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Passage of the Meridian (mean time) and Declination of the Planets.
1st day.
7th day.
13th dav.
19th day.

25th day. souths. Dec. souths. Dec. souths. Dec.

Lec. Souls

souths.

Dec.
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h. m.

h. m.
h. in.

h. m.
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10 47m -7 12 10 58m -11 0 11 iim -14 43 11 25m - 18 411 40m -20 56
2 43a -27 51 2 36a -27 58 2 27a --27 48 2 12a -27 20|| 1 52a -26 37
0 16 -17 3 0 9 -18 16 0 3 -19 23 11 57m -20 24 11 52m -21 20

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3 20 941m 3 47 9 22m 4 14 9 2m -- 4 40 8 43m - 5 4
3 42 9 54a + 3 34 9 29a + 3 27 9 4a 32 8 39a 3 16
-10 12 10 36 10 710 11 10 3 9 47

9 58 9 23

9 54 Moon rises or sets. Mean Time.

PHENOMENA AND OBSERVA.

TIONS.

Moon Souths.
Mean Time.

Boston, &c.

N. York, &c.

Wash'n, &c.

Ch’ston, &c.

N. Orl's, &c.

Sundays and Holidays.

sets.

sets.

h. m.

h. m.

h. m.

9 4 N.

sets.
sets. sets.

Washington Mean Time.
h. m.
h. m. b. m.
d. h. m.

0 1
1 9 49m 4 la 4 2a 4 za 4 за 4 4a All Saints.
2 10 39
4 33
4 34
4 36
4 39 4 42 1 2 44a 6 40

4 3 27 S. E S. 11 29m 5 4a 5 7a 5 ga 5 17a 5 20a 23d Sunday after Trinity. 4 0 19a 5 39 5 42 5 46 5 55 60 2 3 12a 6 C

$ 3 6 S. 5 i 10 6 15 6 20 6 24 6 36 6 43 4 8 53m 6 oC

I 5 16 S. 6 2 1 6 57 7 1 7 7 7 21

7 27 5 2 52a 6
7 2 51 7 42 46 7 52 8 8 8 15 5 7 18a 6 931

* 0 12 N.
3 42 8 31
8 36 8 42 8 57 94 7 7 20m 6 PC

9 8 3 S. 9 4 31 9 24 9 29 9 33 9 49 9 55 10 8 43m 6 hex

* 121 N. S. 5 19a 10 18a 10 240 10 28a 10 41a 10 482 24th Sunday after Trinity. 11 i 5 11 16 11 19

11 24

11 36 11 41 10 0 sa at greatest brilliancy. 12 6 50

10 10 28m 6 $0. 13 7 33

0 13m 0 17m o 20m 0 29m 0 33m 12 10 5a ó @yI * 1 45 S. 14 8 17 1 13 1 15 1 17 1 23 1 26 14 6 22a 6 B.A.C.6127.*0 44 S. 2 12 2 14

2 15 2 18 2 21 14 7 47a Doo. 16. 9 47 3 16 3 15 3 15

3 16

3 17 16 6 29m 6 hc h2 iN. S. 10 34a

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17 7 om å gr. Hel. Lat. N. 20 O 18m 5 45

6 8 6 15 19 7 om stationary. 6 36 6 41

6 46 7 2 7 10 21 8 52m $ in . 7 33 7 38 7 44 8 0 8 8 21 11 40m 6 $ $ $ 9 6 S.

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* 0 37 N. 3 32 3 32 3 31 3 27 3 26 St. Andrew.

30/9 23

Twilight begins and ends. Mean Time.
Ist day.
7th day.
13th day.
19th day.

25th day. Begins. Ends. Begins. Ends. Begins. Ends. Begins. Enus. Begins. Ends. h. m. h. m. h. m

h. m.
h. m.
h. m.
h. m.
h. m. h. m.

h. m. Boston, 5 29m 6 ga 5 35m 6 ga 5 40m 6 18a 5 43m 6 10a| 5 46m 6 14a N. York, 5 27 6 11 5 33 6 11 5 37 6 11 5 41 6 13 5 44 6 16 Wash'n, 5 25 6 13 5 30 6 14 5 34 6 14

5 38 6 16 541 6 19 Charles., 5 17 6 21 5 22 6 22 5 26 6 23 5 29 6 25 5 32 6 28 N. Orl's, 1 5 13 6 25 5 18 6 26 5 24 6 27 5 25 29 5 28 6 32

APOGEE AND PERIGER OF THE MOON.
Apogee, 9th day, 6h. M.

Perigee, 21st day, lh. M.

PHASES OF THE MOON. New Moon,

3d day, Oh. 7.9m. A. Full Moon, 18th day, 11h. 54.8m. A. First Quarter, llth“ 3 28.6 A. Last Quarter, 25th " 4 15.5 A.

Sun's upper limb rises and sets (cor. for refr.) M. Time. High Water. M. Time

Days of Month.

h. m.

h. m.

43

7 s.

rises. sets. rises. sets.frises. sets.rises. sets.rises. sets.

h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 1 Su.17 9 4 297 4 4 34 6 59 4 39 16 44 4 54 6 39 16 0 941m 7 21m 5 41m 2 M. 10 28 5 33 7 0 38 45 54 39 0 10 28 8 8 6 28 3 Tu. 11 28 6 33 1 38 46 54

40
0 11 13

8 53 7 13 4W. 13 28 7 33 2 38 47 54 41 0 11 52 9 32 7 52 5 Th.

14 28 8 33 3 38 48 54 42 1 0 3ra 10 10 S 30 6 F. 15 28 9 33 4 38 49 54

1 16 10 46 9 6 16 28 10 33 5 38 29 54 43 1 1 42 11 22

9 42 8 Su. 17 17 4 28 17 11 4 33 7 6 4 38 16 50 4 54 46 44 5 1 2 18a 11 58m 10 18m 9 M.

17 28 12 33 7 38 51 54 45 1 2 55 0 35a 10 55 10 Tu.

18 28 13 33 8 38 52 54 45 1 3 37 1 17 11 37 11W. 19 28 14 33 9 38 52 55 46 1 4 22 2 2 0 22a 12 Th. 20 28 15 33

39 53 55 47 2 5 19 2 59 1 19 13 F. 21 28 16 33 10 39 54 55 47 2 6 31 4 11 2 31 14 S.

22 28 16 34 11 39 54 55 48 2 7 37 5 17 3 37 15 Su. 7 22 4 29 h 17 4 34 17 12 4 39 6 55 4 56 6 49 5 3 8 39a 6 19a 4 3 за 16 M.

23 29 18 34 12 40 56 56 49 3 9 32 12 6 32 17 Tu. 24 29 18 34 13 40 56 57

3 10 17 7 57 6 17 24 29 19 35 14 40 57 57 50 4 ||11 2 8 42 7 2 19 Th. 25 30 20 35 14 41 58 57 51 4 11 49 9 29 7 49 20 F. 26 30 20 36 15 41 58 58 51 4

10 13 8 33 21 S.

26 31 21 36 15 42 59 58 52 5 0 33m 10 59 22 Su. 7 27 4 31 17 21 4 37 17 16 4 42 16 594 596 52 5 5 1 19m 11 46a 10 6a 23 M. 27 32 22 37 16 43 17 0 59 53 6 2 6

10 56 24 Tu. 27 32 22 38 17 43 0 5 0 53

2 56 0 36m 11 49 25 W.

28 33 22 38 17 44 0 0 54 7 3 49 1 29 26 Th.

28 34 23 39 17 45 1 1 54 8 4 45 2 25 0 45m 27 F.

29 34 23 40 18 45 1 1 54 8 5 50 30 1 50 28 S. 29 35 24 40 18 46 2 2 55 9 7 0 4 40 3 0 29 Su. 7 29 4 36 17 24 4 41 7 18 4 47 17 2 15 3 6 55 5 10 8 10m 5 50m 4 iom 30 M. 29 36 24 42 19 47 2 4 55 10 15 6 55 15 31 Tu. 30 37 24 43 19 48 3 4 66 11 10 6 7 46 6 6

oooh S S S SS Charleston,

SOS DE EN. Orleans,

18W.

Passage of the Meridian (mean time) and Declination of the Planets.
Ist day.
7th day.
13th day. 19th day.

25th day. souths. Dec. suuths. Dec. souths. Dec.

souths. Dec. ouths. Dec. h. m.

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Boston, &c.

N. York, &c.

Wash'n, &c.

Ch'ston, &c.

|N. Orl's, &c.

Sundays and Holidays.

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sets. sets. sets. sets.

Washington Mean Time. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m.

d. h. m. S. 10 12m 3 37a 3 39a 3 43a 3 50a 3 562 | 1st Sunday in Advent. 211 2

4 12 16 4 20 4 31 4 37 1 0 37a $ in Aphelion. 311 52 4 50 4 55 4 59 5 13 5 19 3 8 25m 6 3C

s 4 45 S. 4 0 42a 5 34 5 39 5 44 5 59 6 6 3 6 32a 6 (

§ 5 23 S. 5 1 33 6 22 6 27 6 33 6 48 6 55

5 0 38m 600

4 26 S. 6 2 23

7 13 7 18 7 23 7 39 7 46 6 6 52m 4 gr. Hel. Lat. N. 7 3 12 8 7 8 12 8 17

8 31

8 39 10 7 41a 0 in 8. S. 3 582 9 5a 9 9a 9 14a

9 25a 9 33a 2d Sunday in Advent. 9 4 44

10 1 10 5 10 8 10 18 10 23 11 7 oa & in Aphelion. 10 5 28 11 0 11 2 11 6 11 14 11 16 11 7 418 6 8 9

$ 2 9 S. 11 6 12 11 58 11 59

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0 2m 0 cm 9m 14 11 52m 6 H ( 13 7 38

1 om 1 om 1 0 1 2 1 4 16 10 54m Inf. 690. 14 8 23

2 0 1 59 2 0 1 58 1 58 18 5 24m h stationary. S. 9 11a

33m 3 2m 3 im 2 56m 2 56m 3d Sunday in Advent. 16 10 3

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Winter 17 10 59

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4 27a 4 33a 4 48a 4 55a 21 11 0a $ gr. Hel. Lat. S. 19 8 5 18 5 24 5 30 5 46 5 54 22 3 4mo O. 20 0 58m 6 21 6 27 6 42 6 48 6 56 22 3 5m 6 * 2.2 * 0 28 S. 7 31 7 38

7 55 8 2 St. Thomas. S. 3 om 8 44a

8 49a 8 52a 9 за 9 10a 4th Sunday in Advent.
9 57 59 10 3 10 11 10 15 266 382 6 40 4 4. iS.
11 8 11 9 11 12 11 16 11 18 29 6 52a 6 ore * 1 18 S.

Christmas Day.
o 16m o 18m o 18m o 2om 21m St. Stephen.
1 24 1 23 1 23 1 20 1 21 St. John.

2 29 2 28 2 26 2 21 2 21 Innocents. S. 8 57m 3 33m 3 317 3 29m 3 200 3 18m 1st Sunday after Christmas. 4 37 4 34 4 31 4 20 4 16 31 6 50m 6 PC

21 20

40

23 3 57 24 4 52 25 5 43 26 6 33 27 7 21 28 8 9

9 0 36 N. 5 39 5 34 5 30 5 17 5 14 31 1 13a farthest from

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ECLIPSES OF FEB. 11TH AND 12TH, AND AUG. 7TH.

(1850.

ECLIPSES IN 1850.

In the year 1850, there will be two eclipses, both of the Sun, one of which will be partly visible in the United States.

I. Monday and Tuesday, February 11th and 12th. An annular eclipse of the Sun, invisible in the United States.

Beginning of the general eclipse, 11th day, 10h. 17.8m. A. [mean time at Washington Observatory), in latitude 11° 21' S. and longitude 39° 22' E. of Greenwich.

Beginning of the central and annular eclipse, 11th day, 11h. 24.7m. A., in latitude 10° 21' S. and longitude 220 55' E. of Greenwich.

Central eclipse at noon, 12th day, lh. 22.8m. M., in latitude 16° 58' S. and longitude 85° 54' E. of Greenwich.

End of the central and annular eclipse, 12th day, 3h. 18.3m. M., in latitude 15° 49' N. and longitude 143° 6' E. of Greenwich.

End of the general eclipse, 12th day, 4h. 25.2m. M., in latitude 14° 50'N. and longitude 126° 37' E. of Greenwich.

The central line passes over the points on the earth's surface whose positions are, —

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This eclipse will be visible in the southern and central portions of Af rica, in the south of Arabia, in Hindostan, the southeast of China, the northwest of New Holland, the Indian Ocean, and Polynesia.

II. Wednesday, August 7th. A total eclipse of the Sun, partly visible in the southwestern portion of the United States.

Beginning of the general eclipse, 1h. 47.9m. A. [mean time at Washington Observatory), in latitude 11° 49' N. and longitude 163° 52' E. of Green. wich.

Beginning of the central and total eclipse, 2h. 42.5m. A., in latitude 12° 17' N. and longitude 150° 5' E. of Greenwich.

Central eclipse at noon, 4h. 24.7m. A., in latitude 170 50' N. and longi. tude 141° 50' W. of Greenwich.

End of the central and total eclipse, 6h. 7.8m. A., in latitude go 42 S. and longitude 80° 28' W. of Greenwich.

End of the general eclipse, 7h. 2.4m. A., in latitude 10° 9' S. and longitude 94° 16' W. of Greenwich.

The centre of the shadow passes over the points on the earth's surface whose positions are, –

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This eclipse will be visible throughout the North Pacific Ocean, in California, Mexico, Louisiana, the southern extremity of Florida, the West Indies, Central America, the northwestern portion of South America, the greater part of New Guinea, and in Japan.

The phases of the eclipse in places in the United States, Mexico, and the West Indies are as follows:

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Place.

Angle of First Point of Contact Angle of Last Point of Contact from Sun's

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South Point. Vertex. ards the West. the East.

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The phases of the eclipse for all other places in the United States may be determined by means of the following table. The Sun's semidiameter and horizontal parallax are the same as at conjunction.

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