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ALMANAC AND TIDE TABLE FOR 1879.
21)
APRIL, 18 79.
D. H. M.
Full Moon, 6 10 24 p.m.
Last Quarter, 13 2 9 p.m.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
New Moon, 21 1 5G p.m. rPerlgee — 7th day, 10 A.M.
First Quarter, 29 2 16 p.m. "[ Apogee— 21st day, 6 p.m.
EKMARK.A.BLE DAYS.
1
Tu.
2
We.
3
Th.
4
Fri.
5
Sat.
6
Sun.
7
Mod .
8
Tu.
9
We.
.10
Th.
11
Fri.
12
Sat.
13
Sun.
14
Moil.
1,')
Tu.
16
We.
17
Th.
18
Fri.
19
Sat.
20
Sun.
21
Mou.
22
Tu.
23
We.
24
Th.
2,5
Fri.
26
Sat.
27
Sun.

Men.
29
Tu.
30
We.
HIGH WATER Al
GLASGOW.
All Fools' Day
Battle of Copenhagen, ISOl
Kev. John Howie died, 1705
Oliver Goldsmith died, 1775....,
Insui'rection in Greece, 1862
Palm Sunday .'
Henry Bell born, 1767
Petrarcli crowned at Rome, 1341
Lord Bacon died, 1626
Sir J. Pringle born, 1707
Good Friday
America discovered, 1492
Easter Sunday
Oxford and Cambridge terms begin ,
Mutiny at Spitliead, 1797
Battle of CuUoden,1746
Benjamin Franklin died, 1790 '..,,...
Abernethy died, ISll
Byron died, 1824
Low Sunday
David Mallet died, 1765
Dulie of Susse.'i. died, 1843
St. George
(25) Oliver Cromwell born, 1599
Duchess of Gloucester born, 1776
Plague in London, 1665
James Bruce died, 1794 .'
Baron Denon died, 1825 ,
Mutiny of Bounty, 1789
War with France, 1803 ;
Morn.
H. M.
7 16
8 47
10 14
11 21
"6 32
1 14
1 54
2 38
3 21
4 6
4 53
5 46
6 50
8 9
9 36
10 47
11 42
3
42
1 15
1 46
2 16
2 46
3 19
3 53
4 26
5 5
5 56
6 57
Even.
H. M.
7 58
9 34
10 48
11 49
11
53
1 34
2 16
2 59
3 44
4 29
5 18
6 16
7 28
S 43
10 15
11 16
23
59
1 30
2
2 30
3 2
3 36
^4 9
4 45
5 29
6 25
7 35
SUN S
DEOLIN.
North.
D M.
4 31
4 54
5 17
5 40
6 3
6 25
6 48
7 10
7 33
7 55
8 17
8 39
9 1
9 23
9 44
10 6
10 27
10 48
11 9
11 29
11 50
12 10
12 30
12 50
13 10
13 29
13 48
14 7
14 26
14 45
Rises,
11. M.
5 52
5 49
5 46
5 43
5 41
5 39
5 36
5 33
5 30
5 28
5 26
5 24
5 22
5 19
5 16
5 13
5 11
5 8
5 6
5 3
5
4 58
4 56
4 54
4 52
4 50
4 47
4 44
4 42
4 40
Sets.
H. M.
6 52
6 54
6 56
6 58
7
MOON.
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
15
18
7 20
7 22
7 24
7 26
7 28
7 80
7 32
7 34
7 36
7 38
7 40
7 42
7 44
7 46
7 48
7 50
Age-
Days
9-6
10 6
11'6
12-6
136
14-6
15-6
16-6
176
18-6
196
20-6
21-6
22-6
23-6
24-6
25-6
266
27-6
2S-6
29 6
10
20
30
4-0
50
60
70
80
9-0
South.
p. h.
7 41
8 32
9 23
10 13
11 5
11 53
A.M. 55
1 55
2 57
4
5 1
5 58
6 50
7 38
8 22
9 4
9 44
10' 25
11 5
11 48
P.M. 32
1 19
2 8
2 59
3 51
4 43
5 34
6 24
7 13
Add.
M. S. 1
4 1
3 43
3 24 1
3 7 I
2 49
2 31
2 14
1 57
1 40
1 23
1 7
51
35
20
5
Sub.lO
25
38
52
1 5
1 18
1 30
1 42
1 53
2 4
2 14
2 24
2 34
2 42
2 51
MAY, 1879.
Th.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun,
Mon
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Mon.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fri
Sat.
Sun.
Men.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
,Sat.
Sun.
Mou.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fri.
Sat.
D. n. M.
Full Moon 6 6 12 a.m.
Last Quarter, 14 2 36 a.m.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
New Moon, 21 5'50a.m. f Perigee — 5th day, 9 p.m.
First Quarter 28 11 37 p.m. ( Apogee— 18th day, 10 p.m.
BEMAEKABLB DAYS.
Union of England and Scotland, 1707 ,
Princess Charlotte married, 1816
Archbishop Sharpe Icilled, 1679
Henry VI. murdered, 1471
Napoleon died zt St. Helena, 1321
Battle of Prague, 1757
Hamburg burnt, 1842
(7 I James I. arrived in London, 1603
Schiller died, 1805
Battle of Lodi, 1796
Earl Chatham died, 1778
Lord Strafford beheaded, 1641 ,
Battle of Langside, 1568
Great Fire, Billingsgate, London, 1809....
New Whitsund?y term
Sir William Petty born, 1623
R. Tannahill died, 1810
Rogation Sunday
(IS) Secession of the Free Church, 1843..
Columbus died, 1506
Montrnse executed, 1650
Holy Thursdav
Battle of RamiBies, 1706
Queen Victoria born, 1819
Prin<'ess Helena born. 1S46
Napoieon I. crowned king of Italy, 1805.
Capture of Palermo, 18B0
William Pitt born, 1759
(28) Whitsuntide ,
Sir J. Macintosh died, 1832
Anne Boleyn crowned, 1533 ,
HIGH WATEK AT SUN ;
GLASGOW. DECLIN.J
Morn.
H. M.
8 15
9 33
10 37
11 31
"6 43
1 29
2 18
3 6
3 55
4 44
5 37
6 36
7 39
8 48
9 65
10 53
11 43
3
42
1 19
1 51
2 25
3
3 37
4 14
4 54
5 45
6 40
7 41
8 50
Even.
IT. M.
8 56
10 6
11 5
11 55
19
1 7
1 53
2 41
3 30
4 20
5 10
6 6
7 7
8 13
9 24
10 25
11 19
"6 22
1 1
1 35
2 8
2 43
3 18
3 55
4 33
5 19
6 12
7 9
8 14
9 22
SUN.
North.
Rises.
Sets.
Age.
D. M.
H. M.
n. 51.
Days
15 3
4 37
7 49
10-0
15 21
4 35
7 51
11-0
15 39
4 33
7 54
12-0
15 56
4 31
7 57
130
16 14
4 28
7 59
140
16 31
4 25
8 1
150
16 47
4 23
8 3
16-0
17 4
4 21
8 5
170
17 20
4 19
8 7
18
17 36
4 18
8 9
190
17 52
4 16
8 11
20
18 7
4 14
8 13
21-0
18 22
4 12
8 15
22'0
IS 36
4 10
8 17
^3-0
18 55
4 8
8 19
24-0
19 5
4 6
8 21
25-0
19 19
4 3
S 23
26-0
19 32
4
8 24
27-0
19 45
3 59
8 26
280
19 5S
3 58
8 28
29-0
20 10
3 57
8 30
0-3
20 22
3 55
8 32
1-3
20 36
3 53
8 33
, 2-3
20 45
3 52
8 35
3-3
20 56
3 51
8 37
4-3
21 7
3 50
8 38
5-3
21 17
3 48
8 40
6-3
21 27
3 47
8 42
7-3
21 37
3 45
8 43
8-3
21 46
3 44
8 44
93
21 55
3 43
8 45
10-3
EQUA.
TIME.
South. 8 Subt.
P. M.
8 1
8 50
9 42
10 36
11 34
A.M.37
1 41
2 45
3 46
4 42
5 33
6 19
7 2
7 44
8 24
9 4
9 46
10 30
11 16
P.M. 5
56
1 48
2 40
3 31
4 20
5 8
5 55
6 "43
7 31
a. s.
3 59
3 6
3 13
3 19
3 25
3 30
3 35
3 39
3 43
3 46
3 48
3 50
3 51
3 51 !
3 51
3 51
3 50
3 48
3 45
3 43
3 39
3 35
3 30
3 25
3 20
3 14
3 7
3 I
2 53
2 45.
2 37 I
JAMES YUILLE', Teacher of M.athcmatics and Naviration.

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