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Southing and Declination of the Planets.
lgt day.
7th day.
13th day.

19th day.
Souths. Dec.
Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths.

Dec. h. m.

1 4 22m. 6 10 s. 4 m. 6 68. 3 40m. 5 59 8. 3 18m 5 47 s. 4 35 7 43n.l 4 16 9 21n.

3 55

11 3n. 3 33 12 49n. 137 24 23 40 S. 7 19 23 38 8. 7 14 23 29 s.

7 10

23 13 8. 433 22 48 7 45 22 44 7 27 22 39 7 8

22 34 8 9 33 10 31 9 19 9 58 96 9 24 8 52 8 49 H 9 57 18 46 9 36 18 42 9 15

18 37 8 54 19 33 8 10 21

15 25

10 17 15 18 10 19 14 12 10 27 12 15 10 58

16 23 10 47 15 32 10 37 14 39 10 27 13 44 9 O 22 a. 4 4n.||11 46 2 49 n. 11 12 1 81.110 41 0 41 h 10 12 19 3 9 48 a. 18 10 9 258.18 15 9 2 a. 18 19 n.

High water.

2 55m. 5 35 S.

n. 3 11 14 35 7 5

S. 22 51 6 50 22 30 8 39 8 12

33 18 30 10 37

9 28 10 16 12 49 10 16 2 15 8 39 a. 18 23 n.

PHENOMENA AND OBSERVA

TIONS.
Sundays and other Remarkable

Days.

7 34

1 5 57 a. 12' 41.8 4 26 a. 1 50 a. o lla. o 4 757 Mayer. dist. 7'.
2 6 51 29.6 5 41 3 5 1 26 Boileau died, 1711.
3 7 45 17.0 7 9 4 33 2 24
4 8 37 3.8 8 25 5 49 4 10

21st Congress commenced, 1829. 5 9 26 11 50.2 9 25

6 49

5 10 Boston Massacre, 1770. 6 10 14 36.2 10 10

5 55

Oc. of $ 22. o 740 Mayer. 711 0 21.7 10 49

8 13 6 34 2d Sunday in Lent. Inf. o of . 8 11 44

6.8 11 23 8 47 8 English entered Bourdeaux, 1814. 9

10 51.5 11 53 9 17 7 38 O H 19 ve dist. 8'. Dec. p. vis. 10 0 28m. 35.8

9 46

87 ♡ greatest western elong. 11 1 11 19.9 0 22m. 10 14 8 35 Din apogee. 12 1 53 3.6 0 50 10 43 9 4

Occult. of x me. 13 2 37 9 47.0 1 19 11 15 9 36 Discovery of Herschel, 1781. 14) 3 22

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1 51 11 51 10 12 3d Sunday in Lent. 15 4 7 13.0 2 27

10 56 stat. Battle of Guilford, 1781. 16 4 55 3 55.7 3 11 0 35m.11 51 ☆ in aphelion. 17 5 45 38.2 4 6 1 30

British finally left Boston, 1776. 18 6 36 20.5 5 16 2 40 1 lm. R stationary, 19 7 30

2.6 6 43 4 7 2 28 o H dist. 41'. O $ * dist. 89' 20 8 25 7 44.6 8 5 5 29 3 50 O enters p. Begin. of Spring 21 9 20 26.5 98

6 32

4 53 4th Sun. in Lent. Mid Lent Sun. 22 10 15

8.3 9 59 7 23 23 11 11 6 50.0 10 46

6 31 Hornet capt. the Penguin, 1815. 24 0 7a. 31.6 11 32

7 17 O eclipsed; invisible. 25 1 4 13.2 0 15 a. 9 39 8 0 Annun. of B. V. Mary. 26 2 1 5 54.8 059

8 44 Bona. ar. at Paris from Elba, 1815. 27 2 59 36.3 1 44 11 8

stat. 28 3 56 17.8 2 30 11 54 10 15 Oc. a 8. 5th Sunday in Lent. 29 4 53 4 59.3 3 17 0 41 a. 11 2 30 5 47 40.8 4 13 1 37 11 58

Capitulation of Paris, 1813. 31 6 41 22.4 5 23 2 47 1 Sa.

5 44

8 10 8 56

10 23

9 29

3 298 899

USEFUL REMARKS. Moon's Equatorial Parallax and Horizontal Semidiameter, in seconds.

Amusement is the happiness of those who cannot think.

Pope. e. p. 8. d. d. e. p. ss. d. d. e. p. s. d.

No man ever did a designed injury to an3369 918" 11 3265' 890421 3671" 1000 other, without doing a greater to Limself. 2 330 07

12 287

96 22 680 03 Nothing more easy than to do mischief 13 316 904

23 669

00 nothing more difficult than to suffer without 4 274 92 14| 352

13 | 24 639 992 complaining: 51 255 87 151 396

25
25 594

79 No man is wise or safe, but he that is 61 243 84 16 445

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26 540 65|| honcst. 7 236 82 17 499 53 27 482 49 There is no more fruitful cause of evil, than 81 235 82 18 553 68 28 425 33 causeless or intemperate anger. 9 239 83 191 603 82

29 374 19 Before you give way to anger, try to find a 101 249 85 201 644 93 30 330 07|| reason for not being angry.

Men fear death through ignorance, as children fear the dark. Bacon.
Envy has no holidays. Bacon.
Sun rises and sets.

Moon sets and rises.

|Days of the Month.

Days of the Week.

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Washington,

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2 39 2 36 2 25 2 21 38.

41 42 43 46 47 3 21 3 18 3 16 3 6 3 4 4 Su. 39 40 42 45 47 3 54

3 52 3 50 3 43 3 41 5 M. 38 39 41 44 46

4 25 4 24 4 23 4 19

4 17 37 38 39 43 45

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Southing and Declination of the Planets.
7th day.
13th day.
19th day.

25th day. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec.

h. m. ? 2 27m. 5 19 s. 2 2m. 5 58. 1 36m. 4 51 s. 1 9m. 4 38 s. 0 41m. 4 268. 1 2 44 16 380.

2 20 18 20 n. 1 54 19 56 n. 1 28 21 23 n. 1 1 22 41 n. 46 28 22 25 s. 6 9 22 21 s. 549 22 19 s. 5 29 22 17 s. 5 7 22 15 3. 870 22 18 6 55 21 42

6 49
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6 44

20 15 6 37 19 25 H 8 9 18 26 7 48 18 23 7 27 18 20 75 18 18 6 43 19 17 8 8 23 7 29 8 9 6 50 7 55 6 10 7 40 5 31 7 25 4 51 V | 9 53 3 32 9 39 4 4 9 28 4 8 9 21 3 42 9 16 2 53 10 4 11 44

9 53
10 49 942 9 54 9 30

8 59 9 18 8 § 10 53 5 16 11 10 0 56 11 28 3 59 a. 11 50 9 19 n.o 15 a. 14 38 0. h8 13 a. 18 260.7 51 a. 18 28n. 7 29 a. 18 28 7 7a. 18 27 6 45 18 25

High water.

Days of the Month.

Moon souths.

Equation of Time.
Add to app. Time

till the 16th.

Boston, &c.

New York, &c.

Charleston, &c.

PHENOMENA AND OBSERVA

TIONS.
Sundays and other Remarkable

Days.

Good Friday

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7 54 6 15 Nantucket plund. by refugees, '79. 6 11 17 33.9 11 3 8 27 6 48 o s 813 May, dist. 2. O 40. 7

16.4 11 34 8 58 7 19 Occult. of g m. 8 0 Om. 1 59.1

9 27 7 48 9 O 43 42.0 0 3m. 9 56 8 17

De Foe d. 1731. 10 1 27

25.1 0 32 10 27 8 48 Bank of U. S. incorp. 1816. 11 2 13 8.6 1 3 11 0 9 21

Easter day. Ó Dy. 12 2 59

0 52.3 1 36 11 37 9 58 Easter Monday. 13 3 48 36.3 2 13

10 42 Easter Tuesday. h stationary. 14 4 38 20.7 2 57

o'21m. 11 35 o 8 e H dist. 4'. 15 5 30 5.4 3 50 1 14

1st theatre opened in Phil. 1754. 16 6 22 Subtr. 4 57

2 21

0 42m.|| Shakspeare born, 1564. 17 7 15 0 24.0 6 20 3 44 2 5

Franklin died, 1790, aged 84. 18 8 9

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7 44 5 8 3 29 1st Sun. after Easter. Low Sun. 19 9 3 51.8 8 49

6 13

4 34 o da Bat. of Lexing. 1775. 20 9 58 1 5.1 943 7 7 5 28

enters 8. 21 10 53 17.9 10 31

6 16

Din perigee. 22 11 50 30.3 11 18 842 7 3 O H 22 V8, dist. 7'. Sup. O 8 O. 23 O 48 a. 42.2 04a. 9 28 7 49

George IV. birth-day kept. 24 1 46 53.7 0 48 10 12

8 33 brightest as morning star. 25 2 45 2 4.7 1 33 10 57

9 13

2d Sun. after Easter. St. Mark. 26 3 43 15.3 2 17

11 41 10 2 o Ñ H. À 54' S. 27 4 39 25.4 3 4 0 28 a. 10 49 8 %. York U. C. taken, 1813. 28 5 32 35.0

3 53

1 17 11 38 Bona. embarked for Elba, 1814. 29 6 22 44.1 4 55

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☆ in perihelion. 301 7 10 52.7 6 9 3 33 1 54 o ? O. La. ced. to U. S. 1803.

7 55

Moon's Equatorial Parallax and Horizon

USEFUL REMARKS. tal Semidiameter, in seconds.

The latter part of a wise man's life is taken d. e. p. s. d. d. e. p. s. d. d. e. p. s. d. up in curing the follies, prejudices, and false

opinions he had contracted in the former. 13294" 898123366" 917"22 3626" 988" Men who possess all the advantages of life 2 268 91 13 403 27 23 590 78

are in a state where there are many accidents 3 250 86 14 443 38 24 541 65 to disorder and discompose, but few to please 4 240 83 15 486 50 P5 489 51 them.

Swift. 51 237 82 |16531 62 26 434 35 When dunces call us fools without proving 6 241 83 17 573 74 27 381 21 us to be so, our best retort is to prove them to 7 250 86 18 610 84 28 336 09

be fools without condescending to call them 8 264 89 191 637 91

Lacon. 91 283 95 120 649 94 30 271 91 The want of due consideration is the cause 10 306 901 121 646 94 131 254 87

of all the unhappiness a man brings upon him11 334 09

self.

Sir P. Sidney. Sun rises and sets.

Moon sets and rises.

Days of the Month.

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1 S. 5 3 7 5 7 7 5 10 7,5 20 75 24 7 2 3m. 2 om. 1 58m. 1 51m. 1 48m. 2 Su. 2 6 9 19 23 2 34 2 33 2 31 2 26 2 24 3 M. 5 8 18 23 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 0

2 59 4 Tu.4 59 8 3 7 17 22 3 32 3 32 3 32 3 32 3 32 5 W. 58 2 6 17 21 3 59

4 1 4 04 4 05 6 Th. 57 1 5 16 20

rises. rises. rises. rises. rises. 7F. 56 0 4 15 20 6 51 a. 6 48 a. 6 45 a. 6 37 a. 6 33 a. 8 S. 55 4 59 8 3 15 19 7 49 7 45 7 42 7 32 7 28 9 Su.. 54 58 2 14 18 8 45 8 41

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8 25 8 20 53 57 1 13 18 9 39 9 35 9 31 9 18 9 13 11 Tu. 52 56 0 13 17 10 30

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10 22 10 8 10 3 12 W. 51 55 4 59 8 12 17 11 18 11 14 11 11 10 58 10 53 13 Th. 50 54 58 12 16

11 58 11 55 11 43 11 39 14 F. 49 53

11 16 02m. 15 S. 48 52 56 11 15 042 0 39m. 0 37m. 0 27m. 0 24m. 16 Su. 47 51 55 10 14 1 19 1 17 1 15 18 1 6 46 50 54 9 13 1 55 1 54 1 52 1 49

1 48 18 Tu. 45 49 53 9 13 2 31 2 31 2 30 2 30 2 29 119 W.

44 49 53 8 12 3 7 39 3 9 3 11 3 12 20 Th. 43 47 52

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3 44 3 46 3 48 3 54 3156 21 F. 42 46 51 6 11

8 ets. sets. sets. sets. sets. 22 S. 41 45 50 6 10 7 52 a. 748 a. 7 44 8. 7 32 a. 7 27 a. 23 Su. 40 45 50 5 10 8 55 8 51 3 47 8 34 8 29 39 49 4

9 9 52 48 9 44 9 31 9 26 25 Tu. 38 43 48

9 10 42 10 38 10 34 10 23 11 18 26W. 37 42 47 3

9 11 26 11 22 11 19 11 9 11 5 27 Th. 37 42 47 3 8

11 59 11 56 11 48 11 46 28 F. 36 41 46 2 S 02m. 35 40 45

S 0 35 0 33m. O 31m. 0 25m. 0 23m. 30 Su. 34 39 45 1 7 15 1 4 1 2 0 59

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Full Moon, 7th day, 6h. 55m, A. | New Moon,
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Southing and Declination of the Planets.
1st day
7th day.
13th day.
19th day.

25th day.
Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec.
h. m.
h. m.

b. m. 10 13m. 4 17.11 40 a. 4 11 s. 11 12 a. 4 10 s. 10 43 a. 4 14 s. 10 14 a. 4 25 s.

0 34 23 45n. 0 6m. 24 36 n. 11 33 25 20n. 11 04 25 42n. 10 36 25 51 n. 44 45

22 15 s.

4 22 22 16 s. 3 58m. 22 17 s. 3 33m. 22 19 s. 3 Sm. 22 238 H 6 20 18 15 5 58 18 15 5 35 19 15 5 11

18 15 4 47 18 16 I 6 31 18 30 6 23 17 33 6 15 16 31 6 7 15 29 5 57 14 24

7 9 4 13 6 53 3 34 6 36 2 57 6 18 2 21 5 59 1 47 9 6 7 14 8 53 6 23 8 39 5 33 8 25 4 46

8 10 4 1 + 9 12 1 43 9

0 16 95 1 26n. 94 3 18 n. 9 2 5 17 n. 0 42 a. 19 20n. 1 78. 22 47n. 1 25 a. 24 44 1 34 a. 25 22 1 348. 24 58 hl 6 23 18 22 6 1 18 18 5 39 18 13 5 16 18 7 4 54 18 0

High water.

PHENOMENA AND OBSERVA

TIONS.
Sundays and other Remarkable

Days.

11 7 55a. 3' 0.8" 7 28 a. 4 52a. 3 13a. St. Philip and St. John.
2 8 39
8.4 8 33 5 57

3d S. aft. E. Oc. of t 22. oho.

4 18 3 9 22 15.4 9 24 6 48 5 9

Havre de Grace burned, 1813. 4110 4 22.0 10 5 7 29 5 50 H stationary. 5 10 46 28.0 10 41 3 5 6 26 N. Bonaparte died, 1821, aged 52. 6 11 30 33.4 11 12 8 36 6 57

Bible Soc. formed at Philad. 1808. 7 : 38 2 11 43

97 7 28 8 0 15m. 42.6

9 39 8 0 o 9 i 2 46.3 0 15m. 10 12

S 33

Fourth Sunday after Easter. 101 1 50 49.4 0 49 10 47 98 111 2 40

52.0 1 23 11 25 9 46 12 3 30 54.0 2 1

10 30

Charleston taken, 1780. 13 4 22 55.4 2 45 09m. 11 19 Vienna taken by Bonaparte, 1809. 141 5 14 56,2 3 34 0 58

F. army crossed M. St. Bern. 1800. 15 6 5 56.4 4 35 1 59 0 20m. H stationary near o ve. 16 6 57

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5 49 3 13 1 34 5th Sund. aft. East. Rog. Sund. 17 7 49

7 14 4 38

2 59 at greatest western elongation. 18 8 42

53.4 8 25 5 49 4 10 War bet. G. Brit. and France, 1656. 19! 9 37

51.2 9 23 6 47 5 8 Great fire in N. York, 1811. 20 10 32 48.5 10 13 7 37 5 58 Ascension day. Holy Thursday. 12111 29 45.2 11 1

8 25

6 46 O ent. I. 8 greatest east. elong. 22 0 28 a. 41.3 11 48 9 12 7 33 Occultation of a 8. 123 1 27 36.9 0 33 a. 9 57 8 18 Sunday after Ascension. 124 2 26

32.1 1 17 10 41 9 2 od O. Copernicus died, 1543. 25 3 21

1 59 11 23 944 26 4 15 20.8 2 40 0 4a. 10 25 French took Dantzic, 1807. 127 5 4 14.4 3 22

117 OD 2. Fort George (U. C.) 28 5 51 7.6 4 12 1 36 11 57

(taken, 1813. 29 6 35 0.3 5 13

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0 58 a.|| Unsuc. att. on Sackett's harb. 1813. 30 7 19

2 52.7 6 25 3 49 2 10 Whit Sunday. 318 1 44.6 7 37 5 1 3 22 Whit Monday.

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