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New Orleans.
Cincinnati.
St. Louis.
Chicago.
Buffalo
Newark, N.J.
Louisville, Ky.
Albany, NY
Washington
San Francisco.
Providence.
Pittsburg
Rochester
Defroit.
Miliaukee
Cleveland,
Chari iton
New Hy ven,
Richmad
Lowell
Mobile
Hartford.
Syracuse.
Portland, Me.
Utica...
Savannah.
Wilmington, Del.
Indianapolis.
Trenton..
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Oswego
Bangor, Me
Dubuque.
Augusta, Ga.
St. Paul, Min.
Quebec.
Montreal.
Raleigh.
Toronto
Havana, Cuba..
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Jewish Calendar for 1869. The Jewish year 5629 of 12 months, or 355 days and 51 Jewish Sabbaths, (Saturdays,) began September 17, 1868, and ends September 5, 1869. The year 5630 of 13 months is an embolismic year, and the sixth of the CCXCVIIth cycle, containing 385 days and 55 Jewish Sabbaths, beginning September 6, 1869, and ending September 25, 1870.

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MONTH.
BEGINS. LENGTH.

MONTH.

BEGINS. LENGTH Sebat

January 13...

30
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July 9

30 Adar. February 12 29

12 Elui

August 8.. 29 Nisan

March 13.....

30
1 Tisri (5630).

30

September 6..
3
Ijar
April 12.

2 Marches van.. October 6..... 30 9 Sivan May II

3 Cislen.

November 5

30 10 Tammuz.

June 1o ..

29
4 Thebet..

December 5...

29 Mohammedan Calendar for 1869. The year 1285 of 354 days began April 24, 1868, and ends April 12, 1869. The year 1286 of 355 days begins April 13, 1869, and ends April 2, 1870.

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NOTE.-In the table above it is to be understood that the word "near" and the character é (conjunction) are synonymous and mean that the two bodies are nearest each other at the time expressed, and that they are then on a line running from the North Pole through both bodies, and have the same right ascension. GR. ELON.means greatest elongation or greatest apparent angular distance from the Sun. STATIONARY means that the planet is then without apparent notion east or west with respect to the Stars, and is about to move in a direction contrary to that it last had. The character 8 indicates that the planet is opposite the Sun, or 180 deg., or a half circle east of it, and-rises when the sun sets, and sets when he rises. When a planet is a quarter of a circle or 90 deg. from the Sun, east or west, it is known by ().

PLANETARY CHARACTERS.— 8 Mercury, Venus, '8 Mars, 4 Jupiter, 3 Saturn, H Uranus, " Neptune, Moon.

The above table enables us to find the planets throughout the year.

CYCLES OF TIME.

MOVABLE CHURCH DAYS.

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Dominical Letter
CSeptuagesima Sund., Jan. 24 Low Sunday

April 4 Epact (Moon's age, Jan.o). 17 Sexagesima

31 Rogation Sunday

May Sola: Cycle..

Quinquagesima

...Feb. 7 Ascension Day Golden Namber.... 8 Ash Wednesday.

IO Whit San.(Pentecost) 16 Roman Indiction. 12 Quadragesima (ist of Lent) Ember Day

19 Jewish Lanar Cycle

February
14 Trinity Sunday..

23 Dionysian Period.. 193 Ember Day.

.Feb.
17 Corpus Christí.

27 Julian Period.

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Mid-Lent Sunday. March 7 Middle of the Year...July Namber of Direction..

Palm Sunday

21 Ember Day

.Sept. Good Friday.

26 Advent Sunday......Nov. 28 EASTER SUNDAY......

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A Table of Sixty-one Bright Stars. To ascertain when any Star or constellation found in the following Table will be on the upper meridian, add the numbers opposite in the left-hand column of figures to the time of " Sidereal Noon" found in the calendar pages. For the RISING of a Star, subtract the number opposite in the right-hand column of figures from its meridian passage. For the setting of a star, add the same number to its meridian passage. Those marked (....) revolve in a circle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise or set north of the latitude of New York (40° 42' 40"), for which latitude the semidiurnal arcs are calculated. The civil day begins at midnight, and consequently 24 hours after midnight, or 12 hours from noon, is morning of the succeeding day; and more than 24 hours from noon, is erening of the next day. This table is arranged in the order of culmination.

Surveyors and civil Engineers may obtain the variation of the magnetic needle by observations on the Pole Star when upon the meridian, or when at its greatest elongation east or west. POLARIS and other stars pass the lower meridian 11h. 58m, after their upper transit. To the time of upper transit of Polaris, add 5h. 54m. and it gives the time of greatest western elongation. If the 5h. 54m. be subtracted from the time of upper transit, it will give the time of greatest eastern elongation. Observations made at the time of greatest elongation are less liable to error than those made at the time of transit. The mean distance of Polaris from the pole this year is 1° 28' 20.47". To find its azimuth for any latitude, take from 18.384543 the logarithmic cosine of the latitude, and the remainder is the logarithmic sine of the azimuth. Rises

Rises
NAME OF STAR,
Meridian and Sets

NAME OF STAR.

Meridian and Sets H. M. H. M.

H. M. H. M. a Andromedæ (Alpheratz) 0 1 7 51 y Leonis (Al Gieba).

10 10 7 15 y Pegasi (Algenib).

06 6 50

B Ursæ Majoris à Cassiopeæ (Schedir)

10 51

Pointers
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0 33

10 54
0 37
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11 40

6 53 B Andromedæ (Merach) 1 2 8 26 j Ursæ Majoris (Phad)

11 45 a Ursa Minoris (Polaris).

1 11
B Corvi..

12 25 4 35 B Arietis..

7 16 € Ursæ Majoris (Alioth).. 12 46 Andromedæ (Almaach). 1 55 9 18 a Virginis (Spica)

13 16 5 22 a Piscium

1 55
6 6
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13 40
a Arietis
1 59 7 23 a Bootis (Arcturus).

14 7 7 11 a Ceti (Menkar) 2 55 6 11 B Ursa Minoris.

14 49 a Persei (Algenib).

3 14
B Libræ

15 7 5 27 7, Tauri (seven stars)

3 39
7 28 a Corona Borealis

15 26 7 43 a Tauri (Aldebaran) 4 27 6 57 a. Serpentis

15 35 6 23 a Aurigæ (Capella). 5 6 10 11 B Scorpii

15 55 4 49 B Orionis (Rigel).

5 30 a Scorpii (Antares).

16 18 4 19 B Tauri (el Nath) 5 17 7 50 a Herculis

17 6 6 50 y Orionis (Bellatrix). 5 17 6 20 a Ophiuchi

17 26 5 15 5 24 5 58 B Draconis

17 25 e Orionis (Anilam)

5 29 5 55
7 Draconis.

17 51
Ś Orionis (Alnitak).
5 33 5 52 a Lyræ (Vega)

18 29 8 54 a Columbæ (Phaet).

5 34
3 87 B Lyræ.

18 42 8 16 a Orionis (Betelguese) 5 47 6 25 a Aquilæ (Altair)

19 41 6 29 a Canis Majoris (Sirius). 6 38 5 0 a Cygni (Deneb)......

20 33 9 34 € Canis Majoris (Adhara). 6 52

a Cephei.

21 12 az Geminor (Castor).. 7 25 8 10 B Aquarii..

21 21 5 37 a Canis Minoris (Procyon) 7 31 6 18 a Aquarii.

21 55 5 56 B Geminor (Pollux)

7 36
7 50 a Pis. Aus. (Fomalhaut)

22 46 4 0 Ś Argus (Naos). 7 58 2 58 B Pegasi (Scheat)..

22 53 7 44 a Hydræ (Alphard). 9 19 5 31 a Pegasi (Markab)

22 54 6 50 a Leonis (Regulus)

10 0 6 43
Vernal Equinox...

5 57 The Four Seasons, or Natural Divisions of the Year.

Washington. San Francisco.
H. M.
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D. H. M. Winter begins, 1868, December.

20 m,
4 19 m, And lasts

89 o 56 Spring begins, 1869, March....

5 15 m.
And lasts......... 92

20 34 Summer begins, 1869, June..

4 50 m. I 49 m. And lasts... 93 14 22 Autumn begins, 1869, September.

4 II ev. And lasts..

8917 56 Winter begins, 1869, December..

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10 7 m. Tropical year....365 5 48 Evening Stars.

Morning Stars,
Venus ( 4 ) from Nay 9 to the end of the year. Venus until May 9.
Mars ( ) all the year.

Jupiter from April 17 to August 12,
Jupiter (2) until April 17, and after August 12. Saturn until March 7.
Saturn ( 3 ) from March 7 to December 11. Mercury, March 21, July 19, and November 7.

NOTE.-The exterior planets are regarded as Evening Stars from their western quadrature to conjunction with the Sun, and as Morning Stars from conjunction to western quadrature, rising in the latter case between midnight and sunrise. The interior planets are Evening Stars from superior conjunction to their inferior conjunction, and then Morning Stars to superior conjunction. Venus does not reach the inferior conjunction this year, butit runs rapidly to it after its greatest elongation east, December 13, being about this time very beautiful.

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Boston ; N. England, N. York N. York City; Philadelphia, Washington; Mary-
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Evening Morning RISES,

WATER RISES. SETS. RINES, WATER RISES. SETS.
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4 19 2 257 274 53 7 54 1 217 22 4 57 7 56 10 257 185 2 7 59 16 S 4 15 3 8 17 27 4 54 8 501 1 4117 224 59 8 52 11 217 175 3 8 53 17 3 4 11- 3 517 26 4 65 9 48 2 2017 215 09 49 11 43 17 17 5 5 9 49 18 M

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Moon.-Lowest, 11th; apogee, 16th; highest, 25th ; perigee, 28th. ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLATERS accumulate elec suffer from Nervous Diseases o lose no time in making a tricity, whereby the circulation of the blood becomes trial of the wonderful Plaster. A. F. STERLING, Sec. equalized upon the part where applied, causing pain and retary Singer Manufacturing Company, New York, June norbid action to cease. They cure Pain of the Back, 8, 1868." Chest, and Side almost as soon as applied. Certificate

Letter from Dr. Fuller, of Peekshill. from Á. F. Sterling, Esq. :-"For two years I have bee! THOMAS ALLCOCK & Co.-Gentlemen : Since my severe A great sufferer from Neuralgia in the head, and found accident I have used as an application to the bruised parts (nly temporary relief from all the various remedies that your admirable Plaster. It has bad an excellent effect, I have tried, until I applied one of ALLCOCK'S FO. soothing while drawin: out the soreness and sustaining ROUS PLASTERS.' I'cut it into three strips, placing and strengthening the part upon which it is applied. R. one under each shoulder blade and the other over the D. FULLER. Peekskill, Oct. 5, 1868. small of my back, and for the past three months I have Allcock's Porous Plasters are sold by all Druggists. had scarcely a twinge of the old pain. I advise all who Principal Agency, Brandreth House, New York.

EVEN.

MORN.

H.

Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn SUN AT Phases of the Moon.

Rises. Rises Sets. Rises. NOON-MARK, MOON. BOSTON. N. YORK. WASH'TON D. MORN. EVEN.

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Moon.-Lowest, 7th ; apogee, 12th; highest, 220; perigee, 26th.

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