Volumes in the collection: John Adams' Southampton Almanac
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Full text:[...] 4th Month,! 1897. J APRIL—30 days. Cdebt 18 the worst povebty. TEE MOON'S CHANGES. New Moon ........ 2nd, .... 24 min. past 4 morning. First ...... 10th, .... 27 min. past 8 morning. Full Moon ...... [...]
Full text:[...] ' V1KTUE MEBIT8 VENEBATION WHEEEVEB SHE APPEAB8.' walked ofL A few mornings afterwards, when his lordship was going through the lobby to step Into his coach for Westminster Hall, a man, in a very han [...]
Full text:[...] 'WIFE AND CHZLDBEBT ABE HOSTAGES GIVEN TO FOBTDNE/ 26.—Tho personal appearance of Lord Jeffrey, the first recognised editor of the BdAibwryA Bar few, was not remarkable. Els complexion was very swart [...]
Full text:[...] 3rd of that month the 14th. January 1 was then made the first day of the Civil Year, instead of March 25, as formerly. The Ecclesiastical Year, or Year of the Church, commences with Advent Sunday. The [...]
Full text:[...] 18th or 19th, 26th. Magnetic currents strong on the 1st. Meteors seen on the 6th. 18th and 23rd. MARCH opens breezy and fair; 3rd, raw air ; 4th, breezy ; 5th and 6th, unsettled ;. 7th and 8th, rainy; [...]
Full text:[...] 10 13 10 51 11 30 0 29 1 8 3 22 4 33 6 10 7 45 8 53 ([ a—Apogee MARCH. APRIL. MAY. JUNE. D D D D D of Mow* X/(. of Mofw j/f. of .d/%. of Moy/% oi w [...]
Full text:[...] A. Isaacs, M. Lock, and F. Lock The Annual Board Meetings is held on the first Tuesday in March, and the Monthly Meetings on the third Tuesday in each month. The Annual Meeting for Licensing the [...]
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