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A TABLE OF ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN BRIGHT STARS.

To ascertain when any star or constellation found in the following Table will be on the upper meridian, add the numbers opposite in the left-hand column of figures to il the time of "Sidereal Noon" found in Table II. For the rising of a star, subtract the number opposite in the right-hand column of figures from its meridian passage. For the setting of a star, add the same number to its meridian passage. Those marked (...) revolve in a circle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise nor set north of the lati. tude of New York (40 42'40"). Stars having an asterisk (*) in the last column are seen only in Florida and Texas, when passing the meridian.

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1. MU M. a Andromeda (Alpheratz)... 0 87 52 B Ursa Majoris (Merak).

10 54 B Cassiopeia (Caph)... 0 4 a Ursa Majoris (Dubke)

10 56 y Pegasi (Algenib). 0 8 6 51 O Leonis

11 7 6 57 a Phænices 0 20 2 25 8 Leonis (Zozma)..

11 7 7 17 a Cassiopeia (Schedir). 0 85 B Leonis (Denebola)..

11 496 54 B Ceti (Diphda) 038 4 537 Ursa Majoris (Phad)

11 46
y Cassiopeia
050 al Crucis (Acrux)

12 19
1 3
y Crucis....................

12 21
B Andromeda (Merach)
4 8 29 B Corvi.

12 274 95 1 Ceti 1 19 5 30|B Crucis

12 89 a Ursæ Minoris (Polaris). 21 e Ursa Majoris (Alioth)

12 47 a Eridani (Achernar).

1 34
8 Virginis

12 47 6 14 5 Ceti 1 46 22e Virginis...

... 12 556 40 B Arietis 1 49 7 14 a Virginis (Spica)

13 18 5 23 a Piscium (El Rischa).. 1 57 6 7 S Ursa Majoris (Mizar).

13 18 y Andromeda (Almaadi) 1 57 9 217 Ursæ Majoris (Benetnasch) 13 41 a Arietis 2 11 7 26 B Centauri (Agena).

13 54 2 881 6 9 a Bootes (Arcturus).

14 9 7 12 ó Ceti (Mira) 2 11 5 48a Centauri (Bengula)

14 80 a Ceti (Menkar). 2 561 6 13 a? Libræ.

14 48 5 B Persei (Algol)

3 1 9 10B Ursa Minoris (Kochab) 14 59 a Persei (Algenib)..

3 16......
B Libræ.....

15

91 5 29 7 Tauri (The Seven Stars) 3 417 29 la Corona Borealis (Alphecca)... 15 28 7 a Tauri (Aldebaran). 4 29 6 58 a Serpentis (Unuk)....

15 871 6 23 Aurige (Capella)

5
8 10 14 8 Scorpii .........

15 52 4
B Orionis (Rigel)
5 9 5 31||B1 Scorpii.

15 57 4 y Orionis (Bellatrix). 5 186 211a Scorpii (Antares)

16 90 B Tauri (El Nath) 5 197 52B Herculis (Rutilicus).

16 23 7 20 8 Orionis (Mintaka) 5 26 5 59 a Herculis

17

7 6 51 € Orionis (Anilam) 5 80 5 56 ^ Scorpii (Lesuth).

17 23 3 18 a Columbæ (Phat).. 5 85 3 37 y Ara...

17 14 * Orionis (Saiph)... 5 421 5 26 & Ara..

17 21 a Orionis (Betelguese) 5 49 6 26B Draconis (Rastoban).

17 25 B Aurigæ (Menkalina). 5 51 9530 Scorpii

17 27 2 u Geminorum

6 87 24 a Ophiuchi (Ras Alhague). 17 976 E Canis Majoris 6 15 4 1 y Draconis (Etanin).

17 51 B Canis Majoris (Mirzam) 6 17 4 55° Sagittarii....

18 5 4 43 a Argus (Canopus) 6 21 e Sagittarii

18 14 3 83 y Geminorum (Alhena). 6 31 6 59 a Lyræ (Vega)...

18 308 54 & Geminorum (Mebusta). 6 377 36 B Lyræ..

18 431 8 17 a Canis Majoris (Sirius). 6 401 5 1 Sagittarii

18 461 4 19 € Canis Majoris (Adhara).. 6 51 4 7 a Aquilæ (Altair).

19 43 6 30 8 Geminorum (Wasat). 7 137 22 a2 Capricorni (Giedi).

9 5 15 n Canis Majoris (Aludra). 7 191 4 5 a Pavonis

2014 a Geminorum (Castor). 7 27 8 11a Cygpi (Deneb).

120 851 956 a Canis Minoris (Procyon). 7 33 6 19 a Cephei (Alderamin)..

12113 B Geminorum (Pollux) ñ 387 50 B Aquarii.

21 23 89 y Argus. 8 5 1 31B Cephei (Alphirk)

121 24 & Argus 8 19 e Pegasi (Enif)..

21 36 6 33 5 Argus (Naos). 7 59 2 58|a Aquarii

21 1 Argus.

9 13

a Gruis a Hydræ (Alphard). 9 21 5 31S Pegasi.

122 e Leonis 9 387 31 a Pisces Australis (Fomalhaut)

122 u Leonis

9 457 42B Pegasi (Scheat). a Leonis (Regulus)

10 1 6 44 a Pegasi (Markab). y Leonis (A Gieba) 10 13 7 14 y Cephei (Er Rai).

2331 n Argus..

110 991 Example.-The seven stars will be on the meridian for Jan. 1, 1896, at Sh. 58m. 42s. evening, and will set 4h. 25m. 428. in the morning of Jan. 2, and would rise on the 1st at lh. 27m. 42s. in the afternoon, and would not of course be seen then, the sun being up.

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RISING, SETTING AND MERIDIAN PASSAGE OF PLANETS, 1896.

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Month.

January
January
January
February
February
February
March.
March.
March.
April
April
April.
Мау.
May.
May
June
June.
June.
July
July.
July
August.
August.
August.
September
September
September
October
October
October
November
November
November
December
December
December.
December

Rises Rises Ris's Ris's Rises Ris's

Rises Ris's Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. | Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo, Eve Mo. Mo. Mo.

H. M. H.M.H.M.H.M. | HM. H.M.H.M.H.M.H.M.H.M.H.M.H.M. 1 8:57| 3:371 3:55 10:10 5:06 5:35 1:57 7:06 6:42 8:16) 2:50 3:08 11) 9:05) 3:51 4:15 10:02 5:00 5:30 1:131 6:21 5:57 7:41 2:15 2:33 211 9:16 4:07| 4:33 9:54 4:53 5:23 0:28 5:40 5:16 7:04 1:39 1:57

11 9:29 4:23 4:50) 9:46 4:45 5:15 Ev. (Sets. Sets. 6:22 0:57 1:15 111 9:42 4:36 5:02 9:39| 4:37 5:07 10:50 Mo. Mc. 5:44 0:20 0:38 211 9:54 4:43 5:08 9:31 4:26 4:55 10:06 5:00 5:26 5:06 Ev. Ev.

1 10:04 4:48) 5:10) 9:24 4:16 4:43 9:28 4:22 4:48) 4:31 11:03 11:21 11 10:14 4:511 5:071 9:16 4:04 4:29 8:46 3:41 4:07 3:51 10:22 10:40 21 10:23 4:49 5:02 9:08 3:51 4:13 8:06 3:00) 3:26 3:10 9:41 9:59

1 10:31| 4:46 4:53 8:58 3:35 3:53 7:23 2:17 2:43 2:25 8:57 9:13 11 10:36 4:41 4:43 8:48 3:19 3:25 6:45 1:40 2:06 1:43 8:13 8:31 21 10:42 4:33 4:32 8:38 3:03 3:15 6:08 1:02 1:28 1:01 7:31 7:48

1 10:48 4:30 4:21 8:26 2:43 2:52 5:34 Ev. 0:52 Ev. Sets. Sets. (11 10:55 4:27 4:13 8:15 2:26 2:31 5:00 11:49 0:17 11:33 Mo. Mo. 21 11:03 4:25 4:06' 8:041 2:08 2:10 4:26 11:14 Ev. 10:50 4:23 4:06

1!11:15 4:27 4:02 7:51 1:48 1:47 3:50 10:37 11:01 10:04 3:37 3:21 11 11:27| 4:33 4:06 7:38 1:28 1:24 3:18 10:04 10:28 9:23 2:55 2:39 21 11:40 4:42 4:12 7:26 1:10 1:02 2:46 9:311 9:54 8:42 2:15 1:59

1 11:54 4:55 4:25 7:13 0:51 0:40 2:15 8:58 9:20 8:01 1:34 1:18 11 00:08 Sets. Sets. 7:011 0:35 0.23 1:44 8:26 8:47 7:21 0:54 0:38 21 0:21 Ev. Ev. 6:481 Ev.

1:131 7:54 8:14 6:42 Ev. Ev. 11 0:33 7:14 7:35) 6:33 11:53 11:35 0:39 7:18 7:37 6:00 11:28 11:12 111 0:431 7:14 7:30 6:1911:34 11:14 0:08 Ris. Ris. 5:22 10:50 10:34 21] 0:501 7:10 7:201 6:04 11:16 10:54 Mo. Mo. Mo. 4:45 10:13 9:56

11 0:57| 7:00 7:06 5:47 10:55 10 29 11:04 4:291 4:14 4:04 9:31 9:14 11 1:02 7:01) 7:01 5:30 10:35 10:08 10:33 4:01 3:45 3:28 8:54 8:37 21 1:08 6:52 6:44 5:10 10:13 9:46 10:01 3:31 3:16 2:52 8:18 8:01

11 1:151 6:48 6:34 4:481 9:48 9:20 9:29 3:01 2:47 2:17) 7:42 7:24 11 1:231 6:44) 6:21 4:22 9:22 8:53 8:571 2:30 2:17 1:42 7:06 6:48 21 1:33 6:45 6:20 3:52 8:52 8:23 8:25 2:00 1:48 1:07 Ris. Ris.

1 1:46 6:49 6:15 3:13 8:09 7:38 7:48 1:24 1:12 0:28 Mo. Mo. 11 2:00 6:58 6:26 2:31 7:25 6:54 7:13 0:50 0:39 Mo, 6:331 6:52 21 2:15 7:12 6:39 1:43) 6:35 6:02 6:38 Ev. 0:06 11:19 5:58 6:17

1 2:2 7:2 6:58 0:49 Sets. Sets. I 6:02 11:38 Ev. (10:451 5:251 5:43 11 2:42 7:47| 7:18 Ev. Mo. Mo.) 5:25 11:02 10:52 10:10 4:51 5:09 211 2:51 8:03 7:35 10:52 6:01 6:34 4:47 10:24 10:14 9:35 4:17 4:35 311 3:00 8:24 8:02 10:01 5:09' 5:42 4:07 9:44 9:34 9:00) 3:42 4:01

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EMBER DAYS-February 26, 28, 29; May 27, 29, 30; September and December 16,

18, 19. THE SEASONS-Spring, March 19; summer, June 20; autumn, September 22; winter,

December 21.

AZIMUTH TABLE OF POLARIS, OR NORTH STAR, 1896. The azimuths in the annexed table, applied properly to the magnetic bearing of Polaris at the time of its greatest elongation east or west, will give the true variation of the magnetic needle from a true north direction, and will be of great use to all surveyors and engineers. When the elongation is east the azimuth will be east and vice versa. At the present time the line of "No Variation"of the needle runs southeasterly from near Toledo, Ohio, to a point on the Atlantic coast about fifty miles southwest of Cape Fear, N. C. East of that line the north end of the needle points west of a true north, and west of that line east of the true north. The country may therefore be divided into eastern and western magnetic regions. In the "Eastern Region" the bearing of Polaris at its western elongation, it eastward, added to the azimuth, gives the desired variation west; but if ward, the bearing taken from the azimuth gives the variation west. The bearing of Polaris at its eastern elongation will be eastward, and the azimuth subtracted there from gives the variation west. In the "Western Region" the bearing of Polaris at its eastern elongation, if westward, added to the azimuth, gives the variation east; but it eastward, the bearing taken from the azimuth gives the variation east. The bearing of Polaris at its western elongation will be westward, and diminished by the azimuth gives the variation east. The azimuths in the table, given for two degree zones, are practically sufficient for all the United States except Alaska. For intermediate latitudes, and dates, the azimuths may be found by proportion sufficiently correct, or exactly by the formula, log-sine azimuth equal log-sine Polar Distance of Polaris. minus log-cosine latitude. The surveyor or engineer is on the line of "No Variation" when the bearing of Polaris at greatest elongation is the same as the azimuth.

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Azimuth of Polaris at its Greatest Elongation East or West.

For the Latitudes and Dates Given Below. Month. 290 310 330 850 370 390

430 450 North North North North North North North North North 07 Olio 101

07001 ou January....

1.1 14 (1 25 3 1 26 47|1 28 42 1 30 49 1 33 9 1 35 43/1 38 34/1 41 43|1 45 12 January 11

41 47

42 January 21

45 February

7 42 33 1

11 45 41 47 February.. 11

47 42 49 February

43 34 121

12 5 49

51 March....

11 46 1

37 27

15 7 52 46 53 March..

14 48 39 48 11 30 11

18 50 57 17 March.

52 21

43 52 33 14 58 541 31 1 April..

21 56 47 56
1 36 17 1 27 1 58
April.

25 1 36 0 51 1 42 0
11
20 41 29 2

9 29 April..

4 55 21

13 May..

33 8/1 38 59

8
10 7 16
May.

36 11s1 39 3 12
11 47
15 10 18 39 14

6
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21 49
17 13 20

41 June..

16

9 51

19 June.

16

18 12
11
37

18 June.

46 21

14 53 37

18 July,

46

14 531

18 July

14 11 531 July..

46 21

14 52

21 17 August..

12 14

42 18 August.

9
11
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30 August

11 19 39 15

6. 161 21

16 36! September..

11 1 39 3 121

13 September.. 11

331 811 38 59 8 391 201 September.. 121

411 292 9 29'1 36 4 55/1 42 41 35

16'1 27 01 28 57 1 31 4 October...

23 1 85 59 50 1 41 581 311

121 26 561 October...

51'1 30 58
181 53

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53 471 54 October....

15 49 401 21 2411 25 41

48! November..

431 50

10 451 361 1 19 1 24 58!

42 November.. 11!

37 44 1 33 4 38 291 151

37

6 38! November.. 121

32
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23
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3211 45 1 291

35 December..

551
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1 44 67 261

31 December.. 11'

15 241
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12 05 o 4 SS N. 8 gr. elong. E. 23 12 eve. 18 18 31 E. 240

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8 1 138

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4 10 11 mio.h 7 54 N. o pr. elong. W. 5 3

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10 1 48 m) 1 37 N. 0.90 11 9 11

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24 5 37 2 2 19 S. stationary. 24 7 eve. 3h 31 6 6

7 53 N. April

8 o 11 mo. 0 53 S. 09

10 10 49 vel + 12 S. 0 40E.

90 OE. oh 28 2 mo. h

7 48 . May 10 9 o Pisciam 3 11 eve. 0 10 X,

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10 1 2 o 5 1+S. • 24

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149 N July Đtiririmo 3 6 & gr. elong. W. H

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o 6 56 S. 25 Sup 98 0 2 $ eve.

2 17 S. 12 8 48 10'), 24 0 22 S.

D. H. M. July Gemin. 13 6 eve.18 07 S. stationary. 16 11 mo. 18 7 43 eve.h2

7 50 N. 8 g n Cancri. 29 4 mo.8 O ON od

2 4 31 eveld 7 0 S. 3921

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6 0 39 24 0 55 N. 8 4 38 eve.

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PLANETS BRIGHTEST AND BEST SEEN. MERCURY. April 25, and September 22, soon after sunset; also February 29, in the east before sunrise, and at a few other times, not favorable for visibility.

VENUS. Not attaining a maximum splendor this year, may be seen fairly well in January and December. MARS December 11. JUPITER, January 24. SATURN, May 5. URANUS, May 12.

Venus will be visible about July 9, and will not reach its greatest elongation this year.

Mars will be visible at night, morning or evening, all the year, and becomes brightest at opposition December 10, and rises before midnight after September 1. Jupiter will be invisible August 12, and brightest and an all-night star January 24. Saturn becomes an all-night star May 5, and will be brightest then; becomes invisible on November 13, and rises after that in the morning. Moon.

Jan. Feb. | Mar.: Ap'l., May June July' Aug. Sept| Oct.Nov.Dec. Perigee 13-31] 29 281 26 25: 201 15 11

42-30 Apogee

19 16 14 10 81 52-301 27 23 21 171 14 Lowest

12 8 613-30

27 24 21 17 13 11 71 Highest 26 23 211 17 15! 11 8

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BON AT NOON

MARK, Local time,

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MOON'S PHASES.

Calendar for Me, Calendar for Boston, Masa. Calendar for N. York city ; Cal. for Wash.,D.C.; Calendar for Charleston, S.
N.S., Ont., No. N. N. Hampshire, Vermont, So. New York, Conn., Del., Md., Va, W. O.; Georgia, Ala., Miss.,
York, Mich., Wie, Central New York, So. B. I., Pa., N. J., North-Va., s. Ohio, Ind., South Ark. North Loul.
Minn., N. and s. Michigan and Wisconsin, ern part of Ohio, Ind., m., N. Mo., Kan. Blana, North Texas, 80.
Dak. Mon.,Waah., North lowa, Wyoming, and ill., 8o. Iowa, Neb., Cent. Col., & Utah

New Mexico, Sonthern
N. Ore., N. Idaho. So. Idaho, So. Oregon. N. Col., Utah, Nev., Cal. 0. Neb., d. Cal. Arizons, So. Callfornia.

Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon BW. Son SUD Moon A.W. Bun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H.W.
rises. Beta.

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rises.sete. rises. Boston riseа. wete. rises. N. Y. rises.) sets rises, rises. Beta. rises. Ch'n.
H. M. S. H.M.H.M.H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M. H.M. H. M. H.M.
I IW 12 3 46 7 374 31 5 23 7 304 38 5 35 12 0 7 254 44 5 40 8 45.7 1914 49 5 4617 35 5 6 4 8 0
2 2 Th 12 4 1417 374 32 6 44 7 304 39 6 53 ev 507 254 44 6 58 9 36 7 19 4 50 7 27 35 6 7 15 8 50

Fr 12 4 427 37 4 33 8 5 7 30 4 40 8 11 1 497 25 4 45 8 14 10 237 194 51 8 167 35 7 8 25 9 49
Sa 12 5 917 374 34 9 24 7 30 4 41 9 27 2 267 254 46 9 28 11 917 194 52 9 302 35 8 9 34 10 26
S 12 5 367 37 4 35 10 40 17 30 4 42 10 40 3 12 7 25 4 47 10 4011 57 7 19 4 52 10 4017 4 5 8 10 40 11 12
6 M 12 6 2 7 374 36 11 57 7 30 4 43 11 54 3 59|7 25 4 4811 53 ev 46 7 19 4 5311 517 45 911 47 11 59

Tu 13 6 29 7 374 37 mo. 17 30 4 44mo. 4 52 7 24 4 49 mo. I 3917 19 4 54 mo. 17 4 5 10 mo. ev 52
8 8 W 12 6 5417 364 38 1157 294 45 1 9 5 5817 24 4 50 1062 35 7 194 55 1 37 415 11 54 1 58||
9 9Th 12 7 19 7 36 4 39 2 30 17 294 46 2 217 217 24 4 51 2 17 3 367 194 56 2 12 7 4 5 12 1 59 3 2
10 10 Fr 12 7 4417 364 40 3 4917 294 47 3 378 317 244 52 3 32 4 407 194 57 3 267 35 12 3 9 4 3
1111 Sa 12 8 817 36 4 41 5 317 28 4 481 4 49 9 0 7 24 4 53 4 43 5 45|7 194 581 4 3617 35 13 4 16 5
12 12 S 12 8 32 7 354 42 6 11 7 28 4 49 556 9 5817 234 54 549 6 447 184 591 54117 35 14 5 20 558
1313 M 12 8 5417 354 447 617 28 4 506 51 10 547 234 556 44 7 38 7 18 5 06 717 35 15 6 16 6 54
1414 Tu 12 911 7 344 45 sets 17 27 4 52 sets 11 39 7 22 4 56 sets 82117 1815 I sets 17 35 16 sets 7 39
15/15 W 12 9 3817 344 46 5 337 27 4 53 5 43 mo. 17 22 4 57 5 48 9 7 7 18 5 2 5 5317 35 176 5

8 21
1618 Th 12 9 597 334 476 42 7 264 54 6 50 2117 22 4 596 53 9 46 7 18 5 3 6 577 35 18 7 81.9 o
1717 Fr 12 10 19 7 32 4 49 7 507 26 4 55 7 55 1 07 21 5 7 57 10 247 17 5 4 7 597 25 19 8 6 9 39
1818 Sa 12 10 39 7 32 4 50 8 537 25 4 56 8 55 1 3817 21 5 1 8 56 10 567 17 5 6 8 57 7 25 20 9 110 14

10 57 7 314 51 9567 254 58 9 56 2 147 20 5 2 9 5611 337 165 7 9 5517 25 21 9 5510 49 | 5
20 20 M 12 II 1517 30 4 53 10 5917 24 4 59 10 57 2 4917 20 5 3 10 55 mo. 17 15 5 8 10 547 15 22 10 50 11 26
21 21 Tu 12 11 33 7 304 54 mo. 17 235 011 58 3 267 19 5 411 55 11 7 155 911 527 15 22 11 44 mo.
22 22 W 12 11 4917 294 55 317 235 1mo. 4 57 1856 mo. 527 14 5 10 mo. 17 15 23 mo. 5
2323 Th 12 12 517 28 4 57 1 9 7 22 5 3 1 14 5217 18 5 7 58] 1 39 7 13 5 11 53 7 05 24 43 52
24 24 Fr 12 12 197 27 4 58 2 167 21 5 4 2 6 5 457 17 5 8 2 1 2 31 7 13 5 12 1 5612 05 25 140 145
25/25 Sa 12 12 33 7 264 59 3 24 17 20 5 5 311 6 437 16 5 9 3 5 3 29 7 12 5 13 2 596 595 26 2 40 2 43
26 26 S 12 12 4717 25 5 1 4 33 7 205 6 4 18 7 497 155 10 4 12 4 347 115 15 4 46 595 27 3 43 3 49
27.27 M 12 12 597 245 25 35 17 1915 8 5 20 8 547 155 12 5 13 5 397 115 165 66 585 28 4 44 454
28 28 Tu 12 13 1017 235 4 6 21 7 18 5 0 6 6 9 56 7 14 5 13 6 0 6 427 105 17 5 536 57 5 29 5 32 5 96
2929 W 12 13 21 7 225 grises 7 17 5 10 rises 11 47 135 14 rises 7 3717 95 18rises 6 57 5 30 rises 7 4
30 30 Th 12 13 317 215 65 40 7 16 5 12 5 4711 45 7 12 5 15 5 51 8 2717 815 19 5 546 565 31 6 6 7 45
30 31 Fr 112 13 4017_205_817_217 18'51317_7lev 3117 11 5 17 7 9 9 1817_715 201 7 1116 5615 321 7 171 31

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