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WORLD ALMANAC FOR 1873.
The Year 1873.
THE year 1873 is the latter part of the 5633d and the beginning of the 5634th since the creation of the world, according to the Jews. It answers to the 6586th of the Julian Period, the 2626th from the foundation of Rome, the 2649th year of the Olympiads, and the year 7381-82 of the Byzantine era. The 98th year of American Independence begins July 4.
The Four Seasons.
NOTE. In the table above, it is to be understood that the word near" and the character & (conjunction) are synonymous, and mean that the two bodies are nearest each other at the time expressed, and that they are then on a line running from the North Pole through both bodies, and have the same right ascension. GR. ELON. means greatest elongation, or greatest apparent angular distance from the SUN. The character 8 indicates that the planet is opposite the Sun, or 180 degs., or half a circle east of it, and rises when the Sun sets, and sets when he rises. When a planet is a quarter of a circle, or 90 degs. from the Sun, east or west, it is known by a. These are the signs of the planets: the Sun; the Moon; Mercury; Venus; the Earth; & Mars; 24 Jupiter; Saturn; H Uranus; Neptune.
There will be four eclipses this year, as follows:
I. A Total Eclipse of the Moon May 12, in the morning, which will be partial and visible
from Boston west to Chicago, and west of Chicago the Eclipse will be total. The Moon sets with the Eclipse upon it, except at San Francisco.
II. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun May 26, the Sun rising partly eclipsed in Maine, New-Hampshire, and part of Vermont and Eastern Massachusetts. At Portland, Maine, the Eclipse ends at 4h. 37m., about eight minutes after sunrise. In New-Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts there will be scarcely more than a contact of limbs.
III. A Total Eclipse of the Moon November 4, which will be visible as a partial Eclipse in California and Oregon. At San Francisco, and at Portland, Or., it begins at 5h. 56m. in the morning, the Moon setting with the Eclipse upon it.
IV. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun November 19; visible in the
Venus after May 5.
Mars until January 17.
Jupiter after September 4.
Saturn from January 13 to April 22.
Venus until May 5.
Mars after January 17.
Jupiter until September 4.
Saturn until January 13, and after April 22.
Mercury, January 8, May 6, and September 2, rising then before the Sun; also, March 15, July 13, and November 7, setting then after the Sun. Venus, March 29, and June 10. Mars, April 27. Jupiter, February 14. Saturn, July 21.