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PERPETUAL ALMANAC. A Calendar for ascertaining any Day of the Week in any given Time during the Nine

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To ascertain any day of the week, first

LEAP YEARS 29 look in the table of years fir the year required, and under the months are figures which refer to the corresponding fixures, 1804 1832 1860 1888 at the bead of the colunns of days below. Thus: to know what day of the week 1808 1836 1864 1892 6 1 July 4 fell in the year 1876, in the table of leap years, look for 1876, and in a paral

6 7 lelline, under July, is figure 6, which di. 1812 1840 1868 1896 3

3 5 1 3 6 2 4 rects to column 6, in wbich it will be seen that July 4 fell on Tuesday. To find on 1816 1844 1872 ... 1 4 5 1 3 6 1 7 2 what way of the month any given weekday falls, take the rune course: Thus, the Tuesday afier ist Minday in Noveinber 1820 1848 1876 (election day) 1878, is shown in column 5, t) which we are guided by the figure 5 in 1824 1852 1880 4 7 1 4 6 2 473 5 November, nprosite 1878, to be the 5th day of the month.

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1 Tuesday 1 Wednesday Monday

1 Thursday 1 Friday 1 Saturday 1 Sunday Thesday 2 Wednesday 2 Thursday 2 Friday

2 Monday

2 Saturday 2 Sunday Wednesday 3 Thursday 3 Friday

3 Saturlay 3 Sunday 3 Monday 3 Tuesday Thursday 4 Friday 4 Saturday 4 Sunday 4 Monday 4 Tuesday 4 W dnesday Friday 6 Saturday 5 Sunday

5 Monday 5 Tuesday 6 Wednesday 5 Thursday Saturday 6 Sunday 6 Monday 6 Tuesday 6 Wednesday 6 Thursday 6 Friday Sunday

7 Friday
7 Monday
Wednesday

7 Siiturday 7 Tuesday

7 Thursday 8 Tuesday Monday

8 Wednesday & Thursday 8 Friday 8 Saturday 8 Sunday 9 Wednesday 9 Thursday Tuesday

9 Friday 9 Saturday 9 Sunday 9 Monday

10 Friday 10 Saturday 10 Sunday Wednesday 10 Thursday

10 Monday 10 Tuesday 11 Saturday 11 Sunday 11 Monday Thursday 11 Friday

11 Tuesday 11 Wednesday 1 Friday 12 Saturday 12 Sunday 12 Monday 12 Tuesday 12 Wednesday 12 Thursday Saturday 13 Sunday

13 Friday 13 Monday 13 Tuesday 13 Wednesday 13 Thursday

14 Friday

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14 Saturday Sunday 14 Monday 14 Tuesday 14 Wednesday 14 Thursday Monday 15 Thesday 15 Wednesday 15 Thursday 15 Friday 15 Saturday 15 Sunday

16 Saturday 16 Friday

16 Sundry Tuesday

16 Monday 16 Wednesday 16 Thursday

17 Friday Wednesday 17 Therselay

17 Saturday 17 Sunday

17 Monday 17 Tuesday Thursday

18 Saturday
18 Friday
18 Sunday

18 Tuesday
18, Monday

18 Wednesday Friday

19 Sunday 19 Saturday

19 Monday 19 Tuesday 19 Wednesday 19 Thursday Saturday 20 Sunday 20 Monday 20 Tuesday 20 Wednesday 20 Thursday 20 Friday Sunday

21 Friday 21 Saturday 21 Monday 21 Tuesday 21 Wednesday 21 Thursday

22 Saturday Monday

22 Sunday 22 Tuesday

22 Friday 22 Wednesday 22 Thursday

23 Friday 23 Saturday 23 Sunday Tuesday: 23 Wednesday 23 Thursday

23 Monday 24 Friday 24 Saturday 24 Sunday Wednesday 24 Thursday

24 Monday 24 Tuesday

23 Tuesday Thursday 25 Friday 25 Sunday 25 Monday

25 Wednesday 25 Saturday Friday 26 Saturday 26 Sunday

26 Tuesday 26 Monday

26 Wednesday 26 Thursday 27 Sunday Saturday 27 Monday 27 Tuesday 27 Wednesday 2: Thursday 27 Friday

28 Friday Sunday

28 Saturday 29 Monday

28 Wednesday 28 Thursday 28 Tuesday

29 Friday 29 Saturday 29 Sunday Monday

29 Wednesday 29 Thursday 29 Tuesday

30 Saturday 30 Friday

30 Sunday Tuesday

30 Monday 30 Wednesday 30 Thursday

31 Friday 31 Saturday 31 Sunday Wednesday 31 Thursday

31 Monday 31 Tuesday

THE TIME OF HIGH WATER at the places following may be found approximately for each day by adding to,

or subtracting from the time of high water at New York the hours and minutes annexed.

(Corrected at the office of the United States Coast and Geodetical Survey.)

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Albany, N. Y
Annapolis, Md.
Atlantic City, N. J.
Baltimore, Md.
Bar Harbor, Me.
Beaufort, S. C.
Block Island, R.I.
Boston, Mass..
Bridgeport, Conn.
Bristol, R. I..
Cape May, N. J.
Charleston, SC
Eastport, Me.
Fernandina, Fla.
Gloucester, Mass.
Isles of Shoals.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Key West, Fla..
League Island, Pa.
Marblehead, Mass.
Nahant, Mass..
Nantucket, Mass.
New Bedford, Mass.
Newburyport, Mass.
New Haven, Conn.

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Philadelphia, Pa. ..add 5 37
Plymouth, Mass.

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Point Lookout, Ma. add 49
Portland, Me.

add 10 Portsmouth, N. H. add 16 Poughkeepsie, N. Y add

4 27 Providence, R. I.

add Richmond, Va.

add 8 47 Rockaway Inlet, N. Y sub. Rockland, Me.

add 2 55 Rockport, Mass.

add 2 50 Salem, Mass.

.add 8 05 Sandy Hook, N. J. sub. 36 Savannah, Ga.

.sub. 49 Smithville, N. C.

sub. 51 Vineyard Haven, Mass...add 3 35 Washington, D. C. .add 11 54 Watch Hill, R. I

add 53 West Point, N. Y

add 2 55 Wilmington, N. C. add 59

EXAMPLE.-To ascertain at what hour it will be high tide at Baltimore on the 1st of August, find the time of high water at New York under August 1st, which is 4.2 A.M., then add 10 hours 52 minutes, as found in the table of Tide Constants under Baltimore, and we have 3.16 P.M. as the hour of high water at Baltimore August 1st, 1880.

NOTE.-The hours of high water in the calendar pages are the morning hours --from midnight to noon-throughout the year, as computed for the U. S. Coast Survey. To find the time of next high water, or the afternoon tide-from noon to midnight-add 12 h. 25 m. in each The result will be the proximate hour of evening tide. For low water, add 6 h. 12 m., approximately, to the time of high water.

Explanation of the Calendar. The two natural divisions of time are the day, of 2 hours, representing one revolution of the earth on its axis, and the year, 365 days, approximately representing one revolution of the earth around the sun. The month represents (nearly) the period of the moon's revolution round the earth (about 2912 days), while the week is approximately one-fourth of this.

By the Julian Calendar, established by Julius Cæsar, 46 B.C., the months were reconstructed; the Roman year, which began March 1, and had but ten months, being changed to Jan. 1, and two months added. Thirty-one days were given to the 1st, 3d, 5th, 7th, 8th, 10th, and 12th months, and 30 days each to the rest, except February, which on every fourth year received an intercalary day, made by the sexto Calendas Martius, whence “leap year” came to be called Bissextile. As the Julian year had 36544 days, its length exceeded the true solar year by 11m. 14 sec., so that the equinox in the course of centuries fell back several days. "To correct this error, Pope

Gregory XIII. in 1582 reformed the calendar by suppressing ten days, restoring the equinox to March 21. The Gregorian Calendar also made every year wnich is divisible by four without a remainder a leap year, except the centesimal years, which are only leap years when the first iwo figures are divisible by four : thus 1600 was a leap year, 1700, 1800, and 1900 common years, 2000 a leap year, etc. The length of the mean year is 865 d. 5h. 49m. 12 sec., exceeding

the true solar year nearly 20 sec., which error amounts only to 1 day in 3.325 years.

The Gregorian Calendar was adopted by Germany in 1700, and by English law in 1752, when the Julian Calendar, or old style, gave place to the new style, by dropping eleven days from the month of September, 1752.

The festival of Easter, commemorating the resurrection of Christ, used to be observed on the 14th day of the moon, i.e., near the full moon-the same as the Jewish Passover. But the Council of Nice, A.D. 325, ordered Easter to be cele. brated on the Sunday next succeeding the full moon, that comes on or next after the vernal equinox-March 21st; thus makin. Easter and the rolatod foast and fast day, movable holidays.

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Third Quarter. 5 2 h. 5 m. M. 1 h. 53 m. M. 1 h. 41 m. M. 1 h. 21 m. M. Oh. 59 m. M. New Moon..... 11 5 h. 56 m. A. 5 h. 44 m. A. 5 h. 32 m. A. 5 h. 20 m. A. 4 h. 50 m. A. First Quarter.. 19 1 h. 56 m. M. 1 h. 44 m. M. 1 h. 32 m. M. 1 h. 20 m. M. Oh. 50 m. M. Full Moon. 27 5 h. 28 m. M. 5 h. 16 m. M. 5 h. 4 m. M. 4 h. 52 m. M. 4 h. 22 m. M.

Calendar for Boston, Calendar for N. Y.

New England, New City, Philadelphia,
York State, Mich- Connecticut, New
igan, Wisconsin, Jersey, Pennsylva-
Iowa, Minnesota, nia, Ohio, Indiana,
Oregon.

Illinois, Nebraska.

Calendar for Wash- Calendar forCharles

ington, Maryland, ton, North CaroDelaware, Vir lina, Tennessee, ginia, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, Kansas, Missi sippi, LouisiColorado, Nevada, ana, Texas, ArkanCalifornia.

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Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon
Rises. Sets. Rises. Rises. Sets. Rises.

High Water at N. Y.

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon Rises. Sets. Rises. Rises. Sets. Rises.

H. M. H. M. II. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. Η. Μ. Η. Μ. Η. M. H. M. H. M. II. M. 1 Th. 7 30 4 38 8 58 7 25 4 41 9 0 10 46 7 19.1 49 9 27 3 5 5 9 7 2 Fr. 7 304 39 10 5 7 25 4 41 10 51 1 29 7 19 4 50 10 7 35 6 10 7 3 Sa. 7 30 4 40 11 13 7 25 4 45 11 12

7 19 4 51 11 11 7 35 7 11 8 4 S. 7 30 4 41 morn 7 25 4 46 morn 0 42 hy 19 4 51 morn 7 35

7 morn 5 M. 7 30,4 42 0 23 7 25 4 47 0 21 1 20 7 194 52 0 19 7 45 8 0 12 6 Tu. 7 30 4 43 1 36 7 25 4 48 1 33 2 19 7 194 53 1 297 4 5 9 1 18 7 W. 7 30 4 44 2 52 7 25 4 492 47 3 16 7 19 4 51 2 42 7 4 5 10 2 27 8 Th. 7 29.4 45 4 7 7 21 4 50 4 1 4 22 7 194 55 3 56 4 5 11 3 38 9 Fr. 7 29 4 46 5 19 7 24 4 51 5 13 5 28 7 194 56 5 6 7 45 11 4 47 10 Sa. 7 294 47 6 22 7 214 52 6 14 6 29 7 194 57 6 9 7 4 5 12 5 51 11 S. 7 29 4 48 sets. 7 214 53 sets. 7 26 194 58 sets. 35 13 sets. 12 M. 7 28 4 49 5 58 7 234 54 6 1 8 23 7 18 4 59 6 6 7 35 14 6 19 13 Tu. 7 28 4 50 7 12 234 557 15 9 17 7 18 5 0718 7 35 15 7 26 14 W. 7 28 4 52 8 21 7 234 56 8 25 10 9 7 18 5 1 8 26 7 3 5 16 8 31 15 Th. 7 27 4 53 9 32 22 4 57 9 31 10 59 7 17 5 2 9 32 7 3 5 17 9 32 16 Fr. 7 27 4 51 10 37 7 22 4 59 10 36 11 47 7 17 5 3 10 35 7 35 18 10

31 17 Sa. 7 26 4 55 11 41 7 21 5 0 11 38 0 15 7 175 4 11 36 7 25 19 11 29 18 S. 7 25 4 56 morn 7 21 5

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0 59 7 16 5 6 morn 7 25 20 morn 19 M. 7 25 4 58 0 43 7 20 5 2 0 40 1 42 16 5 70 377 25 21 0 26 20 Tu. 7 21 4 591 46 7 20 5 3 1 41 2 25 7 15 5 8 1 367 15 21 1 23 21 W. 7 23 5 0 2 47 7 19.5 4 2 41 3 15 7 15 5 9 2 35 7 1 5 22 2 19 22 Th. 7 23 5 1 3 45 7 19 5 6 3 38 4 11 7 115 10 3 3272 1 5 23 3 14 23 Fr. 7 22 5 3 4 397 185 74 32 5 9 7 13 5 11 4 26 7 05 24 4 21 Sa. 7 21 5 4 5 27 7 17 5 8 5 20 6 3 7 13 5 12 5 15 7 0 5 23 4 56 25 S. 7 20.5 5 6 9 7 16 5 9 6 3 6 49 h 12 5 13 5 58 659 5 26 5 41 26 M. 7 20 5 6 6 45 7 15 5 10 6 40 7 32 7 11 5 15 6 36 6 59 5 27 6 21 27 Tu. 7 19 5 8 rises. 7 15 5 12 rises. 8 13 7 11 5 16 rises. 6 58 5 28 rises. 28 W. 7 18 5 96 497 14 5 13 6 51 8 54 7 10 5 17 6 53 6 58 5 297 29 Th. 7 17 5 10 7 57 7 13 5 14 7 57 9 35 7 9 5 18 7 58 6 57 5 30 8

1 30 Fr. 7 16 5 11 9 5 7 12 5 15 9 4 10 18 7 85 199 4 6 56 5 31 9 2 31 Sa. hy 15 5 13 10 14 1 11 5 17 10 12 11 3 7 7,5 20 10 11 6 565 32 10 5

To find the time of high tide at fifty places in the United States, see page 5.

NOTABLE EVENTS IN JANUARY.

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Jan. 1, 1863. President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation.

2, 1788. Georgia ratified the Constitution.
“ 6, 1814. First Magnetic Telegraph-from Baltimore to Washington.

8, 1815. Defeat of British Army by Jackson at New Orleans.
10, 1810. Penny Postage established in England,

13, 1820. Slavery abolished in Mexico.
“ 14, 1818. Gold discovered in California.
“ 26, 1837. Michigan admitted into the Union.
“ 29, 1861. Kansas admitted into the Union.
“ 31, 1819. Abolition of the British Corn Laws.

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Third Quarter. 3 10 h. 55 m. M. 10 h. 43 m. M. 10 h. 21 m. M. 10 h. 19 m. M. 9 h. 49 m. M. New Moon. 1016 h. 33 m. M. 6 h. 21 m. M. 6 h. 9 m. M. 5 h. 57 m. M. 5 h. 27 m. M. First Quarter.. 17 11 h. 1 m. A. 10 h. 49 m. A. 19 h. 37 m. A. 10 h. 25 m. A. 9 h. 53 m. A. Full Moon. 25 8 h. 38 m. A. 8 h. 26 m. A. 8 h. 11 m A. 8 h. 2 m. A. 7 h. 32 m. A.

Calendar for Boston, Calendar for N. Y.

New England, New City, Philadelphia,
York State, Mich- Connecticut, New
igan,

Wisconsin, Jersey, Pennsylva-
Iowa, Minnesota, nia, Ohio, Indiana,
Oregon.

Illinois, Nebraska.

Calendar for Vash- Calendar forCharles

ington, Maryland, ton, North CaroDelaware, Vir- lina, Tennessee, ginia, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, Kansas, Mississippi, LouisiColorado, Nevada, ana, Texas, ArkanCalifornia.

sas.

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon
Rises. Sets. Rises. Rises. Sets. Rises.

High Water at NY.

Sun Sun Moon

Sun Sun Moon Rises. Sets. Rises. Rises. Sets. Rises.

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M. H. M. H. M. II. M. H. м. н. м. н. M. 1S. 14 5 14 11 26 7 10 5 18 11 22 11 49

6 5 22 11 20 6 55 5 33 11 10 2 M. 7 13 5 15 morn 7 9 5 19 morn 0 18 7 5 5 23 morn 6 54 5 34 morn 3 Tu. 7 12 5 17 0 40 7 85 20 0 35 1 6

5 5 24 0 31 6 545 35 0 18 4 W. 17 10 5 18 1 537 75 21 1 48 58

45 25 1 43 6 53 5 36 1 26 5 Th. 7 9 5 19 3 4 7 6 5 23 2 59 2 58 35 262 52 6 52.5 37 2 34 6 Fr. 7 85 21 4 8 7 55 24.4 2 4

2.5 27 3 56 6 51 5 38 3 37 Sa. 7 75 22 5 27 45 25 4 57 5 19 7 05 28 4 516 51 5 38 4 33 & S. 7 65 23

35 26 5 43 6 18 6 9 5 30 5 38 6 50 5 39 5 23 9. 7 55 6 237 15 28 6 20 7 13 í 6 58 5 31 6 17 6 49 5 40 6 5 10 Tu. 7 35 sets. 7 05 29 sets.

8 4 6 57 5 32 sets. 6 48 5 41 sets. 11 W.

7 25 7 10 6 59 5 30 11 8 54 6 56 5 33 7 2 6 475 42 7 14 12. Th. 7 15 28 8 17 6 53 5 31 8 17 9 41 6 55 5 34 8 17 6 46 5 43 8 15 13 Fr. 6 59 5 30 9 23 6 57 5 32 2 10 26 6 515 35 9 20 6 45 5 41 9 15 11 Sa. 6 58 5 31 10 28 6 55 5 34 12 25 11 10 6 53 5 36 10 22 6 44 5 45 10 13 15 S. 6 56 5 32 11 30 6 545 35 11 26 11 6 51 5 37 11 23 6 43 5 46 11 10 16 M. 6 55 5 33 morn 6 53 5 36 morn 0 19 6 50 5 39 morn 6 42 5 46 morn 17 Tu.

6 515 35 0 35 6 51 5 37 0 28 1 1 6 495 40 0 23 6 41 5 47 0 8 18 W. , 6 52 5 36 1 32 6 50 5 38 1 27 1 44 6 47 5 41 1 21 6 405 48 1 4 19 Th. 6 51 5 37 2 28 6 48,5 39 2 22 2 30 6 46.5 42 2 16 6 39 5 49 1 57

Fr. 6 495 39 3 19 6 47 5 41 3 13 3 24 6 455 43 3 7 6 38 5 50 2 48 21 Sa. 6 485 40 4 3 6 46 5 42 3 58 4 25 6 445 44 3 48 6 37 5 51 3 34

6 46 5 41 4 42 6 445 43 4 37 5 24 6 425 45 4 32 6 36 5 52 4 17 23 .

6 455 42 5 15 6 43 5 44 5 11 6 14 6 41 5 46 5 76 36 5 52 4 55 21 Tu. 6 43 5 44 5 44 6 41 5 45 5 41 6 59 6 405 47 5 39 6 35 5 53 5 30 3 W. 6 425 45 rises. 6 405 46 rises. 7 40 6 38 5 48 rises. 6 31 5 54 rises. 20 Th. 6 405 46 6 51 6 38 5 47 6 51 8 22 6 37 5 49 6 52 6 33 5 55 6 51 27 Fr. 6 39 5 47 8 2 6 37 5 488 1 9 4 6 36 5 50 8 06 32 5 56 56 Sa.

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To find the time of high tide at fifty places in the United States, see page 5.

NOTABLE EVENTS IN FEBRUARY.

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Feb. 2, 1848. Mexican Treaty, Guadalupe Hidalgo, signed.

5, 1788. Massachusetts ratified the Constitution.
7, 1812. Charles Dickens born.
8, 1587. Mary Queen of Scots beheaded.
13, 1689. William III. and Mary proclaimed sovereigns of England.
14, 1859. Oregon admitted into the Union.

19, 1821. Florida ceded by Spain to the United States.
“ 22, 1732. George Washington born.
** 23, 1848. John Quincy Adams died, aged 80.
" 24, 1863. Territory of Arizona organized.
" 25, 1791. First United States Bank chartered.

26, 1848. French Republic proclaimed.

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Third Quarter. 30 h. 23 m. A. New Moon.... 10 8 h. 3 m. A. First Quarter.. 18 7 h. 52 m. A. Full Moon.....

26 8 h. 39 m. M.

6 h. 11 m. A. 15 h. 59 m. A. 5 h. 47 m. A. 5 h. 17 m. A. 7 h. 51 m. A. 17 h, 39 m. A. 7 h. 27 m. A. 6 h. 57 m. A. 7 h. 40 m. A. 7 h. 23 m, A. 7 h, 16 m. A. 6 h. 46 m. A. 8 h. 27 m. M. 8 h, 15 m. M. 8 h. 3 m. M. 7 h. 33 m. M.

Calendar for Boston, Calendar for N. Y.

New England, New City, Philadelphia, York State, Mich- Connecticut, New igan,

Wisconsin, Jersey, PennsylvaIowa, Minnesota, nia, Ohio, Indiana, Oregon.

Illinois, Nebraska.

Calendar for Wash-Calendar forCharles

ington, Maryland, ton, North CaroDelaware, Vir- lina, Tennessee, ginia, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, Kansas, Mississippi, Louisi. Colorado, Nevada, ana, Texas, ArkanCalifornia.

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High Water at N. Y.

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Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon Rises. Sets. Rises. Rises. Sets. Rises.

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II. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. 6 355 50 11 43 6 345 51 11 39 11 26 6 34 5 51 morn 6 325 52 morn 6 32 5 52 0 55 6 315 53 0 55 0 48 6 30 5 53 2 1 6 295 55 1 55 1 45 6 295 55 2 576 28 5 56 2 52 2 46 6 27 5 56 3 44 6 26 5 57 3 39 3 56 6 25 5 57 4 22 6 25 5 58 4 19 5 5 6 24 5 58 4 53 6 2315 59 4 51 6 6 6 22 5 501 5 221 6 216 0 5 20 6 57 6 206 1 sets. 6 20 6 1 sets. 7 43 6 196 27 6 6 18 6 27 5 8 27 6 176 3 8 11 6 16 6 31 8 9 9 9 6 15 6 4 9 15 6 15 6 5 9 12 9 51 6 14 6 5 10 181 6 13 6 6 10 14 10 32 6 12 6 6 11 21 6

711 14 11 15 6 106 7 morn 6 10 6 8 morn 11 59 6 86 9 0 17 6 86 91 0 11 0 23 6 716 101 1 9 6 6 6 10 1 3 1 6 516 11 1 56 6 5 6 111 1 50 1 52 6 3 6 12 2 37 6 36 12 2 32 2 43 6 1 6 13 3 12 6 16 13 3 7 3 44 6 0 6 14 3 42 6 06 14 3 39 4 45 5 58 6 15 4 10 5 58 6 15 4 8 5 36 5 56 6 17 4 36 5 57 6 16 4 35 6 23 5 54'6 18 5 1 5 55 6 17 5 2 7 5 5 53 6 19 rises. 5 53 6 18 rises. 749 5 51 6 20 8 11 5 52 6 19 8 8 8 31 5 49 6 21 9 28 5 50 6 20 9 24 9 20 5 47 6 22 10 43 5 48 6 21 10 38 10 12 5 46 6 23 11 52 5 47 6 22 11 46 11 7 5 44 6 25 morn 5 45 6 24 morn

H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M. H. M.H. M. 6 325 53 11 34 6 28 5 57 11 18 6 31 5 54 morn 6 27 5 58 morn 6 295 55 0 44 6 25 5 59 0 26 6 285 56 1 49 6 24 6 0 1 30 6 265 57 2 46 6 23 6 0 2 28 6 25 5 58 3 34 6 22 6 1 3 18 6 245 59 4 14 6 20 6 2 4 2 6 2216 0 4 49 6 19 6 3 4 39 6 20 6 1 5 19 6 18 6 4 5 14 6 19 6 2 sets. 6 176

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To find the time of high tide at fifty places in the United States, see page 5.

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