Otis Keene Diary, 1880

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Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1880
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-
Publication Date:

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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.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
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        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
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        Page 35
        Page 36
    January 1880
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
    May 1880
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
    August 1880
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
    September 1880
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
    October 1880
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
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        Page 76
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        Page 78
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    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
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    Back Cover
        Page 107
Full Text








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Counting-House e.Catenmd

1880.

Su lTu WeI 1V h T r Sa Su Iu.TulWe Tli c Sa
.. .. .. .. i 2 3 - - i 3
123 2 3
4 678 9 o 4567 8
,S 12 13 14 rS 1 6 17 i '5 6 17
IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 23 29 30 31 25 26 2 28 29 30 31

S213 4 5 6 7 12 3 4 5 67
S9 10 11 12 13 14 S 9 12 3 14
S15 1 17 IS 19 20 21 i 1i6 17 IS 19 20 21
22 2 24- 25 26 27 28 22 23 2425 26 2 28
29 .. .. . .. .. 29 3 1 *.* **. *.
S.. 2 3 4 5 6 .. .. .. 2 3 4
S7 S 9 ro i 12 23 5 6 7 8 9 .0 11
141 15 16 17 13 19 20 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
S2122 23 24 252627 9 20 21 22 23 24 25
28 29 31 .. .. .. 2627 2 29 30 ..
.. .. .. .. I 2 3 .. ...... 2
4 5 678 910 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
II 12 13 14 156 17 U II 12 13 14 15 16
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 0 7S 19 20 ZI 22 23
S25 26 27 2S 29 30 .. 24 25 26 27128 29 30
.. . . 3 ** ** *.. .. *
3 4 5 6 7 8 42 4 56
9 o 10 12 13 14 15 r' 8 9 io 11 12 13
i6; 7 18 1,9 202 21 14 15 16 i7 18 9 20
23 24 25 26 27 2S 29 21 22 2 324 25 26 27
30 31 .. .. .. . .. 38 2 .. ..
S . .,2 3 4 5 2 -.3 4
S 6 7 '8 9 0 ii 12 6 5 6 .7 8 9 10o
13 14 15 6 17 18 19 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 I8
20 1 22 23 24 25 26 19 .20 21 22 23 .24 25
S2728 29 30 .. .. .. 627 2 29 30 31 -*
. .. . I..







WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

MEASURE OF LENGTH.
4 In. make i H nd. 3 eet make \'ard.
7.92 Link. 5\ Yds. R" Hod or Pole
B In. Cubit. 40 Poles Furlong.
X2 In. FooL Furl. A Mle
6 Ft. Fathom. 69 .6 Miles Degree.
60 Geographical Mlles make i Degree.
MEASURE OF SURFACE.
44 Square Inches make i Square Foo.
9 Square Feet Square Yard.
30 Square \ yards Rod, Perch or Pole.
40 Square Rods Square Rood.
4 Square Roods i Square Acre.
o' Square Chams Square Acre.
640 Square Acres l Square Mile.
Guntir' Chain equal to 12 ards or too Links.
MEASURE OF SOLIDITY.
1728 Cubic Inches make 1 Cubic FwoL
27 Cubic Fee t I Cubic Yard.
AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT.
27gi Grains make z Drachm (dr.) or 2; Grains.
t6 Drachms" Ounce to.) or 437 "
j6 Ounces Pound lb.) or 700 "
28 Pounds Quarter 1qr.)
4 Quarters Hundred-Weight (cw.)
20 Cu. T Ton.
TROY WEIGHT.
24 Grains make v Pennyweight, or 24 Grains.
t Pennywts. i Ounce, or 40 "
is Ounces Pound, or 5760
APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT.
20 Grains make i Scruple. 8 Drachms make i Ounce.
3 Scruples Drachm. 12 Ounces z Pound.
DIAMOND WEIGHT.
z6 Pans make i Gra;n (8-olthe Grain Troy)
4 Grains i Carat (3 5h Grains Troy.)
LIQUID MEASURE.
4 Gills make z Pint. 2 Gallons make z Peck.
a Pint i Quart. 31i Gallons Barrel
4 Quarts" Gallon. 54' Gallons a Hhd.
DRY MEASURE.
8 Quarts make i Peck. I 8 Bushels make i Quarter.
4 Pecks Bushel. I 36 Bushels 1 Chaldron.
I Bushel equal to 285tl cubic in. nearly.
A Bushel of Whert is on an average 6o Ibs: Barley or Buckwheat,
46 Ibs.; Indian Corn or Rye, 56 lbs.: Oats, 3 lbs : Salt, 70 lbs.: Poaltoes,
60 lbs.; Peas, 64 lbs.; Beans, 63 lbs., Clover Seed, 6o lbs., Flax Seed,
56 lbs.: Timothy Seed, So Ibs. 14 Is. of Lead or Iron make r Stone;
asz Stone, i Pig. I Bbl. of Flour contains 96 lbs.; Beef or Pork, 200 lbs.
The Imperial Gallon is o bas. avoirdupois of pure water; Pint a 1-4 lbs.







WEIGHT PER BUSHEL OF GRANrETC.


The following Table sIhow t he number of pound. per bushel required,
Lb l.i or custom, in tile slle of arncles specified, in the several States ol
the Un;on. (OicialJ.



STA. T Si *S B


Maine............ ...... 48 I .. 6 o505. 3 .. 60 564
N. Hampshire ... ..... . i. 5 .. 3o bo 56 60 . .. .
V.rmonll............. ... 1 .. 3200 56 0 '0 0 1104
Ma achusetls ........ .. 4. 48 j 50 o 5 32 01 56 60
Counecticat ............... 4 .. . ..56 .....
New York................ I 43 58 32j t 56 6 .. 62 60o 4
Ne Jersey .............. 48 .. 6 30ooo56.o. 64 .
Pennsylvania..... ..... 1 S 4 5 .. .. 30 6 5605.. .. 62 ..
Delanware..... ..... ... .. .. 6 .. .. 6..
Maryl nd............ 4 .. IS 4 ..6 5. 32 60 56 6o 5 6264 s
Dist. Columbia... ...... 47 48 .. 56 48 57 32 56 6 60 S5o 5 62 60 45
Virgini ...... .......48 8 .. 56 32 56 6o 56 6064 45
Wces Virginia ............ 8 5S s o 56 48 3;32 o 6 6o 60 6o 6o 45
North Carolina............ 43 o5 4 46 .. 30o 56 .. .. 64
Suulh Carolina ........... 48 56 6o 56. 5 57 3 6 56 C5 6o ..
Georgia................. ..4 So 6j 10 7 5 36 6 .. 60 45
Loui aana................. 3a .. s6 3 6o ....
Ark.nss ................ 48 52 So q6 50 5' 32 6oC 56 60o .. 60 60o I
Tennessee ................ 48 5 56 3 6 ... 6o.. 45
Kentucky............... 48 j .. 56 5 57 33 656 6c .. o 60 45
Ohio ............. ....... 4 50. 56 .. 32 6o 660.... 6o6045
Michigan................. 8 4 0So 56 .. 51 32 o 56 6o 56 S to6 45
Indan........................ 48 5o o6 50 48 32 6o 56 6 6 ..
Illinois.............. 48 5 .. 6 43 7 2 6o 56 60 50 .. 6c o
Wisconsin ................ 4 5o .. 56 .. 32 6: 56 o . 6 ..
M;nnesota................ 48 42 56 . 32 6o 50 .. o ..
Iowa ............. ....... 4 5 .. 56.. 57 33 6o 56 650.. 60 45
Miasouri................... 48 5: .. 5 .. 573 6u 60o 606o 15
Kanss ................. 50 5 56 so 57 ; 6n 5 60 o 5 '0.. 45
Nebraska................. i .. 56 7 34 6o i 60 50 5 6o 60 45
Caliiornia......... ....... 5u 4r .. 2 .. 32 .. 54 6 .
Oregon ................... 46 5 .. 366 566 . . ..







INTEREST TABLE."

SIX PER CENT.


TIME. SI 5:2 3 54 515 16 S7 [S iQ 1io o10o0 flooo


I D'v.
2 "
3 "
4 "
5
o L7

8 "
9
10 "
II
12 "
'3 '.
14 '"
'5 "
16 "
17 "
18 "
19 '
20 "
21 "
22
23 "
24 "
25 "
26 "
27
2S
29 "
I Mo
2 "
3
4 "
"I "
6 "

8 "
9 "
IC "
* I "
I Y'R.


10 13
12 15
14 IS
l6 2o
18 23
20 25
22 2
24 30


I7
33
50
67

I o0
I 17
1 33
I 50
67

2 00
2 17
2 33
2 50
2 67
2 S3
3 oo
3 17
3 33
3 50
3 67
3 S3
4 oo
4 17
4 33
4 50
4 67
4 53
500
5 oo
10 00
15 co
20 00
25 00
30 00
35 o0
40 oo
45 o0
50 oo
55 00
60 oo






RATE OF INCOME ON INVESTMENTS,

Par value being oc0, bearing interest at


P'ri Pa i.

$50


65
70
75
8o

8g
879
90
92.3
95r
96
97
973
98
,99
100
101
102
103
104
Iio
110
I"5
120
125
130
'35
140
145
150


5 r
10.00
So90
S 33
7.69
7.14
o5.66
6.25
600
5.88
5.71
5-55
5.40
5.26
, 5. o0
*5-'.S
, 5.15
5.12
5 o1
5.05
5.00
4.95
4.90
4.85
4.80
4 76
4.54
4.34
4.16
4.00
3.84
3.70
3 57
3.44
3.33


6'%
12.00
o0 90
10.00
0.23
8.57
8oo
7.50
7.27
7.05
6.85
666
648
6.31
6.25

6.15
6.rS
6.o6'
6.00
6.oo
5.94
5.88
5.82'
5.76'
5.71
5.45'

5.00'
5 .oo,
4.80
4.61
4.44
4 28
4.'3
4.00


7' '
14.00
12.72
I I.06
10.76
10.00





7.0077
933
S- E
S48



7-56
7.36
7.29
7.21
7.-17
7.14
7.07

6.93
6.86
6.79
6.73
6.66
6.16
6.oS
5.83
5.6o
5.38
5.18
5 00
4.S2
4.66


10. ,
2000
18.18
16.66
i5.38
14-28
13.35
12.50
12.12

I 1.42
I1.11
to.8o
10.52
10.41
10.30
10.25
10.20
to10.10
10.00
:9.90
9.So
9.70
19.61
9.52
9.09
8.69
8.33
8.00
7.69
7.40
7.14
6.89
6.66


12%
24.00
21.8o
20.00
18.47
1-.14
16.oo
15.00
14-54
14.10
13.70
13-32
12.96
r 2.62
12.50
12.30
12.30
12.24
12.12
12.00
nI.S8
11.76
11.64
11.5Z
11.42
10.90
10.42
10.00
9.60
9.22
8.88
8.56
8.27
8.oo


TO ASCERTAIN THE LENGTH OF THE DAY
AND NIGHT.

AT any time of the year add a1 hours to the rime of the sun's setting,
and from the sum subtract the time ol rising for the length of the day.
Subtract the Ltme of eatingg from ia hours, and to the remainder add the
lime of risng nexi morning for the length of the n;ghL These rules are
equally true for anparent time.






VALUES IN UNITED STATES MONEY
OF THE

-PURE GOLD OR SILVER4

RBFRBEENTING RBSPECTTVELY THE 'MONETrARY UTNTS AND STANDARD
COINi OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES.


The first section of the Act of March 3, 18;3, provides "that the value
or foreign con, as expressed in the money of accouln of the United
Stale, shall be that of the pure menl of such coin of standard value,"
and that "the values of the standard coins in circulaton or the various
nations of the ,,rld shall be estimated annual)', by the Direcror of the
Mint, and be proclaimed on the first day of Januiry by the Secrclar} ot
the Treasury.
The e' mates or values contained in the following able are those made
by the Director of the Mint, January st, 1879, in compliance with the
above stated provuions of Law. .


CoUNNRY.

Argentine Republic.
Austria............
Belgium ...........
Bolivia .............
Brazil............
British Amenca.....
Bogou ............
Central America....
Chli...............
Cuba..............
Denmark ...........
Ecuador...........
Egypt..............
France ............
Great Bnrain.......
Greece ....... .....
German Empire.....
Hayti .............
India.............
Italy..............
Japan ............
ibera ............
Mexico ...........
Netherlands ........
Norway ..........
Paragy..........
Peru ... .... ...
Porto Rico.........
Portugl ...........
Russia ....... ...
Sandwich Islands ..
Spain..............
Sweden............
Switzerland ........
Tripoli.. ..........
Tunis ..........
Turkey............
U. States or Colombia
Uruguay ...........


MloNraARvy ULIr.

Peso fuene .........
Florin ..............
Franc ..............
Dollar ....... ......
Milreis of ioo rets...
Dollar..............
Peso ................
Doll r. .............
Peso ................
Peso................
Crown .............
Dollar .............
Pound of too piaters.
Franc ..............
Pound sterling.......
Drachma .... .....
Mark ...........
Dollar ..........
Rupee of 6 annlas..
Lira................
Yen ....... ......
Dollar.............
D ollar .... ........
Florin..............
Crown ..............
Peso..............

Peso................
Niilreis qf tooo reis,..
Rcuble of'too topecki
Dollar. ..... .....
Peeta of too centime
Crown .............
Franc ........ .. ..
Mahbub of 1o piasten
Pilster of 6 caroubs.
Piaster.............
Peso....... ... ..
PaGacon......... ...


STANDAPP.

Gold ..... ..
Silver ... .
Gold & silver
Gold & sile..
Gold...... .
Gold........
Gold..... ..
Silver .......
Gold........
Gold........
Gold ..... ..
Silver .......
Gold.....
Gold & silver.
Cold ... ..
Gold & silver.
Gold....
Silver... ...
Silver.......
Gold & silver.
Gold.......
Gold .......
Silver .......
Siver......
Cold .......
Gold ........
Silver......
Cold........
Cold........
Silver .......
Gold ........
Gold & silver.
I Gold.... ..
Gold & silver.
Silver..... .
Silver.......
Gold........
Silver .......
Gold... ....


VAtrUE
D C. M
S00
o t8 2
o 19 3
a 96 5
o 54 5
o o
050
o 96 5
o 93 5
o 91 a
o 93 5
o 26 8
0 9; 5
4 97 4
o q9 3
4 S 64
o 19 3
o 23 8
o 95 a
o 44 4
o 19 3
o 94 7
i oo



1 00
o 93 5
o 92 5
t 8 o
o 74 S
I 0o
o rq 3
o :6 8

o 64 4
oxn8
0 4 3
0 93 5
o 94 8






VALUE OF

SFOFREIG N COINS .


U. 8. MINT ASSAYS.

D. C. M.
AUSTRIA ............old, Quadruple Ducat.... ........ 9 13 2
Duca. ................. .... 2 26 3
Sovereign (nolonger coi.ed) ..... 6 75 4
Silver, Rix Dollar.................... 0 2
BELCIuM............ Gold, Twenty five Franc p;ece ......... 4 82 5
BCjrVIA .. ......... Gold, Doubloon ............. ....... 5 50 3
BRAZL .... ......... Sver, Double Mlilreis....... ........ 4
CENTRAL AMEarCA..Gold, EEcudo........................ I 84 4
Dollar.. ................... .... o 98
Four Reals................... 48 8
CHILI ...............Gold, Doubloon (before 183.5). ...... 5 50 3
Silver, Dollar. .................... o ,6 a
DENMARK ...........Gold, Double Fred. or Ten-Thaler..... 7 90
Silver, Rigsbank Daler ................ o 54 2
EGYPT ............ Silver, Twenty Piasters................. o 96 5
Piaier (new)................. o 4 0
FRANcs .............old, Twenty Francs ................ 3 84 7
Sdver, Five Francs .................... o 96 5
GeirMNN EMPIRE.....Siler, Five Marks (nev) ............. o 96 5
Thaler (no longer coined) ........ o 71 5
GiRAr BRITAIN......Silver, Half Crown............ ...... o 56 3
Shilliug..... ............. ... ..... o 22 5
Sixpence...................... o 11 3
GF.EECE .............Gold, Twenty Drachmas.............. 3 44 2
HIND0-TAN .........Silver, Rupee ........... .......... o 45 7
ITALY............G...Cold, Twenty Lire ........ ... ... 3 84 7
Silver, Five Lre.................. o 9 o
JApAN....... .... Gold, Chobang (obsolete).... ......... 3 5 6
Silver, Fifty Sen......... ........ o 42
Mxico............. Gold, Doubloon (averagei............15 59 3
NETHERLANDS.......Cold, Ducat.............. ........... 2 26 5
Ten Guilders...... ............ 3 99 7
Silver, THo and-a halfGuilders ......... 2
Guilder ...................... o 40 5
NEw"GRANADA...... Silver, Dollar, usual weight. ........... o 96 o
NORWAY ........... Silver, Specie Daler .... ......... 8
PERU .............. .Silver, Old Dollar............. ....... 4 3
Dollar (853) .................... o 9- 8
Half Dollar (838) .............. o 37 5
Sol ............................ o 96 o
PORTUGAL...........Gold, Crown......................... 5 8 7
Silver, Crown of o000 Resl. ........... o 97 2
RussIA..............Gold. Five Roubles............ ...... 3 97. 6
Silver, Rouble ....................... o 77 8
SPAIN...............Gold, Ten Escudos........... ........ 5 r
One Hundred Reals............. 4 96 4
Silver, Pistareen (4 Reals VeUon)........ o T7 8
SWEDEN.............Gold, Five Pesetas (Dollar)........... o 96 o
Silver, Half Daler..................... o 52 o
Rixdaler........................ o 27 3
TURKEY....... .....Gold, Hundred Piasters............... 4 37 o
H Twenty Piasters (new) ........... o 85 2








DISTANCE, TIME, AND DIFFERENCE OF TIME

BETWEB NEW YORK CITY' AND
OTHER CTIras IN THE UNITED STATUS AND CANADA.


Fn.,)u N.w Yorai CilTi'd


Albany, N V.
BalJriore, Md.
Banger, Me .
Bolton, Ml S
B~'fio, N V
Burlington, k-' a. . .
Burlington, VI a
Ca"o, Ill .
Charleston, S C
Chicago, 11I .
Cincinrmin, Ohio .
Cleveland,
Columbu, . .
Concord, N. H
Council Bluff, Iowa..
Decatur, Ill .
Derroit, Mich.
Dunkirk, N. Y.
Fort Wiyne, Ind
HTarribuig, Penn.
Indianapoli, Ir.d
Leavenworth, Kan
Memphi;, Ter.n
Milwaukee. W '
Macon, Ga. ...
Mobile, Ala.
Mlontgonerv, Ala
Montreal, Can. .
Naihville, Tenn .
New Orliar., L. .
Newport, R. I
Omaha, Neb... ...
Portland, Me .
Philadelph;i, Penn .
Pilst.urg, Pcnn.
Riclaunnd, \' .
Sacramento, Cal.
Salt Lake City, Utahl
San Francirco, Cil
Savannah, G-. .
St. Louii, Mo.
St. Joseph, Mo. .
St. Paul, Minn. .
Spricngild. IlI.
Toledo, Oo . .
Vickburg, Mi,. .
Waehinglto, D C..
Wheeling, 'W. Va.


Dist.



'.4

419
236
417
i i-'3


"52
955


63,

I,4 i
1,095
646
,61
765


1,393

1,:.C3
,47'

T, 23'
400
i,pS,i
1,4, 3
."8

347

441
356
3,032
2,464
3,310
.933
1,084

i,338

7c 8
,51I
:26
535


The difference in time, indicated by the above table, Eaas of
New York, FAiZ We\t, SLOW.


R.R.TI r.

Hours.
4 30'
co

9 SJ
15 o0
48 so
t3 30
54 30

30 co
33 coc
:3 ou
2. 3i0
;u 15
it 35
66 50
41 35
z5 30
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POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL NATIONS.


TUnI ,eJ Srat-: .. .. 5 ?.9,- ,;.s
CL linh ..... . . .. .42 ,.',ooo
F ..u -h Ii.d i ... .:,',?4 ,.,.i o
R.,, ;3 ... .. .... .. ... 5,6 ,945
I urAkLy .... ......... 47,? ,-,e:'
CGrrr-in L- l.i.r .. 41,o6o,?46
r r '.r.c .. .. .... .. 36, to" ,/9 1
Au:jiai and Hini."ir) 5.. .5,' 4.-435
in . .. .. 3.. ... 33,no,.25
.,iea ii Bnr iiI .... s3,.' ,4oo
i ii .... ... ? .,S 4
i . ..... ... i6,635,.506
B i C:d ........ ... 9,-:.0,I8
Ml.;co...... .... 9,;6,o :9
,im .......... . 6,3',x ,
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Sweden and Ncr.ay.....6, -,F5ri
Belg.un .. . ....,.5,,53,i
Araba ....... ....4,6oo,x.,
Portugail ...... . .... 4,3.,1,5919
Hollind ... ... ...... j,,;6 ,z6
C da............... .. ,"iS 1.5
S.,i izeirla d..... .. 2,G6 ,14
Cenial Amenica .....2,5,-o
Cil;........ .... ... 2o6Ss,4.

Pcrsia ......... .....,000,000
Argentine Republic....... ,877,19o
Greece and Ionijb, Ibland i.4r -,?9
Cuba.......... .... o40.,00
Equador.. .........I.., 3o?,,S,
r ,' .,i 0lc jI L" i Ou, Lr,.r.l ..


PRINCIPAL CITIES OF UNITED STATES.

Siar'. ;,nicaiu Populaioin ccn6as of0 18;'3 oiltr c;ris, 167,p.


'AlIlar.y, N V. ........ 86,01o
Allegheny Cil,, Pa ..... 5,ti80
P iltmore, Md ..........6-,354
*C :ron, 1lnss .... ..... .341,99
"Erokl)yn, N ... 484,616
'Buffa lo, N . ..... 14,5;3
'Cirrbnrdce, Ala- .. ..... I ,-
Clirle-lon, S. C ....... ,656
'Chicngo, 111. ...... .... ,-,667
C ni i.rin ii, Ohio ..... .... 6,23
CleiclhI.d. Ohio ......... q2,829
Colu mb -, Ohio. ...... 31274
Dero;i, Milch. .. ...... :7.577
H:rodrd, Coin. ........ 3o,180
Indianapolis, Ind ...... 48,244
Jermce City, N.J .. .. S2,516
L.uisville, Ky............. oo,.53
'Lowell, MN :L. ........ .4i,688
Ml.ncihileer, N. H ...... -3,536
lMcmpli;, Tenn ......... o4,726
*MlwaiukEe, i',. ......... 100,775


*M;ineapoli;, Mirn. ... 32,1'o
Mlob;le. la...... .... 32,o]4
Newark, N. J. ........ 105,05
Nei Hauen, Ccii...... .50,8.0
New Orlenan', La . ..... 191,1
*Ne. York, N V. .. 1,o4,o37
PIil.hdclplia, Pa ...64,022
Pitusburglh, P ........ 86,o76
Porli;d, Me . .... 37,000
*Providence,R. I .. ....o00,675
Reading, Pa. .......... 33,930
Riclimond, 'a ........ 5 ,033
*Rochester, N V .. 8,673
*San Frarn.c;rcn, L .,'.......scoo
eSr Louti, MO. .. ...4op,',o
'Springfield, Ml:s ......... 31,053
'Syracuse, N. V........... 48,315
*Troy, N. V. ........... 48,325
Washinigon, D. C ....... ioq,:c
Wilmington, Del ...... 30,341
"WoicesItr, Min.. ....... 49,317








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THE METRIC SYSTEM.



WEIGHTS.

Mewril DnGomlnallr,,i nIJ l,4c. Equlii&led laI Deommiadllor In ui.
W lihtl r I n.t qu.I ll A3lrdnpolI
Nlmes. N. N~.ras.n water aInulm. ml lr.alo. W.alb.
M lUler or lonneiu = 1,000,000 = I cublie meter = 2??4.6 pounds.
n intal I= .i,000 = I hectoliter = 20 Id pounds.
M vlagram = 10,0t0 10 liters = 2 nb pouncI.
Ki(logam r,r klo = 1,000 = I ter 2.-*Ilj pounds.
II. :.Igam = I0 = I deillier = 3'74 onner..
D-kngram = 10 = 10c.enrunieters = 3527 once.
in = I = I c.entimeter = 15.1.i2'y;gins.
.- Igram = .1 = e.centimeter = 1.M2grlina.
I'.tilgram = .Iu = 10 millmeBtrs = 0.14IM3gram.
Muilgram = .001 = I c.mi111meer = 0.U15 grain.




MEASURES OF LENGTH.

UMrlo Denemnailtntona. d Vla.es. Equl.letau In Dear.ml-tlon In la.
MNiLameier = 10,000 meters = 621.7 miles.
Kilometer = 1i000 meters 062137 m. or ..M30 ft. 10 In.
Hi-.:-.meter = Juu meters = 3'28 fIbad I lnch.
[j,~.eteter = 10 meters = 393 Inches.
Mril = 1 meter = 39.31 Inches.
D.-:Lmeter = .1 of a meter = 3.137 Inches.
Centimeter = .01 of a meter = 0.337 Inch.
Mlullmeltr = .OL of a meter = 0.094 Inch.




MEASURES OF SURFACE.

etrloe DsrnlolUnth and VTlher. Bqnalnalm In l Denomlntlon.l In ae.
Hectare = 10,000 square meters = 2.471 acres.
Are = Juo square meters = 119.6 square rnrds.
Ceolare = I square meter = Ibiu'square Inches.




MEASURES OF CAPACITY.

SMcrlo Donomlaal,)hu r.aJ TIlues. Eqdialeat in DenomlnaL.nU la neU.
nomea. o. iU.Ue. (C1le Meuau. Dry Matnuux. WIro Meaure.
elrlrlle m 1 1V I ooblom r l.Voablo. hl 2- B .IT p]IJ.
1 .1 gbu 8. p.1 5 E117 &A.
D..Itllur I 1 O ..l..tnl = OSiuau = 5i4ITtlll.
Llr 1 I o deoldmor 0 = OfSiqu&n I W m4,T..
Dnlllr = .1 I a. lmne = ICn.nll 1o Ia. = 0.I.45 ,Il]
0.rnllllir = .01 10 a aenalme-en = O.ml aubla In. = O 18 lld on.
iUUllilier : .': = W I.nnttLier =1 0.051 ubi laIh. a0 2 flld dr.







TIDE TABLE

FOR OSBT.NING TIIn Or H Ti WMA'rT FOR PLACES ON THE
LT-lTERiN COAST OF THE UNITED STATES.

( I', .''.'.g v'.!uer are .4riv d j'rom .'it tiaterminati-ns I,'le
L'tt.'ed Sietre.. Coasn Si.r: er.)


To find the tLmt of High Water at any oif he folJlwing place- add
or _ubrratt Ihe hbour and mnlluiiie, opposite die nime of place in tic
iollc-iiig Tstble, ,:i or hFrm the h:urs anrd minuic: oif High Water at
New York for ithi reqtured day, as ifcund ii the 'C,7'c:da Page.

h m.
Portlard, M aine.. .... ........................ add 3 ri
Portsmouth, New Hampuhire ................... .... 3 to
Newburyprtn, Mlj.isachuietlu........ .... ... *'. 3 Q
Salem ....... ...... ... 3 o
Nantucket, .......... .. .. 4
Holme. Holed, .. ...... . .. 3 30
Wood's Hole,S. Side,' ............ .... .... *' o 2
New Bedford Entrance Dumpling Roc.k), NMal .... -ub o it6
Newport, Rhode Island ............. ............. o 28
Point judith, .... .. ... .. ......... .o 4
Sandy Hook, New Jer'ees .. .............. 44
Watch Hill, Rhode Island ... . .......... add o 47
Sionington, Connecticut..... . .... ........... o 54
New London, ...... .............. 5
New Hnaven ......... ....... .. .... 3 5
Bridgeport, ..... .. .... ... ... a. 5
Throg's Neck, New York......... ............... 3 7
Cape May Landing, Ne' Jersey .. ..... ........ o 6
New.cas.d, Delaware ... ....... ... .. 3 40
Philadelph.a, Penn/,l'jnia............. ........ sub. 6 55
Annapohs, M 4rylAnd ................ .. ...... 3 35
Balrimore, ......... ... ... ............. I 4o
Richmond, \Vrg ini...... .................. .. 3 4
Hartera' Inlet. North Caiolina ... .... . ... 9
Beailort, ......... . .. ..... 47
Charle.ton (C. H. Whjri, S. C .... .. .. ... o 47
Fort Piuai (Saannah Et ), Ga ... .... 53
Sarvanrah (Dry Dock Wharfi, Ga ..... ....... o o
St. Aiugurine, Flond..................... ... add o 8
Key W est, ..... ..... .. ..... 9 9
Tampa Bay kEgmnont Key), Fla....... .......... 8
Cedar Keys kDepot Key), Fli........ .... 5 '







INTEREST LAWS OF ALL THE STATES.

STA.TEs ANr.D 0'
T ,RrITRi PENALTY OF USURY. Special.
,.4

Alablma, Lo. of interest.
Aii:...1, Nopeuity. tt Nolimit.
Ark inris, .L L
C l.,.Tiiia, io *' **
C .lr.,id., 10 *
C.,r.necticif, Foru eiture of all interest. '
D.jicouh, t" ccnIraci. I per ct.
L-el.taare, "t 6 per cr.
Drinct of Crliim. .L all internt. 6 to per ci.
riorndi, No penalty S No limit.
Ger.rg.i, Foritiure of excess. 7 2 per CL
Idahl, t3t- fine cr imp'l. 0 moi. or both 4o 24 per ei.
Illinois, I oreiiture of all interest. t i per Ct.
lildaria, interest and cu-rs. 6 to perFi.
[)*a. L excess. 6 Iloper c.
K anals e" oer i? per rent 12 per cL
Kenitiky, all interest. 6 o per cr.
Luli3. na, interest. 6 E per ct. I
Mline, No penFlry. 6 No limit.
N: iryland, Forleiure of exc -. 6 C1 per ct. *
M ..iachusetts, Nn penally-6 per cr. n judgments. 6. No llllli.
MIcligar., ForcitUTe of ecerI. 7 so per ct.
iMrnnesoi, over 7 per cernt. per cr.
I :i!.,ippi, No penalty. 6 No lin t.
Nl:,-c.un, Forf.rture of all irntlres. 6 no per ct.
lUnrLna, No enally. ........
N bm ka, Forfeilure of all interest and costs 1o Ii per cl.
N., ida, No pernly). o1 No limit.
New Hampshire, Forien of three times intere-t rec'd. 6 6 per cL.
N.w Jersey, Forlell of aU interest. 7 per cl.
Net, Nlexic.), No penalty. 0 ai per ci.
New York, Forlfeture of contct.it ; per ct.
North Caro'ina, L ntie;,L 6 8 per CL.
Ohio, excess. b 8 per ct.
OrCeon, prin., interest & costs io v: per c.
Penrnyyl-ania, ii excess, Act or iss8. 6 6 per ct.
Rhode Island, less by conlraci t 6 No limit.
South Carolina, No pe.nilty y "
Tennes..ee, Fofeit otover 6 per ct. and iciofine C so per el.
Texas, No penalty. 8 No himit.
UtLh. .1 "
Vermont, Forfeit of excess on R. R bonds 6 7 per ct.
V'lrginia, cuorr3ii. 6 12 per ct.
Iashinegon, No penay 10o No lriitL
.eit tVrg-Inia, Fortei of excess 6 6 per ct.
I'lsconsin, L" all interest. o10 per cl.
1'vyoming, No penlik. to No limit.

I LiuAbk ic ~.rr l, r r mlisdemr, or .
t Ai'n in...fr.bto 8S k a.idei moaor B&cila I'O l rfeIL tr ilIet ly, ,r doL-ubi tiL n1o010. t'
It ( r.r 0iJ I t. J .iance
I ) iu il i Ient oa Juimntum .








RATES OF POSTAGE.


POSTAL CARDS, i cent each, go without furnhr charge to all parts of
the Uitied State4 and Canada, ouh an additional one-cent slamp they
go tu all parts of Europe.
ALL LnTrER;, to all parts o[ the United States and Canada, 3 cents
per half-ounce.
LOCAL, OR Di.3P"' LeTERS, that ;, for the city or town where
depo ited, cenit if delivered by careers, and I cent where there is no
carrier system.
NEWSP\AERS, daily, ,emi-weekl, tri-weekly and weeklies, regularly
isued and ;ent to regular .ubacribers, 2 cents per pound, payable at the
office of publication; ne wApapers ind magazines published len- frequently
than once a aiek, 2 cenLs per pound.
TRANe ENT NEWSPAPERS, MaEaines, Pamphlets, Book imprinted)
Calendir-, Catalrogus. Corrected Proofs, Handbills, MN-psiliihographed
or engraved). Music (printed sheci), Poiters, ProoA-sheet and Prospec-
tuses, i cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof All other mis-
cellaneous matter, includarig unsealed Circular, Blank Book., Book
hanuscrnpis, Photograph-, &c., and also Seeds, Cuttings, Bulbs and
Roots. and Merchandise, not exceeding our pounds in weight, I cent
for each ounce or fraction thereof
The following are the postal rates with Europe. The rates for letters
are for the half-ounce or fraction thereof, and itose for newspaper for
four ounces or FracUon thereof: -
To Grest Britain and Ireland, France, Spain, all parts of Germany, in-
cluding Au t-ia. Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Russta, Norway, Sweden,
Turkey (Euaropean and Asiatic), Eypt, lentera 5 cents, newspapers a
cents
For Asaric countries, the half-ounce limit for letter-, and the four
ounces for newspapers, still holding good, the rates are: -
To Australia, letter, via San Francico (except to New South Wales),
5 cents, via Southampion is ceunt, via Brindisl tq cents: newspapers,
via San Francisco 7 enLt. via Southampton 4 cents, via Bnndisi 6 cents;
China, letters, eva San Franci'sc 5 cents, via Southampton t cents,
via Bnndiii 15 cents, newspapers 2, 4 and 6 cents, by the respective
route:; BEit,-h India, Itlian mail, letters 5 cents, newspapers a cents;
Japan, letters, via San Francisco 5 cents, newspapers a cents.


U. S. MONEY ORDERS.

MONEY ORDER P:sr Ornrcas are established in all the large cities
and towns, at which Orders can be obtained upon any other office, at
the following rates of commission:
On Order not exceeding tS, . . cents.
Over st 30 ... .
50o $40o, .... 2
4' 5w A" so, . 25 "
When a larger sum than fifty dollars is required, additional Orders to
make it up must be obtained.







BUSINESS LAW IN DAILY USE.



The following compilation of business law contains the essence of a
bjre amount of legal verbiage:
If a note is lost or stolen, it does not release the maker: he musl pay
ii, if the consideration for which it was given add the amount can be
I:.:ven.
Notes bear interest only when so stated.
Principals are responsible for the acts of their agents.
E ch individual in a parrership is responsible for the whole amount
,.l the.dbts of the frm, except in cases of special partnership.
Ignorance of the law excuses no one.
The law compels no one to do impossib:rites.
An agreement without consideration is void.
A note mdcle on Sunday is void.
Contract-: mlde on Sunday cannot be enforced.
A note by a minor is void.
A contract made with a minor is void.
A contract made with a lunatic is void.
A note obtained by fraud, or from a person in a state of intoxication.
cannot be collected.
It is a fraud to conceal a fraud.
Signatures made with a lead pencil are good in law.
A receipt for money s1 not always conclusive.
The acts'of one partner bind all the re-t.
Value received is usually written in a note, and should be, bur is
not necessary. If nor written it is presumed by the law, or may be
applied by proof.
The maker of an "accommodation bill or note (one for which he
his received no consideration, having lent his name or credit for ,the
accommodation of the holder) is not bound to the.person accommodated,
but is bound to all other parties, precisely as if' there was a good consid-
ration.
No consideration is sufficient in law if it be illegal in its nature.
Checks or drafts must be presented for payment without unreasonable
delay.
Checks or drafts should be presented during business hours,biut in
this country, except in the case of banks, the time extendsithrobgT he
day and evening. .
If the drawee of a check or draft has changed his residence, the'h6lder
must use due or reasonable diligence.to find him.
If one who holds a check as payee or otherwise, transfers it to another4
he his a right to insist ih it the check be presented that day, or, at farther,
on the day following.
A note indorsed in blank (the name of the indorser only written) is
trinsierable by delivery, the sime as if made payable to bearer..







BUSINESS LAW IN DAILY USE.

If the time of payment of a note is not inserted, it is held payable
on demand.
The time of payment of a note must not depend upon a contingency,
The promise mat be absolute.
A bill may be written upon any paper, or subtiitute for it, either with
ink or pencil.
The payee should be distinctly named in the note, unless it is payable
to bearer.
An indorsee has a right of action against all whose names were on the
bill when lie received it.
If the lentr containing a protest of non-payment be put into the post
offce, any miscarriage does not affect the party giving notice.
Notice of protest may be sent either to the place of business or of
residence of the party notified.
The holder of a note may give notice of protest either to all ihe pre-
vious indorzers or only to one of them: in case of the latter he must
,elect the lij: indorser, and the last must give notice to the last before
him, and so on. Each indorser must send notice the same day or the
day following. Ne.ther Sunday or legal holiday is to be counted in
reckoning the time in which notice is to be given.
The loss of a bill or note is not Eufficient excuse for not giving notice
of protest.
If two or more persons as partners are jointly liable on a note or bill,
due notice to one of them is sufficient.
If a note or bill is transferred as security, or even as payment of a
pre-existing debt, the debt revives if the bill or note be dishonored.
An endorsement may be written on the face or back.
An indorser may prevent his own habiliry to be sued by writing
"without recoure," or similar words.
All claims hliich do not rest upon a seal or judgment must be sued
within six years from the time when they arise.
Part payment of .a debt which has pised the time of statutory limita-
tion revives the whole debt, and the claim holdr5good for another period
of six years from the dale of such partial payment.
A verbal promise to pay, made without conditions, is generally held as
sufficient to revive a claim otherwise shut out by the law of limitation.
If, when a debt is due, the debtor is out of the State, the "six years"
do not begin to run until he returns If he afterward leave the State,
the time forward counts the same as i( he remained in the State.
An oral agreement must be proved by evidence. A written agree-
ment proves itsiel' The law prefers written to oral evidence because
of it precision.
No evidence may be introduced to contradict or vary a written con-
tract; but it iny be received in order to explain it, when such contract
is in need of explanation.








MORNING AND EVENING STARS.

IMaNcRRV will be viable as Evening Star about Marclh o, July 5,
ind Nuvember 3: and as Morning Star about April a6, Aujust 21, and
December 13.
VeNus will be Morning Star till July 13, and Even;ng Siar the rest
of the )ear.
JUPITre will be Evening Star till Marcll 1i; Ihen Morning Star
tll Ocoaber 7; and E\seiing Star again the lest of the year.

-oc:1x-


FIXED AND MOVABLE FESTIVALS.


Epiphany, .. ..
Septuagesima Sunday,
Shrove Sunday, .
Ash Wednesda .Iy.
First Sunday in Lent,
S Parrch, . .
P.lm Sunday, . .
Ann inciaicon,
Good Friday, . .
Easter Sunday, . .
Low Sunday, .
St. George, . .


. Jan. 6
. Jail. 25
. Feb. 8
. Feb iI
SFeb. s5

. M.r. 21
. Mar. 25
SMar. 26
. Mar. 28
. April .
SApril 23


Rogarion Suiday,. .
Asreision Day, .
Whli Sunday, .
Trinity Sunday, .
Corpus Christi,. .
St. John, Bipti .
Micluelmnas Day, .
First Sundiy in Advent,
St. Andrew, . .
St. Thoma, . .
Clristmas, .


CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.


Dominical Letters,
Epac, . . .
Golden Number,.


S. D.C Solar Cycle, ..... 13
.. Roman Indiction, . 8
. . g9 Julian Period, . .. 6593


THE SEASONS.

Vernal Equinox (Spring begins), .... . Mar o2, oh. A. M.
Summer Solst;c (Summer begins), . Jrune To, Sh. P. M.
Autumnal Equinox (Autumn begins), ... .Sept. 22, z ih A. Ml
Winter Solstice (Winter begins), . . Dec. 21, 5h. A t.
Given iu Washington lime.


May a
. MIy 6
. May 16
* May 23
May 22
. June 24
. Sept. 29
. Nov. 28
. Nov. 30
. Dec. 21
. Dec. 25







ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1880.

IN IlIe sear ISSo there will be i.x Eclipses: four of the Sin and two
oi the Moon.
1. A TOTrL ECLIPSE OF iHE SUN, Jinuary 11. Invisible east r.f
lne drawn through St Jo:eph, Mo., and Baion Rouge, La. Visible it
the westerr. quarter of North America and to the Pacific Ocean; being
central andl tonl along a line distaIttweni) miles south of and parallel to
a line drawn through Monterey, Cal., Mariposa, and Salt Like City.
Elsewhere it ill be partial.
The Eclipse will begin as follows:
Denter, Cl. .. . .. t .h. h im. A.
Sui.n Fe, New Mexico . . d. 4h. mil. A.
Salt LakeCit), Utal ... . nd 3h. .4m. A.
The San ielt;n more or les eclipsed.
II. A ToTr.L ECLIPSj nFTHE MbooN, June 22. Irnv;ible. Visible
to A;aa, Australia, ltch Picilic Ocean. and western edge of No. America.
III. AN ANNULARE ECLIPSE OP THE SUN. July 7. Invisible. Visi-
ble to the ioutihern Ihalt of South America, to Cape of Good Hope, and to
Souhl Atl.-ntic Oceain.
IV. AN UNIMPORTAr!T PARtiAL ECLtPSE OF THE SUN, Decenl-
ber I. Ii.v;i,ble. Visible to Southern Ocan.
V. A TorAt. Ectl.ipE OF THE MOON, December 16. Visible more
o. len to the vorld generally. except In Soulh America, the West India
IslanL, and eastern portion of North America. To the ertern seaboard
it will be whoill ir.viible. To the adijon;ng region, as far west as the
Mis-imsippi River, the Moon ;1ll set in The morning 'inged with the
adanc;ng Penumrri, l ;hale. To the re;con still further west the Moon
ill set more or le:- in lshadow.
V[. A PA.TrAL ECLIFPS OF THi Sut, December 31. Visible in
Ihe eastern portion of North America Las far west as Illinois and Mivii-
tippi, to Europe and to North Atlantic Ocean. To all places in tle
United States where visible the Sun nill r.se partly eclipsed; the Eclipse
ending in the morning at the times given, as follows:
Portland .......... 3:.rl. T0i. i'm M.
ncsion . . . . . 3 id oh. om. M.
New York . . . . . 3id. 8h som. M.
Columbus . . . .... 3id. 7h. s5m. M.
Plhildelphia . . . . : 3d 8h. 4im. M.
Wilr.ntron . . . . d. Sh aqm. M.
Charleston . . . . . id. 1h 5Sm M.
Magnitude or greatest Ec;p-e = o 715 (Moon'i diameter = i.)
Art occULTTIrro OF MIanR will occur Marclh 17. Visible to the
eastern portion ro North America: beginning shortly.after sunset and
las tng generally about an hour and a quarter.












JANUARY.
MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
LArT QUARTER....... 5d 2h. 5m A M -d. ih. 53m A.M
NEw MooN ........ id 5h. s6m. P.M iid. 5h. .4n P.M.
rRST QUARTE ..... rd. ih 6m A.M. ILd. Ih. +41m A..I.
FULL MOON........ ,-d 5h. 28m A.M. z,,. h. r.m. A.M.
S BOSTON & CHICAGO. N. VORK & PHILA.
D SuN MON BOCT. TinE. Su'N SUN MOON N.
o R..R.S. R.& HS ur.i~n E. Rl- S R.&S. TIDE
Week. H. M H. M. H. .. Ja p H. M H. M. H. M .M.


I TH.
2 Fn.
4 Sf.
SMo.

Tu.
7WE.
TH.a
9 FR.
10 SA.
11 A
12 Mo.
3 Tu.
4 WE.
5 TH.
i FR.
17 SA.
18, 5
19 Mo.
0o Tru.
?I' WE.
22 TH.
23 FR.
241 SA.

26 Mo.
27 Tu.
28 W L.
29 Tir.
3o FR.
31 SA.


r7 30 8 56
s4 39 10 3
r; 3011 12
T4 41 MORN
'7 30 0 22
'4 43 1 34
ry 30 2 49
54 45 4 q
ry 209 I6
14 47 6 21
r7 29 seis.
s4 40 5 58
r7 28 7 12
s4 51 8 24
r7 27 9 32
14 54 10 3S
r; 261 r 41
s4 56 MORN.
r7 25 0 43
-'4 59 4q
r7 24 2 46
15 3 44
17 23 4 38
'5 3 27
r7 21 6.io
s5 6 6 46
r7 20 RIs--.
85 8 6 46
'7 '8 7 55
'5 9 4
r7 16, 0 13


2 6
46
3 -28
4 I
6 ii
7 19
8 29
9 37
10 39
" 33

o 45
I 30
2 12
2 52
3 33
4 17
; 6
6 iS
6 5S
7 56
8 53
9 45
10 34
II 19
r 58
o i8
o 59
1 37
2 19


10 49
11 29

o 37
I 28
2 25
3 30
4 3S
S4s
6 55
7 50
8 42
9 32
10 14
10 54
II 35

o 42
I 28
2 19
3 15
4 12

6 5
6 56
7 4'
8 :I
9 4
9 45
10 22
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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
LAST QUARTER ...... 3d. ich. 55m. A.M. 3d lill. 43m. A.M.
Naw MOOn......... iod. 61b. 33m. A.M iod. 61i 2rm A M.
FIRST QUARTER...... I hd. ll im. P.. d. loh. -49m. P.M.
FULL MOON........... d. h. 3m. P M. ;5d.. h. 6m p M.
SBOSTON & CHICAGO. J N. YORK & PHILA.
SDay
SD SU'N M o.NI Rr.-T. ID. SUN S'IN M.IoN N. V.
S R &S. R &S M. Rre' beIs R.&S. TIDL
Week. H. .ML AM. H. A. M B. H. I1 H. hM. H. M. H. M.


r7 15 II 25
35 15 AMon-
r'7 13 39
s5 18 52
r7 ro 3 3
s5 20 4 7
r7 8 5 2
'5 23 *5 47
P7 6 624
S5 5 ir .
r77 1 7 10
s5 2b 8 17
)-7 0 9 23
15 31 to 23
r5 58 31
s5 33 HuiN.
r6 -55 o 33
s; 36 i 33
r6 52 2 29
5 38 3 19
r6 49 4 4
s3 41 4 41
r6 46 5 '7
5 5 43 5 46
r6 43 s
5 46 6 50
r6 40 8 r
s5 48, 9 14
r6 37 10 28
. .. .. ....


2 40 3 2
3 25 3 50
4 I 4 48
5 2 5 55
6 1 7 8
745 821
8 55 9 21
9 56 Io 25
10 51 '1 15
I1 37 11 57
..... o IS
o 38 o 57
1 i6 I 36
r q6 2 i6
2 36 2 56
3 17 3 39
4 2 4 27
4 54 5 '3
5 53 6 24
6 54 7 24
7 53 8 ?22
8 50 9 17
9 42 To 6
JO 29o10 50
II 11: 31
1n 51.l. "
o 10 o 30
o 50o r I
1 33 1 56


7 ITI 5 17
7 105 8S
7 9 5 20
7 5 21
7 7 5 2
7 65 23
7 5 5 25
; 45 -'6
7 2 5 27
7 1 5 23
7 05 29
6 59 5 3'
6 5S 5 32
6 5.6 5 33
6 55 5 34
6 535 36
6 53 5 37
6 5' 5 38
6 50 5 39
6 48s 5 4
6 47 5 42
6 455 43
6 44 5 44
6 435 45
6 41 5 46
6 40 5 43S
6 38 5 49
6 3715 50
6 355 5


1 22 11 46
ImoN. 0 10
o 35 i 4
1 47 2 7
2 5- 3 16
4 1 4 30
4 56 5 39
5 42 6 43
6 20 7 34
,arT. 8 20
7 11 9 *3
8 r6 9 44
9 21 10 20
10 2S 1o 58
II 27 11 40
MICRN. 0 2
o 28 0 49
i 27 I 41
2 23 = 39
3 '3 3 39
3 58 4 38
4 38 5 35
5 13 6 28
5 43 7 14
RwSE 7 53
6 5 8 34
8 o 9 17
9 "I 9 57
10 2410o 39
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'- y 1M ARCH.
MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
LAST QUARTER ..... 3d. 611. i3m. 2 F.. 3d. 61. Imn. P.M.
NEW MooN.......... lod. Sl. m. -.M. lod. 711. 5m. P.M.
FF.i'r QuARTe n..... iSd. hII 5m. .. SP.. d. 71. im40 p.ti.
FLULL MooN ......... z6d. 8h. 39m. A l. ?bd. 811. 2im. A.M.
C BOSTON & CHICAGO. N. VORK & PHILA.
Day SUN MoN BosTr. TD. s S Sun McOl .N.V.
U -N '!0 'r
o R.&S. R &S.a.r.,s r... Rj Rise Sri R.&:S. TIE.
Week H. M. H. A. A H. l. I. j H. M Al. H. M. H. M.


2 19 2 44 1
3 10 3 37 2
4 7 4 39 3
5 L3 5 49 4
0 26 7 3 5
7 38 8 12 6
8 41 9 7
9 38 :o 3 8
io 27 10 49 9
1l 9 31 29 10
I1 47 ..... I
0 5 0 24 12
o 43 1 .3 13
1 23 1 43 14
2 3 2 24 15
2 45 3 7 16
3 31 3 55 17
4 21 4 49 IE
5 I:8 48 s1
6 iS 6 48 2c
7 iS 7 47 21
8 14 8 40 22
9 6 9 30 23
9 54 10 18 21
ro 39 11 1 2c
11 23 11 43 2
..... 0 4 57
o 27 o 50 2.9
T 14 1 39 29
: 5 2 333c
3 1 3 30 3'


ir 37 i1 26
MORN ......
o 48 0 54
1 54 2 o
2 51 3 12
3 39 4 23
4 S8 5 27
4 51 6 24
5 2 7 12
SETs. 7 52
7 4 S 31
S lo 9 1I
9. 12 9 49
10 14 o0 27
11 15 11 6
MORN. I1 52
o 12 o 17
I 5 1 8
r 51 2 4
2 32 3 4
3 7 4 3-
3 40 4 58
4 9 5 51
4 36 6 40
5 2 7 24
r.iEs. 8 4.
8 6 8 49
9 22 29 3'
io 37 10 24
rr 45 15
MORN. I ...


1 Mo.
2 Tu.
3 WE.
4 TH.
5 FR.

7 S
8 Mo.
9 Tu.
ro WE.
i1 T H.
12 FR.
13 SA.
14 5
15l Mo.
16 Tu.
17 WE.
18 TH.
19 FR.
20 SA.
21 a
22 Mo.
23 Tu.
24 WE.
25 TH.
2 FR.
27 SA.
28 -S
29 Mo.
30 Tu.
31, WE.


16 35 i1 42
i 5 53 MORN.
r6 3-2 0 54
r5 54 2 0
r6 2S 2 57
S57 3 44
r6 25 4 22
.15 59 4 54
r6 22 5 '3
s6 I SETs.
r6 iS 7 5
'6 4 8 32
r6 1; 9 16
s6 6 io 19
'6 12 lr 2
;6 S MORN.
*6 S o iS
s6 io I I
r6. 5 57
s6 13 2 37
r6 1 3 32
J6 '5 3 43
rS 58 *4 '
t6 17 4 37
"5 54 5 2
s6 19 RISEi.
r' 51 8 9
s6 22 9 27
-5 47 3o 42
s6 24 1 51
r5 44 MORN.


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APR IL.
MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
LACT QUA\TER .... 2d. ;h. c,m. A.M. 2d. ih. 17m. A.P.
NEw MOON .......... 9d. Joh. 23m. A.M. gd. Iih I m. A.M
Fisr QL'ART P R ...... I7d =h. 30!m. P.M. i-d. 2h. iSm. P.M.
FULL OON............ ,d. 6h. 6m. .m. 5id. bh- 540m. P.M.
Da BOSTON & CHICAGO. N. VORK & PHILA.
j' SN MOON I BOST. TIDE. 3 SUN SUN MOON N. V.
g 0' R.&. R.&S. HnmB. ..i,. I Rihs Srcs R.&S. TTIE.
SWeek H. M H. M. H. I. R. M. M. H. M . H. M.


r5 42 0 52
s6 27 1 43
"5 39 2 23
6 30 2 56
r' 35 3 25
j6 33 3 50
'5 32 4 14
Jo 34 4 33
r; 28 FETs.
s6 6 8 6
r5.25 9 7
s6 38 o1 7
r 2211 2
s6 41 11 51
r5 19 MORN.
16 43 0 34
r5 15 11
s6 45 6 4
rq 12 2 10
06 47 2 36
r5 9 3 1
s6 50 3 26
r5 6 3 53
s6 52 4 25
r5 3 RISes.
J6 54 9 35
r5 o io 41
j6 6. 11 37
r4 58 MORN.
s6 591 0 22
. .I. .


4 1 4 33
5 7 5 42
6 i6 6 49
7 21 7 51
8 19 8 46
9 10 9 33
9 55 10 1'
TO10 38 o 5S
11 17 11 36
11 55 -
o 14 o 34
o 54 1 14
I 35 I 57
2 19 2 41
3 4 3 28
3 52 4 7'
4 44 5 II
5 39 6 7
636 7 4
- 32 7 59
S =5 8 5
9 I6 9 40
10 5 1o 31
1o 56 IT. 20
31 44 .-*-
o 9 0 35
1 2 I 30
1 59 2 27
2 54 3 2?
3 51 4 21


5 4316 25 46
5 41 6 26 I 38
5 4 6 27 2 19
5 386 2S 2 53
5 3 6 29 3 23
5 35 0 30 3 49
5 33 31 4 14
5 32 6 32 4 39
5 3o6 33 se-.
5 28 6 34 8 2
5 2736 36 9 2
5 25 6 37 10
5 246 38 o0 5
5 -226 39 11 45
5 21 6 40 MORN.
5 r96 41 3 29
5 186 4!2 6
5 166 43 1 38
5 156 44 2 7
5 136 45 34
5 12 46 3 0
5 ro6 47 3 27
5 96 4 3 55
5 86 49 428
5 66 50 RISEL
5 56 53 9 29
5 36 10 35
5 26 53" 3
5 r 6 M54"R.
4 596 551 17


I I-H.
2 FR.
3 SA.
4 A
5 Mo.
6Tu.
7 WE.
8 TH.
9FR.
io S.\.
I11 5
12 Mo.
13 Tu.
14 WE.
15 TH.
16 FR.
17 S.,.
18 A
ic Mo.
20 Tu.

22 TH.

24 SA.

26 Mo.
27 Tu.
28 WE.
29 TH.
30 FR.
'. .I .. .


o 49
1 54
3
4 5
5 4
5 56
o 42
7 23
7 59
8 39
9 20
10 0
10 40
11 24

o 39
r 31
2 25
3 22
4 17
5 10
6 2
6 51
7 39
8 z6
9 21
io 15


0 38


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MAY.
MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
LAST QUARTER ..... d. h1 m. A.M id. Sh. 57m. A M.
Naw NIo&rN ......... 9d. h. p2m. A.M. 9d. ih. 2m. A.M.
Ir.sr QUARTEli...... I'd. 5h 39m. A M. md. 5h 2im. A.M.
FULL MoO ......... ld. lh. 55mr.. .M. d. ih. .4m A.M.
L.\T QUARTER........ 3od. 6h. gm. P.M. 3od. 5h. 57m. P.M.


& CHICAGO. :
BoST. TrID
H. M. r Ml. H.


N. YORK & PHILA.


SUN S
RIesI S
H. M. H.


LN IMoON
,es. IR.&S.
M. H. M.


N. Y.
I. t.
H1. Ii.


Day
o1
SWeck
i Sa.
3 Mo

4 T1u.
4\ r,.
SWE.
6'H.
7 FR.
SSFA..
9 A
to Mo.
II Tu.
12 WE.




17 Mo.
i8 Tu.
19 WE.
20TH.
21 FR.
22 SA.
23 o
24 Mo.
25 Tu.
26 WE.
27 TM.
28 FR.
29 SA.
30 AS
311 Mo.


1OSTON
N MooN
S. R &S.
M. H. M.


SU
R.&
. i.


r4 55 o 58 4 5 53 14 56 56 54 39
s7 1 28 5 52 621 2457 5 57 1 6 2 38
r4 52 1 54 6 50 7 19 34 506 56 1 53 3 36
s- 3 IS 7 468 r 44 54 6 5 IS 4 30
4 49 2 42 8 35 8 58 54 537 2 43 5 20
s7 5 3' 6 9 1944 64 527 23 86 7
r4 47 3 3' 1o 6 o 23 74 51 7 3 3 34 6 5
s7 7 4 i 10 49 1 9 84 507 4 4 5 7 33
r4 45 sers I 2911 49 94 497 5 SETS 8 12
7 9 8 54 .... 9 104477 6 8 8 854
r4 4 9 45 o 30 o 5 114 467 7 939 9 39
7 1210 29 13 I34 14 457 8o 2310 19
'44011 8 i 56 2 18 13447 911 3 .o
s7 14 1 41 2 40 3 1 144 437 91 37 11 45
r4 38 MoeN. 3 23 3 46 1 4 42 7 i MRN. o 9
s7 16 1o 4 9 4 34 164 427 1 0 7 o 56
r4 36 o 36 4 59 26 174 4 7 12 0 34 I 46
s78 1 'I 5 53 6o 184 407 13 2 39
r4 34 1 25 647 7 5I 194 397 14 25 3 33
j7 20 5' 7 44 8 13 204 387 i 5 4 28
r4 32 2 0 8 41 9 21 4 37 7 r6 23 26
s7 22 2 54 9 38 10 6 224 367 17 2 5S 24
r4 31 3 35 10 34 11 2 234 367 8 3 40 7 19
'7 24 R 1ES. I 30 11 57 244 357 IS IE"'. 8 12
'424 9 ..... 4 254 347 19 9 IS 9 Ii
s7 5 io 1 o 52 1 21 264 347 20 Io 10 10 7
r4 28 10 56 i 49 2 15 274 33 7 211 o 52 0O 57
s 7 2711 29 241 3 7 284 33 7-22 i 2671 52
r4 27 1 5" 3 3 3 58 94 327 2311 55 0 19
.7 29 MORN. 4 24 4 I 304 32 7 23 MORN. 1 If
'4 26 o22 5 IS 5 44 31 4 31 7 24 o 22 2 4


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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
New Mo:N .......... 7 d. rlh urn. P. . d. h m. p.m.
FIRST QUARTER ...... 5d. 51. 7m. F.M. 15-1 41. 551m. P.M.
FULL MOON .. ..... ?:d 9h im. A.,1. ndd. 811. 50m. A.M.
LAST QuART r .. .. 2 .d 5h. 13m A.M. ,:d. 51j. im. A. .

Day BOSTON & CHICAGO. N. YORK & PHILA.
- Dry ---------E -------
"5 f SUN MNo3i RO4T. l'lID SUN SUN MOON N. Y.
D S M&S R.&S mr~.- r o-r. R Riteeis. R.&S. TIDl
p Week H. M. H. M. iI. IU. II3. HH. . h.l. H.. H. .












JULY'.
MOON'S PHASES BOSTON. NEW YORK.
NEW MOON.......... -d. 3h 37m. A.M -d. 81h. 25m. A;u.
FIir QUARTER. .... i d. ih. 32m. A.m. 15d. jh. 2,m. A.M.
FULL M ON .......... 21id. 4h. i8m. P.M. 2d. h. bm. P..
L.,T QUAiTER ...... 28d.L 6h. 57m. P.M. ld. 6h. 45m. P.m.

D BOSTON & CHICAGO. N. YORK & PHILA.
- D ShUN MOnN BoST. Tins. g S S SN ,Il MlOON N.Y.
o Ro R.&S. R &b. .,.n.ir i.,.i..E Ri Se s R.&S Tin.
WeekH. H. M A. L. I. B. H. H. Al. M. H. M. H. M.
I


6 21 6 51
7 I 7 460
8 14 8 41
9 7 9 3 '
9 57 10 22
10 4 II 7
S: 11 4S

o 27 0 47
1 6 I :6
I 45 2 5
2 24 2 43
3 3 3 25
3 4b 4 12
4 38 5 6
S37 6 9
6,43 7 '9
55 8 31
9 6 9 39
10 10o 10 40
1I 9" 35
Ii 58.... .
o 21 o 44
I 7 1 29
I 50 2 1i
2 32 2 54
3 15 3 36
3 59 4 24
4 50 5 17
S45 6 14
S44 7 14


S4 32 7 35
S4 33 7 34
34 337 34
4 4 34 7 34
54 357 34
64 357 33
7 4 3617 33
84 37;,7 33
9 4 3 7 32
104 387 32
114 397 32
124 397 31
134 407 31
144 41 7 30
154 41 7 3
164 42 7 29
174 43 7 28
184 447 2b
194 457 27
204 457 2t
214 467 25
22 4 47 7 25
23 4 4S 7 4
24 4 497 23
25 4 507 22
264 51 7 31
2 4 52 7 20
284 5317 '9
294 54:7 IS
30 4 55 17
31 4 56'7 16


3 .9
4 3
4 59
5 52
6 44
7 29
8 io
8 53
9 33
10 io
1o 47
II 27

o 34
1 25
2 23
3 29
4 40
5 5'
6 56
7 5V
8 43
9 3'
10 14
to 53
I' 37

o 46
I 36
3 31
3 30


STH.
I FR.
3 SA.
4 A
SM0o.
6 Tu.
7 W r.
8 TH.
Q FR.
rn SA.
II S
12 M1o.
13 Tu.
14 WE.
I; TiH.
16 Fh.
17 SA.
18 5'
19 Mo.
20 Tu.
i2 Wr.
22 TH.
23 FR.
24 SA.

2 Mo.
27 Tu.
23 W E.
29 TH.
30 FR.
311 SA.













MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
NEw MOON .......... Sd. Ih. 4m. PM d. oi1h. 5gm. P.M
FrREr Q.UARdER ...... 3d. *h5. A8m. A d 7h. 46m. A.M.
FULL MOON ....... .. od. oh. 3Im. A.M :od. co. 22m. A.M.
LAST Qu,\RTER ..... z2d. Ilh. 31m. ..1. ?d. Ilh 19m.A.M.
BOSTON & CHICAGO. T YORK & PHILA.
Day Sun MooN Brsr. TIDE. Su SUN IMrON N. Y.
o RS.1 R&S. Mmni..g E... R Klies selt. R.&S TIDE
l Week H. M. H. II. a. M'. b M. "H. M H. M. H. M. H. 1.


r4 52 35
r7 18 I 25
r4 54 2 21
s7 '5 3 21
r4 57 4 24
s7 13 SETS.
r4 59 7 39
17 10 8 3
r I1 8 271
'7 8 8 53
5 3 9 24
5c7 5 10 1
5 5 1045
s- 21139
r5 7 MORN.
6s 59 o 42
'q 9 i 53
s6 563 9
*5 11 4 27
i6 53 RieS
r5 14 7 16
S6 50 7 43
r5 16 8 9
b 64' 8 38
;r5 IS 9 13
6 43 9 47
r 2 10 30
s640 1 IS
'5s 22 MORN.
56 37 o 12
r5 24 1 10


5717 '5 0 41
587 14 I 3'
58" 13 2 26
59" 12 3 26
07 10 4 28
1 7 9 EETS.
2 .- 8- 7,38
3 7 7 8 3
4 7 5 8 2
57 4 8 ;6
67 3 9 28
77 io 6
87 oIo 50
96 59 1 45
10o6 55 monS.
11 6 6 o48
12 6 54 I58
136 53 3 '3
146 52 4 30
ic 6 50 fiS .
166 49 7 16
176 4 7 45
186 46 8 12
o16 44 S 4
206 43 9 15
21 6 41 9 52
226 4010 36
136 8 311 24
23638!! 24
24 6 37 MORN.
256 35 0 IS
26.6 33 1 15


I a
2 Mo.
3 Tu.
4 Wr.
:5 TH.
6FR.
7 SA.
8 A
; Mo.


12 TH.
13 FR.
4 SA.
15 A*
6 Mo.
rF7 Tu.
i8 WE.
19 TH.
20 FRa.






2 FR.
21 SA.
22 SA
23 Mo.
24 Tu.
25 \W E.
26 Tir.
27 FR.
28 SA.
29 %
30 Mo.
31 Tu.


7 43
8 40
9 33
10 20
11 4
I 43
0 I
o 38




4 l6
o20
3
7 46A
8 56
9 58
10 5
1 36

o 30
1 18
2 0
: 4?
3 26
4 15
510
6 9
7 Io


8 12 1
9 7 2
9 57' 3
o0 42 4
11 24 5

o rg 7
o 57 8
r 35 9
2 16 10
2 59 1 I
3 48 12
4 47 '3
555 14
7 9 15
8 22 16
9 2S 17
10 26 18
i1 14 10
II 57 20
o I" 21
o 5S 2:
I 39 23
2 21 24
3 3 2;
3 50 26
4 42 27
5 39 28
6 40 79
7 39 30
8 35 31


4 28
5 "4
6 iS
7
7 46
8 25
9
9 43
10 20
10 58
11 42
o 8
I 3
2 6
3 'S
4 3'
5 42
6 44
7 .4
3 iS
9 3
944
10 24
I 3
I 4b
0 I1
1 2

2 55
3 55
4 52











i r"' S EP PTEM B E R.'-'- -
MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
NEW MOON ....... 4d. oh. Sm. P.M. 4d 3ih. 56m. A.M.
FIRST QUARTER .... Id. vh. 4im P.M. i d. ih. 2qm. P.M.
FUILL MOCn.. .. .... ISd. ioh. 45m. A M. iEd. ijh 33m. A.M.
L.ST QI'.ARTER ...... I6d. 6h. 24m. AM. 26d. 6h. 12m. A.M.
D BOSTON & CHICAGO. 6 N. YORK & PHILA.
:I SUN ooNR BpT. T'IDI. SSUN MNIoon N V.
1" R.&S.R.&S. .onin. ..e. 5 Rise. SeCL R.&S. TIDE.
SWeek. H. M. H .f. . M. H. M H. M. H. M.
I WE. r 2; 11r 9 0 9 24 1 5 27 6 32 1 5 45
STH. 32 3 15 9 47 o 0 2586 3 3 19 6 34
3 FR. r5 27 4 19 To 3 10 53 35 2q 6 zS 4 2! 7 17
4 \. s6 28 SElT. 1i 13 I1 32 4 5 306 7 Wrs 7 56
J r5.- 2 6 3 11 So-. 55 3 6 5 6 332 8 34
Mo. t 25 6 9 29 5 32647 o 99 14
7 Tu. r5 32 7 28 o 49 1 I 7 5 336 -:' 7 31 9 56
8 WE. s6 22 3 z 1 32 i 54 8 5 34b 20 8 6o0 38
STH. r5,34 8 44 2 18 24 2 9356 13 8 49 11 -5
to F. s6 i8 9 34 3 8 3 36 T1 5 36 t17 9 4o-...:
11 .. r 361 o 33 4 6 4 3S 1o1 5 376 15 o 39 o 53
12 11 4 3 5 4 12 5 386 14 46 1 59
13 NM. 38 MO". 6 25 7 1 13 5 396 12 MORN. 3 "
14 Tu. o 547 3 8 o 45 406 o 58 42
e. r5 40 28 840 9 9 5 41 6 9 2 it i- 25
16 TH. s6. 7 322 9 36o 0 6 5 42 6 7 3.24 2-
17 FP. '5 4 4 3310 o 04717 436 5 4 347 o
ISSA. 6 4 I'1 91r 29 185 446 4 RIs,,. 7. 5
I '544 6 114Si 48 .... 95456 2 6 io 8 3
SMo. s6 6 38o 7 20 4 o 6 41 9 14
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