa 20
21 S 21
22i Mo 22
23iTu 23
241 We 24
25 Th 25
26 Fr 26
27:Sa 27
281 S 28
29 Mo 29
30'Tu 30
9i


HIGH TIDoE.
SUN --- MOON
R & S Morn'g Even'g ll & 8
MM H u n h i H AI

r4 31 9 2 9 26 9 18
s7 25 9 5010 13 10 13
r4 30 10 3611 1 10 59
57 27 11 26 11 53 11 37
r4 29 .... 0 21 morn
S7 28 0 48 1 15 0 9
r4 29 1 431 2 11 0 37
s7 29 2 401 3 9 1 1
r4 28 3 38 4 6 1 25
57 30 4 35 5 3 1 50
r4 28 5 33 6 2 2 17
7 31 6 30 6 58 2 50
r4 28 7 25 7 51 3 30
57 32 8 17 8 43 sets
4 28 9 10 9 37 9 29
7 33 10 2 10 26 114
4 28 10 49 11 1111049
s7 34 11 34 11 58,11 17
4 28 ..... 0 21 11 41
s7 34 0 43 1 6 morn
74 29 1 28 1 50 0 3
S7 34 2 12 2 5 0 2
4 2 2 59) 3 23 0 42
57 35 3 47i 4 11 1 2
r4 30 4 3;6 5 1 1 24
.7 35 5 27 5 53 1 51
r4 30 6 18 6 43 2 2
s7 35 7 8 7 32 3 3
r4 31 7 57 8 22 rises
57 35 8 48 9 13 8 56
I I. .,[I I


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13 0 to MOON'S PHASES. Neb~ gort.
6th..Ih. 18m. P.M. LAST QUARTER. 6th..lh. 6m. P.M.
13th.Ilh. 44A.M. NEW MOON. 13th. lh.32m. A.M.
21st.. 8h. 47m. A.M. FIRST QUARTER. 21st. 81. 35m. A.M.
2Sth.. 11l. 590m. 1.M. FULL MOON. 28th. llh. 47m. P.M..

33 os to n. 1874 Xe oYork.


I HnHe TIis. f
Moon ----- SUN
S& 8 Morn'g Even'g I & 8
MM Hal HM SI MH

9 43 0 27 0 52 r4 26
10 16 1 17 1 41'.s7 40
10 43{ 2 5 2 29 r4 27
11 6 2 52 3 14's7 40
11 28 3 38 4 2 r4 29
11 51 4 28 4 54 s7 39
morn 5 22 5 51 r4 30
0 16 6 21 6 52 s7 38
0 45 7 24 7 56 r4 31
1 20 8 28 8 59 7 38
2 3 9 30 10 1 '4 33
2 56 10 30 10 58 s7 37
s:ts '11 23 11 47 r4 34
8 52 .... O 11s7 35
9 21 0 34i 0 56'r4 36
9 46 1 181 1 38 !7 34
10 7 1 58 2 18 4 38
10 26 2 37 2 565s7 33
10 44 3 14 3 33 r4 39
11 2 3 52 4 13 s7 31
11 22 4 34 4 56, 4 41
11 45 5 20 5 45s7 29
morn 6 12 6 40 r4 43
0 13 7 8 7 37,s7 28
0 491 8 7 8 37'r4 45
1 351 9 7 9 37.s7 26
2 3110 510 33 r4 47
rises 11 011 25's7 24
8 15 11 49 ..... r4 49
8 45 0 13 0 36s7 22
9 11 0 59 1 21'r4 51


D 5.z D
of 44o of

1 We 1
2 Th 2
31Fr 3,
4 Sa 4
5 8 5
6 Mo 6
7 Tu 7
8 We 8
9 Th 9
10 Fr 10
11 Sa 11
12 S 12
13 Mo 13
14 Tiu 14
15 We 15
16 Th 16
17 Fr 17"
18 Sa 18
19 S 19
20 Mo 20
21Tu 21
122 We 22
23 Th 23
24 Fr 24
25 Sa 25
26 S 26
27 Mo 27
28 Tu 28
29 We 29
30 Th 130
31 Fr 31


HIGH TIDE.
SN I Moon
R & S IMorn'g Even'g R & 8
HA H uN H M H M

r4 32 9 88 10 2 9 38
s7 3510 26 10 49 10 12
r4 33 11 11 11 35 10 40
s7 84 11 59 .. 11 5
r4 34 0 24 0 4911 28
57 33 1 15 1 41 11 53
r4 G3 2 9 2 37 morn
7 33 3 7 3 37 019
r4 374 94 41 0 49
s7 32 5 13 5 44 1 26
r4 38 6 16 6 471 2 9
s7 31 7 16 7 41 3 3
r4 40 8 5 8 30 stts
s7 30 8 56 9 21 8 47
r4 41 9 44 10 4 9 17
57 29 10 23 10 41 9 43
r4 43 10 59 11 18 10 5
7 2711 38'11 5910 25
r4 44 ... 0 19 10 45
s7 26 0 38 0 59 11 4
r4 46 1 21 1 43 11 25
s7 24 2 6 2 3111 49
r4 48 2 58 3 25 morn
57 22 3 53 4 21 0 18
r4 50 4 51 5 22 0 55
s7 21 5 53 6 23 1 42
r4 51 6 51 7 18 2 38
s7 20 7 43, 8 7 rises
r4 53 8 32' 8 58 8 10
s7 18 9 23 9 46 8 42
r4 55 10 7 10 28 9 9










~----c~- c~, -----Opmnw-
3 a5 to it. MOON'S PHASES. I'C) 0ortk.
4th. Gh. 3m. P.M. LAST QUARTER. 4th..5h.51m. P.M.
11th. Illh. 16m. P.M. NEW Moox. 11th.11h. 4m.P.M.
20th. 2h. 9m. A.M. FIRST QUAIRTBR. 20th. Iih.57m.A.M.,
27th. 8h.45m. A. LL 2th. 8h.45n.A. ULL M 2 h. 83m.A.M.

338oto 1874 Neta Yorv.


HIGH TIDm.
Moom Sun
MOONq ------ x
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8

934 1 44 2 6 r4 52,
9 56 22 2 50 s7 18
10 20 313 3 35 r4 54
1047 4 0 4 27 s7 16
11 20 45 56 526r4 56
morn 558 6 32's7 14
0 0 7 7 43 r4 58
049 8 17 8 50 s7 11
1 47 921 951 r5 0
2 53 10 19 10 44 87 8
sets 11l 7 11 29 r5 2
7 4911 49 ..... s7 6
810 0 9 0 28 r5 4
829 046 1 5 7 3
8 47 123 1 41 r5 7
9 5 1 58 2 15417 0
9 253 2 33 2 510r5 9
9 47 3 9 3 295s6 57
10 13 349 4 11 'r5 11
10 44 4 35 5 2's6 54
11 23 531 6 1 r5 13
morn 6 33 7 6s6 51
0 13 7 40 8 13 r5 15
1 15 8 46 9 161sG 48
2 27 9 4610 15 r5 17
3 4510 42,11 6 ,6 44
rises 11 29 11 51 r5 19
7 36 .... 13 .6 41
7 59 0 35 0 57 r5 21
8 23 1 1 1 39 56 33
850 2 2 2 26.r5 23


D 0.
of ~t

isa
1 Sa

3 Mo
41Tu
5 We
6 Th
7 Fr
8 Sa
9 S
10 Mo
11 Tu
12 We
13 Th
14 Fr
15 Sa
16 S
17 Mo
18 Tu
19 We
20 Th
21 Fr
22 Sa
23 S
24 Mo
25 Tu
26 We
27 Th
8 Fr
29 Sa
30
81 Mo


HIGH TIDE.
D SuN I-x MooN
of R & 8 Morn'g Even'g I & 8

1 r4 56 10 49 11 11 9 34
2 s7 15 11 83 11 56 9 57
3 r4 58 .... O 21 10 23
4 s7 12 0 47 1 1410 51
5 r5 0 1 42 2 12 11 25
6 s7 10 2 44! 3 18 morn
7 r5 2 3 53 4 28 0 6
8 s7 7 5 2 5 35 0 56
9 r5 4 6 7 6 37 1 54
10 s7 5 7 5 7 29 2 59
11 r5 6 7 50 8 111 sets
12 s7 2 8 82 8 54 7 46
13 r5 8 9 14 9 32 8 8
14 s7 0 9 51 10 9 8 28
15 r5 10 10 25 10 41 8 47
16 s6 57 10 58 11 15 9 6
17 r5 12 11 3411 54 9 28
18 s6 54 ..... 0 14 9 51
19 r5 14 0 35 0 58 10 18
20 s6 51 1 22 1 48 10 50
21 r5 16 2 17 2 4811 30
22 s6 48 3 19 3 52 morn
23 r5 18 4 25 4 58 0 20
24 s6 45 5 81 6 2 1 22
25 r5 20 632 7 1 2 33
26 s 42 7 27 7 49 3 50
27 r5 22 8 11 8 35 rises
28 s6 39 8 59 9 21 7 35
29 r5 24 9 43 10 3 8 0
30 s6 36 10 24 10 45 8 25
31 r5 25 11 8 11 32 8 54


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33 o s to it. MOON'S PHASES. WLtcbl Zlorh.
3d. Oh. 10n.A. A. L.Asr QUARTER. 2d. llh. 58m. r.M.
10th. lh.21m.n. .. NEw MooN. 10th. h. 14m. r.M.
S1th. 6h. l M.21 Fitsr QIJA TrER. ISth. 6h. tm. ru..
25th. h. 231m. P.M. FULL MOON. 25th. 5h. lli. r.M.


Sosto n.

MIaH TrnR.
MooN al Sun
R & 8 Morn'g Even'g R & 8
SM HM H t M M

921 2 49 3 13r5 24
9 53 3 40 4 8'.s 33
10 41 4 39 5 12 r5 27
11 40 5 47 6 23 s6 29
morn 6 59 7 34 r529
0 44 8 7 8 39 s6 23
15 9 7 9 33 r5 31
3 1 95810 22 s 22
4 810 43 11 2r5 33
sets 1l 20 11 38 s1 19
6 54 11 5 ... r5 35
7 12 0 11 0 28 s9 15
7 3' 0 45 1 2r5 37
7 59 1 1 19 37 s 312
8 13 1 55 2 14 r5 39
8 42 2 34 2 51 I6 8
9 18 3 15 3 3,r5 41
10 3 4 4 4 31 s5 5
10 59 5 1 .5 31'r5 41
morn 0 8 6 42 s, 1
0 4 7 10 7 50r5 41'
1 17 8 23 8 53 s5 5q
2 33 9 22 9 49 r5 41
3 5 10 15 10 40 s5 54
5 13 11 3 11 25 r5 59
rises 11 49 .... s5 51
1 4:-. 0 8 0 30 r5 52
7 1 0) 53 1 10 s5 47
7 51 40 2 5 r 54
8 3) 2 31 2 53's5 44
......g.......


1 8 4 elW Yoft.
HIGH TIDU.
D SN M ooN
of S of R & 8 Morn'g! Even'g 1 & 8
Mi M H M M H M l M
1 Tu 1 t5 29011 58 .....9 9 20
2 We 2 s6 31 0 26 0 55 10 4
3 Th 3 r5 28 1 26 1 58 10 51
4 Fr 4 s68 2 2 33 3 9 11 47
5 Sa 5 r5 3' 3 45 4 19 morn
6 S 6 s 24 45 5 5 24 0 51
7TMo 7 r5 82 5 521 6 1 1 58
8 Ti 8 s 21 6 44 7 8 3 6
9 We 9 r5 34 7 28 7 45 4 11
10 Tit 10 s6 18 8 21 8 201 set,
11 Fr 11 r5 3P0 8 39j 8 571 0 54
12 Sa 12 0) 14 9 14 9 31 7 13
13 8 13 r5 38 9 4810 5 7 32
14 Mo 14 s 11 10 21 10 38 7 53
15 Tu 15 r5 40 10 56:11 16! 8 18
16 We 16 s 811 371 ..... 8 4i
17 Th 17 r5 42 0 0 0 25 9 24
18 Fr 18 sG 41 0 51 1 18 10 10
19 Sa 19 r5 44 1 47 2 20 11 6
20 20 As 1 2 51 3 28 morn
21 Mo 21 r5 4 4 1 4 34, 0 10
22 Tu 122 s5 58 5 7 5 38 1 22
23 We 23 r5 48 6 8 6 35 2 3'
24 T' 24 s5 54 7 1 7 24 3 58
25 Fr 25 r5 50 7 46 8 8 5 14
20 Sa 26 s5 51 8 31 8 54 rises
37 8 27 r5 52 9 17 9 40 6 52
28 Mo 12S 5 4710 2 10 24 7 22
29 Tu 29 r5 5410 48 11 14' 8 0
39 We 30 s5 44 11 42 .....1 8 40
.. . . ..1 . . . ,


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3o 0t on,. MOON'S PHASES. KN eb 1ortrk.
2d. 8h. 54m. A.M. LAST QUARTER. 2d. 8h.42m.A.M.
10th. <;h. 17m. A.M. NEw MOON. 10th. (;h. 5m.A.M.
18th. 8h. 45m. A.M. FIRST QUAwRTER. 18th. 8h. 33m.A.M.
2.5th. 2h. 37m. A.M. FULL Moo\. 25th. 211. 15i. A.M.
31st. 9h. 16m. r.M. LAST QUARTER. 31st. 9h. 4m. P,M.

33 ostoin. 18 74 Netw Yorl"t.


I GHo TIDs.
Moo.N So 8N
R & S Morn'g Even'g I & 8

9 333 27 3 57 r5 57
10 36 4 29 5 2.55 40
11 44 5 37 6 12 r5 59
morn 6 45 7 16 s5 37
0 53 7 46 8 15 r6 1
2 0 8 40 9 41s5 33
3 5 9 26 9 48 r6 3
4 8 10 8 10 28 s5 30
5 9 10 4611 3 r6 6
S9 11 20 11 36 s5 27
ts t 11 52 .... r6 8
6 17 0 9 0 27 s5 23
6 44 0 45 1 5 r6 10
7 17 1 25 1 46s5 20
7 58 2 7 2 29 r6 13
8 48 2 53 3 17 .15 17
9 48 3 43 4 11176 15
10 56 4 41 5 13s5 14
morn 5 45 6 18 r6 17
0 9 6 51 7 23's5 11
1 25 7 54 8 23'r6 20
2 43 8 51 9 17 s5 8
4 21 9 43 10 8'r6 22
5 22 10 3310 571 5 5
rises 11 20 11 43 r6 24,
5 46 ..... 0 6!s5 2
6 29 0 31 0 57 r6 27
7 21 1 24 1 52. 54 59
8 23 2 20 2 48 r6 29
9 31 3 17 3 46,s4 56
10 42 4 15 5 45 r6 32


D oJ D
of t of

1 Th 1
2 Fr 2
3 Sa 3
4 S -4
5 31o 5
6 Tu 6
71 We 7
8 Th 8
9 Fr 9
10 Sa 10
11 S 11
12 Mo 12
13 Tu 13
14 We 14
15 Th 1.5
16 Fr 16
17 Sa 17
18 S 18
19 Mo 19
20 Tu 20
21 We 21
22 Th 22
23, Fr 23
24 SP 24
25 S 25
26: 3o 26
27 Tu 27
28 We 28
291Th 29
301 Fr 30
31 Sa 31


HIGH TID. MiO:
R & S Morn'g Even'g, I & 8
H A H HK H M

r5 56 0 12 0 441 9 40
5 41 1 16 1 48 10 43
r5 58 2 23 2 58 11 50
s5 381 3 30 4 1 morn
r6 0 4 31 4 59 0 58
s5 34 5 25| 5 49 2 4
r 2 6 12 6 341 3 8
55 31 6 55 7 14 4 9
r6 5 7 30 7 46 5 9
s5 28 8 2 8 18 6 8
r6 7 8 361 8 55, sets
s5 25 9 131 9 31i 6 21
r6 9 9 51 10 11 6 49
s5 2210 30 10 50 7 23
r6 1111 1211 36 8 5
5 19 ... 2 8 55
r6 13 0 29 0 58 9 55
s5 1 1 28 1 5911 2
r6 15 2 31 3 4 morn
s5 13 3 36 4 8 0 14
,6 17 4 39 5 8, 1 28
s5 10 5 86 6 3 2 45
76 20 6 29 6 55 4 2
s5 7 7 19 7 40 5 21
r6 22 8 2 8 26 rises
s5 4 8 51 9 171 5 51
r6 24 9 43 10 91 6 85
s5 2 10 36 11 3 7 2b
r6 26 11 31 .....! 8 30
v4 59 0 1 0 32 9 37
r6 29 1 2 1 82 10 47


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IS 0 to t. MOON'S PHASES. iu ortt.

fth. Oh. 50mn. A.M. NEW MooN. 9th. Oh. 38m. A.M.
16th. 91h. 10m. P.M.. FIRST QUARTER. 16th. 8h. 58m. P.M.
23d. Oh. 50m. P.M. FULL MooN. 23d. Oh. 3. 3m. .M.
30th. Ih. 45m. P.M. LAST QUARTER. 30th. Il. 33m. P.31

3osto 1 87 4 NdC yorit.


SHIan TIDE.
Moo --- SUN
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8

11 51 5 16 5 47 r6 33
morn 6 15 6 43 .4 52
0 57 7 11 7 37 r6 36
2 0 8 1 8 24 s4 50
3 2 8 46 9 7 r6 38
4 2 9 27 9 47, 4 48
5 310 6 10 25 r6 41
6 5,10 44 11 3 s4 45
sets 11 21 11 40 r6 43
5 18 .. 0 0.4 43
5 56 0 20 0 41 6 46
G 44 1 3 1 20 s4 41
7 41 1 49 2 13'r6 48
8 40 2 38 3 2 s4 39
9 55 3 27 3 53 r6 51
11 8 4 21 4 5014 37
morn 5 19 5 48'r6 53
0 22 6 18 6 47 s4 36
1 371 7 16 7 45 r6 56
2 53 8 14 8 42 s4 34
4 11 9 9 9 37 r6 58
5 33 10 4 10 31 s4 33
rises '10 58 11 24 r7 1
5 411 49 4 32
6 3 0 16 0 43 r7 3
7 11 1 11 1 39 s4 31
8 24 2 7 234 r7 5
936 3 0 3 254 30
10 45 3 51 4 17,r7 7
11 50 4 42 5 7s4 29
a aa ... a. .. ..1 9 0@


.........1.


D 1'. D,
of of

1 S 1
21Mo 2
3 Tu 3
4 We 4
5 Th 5
61Fr 6
7Sa 7


11 We 11
12 Th 12
13 Fr 13
14 Sa 14
15 S15
16 Mo 016
17 Tu 17
18 We 18
19 Th 19
20 Fr 20
21 Sa 21
22 S 22
23 Mo 23
24 Tu 24
25 We 25
26! Th 26
27 Fr 27
28 Sa 28
29 S 29
30 Mo 30
a. ..0).0


HIGH TIDE.
N ----------- Moo
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8
M H M H M H Mm

r6 30 2 3 2 33 1155
4 56 3 2 3 29 morn
r6 32 3 56 4 22 1 0
54 53 4 45 5 82 2
r6 35 5 81 553 3 2
4 51 6 13 6 33 4 1
r6 37 6 52 7 11 5 1
4 49 7 29 7 46 6 2
r6 40 8 3 8 22 sets
4 47 8 43 9 6 5 24
r6 42 928 949 6 3
54 45 10 11 10 33' 6 51
r 44 10 56 11 20 7 48
54 43 11 46 ..... 8 52
r6 47 0 13 0 4010 0
4 41 1 8 1 36 11 12
r6 49 2 5 2 34 morn
4 40 3 4 3 33 0 24
r6 52 4 1 4 30 1 38
A4 39 4 58 5 27 2 52
r6 54 5 55 6 231 4 9
s4 38 6 50 7 161 5 29
r6 56 7 41 8 6 rises
s4 37 8 32 9 0 5 11
r6 58 9 29 9 57 6 10
4 3610 24'10 50 7 18
r7 0 11 16 11 43 8 30
4 35..... 0 11 9 41
r 2 0 38 1 41048
4 34 1291 1 5311 52
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Sos to MOON'S PHASES. NLe gorft,


8th. 7h. 22m. P.M. NEW MOON.
16th. 7h. 40m. A.M. FIRST QUARTER.
23d. Oh. 12m. A.M. FULL MOON.
30th. 9h 52m. A.M. I LAST QUARTER.


8thh. h.10n P.M.
16th. 7h. 28m. A.M.
23d. Oh. Om. A.M.
30th. 9h. 40m. A.M.


33 o0ton. i 7 4 Neb Yrtott.

HIan TIDE. HIGH TIDE.
MooN SoN D D S -- -- MOON
R & S Morn'g Even'g R & 8 of g of R & 8 Morn'g Even'g K &
It Al H K KM MitK M K M H M}H H K R
morn 5 33 5 59 r7 9 1 Tu 1 r7 4 2 19 2 45 nrn
0 52 6 24 6 48 4 28 2 We 2 .4 33 3 93 33 0 53
1 53 7 11 7 34 r7 11 3 Th 3 r7 6 3 56 4 19 1 53
2 54 7 57 8 19 4 28 4 Fr 4 s4 33 4 41 5 3 2 52
3 56 8 42 9 4 r7 14 5 Sa 5 r7 8 5 26 5 49 3 53
5 0 9 27 9 49 4 28 6 8 6 A4 33 6 12 6 35 4 56
6 4 10 1210 34 r7 16 7 Mo 7 r7 10 6 58 7 20 5 59
7 910 5' 11 18s4 28 8 Tu 8 s4 33 7 40 8 0 7 3
sets 11 39 .. r7 17 9 We 9 r7 12 8 23 8 46 sets
5 35 0 1 0 244 28 10 Th 10 44 339 9 9 33 5 42
6 38 0 47 1 ll!r7 19 11 Fr 11 r7 14 9 5710 20 6 44
7 47 1 35 1 59s4 28 12 Sa 12 s4 8310 4211 41 7 52
8 59 2 22 2 45 r7 21 13 8 13 r7 10111 29 11 54 9 3
10 11 3 9 3 33's4 28 14 M1o 14 s4 34 .... 0 1910 14
11 23 3 57 4 22;r7 22 15 Tu 15 r7 17 0 44 1 9 11 24
morn 4 48 5 15 4 29 16 We 16 4 84 1 35 2 2 morn
0 36 543 6 11-?7 24 17 Th 17 r7 18 2 29. 2 57 0 38
51 51 6 83 7 9s4 29 18 Fr 18 s4 35 3 25 3 55 1 4)
2 8 7 40 8 11 r7 25 19 Sa 19 r7 20 4 25 4 55 3 5
4 28 841 9 12 s4 30 20 20 s4 35 5 26 5 57 4 23
5 49 942 10 12 r7 26 21 1o 21 r7 21 6 28 6 58 5 43
7 810 4211i 10 st 31 22 Tu 22 s4 7 7 27 7 53 7 1
rises !11 3 .....r7 27 23 We 23 r7 22 2 8 20 8 49 ries
5 5') 0 5 032 4 32 24 Th 24 s4 38 9 19 9 46i 6 5
7 141 0 5S 1 23r7-28 25 Fr 25 r7 22 10 9 10 31 7 19
8 27 1 47 2 11.-4 34 26 Sa 26 .,4 3'10 53 11 16j 831
9 36 2 34 2 56r7 29 271 27 r7 23 11 80 .... 9 389
10 41 3 17 3 38 .4 35 28 'o 28 ,s4 40 0 2 0 24 10 42
11 43' 3 59 4 20 r7 29 29 Tu 29 r7 24 0 46 1 711 43
onrn1 442 5 5 .4 36 30 We 30 s4 421 29 1 .1 morn
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JAN UA Y.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, ... 2d. lh.13m. P.M.
Last Quarter, 10d. 2h. 5m. P.M.
New Moon, . 18d. 2h.10m. A.M.
First Quarter, 24d, 6h.52m. P.M.


D Day
of of
M Week
1 Th
2 Fr
3 Sa
4 S
5 Mo
6 Tu
7 We
8 Th
9 Fr
10 Sa
11 S
12 Mo
13 Tu
14 We
15 Th
16 Fr
17 Sa
18 8
19 Mo
20 Tu
21 ,We
22 Th
23 Fr
24 Sa
25
26 Mo
27 Tu
28 We
29 Th
30 Fr
31 Sa


Sun Sun Moon
Rises Sets R. & S.
H M H m M
7 29 4 39 6 43
7 29 4 40 rises
7 29 4 40 5 30
7 29 4 41 6 34
7 29 4 42 7 39
7 29 4 43 8 43
7 29 4 44 9 44
7 28 4 45 10 45
7 28 4 46 11 45
7 28 4 47 morn
7 28 4 48 0 46
7 274 449 1 48
7.27 4 51 2 54
726 4 52 4 2
7 26 4A53 5 12
7 25 4 54 6 17
7 25 4 55 7 16
7 24 4 57 sets
7 24 4 58 6 36
7 23 459 7 57
7 22 5 0 914
7 22 5 1 10 30
7 21 5 3 11 45
7 21 5 4 morn
7 20 5 5 0 58
7 19 5 6 2 12
7 18 5 8 3 25
71715 9 4 34
7 16 5 11 5 35
7 15 5 12 6 29
7 14,7 13: 7 14


FPE B 1ITA R Y.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon,. Id. 51.46m. A.M.
Last Quarter, 9d.10h.39m. A.M.
New Moon, 16d. lh.25m. P.M.
First Quarter, 23d. 4h.55m. A.M.


D Day
of of
M Week
IS
2 Mo
3 Tu
4 We
5 Th
6 Fr
7 Sa
8 I
9 Mo
10 Tu
11 We
12 Th
13 Fr
14 Sa
15 S
16 Mol
17 Tu
18 We
19 Th
20 Fr
21 Sa
22 S
23 Mo
24 Tu
25 We
26 Th
27 Fr
28 Sa
.. ....
.. ....


Sun Sun Moon
Ribes Sets R. & S.
H mn x H M
7 13 5 14 rises
7 12 5 16 6 30
7 11 5 17 7 33
7 10 5 18 8 34
7 9 5 19 9 35
7 8 5 21 10 35
7 6 522 11 35
7 5 5 24 morn
7 4 525 0 39
7 3 5 26 1 45
7 1 5 27 2 53
7 0 529 3 58
6 58 530 5 0
6 57 5 31 5 55
6 5 5532 6 40
654 5 34 sets:
6 53 5 35 6 50
6 51 5 37 8 11
6 50 538 9 29
6 49 5 39 10 45
6 47 540 morn
6 46 5 42 0 1
6 44 543 1 16
6 43 5 44 2 28
6 41 5 45 3 32
6 40 5 46 4 28
6 38 548 5 14
637 5 49 5 49


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M1fAR BC.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, .. 2d. llh. 31m. P.M.
Last Quarter,lld. 3h. 44m. A.M.
New Moon,. 17d. ilh. 12m. P.M.
First Quarter,24d. 4h. 41m. P.M.


D Day
of of
)M Week
.1 S
2 Mo
3 Tu
4 We
5 Th
6 Fr
7 Sa
8 S
9 Mo
10 Tu
11 We
12 Th
13 Fr
14 Sa
15 8
16 Mo
17 Tu
18 We
19 Th
20 Fr
21 Sa
22 S
23 Mo
24 Tu
25 We
26 Th
27 Fr
28 Sa
29 S
30 Mo.
31 Tu.


Sun Sun
.Rises Sets
Hi H M
6 35 5 50
6 33 5 51
6 32 5 52
6 30 5 54
6 29 5 55
6 27 5 56
6 25 5 57
6 24 5 58
6 22 6 0
621 6 1
6 19 6 2
6 17 6 3
6 15 6 4
6 14 6 6
6 12 6 7
6 10 6 8
6 8 6 9
6 716 10
6 5 6 11
6 4 6 12
6 2 6 13
6 0 6 14
5 58 6 15
5 57 6 17
5 55 6 18
5 53 6 19
5 51 6 20
5 49 6 21
5 48 6 22
5 46 6 23
5 44 6 24


Moon
R. & S.
H M
6 19
rises
6 25
7 26
8 26
9 26
10 28
11 34
morn
0 40
1 45
2 46
3 42
4 31
5 10
5 42
6 11
sets
8 20
9 40
10 59
morn
0 15
1 24
2 24
3 14
3 53
4 24
4 50
5 11
5 31


MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, .d. 5h. 29m. P.M.
Last Quarter,. 9d. 4h. 30m. P.M.
New Moon, 16d.. h. 3m. A.M.
First Quarter, 23d. 6h. 13m. A.M.


D Day
of of
M Week
1 We
2 Th
3 Fr
4 Sa
5 S
6 Mo
7 Tu
8 We
9 Th
10 Fr
11 Sa
12 8
13 Mo
14 Tu
15 We
16 Th
17 Fr
18 Sa
19 8
20 Mo
21 Tu
22 We
23 Th
24 Fr
25 Sa
26 8
27 Mo
28 Tu
29 We
30 Td
a .


Sun
Rises

5 42
5 41
5 39
5 38
5 36
534
532
531
5 29
5 27
5 25
524
522
521
5 19
5 18
5 16
5 15
5 13
5 12
5 10
5 9
5 7
5 6
5 4
5 3
5 1
5 0
4 58
4 57


Sun
Sets
H S
6 25
6 26
6 28
6 29
6 30
6 31
6 32
6 33
6 34
6 35
636
637
6 39
6 40
641
6 42
6 43
644
6 45
6 46
6 47
6 48
649
6 O50
6 51
6 52
6 53
6 55,
6 56
6 575
a ... ,


Moon
R. & 8.
H M
rises
7 20
8 21
9 25
10 30
11 36
morn
0 38
1 35
2 25
3 6
3 40
4 9
4 35
5 0
sets
8 32
-9 51
11 6
morn
0 12
1 8
1 53
2 27
2 55
3 17
3 37
3 55
.4 13
4 32
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2IfAt Y,

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, Id. 10h. 19m. A.M.
Last Quarter, 9d I. 23m, A.M.
New Moon, 15d. 4h. 27m. P.M.
First Quartcr,2'd. 9h. 29m. P.M.
Full Mouu, t1d. O3ii. .. m AM.M

D Day Sun Sun Moon
f of Rises Sets R. & 8.
M 1 Week a Ma H H a
1 Fr 4 56 6 58 rises
2 Sa 4 55 6 59 8 21
3 8 4 53 7 0 9 29
4 Mo 4 52 7 111032
5 Tu 4 51 7 2 11 30
61 We 4 50 7 3 morn
7 Th 4 49 7 4 1 .0 22
8 Fr 4 47 7 6 1 6
9 Sa 4 46 7 7 1 41
101 445 7 8 210
11 -Mo 4 44 7 9 2 37
12 Tu 4 43 710 3
13 We 4 41 7 11 324
14 1 Th 440 7 12 3 51
15 Fr 439 7 13 sets
1 Sa 4 38 7 14 8 41
17 4 37 7 15 954
18 Mo 4 37 7 161056
19 Tu 436 7 17 11 47
201 We 4 35 7 18 morn
21 Th 4 347 19 0 26
22 Fr 4 33 720 0 56
23 Sa 4 33 720 1 21
248 4 32 7 21 1 43
25 Mo. 4 31 7 22 2. 2
26 Tu. 4 30 7 23 2 20
27 We 4 30 7 24 2 38
28 Th 4 29 724 2 58
29 Fr 4 29 7 25 3 21
30 Sa 4 28 7 21 3 49
31 4 28 7 27 rises


e JU NE .

MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter, 7d. 71i. 28mu. A.M.
New Moon, 14d. Ih. 2m. A.M.
First Quarter, 21d. 21i. 10m. P.M.
Full Moon, 29d. Oh. 58m. P.M.


D Day
of of
M Week
1 Mo
2 Tu
3 We
4 Th
5 Fr
6 Sa
7 8I
8 Mo.
9 Tu
10 We
11 Th
12 Fr
13 Sa
14 8
15 Mo
16 Tu
17 We
18 Th
19 Fr
20 San
21 k8
22 Mo
23 Tu
24 We
25 Th
1 26 Fr
27 Sa
I 28 8
29 3Mo
30 1Tu.
S.. ....


Sun Sun Moon
Rises Sets R. & S.
H M H M H M
4 27 7 28 9 25
4 27 7 28 10 20
4:26 7 29 11 6
4 26 7 30 11 43
4 26 7 31 morn
4 26 731 0 14
4 25 7 32 0 40
4 25 7 32 1 4
4 25 7 33 1 26
4 25 734 1 50
425 7 34 2 17
4 24 7 35 2 48
4 24 7 35 3 27
4 24 7 36 sets
424 7 36 9 36
424 7 36 10 21
4 24 7 37 10 55
424 7 37 11 22
4 247 37 11 45
4 25 7 37 nmorn
4 25 7 0 6
4 26 7 38 0 24
4 26 7 38 0 43
4 26 7 38 1 3
4 26 7 38 1 24
4 26 7 38 1 49
4 27 7 89 2 20
4 27 7 39 3 0.
4 27 7 89 rises
4 28 7 89 9 3
. 1 ,,a ,.


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JULY.

MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter, 6d. Oh. 12m. P.M.
New Moon, 13d. 10bi. 38m. A.M
First Quarter,21d. 7h. 41m. A.M.
Full Moon, 28d.10h. 53m. P.M.

D Day Sun Sun Moon
of of Rises Sets R. & S.
M Week H a H x
I We 4 28 7 38 9 44
2 Th 4 29 7 38 10 17
3 Fr 4 29 7 38 10 44
4 Sa 4 30 | 7 38 11 8
5 8 4 31 7 38 11 30
6 Mo 4 31 7 37 11 53
7 Tu 4 32 7 37 morn
8 We 4 32 7 36 0 19
9 Th 4 33 117 36 0 48
10 Fr 4 34 7 36 1 23
11 Sa 4 35 7 35 2 6
12 8 4 35 7 35 3 0
13 Mo 4 36 7 34 sets
14 Tu 437 7 34 8 53
15 We 4 38 7 33 9 22
16 Th 4 39 7 33 947
17 Fr 4 39 7 32 10 9
18 Sa 4 40 7 32 10 28'
19 8 4 41 7 31 10 46
20 Mo. 4 42 7 30 11 4
21 Tu. 4 43 729 11 25
22 We 4 4 7 29 11 48
23 Th 4 45 7 28 morn
24 Fr 4 46 7 27 0 16
25 Sa 4 47 7 26 0 52
26 8 4 48 7 25 1 89
27 Mo 4 48 7 24 2 35
28 Tu 4 49 723 rises
29 We 4 50 7 22 8 16
30 Th 4 51 7 21 8 46
31 Fr 4 5217 201 9 13


A U G UST .

MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter 44. 41. 57m. P.M.
hew Muon, lid. 10h. 10m. P.M.
First Quarter, 20d. 1h. 3m. A.M.
Full Moan, 27d. 7h. 39m, A.M.


D Day
of of
AM Week
1 Sa
2 8
3 Mo
4 Tu
5 We
6 Th
7 Fr
8 Sa
9 8
10 Mo
11 Tu

13 Th
14 Fu
15 Sa
16 8
17 Mo
18 Tu
19i We
20 Th
21 Fr
22 Sa
23 S
24 Mo
25 Tu
26 We'
27 Th
28 Fr
29 Sa
30 8
31 Mo


Sun
Rises

4 53
4 54
4 55
4 56
4 57
458
;4 59
5 0
5 1
5 2
5 4
5 5
5 6
5 7
5 8
5 9
5 10
5 11
5 12
5 13
5 14
5 15
5 16
5 17
5 18
5 19
5 20
5 21
5 22
5 23
5 24


Sun Moon
Sets R. & 8.
H M H M
7 18 936
7 17 9 58
7 16 10 23
7 15 10 50
7 14 11 23
7 12 morn
7 11 0 3
7 10 0 53
7 9 1 51
7 8 2 56
7 6 sets
7 51 7 50
7 4 8 11
7 2 831
7 1 849
6 59 9 7
6 58 9 28
6 56 950
6 t5 10 16
6 53 10 47
6 52 11 27
6 50 morn
6 49 0 17
6 47 1 19
6 46 2 30
6 44 3 48
6 43 riFes
G 41 7 a8
6 89 8 1
6 38 8 25
6 36 8 53


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SEPTEMBER.
MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter, 2d. llh. 4m. P.M.
New Moon, 1Cd. Ob. 20m. P.M.
First Quarter,18d. 5h. 15m. P.M.
Full Moon, 25d. 4h. 17w. P.M.


D Day
of of
M Week
1 Tu
2 We
3, Th
4 Fr
5 Sa
6 S
7 Mo
8 Tu
9 We
10 Th
11 Fr
12 .3a
13 1
14 Mo
15 Tu
16 We
17 Th
18 Fr
19 Sa
20 S
21 Mo.
22 Tu.
23 We
24 Th
25 Fr
26 Sa
27 S
28 Mo
29! Tu
30[ We


Sun Sun Moon
Rises Sets R. & S.
n M5 H 5 M H
5 25 6 35 9 24
526 6 33 10 1
5 27 6 31 10 48
5 28 6 29 11 44
5 30 6 28 morn
5 31 6 26 0 47
5 32 6 24 1 55
5 33 6 22 3 4
5 34 6 21 4 11
535 6 19 sets
5 36 6 18 6 56
5 37 6 16 7 14
5 38 6 14 733
539 6 12 7 53
5 40 6 11 I 16
5 41 6 9 8 45
5 42 6 7 9 21
5 43 6 5 10 7
5 44 6 311 3
545 6 2 morn
5 46 60 0 7
5 47 5 58 1 20
5 48 5 56 2 38
5 49 5 54 3 58
5 51 5 53 5 15
5 52 5 51 rises
5 53 549 6 52
5 54 5 47 7 21
5 55 5 46 7 57
5 56 5 441 8 43
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0 OCTOBER.

MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter, 2d. 71. 48m. A.M.
lSew l un, l1d. 5b. llm. A.IA.
FPlat Quarter, Itid.. 7 39. M.
Full Moon, 25d. lh. imn. A.M.
Last Quarter, 31d. bt. lom. P.M.

D Day Sun Sun Moon
of of Risea Sets R. & S.
M Week H M R M a M
1 Th 5 57 5 43 9 37
2 Fr 5 58 5 41 110 40
3 Sa 5 59 5 89 11 47
4 S 6 0 5 37 morn
5 Mo 6 25 36 0 56
6 Tu 6 35 34 2 3
7 We 6 4 5 32 3 8
8 Th 6 5 5 30 4 10
9 Fr 6 6 5 29 5 11
10 Sa 6 7 5 27 6 11
11 S 6 8 5 261 sets
12 Mo 6 9 5 24 6 20
13 Tu 6 10 5 22 6 47
141 We 6 11 5 21 7 20
15 iTh 6 135 1) 8 2
16 .r 6 14i5 18 8 52
17 Sa 6 15 5 16-9 52
18 8 6 16 5 14 10 59
19 Mo 6 17 5 13 moru
20 Tu 6 19 5 11 i 0 12
21 We 6 20 5 10 1 28
22 Th 6 21 5 8 2 45
23 Fr 6 22 5 7 4 4
24 Sa 6 2.5 5 5 24
25 -S 6 25 5 4 rises
26 Mo 6 26 5 2 5 49
27 tu 6 27 5 1 6 a2
28 We 6 28 5 0 7 25
29 Th 6 29 4 58 8 27
30 Fr 6 31 4 57 9 34
31 Sa 6 32 4 55 10 45


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MOON'S PHASES.
New Moon,. 8d. 11. ll 44m. P.M.
First Quarter.16d. 8h. 4m. P.M.
Full Moon, 23d.llh. 44m. A.M.
Last Quarter, 30d. Oh. 30m. P.M.

D Day Sun Sun Moon
of of Rises Sets R. & S.
M Week H -M H M I m
1 S 633 4 54 11 54
2 Mo 6 34 4 53 morn
3 Tu 6 35 4 52 1 0
4 We 6 37 4 50 2 2
5 Th 6 38 4 49 3 4
6 Fr 6 39 4 48 4 4
7 Sa 6 40 4 47 5 5
8 I 6 42:4 46 6 6
9 M-o 6 43 4 45 sets
10 Tu 6 45 4 44 5 21
11 We 6 46 4 43 6 0
12 Th 6 47 4 42 6 48
13 Fr 6 48i441 7 45
11 Sa 650 4 40 8 49
15 S 6 51 4 39 9 58
16 Mo. 6 52 4 38 11 11
17 Tu. 6 53 4 37 morn
18 We 6 54 4 36 0 25
19 Th 6 53 4 36 139
20 Fr 6 57; 4 35 2 55
21 Sa 6 581 4 31 4 13
22 S 6 59 4 33 5 34
23 Mo 7 0 4 33 rises
24, Tu 7 2.4 32 5 8
25I We 7 3 3432 6 7
26 Th 7 4 4 31 7 15
27 Fr 7 5 4 31 8 27
28 Sa 7 6 4 30 9 39
29 S 774 30 10 48
30 o 7 8 4 29 11 52
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MOON'S PHASES.
New Moon, 8d. 6h. 16m. P.M.
First Quarter, 16d. 6h. 34m. A.M.
Full M on, 22d.llh. 6m P.M.
Last Quarter, 30d. Sh. 40m. A.M.


D Day
of of
M Week
1 Tu
2 We
3 Th
4 Fr
5 Sat
6 5
7. Mo
8 Tu
9 We
10 Th
11 Fr
12 Sa
13 S
14 Mo
15 Tun
16 We
17 Th
18 Fr
19, Sa
20 S
21 Mo
22 Tu
23 XWe
24 Th
25 Fr
26 Sa
27 S
28 Mo
29. Tu
30 We
31 Th


Sun Sun Moon-
Rises. Sets R. & S.
H u M~a H M
7 9 4 29 morn
7 10 4 29 0 54
7 11 4 29 1 55
7 12 4 28 2 56
7 13 4 28 3 57
7 14 4 28 5 1
7 15 4 28 6 5
7 16 4 28 7 10
7 17 4 28 sets
7 18 4 28 5 39
7 19 4 28 6 41
7 20:4 28 7 50
721 14 28 9 2
7 211 429 10 14
7 22 4 29 11 25
7 23 4 29 morn
7 24 4 29 0 38
.7 24 4 80 1 53:
7 25 4 30 3 9
7 25 4 31 4 29
7 26 4 31 5 50
7 26 4 82 7 8
7 27 4 32 rises
7 27 4 33 6 2
7 28 4 33 7 17
7 28 4 34 8 30
7 28 4 35 9 39
7 28 4 3 10 43
7 20 4 36 11 45
7 29 4 37 morn
7 29 4 381 0 46


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