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4 30


9 37


11 39


10


2


hazy


6 14


5 46


10 39


25


4 58


10 22


10


11


3


3) lat. 3 deg.no.


6 12


5 48


10 23


X


5 22


11 6


54


12


4


Gregory


6 11


5 49


10 7


21


5 47


11 52


1 40


13


5


\l sets 9 30


6 10


5 50


9 50


cy»


sets.


aft.37


2 25


14


6


warm winds


6 9


5 51


9 33


17


8 23


1 24


3 12


15


7


7*ssetll 19


6 8


5 52


9 16


8


9 41


2 15


4 3


16


E


5th Sund. in Lent


6 6


5 54


8 59


15


10.50


3 10


4 58


17


2


Sir his sets 11 51


6 5


5 55


8 41


29


morn.


4 8


5 56


18


o
O


equinoctial


6 3


5 57


8 24


n


1


5 9


6 57


19


4


3) in perigee


6 2


5 58


8 6


37


1 7


6 11


7 59


20


5


storm


6 1


5 59


7 48


35


2 3


7 11


8 59


21


6


Benedict (v) en. °f>


6


6


7 30


26


2 51


8 8


9 56


22


7


temfierate


5 58


6 2


7 11


a


3 32


9 3


10 51


23


E


Palm Sunday


5 57


6 3


6 53


24


4 5


9 53


1141


24


2


Day 12h. 8m. long


5 56


6 4


6 35


T1JJ


4 33


10 41


15


25




Annunciation


5 54


6 6


6 16


21


4 59


11 29


53


26


4


9 sets 5 2


5 53


6 7


5 58


-A-


rises.


morn.


1 41


27


5


Arcturus so. 1 46


5 52 6 8


5 39


18


7 37


26


2 38


28


6


Good Friday


5 50J6 10


5 20


»1


8 42


1 3


3 15


*29


7


rain


5 49 6 11


5 2


14


9 48


1 49


4 1


30


E


Easter Sunday


5 48


5 12


4 44


27


10 52


2 38


4 50


31


2


windy


5 47


5 13


4 25


t\


11 48


3 29


5 41



Fourth Month, April, 1823.

Moon's Phases.

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

Last C 3 10 9 M New #11 1 47 M

First 3 17 7 48 A Full Q 25 1 58 M




1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30



Miscellaneous
Particulars.



clear
Luna runs low
7*s set 10 17
St. Ambrose
3) in node
Low Sunday
2/ sets 1 23
3) lat. 3 deg. no.

rain
Antares so. 3 6

clear
\l sets 8
2d Sund. aft. East.

fileasant
Luna runs high
Arct. south 31

cloudy
j) in node
$ sets 9 1
3d Sund. aft. East.
Day lGh. 20m. Ion g|5

warm
St. George

weather
% sets 9 34
3) lat. 5 deg. so.
4th Sund. aft. East.

clear
Luna runs low

cloudy



D \High
south] Wat.
h m Phil.




Fifth Month, May, 1823.

.Moon's Phases.

D. H. M. D. //. M.

Last C 3 4 47 M New # 10 11 12 M

First J 17 2 31 M Full Q 24 4 6 A




%


$




Sun


Sun


*


\=)


?> D


High







Miscellaneous


rise.


sets.


fast


C9*


rises ^south


Wat.


p


~5


Particulars.


h m
5 8


h m
6 52


m 8
3 1


22


h mh m


Phil.


1


Philip and James


6


4 49


7 1


2


6


3) in node


5 7


6 53


3 9


>**


40


5 36


7 48


a


7


war pi


5 6


6 54


3 16


16


1 11


6 21




4


E


Rogation Sunday


5 5


6 55


3 23


28


1 36


7 5


9 ir


5


2


An tares sets 1 32


5 4


6 56


3 29


X


2 1


7 48


10


6




3) lat. 4 deg. north


5 3


6 57


3 34


23


2 25


8 32


10 44


7


4


% rises 4 41


5 2


6 58


3 39





2 51


9 18


11 30


8


5


Ascension


5 1


6 59


3 44


21


3 18


10 7


7


9


6


weather


5


7


3 48


8


3 48


11


48


10


7


Arcturus south 113


4 59


7 1


3 51


19


4 25


11 57


145


11


E


Sund. aft. Ascens.


4 58


7 2


3 54


n


sets.


aft 58


2 46


12


2


pleasant


4 57


7 3


3 56


19


9 59


2 2


3 50


13


3


Day 14h. 8m. long


4 56


7 4


3 57


S5


10 51


3 7


4 55


14


4


Luna runs high


4 55


7 5


3 58


19


11 41


4 8


5 55


15


5


3) in perigee


4 54


7 6


3 58


SI


morn.


5 5


6 53


16


6


3) in node


4 53


7 7


3 58


17


19


5 57


7 45


17


7


rain


4 52


7 '8


3 57


W


49


6 47


8 35


18


E


Whit-Sunday


4 51


7 9


3 56


14


1 17


7 32


9 20


19


2


9 sets 10 2


4 50


7 10


3 54


27


1 41


8 17


10 5


20


3


very warm


4 49


7 11


3 51


-A.


2 5


9 2


10 50


21


4


$ enters n


4 48


7 12


3 48


23


2 31


9 48


11 36


22


5


thunder


4 48


7 12


3 44


*l


3


10 34





23


6


% sets 7 58


4 47


7 13


3 40


IS


3 29


11 22


46


24


7


Fomal. rises 2 44


4 46


7 14


3 35


/


rises-


morn.


1 34


25


E


Trinity Sunday


4 45


7 15


3 30


13


8 31


13


2 25


26


2


Luna runs low


4 44


7 16


3 24


25


9 20


1 4


3 16


27


3


3) in apogee


4 43


7 17


3 18


vs


10 3


1 54


4 6


28


4


$ great elongation


4 42


7 18


3 11


19


10 31


2 44


4 56


29


5


j) lat. 1 deg. south


4 42


7 18


3 4


vtv


11 10


3 30


5 42


30


6


Arcturus so. 9 39


4 41


7 19


2 51


12


11 38


4 16


6 28


*1


7


variable


4 41


7 19


2 49


24


morn.


5


7 12



Sixth Month, June, 1823.



Moon's Phases*

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

Last C 1 8 21 A- New #8 6 47 A

First D 15 10 22 M Full Q 23 7 2 M




1

3
4
5
6
7

9

30
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
SO

sol



p

E

2
3
4
5
6
7
£
2
3
4
5
6
7
E
2

n
O

4
5

6
7
E

2
3
4
5

6



Miscellaneous
Particulars.



High
Wat,
Phil.



1st Sun. aft. Trin.

rain
Day 14h. 40m. long
Spica sets 1 56

pleasant
% rises 3 52

temperate
2d Sun. aft. Trin.
Luna runs high
3) in perigee
J) in node

cloudy
Day 14h.48m. long
^2 rises 2 47
3d Sun. aft. Trin.
Arcturus so. 8 31
St. Alban
Spica sets 58

$ sets 10 8
fair
Q) enters 05
4th Sun. aft. Trin.

6 ©S
Nat. of John. Bapt.

% rises 3 6
rain
Ant. south 9 54

3) lat. 3 deg. north
5th Sun. aft. Trin.
Day 14m 48m longf4 3$




Seventh Month, July, 1823.



Moon's Phases*
d. h. m. n. n. m.

Last C 1 8 30 M New #8 1 39 M

First } 14 8 20 A Full O 22 10 27 A

Last d 30 5 49 A




?

3

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31



Miscellaneous
Particulars.



very warm
Visitation B. V. M.

thunder
Independ. 1776
5 stationary
6th Sun. aft. Trin.
2|Luna runs high
3 © eclipsed invis.
3) in node
fair
# south 11 19
Day 14h 38m long
7th Sun. aft. Trin,

iu arm winds
Spica sets 10 2

and rain
V% 2/45m.s.£
3) lat. 4 deg. south
£ rises 2 31
8th Sun. aft. Trin.
3) in apogee
3) eclipsed visible
^j) enters 5t

ve ry warm
\l rises 1 27
St. Anne
9th Sun. aft. Trin.

clear

J) lat. 5 deg. north

and

warm weather



Sun
rise,
h m



4 36
4 36
4 37

37

37

38

38

38
4 39
4 39
4 40
4 41
4 41
4 42
4 42
4 43
4 44
4 44
4 45
4 46
4 47
4 47
4 48
4 49
4 50
4 51
4 52
4 52
4 53
4 54
4#l7






24
24
23
23
23
22
22
22
21
21
20
19
19
18
18
17
16
16
15
14
13
13
12
11
10
9
8
8
7
6
i



slow
m &



3 16
3 28
3 39

3 50

4 1
4 11
4 21
4 31
4 40
4 49

4 57

5 5
5 13
5 20
5 27
5 33
5 39
5 44
5 49
5 53

5 57

6



r

24

8

21

n

21
Zo

22

a

22

»*

20

-A-

18

«t

13

25

t

19

>5

12

24

®

18

X

12
25
T
20

8

17



3)


3>


HigH


rises.


south


Wat,


h m


h m


Phil.


11 35


5 40


7 52


morn.


6 27


8 39


5


7 18


9 30


42


8 13


10 25


1 26


9 13


11 25


2 20


10 17


5


3 23


11 23


1 11


sets.


aft.27


2 15


8 38


1 27


3 15


9 10


2 22


4 10


9 37


3 13


5 1


10 4


4 1


5 49


10 30


4 48


6 36


10 57


5 34


7 22


11 26


6 22


8 10


11 57


7 7


8 55


morn.


7 56


9 44


36


8 47


10 35


1 20


9 37


11 25


2 10


10 29


17


3 4


11 16


41


rises.


morn.


1 28


7 34


2


2 14


8 2


47


2 59


8 25


1 31


3 43


8 50


2 13


425


9 14


2 54


5 6


9 36


3 36


5 48


10 3


4 21


6 33,


10 37


5 9


7 21


a 17


6 1


aia



Eighth Month, August, 1823.

Moon's Phases,

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

New #6 8 52 M First ]) 13 9 19 M

Full O 21 1 40 A Last C 29 116 M




2


- ■i
-*


-





l


6


1


7


3


E


4


2


S


3


6


f



Miscellaneous
Particulars.



■Su/2
rise,
h m



4 56
4 57



Lammas Day
sultry
10th Sun. aft. Trin. 4 58
4 59



sets.l slow
h mm 8



3) in perigee
~) in node
4Transfiguration

5 2 sets 8 48

6 ~) lat. 4 deg. so.

7 R's eve rises 17
E 11th Sun. aft. Trin.

2 6 a $

3 like for rain
4'Day ISh 44m long
5J9 rises 2 66
6 fdeasant
7, Luna runs low
E 12th Sun. aft. Trin.
21 D in apogee

3 } in node

4 il rises 2 59

5 cloudy

6 ram

23 7 >£} enters v%

24 E 13th Sun. aft. Trin



8

9
101
11

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

20;

3l|
22



4
3
2
1

6 59

2 6 58

3 6 57

4 6 56
516 55

6 6 54

7 6 53



5 59 n




morn.. 6 57

5| 7 58

1 5j 9 1

2 14|10

3 32J11
sets, aft



25

26
27
28
29



rises 10 57

3 fair

4 3) lat. 5 deg. no.

5 St. Augustine

in Bapt. beh'd.
us rises 3 3



8 6 52
106 50
11(6 49

12 6 48

13 5 47
14.6 46
15 6 45

17 6 43

18 6 42

19 6 41
5 20 6 40
5 226 38

23 6 37
5 246 36
5 25 6 35
5 26 6 34
5 2716 33
6 31



5 5615
5 52J3E

5 47 15

542 a

5 36 15

5 29 TTR

5 22 14

5 14 28

5 6=£=

4 58 ! 26

4 48inv

4 3&'22!10 35

4 28; X ill 18

4 17 16'morn.



8 57

9 26
9 58



Slj E,14th Sun. aft. Trin. 5 30;6 30



4 6.27
3 54 VJ
3 4121
3 28 ~
3 15 15
3 127

2 47 K
2 32,22

2 It

_ •

2 017

1 43 «

1 11 27
36 15



6
59



5
6
4
59
49
38
26
14
2
52
43
34

8 24

9 14



1 57 10 2

2 58 10 47
4 ii 32

morn.

6 57 15

7 20

7 45

8 9



High
Wat.
Phil.

9 9

10 10

11 13
5

54

1 52

2 47

3 37

4 26

5 14

6 2

6 50

7 40

8 30

9 22

10 12

11 2
11 50

14
59



8 43)

9 20

10 4i

11 0.
morn:-.

41



57

40
24
10
1
55
53
54



5610



1 44

2 27

3 9

3 52

4 36

5 22

6 13

7 7

8 5

9 7
8



Ninth Mouthy September, 1823.

Moon's Phases,

D. H. AT. D. H. M.

New # 4 5 18 A First 3) 12 1 44 M

Full O 20 7 16 M Last C 27 7 55 M




g


^




Sun Sun


@


\a


5


D


High






Miscellaneous


rise.


sets.


fast


00*


rises.


south


Wat


e




~2


Particulars.


h m
5 31


h m


m s


24


h m


h m


Phil,


1


5 in perigee


6 29


1


1 16


8 58


11 10


2




thunder


5 33


6 27


20


a


2 32


9 55


11 57


6


4


and lightning


5 34


6 26


39


23


3 48


10 50


38


4


5


7*s rise 9 19


5 35


6 25


59


«K


5 1


11 43


1 31


5


6


rain


5 36


6 24


1 18


23


sets.


aft.33


221


6


7


Day 12h44m long


5 38


6 22


1 37


-A.


7 5


1 22


3 10


7


E


15th Sun. aft. Trin.


5 39


6 21


1 57


21


7 32


2 11


3 59


8


2


Nativ. of B. V. M.


5 40


6 20


2 17


«l


S 3


3


4 43


9


3


cool


5 42


6 18


2 38


17


8 41


3 51


5 39


10


4


mornings


5 43


6 17


2 58


29


9 22


4 43


6 31


11


5


and evenings


5 44


6 16


3 19


/


10 7


5 34


7 22


12


6


Luna runs low


5 45


6 15


3 40


24


11


6 2*


8 14


13


7


% rises 1 53


5 47


6 13


4 1


y$


11 57


7 16


9 4


14


E


16th Sun. aft. Trin.


5 48


6 12


4 22


17


mom.


8 4


9 52


15


2


3) in node


5 49


6 11


4 42


29


58


8 51


10 39


16


3


$ stationary


5 51


6 9


5 3


MA


I 57


9 3 3


11 24


17


4


B's eye rises 9 50


5 52


6 8


5 24


23


2 59


10 19


7


18


5


cloudy


5 53


6 7


5 45


X


4 1


11 2


31


19


6


2/ rises 11 27


5 55


6 5


6 6


18


5 3


11 46


1 14


20


7


9 stationary


5 56


6 4


6 27


T


rises.


morn,


1 58


21


E


17th Sun. aft. Trin.


5 57


6 3


6 48


14


6 27


31


2 43


22


2


7*s rise 8 15


5 59


6 1


7 9


27


6 57


1 17


3 29


23


3


(jg) enters =2s


6


6


7 30


8


7 30


2 7


4 19


24


4


3) lat. 4 deg. north


6 1


5 59


7 50


24


8 13


S


5 12


25


5


\ south 3 13


6 2


5 58


8 11


n


9 5


3 58


6 10


26


6


St. Cyprian


6 3


5 57


8 31


22


10 7


4 57


7 9


27


7


windy


6 5


5 55


8 51


25


11 13


5 58


8 10


28


E


18th Sun. aft. Trin.


6 6


5 54


9 11


20


morn.


6 58


9 10


29


2


St. Michael


6 8


5 52


9 31


a


26


7 55


10 7


3fo


3


St. Jerome


6 9


5 51


9 51


18


1 40


8 50


11 2



Tenth Month, October, 1823.



Moon's Phases.

D. H. M. D. R. M.

New • 4 3 40 M First } 11 9 6 A

Full O 19 5 10 A Last <L 26 2 43 A




3


<




Sun


Sun





^


3)


D


/#§■/*






Miscellaneous


rise.


sets.


fast





rises.


south


Waf.


p


4


Particulars.


h m


h m


in s




h m


h tn


PhiL


1


fair


6 10


5 50


10 10


2 54


9 41


11 53


2


5


7*s south 3 7


6 12


5 48


10 29


17


4 6


10 31


19


3


e


D§}/


6 13


5 47


10 47


-A-


5 18


11 20


1 8


4


7


3) lat. 5 deg. south


6 14


5 46


11 7


15


sets.


aft. 9


1 57


5


E


rani


6 16


5 44


11 25


29


6 9


58


2 46


6


2


Day llh. 26m. long


6 17


5 43


11 42


%


6 45


1 49


3 37


7


3


hazy


6 18


5 42


12


2.5


7 23


2 41


4 29


a


4


% rises 1 43


6 19


5 41


12 17


t


8 8


3 33


5 21


9


5


$ stationary


6 21


5 39


12 33


20


9


4 26


6 14


10


6


Luna runs low


6 22


5 38


12 49


>5


9 56


516


7 4


11


7


[6 0?


6 23


5 37


13 5


14


10 56


6 6


7 54


12


E


coo/


6 25


5 35


13 20


25


11 54


6 53


8 41


13


2


2/ rises 10 9


6 26


5 34


13 34


■v..
Ma


morn.


7 38


9 26


14


3


cloudy


6 27


5 33


13 48


29


55


8 22


10 10


15


4


} lat. 3 deg. north


6 28


5 32


14 2


X


1 57


9 5


10 53


16


5


ivindy


6 30


5 30


14 15


13


2 58


9 47


11 47


17


6


rain


6 31


5 29


14 27


26


4 Q


10 32


32


18


7


St. Luke


6 32


5 28


14 39


r


5 6


11 18


44


19


E


cold


6 33


5 27


14 50


23


rises-


morn.


1 30


20


2


\l south 1 46


6 35


5 25


15


b


5 37


8


2 20


21


o
O


pleasant


6 36


5 24


15 10


20


6 18


1


3 12


22


4


Sirius rises 11 46


6 37


5 23


15 20


n


7 7


1 58


4 10


23


5


(j£ enters x\


6 39


5 21


15 28


18


8 6


2 58


5 10


24


6


Luna runs high


6 40


5 20


15 36


22


9 12


3 59


6 11


25


7


Crispin


6 41


5 19


15 44


17


10 23


4 59


7 11


26


E


clear


6 42


5 18


15 52


a


11 36


5 57


8 9


27


2


B's eye rises 7 22


6 44


5 16


15 56


15


morn.


6 52


9 4


28


3


Simon and Jude


6 45


5 15


16 1


29


49


7 42


9 54


29


4


5 stationary


6 46


5 14


16 5


"X


2


8 32


10 44


30


5


hazy


6 47


5 13


16 9


27


3 9


9 19


11 31


31


6


perhaps rain


6 48


5 12


16 12


_^-


4 20]


10 71


o r



Eleventh Month) November, 1825



Moon's Phases

D. H. M,

New # 2 4 39 A
Full Q 18 5 20 M



D. H. M.

First 3) 10 5 51 A
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THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

THE following enumeration of the numbers of the dif-
ferent sects of Christianity, together with the expenses of
their respective establishments, anrl other particulars, is
extracted from a recent English publication. For the con-
venience of the American reader, the sums are rendered
into Federal money.

In FRANCE, the number of the hearers of the Word,
is given at 50,000,000: about 29 millions of Catholics, and
1 million of Protestants. There are 25,895 Catholic, and
357 Protestant, places of worship. The number of Catho-
lic clergymen is 35,286 ; and 357 Protestants, of whom
183 are Calvinists, and 174 Lutherans. The average an-
nual expense is §4,662,000, equal to §155,400 per million
of hearers. This estimate is for the year 1821 ; and exhi-
bits an annual saving to the nation, when compared with
the ecclesiastical establishment previous to the Revolution,
of upwards of §30,000,000.

The Church or Kirk of SCOTLAND is estimated to
have 1,500,000 hearers, who have 1,000 places of worship,
with each one clergyman. The income of the Kirk is giv-
en at §916,000, equal to §611,000 per million of hearers.
No clergyman can have less than 150/. a-year, and they
average more, besides a dwelling-house and a glebe of land.
The Church of SPAIN numbers 11,000,000 hearers, all
Roman Catholics, who have 11,000 places of worship, and
16,552 clergymen, whose annual income is §5,000,000,
which averages §444,000 for every million of hearers. The
present church establishment was organized by a decree
of the Cortes, of October 24, 1821. The annual saving to
the nation, bv the new establishment, is §44,500,000.

The Church of PORTUGAL has 3,000,000 hearers, all.
Roman Catholics : there are 3,000 places of worship, and
4,465 clergymen. The annual income of the Church is
§1,332,000, equal to §444,000 for every million of hearers.
This is the new establishment: it resembles that of Spain,
and the saving is probably as great as in that country.

The Latin Catholic Church in HUNGARY has about
4,000,000 of hearers; 3,230 places of worship; and 5,469
clergymen, whose annual income is §1,420,000, equal to
§355,000 per million of hearers. The Calvinistic Church
in Hungary contains 1,050,000 hearers; 1,351 places of
worship; and 1,384 clergymen, whose annual income is
8273,700, equal to §260,000 per million of hearers* The
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Lutheran Church in Hungary has 650,000 hearers ; 448
places of worship; and 456 clergymen, whose annual in-
come is 8 115,000, equal to g 177,000 per million of hearers.

It thus appears, that the clergymen receive, on an ave*
rage per million of hearers—

In France, national stipend, 8 155.000

Spain, do. - 444,000

Portugal, do. ... 444,000

Scotland, do. dwelling and glebe, 611,000

Hungary, Catholics, do. - - 355,000

Do. * Calvinists, do. - - 260,000

Do. Lutherans, do. - - 177,000

The average number of people for whom a church is
provided, is—

In France, - - 1,150

Scotland, - - 1,500

Spain, - - - 1,000

Portugal, - - 1,000

The average number of people for whom a clergyman is

provided, is — ■



In Hungary, Cath. 1,240
Do. Calvin. 750
Do. Luth. 1,500



In Hungary, Cath. 730
Do. Calvin. 750
Do. Luth. 1,500



In France, - - 1,150

Scotland, - - 1,500