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ALMANAC AND TIDE TABLE FOE 1878.
OCTOBER, 1878.
1
Tu.
2
We.
3
Th.
4
Fri.
5
Sat.
6
Sun.
7
Mon.
8
Tu.
9
We.
10
Th.
11
Fri.
12
Sat.
13
Sun.
14
Mon.
15
Tu.
16
We.
17
Th.
18
Fri.
19
Sat.
20
Sun.
21
Mon.
22
Tu.
23
AVe.
24
Th.
25
Fri.
26
Sat.
27
Sun.
28
Mon.
29
Tu.
30
We.
31
Th.
First Quarter, 3 7 1a.m.
Full Moon 11 S 54 A.M.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
Last Quarter, 19 7 10a.3I. f Apogee— 10th day, 4 p.ii.
New Moon 25 10 58 p.m. I Perigee— 2oth day, 6a.m.
EEMARKABLE DATS.
HIGH WATEE Al
GLASGOW.
Morn.
H. M.
Pheasant Shooting begins I 4 17
Battle of Largs, 1263 I 4 50
Robert Barclay died, 1690 I 5 40
Convention Parliament, 1660 and 1668 j 6 45
Old Parr diej, 1635 : I 8 7
Louis Philippe born, 1773 j 9 44
Dr. Thomas Eeid died, 1796 I 10 54
Columbus discovered Cuba, 1492 | 11 48
Dutch fleet defeated, 1797..
Benjamin West born, 1738.,
Old Michaelmas day
K. Stephenson died, 1859....
Tweed Fishing closes
William Peun born, 1644....
(14) Battle of Hastings, 1066.,
8
44
1 16
1 44
2 12
2 40
3 10
Houses of Parliament burned, 1834 | 3 41
Fox Hunting begins
Battle of Leipsic, 1813
Dean Swift died, 1745
Battle of Navarino, 1827
Battle of Trafalgar, 1805
Old Martinmas term
Irish Rebellion, 1641 ,
Sir J. Mackintosh born, 1765
St. Crispin's day
Battle of Balaclava, 1S54
Caplain Cook born, 1728
Raleigh beheaded, 1618
(2S) Saint Simon and Saint Jude.
Tower of London burned, 1841
All Hallow-eve
4 14
4 55
5 45
6 54
8 21
9 47
10 52
11 43
5
51
1 34
2 19
3 3
3 48
4 34
Even.
H. M.
4 27
5 14
6 11
7 24
8 57
10 22
11 22
26
1
1 30
1 58
2 26
2 55
3 26
3 57
4 33
5 18
6 16
7 35
9 8
10 11
11 19
"6 28
1 12
1 56
2 41
3 26
4 12
4 58
.SUN 3
DECLIN
South,
D M.
3 15
3 38
4 1
4 24
4 47
5 10
5 34
4.57
6 19
6 42
7 5
7 27
7 50
8 12
8 35
8 57
9 19
9 41
10 2
10 24
10 46
11 7
11 28
11 49
12 10
12 30
12 51
13 11
13 31
13 51
14 10
Rises.
H. M.
6 21
6 23
6 25
6 27
6 29
6 31
6 33
6 35
6 37
6 39
6 41
6 43
6 45
6 47
6 50
6 52
6 53
6 65
6 57
6 59
7 1
7 4
7 6
7 8
7 10
7 13
7 15
7 17
7 19
7 21
7 23
Sets.
H. M.
5 52
5 49
5 46
5 43
5 41
5 38
5 35
5 32
5 30
5 28
5 25
5 22
5 20
5 18
5 15
o 13
5 11
5 8
5 5
5 3
5
4 58
4 65
4 53
4 51
4 48
4 46
4 44
4 42
4 40
4 37
aiooiT.
Age-
Days.
4-9
5-9
6-9
7-9
89
9-9
10 9
11-9
129
139
14-9
15-9
16-9
179
18-9
19 9
20-9
21-9
22-9
23-9
24-9
25-9
26 9
27-9
28-9
05
1-5
2-5
3-5
4-5
5-5
South,
p. M.
4 27
5 26
6 22
7 13
8
8 44
9 25
10 5
10 4
11 24
A.M. 5
49
1 35
2 25
3 17
4 11
5 5
5 59
6 52
7 43
8 33
9 24
10 18
11 10
P.M. 8
1 8
2 11
3 13
4 12
5 6
EQUA.
TIME.
Subt.
M. S.
10 20
10 39
10 68
11 16
11 34
11 51
12 9
12 28
12 42
12 58
13 14
13 28
13 43
13 57
14 11
14 23
14 36
14 48
14 58
15 9
15 IS
15 27
15 36
15 43
15 50
15 57
16 2
16 7
16 11
16 14
16 16
NOVEMBER, 1878.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1 12
13
14
15
16
17
IS
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Mon,
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Mon.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Mon.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sat.
Sun,
Mon.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fri.
Sat.
D. H. M.
First Quarter 1 9 51p.m.
Full Moon, 10 2 34A.M
PHASES OF THE MOON.
Last Quarter, 17 5 58 p.m. ("Apogee — 6th day, 9p.m.
New Moon, 24 9 11 a.m. i Perigee— 22nd day, 3 p.m.
EEMAEKAELE DATS.
HIGH -WATER AT
GLASGOW.
I Morn.
I H. M.
All Saints day \ 5 24
All Souls I 6 24
Sir J. Leslie died, 1832 I 7 35
King William landed, 16S8 f 8 55
Battle of Inkermann, 1854 I 10 8
Princess Charlotte died, 1817 | 11 3
Tweed rod-fishing closes | 11 48
Lord CoUingwood died, 1810 | 6
Prince of Wales born, 1841 j 41
Jlartin Lnther born, 1483 | 1 13
Martinmas Term day I 1 45
First Newspaper in Glasgow, 1715 | 2 17
Battle of Sheriffmuir, 1715 ! 2 51
Curran died, 1817 i 3 26
Great fire at New York, 1835 I 4 3
Henry III. died, 1272 4 46
Lotteries abolished, 1826 j 5 37
Plutcheson Bridge, Glasgow, fell, 1795 j 6 39
Chiirles I. born, 1601 j 7 48
Lord Hawke's victory, 1759 | 9 4
Princess Royal born, 1840 j 10 11
Old Martinmas Term j 11 10
Sir J. Barrow died, ISIO j
John Knox died in Edinburgh, 1572 | 27
James Watt born, 1713 I 1 16
Dr. J. Black died, 1799 i 2 5
Cowper the poet born, 1732 j 2 51
Oliver Goldsmith born, 1713 | 3 38
Times newspaper printed by steam, 1814 | 4 23
Saint Andrew's day a 5 10
Even.
H. M.
5 53
6 59
8 13
9 34
10 37
11 27
"6 23
57
1 29
2 1
2 33
3 8
3 44
4 23
5 11
6 7
7 12
8 26
9 39
10 41
11 37
1
52
1 40
2 28
3 15
4 1
4 45
5 33
14 SO
14 49
15 8
15 26
15 45
16 3
16 20
16 38
16 55
17 12
17 29
17 45
18 1
18 17
18 S3
18 48
19 2
19 17
19 31
19 45
19 58
20 11
20 24
20 36
20 48
20 59
21 10
21 21
21 31
21 41
SUN.
MOON.
Rises
H. M.
7 25
7 27
7 30
7 32
7 34
7 36
7 38
7 40
7 41
7 43
7 46
7 48
7 50
7 52
7 54
7 57
7 59
8 1
8 3
8 5
8 7
8 9
8 11
8 13
8 15
8 18
8 20
8 22
8 23
8 24
Sets.
II. M. I
4 35
4 33
4 31
4 29
4 27
4 25
4 23
4 21
4 19
4 17
4 15
4 13
4 11
4 9
4 8
4 6
4 4
4 2
4 1
4
3 58
3 57
3 56
3 54
3 53
3 51
3 50
3 49
3 48
3 47
Age.
Days
6-5
7-5
8-5
95
10-5
11-5
12-5
13-5
14-5
15-5'
16-5
17-5
18 5
19-5
20-5
21-5
22-5
23-5
24-5
25-5
26-5
27-5
28-5
01
1-1
2-1
31
41
5-1
61
South-
p. h.
5 56
6 41
7 23
8 4
8 43
9 23
10 4
10 47
11 32
A.M. 21
1 13
2 7
3 1
3 55
4 47
5 37
6 26
7 14
8 4
8 54
9 ^9
10 48
11 50
P.M. 53
1 55
2 53
3 46
4 34
5 19
Subt.
M. S.
16 18
16 19
16 19
16 IS
16 17
16 14
16 11
16 7
16 2
15 57
15 50
15 43
15 35
15 20
15 16
15 5
14 53
14 41
14 27
14 13
13 58
13 42
13 26
13 8
12 50
12 31
12 11
11 51
11 SO
11 8

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