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meridian. add the numbers opposite in the column "For meridian passage" to the figures in the column "Sidereal noon" in the table for surveyors and engineers for the desired date, interpolating for dates between those given. Note whether the figures be "Morn" or "Eve." If “Morn" and the sum is more than 12 hours the result will be evening of the same day; if "Eve." and the sum is mure than 12 hours the result will be morning of the next day. Having found. the time of meridian passage, for the rising subtract and for the setting add the numbers opposite the name of the star in the column headed "For rising and setting," observing the directions as to "Morn" and "Eve." as given above. Those stars marked in the last column are circumpolar and do not rise or set in the latitude of New-York City. Stars having an asterisk (*) in the last column are only to be seen in the far south and when near the meridian, as the vapors of the horizon will obscure them at rising or setting.

To tell how high up from the nearest point of the horizon a star will be at its meridian passage, subtract the declination of the star from 90°, and if the result is less than the latitude of the place of the observer that star will neither rise nor set, but is circumpolar, and the difference between thar result and the latitude shows the star', a!titude above the north point of the horizon or below the southern horizon. Or, (90° - dec.) latitude altitude or elevation of the star above the nearest point of the horizon at meridian passage for stars of a south declination. Examples: Sidereal noon, November 5.

9 1 p. m Fomalhaut in "meridian'' column.

22 48

Subtract

31 49
24 0

7 49 p. m.
4 0 in "Rising and setting" column,

7 49 p. m. of the 6th = Time of meridian pasage.

7 49 p. m.
4 0

30°

3 49 p. m. = Time of rising.

11 49 p. m. of the 6th Time of setting. Declination of Fomalhaut = 30° south; therefore 90°

60° 40° 20° altitude of Fomalbaut in latitude 40° north at the time of the meridian passage of that star. To measure celestial distances with the eye, keep in mind that one-third of the distance from the zenith to the horizon is 30°. For smaller measurements use the “Pointers” in the “Big Dipper," which are nearly 5o apart-a convenient celestial unit because always in sight. The “Yardstick" or "Ell and Yard" in Orion, or the "Kings," is just 3o long, or 142° each way from the central star (see Star table). In the case of a star whose declination is such as to bring it nearer to the zenith than to the horizon at meridian passage, it will be better to use its zenith distance as a means of locating it. The difference between latitude and declination = zenith distance, If declination is greater than latitude, then such difference is to be counted northward (otherwise southward) from the zenith.

SITUATION OF PRINCIPAL PLANETS EACH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR.

PLANETS. Jan. (Feb. Mch. (April May June July | Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Venus ().

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8 Jupiter (21) Saturn (h).

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CHURCH DAYS AND MOVABLE

JEWISH CALENDAR.
FEASTS.

The year 5664 is the second of the 299th Septuagesima Sunday.

..Jan. 31 cycle, containing fifty Sabbaths and 354 Sexagesima Sunday.

.Feb. 7

days, as follows: Quinquagesima Sunday Feb. 14

Lasts, Shrove Tuesday...

Feb. 16 Year. No. and name of month. Begins. days. Ash Wednesday.

.Feb. 17
5664.. 4.. Tebet

.Dec. 19-20, 1903 29

5664.. 5..Sh'vat Quadragesima Sunday (Lent be

.....Jan. 18, 1904 30 gins)

Feb. 21

5664.. 6..Adar ..Feb. 16–17, 1904 29 Mid-Lent Sunday..

.March 13

5664.. 7..Nissan March 17, 1904 Passion Sunday.

March 20
5061.. 8..Iyar

. April 15-16, 1904 29 Palm Sunday.

March 27
5664.. 9. Sivan

May 15, 1904 30 Good Fridav

. April 1

1664..10.. Tammuz June 13-14, 1994 29 Easter Sunday.

.April 3

5664..11. .Ab or Av.......July 13, 1904 30 Low Sunday

. April 10

5664..12..Elul ...Aug. 11-12, 1904 29 Rogation Sunday..

May 8

5665.. 1.. Tishri ..Sept. 9-10, 1904 30 Ascension Thursday

May 12

or at sunset Sept. 9. Pentecost (Whit Sunday).

May 22 5665.. 2..Chesvan .Oct. 9-10, 1904 29 Trinity Sunday.. . May 29 5665.. 3.. Kislev

.Nov. 8-9, 1904 30 Corpus Christi.. .June 2 5665.. 4.. Tebet

.Dec. 8-9, 1904 29 Advent Sunday.

Nov, 27 5665.. 5..Sh'vat ......Jan. 7, 1905 30

MERIDIAN PASSAGE, RISING AND SETTING OF PLANETS.
Venus.
Mars,
Jupiter.

Saturn.

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January
January
February

February
February
March.
March.
March.

April. April. April. May. May. May.

June. June. Juno. July

Rises.
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Sets

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11 857) 337 3 50 2 34 7 53 7 32 4 37|10 23 10 16 2 31 7 171 6 54
11 9 6 3 54 4 18 2 281 761 7 34 4 4 9 52 946 1 291 6 321 6 19
21] 9 171 4 8 4 34 17 7 49 7 35 3 31 9 21 9 17/12 531 6 916 43
11 9 30) 4 21 4 51 2 61 7 46! 7 36 2 561 9 48 8 44 12 151 Rises.

a.m. Ia,n.la.m. 11 9 43 4 36 5 3 1 55) 7 42 7 3G 2 25 8 19

8 15

11 411 6 24 6 45 21955 4 45 5 10 1411 7 39 7 37 1 53 7 49 747 11 6 5 47 68

1 10 6 4 49 5 12 1 34 7 33 7 32 1 261 7 24 7 23/10 35 5 16 5 36
11/10 161 4 52

8 10
1 23 7 31 7351112 65 6.53 6 0510 0

4.40 50 21 10 24 4 511 5 4 1 111 7 27 7 33 12 251 627 6 28 9 25

4 24

a.m. I Rises. 1|10 32) 4 48 4 56 12 531 7 22 7 32 11 51|a.ma.m. 8.46 3 25 3 44 11 10 38 4 43 4 45 12 47| 7 16 7 31 11.211.5 18.5.12 8.181 2 18 3 7 21 10 44 4 38 4 3512 36) 7 12 7 29 10 00 4 41

4 37 7 33 2 10 2 29 110 50 4 35 4 28 12 261 7 7 7 28 10 19! 4 8 4 3 6 56 133 1 51 11 10 56 4 28 4 14 12 15 7 11 7 20 9481 3 351 3 29 6. 18112 55 1 13 21 11 5 4 27 4 812 81 Rises. 9 171 3 31 2 56 5 4012 20112 30 a.m. la.m. a.m.

Ip.m. p.m. 1 11 16 4 29 4 11 61 4 59

4 32 8 121 2 261 2 18 4 57 11 38 11 52 11 11 28 4 34 4 6 11 45 4 481 4 18 8 10 152 1 431 41710 51|11 16 21/11 42 4 41 4 14 11 35 4 36

7 37 1 17 17 3 37 10 18 10 36 1111 56 457 4 271|11 254 26 3-55 7 3112 42 12 32 2 56 933 9 55 \p.m.r-Sets. 11 15 4 161 3 ta 6 20 12 07 12 0 2 15 8 07

9 16 11/12 101p.m.lp.m.

p.m. lp.m. 2112 231 7 17 7 39 11 5 4 7 3 37 5 5411 36 11 24 1 33 8 12 8 36

1 12 33 7 161 7 37 10 53 3 57 3 28 5 14 10 52 10 43||1247 7 30 7 50 11 12 14 7 16 7 32 10 41 3 48 3 21 4 36 10 16 10 412 5 649 7 11 }

p.n. Sets. 21) 12 52 7 13 7 23||10 291 3 39 3 14 3 571 9 37 9 26||11 181a.m.la.m. 1/12 58 7 6 7 10 10 14 3 29

3 13 804 8 42/10 323 35 3 361 111 1 4 7. 1 6581-10 0 3 19 2 591 2 321 8.13 8 2 9 50 3 3 250 21 1 10 6 54! 0 461 9 46 3 11 2 53 1.491.7 31 7 19 9 9 2 31 2 12

1 1 16 6 49 6 361 9 30 1 2 591 2 44 1 61 6 49 699 8 291 1 50 131 11 1 21 6 46 6 27 9 14 2 49 2 37 1. 22 6 6 5 56 7 481 1 10!12 51

p.m. Sets. 21 1 34 6 46 6 22 8 581 2 381 2 2811 33 a.m.Ja.m. 7 9 12 31 12 12

p.m.ip.m. 1 1 47 6 501 6 21 8 39 2 25 2 15 10 44 0 5 5 13 6.26/11 41|11 26 11 2 1 7 0 6 29 8 221 2 13 2 9 10 1 4 22 4 30 5.48 11 6/10 47 21 2 15 7 121 639 8 4 2 1 2 0 9 18 3 38 3 46 .5.1110 30 10 9

1 2 30 7 29 6 581 7 46 1 48 1 50 9361 2 56 3 3 4.341 9 53 9 32 11 2 42 7 47 7 21 7 28 1 35 1 38

7 561 2 16 2 23 359 9 17 8 57 2 33 8 51 7 41

1 21 1 27 7 161 1 36 1 43 3 22 8 42 8 22 31 3 1 8 241 8 6) 6501 1 71 1 15 6 38/12 58 1 61 2 46 8 61 7 47

July.
July.
August.
August.

August.
September
September.
September
October.
October..

October....

November., November November.. December. December. December December.

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OCCULTATION. The planet Mars will be occulted by the moon December 2. The immersion takes place at 2:15 a. m. azd the emersion at 3:08 a. Ir,, Eastern standard time: OCC'ULTATION OF MARS BY THE MOON,

N A is the point of first contact of Marg with the eastern limb of the moon; B the point of last contact. The apparent motion of the planet from east to west behind the moon's face is due to the greater motion of the moon from west to east.

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TIDE TABLES. To find the time of high water for any place given in the table below, apply the correction opposite the place to the times of high water for its respective port given for every day on the twelve calendar pages of this Almanac. Add the correction to time of high water when it is plus, and subtract it when it is minus. Example: TO find time of high water at Rockland, Me.,, on January 7, 1904: Time of high water at Boston, January 7....

2:32 pm. Correction for Rockland, Me (see below).

0:26 Time of high water at Rockland, Me., January. 7.

2:06 p. m Corrections to Cor Corrections to Cor - Corrections to :

Cortimes of high water rec times of high water rec times of high water recat Boston for: at New-York for: tion.

Charleston for: tion.
H.M.
H.M.

II. M. Eastport, Me. -0) 35 Block Island, R. I... -1 2 Dover, Del...

8 40 West Quoddy H'd, Mel 0 49 Stonington, Conn... +049 Sea Breeze, N. J

10 17 Machiasport, Me.... - 40 New-London, Conn. +1 G New-Castle, Del..

8 1 Indian Harbor, Me..-0 55 Norwich, Conn. -+-1 47 Wilmington, Del..

746 Mt. Desert Nar., Me. - 28 Middletown, Conn.. +6 1 Gray's F., S. R., Pa 6 15 S. W. H. Mt. D, I.,Me -- 44 Hartford, Conn.

-658 Phila, Wash-ave... 6 7 Bass H., Mt.D. I., Me 045 Duck Island, Conn.: +2 23 Trenton, N. J...

2 59 Rockland, Me.. - 26 New Haven, Conn... -3 5 Rehoboth, Del..

+028 Oceanville, D. I., Me. -0 36 Stamford, Conn.....: +34 Ocean City, Mo.. Bangor, Me..

+1 12 City I., L. I. S., N.Y. 13 7| Cape Chas. L., Va... 013 Boothbay, Me. -0.43 College P., E.R., N.Y. 13 21 | Old Point Com., Va.

0 53 Bath, Me...

+0 31 Flushing, E. R., NY. 13 40 Newport News, Va.. 1 4 Gardiner, Me. +2 36 Pot Cove, Ast., N. Y. +3 2 Petersburg, Va..

9 11 Augusta, Me..

1337 | B'ckweil's I. L.,N.Y. +1 50 Richmond, Va... +923 Portland, - Me. -0 34E. 41st-st., N. Y. C. 41 37 Yorktown, Va...

1 22 Portsmouth, N. H. 015 | E. 27th-st., N. Y c. 1 23 Pt. L., P. R., Mu... 5 7 Isle of Shoal L., N. ( 201 Brooklyn, N. Y., N.Y +0.40 Alexandria, P, R., Va 0 11 Newburyport, Mass.. -- 15 B’klyn Bridge, N. Y. 0 20 Wash. N. Y., D. C..

+ 0 18 Gloucester, Mass. --0) 36 E. 110th-st., N. Y. C. +2 6 Crisfield, C. B., Md.. +4 59 Salem, Mass...

--011 High, Bridge, N.Y.C.. +2 21 Cambridge, C. B., M3 3 50 Nahant, Mass.. ( 18 Kingsbridge, N.Y.C.1 +0.50 Oxford, Md..

3 23 Boston Light, Mass.. 0 18 Willetts Point, N. Y. +3 7 Annapolis, Md..

2 33 Plymouth, Mass.. - 81 Glen C.; L.I.S., N. Y.) +36 Balt., Fells Pt., Md. 0 50 Vellfleet, c, C., Mass 011|Oyster B., L.I.S., N.Y +36 Elkton, Ma..

+2 10 Provincetown, Mass. -O 1 Nthpt. H., L.I.S., N.Y +30 P. Dep., S. R., Md.. + 241 Siasconset, Nant'k, I to 1 Trum. B., L.I.S., N.Y +2 11 Virginia Beach, Va.. 0 0 Nantucket H., Mass. 55 Sag Har., L.I.S., N.Y -1-2 19 Hatteras Inlet, N.C.

047 Edgartown, Mass.... 0 44 Montauk Pt. I., N.Y.) 1 Cape Lookout, N. C. 15 No Mans L'A 1., Mass -- 6 Bellport, N. Y... +2 39, Beaufort, N. C.... 012 Viney'd Hav'n, Mass +0 11 Fire Isl's Inlet, N.Y. -050 Carolina Beach, N.C. 0 14 Falmoulli, Mass.. -1 8 Rockaway Inlet, N.Y. -033! Vilmington, N. C... + 1 47 Tarpaulin Cove, Mass --341 Coney Island, N. Y.. -0 12 B'nerman's B., N. (. Cuttyhunk L., Mass.. -4 1 Tottenville, S. 1.,N.Y --021 While Hall, N. C.... -- 3 55 Woods Hole, Mass... --2 53 Fort Tom., S.I., N.Y-0231 Georgetown s. C.... +1 16 Bird Island L., Mass. --3 43 Ossining, H.R., N. Y: +1 4:1 Bluit Pt. W. R., S.C. +0 21 New-Bedford, Mass.. 340 Albany, 11: R., N. Y. +9 331 Port Royal, s. C.

0 36 Newport, R. 1.. -348 Eliz'port, N. B., N. J +0 101 Beaufort, S. C...

0 49 Bristol, R. I..., 3 34 Long Branch, N. J.. - 37 | Savannah, Ga..

+053 Pawtuxet, R. I..

3 21) Atlantic Chy, N. J.-028 Warsaw Sound, Ga.. - 4 Providence, R. I.. --323 Cape May City, N. J. 0 10 St. Andrew S., Ga.. + 23

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CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. Dominical Letters

C. B.
Epact

13
Lunar Cycle or Golden Number,
Solar Cycle
Roman Indiction.

2 Julian Period.

.6,617 Dionysian Period..

233 Jewish Lunar Cycle.

2

The ycar 102; of the cra of Diocletian.
The year 2084 of the Japanese era,

The year 1322 of the Mahometan pra, the second of the 15th cycle of 30 years, containing 354 day's.

THE YEAR 1994 CORRESPONDS TO

The year 7412-7413 of the Byzantino era; the year 7413 beginning Sept. 1.

The year 5664-5665 of the Jewish era; the year 5665 beginning at sunset Sept. 9.

The year. 2657 since the foundation of Rome, according to Varro.

The year 2680 of the Olympiads. The year 2001 since the beginning of the era of Nabonnassar.

The year 2216 of the Grecian era.

CHINESE CALENDAR. The year 1904 corresponds nearly to the year 4601 of the Chinese era, which is the 41st of the 76th cycle of 60 years: First month begins.

lib. 16 Second month begins,

Maren 17 Third month legiis,

April 15 Fourth month begins,

May 18 Fifth month begins, ,

June 13 Sixth month begins.

.July 13 Seventh month begins,

.. Aug. 11 Eighth month begins.

.Sept. Ninth month begins..

Oct. 9 Tenth month legins.

Nov. 7 Eleventh month: begins.

Dec. 6 Twelfth month begins, .......Jan. 5, 1905

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Day of year......

Day of month...

Day of week....

Jocal time..... Sun in meridian,

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Calendar for Mo., Calendar for Boston, Mass.,Calendar for N. York City : Cal. for Wash, D. C., Calendar for Charleston, 6

X. S., Ont., No. N. N. Hampshiro, Vermont, So. New York, Conn., Del., Md., V., W. 0.; Georgia, Ala., Misr,
York, Mich., WIH., Central Now York, So. R. I., Pa., N. J. North V., S. Ohio, S.Ind., South Ark., North. Loui-
Minn., N. and 8. Michigan and Wisconsin, ern part of Ohio, Ind., 8.11., N. Mo., Kaa., siana, North Texas, 80.
Dak., Mon., Wash., North lowa, Wyoming, and ill., So. Iowa, Nob.. Cent. Col., o. Utab, New Mexico, Southern
N. Oro., N. Idaho. fo. Idaho, Bo. Orogon. N. Col., Utah, Nev., Cal. O: Neb.. C. Cal.

Arizona, So. Oalifornia.
Moon
Moon

Moon
H. W

Moon 2. W.

Moon
San un sets San Ban sets

Sun San sets A. W. Snin

Sun
uets Gun Sun seto

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H.M.s. H MH M} H M/H MH M| H MH M|H MH Mị H MH M|H MH M| H |H Mi M| H MH M
1 Fr 12 3 17 7 371 4 31 5 82 7 30 4 38 5 24 9 23 7 25 4 43 520 6 4 7 13 4 49 5 16 7 3 5 5 5 4 6 4

21 Sa 12 3 461 7 37) 4 32 rises 7 30 4 39 rises 10 15 7 251 4 44 rises 6 55 7 191 4 5G riaes! 7 3 5 6{rises 6 52
3 31s 12 4 14 737) 4 33 5 37 7 30 4 401 5 4511 6 7 25 4 45 5 48 7451 7 19 451 5621 7 3 5 7 6 3 7 42
4 4 Mo 12 4 41 7 37 4 34 6 48 7 301 4 41 6 54/11 56 7 25 4 46 6 57 8 38! 7 131 4 52 7 ol 7 3 3 7 7 10 8 34
5 5 Tu 12 5 9 7 37 4 33 8 2 7 301 4 42 8 7ev47) 7 25 4 47 8 9 9 28 7 19 4 62 8 11 7 3 5 8 8 18 9 23
6 6 W 12 5 36 7 371 4 86 9 15 7 29 4 43 9 18 1 38 7 25 4.48 9 19 10 201 7 121 4 631 9 20 7 4 5 9 9 24 10 15
7 7Th 12 6 2 7 371 4 37 10 26 7 29 4 44 10 27 2 32 7 25 4 49 10 27 11 12 7 19 4 54 10 27 7 4 5 10 10 29 11 6
8 8 Fr 112 6 28 7 36 4 38 11 37 7 29 4 45 11 36 3 27 7 24 4 50 11 35 ev.i 7 19 4 53 11 35 7 4 5 11 11 33 ev.2
9 9 Sa 12 6 54 7 36 4 39 IO. 7 29 4 46 mo. 4 22 7 24 4 511 mo. 1 6 7 19 4 56 mo. 7 4 5 12 mo. 1 0
10 1015 12 719 7 361 4 40 12 42 7 29 4 47 12 39 5 25 7 24 4 521 12 381 2 6 7 191 4 57 12 361 7 41 5 12 12 32 2 2
11 11 Mo 12 7 43 7 361 4 43 1 46 7 29 4 48 1 44 6 27 7 24 4 53 1 41 311 7 19 4 58 1 39 7 3 5 13 1 321 3
12 12 TU . 12 8 7 735 4 42 253 7 23 450 2 451 7 30 7 23 4 54 2 42 4 13 7 18 4 59 2 39 7 31 5 141 2 30 4 8
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7 35 4 441 3 51 7 28 4 51 34 832 7 23 4 55 340 5 13 7 18 5 of 3 37) 7 31 5 15 3 25 5 8
1414) Th 12 854 7 34 4 45 4 4S 7 28 4 52 4 401 9 27 7 23 4 56' 4 36 6 8 7 18 5 1 4 32 7 3 5 16 4 2016 0
15 15 Fr 12 9 16 734 446 5 41 7 27 4 53 5 33110 16 7 22 4 57 5 28 6 56 7 18 5 2 5 24 7 8 5 17 5 11 6 48
16 16 Sa 12 9 37 7 33 4 47 6 29 7 271 4 54 6 20 11 0 7 22 4 59 6 16 7 38 717 5 3 6 12 7 31 6 18 5 59 7 30
17 1718 12 9 5S 732) 4 42 sets 7 26 4 55 sets 11 42 7 211 5 0 sets 8 16 7 17 5 5 sets 7 2 5 19 sets 87
18 18 MO 12 10 18 7 32 4 501 6 11 7 261 4 56 6 17 mo.1 7 21 5 1 6 20 8 52 7 16 5 6 6 231 7 2 5 201 6 34) 8 40
19 19 Tu 12 10 38 7 31 451 7 S 7 25 4 581 7 12 12 18 7 21 5 2 7 15 9 22 7 16 5 7 7 17 7 2 5 21 7 24 9 12
20 20 W 12 10 57 7 30 4 53 8 7 24 459 8 10 12 551 7 201 5 3 8 12 9 52 7 151 5 8 8 13 7 2 5 21 8 18 9 46
21 21 Th 12 11 14 7 30 4 541 96 7 24 5 0 9 6 1 32 7 19 5 4 9 7 10 211 7 15! 5 8 9 8 7 11 5 22 9 10 10 22
22 22 Fr 12 11 33 7 291 455 10 3 7 23 5 1 10 21 2 8 7 18 5 5 10 2 11 2 7 14 5 101 10 21 7 11 5 23 10 211 3
23 23 Sa 12 11 48 7 28 4 57| 11 1 7 22 5 8 10 59 2 49 7 17 5 7 10 59 11 44 714 6 11 10 58 7 0 5 24 10 55 11 52
24 24S 12 12 31 7 27 4 581 ms. 7 22) 5 4 11 58 3 82 7 171 5 8 11 57 mo. 7 13 6 12 11 55 7 0 5 25 11 50/mo.
25 25 MO 12 12 18 7 26 4 59 12 7 21 5 5 mo. 42 716 5 9 mo. 12 35 7 12 5 13) mo. 7 01 526 mo. 12 45
26 26 Tu 12 12 32! 7 25 5 1 1 3 7 20 5 6 12 58 5 11 7 16 5 10 12 56 13 7 12 5 15 12 54 6 59 5 27 12 46 1 44
27 27 W .. 12 12 46 7 24 5 2

7 19 5 8 2 0 6 6 7 15 5 11 1 57 2 36 711 5 161 164 6 58 528) 1 44 2 46
28;28 Th 12 12 58 7 23 5 4 3 10 7 18 5 9 3 3 7 31 7 14 5 131 2 59 3 40 7 10 5 17 2 55) 6 58 5 29 2 44) 3 47
2929 Fr 12 13 9 7 22 5 5 4 12 7 171 5 10 4 4 8 2 713 5 14 4 2 4 43 7 9 5 181 3 566 57 5 30 3 431 4 47
3030 Sa 12 13 20 7 21 5 6 5 10 7 16 5 121 5 5 8 59 7 12 5 15 5 0 5 42 7 8 5 19 456 6 57 5 31 4 43 5 42
31/31/S 12 13 30 7 201 8 68 7 15 5 13 6 0 9 53 7 12 5 16 556 6 37 7 81 5201

552 6 561 5 32 5 41 6 34

*Jan. 2.
First Quarter... 25
New Moon......
Last Quarter... 9
Full Moon......
Moon's Phases. D.

4 41 ev.
6 10 ev.
H. M.

1 47 mo.

Inter-Col. Eastern.
17 11 46 mo. 10 46 mo. 9 46 mo.

3 41 ev.
4 10 ev.

2 41 ev.

3 10 ev. H. M.

1 41 ev. Central. Mountain.

H. M.

2 10 ev. 0 47 mo. 11 47 ey. (10 47 ev.* 947 ev. 7 16 év.

8 46 mo.

R. M.
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Pacific.
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1 10 ev. 10 39 mo.

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