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Moon's Equatorial Parallax and Horizon

USEFUL REMARKS. tal Semidiarneter, in seconds.

Happiness is less valued when we possess d. e. p. s. d. d. e. p. s. d. d. 1 e. p. s. d. it, than when we have lost it. 13246" 885' 11 3462" 943" 21 3518" 959'' | enmities.

Life is short; it cannot afford time for 2 245 84 12 493 52 22 473 46 Remember that it makes a fault worse, to 3 254 87 131 523 60 123 426 33

endeavour to conceal it. 4 268 91 14 551 68 24 379 21

The best practical rule for morality, is, 5 239 96 15 575 74 25 337 09

never to do any thing which you would be 61 313 903 (16 592 79 26301 00

unwilling that all the world should know. 71 340 10

17 601
81 27 275 892

The man whose word can always be de8368 18 181 599 81 28 258 88

pended upon, is sure to be always honored. 9 398 26 19 583 76 29 252 86 What we call time enough always proves 101 430 34 20 556 69 30 256 87

little enough. The advantage of living does not consist in length of days, but in the right improvement of them.-Montaigne. Sun rises and sets.

Moon sets and rises.

Days of the Month.

Days of the Week.

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New York, &c.

Washington,

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Charleston, &c.

New Orleans,

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1 Tu. 4 33 9 4 38 8 4 44 8 4 59 8 5 6 7 2 2m. 2 2m. 2 3m. 2 4m. 2 5m. 2 W. 32 37 43 59 6 2 32 2 33 2 34

2 38

2 40 3 Th. 32 37 43 59 5 3 3

5 3 7 3 23 3 15 4F. 31 37 42 58 5

3 35 3 38 3 41 3 49 3 52 5 S. 31 36 42 58 5

rises. rises. rises. rises. 6 Su. 30 36 41 58

4 7 32 a. 7 29 a. 7 24 a. 7 11 a. 7 6 a. 7 M.

30 35 41 58 4 8 25 8 21 8 17 8 3 7 58 8 Tu. 30 36 41 58

4 9 14 9 10 96 8 53 8 48 9W. 29 35 40 57

4 9 59

9 55 9 52 941 9 36 10 Th. 29 35 40 57 3

10 41 10 37 10 35 10 25 10 21 11 F. 29 34 57 3 11 19 11 16 11 14

11 7 11 4 12 S. 28 34 39 57 3 11 55 11 54 11 52 11 47

11 45 13 Su.

28 34 39 56 3 14 M. 28 34 39

3 0 30m. 0 30m. 0 29m. 0 27m. 0 26m. 15 Tu. 28 33 39 56 3 1 3 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 16W.

33 39 56 2 1 37 1 38 1 40 1 44 1 46 17 Th. 27 33 38 55 2 2 15 2 17

2 20

2 27 2 30 27 33 38 55 2 2 57

3 1 3 4 3 14 3 18 19 S. 27 33 38 55 2

sets. sets.

sets. sets, sets. 27 32 38 55 2 7 34 a. 7 30 a. 7 26 a. 7 12 a.) 7 78.

27 32 38 55 2 8 28 8 24 8 21 8 8 8 3 22 Tu. 27 32 38 55 2 9 15 9 11 9 8 9 56 8 52

27 32 38 55 2 9 54 9 51 9 49 9 39 9 36 24 Th. 27 33 38 55 2 10 30 10 28 10 25 10 18

10 15 25 F. 27 33 38 55

2 11 2 11 1 10 59 10 55 10 52 27 33 38 55 2 11 32 11 31 11 31 11 29 11 36 27 Su. 27 33 38 55

28 33 39 56 3 Oom. o om. o om. O im. O im. 28

33 39 56 3 0 27 0 28 0 29 0 32 0 33

28 33 39 66 3 0 56 0 58 1 0 15 1 7 Full Moon, 6th day, 9h. llm. M. | New Moon, 20th day, 9h. 55m. M. Last Quarter, 13th 5 41 A. First Quarter,

27th

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

25th day. Souths.

Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec. Souths. Dec.
h. m.
h. m.

h. m. 42 38m. 22 27 s. 2 12m. 22 32 s. 1 44m. 22 37 s. 1 16m. 22 42 s. 0 49m. 22 48 8. H 4 18 19 17 3 53 18 19 3 28 18 21 3 3 18 23

2 37

18 26 $ 5 37 1 10 5 16 0 42 4 55

0 17
4 33
0 3n.
4 11

0 20 n.
5 46
13 7 5 35 12 2 5 24 10 58 5 12

9 55 s. 4 59 8 55 8. 7 52 3 12 7 36 2 33 7 19 1 56 7 2

1 23
6 45

0 54 92 7 42n. 9 1 949n. 9 1 11 53 n. 92 13 53 n. 94 15 47n. 8 1 17 a. 23 34 0 50 a. 21 56 0 13 a. 20 14 11 36 18 57 11 2 18 30 h 4 28 17 51 4 5 17 42 3 43 17 33 3 20 a. 17 22 2 58 a. 17 11 7 오 9 42 4 42 S. 15 5 2 s. 8 48

8 22

5 54 s. 7 57 6 26 s. # 10 4 25 47 n. 1 9 37 25 31 n.!! 9 10 25 7 n.1 8 44 24 34 n.

8 18 23 55 n. High water.

5 25 s.

Days of the Month.

Moon southg.

Equation of Time.
Sub. from App. Time

till the 16th.

Boston, &c.

New York, &c.

Charleston, &c.

PHENOMENA AND OBSERVA

TIONS.
Sundays and other Remarkable

Days.

4 10 56

8 1 24

1 8 43 a. 2' 36.0" 8 39 a. 6 3a. 4 24 a. Whit Tuesday 2 9 26 27.1 9 29 6 53 5 14

Occult. of xe m. 3 10 11 17.9 10 9 7 33 5 54 ☆ stat. Transit of observ. 1769.

8.2 10 46 8 10 6 31 in aphelion. 511 44

1 58.2 11 22 8 46 7 7 Generals Winder & Chandler taken, 6 8 47.9 11 56 9 20 7 41 Trinity Sunday.

[1813. 7 0 34m. 37.3

9 54 8 15 O H 21 vs, dist. 9'. 26.4 0 30m. 10 31 8 52 Pope born, 1688. 9 2 16

15.1 1 7 11 10 9 31 10 3 8 3.6 1 46 11 52 10 13

War declared against Tripoli, 1801. 11 4 0 0 51.8

2 28

11 0 St. Barnabas. 12 4 51

39.8 3 15 0 39m. 11 53 113 5 42 27.6 4 8 1 32

First Sunday after Trinity. 14 6 33 15.1 5 14 2 38 0 59m. Battle of Marengo, 1800. 15 7 24

2.6 6 33

3 57 2 18 Inf. Ó 8 O. Luther excom. 1520. 16 8 17

Add. 7 54 5 13 3 39 Total eclipse of the Sun, 1806. 17 9 12 0 23.1 8 59

6 23 4 44 Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775. 18 10 9 36.1 9 54

7 18

5 39 War declared against G. Brit. 1812. 19 11 6

49.1 10 44 8 8 6 29 General Greene died, 1786. 20 o 5a. i 2.2 11 30 8 54 7 15 Second Sunday after Trinity. 21 i 2

15,3 0 14a. 9 38 7 59 O enters ... Summer begins. 22 1 57

28.4 0 55 10 19 8 40 23 2 49

41.5 1 33 10 57 9 18 stationary. 24 3 38 54.4 2 9 11 33 9 54

Nativity of St. John Baptist. 125 4 25 2 7.3 2 45 0 9a. 10 30

A stationary 26 5 9 20.0 3 25

0 49

11 10 27 5 52

32.6 4 9 1 33 11 54 3d. Sunday after Trinity. Ở stat. 28 6 34

45.0 5 8 2 32 0 53 a. Battle of Monmouth, 1778. 29 7 16

57.3 6 21 3 45 2 6 St. Peter. (30 8 0 3 9.2 7 37 5 1 3 22 Tax on Tea, Paper, &c. 1767. Fortune, like the milky way, is a cluster of small, twinkling, nameless virtues. Bacon,

Moon's Equatorial Parallax and Horizon

tal Semidiameter, in seconds. d. e. p. 18. d. d. e. p. s. d.d. e. p. s. d. 7 3268189111 12 3550 967 22 3361" 916/ 2289 96 13 557 69 23 325 06 3 316 904 14 559 70 24 294 898 4 347

12 15 555 69 25 272 92 5 380 21 16 545 66 26 258 88 6 414

30 17] 528 61 27 253 86 7 447

39 18 504 55 128 259 88 8! 476 47 19 472 46 29 276 93 9 502 54 120 437 36 30 302 900 10 523 60|21 398 26 [31] 334 09 11:38 64

Sun rises and sets.

USEFUL REMARKS. Since custom is the powerful magistrate of man's life, let men, by all means, endeavour to obtain good customs.

He that follows his recreation instead of his business, shall in a little time have no business to follow.

There is no condition that does not sit well upon a wise man. The laboring man, in the present age,

if he does but read, has more helps to wisdom than Solomon had.

To choose time, is to save time; and an unseasonable motion is but beating the air.

Moon sets and rises.

Days of the Month.

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1/Th.14 28 8 4 33 8 4 39 8 4 56 815 37 1 27m. i 30m.) 1 32m. 1 40m. 1 43m. 2 F. 29 34 40 56 3

1 25 2 7 2 17 2 21 3 S. 29 31 40

3 2 39 2 43 2 47 2 59 3 3 4 Su. 29 34 40 56 3 rises. rises. rises. rises. rises. 5 M. 30 35 41 57 4 7 4 a. 7 ca. 6 56 a. 6 42 a. 6 37 a. 6 Tu. 30 35 41 57 4 7 51 7 47 7 43 7 31

7 27 7W. 30 35 41 57 4

8 36 8 32 8 29 8 19 8 15 8 Th. 31 36 42 58 5 9 20 9 18 9 15 97 94 9F. 31 36 42 58 5 9 52 9 51 9 48 9 43 941 10 S. 32

43 58 5 10 28 10 27 10 26 10 24 10 23 111 Su. 32 37 43 59 6 11 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 11 2 12 M. 33 38

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11 35 11 36 11 37

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11 42 13 Tu. 34 39 45 5.07 7 14 W. 34 39 45 0 7 012m. 0 14m. O 16m. 0 22m. O 25m. 15 Th. 35 40 46 1 8 0 51 0 54 0 56 1 5 1 9 16 F. 36 41 46 8 1 33 1 37 1 40 1 52

1 56 17 S.

37 42 47 1 8 2 20 2 24 2 27 2 40 2 45 18 Su. 37 42 47 2 9 3 15 3 19 3 23 3 37 3 42 19 M. 38 43 49 2 9

sets. sets. sets. sets. sets. 20 Tu.. 39 44 49 3 10 7 46 a. 7 42 a. 7 39 a. 7 29 a. 7 25 a. 21 W. 40 45 50 3 10 8 23 8 20 8 18 8 9 8 7 22 Th. 41 46 51 4 11

8 55 8 53 8 47 8 45 23F.

42 47 51 4 11 9 29 9 28 9 27 9 24 9 22 124 S. 43 43 52 5 12 9 58 9 58 9 57 9 57 9 56 25 Su.

44 48 53 6 12 10 25 10 26 10 26 10 29 10 29 126 M. 45 49 54

13 10 54 10 55 10 56 11 1 11 3 27 Tu. 46 50 55 8 14 11 24 11 26 11 28 11 35 11 37 28 W.) 47

56 9 14 11 57 29 Th. 48 52 57

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Oom. 03m. 0 12m. O 15m. 30 F. 49 53 57 10 16 0 33m. O 37

0 51 0 55 50 54 58 11 16 1 13 1 17 1 21

1 34 1 38 Full Moon, 5th day, 9h. 16m, A.

New Moon, 19th day, 7h. 6m. A. Last Quarter, 12th 10 29 A. First Quarter, 27th 3 28 A.

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Soutning and Declination of the Planets.
Ist day.
7th day.

13th day.
19th day:

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

b. m.
h. m.
h. m.

h. m.
420m. 22 54 s. 11 47 a. 22 59 s. 11 20 a 23 48.10 52 a. 23 9 s. 10 26 a. 23 13 8.
H 2 11 18 30 1 45m. 18 33 1 20m. 18 37 0 55m. 19 41 0 30m. 18 44
3 48 0 30 n. 3 24 0 35 n. 30

0 31 n.

2 35 0 19 n. 2 10 0 la. 4 45 8 0 s. 4 31 7 78. 4 16 6 20 s. 4 1

3 44 6 7 s. 6 27 0 29 6 9 09 5 50 0 sn. 5 31 0 19 n. 5 12 0 24 n. 9 6 17 29 n. 9 10

19 On. 9 14 20 16 9 18 21 16 9 24 21 57 10 40 19 3

10 31
20 14
10 34 21 40 10 49

22 39

11 13 22 33 h 2 35 a. 17 0 2 13a. 16 48 1 52 a. 16 35 1 30 a. 16 22 9 a. 16 8 7 33 7 25 s. 7 10

6 48
6 27 9 ls.

6 7

9 45 s. 7 54 23 8n. 7 30 22 19 n. 7 8 121 26 n. 6 46 20 31 n. 6 25 19 34 n.

High water.

5 40 s.

|Days of the Month. Ho tu na tolke Qyton F

7 40 s.

8 20 s.

Moon souths.

Equation of

Time. • Add to app. Time.

Boston, &c.

New York, &c.

Charleston, &c.

PHENOMENA AND OBSERVA

TIONS.
Sundays and other Remarkablo

Days.

7 19

24.1

18

3 22

1, 8 45 a. 3' 21.0' | 8 41 a. 6 5a. 4 260. OD 7. Bat. of the Boyne, 1690. 2 9 32 32.4

9 32

6 56 5 17 Earth farthest from the Sun. 3 10 21 43.7 10 15 7 39 6 0

Capture of Fort Erie, 1814. 4 11 12

54.6 10 55 8 19 6 40 4th S. aft. Trin. Dec. of Ind. 1776. 5 8 4 5.2 11 34 8 58

8 4 O Brit. bombard Cadiz, 1797. 6 o 4m. 15.4

9 36 7 57 Oc. of dt. Bat. of Chippewa, 1814. 7 0 57 25.4 0 12m. 10 13

8 34

St. Domingo surrend. to Brit. 1809. 8 i 50 34.9 0 49 10 53 9 14 Greatest west. elong. of R. 9 2 42 44.1 1 29 11 34

9 55 Defeat of Braddock, 1755. 10 3 34 52.9 2 10

10 39

English took Gibraltar, 1704. 11 4 25 5 1.3 2 54 0 18m. 11 27 5th Sunday after Trinity. 12 5 16 9.4 3 42 1 6

☆ stationary. Erasmus died, 1536. 113 6 8 16.9 4 41 25 0 26m. Din perigee. 14 7 1

5 53

1 43 Capture of the Bastile, 1789. 15 7 56 30.9 7 24

4 48 3 9 ODf8. Bonap. sur. to Brit. 1815. 16 8 51 36.9 8 39 6 2 4 23 Oc. of a 8. Stony Point tak. 1779 17 9 48 42.7

7 2 5 23 18 10 45 48.0 10 29

7 53

6 14 6th Sunday after Trinity. 19 11 40 52.6 11 13

6 58 George IV. crowned, 1821. 20 0 34a. 56.8 11 54

9 18

7 39 Fast Day, 1775. 21 i 25 6 0.4 0 31 a. 9 55 8 16 Inquisition re-estab. in Spain, 1814. 22 2 13 3.4 1 5 10 29 8 50 Battle of Falkirk, 1298. 23 2 59 5.9 1 33 11 2 9 23 O enters 2. 24 3 43 7.8 2 10

11 34

9 55 25 4 26 91 2 44 0 Sa. 10 29 7th Sunday aft. Trin. St. James. 261 5 8 9.8 3 22

11 7 Pope Paul II. died, 1471. 27) 5 51 9.8 4 9

11 54 Ticonderoga taken, 1759. 28 6 36 9.2 5 13

0 59 a. Robespierre guillotined, 1794. 29 7 22 8.1 6 32 3 56 2 17 301 8 10 6.3 7 51 15 3 36 William Penn died, 1718. 31 90 3.9 8 55 6 10 4 40 Peace of Nimeguen, 1678.

9 38

8 37

0 46 1 33 2 37

Moon's Equatorial Parallax and Horizon

USEFUL REMARKS. tal Semidiameter, in seconds.

It is the excess, not the nature of our pas

Like the trees d.je. p. s. d. d. e. p. 18. d., d., e. p. s. d. sions, that is perishable.

which grew by the tomb of Protesilaus, the 13374" 91912 3526 961" 22 3260% 888 || passions flourish till they reach a certain 2416 31 13 504 55 23 252 86 height; but no sooner is that height attained, 3 459 43 | 14 479 48 24 248 85 than they wither away. 4 498 53 15 451 40 25 256 87 The littlest feeling of all is a delight in 5 531 62 | 16 421 32 26 274 92 contemplating the littleness of other people. 6556 69 17 390 24 27 302 900 Nothing is more contemptible than habitual 71 571 73 18 359 15 28 339 10 contempt. 81 577 75 19 329 07 129 384 22 What a prodigy would wisdom be, if it 9 574 74 20 302 00 30 434 36 were but blessed with a memory as keen and 10 563 71 21 278 1893 131 486 50 constant as that of interest. 11 547 67

Judge of a jest when the laugh is over.-Bac. Sun rises and sets.

Moon sets and rises.

Days of the Month.

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4 Su. 4 51 84 55 8 4 59 8 5 12 7 5 17 7 1 54m. 1 58m. 2 2m. 2 101n. 2 15m. 2 M. 52 56 6 07 13 17 2 52 2 56 3 0

3 14

3 19 3 Tu. 53 57 1 13 19 rises. rises. rises. rises.

rises. 4W. 54 59 2 14 18

7 12a. 7 sa.7 6a. 6 56a. 6.53a. 5 Th. 65 59 3 15 19 7 50 7 48

7 39 7 36 6F.

56 5 0 7 4 15 20 S 27 3 26 8 25 9 21 8 19 78. 57 1 5 16 21 93 93 9 3 9 2 9 1 8 Su. 59 2 6 17 22 9 38 9 39 9 40 9 42 9 43 9 M. 59 3 7 17

10 13 10 15 10 17 10 22 10 24 10 Tu. 6 07

4 8 18 23 10 61 10 54 110 56 11 4 11 8 11/W.

2 5 9 19 24 11 33 11 37 11 40 11 50 11 54 12 Th. 3 6 JO 20 25 13 F.

4 7 11 20 25 0 19m. 0 23m. 0 27m. 0 39m. O 44m. 14 S. 8 12 21 26 1 10 1 14 1 18

1 31 1 36 15 Su. 7 9 13 22 27 25 2 9 2 13 2 26 2 31 16 M. 8 11 14 23 28 3 6 3 10

3 14

3 26 3 30 17 Tu. 9 12 15 23 28 sets. sets. sets. sets. sets. 18W. 10 13 16 24 29 6 59a. 6 57a. 6 55a. 6 48a. 6 45a. 19 Th. 12 14 18 25 30 7 31 7 30 7 29

7 24 7 22 13 16 19 26 31 8 2 3 1 8 1 7 59 7 68 14 17 20 27 32 8 31

8 31 8 31 8 32 8 32 22 Su.

16 18 21 28 33 8 59 90 9 1 9 4 9 5

17 19 22 29 33 9 29 9 30 9 32 9 37 9 40 24 Tu. 18 20 23 30 34 10 0 10 3 10 5

10 13

10 17 25 W. 20 22 24 31 35 10 34 10 38 10 41 10 51 10 54 26 Th. 21 23 25 32 36 11 12 11 16 11 20 11 32 11 36 27 F. 23 25 27 33 37 11 55 11 59 24 26 29 34 38

03m. 0 16m. 0 20m. 29 Su. 25 27 29 35 38 0 44m. 0 48m. 0 52 1 6 1 11 30M. 27 29 31 36 39 1 39 1 43 46 1 59 2 4 31 Tu.' 28 30 32 37 40 2 40 2 44 2 47 2 59

Full Moon, 4th day, 7h. 49m, M. New Moon, 18th day, 6h. 45m. M.
Last Quarter,

11th
3 0 M. Firs: Quarter,

26th 8 55 M.

20F. 21S.

23 M.

28 S.

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