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son), Abraham Sbarpless. Louis Clapier, Jacob Ridgway, Geo.
"Yanx, Anthony Stocker, John G. Cunors, John White', Jonas
Freston, William Brown, James Robertson, Jonah Thompson,
Matthew G. Ralston, Pet Wager, Mark Richards, Isaac Wayne,
John R N< if, M. Carey. Themas Leiper, Wm. K. Correy,
Chandler Price, Charles Penrose, Hugh Bly.

Open daily except Sundavs, 4th of July and Christmas, from
9 till 3 in the afternoon. Discount days Wednesdays and Sa-
tuidays — Capital 2,500,000 dollars — shares 400 dollars each
Jiividc-nds, January and July.



PHILADELPHIA BANK.

cTohn Read, President — Quintin Campbell, Cashier.

Dibfctohs — John Read, Lewis D. Carpentier, J. S perry,
John W r elsh, Wi'ham Philips, Sam. Smith, Samuel W.Jones,
ph R. Evans, Benjamin Stille, Charles Graft, Wan. Yardley,
John M Pi ice, John A. Dutilh, Caleb Newbold jr. Edward
Twells, Charles Biddle jun. Michael Riter, Andrew Fisher,
Alexander M'Caraher, Robert Patterson, J. M. Linnard, Dan-
iel H Miller.

Open daily except Sundays, 4th of July, Christmas and New
Year's da v.

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays — Capital 1 800.000
dollars — shares 100 dollars each— dividends March and Sep-
tember,



FARMERS AND MECHANICS' BANK.

seph Taggert, President — Henrv Kuhl, Cashier.

D. ',< n :■■— Jos. Taggert, Seth Craig, William W. Fish,
er, WilBair Grrhard, Charles A Harper," William E. Howell,
Joseph lieu ell, James M'Alpin, John M'Cauley, George Pep-
per. Samuel Richards, James Sharswood* George Sheaff.

Open daily except Sunday, 4th of July, Christmasday and
1st Junuarv.

Discount da>s Tuesdays and Fridays — Capital 1,250,000 de-
ters — shares 50 dollars each — dividends, January and July.



BANK OF NORTH AMERICA.
Henry Nixon, President— Henry HoUingsworth, Cashier



Philadelphia Index > ci»i

Directors — John Morton, George Latimer, Daniel Smith,

rhnotlH Paxson, Hen t, George Fox, George M'Call-

mf>i a!?ster, Joseph Peace, Jacob S. Wain, Geo.

.3 ward Penington.

Open daily except Sundays, Good Friday, Christmas day,

1st January and 4th of July," from 9 to 3 P M,

;unt days Mondays and Thursdays — Capital 800,000
dollars — shares 40 j dollars each — dividends January and July



COMMERCIAL BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA.

Dire^t^t^ — Andrew Bayard, P — Richard Da

leb P. Wayne, Samuel Archer, Edward Hallowell, John C.
Smith, John M'Crea, Charles N. Bancker. Charles" Berry,
WiftoM L. Hodge, LawTence Lewis, BunksoTi lay lor, 6
uel G. Wright, John Lisle. — Joseph Williams. Cashier.

da'dy, except Sundays, Christmas da) , 4th of July, and
;f Janua:

S Tuesdays ar.d Frida; ; -:. — Capital 3,000,009
collars e. .



MECHANICS' BAN.

Director? — John Rogers. Pres. — Joseph Burden, Ephra::.-
Clark, .William Monte i"/. ; . Thomas Sparks, John V. Fralev,
John Stroup, jun. Stetson Lobdeli, D Woelpper, Henry Horn,
W . Thackara, Alexander C ok, Cornelius Stevenson— Jona^
than Smith, Cashier — Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays.



SCHUYLKILL BANK.

"Directors — William Meredith, President — Simon r
Aaron Denman, Edward Smith, William Paxson, John Du-
barry, George Thomson, Joseph Montgomery, John Ben;

el Lamrnot, Samuel Breck. Bartholomew Wistar. Israel
Cope — J.L^vis, Cashier — Discount dsys, Tuesdays and 1



BANK OF THE NORTHERN LD3ERT1ES.

Directors — John Barclay, President — Andrew C. Barclay,
Ceorge Gorgas, Thomas Hart, Joseph R. Jenks, Jonathan



Philadelphia Index.

Knight, Thomas Latimer, Thomas Loyd, jun. John Naglee,
Isaac \V. Norris, James Paul, John Taylor, Samuel Grant, Jo-
seph Thomas, James Whitehead — D. Mandeville, Cashier
Days of discount, Tuesdays and Fridays



STEPHEN GIEARD'S BANK.

Joseph Roberts, Cashier.

Open daily, except Sundays, Christmas and 4th of July,
from 9 till 3 o'clock P. M. Days of discount, Wednesdays and
(Saturdays.



NOTARIES PUBLIC.

jC itt — Peter S. Duponceau, 15 south Sixth street; Peter
I,ohra, 59 Dock street; Nicholas luehl, jun. opposite the Cus-
tom house; Benjamin j 2 Chesnut street; George Heyl
south west corner of \\ abjut and Front street; Clement C. Bid-
die, 41 Dock, below Second street.

N. Lirebtif.s — John Goodman 87- Callowhill street.

Sol'thwark — Richard Kenshaw, 302 south Second.



INTERPRETERS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES.

Mathias James 6'Conway, Benjamin Nones, George Tay-
ior. jun. Jacob Zeiliu.



WARDENS OF THE PORT OF PHILADELPHIA.

David M;iiIV.t, Master Warden — Assistants, Stephen G
William West. Samuel Veins, Paul Cox, Charles Penrose,
h Rej nokls.
Habbovii Master — Wm. Hawkes.



\0d



The Annual return of the Marriages, Baptisms
and Burials., in the United Episcopal congre-
gations of Chrisfs Church, St. Peter's, and
St. James 9 , by the Clerks and Sextons of
said Churches. Also, an abstract of the
Marriages, Baptisms and Burials, in the
various Congregations in the city and su-
burbs of Philadelphia.

FROM DECEMBER 25th, 1821. TO DECEMBER

25th, 1822.

EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.

Christ's Church, St. Peter's and St. James's.

The Right Rev. Bishop White, Rector.
Rev. Dr. Abercrombie. Rev. Mr. Kemper, and Rev. Mr.
Delancey,
Assistant Ministers.

SO



Marriages










( M
Baptisms j p e


iles
males




67)
79 \


1


Burials j ^ Iales .
t Females




59 )

76 (


1


Baptisms


ccreaicd 32 — Burials increased 13.








BURIED.




Under 1 year




24


From "0 to 80


17


From 1 to 3




10


80 to 90


3


3 to 5




5


90 to 100


1


5 to 10




4







10 to 20




6


Total


135


20 to 30




8


Of whom were,




30 to 40




14


Males


59


40 to 50




11


Females


76


50 to 60




12







80 to 70




20




135



106



DISEASES AND CASUALTIES.



Atrophy 1

Abscess 1

Apoplexy 4

Asthma 1

Cholera Morbus 9

Comsumption 17

Croup 3

Casualties 1

Convulsions 3

Dispepsia 1

Dropsy 4

Dropsy in Brain 1

Decay 6

Debility 3

Dysentery 5

Drowned 1

Diarrhoea 1

Epilepsy 1

Fits 2

Fever Bilious 6

Fever Intermittent 4



Brought forw ard 1 b

Gout 1

Hepatites 1

Hydrocephalus 5

Intenerea 1

Inflammation . 5

Insanity 2

Maligna 3

Mortification 1

Old Age 10

Phthisis Pulmonalis 8

Parpleagae 1

Quinsey 1

Rheumatism 2

Scarlet Fever 1

Scrofula 1

Stillborn 6

Sudden 1

Unknown 1 1

Typhus 1

Total 135



Cairied forward 75

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Rev. Mr. Allen, Rector.



Marriages.

Baptims

Burials



61

48



not obtained
increased 40
increased 16



St. John's Episcopal Church, N. L.

Rev. Mr. Boyd, Rector.
12

25 —

9 —



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



— decreased 4

— same as last year

St. Stephen's Church.

(tenth, near market-street.)
Rev. James Montgomery, Pastor.

St. Andrew's Church,

(eighth, near spruce-street.)
Rev. Mr Bedell, Pastor.

Trinity Church.

S. W. Christian-street.



107



Swedish Lutheran Church.

Rev. Dr. Collin, Rector.
Marriages 41

Baptisms 41 — decreased 11

Burials* 104 — increased 46

" A small proportion of adults and children were members-

German Lutheran Church.
Rev. Mr. Schafter, Pastor.

Marriages not obtained

Baptisms 128 — decreased 80

Burials 161 — increased 10

Evaugelical Lutheran Church of St. John.

Rev. Mr. Mayer, Pastor.
Baptisms 110 — iucreased 7



Burials



increased 1



Moravian Church, or United Brethren.

Rev. Mr. S. Reinke, Pastor.



Marriages


9


Baptisms


27


Burials


14



increased 4
increased 4



ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCHES

St. Mary's Church.



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials


Rev. Mr, Hogan, Pastor.

42
116

242 —

St. Augustine Church.


increased 10


Marriages

Baptisms

Burials


Rev. Mr. Hurlev, Pastor.
26

100 —
35 —

Holy Trinity Church.


increased 9
decreased 3


Marriages

Baptisms

Burials


Rev. Dr. Rolots, Pastor.

4

90 —
40 —


increased 6
decreased i



German Reformed Church.
Rev. Mr. Helfcnstein, Pastor.



Baptisms
Burials



83
87



increased S
increased 4'



108



German Reformed Church, N. L.

Rev. Mr. F. W. Vandersloot, Pastor.
Baptisms 44 — increased 12

Burials 33 — decreased 22

First Reformed Dutch Church of Spring
Garden.

Rev. Mr. Hoff, Pastor.
Marriages 13

Baptisms 5 — same as last yeai

Burials 16 — increased 12

First Reformed Dutch Church.

(crown street.)
Rev. Dr. Broadhead, Pastor.
Baptisms 31 — decreased 3

Burials 40 — increased 12

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES.

First Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Dr. Wilson, Pastor.

12

56 — — increased 25

33 — — decreased 4

Second Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Dr. Janeway, Pastor.

24

31 — — decreased 3

39 — — decreased 6

Third Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Dr. Ely, Pastor.

41

52 — — decreased 22

38 — increased 12

Fourth Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Mr. Potts, Pastor.



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



56 — —

31 — —

Fifth Presbyterian Church.
Rev. Mr. Skinner, Pastor.

15

13 — —

4 — —

Sixth Presbyterian Church.

Rev, Dr. Neill, Pastor.

12

19 — —



not obtained,
increased 29
decreased 19



increased
decreased



decreased 15
decreased 2



109



Seventh Presbyterian Church, or Tabernacle.

Rev. Mr. Engles, Pastor.



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



7
16

18



decreased 10
increased 6



Eighth Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Mr. Arbuckle, Pastor.
Returns not obtained.

Ninth Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Mr. M'Jnnes, Pastor.

Marriages 1 2

Baptisms 21

Burials not obtained.

First Presbyterian Church. N. L.

Rev. Mr. Patterson, Pastor.

16

43 — — increased 16

27 — — increased 10



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Burials
Burials



Friends' Meeting.

14S _ —

Free Quakers.

34 — —



decreased 4

increased 2



BAPTIST CHURCHES.

First Baptist Church.

Rev. Dr. Holcombe, Pastor.

48

12 — — decreased IS

36 — — increased 1

Second Baptist Church.

Rev. Mr. M'Laughlin, Pastor.

13

l
44 — — increased 7

Third Baptist Church.

Rev. Mr. Peckworth, Pastor.
Returns not obtained.

Sansom street Baptist Church.

Rev. Dr. Staughtou, Pastor.

Marriages 86

Baptisms 4 — — decreased 1

Burials 31 — — increased 10



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



110



New Market street Baptist Church.

Rev. Mr. Griffin, Pastor.



Marriages


80


Baptisms


20


Burials


16



Increased 10
decreased 2



First Reformed Presbyterian Church.

Rev. Dr. Wylie, Pastor.
Marriages 10

Baptisms 20 — — decreased

Burials 14 — — decreased



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.

St. George's, Ebenezer, Salem and Nazareth.

Rev. Mr. Smyth, Rector.

Rev. Messrs. Cooper and Miller, Assistant Ministers.
Marriages and Baptisms not obtained

Burials 16S — — increased 2 1

Of which the majority were strangers.

Union Methodist Church.

Rev. Mr. Burch, Pastor.

— — decreased 23

— — increased 13

St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church.

Rev. Mr. Rusling, Pastor.

Marriages 30

Baptisms 51 — — increased 2

Burials 108

As far as obtained.



Marriages


26


Baptisms


11


Burials


32



Universalist Church.

Rev. Mr. Kneeland, Pastor.



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



Marriages

Baptisms

Burials



19
14

18



New Jerusalem Temple.

Rev. Mr. Carll, pastor.



22

<9



increased 3
increased i



increased 16
decreased 2



HI

Christian Church.





Mr. Pumroy, Elder.




Marriages

Baptisms

Burials


14

6 — —
65 — —


decreased 23
increased 15



AFRICAN CHURCHES.

St. Thomas' Episcopal Church.

Marriages 4

Baptisms 12

Burials 25

First African Baptist Church.

Mr. Simmons, Pastor.
Marriages 13

Baptisms 14 — — increased 9

Burials 10 — — same as last yeer.

African Methodist Church.

Richard Allen, Pastor.
Marriages 83

Baptisms 139 — — decreased 22

Burials 93 — — decreased 5

African Union Methodist Church.

Baptisms 25

Burials 23

African Wesleyan Church.

Baptisms 12

Burials 55

Hebrew Synagogue.

Burials 5

Philadelphia Public Burial Ground.

Burials 622 — — increased 2

Blockley Public Burial Ground.

Burials H6-— from March last.



Marriages this year as far as obtained 1290

Baptisms this year 1679 — — decreased 330

Burials this year 2947 — — increased 219

Unitarian Church, corner Locust & Tenth

Kev. James Taylor, Pastor.

Marriages 2— Burials 7.

Catholic Church, St. Joseph's,

Rev. Win. Vincent Harold, Pastor.



BAILETS

Washington Almanac,

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD



1823,



Being the third after Bissextile^ or Leap Tear.




PHILADELPHIA :

PRINTED FOR ROBERT BE SILVER.

No. 110, Walnut Street.



NOTES TO THE READER.

First.— The Astronomical calculations are made to so-
lar, or apparent time : to which, add the equation, when
the sun is slow, and subtract when fast, for the mean, or
clock time.

Second. — The time of High Water, at Philadelphia, is so
computed, as to serve for either morning or evening, (near
enough for common use,) the morning flood being about 12
minutes earlier than the time in the tide column, and that
of the evening as much later.

Third. — As the day ends at midnight, the rising, setting,
and southing, of the Moon, after that time, is found against
the succeeding day : so, on the night of (or following) the
$th day of January, the Moon rises at 2 h. 25 m. after mid-
night, viz. in the morning of the 6th, not at 1 h, 22 m. the
time opposite the 5th, which is that of its rising the pre-
ceding morning.

Fourth. — The rising, setting, or southing, of a star, may
be carried several days backward, by adding, or forward,
by subtracting, 4 minutes per day : — for instance, on the
11th day of January, Sirius is south at 11 h. 5 m. adding
12m. for three days sooner, we have 11 h. 17m. for the
southing on the 8th ; and by deducting 8 m. for two days
later, we have 10 h. 57 m. for the southing on the 13th of
the same month, &c.

— — ^o— ■-

RATES OF POSTAGE.

r For a Single Letter, composed of one piece of paper, and carried
any distance not exceeding .36 miles, 8 cents ; over 36, and not ex-
ceeding- 80 miles, 10 cents ; over 80, and not exceeding- 150 miles,
12£ cents; over 150, and not exceeding 400 miles, 18| cents ; over
400 miles, 25 cents. — Double Letters, or those composed of two pieces
of paper, are charged with double those rates — Triple Letters, with
triple those rates — Quadruple Letters, with quadruple those rates,
provided they weigh one ounce ; otherwise, with triple postage —
Livery Packet, composed of four or more pieces of paper, and weigh-
ing one ounce, or more, is to be charged with single postage for each
quarter of an ounce ; except letters conveyed by water mails, which
are not to be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless the
packets actually contain more than four distinct letters.

Newspapers.— Each paper, carried not over 100 miles, 1 cent ; over
200 miles, 1^ cent. But if carried to any Post Office in the state in
which it is printed, whatever may be the distance, the rate is 1 cent.

Magazines and Pamphlets are rated by the sheet ; and carried not
over 50 mdes, per sheet, 1 cent ; over 50, and not exceeding 100
miles, 1£ cent ; any greater distance, 2 cents. — Every 4 folic, 8 quar-
to, or 16 octavo, or lesser pages, to be considered a sheet : also, the
surplus pages beyond even fours, Jgic.



THE AXATOMY OF MAX'S BODY.

AS SUPPOSED TO BE GOVERNED BY THE

TWELVE CONSTELLATIONS



^ead and F a< ^




"^dX



To know where the sign is — Find the day of the month,
and agains{ it, in the seventh column, stands the Sign the
Moon is in ; then, finding the sign here, it shows the part
of the body it is supposed to govern.



SOLAR and LUNAR ECLIPSES in the YEAR 181

1. Of the Sun, on the 12th of the 1st month, (January,) at 53
minutes past 3, in the morning, invisible.

2. Of the Moon, on the 26th day of the 1st month, (January,)
at 9 minutes past noon, invisible.

3. Of the Sun, on the 10th day of the 2d month, (February,)
at 3 minutes past 10, in the evening, invisible.

4. Of the Sun, on the 8th day of the 7th month, (July,) at 39
minutes past 1, in the morning, invisible.

5. Of the Moon, on the 22d and 23d days of the 7th month,
(July,) visible as follows : —



„ . . C of the Eclipse, at -
Beginning £ Q



End



f total darkness, at
Middle, - - - .
Eliptical £ - - -
of total darkness, at
of the eclipse, at
Duration of the eclipse



H. >f.




8 28-




9 35 i




10 25 )


>■ Evening of 22d..


10 27 \




11 14 -




00 21


Morning of 23d.


3 52





12' from the north side of the Earth's



Digits eclipsed, 18 C
shadow.

6. Of the Sun, on the 6th day of the 8th month, (August,) at 4
minutes past 8, in the morning, invisible.

Venus ( 9 ) will be evening star, until the 10th day of the 10th
month, (October,) then morning star, to the end of the year.



CHRONOLOG
Dominical Letter E

Epact ... 18



CAL CYCLES.
Solar Cycle
Lunar Cycle



12

19



Septuagesima,
Quinquagesirna,

Wednesday,
Middle Lent,
Palm Sunday,
Easter Sunday,



MOVEABLE FEASTS.



Jan.

Feb.

Feb.

March

March

March



26
9

12
9

23

30



Low Sunday,

Rogation,

Ascension,

Whit-Sunday,

Trinity Sunday,

Advent,



April

May

May

May

May

Nov.



6
4

8
18
25
30



ASTRONOMICAL CHARACTERS EXPLAINED.



New moon O^ u ^ moon
J First 7 quar- C or moon in
(Last y ter (.general
^Moon's ascending node
Q)Sun 9 Herschell

\ Saturn ^J Jupiter

% Mars 0The Earth

2 Venus £ Mercury



cy 5 Aries
IlGemini
3, Leo
=^ Libra
X Sagitarius
3?Aquarius
6 Conjunction
□ Quartile



8 Taurus
25 Cancer
ttjj Virgo
rri Scorpio
ltf Capri cornus

XPisces

8 Opposition

#Sextile



First Month, January , 1823.



Moon's Phases.

D. H. M. D. H, M,

Last C 3 11 9 A New #12 3 53 M

First 519 8 59 A Full Q 26 10 A




£


3




Swa


Sun





^


D


1>


Higli






Miscellaneous


me.


«<?£«


slow


Cc*


rises.


south


Wat.


ft




4


Particulars.


A m
7 23


h m
4 37


m s




h m


h jn


Phil.


"1


Circumcision


3 47


10 12


3 44


5 32


2


5


6 <§ $ sup.


7 23


4 37


4 16


24


11 17


4 28


6 16


3


6


freezing


7 22


4 38


4 44


^.


morn.


5 12


7


4


7


\l stationary


7 22


4 38


5 11


20


19


5 56


7 44


5


E


2d Sun. aft. Christ.


7 22


4 38


5 38


"l


1 22


6 39


8 27


6


2


Epiphany


7 21


4 39


6 5


14


2 25


7 24


9 12


7




y. south 8 26


7 21


4 39


6 31


26


3 30


8 11


9 59


8


4


clear and cold


7 20


4 40


6 57


t


4 24


8 59


10 47


9


5


B'seyeS9 3


7 20


4 40


7 22


20


5 21


9 49


11 37


10


6


3> in apogee


7 19


4 41


7 47


VJ


6 1


10 39


27


11


7


Sirius so. 11 5


7 18


4 42


8 11


14


6 52


11 29


1 17


12


E


1st Sun. aft. Epiph.


7 18


4 42


8 34


27


9€ts.


aftXT


2


13


2


3) in node


7 17


4 43


8 57




6 14


1 4


2 34


14


3


snow


7 16


4 44


9 19


20


7 16


1 48


3 6


15


4


Day 9h. 28m. long


7 16


4 44


9 41


K


8 18


2 31


3 37


16


5


^ lat. 3 deg. north


7 15


4 45


10 2


15


9 22


3 13


4 8


17


6


hazy


7 14


4 46


10 22


28


10 26


3 56


4 41


18


7


\l sets 1 1


7 13


4 47


10 42


*


11 33


4 41


5 23


19


E


2d Sun. aft. Epiph.


7 13


4 47


11 1


24


morn.


5 29


6 9


20


2


(H enters c»


7 12


4 48


11 19


8


41


6 22


7 16


21


3


Agnes. \i station.


7 11


4 49


11 37


22


1 56


7 19


8 45


22


4


§ % — » 27 so.


7 10


4 50


11 53


n


3 10


8 19


10 19


23


5


5 in perigee


7 9


4 51


12 9


21


4 19


9 23


11 36


24


6


Luna runs high


7 8


4 52


12 24


25"


5 27


10 28


36


25


7


St. Paul's conver.


7 7


4 53


12 39


21


6 14


11 29


1


26


E


Septuagesima.


7 6


4 54


12 52


SI


rises.


morn.


141


27


2


B's eye so. 7 47


7 5


4 55


13 5


20


6 25


27


2 59


28


3


clear


7 4


4 56


13 17


«R


7 37


1 19


ol


29


4


D lat. 3 deg. south


7 3


4 57


13 28


19


8 47


2 9


4 21


30


5


cold


7 2


4 58


13 38


=£1


9 54


2 55


5 r


31


6


7*s set 2 4


7 1


4 59,


13 4a


17


10 59


3 40


5 52



B



Second Month, February, 1-823

Moon's Phases,

D, H. M. D. H, M.

Last C 2 5 33 A New # 10 10 4 A

First 3) 18 6 1 M Full Q 25 5 M




g


S




Sun


Sun


#


Vd


.3)


D


High






Miscellaneous


rise.


sets


flow.


as"


rises*


south


Wat.


p




7


Particulars.


h m
7


h m
5


m 8


28


h m


h m

4 24


Phil.


7


•very cold


13 56


morn.


6 36




E


Sexagesima Sun.


6 59


5 1


14 4


"l


4


5 11


7 23


3


2


snow


6 58


5 2


14 11


23


1 7


5 57


8 9


4


3


9 % — $025so.$


6 57


5 3


14 17


/


2 8


6 46


8 58


5


4


clear


6 56


5 4


14 22


17


3 6


7 36


9 48


6


5


Luna runs low


6 55


5 5


14 26


29


4


8 27


10 59


7


6


% set§ 1 8


6 54


5 6 14 30


v$


4 44


9 16


11 28


8


7


7*s set 1 40


6 52


5 8


14 33


22


5 24


10 6


6


9


E


Quinquages. Sun.


6 51


5 9


14 35




5 58


10 54


42


10


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11 39


1 27


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6 48


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2 12


12


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6 47


5 13


14 36


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7 9


1 7


2 55


13


5


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6 46


5 14


14 35


25


8 14


1 51


3 39


14


6


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6 45


5 15


14 33


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9 21


2 36


4 24


15


7


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6 44


5 16


14 30


21


10 29


3 23


5 11


16


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6 43


5 17


14 27


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11 46


4 14


6 2


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6 41


5 19


14 23


18


morn.


5 9


6 57


18


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cold


6 40


5 20


14 18


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6 8


7 56


19


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6 39


5 21


14 13


16


2 4


7 9


8 57


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6 38


5 22


14 3


£5


3 10


8 12 10


21


6


rain


6 37


5 23


14


15


4 5


9 12


11


22


7


Washington b.l 732


6 35


5 25


13 53


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4 48


10 10


11 58


23


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6 34


5 26


13 45


14


5 25


11 2


23


24


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11 55


1 14


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6 32


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5 30


13 17


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7 31


41


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5 31


13 7


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1 31


3 43


28


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6 27


5 33


12 56


23


9 48


2 17


4 29



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Moon's Phases,

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Last C 4 ' 1 47 A New #12 1 33 A

First D ' 19 1 17 A Full Q 26 40 A



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5 34


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5 15


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6 25


5 35


12 32


18


11 56


3 51


6 3


3


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6 24


5 36


12 20


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morn


4 39


6 51


4


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rain


6 22


5 38


12 6 13


56


5 30


7 42


5


4


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6 21


5 39


11 53 25


1 52


6 21


8 33


6


5


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6 19


5 41


11 39


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2 40


7 11


9 23


7


6


% sets 11 50


6 18


5 42


11 24


18


3 22


8 1


10 11


8


7


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6 17


5 43


11 9




3 59


8 50


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6 15


5 45


10 54


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