Otis Keene Diary, 1882-1883

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Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1882-1883
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-
Publication Date:

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
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        Page 37
        Page 38
    January 1882
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
    February 1882
        Page 50
        Page 51
    September 1882
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
    October 1882
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
    November 1882
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
    September and October 1883
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
    November 1883
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
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    Back Cover
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CA L.E N AR R/

1882.

JANUARY. JULY
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I EKUARV. AU(GL"'IT.
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l2 13 14 15 16 s7 iS 13 '4 '5 16 57 41i
19 0 21 22 23 24 :5 : 21 22 23 24 5 26
2(. 27 .'3 . 2 .. 7 2 293 30 31 .

MARCH bSPTIEMhER.
SI 2 3 4 *.* ** I
5 6 7* S 9 io' '11 3 4 5 6 7 3 9
12 13 14 15 16 1? 18 I pi i 2 13 i3 I 5 5 6
19 21 25 222 24 2311 13 19 25 0 2 22 23
20 ;; S 29 30 3J .. 24 25 26 27 23 2.1 3j

APRIL OLTOH .LR.
I 2 3 .4 I. .
2 3 4 -5 7 8 8 99 io A1 r
S io si 13 14 5 15 16- 17 IS 19 2 20 '1
1) 17 r8 J.) ;0 21 '2 23 24 2 27 :4.
.3 24 25 26 27 23 29 32 31

MAY NOVI.MIlER ..
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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.


MEASURE OF LENGTH.
4 In. nake i Hand -- 3 Feet make i Yard.
7.. ** Link. 5iYds. Rod or Pole.
S Cubic. 40 Poles r Furlong.
is In. Foot. 8 Fur. Mile.
6 FL. Fathom. 69 a-6 Miles i Degree.
60 Geographical Miles make i Degree.
MEASURE OF SURFACE.
144 Square Inches make i Square FooL
g Square Feet .Square Yard.
oi Square Yards Rod,Perch or Pole.
40 Square Rods Square Rood.
4 Square Roods Square Acre.
so Square Chains '" Square Acre.
640 Square Acres Square Mile.
Guncr's Chain equal to as Yards or zoo Links.
MEASURE OF SOLIDITY.
.178 Cubic Inches make i Cubic Foot.
27 Cubic Feet "' Cubic Yard.
AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT.
27j Grains make i Drachm (dr.) or ,71i Grains
16 Drachis i Ounce 10o.) or 437
V6 Ounces i Pound' (Ib.) or 7ooo
28 Pounds Quarter (cr.)
4 Quarters HundredWeighl (cwt.)
so LCaa. Ton.
TROY WEIGHT.
24 Grains make i Pennyweigh, or 24 Grains.
so Pennyts. Ounce, or 480 "
Ia Ounces i Pound. or 5760
APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT.
zo Grains make i Scruple. Drachms make I Ounce.
3 Scruples i Drachm. a Ounces i Pound.
DIAMOND WEIGHT.. -
16 Parts make I Grain (8-ioths Grain Troy.)
4 Grains i Carat 3l 5sth Grains Troy.)
LIQUID MEASURE.
4 Gills maker Pint. 2 Gallons make i Peck.
2 Pints a Quart. I 3 Gallons Barrel.
4 Quarts" Gallon. 54 Gallons Hhd.
DRY MEASURE.
8 Quarts make r Peck. I 8 Bushels make I Quarter.
4 Pecks Bushel. 36 Bushels i Chaldron.
a Bushel equal to 2815j cubic in. nearly.

A Bushel of Wheat is on an average 60 Ibs.: Barley or
Buckwheat, 46 lbs.; Indian Corn or Rye, 56 Ib. ; Oats, 30
Ibs.: Salt, 70 lbs. Potatoes, 6olbs.; Peas, 64 lbs: Beans,
63 Ibs.; Clover Seed, 6o lbs.; Flax Seed, 56 Ibs.; Timothy
Seed, 50 lbs i4 Ibs. ot Lead or Iron make i Slone:
a1i Stone,.1 Pig. r Bbl. nf Flour contains g16 lbs.: Beef
or Pork, 2oo lbs. The Jmpenal Gallon is o lbs. avoirdu-
poia of pure water; i h Pint 1 -4 lbs.





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WEIGHT ER BU41EL OF GRAIN, ETC.




The following Table shows the number of

pounds per bushel required, by law or custom, in

the sale of articles specified, in the several States

of the Union. (Official).


STATrS.




Maine........
N. Hampshire
Vermont.. ...
Mhassachusetts
Connecticut...
Nem York....
New Jersey..
Pennsylvania..
Delaare .....
Mlaryland.....
Dist. Columbia
Virginia ....
West Virginia.
Norh Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia.......
Louisiana;,. ;.
Arkansag ....
Tennessee....
Kentucky.....
Ohio.........
Mlichigan .....
Indiana......
Illinois .......
Wisconsin ....
Minnesola....
Iowa ........
MIic ~ouri......
Kansas......
Nebraska.....
Calilorria.....
Oregon.......


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50 52 30 60o
50 .. 30 56
. 3. . b2 '6o 5
50 5- 32 60o C
.. 60 E6
.. 32 60o56
o.. o. 3o,56
30 565 <


.. 57 32 60 56
19 57 32 56 56
S 32 60 56
4 .. 12 6o 56
q6 ..30 56
5057 33 6o 96
48 V 35 36,.
.. 3 .. 3
50 57 32 60 j6
So 56 32 56 6
o50 57 33 56 56

4.. 32 60 56
o50 48 32 6o 56
48 57 35 60 56
p.. .. 6o 56
.. .. 32 6o 56
S57 33 60 56
S5' 32 60 56
50 57 32 6o 56
50 57 34 60 56
.. .. 32 .. 54
.. .. 36 6o 56


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56 6o6o045


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.. 6060.
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55 '9 45

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INTEREST TABLE.
BIX PiBR OENTi.


TIM E.

IDAY.
2 "
3
4
5 "
6
7
8
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14
15
.6
7 "
28
19


23
23
24 "

2I
27


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5-
6
7
8 "
9 .
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5, Ij 53 S4 1 16 7 i?8 $9 $o io tlo ooo

0 o0 o 0 o 0 2 33
0 0 00 0 0 0a 3 33
000 0 o a o 05 0 1 5 50
oo 0 o o o 0 0 1 7 67

0 0 0 I 3 1 1 10 1 00
0 0 0 3 1 I I 13 1 1
o o o a I I I I I 13 T 33
0o o I 1 1 2 1 51 50

0 0 I 2 2 i7 I 8
00 3 I I 1 1 2 2 .2 20 2 00

0 0 2 2 23 2 33
0 1 3 5 5,
0 2 2 2 2 3 2; 267
0 3 3 2 2 2 3 27 2 67
0 1 3 3 2 2 3 3 28 2 53
0 z 2 2 3 3 30 300
o 1 a 2 7 3 3 3 32 3 '7
0 3 3 3 3 3 3335
0 2 2 2 3 3 4+ 35 3 50
o 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 37 3 67
0 a3 3 3 4 34 3 83
o 2 2 33 4 4 40 400
0 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 40 4 7
031 22333q 4 42437
0 2 2 3 3 4 4 43 433
o I 3 3 4 4 5 45 4 5
1 2 3 3 4 5 47 4 67
o 2 3 3 4 4 5 48 4 83
1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 50 5 00
z 23 4 6 7 9 9 0 o 00 10 0
2 3 6 8 9 1i 12 4 15 1.50 15 0
2 4 6 8 102 14 6 38 20 2 o00 0 03
3 5 310 13 35 18 t0 23 25 2 50 25 0o
3 6 9 IS, S2l 24 27 30 3 00o I o0
4 7 34 3 3 25 28 32 35 3 50 35 o0
4 8 2 6 o2 24 28 37 36 40 4 o0 40 oo
5 9 4 1 23 27 32 36 41 45 4 S 45 00
5 10 35 2o 25 31 35 40 45 so 5 00 50 o-
6 ,i rr 22 23 33 3? 44 50 55 5 50 55 0
6 z I 824 30 6 42 48 54 6o 6 00 o o00


SEVEN PEfR CENT.

TI M E. ,is s3 14 $56A b7 71 $9 ,Io lioan Soo

4 DAYS o o o o o 1 i 8 73
8 o o 0 0 1 1 a1 I 2 i 3 5%)
12 0 0 1 1 I 2 2 2 2 23 2 33
16 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3' 3 11
20 o1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 3
4 o0 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 47 4 67
M I3 2 3. 3 4 4 5 5 54 5 44
I MOn. j ] 7 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 59 5 83
2 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 II 12 I 71 1 67I
3 4 5 7 9 l za '4 i6 '8 5 w7 50
4 2 5 7 9 z2 14 Z6 19 21 23 2 33 23 33
5 316 9 1q 5 18 20 23 2 29 2 91 29 17
6 4 7 111 4 18 I1 A25 2 32 15 3 50 35 00
7 4 8 12 16 20 35 29 33 37 41 4 o0 4o83
5 r0 .1 10 2 23 33 37 42 47 4 67 46 67
9 5is 1 6 1 26 3= 37 42 47 53 5 25 52 50
1 6 It IS 23 29 35 41 47 53 55 5 83 58 33
I 6 Io 19 26 32 39 45 51 58 64 6 42 64 17
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RATE OF INCOME ON INVESTMENTS,

Par value being $zoo, bearing interest at


Pi. NPld.

$50

6o
65
70
75
So
824
85
871
90o
921
95
96
97
97*
98
99
1oo
o10
102
103
104
105
110

120
325
'35
140
145
150


Co.oo
9.09
8.33
7.69
7.14
6.66

6.26
5.88
5.71
5-55
5.40
5.26
5.20
5-15
5.12
5.10
5.05
5.00
4.95
4.90
4.S5
4.80
4.76
4.54
4.34
4.16
4.00
3.84
3.70
3.57
3-44
3-33


6%"
S2.00
10.90
10.00
9.23
9-23
.857
8.00
7.50
7.27
7.05
6.8S
6.66
6.48
6.31
6.25

6.15

6.o6
6.oo
5.94
5.88
5.82
5.76
5.71
5.45
5.21
5.00
480
4.61
4.44
4.28
4.13
4.oo


7,%
14.00
12.72
S1.66
10.76
10.00
9.33
8.7 q
8.48
8.23
8.oo
7.77
7.56
7.36
7.29
7.21
7.17
7.14
7.07
7.oo
6.:9
6.79
6.73
6.66
6.36
6.o08
5.83
5.6o
5.38
5.8
5.00
482
4.66


10o
20.00
18.18
16.66
5.38
14.28
13-35
12.50
12.12
11.76
11.42
11.11
ro.So
10.52

10.30
10.25
10.20
10.10
10.00
9.90
9.8o
9.70
9.6L
9.52
9.09
8.69
8-33
8.00
7.69
7.40
7.14
6.89
6.66


TO ASCERTAIN THE LENGTH OF THE
DAY AND NIGHT.


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



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VALUES IN UNITED STATES MONEY
OF THE

PURE GOLD OR SILVER,

REPRESENTING RESPECnTIVLY THE MOIIETARi UNITS
AND STANDARD COINS OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES.


The first section of the Act of March 3, ,S,3, provides
"that the value of foreign coin, as exprei.ed in the money
of account of the United States, shall be that of the pure
metal of such coin of standard value," and that 'the values
of the standard coins in cijcularion of the various nations of
the world shall be estimated annually by the Director of the
Mint, and be proclaimed on the first day of January by the
Secretary of the Treasury."
The estimates of values contained in the following table
are those made by the Dilector of the Mint, January st,
t881, in compliance with the above stated proviions of law.


CODUNTR Y.

Argentine Repub
Austria.........
Belgium .....
Bolvia ..........
Brazil ..........
Briliih America..
Bogota ... ...
Central America.
C hili............
Cuba..........
Denmark .......
Ecuador .......
Egvpt .........
France.........
Gret Britain....
Greece.........
German Empire..
H-yn ..........
India ...........
Italy............
Japan ..........
tiberia .........
Mexico ... .....
Nelherlands....-,
Norway ..'.'. ..V.
Paraguay......
Peru ... .....
Porto Rico......
Portugl ........
Russia ........
Sandwich Islands
Spain...........
Sweden .........
Switzerland .....
Tripoli..........
Tunis...........
Turkey.........
U.S. of Colombia.
Urguay ........


MONETARY UNIT.

Peso fuerte........
Florin............
Franc ............
Dollar ............
Milreis of iooo reis.
Dollar ..........
Peso..............
Dollar. ..... -.....
Pe ,o ... .........
Peso ...........
Crown........ ....
Dollar ...........
Pound of zoo piast's
Franc .........
Pound sterling.,..
Drachmi .........
Mark.............
Dollar ..... ....
Rupee of 6 annas..
Lira.............
Yen .............
Dollar. ..........
Dollar.... ......
FJpt;n. .. .... ....
Crown -. .. .. .
Pevo.'.".. .'.'. .....
Dollar............
Pe o .... .. .....
Mdreis of ,ooo re;s
Roubl of oocop'ks.
Dollar. ........ .
Peseta of too cenrim.
Crown ..........
Franc ............
M ihbub of 2o piari's
Piaster of 6 caroubi
Piaser. ...........
Peso.............
Patacon ..........


STANDARD VALUE.
D. C. M.
Gold ...... oo
Silser..... 40
Gold & silv. o q 3
Gold & silv. o 8 3
Gold...... o 54 6
Gold...... o o
Gold ...... o 9i
Silver..... q 3 5
Gold ...... 91
Gold ......o a 5
Gold...... 2b 8
Silver.....o 83 6
Gold...... 4 9, 4
Gold&silv.o 19 3
Gold 4 86 6
Gold & sil.o 19 3
Gold .... 23 8
Silver..... o 9 2
Silver.....o 39 o
God & silv. o 3
Gold ......o 8 3
Gold ...... oo
S.lver.....o 89 4
Silver......o 4, 2
Gold -.'.... o 26 8
Gold ...... o o
Silver.....o 8 3
Gold...... 2 5
Go'd ...... 8 o
Silver.....o 65 8
Gold...... i o
Gold &sily. o 1' 3
Gold.... o 26 8
Gold &sild. o 1q 3
Silver..... 71 3
Silver. ....o 5S
Gold ...... 44
Silver ..... o e 3
Gold ...... o 94 8











VALUE OF

FOREIGN GOLD & SILVER COINS,

as DurImnD IRf
U. S. MINT ASSAYS.

D. C. M.
AusRIA ........Gold, Quadruple Ducat........ 9 13 2
uca................. 28 3
Soverezgn (no lon'r coin'd) 6 75 4
Silver, Rix Dollar.............. oa
BELCUM ........ Gold, Twenty-file Franc piece. 4 82 5
Silver, Five Francs........... o 6 5
S Two Francs........... o 38 6
BOLIVIA .........Gold, Doubloon............. 5 50 3
BRAZIL..........Silver, Double Mllreis.......... o 4
CEN. AMIRJCA...Gold, Escudo................ 84 4
S Dollar. ............... o 98 I
Four Reals............. o 48 8
CHIL ..........Gold, Doubloon beforee 1835).. 5 50 3
Silver, Dollar... ........... o 6
DENMARK....... Cold, Dble 'red. or i.oThaler. 7 90 o
Siter, Rigsbank Daler......... o 54 a
EcYvr .......... Silver, Twenty Pialers......... o 96 5
Piasier (new).......... o 4 o
FRANCE .........old, Twenty Francs......... 3 84 7
Silver, Five Francs........... o 96 5
GERMAN EMPREa.Sllver, Five Marks(new) ..... o 96 5
h aler (no longer co;ned) o 71 5
GREAT BRITAIN. Gold, Sovereign ............. 4 86 6
Silver, Hall Crown............ o 56 3
Shilling ................ o a 5
Sixpence.............. o 3
GREEC ........ .Gold, Twenly Drachmnas....... 3 44 2
HINDOSTAN .....Silver, Rupee................. o 45 7
ITALY ...........Gold, Twenty Lire............ 3 34 7
Silver, Fire Lire............. o 96 o
JAPAN ...........Gold, Twenry Ven (new)...... z 94 4
S Chobaig (obsolete)...... 3 57 6
Silver, Filty Sen.............. o 42 8
M~le co ........ Gold, DoIblooo (average)..... 5 59 3
NBTHERLANDS.. Gold, Ducat...... ...... a 26 5
Ten Guildern .......... 3 99 7
Silver, Two-and a half Guilders. i 2
Guilder............... o 40 5
New GRANAOA..S;iver, Dollar, usual weight .... o 96 o
NoRWAYv ........Silver, Specie Daler........... 83 4
PBrU............ Silver, Old Dollar............. z 4 3
Dollar I s155)......... o 92 3
Half Dollar (T838) ....... 0 37 5
S Sol .................... o 96 o
PORTCrAL.......Gold, Crow .......... ..... 5 S 7
Silver, Crown of Ioo Reis..... o o0 2
HalfCrown (soo Res;)... o 48 6
RusIA ..........Gold. Five Roubles.......... 3 97 6
Silver, Rouble ............... o 77 8
SPAIN ............Gold, Ten Escudos ........ 5 I
One Hundred Reals..... 4 6 4
S;lver, One Peela ........... o 19 3
Pitareeo(4 Reals Vellun) o 17 8
SWEDEN........ Gold, Five Pesetas (Dollar).... o 96 o
Silver, Hall Daler........... o 52 o
1 Rixdler .............. o 2' 3
TURKEY..........Gold, Hundred Piaslers........ 4 37 o
Teny Piasters (new).. o'8g a












DISTANCE AND DIFFERENCE OF TIME,

BETWEEN NEW YORK CITY, AND

OTHER CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.


FBOo N.YoRK CI rT



Albany, N. V. .
Balhimore, Md.
Bangor, Me .
Boston, Mass .
Buffalo, N. Y.
Burlington, lova. .
Budrlingon, V. . .
Cairo, III . . .
Charleston, S C.
Clhicago, Ill
Ciocinuati, Ohio. .
Clevelind, .
Columbus, "..
Concord, N H. . .
Council Eluffs, loaa.
Decatur, ill. . .
Detroir. Mich.
Dunkirk, N. .
Fon-dai-Lac, Wis.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Gailveon, Texas. .
Hirriiburg, Penn.
Indianapoli, Ind.
Jol;e Ill. . . .
La Croe.e, Wi. . .
Leavenvornh, Kan.. .
Louisville, Ky. .
Macon, a . .
Mctuphis, Tenn. .
Milwaukee, Wis. .
Mobile, Ala ..
Montgoinery, Ala.
Montreal, Caln.
Nashville, Tenn .
New Orleans, La. .
Newpori, R. 1 ..
Omaha, Neb ..
Portland, Me .
Philadelphia, Penn.
Pultburg, Penn.
Quincv, IIl . .
Richmond, Va .
Rock Island, Ill.
Sacramenio, Cal.
Sally Lake City, Utah..
San Francisco, Cal
Saratoca Springs, N.Y.
Sit-annal, Ga .
Sloux City, Iowa. .
St. Joiepi, Mo..
St Lous, Mo.
Sr. Paul, Minn. .
Surinigfeld, Il. .
To'erio, Ol . .
Vicksburg, Miss
Wisl.iu.gtoi.. D. C. .
WhIeeli.g, W. Va
While Mounlains. N.H


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144
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4 30
5 -o.


14 20
44 00
t3 30
54 ;0
34 0.5
36 mo
27 00
22 00
22 00
6o 00
36 oo
25 00
16 co
43 30
27 oo
9000
7 00
30 o0
38 oo
48 00
600o
32 00
50 oo
49 oc,
39 oo
6a oo
54 oo
20 30
37 oo
68 oo
9 o0
60 oo
tZ 50
2'oo
14 30


44 45
u2a 00
19o o
aga 00
6 30
42 00
64 oo

40 00
56 40
43 25
23 00
65 00
6 15
19 30
'1 45


DIPF.jTIau

h. m. a.
o 1 6
o 10o 22
o 20 56
o Ir 30
0 19 36


o 53 o
o 23 38
o 53 58
0 41 44
o 30 to
o ;6 8



o 36 6



1 23 2
o II 16
o 48 t6

a 1o o

0 45 56

S 5 o1
o 55 44
o 59 58

o 44'
o 5z 12
t 3 56
0 io 50

o 15 to
o 4 35
o 24 4

o 13 45

3 3 56
2 8
3 14 4.
0 o0 1
0 28 28


r 4 53
a t6 7
I 2 7


S12a 7
o 27 7
S10o 30


The difference in time, indicated by the above table,
East of New York, PFAT WeAs, SLOW.











POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.
CENSUS OF 1880.


Alabama ......... ,202,34 I
Arkansas.......... 602,504
Caliornia ........ 864,o0
C.-lorado ..... ... 94,649
Connecticut ...... 622,bb3
Delaware ........ 146,654
Florida............ 66,q)3
Georgia ........ .1,53S93
Illino s...... .3,0 ,,033
Indiana ......... i,978,3S'3
Iowa ....... ... 1,624,463
Kansas. .......... 9 ,315
KenOucky ........ 1,64,5'
Louisiana ...... 940,263
Maine ........... 648,945
Maryland ....... 935,319
NMinAcbuj:er*... ,783,o0-5
Michigan .....1....,634,0o'
Minnesota ........ 790,80
MI.sissippi ....... 1 31,9)
My1Isoun..........2,i b,o) I
Nebraska. ........ 452,41.2
N e ada ........ 62,.205
Nevi Hampshire. 347,'.
New I rey. ......1,130.3
Norh Carko ....... 5,o3,1I,
Nornl Carolina... i ,400,000


Ohio ............ 3,19*,794
Oregon........... 174,767
Pennsylvania ..... 4,2z2,-34
Rhode la lnd..... 270,5:8
South Carolina.... 995,o06
Tennessee........ 1,5q,463
Teras ........... ,59,.,509
Vermont......... .332,2a6
Virginia ......... 1,511,203
West Virginia .... 6i8,.)3
Wisconsin........ ,315.386
Total States .: 49,369,965
THE IERRITORTES.
Alaska ...... ..... --
Arizona .......... 40,4-11
Dakota......... 134,502
Di l. of Columb;a. 177.618
Idaho ............ 3',t i
Moniana ........ 30,57
New Mexico...... SE,43o
iah.. ........ .143,907
Vashingion .. .,io
\V''oming .... 20o,738
Total Terriloies 72e.594
Toial U S... 5.o,52,554


POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL CITIES

CiLie having a population of 3o,o00 and upward, according
to the United States Census of iS0o.


21 Albany, N V.... go,q.i)
23 Allegheny, Pa. .. 78,681
.5 Atlanta, Ga...... 34,398
Baltimore, Md...33z,rgo
5 Boson, Mass.... 362,535
3 Brooklyn, N. V.. 566,68.)
I4 Bitlao, N..... 155,137
3r Cambridge, Mis.,. 52,740
4. Cimlen, N. J. .. 4,653
36 Chirleston, S. C 49,099
4 Chici;o, Ill. ....503,30
8 Cincinnati, Ohio 255,708
it Cleveland, Ohio. i60, 1 2
33 Columbus, Ohio 51,665'
47 Dayton, Ohio ... 38,677
44 Denver, Col. ... 35,630
iS Derroir, Mich.. .i 6,342
37 Fall River, Mass. 49,006
53 Gr'd Rapids,Mich.32,ot5
6: Hsrri;burg, Pa... 30,762
4; Hirtord, Coon.. 42,553
61 Hoboken, N. J.. 30,9)
4 Indianapolis, Ind. *5,0o,4
17 lers.y, Ciry, N.J. 10o,723'
30 Kansas City. hMo. 55,811
46 Lawrenca, Mans. 39, 'S
16 Louisville. Kr... T3,645
2' Lowell Mia~ .... 50.Q5
4 Lwnn, MaI, .... 38,284
55' M'ncher.er. N.H. 32,630
54 Memnhis, Tenn.. 13,5or
19 MilanRiker, Wis 115,578


Rrak.
38 Minn'ap'lis, Minn.46,887
60 Mobile. Ala .... 31,o05
40 Nashville, Tenn. 43,461
iS Nenark, N.J ..36,400
20 N. Hasen, Conn. 62,882
to New Orleans, La. 26,r4o
r N. York, N. '. 1,oc.6,;qo
50 Oakland, Cal ... 34,556
64 Omah., Neb..... 30,518
34 Patier'on N.J.. o50,87
2 Phladelphia, Pa P4.,,98
a Ptisbuhig, Pa.. .1.6,331
53 Pordand, Me.... 33,810
2o Providence. R. I. i1a,80o
41 Reading, Pa .... 43,1=o
25 Richmond, Va... t3,833
22 Rochester, N. Y. 89,363
9 S'n Fr'ncirco,Cal.233,956
63 Savannah, Ca... 30,681
39 Scranton,, P.. 45,89o
55 Springfield, Mass. 33,340
57 Sl. Joseph. Mo.. 32,484
6 Sr. Louis, Mo. ..350,522
45 St. Paul, Minn.. 41,498
32 Syract..e. N Y... 51,791
3q Toledo, Ohio.... 50,143
29 Troy, N. Y...... 56,747
52 Utica. NY . 33,913
r4 Wash'lton. D C 147,10,
5q Wheeling, W. Va. 31,266
41 Wilmnincltn. Del. 42,494
S8 Worcester, Mass. 58,295






































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WEIGHTS.

Mearle Deamol~ina ud rkider. E',nal.laeu i Deommtllloi l use.
m mo. Ne..0ae. h'1a.. ..L. A.ls rdp W
J LT Ig. (] -I'- la B MFlr T iar llj. WeljLl.
Miller ortonneau=1,0u0.00= I euble meler~- 04.6pounds
Quincar = 100,(00= I hectoliter =-20f.4fpounds
1 yrtagram = 10,00b= 10 liers ='22.04 pounds
Kilogramor kilo = J,000= I liter =2.I04i pounds
Hectogram = 100-= I decllier -3.521; onnee1
Dekagram = lu=10 c. centmet.0..'7 oonice.
Gram = 1= I c.centlmel.=il-.2 gains,
Decigram = .I=.l c. cenlmel.l .54.l! galiti.
Centigran = .01=10 c. mllihmeit-.lb43 grain.
MUltgram = .01= 1 c. milmlf-r.-0.0154 grain.


----omo:oo.--

MEASURES OF LENGTH.

.Im Dseminatios and Tslas.. iul.sI...au i D anmintimu I as.
Myriameter =10,000 meters = 6.2137 miles.
Rlomneter = L,600 meters = 0.62T7 m. or 3.,20 ft. 10 I .
Hectometer = 100 metersAi 28 2tmt ard I inch.
Dekameter = 10 meter Wi393.7 inches.
leter = I meter '39.37 inches.
Deelmeter = .1 of a meter = 3.37 inches.
Centimeter = .01of amneer= 0.3937 inch.
Milllmeter =.001 oi a meter = 00394 inch.

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MEASURES OF SURFACE.

Merlio Dsemneoln. sand VaTIu. Iqlwasouenm la De.omulnusq I. us
Hectare = IW,00 square meters = 2.41 acres.
Are = 1iusquaremeters = 119.6squarq yards.
Centare = Isquare meter = 1,50a squatilnees.


--*oamc--

MEASURES OF CAPACITY.

Walrl Du.mmlastsol ad ViTlun. Zqahileas. I D enBssllon i u
Na.me. let.Ians. CubIcMesuAre. Dry Inuar. WIe.. ens.
Kdrfinrr = I al)= lo iblemtasl = IIOXouble u& an= Wtl.7ail..
HenIllier = IO = .1 lt. ialme r = iuB p. .8 pH. pi.l.
Dealnte = 10 = io.de lmetera=s wn bOBru = lMir pll
Ur1 =I 1 = r.e3selmeir = 0.rqa irrL = 1.0567qru.
DreiUer = .1 = 1 s.delimes.r = 0 I1R.t.bl In. = 0.Still
CeirildlLr = .01 = ll)e.aeJns)meas= 6.61o bslolblo. = 0. OBluado.
MlUllIs =.u .(a1 .=Io.enltimier Ol euni rob. a 0 ..ladds.











TIDEM TA.BLE

FOR OBTAINING TiME OF HRIGH WATrR FOR PLACES
ON THE EasreRN COAST OF THE UNITED STATEs.

(T/W fol'lowhig values are derived from late determinm-
lions of tlA United States Coast Survey)


To find the time of High Water at any of the following
places, add or subtract the hours and minutes opposite the
name of place in the following Table, to or from the hours
and minutes of High Water at New York for the required
day, as found in the Calendar Page.

h. m.
Portland, Maine.................... add 3 is
Portsmouth, New Hampshire............ 3 io
Newburyport, Massachuserts............. 3 9
Salem, ............ 3 o
Nan3ucket, ... ..... "
Holmes Hole, ............. 3 30
Wuod's Role, S. Side," .......... o 21
New Bediord Entrance.(Dd ling Rock),
Mas ........ ............... ..... sub. o 16
Newport, Rhode Island................. o 28
Point Jud;ih, ........ ....... o 4r
Sandy Hook, New Jersey............... 4
Watch Hill, Rhode Island............... add o 47
Slonington, Conneccut..................... o 5
New London, ...;.... ...., -' 15
New Haven ................ 3 3
Brndgeport, ................. 58
Throg'- Neck, New York............... 3 7
Cape May Landing, New Jersey ........ o 6
Neacasdle.............................. 3 40
Philadelphia, Pennsylhania.............. ab. 6 55
Annapolis, Maryland............. .. ... "' 3 35
Baltiinore, ............... .... 40
Richmond, Virginia.......r ............ 3 4
Hatteras linle, North Carolina ......... I 9
Beaufort, .......... o 47
Charleston (C. H Wharm, S C ........ 47
Fort Pulaski (Savannah Em.), Ca.... ... ". 55
Salvannlalh Dry Dock Wharf), Ca....... o o
St. Augustine, Florida................... add o 8
Key W est, ................... 9
Tampa Bay (Egmonn Key), Fla.......... 3 8
Cedai Kei (Depot Key), Fla........... 5 a













INTEREST LAWS OF ALL THE STATES.


STATES &
T&osiirotHiEs.


Alabaima.

Arkanu.a,
Caldi rnia,
Colorado,
Conn(cnctit,
Docoln h,
Delaware.
DasincL of Col.
Florid,
G orafl.
Idaho,
ll.noids,
Indian .
Io.ia.

Kentucky,
Luaisiaona,
Maine.
Maryland.
Mabs.acEh slettL,
Michigan.
innesola,
Bl,.uiappI,
Missourn,
Mlontranin,
Nicbrsaka,
NebradLa,

N. Hampshiire,
N-a Jersey,
Nciw Mexico,
Ne., York,
North C:rolina,
Oh.1,.
Oregon,
Per, nylvania,
Rhode Island,
South CaroLuMa,
Tinnet..Be,
"I rxex na ,

U ah,
Vermont,

Washington,
Waet Virgiila,
Witoonain,
Wyoming,


PENALTY OF CaURY.


Losa of lolereaL
No poenaly.



Forfeitureof all interest.
e cnlract.

all interest.
No penalty.
Forfttrure of excess.
4A) fineorimp'l 0 moo. or both.
Forfeiture of all interibt.
interiat and coha.
xeiaus.

all interest.
wnterea&.
No penalty.
Forfeture of excess.
No penalty--i per ct.on judg'a.
Forfeiture of excess.
" over 7 per et.
No penalty.
Forfeitureof all interesL
No penalty.
Forfeirure of all interest & cota.
No penalty.
Forfeit of three times Ui. reed.
Forfeit of all interest.
No penalty.
Forfeiture of eontraet.t
Forfeiture of interest.
exces. ,
pril., int. & costs.
Sexcess. Actof 1859.
unless by contraet.t
No penalty.
Forfeit of over 6 p,. & ilA0 tone.
No penalty.

Forfeit of exceCs on R. R.bonds.
- cotac!. 2 ,-
No penalty.
Forfeit of excess.
all itereat.
No penalty.


Special.




No hmit.





18 per Cl.
U per el.
10 per Ct.
No Ullile.
I per ct.
12 perel.

1) per ct.
tO per et.

12 per ct.
10 per ct.
8 per ct.
No limit.

No limit.


Nolimit.
10 per'cl.

13 per et.
No hllniL
d per ct.
i per et.
12 per elt

6 per ct.

S per cL.
It per et:
G per et.
Nollmit.

10 per et.
NolJmilt.

7 per et.
12 per cc.
No limit
i per tr.
10 per at.
No limit.


* IILla to rest for nlademeanrr.
I Aso panihtbl a a lisd.moaanor. DBank faroflt Itlaorea onlj. l
datlo i L.e bilnret f char-ed I adivace.
I Alao poer e~st. on Judigsau .











RATES OF POSTAGE.


POSTAL CARDS, cent each, go without further charge
to all parts of the United States and Canada, with an addi-
tional one-cent slamp they go to all parts of Europe.
ALL LErTTRS, to all parts oc the United States and
Canada, 3 cents per half-ounce.
LOCAL, OR DRTOP" LETTERS, that is, for the city or
town where deposited, 2 cents if delivered by carriers, and
i cent where there is no cartier system.
NEWsPAPERS, daily, sem-i-weekl, cri-weekly and veek-
lies, regularly ri]ued and sent to regular subscriber, cents
per pound, payable at the othfle of publh7on; new papers
and magazines published less ltequently than once a week,
a cents per pound.
Tasistatr NETwsPAPERn, 1Magazines, Pamphlets, Books
printedd, Calendars, Catalogues, Corrected Prools, Hand-
bills, Maps (lithographed or engraved), Music (printed
sheet), Poster-, Proof-sheets and Pros ectrneu, cent for
each two ounces or fraction thereof. All other miscellaneous
matter, including unsealed Crculars, Blink Books, Book
Marnuscrips, Photographs, &c., and also Seeds, Cuttings,
Bulbs and Roots, and Merchandise, not exceeding four
poundsin weight, i cent for eachounce or fracLion thereof.
The following are the postal rnles with Europe. The
rate for letters are for the hall-ounce or fraction thereof,
and those for newspapers for four ounces or traction
thereof:-
To Great Britain and Ireland, France, Spain, all pans
of Germany, including Austria, Denmark, Switerland,
Italy, Russia, Norway, Sweden, Turkey (European and
Asiatic), Egypr, letters 5 cents, newspapers 2 cents.
For Asiatic.counrries. the half-ounce limit [or letters, and
the four ounces for newspapers, still holding good, the
rates are: -
To Australia, letters, via San Frapcisco exceptt to New
South Wales), 5 cents, via Southampton tr cents, via Brin-
disi 19 cents; newspapers, va'San Francisco a cents, via
Southaiipton 4 cents, via Brindisi 6 cents; China,.letters,
via San Francisco 5 cents, via Southampton ii cents, via
Brindisi 15 cent-, newspapers 2, 4 and 6 cents, by the re-
spectiveroutes, British India, Italian mail, letters 5 cents,
newspapers a cents; Japan, letters, via San Franocico 5
cents, newspapers a cents.



U. S. MONEY ORDERS.
MONEY ORDER POST OrCncs ire established in all the
large ciies and owns, at which Orders can be obtained
upon any other office, at the following rates of commission:
On Orders not exceeding $1, o cents.
Over $5 $" 3o, . 15
$30 .o, . 20 "
$40 1 50o. .. 2 "
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 liv contains the
esSence'f a 'large amount of legal verbiage:
If a note is lost or stolen, it does not release the maker;
he must pay it,'if the consideration for which it was given
and the amount can be proven.
Notes beir interest only when so stated.
Ppnc;pals are responsible for the acts of their agents.
Each 'individual in a partnership is responsible for the
whole amoiint of the' debts of the fimn, except in cases of
special partnership.
Ignorance of the law excuses no one.
The law compels no one 'r do possibilities.
An agreement without consideration is void.
A note made ;o Sunday is void.
Contracts niade on Sunday cannot beenforced.
A note by a minor is void.
A contract nade with a minor is void.
A contact made with a lunatic is void.
A note obtained by fraud, or from a person is 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 8dr money is not always conclusive.
The acfs of one partner bind all the rest.
Value received" is usiallywritten in a note, and should
be, but is not necessary. If not written it is presumed by
the law, or rmay be supplied by pfoof
The iiketof an "accommodation" bill or note (one for
which he has received do consideration, having lent his
name or credit for the accoimnokfaion of the holder) is not
bound to'the person accoriimodated, butis buind to all othel
parties, precisely as if there was a good consideration.
No consideratiii is suffde't in law if 'i be illegal in-its
nature. . ." :t : -
Checks or drafts must be pesented for payment Without
unreasonable delay.
Checks.er.-draft should be presented..drming business
hours, but in this country, except in-he case of banks, the
time extends through the day and evening.
If the drawee of a.check.or draft hap changed his resi-
dence, the qlder must use,due or reasonable diligence to
find him.
If one who holds a crhecl as payee or otherwise, transfers
it to another, he has a right fo insist that the check be pre
sented that day, or, at farthest, on the day following.
A dote indcised in blan trthe namb of the indorser only
written) is transferable by delivery, the same as if 'made
payablrtolbearer: ' -
r f-thetimineof.payment.ofln:u.a t is not:iliseftd, it I
held payableia:deandl '*-q *r, ,'v.r "a. *.ar fi










BUSINESS LAW IN- DAILY USE

The time of payment of a note must not depend upon a
contingency. The promise must be absolute.
A bill may be written upon any paper, or substitute for
it, either with ink or pencil.
The payee should be dis nctly named in the note, unless
it is payable to bearer.
An indoree has a right of action against all whose
names were on the bill when he receiv-d it.
If the letter containing a protest of nor-payment be'put
into the post office, any miscarriage does not affect the
party giving notice.
Notice of protest may be sent either to the place of busi-
ness or of residence of the party notified.
The holder of a note may give notice.o( protest either to
all Ihe previous indorsers or only to one ol them; in case
al the latter he must select the list indorser, and the lat
must give notice to the last before him, and so on. Each
mdorser must send notice the same day or the day follow-
ing. Neither Sunday or legal holiday is to be counted in
reckoning the time in which notice is to be given.
The loss of a bin or note is not suficient 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 ii. the bil
or note be dshonored.
An endorsement may be written on the face or back.
An endorser may prevent his own liability to be sued by
writing without recourse," or similar words.
All claims which do not rest upon a seal or judgment
must be sued wuhin six )ears from the lime when they
arise.
Part payment of a debt which has passed the time of
statutory limitation revives the whole debt, and the daim
holds good for another period of six years from the date of
such partial payment.
A verbal promise to pay, made without conditions, is
generally held as sufficient to revive a claim otherwise shut
our by the law of limitation.
If, when a debt is due, the debtor Is out of the State, the
"six yelrs" do not begin to run until he returns. It he
afterward leave the State, the time Lorward counts the same
as if he remained in the State.
An oral agreement must be proved by evidence. A writ-
ten agreement proves itself. The law prefers written to
oral evidence because of its precision.
No evidence may be introduced to contradict or vary a
written contract; but it may be received in order to explain
bL wlt sanr eombStl is a niad oLeqftultisd.











SHORT METHOD

FOR CALCULATING INTEREST.

Multiply Ihe principal by as many hundreds as there
are days, and
For 4 per cent .......................... Divide by go
5 e ... ..................... " 7a
6 ........ .................. o
I* .r. .. II II
"8" .. ........................... ,
9 ........................... i 40
I" j -" ................... .... .. 36
I ...... .............. 30

EXAMPLE-I INTREST on $6o for 30 days at 4 %.
Si x .30 = i5.oo, which divided by o0 = i6j cenas- the
required result.


FESTIVALS AND FASTS.


Epiphany ...
Septu-.gezima Sunday . .
Quinquagesima -Shrove Sunday
Ash Wednesday . . .
Frrst Sunday in Lent ,
SI. Pariek ... . . .
Palm Sunday .
Good Friday . . .
Easter Sunday . . .
Low Sunday . . .
Rogation Sundy . . .
Ascension Day-Holy Thursday
Pentecost-Whit Sunday ,
Trinity Sunday . . . .
Corpus Christi . .. .
First Sunday in Advent. .
Christmas Day . . . .


S . Jan. 6
. . . Feb. 5
. . . Feb. 9i
. I . Feb. 22
. . Feb. 26
S . Mar. 17
.. ..- April a
. April 7
. . . April 6
April 16
. ay 14
. . May i8
S. May 28
S . June 4
June 8
. . Dec. 3
. . Dec. 25


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THE SEASONS.

Vernal Equinox .. . . Mirch o2, ob. p M.
Summer Solstice . . .. .June a., 8h. A. M.
Autumnal Equinox .... .Sept. 22, Yih. P.M.
Winter Soltice . . Dec. al, 1h. P. a.
.Given -i. Washington time.












ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1882.


IN ;e year r1ES there will be two Eclipes, both of the
Sun I and a Transit of Venus acoaos the Sitn's disc. '

I. A TOrAL ECLIPSE oF TrH SUN, May R1. Invisi-
ble. Visible to Europe, Asia, and northern and central
Africa.

II. An ANrNULAR EcLjPr orF TrH SUN, November aj.
Invisible. Vis ble to Australia and PolyneEia.

IIl. A TRAnSIT OF VENUS OVER THE SUN'S ntlC.
December 6. Visible in a greater or lesser degree to a
large part of the world, except to easlern Europe and to
Asia, and wholly visible to the eastern portion of Nonh
America and to South Ameri, -occurring as fllos:--


FLACE.

Boston .............. ..
New York .......:.....
Chicago .......... . ..
Phlladelphia............
Washngton .............
Charleston ...... .........
New Orlea ..............
St. Lou ................
Dener....................
BHalt tLak......... ....


InternW l CunL..

Gd. b. Urn. A 51.
.tid h. Jm. *m.
.I. Sb. 3m "
C. bh.'in. "
6d. Pb. 1f. "
Gd. h. Em "
6d. 8h. 25m.
6d. 6h: h.m.
. Mh.2.m. "
Before sunrise.


Intrnal Cas.act

Ed.. 3r. P.u.
q4 h.. tn "
6d. 1h. nm. "
Od. hV. 46m. "
Cd.2h. 3,m. "
Od. h. 21m "
Sl. l.4Em. "
6d ]h.47m. *4
Cd. [h. 4m. "
d. Oh. 22m. "


MORNING AND EVENING STARS,
MERCURY will be visible a- Evening Star about Fqbru-
ary 6, June z, and September 28; and as Morning S ar
about March 2r, July 19, and November 7.

VoNus will be Morning Star till february 20; then
Evening Star till December 6., and Morning Star again for
the rest of the.year..
JUPITBR will be Evening Star till May 30; then Morn-
ing Star till December aS, and Evening Star again the rest
o[ the year.



CHRON.OLOQICAL CYCLES.


Dorinical Letter . . . .
Epact . . . . . . .
Lunar Cycle, or Golden Number . .
Solar CycTe ...........
RomranrIdirtion . . . . .
Julian Period .,.... .. . ... ;


.... A.



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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FULL MOON...... 4d. 6h 1-m. i. 4d. 6h. 2m. M.
LAsT QuARTER.. r2d. iih. 3m. M. nd. loh. Sim. M.
NEW MOON ...... i1d. rh. 51m. qMd. 1ih. 39m. M.
FiRSl QUARTER.I. 26d. jh. m. M. 26d. 2h. 4qm. M.


SLAT.
SDay
I of
C W'k.


OF' BOST. & CHI.
Sun Moor BLasT.
R.&S R.&S. TIDE.
H. H I M. M' .

7 304 58 9 6 1
s4 39 5 52 10 o
r7 30 6 4. 149- 3
r4 41 RISES. ir- 32 4
7 30o 63 ..... 5
J4 43 7 13 o 31 6
r7 3Q 8 11 I. 1 7
4 45 9 1 48'
r7 29 10 8 2s 24'

r7 29 mORN.' 3 41 It
s4 49 o 7 4 25 rz
r7 28 F 9 5 16 13
r4 52 2 13 6'14 14
r7 7 3 S 17 15
s4+54 4 21 8,23 16
r7- 26 5 20 o 26 17
s4 56 6 14 10 27 18
r7 25 eins. 11 20 19
j4 59 6 41 ..* '20
r7 24.7 58. 35 2I1
S5 1 913 1 23 22
r7 22 10o.26 z To 23
S-. 4 I37.'2' -57 24
r7'21 NmN; :3 46 25'
5" 6 'o,45 4'41 '26
r7'19 r 5 4r '27
f5. 9 2-.2 .6 43 28
.7 7 3 49 -7 46 29
35.12 .4.39 8 46 30
r7. 15 5 -2 .9-38 33


N. YORK & PHI'LA
Surr Moon N. V.
R.&S. R.&S. TIDE.
H.. H.M.* H. M.
r'7 5 4 53 5 Sr
s4 45 4 47 6 46
r7 25 6 35 7 33
34 46 ISS. 8 '14
r7 25 616:8 57
4 48 7 159 37
r7 2 S r o310 4
s4 50 9 11 rd 49
p7 24 10 8Sit 2.5
S4 52 i 6.....
r7 24 MORN. O 2
r4 54 o 51': I:!
r 23 r 6 2 j
s4 56 2 9 *z S9
7 22 3'13 4
x4 59 4 16 5 *7
r 21 5'15 6 rz
s5 i 6 9 7 I1
r7 20 sTrs. 8 3
r5 3 6 43 8 55
r7 9' 7 59 .9,45
5' 6 9 13 10 30
r7 78 Po 25rr r6
5 S IF 34 .. -
r7 '16 IHmi o 3
s5 I ao 41*-I 28
rV 15 i 46 2 27
s5''3 2 47 3129
r? 13 -3-44 4 31
s5-IS -4 34 5 31
ry -1 5 '/ 6 24


















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FULL MOON..... 3d. ill. i4m. M1 .jl. ih. 2m. M.
LAsr QUARTER .. I. d. l31.- 5 Iid. 31. 38m. M.
N W MOON ....... ird. Sicl. 61 A. id. 911. 54m. A.
Fir Er QUAR7ER. .. .4. Ill. 4,-m. A. 4d. 4h. 35m. A.
LAT. OF BOST. & CHI. N. YORK & PHILA.
SDay .Sunr MhooN Doirr. SUN IMo, 4 N. V.
'5 oi R &S. R.&S I'uID. R.&S R.&S. IoDS.
Q \"k. [ l i i. M i. At. 1 I. MI M hi. H. M.


10 29
II 7
1I 44
0 2.
o 38.
r 13-
I .50:
2 27;
3 6
3 5''
4 435
5 44
6 5'
8 I
9 8
10- 7
II 1
II 49
O 12
o 59
1 45
2 33
.3-22,
4 16!
51-161
6 -i6
6-1n9
.7 120
8-17
S-zT
""i


- 10
7 49
8 26
6j 6
9 42
ro 16
10 5S
4r 29

d 38
i' 3
*2 30
3'37
4 45

6 53'
7 43
8 33
1-9 22.
10 7
to 5'
FI 41
S8
T 3
2 3
:3 5
.4
.5 2


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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON NEW YORK.
FULL A. ~ N...... 4d.71. 1. b. A. 4d. 7 1. 14m. A.
LAST QUARTER.... id. '41l.,44n. A. I'd. 411. 3.in. A.
Na.v MoortN...... agd. 37]134m. T id. 71.. 22mi, l.
r'lsr QUARTER.. 26d- 611. 49 li. . 6d. 8b. j3m. Mr
LAT. OF BOST."& CHI. N. YORK & PHL.A.
S Day SUN AfooN- IMOST. S Son Mooin N. Y.
of R.S I& II '1 R.&S 14.&S. TI' B.
V W'k. I I; M. H.m.. M.. m. I. M. H. M. H. M.
I Wi. r6 36 4 34 9 9 1 -6 35 4 30 5 54
la TH. -15 5 5 4 9 55 25 52 5 1 *6 41
SFR r6 33 5 3 0o 36 3 r6 5 29 7 =2
4 SA. 5 54 N'cc -1 14' S 55 IES. 7 56
*5 'S a 6 29 6 52 ur 48 5 r6 28 6 51 8 31
6 Mao.- 56 7 51 b 5 6s 57 7 49 9 1
-7 Tu. r-6 26 8 5 D 41' ,:7r6 25 8 5o 9 45
18 WE.r5 S8 9 54 157 8s5'5 59 9 5 1 22
.9 TH. r6 2310 '55 ii 58 9 r622 TO 51 II 1
o1 FR..s6 I 11 55 141 o.o6 I ir 5011 47
p SA.- r6 19 mIsN. 3 27 IT r6 g19 oTiE o 13
2 As6 3 0 53 4 2 3 2s6 3 048 -S 8
,13 Mo. r6 16 r 48 5 23 13 r6 1S 1 43 2 to
14 Tu. .6 5 2 38 6 321 4 r6 6 2 33 1. -7
i5 WE r6 3 '22 7? 41 15r6 12 3 '8 4 25
z6 Tu. s6 8.4 1 2 845 16s6 8 359 530
17 FR. r6 9 4 38 9 44' 17 r-6 9 4 36 6 3
18 SA.- 6 10 5 '3 o. 37 *i86 10 5 12 7 22
t.9 A. r6 6 sn-Tr. "-=S5 rgr6 6 sW7s. 8 8
20Mo. 6 '12 -8 4 *..... 20,s6 612 8 i 8 55
21 Tu. r6 2. 9 16 o 33' 21 r-6 c 9 12 9 44
e2 WE. A6'134 0Jo 5 1''2L1 22 s6 14 10 21 10 30
23 TH. r5'59 1r 29 2.10 23 r5 59 11 24 Fi 18
24 FL. 3 16 MORN. 3: 0 24 l6 16 MORN. ...
25 SA- r 55 o26 3 5 25'5 6 o21 0 39
26 4' s6 19 r 15 4 49 26 r6 l8i 1o r 36
27 Mo. rS 52 i '57 5 48 27 -s 52 P 53 2 34
S Tu. s-6 21 2. 34 6 46 28 V6 20 2 30: 3 3
29 WE.r5 48 3 6 7 42 29r5 49 3 3 4 26
30 TH. s6 23 3 34 8. 30 16 2? 3 32= 5 16
31 FR. r5 45 3 59 9 17 31r #5 45 3 56 6 3


















MQON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
rULL'MooN ...... d. h.. 3m. a. A d. oh. 51m. A.
LAsr QUARTER.. iAd. ~b. 46m.'M. zid.d rh. 34m. M.
New MLOPN ..... 17d. 4h. s5q4r A.- zy. 4h. 421m. A.
FIRST QuasRra,. zsd. ib. anm. M. 25d. 2h. im. m.

LAT. OF- BOST, & CHI.- .N. .YORK & PHILA.
SDay -SuN MNooan BOST. RI SUN MOON N. Y;
of .R,&S R.&S, TIDE.. E R.&S; R.&S TIDE:
H W'k. M. M. -. M ..M.. C H.K;M. HM. HM. g.,


9 59
ro39
Il 17
11 53
0o I
O 52
I 36
2 22:
3 1II
4 .7.
3-9
Sa3.




II: 2
7- 19
's 22



Ir- 48
O III
I- 0
. L'48-
z 38
*3 26
4 17
5 9:
6 3'
6 56
7 46
8 34
9g 18


6 44
7 Z4
S37
' 8r
S9 t8

ro 42


, 54
/5 55
2" 59
.4 3
-5 .6
8 5
6 ;8
7 45
8 _3
:y9 22
ro 9
o1 56
X1 46
.o 12
1 '4
1 56
'2 49
3 41
4 3'
5 IS
.6 4


















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
CLLL MOON.... 3d. h. 4im. M. 3d. 3h. 35m. M.
LAsr QUARrER. jod. 7h. 5rm. M. iod. 7h. 39m M.
NEW MOON ..... i-d. 2h. 49m. M i-d. 2h. 37m. M.
I:IRr QUARTER.. 24d. 7h.'57sm. A. 4d. h. 45m. A.


ST. & CHIh, "M. YOR
MOON BOST., g SLUN
R.&S. TIDE. 'o R.&S.
H. M,. I, u. M.

3 45 10 3 r4 59
4 6 10o 46 s6 57
RISrs II 28 ?r4 56
8 V4 ..- 4.s6 59
9 39 :0 33 5 r4'54
10 31 1 19 67 I
II 6b 2 8 7r4' 51
MoN. 2 59 8J7 3
0 0,3 52 9"4 49
0 36 4 49 o 7- 7*5
1 b8 5-51 r r447
1 40 6 54 r s7 7
2z 1 7 55 13 r4 45
2 45 8-54 r4-'7 9
3 o9 s, 4 48'54 4
3 591, o.4v;t16s, 1i1
SETS; I i J30 17 r4 4
S 53 -.-x 18sy 13
944 0 40 19 r4 39
10 27 28 20s7-rI4
11 3 2- '3-/ 2rr4 38
I1 35 2 .5S 2s7- 16
MORN 3 4 3'23r4 136
0 4 4 28 2417L.18
O 29 5' '5 25 '4 35
O 53 6 6' 267 20
I 18 6. 56 :7 r4 33
1 45 7 48 '2817 21
2 14 8.38 29r4 32
247 9 27-'30S7 23
3 '5 [0 17 31 '4 31


K' & r54A.
MOON N. Y.
R.&S ToDE.
H. M. R. M.

3 47 6 49
4 19,'7 30
ss. 8 jo
8 3? 8 66
9 34 9 42
10 26 0o .27
11 14 11 16
[I 57 '- * .
MORN. 0 '39
0 34 '1 36
S.7. 2 37
i 40 -3 40
; 13 4 '4
2 47 'S 80
3 2316 35
4 3 7 25
SETS. 8 13
8 48-9 2
9 39 9 '5t
ro 23o10 34
10 59 'i 18
r 32-'. L..
MORN. o6 28
0 2 1 T5
0 28 2 "I
o 53'i 5
I 19 3 4'


. OF BO
y -SON
fR:.S.,
k. H. m1.


-LAT
"a Da
5 .,of
a W'
ot
Tu

.4T-
FR
.6 SA,
7 -9
8 Mlc
9 Tu
io Wl
11 TH
12 FIT
13 S.
14 9
c15 1
16 Tu
17 Wi
18 TH
19 FR
20 SA

22 WMc
23 Tu
24 WV
25 TH
2 FR
27 SA
28 .A
29 MIC
j3 Tu
31 W1

















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FULL MOON ...... ad. II..,nm. A. ad. l3. 37m. A.
LASTQUARTNEI. 81. Olh. 3 51,. A. Ed. o11. 14n. A.
N w Moon ....... J I ll.. iii. A. r3d. ih. 37m. A.
Fitsr QUAl.TER.. .3d. lh, i Am. . l3d. ill,. m. A.
: LT. OF BOST. & CHI, .N. YORK & PHILA.
D Day Sun BooN I BoST. N SUN MOOr N. Y.
' oi R.&S. R.&S 'TIDE. R.&S.I .&S l'TID
d W'k. II. H. m. H. M. u. u .. N. M. .


ir 7 r
11 53 2
o-17 3
. 6 4
S56 5
2 4 6
3 35 7
4 29 8
5 27 9
6 29 ro
7 .3I 11
8 3' 12
9,39 13
10 24 14
1 -584 15
Ii 58 r6
0o z21 17
I 4 18
I 45 19
3 26 20
3 1 4 21
3 45 22
4 29 23
5 1524
6 7 25
7 2' 26
8 o 27
S 57 28
9 '54 29
16 49 3o


r4 3f
74 25
'4 36
s7 27
r4 29
s7 28
r4 29
17 29
r4 28
s7 30
r4 28
r 31
-4 28
s7 32
r4 28

'7 33
14 =8
7 j34
'-4 28
57 34
r4 29
.r** 34
V4 29
57 33
'-4 30
57 35
1'4 30
'7 35
.14 3I
s? 3'5


S49
8 37
9 =8
Io 16
rr 3
11 *3
IT 55
to 21
; 16
2 14
3 13
4 r6
5 r6
6 15
7 .9
7 56
8 42
9 3
ro io
r1 48
II 28

' 3'
I 16
2 '1
2 53
3 47
445
5 43
6 40
'7 33
. .*


















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
ruLL. MOON ...... d. i. l 4m. M. rd. ih. 12m. I.
LAT QuL'RTER... -d. 5 1. S11l. A. 7d. 411. 5 A.
New MNoo: ....... 1;1 h1. i;n. I ,d. 5 m M.
FIRST Q Ai.lTERT.. 2l4I. 51h 3m111. 1. d 51h. 2im. M.
FULL MOOn ......... 3o h. b.m. r. 3od. .bm. M.


LAT. OF BO
| Day SUN
'o ofr &S.
aW'k. I. M.


ST. & CHI. N. YORK & PHILA.


[os'r. :
1103. ,
'lion. "
hi. M. C

I 38 J
0 2 2
o 50 3
1 40 4
2 2S 5
3 5 6
4:7 7
.5 4 8
4 9

8'.4 l11
9. 13 12
io- 7' '3
o .55' 14
11. 37- 15
...... 16
o 36 17
1. 14 18
I'5r 19
2 281 20
3 6 2t
-3147 22


.6,24: '5
7. =7 26
8 31 27
9-31 28
10j30 29
1 22. 30
- ... 1


St'N MooN N. Y.
R.&S. R.&S. T'ls.
il. M. IF. Al. H. M.

r4 32 nises S 20
.7 35 8 32 9 r3
'4 33 9 11 10o
s? 34 9 46 01 47
"4 34o1 19 11 35
s7 34o10 5?-O 0
/r4 36 1L 21 54
s7 33 MORN. 50
r4 37 o 1 2 50
f7 32 o 41 3 55
r4 38 1 26 4 57
17 3r' 15 5 58
'4 40 3 '.9 -6 53
7 30 4 S 7 38
r4.4r sETS. 8 21
7r 19 8 2 9' s
443 8 3? 94'r
7 1S1 8 359 0 18
"444 9 -5 10 5"
17.7 .9 5'1 -- 30
'4 46io 19 .'-:
7' 25 10 48 -d 33
-4 48 1: 22 I- 19-
S7 23.1Tr'59 2 L-
4' o'Mno. r-.' 3' o10
I7 22! 0 45 4' I2
S4. 5 1 38 -s r16
17, o20 40 '6 rV7
r4*53 3 47 7' 5
7 IS RUBS. 8 3
4' 55 7.43'8 54


Moot
R.&S.
II. M.
iir.s.
8 35
9 13
.9 4i
To 19
.io 51
1 23
ir 58
MORN.
0 37
.I cI
2 o10,
3 4'
4 4'

8 5.
*8 34:
9 .0
!9 25
-9 50
Ja 17
,o 45
I i: IS
IS
"J 55
MORN-.
0.40
r 33
2 35
3 43
RISBS.
7 45.
















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. -NEW YORK.
LAST QUARTER.. 3d. ixh. aCn A. 5d. ish. 1s. A.
New MooN ...... i3d. 4h. 2An. A. i3d. 4h L4m. A.
FIRST QUARTBR.. ad. im. th. nA. 2nd. 7b. 59m. A.
Fu.LL MOON....... 25d. 4h. 35m A. A. Ed. .h. m. A.
* LAm OFPBOST. & CHI. N. YORK & PHLA.
f Day SUN MooN BosT. S -SuN MOON N. Y.
o of R.R.&S R&S. Tr. R.&S. R.&S TIe.
Wl W'k. H.M. H. m H.M. m. H. b. H. M. H. M
. Tu. r4 52 8 19 o 33 r4 56 8 '9 943
2 WE..7 iS 8 52 I 20 2-7 15 8 53 10 '28
3 TH. -4 54 9 24 2 7 3 r4 58 9 26 u1 r3
4 FR. s7 61 9 59 2 55 47 12 2 ......
5 SA. r4 56 1o 38 3 46 5r5 o 1 42 o 32
6 A J7 14 11 21 4 4 61s7 ro it '25 I 29
;7 Mo. r4 58 MORN. 5 45 7r5 2 MRN. :2 31
8 Tu.. 7 II 0 9 6.50 857 7 0-14'3 36
9WE.r5 o 1 7 54 9r5 4 i 64 38
to TH. s- 8 t 57 8 P o10s7 5 2 2 i5 38
nt FR. r5 2 2 55 9 44 ri r5 6 2 59 16 30
12 SA. I7 6 355 0 31 127 2 3 58 7 '6
k3 S r5 4 SrTS. I; 1 .i3 r5 S ETrs.. 7 55
14 NIo.:-s7 3 7 411-49 14 7 o 7 38 .32
La Tu. 5 7 7-29 o.6 5r5 1r 7 2919 1
16 WE. s7 o 7 55 0.42 r6s6 57 7 56-9 45
i7 Tn. r*5 9 S 21 1 17 17 r5 2 '031 2
r8 FR.. .6 57 8 48 54 r8j6 54 8 0 o6 .5
19 S.. r5 IJL 9-r 2 32- 19 r5 14 9 21 r 35
20 b 6 54 9 53 3 zos6 51 9 57 i ;-.
21 Mo. r5 13 034 3 58 iPtS- 16 10 39 0 45
s- Tu. js6 51 11 22 4 SI' 22 6 4811 27 I 38
23 WE. r5 15 MoRhN. 5 54 23r'5 18 MORN. -2 40
4 TH. s6 4b1 17 7 246'45 22 -3 45
25 FR. r5 17 1 20 8 c.7. 25'5 1o r 4 24 5S
a6 SA. s6 44 2 30 9-o 6s6 42 2 34 5 55
7 -A-r, 1r 3 4410- 7 27 75 2 3 47 '6 53
s8 Mo.-6 4rT .5- o0 1 1 2856 39 5- 2 7 44
29 Tu.; r5 21 RISS 11- 48 29 5 ?4 RISS. 8 31-
30 W.ls6 38.7 23 o0.r 306 36 7 -49 2I
31 TH.: r5 23 7,59 0 58 3r r25 s. I i' 8

















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
LAS QUARTER... 4d. Sh. 43m. M. 4d. 11.31m. M.
NEw MOON ....... id. Sh. irm. M. zd. Sh. 3m. M.
FInRT QIiARTER.. aod. Eli. 44m1. o 2odb. 32jm. M.
FULL MOON...... 27d. ohl 26m. M. i;d. oh. a4m. M.
LAT. OF BOST. & CHI. N. YORK & PHILA.
a Day SUN Moorm Borr. j SunM OO.N N. V.
o' of R.aS. R.&S. TIDE. R.&S. R.&S ToID.
d \V'k. H. M. H. M.1 H.M. H. M. H I. M. H. M.
IIFR. 15 24 8 37 [ 46 I rS 26 8 40 1o 53
2 SA. s6 23 9 '9 2 35 2s6 31 9 =31 r 44
3 A r5 27 to 6 3 26 3 '5 2S I0o 0 12
4 Mo. s6 29 10 58 4 23 4 j6 28 1r 3 1 O
5Tu. -S5 29 1 53 5 24 535 3011 5S 2 11
6 WVE. 6 B6 monN. 6 28 6s6 24 MORN. 3 14
7 TI. r- 31 o 51 7 30 7 r5 32 o 55 4 14
8 FR. s6 22 1 50 8 25 SA6 21 54 5 9
9 SA. "5 33 249 9 15 90-5 34 2 52 6 i
o A 6 19 3 48 to o o s6 18 3 50 6 46
1i Mo. r5 35 4 4610 41 11 'S 3 4 477 26
12 Tu. s6 15 SETS, ii 18 1256 14 users. 8 o
13 WE. r 37 6 25 1 52 13 5 38 6 26 8 36
14 TH. s6 12 6 5: o .9 14s6 i 6 54 9 14
15 FR. '5 39 7 22 o 45 1'5'5 40 7 25 9 51
16 SA. 6 8 7 55 1 24 r6s6 8 5910 27
17 S 5 41 S 33 2 3 '" 5 4 83711 7
iS Mo. r6 5 9 17 2 46 i8 s6 4 9 2211 53
19Tu.. r 44 to 8 3 33. '9' 441o 13 19
20 WE. 6 i .1r 6 4 :8 z2S6 I II ii1 15
21 Tl. 7*5 46 MORN. 5 30 al r5 46 mowN. 2 16
22 FR. 55 58 a i1 6 35 225558 a 15 3 21
23 SA. -5 48 1 21 743 23 *5 48 1 24 4 27
24 A 5 54 2 34 8 46 2415 54 2 36 5 31
25 Mo. r5 50 3 49 9 43 25r5 50 3 5o 6 29
26 Tr. s5 51 5- 510 36 26s5 5 5 5 7 21
27 WE. r5 52 R II S. 11 25 275 S2 RsS. 8 7
28 TH. s5 47 630..... 28s5 47 6 33 8 57
29 FR. *5 54 7 r2 0 35 295. 54 7 16 9 46
30 SA. 55 44 7 59 1-25 3055 44 8. 3o10 34
.I.I..~...........h I.:......... Ir...u

















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
LAST QUARTER.. 3d, 9h 33m. A id. qh. 21m A.
NELv Moon ..... id. sh i7m. M. izd. ih. m u1
FrRsT QUARTER.. Iqd. ,h ilm. A. i9d. bh. 5rm. A.
FULL MOON ...... 26d 5. A5 26d. gh. 38m. M.
LAT. OF BOST. & CHI. N. YORK & PHILA.


D Day Sun MooN BOST. ,
' of R.S R &S. Sti o.
Q W'k. H. M Kl M. M. p


5 56 56
6 34 0 17
7 16 o 58
8 5 1 41
9 0 2 27
10 r 3 15
ii 6 4 8
MORN. 5 7*
o r5 6 iI
I 26 '7 15
2 39 8 17
3 34 9 16
5 9 ro o10
RISES 11 3
5 461it SI
6 37 o r6
7 33 I 6
8-32 1 57
9 32 2 47


SUN Moon N V.
R.&S. R &S TaIE.
H P H. M. H M.
r' 56 8 56 11 24
5 41 9 51 .....
r5 58 10 4S 0 49
5 38 11 4; 1 46
r6 0 mo&.. 2 44
J5 34 o 46 3 40
r6 2 1 44 4 33
s5 31 2 41 5 12
r6 5 3 38 6 9
25 28 4 35 6 50
r6 7 5 32 7 28
s5 25 sets. 8 4
6 9 6 I 8 42
s5 22 6 38 9 24
r6 11 7 21 Io 4
'5 19 8 ro o1 46
r6 3 9 5 r 34
s5 r6 to 5 o
r6 15 i 9 o 55
s5 13 Mo0R. I 53
r6 17 o 1S 2 57
J5 o1 r 28 4 o
r6 &2 2 39 5
s5 7 3 53-6 2
r6 22 5 7 6 56
s5 4 RisES. 7 46
r6 24 5 o 9 35
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Fursr QuARTUB.. id. 3h. s~m. Sid. 3h. 46m. M.
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FIRsr QUARTER.. i7d. ilk. 5511. .17d. i h. 43m. M.
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