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Volumes in the collection: John Adams' Southampton Almanac
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Full text:[...] 7th Month,"! 1897. J JULY—31 days. TGOOD WARE MAKES L A QUICK MARKET. TEE MOON'S CHANGES. .Mraf QiwwVgr ...... fth, .... 82 min. past 1 afternoon- Full Moon ........ 14th, .... 52 min. past 4 morning [...]
Full text:[...] " INGRATITUDE 18 THE DAUGHTEB OP PEIDE." 22.—Speaking of Haydon, Sir C. Eastlake on one occasion told the following story, very cbaractenstic, it is to be feared, of that unfortunate artist^ Eastlake [...]
Full text:[...] 6th Month,! 1897. J JUNE—30 days. FPRRR FROM COURT L FRRR FROM OARR. TIDE MOON'S CHANGES. fVrsf Qifarfgr ...... 8th, .... A mill, past 7 morning. Full Moon ........14th..... 1 min. past 0 afternoon. [...]
Full text:[...] 5th Month,! 1897. J MAY—31 days. ("EVERY MAX HAS I HIS WEAK SIDE. THE MOON'S CHANGES. New Moon ........ 1st, ____46 min. past 8 afternoon. .Mrd Qnarfar ...... 9th, .... 97 min. past 9 afternoon. Full [...]
Full text:[...] "use pastime so as not to lose time." cally, am well as literally, at arm's length. OC that gracefulness on the stnge which made her fame she In private life had none. One shonlder was higher than th [...]
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:[...] 3rd Month, 1 1897. J MARCH—31 days. OOME UXOALLED BIT UKSEBVKD. THE MOON'S CHANGES. New Moon........ 8rd, .... 56 mln. past 11 morning. Ftraf Quarkr...... 11th, .... 28 mln. past 8 afternoon. Full Mo [...]
Full text:[...] 'true valour knows as ^elt, how to suffer as to act.' was a flcrco smoker of toliacbo, but may bo resembled to a volcano burnt out, emitting only now and then a casual pn&" 14.—It was, and in fact In [...]
Full text:[...] 2nd Month,! 1897. J FEBRUARY—28 days. |BE MEBBY AND L WIBE. TEE MOON'S CHANGES. New Moon........ 1st, .... 13 min. past 8 afternoon. Qaarkr...... 9th, .... 25 min. past 7 afternoon. Full Moon........ [...]
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 [...]
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