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III. Monday, July 1st, an Eclipse of the Moon, the latter part of which

will be visible, as follows, viz.
|Moon rises Ecliptic Greatest End of the
eclipsed. Opposition Obsc. Eclipse.
h. m.
h. m.
h. m.

h. m. Albany

7 39 A. 7 41.5 A. 7 47.8 A. 9 25.8 A. Baltimore

7 28

7 29.9 7 36.2 9 14.2 Boston

7 38 7 52.2 7 58.5 9 36 5 Charleston

7 10 7 16.4 7 22.6 9 0.6 Cincinnati

7 23 6 59.0 7 5.2 8 43.2 Halifax, N. S. 7 46 8 22.8 8 29.0 10 7.0 Hartford

7 36 7 45.2 7 51.4 9 29.4 Lexington, Ky. 7 25 6 59.2 7 5.5 8 43.5 Mobile

7 5 6 43.7 6 50.0 8 28.0 Nashville

7 19 6 49.6 6 55.9 3 33.9 New Haven 7 34 7 44.6 750.9 9 28.9 New Orleans 7 3 6 36.0 6 42.2 8 20.2 New York

7 33 7 40.4 7 46.7 9 24.7 Norfolk

7 21 7 31.2 7 37.4 9 15.4 Philadelphia 7 30 7 35.8 7 42.0 9 20.0 Pittsburg

7 32 7 15.9 7 21.2 8 59.2 Portland

7 42 7 55.1 8 1.4 9 39.4 Portsmouth 7 40 7 53.5 7 59.7 9 37.7 Providence

7 36 7 50.8 7 57.0 9 35.0 Raleigh

7 18 7 21.2 7 27.5 9 5.5 Richmond

7 23 7 26.6 7 32.9 9 10.9 Savannah 7 8 7 12.2 7 18.5

8 56.5 Washington 7 27 7 28.3 7 34.6 9 12.6

In the Atlantic States, the Moon, whilst most obscured, will eclipse the Star 225 in the constellation Sagittarius.

Mean Time at ihe respective places.
At those places where the Moon is above the horizon at the

time of the greatest obscuration, she will appear 10 digits
19' eclipsed on the southern side.

IV. Monday and Tuesday, July 16th and 17th, a Total Eclipse of the

Sun, wholly invisible. Beginning of the general Eclipse on the Earth, July 16th, ilh. 45m. A.

(Mean Time at Washington,) in Lat. 34° 37' North, and Long. 2° 37' East from Greenwich. Beginning of Total Darkness on the Earth, July 17th, lh. 2m. M.

in Lat. 54° 44' N., Long. 34° 18' W. San centrally eclipsed on the meridian, July 17th, at lh. 52m. M.

in Lat. 77° 31' N., Long. 76° 31' E. End of Total Darkness on the Earth, July 17th, at 2h. 56m. M.

in Lat. 47° 14' N., Long. 175° 19' E. End of the General Eclipse on the Earth, July 17th, at 4h. 13m. M.

in Lat. 26° 17' N., Long. 142° 23' E. This Eclipse will be visible throughout Europe and nearly the whole of Northern Asia, in a small part of Northwestern Africa, and in that part of America which lies within the Arctic Circle. Throughout Europe the

Eclipse will be large, but as the path of the centre will pass over the Northern Atlantic and the northern parts of Europe and Asia, the Sun will not be totally obscured in any part of the civilized portion of the globe.

V. Thursday, December 26th, a total Eclipse of the Moon, of which the latter part will be visible to the whole of the United States east of the Mississippi, and to a small part of our territory west thereof, as fol. lows, viz.

h. m.

h. m.

h. m.

Moon rises Total dark-Nearest Ap. Total dark- End of the
eclipsed ness begins of Centres. ness ends. Eclipse.
h. m.

h. m. Albany

4 29 A. 3 48.1 A. 4 37.4 A. 5 26.6 A. 6 26.1 A. Baltimore

4 40 3 36.5 4 25.8 5 15.0 6 14.7 Boston

4 30 3 58.8 4 48.1 5 37.3 6 36.8 Charleston

4 59 3 23.0 4 12.3 5 1.5 6 1.0 Cincinnati

4 40 3 5.6 3 54.9 4 44.1 5 43.6 Halifax, N. S. 4 22 4 29.4 5 18.6 6 7.9 7 7.4 Hartford

4 32 3 51.9 4 41.0 5 30.3 6 29.8 Lexington, Ky. 4 43 3 5.9 3 55.1 4 44.4 5 43.9 Mobile

5 4 2 50.4 3 39.6 4 28.9 5 28.4 Nashville

4 49 2 56.3 3 45.5 4 34.8 5 34.3 New Haven

4 34

3 51.3 4 40.5 5 29.8 6 29.3 New Orleans 5 6 2 42.6

3 31.9

4 21.1 5 20.6 New York

4 35 3 47.0 4 36.3 5 25.5 6 25.0 Norfolk

4 47 3 37.3 4 27.1 5 16.3 6 15.9 Philadelphia 4 33 3 42.4 4 31.6 5 20.9 6 20.4 Pittsburg

4 36 3 22.5 4 11.8 5 1.0 6 0.5 Portland

4 1.7 4 51.0 5 40.2 6 39.7 Portsmouth

4 28 4 0.1 4 49.4 5 39.6 6 38.1 Providence

3 57.4 4 46.6 5 35.9 6 35.4 Raleigh

4 50

3 27.9 4 17.1 5 6.4 6 5.9 Richmond

4 45 3 33.2 4 22.5 5 11.7 6 11.2 Savannah

5 1 3 18.9 4 8.1 4 57.4 5 56.9 Washington 4 41

3 34.9 4 24.2 5 13.4 6 12.9 At Halifax the Moon will rise a few minutes before the beginning of total darkness. At Albany, Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, Cincinnati, Hartford, Lexington, New Haven, New York, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Portland, Portsmouth, Providence, Raleigh, Richmond, and Washington, she will rise totally immersed in the shadow of the earth; but she will not rise at Mobile, Nashville, New Orleans, or Savannah, until near the time of the end of the eclipse. Although the Moon will on this occasion be totally eclipsed, it is probable she will not entirely disappear, but will remain visible, of the color of dusky copper,

Mean Time at the respective Places.

4 26

4 32

m.

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OCCULTATIONS.
I. Occultations of, and Appulses to, Ștars, of not less than the sixth

Magnitude, in 1833, visible at Boston, in Mean Time of the Merid

ian of that Place. [Those marked with an asterisk (*) will also be Occultations at Charleston, and those

with an obelisk (t) in some part of Europe.] ** The semi-diameter of the Moon was diminished 1.5'' for irradiation,

d. h. January 4 3 0 M. Nearest Ap. D to m 8

# 13' 0'' South of D. * January 4th. Occultation of 1 x Orionis. Immersion

6h. 25m. 3s. A. 4' 5" South of the Emersion

7 20 56 10 22 Centre of D. D's S. D. at Im. 16' 37.3''; at Em. 16' 40.3''.

January 15th. Occultation of n Immersion

5h. 12m. 315. M. 1' 36'' North of D's Emersion

6 26 32 7 55 ) Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 15.5''; at Em. 15' 17.8"'.

January 28th. Occultation of Ceti. Immersion

10h. 4m. 40s. A. 8' 30'' South of D's Emersion

10 59 48 8 58 Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 35.0"'; at Em. 15' 33'1." Feb. 15th, 5h. Om. M. Nearest ap. D to 2 v 6

* 6' 30" south of D. "S 24th, 8 30 A.

2 x Ceti * 12 † March 11th. Occultation of 9 Immersion

Oh. 17m. 28s. M. 11' 37"' South of D's Emersion

1 8 2 7 27 S Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 31.5''; at Em. 15' 32.5'.

* March 13th. Occultation of d Ophiuchi. Immersion

2h. 14m. 21s. M. 6' 51" South of D's Emersion

3 25 30

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Centre.
D's S. D. at Im. 15' 3.7''; at Em. 15' 5.5",
April 9th.

Occultation of g Ophiuchi.
Immersion

Oh. 41m. 56s. M. 5'4" North of D's Emersion

1 44 -48 11 1 3 Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 19 4'' ; at Em. 15' 20.8''.

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April 16th. Occultation of 3 year Immersion

4h. 46m. 48s. M. 9' 49'' North of D's # Emersion

5 36 53 11 13 Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 14' 51.2" ; at Em. 14' 53.2"'. April 23d, 9h. 34m. A. Nearest ap. D to 5 8 * 10' 30" North of D.

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May 4th. Occultation of 92. Star rises eclipsed

7h. 55m. 20s. A. Emersion

8 5 33 6'26'' North of D's Centre.

D's S. D. at Em. 15' 39.1'.
May 22d, Sh. 42m. A. Nearest Ap. D to 8 [, * 4' 25'' North of D.

* June 6th and 7th. Occultation of n ve. Immersion 6th

11h. 44m. 1s. A. 0' 19'' North of D's Emersion 7th

0 59 30 M. 4 47 S Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 14' 49.1"; at Em. 14' 51.4"'. † * July 1st.

Occultation of 225 4. Star rises

7h. 38m. Os. A. Immersion

7 42 47 6' 43'' South of D's, Emersion

8 51 30 0 1 3 Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 0.0"; at Em. 15' 1.9''. (At the time of this Occultation, the Moon will be nearly totally eclipsed.) July 1st, 7h. 50m. A. Nearest Ap. D to 2 v ť

* 10' North of D. * July 8th. Occultation of rH Immersion

3h. 47m. 55s. M. 1' 48' South of D's | Emersion (about)

5 1

S Centre.
D's S. D. at Im. 14' 56.3''.

August 8th. Occultation of u Ceti.
Immersion

Oh. lm. 33s. M. 1' 46" South of D's Emersion

1 1 53

5 30 S Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 12.7'' ; at Em. 15' 15.9". August 10th, Oh. Im. M. Nearest Ap. D to 3 8 8 * 10' North of D.

August 27th. Occultation of n Ve. Immersion

8h. 24m. 21s A. 5'29'' North of D's Emersion

9 44 45 6 51 S

Centre. DS. D. at Im. 14' 48.3'' ; at Em. 14' 49.4". Sept. 3d, iCh. 15m. A. Nearest Ap. D to 2 & Ceti * South of D.

September 27th. Occultation of 3 4 Immersion

1h. 12m. 22s. M. 11'9'' North of D's Emersion

56 8 20 S Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 14' 48.8'' ; at Em. 14' 47.2". Sept. 27th, 11h. 17m. A. Nearest Ap. D to r H. * 0' 39'' South of D.

7 October 4th. Occultation of $ 8. Star rises eclipsed

9h. 11. Os. A. Emersion

9 21 31 4'0" North of D's Centre. D's S. D. at Em. 15' 33.1".

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| After the rising of the Sun,

October 30th. Occultation of 388. Star rises eclipsed

6h. 32m. Os. A. Emersion

7 1 6 12'4" South of D's Centre

D's S. D. at Em. 15' 23.8'':

+ * November 1st. Occultation of u I. Immersion

9h. 4m. 6s. A. 14' 44'' North of D's Emersion

9 33 1 11 15 3 Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 41.9'' ; at Em. 15' 43.4". November 2d, 8h. 56m. A. Nearest Ap. D to 8 * 2' South of D.

+ * November 29th. Occultation of n I. Immersion

Oh. 49m. 9s. M. 5' 21" 2 South of D's Emersion

2 2 17 9 14

Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 16' 1.2''; at Em. 16' 1.7".

November 29th. Occultation of r I. Immersion

5h. 24m. 285. M. 7' 33'' South of D's Emersion

6 22 49

6 50 Centre. December 18th. Occultation of r H. Immersion

11h. 14m. 46s. 11' 47'' South of D's Centre. Star sets eclipsed

11 38

D's S. D. at Im. 14' 46.4". December 25th, 5h. 46m. A. Nearest Ap. D to Š 8 3' South of D.

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II. Occultations of, and Appulses to, Stars, of not less than the sixth

Magnitude in 1833, visible at Charleston, in Mean Time of the Moridian of Charleston.

[Those marked with an asterisk (*) will also be Occultations at Boston, and those

with an obelisk (t) in some part of Europo.]

Immersion
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| * January 4th. Occultation of 1 x Orionis.

5h. 37m. 9s. A. 17' 33'' South of D's

6 20 28 13 36 Centre.
D's S. D. at Im. 16' 33.6'' ; at Em. 16' 37.0".
January 15th. Occultation of n

4h. 26m. 19s. M. 8' 39'' South of D's
5 37 19

1 52 S

Centre. D's S. D. at Im. 15' 15.5'' ; at Em. 15' 17.4"'.

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* Jan. 28th, 9h. 55m. A. Nearest Ap. ) to pe Ceti. * 2 20" South of 2. 30th, 4 53

2 8 8 * 3 20 North of the t" March 10th, 11h. 51m. A.

9- *5 51 South of D..

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