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CONTENTS. 



To reduce Local to Greenwich time - - - - 

Advertisement ---.-- 

Diagram to explain the terms Rise and Range - - - 

Daily Tide Tables for 24 of the chief porta of the United Kingdom, inclu- 
ding Brest ------ 

Table for finding the height of tide at any intermediate hour between 
high and low water - - - 

Correction to be applied in order to obtain the height of water over the 
dock-sills of 19 of the chief ports of the United Kingdom 

Tidal constants for 180 places in the United Eangdom, and 51 places on 
the coasts of Europe - - - - - 

^t of the tidal stream along the south coast of England 

on the east coast of Great Britain 

among the Orkneys - - - 

Itemarks on the set of the tidal stream in the English and Irish Channels> 
and in the North Sea - . . - - 

Time of high-water at full and change, with the rise of the tide at springs 
4md neaps for upwards of 2000 of the principal places on the globe 



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[6107— 2S50— 9/68.] 



TIDE TABLES 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS, 



FOB THE TEAE 



1863; 



ALSO THE TIMES AND HEIGHTS OF HIGH WATER AT FULL AND CHANCE 
FOR THE PRINCIPAL PLACES ON THE GLOBE. 



Cdmtdtkd bt John Bubdwood, Masteb, RN. 



S OF TBB ADXIULTT. 



ZjOHDOK: nUHTED VOB l^E HTDBOGRAFHIC OFFICE, ADmBALTTi 

J. D. FOTTEB (4gtKtfir (At Admiraily C&orti), SI, FODT.TRY, 
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CONTENTS. 



Page. 
To reduce Local to Greenwich time - - - - iv 

Advertisement -.-.-- v 

Diagram to explain the terms Rise and Range - - - vi 

Daily Tide Tables for 24 of the chief ports of the United Kingdom, inclu- 
ding Brest -.---- 2-97 

Table for finding the height of tide at any intermediate hour between 
high and low water - - - - - - 98-100 

Correction to be applied in order to obtain the height of water over the 

dock-sills of 19 of the chief ports of the United Kingdom - - 100-103 

Tidal constants for 180 places in the United Eangdom, and 51 places on 

the coasts of Europe ----- 103-108 

^t of the tidal stream along the south coast of England - - 108^1 1 1 

,. „ on the east coast of Great Britain - - 11 2- 113 

„ „ among the Orkneys - - - - 113-120 

Itemarks on the set of the tidal stream in the English and Irish Channels^ 

and in the North Sea ----- 120-146 

Time of high- water at full and change, with the rise of the tide at springs 

And neaps for upwards of 2000 of the principal places on the globe - 147-206 



[6107«-8250-»9/48.] 



INDEX TO TIDE TABLES, 1863. 

























Belfast - 


Page 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 

48 


July 


Aug. 


Sept 
72 


Oct 


Nov. 


Dec. 

• 

96 


8 


i6 


24 


32 


40 


56 


64. 


80 


88 


Brest - - 


99 


2 


10 


18 


26 


34 


4a 


50 


58 


66 


74 


82 


90 


Devowport - 


- 9i 


2 


10 


18 


26 


34 


4a 


50 


58 


66 


74 


82 


90 


Dover - - 


- » 


3 


II 


19 


^7 


35 


43 


51 


59 


67 


75 


83 


91 


Galwat - • 


99 


9 


17 


^5 


33 


41 


49 


57 


65 


73 


81 


89 


97 


Greenock - 


>J 


6 


14 


22 


30 


38 


4<5 


54 


62 


70 


78 


86 


94 


Harwich - 


» 


4 


ift 


20 


28 


36 


44 


5a 


60 


68 


76 


84 


92 


HOLTHEAT) . 


- » 


7 


ij 


^3 


31 


39 


47 


55 


63 


71 


79 


87 


95 


Hull - - - 


» 


4 


12 


20 


28 


36 


44 


5a 


60 


68 


76 


84 


9a 


Kingstown - 


» 


7 


15 


a3 


31 


39 


47 


55 


63 


71 


79 


87 


95 


Leith - - 


M 


S 


13 


21 


29 


37 


45 


53 


61 


69 


77 


85 


93 


Liverpool - 


- 99 


6 


14 


22 


30 


38 


46 


54 


62 


70 


78 


86 


94 


London - - 


>J 


3 


II 


19 


^7 


35 


43 


51 


59 


67 


75 


83 


91 


Londonderry 


>J 


8 


16 


24 


3a 


40 


48 


56 


64 


73 


80 


88 


96' 


Pembroke - 


W 


6 


14 


22 


30 


38 


46 


54 


62 


70 


78 


86 


94 


Portsmouth 


» 


2 


10 


18 


26 


34 


4a 


50 


58 


66 


74 


83 


90 


QUEENSTOWN 


» 


9 


17 


^5 


33 


41 


49 


57 


65 


73 


81 


89 


97 


Sheerness - 


» 


3 


II 


19 


^7 


35 


43 


51 


59 


67 


75 


83 


91 


Shields (North) „ 


5 


13 


21 


29 


37 


45 


S3 


61 


69 


77 


85 


93 


Sligo Bat - 


99 


8 


16 


H 


3* 


40 


48 


56 


64 


7a 


80 


88 


96 


Sunderland 


W 


4 


12 


20 


28 


36 


44 


5a 


60 


68 


76 


84 


92 


Thurso - - 


» 


5 


13 


21 


29 


37 


45 


53 


61 


<59 


77 


85 


93 


Waterford 


» 


9 


17 


^5 


33 


41 


49 


57 


65 


73 


•81 


89 


97 


Weston-buper-mabe 


7 


15 


a3 


31 


39 


47 


55 


63 


71 


79 


87 


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IV 



NOTICE. 



If it be desired to redace the Mean Time at any Place to that of 
Greenwich (or Railway) Time, (which latter is used in the Tide Tables, 
published in LiTerpool and Glasgow,) the following correction must 
be applied to the Time given in these Tables : — 

Minutes. 



Brest 


•- 


+ 18 


Devonport 




+ 17 


Portsmouth 




+ 4 


Dover 




- 5 


Sheemess 




- 3 


Harwich 




- 5 


Hull 




+ 1 


Sunderland 




+ 5 


North Shields 




+ 6 


Leith 




+ 13 


Thurso 




+ 14 


Greenock 




+ 19 


Liverpool 




+ 12 


Pembroke 




'1- 20 


Weston-super-mare 




+ 12 


Holjhead 




+ 18 



For the Irish Ports, should Dublin Mean Time be required, the 
following correction must be applied to the time given in these 
Tables :— 





Minutes. 


Kingstown 


- — I 


Belfast 


- — 2 


Londonderry 


■ + 4 


Sligo 


- + 9 


GkJwaj 


- + 11 


Queenstown (Cork) 


- + 8 


Waterford 


- + 3 



The above corrections are also given at the foot of each page under (he 
place for which the times and heights of high water are predicted. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



In the following Tables the time of High Water is given to Mean time at Place, 
Those who are desirous of knowing the Apparent time, (or that shown by the Sun,) 
at which High Water occurs, must apply the equation of time, by addition or sub- 
traction, as directed for that purpose. 

The height of the tide in these Tables is calculated from the mean level of the low 
water of ordinary springs, because the soundings expressed in most charts are reduced 
to that level. The height therefore which is given at each place is the actual rise of 
high water above the mean low-water level of spring-tides. 

In the column of the Moon's transit, (m) stands for morning, and (a) for afternoon. 

The Moon's age is given in days, and tenths of a day, from the time of her conjunc- 
tion, or change; thus, it is New Moon on the 17th of May, at 4h. 48 m. in the 
afternoon, and therefore, on the i8th of May, at noon, the moon being iph. 12 m. 
old, her age may be accounted as eight tenths of a day, and is expressed by o«8. 

The highest equinoctial tides take place, on the west coast of Ireland and on the 
south coast of England, three transits after the New and Full Moon, unless diverted 
by gales of wind or other extraordinary causes. Along the east coast of England, they 
take place four transits after the N^w and Full Moon. In the river Thames they 
occur five transits after the same epoch. These differences arise from the cause, that 
the same tide-wave which produces high water on the west coast of Ireland takes half 
a day in its progress from thence to the east coast of England, and a whole day before 
it arrives in the river Thames. 

The time of high water at Brest is added for the benefit of vessels navigating the 
north coast of France and the adjacent sea. 

Immediately after the Tide Tables, at page 98, will be found a convenient method of 
deducing, from them, the height of the tide at any intermediate hour, between high 
and low water. 

The next Table, at page loi, shows the depths oh the dock-sills at Falmouth, 
Devonport, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheemess, Chatham, Woolwich/ Deptford, London, 
Hull, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Sunderland, Leith, Pembroke, Liverpool, Birken^ 
head, Dublin, and Londonderry. 

In page 103 will be found a collection of Constant Differences, by which the time 
and height of high water at certain other ports may be approximately found. If the 
authorities at the different ports would transmit to the Admiralty six months' obser- 
vations (at least) of the times and heights of high and low water, these Constants 
might be usefully increased. 

In page 108 a description is given of the general set of the tides in the neigh- 
bourhood of several parts of the coast, including a full account of the streams among 
the Orkneys, and through the Pentland Firth, by Com. F. W. L. Thomias, R. N. 
And, the development, by Rear-Admiral F. W. Beechey, of the movement of the 
great tide-wave up the English and Irish Channels, and into the North Sea ; to 
which has been added a description of the set of the tides in the vicinity of Bathlin 
Island on the north coast of Ireland by Richard Hoskyn, Master, R. N. 

Lastly, there is appended the time of high water on the days of Full and Change at 
various places on the globe arranged according to the apparent progress of the tide- 
wave, and also alphabetically ; with the rise of tbe tide at springs and neaps. 



vi 



The stations at the several ports where the tidal observations were made on whic 
the predictions in these tables are based, are as follows, — ^viz : — 

Brest, entrance of the basin — Devonport, Dockjard — Portsmouth, Dockyard - 
Dover, North Pier*— Sheerness, Dockyard — London Docks (reduced to London Bridge 
the latter being given in these tables, by applying to the times at the docks -f- lO"" an 
to the heights — ^•"■) — Harwich, Angel Quay — Hull, Victoria Dock — Sunderland 
North Dock — North Shields, Low Lighthouse — Leith, East Pier — Thurso, ne{ 
Scrabster Pier — Greenock, East Dock — ^Liverpool, St. Georges Pier — Pembrok 
Dockyard — Weston-super-mare, Baimbach Island — Holyhead, Pier— ^Kingstow 
Watering Pier — Belfast, New Dock— Londonderry, Ship Bridge — Sligo Bay, Mu 
laghmore — Gal way, Nimmos Pier — Queenstown, Scott's Wharf — Waterford, Dui 
cannon Fort. 



The following diagram is intended to explain the terms Spring Rise, Neap Bit 
and Neap Range as made use of on. the Admiralty Charts and in the Sailing Dire 
tions published by the Admiralty : — 



TideGauge. 



xm 
xu 



DC 

vm 
vn 

TI 

V 

IV 

in 
II 

I 

o 

I 
u 




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a 
b 
c 
d 

e 



Mean Level of High Water Ordinary Springs. 

„ » • w r>ie^)B. 

Half Tide or Mean Level of the sea both at Springs and Neaps. 
Idtean Level of Low Water Ordinary Keaps. 

» f> n Springs. 



Example, 

Spring Rise (or Mean Spring Range) ^ eU>a 
Neap Base - - - « to 6 

Neap Range - ' - - » c^ to 6 



ft. 

12 

10 

8 



TIDE TABLES 



TOR THB 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS 



FOB THE TEAR 



1863. 



5357. 



vi 



The stations at the several ports where the tidal observations were made on which 
the predictions in these tables are based, are as follows, — viz : — 

Brest, entrance of the basin — Devonport, Dockyard — Portsmouth, Dockyard — 
Dover, North Pier — Sheerness, Dockyard — ^London Docks (reduced to London Bridge, 
the latter being given in these tables, by applying to the times at the docks +10*" and 
to the heights — 4*"*) — Harwich, Angel Quay — Hull, Victoria Dock — Sunderland, 
North Dock — North Shields, Low Lighthouse — Leith, East Pier — Thurso, near 
Scrabster Pier — Greenock, East Dock — ^Liverpool, St. Georges Pier — ^Pembroke, 
Dockyard — Weston-super-mare, Bairnbach Island — Holyhead, Pier— ^Kingstown, 
Watering Pier — Belfast, New Dock— Londonderry, Ship Bridge — Sligo Bay, Mul- 
laghmore — Galway, Nimmos Pier— Queenstown, Scott's Wharf — Waterford, Dun- 
cannon Fort. 



The following diagram is intended to explain tho terms Spring Rise, Neap Rise, 
and Neap Range as made use of on. the Admiralty Charts and in the Sailing Direc- 
tions published by the Admiralty : — 



TideQauge. 

XIV pr 




IX EH 
vni 

VII 

VI 

V 

IV 

in 
II 

I 

o 

I 
u 





a 
h 
c 
d 

e 



Mean Level of High Water Ordinary Springs. 

y, n > n iNeaps. 

Half Tide or Mean Level of the sea both at Springs and Neaps. 
Bfean Level of Low Water Ordinary Neaps. 

„ M ,t Springs. 



Example. 

Spring Rise (or Mean Spring Bange) ^ eioa 
Nei^ Kise - - - = e to 6 

Neap Range - ' - - « cf to 6 



ft. 
12 
10 

8 



TIDE TABLES 



TOR THB 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS 



FOB THE TEAR 



1863. 



5557. 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



JANUARY, 


1863. 




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DEVONPORT. 


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Height 


TUne. 


HeiBbt. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. Height. 


Time. 


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U. M. 




u. «. 




a. M, 






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■ 


9>3S 


J8 


14 I 


I 0.6 


14 5 


2 23 


I'a 'e 


3 54 


13 8 


8 48I10 4 


9 '7 


10 7 


1 


10 30 


' 5; 


14 II 


2 1(5 


15 4 


3 »5 


13 ' 


3 52 


13 1 


9 44 10 9' 




10 II 


3 


II 9 


» 3« 


.5 9 


» 55 


16 a 


4.8 


13 9 


4 41 


13 6 


.0 3o|ii 1, 


JO 51 


II 3 


M. 
Tb 


4 


" 57 


3 13 


.6 ; 


3 33 


16 II 


5 3 


14 3 


5 aa 


.310 


II 9." .5! 


11 39 


II 7 


^6 


morn 


3 JO 


17 2 


4 7 


'7 4 


5 41 


14 8 


5 ^9 


14 


.1 46.11 8, 




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44 


4 25 


17 6 


4 43 


17 8 


6 16 


14 11 


6 35 


14 2 


3i'i 9 




11 10 


W. 
Th. 
F. 


7 


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4 J8 


'7 9 


,? 13 




651 


15 I 


7 6.4 ?. 


40,11 II 


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11 II 


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1 3° 


'7 9 


.546 


17 9 


7 31 


'5 


7 38 '4 i 




I 31 


12 


9 


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17 8 


6 32 


.7 6 


7 53 


.4 9 


8 u 


13 10 


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3 5 


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10 


3 4' 


6 41 


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6 59 


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■4 3 


845 


13 7 


2 23 




2 43 


11 10 


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7 39 


16 3 


9 


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9 18 


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358 


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10 55 


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446 


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358 


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451 


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'l£.D. 


, 


I-.1.. 


, 


m.dJ 




Full 5 3 33 Morning. 


1 


31N.45 


9 


4N. 7 


17 


32 8. 2_^ 


3^ 


2N. 7 


Laat Quarter- 13 6 Morning. 


3 


33 39 




08.41 


18 


30 43 


36! 


5 58 


New 19 4 a Afternoon. 


3 


aa 33 


II 


5 34 


19 


7 30 


3- 1 I 


9 I 


First Quarter- a6 4 54 Afternoon. 


4 


31 36 


13 


10 18 


30 


3 II 


38 3 


I 11 




5 


19 =3 


13 


14 40 


31 


8 8 


19 1 3 


3 23 


In Apogee- - 3 2 Afternoon. 


6 




'4 


.8 33 


33 


a 4^' 


30|2 


2 35 


In Perigee- - 18 5 Afternoon. 


7 


13 '3 


15 


ai 7 


33 


IN. 34 


31 2 


I 4fi 


InApogee - - 30 ij Midnight. 


8 


8 43 


16 


»a 33 


34 


7 36 







Tk« tlmM oTHigh Water u« given fi>r Mean Time at PUe« i if OrMnvieh or Railwa; Time be n 
BantoiUUBk I Daroapon add 17 m. | Toxnifoirafl w 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



1 JANUARY, 1863. 


1 


3 DOVER. 


SHEERNESS. 


LONDON. 


<;5 

c1 


; MORNIMG. 


AfTERNOOH. 


MoRHUiO. 


Aptebsoon, 


Mo..i«a. 


Aftebnoos. 




TilnB. 


Height. 


Time. 


Eeight. 


Time. 


Height. 


Hmt 


Helgbt 


Time. 


Heght. 


Timo. 


Hdght 












a. B. 




n, M. 




H. M. 




a. u. 






B. M. 




D. 


Th. 


I 8 <3 


'4 


10 


8 4J 


■5 ' 


10 2 


■3 5 


10 34 


13 7 


11 38 


15 


10 





— 


11-3 


f. 


2 9 7 


■5 


6 


9 33 


'5 9 


II 1 


13 10 


II 36 


14 


3 


16 





30 


16 2 


13-3 


S. 


3 9 54 


16 


1 


10 13 


16 4 


II 49 


•4 3 


— 





55 


16 




1 18 


16 E 


■3-3 


*■ 


410 3.1 


16 


; 


.056 


16 10 


7 


■4 5 


3; 


14 7 


I 40 


16 


II 


158 


17 ^ 


'4"3 


M. 


$11 16 


'7 


1 


11 s' 


'7 3 


45 


14 9 


I 5 


14 II 


3 17 


17 




» J5 


"2 ^ 


P 


Tu. 


6" 55 


17 


5 


— 


— 


I 23 


■5 ' 


I 39 


15 ^ 


3 i2 


'7 


10 


3 9 


18 c 


16-3 


\V. 


; 14 


•7 





31 


,7 8 


I 57 


15 3 


3 14 


'5 4 


3 >5 


18 




3 42 


18 4 


17-3 


Th. 


8 48 


'7 


9 




'' 8 


3 29 


15 4 


3 44 


15 4 


3 59 


18 




4 16 


18 5 


iB-3 


F. 


5 . 2S 


17 


9 


" 45 


'7 8 


3 ' 


15 4 


3 17 


15 3 


4 33 


18 




448 


18 


■9-3 


S. 1 


023 


17 


7 


2 21 


17 « 


3 34 


>5 » 


3 5a 


'5 I 


5 5 


18 




5 *3 


18 3 


10-3 


*■ r 


1 2 41 


17 


3 


3 1 


17 


4 II 


•4 11 


4 30 


14 9 


5 41 


18 




558 


17 1 


11-3 


M. I 


a 3 20 


1(5 


8 


3 39 


,6 4 


4 49 


.4 6 


5 9 


14 4 


6 17 


'7 


9 


6 39 


.7 ( 


12-3 


Tu.i 


3 4 = 


ifl 





, -.6 


ij 7 


5 32 


14 t 


5 57 


13 10 


7 I 


17 


3 


7 14 


16 I 


( 


W. I 


4 4 52 


15 


3 


S so 


■5 = 


625 


"3 7 


6 58 


13 5 


7 53 


16 


9 


8 35 


16 C 


H'S 


Th.i 


5 5 54 


'4 


11 


<i3i 


15 ° 


7 33 


■3 5 


8 14 


13 5 


9 ^ 


16 


4 


9 41 


■ 6 3 


^yi 


F. 1 


ti 7 ,2 


15 


5 


7 J4 


15 I' 


8 56 


'3 7 


9 37 


13 u 


10 32 


16 


4 


II 4 


16 C 


16-3 


S. I 


7 8 31 


16 


5 


9 3 


17 1 


10 16 


14 4 


10 50 


1+ 8 


II 43 


16 


9 


— 


— 


*7'3 


*■ . 


3 9^5 


,y 


8 


to 4 


,8 3 


tl 31 


■5 a 


II 50 


15 7 


18 


17 


3 


JO 


17 i 


.8-3 


M. I 


910 31 


18 






19 3 






16 




r 19 


iS 




I 47 


18 i 


• 


TU.2 


on 27 


19 


6 


" 53 


19 9 


4a 


t6"4 


' 7 


16 7 


a 13 


'9 


2 


338 




0-8 


W. 3 








18 


19 " 


I 31 


16 9 


• 5: 


16 n 


3 1 


'9 


9 


3 25 


30 c 


1-8 


Th.2 


2 42 


^9 


II 


1 5 


19 10 


2 17 


t6 11 


a 39 


16 lO 


348 






4 8 


ao 


3-8 


F. 2 


3 I 28 




7 


■ 5" 


19 4 


2 59 


t6 9 


3 so 


16 7 


4 30 


20 





4 5^ 


19 K 


3-8 


S. 2 


4 2 11 


18 


11 


» 33 


■8 5 


3 4° 


16 4 


4 ° 


16 


5 " 


19 


7 


5 3' 


•9 .. 


4-8 


*. 1 


5 » 53 


'7 


11 


3 13 


■7 3 


4 3] 


'5 7 


4 41 


'5 2 


5 51 


18 


10 


6 11 


18 


5-8 


M. 2 


6 3 32 


16 


8 


3 5» 


16 


5 2 


14 9 


5 "3 


14 3 


632 


18 





654 


17 I 


J 


Tu, 3 


7 4 '3 
^ 5 = 


'5 


5 


4 35 


14 9 


•Jl^ 


13 10 


6 10 


13 6 


7 i.^ 


16 


11 


7 39 


16 t 


ll 


W. 1 


14 


a 


5 34 


■3 9 


13 1 


7 II 


12 9 


8 8 


16 


J 


8 40 


15 £ 


8-8 


Th J 


9 6 p 


'3 


6 


6,8 


13 7 


7 49 


ia 7 


8 3' 


13 6 


9 17 


'5 


5 


9 57 


"5 ^ 


9-8 


I 


7 29 


13 


9 


8 8 


14 1 


9 13 


13 8 


9 54 


13 10 


1037 


'5 


3 


II 19 


'5 3 


10-8 


s. 


1 8 43 


14 


^ 


9 10 


.5 


10 30 


13 " 


II 3 


13 5 


II 58 


15 


5 


— 




11-8 


HalTHnDSpriDK 


9"- 4'- 


s^-o-- 


gft. ;.,. 1 


Equation of Time at ifoon. | 


«.D 


M. a. 






ii.i> 


M. i. 




K.n. 


V. a. 




ICD. 


„ 8. 




t 


3 45 


Sub. 


9 


7 19 


Sub. 


17 


10 19 


Sub. 


^5 


13 3.S 


Sub. 


3 


4 13 








^*t 




18 


10 )9 




3(5 


13 48 




3 


4 41 








8 8 




19 


.0 j8 




37 


13 I 




4 


5 9 








8 3' 






u 16 




38 






5 


536 






13 


854 




31 


11 3S 




39 


■3 23 




6 


6 i 






M 


9 16 






11 50 




30 


13 33 




7 


6 a8 








538 




23 


12 6 




31 


'3 43 




H 


654 








9 59 




34 


11 11 











Tie Hum of Bi^ Water an given fbr He«» Time at Place ; if Qreeavich or Bai]«a7 Time be nqoiradt— fat 
DanaMtAwcOin. | BaaaajM aiaWrart Im. | Immm^m. 



< 








TIDE TABLES FOR THE 












JANUARY, 1S63. 




-' s 


HAEWICH. HULL 


SUNDERLAND. | 


II 








-""• 


Aftkhnoos. 




AiTBItKOON. 


MOBKINO 


It.. 


Atterkoom. 1 






Time. 


Hfllglil. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. Height. 


Time. 


Hoieht. 


Time. 


Heig 


Time. 


Height. 




a. u. 


H. M. 




n. x. 












F, 








Th 


giija 


9 9 


9 I' 


9 41 


10 


3 3016 9 


4 3 


17 1 


aa 


11 


a' 


53 


" 5 


F. 


10 20 


9 




10 36 


10 4 


4 30 '7 5 


4 5.^ 


17 9 






8' 


1 45 




S. 


.1 9 




'o 5 


II 30 




5 1/^8 1 

5 56IJ8 6 


536 


18 4 


a 11 


12 


1 


3 33 


13 4 


»■ 


'■ 57 


I 41 


10 9 


" 59 


10 10 


6 '5 


18 s 


3 53 


13 


fi'l 


3 11 


la 9 


H. 








19 




6 35 19 


653 


19 a 


3 39 






3 46 


13 I 


Tu. 


44 


36 


10 ]j 


5a 


11 


7 iiii9 4 


7 ^9 


19 6 


4 3 


13 


3i 


4 «9 


•3 5 


W. 


1 30 




11 


1 aS 


11 


7 47 19 7 


8 3 


19 9 


■* 37 


13 


0' 


4 51 


13 J 


? 


" 14 


I 44 


II 


I 59 


II 


8 17 19 10 


835 


19 9 


5 8 


13 


7 


^ "^ 


13 <5 


F. 


« 58 


a 17 


10 It 


1 34 


lo 11 


8 51 19 8 


9 10 


'9 7 


5 43 


13 


^ 


6 1 


13 3 


S. 1 


3 ^• 


1 ja 


10 ID 


3 10 


10 9 


9 28 


19 4 


9 47 


19 I 


6 19 


13 


1 


6 39 


13 


*• I 


4 25 


3 29 


10 8 


3 47 


10 7 


5 


18 10 


10 34 


18 7 


7 


13 


9; 


I '° 


13 7 


M. I 


5 1' 


4 5 


10 6 


4 35 


10 4 


4,S 


18 3 


II 9 


17 11 


7 4" 


13 


4, 


8 4 


13 a 


Tu I 


6 


4 4.'; 


10 5 


•; 10 




I 38 


'7 7 






8 39 






8 57 


II 8 


W. I 


^ 53 


5 36 




6 r. 


9 IJ 




17 3 


4a 


16 11 


9 39 


11 


6 


to 3 


" 5 


Th.1 


7 5° 


6 39 


9 »' 


7 22 


9 II 


I 15 


i6 10 


I 5' 


ifi 10 


to 43 


11 


4J 


11 33 


11 6 


F. 1 


85= 


8 4 


10 J 


8 44 




3 as 


17 1 


5 6 


,7 6 


1' 59 


II 


9| 





— 


5. 1 


9 54 


9 »3 


10 6 


958 


10 9 


3 44 


18 3 


4 19 


18 10 


35 


" 




I 9 


13 8 


*■ I 


•057 


10 31 


II 1 


II 1 


11 4 


4 5= 


.9 6 


5 18 


30 I 


I 41 


•3 


a| 


1 13 


13 7 


M. 1 


u 59 


n 39 


11 7 


" 55 


It 10 


5 4, 


30 8 


6 11 


31 3 


3 41 


14 





3 7 


14 5 


Tu.i 


oa56 


— 






12 


6 3!: 


11 b 


7 3 


ai 10 


3 3> 


'4 


9 


3 55 


15 


W. 1 


1 I 50 


44 


la I 


1 i 


13 I 


7 3 


aa 1 


7 5 


33 a 


4 18 


15 


3 


4 40 


15 4 


Th 1 


a a 41 


I 3a 


12 I 


' 54 


la c 


8 ij 


33 3 


8 34 


32 


5 5 


■5 


4 


5 33 


•^ J 


F. 2 


3 3 30 


* '5 


II 11 


a 37 


II 9 


85- 


ai 9 


9 I. 


31 4 


5 4, 


14 


10 


6 


.4 6 


S. 1 


4 4 18 


a 58 


11 7 


3 '8 




93 


ao 9 


9 57 


ao a 


6 a- 


'4 


a 


649 


'3 8 


*. » 


5 5 4 


338 


II 3 


358 


10 II 


10 I 


19 7 


10 3^ 


18 II 


7 1 


'3 


3 


2 ^-l 


13 10 


M. 


« 5 51 


4 18 


10 81 438 


10 4 


II 


18 3 


•1 3^ 


17 7 


7 5. 


13 


4 


8 ifc 


II 10 


Tu. 


/ <> 39 


4 5S 


10 1 j 22 


9 10 


II 5 


17 


" 


— 


8 4 


11 


6 


9 9 


II I 


"W. 


8 7 »7 


S 4 


9 8 6 17 


9 6 


2 


,6 4 


5- 


15 10 


9 4 


10 


8 




10 5 


Th, 


9 8 16 


fi 56 9 4| 7 4= 


9 4 


I 30! 15 6 




J5 4 


10 5S 


10 


4 


■ I 3t 


10 4 


F, 


095 


8 ai 9 jjl 9 I 9 6 


3 45|'5 6 


3 3 


15 10 




- 


- 1 i^ 


10 6 


S. 


■ 9 53 


9 38 9 8 10 10 9 II 


3 58 16 3 


4 3 


16 s 


5 


to 


10 I a 


II a 


H^M^nSpH^J S-^-P'- 


10". s"". 


7"- a"- 


PAajcio/'rteilfoon. 


Moon'i Declination at Noon. 


D. H. M. 


H.D. 





1I,D 





H.D. 







K.D. 





Full - - - j 3 ga Morning. 


I 


11K.45 


9 


4S. 7 


|i7 


13 S 


25 


*5 


3N. 7 


Last Quarter- 13 o 6Morning. 


3 


13 39 




OS. 41 


18 


30 


43 


a6 


5 53 


New - - - 19 4 a Afternoon. 


3 


33 33 




5 34 


•9 


7 


30 


=7 


9 I 


FirstQunrter- a6 4 54Afternoon. 


4 


31 36 


la 


18 




13 




38 






5 


9 33 


13 


4 4° 




8 


£ 


39 


23 33 


In Apogae - ,3 a Afternoon. 


6 


16 39 


'4 


8 23 


33 


a 


46 


30 


*» 35 


In Perigee - i3 .^ Afternoon. 


7 


13 5a 


15 


I 7 


33 


an 


34 


31 


21 46 


In Apogee - 30 la oMidoight. 


8 


8 4a 


16 


» 33 


24 


7 


36 







Bakwiok nMroct B m. | HtruwUIm. | BraDiBLun) add B m. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



JANUARY, 1863. 


o 

n 
^ 


\ NORTH SHIELDS. 


LKITH. 


THURSO. 


ll 


; MOBNIHO. 


Aptebkooh. 


llonviaa. 


Attebsook, 


MoitNisa, 


Aftehnoon 


." N 




Tlffip, 


Height. 


^n^ 


Height 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hdght. 


Time. 


Hdeb 






H. «. 




U, M. 




H. U 




H, B. 






F. 1. 








Th. 


1 o 36 


10 2 


1 5 


10 4 


12 


12 10 





— 


G 


9 7 


6 37 


9 I 


311-3 


F. 


2 I 3' 


10 6 


I 54 


10 8 


2 


'3 ' 


04 


13 5 


645 




7 9 




12-3 


S. 


5 a 1/ 


10 II 


2 36 


II 2 


I 1 


13 9 


I 3 


14 1 


7 36 


10 11 


7 4a 


" 


'3-3 


f/ 


4 3 54 


" 5 


3 1" 


II 8 


1 5 


14 4 


2 


•4 7 


7 58 


11 7 


8 16 


11 I 


■ 4-3 


M. 


5 3 29 


II 10 


3 45 


12 Q 


2 2 


.4 10 


a 4 


15 ' 


8 3a 


12 


849 


12 





Tu. 


fi 4 3 


12 3 


4 a> 


12 3 


3 


'5 a 


3 i< 


'5 3 


9 5 


12 2 


9 22 


12 


i6-3 


W. 


7 4 38 


la 4 


4 54 


T2 4 


3 3 


"5 3 


3 5': 


"5 3 


9 39 


13 3 


9 55 


12 


17-3 


Th. 


8 J 10 


la 3 


5 s8 


IS 3 


4 


'5 3 


4 a. 


15 a 


10 13 


12 2 


10 31 


13 


i8-3 


F. 


9 .•; 46 


12 a 


^ 5 


13 I 


4 4 


'5 I 


4 5S 


'5 ' 


10 ,50 


13 


II 8 


ri 1 


19.3 


S. 


(5 2J 


12 


642 


II II 


5 I 


'5 


5 3? 


14 10 


u 29 


'I 7 


u 50 


" 


30-3 


«. 


1 7 3 


II 9 


7 a' 


11 7 


5 ^ 


'4 7 


6 ifi 


14 4 


_ 


— 


10 


11 


*i'3 


M. 


» 7 43 


ti 4 


8 8 




64 


14 1 


7 3 


13 IC 


31 




55 


to 


"■3 


To. 


3 8 35 


la 8 


9 6 


'° 5 


7 3<: 


13 6 


8 c 


13 3 




'o 5 


1 5' 


10 


! 


W. 


4 9 .19 


10 4 


10 ifi 




8 3. 


13 1 


9 9 


'3 c 


3 24 


10 


3 1 


9 1 


H-3 


Til, 


5'o 54 


10 4 


" 34 


10 6 


9 45 


13 


10 38 


13 2 


3 45 


9 " 


4 a? 


9 1 


2,r3 


F. 


6 — 


— 


13 


10 5 


11 C 


13 5 


ii 43 


13 9 






5 44 


10 


26.3 


s. 


1 49 


11 I 


1 ai 


ij 6 


— 


— 


IJ 


14 2 


6 ij 


10 II 


644 


II 


V3 


A. 


8 150 


II 11 


2 18 


12 5 


44 


14 9 


I 12 


'5 5 


7 10 


la 3 


7 32 


12 1 


28.3 


M. 


9 a 43 


12 11 


3 7 


'3 4 


1 39 


16 


a 5 


16 6 


7 54 


.3 6 


8 18 


13 1 


• 


Tll.3 


° 3 31 


>3 8 


3 55 


13 I' 


2 30 


16 10 


a 53 


17 J 


841 


14 1 


9 3 


14 . 


oS 


W. 3 


1 + ig 


14 I 


4 4a 


14 3 


3 '5 


17 2 


3 37 


'7 3 


9 26 


14 3 


9 49 


'4 


1-8 


Th.3 


3 5 S 


14 


5 a7 


'3 10 


3 59 


17 2 


4 21 


17 


II 


14 


>o 33 


'3 S 


2.8 


F. a 


3 J 48 


13 8 


6 10 


13 4 


4 39 


Ifi 9 


5 6 


"5 5 


55 


'3 4 


II 17 




3'8 


S. 2 


4 6 31 


13 


653 


12 8 


5 25 


i6 1 


5 4/ 


15 8 


1 40 


■a 5 


— 


— 


4-8 


*. J 


5 7 13 


12 3 


7 35 


II 9 


6 9 


15 a 


6 32 


.4 '8 


1 


13 


23 


II C 


5-8 


M. I 


(5 7 59 


'I 3 


8 23 


fo 8 


654 


14 1 


7 17 


13 6 


4(5 


10 11 


I 9 


10 


5 


Tu. 1 


7 849 


10 3 


9 '9 


9 10 


7 44 


13 I 


8 13 


13 ; 


1 34 


10 


3 4 


9 e 


7-8 


W. 


8 9 54 


9 6 


10 32 


9 4 


8 4<5 


11 3 


9 a5 


11 II 


a 38 


9 a 


3 '9 


8 10 


8-8 


Th.1 


911 II 


9 4 


"5' 


9 5 


10 fi 


II 10 


10 44 


II 11 


4 3 


8 9 


4 44 


8 8 


9-8 


t 3 


— 




39 


9 7 


II 22 


12 


1' 57 


la 3 


5 "4 


8 9 


5 59 


8 II 


10.8 


S. 3 


1 L 4 


9 9 


1 33 




— 


- 


28,12 7| 


639 


9 3 


653 


9 9 


i[-S 


-iu.,«^spr.«j-6itr8 


n. 


go. 2'- 1 


go. yi. 1 


Equation of Time at Noon. 1 


ILD. 


M. a. 




V.D 


M. S. 




M.T.. 


K. B. 




^. 


>. M. 1. 




I 


3 45 


Sub 


9 


7 19 


3ub. 


17 


10 19 


Sub 


25 


la 3^ 


Sub. 




4 13 






7 44 




j8 






2t 


12 48 




3 


4 41 




11 


8 8 




19 


10 58 






13 ' 




4 


5 9 






8 31 






II 16 






13 'a 




5 


5 36 




'3 


8 54 




21 


u 33 




a^ 


13 a3 






6 3 




14 


9 16 






11 50 




3= 


13 33 




7 


6 38 




'5 


9 38 




a3 


12 6 




3 


13 43 




8 


654 




16 


9 59 




24 


12 21 











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TIDE TABLES FOR THE 










JANUARY, 1863. 


s <■ 


\-lt 


GREENOCK. 


LIVERPOOL. 


PEMBEOKE. 


1- 


3 85 








MOBMNO. 


AlraaNOOH. 


MoBKtKO. 


ApTBBHOaN. 


MotXIKB. 


AmCBKOfHI. J 






Tin«. 


Height. 


Time. 


BeiKht 


Time 


Height. 


Tims 


Ueight 


Time. 


HBiBht. 


'Time. 


[»«... 






.1. M. 








II. M. 




n. H 




R. H 




a. IL 


». I. 


Th. 


1 9a33 


9 10 


I ■* 


9 39 


S ■' 


83 


20 9 


9 - 


21 3 


3 3 


'5 " 


3 3 


■6 4 


F. 


a to 30I.0 5 


8 e 


to 31 


8 7 


9 2 


31 8 


9 5 




4 3 


16 10 


4 3 


>' 3 


S. 


311 9 


10 5a 


8 8 


li 13 


8 9 




32 6 




23 9 


4 5-1 


17 8 


5 I 


^iS 


*. 


411 57 


" i3 


8 10 


I' 54 


8 II 


10 4 


23 I 


u 


13 5 


5 3 


18 4 


5 5 


'18 3 


M. 


i norn 


— 


— 


la 


9 ' 


[I 24 


13 9 


11 4 


3+ 


6 1 


19 


63 


[■9 S 


Tu. 


6 44 


31 


9 3 


49 


9 3 


— 


— 





34 2 


652 


'9 5 


7 S 


•9 ! 


W. 


I 1 30 


• 7 


9 3 


I 24 


9 4 


I 


H 5 


.3 


H 7 


7 ^5 


.9 8 


7 4 


,9 
19 8 


Th. 


8 3 ,4 


I 40 


9 4 


I 57 


9 5 


5 


34 8 


I 


H 7 


7 5 


19 9 


8 1^ 


F. 


9 3 ,58 


a 13 


9 5 


2 31 


9 5 


I 2 


14 5 


I 4 


H 3 


8 3^ 


19 7 


85 


■9 S 


a > 


034' 


a 48 


9 4 


3 7 


9 4 


I 5 


34 1 


a I 


^3 9 


9 S 


19 2 


9 a 


18 m 


ft ' 


1 4 3,; 


3 34 


9 3 


3 4» 


9 3 


2 3. 


13 .5 


a 5 


23 1 


9 4^ 


18 6 


to 


18 » 


M. 1 


a 5 13 


4 a 


9 I 


4 32 




3 ' 


" 9 


3 3 


33 3 




17 10 


10 4 


■7 S 


Tu.i 


360 


446 


a Ji 


5 " 


8 9 


3 5 


31 9 


4 2. 


21 4 


11 4 


16 11 


11 3 


■« S 


W. 1 


4 6 53 


5 39 


^ ^ 


6 u 


8 6 


4 5 




5 3 


20 9 


II jC 


16 3 







Th.i 


5 7 5° 


fi 49 


8 i 


7 30 


8 5 


6 ij 


30 9 


•55 


21 


3 


16 1 




16 3 


F. I 


6 8 50 


8 11 


8 7 


10^0 


8 9 


7 41: 


31 6 


8 3 


32 2 


1 5S 


16 6 


3 4" 


17 » 


S. I 


7 9 54 


9 23 


8 II 




9 » 


8 5^ 


33 


9 2. 


23 10 


3 23 


17 II 


3 5f 


18 9 


ft ' 


8,05; 


to 33 


9 4 


11 I 


9 6 


9 5 


34 9 


10 I 


2J 6 


4 3i 


19 7 


5 ■I 


30 J 


M. I 


91. 58 


11 39 


9 9 


M 56 


9 10 


10 43 


36 3 


II ^ 


26 8 


5 3, 




6 


31 7 


Tu. 1 


oa56 






23 




'I 3. 


37 2 


I' 5E 


27 e 


6 2(5 




6 5= 


33 5 


W. 1 


I 1 50 


4; 


10 a 




10 3 








27 8 


7 '3 


22 6 


7 3. 


aa 5 


Th. 3 


a a 41 


■ 35 


10 2 


'56 


to a 


4„ 


37~8 


I C 


27 6 


7 5. 


32 3 


Hi 


33 


P. 2 


3 3 30 


3 16 




3 3fi 




I 3 


37 2 


t 4 


36 7 


8 38 




ai 


S. 1 


4 4-8 


3 5" 


9 10 


3 16 


9 8 


2 


35 ij 




15 I 


9 -S 


20 4 


9 3i 


■ 9 8 


ft ' 


5 5 4 


3 35 


9 6 


3 5.5 


id 


2 4( 


»4 5 


3 , 


*3 7 


9 5^ 


18 II 


10 H 


18 a 


M 1 


< 5 5- 


4 '5 




4 35 


3 a. 


32 8 


3 4 


31 9 


10 31 


'7 5 


1° 5 


16 8 


ra.» 


7 6 39 


4 57 


8 8 




8 5 


4 ic 


3t 


4 3 


30 2 




r5 10 


II 3S 


■J » 


W. 1 


a 7 a? 


5 5' 


8 2 


6 27 


8 


5 "^ 


19 6 


5 4-; 


19 ! 


— 




IC 


,4 a 


Th.i 


9 8 Id 


7 6 


7 '^ 


7 47 


2 " 


6 3-1 


18 tj 


7 1 


19 C 


4- 


14 5 


r 3 


•4 4 


1- ' 


° 9 5 


8 a8 


7 I' 


^ ^ 


8 I 


7 5 


19 3 


83^ 


19 9 


3 iC 


>4 7 


a 5 


15 » 


S. 3 


t 9 53 


9 40 


8 3 


10 8 


8 4 


9 . 


30 4 


9 3 


3[ 


3 3-1 


15 7 


4 ^ 


16 3 


«'»»™w«) 4»- 10'"- 


,3«. oi"- 


10«- 6'- 1 


nam of Ihc Mom. 


Moou's Declination at Noon. | 


D. □. M. 


HD 




ItB. 




MD 


/ 


UD 


» 


Full ----- 5 ,^ ,31 Morning. 


I 2 


IN.4^ 


9 


4». 7 


17 a 


2 8. 25 


»5 


arr. 7 


Last Qufirter - 13 o 6 Morning. 


3 2 


1 39 




OB.41 


18 2 


42 


3<i 


5 58 


New 19 4 a Afternoon. 


3 2 


2 33 




5 34 


19 


7 3° 


37 


9 t 


Firat Quarter - a(5 4 54 Afternoon. 


4 » 


I 36 


13 I 


18 




3 Ji 


38 






5 ' 


9 =3 


13 I 


4 40 




8 8 


39 1 


a 33 


In Apogee - - ,3 a Afternoon. 


6 1 


6 39 


14 I 


8 33 


33 


2 46 


30 


a 35 


In Perigee - - 18 j Afternoon. 


7 ' 


3 52 


15 = 


1 7 


n 


2N.34 


3" 


I 4(S 


In Apogee - - 30 13 Miduigiit. 


8 


8 42 


16 3 


a 33 


34 


7 36 







BBITISH AND IBISH PORTa 



JANUARY, 1863. 




5 


WESTON-SUPEB-MABE. 


HOLYHEAD. 


KINGSTOWN. 




* 


1 
E 


MOHKINO. 


ArTEBnOON. 




Aj^kkhooh. 


M,„... 


Aftebxoox. 






Time. 


Hdght. 


TtaB. 


HBlghl. 


Time. 


Height. 


Tina. 


Height 


Tim*. 


Btdeht. 


TinB. 


Helglit 










r. 




H. !£. 










H. M. 










H. M. 






D. 


rh. 


I 


3 37 


39 


1 


4 10 


39 




7 33 


12 11 


8 


13 a 


8 33 


9 


a 


8 5' 


9 


3 


11.3 


F. 


1 


4 41 


30 


3 


5 10 


31 




8 34 


13 5 


8 47 


'3 8 


9 18 


9 


5 


9 44 


9 


6 


13-3 


S. 


3 


5 34 


31 


S^ 


5 J7 


33 




9 5 


13 10 


9 34 


14 I 


10 4 


9 


8 


10 23 


9 


10 


13-3 


»■ 


4 


6 18 


32 


10 


6 40 


33 




9 43 


14 3 


10 I 


14 6 


IQ 39 


10 





.038 


10 


a 


14-3 


M. 


5 


6 ^8 


i3 


10 


7 17 


34 




10 18 


14 8 


10 34 


14 10 


II 14 


10 


3 


11 3' 


10 


4 





To 


6 


7 3.^ 


34 


8 


7 .5» 


25 




10 49 


14 II 


" 5 


'5 


II 48 


10 


4 




— 




.6-3 


W. 


7 


8 8 


?5 


3 


8 33 


35 




ti 30 


15 I 


II 35 


'5 1 


6 


10 


5 


13 


10 


5 


•T3 


n 


^ 


8 39 


35 


4 


^^1 


35 




11 53 


'5 I 






39 


10 


5 


57 


10 


4 


.8-3 


F. 


9 


9 11 


35 


3 


9 a8 


35 




13 


'5 


31 


1+ II 


I 15 


10 


3 


• 34 


10 


3 


19'3 


s. 


K 


9 45 


34 


S 


10 I 


34 




5' 


14 10 


I II 


.4 8 


I 53 


10 


J 


3 II 


10 


° 


30-3 


»' 


II 


10 16 


33 


8 


10 32 


33 




I 31 


f4 5 


' 51 


'4 3 


3 31 


9 


11 


» Ji 


9 


10 


.1-3 


u. 


13 


10 49 


33 


5 


11 9 


31 




3 13 


14 


3 36 


13 9 


3 13 


9 


8 


3 35 


9 


7 


33-3 


Fn. 


'3 


II 31 


30 




" 59 


30 




3 » 


13 6 


3 33 


13 3 


4 


9 


5 


4 30 


y 


3 


t 


W. 


»4 








31 


as 




4 5 


13 I 


4 4'* 


13 


5 a 


9 




5 35 


9 




■4-3 


n. 




I 8 


39 


7 


I 50 


39 




5 31 


13 


6 a 


13 3 


6 13 


9 


1 


6 49 


9 


a 


»5-3 


F. 


16 


3 33 


30 


4 


3 16 


31 




6 40 


13 e 


7 16 


13 10 


7 37 


9 


5 


8 4 


9 


8 


.6-3 


S. 


17 


358 


33 




4 36 


33 




7 49 


'4 3 


8 19 


14 9 


840 


9 




9 «3 




a 


•7'3 


» 


18 


5 '3 


34 


II 


5 45 


36 




8 48 


•5 3 


9 13 


'5 9 


9 46 


10 


5 


10 la 


10 


9 


38-3 


M. 


*9 


6 14 


37 


4 


643 


38 




9 38 


16 2 


10 3 


16 6 


.036 


II 





10 5p 


II 


3 


• 


To. 


10 


7 9 


38 




7 34 


39 




10 26 


16 9 


10 47 


16 11 


It 33 


II 


5 


II 46 


II 


6 


0-8 


W. 


11 


7 .?/ 


39 


8 


8 19 


39 




u 8 


17 


n 30 


16 11 




— 




10 


II 


(5 


1-8 


rh. 


33 


8 39 


19 


6 


8 59 


39 




II 53 


16 10 


— 


— 


33 


II 


5 


5^ 


II 


4 


1-8 


F. 


>3 


9.8 


38 


6 


9 36 


37 


9 


14 


16 7 


36 


,6 , 


I 17 


ti 




I 39 


II 




3-8 


s. 


»4 


9 55 


36 


8 


10 11 


35 


7 


59 


t5 "I 


I 31 


15 5 


a 


10 


9 


2 32 


10 


6 


4-8 


». 


>5 


10 3; 


34 


4 


10 43 


33 





r 43 


15 


3 5 


H « 


3 43 


10 


3 


3 5 


10 





5-8 


M. 


3lj 


II 


31 


8 


II 19 


30 


5 


3 37 


14 


3 50 


13 6 


3 36 


9 


8 


348 


9 


5 


J 


ru. 


37 


II 43 


aj) 










3 15 


13 


3 45 


" 7 


4 14 


9 




4 43 




II 


7-8 


w. 


iB 




18 


J 


046 


37 


3 


4 19 


13 3 


458 


u 


5 15 


8 


8 


S5» 


8 


6 


8-8 


J' 


19 


I 36 


36 


10 


2 8 


36 


10 


5 39 


II II 


6 18 


iz 


637 


8 


C 


7 5 


8 


6 


9-8 


JC 


a 50 


37 


I 


3 30 


»7 


7 


6 56 


13 1 


7 31 


11 4 


7 43 


8 


8 


8 ,8 


8 


10 


10-8 


8. 


Ji 


4 8 


18 


5 


4 +1 


39 


4 


8 I 


13 8 


837 


13 


853 


9 


° 


930 


9 


* 


II-8 


Hiir M«ui Sprinc 


j-jg^ 7<". 




8"- 0'"- 


5«-6^ 


£y«aiM)M 0/ Time at Noon. 



H. & 




KD. 


M. ■. 






M. B. 




M.D. 




3 45 


Sob. 


9 


7 19 


Sub. 


17 


10 19 


Sub. 


3S 


1= 35 


4 13 






7 44 






10 39 




aO 


13 48 


4 41 




II 








10 58 








5 9 




13 


»3i 






II 16 




38 


13 13 


5 36 




13 


854 




31 


II 33 




aq 


13 33 






14 


9 16 






II 50 




30 


13 33 






■1 


9 38 




31 






31 


13 43 


054 






9 59 




34 


13 31 









TIDE TABLES FOB THE 















FEBRUARY, 


1863 










i3 


I 


."i 


BEEST. 


DBVONPORT. 




PORTSi 


M 




%% 


















& 


£ 


S^ 


MOBRTIIO. 


AraaHOON. 


HoKlttHO. 


Afterkoon. 


MoRKisa. 








Tune. |H.isht. 


TtelB. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hfllght. 


■mne. 


Height. 


TlBif. iHelg-ht. 








». «. F. I. 


H. M. 




B. H. 




H. M. 








i- 


1 


ioa4i 


3 i6ii4 II 


a 37 


'5 7 


3 5 


•3 3 


4 It 


12 


11 


10 10, 10 9, 


M. 




II a; 


a 55,16 1 


3 13 


.6 9 


4 3S 


13 J' 


5 ■; 


'3 


6 


10 51,11 4 


Tu 


3 


morn. 


3 3s'i7 4 


3 49 


'^ 9 


5 ^ 


'4 7 


5 4 


|H 


I 


.1 28:11 9 


W. 


4 


12 


4 .siia I 


4 31 


<8 4 


55S 


'5 « 


6 15 


/+ 


S 


1 


Tl 


3 


J6 


438 


i3 7 


4 33 


.8 9 


6 33 


'5 4 


■55= 


!h 


11 


,3,. 3 


P. 





1 4a 


5 8 


i3 10 


5 ^4 


18 10 


7 C 


'5 5 


7 ac 


14 


10 


,5i,i2 5 


S. 




1 aj 


5 41 


18 9 


5 57 


18 8 


7 3^ 


•5 4 


7 5= 


14 


9 


' T 1 


»■ 


8 


3 ro 


615 


18 5 


63a 


18 a 


8 5 


15 ° 


8 aE 


'4 


5 


■ i9i" .il 


M. 


9 


3 i8 


«5' 


.7 9 


7 10 


17 a 


8 4. 


14 5 


9 


14 




2 33|i» 3 


Tn. 




4 48 


7 31 


16 7 


7 55 


'5 1' 


9 iS 


13 I' 


9 3S 


13 


7 


3 ,,|,. ,0' 


W. 


II 


5 4^ 


8 20 


J5 3 


8 49 


.+ 8 


10 3 


'3 4 




13 


1 


3 53! 1 1 3| 


Th. 




6 39 


9 12 


14 3 


10 3 


14 


■° 5S 


12 9 


II 3<: 


12 


8 


446,0 8. 


F. 


13 


7 39 


10 50 


14 


11 40 


14 4 






IC 


13 


3 


5 ,5«i° "• 


S. 


14 


8 40 




_ 


36 


14 10 


55 


12 9 


I 4. 


13 


7 


; aSio 3, 


*. 


i; 


9 40 


1 6 


^5 « 


I 40 


16 5 


a 27 


i3 6 


3 1= 


13 


5 


8 j; I, ij 


M. 


16 


10 39 


a 8 


'7 5 


» 34 


18 3 


3 48 


'4 7 


4 I 


14 


4 


to 1,12 D 


Tu. 


17 


I' 34 


2 58 


19 2 


3 ai 


19 9 


4 4^ 


15 7 


5 I. 


15 


a 


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3 


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4 


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20 


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5 


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25 




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In Perigee-- 15 11 Afternoon. 


7 


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In Apogee- - a; 6 Afternoon. 


8 


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FEBRUARY, 1863. 


c 


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Time. 


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Time. 


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TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



FEBRUARY, 1863. 


T- 

s 


3 •; s 


HARWICH. 


HCLL. 




SUHDEKLAND. 


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Aftsbnooh. 


MoBXina, 


Aftehhoon. 


MOHKIKO 




Apiebkcx 




Tlmp. 


HBight. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hci 


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Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


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17 3 


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17 


9 


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6 


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II 


M. 


iti aj 


II 31 


10 6 


II 40 


10 9 


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l3 2 


5 5(> 


18 


7 


2 33 




3 


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Tu. 


3 "oi-n. 


II 59 


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— 




6 15 


19 


634 


19 


4 


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3 ^8 


13 


W. 


4! Ja 


18 


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35 


11 2 


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19 8 


7 9 


20 





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Th. 


J 056 


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11 3 


I 6 


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20 3 


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14 


F. 


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20 7 


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30 


8 


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3 


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14 


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20 9 


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30 


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II a 


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19 11 


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19 


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T 


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18 
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New i8 3 6 Morning. 

First Quarter 35 034 Afternoon. 




7 30 
3 55 
9 53 

5 33 


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13 
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33 


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In Perigee - - i j 1 1 o Afternoon, 


6 


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35 


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S 


4 s. 17 
9 3 


15 

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23 
34 


17 


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30 







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13 



FEBRUARY, 1863. 




NORTH SHIELDS. 


LEITH. 


THURSO. 


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MORNIKO 


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height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 






H. M. 


P. 


I. 


H. If. 


F. I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


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P. I. 


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F. 


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D. 


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12 


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a 44 


15 5 


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15 8 


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la 


8 


9 2 


la 10 


15.8 


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5 4 I? 


la 


9 


4 33 


la II 


3 14 


15 10 


3 29 


15 11 


9 17 


la 


II 


9 33 


13 o|i6-8 1 


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6 4 49 


13 





5 6 


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b. 


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la 


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15 9 


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14 


a 


4 aa 


H 3 


a 58 


17 4 


3 18 


17 5 


9 6 


14 


5 


9 a6 


14 4 


1-4 


F. a 


4 4a 


H 


3 


5 a 


H I 


3 38 


17 4 


3 58 


17 a 


9 47 


14 


a 


10 8 


13 II 


2*4 


3. a 


I 5 23 


13 


10 


5 43 


13 


4 18 


16 II 


4 37 


16 7 


10 a7 


13 


7 


10 46 


13 a 


3-4 


». a 


a 6 a 


13 


a 


6 ai 


la 10 


4 5^ 


16 3 


5 15 


ij 10 


II 6 


la 


9 


II aj 


la 3 


4-4 


M. a 


3 6 39 


la 


5 


6 58 


la 


5 34 


^5 5 


5 54 


14 II 


II 46 


11 


8 


— 


— 


5'4 


Tu,2 


4 7 17 II 


6 


7 39 


II 


6 14 


14 4 


6 36 


'3 9 


6 


11 


a 


a7 


10 7 


6*4 


W.2 


584 


10 


4 


8 30 


9 10 


6 5$ 


113 I 


7 25 


la 7 


51 


10 





I 15 


9 <5 


J 


Th.2 


690 


9 


5 


9 38 


9 a 


7 54 


. la a 


8 31 


II si 


I 45 


9 


I 


a aa 


8 S 


8-4 


F. a 


,710 ao 


9 





II 4 


9 


9 13 


II 6 


9 59 


II 5 


3 6 


8 


5 


3 55 


8 4 


9-4 


S. 2 


,8 11 47 


9 


I 






10 4c 


HI 7 


II 18 


II 9 


4 40 


8 


4 


5 19 


8 <3 


io«4 


HiUfM«n Spring J gft. gin- j Qtt. 2^^' 


5ft. yin. 1 


Equation of Time at Noon. 


lf.D. 


X. 8. 






ILD. 


X. R. 




X.D. 


X. B. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




I 


13 5' 


Sub. 


9 


14 39 


Sub. 


17 


14 17 


Sub. 


25 


13 21 


Sub. 


a 


^3 59 






10 


14 30 




18 


14 la 




a6 


13 II 




3 


14 5 






II 


14 30 




19 


14 7 




27 


13 




4 


14 II 






la 


14 30 




ao 


14 I 




a8 


12 49 




5 


14 16 






13 


14 a9 




ai 


13 54 










6 


14 ai 






14 


14 a7 




aa 


13 47 










7 


14 a4 






15 


14 a4 




23 


13 39 










8 


14 a7 






16 


14 ai 




H 


13 30 











Sie tiiiMSof Hi^ Water an giren for Mean Time at Place ; if Greeninch or BaUwaj 1^ 

6m. L LumaddlSm. | Txvsso addlkm. 



14 










TIDE TABLES FOE THE 














FEBRUARY, 1863. 




i 


1^ 




GREENOCK. 


LIVERPOOL. 




PEMBROKE. 1 


a 


a 












■ 


I 


i 


i^ 














APTEaNOOS. 


— ■ 


Attbhnook. 


MORSISO. 


AfteshockI 








TimB. 


Hdght. 


Time. 


HoiBht, 


Tline. 


Hdght. 


Tlroe. 


H^.t. 


TtoB. 


Height. 


nma 


Bri^ 






u. u. 


B. K. 


























t- 


I 


]oa4i 


10 3' 


"s '(5 


10 5a 


'h 'a 


9 5a 


31 7 


io 12 


a2 


3 


4 59 


16 10 


4 53 


;i 


M. 


a 


11 17 


11 12 


8 9 


"I 33 


8 II 


10 30 


33 10 


10 47 


23 


4 


5 17 


iS 


538 


Tu. 


■3 




11 Si 


9 J 




— 


II C 


33 10 


II 23 


34 


3 


5 5; 


19 


6 15 


19 


"W. 


4 


11 


11 


9 a 


o'~38 


9 4 


II 40 


34 9 


II 57 






631 


19 II 


648 


M 


Th 


.^ 


56 


45 


9 6 


1 I 


9 : 






13 


35 


5 


7 4 


30 6 


7 19 


10 


r. 


6 


I 40 


I 18 


9 8 


I 35 


9 8 


ag 


35 8 


46 


^5 


9 


7 35 


ao 9 


7 51 


■0 


s. 


7 




I 50 


9 9 


2 7 


9 9 




35 10 


I 18 


a5 


a 


8 7 


30 8 


8h 


10 ] 


* 


8 


3 10 


a 34 


9 8 


a 41 


9 8 


' 34 


3J 6 


I 5' 


>5 


a 


84^ 


ao 4 


9 a 


10 1 


td. 


9 


3 J8 


3 59 


9 7 


3 "7 


9 5 


3 8 


34 9 


3 27 


34 


4 


9 '9 


.9 8 


9 37 


'g 


Tn. 




448 


3 35 


9 4 


3 55 


9 a 


3 46 


33 9 


3 5 


23 


a 


9 55 


18 7 


10 ij 


18 1 




W. 


11 


.S 4» 


4 17 


9 1 


4 4^^ 


8 11 


3 28 


33 7 


3 53 


31 


JC 


10 39 


'I ^ 


11 4 


16 ; 




Th. 


12 


6 39 


5 10 


8 8 


5 43 


8 6 


4 34 




5 ° 


30 


7 


II 31 


16 3 


— 


— 




F. 


i3 


7 39 


6 aa 


8 4 


7 6 


8 3 


5 44 


ao 4 


'S 34 




5 


6 


15 II 


47 


'5 9 




a 


'4 


8 40 


7 53 


8 4 


8 38 


8 e 


7 ^3 




8 6 


21 


d 


I 38 


16 


a a8 


16 •} 




*. 


'.5 


9 40 


9 J9 


8 9 


9 53 


9 


8 46 


22 5 


9 ifi 


^3 


4 


3 " 


17 4 


3 48 


18 4 




M. 


16 


10 39 


10 13 


9 3 


.0 50 


9 6 


9 43 


34 4 


10 9 


"5 




4 33 


19 3 


4 53 


30 3 




Tu. 


'7 


I' 34 


II 16 


9 8 


11 42 


9 10 


10 33 


a6 I 


10 5f 


36 


8 


5 ao 


30 II 


5 47 


31 ti 




W. 


18 


3 a 27 






5 




II 18 


37 2 


II 40 


27 




6 9 




6 3 






Th. 


•9 


I 17 


28 


10 1 


5° 


10 3 









»7 


9 


653 


33 7 


7 13 


33 8 


1 


F. 


JO 


a 6 


1 II 


10 3 


I 32 


10 3 


22 


37 la 


43 


37 


9 


7 33 


33 6 


7 53 


33 $ 




8. 


11 


^ 55 


I 5a 


10 a 


a 11 


10 1 


I 3 


»7 5 




36 




8 II 


31 10 


8 as 


ai 3 


\ 


«. 


az 


3 43 


3 38 


9 " 


3 47 




I 38 


36 3 


I 56 


^5 


6 


6 48 


30 8 


9 e 


30 < 


\ 


M. 


»3 


4 3i 


3 i 


9 7 


3 11 


9 4 


3 14 


H 9 


a 3a 


13 


11 


9 ^4 


19 3 


9 4 


18 e 


\ 


Tu. 


M 


5 30 


3 3f 




3 58 




% 5c 


33 


3 S 






9 58 


17 8 


10 iC 


16 10 




W. 


1.? 


6 10 


4 18 


8 f 


4 40 


3 5 


3 25 


31 I 


3 5 


30 


3 


io3fi 


16 


10 5« 


15 3 




Th 


16 


6 59 


S 5 


8 3 


5 37 


8 


4 JS 


19 5 


4 5. 


18 


9 


11 24 


14 6 


II 5S 


14 I 




F. 


»7 


7 47 


6 ij 


7 10 


659 


7 8 


5 37 


18 4 


6 aC 


r8 




— 


— 


4c 


13 n 




B. 


18 


835 


7 43 


7 8 


8 33 


7 10 


7 13 


18 6 


7 5J 


18 


la 


I aC 


13 II 


3 I 


14 • 




H.,«„s,«.,, 4«. 10,.. 


13a. yln. 


JOB. gin. 




Phaset of the Moon. 


^aon'i Declination at Noon. 






M.D. 


< 


«... 


a 


/ 






|m.d. 


' 




D. n, u. 

Fall 3 10 15 Afternoon. 

Last Quarter- ir lo 46 Morning. 

New 18 3 6 Morning. 

First Quarter aj 34 Afternoon. 


3 

4 
5 


7 20 
3 55 
9 53 
5 " 


9 

IQ 
tl Q 

13 


3a 

7 


38 

18 
15 
3 
39 




10B.30 
5 17 
OK. 7 
5 23 

13 


35 
36 


31 H.53 
33 33 

" 55 
10 37 




Tn Perigee-- 15 11 Afternoon. 


6 


35 


>4 


8 

5 


^5 


33 


4 H 








InApogee--37 6 Afternoon. 


2 


S. I) 

9 3 


15 
i<5 


55 


:: 


7 49 









» of High Water an gfrc 



BBITISH AND IRISH POETS. 



FEBRUARY, 1863. 




E 
1 


WESTON-SDFER-MABE. 


HOLYHEAD. 


KINGSTOWN. 


!l 




UoRMno. 


Attuuioon. 


HoBMica. 


Aftwuiooii. 


MoBxno. 


AnsBnoon. 






line. 


Hdtht 


Time. 


B^, 


»». 


HiHsht 


Time. 


Ht^Bbt 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Helglit 








B. K. 




I- 


H. W. 


w. 


L 


-. «. 




H. M. 




H. H. 


F. L 


H. H. 


F. L 






I 


J 8 


30 4 


5 33 


31 


4 


848 


■3 5 


9 7 


■3 9 


9 44 


9 5 


10 6 


9 7 


13-8 




3 


J 50 


3a 3 


6 16 


33 


3 


9 35 


14 1 


9 43 


'4 5 


10 34 


9 10 


10 41 


10 


13-8 


I 


3 


6 38 


34 » 


«57 


34 


8 


10 


14 9 


10 17 


'5 


10 58 


10 3 


11 14 


'o JJ 


o„ 




+ 


l\i 


35 4 


7 3» 


35 


II 


10 33 


■5 3 


.0 47 


■5 6 


11 39 


10 7 


" 45 


10 8 


•51 


1 


5 


36 6 


8 3 


36 


S 




'5 8 


>' 15 


■5 9 




— 


1 


10 9 


i6-8 




6 


8 ,9 


3<Sii 


834 


^l 


( 


II 30 


15 '" 


1.46 


■ 5 " 


17 


10 9 


34 


10 <, 


'I'l 




7 


8 30 


37 


9 « 


36 


10 


— 


— 


4 


■5 9 


50 


10 9 


» 7 


10 ., 


i8-8 


• 


8 


9 aa 


36 6 


10 f 


36 


a 


aa 


■5 8 


41 


•5 <5 


■ 35 


10 8 


1 44 


10 ( 


I9-8 




9 


9 ii 


3 


« 




34 


8 


1 1 


'^ 1 




15 < 




lo 4 


3 33 


10 2 


20-8 


1 




10 a; 


33 9 


10 44 


3a 


10 


I 43 


14 8 


3 5 


14 3 


a 43 




3 5 


9 ic 


ai-8 




11 


II 6 


3 


9 


II 31 


30 


7 


a 39 


13 n 


'5? 


.3 6 


3 39 


9 8 


3 56 


9 . 




i 


13 


— 




- 


3 


39 


9 


3 30 


13 3 


4 8 


13 10 


4 39 


1.; 


i t 


9 = 


33-8 




'3 


41 


a9 a 


I 36 


39 


I 


4 53 


13 9 


5 39 


13 10 


5 45 


6 38 


9 = 


34-8 




14 


a 14 


'9 5 


3 


30 


3 


6 34 


■3 I 


7 4 


■3 5 


7 I' 


9 3 


7 Ji 


9 . 


ay8 




i^ 


3 45 


3 


5 


4 a6 


3a 


9 


8 39 


13 11 


8 13 


■4 <i 


831 


9 8 


9 5 


10 c 


a6-8 




i( 


S 1 


34 4 


5 33 


3j; 


9 


■5 > 


9 4 


■S 7 


9 36 


10 ^ 


10 3 


10 


37-8 


1, 


\l 


6 1 


37 I 


6 38 


38 





9 37 


16 I 


9 SO 


■« 5 


10 36 




10 47 


11 


38S 




«5. 


38 9 


7 14 


39 


4 




16 9 


10 31 


16 II 


II 7 


II 4 


11 38 


11 c 


• 


i 


»9 


55? 


39 lo 


7 57 


39 


II 


10 50 


>7 1 


II 9 


'I ' 


II 49 


II 7 


— 


— 


'■4 






39 9 


8 36 


39 


^ 


II 33 


17 


11 48 


16 




II 6 


31 




2-4 




ai 


854 


38 9 


9 10 


38 




— 




8 


16 6 


J3 


II 4 




" 


3-1 




la 


9 a, 


37 " 


9 43 


36 


I 


37 


16 3 


47 


'5 S 


I 30 


10 II 


I 49 


10 


4-4 




^3 


9 59 


3 


t >o 


lo 13 


33 


7 


I 7 


■5 3 


I 37 


14 8 


3 8 


10 4 


3 38 


xo 


5'4 


1 


>4 


10 aS 


3 


a a 


10 44 


30 


9 


■ 47 


14 3 


3 9 


■3 7 


3 47 


9 9 


3 8 


9 ^ 


6-4 




».S 


'I 3 


a 


) 5 


11 a6 


38 




3 3a 


13 1 


3 56 


13 7 


3 31 


9 a 


3 5i 


8 I 




1 


36 


■■ 57 


a 


7 I 


— 




— 


3 36 


13 I 


4 3 


II 9 


4 34 


8 8 


J • 


8 


8-4 




>7 


35 


a6 3 


I 18 


26 





446 


II 6 


5 33 


II 6 


5 39 


8 3 


6 31 


8 


9'4 




aS 


a 4 


16 I 


3 45 


i(S 


6 


6 14 


II 8 


653 


II II 


7 I 


8 4 


7 39 


8 C 


10-4 


=S5r*^} IS"- 7'°- 


S'-O" 


5»- 6'°- 1 


Eqtiation of Time at iVoon. | 


JH. 


M. a. 




if.i>. 


M. ■. 




X.D. 


H. 1. 




JLD. 


M. B. 




I 


13 5> 


Sob. 


9 


14 39 


Sub. 


■7 


14 17 


Sub. 


»5 


13 31 


Sub 


a 


•3 59 






1430 




18 


14 13 




3(5 


13 11 




3 


'* 5 




11 


'430 




'9 


■4 7 




:i 


13 




4 


J4 II 




la 


14 30 




30 


14 I 




13 49 




5 


.4i« 




■3 


14 29 




31 


■3 54 










5 


14 ai 




■4 


14 37 




aa 


■3 47 










7 


14 24 




■5 


14 34 




33 


13 39 










B 


14 ij 




16 


14 31 




34 


13 30 











TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



FEBRUARY, 1863. 


a 


a 


«F.- 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDERHY. 


SLIGO BAY. 


i 


E 


li 






















1 


=e2 


MoaniMO. 


Afternooh. 


Mohhiho. 


Aftehsoom. 


JlORMSO. 


ArTEsf 








Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hdglit 


Time. 


Bel«ht. 


Time 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


E 






H. H. 


















H. M. 








t- 


I 


ioa4i 


9 aa 


8 '3 


9 41 


8 7 


15 3" 


6 4 


65 


6 6 


3 5a 


^ S 


4 9 




M. 


3 


II a; 




8 9 


10 18 


8 II 


7 ti 


fi 8 


1 3= 


6 10 


4 3fi 


9 8 


4 44 




Tu 


3 




io36 


9 


10 5a 


9 a 


7 50 


7 


8 


7 ^ 


5 2 


JO 3 


5 'o 




W. 


4 


la 


11 8 


9 3 


II 14 


9 3 


8 aa 


7 4 


83 


7 6 


5 37 


10 9 


5 53 




Th. 


5 


j6 


II 39 


9 4 


>■ 34 


9 4 


.8i> 


i7 7 


9 L 


7 7 


fi 9 


II 


6 33 




F. 


6 


1 40 






9 


9 4 


9 30 


7 6 


9 3. 


7 6 


6 m 


II 


6 55 




S. 


7 


» »5 


a5 


9 4 


43 


9 4 


9 5" 


7 5 


10 


7 4 


7 " 


10 10 


7 30 




i- 


8 


3 10 


I ', 


9 4 


I ao 


9 3 


10 33 


7 a 


10 4 


7 I 


7 47 


10 6 


^ ^ 


I 


M. 


9 


338 


I 40 


9 » 


a 


9 t 




fi ir 




6 8 


8 .4 


10 


8 44 




Tu. 


10 


448 


a a3 


9 


' 47 


8 10 


n 49 


6 5 


— 


— 


9 6 


9 6 


9 33 




W. 


11 


i 4a 


3 " 


8 8 


3 4= 


8 6 


ip 


6 3 


<^ 5i 


5 II 


10 4 


8 n 


10 39 




Th. 


13 


639 


4 II 


2 * 


4 4" 


8 3 


t 35 


5 9 




5 8 


II 18 


8 6 


IS 




F. 


13 


7 39 


,1 V 


8 a 


6 9 


8 1 


3 4 


5 9 


3 4 


5 I' 






43 




S. 


■4 


840 


<i35 


8 I 


738 


8 3 


4 a? 


6 2 


5 


6 5 


1 ag 


8 8 


3 10 




«. 


15 


9 40 


8 16 


8 6 


846 


8 9 


5 33 


6 8 


5 5* 


6 11 


3 49 


9 4 


3 17 




M. 


16 


10 35 


9 >3 


9 


9 39 


9 3 


6 33 


7 3 


6 45 


7 6 


3 43 


10 3 


4 6 




Ta. 


'7 


11 34 


10 3 


9 


10 a6 


9 « 


7 15 


7 9 


7 3S 


7 11 


4 ^9 


ri 3 


4 52 




W. 


18 


oaa7 


10 47 


9 9 


II 7 


9 10 


8 I 


3 I 


8 3 


1 ^ 5 


5 14 


Ji 9 


5 37 




Th 


tp 


I 17 




9 10 


11 47 


9 10 


841 


8 4 


9 •: 


8 3 


558 


13 1 


5 '^ 




F. 




a (S 


— 




6 


9 9 


9 18 


8 3 


9 3 


8 


6 3fi 


11 H 


6 5fi 




S. 


31 


a .(5 


a6 


9 9 


47 


9 8 


9 55 


7 10 




7 7 


7 iC 


II 5 


7 34 




«. 


21 


3 43 


I 6 


9 « 


I 3(5 


9 4 


10 39 


7 4 


10 4 


7 I 


7 53 


10 8 


8 II 


, 


M. 


^3 


4 3a 


t 4« 


9 " 


a 7 


9 


11 6 


6 9 


It 2 


6 5 


8 3S 


9 10 


8 48 




Tu 


14 


5 ao 


a 18 


8 10 


» .!' 


8 7 


■' 55 


6 I 


— 




9 'c 


9 


9 37 




W. 


15 


6 10 


3 t4 


8 4 


3 38 


8 a 


34 


5 8 


5 


5 5 


10 ^ 


8 3 


10 35 




Th 


i6 


« 59 


4 6 


8 


4 43 


7 'o 


I 31 


5 3 




5 I 


11 13 


7 9 


11 53 




F. 


17 


7 4; 


5 ao 


7 9 


6 a 


7 8 


" 58 


5 I 


3 4 


5 3 


— 




3^ 




S. 


18 


835 


645 


7 8 


7 =4 


7 8 


4 19 


5 5 


4 5 


5 8 


1 I£ 


7~8 


I 5" 




Hair M.an Sjjring) 4ft. qin. 


3»- 10'"- 


5ft. yin. 


rfituet of the Moon. 


Moon's Geclination at lioon. 




ILD 


, 


»LU. 




H.D- 


, 


M.I>. 





D. H. u. 
Full 3 10 25 Afternoon. 


• 


aoK. 


9 ' 


3 8. 33 
7 '8 


17 I 
18 


OS. 30 
5 17 

ON. 7 


»5 
3O 




Lust Quarter- 11 10 40 Moiniug. 


3 
4 

5 


13 5.5 
9 53 
5 aa 


■ 




'9 


27 




New 18 3 6 Morning. 


' 


2 3 

3 29 


5 22 


33 


1 


First Quarter 35 034 Afternoon. 


13 3 


11 I 






In Perigee - - 15 11 Afternoon. 


6 


35 


14 2 


I 25 
8 55 
5 »° 


23 » 

34 2 


4 24 
7 49 






lu Apogee - - a ? 6 Afternoon. 


§ 


48.17 
9 3 


;^ 







Tim fliHM nf High WnUiT m» gjwn far Mm UmB 1 Place i if Dublin or Biulwa; Time be n 
^ELWUinMraettm. t LonwaviUT add tm. | BuooBaiai' 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



IT 



FEBRUARY, 1863. 



GALWAY. 



Mo&imio. 



rime. 

L M. 



3 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

6 



6 
46 

23 

55 

»7 
o 

34 



7 8 

7 47 

8 30 

9 20 
o 26 

o 41 



Height. 
P. I. 



2 
2 



O 
58 

49 

34 
]6 

5 57 
^ 37 



3 
5 



7 15 

7 53 

8 33 

9 18 
o 21 

^ 47 
31 



II 
12 

13 
13 
14 
14 
14 

13 
12 

II 

II 

II 

II 



8 

61 

3 
II 

5 
8 

7 

3 

9 
II 

10 

I 

I 

4 



Aftebmooit. 



Time. 



12 4 

13 6 

14 8 

15 6 

16 o 

15 II 

15 5 



14 

13 
12 

10 

9 
9 
9 



6 

5 
2 

10 

II 

8 

9 



3 

4 

4 

5 

5 
6 

6 



28 

4 
40 

II 

43 
17 
50 



7 
8 



27 
8 

8 53 

9 50 
8 



Height. 
P. I. 

2 I 
2 II 

3 



II 



I 22 



2 

3 
4 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 
8 

8 

9 
II 



29 

^5 
12 

54 

37 
18 

55 

33 
12 

55 

45 
I 



QUEENSTOW^N. 



MoaiiiNO. 



Time. 

H. M. 



4 

4 
4 
4 



7 
3 

7 
8 



4 o 

3 4 

a 5 

I 5 

I o 



2 II 

4 I 

5 I 

5 i^ 

6 o 

5 9 

5 d 



4 o 
2 10 

I 5 

o 4 

9_a 

10 



Metn Spring) ytt. gin. 



3 

4 
4 
5 



»3 

7 

4^ 
20 

5 54 

6 27 

7 o 



Height. 
P. I. 



7 
8 



33 
10 



8 46 

9 31 

10 27 

11 52 
39 

8 
16 
10 

57 

43 
24 

3 



2 

3 
4 

4 

5 
6 

7 



7 39 

8 14 

8 48 

9 28 

10 21 

11 44 
o 29 



9 
10 

10 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 
II 
10 

9 
9 
9 
9 



7 

3 

9 

3 
6 

8 

8 

5 
I 

6 

II 

5 
3 
4 



Aptsbnook. 



Time. 

H. M. 



10 O 
10 10 



II 
12 
12 
12 
12 



8 
3 

7 
6 

2 



II 7 

10 10 

10 o 



9 
8 

8 

8 



3 
7 
3 
4 



3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

6 
7 



46 
27 

3 

37 
10 

43 
16 



Height. 

P. IJ 



7 51 

8 28 

9 <5 

9 5<5 
II 7 

1 H 

2 44 

3 44 

34 
20 

4 

44 
21 



4 

5 
6 

6 
7 



7 
8 

9 

9 
II 



57 

30 
8 

50 
o 



9 
10 

II 

II 

II 

II 

II 



II 
6 
o 

5 

7 
8 

6 



II 3 
10 10 

10 3 
9 d 
9 3 

9~8 



WATERFOBD. 



MORMIKO. 



10 
II 
12 
12 
12 
12 
II II 



4| 
3 

o 

5 
7 
5 



3 
6 



II 
10 

9 7 
8 II 

8 



8 6 



Lft. 



IQin. 



Time. 

H. M. 

3 38 

4 ^5 

5 8 

5 43 

6 14 

6 48 

7 21 

8 29 

9 3 

9 45 
10 49 

o 52 



Height. 

P. I. 

5 

I o 

1 6 

1 10 

2 2 

» 41 

^ 5 



2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 
7 



17 
31 
30 
20 

3 
44 
^5 



410 



8 o 

8 33 

9 5 
9 4» 

44 



o 42 



2 
2 
I 
o 
o 



3 
o 

61 

II 

3 



o 
I 

2 
2 

3 
3 

2 



9 

7 

5 
II 

2 

2 
II 



2 6 
I 10 
I I 

o 3 
9 * 



Aptbrhooh; 



Time. 
H. x. 



4 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 
7 



47 
26 

58 

31 

4 

37 



8 II 

8 46 

9 22 

10 13 

11 27 
o 9 

i 34 



4 

4 

5 
6 

7 



5^ 

2 

58 
4a 

!»* 

5 
4* 



3 
4 

4 



7 



I 
o 



8 16 
849 

9 22 

10 8 

11 21 

2 

1 20 



Height. 
P. I. 

10 
II 
II 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
II 
II 
10 
10 
10 
10 

II 

12 
12 

13 

13 

13 
12 

12 
II 
10 

9 

9 
9 
9 



o s 



8 

3 
8 

015 



12 
13 



8 
8 



16 

4|i7 
18 



19 
920 



^3 

»4 

4^5 



2 
o 
8 
I 

3 
I 

9 

2 

6 

8 

10 

2 
o 



21 



26 

a7 
28 

I 
2 



4 
5 



8 

9 
10 



8 
8 
8 
8 

a 

8 
8 

8 
8 
8 

8 
8 



4 

4 



4 
4 



4 
4 



gft. 2^ 









Equation of Time at Noon. 










M. 8. 




MJ). 


X. B. 


MJ). 


x. a. 




MJK 


x. a. 




13 51 


Sub. 


9 


14 39 


Sub. 


;i 


14 17 


Sub. 


^5 


13 »i 


Sub 


13 59 




10 


14 30 




14 12 




26 


13 II 




'4 5 




II 


14 30 




19 


14 7 




*2 


13 




[4 II 




12 


14 30 




20 


14 I 




28 


12 49 




14 16 




13 


14 ^9 




21 


13 54 










14 21 




14 


14 a7 




22 


13 47 










14 24 




15 


14 H 




a3 


13 39 










r4 27 




16 


14 21 




^4 


13 30 

* 











of High Water are giyen ibr Mean Time at Flaee ; if Duhlin or Railway Time be nqnired.— lor 
Qajlwax iMnvu I Qimmoini a<M 8 Bu I WAXSBTOBsadtfaai. 



18 








TIDE TABLES FOE THE 










MARCH, 1863. 


^ 1 


-■E 


BBEST. 


DEVONPOBT. 


POETSMO 


h 


il 








UoHKixa. 


Attebhooh. 


Moa«,». 


AC-IBKNOOH. 


MoRMlHa. 


A 






Time. 


Belght. 


Time. 


adgbt 


Time. 


Htigbt 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


HBisht 


1 




B. M. 






H. K. 


v. I. 


H. U. 


r. L 


K. U. 




IL It 






t- 


J gaii 


48 


13 


I aa 


13 8 


I Jf^ 


13 J 


3 3. 


II 8 


8 37 


9 9 


9 


M. 


110 7 


' H 


•4 5 


a 9 


'i I 


3 ic 


la II 


3 4 


la 7 


9 38 


10 6 


IG 


Tu. 


310 S^ 


2 28 


'5 11 


a 47 


16 8 


4 <! 


13 10 


4 3= 


'3 5 


10 33 


li 3 


10 


W. 


411 37 


3 3 


•I ^ 


3 ao 


18 


4 5a 


14 7 


5 " 


14 a 


10 59.1 11 


II 


Th, 


mom 


3 37 


18 6 


3 53 


18 11 


5 3 


15 a 


5 4S 


14 9 


.1 33 i2 4 


II 


F. 


ai 


4 9 


19 a 


4 a? 


'9 5 


6 t 


15 7 


6 a. 


»5 a 






s. 


I ? 


4 43 


19 7 


4 59 


19 8 


6 43 


15 10 


7 ■: 


15 fi 


231a JO 


Q 


* 


B M5 


5 16 


19 7 


5 34 


19 4 


7 i-l 


15 8 


7 3= 


•5 5 


591a 11 


I 


M. 


9 ^ 45 


5 5' 


19 a 


6 11 




7 4" 


15 4 


8 


15 ' 


I 34!ia 9 




Tu, 1 


3 3 39 


6 29 


.8 4 


650 


'7 ^ 


8 a4 


14 11 


8 4: 


14 8 




13 6 


3 


TV. I 


4 3J 


^ '3 


17 


7 39 


16 a 


9 3 


14 3 


9 3. 


14 


a 51 


12 


3 


Th.i 


1 i 33 


8 6 


'5 5 


8 35 


14 6 


9 47 


13 6 




13 , 


3 38 


'I 5 


4 


F. I 


J 6 31 


9 '■ 


'4 3 


9 53 


14 


10 41 


■ a 8 


II 1 


13 IC 


4 3a 


10 £ 


5 


6. I 


* 7 3' 


10 41 


14 


11 31 


•4 3 


12 c 


13 3 


— 


— 


5 4« 


10 a 


e 


*. > 


5 8 28 


_ 


— 


15 


14 9 


47 


13 n 


' 3 


la e 


7 20 


10 3 


a 


M. 1 


9 ^3 


55 


15 6 


r a7 


16 4 


a li 


13 7 


»5 


■3 5 


845 




s 


Tn. > 


10 ij 


J 53 


17 a 


a 19 


18 I 


3 3^ 


14 7 


4 „ 


>4 3 


9 47 


II IT 




W. I 


II 6 


2 40 


18 9 


3 a 


'9 5 


4 3C 




4 Sa 


'5 ' 


1036 


13 7 


ic 


Th r 


I' 55 


3 22 


19 11 


3 4a 


ao a 


5 18 




5 3S 


'5 8 


It iS 


13 I 




F. 1 


oa44 


4 " 


ao 3 


4 12 


20 3 


6 c 


16 .4 


6 2 


16 c 


II 58:13 3 




S. » 


1 3a 


4 4' 


20 I 


458 


19 10 


6 4c 


rfl 2 


6 55 


•5 9 


18 13 3 


c 


». " 


3 22 


5 ^6 


19 6 


5 34 


19 


7 13 


15 8 


7 as 


'5 4 


j8 13 


I 


M. 1 


3 I" 


1 ^^ 


18 6 


6 8 


'I " 


7 4« 


15 I 


8 2 


14 9 


I 34'ia 7 


I 


Tu.i 


4 • 


6 36 


17 3 


6 43 


16 6 


8 ig 


'4 3 


8 31 


14 □ 


2 913 r 


^ 


W. » 


4 51 


7 a 


'5 8 


7 "3 


14 10 


8 49 


13 4 


9 5 


'3 3 


2 44 


n 5 


3 


Th, 2 


^•^o 


2 *5 


14 I 


8 10 


'3 5 


9 34 


13. 5 


9 43 


12 5 


3 ^3 


10 9 


3 


F. 1 


6 28 


839 


13 10 


9 la 


'a 5 


10 5 


II 6 


10 35 


II 9 


4 7 


10 I 


4 


8. » 


7 M 


9 51 


la 3 


1036 


la 3 


11 5 


lo io 


II 4« 


M 6 


5 4 


9 5 


s 


* > 


8 c 


II 19 


12 6 


" 59 


ra II 


_ 





3c 


10 II 


6 26 


9 3 


7 


M. J 


845 




— 


34 


13 6 


I 10 


la 


I 49 


II 8 


7 46 


9 8 


^ 


Tu.j 


9 30 


' 4 


14 a 


I 31 


14 II 


3 28 


12 9 


258 


12 6 




9 


"■"SS?-"! 9»- 6"- 


7"- ff"- 


6'^ 4"- 


Pkaiet of the Moon. 


Jfoon's Decli 


flrton at Nooti. 


D. H. u. 


11.D. 


, 


M.D. 


, 


11.D 




».. 


Full ..'-- j; a 46 Anernoon. 


I 


8n. 6 


9 ' 


6b. 16 


'7 


78.15 




LMt Quarter - i» 6 55 Afternoon. 


a 


4 57 




9 36 


18 




a( 


New - 9 3 37 Afternoon. 


3 


I 7 


11 2 


I 29 


'9 


3N.13 




First Quarter- a? 8 58 Morning. 




6 46 


12 2 


a 15 




8 13 


3t 








13 2 


I 36 


21 


12 .39 




In Perigee - 15 7 Morning. 


6 


3 8.52 


14 • 


9 35 


22 


16 24 


3' 


In Apogee - - a? a Afternoon. 


7 


7 43 


'5 ' 


6 ao 


a3 


19 17 






8 


3 16 


16 I 


a 7 


a4 







TTH ttiMa rfHlgh Water ■FBgirgn fig IfamTlmiMKtctt If GrMnwich or Bailwij Time be n 
BBHioddUm, I DsToROZT aitd 17 m. I PoBraiioitiH a^ i 



BBITISH JlSD IBISH POKTS. 



MARCH, 1863. 



»- 

M. 

To. 

W. 

Th. 



9 

lo 25 



MOBHIHI}. AlTBIUIOOH. 



II 31 



10 44 

11 30 

I, j6 



MoKNivo. ArTZBirooif. 



9 37 
10 40 



MoBMnto. Abtkhxoom. 



Time. Hdght 



"S 
•5 7 



5 " 






»'4 
3 '4 
4'4 
O 
.6-4 

4r4 

8-4 



t 
13 '4 
'4'4 

iO"4 

4»7"4 

18-4 

■9 

■9 

8| 2-9 

- 3-9 

fi 4-9 

" J'' 
6-9 

I 



9.9 



9«. 7... 



».l). 








Equation of 


TVme 


at Noon 










M. CL 






M. a 




MD 


M. H 




ILD. 


M. S. 






" ,18 


Sab. 




10 48 


Sub. 




8 36 


Sub. 


a^ 


6 II 


Sub. 




11 36 






10 3a 




18 


8 18 




aft 


5 53 






13 13 






10 16 




19 






^l 


5 35 






la 












7 43 






5 16 




J 


n 46 






9 4+ 




21 


7 aj 




39 


4 58 




II 3a 






9 a? 






7 6 




:iu 


4 39 












9 10 




s,^ 


648 




31 


4 ai 






" 3 




16 


S53 




34 


6 30 











n>lbMafmghWMn-Mi 



I glren Ibr Hen Time U Place I if Oreeawich or BailTa;- Time be KqoiMd,— Cw 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



MARCH, 1863. 


i 

I 


5 

a 

X 

1 


li 


HARWICH. 


HULL. 


SU.NDEBLASD. 


MORNIBO. 


ArTBRjioon. 


MUHNIHG. 


Aftehnook. 


MOBKINQ. 


AFTEimooi 








Time. 


HeiRht. 


Time. 


Haght 


Time. 


Height 


Tiro« 


HHght 


Tim*. 


UdBht. 


Tim*. 


H«l|l 








H. V. 




a. H. 






















». 1 


Sb- 


1 


9111 


8 ^6 


9 5 


9 32 


9 


7 


3 18 


'5 6 


3 5 


16 1 


11 




3 


45 


10 


M. 


2 


10 7 


10 5 


9 10 


10 31 






4 28 


ifi 9 


45 


17 4 


I 17 




2 


1 41 


11 


Tu 


3 


to 53 


'o 53 


10 5 


II 13 


10 


1 


5 IS 


iS 


5 3 


■8 7 


a 3 




1 


a 34 


la 


W. 


4 


'I 37 


11 31 




II 49 




3 


548 


19 1 


6 


19 7 


2 43 




10 


3 I 


13 


Th 


,^ 


morn 


— 


— 


6 




4 


6 22 


19 11 


64 


30 4 


3 18 




7 


3 33 


13 I 


F. 


6 


21 


33 


II 6 


39 




7 


657 


20 8 


7 I 


31 


3 49 




3 


4 J 


14 


S. 


7 


J 7 


54 


11 8 






9 


7 30 


21 a 


7 4 


21 3 


4 31 




7 


4 37 


14 


»■ 


8 


' .Si 


I 27 


II 9 


' 45 




8 


8 4 


21 4 


8 3 


31 4 


4 54 




9 


5 10 


14 


VL 


9 


^ 45 


2 3 


ii 7 


a 30 




6 


8 38 


31 3 


85 


30 11 


ja8 




6 


5 4O 


'4 


Tn. 


10 


3 39 


2 38 


" 5 


2 57 




3 


9 15 


20 6 


9 3 


20 


6 6 







6 36 


13 


W. 


11 


4 35 


3 i/ 




3 38 


10 


10 


9 J'' 


19 6 


10 I 


18 11 


649 




3 


7 15 




Th 


11 


.5 3.) 


4 


10 8 


4 24 


10 


5 


•° 45 


18 4 


[1 1 


17 9 


7 41 




5 


8 9 


la 


F. 


13 


6 33 


4 50 


10 2 


5 ai 


10 




'1 53 


17 2 


— 




8 42 






9 30 


11 


S. 


14 


7 31 


5 57 


9 10 


6 40 


9 


9 


34 


16 8 


I I 


16 6 


10 4 




1 


10 51 


II 


*■ 


i.^ 


8 38 


7 31 


9 10 


8 19 


10 




• 59 


16 6 


> 4 


16 11 


11 36 




4 





_ 


M. 


1(5 


9 23 


8 59 


10 3 


938 


[0 


7 


3 11 


17 6 


4 c 


18 4 


14 




9 


50 


13 


Tu, 


'7 


10 15 


10 10 


10 10 


.0 38 


11 


3 


4 30 


19 I 


45 


19 9 


I 20 






I 48 


13 


W. 


id 


ri 


II 3 


I' 5 


II aj 


II 


8 


5 20 


30 5 


5 4 


ao II 


a 15 




9 


a 37 


14 


Th, 


19 


'I 51 


.. 48 






— 




6 4 


31 3 


6 3 


31 7 


a 59 







3 19 


14 


F. 

S. 




oa44 


8 


12 


28 


13 




645 


31 9 


7 , 




3 37 







3 57 


15 


31 


1 33 


46 


13 I 


I 6 


la 




7 »5 


31 11 


7 4. 


31 9 


4 16 




3 


4 35 


•5 


*. 


22 


3 33 


1 37 


11 11 


I 44 


II 


9 


8 3 


21 6 


8 3 


" 5 


4 53 




11 


5 JO 


H 


M. 


33 


3 II 


1 i 


11 7 


3 20 


11 


5 


838 


20 10 


85. 


30 4 


5 a8 




3 


5 46 


13 I' 


Tu, 


34 


4 1 


2 38 




a 55 


10 




9 J3 


19 9 


9 3 


19 I 


6 4 




5 


623 


13 I 


W. 


».S 


4 .51 


3 13 


10 8 


3 31 


10 


i 


9 49 


'8 5 


10 i 


.7 10 


643 




6 


7 4 


13 


Th, 




J 40 


3 49 


10 3 


4 9 


9 




10 39 


17 a 


10 5. 


.6 7 


7 25 




7 


7 49 


11 


F. 


3- 


6 38 


4 30 


9 8 


456 


9 


6 


II 33 


16 


13 C 


'5 -^ 


8 16 




9 


847 


10 , 


S. 


38 


7 14 


5 25 


9 3 


558 


9 


3 




— 


3( 


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9 ** 






10 3 


10 1 




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8 


6 39 


9 1 


7 36 


9 


a 


I "3 


14 11 


I 5. 


'5 


"o 45 




I 


II 34 


10 , 


30 


9 45 


8 7 


9 4 


8 45 


9 


6 


2 3' 


15 4 


3 


15 10 






7 




_ 


Tn 


Ji 


9 30 


'" 


9 9 


9 47 


10 





3 39 


16 6 


4 S 


17 a 


30 






59 


II , 


^H.lfM«u8prirjJ 5ft gin. " ~ 


lyft. 511. 


7 


ft. 2- 


TliofM ofikt Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D. H. M. 




U.D. 


, 


■.D. 


, 


«i.D. 





, 


(LB. 


, 


Full 5 2 46 AftemooD. 


1 


i8n. 6 


9 I 


fi8.l6 


17 


7 8. 


15 


25 


33 H. 


Last Quarter- la 6 55 Aflernoon. 


3 


14 57 




9 26 


18 






26 


ai S 


New ----- 19 237 Afternoon. 


3 


11 7 


II 3 


I 29 


^9 


3N 


13 


J^ 


ao 4 


First Quarter- 27 8 _;8 Morning 




4 


6 46 


13 3 


' '^ 




8 




18 4 






5 




13 a 


I 36 






39 


39 


'5 5 


In Perigee - - 15 7 Morning 




6 


3B.53 


14 I 


9 35 


23 


6 


"4 


30 




In Apogee - - 37 a Afternoon. 


7 


7 43 


'5 ' 


6 ao 


23 


9 


17 


31 


8 I 




_ 


8 

_ 


13 16 


16 I 


2 7 


24 




II 





















BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 












S 


MARCH, 1863. 


5 


i 


NOETH SHIELDS. 


LEITH. 


THUESO. 


S!i 


a 


I 












^! 




_ 










1 




i_ 


E 


HORNIKO. 


ArTEBNOOlt. 


MOBNIKQ. 


AFTEttNOOK. 


MOBNINO 




Astusnoori. 


"S 






Time. 


Holght. 


Hide. 


Hofght 


Time. 


HdBht. 


^i^ 


Hpight. 


Tlmo. 


Hdght. 


Time. 


H«ght 












I. 














U. M. 










D. 


» 


I 


3.5 


9 


4 


° 59 


9 8 


II 5Z 


13 2 


— 


— 


5 54 




9 


6 36 


9 . 


II-4 


M. 


a 


I 39 




° 


r 5« 


'0 5 


34 


12 7 


46 


13 1 


647 






7 5 




"■4 


Ta, 


3 








3 39 


II 3 


I 5 


13 7 


1 34 


14 1 


7 31 







7 37 


II i 


13-4 


W. 


4 


2 47 




9 


3 3 


13 3 


I 4a 


14 8 


I 59 


15 3 


7 51 






8 6 


13 t 


H'4 


Th. 


5 


3 19 




6 


3 34 




3 16 


15 6 


3 32 


15 1' 


3 30 






8 36 


13 a 





F. 


6 


3 49 




I 


4 5 


13 4 


3 48 


16 3 


3 3 


'6 5 


85' 






9 6 


13 t 


.6.4 


S. 


7 


+ 13 




J 


438 


13 6 


3 18 


16 7 


3 33 


16 7 


9 21 






9 40 


13 


■7-4 


*' 


8 


4J6 




5 


5 13 


13 4 


3 5" 


16 7 


4 8 


16 ; 


9 58 






10 16 


13 . 


1S.4 


M. 


9 


a 31 




3 


5 50 


13 1 


4 36 


16 3 


4 45 


16 I 


10 35 






.056 


13 ^ 


19.4 


Tn, 


10 


6 10 




10 


6 30 


13 6 


5 5 


15 10 


5 »5 


'5 S 


II lb 






11 39 


11 I 


.0-4 


W. 




653 






7 i<5 




5 47 


15 2 


6 13 


14 ^ 








° 5 




"•* 


T. 


12 


7 44 




4 


8 1+ 


10 10 


6 40 


14 I 


7 8 


13 8 


33 








10 


1 


F. 


>3 


8 49 




4 


9 30 


10 I 


7 44 


13 3 


8 34 


13 10 


I 34 






3 ij 


9 S 


'!■* 


S. 


'4 


.0 .7 







II 3 


10 I 


9 9 


13 S 


9 58 


13 9 


3 I 






3 54 


9 


H-4 


*' 


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II 49 




5 


— 


— 


10 43 


13 


II 30 


13 4 


4 4» 






5 22 


10 


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H. 


i6 


37 




9 


I 3 




Ji 57 


13 10 





— 


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6 37 


ti 


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Tn 




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8 


I 55 


13 1 


ij 


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50 


'5 


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7 II 


13 


'7-1 


W. 


i8 


3 19 




7 


3 40 


13 


I 14 


15 7 


1 36 


16 1 


7 ^9 






7 48 


13 


18.4 


Th 


■9 


3 I 




5 


3 ao 


13 8 


'58 


16 7 


3 18 


.6 II 


S 6 




II 


3 35 


■4 


• 


T. 


30 


3 38 






3 57 


14 


a 37 


17 I 


» 55 


17 3 


8 43 






9 I 


14 


o.g 


S. 


'■ 


4 17 






4 37 


13 10 


3 13 


17 3 


3 31 


17 


9 31 




II 


9 39 


'3 


1-9 


t- 


33 


4 55 




7 


5 13 


13 4 


3 50 


16 9 


4 8 


"5 5 


958 






10 16 


13 


3-9 


M. 


1^3 


5 32 







5 50 


13 7 


4 36 


16 


4 45 


15 8 


10 35 






'o 53 




3-9 


Til 


34 


6 8 




3 


6 3(5 




5 3 


'5 3 


5 21 


14 9 


11 13 






II 33 


11 


4-9 


W. 


'i 


645 




5 


7 5 




5 4 


14 4 


6 2 


13 9 


11 54 








— 


5-9 


Th 


i6 


7 37 




6 


7 53 


10 


6 34 


13 3 


6 48 


13 9 


° 15 






40 


9 


6-9 


F. 


'7 


8 33 


9 


7 


8 56 


9 3 


7 17 


13 4 


7 50 




I 8 


9 




I 41 


8 I 


J 


s. 


i8 


9 33 


9 





10 15 


9 


8 36 


11 8 


9 8 


11 6 


3 17 


8 




3 1 


8 


8-9 


*. 


'9 


10 57 


9 


I 


II 37 


9 3 


9 5» 


II 7 


10 30 


.1 9 


3 49 


8 




4 33 


8 


9'!) 


H. 










14 


9 7 


II 7 


13 I 


" 37 


13 6 


5 8 


8 


9 


5 39 


9 


10.9 


Tu. 


3' 


44 


9 


" 


I II 


10 4 







6 


13 II 


6 7 


9 




631 




II-9 


~"""iSI."*"} 6"- 8'"- 


''~~Qn. gif. 


ga. 7in. 


Equation of Time at Noon. 


M.D, 


M. B. 




H D. 


M. a. 




M.D. 


H. B. 




MD 


M S 




I 


1238 


Sub. 


9 


10 48 


Sub. 


17 


8 36 


Sub. 


35 


6 11 


Sub. 


» 


13 36 






10 33 




18 


8 18 




36 


5 53 




3 


13 13 




ti 


10 16 




19 


8 




37 


5 35 




4 


13 












7 43 




38 


5 16 




J 


II 46 




13 


9 44 




31 


7 15 




39 


453 




II 33 




14 


9 17 




33 


7 6 




30 


4 39 




5 


11 j8 






9 10 




23 


<S 48 




31 


4 >i 




" 3 




16 


853 




34 


630 











'^liaagfHl^Wate 



DT Bailvaj Time be requlredr-1 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



MARCH, 1863. 


3, 

1 


fl 


■ H 


GREENOCK. 


UVEKPOOL 




PEMBHOKE. 


1 


85 














MORBlKa. 


Aj-ibbkooh. 


MoBimio. 


A„..,«.,. 


MORHIIIO. 


ArrEutooK 








Time. 


Hrigbt. 


TUhb. 


H<vht 


Tiiie. 


Hiright. 


Time. 


HeiEbt 


Tlnie. 


Heiehe. 


TlnlB. 


H^W 






n. u. 


H. M. 










U. M. 




H. M. 






a. M. 






H. M. 




*' 


I 


9a ai 


9 


8 





9 34 


8 a 


839 


19 6 


9 ' 


ao 


3 


> 5 


14 


9 


3 a8 


15 ' 


M. 


a 


10 7 


10 


8 


5 


10 aa 


8 7 


9 a5 


at I 


9 45 


31 


11 


3 5f 


1(5 


3 


4 ac 


•7 


Tu 


3 


io 5a 


10 43 


8 


10 


'I 3 


9 ° 


10 3 


33 9 




a3 


5 


4 43 


17 


10 


5 5 


18 1 


W. 


4 


u 37 


II aa 


9 


a 


II 41 


9 3 


10 37 


34 1 


10 ^^j 


34 


8 


5 aj 


19 


2 


5 45 


19 < 


Th 




inoni. 


ti 59 


9 


5 








25 3 




»5 


8 


6 3 




3 


6 30 




F. 


6 


21 


16 


9 


7 


33 


9 9 


■■ « 


26 I 







— 


6 3t 


ai 




653 


31 


S. 


7 


1 7 


so 


9 




I 7 


9 'I 




a6 4 


i3 


1(5 


6 


7 S 


31 


6 


7 3fi 


31 


»■ 


8 


I j;5 


I »5 


9 


It 


I 4a 


9 " 


036 


36 8 


53 


36 


7 


7 43 


31 


6 


8 c 


31 


M. 


9 


> 45 




9 


11 


3 18 


9 10 




a6 5 


I a8 


36 




8 i£ 







837 


30 


Tn, 




3 39 


a 37 


9 


9 


3 55 


9 7 


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>5 7 


1,1 


34 


11 


8 5 


30 


a 


10 'i 


19 


W. 


11 


4 3i 


3 15 


9 


5 


3 37 


9 3 


3 36 


24 3 


a3 


7 


9 3S 


18 






18 


Th 


13 


5 33 


4 ' 


9 


1 


4 37 


8 11 


3 13 


33 9 


3 38 


aa 




10 3j 


n 


7 


to 51 


Its i< 


F. 


13 


rt3a 


456 


8 


9 


5 3a 


8 6 


4 10 


31 3 


448 


ao 


7 




16 


3 


11 57 


15 : 


S. 


•4 


7 31 


6 la 


8 


4 


6 58 


8 3 


5 33 


30 3 


635 


ao 


4 


— 


~ 




° 39 


15 I 


* 


15 


8 a8 


? 45 


8 


4 


837 


8 6 


7 'S 


ao 9 


7 j.i 


31 


6 


I as 


'5 


II 


3 17 


16 I 


M. 


ifi 


9 33 


9 7 


8 


9 


9 40 


9 


835 


33 5 


9 4 


"3 


3 


3 c 


'7 


4 


3 35 


18 . 


Tu. 


'2 


10 15 


IO 8 


9 


3 


10 34 


9 5 


9 39 


34 3 


9 .« 


25 




4 <: 


19 


I 


4 34 


19 1 


W. 


18 


11 6 


1058 


9 


7 


n 31 


9 9 


10 15 


»5 9 


1036 


36 


4 


5 c 




8 


5 35 




Th, 


19 


1' 55 


ti 43 


9 


11 


— 




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36 9 


'■ ^7 


37 


1 


54a 


31 


8 


6 8 


31 I 


F. 




ca44 


4 







3,5 


10 I 


11 37 


a? 3 


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37 


4 


6 aa 


32 


1 


6 48 


33 


S. 


ai 


1 3a 


45 


IO 


I 


I 6 


10 I 




— 


17 


37 


a 


7 7 


33 





7 2i 


31 1 


» 


la 


a »2 


I a,"; 


lO 





I 4a 


9 .1 


35 


a6 II 


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36 


6 


7 43 


31 


5 


8 


31 


M. 


aj 


3 II 


3 


9 


9 


a 17 


9 8 




a6 


I 38 


35 


3 


8 iS 


30 


5 


8 36 


19 ! 


Tu, 


!>4 


4 ' 


2 34 


9 


fi 


2 5' 


9 3 


I 44 


34 6 


3 a 


"3 


9 


854 


'9 




9 II 


18 


W. 


^i 


4 5" 


3 8 




1 


3 afi 


8 11 


3 19 


aa II 


3 37 


aa 




9aS 


17 


8 


9 4<5 


id l' 


Th 


afi 


5 4= 


346 


8 


8 


4 7 


8 6 


" 57 


ai 4 


3 18 


30 


6 


'0 5 


16 


3 


10 38 


15 


P. 


»7 


6 a8 


4 3^ 


8 


4 


5 


8 1 


3 44 


19 9 


4 15 


•9 


1 


IO 5 


14 




II 19 


'4 ■ 


S. 


iS 


7 14 


5 3> 


7 


n 


6 10 


7 '0 


4 S' 


18 6 


5 33 


i3 


4 


I! 53 


14 


I 




— 


*; 


19 


8 


65a 


7 


9 


7 33 


7 9 


6.9 


'8 5 


7 3 


t8 


IC 


33 


H 





I 16 


14 . 


M. 


30 


845 


8 II 


7 


II 


846 


8 3 


7 41 


19 4 


8 .4 


ao 




I 5S 


'4 


7 


a 37 


'5 . 


Tu. 


J' 


9 30 


916 


8 


4 


9 44 


8 7 


843 


30 10 


9 8 


31 


9 


3 ic 


16 




3 39 


16 I. 


H^M.jW,; 


4fi. iQl. 




13"- O"- 


10"- 6- 


Phatetoftht 


JtfbM. 




D, H. 


u. 


M.D. 


« 


11.D. 







H.D. 






«!.». 1 


1 


FuU s J 


46 Afternoon. 




18 H. 6 


9 


168. 


6 


17 


7 8. 




15' |a 


as. . 


Lust Quarter- I3 6 


5^ Afternoon. 




14 57 




19 


6 


18 


a 


'" 


26 3 


I 5. 


N™ 19 ■ 


3> Afternoon. 




II 7 




31 


9 


19 


3X. 


3 


37 3 


° 4; 


First Quarter -27 8 


58 Morning. 




6 46 




33 


5 




8 




aB 


8 4. 








3 a 




31 36 




a 


9 


29 


5 5- 


In Perigee - - 15 ; 


Morning. 


6 


3S.53 




19 35 


33 


6 




30 I 




In Apogee - - 37 a 


Afternoon. 


? 


7 43 

13 16 


;j 


16 

13 


7 


=3 

34 a 


9 




31 


8 1. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



23 







MARCH, 1863. 


) 


t 

i 

• 


■4 


WESTON-SUPER-MARE. 


HOLTHEAD. 




KINGSTOWN. 


• 

a 8' 


M 


















** 


h 
























r* 
«; 


MosMoro 


• 


Attkiuioon. 


MOKNIXO 


• 


Aftbrmoov. 


MOBNIKO. 


Afiehhooh. 


C5j 




Time. 


Heic^t. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Tim4. 


Height. 


■ 




H. x. 


F. 


I. 


H. x. 


p. 


I. 


H. JC. 


F. 


I. 


H. U. 


F. 


I. 


H. x. 


F. I. 


H. X. 


F. 


I. 


D. 


I 


3 24 


27 


4 


4 a 


28 


4 


7 26 


12 


2 


2^7 


12 


7 


8 14 


8 9 


8 47 


9 





11.4 


2 


4 34 


29 


6 


4 59 


30 


9 


8 21 


13 


1 


8 41 


13 


7 


9 13 


9 3 


9 35 


9 


6 


I2'4' 


3 


5 H 


3a 





5 4<5 


33 


2 


859 


14 





9 i6 


14 


6 


9 57 


9 9 


10 16 


10 





13-4 


4 


6 6 


34 


3 


6 26 


35 


1 


9 3^ 


14 


II 


9 49 


15 


3 


10 32 


10 3 


1047 


10 


6 


14-4 


J 


^45 


35 


II 


7 a 


36 


7 


10 5 


15 


7 


10 21 


15 


10 


II 2 


10 8 


II 18 


10 


II 





6 


7 19 


37 


3 


7 36 


H 


9 


10 36 


16 


I 


10 50 


16 


3 


II 33 


II 


II 49 


II 


I 


|6*4 


7 


7 5a 


38 


I 


8 9 


38 


2 


" 5 


16 


4 


II 21 


16 


4 




— 


5 


II 


I 


17-4 


8 


8 26 


38 


I 


8 43 


37 


II 


11 38 


16 


3 


II 57 


16 


2 


24 


II I 


42 


II 





18-4 


9 


9 


37 


7 


9 18 


37 


I 


— 




' 


16 


16 





I 


lO II 


I 19 


10 


10 


19-4 





9 35 


36 


5 


9 53 


35 


5 


37 


15 


8 


58 


15 


4 


I 40 


10 8 


I 59 


10 


5 


20*4 


I 


10 12 


34 


4 


10 31 


33 


2 


1 21 


14 


II 


I 46 


14 


6 


2 21 


10 2 


2 46 


10 





21-4 


2 


10 52 


3^ 





II i8 


30 


9 


2 13 


14 





2 41 


13 


7 


3 13 


9 9 


3 40 


9 


6 


(C 


3 


II 52 


29 


9 


— 


— 


M 


3 15 


13 


2 


3 56 


12 


10 


4 14 


9 3 


4 54 


9 





a3'4 


4 


32 


29 


I 


I 17 


29 





4 4a 


12 


8 


5 31 


12 


9 


5 36 


8 II 


6 20 


9 





24-4 


5 


a 5 


29 


5 


2 50 


30 


4 


6 16 


13 


I 


6 54 


13 


5 


7 3 


9 » 


7 41 


9 


5 


^5*4 


6 


3 34 


31 


5 


4 12 


3* 


8 


7 31 


^3 


II 


8 


14 


5 


8 20 


9 8 


8 5^ 


10 





26*4 


7 


4 44 


34 





5 15 


35 


5 


8 25 


15 





8 49 


15 


6 


9 21 


10 3 


9 48 


10 


7 


»7'4 


8 


5 41 


36 


7 


6 6 


37 


6 


9 10 


15 


II 


9 30 


16 


3 


10 9 


10 10 


10 29 


II 





28-4 


9 


6 30 


38 


3 


^51 


38 


8 


9 50 


16 


7 


10 10 


16 


9 


10 48 


II 3 


II 6 


II 


4 


• 


;o 


7 II 


38 


11 


7 3a 


39 


2 


10 28 


16 


10 


^0 45 


16 


10 


II ^5 


II 5 


II 44 


II 


5 


0*9 


J 


7 51 


38 


II 


8 9 


38 


7 


II 3 


16 


8 


II 20 


16 


6 


— 




5 


II 


4 


1-9 


12 


8 26 


38 


I 


8 43 


37 


4 


II 38 


16 


3 


II 57 


15 


II 


23 


II 2 


42 


II 





2-9 


^3 


859 


3^ 


7 


9 15 


35 


8 


— 




a 


16 


15 


6 


I 


10 10 


I 19 


10 


/ 


3'9 


^4 


9 31 


34 


7 


9 4<5 


33 


6 


35 


15 


I 


55 


14 


7 


I 37 


10 3 


I 56 


10 





V9 


^5 


10 I 


3a 


4 


10 16 


31 


I 


I ^5 


14 


I 


I 35 


13 


7 


» 15 


9 9 


a 35 


9 


6 


5'9 


^6 


10 33 


29 


II 


10 55 


28 


9 


I 57 


13 


2 


2 21 


12 


8 


2 56 


§ ^ 


3 ao 


9 





6'g 


^7 


u 20 


^7 


7 


II 52 


26 


9 


2 49 


12 


3 


3 aa 


II 


11 


3 47 


8 9 


4 20 


8 


6 


J 


t8 


— 






29 


26 


3 


3 58 


II 


8 


4 41 


II 


6 


4 56 


8 4 


5 33 


8 


3 


8-9 


« 


I 12 


26 


3 


I 54 


26 


7 


5 ^5 


II 


8 


6 4 


II 


10 


614 


8 4 


651 


8 


6 


9.9 


10 


a 33 


27 


2 


3 9 


28 


1 


6 41 


12 


2 


7 II 


12 


6 


7 28 


8 8 


1 ^2 


8 


II 


io*9 


II 


3 44 


29 


2 


4 1530 


4 


7 39 


13 





8 4 


13 


6 8 29I 9 2 


8 56 


9 


511*9 


If Meui Spring) 
Bange. j 


Igft. yin. 




8 


ft. Qin. 


5ft. Qin, 











Equation of ' 


TVmtf a^ Noon. 










M. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




XJ>. 


X. s. 




13 38 


Sub. 


9 


10 48 


Sub. 


17 


8 36 


Sub. 


a? 


6 11 


Sub. 


12 26 




10 


10 32 




18 


8 18 




26 


5 53 




12 13 




11 


10 16 




19 


8 




a7 


5 35 




12 




12 


10 




20 


7 43 




28 


5 i<5 




II 46 




13 


9 44 




21 


7 35 




29 


458 




II 33 




14 


9 a? 




22 


7 6 




30 


4 39 




II 18 




15 


9 10 




33 


6 48 




31 


4 31 




II 3 




16 


8 53 




34 


6 30 











wf of Hl§^ Water an giTen for Mean Time at Place; if Greenwich or Railway Time be required,-— for 
UOM'MUTE^WkMM «d0 18 m, | HoLTHBAS add 18 m. I KxvesTOwv mMraet i m, for Dublin Time. 



TIDE TABLES fOB THE 



MARCH, 1863. 



LONDONDERRY. 



SLIGO BAT. 



4 5 

5 40 

6 38 

7 '4 4 37 
S S 55 
S 45 
9 3' 



6 7 

6 43 

7 ao 

7 55 

8 36 
855 

9 »7 
o 1 

10 38 

»7 



4 34 1' 

5 81, 
5 42 1 



6 471. 

7 »4" 



4 5' 

5 "5 

5 58 

6 3 

7 

7 431' 



■ i 



3 5"i 

4 331 



6 47 

7 23 

7 58 

8 3S 

9 a6 i 

10 31 

11 48 



9 10 

9 



Bpriilg| 4I». gin. 



3«. ifliit 



5"' r""- 



Fkasei of the Moon. 



Jlfoon't Decimation at Noon. 






• 1 


i8n. 6l 


14 


(7 




7 




46 


a 


3 


a 


.!» 


7 


4^ 


13 


16 



D. H. U. 

Fall ----- 5 a 46 Afternoon. 

LutQuarter- la 6 55 Afternoon. 

New- - - - - 19 a 37 Afternoon. 

First Quarter a; 8 j8 Morning. 

In Perigee - - 15 7 o Morning. 

InApc^ee- - a7 a o Afternoon. 



• n* dmci of Higb Water are given fbr Uctn lime «t Fbcc; if DobUn or Railw*7 Time be required,— I 
BauAii mMTMf I u. I LnrDoanmr odd 4 m. | Bum B^t odd > m. 



BBinSH AKD IBISH POETS. 



MARCH, 1863. 


OALWAT. 


QUEENSTOWN, 


WATEEPORD. 


II 
















UounHO. 


Attbbkooh. 


MOIUIIKO. 


AneaiiooH. 


MOBKIHO. 


Aftebkoon. 


«5 


Urns. 


Holght. 


Tims. 


H..,l,t. 


TImiL 


Hdght, 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hdght. 


Time. 


Height 








>- 


a. M. 


F. 1. 


U, M. 








H. M. 


r 1. 


a. M. 




s. 


I 44 


■ C 


5 


a 15 


,OM 


I 48 


's '9 


3 34 


9 <= 


1 57 


9 5 


* 33 


9 9 


11-4 


» 38 


I 


S 


a 59 


la 11 


3 5a 


9 4 


3 15 


9 9 


3 i 


10 a 


3 39 


10 6 


13*4 


3 »9 


la 


5 


3 38 




3 37 


10 I 


3 57 


10 C 


3 53 


10 11 


4 15 


1' 3 


13'4 


3 55 


13 


4 


+ 1" 


13 9 


4 16 


10 10 


4 34 


11 I 


4 35 


II 7 


456 


11 10 


14-4 


♦ "« 


H 


a 


4 44 


14 d 


4 5' 


II 4 


5 8 


11 7 


5 14 


13 1 


5 31 


13 3 





S ° 


H 


10 


5 16 


'5 1 


5 35 


11 10 


5 43 


II II 


5 47 


la 5 


6 3 


13 7 


16^4 


i 3" 


■J 


3 


5 5° 


ij 3 


6 


II 


6 18 


13 1 


6 19 


13 8 


.637 


13 9 


17-4 


6 8 


»J 


3 


6 36 


'5 


634 


13 


6S^ 


11 II 


«55 


la 9 


7 14 


13 8 


18 -4 


«44 


N 


10 


7 4 


.4 6 


7 10 


u 9 


7 ^9 


11 7 


7 31 


la 7 


7 50 


13 5 


19-4 


1 '* 


11 


3 


746 


•3 9 


7 48 


11 4 


8 8 


11 


8 8 


13 3 


837 




30-4 


8 II 


'3 


3 


8 37 


13 7 


8 30 


10 y 


8 5> 


10 4 


8,8 


II 8 


9 9 


II 4 


31-4 


9 5 


13 





9 3'^ 


II 6 


9 17 




9 43 


9 8 


9 31 


II 


9 59 


lo 8 


a 


10 14 


I 


1 


10 58 


10 li 


■ 16 


9 5 


'o 57 


9 3 


10 37 


10 4 


u 13 


10 I 


23*4 


"« 4.5 


' 


' 


— 


— 


'I 43 


9 i 


— 


— 


— 


— 


I 


9 " 


34*4 


33 


1 


3 


1 "3 


11 8 


031 


9 4 


I 14 


9 7 


44 


10 I 


I 34 


10 , 


^5*4 


' 49 


13 


3 


a 17 


13 10 


1 56 


10 


a 31 


10 4 


a 4 


10 9 


a 43 




36-4 


» 44 


13 


1 


3 10 


14 


3 


10 9 


3 28 


II 3 


3 14 


'I 7 


3 44 


11 II 


37-4 


3 3» 


H 


6 


3 53 


14 10 


3 J3 


II 6 


+ '1 


II 10 


4 10 


13 3 


436 


13 7 


a8.+ 


4 13 


■J 


3 


4 33 


'5 I 


436 


13 1 


456 


12 3 


4 59 


13 9 


5 ^9 




• 


4 5' 


'i 


8 


J " 


'5 a 


5 '7 


13 4 


5 38 


13 4 


5 39 




5 59 




o-p 


5 3' 


'J 


7 


5 5° 


'5 5 


5 j8 


la 3 


6 '7 


13 a 


6,9 


13 11 


637 


13 10 


1-9 


(S 8 


tj 


1 


6 16 


14 9 


635 


13 


653 


11 9 


655 


13 8 


7 14 


13 6 


3'9 


«44 


I-l 


4 


7 » 


13 JO 


7 '° 


'J 5 


7 "7 


11 I 


7 3' 


13 3 


7 47 


13 


3'9 


7 ■■ 


13 


4 


7 40 




7 44 


10 9 


8 I 


10 5 


8 4 


11 9 


8 30 


■I 5 


4'9 


8 




3 


B 31 


II 7 


8 16 




8 36 


9 8 


8 37 




853 


10 8 


5*9 


84.S 


I 





9 lO 


10 6 


8 57 


9 4 


9 30 


9 ° 


9 '■ 


10 4 


9 34 


to 


%-l 


9 41 


IC 


I 


10 16 


9 9 


9 45 


? 9 


10 16 


8 6 


10 4 


9 8 


1038 


9 4 


/ 


10 j« 


£ 


8 


II 41 


9 9 


'0 5J 


8 4 


II 38 


8 4 


.. -5 


9 a 


!■ 55 


9 ' 


8-9 


— 




— 


31 


10 


— 


— 


19 


8 6 


- 


— 


33 


9 3 


9-9 


05a 


IC 


4 


1 39 


10 9 


° 57 


8 8 


I 33 


» ; 


■ 9 


9 5 


I 4a 


9 8 


lo-g 


■ 57 


1 


3 


a 31 




a (5 


9 3 


a 35 


9 « 


a. 5 


10 


a 45 


10 5 


ii-p 


,.~.p*»j 7". 5i~. 


5« lOi- 


6»-2'' 1 


EqiKilicn^Tlmiatlfoim. | 


■. ■. 




X.D. 


H. ■. 




ILD. 


M. B. 




H.D. 


M. ■. 




i>38 


Sub. 


9 


1048 


Sub. 


17 


8 36 


Sub. 


»5 


6 II 


Sub. 


i» a6 






10 3J 




18 


8 18 




36 


5 53 




i» 13 




II 


10 1(5 




19 


8 




a7 


5 35 




la 










ao 


7 43 




38 


5 16 




II 46 




'3 


9 44 




31 


7 »J 




39 


458 




II 33 




H 


9 "7 




aa 


7 « 




30 


4 39 




11 18 




»^ 


I5; 




33 


«48 




31 


4 31 




II 3 




16 




"4 


30 











■n erf High Watar an givm ftr Mean Time at Plaeai if Snbfin or Bailva; Tina be nqnlie^— te 
QiKwaaMTl B. I Q vMMMn ow M aMlm. | Tunxni) aM«n. 



TIDE TABLES FOB thk 



APRIL, 1863. 


1 


s 


.-^ 


BREST. 


DEVONPOKT. 


PORTSMOUTH: 


« 


§3 










MOBNINO. 


AVTBHNOOH. 


MoBBtBO. 


AriERNOON. 


Monnisa. 


ArTEUfoOK 








Tims. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


tSoo. 


Hdght. 


Time. 


HBight 


Tims. 


Height 


Tiutt. 


Bii«tt 






B. M. 


H. M. 




B. It. 




H. It 




H. M. 


F. I. 


B. M. 




H. M. 




W. 


1 


ioat4 


• 52 


'"5 's 


3 13 


16 6 


3 39 


•3 8 


3 52 


13 5 


9 44 


II a 


10 6 




Th. 


3 


II 




17 3 


2 44 


17 1 


4 15 


14 6 


4 37 


14 4 


10 34 




10 40 




F. 


3 


II 48 


^ ^ 


18 6 


3 ao 


19 1 


4 57 


'^ '^ 


5 17 


»5 I 


10 j8 


'2 5 


II 16 




s. 


4 


mom. 


3 38 


'9 5 


3 57 


19 8 


5 35 


15 8 


5 54 


«5 7 


II 34 


13 10 


li 53 


13 t 


*■ 


5 


38 


4 16 


19 9 


4 35 


19 10 


6 33 


15 10 


633 


•5 9 


-~ 


— 


13 




M. 


6 


I 33 


4 i3 


19 9 


5 14 


'9 7 


653 


15 10 


7 9 


15 9 


33 


13 


52 


13 I 


Tu. 


7 


2 li 


5 32 


19 4 


5 53 


19 


7 28 


'5 7 


7 47 


15 <5 




13 10 


I 33 




W. 


8 


3 27 


6 '5 


18 6 


637 


17 II 


8 8 


'5 1 


8 39 


15 J 


I 54 


12 7 


3 16 




Th. 


9 


4 27 


7 a 


17 a 


7 3' 


16 5 


851 


'4 5 


9 13 


14 6 


a 38 




3 3 


11 ll 


F. 


10 


5 ^^ 


7 59 


15 7 


83a 


14 11 


9 39 


'3 7 


10 7 


■3 9 


3 30 


11 6 


3 57 




s. 


'^ 


6 13 


9 8 


.4 6 


9 49 


14 4 


10 39 


13 9 


11 14 


13 J 


4 =9 


10 10 


5 4 


10 I 


*■ 


11 


7 i8 


«o 33 


14 5 


11 17 


14 8 


n 57 


13 4 


— 


— 


542 


10 4 


624 




H. 


13 


8 10 


'1 57 


'5 ' 






42 


13 a 


I 27 


13 8 


7 6 


10 5 


7 44 


10 1 


Tu. 


'4 


9 


3j 


Jlii 


1 a 


16^3 


a 7 


13 9 


3 41 


"3 4 


8 20 


II I 


853 




W. 


'-^ 


9 48 


i 31 




I 56 


17 7 


3 13 


.4 


3 40 


H 3 


9 33 


II 9 


9 50 




Th. 


16 


10 36 


3 jg 


18 a 


3 39 


18 7 


4 7 


•5 a 


4 3' 


15 ° 


10 14 


12 4 


10 34 


13 1 


F. 


^/ 


II 24 


3 59 


19 


3 19 


19 3 


4 53 


'5 7 


5 15 


15 5 


10 55 


13 8 


II 15 


13 1 


S. 


78 


oax2 


3 38 


19 4 


3 55 


19 3 


5 34 


•5 8 


5 53 


•5 7 


II 34 


13 9 


Tl 53 


ja 1 


*. 


»9 


I 3 


4 14 


19 I 


4 33 


18 10 


6 J2 


15 7 


6 30 


15 ^ 


— 





II 


la 1 


M. 


10 


• ja 


4 5' 


18 7 


5 a 


18 3 


6 48 


•5 3 


7 3 


•5 ' 


30 


12 6 


50 


ta J 


Tu. 


21 


2 42 


5 =16 


17 10 


5 43 


17 5 


7 18 


14 9 


7 34 


14 8 


I 8 


12 3 


I 36 


la 1 


W. 


aa 


3 3a 


6 1 


17 


6 19 


'6 5 


7 50 


14 


8 6 


14 I 


1 44 








Th. 


33 


4 20 


637 


15 10 


6 58 


15 3 


8 21 


'3 .i 


837 


'3 5 




'I 5 


238 




F. 


H 


5 8 


7 ao 


'4 7 


7 43 


14 


8 55 


12 1 


9 15 


13 9 


3 59 




3 19 




8. 


«J 


5 53 


8 7 


13 6 


8 35 


13 I 


9 3*5 


11 8 






3 40 


10 4 


4 4 




*■ 


a(5 


638 


9 


12 11 


9 41 


12 11 


10 31 


11 3 


11 


II 10 


4 31 


9 1° 


5 I 


9 1 


M. 


'^ 


2 ^"^ 


10 2a 


13 




'3 3 


•I 39 


It 1 


— 


— 


5 35 


9 7 


6 13 




Ta. 


a8 


8 6 


II 34 


13 8 












11 8 


6 49 


9 9 


7 aa 




W. 


39 


85- 


8 


14 a 


37 


14 9 


13^ 


12 8 


3 11 


12 6 


7 55 


10 4 


8 26 


10 1 


Th. 


30 


9 37 


' 3 


15 5 


I 38 


16 1 


2 41 


13 6 


3 9 


13 6 


854 


II 


9 ao 




HilfB^neprtngJ gft. gl". 


yn. 9... 


gft. 4i.. 


Jftwwj of the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D. a. 11. 


a-D. 


• 


U.D. 


/ 


M.D. 


, 


M.D, 


( 


Full 4 4 9 Morning. 




3 ".39 


9 


21 S.38 


17 


I N. 9 


25 


i6h.4( 


Last Quarter - 1 1 i 23 Morning. 








'9 55 


18 


^ 6 


36 


13 il 


New -----18 3 i; Morning. 




6 " 6 


11 


16 58 


19 I 


8 15 


37 


9 3' 


First Quarter 36 4 8 Morning. 




10 49 


12 


•^ i 




39 


28 


5 i: 






15 3 


'3 


8 38 




I 43 


39 


3' 


In Perigee - - 9 5 Morning. 


is 


18 31 


"4 


3 ^9 


33 3 


1 54 


30 


4B.H 


In Apogee - - 34 9 o Morning. 


7 


30 54 


'5 


JS-3 7 


33 2 


I 5 








8 


31 58 


16 


6 35 


34 


9 30 







Ite time* of Dlgli Water an giTen for HMnHiM uFlaMi if OneuvicliaTBaUirajTimebeminind^ 
BxanodillSBi. I DsToaroH mU 17 m. | PoxnuoDTsoM^ 



BRITISH ASD IRISH FORTS. 



APRIL. 1863. 


MOBTH SHIELDS. 


LEITH. 


THURSO. 
























ArrEBBOox. 


MOKMIKO. 


Aftbrsoox. 


MOSHIKQ 




AnSBKODN. 


-5 


ta«. 


Hdeht. 


Time. 


Height. 


Tin... 


HdKhl. 


Time 


Height 


Tine. 


Height. 


Tteie. 


HBigbt. 




L M. 




H. M. 








F. 1. 












U. K. 


F. I. 


D, 


■ 35 


10 9 


' i4 


II 


3 


39 


13 5 


048 


13 11 


6 49 


10 


9 


7 5 


11 5 


ij-S 


' >3 


li 8 


3 38 


12 




I 6 


1+ 6 


I 33 


15 1 


7 18 


II 




7 33 


" 5 


■3-9 


' 44 


la 6 


3 1 


13 


JC 


I 40 


15 6 


I 58 


■5 11 


7 48 


la 


10 


8 4 


13 3 


14-S, 


1 '7 


13 a 


3 34 


13 


5 


a 15 


16 3 


» 33 


.6 7 


8 31 


13 


7 


8 39 


13 8 





15^ 


13 7 


4 I' 


'3 


8 


a 5i 


.6 9 


3 8 


1(5 10 


856 


13 


9 


9 14 


13 9 


j6-9 


1- 3° 


.3 8 


4 49 


'3 


7 


3 25 


16 9 


3 44 


16 8 


9 34 


13 


8 


9 54 


13 « 


■; 9 


; 9 


13 i 


5 30 


13 




4 4 


j6 6 


4 15 


■ S 3 


10 15 


13 


3 


1038 




i8-s> 


; S3 




6 16 


13 


i 


4 47 


16 




15 8 






6 


II 2t 


13 1 


19-3 


> 39 


IS 4 


7 5 


11 


tl 


5 34 


•5 3 


6 I 


14 9 


I' 53 


II 


7 


. 


— 


10-9 


' 35 


■r J 


8 i 


10 


li 


6 32 


'4 3 


7 3 


13 5 


33 


II 


1 


54 


10 8 


21 -9 


U6 


10 6 


938 


10 


3 


7 4' 


13 4 


8 33 


13 i 


I 31 


10 


3 


3 13 


10 


< 


> '3 


10 3 


■0 55 


10 


4 


,IJ 


13 II 


9 50 


13 c 


358 


9 


10 


3 46 


9 11 


J3-9 


' 35 


10 7 






— 


'3 3 


11 3 


13 7 


4 38 


10 





5 5 


10 3 


24.9 




10 II 


40 


II 


3 


>' 34 


13 11 


— 


— 


5 36 


10 


7 


6 4 


11 I 


15-9 


t 8 


11 7 


> 34 


13 





3 


,4 4 


38 


14 S 


639 


II 


7 


650 


13 I 


26-9 


' H 


13 4 


3 19 


13 


8 


51 


'■5 ^ 


I 14 


15 a 


7 10 


13 


6 


7 »7 


13 II 


'f9 


' 38 




3 57 


•3 


3 


I 34 


t6 


1 54 


16 3 


7 44 


13 


3 


8 a 


13 5 


28.9 


! 16 


"3 3 


3 34 


"3 


4 


3 14 


ifi 5 


a 53 


16 e 


8 31 


'3 


6 


837 


'3 5 


• 


' 5a 


13 4 


4 10 


13 


3 


1 49 


'^ 5 


3 6 


<6 4 


854 


'3 


3 


9 12 


'3 1 


'•4 


I 38 


13 ' 


4 47 


13 


10 


3 "3 

4 


16 I 


3 4» 


15 ic 


9 3» 


13 


10 


9 50 


[3 6 


2-4 


; 5 


13 6 


5 24 


13 


3 


15 6 


4 18 


15 3 


10 8 


la 


a 


10 37 




3-4 


! 43 


13 


6 I 


It 


8 


4 37 


J4 M 


456 


'4 7 


.0 46 


II 


6 


11 7 


II I 


4 '4 


i 10 


'I 5 


"5 39 


II 


I 


5 '.^ 


14 3 


5 35 


13 ic 


11 37 


10 


8 


II 50 


10 3 


J -4 


f 1 


10 9 


7 >5 


10 


4 


5 58 


i3 5 


6 31 


13 c 




- 




13 


9 10 


6-4 


' 50 


9 n 


8.9 


9 


7 


6 45 


13 8 


7 H 


la 4 


37 


9 


6 


I 4 


9 3 


7-4 


ij!» 


9 5 


9 27 


9 


' 


7 46 


13 1 


8 30 


13 c 


I 37 


9 


I 


3 II 


8 II 


J 


> 6 


9 4 


,0 44 


9 


6 


8 59 


II 11 


9 39 


12 


2 5' 


8 


ri 


3 35 


8 II 


9*4 


r 19 


9 9 


II 50 







10 13 


13 3 


10 43 


13 7 


4 13 


9 


I 


4 44 


9 4 


IO-4 






19 


10 


4 


II 13 


13 II 


11 39 


13 4 


5 14 


9 


7 


5 41 




11.4 


>4<S 


10 9 


^ 9 


" 


I 






3 


13 s 


6 5 




6 


6 26 




12-4 


F^ 


rlnsj gtl. Qta 




QB. 2i°. 


e**-?*- 1 


Equation of Time at Nooti. 1 


t. I 




K.D. 


M. «. 




M-D. 


M. 






M.D, 


H. «. 




4 


Sub. 


9 


I 41 


Sub. 


■7 


3 




Add. 


a5 


3 4 


Add. 


3 4^ 






I 34 




18 


3 






36 


3 14 




3> 




11 


I 8 




19 


5 






a? 


3 34 




3 




12 


ja 












33 


a 34 




a 5 




13 


036 




SI 


I I 






39 


a 43 




2 3 




14 


31 




33 


I 3 






30 


3 53 




a I. 




15 


° 5 




33 


I 4 












15 




16 


9 


Add. 


34 


I 5 













TroE TABLES FOR THE 

















APRIL, 1863. 












n 






HARWICH. 


HULL. 


SUNDERLAND. 


MOBBIMO. 


ArTBBROOK. 


Mo&Hino. 


Aptesvooh. 


UOBKQia. 


APTBBMMK 




Time. 


Height. 


Tinw. 


Height 


Time. 


Kdglii 


TimB 


iHelght 


Tfme 


HBlRhl. 


TimiL 


B^tfia 






H. M. 






H. M. 






H. H 




H. U 


F. I. 


B. M. 




U. M. 


r. I 


w. 




loaM 


10 14 


10 4 


10 3<5 


10 


7 


4 3 


17 10 


4 5 


18 ^ 


1 2.4 


II 11 


I 4* 




Tb 






•Oj6 


10 II 




II 


3 


5 ' 


19 I 


5 2 


J19 8 


2 J 


13 10 


3 14 


•i 


P. 


3 


.1 48 


11 3011 5 


1. 48 


II 


6 


5 4 




6 


*;- 5 


2 42 


'3 7 


3 


131 


S. 


4 


morn 





6 


" 


8 


6 2 


30 10 


6 4 




3 I) 


'4 3 


3 34 


'+ 


*■ 


5 


03a 


34J11 9 


42 


II 




7 


31 4 


7 I 


21 6 


3 S3 


14 9 


4 1' 


"41 


M. 


6 


I 31 




I ig 


II 




7 3 


31 6 


7 5 


21 6 


4 29 


14 11 


4 47 


14 1 


Tu 




a 38 


I 39 


II 9 


158 


11 


f 


S I 


31 4 


83 


21 I 


5 « 


14 8 


5 »? 


14 


W. 




3 a? 


3 19 




a 41 


11 


4 


8 5 


30 9 


9 a 


,20 2 


5 49 


14 I 


6 13 


'3 


Th. 


9 


4 27 


3 3 


M 2 

lo 8 


3 25 






9 4 


19 8 


10 


•9 ■ 


636 


'3 4 


7 3 


11 I 


F. 




j 26 


3 49 




4 17 


10 


6 


10 3 


18 6 


II 1 


■? " 


7 33 


13 6 


8 3 


11 


S. 


11 


623 


4 44 


10 3 


5 18 


10 


1 


11 5 


17 4 


— 




839 


II 9 


9 18 


M ' 


A. 


11 


7 18 


5 54 


9 II 


6 36 


9 


11 


3 


1(5 11 


I I 


"* s 


10 a 


11 4 


10 43 


II . 


M. 




8 10 


7 23 


10 


8 5 


10 


3 


I 5 


16 10 


3 3 


'2 ^ 


ti 22 




II ,;(5 


II I 


Tu. 


'4 


9 


8 42 


10 4 


9 15 


JO 


7 


3 -1 


17 9 


3 3 


|'8 3 


— 


— 


27 


11 


W. 


'.1 


9 48 


9 45 




10 14 






4 <" 


19 


4 3 


'9 7 


S6 


13 9 


I 34 


13 


Th. 


16 


1036 


10 40 


" 3 


'I 3 




6 


45 


20 


^ ^ 


2" 5 


' S' 


13 6 


» 15 


-3< 


P. 


■7 


II 24 


11 34 


11 8 


'I 45 




9 


^'^' 


30 8 


6 


|20., 


2 36 


14 


» 57 


14 


S. 


18 


oa 13 


— 


— 


5 




9 


6 2 


31 


6 4 


21 C 

1 


3 .« 


14 4 


3 34 


14 


£. 


'9 


I 2 


33 


II 9 


40 




8 


7 c 


31 


7 I 


20 „ 


3 S' 


14 5 


4 S 


14 j 


M. 


20 


1 ,^2 


° 59 


" 7 


I 18 




5 


2 ^ 


30 8 


I J 


|20 5 


4 27 


14 4 


4 45 


14 ! 


Tu. 




2 43 


I 37 


II 4 


J 54 




2 


8 12 




83 




5 2 


13 10 


5 "c 


I) 1 


W. 


11 


3 32 






3 30 


10 


9 


846 


'g ^ 


9 


tS 11 


5 38 


13 3 


5 5; 


13 ( 


Th. 




4 30 


a 48 


10 7 


3 7 


10 


5 


9 15 


•8 .5 


9 4^ 


'17 11 


6 ,, 


13 6 


63 


13 


F. 


14 


5 8 


3 15 


10 3 


3 45 


10 





10 4 


'^ 5 


10 3 


16 11 


«59 


II 9 


7 3 


II 


S. 


35 


5 53 


4 5 


9 9. 


4 ^7 


9 


7 


10 52 


■fi 5 


II a 


16 1 


746 


11 1 


8 12 


10 I 


»• 


2(5 


639 


4 53 


9 6; 


5 31 


9 


5 


11 St 


15 9 


— 


— 


843 


10 7 


9 .( 


10 


M. 


27 


7 23 


5 53 


9 4 


629 


9 


4 


a 3C 


■5 7 


I 


'S <> 


9 54 


',: i 


10 3 


10 


Tu 


18 


8 6 


7 12 


9 5 


7 49 


9 


7 


I 4c 


'^ ^ 


3 14 


16 


u J 


II 3 


If 


5^9 


851 


8 11 


9 9 


853 






3 44 


;?i 


3 I, 


17 > 




— 




11 


Th. 30 9 37 


9 30 


10 3 


9 4(5 


10 


e 


3 4= 


4 


18 3 


32 


11 10 


° 5' 


13 


H^M™Bprt«J 5*1. gin. 


IQO. gin. 


7"- 2" 


PAiuM o/fA«^oon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D. B. u. 




11.D. 




K.D 




UD 


/ 


«.!.. 





Full - - - - 4 4 9 Momiag. 




I 


3N.39 


9' a 


.».3S 


n' 


IN. 9 


»5 


61T.4 


Last Qnarter 11 i 33 Morning. 




2 


IS. 13 




9 Si 


18 


5 6 


36 


3 i 


New . - - - 18 3 5 Morning. 




3 


6 6 


11 


6 jS 


"9 


8 "5 


37 


9 i 


First Quarter a6 4 8 Morning. 




4 I 


49 


13 


.3 4 




39 


38 


5 ■ 








5 3 


13 


8 28 




J 43 


39 


3 


In Perigee - 9 5 Morning, 




6 I 


8 31 


H 


3 29 


33 


' 54 


30 


48.J 


In Apogee • 34 9 Morning. 




7 > 


54 


15 


i»-37 


»3 


I 5 










8 3 


I 58 


16 


6 3S 


34 


9 30 







Tlw timM of High WUa ue giTM Ite Mnn Tine at FIbm t if Orvenwkh w Baihraj TlnM be raqoiN^-. 
SUBwns nMratt ( m. I Rvu. addlm. | gnmmus aM • il 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



APRIL, 1863. 


NOBTH SHIELDS. 


LEITH. 


THUBSa 




















[ORM.M. 


ArTisnooH. 


MoatdNO. 


A™h»oo». 






Ajtbbnooh. 




lU. 


Bdsht. 


Ttae. 


Height. 


Timo. 'Height. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 








n. M. 


















U. M. 






35 


10 9 


' H 




3 


39 


'^ i 


48 


i^i U 


649 


10 


9 


7 5 


>' 5 


13.9 


'3 


11 8 


3 a8 






I 6 


14 6 


I 23 


15 I 


7 '8 


II 




7 33 


i» 5 


13-9 


44 


13 6 


3 I 




10 


I 40 


'5 6 


I 58 




748 


ta 


10 


8 4 


13 3 


14-9 


'7 


13 a 


3 34 




^ 


a 15 


16 3 


3 33 


16 7 


8 21 


13 


7 


8 39 


(3 8 





ja 


»3 7 


4 " 




8 


a 51 


16 9 


3 8 


16 10 


856 


13 


9 


9 14 


13 9 


16.9 


30 


13 8 


4 49 




7 


3 35 


16 9 


3 44 


16 8 


9 34 


13 


8 


9 54 


13 *5 


■7 9 


9 


•3 i 


5 30 


'3 


3 


4 4 


16 6 


4 aj 


16 3 


10 IJ 




3 


10 38 


13 1 


18-9 


53 




6 16 




8 


4 47 


16 


5 10 


15 8 


II 1 


13 


6 


11 36 


13 


■9'S< 


39 


la 4 


2 ^ 






5 34 


'5 3 


6 I 


14 9 


■J Ji3 


11 


7 


. — 





20 > 


35 


>« 5 


8 8 






6 31 


»4 3 


7 _^3 


13 9 


as 


II 




54 




21-9 


46 


10 6 


938 




3 


7 4 


13 4 




13 I 


■ 31 


10 


3 


3 13 


10 c 


< 


13 


10 3 


■055 




4 


9 5 


la 11 


9 50 


13 


'^l 


9 


10 


346 


9 I 


23-9 


35 


10 7 






— 


10 al 


•3 3 


II 3 


13 7 


4 18 


10 





5 5 


10 


24.9 






40 




3 


11 34 


13 II 






5 36 


10 


7 


6 4 




25 '9 


8 


II ? 


I 34 








14 4 


38 


1+ 9 


6 ap 


11 




6 50 


la I 


26-9 


i? 


la 4 


3 19 




8 


51 


15 3 


I 14 


15 8 


7 '» 




6 


7 »7 




27 9 


38 




* 57 






I 34 


16 


I 54 


16 3 


7 44 


13 


3 


B a 


13 J 


28.9 


16 


13 3 


3 34 




4 


a 14 


16 5 


3 53 


16 6 


8 21 


13 


6 


8 37 


13 5 


• 


^l 


13 4 


4 10 




3 


3 49 


'^ -^ 


3 6 


.6 4 


854 


«3 


3 


9 12 


'3 I 


■•♦ 


38 


13 i 


4 47 




10 


3 "3 


"* i 


3 4' 


15 10 


9 3» 


13 


10 


9 50 


13 C 


2-4 


5 


13 6 


5 34 




3 


4 ° 


15 6 


4 18 


15 3 


10 8 






10 37 




3-4 


+» 


13 


6 1 




8 


4 37 


14 11 


456 


14 7 


10 46 


II 


6 


II 7 


11 1 


4 '4 


10 


" S 


•5 39 




I 


5 '.S 


14 3 


5 35 


13 10 


II 27 




8 


II 50 




5*4 


I 


10 9 


7 ^5 




+ 


558 


'^ -^ 


6 3J 


13 




- 




13 


9 ic 


6-4 


50 


9 1" 


8 19 


9 


7 


645 


13 8 


7 14 


la 4 


37 


9 


6 


I 4 


9 3 


7'4 


5» 


S> 5 


9 37 


9 


4 


746 


13 1 


8 so 


13 


' 37 


9 


I 




8 1 


J 


6 


9 4 


10 44 


9 


6 


859 


II IJ 


9 39 


13 1 


» Ji 


8 


II 


3 35 


8 I 


9-4 


^9 


9 9 


II 50 


10 





10 13 


13 3 


10 43 


13 7 


4 12 


9 


I 


4 44 


9 4 


IO-4 






19 




4 


11 13 


13 li 


II 39 


13 4 


5 14 


9 


7 


5 41 




11.4 


46 


ID 9 


I 9 


" 








3 


13 9 


6 5 


10 


6 


6 a6 


II c 


12-4 


«^i«i«J fifi. Qta. 


gft. 2'-- 


6»-7^ 1 


^yiwrion »/■ TVme a( Noon. \ 


a 




>u>. 


K. B. 




X.D, 


M. 






M.D. 


M. B 




. 


Sub. 


9 


1 41 


Sub. 


17 






Add. 


»5 


a 4 


Add. 


■ 4H 






I 34 




18 


3 






36 


3 14 




a< 




11 


I 8 




19 


5 






a? 


a 34 




f 




13 


j3 




ao 


I 






38 


a 34 




5= 




13 


036 




ai 


I 1 






39 


3 43 




33 




14 


31 




aa 


1 3 






30 


3 5a 




^S 




IJ 


5 




33 


I 4 












Si 




16 


9 


Add. 


34 


I 5 












•mi 


ShWW. 


l-M 


ep 


T^ 


for 


UeanT 


imeatl 


a«j if 


Greenn 


id 


"TTi 


C«U 


»8J 


Tin 


[ieb< 


reqni 


ed,-fi» 



so 










TIDB TABLEB FOB THE 










APRIL, 1863. 


i 


1 

! 




ORGEKOCK. 


LIVERPOOL. 


PBMBEOKB. 


MoBntna. 


Amuooii. 




A^.^00-. 


MoBHimt. 


■*™«t| 








Time. 


HBigfal. 


Time. 


Hdrht 


Timf<. 


Hffljht. 


Ti„e 


M(%ht 


Time. 


Height. 


Kd.. 


W* 








H. M. 


F. I. 


H. H. 










B. M. 




a. M. 


p. I. 


H- M. 


f. 1 


w. 




[i:>ai4 


10 6 


8 9 


10 a6 


9 




9a8 


ai 6 


9 4 


^3 5 


4 3 


'7 7 


4 .6 


1(1 


Th 


2 


i[ 


10 43 


9 3 


II a 


9 


4 


10 a 


a4 2 


10 1 


24 9 


4 45 


■9 ' 


5 S 


'S': 


F. 


3 


morf 


11 aa 


9 5 


[1 4' 


9 


7 


ro 35 


a.? 3 


10 5 


»5 9 


S aC 


30 3 


546 


w- 


S. 


4 




— 


— 


I 


9 


9 


n 13 


a6 3 


II 3 


36 7 


'S 5 


31 3 


6.4 


11 ■ 


»■ 


5 


038 


31 


9 10 


39 


9 




'I 51 


a6 9 


_ 





643 


31 9 


7 I 


11 f 


M. 


6 


1 3s 


° .59 


9 I" 


1 19 








36 10 


as 


3d 10 


7 3C 


31 9 


7 39 


11 ' 


T. 


7 


s ift 




9 '1 


' 58 


9 




49 


26 8 


I S 


26 4 


7 5S 


31 3 


S ai 


loi 


W. 


i 


.1 27 


2 19 


9 10 


a 41 


9 


9 


I 30 


15 9 


I 5 


35 a 


8 43 


30 5 


9 5 


19. 


Th. 


g 


4 37 


3 3 


9 <5 


3 a6 


9 


' 


a 13 


24 6 


* 3 


23 9 


9 38 


19 I 


9 S» 


lU 


P. 




,5 ^6 


3 53 


9 a 


4 31 






3 5 


23 


3 3= 






17 9 


.048 




S. 


11 


6.3 


4 53 


8 9 


5 39 


8 


7 


4 7 


31 6 


4 4( 


30 II 


II 17 


'6 5 


■■ 5> 


16 


#. 


13 


7 r8 


6 8 


8 6 


6 50 


8 


5 


.? *9 


30 8 


(5 I 


30 10 








31 


16. 


M. 


13 


8 10 


731 


8 5 


8 9 


S 


7 


7 1 


ai 3 


7 3* 


ai 9 


I 15 


,6 4 


'58 


.6" 


Tu, 


1' 


9 


843 


8 10 


9 '5 


9 





8 la 


33 6 


8+c 


23 3 


2 35 


'7 5 


3 10 


18) 


W. 




9 48 


9 44 


9 a 


10 II 


9 


4 


9 7 


23 11 


9 3 


24 7 


3 4' 


18 10 


4 10 


'9 


Th. 


16 


.0 36 


■0 34 


9 5 


10 56 


9 


6 


9 53 


35 a 


10 13 


25 6 


436 


30 


S ° 




F. 


17 


u 34 


II 18 


9 7 


n 40 


9 


8 


10 33 


35 10 


1= 53 


16 


5 ^3 


30 9 


5 45 


10 t 


.1 


18 


oai2 


— 




I 


9 


9 


»i 13 


16 1 


11 33 


26 , 


•5 5 




Saj 


11 


*. 


JP 


1 a 


30 


9 9 


38 


9 


9 


11 50 


aS 


_ 


— 


641 


31 


«59 


.0<| 


M. 


30 


I 5^ 


57 


9 8 


I 16 


9 


7 


8 


»5 9 


37 


35 6 


7 17 


30 6 


7 35 


U) ) 


Tu, 


21 


2 42 


' 34 


9 6 


I 5= 


9 


5 


° 45 


»5 I 


I 


24 7 


7 51 


19 9 


8 10 


19 a 


W. 


la 


3 32 


1 9 


9 4 


a a; 


9 




I ao 


34 J 


I 37 


33 6 


8 28 


18 10 


847 


18.. 


Th. 


^3 




> 45 




3 3 


8 




I 55 


33 10 


a 13 


33 3 


9 5 


17 9 


9 »3 


•7'< 


F. 


*4 




3 32 


8 9 


3 4a 


8 


7 


2 3a 


31 7 


a 53 


3, 


9 41 


16 8 




lis. 


S. 


^r> 


5 ^3 


4 4 


8 6 


4 aS 


8 


4 


3 15 


30 4 


3 4= 


19 10 


10 33 


15 8 


.04; 


'5' 


»■ 


26 


6 38 


4 56 


8 a 


536 


8 


1 


4 II 


'9 5 


4 4'1 


19 1 


11 13 


14 10 


■■ 43 


U') 


M. 






6 I 


8 


6 39 


8 




5 23 


'9 ' 


S 5 


19 3 






ic 


■+'' 


Tu. 


a3 


8 e 


7 15 


8 I 


748 


8 


a 


644 




7 17 


ao a 


056 


15 


1 33 


rs' 


W. 


aj) 


8 51 


8 ao 


8 4 


8 49 


S 


6 


748 


io 


8 17 


ai 6 


3 9 


'5 I' 


» 4 


tiS 


Th. 


r 


9 37 


9 ifi 


8 9 


9 4" 


8 




84, 


33 3 


9 4 


.. 


3 II 


17 3 


3 37 


18' 


"•"SA"-) 4»- lO"- 


I3R. Qln. 


10«-6^ 


Phtuet of the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D. H. M. 




IU>, 


' 


M.D. 




K.D. 


/ 


W.I.. 





'I7k>ii ^ _ ji A ft MomifiT 






3N.39 


9 » 


1S.38 


17 


I N.9 
5 6 


*5 
i<3 




Last Qnarter - ii i S3 Morning 






2 H 


18 


3 ■ 


New 1 8 3 ^'i Morning 






6 6 


II I 


6 58 


19 


8 15 


»7 


9 ! 


Fir?t Quarter - a6 4 8 Morning 






10 49 


la I 


i i 


30 


39 


38 


5 ' 








'5 ^ 


13 


8 38 


31 


I 43 


jp 


! 


In Perigee - - 9 5 Morning 




(5 


.8 3. 


14 


3 »9 


33 a 


I 54 


30 


4 1.1 


In Apogee - - 14 9 Morning 




7 


" ^i 


15 


IN. 37 


33 a 


I -5 










8 


'' ^1 


16 


6 35 


34 


9 ao 




__^^ 



■The ttow of High Water are giTwn fw M*«n Time rt Phoe i If Oiwnwtdi or a»UwEy "Kme Jw req»li«V-^ 
Qsnvocx o*( »m. I LrmrooL«<MU m. 1 FiKaxoDaM Wn. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



81 



APRIL, 1863. 



I 



WESTON-SUPEB-MABK. 



MoBimra. 



Time. 



5 
6 7 

647 



1634 



7 
8 

841 

9 21 

10 a 

3|iO 46 

II 



a6|j8 
3 



493 



o 

I 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 



a8 
8 



17 

4 
47 



7 ^5 

8 I 

8 35 

9 8 

9 40 
uio la 

;io 50 



\ 



II 

ai 

1 35 
a 4a 

3 4<5 



r. I. 

31 7 
I 

36 o 

37 ^ 



4l 
5 



38 

37 II 
36 8 

34 8 

3» 3 
o a 



ap 

30 
31 



8 



1933 7 



35 
36 

37 

37 
36 

35 

34 

3a 

30 
a8 



4<^a7 

^7 

^7 
ap 

31 



3 

3 
6 

5 
a 

5 
7 
9 

7 

4 
10 

3 
a 



AmCBMOOK. 



H. M. 



. 



3 

5 

6 38 

7 7 



4635 



7 45 

8 23 

9 I 

41 



9 

10 

II 

I 
3 

3 

4 

5 
6 

1 

7 
8 



2433 



15 

9 
31 
45 
50 

41 

3 



43 
18 

851 
9 "4 

9 56 

10 30 

11 16 

o 58 
a 9 

3 i5 

4 15 



HOLYHEAD. 



MoBimo. 



F. I. 

33 II 

3 
10 

37 " 



38 
38 

37 
35 



3 



31 

ap 
30 

34 
36 



637 
<537 



7 
8 

7 
8 

3 
I 



3 

3<5 II 
36 o 
34 10 



Time. 

H. M. 

8 a4 

857 

9 31 
10 6 

10 40 

n 56 
o ip 



I 
a 
3 



8 

5 
la 



33 
31 

*§ 
a8 



a7 
a8 

30 
3a 



5 
6 

7 
J 



5 
5 



Mmui fltpring') 1A^ 7^ 



4 38 

6 a 

7 8 
8 

8 48 
p a8 

10 5 

10 38 

11 13 
II 4p 

o 8 

4p 

1 31 
a 18 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



18 

3a 

47 
46 

37 



Hdffht. 

F. I. 

3 II 

4 II 

5 7 

6 a 

6 6 

^ 5 

6 I 

5 1^1 
5 

4 a 

3 4 

3 o 

3 4 

4 o 

4 10 

5 6 

5 II 

6 a 



6 

5 

5 

4 

4 

3 
a 



o 

7 

I 

9 

I 

4 



a 
a 
a 

3 
3 10 



4 
o 



Aftbrhoon. 



Time. 

H. JC. 

8 4a 

9 13 
948 

10 a3 

10 57 

11 Z5 

43 

1 35 
a 35 
3 541 

5 !»3 

6 37 

7 36 

8 a7 

9 8 

9 47 
10 ;Ka 

10 55 

11 30 



a8 

9 

54 
a 45 



o 
I 
I 



3 

5 
6 

7 
8 



5» 
la 

17 

13 
o 



KINGSTOWN. 



MoBinvck 



F. I. 



4 

5 

5 I 
6 



5 
3 



no 



6 
6 

5 
4 
3 
3 

3 

3 

4 

5 

5 
6 



5 
5 

4 

3 
a 

a 

a 
a 
a 

3 

4 



(3 

4 



7 

5 
a 



I 
I 

10 

4 



I 

II 
4 

o 
I 
8 

5 






gft. Qin. 



Time. 
B. ic 

p 18 

9 5^ 
ap 

II 3 



II 39 

38 

1 aa 
a 8 

3 4 

4 II 



5 
6 



3a 

49 
56 



7 
8 56 

948 
10 »5 



II 



II 37 



6 
I 
I 

a 

3 



34 
II 

49 
31 
17 

16 

^5 
34 

7 S3 

8 a8 



4 

5 
6 



Sfligiil. 
F. I. 

9 
10 



91 
3 



10 8 

11 I 

II 



II 
10 
10 

9 
9 



9 
3 
9 
4 



9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

10 II 

II o 

10 II 

10 6 
10 a 

9 9 

9 4 
8 II 



'8 
8 
8 

9 
9 



7 
6 

9 
a 

8 



Aftebkook. 



Time. 

9 40 
10 13 

10 46 

11 ai 

II 58 
o 18 



59 
45 
35 
34 
5a 

la 

H 



o 
I 

a 

3 
4 

6 

7 

8 a; 

9 »^ 
10 7 

10 44 

11 ip 



56 
16 

5a 
30 

9 

2 53 

3 44 



II 

o 
o 
1 
a 



4 50 

6 I 

7 4 

8 a 

8 53 



€5 



F. I^ 

10 

to 6 

10 II 

11 a 

II 

II a 

10 II 



oia 



10 
10 

9 
9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

II 



dip 



oao 



624, 



II 



8 



10 
10 
10 4 

9 II 
9 

9 

8 



8 
8 
8 

9 
9 



7 
II 

5 
II 



•9 
13*9 
14 9 
O 

16^9 
1^-9 
18-0 



•9 

•9 

ai*p 



a3.9 

•9 

a5*9 
•9 

^7*9 
•9 



5»6 



oa8 



lO I 



4 
a-4 

3-4 

4-4 

5-4 
6*4 

7-4 

} 

9*4 
10*4 

"•4 

ia*4 



511. gin. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



4 a 

3 

3 

3 
a 

a 

a 

I 



44 
26 

8 

50 
33 
15 
58 



Sub. 



9 
10 

II 

ra 

13 

14 

15 
16 



1 
I 
I 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 



8. 
41 

^4 
8 

5a 
36 
ai 

5 
9 



Sub. 



Add. 



17 
18 

19 

ao 
ai 
aa 

a3 



JC. 

o 

o 
o 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



8. 

a4 

38 

51 

4 

17 
ap 

41 
53 



Add. 



M. D. 

^5 
a6 

a7 

a8 

ap 

30 



8. 

4 

14 
a4 

34 

43 
a 5a 



M. 

a 
a 

a 
a 
2 



Add. 



of lltfi WafrawgiTenfcrMeaiiTimeatPlaoei if Greenwich orRaiLirmyTmife\)^T«(^Ka«VHIsst 
•** U m. I HOXTBXAD Atf 18 n. I Kii[Q8iQirxtwblrcMi\m,1«T»^U&iLTa&A. 



TIDB TABLES FOE THE 



APRIL, 1863. 


B - 


1^ 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDERRY. 


8LIG0 BAT. 


MOBNISO. 


ArTEaHOON. 


MooxiKa. 


Attebnoos. 




Afiehn 






Tinie. 


HBight. 


Time. 


HdEht 


Time. 


Height. 


TlttlB. 


Bdghl 


Timt. 


Hel«ht. 


Timr. 


Hi 




H. M. 


H. M. 




I. 


B. M. 






















w. 


10ftI4 


8 58 


8 


7 


9 17 


8 




i 9 


<S 8 


6 a; 


'i I'i 


3 38 


9 5 


3 43 


! 


Th, 


til 


9 33 


9 





9 49 


9 




643 


7 > 


7 1 


7 4 


3 39 


10 3 


4 15 




F. 


.. 4^ 


10 6 


9 


4 


10 34 


9 


6 


7 "9 


7 « 


2^» 


7 a 


4 33 


10 10 


4 31 


11 


S. 


t Born. 


lo 41 


9 


7 


ir 


9 


7 


7 50 


7 to 


8 .4 


7 11 


3 1° 


11 4 


3 30 


n 


» 


3i* 


II 18 


9 


8 


II 35 


9 


7 


83. 


8 


848 


8 


348 


" I 


i 5 


11 


M. 


I 3a 


'I 53 


9 


7 








9 5 


7 11 


9 "3 


7 9 


6 =3 


11 6 


«43 


II 


Tu, 


a aS 


14 


9 


7 


35 


9 


e 


9 4a 


7 7 




7 5 


7 4 




7 lO 


K 


W. 


3>7 


58 


9 


5 




9 


3 


to a. 


7 3 


1046 


7 ■> 


748 


10 6 


8 to 


It 


Th. 


4 a? 


» 47 


9 




3 16 







11 J4 


6 8 


" 51 


6 4 


8 36 


9 9 


9 6 


£ 


F. I 


5 aQ 


3 46 


8 


9 


3 17 


8 


7 




— 


30 


6 


9 41 


2 ; 


10 31 


e 


S. I 


6 J3 


3 54 


8 


5 


4 33 


8 


4 


' 15 


i "> 


2 4 


3 9 


11 3 


8 8 


II 46 


E 


*. I 


7 '8 


5 13 


8 


3 


5 53 


8 


3 


» 5" 


5 t° 


3 31 


6 I 


~ 


— 


37 


e 


M. I 


8 ic 


fi3i 


8 


3 


7 10 


8 


4 


4 « 


6 4 


436 


6 6 


I 7 


8 10 


1 43 


s 


To. I 


9 


7 43 


8 


5 


8 10 


8 


8 


5 I 


6 9 


S '5 


6 II 


2 13 


9 4 


3 43 


s 


W. I 


9 48 


837 


8 




9 I 


9 


I 


548 


7 ; 


6 11 


7 4 


3 8 


10 □ 


3 30 


10 


Th.i 


.0 3e 


9 ^3 


9 


3 


9 44 


9 


4 


6 34 


' S 


ISji 


7 7 


3 50 


10 8 


4 10 


IC 


F. I 


II 34 


10 4 


9 


5 


10 33 


9 


6 


7 "S 


7 8 


7 37 


7 9 


4 30 




4 50 


II 


S. I 




10 41 


9 


« 


.058 


9 


( 


7 36 


7 9 


8 13 


7 9 


3 ■= 


11 4 


5=^8 


II 


» 1 


I 3 


II 16 


9 


5!" 33 


9 


4 


8 ap 


7 9 


843 


7 7 


3 46 


11 3 


6 3 


II 


M. 1 


I 5* 


II 51 


9 


3 








9 a 


7 .S 


9 19 


7 3 


6 31 


10 11 


6 39 


10 


To. 2 


2 41 


9 


9 




38 


9 


I 


9 36 


7 ■ 


9 3a 


6 10 


637 


•0 3 


7 '5 


10 


W. 1 


3 32 


4; 


9 





t 6 


8 




10 9 


6 8 


10 37 


« 3 


2 ^' 


9 9 


2 ^' 


9 


Th.i 


3 4 so 


1 37 


8 




I 49 


8 


a 


10 47 


6 3 


11 13 


3 " 


8 10 


9 « 


8 3» 




F. ■ 


t 5 8 




8 


6 


3 30 


8 


4 


11 40 


i 8 






836 


8 6 


9 13 


8 


S. a 


; 5 53 


3 


8 


1 


3 »7 


8 


" 


la 


S 5 


046 


5 3 


9 S3 


8 


10 37 


7 


* a 


638 


358 


8 





4 31 


7 




I 34 


J 3 


2 3 


^ ; 


II 3 


7.0 


II 39 


7 


M. 1 


7 33 


5 4 


7 




5 4* 


7 


10 


3 43 


5 3 


3 20 


3 « 






16 


8 


Tu.i 


8 6 


617 


7 




6 49 


8 





3 53 


S 9 


4 19 


6 c 


° 3" 


8 3 


1 33 


8 


W. 1 


85. 


7 ao 


8 


I 


5S 


8 


3 


4 43 


6 a 


5 3 


i 5 


■ 3» 


8 7 


3 20 


8 


Th,j 


9 37 


8 11 


8 


5 


8 


8 


5 'J 


6 7 


3 43 


6 10 


a 43 


9 3 


3 5 


9 


"-&.'"•■«) 1 


O-gin. 




3». iQl.. 


5"- 7"- 


Fluua o/lh. 


.VooR. 




Moorit Declinalion at Noon. 


D. H. 


U. 




ILD. 




ILD. 


. , 


■.D. 




1I.I>. 





Fnll - - - - 4 4 


9 Morning. 




1 


3N.39 


9 


31 S.38 


17 


IK. 


»5 > 


6k 


Last Quarter • 1 1 i 


33 Morning. 




a 


I 8.13 


to 


19 33 


18 I 


5 " 


36 I 


3 


Ne« i8 3 


5 Morning. 




3 


6 6 




16 j8 


19 1 


8 "5 


37 


9 


First Quarter- 26 4 


8 Morning. 




4 1 


49 


13 


13 4 


30 3 


39 


38 


5 








5 ■ 


? 3 


13 


8 38 




1 43 


39 




Tn Perigee- - 9 5 


Morning. 




6 I 


8 31 


14 


3 29 


aa a 


■ 34 


30 


48 


In Apogee --34 9 


Morning. 




7 » 

8 2 


;^^ 


"3 
16 


1N.37 
6 35 


33 a 

34 1 


■ 3 

9 30 







ttattMCsarHighWtterangimifiirUcaiiTiiiiS at riscci If Dublin or Bailvs^ Tlin« bereqnlndr 

»»r...^ Mttntt 1 B. I liMIDMIUBSI oM * m, | BUOO BltT kU • m. 



BRITISH AND lEISH PORTS. 



33 



APRIL, 1863. 



GALWAY. 



QUEENSTOWK. 



MORNUTO. 



Time. 

B. M. 

2 42 

3 19 

3 53 

4 29 



5 
5 



5 

44 

6 25 

7 10 

8 o 

859 
o 12 



Height. 
F. I. 



I 
O 
I 

3 

3 



38 

'^ 
26 

2T 
10 

4 ^9 

5 41 

5 4a 

6 18 

7 34 

8 18 

9 7 

10 

1 27 

3 

1 4 
I 54 



2 

3 

4 
4 

5 
5 
5 

4 

3 

2 



I 
I 
2 

3 

4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
3 

3 

2 

I 
o 

o 
o 
o 
I 



4 

4 

2 

II 

4 

4 
o 

3 

4 
I 



4 

7 

4 

3 
o 

7 
10 

10 

5 
101 

2 

4 

5 
6 



4 
6 

3 
2 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
H. If. 

3 

3 35 

4 II 

4 47 



5 
6 

6 
7 



26 

4 
47 
33 



8 29 

9 33 
10 54 



o 
I 
2 

3 

4 
4 

5 
6 

6 

7 
7 



55 
54 
46 

30 
10 

46 

23 

o 

36 

14 

56 



8 42 

9 37 
10 47 

34 

1 31 

2 17 



Height. 
I F. I. 



2 
3 

4 
5 

5 

5 

4 

3 
2 

I 

I 

I 

2 

3 

4 
4 
4 

4 

4 

3 
2 

I 

o 

o 



10 

9 

7 
2 

4 

2 

8 
10 

§ 



MORIONO. 



Time. 
2 

3 
4 

4 



58 
37 
15 
53 

3a 
II 



II 

10 

8 

4 

9 
10 

8 
2 
6 

9 
10 

II 
3 



10 

1 8 

2 8 



Dtge. 



Spring 



ft. K^in. 



} J**- 6 



5 
6 

651 

7 34 

8 19 

9 " 
10 13 

" 35 

17 

1 32 

2 36 

3 a8 

4 13 
4 53 



5 31 

6 44 

7 20 

7 55 

8 3a 

9 15 

10 10 

11 24 

I 

1 6 



Height. 
F. I. 

10 O 

10 9 

11 4 
II 10 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
H. M. 



12 
12 
II 
II 
10 10 



I 

I 

II 

5 



10 
9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

I 

I 

I 

I 
I 
I 



1 

6 

5 
6 

o 

8 

3 

7 
10 

9 

6 



2 
10 8 



10 

9 
9 

8 
8 



I 

7 
o 

9 
9 



8 10 

9 4 
9 " 



3 
3 

4 
5 



20 
56 
34 
13 



5^ 

31 
12 

56 

8 44 

9 40 
10 53 



5 
6 

7 

7 



o 
2 

3 
3 

4 
5 

5 
6 

7 

7 
8 



55 
6 

4 

51 

33 
12 

50 
26 

2 
38 

13 



8 53 

9 41 

10 46 



34 

1 38 
a 33 



Height. 

F. I. 

10 5 

II I 

II 

12 



WATERFORD. 



Morning. 



12 
12 
II 
II 
10 

9 
9 



7 
o 

I 

o 
8 
2 

5 
91 



Time. 

H. X. 

II 

55 

37 
16 



9 

10 

10 II 



9 
4 



II 
II 
II 



5 

9 
10 

8 
4 



II 
II 
10 II 

5 
10 

3 

lOl 



10 

9 

9 
8 



8 8 

9 

9 
10 



5ft. iQin. 



3 
3 

4 
5 

5 
6 

7 
7 



51 

31 
12 

54j 

8 37 

9 ^5 
10 35 



II 

o 
I 
2 

3 

4 
5 



53 
30 
41 

49 

46 

34 
16 



'. 



51 
29 

5 
40 

14 

8 50 

9 31 



7 

7 
8 



10 33 

11 42 

15 

1 16 

2 16 



Height. 

F. 1. 

O 10 

1 6 

2 J 
2 6 

2 9 

2 10 

2 8 



2 
I 
I 
o 

o 
o 
o 
I 

2 
2 

2 



4 
9 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
H. X. 



2 

3 
9 

5 

o 

4 
5 



a 5 
2 2 

I II 

I 6 

I I 

o 7 

O I 



9 

9 

9 
10 

10 



7 
6 

7 
o 



3 

4 
4 
5 

6 
6 

7 



34 
Jt5 
57 
35 

12 
52 
33 



8 15 
9 

9 56 
II 14 



Height. 
F. I. 



I 
2 

3 

4 
4 
5 



6 
16 

19 
10 

5<5 
34 



6 10 

6 47 

7 aj 

7 57 

8 3a 

9 8 

10 O 

II 7 

45 

1 46 

2 44 



II 

II 
12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
II 
10 
10 

10 
II 
II 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
II 
II 
10 
10 

9 



2 
10 

4 
7 

10 

9 
6 

I 

5 
9 



9 
2 

5 
5 

4 
I 

9 

4 

9 

3 
lol 



9 

lO 

II 



10 

4 

o 



H ^ 



41 



D. 
12-9 

i3'9 
14-9 

O 

i6*9 
17.9 
18-9 
19-9 

20'9 
21*9 

a 

23-9 
24-9 

^5' 9 
26'g 

27.9 

28-9 

• 
I '4 

2-4 

3-4 

4*4 

5*4 
6-4 

7'4 

}) 

9*4 
io'4 

1-4 

12*4 



gft. 2^1. 









Equation of Time at Noon, 










X. 8. 




XJ>. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




XJ>. 


X. 8. 




4 a 


Sub. 


9 


I 41 


Sub. 


17 


24 


Add. 


^5 


2 4 


Add. 


3 44 




10 


I 24 




18 


38 




26 


2 14 




3 a^ 




II 


I 8 




19 


51 




^7 


2 24 




3 8 




12 


52 




20 


I 4 




28 


a 34 




2 50 




13 


36 




21 


I 17 




29 


a 43 




i 33 




H 


21 




22 


I 29 




30 


2 52 




a 15 




15 


5 




23 


I 41 










I 58 




16 


9 


Add. 


24 


I 53 











• of ED|^ Wtter are giTen for Mean Time at Place; if Dublin or Railway Time be reqaired^— for 
isirAT«4l 11m. I Qujaavrom add 8m. . | 'WjLxmo'KD add %m. 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



MAY, 1863. 



OUTH. 

AftumJ 



It 



'1 3 -i 
4 35 
i >9 



W. 1 

Tt 

F. 



«5/ 
7 43 
« 33 



3 48 

4 33 



6 43 
; «8 
8 14 



5 40 '6 

6 17 16 
"55 '5 



38,14 

' i'i 



J<ii7 6 



DEVONPOET. 



MoRNUia. I Aftebkook. 



S +8 



PORTSMOUTH. 



5 30 
A 6 3% 

7 47 

8 5° 

9 45 



9 'S" 
to jlU' 

JO 11]^ 

1 4311 
a 18 II 
a 3810 

3 4"" 

4 ao 10 

5 »o": 

6 3511 

- . m 

S 1711 



JfM«gSpri,8j Qft. gl-. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Moon's Declinalion at Noon. 



Full 3 a 51 Afternoon. 

Last Quarter - 10 7 ij? Morning. 

"" y- . - - - 17 4 48 Afternoon. 

FirstQuarter- 25 8 47 Afternoon. 



In Perigee - - 6 
In Apogee- - ai 



3 Morning. 
3 Morning. 



. . 


«... 


, 


M.I. 


, 


1..1,. 


ps. 3 


« 


13 8-53 




'9 "-54 


as 


J3 30 




9 »5 




31 a4 




17 19 


II 


4 31 


J« 


21 54 


a? 




13 


ON.30 








11 41 


■1 


5 ^5 


31 


19 54 


39 


2. +6 


H 




aa 


17 34 


30 


30 31 


i^ 


14 4 


a.^ 


14 30 


3» 


■7 39 




■7 3J 


a4 


10 JO 





BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



35 



MAY, 1863. 



10 33 

11 19 

51 — 

o 3o| 

I 

a 



•< 



o 



Time. 
H. X. 

1 9 48 



3 

4 



8 



1 

2 

3 
4 
5 



DOVER. 



MoRKnro. 



Height. 
p. 1. 

7 o 

7 " 

8 8 

9 I 



22 
^4 



9 3 9 



4 

5 
6 

7 



5 
5 



13 

4 
8 



8 14 

9 

9 55 



10 39 

11 23 

9 — 
o 22 

I 

I 
2 



21 



13 



^5 



39 
18 



a 59 
3 43 



26 4 30 

a? 5 a? 

28 6 21 

29 7 23 

30 8 20 



31 



9 13 



9 a 
8 10 

8 



7 

6 

5 
5 



2 
3 

3 

61 



5 

5 " 

6 7 



7 
7 

7 

ap 
/ 

7 

7 

6 

6 

5 
5 

4 
4 
4 
5 



I 
6 

9 
9 

5 
I 

9 
3 

9 
2 

8 

6 

10 

7 
6 



7 6 



APTXHXOOir. 



Time. 

H. X. 

9 a? 
10 II 



Height. 
P. 1. 

7 

8 



10 54 

" 43 
o 7 

56 

1 48 

2 41 

3 37 

4 36 

5 34 

6 38 

7 45 

8 42 

9 3a 
10 18 

II 

" 43 
o 3 

40 

1 20 

1 58 

2 38 

3 ai 

4 6 

4 56 

5 55 
651 

7 5a 

8 47 

9 41 



6 
4 



8 II 

9 a 



9 

9 
8 

7 
6 

5 

5 

5 
6 



7 



I 

2 

6| 2 50 

3 37 

4 ^9 



8 



10 



7 



3 
6 10 



7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 3 
6 II 



4 
8 



8 



6 
6 



6 
o 



5 5 
4 II 



4 

4 

5 
6 



61 

7 
2 

J 

01 



7 
7 II 



SHEERNESS. 



MOBNINO. 



Time. 
H. X. 

11 2 

II 42 

O 2 

o 42 

22 



[■ir]fean8pring> qft. ^in. 



5 30 

6 39 

7 54 

9 4 

10 

II 
II 46 

o 8 

48 

1 26 

2 4 

2 36 

3 10 

3 47 

4 26 

5 la 

6 4 

7 6 

8 17 
^ 16 

10 13 

11 4 



Height, 
P. 1. 

4 9 

5 5 



5 
6 

6 

6 

6 

5 
5 



9 

2 

6 

5 
3 
9 



4 4 
3 10 
3 9 



4 

4 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 



I 

7 



5 

7 

6 

4 
o 

9 

4 



3 10 

3 6 
3 a 
3 o 
3 3 

3 10 

4 5 



Apteknoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 

II 23 



22 
2 



O 
I 
I 

2 

3 
4 
4 

6 

7 

8 30 

9 37 

10 34 

11 24 



45 
28 

12 

3 
58 

3 
16 



o 
I 
I 
2 
2 

3 
4 



28 

8 

46 

20 

5a 
28 

6 



448 

5 37 

6 34 

7 43 

8 47 

9 45 

10 39 

11 28 



Height 
P. 1. 

15 I 



LONDON. 



MoRiniTG. 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

5 
4 

4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 



Time. 
H. M 

o 6 
o 50 



4 
6 

4 
o 

5 
8 

I 

9 
10 

4 
10 

2 



/ 

5 

2 

II 
6 
I 

8 

3 
oi 

J 

6 
I 



5 5 



I 
2 

2 

3 

4 
5 
5 



Height. 
P. I. 

6 10 

7 7 



33 

13 

54 

37 
20 

8 
59 



658 

8 5 

9 20 

10 30 

11 37 
o 4 

o 53 



1 
2 
2 

3 

4 



38 

19 

57 

3a 

6 

4 43 

5 19 

5 56 

6 42 

7 30 

8 3a 

9 40 

10 43 
[I 41 



8 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 
8 



5 
o 

5 

7 

5 
o 



7 <5 
6 II 
6 8 



6 

7 
7 
7 



9 
I 

4 
9 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
7 10 

7 5 



7 o 
6 6 
6 2 

5 II 

6 I 

6 4 

6 II 

7 3 



Aptebnoon. 



H to* 

«5 



Time. 


Height.] 




H. M. 


P. 


I. 


D 


28 


17 


2 


13- 


I II 


18 





14. 


I 53 


18 


9 





a 33 


19 


3 


16. 


3 16 


19 


7 


17- 


358 


19 


6 


18. 


4 44 


19 


3 


19. 


5 33 


18 


8 


20 • 


6 28 


17 


11 


21- 


7 30 


17 


2 


([ 


8 43 


16 


9 


23- 


9 54 


16 


7 


24- 


II 6 


16 


10 


^5- 


— . 




- 


26- 


30 


17 


6 


27- 


I 17 


17 


II 


28» 


2 


18 


3 


• 


a 39 


18 


5 


o* 


3 15 


18 


5 


I* 


3 49 


18 


3 


2. 


4 a5 


17 


II 


3' 


5 


n 


8 


4* 


5 37 


17 


2 


5- 


6 17 


16 


9 


6. 


7 5 


16 


4 


J 


7 59 


16 





8- 


9 7 


16 





9- 


10 II 


16 


2 


10- 


11 14 


16 


7 


II- 


— 




- 


12- 


33 


17 


/ 


13- 



4 
4 

I 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

» 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

8 



gft. Qin. 



iffc. Tin. 



gtt. 7 











Equation of Time at Noon. 








Du 


M. 8. 




ILD. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X, s. 




3 


Add. 


9 


3 44 


Add. 


17 


3 5^ 


Add. 


^5 


3 ^3 




3 7 




10 


3 47 




18 


3 50 




26 


3 17 




3 14 




II 


3 50 




19 


3 48 




^7 


3 11 




3 ai 




12 


3 5* 




20 


3 45 




28 


3 4 




3 a? 




13 


3 53 




21 


3 41 




29 


a 57 




3 3a 




14 


3 53 




22 


3 38 




30 


2 49 


3 37 1 




15 


3 53 




^3 


3 33 




31 


2 41 




3 41 




i6 


3 53 




24 


3 a8 









Add. 



of H{^ Water ire given for Mean Time at Place ; if Greenwich or Railway Time be Te«\^\.x^— Iqt 
DawMB MmUrmct B m. I Buxsksem subtract ^m, | liOiKi>o^^i&. 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



J 



MAY, 1863. 




i 

Q 


P 


» H 


HAHWICH. 




HULL. 


BUHDERLAND. 1 






if 








1 




1^ 
















1 




^ 


1 


«H 


MonscNO. 


Aptebnoon. 


MORNINU. 


Aftehxoob. 


MooniBa. 


^ 










Ti™. 


Htyjht. 


TlOlB. 


Height 


Time. 


Heiglit, 


Ti.nn. 


Hetglit 


Time. 


Beiebt. 


■nmi. 


H<* 




















l^ >!. 








H. U. 




H. H. 






F. 


I 


10H17 


10 11 


10 9 


■° 34 







43 


18 10 


4 52 


■9 5 


I 31 


Ti 's 


1 44 


'3 




S. 


2 


II ip 


10 JS 


11 3 


11 13 




6 


5' 


19 11 


5 29 


20 4 


s 5 


13 5 


. 26 


13 




*- 


3 


norn. 


" 35 


11 8 


" 55 




9 


SS^ 


20 8 


6 12 


30 11 


3 47 


14 J 


3 7 


'4 




M. 


4 


16 




— 


1.1 




10 


(>Zl 


21 a 


654 


31 4 


3 3j 


14 6 


3 45 


14 




Tu 


^ 


' 1,^ 


o~36 


[1 10 


058 




10 


7 '7 


•■1 S 


7 39 


21 5 


4 7 


14 10 


4 2» 


'4 




W. 


6 


2 17 


I 10 


11 9 


I 42 




8 


8 


21 4 


8 23 


21 a 


4 51 


14 8 




14 




Th, 


7 


3 '8 


' 5 


11 6 


a 30 




5 


84? 


20 10 


9 13 


20 5 


53a 


'4 3 


6 i 


'3 




T-. 


S 


4 .8 


,36 


II 3 


3 21 






9 39 


19 10 


10 5 


19 4 


63' 


13 C 


<> 59 


'3 




S, 


9 


.5 M 


3 4« 


10 10 


4 14 


10 


7 


!■> 34 


18 10 


M 8 


.8 4 


7 30 


13 9 


8 2 


[1 




*. 


IQ 


6 7 


4 43 


'o 5 


5 15 


10 


3 


■1 43 


"7 ■' 


_ 


— 


835 


13 a 


9 10 


II 




M. 


II 


fi 57 


5 48 




6 2a 


10 


a 


24 


17 7 


I 


'7 4 


9 47 


11 9 


10 22 


II 




Tu. 


la 


1 45 


! ■ 


10 3 


738 


10 




1 32 


17 4 


a 3 


17 5 


056 


II y 


11 27 


11 




W. 


13 


833 


8 12 


Id 4 


8 44 


10 


6 


2 34 


"7 9 


3 5 


18 3 


11 5/ 


13 3 


— 


- 




Th. 


'4 


9 20 


9 13 


10 8 


9 4^ 


10 


10 


3 35 


18 7 


4 2 


19 


35 


13 6 


5. 


11 




P. 


i5 






11 


10 35 


II 


I 


4 3c 


■9 3 


4 5i 


,9 6 


I 30 


13 


I 4' 


'3 




S. 


16 


-5^ 


I058 


II a 




11 




5 15 


■9 8 


5 36 


19 10 


3 IC 


13 4 


2 3 


'3 




A. 


17 




II 41 


II 4 


— 






5 5! 


19 11 


6 18 


19 11 


a 53 


13 6 


3 1 


'3, 




M. 


18 


'oa- 




II 4 


31 


II 




63s 


19 11 


6 58 


19 10 


3 3 


13 8 


3 J' 


13 




Tu. 


19 


I ^'> 


39 


II 2 


058 


II 


J 


; 1 


19 9 


7 3fi 


.9 8 


4 a 


13 8 


4 « 


13 




W. 




a 14 




II 


' 34 






7 53 


19 6 


8 9 


19 4 


4 43 


13 5 


4 5S 


■3 

13 




Th 


21 


3 2 


1 S" 


10 9 


2 p 


10 


f 


8 2^ 


'9 1 


84.^ 


18 10 


5 1 


13 


5 3 




F. 


23 


3 48 


2 28 


10 6 


3 46 


10 


5 


9 4 


18 6 


9 23 


18 3 


5 51: 


13 6 


6 I 


13 




S. 


^.3 


4 33 


3 5 


10 3 


3 34 


10 


3 


» 4' 


17 10 


10 1 


17 6 


635 


13 


65 


n 




&■ 


^4 


S ■'■ 


3 43 


10 


4 4 


9 


11 


10 24 


17 3 


10 50 


16 11 


7 2C 


11 6 


7 V 


IE 




M. 


1; 


6 


4 26 


9 10 


4 ,51 


9 


S 


11 If 


iS 8 


.148 


16 G 


8 ic 


11 3 


83 


U 




Tu 


16 


6 43 


3 13 


9 8 


5 43 


9 


8 


— 


— 


19 


.6 4 


9 5 




9 3 


11 




W. 


27 


! >S 


6 11 


9 8 


6 50 


9 


9 


5c 


.6 3 


I 33 


16 4 


to 13 


II 


10 4^ 


It 




Th 


18 


8 ,4 


2 ^^ 


9 10 


7 54 






1 5 


16 6 


3 19 


16 10 




II 4 


■■ 3 


II 




P. 


ly 


9 5 


8 23 


10 3 


8 53 


10 


4 


a 4, 


'I ^ 


3 13 


17 10 


— 


— 





It 




S. 


30 


9 5!^ 


9 20 


10 7 


9 47 


10 


10 


3 4 


■8 5 


4 8 


18 11 


33 


13 4 


-5 


» 




»■ 


31 


■0 j; 


10 14 


I. 


10 39 


" 


3 


4 33 


■9 5 


456 


19 11 


I 34 


■3 I 


■ 5 


i» 




HaltMranSprin!! ^fl. gin. 


10»- 5"- 


7ft. 21". ] 


;: 


PhaseM of ike Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. | 








It.D. 




W.D. 




M.D 





MD 







D, n. u. 

pu][ ... 2 1J3 Afiornoon. 


1 


9«- 3 


9 I 


3 8.53 


'2 


19N.54 


'i 


£k 




LftstQunrter- lo 7 i.-; Morning 
New - - - - 17 4 48 Al'tcmoo 


n. 


3 


3 30 
; 'I 

I 41 


II 


9 25 
4 3" 


18 
19 


31 34 

2 1 54 


26 

"0 


3 
as. 




First Quarter 35 8 47 Afternoon. 


4 
5 


13 


5 25 


31 


9 54 


7 
II 




InPericce-- 6 6 Morning 




6 


I 46 


"4 





33 


17 34 




5 




InApogeij- - 31 2 Morning 




3 


7 39 


\l\ 


4 4 

7 ^5 


33 


4 30 
lo 30 


31 


19 


i 










HABW 


CHtuA 


pocfStt 




1 




QPIL 


addlm. 






BuaDB 


UJJllia. 


USD. 


1 





BRITISH AND IBISH PORTS. 



37 







Equation of Time at Noon. 



. 8. 
O 

i 7 

J a? 

3 37 
3 41 



Add. 



HJ). 

9 

lO 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 
i6 



JC. 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



8. 

44 
47 
50 
5» 
53 
S3 
53 
53 



Add. 



ICD. 

17 
18 

19 

20 

21 
22 

23 
24 



U. 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



8. 

5^ 

50 
48 

45 
41 
38 

33 
28 



Add. 



1C.D. 

25 
26 

a? 
28 

29 
30 
31 



Us 

3 
3 

3 

3 
2 

2 

2 



8. 

23 

17 
If 

4 
57 
49 
41 



• 
Add. 



of Hl|^ Water are giTen fbr Mean Time at Place ; if Gtreenirich or Bailwaj Time be reqoired^for 
mOLSMauoBtM^vu I I<iith ocf d 13 m. I TKVsao odtf u m. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



»■ 
M. 
Tu. 



MoBsiKa. Apternook. 



7 45 

8 33 



4 5= : 

5 S<i 
7 



3 48 : 

4 33 : 

24 5 ' 

25 6 

ii^ 6 43 , 



4 JO 1 
.( 4« i 
6 ji I 



19 9 
9 5S^ ! 



HalrW™ Spring! 4(1. JQin. 



MOBNINO. AriERnooH. 



[ 4824 

) II II 

> J6>l 



4382 
5 M2 



9 3' "4 5 9 SS'i 



4 49 2' 

5 35" 



7 4«2 

8 35 »' 



"■!'■ ' 
»5I9 
5 '3"0 

5 si" 

6 3021 

7 2331 

8 1021 

9 010 1 



9 5 
> 45 



8j( 
■7 1 



5 '9 



J "7 I 
718 I 

19 I 



6 ,,8 .! 

7 32'; 



sip II 
a 19 I 

519 ! 

9181 
8 2618 i 



6 40 ij 
■5'! 



9 3 
9 41 



3i« I 



I 38 1< 

3 4a ii 



P/iasei of Ike Moon. 



Moon's Declination at Not 



i>. H. M. 

Foil -----3 3j2 Afternoon. 

Lost Quarter - lo 7 15 Morning. 

New - - - - - ly 4 48 Afternoon. 

First Quarter - 2j 8 47 Afternoon. 



In Perigee ■ 
In Apogee ■ 



6 o Morning. 
2 o Morning. 



, 


V.D. 




K.n. 


, 


n.n, 


9 s. 3 





13 8-53 


17 


19H.54 


as 


>3 3° 




9 ^5 


18 


21 34 




17 19 


11 


4 3' 


• y 


ai 54 


37 






ON. 30 








31 41 


13 


,■; 3j 


31 


"9 54 


39 


2. 46 


'4 


10 


:i'2 


17 34 


.?0 


20 21 


i.'' 


14 4 


n 


"4 30 


31 


17 39 




17 3J 


H 


io 50 





61M 



Thetimei of High Waterare given for M«aa Time fttPltce; if Greenwich or BaOirRTTline be 
Obbuocx odd » m. I Livkxfooi. oAI U m. | FuuBOn otU » : 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



39 



MAY, 1863. 



WSSTOK-SUPER-MABE. 



MOKKIHa 



Sme. 

4 4^ 

5 31 



F. J. 

33 5 
35 ^ 



6 i6 

7 

7 45 

8 39 

9 ^4 

9 
10 



II 

o 
I 

3 

3 

4 
5 

6 

7 

7 
8 



43 
^5 



Attbrkoon. 



37 

037 

38 



5835 



4633 



o 
II 

4 

37 Jti 
36 II 

2 
a 



2430 



34 
42 

45 



3634 



^3 
4 



35 
35 



4335 



15 

8 48 

9 22 
9 54 

10 30 

11 II 

39 

1 41 
a 44 

3 49 

4 5^ 



31 5 

30 10 



31 

3a 

33 



34 
33 
3a 
31 



8 

4 
6 

8 

7 

2 
2 
I 

5 
10 

II 
9 



30 7 
^9 5 



28 
29 
30 
3a 



9 

5 
8 

4 



34 5 



Time. 

H. If. 

5 7 
5 54 



Height. 
F. I. 



34 
36 

^ 3^37 

7 a3 

8 7 
851 

9 

10 21 

11 12 



38 
38 

37 

3^3^ 

34 

3^ 



4830 7 

1 59 

3 83 

4 15 

5 " 

6 o 



o 

30 
I 

33 
34 
^5 



6 

7 
7 
8 31 



24 



9 
9 



6 
38 



10 II 

10 50 
XI 37 



o 
I 
2 

3 
4 



6 
II 

12 

17 

20 



5 ^i 



5 

3 

2 

6 
I 
2 
2 



HOLTHEAD. 



MORKINO. 



II 

II 

I 

3 



4435 



35 



5934 
34 
33 
3a 

31 



2 
2 

9 
2 

5 
41 



30 
29 

28 

29 

29 

31 
33 



I 

9 
o 

II 

6 

3 



35 5 



Meui Spring) Ig^^* 7^* 



Time. 
u. X. 

8 21 
858 

9 37 
10 17 

10 57 

11 42 

8 

1 3 

2 2 

3 8 

4 25 

5 36 

6 38 

7 33 

8 22 

9 4 

9 43 
10 21 

10 55 

11 27 



o 
I 

I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



26 

7 

5^ 
42 

41 
5a 

5* 
47 



7 38 

8 27 



Height, 

F, I. 



4 
5 

6 
.6 
6 
6 



8 
5 
o 

4 

5 
2 

5 II 
5 3 
4. 5 

3 9 
3 5 
3 7 

3 II 

4 4 



Aftermook. 



4 
5 

5 
5 

5 

4 



9 
I 

3 

3 
o 

8 



4 a 
3 8 



3 
2 

2 

2 

3 
3 

4 



2 

9 

7 

7 
I 

7 
4 



Time. 

H. If. 

8 40 

9 18 

9 57 

10 37 

11 18 

35 

1 31 
a 34 

3 46 

5 2 

6 7 

7 6 

7 59 

8 43 

9 ^4 

10 3 

10 38 

11 II 

II 45 

o 5 

46 

1 28 



2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



16 

10 

15 
24 

19 

13 

3 



8 50 



Height 
F. I. 

5 J 
5 S 

6 
6 
6 



3 
5 



5 7 
4 10 

4 



5 



9\ 
I 



3 
3 
3 
4 

4 7 

4 II 

5 2 

5 3 

5 a 

4 10 

4 <5 

4 4 

3 II 

3 5 

3 o| 

2 8 

2 6 

2 10 

3 4 

3 II 

4 8 

5 5 



ft. nin. 



S'*- 



KINGSTOWN. 



Morning. 



Afternoon. 



Time. 


Height.^ 


Time. 


U. X. 


F. 


I. 


u. x. 


9 17 


10 


I 


9 38 


958 


10 


7 


10 17 


10 35 


10 


II 

1 


10 54 


II 14 


II 


2 


II 36 


II 58 


11 


2 


— 


21 


II 


' 


45 


I II 


10 


10 


I 37 


a 3 


10 


4 


a 31 


3 I 


9 


11 


3 33 


4 7 


9 


7 


4 44 


5 *o 


9 


3 


5 5a 


6 23 


9 


4 


6 54 


7 ^5 


9 


8 


Z ^^ 


8 24 


9 


11 


8 53 


9 19 


10 


2 


9 43 


10 4 


10 


4 


10 23 


10 41 


10 


6 


II 


II 18 


10 


7 


11 36 


II 55 


10 


5 


— 


13 


10 


3 


31 


49 


10 


I 


I 9 


I 28 


9 


9 


I 47 


2 7 


9 


6 


2 28 


a 51 


9 


3 


3 15 


3 40 


9 





4 9 


4 39 


8 


10 


5 10 


5 43 


8 


10 


6 13 


<5 39 


9 


I, 


7 6 


7 34 


9 


6 


8 2 


8 29 


9 


II 


857 


9 24 


10 


4 


9 50 



Height. 

F. I. 



10 
10 

II 
II 



4 

9 

I 

2 



10 II 

10 7 
10 2 

9 9 



9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

10 



4 

3 
6 

9 
I 

3 
5 



(B1Z4 

^5 



xo 7 
10 6 



10 

9 
9 
9 



2 
II 

7 
4 



9 a 

8 II 

8 10 

8 II 

9 4 
9 8 

10 1 

10 6 



13*4 
14-4 

O 
i6«4 

i8'4 
19-4 
20*4 

21*4 

C 

^3*4 
24-4 

25*4 
26-4 

27-4 

28*4 

• 
0-8 

1-8 

2'8 

3-8 
4-8 
5-8 

6-8 

]) 
8-8 

9*8 

IO-8 

II-8 

12-8 

13-8 



5"- 6^ 



in. 



EqucUion of Time at Noon, 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



8. 
O 

7 

^4 
ai 

37 

3a 
37 
41 



Add. 



X.D. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


K. 8. 


9 


3 44 


Add. 


17 


3 5^ 


Add. 


^5 


3 i3 


10 


3 47 




18 


3 50 




26 


3 17 


II 


3 50 




19 


3 48 




""Z 


3 II 


12 


3 5^ 




20 


3 45 




28 


3 4 


13 


3 53 




21 


3 41 




29 


a 57 


14 


3 53 




22 


3 38 




30 


2 49 


'5 


3 53 




23 


3 33 




31 


2 41 


16 


3 53 




^4 


3 ^8 









Add, 



m of Hi^ Water are given for Mean Time at Place ; if Greenwich or Bailway Time be required,— for 
■HtVFBHUa mid is m. I Holthxad add 18 m. I KnroBTOwir attbtract 1 m. for DubUsiTVssA, 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



MAY, 1863. 



MOBHIHO. AVTEUHOON. 



3 48 I 

4 33 1 

5 i'^ 3 34 
603: 
f5 4.5 43 

7 a8 5 ^ 

8 14 6 : 



LONDONDERRY. 



MonMINO. AFrBBHOON. 



Time. 'Height. 



6 24 7 

7 6 7 



<5 37 



SLIGO BAY. 



MOHKIKQ. AFTEJ 



3 4»| 



3 40 
4=6 



9 49 



HairUoMiSpriiig) 4ft. qIu. 



3«. iflln 



5"- 7"- 



Phases of the Moon. 



Moon's Declination at Noon. 



, 


■CD. 


« , 


9 8- 3 


9 


13 s- 53 


13 30 




9 =5 


17 19 


II 


4 31 


30 8 


13 


ON. 30 


11 41 


1,1 


5 35 


ai 46 


14 




20 31 


■^ 


14 4 


'7 39 




17 35 



Full ----- 3 3 51 Afternoon. 

Last Quarter- lo 7 i^ Morning. 

New --.--17 4 48 Afternoon. 

First Quarter- 3_5 8 47 Afternoon, 

In Perigee - - 6 6 o Morning. 

In Apogee - - 21 3 o Morning. 



times for Jligh Water axe given for Mean Time at Ptaoe j if Dublin or Bailway Time be requi 



v.n. 





'1 


"7 


I9N..HI 




31 


"♦ 


i9 


31 


54 


31 19 


.« 


23 17 


,14 


23 14 


,10' 


34 


10 


5o| 



BRITISH AND IBISH PORTS. 



41 



MAY, 1863. 


• 

J GALWAY. 


QUEENSTOWN. 




WATERFORD. 


^ 


4 


















I MORVUTG 

i 


\, 


Aftebvoon. 


MORNINO. 


Aftbbnoon. 


MOHNINO. 


Afternoon. 


^5 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




H. M. 


r. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. J. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


H. ic. 


F. I. 


D. 


I 2 39 


13 


X 


3 


13 


7 


2 56 


10 7 


3 18 


10 


II 


3 II 


II 4 


3 36 


II 8 


i3'4 


1 3 20 


14 





3 40 


M 


• 4 


3 40 


II 2 


4 3 


11 


6 


3 59 


II II 


4 23 


12 3 


14-4 


3 4 


14 


8 


4 20 


M 


. II 


4 ^3 


II 8 


4 44 


II 


II 


4 4<5 


la 5 


5 7 


12 6 





4 4 40 


15 


2 


5 a 


15 


4 


5 6 


12 


5 ^9 


12 


I 


5 ^8 


12 7 


5 50 


12 9 


i6'4 


5 5 »5 


15 


4 


5 48 


15 


a 


5 5* 


12 I 


6 15 


12 





6 13 


12 9 


636 


12 9 


17-4 


6 6 12 


15 





6 36 


M 


• 9 


638 


11 11 


7 a 


II 


9 


<5 59 


12 8 


7 23 


12 7 


i8'4 


7 7 a 


14 


5 


7 28 


M 


. 


7 26 


II 6 


7 50 


II 


3 


7 47 


la 5 


8 10 


12 2 


19-4 


8 7 56 


13 


7 


8 26 


'3 





8 15 


II 


8 41 


10 


8 


8 34 


II II 


8 59 


II 8 


20*4 


9 857 


12 


6 


9 ^9 


12 


I 


9 9 


10 4 


9 37 


10 


I 


9 *4 


II 5 


9 53 


II I 


2l'4 


010 4 


II 


10 


10 41 


II 


9 


10 7 


^ ^i 


10 40 


9 


9 


10 27 


10 10 


II I 


10 7 


a 


111 17 


II 


9 


II 52 


II 


10 


II 14 


9 8 


II 49 


9 


9 


II 33 


10 6 


— 


— 


23*4 


2 — 




— 


24 


12 





— 


— 


23 


9 


10 


4 


10 5 


35 


10 7 


24*4 


3 55 


12 


3 


I 23 


12 


6 


058 


9 II 


I 32 


10 


I 


I 7 


10 8 


I 40 


10 10 


25*4 


4 ^ 49 


12 


9 


2 16 


13 





a 3 


10 4 


2 32 


10 


6 


2 13 


II I 


2 45 


II 3 


26*4 


5 * 41 


13 


3 


3 5 


13 


5 


a 59 


10 8 


3 a3 


10 


10 


3 14 


II 5 


3 41 


II 7 


27-4 


6 3 ^<^ 


13 


7 


3 4^ 


13 


9 


3 4<5 


10 II 


4 8 


II 


I 


4 6 


11 8 


4 30 


IC 9 


28-4 


7 4 ^ 


13 


10 


4 26 


13 


II 


4 ^9 


II 2 


4 50 


II 


2 


4 5» 


II 10 


5 13 


II 10 


• 


8 4 45 


13 


II 


5 4 


13 


II 


5 10 


II 2 


5 30 


II 


2 


5 3* 


II 9 


5 50 


II 9 


0-8 


9 5 ^3 


13 


10 


5 40 


13 


8 


5 50 


II I 


6 7 


II 





6 9 


II 9 


6 27 


II 8 


1-8 


5 57 


13 


5 


^ '^ 


13 


3 


6 24 


10 10 


6 41 


10 


9 


6 44 


II 7 


7 2 


II 6 


2-8 


1 6 34 


13 





<5 53 


12 


' 9 


7 


JO 7 


7 18 


10 


5 


7 21 


II 5 


7 38 


II 4 


3-8 


2 7 12 


12 


6 


7 32 


12 


' 3 


7 3<5 


10 3 


7 53 


10 


I 


7 55 


II 2 


8 12 


II I 


4-8 


3 7 53 


12 


c 


8 16 


II 


8 


8 II 


9 II 


8 31 


9 


9 


8 30 


10 II 


8 49 


10 g 


5-8 


4 8 40 


II 


4 


9 5 


u 


I 


853 


9 7 


9 15 


9 


5 


9 8 


10 7 


9 29 


10 5 


6-8 


5 9 30 


10 


II 


9 59 


IC 


> 9 


9 37 


9 3 


10 I 


9 


2 


9 53 


10 3 


10 22 


10 1 


}) 


6 10 31 


10 


9 


II 7 


IC 


) 10 


10 3c 


^9 I 


II 5 


9 


I 


10 52 


10 


II 25 


9 II 


8-8 


711 40 


II 





— 




— 


II 37 


9 ^ 


— 




- 


II 54 


9 II 


— 


— 


9-8 


808 


II 


3 


36 


I] 


c 7 


6 


; 9 4 


37 


9 


6 


20 


10 I 


47 


10 3 


io'8 


9 I 4 


11 


II 


I 30 


12 


^ 4 


I 8 


i 9 9 


I 39 


10 





I 17 


10 6 


I 48 


10 9 


II-8 


I 55 


12 


9 


2 21 




1 2 


2 8 


^10 3 


2 s^ 


10 


7 


2 19 


II I 


2 50 


II 4 


12-8 


1 2 46 


13 


7 


3 II 


I^ 


; II 


3 4|io II 


3 31 


II 


2 


3 ao 


II 8 


3 50 


II II 


13*8 


OfMouiSpriiu^') ytt. Kin. 


5ft. iQin. 


gtt. 2in. 1 


Equation of Time at Noon, I 


M. 8. 






M.D. 


M. 8. 




ILD. 


M. 


8. 




11.D. 


M. S. 




3 


Add. 


9 


3 44 


Add. 


17 


3 5* 


Add. 


^5 


3 23 


Add. 


3 7 






10 


3 47 




18 


3 


50 




26 


3 17 




3 14 






11 


3 50 




19 


3 


48 




27 


3 11 




3 ai 






12 


3 5^ 




20 


3 45 




28 


3 4 




3 27 






13 


3 53 




21 


3 


41 




29 


2 57 




3 3a 






14 


3 53 




22 


3 


38 




30 


2 49 




3 37 






15 


3 53 




23 


3 


33 




31 


2 41 




3 4' 






16 


3 53 




24 


3 


28 











of B^ Water are giTcn for Mem Time at Place; if Dublin or B«Uva7 Time be required,— for 
GiJkWiX «M U m. I Qunanows add 8 m. | 'WAXiKiov&QdA%m« 



42 












TIDE TABLES FOE THE 












JUNE, 1863. 


2 


a 


= f^ 


BREST. 


DEVONPORT. 




POBTSMOUTH. 


1 


£ 


li 




























& 


! 


''H 


MoBicmo 




Atterboon. 


MOSHIKO. 


AriERKOOB. 


MoBJdlSO. 


AlTEII 






Tima. 


HBl«l.t. 


Timo. 


Htfgbt 


Tlmo. 


Height. 


Time, 


HdgUl 


Ttoje. 


Uelslit. 


Time. 


£ 






B. H. 


II. 11. 


r. 




n. M. 




n. It. 










H. M. 


». I. 


u. u. 




M. 


1 


1 iaJ9 


» 45 


■ 8 


8 


3 9 


19 2 


436 


"i I 


5 3 


'5 





10 41 


13 6 


11 6 


1 


Tu. 




morn. 


3 33 


■9 


■I 


3 58 


19 7 


5 2' 


'.^ 6 


5 51 


'5 




11 39 




II 54 


I 


W. 


3 


I a 


4 »3 


«9 


4 46 


19 8 


6 iC 


15 8 


645 


16 


3 







ao!i 


Th. 


4 


» J 


5 lo 


■!l 


7 


5 35 


'9 5 


7 t 


15 8 


7 *7 


16 


a 


45 


13 11 


I lo'i 


F. 


5 


3 5 


6 I 






6 a6 


18 9 


7 5-: 


15 J 


815 


■5 


11 


I 37 


13 9 


a III 


S. 


6 


4 1 


6 5. 


18 


3 


7 18 


'7 7 


84 


.411 


9 6 


15 


4 


a 37 


13 6 


^53\' 


»■ 


7 


4 S3 


7 47 


17 





8 14 


16 5 


9 35 


14 2 


9 54 


H 


6 


3 19 


la 1 


3 4i5j' 


M. 


S 


^••^ 


8 4J 


13 


10 


g 10 


15 6 


10 18 


13 4 


10 4; 


'3 


9 


4 "I 


11 7 


4 39' 


Tu 


9 


« 31 


9 40 


'5 


a 


10 13 


'5 


II rj 


13 10 


11 46 


13 


3 


5 6 




5 34.1 


W. 




7 "9 


lo 4; 


14 






14 11 










8 


« 5 


10 8 


63^1 


Th. 


11 


2 ^ 


" 54 


■4 


u 


— 




5; 


13 1 


" 33 


la 


II 


7 8 


10 7 


7 41' 


F. 


12 


8 53 


i6 


15 


1 


036 


'5 4 


a e 


13 2 


338 


13 


3 


8 15 




847I, 


S. 


13 


9 41 


] 26 


'5 


7 


1 50 


'5 " 


3 a 


13 5 


3 3<5 


'3 


9 


9 18 


11 a 


944. 


*■ 


'4 


10 31 


■' 13 


16 


3 


3 35 


16 7 


4 


13 10 


4 34 


14 


3 


10 8 


" 5 


10 31 


1 


M. 


^5 


11 30 


» 57 


16 


10 


3 18 


17 I 


44a 


14 3 


5 9 


14 




10 53 


11 7 


11 14 


1 


Ta 


le 


o«9 


3 37 


•1 


3 


3 55 


17 3 


.-; 3c 


•4 3 


5 49 


14 


9 


II 33 


11 8 


I' 5' 




W. 


n 


58 


4 14 


V 




4 3» 


17 a 


6 « 


14 3 


6 34 


14 












Th, 


ifl 


^ 45 


4 49 


■7 


1 


5 6 




64 


■4 3 


fiJ*^ 


'4 


10 


39 


11 S 


° 48 




F. 


'9 


2 30 


5 "3 


■7 





5 40 


16 IT 


7 12 


.4 


738 


'4 


8 


I <5 


11 7 


I 33 


J 


s. 


ic 


3 14 


5 57 


16 


9 


6 14 


16 7 


7 43 


13 8 


8 


14 


3 


I 41 


u 7 


I 57 


i 


^ 


11 


3 5« 


632 


16 


4 


6 5' 


16 1 


8 It 


'3 3 


8 3' 


13 


9 


=> 15 


■I 5 


a 34 




M. 


13 


4 39 


7 •! 


'5 


10 


7 32 


'5 6 


847 


13 10 


9 4 


"3 


3 


a 5a 


" 3 


3 n 




Tu, 


»3 


5" 


7 53 


15 


a 


8 17 


14 10 


9 2j 


■ 3 6 


9 45 




10 


3 32 




3 51 




W. 


J4 


6 7 


8 41 


■4 


7 


9 8 


'4 5 


■ ^ 




10 35 


13 


6 


4 14 


to 9 


4 38 




Th 


'5 


«54 


9 36 


.4 


4 


10 9 


14 4 




la ^ 


11 35 


13 


4 


5 4 


10 6 


5 30 




F. 


iO 


7 44 


10 44 


.4 


5 


11 19 


14 8 


— 


— 




13 


3 


6 1 


10 4 


6 33 




S. 


»7 


8 39 


1" 54 


•5 


° 




— 


5 


13 7 


1 39 


13 


10 


7 8 


10 6 


7 41 




d- 


a8 


9 39 


27 


'5 


6 


J9 


16 1 


3 e 


13 J 


3 41 


'3 


6 


8 16 


11 


8 ,^0 




M. 


ig 


10 4, 


1 31 


16 


8 


1 59 


'I ^ 


3 ij 


13 10 


3 46 


'4 


3 


9 23 


II 8 


9 54 


Tn 


JO 


1^ 45 


2 27 


18 




' S3 


18 10 


4 17 


14 8 


4 45 


'5 


4 


10 33 


la 3 


.49| 




~Qn. Qi.. 


-.ft. gin. 


QIL ^in. 


PAam o/the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 




O. H 


M. 


«.o. 




M.D. 






MM. 


o / 


«.«. 


FuU in 


30 Afternoon. 


1 3 


IS- 13 


9 


4N.30 


"7 


ON.i'; 


=5 ■ 


Lftat Quarter- 8 i 


ja Afternoon. 


a a 


I 54 




9 


1 


18 


8 18 


36 1, 


New i6 7 


36 Morning. 


3 3 




II 


3 


11 


'9 


5 =7 


37 1 


First Quarter- 34 10 


31 Morning. 


4 


8 40 


la I 


6 


40 


30 


' 57 


38 V 








5 6 


13 


9 






7 58 


zg 2 


In Perigee - - 3 7 


Morning. 


6 


40 


14 2 




7 


23 


3 37 


30 ,= 


InApogee - - 18 3 


Afternoon. 


7 


5 45 


15 a 


I 


5» 


a3 


03.56 


1 






8 


39 


16 3 


^ 


38 


11. 


5 33 


i 





BEITISH AND IRISH POBTS. 



4» 





JUNE, 


1863. 






m 


DOVER. 


1 


SHEERS ESS. 


LONDON. 




\ 


HoRimro. 


Aftebkook. 


MORIONO. 


Attkbnoon. 


MoBNUfG 


\. 


Aftebnoon. 




Time. 1 


leif^ift. 


Time. 


Height.! 


Time- 


Height. 


Time. 


Heigfatj 


Time. Height. 


Time. 


Height. 






H. M. 


7. I. 


fl. x. 


F. 


1. 


u. x. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


D. 


1 


IO 8 


i8 3 


10 34 


le 


1 8 


XI 53 


15 9 







- 


58 


18 





I 23 


18 4 





2 


II o 


18 II 


II 27 


IS 


» I 


18 


16 


43 


16 


2 


I 47 


18 


8 


2 10 


19 


'5*? 


3 


" 53 


19 1 


— 


1 


— 


I 7 


i6 4 


I 30 


16 


5 


a 35 


19 


3 


2 58 


19 5 


i6-8 


4 


o 19 


19 2 


45 


19 a 


I 55 


16 5 


2 18 


16 


5 


3 24 


19 


6 


3 47 


19 7 


17-8 


5 


I 13 


'§ i 


I 41 


18 II 


2 41 


16 4 


3 5 


16 


3 


4 II 


19 


6 


4 35 


19 5 


i8-8 


6 


a 7 


18 8 


a 34 


18 3 


3 30 


16 


3 56 


15 


9 


5 


19 


3 


5 25 


19 


19-8 


7 


3 


17 10 


3 27 


i; 


' 5 


4 22 


15 <^ 


4 49 


15 


2 


5 51 


18 


9 


6 18 


18 5 


20-8 


8 


3 53 


16 II 


4 20 


16 5 


5 17 


14 10 


5 45 


14 


d 


6 46 


18 





7 15 


17 8 


(L 


9 


4 45 


16 1 


5 10 


15 8 


6 17 


14 3 


6 48 


14 


H 


7 44 


^l 


4 


8 15 


17 I 


22-8 





5 3<5 


15 5 


6 5 


I« 


i 3 


7 20 


13 10 


7 54 


13 


9 


8 49 


16 


II 


9 24 


16 9 


23-8 


I 


<5 34 


^5 4 


7 7 


15 ^ 


8 27 


13 9 


8 59 


13 


II 


9 54 


16 


7 


10 25 


16 7 


24-8 


2 


7 4i 


15 8 


8 12 


15 10 


9 32 


14 


10 2 


14 


2 


10 58 


16 


7 


II 30 


16 8 


25-8 


3 


8 41 


16 I 


9 7 


i6 3 


10 32 


14 4 


II 


14 


5 


12 


16 


9 


— 


_ 


26-8 


4 


9 31 


i^ 5 


9 55 


16 8 


II 24 


14 7 


II 46 


14 


8 


29 


16 


II 


53 


17 I 


27*8 


5 


10 19 


16 10 


10 42 


I' 


7 


— 


— 


8 


14 


10 


I 16 


17 


3 


I 39 


17 5 


28-8 


6 


li 3 


17 1 


II 24 


i; 


7 1 


30 


14 II 


° ^' 


15 





2 


17 


7 


2 18 


17 8 


• 


7 


II 44 


17 I 


"""^ 




— 


I 10 


15 I 


I 28 


^5 


I 


2 38 


17 


10 


2 58 


17 11 


1*2 


8 


3 


17 2 


22 


I' 


7 a 


I 47 


15 I 


a 3 


^5 





3 16 


17 


II 


3 34 


18 c 


2*2 


9 


41 


17 2 


I 


I' 


7 1 


2 20 


15 


a 37 


14 


II 


3 51 


18 





4 7 


18 c 


3*2 


iO 


I 18 


17 I 


I 37 


I' 


7 


a 53 


14 II 


3 9 


H 


10 


4 24 


17 


II 


4 41 


17 IC 


4-2 


II 


I 55 


16 II 


2 14 


I< 


^ ^ 


3 a6 


14 8 


3 44 


14 


7 


4 58 


17 


9 


5 16 


17 £ 


5-2 


^a 


a 34 


16 7 


a 53 


K 


5 5 


4 3 


14 5 


4 22 


14 


3 


5 34 


17 


7 


5 53 


17 J 


6-2 


'3 


3 13 


16 2 


3 33 


I 

« 


5 " 


4 42 


14 1 


5 a 


13 


II 


6 13 


17 


3 


^ 33 


17 I 


7"2 


4 


3 55 


15 8 


4 18 


I 


5 5 


5 ^5 


13 10 


5 50 


13 


8 


^55 


16 


II 


7 18 


'^ S 


:i> 


•5 


4 42 


x5 a 


5 6 


I 

• 


5 


6 16 


13 6 


6 46 


13 


4 


7 44 


16 


7 


8 13 


16 j 


9-2 


i6 


5 33 


14 II 


6 2 


I. 


4. II 


7 16 


13 4 


7 50 


13 


5 


844 


16 


4 


9 18 


16 ^ 


10*2 


7 


^ 34 


15 a 


7 7 


I 


S 7 


8 25 


13 6 


859 


13 


9 


9 50 


16 


3 


10 25 


i<5 J 


II'2 


t8 


7 42 


16 


8 15 


II 


6 6 


9 32 


14 t 


10 3 


14 


4 


11 


16 


7 


II 33 


16 IC 


12*2 


^S 


8 46 


16 II 


9 17 


I 


I 5 


10 34 


14 9 


" 5 


15 


I 


— 


- 


— 


2 


17 2 


13-2 


!0 


9 46 


17 II 


10 15 


I 


8 5 


II 32 


^5 4 


II 59 


15 


9 


33 


17 


6 


I 


18 c 


I4'2 


If Mean Sjning') Qft. >|in. 
Bange. > 57 ^ 


8« 


;. Qin. 




qfl. yin. 




Equation of 


Time at Noon. 






X. 8. 




ILD. 


If. 8. 




U.I>. 


JC. 


B. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 






a 3a 


Add. 


9 


I II 


Add. 


17 





28 


Sub. 


25 


2 12 


Sub. 




a 23 




10 


59 




18 





41 




26 


2 25 






2 14 




II 


47 




19 





54 




27 


2 37 






a 4 




12 


35 




20 




7 




28 


2 50 






I 54 




13 


23 




21 




20 




29 


3 2 






1 44 




14 


10 




22 




33 




30 


3 14 






J 33 




^5 


3 


Sub. 


23 




46 












I 22 




16 


15 




24 




59 











of High Water are gireo for Mean Time at Place ; if Greenwich or Railway Time be leqoired^^for 
BoraSMMrM^fim. | SHSZRima MMraci 8m. I lA¥W»^m. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



JUNE, 1863. 


a 


a 


•«i 


HARWICH. 


HULL. 




SnSDERLAND. 
















S 
fc 


1 


lIottNlSO. 


.Wi.00. 


Motts].\o. 


Al^TEKNOON. 


.W... 


ArTss. 








Time. 


Heighl. 


Timo. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hotght, 


Ti„^, 


H<>lBht. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time, t 






B. H. 








H. 11. 








U. M. 












M. 




11*59 


'I 5 




5 


II 3' 


11 7 


5 23 


'0 3 


i 4; 


iO 


8 


a 18 


'3 9 


2 43 


Tu. 


a 




'oao 




9 


— 


— 


6 13 


ao 11 


637 


ai 


a 


3 7 


14 3 


3 301 


W. 


3 


1 a 








43 


ii ic 


7 = 


ai 4 


7 »7 


31 


4 


3 53 


14 8 


4 17 


Th. 


4 


^ ..^ 


I t 




9 


I 32 


II 8 


7 5 


21 5 


8 ,4 


II 


4 


4 40 


14 JO 


5 4 


F. 


5 


3 J 


■ 66 




7 


a aa 


11 6 


8 +c 


31 a 


9 6 


20 


I'; 


5 30 


14 5 


5 57 


S. 


6 


4 I 


a 48 




S 


3 14 


11 3 


9 3= 


ao 5 


9 jS 


30 





6 13 


13 Ji 


6 5' 


*. 


/ 


4 i3 


3 40 




I 


4 5 


10 ic 


10 3^ 


19 6 


i» J3 


19 


° 


7 10 


13 3 


7 49 


M. 


8 


5 43 


4 31 


10 


8 


4 59 


10 6 


II aj 


i3 7 




iS 


a 


8 18 


13 7 


8 48 


Tu. 


9 


631 


5 =8 


10 


5 


556 


10 3 




— 


33 


17 


10 


9 "9 


13 I 


9 51 


W. 




7 '8 


(5 a6 






7 i 


10 a 


I ■ 


17 6 


1 33 


'7 


5 


to 24 


u 9 


10 55 


Th. 


II 


« 5 


7 3^ 


10 


a 


3 7 


10 3 




'7 4 


* 3' 


17 


6 


II 24 


II 9 


'I 53 


F. 


13 


S 53 


8 39 


10 


4 


9 9 


10 5 


3 


17 8 


3 3" 


'7 


II 


— 




31 


S. 


'3 


9 41 


9 39 


10 


6 


iQ 9 


10 7 


4 


i3 3 


4 '9 


18 


5 


o 51 


13 a 


I 19 


£■ 


H 


10 31 


1° 3,5 


10 


8 


10 5; 


10 9 


4 53 


iS 7 


5 14 


18 


9 


■ +5 


13 6 


> 9 


M. 


■.^ 


II 20 


11 ao 


10 


10 


II 43 




1^' 


i3 11 


5 59 


ly 




a 32 


la 9 


1 55 


Tu 


16 


0*9 


— 


— 




4 


10 11 


6 3 


'9 > 


64, 


19 


a 


3 '5 


13 


3 33 


W. 


i; 


05s 


13 


10 


11 


41 


10 ri 


65s 


19 3 


J iS 


'9 


3 


3 51 


13 a 


4 9 


TL 


18 


I 4) 


° 59 


10 


10 


I 17 


JO 10 


7 3f 


19 a 


7 54 


19 


3 


4 16 


13 3 


4 43 


F. 


>9 


3 30 


• 35 


10 


9 


' 5^ 


10 8 


8 I 


19 a 


»,, 


19 


I 


5 " 


13 ' 


5 17 


S. 


.0 


3 14 


3 9 


10 


8 


a a6 


10 7 


8 4^ 


19 


9 = 


18 


S" 


5 34 


13 II 


5 5a 


&■ 




3 56 


a 44 


10 


6 


3 2 


'o 5 


9 ^= 


18 7 


9 39 


18 


4 


6 11 


13 7 


631 


M. 


22 


4 39 


3 *' 


10 


4 


3 39 


10 3 


9 5 


18 a 


10 17 


17 


" 


652 


II 3 


7 13 


Tu 


13 


S 32 


3 58 




3 


4 18 


10 a 


10 3fc 


.7 8 




'7 


6 


7 34 




7 57 


W. 


24 


6 7 


4 38 


10 




5 2 


10 c 


II 3= 


17 3 


11 59 


'7 




8 22 


II 8 


848 


Th. 


*5 


S54 


5 27 


9 


11 


5 54 


9 11 


— 


— 


30 


16 


10 


9 '7 


" 5 


■9 47 


F. 


lO 


7 44 


6 aa 


9 


II 


5 -5' 


9 II 


1 c 


16 9 


I 30 


16 


'5 




11 4 


10 5a 


S. 


*7 


8 39 


7 33 


10 





8 7 


10 a 




16 II 


2 3' 


17 


3 


II 24 


II 7 


11 53 


»■ 


28 


9 .39 


8 39 


10 


4 


9 u 


10 6 


3 


17 9 


3 3a 


18 


3 


_ 





aa 


M. 


29 


10 41 


9 4» 


10 


9 


10 14 


II 


4 .. 


18 10 


4 34 


'9 


4 


53 


13 8 


I 34 


Tu. 


30 


II 45 


10 43 


'^ 


3 


"" 


" 5 


5 


19 10 


5"S 




4 


• 54 


13 5 


a 33 


HRlfMwin Spring 1 


^.9- 


10'*- 5'°- 


;«. 21-. 


Phiuesofthe 


Moon. 


Moon's Declination at A'oow. 


D. H. 


M. 


ItD. 





M.S 







;«». 




l«LD 




FttU - - - I 11 


30 Afternoon. 


I a 


IS. 13 


9 


4N. 


10 


17 2 


ON. 3^ 


35 




Last Quarter- 8 i 


5a Afternoon. 


3 a 


' 54 




9 


J 


18 1 


8 18 


36 


'4 


New - - - i6 7 36 Morning. 


3 2 




11 


13 




19 1 


5 27 






First Quarter- 34 10 


3 1 Morning. 


4 


8 40 


la 


.6 


40 




I 57 


a8 








5 


5 fS 


13 


19 






7 58 


ag 




In Perigee - 3 7 


Morning. 


6 


40 


'4 




7 


23 


3 37 


30 




In Apogee - 18 a 


Afternoon. 


7 


5 45 


'5 


31 


52 


23 


03.56 










8 


39 


16 


31 


38 


H 


5 33 







H of High Water are given for M«*n Time at Place; if Greenvidi or Bailvay Time be n 
Eixwios lattrofft B m. I Hdu odd 1 m. | SunxKUni (KU S m. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



45 



JUNE, 1863. 



Time. 

H. If. 



I 



I 



NOBTH SHIELDS. 



MoBimro. 



2 21 

3 7 
3 SA\ 

H4 4^ 

5 341 
5 6 27 



7 21 

8 23 

9 ap 

10 36 

11 36 

6 

1 3 



Aftbrkoon. 



Hdgfat.l Time. 

7. J. I H. M. 



J 



5 



I 



5a 

35 



I 

2 

5|3 15 

^4 a7 
) S 3 
315 38 

6 
6 

7 
ll 8 28 

9 ^7 
S|io 32 

n 37 



15 

54 
36 



o 
I 
2 o 



7 
5 



2 

3 
3 
3 

3 

2 



2 
7 



a 44 



2 
10 



2 
I 
o 
o 
o 
o 10 



3 ^9 
4.18 

6 
^ 54 

3! 7 5* 

5 856 

II 10 3 

.9F^ 7 
10 

35 

1 29 



I 
I 

I 
2 
2 
I 
I 

I 
I 

o 
a 
o 
o 
o 



3 
8 

II 
I 
o 

10 
8 

6 

3 
II 

5 

3 

3 
8 



Height. 
P. I. 



O II 

1 6 

2 2 



2 13 

2 56 

3 33 

4 10 

4 45 

5 ai 

5 57 

6 34 

7 14 

8 I 

855 

9 59 
II 4 

36 

1 33 

2 26 






2 

3 

3 

3 

3 
2 

I 
I 
o 
o 



II 

5 
7 

41 

o 

7 

10 
I 

9 
9 



LETTH. 



MoiumiG. 



II 

1 2 

I 6 

1 10 

2 o 
2 o 
I II 

I 9 
I 7 

I 4 
I I 

o 

o 

o 

o 



Time. 

H. If. 

I 16 

a 5 
a 51 

3 38 

4 29 

5 ai 

6 18 

7 17 

8 23 

9 ^9 

10 29 

11 28 



8 

4 
3 
5 



I 2 

1 10 

2 8 



o 
I 

2 
2 

3 
3 
4 

5 

5 
6 



Height. 



7. 

^5 
16 

16 

16 

16 

15. 

15 
14 

^3 
13 
13 
13 



I. 

7 

4 
8 

7 

3 
10 

I 

4 
9 

5 
5 
7 



46 

31 

13 
49 
a3 
58 
33 

9 

50 
33 



7 22 

8 20 

9 26 

10 30 

11 29 
o 54 



7 



14 

14 

14 II 

15 I 
14 II 

14 9 
H 7 



14 

13 

13 

13 
12 

13 



4 
I 

8 

3 
o 

II 
3 



13 10 



15 



Aftebnoon. 



Time. 
u. x. 



I 

2 

3 

4 
4 



41 
28 



3 

55 
49 

6 47 

7 50 

855 
10 I 

io 59 



Height. 
F. I, 

6 O 

6 






J/ 
^3 


I 


8 


I 


53 


2 


32 


3 


7 


3 


41 


4 


^5 


4 51 


5 


29 


6 


II 


6 


56 


7 50 


8 


51 


9 59 


II 





II 


59 





a? 


I 


22 



6 
6 
6 

5 

4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
5 

5 
4 
4 
4 

4 

3 

3 

3 
2 

3 
3 

4 

4 
5 



THUKSO. 



Morning. 



7 
8 

5 
I 

6 

8 
o 
6 

5 
6 

9 
II 

4 

9 

o 

o 

10 

8 
6 

3 
II 

6 

I 

II 

I 



2 
8 
8 



Time. 
H. M. 

7 3a 

8 16 

9 3 

9 52 

10 46 

11 41 



If Mean Spriug) ^(t. oin. I oft. Qin. 



O 
1 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



10 

9 

14 
24 

31 
30 
24 



5 

43 

20 



7 

7 
8 

855 
9 30 

10 5 

10 42 

11 21 



Height. 
F. I. 

13 O 

13 

13 

13 

13 
12 



O 
I 
2 

3 

4 



24 

14 
II 

20 
30 



5 31 

6 28 

7 16 



II 
II 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

II 
II 
12 
II 
II 
II 
II 

II 

10 
10 

9 

9 
10 

10 
II 
12 



7 
8 

5 
o 

4 
II 

3 
8 

4 
2 

3 
8 

2 

9 
o 

II 

10 

8 

4 



6 
2 

II 

10 

o 



5 
6 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. X. 

7 54 

8 39 

9 ^7 

10 19 

11 13 



o 
I 

2 

4 

5 

5 
6 



40 

41 

47 
o 

2 

59 
45 



7 24 

8 2 

837 

9 12 

9 47 
10 23 

II o 

CI 42 
o 3 



o 
I 
2 

3 
5 

6 
6 



48 
40 

43 

57 
2 



53 



7 39 



Height, 



I. F. 



13 

13 

13 

13 
12 



4 

8 



II 
10 II 
10 6 



15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

620 



3 
8 



3 
2 



10 
10 

10 5 
10 II 



II 
II II 



12 
II 
II 
II 
II 



o 
II 

9 

6 



10 10 
10 8 



10 
10 

9 

9 
10 



o 
10 
II 

3 



10 II 

12 a 

13 I 



< o 



D. 



o 



22 

a3 
24 

^5 
26 



627 



28 

I 

I 
2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

4| 7 



9 

10 

II 

12 
13 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

8 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

8 
8 

2 
2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 



gft. Jin. 









Equation of 


Time a/ Noon. 










X. 8. 




lf.D. 


U, fl. 




X.D. 


M. S. 


X.D. 


X. s. 




2 32 


Add. 


9 


I II 


Add. 


17 


28 


Sub. 25 


2 12 


Sub. 


2 23 




10 


59 




18 


41 




26 


2 25 




2 14 




II 


47 




^9 


54 




27 


a 37 




2 4 




12 


35 




20 


I 7 




28 


2 50 




^ 54 




13 


23 




21 


I 20 




29 


3 a 




I 44 




14 


10 




22 


I 33 




30 


3 14 




I 33 




15 


3 


Sub. 


23 


I 46 










I 22 




16 


15 24 


I 59 








. 



of High Water are giyen for Mean Time at Place ; if Greenirich or Railway Time be required^^for 
Hotus Sbixlds 0(1(2 6 m* J Xxith ocfd IS m. \ 'Ih.tiiu&o «dd\^m. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



JUNE, 1863. 


& 


s 


'» 5 


GEEENOCK. 


UVERPOOL. 




FEMBKOKE. 






8 '^ 














1 


MOBKIKO. 


Aftkhhoon. 




Attehboos. 


MORHINQ. 


Aftebj 








Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


B« 


Time. iHoiBht. 


Time. 


Height. 


Tim.. ]H.<gh(. 


Time. 






n.u. 






















B. M. 


M. 


I 


^0"? 


II 4 


9 


5 


II 31 


9 7 


;; 'ii^^ t 


10 44 


*5 


10 


"5 "sL" "5 


5 35 


Tu 


3 




u 57 


9 


9 


— 




II 3_ 


i6 


6 


6 oai 3 


6 25 


W. 


3 


1 2 


22 


9 


JO 


4; 


9 II 


I' 5S 


'1(5 7 




— 




(5 jo'ai J 


7 13 


Th 


4 


a 5 


I 12 


9 


11 


I 37 


9 II 




)6 8 


4 


26 


7 


7 37I" 6 


8 2 


F. 


.5 


3 5 


a 2 


9 


II 


1 »; 


9 10 


I i; 


.6 4 


I 3 


15 




8 aSiai 


8 54 


S. 





4 ' 


a 5a 


9 


9 


3.7 


9 8 


2 


»J 5 


1 2 


'24 
1 ^ 


II 


9 i9»o 3 


9 43 


»' 


7 


4 SS 


3 42 


9 


6 


4 8 


9 4 


2 5^ 


"4 4 


3 3 


1 


9 


to 819 I 


10 33 


M. 


8 


5 43 


4 35 


9 


3 


i ^ 


9 I 


3 4 


«3 I 


4 I 


22 


6 


'o 5 


818 


II ai 


Tu 


9 


6 3- 


5 3' 


8 


II 


6 


B 9 


4 4 


«i 


-^ IS 


21 


6 


II 4 


5'7 





W. 


Id 


7 '8 


6 3. 


8 


8 


2 " 


8 7 


5 5. 


Ji 6 


63 


21 


,5 




216 9 


43 


Til. 






7 J3 


8 


6 


S i 


8 7 


7 . 


.1 6 


7 3 




8 




816 7 


■ 55 


F. 


12 


8.53 


8 38 


8 


8 


9 9 


8 9 


8 i 


11 11 


83 


22 


2 


2 3 


016 II 


3 4 


S. 


13 


9 4> 


9 39 


8 


9 


1° 5 


8 10 


9 


SI 6 


9 2 


22 


9 


3 3 


5'7 6 


4 3 


*■ 


14 


10 31 


10 29 


8 


11 


10 51 


8 11 


94 


'3 


10 J 


23 


3 


4 3 


018 I 


4 55 


M. 


1.5 


ii 20 


11 j6 


8 


II 


11 39 


9 


10 3 


»3 5 


'° 5 


23 


7 


5 * 


oi3 8 


5 44 


Tu. 


iG 


oap 


12 


9 


1 


-. 






>3 8 


'I 3 


23 


10 


6 4l'8 I. 


6 32 


W. 


i; 


oj8 


19 


9 


I 


038 


9 I 


'I 5= 


»3 9 




— 




640119 ' 


658 


Th. 


i3 


I 4.5 


056 


9 


2 


I 15 


9 " 


i 


.3 10 


a 


23 


10 


7 15' '9 I 


7 3a 


F. 


19 


3 30 


I 32 


9 


2 


I 49 


9 » 


4., 


13 10 


I 


23 


9 


7 49;i8 I. 


8 6 


S. 


20 


3 14 


a 6 


9 


» 


» »3 


9 I 


I Ii" 


^3 7 


I 3 


23 


3 


8 24I13 8 


843 


». 


21 


3 .'^'^ 


2 40 


9 


I 


= J9 


9 ° 


I 5 


23 I 


2 J 


22 


9 


9 o'S 3 


9 i3 


M. 


22 


4 39 


3 16 


9 





3 35 


8 II 




11 6 


3 4, 


ai 


4 


9 3O'? " 


9 55 


Tu. 


13 


,5 2> 


3 5.5 


8 


11 


4 15 


8 10 


3 . 


.> 


3 2 


21 


8 


10 13 '7 4 


10 34 


W. 


24 


6 7 


438 


8 


9 


J ' 


8 8 


3 5c 


2, 4 


4 1' 


21 


I 


10 5616 8 




Th 


».5 


'5 .54 


.5 29 


8 


7 


4^" 


8 6 


4 4 


.0 9 


5 1. 


30 


8 


I. 4^16 2 




P. 


26 


7 4+ 


6 27 


8 


.5 


6 59 


8 5 


5 5"; 


.0 9 


6 2 


20 


ij 


io;i6 2 


40 


S. 


17 


8 39 


7 3J 


8 


6 


8 6 


8 7 


7 3 


" 3 


7 3j 


21 


9 


1 I7|i« 41 I 55 


»- 


28 


9 39 


3 39 


8 


9 


9 11 


8 II 


8 - 


.» 4 


83 


23 





•3.!i7 3!] 3 7 


M. 


19 


10 41 


9 44 


9 


I 


10 14 


9 3 


9 


«3 8 


9 3-f 


34 
15 


5 


3 41 18 7 4 14 


Tu 


30 


11 43 


10 43 


' 


5 




9 6 


,0 


»5 I 


10 2£ 


7 


4 4610 0| J 16 

! II 1 


lUnge. J 


7«. IQin. — 


13». ^ 


lO". gi.. 


PA<MMb/(Ae 


.9/oon. 


mo„;D,clmalionalJfoon. 






t.B. 


, 


K.D. 






cr 


c , 
























Full Ill 

Last Quarter - 8 i 


3a Afternoon. 
52 Afternoon. 


2 a 

3 " 
4 

5 


.». 13 
I 54 


9 


4N. 

9 


'i 


;j 


30N.2S 

18 ]8 


I36 I 


New 16 7 


36 Morning. 


5 4; 




3 
6 
9 




'9 


'5 3 7 


■29 2 


First Quarter 24 10 


31 Morning. 


13 


■° 


21 


Til Perigee - - 3 7 
In Apogee- - 18 a 


Morning. 
Afternoon. 


6 

I 


40 
j 45 
39 


14 2 

16 a 


^ 


7 


aa 
33 
»4 


3 37 130 3 

o8.j6|; 

5 33 |1 



na diiiM of Hi^ Water are giTco Ibr Mean Hme at Place ; if QreeDwtch or Bai1«^ Tinu 
OtXEfoCK add It m. I LmBrooftaddUtD. | FmatoEB 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



47 



JUNE, 1863. 


? WESTON-SUPEB-MARE. 


HOLYHEAD. 


KINGSTOWN. 


si 


I MoBimro. 


Afternoon. 


Morning. 


Afternoon. 


MORNINC 


\, 


Afternoon. 


Time. 


Hdght. 


Time. 


Height.! 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height.] 


Thne. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




H. X. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


r. I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. U. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


D. 


I 5 49 


36 3 


6 16 


36 


II 


9 H 


15 10 


9 38 


16 


010 13 


10 


9 


10 36 


10 11 





2 6 42 


37 6 


7 8 


37 


II 


10 1 


16 2 


10 24 


16 


4 


10 58 


II 


I 


II 22 


II 2 


15-8 


3 7 33 


38 2 


7 57 


38 


3 


10 46 


i<5 5 


II 8 


16 


411 46 


II 


2 








i6-8 


4 8 20 


38 2 


8 44 


38 





11 32 


16 3 


II 59 


16 


2 


II 


11 


1 


36 


II 


17-8 


5 9 8 


37 8 


9 31 


37 


I 


— 


— 


27 


15 


II 


I 3 


10 


II 


I 30 


10 9 


i8-8 


6 9 54 


3^ 4 


10 16 


35 


5 


55 


15 8 


I 23 


15 


4 


I 56 


10 


7 


2 23 


10 5 


19-8 


710 38 


34 <5 


10 59 


33 


7 


1 51 


14 II 


2 20 


14 


7 


2 51 


10 


3 


3 19 


10 


20'8 


811 24 


3a 7 


II 5' 


31 


10 


2 50 


14 3 


3 22 


14 





3 48 


9 


10 


4 20 


9 8 


a 


9 — 


— — 


20 


31 


2 


3 55 


13 9 


4 28 


13 


7 


4 53 


9 


6 


5 24 


9 4 


22-8 


50 


30 8 


I 22 


30 


5 


5 3 


13 6 


5 34 


13 


5 


5 54 


9 


3 


6 23 


9 4 


23-8 


I I 54 


30 5 


2 28 


30 


6 


6 4 


13 6 


<5 34 


13 


7 


651 


9 


5 


7 21 


9 5 


24-8 


^33 


30 8 


3 38 


31 





7 3 


13 8 


7 31 


13 


9 


I ^' 


9 


6 


8 21 


9 7 


25-8 


3 4 13 


31 5 


4 43 


31 


II 


758 


J3 II 


8 22 


14 


I 


851 


9 


8 


9 18 


9 9 


26-8 


4 5 " 


3a 6 


5 3<5 


3a 


II 


8 43 


14 3 


9 4 


H 


4 


9 42 


9 


10 


10 4 


10 


27-8 


5 ^ I 


33 4 


6 2j 


33 


7 


9 25 


14 6 


9 4<5 


14 


7 


10 24 


10 


2 


10 44 


10 2 


28-8 


6 6 46 


33 9 


7 6 


33 


II 


10 5 


14 8 


10 22 


14 


8 


II 2 


10 


3 


II 20 


10 3 


• 


7 7 *5 


34 I 


7 42 


34 


2 


10 39 


14 8 


10 55 


14 


8 


II 38 


10 


3 


II 55 


10 3 


1*2 


8 7 59 


34 a 


8 16 


34 


2 


II II 


14 8 


II 27 


14 


7 




- 


— 


13 


10 3 


2*2 


9 S 32 


34 I 


8 48 


34 





II 45 


14 6 


— 




- 


31 


10 


2 


49 


10 1 


3-2 


094 


33 10 


9 20 


33 


8 


4 


H 5 


23 


14 


4 


I 7 


10 





I 26 


9 II 


4-2 


I 9 36 


33 3 


9 53 


32 


II 


43 


14 2 


I 3 


14 





I 44 


9 


10 


2 3 


9 8 


5-2 


210 9 


32 6 


10 25 


32 





I 24 


.13 10 


1 44 


13 


9 


2 23 


9 


7 


2 44 


9 « 


6-2 


310 42 


31 7 


II 2 


31 





2 ti 


►13 7 


2 29 


13 


5 


3 5 


9 


5 


3 28 


9 4 


7*2 


411 23 


30 6 


II 49 


30 


> I 


» 55 


13 3 


3 21 


13 


I 


3 53 


9 


3 


4 20 


9 » 


}) 




— 


16 


29 


9 


3 52 


13 


4 24 


12 


ij 


451 


9 


I 


5 a' 


9 


9-2 


^; 46 


29 8 


' '2 


29 


* ? 


4 59 


ii3 


5 32 


13 


2 


5 50 


9 





6 20 


9 I 


IO*2 


7 I 53 


30 I 


2 28 


30 


> 8 


6 4 


13 4 


6 34 


13 


7 


^51 


9 


3 


7 21 


9 6 


11*2 
< 1 


834 


31 4 


3 4a 


32 


3 


7 3 


13 II 


7 33 


14 


3 


7 52 


9 


8 


8 24 


9 10 


I2'2 


9 4 19 


33 2 


4 55 


34 


• 5 


8 3 


14 8 


8 30 


15 


I 


857 


10 


I 


9 28 


10 4 


13-2 


5 ^7 


35 6 


5 57 


3<5 


! 6 


8 56 


15 5 


9 22 


15 


10 


9 56 


10 


7 


10 21 


10 9 


14.2 


fM««SpringJ 18"- 7' 


lu oft. Qin. 




gft. gin. 


Equation of Time at Noon, 


M. 8. 




1C.D. 


X. B. 




1C.D. 


M. 


B. 




K.D. 


M. S. 




a 32 


Add. 


9 


I II 


Add. 


17 





28 


Sub. 


25 


2 12 


Sub. 


a 23 




10 


59 




18 





41 




26 


2 25 




2 14 




11 


47 




19 





54 




27 


2 37 




a 4 




12 


35 




20 




7 




28 


2 50 




I 54 




13 


23 




21 




20 




29 


3 a 




I 44 




14 


10 




22 




33 




30 


3 14 




I 33 




15 


3 


Sub. 


23 




46 










I 22 




16 


15 




24 




59 











net of High Water are given for Mean Time at Place; if Greenwich or Railway Time be required,-- for 
tROF-cuvflHUBB add 12 m. I HOLTHiAn add 18 m. | KiKQvro^m •«jbtract\m.tw\>^a^c^^T^'Tval<e« 



.TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



JUNE, 1863. 



» 5 

3 5 ' 

4 1 

4 S3 

5 43 
63 

7 1! 
5 5 

8 S3 

9 4^ 



3 56 I ; 

4 39 2 



6 54 4 : 

7 44 5 . 



MORNISD. AriERKOON. 



LONDONDERBT. 



» 14 7 

8 J8 7 

9 45 7 

'o 35 7 

II 33 6 



" 54 



358 



!«t 4"' ^"^ 



5a. ^in. 



7'A(«ej of the Moon. 



JHoon'i Declination at Not, 



D, H. M. 

Full- - - - - I 11 30 Afternoon. 

Laet Quarter- 8 i ja Afternoon. 

New 16 7 36 Morning. 

First Quarter 34 10 31 Morning. 

In Perigee - - ,1 7 o Morning. 

In Apogee - - i8 a o Afternoon, 



Rie ijincs of Mtgh Water are giren for M<;r 



OS. 16 
5 33 



U.D. 









26 


'■1 


27 




23 


at 


2Q 


11 


30 





11 Place ; if Dublin or Kiulwsr 1 



LomoaDiCKT aid •: 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



49 



JUNE, 1863. 



I 



I 



GALWAY. 



MoRNura. 



Time. 

H. H. 



3 

4 

5 
6 

6 
7 



36 

^3 

2 

48 



8 44 

9 43 

10 45 

11 50 

20 

1 20 

3 4 

3 48 

4 28 

5 4 
5 40 

7 28 

8 .53 

9 4a 
10 41 

^11 48 

o 21 



1 21 

2 20 

3 18 



Height. 

F. I. 

4 3 

4 II 

5 3 
5 a 
4 9 
4 I 

3 a 

» 4 

I 10 

1 9 

' 9 

2 o 

a 3 

2 7 

2 II 

3 3 



3 
3 
3 
3 



4 

4 

3 
o 



2 9 

» 4 
I 10 

I 4 

I 3 

I 7 

a 3 

3 I 

4 o 



Atternoon. 



Time. 

4 1 
448 

5 37 

6 28 

7 21 

8 16 

9 13 

10 13 

11 18 

1 48 

2 40 

3 a6 

4 9 

4 46 

5 22 

5 57 

6 33 

7 9 

7 48 

8 30 

9 17 

10 II 

11 14 

o 52 

2 50 

3 44 



Height. 
F. I. 

7 
2 



4 
5 
5 
5 
4 
3 



3 
o 

6 

8 



2 8 
2 I 

I 9 

1 10 

2 2 

a 5 



2 

3 
3 
3 
3 

3 a 
2 10 



I 

4 
5 

4{ 



2 61 

2 I 

I 61 

I 3 

I 3 

I XI 



2 
3 



8 
6 



4 5 



f Mean Spring') 
BAiiire. S 



ytt. gin. 



QUEENSTOWN. 



MOBMIMO. 



Time. 

H. X. 



3 
4 

5 

6 

7 
8 



58 

49 
40 

29 

20 

10 



859 

9 50 
10 44 

ri 48 

20 

1 27 

2 31 



3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 



22 
10 
5a 
31 
7 

41 
16 



7 5a 

8 26 

9 5 

9 49 
10 40 

" 45 

19 

1 28 
a 3<5 
3 37 



Height. 
F. I. 



II 
II 
12 
12 
II 
II 



5 
10 

o 

o 

9 

4 



10 9 

10 3 

9 10 

9 8 

9 8 

9 9 

10 o 



3 
6 



10 
10 
10 9 
10 10 
10 10 
10 9 

7 



10 



10 
10 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

10 
10 
II 



4 
2 

10 

7 
5 
5 
7 

o 
6 

2 






Aftebnoon. 



Time. 
H. H. 



4 

5 
6 

6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

II 



24 

14 
5 
54 
45 
34 

^4 
16 

16 



o 
2 
2 



5a 
o 

57 

46 

3^ 
II 

49 
24 

58 

7 34 

8 9 
845 

9 a7 

10 13 

11 12 
o 53 



3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

6 



2 

3 
4 



3 
8 



Height. 
F. I. 



II 
12 
12 I 
II II 



II 
TI 

10 
10 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 

10 

9 
9 
9 



I 

6 
o 

9 

8 

10 

1 

5 
8 

10 

10 

10 

8 



3 
o 

9 

6 



9 9 

10 3 

10 10 

11 6 



5ft lo^"*- 



WATERFORD, 



MORNINO. 



Time. 

H. M. 

4 ^9 

5 " 

6 o 

6 49 

7 40 

8 28 

9 15 

10 6 

11 6 

32 

1 35 
a 43 



3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 
7 



40 

31 

15 

51 

a7 
2 

36 



8 II 

845 

9 20 

'o 5 
II 2 

32 

1 36 

a 49 
3 5<5 



Height. 
F. I. 

2 2 

2 6 

2 8 



2 
2 
2 

I 
I 
O 



9 

7 
3 

9 

3 
8 



o 5 
o 6 

o 9 

o 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 
5 

4 
2 

O II 

o 7 
o 3 

o 3 

8 

1 4 
I II 



Afterkoon. 



Time. 
H. M.| 

4 47 

5 35 

6 24 

7 15 

8 4 

8 5a 

9 39 
10 36 

Ii 35 

4 

1 3 

a 9 

3 la 

4 6 

4 55 

5 33 

^ 45 
7 19 

7 53 

8 28 

9 a 
9 41 

10 33 

11 3a 

I 

1 3 

a 13 

3 a4 

4 a7 



Height. 
F. 1. 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



4 

7 

9 
8 

5 
o 



I 6 

o II 

o 61 

o 4 

o 5 
o 8 

o IJ 

2 

4 

5 
61 

7 

5 

3 
o 

9 

5 
2 

2 



o 
o 
o 
o 
o 



I o 

I 8 
a 3 



SI ^ 

«5 



o 

15-8 

i6-8 
17-8 
i8-8 
19-8 

20*8 

C 

22-8 
23-8 

24*8 

25*8 
26-8 

27-8 
28*8 

• 

1*2 
2*2 

3'^ 
4-2 

5'^ 

6-2 
7-i 

9*2 
IO*2 
11*2 

12*2 

i3*a 
14*2 



gft. 2^- 



Eqfiation of Time at Noon. 



X. B. 




M.D. 


K. 8. 




X.D. 


U. 8. 




1C.D. 


IC. 8. 


2 32 


Add. 


9 


I II 


Add. 


17 


28 


Sub. 


a5 


2 12 


2 23 




10 


59 




18 


41 




26 


a 25 


2 14 




II 


47 




19 


54 




a7 


a 37 


a 4 




12 


35 




20 


I 7 




28 


2 50 


I 54 




13 


23 




21 


I 20 




29 


3 a 


I 44 




14 


10 




22 


I 33 




30 


3 14 


I 33 




^5 


3 


Sub. 


a3 


I 46 


1 




I 22 




16 


15 




24 


I 59 









Sub. 



of Hi^ Water are given for Mean Time at Place; if Dublin or B&ilway Time be requiredy ibr 
GALWATttWUm. I QUBBnrowarocMSa. | 'WixniovDodd^m. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



JULY, 1863. 


Q 


i 


■ti 


BREST. 


DEVONFORT. 


PORTSMOUTH. 




= 


u 








a 




Morning. 


AyTERNOOK. 


MoRNiyo. 


Aftebnook. 


MoBinKG. 


Attbrsc 








Time. 


Koight 


Tin,.. 


Hnighl 


^ 


Heighl, 


"rtoT 


Ectelit 


Time. 


Height 


Timt 


. 






II. M. 


















a. M. 




B. M. 


» 


W. 


I 


raorii. 


3 J9 


19 4 


3 45 


19 8 


5 I 


15 3 


.^ 38 


To 'l 


" 15 


12 9 


II 4°|i: 


Th. 


3 


47 


4 'a 


19 II 


43ft 




6 


15 8 


63^ 


16 6 






7 


i; 


F. 


3 


J 47 


4 59 




,? 23 


30 J 


6 5 


15 10 


7 iS 


16 7 


33 


13 3 


05a 




S. 


4 


2 43 


5 47 


19 10 


6 11 


'9 7 


7 4 


■5 9 


8 C 


,6 4 




13 I 


149 


i: 


» 


1 


3 3'^ 


637 


19 3 


7 


18 6 


8 3 


15 4 


85 


15 8 


2 13 


13 II 


a 37 


i; 


M. 


6 


4 30 


7 13 




7 47 


17 2 


9 ' 


14 8 


9 3 


14 10 


3 I 


13 6 


3 24 




Tu. 


7 


1 '-5 


8 11 


16 6 


837 


■5 9 


9 5 


13 11 


10 iC 


13 10 


3 4fi 


li 11 


4 91 


W. 


8 


6 3 


9 3 


'5 a 


9 30 


.4 8 


103 


'3 I 


II 4 


13 11 


4 34 


II 3 


4 59 


" 


Th. 


9 


6 51 


[O 3 


'4 4 


1038 


14 J 


II 3 


.13 6 


— 





5 24 


10 7 


5 5t> 




F. 


10 


7 .;9 


11 15 


13 II 


II .';3 


13 'I 





,a 4 


42 


13 ,5 


6 39 


10 3 


7 4 




S. 


"I 


8 38 




— 


38 


14 


I I 


>" 3 


I 55 


13 6 


7 40 


10 3 


8 17 




4. 


13 


9 17 


I I 


14 4 


I 3' 


14 8 


a 3 


'2 5 


3 I 


13 = 


851 


10 5 


9 23 




M. 


'3 


10 6 


I 57 


•5 * 


3 31 


15 7 


3 3 


12 11 


4 = 


13 7 


9 51 




10 16 




Tu. 


'4 


10 55 


2 43 


16 


3 a 


16 J 


4 2 


13 5 


4 5° 


14 3 


1038 


11 3 


'o 57 




w. 


'.S 


II 41 


3 ao 


.6 9 


3 39 


17 


5 I 


13 9 


5 3 


14 8 


11 16 


II 6 


II 35 




Th. 


r6 


oaaS 


3 57 


17 3 


4 i; 


17 4 


5 4 


14 1 


6 7 


14 11 


II 32 


11 9 






F. 


r? 




4 31 


17 6 


4 4S 


'7 7 


6 a 


14 3 


64 


'5 I 




II 10 


38 




S. 


r8 


^ 55 


5 2 


17 8 


5 18 


17 8 


6 56^14 4 


7 IC 


15 = 


4j 


II 10 


1 2 




*. 


'9 


a 38 


5 33 


i; 8 


5 49 


17 7 


7 2414 3 


7 4= 


14 9 


I 17 


II II 


I 33 




M. 




3 30 


6 6 


17 6 


6 3. 


'7 4 


7 .W14 


8 12 


14 4 


I 5 


II 11 






Tn. 


11 


4 4 


6 43 


17 




.<5 8 


8 3813 8 


843 


13 II 


3 25 


II 9 


3 43 




W, 


3S 


4 49 


7 31 


16 4 


7 4J 


15 '° 


8 59; "3 5 

9 38 '3 


9 " 


'3 5 


3 ' 


11 7 


3 21 




Th. 
F. 
S. 


33 


5 37 


8 4 


15 5 


8 a3 


14 11 






3 4 


" 3 


4 2 




34 


6 38 


.0^0 


'4 7 


9 24 


■4 4 


10 24.3 8 


10 53 


'2 5 


4 ij. 


10 10 


4 51 




2.5 


7 =J 




'4 3 


1038 


14 4 


i: 24.3 ^ 






5 19 


10 5 


5 53 




J&- 


36 


8 33 


(I 19 


■ 4 6 


12 


14 11 


3- 4 


44 


13 7 


639 


10 3 


7 8 




M: 


37 


9 ^4 






38 


ii 6 


1 2fil3 7 


3 8 


[3 3 


7 47 


10 8 


8 3; 




Tu 


38 




I 14 


'6 3 


i 461.7 ^ 


3 4813 4 


3 37 


•4 3 


9 5 


II 5 


9 40 




W. 


39 


11 28 


3 14 


17 11 


24,118 9 


4 314 3 


4 3c 


15 4 


10 9 


13 3 


10 37 




Th. 


^0 


morn. 


3 3 


19 6 


3 34:10 J 


4 J9'5 1 


.^ =e 


16 2 


II 3 


12 10 


11 3° 




F. 


?I 


37 


35a 


30 J 


4 23JO 7 


5 54|i5 9 


6.S 


.6 9 


II 54 


13 4 






H^M™.SpH«J 9.. gin. 


7-9- 


6ft. 4ia. 


/ISwM o/- /Ae Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D. n. u. 


M.D. 




M.n. 




K.». 


/ 







Foil I 6 415 Srorning. 




9 s. 53 


9 


■^y-5° 


17 


2N.5; 




9 


lABt Quarter- 7 10 28 Ariorooon. 




6 43 




8 43 


18 


9 5 






New ----- 15 10 54 AftcrnooD. 




3 39 


II : 


43 


19 


4 5' 




I 


First Quarter 33 g 3a Artcrnoon. 




7 33 


13 2 


I 44 




23 


28 " 





Full ----- 30 I 33 Afternoon. 






13 2 


I 4' 


31 


4s.11 




8 






2 N.52 


14 2 


48 


23 


8 39 




4 


In Perigee - - i 3 Afternoon. 




7 45 




8 s6 


23 


3 ^0 


31 


9 


In Apogee - - i., 6 Aflei'noon. 


8 




Ic 


6 I7 


24 


6 $2 






In Pei'igee - - 30 i oMornini. 


















TH* 


m 


soft! 


gli IVal 


mrefi 


VED lor 


Mean! 


mew 


riaceji 


Green 


wichw 


EtailwB 


)■ Timet 


crequi 


re 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



53 



JULY, 1863. 



NORTH SHIELDS. 






I 

2 



2 
3 

4 
5 

6 

7 

7 

849 

9 5^ 

oil I o 



3 
4 

5 
61 

7 
8 

9 



2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

8 

9 

o 

I 

2 

3 
4 



7 

8 

9 

o 



MOBKIKO. 



Time. 
H. H. 



52 

41 

31 
20 



12 

2 

.52 



o 
I 

2 

3 
3 
4 
4 

5 

5 
6 

7 

7 
8 

9 



39 

35 
22 

o 

35 
lo 

42 

15 

49 

^5 

3 

47 

40 

46 



P. I. 



O 
I 
2 

3 



47 
48 

4J 
30 



»3 
13 
13 
J3 

13 
12 

II 

II 

10 

10 

10 
10 
II 
II 
II 

12 
12 

12 

12 

II 

II 

II 

10 

10 

I 

10 



O 

7 
10 

8 

3 
9 

IK 
O 

5 



4 

7 
I 

6 

II 

2 

3 

2 

I 

II 

7 
2 

6 

2 



11 2 

12 o 

13 o 
13 10 



Afteskoon. 



Time. 
H. K. 

3 17 
4 
4 
5 

6 

7 



56 
46 



38 
26 

8 19 

9 20 

10 27 

11 33 
o 7 

8 



I 

I 
2 

3 
3 
4 
4 



59 
43 

17 

53 
26 

59 



5 
6 

6 



31 

7 

44 

7 ^4 

8 12 

9 II 

10 24 

11 37 

13 

1 19 

a 15 
3 5 
3 54 



Height, 
JP. I, 

3 4 

3 9 

3 9 

3 6 



3 
2 

I 

o 

o 

o 

o 



o 

5 
6 

8 

3 
2 



o 5 

10 

1 4 



I 
2 
2 
2 



9 
I 

3 
3 



2 2 

2 a 

I 91 

1 5 
o 10 

o 4 

o 3 

o 6 

o 10 

2 61 

3 5 

4 I 



Of Mean Spring) fttl. oin. 



Bange. 






LEITH. 



Morning. 



Time. 
H. K. 

I 49 
a 39 

3 27 

4 15 

5 6 

5'57 

6 48 

7 44 

8 44 

9 55 

II o 



o 
I 
I 

2 

3 
3 

4 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 



29 
16 

57 

34 

7 
38 

9 

44 
19 
59 
43 

35 



8 38 



9 
II 



55 
6 



42 

1 37 

2 29 



Height. 

F. I. 



6 
6 

7 
6 

6 
5 



I 

9 
o 

9 

4 
9 



4 10 

3 II 

3 a 
2 10 

2 9 

3 3 

3 II 

4 6 

4 II 

5 a 
5 3 

5 2 

5 o 
4 10 

4 5 
3 II 

3 4 

2 II 

3 o 

3 5 

4 10 

6 I 

7 o 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 

2 

3 
3 
4 



14 

3 

51 

41 

3a 

23 

7 14 

8 14 

9 20 

10 27 

11 32 



5 
6 



o 
o 

I 
2 
2 

3 
3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 
8 



3 
53 
38 

15 

51 

22 

54 

26 
I 

39 
21 

7 

5 

17 



10 31 

11 40 

13 

1 10 

2 3 
2 51 



Height. 
F. I. 

6 6 

6 II 

6 II 
6 



6 

5 

4 

3 
2 II 

2 91 

2 10 



I 

4 

4 
6 



3 
3 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 



o 

7 
3 

9 

I 

2 



4 II 
4 8 



4 

3 

3 I 
2 II 



2 
7 



3 2 

3 10 

4 4 

5 6 

6 7 

7 3 



ft. oin. 



8"^- 2 



THURSO. 



MORNINO. 



Time. 

H. sit 

8 3 

8 5r 

9 40 

10 31 

11 23 



o 

I 
2 

3 
5 

6 
6 



40 

34 

35 

51 
I 



7 
8 



4 
53 
32 

4 

8 39 

9 " 
9 43 

10 16 

10 52 

11 30 



o 

I 
2 

3 

5 
6 

7 
7 



35 
26 

30 

51 
8 

15 
6 

53 



8 39 



Height. 
F. I. 



13 
13 
13 
13 



6 
II 
II 

6 



12 II 

II 8 
10 10 
10 I 



9 
9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

12 

12 

12 



8 
6 

9 

4 
1 

9 

o 

2 
2 



12 I 
II 10 
II 6 



10 
10 

9 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 
14 



9 

3 

II 

10 
I 
I 

4 
7 
3 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. Ma 

8 27 

9 15 
10 5 

10 57 

11 49 

o 15 



I 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 

7 
7 



6 

4 

13 
26 

34 

31 
14 
48 



8 22 

855 

9 27 
9 59 

10 34 

11 10 

II 51 
o 12 



59 
56 

9 

30 
42 

43 

7 29 

8 17 

9 a 



o 
I 

3 

4 

5 
6 



Height. 
F. I. 



13 
13 
13 
13 

12 
12 
II 
10 

9 

9 
9 



9 
II 

. 3 

1 

3 

5 
10 

6 



^25 



10 
10 

II 5 
II II 



o 
9 



12 
12 
12 

12 
II 
II 
II 

13 
10 

9 

9 

10 

II 

13 
14 
14 



I 

2j 



O 

8 

3 
o 

6 

o 

10 

II 
6 

8 
o 
o 

4 






O 



16 

17 
18 



19 
20 



([ 



22 

23 
24 



26 

27 
28 

i 

O 

I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

8 

9 

10 
II 

12 

13 



15 



2 
2 

2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 

5 
5 



5 
5 



o 



ft. 'Tin. 



6"- 7 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



V. B. 




M.D. 


V. 8. 




V.D. 


H. 8. 




V.D. 


M. 8. 




3 25 


Sub. 


9 


4 49 


Sub. 


17 


5 48 


Sub. 


25 


6 13 


Sub. 


3 37 




10 


458 




18 


5 53 




26 


6 14 




3 48 




II 


5 6 




19 


5 57 




27 


6 14 




3 59 




12 


5 14 




20 


6 I 




28 


6 13 




4 10 




13 


5 22 




21 


<5 5 




29 


6 12 




4 20 




14 


5 29 




22 


6 8 




30 


6 10 




4 30 




15 


5 36 




23 


6 10 




31 


6 7 




4 39 


16 


5 4a 




24 


6 12 











of High Water are given for Mean Time at Place ; if Greenwich or Railway Time be required,*-for 
IfOBra BszniMi add 6 m* | LxiTH add 18 m. 1 Thusso ocIJ 14 m. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



JULY, 1863. 








GBEENOCK. 


UVERPOOL, 


PEUBKOEE. 


MomnKO, 


Aftehsoon, 


MotuoNO. 


Afieshook. 




AfTBK. 








Tlmo. 


U^ht, 


Ttae. 


Height 


Time. 


Udsht. 


Time 


Hdght 


TLint. 


Hdsht. 


Tima. 






















H. M. 




H. ¥. 


p. I. 


H. M. 


w. 


1 


norn. 


II 40 


9 


8, 


— 


— 


10 54 


26 1 


11 20 


i6 '7 


5 45 


31 1 


6 13 = 


Th. 


2 


47 


8 


9 


10 


3,5 


10 


.1 4S 


36 II 







6 38 


31 10 


7 2: 


F. 


3 


1 47 


1 




1 


1 36 


10 1 




27 2 


36 


a? 3 


7 a& 


33 1 


7 50- 


S. 


4 


a 43 


1 .^0 


10 


1 


2 14 


10 1 


I 


27 2 


I 34 


26 10 


8 14 


21 9 


>ii9 


» 


5 


3 3^ 


.38 


10 





3 3 


9 '» 


I 48 


26 .1 


a 11 


25 11 


9 4 


31 


9 »7 


M. 


6 


4 26 


3 "5 


9 


9 


3 47 


9 7 


a 36 


25 3 


a 58 


24 7 


9 49 


19 11 


10 9 


Tu 


7 


.^ JJ 


4 9 


9 


5 


4 3i 


9 3 


3 a 


23 11 


3 44 


33 a 


10 31 


18 K 


'o 53 


W. 


S 


■^ 3 


458 


9 




5 24 


8 10 


4 IQ 


23 5 


4 39 


31 8 


ti '5 


17 3 


u 38 


Tb. 


9 


<^ 5^ 


5 5° 


8 


8 


d 22 


8 5 


.5 8 


31 I 


5 44 


10 8 






5 


F. 


10 


7 39 


''> 55 


8 


3 


7 ^9 


8 3 


6 22 


20 ,$ 


f" 59 


30 .<; 


36 


15 10 




S. 


ii 


8 28 


8 5 


3 


^ 


8 40 


8 4 


7 34 


20 6 


8 9 


30 8 


1 53 


15 8 


2 33 


»■ 


12 


9 >7 


9 13 


8 


5 


9 44 


8 6 


8 40 


2r c 


9 8 


ai 5 


3 7 


16 2 


3 40 


M. 


>3 


10 c 




8 


7 


10 3^' 


8 8 


9 33 


21 11 


9 5<' 


33 4 


4 10 


17" 


4 3G 


Tu. 


14 


'o 5,^ 


•o J9 


8 


9 


II 20 


8 10 


10 17 


33 8 


to 30 


33 


5 1 


17 11 


5 a4 


W. 


15, 


11 43 


II 41 


8 


11 


— 


— 


10 55 


23 3 


11 13 


33 6 


5 45 


18 6 


6 5 


Th 


li"! 


oaaS 


1 


9 





20 


9 ' 


II 3a 


23 10 


II JO 


34 


6 34 


19 


6 41 


F. 






38 


9 


2 


55 


9 3 


— 


— 


7 


34 2 


6 38 


19 5 


7 13 


S. 


18 


' 55 


1 12 


9 


3 


1 ap 


9 * 


23 


34 4 


39 


24 5 


7 39 


19 7 


7 44 


*• 


19 


238 


I 44 


9 


4 


• 59 


9 5 


5j 


2+ 6 


I 11 


34 6 


8 


'9 7 


8 17 


M. 


10 


3 20 


2 16 


9 


i 


» 33 


9 4 


I 27 


24 4 


I 43 


24 1 


8 34 


'9 4 


85a 


Tu. 


11 


4 4 


2 50 


9 


4 


3 7 


9 J 


a c 


23 JO 


3 18 


23 6 


9 1= 


i3 11 


9 37 


W. 


13 


4 49 


3 =5 


9 


2 


3 44 




a 3^ 


23 2 


a 55 


23 10 


9 45 


i3 3 


10 4 


Th 


».9 


,'5 37 


4 4 


9 





4 36 


^ 'I 


3 ', 


33 5 


3 37 


21 11 


10 24 


.7 6 


10 45 


F. 


»4 


6 28 


4 50 


8 


9 


.5 15 


8 8 


4 2 


21 5 


4 30 






16 8 


II 3a 


S. 


*.' 


7 13 


5 44 


8 


6 


6,9 


8 5 


5 ^ 


20 8 


5 4' 


20 8 


— 


— 


3 


£■ 


if 


8 21 


655 


8 


4 


7 33 


8 5 


6 23 


30 9 


7 3 


31 1 


036 


16 1 


I 17 


M. 


z; 


y 24 


8 12 


8 


7 


8 50 


8 9 


7 4 




3 18 


33 4 


a I 


16 8 


3 43 


Tu 


i8 


10 27 


9 *: 


9 





10 J 


9 2 


8 5= 


23 2 


9 33 


34 


3 22 


18 J 


3 59 


W. 


19 


ri 28 


Ji 28 


9 


5 


10 59 


9 7 


9 4S 


24,. 


10 13 


25 8 


4 3 


19 9 




Tb 








9 


9 


" 57 


9 11 


10 43 


30 4 


II 9 


36 II 




21 3 


6 I 


P. 


3' 


27 


— 




1 


22 


10 1 


'I 34 


h ^ 


1158 


27 8 


6 35 


33 3 


6 49 


n!arM«mSi.rii«j 


411. lOin. 


13a. Qin. 


iQt- 6'°- 


Phag» of Ike 


Jt/oon, 


jtfbo«'* Declination at Noon. 


D. n. 


M. 
















FuU 1 6 

Last Quarter- 7 10 
New ij 10 


46 flforning. 
38 Afternoon. 
14 Afternoon. 


M.n. 

3 
4 

5 


9S.53 
6 43 


>LD. 

9 


i5N-5'> 
18 43 


17 I 

18 


3N.57 

9 5 


25 ,1 

26 [2 


First Quarter- 23 9 3J Afternoon. 
Full ----- 30 I 33 Aflornoon. 


3 29 
7 33 




20 43 

21 44 
21 45 


19 


4 5' 
33 
45.11 


28 2 

29 1 


In Perigee - - 1 3 


Afternoon. 


6 


2N.J2 

7 45 




20 48 
18 36 
16 17 


23 


8 39 


30 I 


In Apogee- - 15 6 


Arteruoon. 


8 


1(3 


33 


6 f. 


3^ 


In I'erigee - - 30 i 


Morning, 




.a 7 




24 





The time* of High Water are given for Mean Tune at PUce; if Greenwich or BaUirayTiiDe be reqaw 
Qaxiicocx addlim- | LiriarooL adti 12 o. " ~ 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



53 



JULY, 1863. 



51 

a 

H 
X 




NORTH SHIELDS. 



I 



Time. 
2 52 

3 41 

4 31 
41 5 ao 

6 12 

7 a 

7 .5a 
849 

9 5a 

II o 



5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

o 

I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

o 

I 

2 

3 
4 
5 

6 



MORKIHO. 



O 
1 
2 

3 
3 
4 
4 

5 

5 
6 

7 

7 
8 

9 

II 



39 

35 
22 

o 

35 
10 

4a 

15 

49 

^5 

3 

47 
40 

46 



8 o 

9 J 

2 

1 3 



47 
48 

41 
30 



Hd^t. 
F. I. 

13 o 
'3 7 
13 10 
13 8 

13 3 
12 9 

II II 

II o 

10 5 
10 2 



10 4 

10 7 

11 I 
II 6 
II II 

12 2 

12 3 

12 2 

12 I 

II II 

II 7 

II 

10 

10 
I 

10 



2 
6 
2 



11 2 

12 O 

13 o 

13 10 



AVTBSlfOOK. 



Time. 
H. K. 



3 

4 

4 
5 

6 



17 

6 

46 



38 

7 26 

8 19 

9 20 

10 27 

11 33 

o 7 

8 

59 

43 

17 

53 
26 

59 



I 
I 
2 

3 
3 
4 
4 



5 
6 

6 



31 

7 

44 

7 24 

8 12 

9 II 

10 24 

11 37 

13 

1 19 

a 15 
3 5 
3 54 



Height. 
f. I. 

3 4 

3 9 

3 9 

3 6 



3 
2 

I 

o 
o 
o 
o 



o 

5 
6 

8 

3 
2 



o 5 

10 

1 4 
I 

2 

2 

2 



9 
I 

3 
3 



2 2 

2 o 

I 9 

I 5 

o 10 

o 4 

o 3 

o (S 

10 

1 7 

2 6 

3 5 

4 I 



if Mean spring') fttt. oin. 



LEITH. 



THUESO. 



MOHIONQ. 



Time. 

I 49 
a 39 

3 ^7 

4 15 

5 6 

5'57 

6 48 

7 44 

8 44 

9 55 

II o 



29 

I 16 

1 57 

2 34^ 

3 7 

3 38 

4 9 
4 44 

19 
59 
43 
35 



5 

5 
6 

7 
8 38 



9 
II 



55 
6 



42 

1 37 

2 29 



Height. 
F. I. 

6 I 

6 



7 
6 

6 
5 



9 

o 



4 

9 
4 10 

3 II 
3 2 
2 10 

2 9 

3 3 

3 II 

4 6 

4 II 

5 a 
5 3 

5 a 

5 o 
4 10 

4 5 
3 II 

3 4 

2 II 

3 o 

3 5 

4 10 

6 I 

7 o 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. IC. 
2 14 

3 3 

3 51 

4 41 

5 3a 

6 23 

7 14 

8 14 

9 20 

10 27 

11 32 



o 
o 
I 
2 

2 

3 
3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 
8 



3 
53 
38 

15 

51 

22 

54 

26 
I 

39 
21 

7 

5 

17 



10 31 

11 40 

13 

1 10 

2 3 
a 51 



Height. 

P. I. 

6 (S 

6 II 

6 II 

6 7 

6 

5 
4 
3 

2 II 

2 9 

2 10 



3 
3 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 



3 

9 
I 



5 ' 
4 II 
4 8 



4 

3 

3 I 
2 II 



3 2 

3 10 

4 4 

5 6 

6 7 

7 3 



ft. Qin. 



8"^- 2 



MORNINO. 



Time. 

8 3 

8 51 

9 40 

10 31 

11 23 



o 

I 
2 

3 
5 

6 
6 

7 
8 



40 

34 

35 

51 
I 

4 
53 
32 

4 

8 39 

9 i^ 
9 43 

10 16 

10 j2 

11 30 

35 

1 26 

2 30 



3 

5 
6 

7 
7 



51 
8 

15 
6 

53 



8 39 



Height. 
F. I. 



13 
13 
13 
13 



6 
II 
II 

6 



12 II 

II 8 
10 10 
10 I 



9 
9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

12 

12 

12 



8 
6 

9 
4 
1 

9 

o 

2 
2 



12 I 
II 10 
II 6 



10 
10 

9 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 
14 



9 

3 

II 

10 
I 
I 

4 
7 
3 



Aftebnoon. 



Time. 

8 27 

9 15 
10 5 

10 57 

11 49 
o 15 



6 

4 

13 
26 

34 

31 
14 
48 



I 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

7 

8 22 

855 

9 2/ 
9 59 

10 34 

11 10 

II 51 
o 12 

59 
56 

9 



o 
I 

3 



4 

5 
6 

7 



30 
42 

43 
29 

8 17 

9 a 



Height. 
F. I. 



13 
13 
13 
13 

12 
12 
II 
10 

9 

9 
9 



9 
II 

9 

. 3 

I 
3 

5 
10 

6 

6 



10 
10 
II 

11 II 

12 I 
12 2 
12 2 



22 

^3 
24 

^5 

026 



12 
II 
II 
II 

13 
10 

9 

9 
10 

II 

13 
14 
14 



o 
8 

3 
o 

6 

o 

10 

II 
6 
8 
c 
o 

4 






16 

17 
18 



19 
20 



O 



(L 



927 
528 



o 

I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

8 

9 

10 
II 
12 



13 



15 



2 
2 

2 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 

5 

» 

5 
5 

5 
5 



5 
5 



o 



ft. '7in. 



6"- 7 









Equation of Time at Noon, 










IC. 8. 




M.D. 


K. 8. 




M.D. 


M. 8. 




V.D. 


M. 8. 




3 25 


Sub. 


9 


4 49 


Sub. 


17 


5 48 


Sub. 


25 


6 13 


Sub. 


3 37 




10 


458 




18 


5 53 




26 


6 14 




3 48 




II 


5 .6 




19 


5 57 




27 


6 14 




3 59 




12 


5 14 




20 


6 I 




28 


6 13 




4 10 




13 


5 22 




21 


6 5 




29 


6 12 




4 20 




14 


5 29 




22 


6 8 




30 


6 10 




4 30 




15 


5 36 




23 


6 10 




31 


6 7 




4 39 i^ 


5 42 




24 


6 12 











of High Water are gireii fa Blean Time at Place ; if Greenwich or Railway Time be reqmred,«»for 
2708X11 8kibij« odd em* | LsiXHodtflSm. 1 Thttbso a<f dU m. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



JULY, 1863. 


p 


5 

a 


-•t: 


GEEENOCK. 




LIVEKPOOL. 


PBUBHOKE 




n 












1 


1 


MoEItlNU. 1 ArTEBNOON. 


MOBIrIHG. 


Aptebkooh. 


MOBBIICO. 


Ajtteu 








Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Timo. 


Height. 


Time. 


Uoiglil 


Ttmt 


Bdgbt. 


Tine.] 






a. u. 


U. M. 
















H. M. 




B. IL 




H. IL 


w. 


i 


Qom. 


11 40 


9 


8 









10 54 


36 I 


II 30 


I'a 'i 


S 45 


31 J 


6 131 


Tb 


3 


47 


8 


9 


10 


35 


10 




ii4fi 


36 11 







6 38 


31 10 


7 3;1 


F. 


3 


I 47 


I 


10 


I 


I 30 


10 


1 




17 3 


036 


37 3 


; 26 


33 1 


7 S°fl 


a 


4 


» 43 


I 50 


£0 


I 


3 14 


10 


1 


1 C 


17 3 


1 34 


26 10 


8.4 


31 9 


8 39" 


». 


,5 


3 3f 


3 38 


10 





3 a 


9 


11 


I 48 


36 5 


3 12 


25 ij 


9 4 


31 


9 37 


M. 


C 


4 36 


3 3.5 


9 


9 


3 47 


9 


7 


3 36 


>5 3 


358 


24 7 


9 49|i9 I" 


10 9 


Tu. 


1 


5 '5 


4 9 


9 


5 


4 33 


9 


3 


3 2 


33 n 


3 44 


23 a 


10 3. 


i3 8 


10 53 


W. 


8 


fi 3 


4 58 




I 


5 24 




10 


4 10 


33 5 


4 39 


21 8 


ti Ij 


17 a 


11 38 


Tb 


9 


651 


5 50 


a 


8 


6 3? 


8 


5 


5 8 




5 44 


so 8 






5 


F. 




^ ^l 


5^ 


8 


3 


7 39 


3 


3 


6 33 


30 5 


6 59 


20 _-i 


36 


15 10 




S. 




8 3!J 


8 5 


8 


3 


3 40 


8 


4 


7 34 


30 6 


8 9 


20 8 


' 53 


15 8 


3 31 


»■ 


13 


9 •? 


9 13 


8 


- 


9 44 


8 


6 


8 40 


31 C 


9 8 


SI J 


3 7 


16.3 


3 40 


M. 


13 


10 6 


[0 11 


8 


7 


10 3^ 


8 


8 


9 33 


31 11 


9 56 


22 4 


4 10 


17 


4 3^ 


Tu. 


M 


10 5.1 


10 59 


8 


9 


11 30 


8 


10 


10 17 


33 8 


10 36 


23 


5 ■ 


17 11 


5 34 


W. 


'.S 


.1 42 


11 41 


8 


11 








10 55 


n 3 


II 13 


23 6 


S 45 


18 6 


•5 5 


Th 


16 


ca38 


I 


9 





30 


9 




II 33 


33 10 


II 50 


24 


624 


19 


641 


F. 


17 


1 la 


38 


9 


" 


° 55 


9 


3 


— 


— 


7 


24 2 


6 j8 


19 5 


7 13 


S. 


18 


I .55 


1 12 


9 


3 


I 39 


9 


4 


33 


24 4 


039 


^4 .5 


7 »9 


'9 7 


7 44 


»■ 


'9 


a 38 


I 44 


9 


4 


I 59 


9 


5 


55 


34 6 




24 6 


8 


19 7 


8 17 


M. 


»o 


3 30 


3 16 


9 


5 


3 33 


9 


4 


I 37 


34 4 


I 43 


24 1 


8 34 


19 4 


852 


Tu. 


>1 


4 4 


3 50 


9 


4 


3 7 


9 


3 


3 


23 10 


3 18 


li ,t 


9 1° 


18 II 


9 37 


W. 


13 


4 49 


3 35 


9 


a 


3 44 


9 


• 


3 36 


»3 i 


2 55 




9 45 


18 3 


10 4 


Th 


^3 


5 37 


4 4 






4 3*0 


8 


n 


3 J. 


33 5 


3 37 




10 34 


17 


'0 45 


F. 


H 


6 38 


4 50 


3 


9 


.5 1,5 


8 


8 


4 2 


" 5 


4 30 


31 




iti 8 


11 33 


S. 


>5 


7 33 


544 


8 


6 


6 19 


8 


5 


5 » 


30 8 


5 41 


20 8 


— 


~ 


3 


»■ 


36 


8 31 


^S^> 


8 


4 


7 33 


8 


5 


6 33 


30 9 


7 3 




36 


1(5 1 


1 17 


M. 


»7 


9 34 


8 13 


8 


7 


8 5° 


8 


9 


7 4 


31 - 


8 18 


33 4 




,6 8 


3 43 


Tu 


t8 


10 27 


9 27 


9 





10 I 


9 


3 


85* 


33 2 


9 23 


24 c^ 


3 22 


iS 1 


3 59 


W. 


19 


II 38 


10 30 


9 


5 


'0 59 


9 


7 


9 49 


34 11 


10 15 


25 ^ 


4 31 


19 9 


5 "1 


Th. 


JO 


oiorn. 


II aS 


9 


9 


" 57 


9 


'j 


to 43 


36 4 


Ji 9 


26 II 


5 32 


ai 3 


fl 1 


F. 


3' 


37 


~ 




L 


33 


10 




" 34 


37 3 


11 58 




623 


33 3 


649 


BaKlIara Spring) 


4tt. IQi". 




13ft. oin. 


loll. gi,. 


PAa*e* of the 


Moon. 








M. 
















FnU 1 6 

Last Quarter - 7 10 


46 Morning. 

33 Afternoor 




3 I 


93.53 
ti 43 


9 


■8 43 


i 


I3N.57 


I: 


New 15 10 


1:4 Aftornoor 




10 


9 51 


First Quarter- 33 9 ^1 Ai'tornoor 




3 1 


3 39 




20 43 


19 


4 51; 


37 2 


Full 30 I 


33 Afternoon. 


4 


7 33 




21 44 




33, 


28 


2 








5 
6 

7 


3 20 


13 


" « 




4S. II 


39 


1 


In Perigee - - i 3 


Afternoor 




aN.52 


14 


20 48 
.8 56 
lO 1; 


33 


8 39 


30 




In Apogee- - 15 6 


Aflernoot 




? 45 
3 7 


'A 


23 


"ell 


31 




In Perigee - - 30 i 


Morning. 






34 







■Tht tiBW of High Water we given fcr M«M Time «t Place i if Greenwich or B«l«»y Time be FMoii 
QUHOOX wM 10 m. I LlTMPOoi wH M m. • - 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



55 



JULY, 1863. 



I 

2 

3 
4 



WESTON-SUPER-MARE. 



MORHIKO. 



Time. 
a. M. 

7 2238 

8 1039 

8 5638 



Height 
r. I. 



9 4a 
6|io 21 



37 

35 

io 5933 

8I11 44'3i 



o| 
I 

2 

3 

41 

5. 

7 
81 



9 

o 

I 
2 



5 

.(5 



o 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

7 
8 



10 

14 
a? 

4^ 

49 
43 
26 

6 

41 
12 



30 
29 

28 

29 
30 
32 
33 
33 
34 
35 



Afternoon. 



8 42 

9 M 

9 46 
10 18 

3lio 52 

4|i« 36 
o 4 



35 
35 
34 
33 
31 
30 
29 



7 



01 



I 14 

a 34 

3 58 

915 i^ 
6 13 

7 



29 

30 
3a 

35 

37 

839 



9 
II 

8 

5 

5 

2 

10 

5 
8 

I 

2 

II 

8 

o 

3 
o 

4 

3 
II 

6 

II 

7 

5 
6 

2 

7 

2 



Time, 
a. M. 

^55 

7 4^ 

8 33 

9 19 

10 2 

10 40 

11 20 



Height. 
F. I. 



HOLYHEAD. 



Morning. 



o 

I 

3 



41 

50 
4 



4 

5 
6 

6 
7 



17 
17 
5 
47 
^5 

7 57 

8 27 

8 58 

9 30 
10 



o 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



37 " 
39 o 
39 on 

38 4 

36 10 

34 9 

32 6 

29 7 

28 II 

29 o 

29 II 

31 5 

3a 8 

33 ^ 

34 4 

34 10 

35 I 

35 a 
34 9 

33 10 

10 3432 7 



Time. 
H. M. 

9 47 
10 36 

21 



Height. 
F. I. 

16 2 

16 7 

16 8 



38 

31 
21 

15 
16 

28 

34 



II 13 
o 38 



I 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



54 
16 

37 
43 
43 
3a 



31 2 



29 7 



29 

31 
33 
36 
38 

39 



10 

4 
9 
5 
5 
9 



7 36 

8 29 

9 12 

948 

10 24 

io 54 

11 24 



II 
o 
o 
I 

2 

3 
4 



56 

14 

53 

33 
16 

7 
II 



5 



28 
40 
48 

44 
9 36 
10 24 



6 

7 
8 



16 
15 

13 

13 
12 

12 

13 
^3 

J[5 

15 
14 
14 

13 
13 
13 

13 
13 

15 
16 

16 



3 
6 

9 

II 

I 

2i 

I 

lOi 
10 

I 

6 
o 

5 
8 

II 

o 

o 

II 

8 

3 
10 

3 
o 

o 
6 

4 

4 

3 
II 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
U. M. 

10 12 

10 58 

11 45 

O 11 



Height 
f. 1. 



5 
56 

47 

45 

53 
I 

6 



I 

I 

2 

3 

4 

6 

7 

8 4 

8 52 

9 30 
10 7 

10 40 

11 8 
II 40 



16 
16 
16 
16 

15 
15 

13 

13 
12 

12 



5 
8 



KINGSTOWN. 



Morning. 



II 
2 

4 
6 

o 

10 

II 



Time. 

Ua Ma 

10 45 

11 34 

o 49 



Height 

F. 1. 
II O 

II 3 



o 
I 
1 

2 

3 
4 

6 

7 
8 

9 

10 



33 

13 

54 
40 

37 
50 

5 

14 
i8 

10 

I 



10 46 



13 

J13 

14 

14 
14 10 

14 II 

15 o 



3 

9 

2 

7 



41 

32 
20 

14 

14 

17 
21 



J 
2 

3 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 26 

9 ^5 
10 12 

10 46 

11 21 

II 54 

O II 



14 

14 

14 

^3 

^3 
12 

13 
13 

15 
16 

17 



10 
6 
I 

7 
I 

II 

3 
II 

10 

10 

8 

I 



f Xean Spring *> 1Q^* J^^ 



3ft. Qin- 



II 

10 
10 
10 

9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

10 

10 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

u. M» 



o 

I 
I 

2 

3 
4 
5 

6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

II 



43 

19 

54 

33 

15 

5 
8 

17 

^7 

39 

43 

34 
22 



II 
6 

I 

>• 
/ 

2 
o 
I 

3 
6 

9 
o 

3 
4 
4 



II 

II 

o 

I 



9 

59 

24 

15 



Height. 

F. I. 



2 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



10 4 

10 3 

10 I 

9 10 

9 7 

9 4 

9 o 



9 
9 

9 

10 

II 
II 



I 

5 
II 

6 

I 

6 



7 

56 
46 

44 

45 
48 

53 

8 56 

9 50 

10 29 

11 3 
11 38 



27 

59 
36 

13 

a 54 

3 39 

35 
42 



o 
I 
2 



4 
5 

6 
8 

9 
10 



5a 

3 

14 
10 



^o 59 
II 45 



II 
II 
II 
II 

10 
10 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 

r-'9 
10 

10 

10 

10 
10 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

II 



«5 



2 
3 

3 
I 

9 

4 

10 

4 
o 

o 

ft 

4 

/ 
II 

2 

41 



D. 

o 

l6*2 

17*2 

i8-2 
19*2 

20 '2 

<L 

22 '2 
23-2 
24*2 
25-2 

26*2 
27-2 
28-2 

• 

0-5 
1*5 
*-5 



4 
2 

II 

9 

5 
2 

o 

3 
8 

2 

9 

4 
6 



3*5 
4-5 
5^5 
6-5 
D 

8-5 
9'5 

10-5 

II-5 
12-5 

i3'5 

O 

15-5 



5^ & 



in. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



X. 8. 




If.D. 


M. B. 




M.D. 


M. S. 




M.D. 


V. 8. 


3 ^5 


Sdb. 


9 


4 49 


Sub. 


17 


5 48 


Sub. 


25 


6 13 


3 37 




10 


458 




18 


5 53 




26 


6 14 


3 48 




II 


5 6 




19 


5 57 




27 


6 14 


3 59 




12 


5 14 




20 


6 I 




28 


6 13 


4 iO 




13 


5 a2 




21 


<5 5 




29 


6 12 


4 20 




14 


5 ^9 


"• 


22 


6 8 




30 


6 10 


4 30 




15 


5 36 




a3 


6 10 




31 


6 7 


4 39 




16 


5 4a 




24 


6 12 









Sub. 



\ of Hi{^ Water are given fbr Mean Time at Place; if Greenwich or Bailway Time be required, — for 
nov-«m»-iCAsa add 12 m. | Holthxad add 18 m. | KiNOSioim twbtract \ m«toTT>xiXj\a3i2L'l\ni^« 



K 












TIDE TABLES FOB THE 












JULY, 1863. 


1 
S 


1 
1 


■*5 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDERRY. 


SLIGO BAY. 1 


MOBN[NO. 


Atteuiooii. 


MOENINQ. 


AFTBItNOON. 


MOKHIKO. 


AftebhockI 








Time. 


Hoight, 


nma. 


neigLt 


Time. 


Hrtght.!: Timo. 


Height 


Time 


BoiKht. 


Time. 


Bi^ 
























H. H. 






U. M. 


r. L 


w. 


I 


morn. 


10 23 


9 


6 


li+S 


9 7 


7 3 


7 9 


8 2 


7 Ji 


4 5<= 


11 


3 


5 17 


II 6 


Th 


3 


4.7 


11 13 


9 


8 


..3« 


9 8 


8 2< 


8 i 


845 


8 1 


5 42 


II 


S 


6 6 


11 9 


F. 


3 


1 47 


'I 55 


9 


8 






9 1 


8 


9 33 


7 1' 


6 29 


II 


8 


654 


rr a 


S. 


4 


2 43 


24 


9 


8 


° J" 


9 8 


9 5" 


7 9 


10 2 


7 7 


7 19 


II 


4 


7 44 


11 1 


i- 


.^ 


3 3^ 


1 18 


9 


7 


■ 4J 


9 5 


10 4f 


7 5 


II s 


7 2 


8 5 


10 


9 


8 3= 


to 5 


M. 


6 


4 26 


2 u 


9 


4 


2 3; 


9 2 


11 3 


6 11 






857 


10 




9 53 


9 ! 


Tu. 


7 


5 15 


3 3 


8 




3 «P 


S 9 


- 


6 8 


4 


6 4 


9 5^ 


9 


6 


10 33 


9 ' 


W. 


8 


6 3 


3 57 


8 


8 


4 26 


8 6 


1 If 


6 a 


' S3 


6 


'0 55 


8 


II 


II 36 


8 s 


Th 


9 


6 i' 


4 55 


8 


4 


J 26 


8 3 


2 as 


5 10 


3 4 


5 1° 


" 5S 


8 


7 






F. 




7 39 


558 


8 




«3i 


8 I 


3 a-^ 


5 1' 


4 5 


6 


32 


8 


6 


I 5 


8 t 


S. 


11 


.8 a8 


7 6 


8 





7 4" 


8 1 


4 3^) 


6 1 


5 


6 a 


1 39 


8 


6 


3 11 


8 ) 


i- 


12 


9 17 


8 11 


8 


2 


8 38 


8 3 


5 2<^ 


6 3 


5 5= 


6 4 


2 43 


8 


9 


3 9 


8 11 


M. 


13 


10 6 


9 3 


8 


5 


9 26 


8 7 


6 I 


6 5 


636 


6 6 


3 33 


9 




3 54 


9 4 


To 


'4 


'o ^5 


9 47 


8 


9 


10 6 


8 10 


6 5a 


6 8 


7 la 


6 9 


4 "4 


9 


7 


4 33 


g Id 


W. 


15 


u 4a 


10 24 


8 




,042 


8 II 


73a 


6 10 


7 57 


6 11 


4 51 




" 


5 10 


ID 1 


Th 


16 


0028 


11 


9 





II 17 


9 


8 .4 


7 


8 3c 


7 3 


5 "9 


10 


3 


5 47 


10 4 


F. 


17 




11 32 


9 





.1 47 


9 ° 


84. 


7 I 


8 59 


7 I 


6 2 


10 


5 


6 ifi 


ID 


S. 


18 


I 55 


— 


~ 




2 


9 I 


9 14 


7 J 


9 28 


7 


fi 3" 


10 


5 


6 +9 


■0 


*. 


JP 


2 38 


19 


9 


I 


36 


9 1 


9 43 


7 


9 59 


6 II 


7 5 


10 


4 


7 as 


10 1 


M. 




3 20 


54 


9 






9 ° 




6 JO 


10 33 


6 9 


7 39 






7 56 


9 s 


Tu 


II 


4 4 


I 3' 


9 





• 5" 


a II 


10 5 


6 8 




6 6 


8 14 


9 


8 


834 


9 1 


W. 


12 


4 49 


2 13 


8 


10 


a 35 


8 9 


11 3'' 


6 4 


— 


— 


85, 


9 


4 


9 18 


s; 


Til. 


^3 


5 37 


2 59 


8 




3 22 


8 6 




6 2 


33 


5 " 


9 45 






10 14 


F. 


H 


6 38 


3 49 


S 


5 


4 17 


8 4 


I e 


5 10 


I 42 


5 9 


,o4« 


8 


8 




B 


S. 


jj 


7 33 


4 49 


8 


3 


5 33 


8 2 


2 23 


5 9 


3 I 


5 « 


It 56 


8 


7 


— 


— 


*. 


i6 


8 22 


5 58 


8 


2 


6 35 


8 a 


3 3'' 


6 


4 S 


fi 3 


32 


8 


8 


1 9 


B 1 


M. 


i'l 


9 24 


7 13 


8 


3 


748 


8 5 


4 3S 


6 6 


5 e 


6 8 


I 4^ 


9 







9 


Tu 


»8 


10 27 


8 23 


8 


8 


852 


8 M 


5 34 


6 11 


6 2 


7 » 


a 53 


9 


8 


3 aa 


iO 


W. 


.9,1.8 


9 '9 


9 




9 4<5 


9 5 


6 3c 


7 5 


65E 


7 7 


3 47 




6 


4 la 


10 I 


Th 


30 morn. 


10 12 


9 


7 


10 38 


9 9 


7 3^ 


7 1" 


7 5 


8 1 


4 36 


II 


4 


5 5 


11 i 


F. 


31 17 


II I 


9 


10 


11 23 


9 10 


8 i^ 


8 3 


8 3C 


8 4 


5 3= 


" 


" 


5 53 


13 fl 


- H-rJw.s,-.,j 


4». 9,. 


3tt. 10m. 


5 


.. ,.. 1 


PftflMs of the Moon. 


Sfoon's Declination at Noon. 1 


D. H. 


u. 


ILD, 


= > 


H.D. 




»LD. 





/ 


ILD. 




Fall 1 6 


46 Morning. 


I 


9 8.52 


9 1 


';n.5o 


17 


3N 


57 


25 


98. jg 


Last Quarter- 7 10 


28 Afternoon. 


a 


6 43 




8 43 


18 


9 


5 


26 


I i<9 


New 15 10 


U Afternoon. 


3 


2 29 




4.3 


19 


4 


51 


27 a 


I 471 


First Quarter 23 p 3a Afternoon. 


4 


7 33 


la a 


I 4+ 


30 





23 


28 J 


S J 


Fall 30 I 


33 Afternoon. 


5 




13 a 


1 45 


31 


48 




39 






6 


2N.,52 


14 a 


48 


33 


8 


39 


30 


4 3> 


In Perigee - - i 3 


Afternoon. 


7 


7 45 


15 1 


8 56 


23 


3 


50 


31 


9 49 


In Apogee- - 15 6 


Al^mooo. 


8 


2 7 


16 1 


6 17 


34 


6 


3a 






In Perigee- - io i 


Morning. 





















Ute times of High Walcr are giTen for Mean Time nl Place; if Dublin or Railway Time he required,— 6t 
BiUAfT MMraet 1 m. | IiOII»o«VBUt mIiI « u. | Bum Bit bM I n. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



57 



JULY, 1863. 




WATERFORD. 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
H. n. 

5 ^3 

6 13 

7 ^ 

7 51 

8 36 

9 17 
10 

10 56 

11 58 
o 28 



Height. 
F. I. 



I 37 




2 47 




3 46 




4 34 




5 17 




5 51 




6 24 




<5 57 




7 30 




8 3 




8 36 




9 ^^ 




9 5^ 




10 51 




II j8 




33 




I 47 




3 7 




4 12 




5 la 




5 59 





12 

12 

13 
12 

12 
II 
II 
10 
10 

9 

9 

o 
o 






o 

l6-2 

17*2 
i8-2 

19*2 

20*2 

<c 

22<2 

33*2 
24*3 
25-2 

a6'2 
27*2 

28«2 

• 

i"5 
a-5 

3-5 
4-5 
5'5 
<5-5 
]> 

8-5 
9-5 

io'5 
"•5 

I2»5 

13*5 
O 
3 a|i5-5 



o 
o 
o 

o 
o 
I 

2 
2 



8 
11 

o 

10 

5 
10 

2 

6 

o 

II 

II 

4 
8 

I 

4 
6 

8 

10 

10 

9 
6 

2 

9 

4 
I 

2 
8 
6 

3 
10 



ASprins) 7ft. gin 



km. 









Equation of Time at Noon. 








, 0. 


ILD. 


M. S. 


1U>. 


M. 8. 




1C.D. 


IL S. 


a5 


Sub. 


9 


4 49 


Sub. 


17 


5 48 


Sub. 


^5 


6 13 


37 




10 


458 




18 


5 53 




26 


6 14 


48 




II 


5 6 




19 


5 57 




^7 


6 14 


^ 59 




12 


5 14 




20 


6 I 




28 


6 13 


1. 10 




13 


5 ^2 




21 


6 5 




29 


6 12 


|. 20 




H 


5 ap 




22 


6 8 




30 


6 10 


1^ 30 




15 


5 3^ 




a3 


6 10 




31 


6 7 


* 39 




16 


5 4a 




^4 


6 12 









Sub. 



r BOgh Water ire glTea im Mean Time at Place ; if Dablin or Bailway Time be required.'— ior 
24KirAar«WU]B. | Qitxevbxowv add 8 m. I WixnaoBS oyd4\ m« 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



AUGUST, 1863. 


a 


1 


,»> !:' 


HARWICU. 


UULL. 


SUSDEELASD, 


S. 


KORMNO. 


ArTERSOOS. 


MOHMKG. 


Aftersooh. 


MOBKIKO. 


dTTEEVOaK 








Timo, 


HclBllt, 


Time. 


Kuight 


■nine. 


Height. 


Time. 


Roiflht 


Time. 


Hd«l,t. 


Time. H^iH 






a. H. 


n. M. 




U. H. 










F. 1. 








s. 


1 


imaa 


43 


11 a 


■ 7 


12 a 


7 aC 


aa 3 


7 49 


i» 3 


4 16 


•5 5 


4 38 15 . 


» 


a 


a ij 


1 30 


13 a 


I 5a 


13 I 


8 1 


aa 3 


833 


23 1 


J . 


>5 4 


5 »3 15 ' 


M. 


3 


3 6 


* 15 


ti u 


2 3? 


II 9 


8 5. 


31 9 


9 16 


21 4 


3 45 


14 II 


6 7.4 1 


Tu 


4 


3 5f> 


358 


II 7 


3 ao 


" 5 


9 38 


30 9 


9 59 


20 J 




14 2 


6 32 13 . 


W. 


S 


4 45 


3 4" 


11 3 


4 " 


10 10 


10 IS 


19 


10 4a 


,S 9 


7 "5 


13 3 


7 3812 1 


Th. 


6 


5 33 


4 aa 


10 7 


4 43 


10 4 




18 1 


ri 36 


,, 6 


8 I 


12 3 


8 3711 I. 


r. 


7 


6 34 


5 8 


10 1 


5 35 


9 10 


— 


— 


9 


16 IC 


S5« 


II 4 


9 37 II . 


& 


8 


7 M 


6 3 


9 7 


6 39 


9 6 


4 


16 3 


J 15 


■5 10 


10 3 


10 8 


.0 40 10 1 


t 


9 


f* 3 


7 JO 


9 5 


8 1 


9 6 


. 48 


15 8 


3 35 


'i 9 


II 19 


lo 6 


■ I55'» ' 


M. 


10 


8 5a 


a 40 


9 7 


9 18 


9 9 


3 


ift 


3 39 


"S 3 


— 


— 


31 10 


Tu. 


II 


y 39 


9 51 


9 1' 


10 19 


10 3 


4 13 


16 u 


4 39 


^7 4 


1 3 


11 3 


1 igil 


W. 


13 


10 ifi 


10 44 




II 6 


10 6 


5 2 


17 9 


5 ^3 


18 3 


■ 54 




2 18 13 


Th. 


13 


11 II 


11 37 


10 9 


II 4fi 


10 II 


5 43 


18 7 


6 3 


18 II 


2 39 


13 


33813 


F. 


H 


!■ .54 




— 


4 


11 


6 ac 


19 3 


6 38 


19 6 


3 16 


13 I 


3 3113 


S. 


^5 


01137 


31 




36 


ri 2 


654 


19 9 


7 10 




3 46 


13 7 


4 I '3 


»■ 


16 


I 30 


5" 




I 6 


II ,3 


7 ij 


20 a 


7 4' 


2I 4 


4 16 


13 I" 


4 3114 


M. 


'7 


2 3 






I 38 


'I 3 


7 57 


30 5 


8 13 


20 5 


4 46 


14 I 


5 314 

5 34 IS 


Tu, 


18 


3 4S 


' 54 






II 3 


8 aa 


30 4 


844 


.0 3 


5 -8 


13 11 


W. 


19 


3 34 


3 36 




5 43 


ir 1 


9 c 


30 I 


9 '9 


19 9 


5 5" 


■3 8 


6 1013 


Th, 




■1 34 


3 ' 




3 ao 




9 3S 




9 57 




fi 30 


13 2 


6 5013 


F. 


ai 


5 "5 


3 39 


10 8 


3S^ 


10 6 


10 it 


18 7 


10 40 


18 1 


7 " 


12 7 


7 36>" 


S. 


aa 


6 13 


4 19 


10 3 


4 43 


10 1 


II E 


.7 8 


11 41 


17 ' 


8 2 


II II 


8 31" 


«■ 


^3 


7 10 


5 " 


9 It 


5 4^ 


9 TC 


— 


— 


17 


16 10 


9 4 


11 4 


9 43" 


M. 


14 


8 JO 


6 18 


9 9 


I 5 


9 10 


05C 


16 7 


I 35 


16 6 


10 23 


II 2 


II 711 


Tu. 


25 


9 I' 


7 49 


9 !• 


8 31 




a i^ 


ifi 9 


3 5a 


17 4 


II 45 


II 7 




W. 


36 


10 y 


9 u 




9 47 


10 9 


3 3 


18 I 


4 7 


18 to 


23 


12 I 


37.. 


Th 


37 


II 6 


JO 31 


II 1 


1048 


'I S 


4 4= 


19 8 


5 5 


20 4 


I 30 


13 3 


3 OIJ 


F. 


a8 


13 


11 13 


■I 9 


i< 38 


la 


5 as 


30 11 


5 54 


21 6 


' 'S 


14 a 


3 jc 14 


S. 


ip 


morn. 


~ 


- 


2 


la 3 


6 IS 


31 10 


643 


22 3 


3 12 


15 = 


3 M'S 


&. 


30 


53 


34 


.. 3 


046 


13 3 


7 „ 


33 5 


7 a; 


22 6 


3 51! 


•5 f- 


4 ■!« 
4S«|ll 


M. 


31 


I 44 


1 8 


" 3 


1 30 




7 4S 


33 5 


8 9 


12 3 


438 


■5 S 


lI^fM™,^S,™,Bj 5" 9'"- 


IQft. 5fn. 


7«. 2>". 1 


PAa«w o/iAe Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. J 


D. H. H. 


B.D. 




HD. 


. , 


".D. 


. . 


MJ). * 


Last Quarter - 6 lo .5 Morning. 


I 


4 9-3fi 


9 


aiN.43 


•7 


3 9.^8 


=5 '91 


New 14 a 3 Afternoon. 




ON.46 






18 


7 '36 


s>6 i< 


First Quarter- aa 6 ao Moroing. 


3 


5 56 




19 13 


•9 


II 40 


37 11 




4 


37 


ja 


"« 59 




.3 36 


38 « 




5 


4 38 


13 


13 S" 


21 


18 30 


*, J 


In Apogee - - 1 1 1 1 Afternoon. 


6 


7 50 


14 


10 8 


22 


30 37 


30 f 
Ji 8 


In Perigee - - 27 9 Morning. 


7 


6 


>5 


5 59 


23 


" 33 




8 


I 34 


16 


« 34 


»4 


21 8 




The time* of High WaternregiTenforMeui'nnieotPUM; if GreeiiTiehorH«Uwm7'niitebei««Mfl 






JUI 


WICBW 


.SirorfB 


m. 






aviA.a 


•i<Ii 


m. 


1 


6c 




n..*!!*— 



BRITISH AND IRISH POEXa 















AUGUST, 


1863. 
















; 


DOVER 


SHEEUNESa 


LO^DOS. 




1 


Uosmifa. 


AVTSBKOOH. 




Attkbkook. 


UowtiNo. 


Aeierkoon 




Time. 


Hdelrt. 


Tiiu& 


Bright 


Tim*. 


Height 


Time 


Height. 


Time. 


Heigiit. 


Timp. 


Height 






H. M. 




B. M. 




H. H. 




H. K. 






H. X. 










D. 







— 


>9 


30 


I 3= 


16 11 


I 5^ 


'7 





3 3 


19 


11 


3 33 


ao 2 


,6.5 




o 43 


10 


" 5 


19 10 


3 IC 


17 


3 38 


16 


11 


3 46 


30 


.3 


4 7 


20 3 


I-.5 




1 »9 


19 8 


■ 5' 


■9 4 


3 5S 


16 10 


3 3C 


16 


8 


4 39 


30 


1 


4 ,50 


19 1 


.8-5 


4 


a I, 


19 


3 3,! 


18 5 


3 4 


16 4 


4 3 


i6 





5 " 


•9 


7 


.5 34 


19 3 


19-5 




> J6 


17 10 


3 17 


17 a 


4 33 


■5 7 


4 44 


'5 


I 


5 53 


18 


10 


6 14 


18 . 


io-_5 




3 38 


16 6 


4 


■5 ■■ 


5 ' 


14 8 


5 3S 


'4 


a 


636 


■7 


10 


7 ' 


17 H 


(T 




4 "4 


■5 » 


4 49 


■4 7 


.! 5. 


■3 9 


6 jj 


■3 


4 


736 


16 


10 


7 51 


1-5 . 






5 >9 


14 I 


i 51 


13 10 


«5' 




7 3" 


13 


9 


8 33 


■5 


Ji 


9 J 


'5 E 


^3-5 


S 


« iS 


■3 9 


7 7 


■3 11 


8 la 


13 8 


10 f 


13 


9 


9 40 


■5 


^ 


10 --o 


'5 -1 


24-5 


« 


2*' 


■4 3 


8.3 


.4 8 


9 3a 


13 I I 




■3 




II 


■3 


5 


II 36 


'5 


*5'5 




8 J" 


'i • 


9 16 


'5 <5 


10 44 


13 5 


li IC 


"3 


9 








II 


15 "= 


s6-i; 


a 


9 40 


'i ■; 


10 a 


[6 4 


" 33 


H J 


■■ 55 


14 


4 


38 


16 


J 


I 2 


'6 5 


17-5 


3 


10 aa 


16 8 


10 41 


'7 1 






13 


>4 




J 34 


16 




I 43 


1; 2 


18 -5 


4 


■0 » 


■7 4 


11 17 


■7 8 


33 


14 10 


■> 5 


>5 


1 


a a 


■7 


'j 




'7 S 


• 


i 


■• 34 


.7 10 


" 5- 


18 


I tj 


■5 3 


1 33 


'5 


6 


3 36 


18 


I 


1 5.3 


18 4 


0-9 


e 








8 


18 a 


I 38 


■5 7 


■ 54 


■5 


8 


3 8 


18 


rj 


3 22 


j8 a 


1-9 


J 


o "5 


■ 8 3 


4; 


18 4 


a 8 


■5 9 


3 33 


■5 


9 


3 38 


18 


10 


3 5^ 


18 1 


3-9 


8 


I 


18 4 


1 li 


■8 3 


3 39 




3 54 


15 


9 


4 9 


18 


II 


4 ^.3 


18 I 


3'9 


S 


i 36 


18 a 


' 54 


18 


3 9 


<5 8 


3 3i 


15 


6 


4 41 


18 


io 


4 5'5 


■ 8 8 


4'9 


c 


1 13 


■7 9 


a 33 


'I i 


3 43 


■5 4 


4 a 


15 


a 


5 '4 


18 


6 


5 33 


18 4 


5-9 


I 


> J3 


't ° 


3 '4 


16 6 


4 31 


14 10 


441 


"4 


6 


1 5' 


18 


I 


6 12 


17 y 


6.9 


1 


3 3! 


r6 1 


4 3 


■5 7 


5 4 


14 a 


5 30 


'3 




6 34 


17 


4 


6 59 


17 


J 


3 


4 30 


■5 s 


5 a 


■4 9 


5 .» 


'3 7 


6 33 


13 


4 


7 3.i 


16 


8 


7 58 


16 5 


89 


^ 


i'l 


14 8 


6 16 


■4 9 


7 la 


13 a 


7 5« 


■3 


3 


8 40 


16 




9 "5 


16 I 


9'9 


J 


658 


'5 » 


5j; 


■5 " 


8 41 


•3 .^ 


9 33 


■3 




10 7 


liS 




10 51 


16 J 


iO'9 


« 


8 .9 


16 6 


17 a 


10 3 


14 3 


.038 


•4 


9 


II 31 


16 


'J 







I ('9 


2 


9 22 


f] 10 


948 


18 6 


11 11 


15 3 


" 37 


15 


8 


8 


17 


3 


39 


17 9 


12-9 


1 


10 14 


'9 ' 


10 40 


19 t 


— 


— 


J 


16 


1 


I 6 


18 


4 


I 3,3 


18 10 





9 


■I 5 


19 11 


[1 30 


ao 1 


3,5 


[6 6 


48 


16 


10 


• 56 


■9 


3 


I 19 


.9 8 


149 





u 53 


10 3 


— 


— 


I u 


1? I 


1 34 


■7 


a 


3 43 


ao 





3 3 


20 5 


'5 "9 


■ 


16 


10 3 


39 


ao 


■ 55 


17 3 


3 15 


'7 


' 


3 35 


ao 


i 


3 46 


20 4 


,(;■; 


"SS^""^} 9*- 4'»- 


S'-O" 


9»-7'- 1 


Equation of Time at Noon. \ 




M. ■. 




^ 


0. M. 8. 




«.». 


,,_ 


g^ 




M U 








6 4 


Sub. 




9 5 .S 


Sub. 


■7 


3 


5« 


Sub. 


»5 


2 1 


Sub. 




« 






3 10 




18 


3 


44 




26 


I 4^ 






S 3« 






■ 5 ■ 




19 


3 


31 




27 


I 28 






5 5' 






3 4 53 




30 


3 


17 




28 


I II 






5 4« 






3 4 43 




31 


3 


3 




.9 


53 






5 4= 






4 431 




33 


a 


48 




30 


35 






5 33 






5 4 30 




33 




33 




31 


17 






i »« 






6 4 8 




34 


^ 


•7 











» pTa for Uean Time it Pluei If Dublin or Raflirsj Hme be requiT«d,_fi)r 



62 










TIDE TABLES FOR THE 










_l 


AUGUST, 1863. 1 


S ~ 


--S 


GBEESOCK. 


LIVERPOOL. 




PEMBROKE. ll 


i 


Jii 


























■ 


i^ 


JIOBHWG 




AjTEnSOOK, 


M0EXI.-<O. 


Attebnoox. 


Mo RHINO. 


^■™J 






^;;;;r 


Hfiig 


t_ 


■nmc 


Hslght. 


Time 


UelEht. 


Timu. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


H«^ 




n. at. 


11. H 




















II. u. 




H. H. 




g. 


imai 


4' 


10 


3 


I 10 


10 3 


— 


— 


3 


37 


IC 


7 11 


33 8 


7 3? 


U 


*. 


1 2 15 


! 3^ 


10 


3 


I 5.5 


[O 3 


44 


2/ 10 


I t 


a? 


7 


7 55 


33 4 


8 ,i 


11 


M. 


.3 6 




10 


3 


a 37 


[O 




17 2 


J 4 


26 




8 38 


31 7 


9 <i 


II 


Tu. 


t 3 5A 


^ ,59 


9 





3 it< 


9 8 


2 S 




3 as 


35 


I 


9 21 


ao 4 


9 59 


;i 


W. 


5 4 4.S 


3 37 


9 


6 


3 59 


9 3 


2 46 


^4 3 


3 ic 


33 


5 


9 59 


.8 9 


10 ijj 


Th. 


5 5 3.5 


4 21 


9 





4 44 


8 10 


3 3 


11 


3 5j 


11 




10 40 


'7 3 


ti 3 


16 


F. 


7 e 34 


.5 10 


8 


7 


.5 37 


8 4 


4 24 


JO 9 


4 5J 


'9 


II 


11 3j 


'5 7 


" 55 


■5 1 


8. 


3 7 14 


6 ji 


8 




64; 


a c 


.5 3 


ig 


13 


'9 


3 






28 


14 J 


*' 


8 3 


7 art 


7 


I 


8 6 


S 


^5 


19 4 


7 3e 


'9 


6 




14 8 


■ 54 


'4 


M. 1 


85, 


8 4^ 


8 


J 


9 20 


8 3 


8 H 


'9 1' 


847 




fi 


3 37 


■ 5 3 


3 H 


'5 


Ta.i 


9 39 


9 49 


a 


,5 


to 14 


8 6 


9 ". 




9 3. 


21 


8 


3 4. 


16 3 


4 " 


16 -1 


"W. I 


10 liO 


10 37 


8 


8 


10 59 


8 9 


9 .5- 


23 3 


10 i(! 


22 


10 


4 37 


17 i 


5 ' 


18 


Th.i 


[1 11 


11 19 


8 


I 


11 39 


9 


10 34 


33 3 


10 52 


33 




5 33 


18 6 


5 43 


18 1 


F. I 


■I %A 


i^ ,57 


9 


2 







11 s 


24 1 


II 2C 


34 




6 I 


19 4 


6 18 


'9 


S. I 


093; 


14 


9 


3 


030 


9 5 


II 42 


14 u 


1" 57 


35 


I 


633 


30 


6 43 


10 


*. I 


I 20 


Q 4^ 


9 


6 




9 ^ 


— 


_ 


12 


25 


4 


7 3 


10 5 


7 >!) 


10 


il. 1 


2 ,5 


1 18 


9 


7 


>3.! 


9 7 


28 


»5 .5 


4 


35 


.5 


7 35 


20 5 


7 5° 


10 


Tu.i 


. 48 


J .?" 


9 


7 


2 6 


9 7 


I 


35 ,5 


I lO 


35 


3 


8 6 


10 4 


823 


U) 


W. . 


3 34 


2 2J 


9 


7 


2 40 


9 « 


1 32 


24 ij 


I 45 


24 


7 


8 41 


19 10 


9 


'9 


T11.J 


4 24 


2 .58 


9 


3 


3 I'J 


9 3 


2 7 


24 3 




33 


8 


9 18 


19 1 


9 3« 


It) 


F. J 


5 1^ 


3 34 






3 36 


9 


2 4. 


23 1 


3 7 


22 


6 


9 515 


18 


.0 .8 


'7 


S. » 


6 11 


4 20 


8 





4 4; 


8 9 


3 3 


21 11 


3 59 


21 


3 


10 42 


16 II 


" 7 


t6 


». " 


3 7 10 




8 




J 52 


8 .5 


4 32 


20 9 


5 13 


20 


4 


II 38 


'5 11 





_ 


M. 1 


t 8 10 


rt 3^ 


3 


4 


7 14 


8 4 


.5 5' 


20 4,, 6 44 


20 


8 


° 15 


1^ JO 


57 


15 J 


Tu.2 


9 I' 


7 .57 


8 





8 38 


8 8 


7 ^f 


3. 3 3 7 






I 45 


.6 4 


a 30 


17 t 


W. 2 


5 10 ^ 


9 16 


8 




y 5° 


9 3 


8 4 


33 t' 9 I. 


24 


1 


3 10 


17 u 


3 48 


i3 1 


Th.J 


11 <■ 


10 19 


9 


5 


10 4- 


9 7 


9 3S 


a^i -H ^ 


3i 


JO 


4 19 


19 10 


4 4» 


30 


F. I 


In □ 




9 





<i 37 


10 






10 JC 


37 


1 


5 ij 


31 5 


5 4' 


11 1 


S. i 


p morn 


— 


— 




1 


10 2 


11 J3 


j37 8 


11 37 


37 


11 


6 5 


13 5 


6 28 


21 1 


*• ! 


53 


° 24[io 


3 


47 


10 4 


'1 5S 


28 1 





_ 




6 5° 


13 10 


7 II 


23 M 


JI.p 


I I 44 


1 10|I0 


4 


.3. 


10 3 




,28 


4 


37 


10 


7 31 


31 7 


7 51 


11 


UalfJi™ spring! 


~4«. 10"'- 


igfl. o'"- 


ion. gin. ■ 


PJo.™ o/ «e «o.«. 


Moon's Declination at Xoon. I 


D E. 


M. 


a.n. 


y j!„„ 




/ 


K.D. 


/ 


n-n. 


a >■ 


Last Qunrtcr - 6 jo 


5 Morning. 




4S.36 9' ' 


IN. 


43 


17 


2S.58 


»5 


9SJ]I 


New ----- t4 2 


.3 AfiiTnonn. 




oN,4^. 10 2 






18 


7 2f: 


i"! 




First Quarter - 24 6 


20 Morn in IT. 




.5 .5^' 'I 


9 


35 


19 


1 40 


a? 


I ffjM 


Full ----- iS 8 


55 Afli-nibod. 




3; 12 


6 


59 




5 If) 


28 


6 5jH 








4 3S '3 1 


3 


51 


31 


8 30 


=9 


1 i^H 


In Apofreo - - 1 1 : r 


Afti'rnoou. 




7 50 ■ 14 




8 




37 


30 




III Perigee - - 27 9 


Morning. 




rt| 15 

1 34 iS 


5 


59-^3 
34 3+ 


; i 


31 


J 


The limes of lligbWnterai 


e given for Menn Time nt Place; if Gn-cnwicli 


or Railway Time be mioiiuk tM 




Gss 










1 


LlVERF 


001 o*( 








PlXE 




W»m. 


1 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



61 



AUGUST, 1863. 



liOBTH SHIELDS. 



Moumio. 



2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 



Time. 

4 i8 

5 4 
5 49 

^ 34 

7 i6 

8 5 

9 5 
lo 15 

" 3* 



Height. 
F. I. 

14 3 



3 

4 



8 
9 

J 



8 
15 



8 



JO 

31 



o 
I 
2 I 

2 42 

3 16 

3 47 

4 17 

448 

5 22 

5 55 

6 33 

7 13 

8 6 

9 13 
10 38 

" 59 

37 

1 39 

2 28 

3 13 

3 57 

4 40 



14 

13 

13 
12 

II 

10 

9 

9 

9 
o 

o 

I 
2 

2 



Atteshook. 



LEITH. 



THURSO. 



Time. 
H. K. 

4 41 



I 

8 

I 

2 
2 

2 
7 

7 
8 

2 

8 

5 
o 



5 
6 

6 

7 



Height. 
F. I. 

14 2 



MOBKINO. 



2 9 

2 10 
2 8 



2 

2 
I 
O 

O 

o 
o 

I 

2 

3 



5 
I 

7 
9 

2 
I 
8 
I 
o 
I 



^7 
II 

55 
40 

8 33 

9 37 
10 52 



o 
I 

2 

3 
3 
4 

4 
5 



45 
40 

a3 
o 

3a 
2 

3a 
6 



3 II 

4 4 
4 3 



5 38 

6 14 

6 53 

7 39 

8 38 

9 5^ 
II 19 



I 

2 
2 

3 

4 
5 



9 

5 

51 
34 

18 
I 



13 

13 
12 

II 

10 

9 
9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
10 

10 
10 

II 
12 

13 
14 

14 
14 



III 

5 
8 

8 



§ 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
7 
9 



Time. 

3 13 

58 

44 

28 

12 
o 

59 
8 



Height. 
F. I. 

17 5 



II 

5 
o 

9 
3 
8 

10 

9 

7 

3 
10 

2 
5 
I 
4 

6 
6 
6 
2 

5 
I 



10 25 

11 38 
10 

55 
38 

13 

46 



o 
o 
I 
2 
2 

3 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 



13 

43 
16 

50 
28 

10 

I 

/ 
31 



10 52 



17 

16 
16 

15 

13 

12 
12 

12 
12 
12 

13 
14 

15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
14 
13 

12 
12 

13 



Aftbbhoon. 



Time. 

H. U, 

3 3^ 



or 



[-n^pringj gfl. gin. 



o 
I 

2 
2 

3 



33 

2^ 

II 

54 
35 



14 
16 

17 

17 
17 



3 

9 
I 

I 

II 
II 

2 

I 

5 
8 

5 

3 
o 

6 

9 
10 

8 

5 
o 

4 
7 

II 

9 
3 

10 

2 
I 

7 
5 



Height. 
F. I. 



4 21 

5 5 

5 501 

6 3<5 

7 28 

8 31 

9 47 

II 2 

34 

1 17 
I 

2 
3 



56 
30 



^7 
o 



3 

4 

4 33 

5 8 

5 48 

6 35 

7 33 

8 48 

10 13 

11 30 
o 3 

59 

1 48 

a 33 

3 141 
3 56 



7 4 



7 



4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

3 
3 
4 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
3 
3 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

7 
7 



MOBKINO. 



Time. 

9 ^5 



olio II 

10 56 

11 42 



6 
8 



5 
61 



Height. 
F. 1. 

14 4 



14 

13 
12 



O 

4 



Aftsbkook. 






411 II 



I 

II 
8 

3 
8 

10 

9 

7 

3 

9 
II 

3 

9 

II 

8 

3 
6 

8 
5 

7 
3 



52 

1 50 

3 I 

4 24 

5 40 

6 36 

7 15 

7 48 

8 18 

8 48 



10 10 
9 10 

9 

8 10 

9 I 



9 
10 

II 

12 

12 



9 

9 

7 

3 
8 



oft. Qin< 



9 1612 10 

9 50 
CO 23 

10 59 
[I 40 

O 2 

53 

1 58 

3 a6 

4 53 
<5 5 
<5 57 

7 38 

8 21 

9 3 
9 4<5 



12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
10 

9 

9 

10 



9 

7 
2 

6 

2 

6 

II 
8 
o 



10 II 
12 4 



13 
14 

H 
14 



Time. 

H. H. 

9 48 

10 34 

11 19 



o 
I 

2 

3 



28 
19 

22 

43 



Height. 
F. I. 

14 3 
13 9 

12 II 

I — 

II 4 



2 
IJ 



8 
5 
6 
3 



5 
6 

656 

7 32 

8 3 

8 33 
9 

9 33 
10 6 

10 40 

11 19 



4 
5 



o 

I 

2 

4 
5 



*7 
^3 

40 
12 

3a 



6 34 



7 
7 



18 
59 



8 42 

9 ^5 
10 6 



10 

9 
9 o 

8 II 

9 5 

10 3 

11 2 

11 II 
12 
12 

12 10 
12 8 
12 4 
II 10 



10 
10 

9 

9 
10 

II 

13 

14 
H 



2 

8 

9 
4 
8 

o 



16.5 

17 5 
i8-5 

i9'5 
20-5 

C 

22*5 

^3' 5 

^4*5 

2^5*5 
26*5 

^7*5 
28.5 

o*9 
1*9 

2»9 

3-9 
4-9 

^•^ 
0'9 

]^ 

8*9 

9*9 
io'9 

11*9 

12*9 

O 
14-9 



14 5h5'9 
13 ii|i6*9 



6^' 7 



in. 









Equation of Time at Noon. 








X. 8. 




1C.D. 


M. 8. 




1C.D. 


M. 8. 




1C.D. 


M. 8. 


6 4 


Sub. 


9 


5 18 


Sub. 


17 


3 5^ 


Sub. 


25 


2 I 


6 




10 


5 10 




18 


3 44 




26 


I 45 


556 




II 


5 I 




19 


3 31 




27 


I 28 


5 51 




12 


4 5* 




20 


3 17 




28 


I II 


5 4^ 




13 


4 4a 




21 


3 3 




29 


53 


5 40 




14 


4 31 




22 


2 48 




30 


35 


5 33 




15 


4 20 




23 


a 33 




31 


17 


5 a6 




16 


4 8 




24 


2 17 









Sub. 



of High Waler are giTen fbr Mean Time at Place; if Greenwich or Railway Time be required,— for 
Ifoxm gMraiiW ocUe m. I X<eith a4d 13 m. I Ttobm odd \^m. 



62 












TIDE TABLES FOR THE 












J 


AUGUST, 1863. J 




a 




GREENOCK. 


LIVERrOOL. 


FEUBBOKi: fl 


1 


MonsiNO. 


Aftbrsoox. 


Mqhktkq. 


Afterkoos. 


MoBiriiTa. 


I— ■ 










































Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hdghl. 


Timt. 


Height. 


Time. 


HoiBht. 


Time. 


H.*bl, 


iii,» 










II. M 










II. M 




U. 11 










K, X, 




s. 


I 


im22 


4^ 


10 


2 


I 10 


10 3 





— 


3 


17 


10 


7 J 


33 8 


7* 


■a ^ 


*■ 


1 


2 1.5 


" 33 


10 


3 


I 55 


10 2 


44 


27 10 


I e 


37 


7 


7 55 


13 4 


8i, 


14 fl 


M. 


3 


.3 & 


2 17 


10 


a 


2 37 


10 


I 2- 


27 2 


1 4- 


26 




8 3a 


31 7 


9 c 


^.fl 


Ta. 


4 


3 .5'-- 


2 59 


9 





3 la 


9 8 


2 6 


2j II 


3 35 


25 


I 


9 21 


j; 4 


9» 


VkB 


•w. 


5 


4 45 


3 37 


9 


6 


3 59 


9 3 


2 45 


H 3 


3 ic 


23 


5 


9 59 


,8 9 


10 IS 


fl 


Th. 


6 


5 3S 


4 21 


9 





4 44 


3 10 


3 3a 


23 6 


3 5j 


21 


7 


10 40 


'7 3 


11 9 


if 9 


t. 


J 


6 3^ 


5 '0 


8 




5 37 


8 4 


4 34 


20 9 


4 5. 


'9 


11 


11 25 


'J 7 


"Si 


15 B 


s. 


8 


7 M 


6 11 


8 


2 


647 


3 


5 3^ 


19 


fi 13 


'9 


3 






li 


14 fl 


»■ 


9 


S 3 


7 a'i 


7 




8 6 


8 


^57 


19 4 


7 36 


'9 


d 


1 10 


14 8 


' J+* 


M. 




85. 


8 4'i 


8 


1 


9 20 


8 3 


8 14 


19 11 


8 47 




6 


= 37 


15 3 


3 H'i-1 


Tu. 


11 


9 39 


9 49 


8 


.5 


10 14 


a fi 


9 I. 




9 3, 


21 


8 


3 4. 


16 3 


4 13 16; 


TT. 


12 


10 2fj 


'o 37 


8 


8 


'o 59 


8 9 


9 5/ 


21 3 


10 xC 


22 


10 


4 37 


■7 i 


J ■•>: 


Th, 


'3 


11 II 


1. 19 


8 


1 


'1 39 


9 ° 


'o 34 


^3 3 


10 ^i;! 


23 


9 


5 23 


18 6 


S A3i>> 


P. 


'4 


'1 .54 


" 5/ 


9 


1 




— 


n 9 


24 J 


11 iC 


24 


6 


6 I 


19 4 


6 iSig 


S. 




oaa; 


14 


9 


3 


30 


9 5 


II 42 


34 II 


'I 57 


25 




6 3.? 


30 


6 48 30 


i- 


i6 


I 30 


4i 


9 


6 


1 1 


9 e 


— 


— 


12 


25 




7 3 


30 5 


7 19«J 


M. 


ij 


2 .^ 


I 18 


9 


7 


J 35 


9 7 


23 


25 5 


4 


25 




7 35 


'■> 5 


7 io». 


Tu, 


i8 


2 48 


' 50 


9 




2 6 


9 7 


I 1 


^5 5 


I 1/ 


25 




8 6 


30 4 


8 33 38 


"W. 


»9 


3 34 


S 3[ 


9 


7 


3 40 


9 6 


1 32 


24 11 


I 4(, 


24 




8 41 


19 10 


9 019 . 


Th, 




4 24 


^58 


9 


5 


3 i^ 


9 3 


2 7 


24 3 




23 




9 18 


19 1 


9 36 ■« 


F. 


31 


J ifS 


3 34 


9 




3 5^ 


9 ■= 


2 4, 


^,3 > 


3 7 


21 




9 56 


18 


10 lili! 


S, 


33 


6 12 


4 20 


8 





4 47 


8 9 


3 31 


21 11 


3 59 


21 




■04. 


16 11 


11 ;i6 


i- 


^3 


7 JO 


5 17 


8 




5 52 


8 5 


4 31 


3o 9 


5 ■» 


20 




II 38 


1,! n 


— — 


M, 


f*4 


8 10 


63^ 


8 


4 


7 '4 


8 4 


5 5^ 


20 4.: 6 44 


20 




'5 


i.i 10 


57 '3 • 


T» 


^S 


9 1' 


7 57 


8 


6 


8 38 


8 8 


7 3^ 


ii 38 7 


23 




1 45 


,6 4 


3 301; 


W, 


i6 


10 9 


9 ir, 


8 




9 5° 


9 2 


84 


13 0|i 9 ». 


*4 




3 10 


■7 i> 


3 48 '8 1 


Th, 




II 6 


10 ig 


9 


,5 


10 4; 


9 7 


9 39 


*5 ° 'o 3 


^5 


10 


4 '9 


19 10 


4 48l!0 


F, 




la 




9 





'I 37 




ro 2<' 


I'i "10 lO 


37 




5 "5 


31 5 


5 41 33 


S, 


»9 


morn 


— 






I 


10 3 


11 13 


•/ 8>i 3; 


i7 


11 


6 5 


33 5 


6 3831 A 


», 


30 


53 


34 


10 


3 


47 


10 4 


" 59 


18 j|j — 


- 




6 50 


33 10 


7 '■:" "4 


M, 




1 44 


I 10 


,0 


4 


.3. 


.0 3 


2C 


38 oj] 4 


n 


10 


/ 3' 


33 7 


7 jiio 1 


HairM,,|inSprin 


'1 


4"' lO'"' 


13"- 0'"- 


ion, gl". J 


PA/MM of 


the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 1 


D □, 


«. 


U.D. 


° ' |Imd 




/ 


.,., 


, 


x,i.,| • • 


Last Qunrtcr - 6 lO 


5 Morning, 


1 


48,36] 9 3 


IN. 


43 


■? 


3B,J8 


35l.9S.i9 


New 14 3 


5 jVi'ttTiioon. 




OK.4fi 1 .0 I 






IS 


7 >' 


26116 I< 


First Quarter -M 6 


20 Morni-fT. 


3 


,5 ,/',!" ' 


? 


25 


1 19 


1 40 


n " ■" 


FuU i8 8 


jj Aftiirnoon. 


4 


37.1 '3 1 


6 


59 il ^-° 


5 "'■ 


38 


« ,i9 






5 


4 33;ii3 ■ 


3 


^13. 


8 30 


'9 


■ 39 


In Apogee - - 1 1 1 1 


Aricrnoon, 


6 


7 ,5°: '4 





8 22 


37 


30 


3S,4C 


In Perigee - - 1; 9 


Morning. 


7 = 


6 ; 1,5 

1 34 ll. 


5 


59 23 , 
34 '124 

il 1 


; 'i 


31 


S 38 



The timet of Illgh Water are gWen for Mean Time al Place i if Greenwich or Kailway Time be Te<|u!red,— Sw 
GunocK udil IS m. | i,ivnrooi.aif<II£ m. 1 Pxubmke add to m- . 











BRITISH AND lEISH POSTS. 












69 


AUGUST, 1863. 


*BT0S-6UPER-MARE. 


ilOLTHEAD. 


IISOSTOWN. 




UOKHISO. 


AmwHooN. 


UOBKINO. 


Aftebhoon. 


MuimiNO. 


Afternoon. 


inie. 


ti<i<ht 


Time. Hei«ht. 


Tlmo. 


aeisht. 


Time. 


Heiglil 


'mir 


HeighV 


Time. 1 Hdglit 
























U. M. 1 F. 1. 




55 


39 11 


8 .;39 II 


■■ 7 


■7 1 


11 39 


17 


— 


- 


- 


9;i fl 


16.5 


.38 


3S. 8 


8 5939 3 


II 53 


16 10 


— 




33 


II 


5 


5.3 


11 ^ 


i7"5 


■ 18 


3» 7 


9 3»|37 9 


» '5 


16 8 


= 37 


16 4 


1 18 


11 




I 40 




•8-5 


■56 


3« ; 


" '3P i 




15 't 


I 34 


■5 5 


3 3 


10 


9 


a 35 


(O ( 


•9-5 


• 30 


34 


,0 47I31 a 


I 46 


14 11 


3 9 


'4 5 


3 4^ 


10 




3 9 


9 I 


20"5 


; 


'i 5 


iijo.so 


3 33 


13 11 


3 


13 5 


3 33 


9 


8 


3 58 


9 -1 


J 


57 


33 10 




3 31 


13 It 


4 3 


13 6 


4 39 




I 


.5 J 


8 i( 


33.5 


■ 3' 


17 11 


1 6 


37 6 


4 41 


13 3 


5 30 


13 3 


5 35 


8 


8 


6 9 


8 


»3-5 


48 


'7 4 


2 39 


'I 5 


5 59 


13 3 


6 36 


13 3 


645 


8 


8 


7 21 


8 S 


=4-5 


9 


"' 'i 


3 4» 


38 7 


I " 


13 6 


7 43 


13 9 


7 59 


8 


11 


833 


9 


35-5 


aa 


19 6 


4 5" 


30 4 


S 9 


"3 1 


8 31 


13 5 


9 I 


9 


3 


9 a; 


9 . 


3«-5 


j8 


3' 4 


J'*' 


33 3 


8 53 


'3 9 


9 11 


14 1 


9 51 


9 


8 




9 ^ 


^7-5 


4 


33 1 


6 34 


33 9 


9 39 


"4 5 


9 4^ 


14 8 


10 39 







.0 44 




"8-5 


■ 43 


34 5 


7 ° 


34 >■ 


10 3 


.4 11 


10 18 


15 3 




10 


4 


" '5 


10 


• 


16 


35 


7 3» 


36 


10 33 


■5 4 


10 45 


15 


II 30 


10 


8 


11 44 


10 


°'9 


47 


3« 3 


8 3 


36 5 


" 59 


'5 7 


II 14 


■5 7 


13 


10 


8 





— 


1.9 
'■9 
3"9 


J8 


36 6 


8 33 


3« 6 


11 3= 


15 7 


II 47 


15 ' 


17 


to 


8 


34 


10 


4» 


3<i 3 


9 3 


5« 3 






4 


■5 5 


50 


10 


8 


' 7 


10 


ao 


3j 9 


9 37 


35 1 


31 


'5 4 


41 


15 I 


1 34 


10 


5 


1 43 


10 i| 


4'9 


H 


34 6 


ro 9 


33 8 


I I 


14 10 


1 32 


14 7 


3 3 


10 






10 c 


5"9 


afiji 9 


1046 


31 •<• 


I 43 


•4 3 


3 8 


'3 11 


a 43 


9 


10 


3 7 


9 


6-9 


£»3o 10 


11 37i3<. 


3 34 


13 6 


3 4 


13 3 


3 33 


9 


5 


4 3 


9 . 


J 


— — 


I2|39 4 


3 39 


13 II 


4 31 


13 9 


4 37 


9 


1 


-^ "6 


8 1 


8.9 


51 39 1 


■ 35 


39 4 


^ * 


13 10 


S 47 


13 


5 55 


8 


ij 


634 


9 


9'9 


19:30 


3 3 


3. 


6 36 


■3 4 


7 4 


13 9 


7 13 


9 


4 


7 5' 


9 


io"9 


453a 3 


,30 


'I t 


7 37 


14 3 


8 9 


14 10 


8 38 


9 




9 3 




■1*9 





iS 3 


5 "9 


36 8 


8 35 


15 5 


8 58 


■ ; 11 


9 33 




6 


9 5; 


10 i« 


13-9 


56 


37 10 


6 33 


38 si 


9 31 


■6 5 


9 44 


,6 9 


10 19 


11 


I 


!□ 41 


u ^ 





47 


39 6 


7 «> 


39 '■ 


10 6 


.7 = 




17 3 


11 3 


11 


7 


11 24 


11 t 


149 


33 


+0 4 


2'^*' 


40 3 


10 47 


.7 3 


II 6;i7 3 


11 46 


II 


8 


— 


— 


^5'9 


14[39 " 


8 34 


39 4 


11 36 


.7 


11 47li<i 9 


8 


" 


7 


30 


" 5 


16.9 


:^'-^} 


Ign. yi.. 


8"- 0'"- 


5»- 6'"- 1 


Eguatien oj Time at Noon. | 


1. ■. 






X. D. 


M. S. 




11.0. 


>f. 1. 




M D 






4 


Su 




9 


5 18 


Sub. 


17 


3 5' 


Sub. 


a5 


a i 


Sub. 











5 '° 




18 


3 44 




36 


1 4.3 




Jfi 






II 


5 I 




19 


3 31 




27 


I 38 




J' 








4 53 






3 17 




38 






♦« 






'3 


4 43 




31 


3 3 




39 


.33 




+» 






'4 


4 3* 




33 


3 48 




30 


3.3 




53 






« 






33 


3 33 




3' 






a6 






ifi 


4 8 




»4 


3 17 











r Iligh Wilw «« giTM for Mem Time M Place i if Grewiwich or Rwlway Time be reqnir»d,--for 
r.«rrXMUU ■*! U m. i Hoi,Ta»Ai> «W is m. t KwwiomiwMrartlm.teUuWto'Bii*. 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 


a 


3 ,« 


BREST. 


DETOBPOET. 




POBTSMOUTH. 


i 


i li 














1 






1 


J 


i 


§ "H 


MORSIHO. 


ArrERXooH. 


Mosmia. 


AVTEkHOOK. 1 


UoBima. 


AvTEUMlJ 




Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


Tlnie. 


Bright. 


Ttae. 


HBighti 


Ttae. 


Hetght 


'nma. 


B#< 




II. M. 






B. M. 


r. 1 




y. 1. 


H. )t. 




1. 


B. M. 




H. M. 




Tu. 


1 3m,}5 


5 43 


19 9 


6 3 


19 3 


7 43 


■S 9 


8 




8 


I 34 


13 3 


I 44 


3 


W. 


a 3 ^6 


6 ao 


18 6 


6 39 


17 9 


3 18 


'S ' 


8 36 




9 


3 3 


13 9 




13 


Th. 


3 4 17 


6 J9 


16 9 


7 ao 


15 " 


853 


14 3 


9 9 






3 40 


13 


3 


11 


F. 


4 5 J 


7 43 


15 


8 8 


14 I 


9 aS 


13 4 


9 47 




8 


3 ao 


11 3 


3 40 


10 1 


S. 


S .1 57 


9 55 


13 4 


9 8 


13 10 


9 


" J 


10 35 




7 


4 5 


10 5 


4 3» 


10 


»■ 


6 647 


9 48 


13 6 


10 31 


12 5 


II 3 


II 8i 


11 43 







^ 3 


9 8 


5 4> 


9 


M. 


7 7 .55 


II 16 


la 6 


" 57 


13 10 






35 




7 


6 31 


9 4 


LJ 


9 


Tu 


8 8 22 


— 


— 


35 


13 3 


J 7 


II 3 


' H 




3 


7 44 


9 7 


9- 


W. 


9 9 7 


I 8 


13 11 


I 33 


14 fi 


a 35 




3 58 






859 


10 3 


9 35 




Th. 


° 9 .V 


• i4 


'■1 1 


a J,3 


16 


3 ^9 


la 9 


3 54 




10 


9 48 




.0 8 


11 


F, 


1 10 3_^ 


a 3» 


16 8 


a 48 


17 3 


4 ifi 


13 6 


4 37 




fi 


10 37 


II 7 


10 43 


II 


S. 


3.1 18 


3 4 


17 10 


3 30 


18 . 


456 


14 a 


5 '4 




I 






II i(S 


13 


» 


3 oai 


336 


r8 7 


3 51 


18 10 


P' 


14 5 


548 




5 


II 3» 


'* 5 


II 48 


13 


M. 


4 o4fi 


4 8 


19 


4 35 


19 1 


i 5 


>5 2 


6 33 




? 


— • 


— 


4 


13 


Tu 


.'i I 33 


4 41 


19 3 


4 57 


19 1 


6 40 


IS 4 


655 




3 


33 


la 8 


39 


I» 


W. 


6 a 21 


5 14 


18 11 


5 31 


18 9 


7 9 


•S ' 


7 ^5 




I 


° 57 


la 7 


1 *3 


19 


■rii 


7 3 13 


5 49 


18 5 


6 6 


18 I 


7 « 


14 11 


8 




8 


I 33 


" 5 


I 49 


11 


p. 


8 4 7 


6 36 


17 7 


6 46 


16 11 


8 18 


■ 4 6 


837 




1 


a 7 


13 a 


3 ^ 


IS 


fi. 


9 5 4 


7 JO 


16 3 


7 37 


15 6 


8 j« 


,4 


9 30 




5 


» 47 


II 8 


3 " 


11 


* 


063 


8 6 


14 10 


8 39 


14 4 


9 4j 


.3 S 


10 10 




8 


3 35 


II I 


4 3 


10 


M. 


I 7 


9 i8 


14 1 


10 3 


14 I 


.0 46 


13 II 


11 34 




3 


4 35 


10 6 


5 " 


10 


Tu. 


> 7 57 


10 5t 


14 3 


I. 36 


14 S 


— 





9 




IC 


5 55 


10 2 


(5 4a 


10, 


W. 


3 8 j3 




— 


17 


>5 4 


S 


la 5 


I 43 




7 


7 ^3 


10 7 


8 5 


10 


Th. 


4 9 47 


° 5' 


16 3 


1 33 


17 1 


a a.^ 


13 4 


3 




6 


843 


" 5 


9 M 


II 


F. 


5 10 39 


I 49 


17 II 


3 13 


ao ? 


3 3" 


H 3 


4 






9 43 


13 3 


10 7 


I» 


S. 


611 3? 


1 33 


19 6 


» 55 




4» 


'5 1 


4 51 




1 


to 39 


13 11 


10 51 


IS 


» 


7 mom 


3 if> 


30 5 


3 36 


30 < 


j; << 


'5 1'' 


5 3fi 




5 


II 13 


13 3 


" 33 


13 


M. 


9 32 


3 58 


30 6 


4 19 


30 3 


Si 


16 I 


619 




5 


" 54 


13 4 






Tu 


9 I '4 


438 


ao 3 


4 57 


19 10 


6 3 


16 I 


65. 




11 


16 


13 3 


37 


IJ 


W. 


3 J 


5 16 


19 4 


5 34 


18 9 


7 ' 


15 8 


7 3° 


15 


4 


° 57 


13 


1 iC 


Ik' 


— HM,»»j8p*»j 9». gu. 


7°- 9^ 


6«- 4'-- 1 


PA(Me« o/(Ae Moon. 




D. B. u. 


1I.D. 


/ 


ILB. 





' 


ILD. 


a » 


KJ> 


4 


Last Quarter- 5^9 Morning, 


I 


3N- I 


9 


4» 


40 


\l 


78.40 


»5 


3< 


New - — - ' '3 44* Morning. 


a 


6 35 


10 


I 


9 


9 59 


36 


IK, 


First Qaarter- ao i 33 Afternoon. 


3 


9 14 




7 


8 


19 




J§ 


fi 


Full 37 6 3 Morning. 


4 


° 38 


13 


3 


47 


ao 


II g 


II 




5 




13 


I 8 


44 


31 


9 4<5 


ag 


■1 


In Apogee - - 811 Morniog. 


6 


I 5 


H 


6 


'S 


33 


7 fl 


30 


In Perigee - - 14 8 Morning. 


i 


9 45 


■5 





33 


33 


3 35 








7 35 


16 


4 


37 


.4 


8 53 






■rhet 


iBMOfU 


ghWu 


*rareg 


Tenfoi 


Mean'] 


Hmea 


Place, 


f Green 


iricb 




HaUwa 


rThnT 


b«»ni 


1-4. 



BBITISH AND IRISH POQTS. 



65 



AUGUST, 1863. 



a 

o 



a 

3 

4 
.1 

7 
8 



GALWAY. 



Ifosxuro. 



Time. 

ff. X. 

5.35 

6 21 

7 5 
7 491 
834 

9 22 
10 2J 

" 35 



Heigfat. 
|f. I. 



8 

9 

o 

I 

'2 

3 
4 



i 



o 

I 
2 

3 
3 
4 

4 



15 
30 
26 

13 

5' 

26 

56 



o 

3* 

Si 



5 
6 

6 

7 

7 47 

8 32 

9 26 
10 36 

43 

1 55 
a 55 

3 43 

4 ^91 



o| 5 13. 
5 5^1 



5 

5 

4 

3 
I 

o 

o 



9 

i 

3 
o 

9 

8 



Attkrhoon. 



QUEENSTOWN. 



Time. 



o 4 

8 

1 5 

2 I 

2 10 

3 <5 

4 I 

4 4 

4 5 

4 3 

3 II 

3 3 

^ 5 
I 6 



1 7 

2 8 

3 II 
5 o 

5 10 

6 3 
6 o 



5 

6 

7 
8 



58 

43 
27 

II 



Height. 
F. I. 



857 

9 50 
10 57 



o 

2 
2 

3 

4 
4 
5 



53 
J 

50 
33 

9 

41 
II 



5 43 

6 16 

6 49 

7 ^7 

8 8 

8 58 
958 



II 
o 
I 
2 

3 
4 

4 

5 
6 



19 

3 
22 

a? 

^91 

7 

51 

35 
17 



5 

4 

3 
2 

I 

o 



7 

9 
8 

4 



MORHINQ. 



5 

1 o 

1 9 

2 6 

3 a 

3 10 

4 3 

4 5 

4 4j 

4 I 

3 7 

2 II 

I II 

I 3 



I 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 
5 



o 

3 
I 

4 
6 

5 
I 

2 
8 



ilfltonSpfinK'^ ^^ Rln. 



Time. 

H. M. 

6 2 

6 47 

7 30 

8 II 

849 

9 32 

10 22 

11 3^ 

12 

1 33 

2 41 

3 31 

4 13 

4 49 

5 aa 

5 54 

6 26 

6 58 

7 32 

8 8 

8 46 

9 34 
10 36 

(2 o 

o 43 

2 6 

3 13 

4 5 

4 54 

5 40 

6 22 



Heigbt. 
F. I. 

12 7 



12 
12 
II 
10 

9 
9 

8 

8 
8 

9 

9 

10 

10 
II 

II 
II 
II 
II 
10 
10 

9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

12 

12 
12 



5 
o 

5 

7 
10 

I 

9 

8 
II 

4 
II 

5 
II 

3 

5 
6 

5 
2 

9 

3 
8 

4 

4 
6 

3 
I 

II 

6 

8 

7 



Aftbritook. 



Time. 

6 35 



7 

7 
8 

9 

9 
10 



9 
51 

10 

55 
56 



Height. 
F. I. 



52 

2 10 

3 6 

3 53 

4 3a 

5 6 

5 38 

6 10 

6 42 

7 14 

7 51 

8 27 

9 10 

10 I 

11 17 

1 27 

2 42 

3 39 

4 30 

5 18 

6 2 
^ 43 



12 

12 
II 
II 
10 

9 
8 

8 

9 

9 
o 

o 

I 

1 

I 
I 
I 
I 
o 

9 
9 



WATEBFORD. 



3 

9 

o 

3 

5 
10 



7 
2 

8 



4 

6 
6 

4 
o 

6 

II 



9 3 



9 

10 

II 
12 
12 

12 
12 



10 
8 
6 

3 

7 

8 

4 



511. IQiu. 



M.OKS1SQ, 


Time. 


Height. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


6 23 


13 


3 


7 9 


13 


2 


7 50 


12 


II 


8 30 


12 


5 


9 7 


II 


7 


9 46 


10 


10 


10 44 


10 





II 50 


9 


6 


26 


9 


5 


I 42 


9 


8 


2 52 


10 


3 


3 47 


10 


8 


4 33 


II 


2 


5 13 


II 


7 


5 44 


II 


II 


6 14 


12 


I 


6 48 


12 


2 


7 19 


12 


2 


7 53 


12 


I 


8 27 


II 


9 


9 4 


II 


3 


9 50 


10 


8 


10 58 


10 


2 


54 


10 


3 


2 16 


II 





3 39 


II 


II 


4 26 


12 


8 


5 16 


'3 


I 


6 


13 


4 


6 43 


13 


3 



Aftesnoon. 



Time. 

H. X. 

6 46 

7 30 

8 II 

8 48 

9 35 

10 13 

11 17 



Height. 

F. I. 

13 3 



si 



1 

2 

3 
4 
4 
5 
5 

6 

7 

7 
8 



3 

19 

20 

II 

54 
29 

58 



31 

4 

35 
10 

845 

9 34 

10 21 

11 36 

15 

1 35 

2 57 

3 57 



4 
5 

6 

7 



13 
12 

12 

II 

10 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

II 

12 

12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
II 
10 

10 
10 
10 
II 
12 
12 

13 

13 

4|i3 



S3 
38 

22 



8 
o 

3 

.S 
8 



5 

i8-5 

19*5 
20-5 

([ 
22 '5 

^3*5 

624-5 

^5' 5 
26»5 

37-5 
28^5 



II 

5 
II 

5 

9 

o 



2j 

3 

2 

II 
6 
o 

5 

o 
o 

7 
6 

4 
II 

3 



4 
I 



D. 

16.5 



!?• 



o«9 
1-9 

2*9 

3'9 

4'9 

5-9 
6*9 

J 

8-9 

9*9 
io»9 

ii»9 

I2»9 

O 
14-9 

15*9 
i6'9 



gft. 2*0. 



Equation of Time at Noon, 






X.I>i 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


• 

X. 8. 




X. D. 


X. 8. 


Sab. 


9 


5 18 


Sub. 


% 


3 5^ 


Sub. 


35 


2 1 




10 


5 10 




3 44 




26 


I 45 




II 


5 I 




19 


3 31 




27 


I 28 




12 


4 53 




20 


3 17 




28 


I II 




13 


4 4a 




21 


3 3 




29 


53 




14 


4 31 




22 


2 48 




30 


35 




15 


4 20 




n 


a 33 




31 


17 




16 


4 8 




H 


2 17 









Sub. 






gifnibr Men Time at Place; if Dablinor 
I Qmnffowv add 8 m. | 



Time be required,'— for 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 




1 


.-E:- 


BBEST. 


DEVONPOBT. 




POBTSMOUTH. 


i 


1 


l| 










MOBNISO. 


ArTEBSOOH. 


UoBHiiro. 


AVTE&ICOOH. 


Mo&nNa. 


Ajtsu 








Timp. 


Helebt. 


IHme. 


Hdeht 


Time. 


HolBbt. 


Time 


Height] 


TiniB. 


Hright. 


Tina. 








B. M, 


B. H. 










F. I. 












O. It. 




Tu. 


1 


2m35 


5 43 


19 9 


6 2 


19 3 


7 43 


15 9 


8 


■5 


8 


I 34 


13 3 


1 44 




W. 


a 


3 26 


6 20 


18 6 


639 


■7 9 


8 18 


15 3 


8 36 


'4 


S 


a a 


la 9 






Th. 


3 


4 17 


« 59 


16 9 


7 20 


15 II 


852 


14 3 


9 9 


13 




a 40 


13 


3 




F. 


4 


S J 


7 42 


15 


8 8 


14 1 


9 28 


13 4 


9 47 


la 


8 


3 30 


11 3 


3 40 


i> 


S. 


5 


5 J7 


8 35 


13 4 


9 8 


12 10 


10 9 


i» 5 


10 35 


11 


7 


4 5 


" 5 


4 31 


I' 


*■ 


t 


«4; 


9 48 


13 6 


10 31 


" 5 


II 2 


II 8 


11 4a 


11 





5 ■ 


9 8 


5 4' 




M. 


I 


7 35 


II 16 


12 6 


" 57 







— 


25 


II 


7 




9 4 


7 5 




Tu 


8 


8 23 


— 


— 


35 


13 3 


I 7 


11 3 


" 47 


la 


3 


7 44 


9 7 


834 




W. 


9 


9 7 


I 8 


13 11 


1 33 


14 6 


J 25 


11 10 


a 58 


■3 


J 


359 


10 3 


9 45 




Th. 




9 51 


1 54 


15 3 


2 13 


16 


3 29 


la 9 


3 54 


'3 


10 


9 48 




10 d 




F. 


[I 


10 35 


2 32 


i« 8 


248 


17 3 


4 16 


13 6 


4 37 


14 


fi 


37 


11 7 


10 43 




S. 


la 


ri 18 


3 4 


17 10 


3 20 


18 1 


4 5« 


14 3 


5 H 


'5 


I 






II 16 




A- 


'3 


oa2 


3 3» 


.8 7 


3 5* 


18 10 


5 31 


H 9 


548 


15 


5 


I 3a 


" J 


II 48 




M. 


14 


046 


4 8 


19 


4 "5 


19 I 


i ^ 


'5 3 


6 aa 


■5 


7 


— 




4 




Tu. 


IJ 


■ 33 


4 4' 


19 2 


4 57 


19 I 


640 


15 4 


6 55 


15 


5 


32 


la 8 


39 




W. 


16 


2 21 


5 H 


18 II 


5 31 


18 9 


7 9 


15 2 


7 ^5 


15 


I 


57 


la 7 


I '3 




Th, 




3 13 


5 49 


'8 5 


6 6 


18 I 


7 43 


14 11 


6 


'4 


a 


1 32 


la 5 


I 49 




F. 


18 


4 7 


fi 26 


"7 7 


6 46 


16 II 


8 18 


14 61 8 37 


•4 


1 


a 7 




3 28 




S. 


19 


5 4 


7 '•> 


16 3 


7 37 


15 « 


8 J6 


,4 


9 ao 


»3 


5 


a 47 


II 8 


3 10 




£■ 


.0 


6 2 


8 6 


14 10 


8 39 


14 4 


9 45 


13 J 


10 10 


la 


s 


3 35 


II I 


4 3 




M. 


^1 


7 ° 


9 iB 


14 1 


10 3 


14 I 


10 46 


la II 


II a4 


la 


a 


4 35 


10 6 


5 " 




Tu. 


la 


7 57 


10 51 


14 3 


.. 3« 


14 9 


— 


— 


9 


la 


10 


5 55 


10 a 


64c 




W. 


»3 


853 


— 


— 


17 


15 4 


5 


la 5 


I 43 


13 


7 


7 ^3 


10 7 


8 5 




Th 


24 


9 47 


° 5' 


i« 3 




17 I 


2 3_ 


13 4 


3 


H 


6 


843 


11 5 


9 M 




P. 


23 


■o 39 


I 49 


17 " 


2 12 




3 3~ 


14 3 


4 


15 


5 


9 43 


la 3 


10 7 




S. 


a6 


II 31 


2 33 


.9 6 


= 55 


Jo ? 


4 »' 


15 1 


4 52 


16 




10 35 




10 5 




A. 


i; 


morn. 


3 16 


»" : 


3 36 


20 6 


5 "4 


'5 10 


536 


16 


5 


II 13 


13 3 


II 33 




M. 


28 


22 


3 58 




4 19 


20 5 


5 5 


16 I 


6 ]Q 


16 


5 


II 54 


'3 4 






Tu 


^9 


I 14 


4 38 


20 2 


4 57 


19 10 


63 


16 I 


655 


15 




iC 


13 3 


3 




W. 


30 


» 5 


5 ><• 


19 4 


5 34 


18 9 


7 I 


15 8 


7 30 


15 


4 


57 


13 


I it 




— H.^M».^ex^J gn. 6>n. 


71.. gto. - 


fift. 4n. 


P^fUM of the Moan. 


Moorii Declination at Noon. 


D. H. M. 


M.O. 


I 


KD. 






1U>. 


° .< 


\^. 




Last Quarter - 5 1 9 Morning. 


1 


3N. I 


9 


4M 


40 


'^ 


73.40 


U5 




Hew 13 4 43 Monimg. 


a 


6 35 


10 


1 


9 


18 


9 59 


36 


1 


First Qnarter- ao i 33 Afternoon. 


3 


9 14 


II 


7 


8 


'9 


il 13 


37 


( 


Full -----37 6 2 Moming. 


4 


° ^l 


la 


a 


47 


30 


11 9 


38 


] 




5 


1 18 


13 


IB 


44 


31 


9 46 


39 




In Apogee - - 8 ir Morning. 


6 


I S 


14 


6 


'5 


33 


7 8 


30 


i 


In Perigee - - 34 8 Morning. 


7 


9 45 


'^ 





33 


33 


3 15 








8 


7 35 


16 


4 


37 


1 


8 53 







Th e tboM €f Hi^ Wmtar are glTCD Ibi Mean Time It place I If Ornnwioli or BaitvaT Hme be iMofa 











BBinSH A19D miSH PORTS. 












67 


SEPTEMBER, 1863. 


DOVEa 


8HEEHHES8. 


LONDON. 


'1 


Ubuura. 


A„™».. 


MoBKijia, 


AjTEENOOR. 


MosHwa. 


Areueioon. 


mt. leeteht. 


Tune. 


He«ht. 


Time. 


BdieM 


Time. 


Hdstat 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Bdght 




M.f F. I. 


a. M. 




n. ». 




B. H. 






t. 




K. H. 






"9 9 


I aa 


'9 5 


a 35 


l« I. 


» 54 


.6 9 


4 6 


ao 


a 


4 ^5 


10 


T' 


4Jip o 


3 1 


18 6 


3 la 


■« 5 


3 31 


16 1 


4 44 


'^ 


8 


5 4 


19 4 


i8-9 


'"2 ^2 


2 41 


■7 a 


3 5» 


'5 s 


4 9 


«.5 2 


5 ^3 


18 


10 


5 43 


18 j 


19-9 


ilitf 6 


3 ai 


15 9 


4 30 


14 8 


4 50 


14 a 


6 a 


'7 




6 33 


"7 4 


30'9 


1(3 


'5 « 


4 10 


H 5 


5 14 


'3 8 


5 43 


13 3 


647 


16 


9 


7 13 


■6 3 


I 


o 


13 JO 


5 '4 


>3 5 


6 11 


13 10 


647 


12 fi 


7 43 


'5 


10 


8 17 


'5 5 


33-9 


I 


'3 3 


a 3- 


13 i 


I I 


13 4 


8 13 


12 4 


10 ai 


15 


a 


9 39 


15 = 


33 '9 


3 


•3 9 


7 5; 


14 3 


13 6 


9 3S 


13 10 




•5 


I 


II 3 


li 3 


34.9 


t- 


14 9 


8 48 


'.; ^ 




13 3 


10 44 


13 6 


11 39 


'5 


6 


— 


— 


•5-9 


1 


>5 9 


9 31 


,6 3 


■■ 7 


■3 9 


11 a8 


14 3 


a 11 


I.? 


10 


34 


i6 3 


36-9 


[ 


.6 p 


ro 9 


17 a 


.. 4« 


14 7 


— 


— 


55 


16 


8 


I ij 


17 I 


T' 


' 


•7 7 


10 44 


17 11 


4 


14 II 


ao 


15 a 


I 34 


f? 


6 


I 51 


17 IC 


38-9 


i 


18 3 


II ao 


tS 8 


37 


15 6 


53 


^5 9 


a 8 


18 


2 


a 33 


18 6 


• 




.8 7 


II 55 


I 9 


15 II 


I 34 


16 1 


2 38 


18 


9 


3 5a 


19 c 


1-3 






13 


■ 8 9 


1 40 


16 a 


I 56 


16 -3 


3 9 


"9 




3 25 


19 3 


3-3 


1 


18 9 


30 


18 8 


a la 


i6 3 


3 38 


16 1 


3 42 


19 


3 


3 J7 


'9 3 


3-3 


? 


iS 6 




IS 4 


3 44 


16 


3 I 


15 10 


4 14 




a 


4 31 


tp c 


4'3 


7 


18 X 


3 8 


'7 9 


3 iS 


'5 8 


3 36 


'5 5 


448 


iS 


10 


5 8 


.8 7 


5*3 


9 


X7 3 


» 51 


16 9 


3 56 


>5 « 


4 17 


14 9 


5^8 


18 


4 


5 JO 


18 c 


6-3 


6 


■ 6 3! 


3 44 


IJ 8 


4 40 


14 4 


5 7 


14 


6 13 


^7 


6 


639 


17 


> 


4 


h-i » 


448 


14 10 


5 39 


.3 8 


« "5 


13 4 


7 7 


16 


9 


7 44 


i6 


8-3 


,jU4 8 


6 7 


14 9 


f " 


13 a 


7 45 


13 3 


8 a; 


16 




9 13 

10 40 


^^ > 


9-3 


19>5 3 


7 3' 


'5 " 


8 33 


■3 5 


9 14 


13 9 


9 J7 


16 




16 ( 


10-3 


^i6 J^ 


837 


17 3 


9 54 


14 4 


10 a6 


14 9 




16 


10 


II 56 


17 . 


ii'3 




9 31 


18 6 


1056 


'i ' 


II 33 


'i 8 


— 


- 


- 


34 


17 IC 


13-3 


55\«9 ° 


10 19 


'9 5 


11 44 


16 I 


— 


— 


50 


18 


4 


1 13 


18 IC 


13 '3 


♦> >9 8 


.. S 


19 9 


6 


16 6 


38 


■ 6 9 


136 


19 


3 


« 57 


19 





17119 10 


■■♦9 


19 9 


49 


16 II 


I 9 


i; 


a 19 


'9 


10 


3 39 


lO c 


K>'3 




11 


■9 7 


I 30 


16 11 


I 50 


16 10 


3 






3 19 




,6-3 


3»1'9 4 


° 53 


19 


3 9 


16 8 


a 38 


16 6 


3 39 


19 


'^ 


3.58 


■ 9 6 


17-3 


mBpriKsJ git. 4"'. 


gft. Qtn. 


gn. yin. | 


Equation of Time at Noon. 


L a. 




H.ft 


It. 8. 




11.D. 


.. ^\ 


V.11. 


M. B. 




1 3 


Ad< 


U 9 


a 39 


Add. 


17 


5 3« 


Add. 


35 


8 14 


Add. 


1 SI 




10 


3 




18 


5 47 




ae 


834 




> 40 




ir 


3 ao 




19 


6 8 




37 


855 




■ 59 




la 


3 41 






6 39 




aS 


9 15 




r .9 




•3 


4 a 




ai 


650 




»9 


9 3J 




r 39 




•4 


4 '3 




33 


7 " 




30 


9 54 




' 59 




'J 


4 44 




33 


7 3a 










■ "9 




16 


5 5 




34 


7 53 














TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 



W. : 

Th." 



w. 

Th.i 

F. 



6 47 

7 35 



8 53 

9 47 



^4815 



8 ap: 



I 39 

3 42 

4 ip 

5 9 
546 

6 i8 

7 »3 
758 
834 
9 13 
9 57 



3 3a 

4 30 

5 « 

6 4 
645 

7 14 



EftirUcaA Spring') 



IQn. gin. 



JKose* o/* (Ac Moon. 



Moon's Declination at I^oon, 



D. H. u. 
Lut Quarter -519 Morning. 
New - - ... 13 4 41 Morning. 
First Quarter - ao i 33 Aftomoon. 

Full --.--37 6 3 Morning. 



1 In Apogee - - 811 

In Perigee - - 24 8 



Morning. 
' Morning. 






lUOwai'TlsHbanvi 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 


KOBTH SHIELDS. 


T-FJXa 


THUB30. « g* 

^0 




















Koxxuro. 


AlTXBHOON. 


MOBNINO. 


Aftbrnoon. 


MORNDfO. 


Aftebnoon. 




nmo. lueight. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time 


Hoight. 


Time. 


Iloight. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




C M. / F*. I. 


U. M. 


P. 


I. 


H. 11. 


F. I. 


H. H. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


P. 


I. 


H. u. 


F. I. 


D. 


; 2 11 1 3 9 


5 41 


13 


5 


4 16 


16 II 


4 3<^ 


16 7 


10 26 


13 


6 


10 47 
[I 2G 


13 


17.9 


• W3 i 


6 ai 


12 


8 


4 55 


16 2 


5 15 


15 8 


II 7 


12 


6 


II II 


18-9 


4jfja 3 


7 a 


II 


8 


5 36 


^5 a 


5 59 


14 6 


II 50 


II 


4 


— 


— 


19.9 


241 iJ 2 


7 50 


10 


7 


6 21 


13 II 


^ 45 


13 4 


12 


10 


9 


37 


10 2 


20*9 


20I10 


851 


9 


7 


7 15 


12 9 


7 45 


12 3 


I 6 


9 


8 


I 36 


9 3 


(T 


50/ P 3 


10 13 


9 


I 


8 22 


II II 


9 5 


II 8 


2 14 


8 


10 


2 58 


^ 7 


22*9 


53/ p a II 34 


9 


3 


9 47 


II 8 


10 27 


II 9 


3 44 


8 


6 


4 27 


8 7 


23-9 


. 1 II 


9 


6 


II 4 


12 


II 38 


12 4 


^ -5 


8 


8 


5 40 


9 


24-9 


^5/ P ^^1 ' ^5 


10 


2 


— 


— 


9 


12 9 


6 II 


9 


5 


6 33 


9 II 


25 '9 


/1 10 ^1 I 56 


10 


11 


31 


13 2 


50 


13 8 


651 


10 


6 


7 6 


II 


26*9 


4J1 ji 3] ^ 3^ 


II 


9 


I 9 


14 2 


I 27 


14 8 


7 21 


II 


6 


7 35 


12 


27-9 


TJia ill 3 a 


12 


5 


I 43 


15 I 


I 59 


15 5 


7 49 


12 


5 


8 4 


12 9 


28-9 


^lia 83 3a 


12 


II 


a 15 


15 9 


2 31 


16 


8 19 


13 





8 33 


13 2 


• 


3(13 J 4 3 


13 


3 


a 45 


16 2 


3 


16 3 8 48 


13 


3 


9 4 


13 3 


1-3 


J 13 3 4 37 


13 


3 


3 16 


16 4 


3 32 


16 3 


9 21 


13 


3 


9 38 


13 2 


2*3 


^iJ J 5 " 


12 


II 


3 48 


16 2 


4 5 


16 


9 55 


13 





10 14 


12 10 


3'3 


)ia p 


s 48 


12 


7 


4 a3 


15 10 


4 43 


15 7 


10 34 


12 


6 


10 ^3 


12 3 


4V3 


la 5 


<5 27 


12 


T 


5 2 


15 4 


5 23 


15 I 


" 15 


II 


10 


II 37 


" 5 


S'3 


n p 


7 M 


II 


4 


5 45 


14 8 


6 II 


14 2 


— — 


"- 


" 


2 


II 


6-3 


10 1 1 


8 17 


10 


5 


6 38 


13 8 


7 12 


13 3 


30 


10 


7 


I 3 


10 2 


D 


10 a 


9 40 


10 





7 50 


12 II 


8 32 


12 9 


I 41 


9 


11 


2 24 


9 8 


8-3 


10 I : 


K I 10 


10 


4 9 20 


r"2 9 


10 4 


12 II 


3 15 


9 


8 


4 3 


9 9 


9'3 


10 p 







- 


10 44 


13 4 


II 20 


13 9 


4 45 


10 





5 22 


^<^ 5 


10-3 


IX a 


57 


II 


7 


II 52 


14 3 


— 


— 


5 53 


EI 





6 20 II 81 


ii'3 


;ii2t I ^5^ 


12 


(5 


19 14 II 


44 


15 6 


6 43 


12 


4i 7 3 


13 


12-3 


J13 a 33 


13 


6 


Jt 7 


16 I 


I 29 


16 7 


7 21 : 


f3 


6 


7 40 


14 


i3'3 


3I13 ^^ 3 13 


'4 





I 5' 


17 


2 12 


17 3 


8 oj 


f4 


3 


? '§ 


14 4 





31*4- ^ 


3 53 J 


H 


2 


2 31 


17 4 


2 50 


17 4 


8 381 


14 


3 


858 


14 2 


^5 '3 


4*^4^ ^ 


4 34 


t3 


10 


3 10 


17 2 


3 30 


16 II 


9 19 ^ 


^3 


II 


9 39 


13 7 J 


i6'3 


;4li3 ^ 


5 H^ 


13 


2 


3 49 

• 


16 7 


4 8 


16 3 


958^ 


^3 


3 


lo 18 


12 9 1 


'7*3 


Bprim 


5} 6* 8"^ 




gft. 2^. 


gft. yliu 1 




Equation of Time at Noon, 


1 


•• 1- 


M.D. 




H. 8. 




M.D. 


H. 8. 






if.r 


». M. 8. 




, 2 I Add 


9 




a 39 


Add. 


17 


5 26 


Add. 




25 


8 14 


Add. 


> ai 1 


10 




3 




18 


1^2 






26 


8 34 




> 40 




II 




3 ao 




19 


6 8 






27 


855 




> 59 




12 




3 4^ 




20 


6 29 






28 


9 15 




I 10 




13 




4 a 




21 


6 jo 






29 


9 35 




J 39 




14 




4 ^3 




22 


7 I' 






30 


9 54 




» 59 




^5 




4 44 




23 


7 32 












a 19 




16 




5 5 




24 


7 53 













I of High Water are giTen fbr Mean Time at Place; if QreenwichorBailway Time be required— for 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 


1^ 


t^ 


." t 


QRBBNOCK- 


LTVEBPOOL. 




a 














t 
^ 


1 


u 










MORKIKa. 


AnEKsootr. 


Mo..,„. 


Aptbrnoon. 


MOKHIKO. 


A»™ 








Time. 


«^h.. 


Tim.;. 


HeiKht 


Ttao. 


Hfight. 


Tinu. 


Height 


Timo. 


Hoight. 


Tinie. 






H. M. 


Ii- M- 






n. M. 




H. U. 










P. J. 




Tu. 


1 


im35 


■ 51 


10 


a 


a 9 


10 £ 


I I 


37 4 


I 30 


36 9 


8 10 


11 8 


8 39 


W. 


2 


3 »I5 


a a8 


9 


10 


3 46 


9 8 


I 38 


36 


' 56 


35 3 


8 48 


30 5 


9 7 


Th. 


3 


4 =7 


3 4 


9 


3 


3 34 




* 15 


24 4 


a 33 


23 4 


936 


18 9 


9 44 


F. 


4 


J 7 


3 43 


9 




4 ' 


8 9 


J 54 




3 13 


31 6 


10 3 


17 " 




S. 


5 


5 57 


430 


8 


6 


436 


8 3 


3 4a 


30 6 


4 10 


19 8 


1048 


ij 10 


II 16 


*■ 


6 


647 


SaS 


8 


1 


6 ; 


7 " 


446 


ip 


5 29 


18 8 


II 50 


14 3 


_ 


M. 




7 35 


64, 




9 


7 30 


7 9 


6 14 


18 7 


7 


18 10 


38 


14 3 


I 14 


Tu 


8 


8 32 


8 9 


7 




8 47 


S ' 


7 39 


'9 3 


8 16 


19 10 


158 


14 6 


a 39 


W. 


9 


9 7 


9 " 


8 


3 


9 4*5 


2 5 


8 4; 


30 7 


9 ID 


31 3 


3 13 


15 9 


342 


Th. 




9 .!' 


to 9 


8 


8 


10 39 


8 JO 


9 30 


33 1 


9 48 


33 9 


4 7 


17 3 


4 29 


F. 


ii 


10 3J 


.048 


8 




11 6 


9 " 


'° 5 


13 s 


10 31 


23 11 


450 


18 6 


3 9 


S. 


13 




u 14 


9 


3 


II 41 


9 4 


1038 


34 6 


>o 55 


34 II 


538 


19 7 


346 


*■ 


13 


oa a 


" 59 


9 


6 


— 


~ 


II II 


2,5 4 


II 37 


35 8 


« 3 


20 5 


(5 18 


iM. 


M 


46 


16 


9 


7 


33 


9 8 


II 43 


25 II 




36 


634 


30 11 


651 


Tu. 


^5 


^ 33 


49 


9 


9 


I 6 


9 9 


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17 


36 I 


7 7 


31 3 


7 33 


W. 


16 


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9 


9 


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9 9 


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26 1 


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20 10 


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9 


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19 


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23 6 


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9 57 


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8 


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8 9 


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31 i 


10 34 


17 


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8 


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30 9 


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11 34 


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6 31 


3 


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8 4 


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4 


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W. 


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853 


748 


8 


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839 


8 9 


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21 5 


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23 3 


I 36 


16 5 




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9 47 


9 4 


9 





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33 2 


8 58 


34 3 


358 


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9 


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16 


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9 


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10 8 


26 6 


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37 


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31 4 


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27 


morn 


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10 





13 


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37 6 


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31 


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11 33 


27 7 


II 54 


37 6 


6 34 


33 5 


643 


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39 


I '4 


43 


10 


3 


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14 


17 3 


7 3 




7 34 


W. 


30 


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I 43 


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36 10 


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36 3 


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( 


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Last Quarter - $ ^ 


9 Morning. 


I 


13 N. 1 


9 


I4M.4O 


17 


17 S.40 


25 


New 13 4 41 Morning. 




'6 35 




II 9 


18 


19 59 


36 


First Quarter- 30 i 


33 Afternoon, 


3 


19 14 


II 


7 B 


19 




37 


Full a? 6 


1 Morning. 


4 


30 53 


13 


3 4? 




31 ;9 


38 






5 


31 28 


13 


IB. 44 




19 46 


39 


In Apogee - - 8 ii 


Morning. 


6 


21 5 


14 


6 '5 


33 


17 8 


30 


In Perigee - - 34 8 


Morning. 


7 


19 43 


13 


10 33 


"3 


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8 


17 3J 


16 


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24 


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BEITISH AND IRISH POETS. 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 


- 


GALWAY. 




QUEENS TOWN. 


WATEIIFOHD. 


<!^ 


^ £ MOSIFIIIO. 


ArTEBXOON. 


MORNINO. 


Aftebhoon. 


UonsiM. 


Attehkook. 


"«5 


TiniP. 


HeighL 


Timi!. 


Hoight 


Time 


iHoight 


TLuip. 


Hoigbl. 


Time 


Hoight. 


Time. Ilieight 




U. M. 








H. U 
















D. 


Tb. I 6 3fi 


15 3 


656 


14 10 


7 


la I 


7 »' 


II 9 


7 33 


13 11 


i 7 4^ 


II b 


17-9 


W. a 7 ^5 


14 3 


7 35 


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7 3S 


11 5 


7 5; 




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12 4 


1 8 17 


13 C 


18-9 


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9 10 


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8 6 


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8 5 


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9 3 


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22*9 


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18 






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16 


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a. M. 1 








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TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 


n 


3 .^e: 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDERRY. 




SUGO BAT. 


a 


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i ^ 


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AVIEBKOOK. 


MORSIKO. 


Asts:kHooK. 


MOSXIKS. 


AnwgoK 




Time. 


H.:Ight. 


Time 


Hdght 


Time. 


Uolght. 


Ti-ss. 


H,iBht 


nme. 


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Tim* 


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H. M. 








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a. M. 


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Tu. 


1 2m3.5 


36 


y 9 


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9 7 


9 52 


7 9 


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7 


6 


7 "5 


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I" 


10 1 


W. 


a 3 s(j 


I 7 


9 5 


I a8 


9 3 


10 29 


7 3 


10 45 


(5 


11 


7 33 


10 6 


8 I 


10 


Th. 


3 4 1/ 


1 49 






S 10 




6 7 


•1 35 


6 


a 


8 3S 


9 7 


855 


9 


F. 


4 5 7 


2 36 


8 8 


3 I 


8 5 


— 




s 


5 


10 


9 23 


8 9 


9 54 


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S. 


^ 5 57 


3 29 


8 3 


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5 6 


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5 


4 


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8 


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71 


i^- 


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4 33 


7 11 


5 " 


7 10 


a 7 


5 3 


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5 


' 


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7 9 


— 


-; 


M. 


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5 50 


7 9 


6 3a 


7 8 


3 28 


5 4 


4 . 


5 


« 


24 


7 8 


I 6 


7 . 


Tu. 


8 8 32 


7 10 


7 9 


7 4^5 


7 IJ 


■4 37 


5 8 


5 


5 


10 


' 43 


7 '1 


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8 


W. 


& 9 7 


8 17 


8 I 


840 


8 3 


5 33 


6 I 


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6 


3 


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3l 


Th. I 


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9 18 


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6 6 


6 ii 


6 


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9 


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9 36 


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9 


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7 -1 


7 


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S. I 


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to 9 


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6 








41 


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3 a 53 


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3 


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8 


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7 


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9 9 


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8 




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12 


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7 


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Phaset of lite Moon. 


.MionV Declination at Noom. 


0. H. M. 
Last QnartOT -5^9 Morning. 

New 13 4 4a Morning. 

First Quarter- ao i 33 Afternoou. 
Full 37 6 2 Moroing. 


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In Apogee - - 811 Morning. 
In Pongee - - 34 8 Morning. 


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7 
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BRITISH AND IRISH FORTS. 



73 



SEPTEMBER, 1863. 


^ GALWAY. 




QUEENSTOWN. 


WATERFORD. 




m 












H 
K 

S MOBHIXO. 


Aftsbhooh. 


MOBNINC 


\, 


Aftebnook. 


Morning. 


Afternoon. 

% 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




H. M. 


F. I. 


u. M. 


p 


. 1. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


U. M. 


F. I. 


U. IL 


F. 


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U. M. 


F. I. 


D. 


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15 3 


6s6 


14 10 


7 2 


r 12 


I 


7 21 


II 9 


7 ^3 


12 


11 


7 41 


12 8 


17.9 


2 7 15 


H 3 


7 35 


13 


\ 9 


7 39 


HI 


5 


7 57 


II 


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12 


4 


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12 


18-9 


3 7 5<5 


13 I 


8 18 


12 


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8 1(5 


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9 


9 


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9 4 


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10 


9 


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9 41 


9 





10 12 


8 8 


9 59 


9 


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10 35 


9 7 


a 


610 S3 


9 10 


ir 36 


9 10 


10 52 


8 


6 


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8 5 


II 12 


9 


3 


II 50 


9 2 


22*9 


/ 


— 


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16 


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29 


9 3 


23.9 


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8 


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4 


6 I 


12 5 


I '3 


5 5 31 


14 II 


5 48 


14 


. JO 


558 




10 


^ 15 


II 9 


6 19 


12 


6 


6 36 


12 6 


2*3 


5 6 6 


14 8 


6 24 


14 


. 6 


6 32 




9 


6 50 


II 7 


6 53 


12 


5 


7 II 


12 4 


3*3 


r ^ 4a 


14 3 


7 I 


14 





7 8 




5 


7 26 


II ^ 


7 28 


12 


3 


7 45 


12 I 


4-3 


} 7 ^^ 


13 7 


7 44 


13 


a 


7 45 







8 4 


10 8 


8 3 


II 


II 


8 22 


II 8 


y3 


;> 8 8 


la 8 


^35 


la 


I 


8 24 


10 


4 


8 48 


10 


8 42 II 


4 


9 3 


II I 


6-3 


9 6 


" 7 


9 41 


II 


2 


9 16 


9 


9 


9 45 


9 6 


9 3010 


9 


10 4 


10 5 


I) 


[ 10 aa 


II 


II 8 


II 


I 


10 22 


9 


4 


II 6 


9 3 


10 44 10 


2 


II 26 


10 


8-3 


I" 54 


II 3 


— 




— 


II 52 


9 


4 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


6 


lO I 


9'3 


I 35 


II 8 


I 12 


la 


2 


35 


9 


7 


I 17 


9 II 


46 


10 


4 


I *5 


10 8 


10-3 


^ I 43 


la 9 


a 11 


13 


5 


I 54 


10 


3 


2 27 


10 8 


2 411 


I 


2 40 


II 6 


II-3 


) » 39 


13 II 


3 3 


14 


6 


a 57 


II 


I 


3 22 


II 6 


3 12 II 


II 


3 40 


12 3 


12-3 


3 ^5 


14 II 


3 46 


15 


4 


3 46 


II 


10 


4 9 


12 2 


4 6 


12 


7 


4 3^ 


i2 10 


^3'3 


F 4 8 


>5 7 


4 28 


15 


10 


4 31 


12 


4 


4 5^ 


i^ 5 


4 54 


13 





5 15 


13 I 





J 4 47 


15 ii 


5 8 


15 


10 


5 14 


la 


6 


5 3^ 


12 5 


5 35 


^3 


i 


5 5^ 


13 I 


'5'3 


5 ^9 


15 8 


5 49 


15 


4 


5 56 


12 


4 


6 15 


12 2 


6 16 


^3 





6 3(> 


12 10 


i6-3 


6 8 


14 II 


6 27 


14 


d 


^ 34 


II 


II 


6 53 


II 7 


656 


12 


8 


7 15 


»a 5 


17*3 


Mean Spring) ^ft. t^in. 


5ft. IQ\XX, 


gft. 2in. 


EquoHon of Time at Noon. 1 


jc. a 


• 


MJ>. 


M. 8. 




1 


ILD. 


M. S. 




ICD. 


M. 8. 




o a 


Add. 


9 


a 39 


Add. 1 


17 


5 26 


Add. 


25 


8 14 


Add. 


o ai 




10 


3 






18 


^1^^ 




26 


8 34 




o 40 




II 


3 ao 






19 


6 8 




27 


855 




S9 




la 


3 41 






20 


6 29 




28 


9 15 




1 19 




13 


4 a 






21 


6 so 




29 


9 35 




I 39 




14 


4 ^3 






22 


7 II 




30 


9 54 




I 59 




15 


4 44 






23 


7 3a 










2 19 




16 


5 5 






24 


7 53 











Ml of High Water are given for Mean Time at Place; if Dablln or Railway Time be required,— for 
GAX.wAT4idtf 11 m. I QussNftTowN odd 8 m. I 'WjonmoKD add 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 





OCTOBEE 


, 1863. 


s 


i it 


BREST. 


DBTONPOBT. 


POBTSMOUTH. 


i 


i II 




























^L 


1 *H 


H0BNIN0 




APTEHKOOIt. 


MOKMIKO 




Aftexhooh. 


MOBHIHO. 


ArTBMOw.' 




Time. 


Hol«ht. 


TiniB. 


Height. 


Timo. 


Height. 


Time. 


UdEht. 


Time. 


Helcbl, 


TtoiB. 


H-* 












n. M. 




H. K. 




J. 


H. IL 


V. 1. 


a. M. 






F. 1. 


Th. 


I jmj; 


552 


18 


3 


6 II 


i; 6 


7 47 


»5 





8 4 


14 6 


I 35 


13 6 


I M 


la ) 


T. 


3 348 


631 


16 


8 


^^ 


15 1= 


8 ai 


14 


3 


8 37 


13 6 


a la 


II II 


3 3a 




S. 


3 4 39 


7 14 


•i 


° 


1 51 


14 a 


8 S5 


•3 


5 


9 " 


la 6 


a 53 


II 3 


3 13 




». 


4 S38 


8 . 


\l 


fi 


829 


13 II 


934 


13 


6 


9 59 


11 7 


3 35 


10 5 


35a 




M. 


5 6 16 


9 4 






9 43 




10 a8 




10 






4 35 


9 9 


458 




Tu. 


6 7 3 


10 29 


13 


5 




la 8 


II 40 


11 


B 


_ 


— 


5 35 


9 4 


6 ifl 




W. 


; 7 4« 


ir 50 


13 


1 


— 


— 


aa 


11 


I 


J 3 


13 1 


7 


9 6 


7 37 

8 43 




I'h 


8 a 30 


33 


'3 


8 


J2 


H 3 


I 4a 


11 


9 


a 17 


la 9 


8 11 


10 I 




F. 


9 9 '3 


1 16 


'i 




I 3^ 


15 8 


a 45 


13 




3 '3 


'3 7 


9 7 


10 10 


938 




S. 1 


» 9 57 


■ 55 


16 


5 


a 12 


17 I 


3 37 


13 


6 


4 " 


H 5 


9 49 


11 6 


10 7 




». ' 


) 10 4J 


2 29 


17 


9 


a 46 


18 ,5 


4 a 


14 


3 


4 4 


15 


10 35 


13 I 


10 43 




M. 1 


3ti 37 


3 4 


iS 


9 


3 21 


19 I 


5 ° 


15 





5 ^8 


15 5 




'a 5 


II 17 




To. 1 


3 oai6 


3 39 


•9 


3 


3 56 


19 5 


.'; 35 


15 


4 


5 53 


15 7 


11 35 


13 9 


•' 5 




W. I 


4 1 8 


4 14 


'9 


6 


4 33 


'9 5 


6 I 


15 


7 


63c 


15 7 






I 




Tb.i 


i 3 3 


4 5' 


>9 


4 


.^ 9 


19 I 


647 


15 


6 


7 5 


15 3 


31 


la 9 


5 




r. 1 


b 3 ,^9 


528 


18 


9 


J 50 


18 4 


7 23 


15 


3 


7 42 


14 11 


I 10 


13 7 


I 3= 




S. I 


7 3 .S? 


6 13 


'7 


.0 


634 


17 3 


8 ^ 


14 




8 35 


14 4 


I 51 


11 4 


a 13 




». 1 


8 4 5.5 


7 


16 


7 


7 29 


'.^ 10 


84 


14 


5 


9 ic 


13 7 


a 35 


II 10 


3 = 




M. 1 


9 .l 52 


7 59 


'5 


2 


8 3' 


14 8 


93S 


■3 


9 


10 fc 




3 a? 


u 3 


3 i;f 




Tu, 2 


64/ 


9 9 


'4 


5 


9 .Si^ 


'4 5 


10 4 


'3 


3 




13 5 


4 a7 


10 8 


^ 3 




W. 3 


1 7 40 


1038 


14 


7 


II 30 


'5 








5 


13 2 


5 4a 


10 4 


6 3- 




Thi 


3 8 31 


■I 59 


15 


6 







JC 


la 


8 


I .3:3 


13 8 


7 8 


10 8 


7 4'! 




F. . 


3 9 2' 


30 


16 


1 


1 


16 5 


3 a 


13 


4 


a 4c 


'4 5 


8 30 


II 4 


85 




S. ■ 


410 12 


' 25 


'7 


6 


I 49 


18 a 


3 I 


H 


4 


3 38 


15 a 


9 !9 


13 I 


9 44 




t. . 


c n 2 


3 11 


18 


8 


a 31 


'9 3 


4 3 


'5 


1 


4 a? 


'5 7 


10 6 


la 7 


10 2E 




M. 1 


e.i S3 


2 53 


■9 


7 


3 '3 


'9 I 


4 5 


■5 


6 


5 »i 


■5 10 


10 49 


13 to 


II IC 




Tll.2 


7 morn 


3 33 


■9 




3 55 


,9 6 


5 3^ 


'5 


9 


5 53 


'5 9 


II 39 


13 II 


II 5 




W. . 


8 45 


4 "5 


'9 


4 


4 34 


19 1 




15 


8 


3a 


■5 6 






la 




Th . 


9 1 37 


+ ^l 


18 


8 


5 10 


.8 3 


647 


15 


^{ 


7 4 


14 11 


33 


13 7 


5a 




P. , 


2 29 


5 28 


■7 


10 


5 47 


'7 3 


7 30 


14 


7 3e 


14 3 




11 3 


I 3c 




S. 1 


1 3 19 


6 7 


16 


8 


6^5 


115 I 


7 54 


H 


3 


8 I 


13 5 


. 48 


II 9 


3 8 


11 




^a. gi.. 


7 


ft. gin. 


6«. 4ta. 


Phases of the Moon. 








ILC. 




< 


11.D. 




ILD. 


, 


H.I>. 


. 


D. H. 


II. 


1 a 


OK. 





9 


4N. 7 


17 a 


IB. 5 


'»5 


9W-* 


Last Quarter- 4 7 


21 Afternoon. 


a a 


I 


8 






18 a 




]aO 


3 3 


New la 6 


41 .Afternoon. 


3 a 


1 


5 




4 5a 


19 


7 40 


27 


7 


FirstQuarter- 19 8 


(5 Afternoon. 


4 a 





3 




9 «7 


30 


4 17 


laS 


9 ". 


Full a6 $ $S Afternoon. 


5 1 


8 


8 


13 1 


3 ao 


31 


3 


ap 


4 






6 


5 


18 




6 47 


33 


5 '7 


|3o 


I 


In Apogee - - 6 5 


Morning. 


7 




10 




9 a» 


'3 


14 


I31 


a 


In Perigee- - 30 9 


Afternoon. 


8 


8 


30 


16 a 


51 


a4 


4M.47 







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of High Witor an gim fiff Umu Time at FlaM i if Qnenwidi or ]Uilw«7 Tltt* be riqakcdr^ 
Drronon otfi IT m. | P<n»Mvx>aM«B. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



75 



OCTOBER, 1863. 



i 



DOVER. 



MOBHIXO. 



Time. 
H. JL 



I 
I 

2 



13 
5^ 
34 

i6 

4 
8 

37 
8 31 

9 12 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



9 50 

10 28 

«^ 7 

11 45 

o 5 

47 

1 31 



2 17 
>l 3 8 



6 

14 

6 34 

7 45 

8 42 

9 31 

10 17 

11 2 
II 46 

o 7 

48 

1 28 



4 
5 



) 



Height. 
V. 1. 

8 7 
8 o 

7 7 



5 
4 
3 
3 

4 
5 



2 
o 

4 
6 

6 

6 



6 7 

7 7 

8 41 



8 

9 

9 
8 

8 

7 
6 

5 

5 

5 
6 

7 



9 
o 

o 

9 

3 

6 
6 



5 
6 

7 



8 5 

9 o 

9 
8 10 

8 8 

8 I 

7 5 



Attbbkoox. 



Time. 
H. M. 

I 32 

a 13 
a 54 



3 

4 

5 

7 
8 



39 

34 
48 

3 

7 



851 
9 31 

10 9 

10 47 

11 25 

26 

i 9 

1 53 



3 

4 

5 

7 
8 

9 



41 

37 

39 

55 
12 

^5 
7 



9 55 

10 39 

11 24 



27 

1 8 
I 48 



Height. 
F. I. 

8 2 
10 

9 



7 
5 



4 7 
3 7 
3 41 
3 II 

5 o 
6 

7 



7 
8 



II 



7 



8 II 

8 II 
8 6 

7 II 



7 
6 

5 

5 

5 

7 
8 

8 

9 
9 



o 
I 
I 

II 
I 
o 

9 

I 

o 



8 5 
7 10 

7 



rMflinSiviiig 



} 9**- 4 



in. 



SHEEBNESS. 



MoBzmra. 



Time. 

H. M. 

2 46 

3 21 

4 I 



4 

5 
6 



45 
35 
43 



8 10 

9 28 

10 28 

11 10 

II 45 
o 2 

37 
II 

46 

22 

58 



o 
I 

I 
2 
2 



3 

4 

5 
6 



42 

30 
3a 
48 

8 19 

9 3<5 

10 34 

11 22 

26 

1 6 

1 46 

2 23 
2 58 



Height. 
P. I. 

16 2 

15 6 

14 7 

13 8 
12 II 
12 4 



12 

13 " 
13 8 
14 



15 a 
15 6 

15 II 

16 3 

16 4 
16 2 

15 10 

15 3 
14 6 

13 10 
13 4 

13 8 

14 4 
15^^ 

15 9 



16 
16 
16 

15 
15 



5 
6 

3 

JO 

4 



AFTBIUfOON. 



Time. 

H. M. 

3 3 

3 40 

4 a3 



5 
6 



9 
6 



7 ^4 

851 
10 o 

10 jo 

11 28 



o 19 

54 

1 28 

a 3 

a 39 

3 20 

4 5 

4 59 

6 7 

7 32 

859 
10 6 

10 59 

11 44 

o 5 

46 

1 27 

a 5 

2 40 

3 17 



Height. 
P. I. 



5 
5 

4 

3 
2 

2 

2 

3 
4 



LONDON. 



MOBNIKO. 



10 
1 
I 

3 

7 

4 
8 



Time. 
4 18 

4 53 

5 31 

615 

7 6 

8 13 

9 341 

4|io 54 
II 58 

o 20 



I 
10 



5 
6 

6 

6 

6 

5 

4 

4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
5 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

5 
5 



9 

2 

3 
I 

7 

II 
2 

7 

5 
o 

9 

6 



3 
6 



7 
o 



3ft. Qin. 



56 

1 33 

2 7 

2 40 

3 16 

3 51 

4 30 

5 14 

6 2 

7 a 

8 18 

9 46 
II 4 

27 

1 ^5 

1 58 

2 38 

3 15 

3 52 

4 29 



Height. 
P. I. 

9 5 

8 8 

7 9 

6 9 

5 II 
5 3 

5 o 

5 
6 

6 

7 
8 

8 

9 
9 
9 

9 o 

8 6 

7 9 

6 II 

6 5 

6 5 
6 10 



5 
I 

6 

4 
I 

9 

2 

5 

4 



8 
8 

9 

9 

9 

9 
8 



9 
3 
5 
4 



Aftbbnoon. 



Time. 
H. M. 



35 
13 
53 

39 
31 



4 
5 

5 

6 

7 
8 54 

10 14 

11 28 
o 39 



I 
I 
2 
2 

3 
4 
4 



15 

51 
24 

57 

33 
10 

51 



36 
31 



5 
6 

7 38 

9 3 

10 25 

35 
2 



II 
o 



o 
I 

2 



52 
38 

19 

a 57 

34 
ij 

46 



3 

4 
4 



Height. 
P. I. 

9 ^ 

8 



^5 



7 

6 

5 
5 
5 
5 



3 
3 

3 

6 

I 
2 
8 



6 11 



7 
8 

9 

9 

9 

9 
8 

8 

7 
6 

6 

6 

7 
7 

8 

9 

9 

9 

9 
8 

8 



9 

5 
o 

4 
5 
3 



4 
8 



3 
8 

5 
o 

4 
5 



D 
18.3 

9-3 
20.3 

a 

22-3 

23-3 

24-3 

25-3 
26-3 

27*3 
28*3 



I« 

2. 

3* 
4* 

5- 
}) 

7- 
8- 

9- 

10' 

II- 

12- 

o 

14. 

15- 
16. 

9|i7« 
i8- 



Qfl. Mn. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



M. 8. 




M.D. 


H. 8. 




ICD. 


H. 8. 




ICD. 


10 14 


Add. 


9 


12 36 


Add. 


17 


14 30 


Add. 


25 


10 33 




ro 


12 j2 




18 


14 42 




36 


10 52 




II 


13 8 




19 


14 53 




27 


II 10 




12 


13 23 




20 


15 3 




28 


II 28 




13 


13 37 




21 


15 13 




29 


II 46 




14 


13 51 




22 


15 22 




30 


la 3 




15 


14 5 




23 


15 3^ 




31 


12 20 




16 


14 17 




24 


15 39 








lofHii^WalerangiTe&lbrMeanTimeatPlaoe; if Greenwich or 
Pona n w Mr e rf ftm. I BxnuriM tuMrace s m. | 



Time be 



;^ 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



OCTOBER 


, 1863. 


s 


1 


■£ 3 


HABWICH. 




HULL. 


SUNDERLAND 


^ 


1 


II 






















1 


1 


-=H 


M0BJ.-1NO. 


Aftehnoom. 


MOUMIKC 




Aetebhoon, 


UORNINO. 


Aptbiu 








Time. 


Hijighl, 


Tinu', 


adght 


Timn 


ineieiit 


Timp 


iHfigbt 


TilOE. 


HBiBlil- 


Xlnu!. 


























U. M 






Tb. 


I 


2m5; 


1 2 


II 6 


a 21 


1' 3 


83 


ao 


7 


8 5 


20 


5 ^S 


14 


548 


F. 


2 


3 48 


2 40 


II 


2 59 


iO 9 


9 I 


19 


4 


9 3 


18 7 


6 : 


13 I 


30 


S. 


3 


4 35 


3 19 


10 6 


3 39 


10 3 


95 


•7 


11 




17 4 


654 


12 ■ 2 


7 16 


t- 


4 


5 ^9 


3 59 


9 11 


4 22 


9 9 


10 4 


16 


8 


II J 


16 1 


7 4 


II 3 


8 7 


M. 




6 lO 


4 47 


9 6 


5 15 


9 4 


'I 5 


•5 




— 


— 


3 3- 


10 t 


9 13 


Tu. 




7 3 


5 50 


9 3 


-5 31 


9 3 




■5 


3 


I A 


'5 I 


9 54 


10 1 


'o 37 


W. 


7 


7 4t 


7 18 


9 3 


7 59 


9 5 


I 4 


15 


a 


3 3 


15 6 


11 i( 


10 4 


11 49 


Th. 


S 


8 3"= 


835 


9 7 


9 7 


9 lo 


a 5 


16 





3 2i 


16 8 


— 




19 


P. 


9 


9 '3 


9 35 




9 59 


10 4 


3 5 


'7 


3 


4 'S 


17 10 


47 


II 6 


I 9 


S. 


10 


9 .^7 


10 20 


ro 7 


10 39 


10 10 


4 3 


18 


5 


4 5' 


19 


I 25 


" 5 


I 5° 


*. 




10 4J 


10 5C 


II I 


" 15 


11 3 


5 » 


19 


(5 


5 3c 


19 10 


2 5 


13 2 


3 37 


M. 


13 


ir 37 


II 32 


II .^ 


II ,^0 


" I 


i^ 


3D 


3 


6 


20 ; 


3 44 


13 9 


3 


Tu. 


13 


oai(. 








11 8 


6 2 


30 




6 43 




3 17 


14 3 


3 35 


W. 


14 


I 8 


24 


11 8 


40 


11 9 


65 


Jl 


2 


7 I 


31 3 


3 5' 


14 7 


4 8 


Th. 


15 


2 3 


59 


II 8 


I 18 


" 7 


^ ^ 


31 


a 


^ 5- 




4 20 


.4 8 


4 4.5 


F. 


if5 


a J9 


' 37 


II 


'- 56 


I' .^ 


8 1 


30 




8 33 


20 7 


5 4 


'4 3 


5 Z4 


S. 


17 


3 57 


2 16 


" 3 


238 




85 




1 


9 i£ 


19 8 


5 47 


13 8 


6 10 


» 


r8 


4 55 


3 


10 11 


3 23 


10 9 


9 4 


19 


J 


10 £ 


18 7 


635 


13 


7 2 


M. 


19 


5 5^ 


3 46 


10 6 


4 13 


IO 4 


10 3 


18 


I 


II ij 


'7 7 


7 31 


13 3 


8 4 


Tu. 




6 47 


4 45 


10 I 


5 17 


)0 


11 5 


17 




— 


— 


10 -'i 


II 7 


9 19 


W. 




7 40 


5 55 


9 11 


6 39 


9 u 


3 


16 


10 


I 12 


16 ]0 




II f 


10 4.S 


Th, 


23 


8 3' 


7 27 


10 1 


8 7 


10 3 


I 5 


'7 


I 


a 35 


17 7 


W 33 


H 10 


II 56 


F. 


23 


9 21 


843 


10 6 


9 «3 


IO 9 


3 i 


18 


3 


3 3, 


18 10 




— 


3_? 


S. 


24 


10 12 


9 43 


II I 


10 10 


II 3 


4 


19 


fi 


428 


20 


53 


13 1 


I ao 


*. 


^.5 


II 2 


Ii ^8 


II 6 


'= 55 


II 8 


4 5 


20 





5 »3 


20 10 


I 4: 


13 10 


3 8 


M. 


16 


II 53 




11 10 


I' 39 


1 [ It 


5 3 


21 


1 


5 5t 


21 ^ 


2 30 


14 5 


= 51 


Tu. 


27 


norn. 


12 


II 11 


— 


— 


6 I 


21 


4 


637 


21 4 


3 10 


.+ 8 


3 29 


W. 


2a 


45 


J9 


II 10 


39 


11 9 


65 


11 


3 


7 i& 


31 I 


3 5^^ 


14 8 


4 9 


Th. 


29 


I 37 




II 8 


I 20 


II S> 


7 3 


io 


10 


7 5^ 


20 7 


428 


'4 5 


4 4ft 


F. 


30 


2 29 


I 38 


11 4 


I 57 




8 I 


ao 


3 


8 33 


19 9 


5 5 


"5 9 


5 34 


a. 


31 


3 19 


a iC) 


,0„ 


a 35 


10 8 


8 5: 


19 


' 


9 13 


18 7 


5 44 


13 


6 5 


■^K."*} 5°' 9^ 


ion. 5i=. 


7"- 2'»- 


Phases of the Moon, 


Afoon'* Declination at Noon. 


D. n. H. 


H.D. 






U.D. 




'«.n. 




»> = 


LastQuarter- 4 7 21 Afternoon. 




OM. 


8 


9 


4N. 7 


iS 


I a. 5 


:i.f 


Kew - - - - la 6 41 Afternoon. 












First Quarter 19 8 (5 Afternoon. 




^ 


■'■ 


" 


4 53 


19 


7 40 


39 20 


Full ----- 26 5 55 Afternoon. 




8 


8 


13 1 


9 17 
3 20 


21 


4 17 

3 


In Apogee --6^0 Morning. 


rt 


5 


38 


14 I 


6 47 


22 


5 17 


30 21 


In Perigee - - 20 9 Afternoon. 


7 
8 


8 


20 


■5 I 
16 2 


9 22 
5' 


23 
24 


4N.47 


31 30 



in lim^ Tf ffi) 

.■Waawi 



lUgh Water *re giyen fi>r U«sn lliiM at Plaeei if GKCDVich or RailvBj Time be reqnira 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



77 



OCTOBER, 1863. 



NORTH SHIELDS. 



MoBimro. Aftebnoon. 



Time, 
n. M. 

5 33 

6 12 

7 46 

847 

10 6 



5 



II 

o 
o 
I 

2 

2 

3 
3 
4 
5 
5 

6 

7 



Height. 
F. I. 



Oi 

I 

2 

3 



5 
6 

7 
8 



ol 
I 



39 

3 

59 
38 

12 

45 

17 

5' 
28 

7 

50 

37 
35 



8 48 

10 14 

36 

10 
4 



(I 
o 
I 

I 

2 

3 
3 
4 
5 
5 



50 

31 
10 

50 

30 

8 

48 



12 
12 
II 

10 

9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

II 

12 
12 

13 

13 

13 

13 
12 

II 
II 
10 
10 
10 
[I 
II 

12 

13 
13 
J3 

13 

12 

II 



10 
o 
I 

I 

3 
I 



5 
8 

5 
2 

o 
8 
2 
6 

4 
o 



II 
I 

5 

4 
II 

3 
II 

8 

3 

/ 
6 

I 

6 

III 



Time. 

U. M. 

5 52 

6 33 

7 19 

8 14 

9 26 
10 49 



Height. 
F. I. 



O 
I 
I 

2 

3 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 



33 
20 

56 

29 
I 

35 

9 

47 
28 

13 



7 
8 



3 
10 

9 31 
10 57 



o 
1 

2 
2 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 



37 
27 

II 

51 

30 
10 

49 
28 

8 



12 
II 

10 

9 
9 
9 

10 
10 
II 

12 
12 

13 

13 

13 
12 

12 

II 
10 
10 
10 

II 
12 

^3 

13 

13 

13 
12 

12 

II 



7 

7 

7 
1 

2 



LEITH, 



MORNIKQ. 



Time. 
H. H. 



4 

5 
5 

6 



o 

9 

7 

4 
II 

4 
6 

2 

9 

3 

7 
8 

3 
7 

7 
4 

o 

5 

7 

4 
10 

3 



27 
6 

5^ 
40 

.7 41 

9 o 

10 22 

11 26 
o 32 



Height. 
F. I. 

15 10 
14 II 

13 II 



12 
12 
II 
II 
12 



I 
I 

2 
2 

3 

4 
4 



7 
42 

16 

48 

24 

2 

45 



5 33 

6 30 

7 42 

9 

10 29 

11 32 



10 
o 

7 
II 

7 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
EI. M. 



13 II 



iir Mean Spring) 



ft. Qin. 



6"- 8 



O 

I 
2 
2 

3 

4 
4 



44 
28 

9 

47 
26 

3 
42 



15 
16 

16 

16 

16 

15 

14 
13 
13 
13 
^3 
14 

15 

16 

16 
16 
16 

15 
14 



II 

9 

4 

7 

5 
I 

6 

10 

II 

2 

o 

6 

3 

8 

5 

9 

7 
2 

6 

10 



4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



46 
28 

15 

9 

18 



Height. 
F. I. 

5 5 

4 5 
3 4 



9 44 
10 56 

54 
14 
50 



II 
o 
o 

I 
I 
2 

3 
3 
4 
5 

6 

7 
8 

9 
II 

II 

o 

I 
I 
2 

3 
3 
4 
5 



^5 

59 

33 

5 

43 

23 
8 

o 

5 
23 

52 
3 

58 
21 

6 

49 
28 

6 

44 
22 

3 



2 
I 
I 

2 

3 
3 

4 

5 
6 

6 

6 

6 

5 
5 

4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
5 

6 
6 
6 
6 

5 
5 
4 



THURSO. 



MORNINO. 



Time. 

H. If. 

10 37 

11 20 



4 

9 

8 

2 



5 
5 

4 
I 



o 
I 

2 

4 

5 
6 

6 



Height. 
F. I. 

12 4 
II 3 



32 

32 

53 
22 

28 

16 

48 



7 

7 



/ 

3 
10 

2 

5 
6 

o 

2 

10 

9 

3 

I 

/ 

9 

5 
10 

2 
5 



ft. Qin. 



8"- 2 



18 

47 
8 21 

8 54 

9 

10 

II 

II 
o 
I 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

7 38 

8 16 

8 54 

9 34 
10 13 

10 54 



33 

13 
o 

51 
22 

33 
2 

30 

33 
22 



9 
8 

8 

S 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

13 

13 

13 
12 

12 

II 
10 
10 

9 
10 

10 

12 

12 

13 
13 

13 

12 

12 
II 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
n. M. 

10 58 

11 44 



" to' 



Height. 
F. I. I 



8 

II 

6 

8 

3 
2 



3 
I 

5 
6 

3 

9 
o 

3 

9 

2 

II 

3 
II 

o 

II 

>■ 
/ 

8 

5 
10 

2 
3 



o 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



59 
10 

42 
58 

55 

33 

3 



7 
8 



32 

4 

8 36 

9 ^3 
9 52 

10 36 

11 25 



o 
2 

3 

5 
6 

6 



56 

15 
50 

5 
o 

42 



II 
10 
10 

9 

8 

8 
8 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

13 

13 

13 
12 

II 



10 

9 
10 

10 

II 

12 



9 
9 



3 
8 



7 
10 

8 



10 
8 



i8-3 
i9'3 

20-3 



([ 

22»3 

23*3 

24'3 

^5'3 
9*26.3 

27'3 
28*3 



4 
6 

5 

5 
8 



5 
II 

o 

6 

6 

6 



7 19 


'3 


4 


Z ^7 


13 


9 


835 


^3 


7 


9 14 


13 


2 


9 53 


12 


6 


10 33 


II 


8 


" 15 


10 


10 



I- 

2' 

3" 

4* 

5- 
]) 

7- 
8- 

9* 
io» 

II* 

I2» 
O 

A5- 
i6- 

17- 

18. 



gfk. yin. 



EqtMtUm of Time at Noon. 



M. 8. 




M.D. 


X. II. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 


10 14 


Add. 


9 


12 36 


Add. 


17 


14 30 


Add. 


25 


15 46 


10 33 




10 


12 52 




18 


14 42 




26 


15 53 


10 52 




II 


13 8 




19' 


14 53 




27 


15 59 


!I 10 




12 


13 23 




20 


15 3 




28 


16 4 


II 28 




13 


13 37 




21 


15 13 




29 


16 8 


II 46 




14 


13 51 




22 


15 22 




30 


16 12 


la 3 




^5 


H 5 




23 


15 31 




31 


16 15 


12 20 




16 


14 17 




24 


15 39 









Add. 



of Hi|^ Water an giTen fbr Mean Time at Place s if Greenwich or Bailwaj T^ 



78 












TIDE TABLES FOE THE 










OCTOBER, 1863. 


^ 


c 




flSEENOCK. 


LTVERPOOL. 


PEMBROKE. 


a 


S 


l| 




























L 




MoBjnNO 




AlTEnHOOII. 


UOHNIMO 




Al^ERHOOH. 


UOBKIKO. 


ATTiBmai:. 1 








Time. 


HriBhl. 


Timc% 


Height 


Time. 


Hrfght. 


Time. 


Height. 


Tim.. 


Height. 


Tim*. 


Hd,W. 














n. M. 










B. M 






F. I. 


a. K. 




Th. 


1 


21057 


3 


9 


9 


3 [8 


9 7 


I I 


»5 


7 


I a; 


34 10 


8 20 


30 I 


839 


'9 4 


F. 


a 


3 48 


3 37 


9 


4 


.56 


9 a 


I 47 


24 






33 a 


8j8 


18 7 


9 '7 


17 10 


S. 


3 


4 39 


3 16 


8 




3 3<S 


3 9 


3 aC 




4 


3 4 


jar 6 


9 37 


17 1 


9 57 


16 4 


«. 


4 


.? ^8 


3 59 


8 


6 


4 23 


8 4 


3 ic 


10 


7 


3 3. 


19 10 


to 17 


15 7 


10 40 


14 II 


M. 


5 


6 16 


4 50 


8 


a 


,! «4 


8 


4 5 


•9 




4 4= 


18 8 




H 5 


It 44 


14 1 


Ta. 


6 


7 3 


6 1 


7 


10 


644 


7 9 


5 14 


18 


6 


6h 


.8 8 


— 




2j 


14 a 


W. 


7 


7 46 


7 ^5 


7 


ID 


8 I 


8 


654 


19 




7 3 


19 6 


I 9 


H 4 


I 5' 


14 9 


Th, 


8 


8, JO 


8 35 


8 


3 


9 4 


8 5 


8 3 




3 


83 




2 2C 


■5 5 


> 5S 


i6 I 


F. 


9 


9 '3 


9 39 


8 


7 


9 .!= 


8 9 


853 


31 


9 


9 1 


33 6 


3 34 


16 10 


3 4 


'7 7 


S. 


10 


9 57 


10 10 


8 




10 28 


9 ' 


9 3c 


23 


3 


9 4 


33 II 


4 9 


18 3 


4 3": 


18 II 


»■ 


II 


10 41 


10 47 


9 


3 


It 6 


9 4 


10 3 


34 


6 


10 ac 


35 


4 5= 


19 6 


^ 'J 


ao 


M. 


13 


u 37 


II 35 


9 


6 


11 43 


9 ! 


10 38 


15 


5 


10 sf 


35 10 


5 30 


30 J 


5*' 


ao 10 


To. 


'3 


oai6 










9 9 


II J5 


a6 




11 3 


36 4 


6 6 




6 23 


31 4 


W, 


M 


I 8 


19 


9 


10 


38 


9 10 


II 49 


26 


5 






64= 


»i 5 


'S5S 


" J 


Th. 


'j 


2 3 


058 


9 




t t? 


9 10 


8 


36 


5 


aS 


36 3 


7 >7 


31 3 


7 31; 


31 


F. 


16 


3 59 


I 36 


9 


9 


' .5.^ 


9 9 


47 


26 





I ( 


»5 7 


7 5« 


ao 8 


8 tf 


30 3 


S. 


•7 


3 J7 


2 17 


9 


8 


!■ 38 


9 6 


I 7.6 


15 





I 4S 


M 5 


839 


19 9 


9 


19 1 


*. 


18 


4 35 


3 59 


9 


4 


3 23 


9 2 


3 IC 


33 


10 


a 33 


33 a 


9 24 


.8 7 


9 4S 


16 


M. 


'9 


.'! 5a 


3 5' 


9 





4 1' 


8 10 


3 3 




6 


3 33 


31 9 


10 It 


17 4 


io 43 


16 9 


Tu, 


30 


647 


4 51 


8 


8 


.! »9 


8 6 


4 7 


Zl 


a 


4 4 


30 9 


II ij 


16 3 


I" 5 


I<S 3 


W. 


31 


7 40 


6 8 


8 


5 


«53 


8 5 


5 33 


30 


9 


6 33 








34 


16 4 


Th, 


aa 


8 31 


7 33 


8 


7 


8 ti 


8 9 


7 3 


31 


8 


7 3S 


33 4 


1 IS 


16 8 


3 


'2 ^ 


F. 


a3 


9 31 


8 43 


9 





9 13 


9 2 


8 e 


33 


1 


83 


33 10 


2 36 


17 II 


3 f 


18 9 


S. 


H 


10 13 


9 40 


9 


4 


10 4 


9 « 


9 I 


^4 


7 


9 23 


35 a 


3 38 


19 5 


4 4 


30 


» 


"5 


II 3 


10 38 


9 


7 


10 5. 


9 « 


9 45 


>5 


8 


10 <! 


U I 


4 30 


30 ? 


4 5< 


31 


M. 


a6 


II 53 


u 14 


9 


9 


II 36 


9 ■■> 


10 37 


j6 


4 


.04S 


^16 rt 


5 "9 


31 3 


^ ♦' 


>i 5 


Tu 


37 


morn. 


11 57 


9 


10 






II g 


36 


6 


II 3C 


!"<5 5 


6 I 


»i 5 


6 3 


ai 5 


W. 


38 


45 


iS 


9 


10 


39 


9 10 


II 50 


36 


3 






64, 


^i 3 


7 


ai 


Th. 


39 


I 37 


1 


9 


9 


I 18 


9 8 




36 




a; 


'25 7 


7 '9 


30 7 


7 37 


ao a 


F. 


30 


a 29 


I 36 


9 


7 


' 55 


9 5 


47 


»5 


I 


i ( 


34 7 


7 5« 


'9 9 


l'^ 


in 1 


S. 


'" 


3 19 


a 14 


9 


3 


J 32 




I 34 


»3 


10 


I 43 




834 




85a 


18 


M«^W,j 


4ft, IQi.. 


ign. 0^ 


10«- 6^ 1 


PAow* c/ t/ie Moon. 


Jfoon'j Declination ai Noon. \ 






H.D. 




' ii.i> 




tr 


= , 


H.D. 


1 


D. B. 

Laat Qaartcr • 4. y 
New 13 6 


u. 

ai Afternoon. 

41 Afternoon. 




ON. 


ol 9 
8[ 10 


411. 7 
08.20 


;i 


18. 5 



;l 


SiS.aQ 
3 38 


First Qaarter 19 8 


6 Afternoon. 


5 1 


' 


5 ■" 
3 " 
8 13 


4 5* 


'9 


7 40 
4 17 


37 
38 


9 35 
47 


Full 36 5 55 Afternoon. 


8 


9 17 
3 30 


ai 


39 


In Apogee - - 6 5 
In Perigee - - ao 9 


Morning. 
a Aft«moon. 


6 I 


5 
3 


38 14 

10 15 

30 16 3 


IS 47 
9 22 
" 5" 


33 
34 


5 17 

41T.47 


30 


» 5 
a» 



^ WMer iM gim fbr Hnm Time It Flue ; if Gneawidi or lUDwsr Tina te nqpln^— Ar 
locvaMUBb I LirmooitoAllln. | FlKnonaMNM. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



79 



OC'l'OBER, 1863. 


• 

3 WE8TON-8UPE»-iy 


rAKF- 


HOLYHEAD. 


KINGSTOWN. 


si 

-«5 




4 

1 MOBHDrO. 

1 


ArrxBHooir. 


MOBlflNO. 


Afternoon. 


MOKNINO. 


Afternoon. 


Tfane. 


Hef^t. 


Time. 


Hei^t. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




H. x. 


F. I. 


B. M. 


W. I. 


H. x. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


f. I. 


D. 


I 8 59 


36 2 


9 16 


35 


— 


— 


• 


19 


^5 3 


I 2 


lo 8 


I 21 


10 5 


i8-3 


a 9 33 


33 9 


9 5<5 


32 7 


40 


14 


9 


I 2 


14 3 


I 41 


10 I 


2 2 


9 10 


19*3 


310 6 


31 3 


10 24 


31 


1 ^5 


13 


9 


I 48 


13 3 


2 25 


9 7 


2 47 


9 3 


20-3 


410 44 


28 9 


II 10 


27 8 


2 13 


12 


9 


2 40 


12 4 


3 12 


9 


3 39 


! ^ 


C 


5" 44 


26 u 


— 


— 


3 13 


12 





3 51 


II 9 


4 II 


8 6 


4 47 


8 4 


22*3 


t 20 


26 5 


I 4 


26 6 


4 33 


II 


8 


5 ^7 


II 9 


5 ^4 


8 4 


6 6 


8 5 


^3*3 


7 I 4^ 


26 10 


2 24 


a7 5 


5 5^ 


12 





6 30 


12 3 


<^ 43 


8 7 


I '7 


8 9 


H'3 


8 a 59 


28 4 


3 3a 


29 4 


7 


12 


8 


7 ^7 


13 I 


7 48 


9 


8 17 


9 3 


^5'3 


9 4 I 


30 5 


4 ^5 


31 7 


7 49 


13 


6 


8 8 


13 II 


8 41 


9 6 


9 a 


9 9 


26-3 


4 49 


32 8 


5 " 


33 10 


8 26 


14 


4 


8 42 


14 9 


9 23 


9 I' 


9 41 


10 3 


*7'3 


I 5 31 


34 9 


5 51 


35 7 


858 


15 


2 


9 15 


'5 5 


958 


10 5 


10 13 


10 7 


a8-3 


2 6 II 


3^ 3 


6 30 


36 10 


9 3a 


15 


9 


9 49 


15 13 


10 29 


10 9 


10 45 


10 II 


• 


3 ^48 


37 3 


7 6 


37 9 


10 d 


16 


I 


10 20 


16 3 


II 2 


II 


II 10 


II I 


0-7 


4 7 ^4 

5 8 


37 " 


7 42 

8 18 


37 10 


10 37 


16 


3 


10 54 


16 2 


II 37 


11 1 


II 57 


II 


i"7 


37 9 


37 5 


II 13 


16 


I 


II 33 


15 " 


— 


— 


17 


10 II 


27 


6 8 37 


37 


857 


^6 5 


II 54 


15 


8 


— 


— 


36 


10 10 


57 


10 8 


3*7 


7 9 17 


35 8 


9 3<^ 


34 9 


17 


^5 


5 


42 


15 


1 19 


10 6 


I 42 


10 3 


4*7 


S 9 55 


33 9 


10 18 


3» 8 


I 7 


14 


8 


I 33 


14 3 


2 7 


10 I 


2 33 


9 10 


5'7 


pio 44 


31 7 


II 13 


30 7 


2 3 


13 


10 


2 37 


13 6 


3 3 


9 7 


3 35 


9 5 


J 


on 48 


29 II 


— 


— 


3 14 


13 


2 


3 56 


13 


4 12 


9 ^ 


451 


9 I 


7-7 


I 27 


29 9 


I J3 


30 


4 40 


13 


I 


5 ^5 


13 3 


5 31 


9 1 


6 13 


^ 1 


8-7 


a I 54 


30 6 


a 33 


31 4 


6 3 


13 


7 


6 37 


13 II 


6 50 


9 5 


7 ^4 


9 8 


9.7 


3 3 10 


32 4 


3 45 


33 5 


7 5 


14 


4 


7 33 


14 9 


7 55 


9 II 


8 25 


10 2 


10*7 


4 4 16 


34^ 7 


4 45 


35 7 


7 57 


15 


2 


8 20 


15 6 


853 


10 5 


9 18 


10 7 


^ '.7 


5 1 " 


3^ 5 


5 37 


37 2 


8 40 


►15 


10 


9 I 


16 I 


9 40 


10 9 


10 


10 II 


12*7 


660 


37 7 


6 22 


37 9 


9 22 


.16 


3 


9 42 


16 4 


10 19 


II 1 


10 38 


II 2 





7 ^ 44 


37 10 


7 5 


37 " 


10 1 


16 


4 


10 19 


16 3 


10 58 


II 2 


II 18 


II I 


14-7 


7 ^5 
982 


37 8 


7 44 


37 3 


10 37 


16 


2 


10 56 


15 " 


II 38 


II 


" 59 


10 II 


i5"7 


3^ 9 


8 19 


3<5 2 


II 15 


15 


8 


II 34 


^5 5 




— 


18 


10 9 


i6«7 


8 37 


35 ^ 


854 


34 8 


II 54 


•^5 


I 


— 


— 


37 


10 6 


57 


10 4 


17-7 


1 9 II 


33 9 


9 a? 


32 10 


15 


14 


8 


s^ 


14 3 


I 17 


10 I 


I 37 


9 10 


18-7 


rXenSp 


■<ng> jgft. Jin. 


gft. QijL 


5ft. gin. 


Equation of Time <U Noon. 1 


K. ■» 




1U>. 


ic. a. 






ICD. 


M. B. 


> 


ILD. 


M. B. 




xo 14 


Add. 


9 


12 3^ 


Add 


• 


17 


14 30 


Add. 


^5 


15 4<5 


Add. 


10 33 




10 


12 52 






18 


1442 




26 


15 53 




10 52 




11 


13 8 






19 


14 53 




27 


15 59 




11 10 




12 


13 ^3 






20 


15 3 




28 


16 4 




II 28 




13 


13 37 






21 


15 ^3 




29 


16 8 




II 46 




14 


13 51 






22 


15 »a 




30 


16 12 




13 3 




15 


H 5 






^3 


15 31 




31 


16 15 




12 20 




16 


14 17 






a4 


15 39 











HicfnigliWMriMglfeiilbrMnBTiiiieatFIace; if OreenwiohorBaflwayTlBiebereqiiiredy^for 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 

















OCTOBER, 


1863 
















B> 


. 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDEIUtr. 


SUGO BAT. 






|3 












1 


5 


MoaKiNO, 


Attermoom. 


MonsiKU. 


Afteunoos. 


MOBSISO. 


AFTZRKOtH 








Tiffio. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Hdght 


Kmo. 


H^ 






□. u. 












a. u. 










11. M. 




a. M. 




Th 


I 


2mj7 


38 


9 


4 


° 57 


9 3 




7 


1 


10 i^ 


6 ic* 


7 24 


10 4 


7 43 


91: 


F. 


a 


3 4« 


I 19 






I 42 


8 JO 


10 40 


6 


6 


II 7 


6 2 


8 3 


9 6 


8 j« 


I: 


S. 


3 


4 39 


a 6 


8 


8 


3 30 


8 5 


'« 35 


5 


10 




— 


85c 


8 9 


9 "9 


;&• 


4 


.^ =s 


* 55 


3 


3 


3 13 


8 I 


8 


5 


6 


43 


5 3 


9 48 


8 


IQ 21 


7 ^' 


M. 


.5 


6 16 


3 5^ 


7 


II 


4 ^9 


7 10 


I 20 


5 


2 


a 3 


5 1 


11 c 


7 8 


n 39 


7 1 


Tu. 


rj 


7 3 


5 (> 


7 


9 


5 47 


7 9 


a 4.9 


5 




3 25 


5 5 






21 


7 ' 


VV. 


7 


7 4^^ 


6 37 


7 


9 


I ^ 


7 10 


4 




7 


4 39 


5 9 


I 1 


7 10 


I 36 


6 


Th. 


8 


8 so 


^ ^-^ 


7 




8 2 


8 2 


4 55 


6 





5 17 


<S 3 


3 ? 


8 4 


» 34 


8 : 


K. 


9 


9 '3 


8 23 


8 


4 


842 


8 7 


5 35 


6 


5 


5 5* 


6 8 


a 54 


9 I 


3 12 


9 


S. 


10 


9 57 


9 


8 




9 17 


9 « 


6 10 


6 


10 


6 37 


7 J 


3 38 


9 9 


3 44 


10 


&- 


11 


10 41 


9 34 


9 


2 


9 51 


9 3 


6 46 


7 


3 


7 3 


7 5 


4 *= 


lo 5 


4 17 


10 


M. 




II 27 


10 8 


y 


,5 


10 3,^ 


9 6 


7 31 


7 




7 39 


7 8 


4 35 


11 


4 SI 




Tu, 


1.3 


oaii5 


10 42 


9 


6 


.038 


9 7 


7 5^' 


7 


9 


8 11 




5 " 


II 4 


S 18 


u 


W. 


14 


1 8 


"> 15 


9 


7 


II 33 


9 6 


8 a; 


7 




844 


7 9 


5 45 


" 5 


6 2 


11 


Th 


i.S 


2 .5 


11 52 


9 


6 


— 




9 a 


7 


8 


9 19 


7 ft 


6 31 


II 3 


641 


II 


F. 


16 


2 J9 


12 


9 


5 


33 


9 4 


9 38 


7 


4 


9 59 


7 a 


7 1 


10 9 


7 22 


10 


S. 


'7 


3 57 


056 


9 


3 


I 31 


9 3 


10 21 







10 4,^ 


6 9 


7 44 




8 8 


9 


*. 


18 


4 55 


.47 


9 





» 15 


8 10 




6 


5 


" 54 


6 3 


834 


9 <S 


9 7 


9 


M. 


'9 


5 53 


346 


8 


8 


.3 19 


8 6 


— 






036 


5 1" 


9 44 


8 11 


10 23 


8 


Tu, 


10 


6 47 


3 54 


8 


4 


4 34 


8 3 


1 20 


5 


10 


3 8 


5 'o 


'• 5 


8 7 


11 47 


8 


W. 


II 


7 40 


5 14 


8 


3 


5 55 


8 3 


3 50 


() 





3 31 


6 3 




— 


la 


8 t 


Th. 


l^ 


8 31 


(i 35 


8 


4 


I " 


8 5 


4 5 


6 


6 


4 33 


6 9 


I 8 


9 


1 43 


9 


F. 


n 


9 21 


7 40 


8 


7 


I 7 


8 10 


4 56 


6 


II 


5 19 


7 J 


3 13 


9 7 


2 38 




8. 


14 


10 12 


3 31 


9 


I 


854 


9 3 


5 4' 


7 


4 


6 4 


7 6 


3 1 


10 4 


3 11 


10 


*. 


^5 


II 3 


9 16 


9 


5 


9 37 


9 6 


6 36 






6 49 


7 9 


3 4^ 


10 11 


4 3 


II 


"M. 


1 6 


11 53 


9 58 


9 


7 


10 17 


9 8 


7 "' 


7 


10 


7 32 


7 " 


4 34 


11 4 


4 45 




Tu 


17 


morn. 


10 37 


9 


7 


10 50 


9 7 


8 ^' 


7 


II 


8 to 


7 1' 


5 e 


II 6 


5 27 




W. 


28 


45 


II 15 


9 


6 


'i 34 


9 5 








8 46 


7 8 


5 4^ 


n 4 


4 


II 


Th. 


29 


I 37 


11 53 


9 


4 


— 


— 


9 3 


7 


5 


9 ao 


7 3 


633 


10 II 


641 


10 


F. 


30 


3 29 


13 


9 


3 


33 


9 J 


938 


7 




9 56 


6 9 


7 1 


10 3 


7 20 


9 1 


S. 


51 


3 "9 


53 


9 


° 


I 15 


8 10 


10 15 


6 


6 


10 35 


6 3 


7 39 


9 6 


7 59 


9 


Hdf Man Spring} 

Banee. / 


4ft. gin. 


3 


rt. iQin. 


5"- 7*"- 


Phatea of the Moon. 


Mooa'a Declination at Noon. 






M.D. 







M.D, 


. 


¥.!>. 




N-D. 





■D. H. 
LastQuartoT- 4 7 
New 11 6 


X. 

31 Ailernoon. 
43 Afternoon. 




30 N. 
31 


8 


9 


4N. 7 

os-ao 


17 3 

18 1 


'8- i 



!i 


9if.> 

13 3 


First Quarter ip 8 OAfWrnoon. 
FuU a6 5 55 Afternoon. 


3 
4 


18 


5 
3 
8 


13 


4 5^ 
9 17 
13 30 


19 I 

10 1 


7 40 
4 17 
3 


39 


17 

19 a 
30 4 


In Apogee - - 6 5 
In Perigee - - ao 9 


Morning. 
Afternoon. 


6 
7 


■5 

12 

8 


8 


14 


.6 47 
19 33 
30 51 


22 
23 
24 


J "7 
14 
4H.47 


30 
31 


30 a 



TV itoff ^ "igfc wtu m> gJM ftr Mmb Time M Pbee i if TTnhlin nrBithmjTtiiii Uiiifitwi. i 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



8] 



OCTOBER, 1863. 



GALWAT. 



MOBXIHO. 



9 

lO 

" 33 



6 46 

7 a? 

8 12 



8 



o 
I 

* 45 



13 
18 

6 



3 
3 



20 
55 



4 »9 

5 4 



5 
6 



43 

22 

7 7 

758 

B 59 

10 13 

11 41 

ao 

1 a,3 
a 15 

3 a 
3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 



^5 

4 

44 

22 



Height. 
F. I. 

4 1 
2 II 

' 9 

o 6 

9 '' 
9 " 

o J 

10 

1 10 

2 9 

3 7 

4 4 

4 10 

5 a 
5 o 
4 <5 
3 10 



2 
I 

I 
I 
I 

2 

3 

4 
4 
5 
5 

4 

3 

2 



II 
10 

3 
6 

10 

I 

5 
II 

2 

o 

6 

10 

II 



ArrxBHooK. 



Time. 

7 6 

7 50 

8 36 

9 31 
10 48 

48 

1 45 

2 26 

3 3 



3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 



37 
12 

45 

»3 
2 

44 
3a 



8 27 

9 33 
10 55 



o 
I 

2 



55 
50 
40 



3 
4 



a3 
5 

4 44 

5 M 

3 

4a 
22 



6 
6 

7 



Height 

F. I. 

3 61 

* 41 

I I 

o 2 

9 10 

5 

1 4 

2 4 

3 3 



4 
4 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 

2 
I 
I 

2 

3 

4 



o 

7 
I 

I 

9 

2 



4 
6 



3 
3 



4 91 
5 

5 » 
4 10 

4 a 

2 6 



tMmnBvrtDg 



] 7^ 6*°- 



QUBENSTOWN. 



MORHDfC 


\. 


Time. 


Height. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


7 II 


II 


3 


7 49 


10 


6 


8 27 


9 


9 


9 9 


9 


I 


10 8 


8 


7 


II 30 


8 


5 


II 


8 


7 


I 23 


9 





2 20 


9 


8 


3 3 


10 


4 


3 41 


II 





4 18 


II 


6 


4 55 


II 


10 


5 31 


12 





6 9 


II 


II 


6 48 


II 


7 


7 31 


II 


I 


8 14 


10 


6 


9 8 


9 


II 


10 13 


9 


6 


»i 39 


9 


6 


19 


9 


9 


I 32 


10 


3 


2 32 


10 


II 


3 22 


11 


6 


4 7 


11 


10 


4 49 


12 





5 32 


II 


10 


6 II 


II 


7 


6 48 


II 


I 


7 25 


10 


6 



Aftbrnoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 

7 30 

8 7 

8 48 

• 

9 34 
10 46 

48 

1 54 

2 42 

3 22 

4 o 

4 36 

5 12 

5 50 

6 28 

7 9 

7 52 

8 40 

9 37 
10 53 

o 57 
a 4 

2 58 

3 46 

4 28 

5 i^ 

29 
7 6 
7 43 



Height. 

F. IJ 
10 II 
10 2 

9 5 
8 5 



8 

9 
10 

10 

II 
II 
II 
12 
II 
II 
10 

10 

9 
9 

10 
10 
II 

II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
10 
10 



9 

4 
o 

8 

3 
8 

II 

o 

9 

4 
10 

2 
8 



o 

'7 
3 

II 
II 

9 

4 
10 

3 



5ft. 10*" 



WATERFOBD. 



MOBNIHO. 



Time. 

H. M. 

7 32 

8 7 

8 43 

9 25 

10 30 

11 47 
o 
I 
2 

3 



4 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 
7 



24 
31 

31 

18 

I 
40 
16 

51 
30 

9 
50 



8 32 

9 23 
^o 34 

II 54 

31 

1 41 

2 46 



3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 
7 



40 

30 
II 

52 

3i 

9 

45 



Height 
F. I. 



12 
II 
10 

10 

9 
9 
9 

9 
o 



I 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



2 

6 

9 

I 

5 
2 

3 

9 

5 
I 

9 
2 

5 
8 

/ 

5 
I 



I 6 

O II 

o 4 

o 

o 

I 

I 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



3 

5 
o 

9 

3 

7 

7 
6 



I II 

I 6 



Aftxrhook. 



Time. 

H. M 

7 49 

8 25 

9 



9 
II 



54 
6 



o 59 

2 3 
^ 55 

3 40 



4 

4 

5 
6 

6 

/ 
8 



21 

58 
32 
10 

49 
30 
10 



8 56 

9 56 
II 13 



I 
2 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 
8 



•7 
15 
14 

6 

5» 

31 
12 

50 
27 

2 



Height. 
F. 1. 



II 
II 
10 

9 
9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
II 

II 
10 
10 

10 
II 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
II 
II 



10 
2 



91 

3 



o 

4 

7 
8 

6 

3 
Id 



3 

7 



8 

5 
o 

7 
7 
5 

9 

3 






i8-3 
i9'3 

20»3 

([ 

22-3 

23*3 

24*3 

25*3 
9|26-3 

27*3 
28.3 



• *. 



i'7 
2-7 
3*7 
4-7 

5*7 

]) 

7-7 

8-7 
9.7 

io'7 

II-7 

I2»7 

O 
14-7 

i5'7 
i6«7 

17-7 

18-7 



gfl. 2in. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



10 
xo 
10 
II 
II 
II 
la 
13 



14 

33 

5^ 
10 

28 
46 

3 
ao 



Add. 



ILD. 

9 
10 

II 

12 

J3 

15 
16 



IC 8. 

12 36 

12 52 

13 8 

13 23 

13 37 

13 51 

14 5 
14 17 



Add. 



]U>. 

17 
18 

19 
20 

21 

22 

23 
24 



IC 8. 

14 30 
14 42 

14 53 

15 3 
15 13 
15 22 

15 31 
15 39 



Add. 



M.D. 

25 
26 

27 
28 

29 
30 
31 



IC 8. 

15 46 
15 53 

15 59 



16 
16 
16 
16 



4 
8 

12 
15 



Add. 



■ of H}^ Walaran fifvi fw Mean Time at FUce; if Dablin or Railway Time be nquiKd,— fcr 

■• I QviDuraTowv add 8 m. | WjixxBiOBDMUilm. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE . 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 


1 


a 


-" = 


BREST. 


DEVONPOET. 1 


P0ET8M0UTH. 


» 


s 


II 








1 






MOBNISO. 


AnSRMDON. 


MOBHIHO. 


AnsKHOOK. 


MORKIKa, 


AvTBur 








Ttat 


Height] Timo. 


Height 


Ttae. 


He<«.e.| 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Hdjlilj 


TlDA E 














H. M. 










a. M. 




H. «, 






R. H. 1 


»■ 


1 


4n.8 


6 46 


'5 


J 


7 7 


14 S 


S «p 


'3 




8 46 


" 7 


3 27 


II 


3 


3 471 


M. 


2 


4 .5.5 


7 29 


14 


3 


7 54 


13 7 


9 ' 


12 


10 


103^ 


II 9 


3 7 


10 


8 


3 27' 


Tu. 


3 


.5 40 




13 


3 


8 5t> 




9 5* 


13 


3 




II 3 


3 5' 


10 


3 


4 j8 


W. 


4 


6 24 


9 3' 






10 8 


"3 


j» 


11 


10 


[I 30 


11 3 


4 50 


9 


8 


5 *1 


Th. 


5 


7 (^ 


10 47 


13 


2 


II 32 


13 6 




— 




7 


12 C 


5 59 


9 


7 


6 36 


F. 


6 


7 49 


" 54 


13 









45 


II 


8 


I 19 


13 7 


7 9 


9 


II 


7 4H 


S. 


7 


8 33 




14 


6 


49 


■5 ■ 


" 53 


13 


J 


3 33 


13 4 


8 11 




6 


8 401 


»■ 


8 


9 18 


I 14 


15 


9 


I 34 


.(i .5 


a 49 


13 


4 


3 16 


14 3 


9 5 




2 


938, 


M. 


9 


10 6 


1 .54 


'7 




3 12 


■7 i 


3 40 


14 


3 


4 3 


14 7 


9 49 




10 


10 81 


Tu. 





'o 5/ 


3 31 


18 


3 


3 53 


.8 9 


4 as 


14 


10 


4 4fi 


>5 I 


37 




4 


10 491 


vv. 




II 53 


3 13 


'9 


1 


3 32 


19 3 


5 7 


'5 


4 


5 37 


'5 5 


' 9 




8 


11 37 1 


Th. 


2 


oa49 


3 53 


19 


J 


4 1.5 


■ 9 « 


5 48 


■5 


7 


^ s* 


15 7 


I 49 




10 


— 


F. 


3 


1 49 


4 35 


19 


6 


456 


19 4 


6 31 


15 


10 


6 50 


15 5 


12 




10 


35' 


S. 


14 


2 45 


5 18 


19 


I 


5 40 


18 9 


7 " 


15 


9 


7 33 


15 2 


56 




9 


I 19 1 


*■ 


.■i 


3 47 


6 4 


18 


5 


639 


17 10 


756 


'5 


5 


8 18 


14 8 


1 41 




6 


* V 


M. 


16 


4 43 


655 


17 


3 


7 23 


16 7 


8 43 


15 




9 9 


14 


3 30 






»5«' 


Tu. 




•P^ 


7 5^ 


16 


3 


8 34 


■5 <■ 


9 36 


14 


3 


10 3 


13 2 


3 »3 




7 


3 501 


vv. 


18 


rt 28 


9 5 


■i 




9 32 


"5 


10 35 


13 


8 


II 8 


13 S 


4 21 




J 


4 5' 


Th. 


'9 


7 18 




15 





10 49 


'5 2 


II 45 


13 


4 







5 »6 


10 


8 


6 a 


F. 




8 7 


II 27 


15 


4 






45 




9 


I 3 


13 7 


637 


10 


8 


7 14 


S. 




S j(5 


2 


15 


8 


33 


i<) 1 


1 40 


13 


5 


a 14 


14 


7 5° 




I 


833 


». 




9 4,5 


I 1 


16 


6 


1 37 


16 II 


a 44 


'4 





3 " 


14 .5 


8 52 




; 


9 31 


M. 


33 


:o 36 


I 52 


17 


5 


a 1. 


■7 9 


3 39 


14 


6 


4 4 


r4 8 


9 47 


13 





10 11 


Tu. 
VV. 


24 


ti 28 


336 


iS 




3 5^ 


.8 , 


4 a8 


'4 


10 


4 46 


"5 


10 3' 


12 


3 


10 5a 


2 


morn 


3 18 


i3 


5 


33S 


■8 5 


5 ■= 


15 


2 


5 3 


'5 


11 14 


12 


3 


'I 34 


Th. 
F. 

S. 


2(' 


19 


3 5S 


18 


3 


4 lE 


18 a 


5 5 


•5 


3 


6 K 


14 ji 


" 55 


13 


3 


— 


a 




4 3, 


iS 





+ .5^ 


17 9 


63= 


'5 


3 


(5 + 


'4 7 


° 15 


13 


2 


34 


a: 


3 c 


5 »•: 


'7 


6 


5 3 


1; 3 


7 


'4 


IJ 


7 I 


14 a 


53 


I' 


I' 


1 11 


^. 


»5 


3 46 


S 4 


16 


11 


6 ., 


16 ; 


7 3 


H 


6 


7 5 


.3 <= 


I 25 


II 


9 


I 46 


M. 


3 


3 34] 6 3 


16 


' 


64 


'5 9 


8 


13 


^' 


8 3 


13 IJ 


a 5 


" 


5 


a 34 


H»ltM«n BpriBgl 
Bango. J 


go. g-. 


yn. gta. 


6"- 4'"^ 


B^u 0/ lAe Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D, S 


N. 


K-D. 





, 


K,D. 




M.11. 





/ 


K-D. 


LastQaarter- 3 3 


34 Afternoon. 


I 


Sn 


44 


9 


1 s. 5.5 


17 


10 


■59 


35 a 


New II 7 59 Morning. 


a 


6 


18 




5 38 




6 


30 


36 3 


Firat Quarter 18 3 


J Morning. 


3 


3 


13 


11 


18 35 


19 


I 


a5 


37 3 


FuU 35 5 


I Morning. 


4 


9 


35 


13 


la 38 




3^ 


•3' 


38 I 






.<; 


5 


32 


13 






8 


"3 


39 1 


In Apogee - - 3 


Morning. 


6 




13 


H 


30 ao 


|33 


13 


37 


30 I 


In Perigee - - 15 i 


Morning. 


7 


39 


16 


'-'! 


8 15 


I33 


16 






In Apogee - - 30 ic 


Afternoon. 


8 


7 


42 


Ijl. 


•5 3 


JH 


18 


43 





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BBinSU AND miSH FORTS. 



8^ 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 



DOVER, 



KORVIHO^ 



L M 

a 

2 48 

3 3a 

4 a? 

5 ap 

6 35 

7 37 

8 29 

9 12 

9 54| 
o 37 

I 22 

o 32 



I 
2 

3 

4 

S 
5 

7 

B 

i 



20 
II 

4 
o 

o 

4 
16 

16 
10 

57 
42 
28 



F. 1. 

16 6 

H 
13 
13 

'5 

16 

17 
18 

18 

18 



7 
8 

II 

9 
3 
2 

2 
2 



7 
II 



> 28 
45 



'9 

18 

£8 

17 
r6 

15 

15 
16 

16 

17 

17 
18 

18 



o 
I 
2 
6 
6 
I 

9 

5 
10 

o 

o 



17 8 



17 4 
16 II 



ArrxxHooN. 



Time. 



2 
3 

3 

4 
6 

7 
8 



28 
8 

57 

58 

2 

7 
5 

851 

9 32 

10 17 

10 59 

11 46 

o 9 
o s6 



I 
2 

3 
4 



45 
37 
31 
28 



5 3a 

6 40 

7 48 

844 

9 35 

10 20 

11 6 
II 48 

o 8 

48 

1 26 
a 5 



II 



I 
2 



Height 
F. I. 

6 

5 

4 3 

3 9 

3 u 

4 8 

5 8 

8{ 



6 

7 
8 

8 

9 

9 
8 lol 



7 
4 

9 

o 

o 



SHEERNESS. 



MOBXINO. 



Time. 
H. M. 



3 

4 

5 
5 
7 



36 
16 

I 

58 

12 



8 

7 
6 

5 

5 

5 
6 

7 

7 
8 

8 

7 
7 



4 
6 

8 

9 
5 



8 
o 
I 
II 
10 
6 



6 8 



8 28 

9 31 

10 24 

11 8 

" 45 
o 4 

o 46 

» 7 

2 48 

3 34 

4 26 

5 24 
^ 34 
7 53 
9 5 



Height. 
F. I, 



10 
II 
II 48 
8 

51 

31 
6 



o 
o 
I 

2 



2 40 

3 15 



4 

3 

3 
2 

2 

2 



8 
II 

3 
9 

10 
6 



4 3 

4 10 

5 6 



5 
6 

6 

6 

5 

5 
4 

4 
3 
3 

4 

4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



9 

2 

4 
3 

I 

7 
II 

4 

9 
10 

3 

8 

2 
6 
8 

9 
9 

5 



Aftexnoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 



3 

4 



55 
38 



5 aS 
<5 35 



7 
9 
9 



50 
o 

59 



5 a 
4 9 



10 48 

11 27 

25 

' 5 

1 47 

2 27 

3 10 

3 59 

4 54 

5 59 

7 13 

8 29 

9 39 

10 35 

11 25 

30 

1 II 

1 49 

2 23 

a 57 

3 34 



Height. 



F. I, 

4 

3 

2 

2 
2 

3 

3 



3 

7 
II 

6 

8 

2 

10 



4 
5 

6 
6 
6 
6 

5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 

4 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
4 



o 

3 

4 
2 



10 

3 

/ 

o 

9 

o 



LONDON. 



K* 



MoxxxxOb 



Time. 

H. M. 



5 

5 
6 

7 



6 

46 

31 
^7 

8 39 

9 5^ 
10 58 

(^" 5.3 
o 17 

j8 

1 36 

2 16 

a 54 

3 34 

4 18 

5 4 
556 

6 55 
8 2 



9 ^7 
6|io 31 



II 
4 

9 
9 
7 
4 

o 



8prfiiff> Qft. ^in. 



gft. o*«>- 



II 
o 
o 
I 

2 

3 
3 

4 
4 



37 

5 

56 

41 
22 

o 
35 
II 

46 



Height 
F. I. 



7 
7 

6 

5 
5 
5 



9 

o 

3 
8 

5 
6 



5 II 



6 

7 

7 
8 

9 
9 



7 
o 

9 

5 
o 

4 
6 



9 3 
8 9 

8 2 

7 5 
6 II 

6 8 

6 10 



7 

7 
8 

8 

8 

8 8 

8 6 

8 3 
7 II 



3 
6 



Aftexnoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 

26 

9 

56 

I 

16 
26 
2 



5 
6 

6 

8 

9 
10 

II 



Height 
F. 1. 



O 

I 
I 
2 

3 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
II 



o 
I 

2 
2 

3 

3 

4 
5 



37 

17 
56 

35 
15 
5^ 

41 
29 

^5 

^7 
40 

55 
7 

30 

19 
2 

41 

17 
5a 

28 
4 



7 
6 

5 
5 
5 
5 



5 
8 

II 



5 



6 3 



^1 



7 
8 

8 

9 
9 
9 

9 

8 

7 

7 
6 

6 

7 



7 
8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 



19-7 

20"7 

a 

6J22'7 
23.7 

24-7 

a5'7 

26-7 

27*7 
28'7 



4 
1 



9 

2 

5 



o 
6 

9 

2 

9 
8 



2 

6 
8 

/ 



I'2 
2'2 

3*3 

4-2 

5-2 
6-2 

J 
8-2 

9'2 
IO'2 



7 8 



11*2 
9jI2*2 

13-2 

o 

^5*3 

l6'2 

17*2 

i8-2 
19*2 



Qft. MlU 



Equation of Time at Noon, 



^ 




icn. 


IC. 8. 




ILD. 


M. B. 




ILD. 


K. 8. 




17 


Add. 


9 


16 2 


Add. 


17 


14 54 


Add. 


^5 


la 54 


Add. 


18 




10 


15 57 




18 


14 4a 




26 


12 35 




18 




II 


15 50 




19 


14 a9 




^7 


12 16 




18 




12 


15 43 




20 


14 15 




28 


II 56 




i6 




13 


15 35 




21 


14 




29 


II 35 




«4 




14 


15 3^ 




22 


13 45 




30 


II 14 




XI 




15 


15 i^ 




^3 


13 a8 










'i 


x6 


15 6 




H 


13 " 











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TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 


Q 


i 


■"3 


HARWICH. 


HULL. 


SUNDEBLANIX 


MoRNiiia. 


Aftkhsoon. 


MOR^TINC. 


Aftebboox. 


Motuaxa. 


ArXKiMM 








Tima, 


Heiglit, 


Tim*. 


Heiglit 


Time, 


Hdght. 


Time, 


Height 


Time. 


Heiebt. 


Tin*. 


H<( 












I. 














B. M. 




H. M. 




£• 


1 


4m8 


2 55 


[O 


6 


3 13 


10 3 


9 3' 


i3 I 


9 5' 


17 7 


6 36 


13 3 


648 


11 


M. 


a 


4 55 


3 33 


10 


I 


3 53 


9 10 


10 14 


17 1 


10 40 


.6 7 


7 10 


II 6 


2^5 


II 


Tu 


3 


5 40 


4 "4 


9 


8 


4 40 


9 6 


II 9 


16 2 


II 43 


■5 " 


8 


10 10 


8 30 


■ 


W. 


4 


6 34 


5 8 


9 


5 


.') 42 


9 4 








15 7 


9 6 


10 6 


9*1 




Th 




7 6 


6 18 


9 


4 


6 58 


9 5 


° 54 


|5 ^6 


I 37 


15 8 


10 19 


to 6 


■0 54 


10 


F. 


6 


7 49 


7 36 


9 


7 


8 8 


9 9 


a I 




a 30 


.6 3 


11 34 


10 11 


II ja 




S. 


7 


833 


8 33 


9 




9 6 




3 


16 10 


3 27 


17 5 




— 


tS 


II 


£. 


8 


918 


9 33 


10 


5 


9 57 


10 8 


3 53 


18 


4 17 


18 t 


43 


la 


' 7 


1% 


M. 


9 


10 6 


10 19 


10 




1038 


11 I 


4 37 


19 1 


4 55 


.9 s 


1 ag 


13 10 


■ 5° 


'J 


Tu 


ic 


'o .'J? 


10 57 


II 


3 


ti 17 


II 6 


5 13 


19 11 


5 33 


10 4 


a 9 


13 6 


a .9 


ij 


W. 


11 


11 5a 


II 39 


II 


7 


II 59 


II 8 


5 55 


30 7 


6 16 


20 10 


3 50 


1+ 


3 » 


'4 


Th 


12 


oa49 










II 9 


635 




6 56 




3 a? 


14 6 


3«8 


14 


F. 


13 


I 49 


37 


II 


9 


I 


11 9 


7 19 


21 3 


7 40 


21 3 


4 9 


.4 8 


4 30 


1+ 


S. 


'4 


i 49 


I 3J 


'I 


8 


1 41 


II 6 


8 


21 3 


8 33 


20 10 


4 5' 


14 6 


5 "3 


14 


»■ 


',5 


3 47 


a 5 


11 


5 


3 38 


"I 3 


845 


20 6 


9 10 


20 1 


S36 


14 


6 I 


i« 


M. 


16 


4 43 


a 5a 


11 




3 17 


10 11 


9 iS 


19 8 


10 I 


19 2 


6 39 


13 4 


657 


1] 


Tu 


17 


5 37 


3 42 


10 


9 


4 9 


10 7 


10 3D 


18 8 


.1 4 


18 3 


7 26 


13 8 


7 i; 


IS 


W. 


f8 


6 38 


438 


10 


5 


5 1° 


10 3 


IX 43 


17 10 


— 


— 


931 


13 I 


9 5 


It 


Th 


■9 


7 18 


5 4' 


10 




6 ,9 


10 2 


19 


17 6 


5fi 


'7 5 


9 44 


11 9 


10 31 


II 


h\ 


10 


8 7 




10 




7 37 




I 39 


17 5 




'7 7 


10 54 


II 10 


II a; 




S. 


21 


8 j6 


a 11 


10 


5 


8 46 


10 7 


2 34 


17 II 


3 7 


'8 5 


1.58 


13 4 


— 


■ 


»- 


23 


9 45 


9 '5 


10 


9 


9 44 


10 II 


3 37 


18 10 


4 4 


.9 3 


37 


13 8 


55 


u 
I! 


M. 


i.3 


1036 


10 13 


11 




10 3-5 


u 3 


4 30 


ly 6 


4 S3 


19 10 




13 a 


.48 


Tu 


14 


II 38 


II 


II 


4 




II 5 


5 '5 




5 37 




3 la 


13 6 


a 3J 


li 


W. 


-5 


morn 


ct 43 


11 


5 


~ 




5 59 


20 a 




ao 3 


a 54 


13 9 


3 14 


i: 


Th 


16 


19 


3 


II 


5 


34 


II 4 


6 42 


20 3 


7 s 


30 3 


3 34 


14 


3 54 


"J 


F. 


17 


I 10 


44 




3 


I 3 




7 33 


20 1 


7 39 


19 II 


4 " 


13 10 


4 89 


'S 


S. 


i3 


a 


I 30 


11 


I 


138 


■ 01. 


7 57 


19 9 


8 15 


19 6 


4 47 


13 6 


5 5 


4 


»■ 


19 


a 48 


I 57 


10 


10 


a 15 


10 9 


8 3* 


19 3 


85" 


18 10 


5 '3 


'3 I 


5 43 


I 


M 


30 


3 34 


a 33 


10 


7 


a 53 


'0 5 


9 10 


18 6 


9 39 


18 3 


6 1 


13 7 


15 aa 


11 


UftlfMciUiepHiigl 

lUnw. i 


gn. gin. 


10ft. 5... 


yn. gi- j 


Phaut of the Moon, 


Moon's Declinalion at Jffoom. | 


D. H. 


M. 


UI> 




HO 





M D 






• 


Laat Quarter - 3 3 


34 Afternoon. 


i 


i8«.44 


9 


II 8-55 


17 1 


OS. 59 


*5 


so] 


New -----11 7 59 Morning. 


3 


16 18 




'5 38 


18 


6 30 


li 


at 


First Quarter- 18 3 


5 Morning, 


3 


13 13 


11 


.8 3J^ 


"9 


' a5 


% 


M 


Full 35 9 


I Morning. 


4 


9 35 


13 






an-ai 


19 






5 


5 33 


13 


11 5 




8 13 


19 

3° 


17 


Iti Apogee - - 3 I 


Morning. 


6 


I 13 


14 


30 ao 


33 I 


3 a? 


>4 


In Perigee - - 15 i 


Morning. 


7 


3^.16 


15 


18 15 


33 I 


6 i 






la Apogee - • 30 10 


Afternoon. 


8 


7 43 


16 


'5 3 


34 I 


8 43 




.J 


The 


tim 


caofti 


ghWa 


era, 


reg 


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Place; 


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Bailw 


rTiiM 


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BRITISH AND IRISH FORTS. 



85 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 



KOBTH SHIELDS. 



IfoBimro. 



B. 

6 

I 

9 
o 

I 

o 



a? 

6 

37 

61 



F. I. 
II 2 



61 
8 



o .55 
; a8 

. lO 

54 
^o 
31 

*9 
38 

57 

7 

40 
ap 

14 
54 
35 
13 
50 



10 

9 
9 4 
9 6 

9 " 
10 3 

10 II 

11 7 



12 
12 

»3 
13 
13 



41 
II 

4 
6 



12 
12 
II 
10 10 



10 

3 
7 



ArmirooN. 



37 

5 



10 

10 

II 
II 
12 
f 2 
12 
12 
12 

II 
II 



8 
II 

6 
II 

5 
8 

9 
8 



II 
6 



Time. 

H. u, 

6 49 

7 38 

8 39 

9 55 
II 6 

31 

1 17 

1 55 

2 31 

3 9 

3 48 

4 3a 

5 16 

6 .5 
658 

8 2 

9 ^5 

10 33 

11 41 

12 

1 5 
1 5a 
a 34 
3 14 

3 54 

4 31 

5 8 

546I 

6 2 5 



Height* 
9. I. 

10 iq 
10 I 
9 61 

9 a 



I 

2 
2 

3 
3 
3 
3 

2 
2 
I 

o 
o 
I 
I 

I 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

I 
I 



7 

3 
o 

8 

2 

6 

4 



LEITEL 



MOBKIKO. 



4 35 

o| 5 ^7 

6 25 

7 3» 

8 49 
10 I 

" 5 



2 
8 



9 

2 

7 
9 
9 



8 
3 



Time. 
H. X. 

5 ^3 

6 9 

7 
8,10 

9 »5 

10 30 

11 25 

30 

1 8 

1 48 

2 26 

3 6 
3 48 



I 
I 



II 59 
o 23 

10 

5a 
a 33 
3 8 

3 44 

4 22 
4 59 



Height. 
F. 1. 




Bprliigj gft. Qin. 



4 

3 
2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 

6 



o 
2 

5 
o 

1 

6 



5 

4 
I 

6 

7 

4 



5 10 
5 3 



4 
3 
3 
3 



5 

9 

5 

7 
o 



Attebnoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 

5 46 

6 32 

7 33 

8 48 

10 o 

10 59 

11 50 

O II 

49 

1 28 

2 7 

a 45 

a? 
II 



3 
4 



4 6 

4 10 

5 5 
5 9 
5 10 
5 8 
5 3 
4 10 
4 4 



4 59 

5 55 
6 



8 
9 



56 

9 

28 



*o 34 
II 34 



o 
I 
2 
2 

3 
4 



47 

31 

13 

51 
26 

3 



Height. 
F. I. 



4 40 

5 19 



3 
2 

2 

I 

2 

2 



4 

4 

5 
6 

6 

6 



5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 



7 

9 

2 

10 

3 
10 

6 

o 
11 

9 
4 

7 



THUKSO, 



MoRNnfo. 



Time. 
H. M. 

II 38 

O I 
O j2 



2 

3 



I 

21 



7 

IC> 

I 
6 

5 
9 

3 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

4 
4 



I 

7 

TO 

9 

5 
01 

7 
I 



7 
7 



gtt. 2^' 



4 31 

5 ^7 

6 12 
6 47 

19 
56 

8 33 

9 16 

10 I 

10 51 

11 47 

17 

1 23 

2 41 

3 59 

5 7 

6 1 

6 45 

7 ^3 

8 I 

8 39 

9 15 
9 53 

10 31 

11 II 



Height. 
F. I. 



10 
10 

9 
8 

8 

9 
9 

10 
II 
12 

13 
13 
13 
13 

12 
II 
II 
10 
10 
10 
10 

II 
12 
12 



5 
o 

4 
II 

ri 

2 

10 

9 

9 
8 

4 
7 
5 



5 
8 

3 
8 

4 
4 
8 

3 
o 

6 



12 10 
12 9 



12 
12 



5 
o 



II 5 
10 II 



Aftebhooh. 



Time. 

H. M. 



o 
I 

2 

3 
5 
5 



24 
24 

40 

59 
I 

51 



6 30 

7 2 

737 

8 14 

854 

9 38 

10 2j 

II 19 



o 

2 

3 
4 
5 



48 
o 

»4 

35 
36 



6 24 

7 5 

7 41 

8 21 

857 

9 34 
10 12 

10 50 

11 32 



Height. 
F. 1. 



9 

I 

9 

9 

o 



1 3 

2 2 

3 

3 

3 

3 
2 

2 

II 

o 5 

o 4 

o 6 

O II 



19 
8bo 



922 

a3 
24 

^5 

26 



I 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
I 

I 
o 



-5 



D. 



27 
28 

( 

I 

2 



4 

5 



8 

9 
10 

II 
12 



913 
10 



7 
3 



2 
8 



15 
16 

17 

18 

'9 



7 
7 

7 
7 
7 
7 

7 
7 
7 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 
2 

I 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 



O 



2 
2 
2 

2 
2 



ft. Tin. 



ga. 7 



Equation of Time at Noon, 



16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 



17 
18 

18 

18 

16 

14 
II 

7 



Add. 



9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 



X. 8. 

16 2 

15 57 
15 50 
15 43 

15 35 
15 a6 
is i<5 
15 6 



Add. 



[.D. 

17 
18 

19 
20 

21 

22 

^3 

»4 



X. 8. 

14 54 
14 42 

14 29 



14 
14 



15 
o 



13 45 
13 a8 

13 II 



Add. 



X.D. 

^5 
26 

a? 
28 

29 
30 



X. 8. 

la 54 

" 35 
12 16 

II 5^ 

II 35 
II 14 



Add. 



of H||^ Wirtv ai6 gi?ai te Metn Time at Place ; if Qnenwidi or BaUway Tim 
■ «MtB. I LmxacUUm. | TsuBfOMftfUm. 



TroE TABLES FOE THE 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 


ft 


a 


» - 


GREENOCK. 




LIVERPOOL. 


FEHBBOKE. 


1 


§5 










HOSHIHO. 


Aftesnoon. 


MORNINO. 


AriEBNOOK. 


MoaKHia. 


Amc 








Tirao. 


Height. 


Tim.. 


Height 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Hrtghl 


Time. 


H<rie)it. 


T»» 


1 












H. M. 






H. it. 




n. u 




». H. 




s. >. 




£<- 


1 


4ni8 


3 JO 


8 11 


3 10 


8 





3 


■i'l 6 


3 3C 


3 1 10 


9 I' 


J7 5 


9 30 




M. 


a 


4 55 


3 30 


8 8 


3 ,51 


8 


6 


3 40 


11 3 


3 2 


la 7 


9 49 


16 4 


10 10 




Tu. 


3 


5 40 


4 15 


3 4 


4 43 


8 


3 


3 '8 


19 11 


3 5E 


19 6 


10 34 


'^ i 


11 3 




W. 


4 


6 34 


5 16 


8 1 


5 50 


8 




4 34 


■ 9 3 


5 1^ 


19 1 


n 34 


14 8 






Til 


5 


7 ' 


635 


8 


7 2 


8 





5 5 


19 3 


63 


19 6 


7 


14 9 


« 




P. 


6 


7 49 


7 34 


8 I 


8 6 


8 


3 


? 4 




7 34 


30 7 


I 31 


'5 2 


1 5i 




S. 


7 


833 


334 


8 5 


9 * 


8 


8 


8 3 


21 3 


8 2 




3 36 


16 3 


«5< 




»■ 


8 


9 '^ 


9 27 


8 10 


9 49 


9 





85c 


13 7 


9 IC 


23 4 


3 22 


17 8 


3 ♦< 




M. 


9 


10 6 


10 9 


9 3 


10 39 


9 


3 


9 "9 


34 


10 f 


24 7 


4 9 


18 ri 


4 3 




Til, 


10 


'° 57 


1050 


9 5 


II 13 


9 


6 


10 6 


^5 I 




25 6 


45430 


5 ' 




\V. 


II 


ti 5a 


!i 34 


9 7 


" ^^ 


9 


9 


10 47 


35 10 


II 7 


26 2 


5 39»°''« 


J'' 




Th 


12 


ca49 


— 






9 




11 38 


36 J 


ti 5c 


36 6 


6 1931 4 


«4 




F. 


13 


1 49 


39 


9 10 


I I 


9 


1 


— 


— 


13 


36 6 


7 231 5 


2 ": 




s. 


M 


2 49 


1 31 


9 10 


1 44 


9 





33 


36 4 


55 


3(5 c 


7 45 31 


8 S 




A- 


i,S 


3 47 


3 6 


9 9 


a 30 


9 


7 


1 17 


25 7 


1 4c 


35 


8 32.30 3 


8 3< 




M. 


(6 


4 4.3 


a 54 


9 


3 19 


9 


4 


a 4 


34 6 


3 35 


33 11 


9 20 


19 3 


9« 




Tu. 


'7 


5 37 


3 46 


9 3 


4 "4 




1 


2 57 


23 3 


3 a. 


33 8 


10 IJ 


'8 3 


.0 3( 




W. 


iS 


63^ 


4 45 


8 11 


5 1-5 


8 





3 59 


33 I 


4 3. 


31 7 


II 4 


17 1 


1. 3' 




Th- 


19 


7 '8 


5 5a 


S 8 


6 a8 


8 


7 


5 1. 


»i 5 


5 5-1 


31 7 




— 


» S 




F. 




8 7 


7 3 


8 7 


7 39 


8 


8 


633 


31 9 


7 6 


33 1 


45 


16 JO 


1 a 




S. 


11 


856 


814 


8 10 


845 


8 




7 +2 


33 6 


8 la 


23 


a 5 


17 5 


> 3S 




£■ 


23 


9 45 


9 14 


9 ' 


9 42 


9 


s 


8 38 


23 6 


9 3 


33 II 


3 9 


18 5 


3 4= 




M. 


13 


1° at 




9 3 


10 31 


9 


3 


9 '7 


34 4 


9 4£ 


34 8 


4 7 


'9 3 


4 33 




Tu. 


24 




■o 54 


9 4 


II 17 


9 


4 




24 10 


JO 3 


25 


4 j8 


19 10 


5 ' 




\V. 


25 


morn. 


II 40 


9 5 






- 


10 52 


25 ' 




«5 ' 


5 44 




6 t 




Til 


26 


19 




9 5 


33 


9 


5 


I' 34 


25 ' 


" 5 


34 ij 


6 35 


30 3 


6 4j 




F. 


17 




43 


9 5 


I 1 


9 


5 








34 9 


7 ' 


19 11 


7 IS 




S. 


23 


a □ 


1 19 


9 4 


I 36 


9 


4 


3= 


34 7 


4 


24 3 


7 37 


19 5 


7 J 




s- 


sg 


3 48 


I 54 


9 3 


a 13 


9 


s 


I J 


33 11 


J 3 


23 5 


8i3 


18 10 


8 3 




M. 


30 


3 34 


3 30 


9 I 


348 


9 


° 


I 4C 


33 


15 


33 7 


a5> 


18 2 


9 




H.lfH«jn8priwJ 4«- 10'- 


13"- O'"' 


IQft. gSn. 


Phasu of the Moon. 




D. H. U. 




H.D 


, 


M.U 




M.D. 


1 


M-a. 




Last Quarter - 3 3 34 Afternoor 




I 


8N.44 


9 ' 


'8-55 


J? 


JO a. 59 


"5 




New II 7 59 Morning 






6 18 




^ 38 


18 


6 ao 


36 




First Qoarter- 18 3 5 Morning 






3 13 


II 1 


8 35 


J9 


' =5 


37 




Full 15 9 I Morning 






9 35 


13 3 


38 




3N.3' 


aS 










5 32 


13 2 


I 5 


31 


8 13 


39 




In Apogeo - - 3 i Morning. 




6 


I 13 


14 3 




33 


13 37 






In Perigee - - 15 i Morning 




7 


38.16 


15 I 


8 15 


23 


16 I 






, In Apogee - - 30 iq Afternoor 




8 


7 43 


.6 , 


5 3 


34 


>8 43 







» of Hi^ Water ara given for Ktev Time kt Place ; if Grerairich or Bailwa; Time be r«q«ii 
QxnmcxaMUBi. I LmaaooL <M U m. I nKwmaM 



BBinSH AND miSH FORTS. 



87 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 


WESTON-SnFEH.BiIABE. 


HOLYHEAD. 


KINGSTOWN. 




Hounso. 


AlTSBHOOir. 

1 


MORITIKQ 


• 


Afternooit. 


MORNIKO. 


Aftebitoon. 


Tfane. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




H. M. 


V 


. I. 


•H. X. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


F. 


J. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


D. 


9 44 


3 


I 10 


10 


30 


11 


57 


13 


10 


I 19 


13 6 


I 57 


9 


7 


2 19 


9 5 


19-7 


lo i6 


39 II 


10 37 


28 


II 


I 42 


13 


I 


a 5 


i» 9 


a 41 


9 


2 


3 4 


? n 


20 '7 


" 3 


28 2 


II 3^ 


^7 


7 


a 33 


12 


4 


3 5 


12 a 


3 31 


8 


10 


4 3 


8 a ([ 


— 




— 


9 


^7 


3 


3 4a 


12 





4 21 


II 10 


4 40 


8 


6 


5 14 


8 622"7 


o 44 


2' 


7 5 


I 22 


^7 


8 


458 


12 


I 


5 34 


12 4 


5 47 


8 


7 


6 21 


8 9|a3'7 


I 5^ 


28 I 


2 28 


28 


10 


6 4 


12 


7 


6 33 


12 10 


651 


8 


II 


7 20 


9 I 


24-7 


3 o 


29 9 


3 31 


30 


8 


<5 59 


13 


3 


7 a3 


13 7 


7 47 


9 


4 


8 14 


9 6 


a5*7 


4 ^ 


3 


I 8 


4 26 


3a 


9 


7 46 


H 





8 6 


H 5 


8 39 


9 


9 


9 a 


10 


26-7 


450 


33 10 


5 13 


34 


9 


8 24 


14 


10 


8 41 


15 » 


9 a3 


10 


2 


9 4a 


10 5 


27.7 


5 35 


35 8 


558 


36 


4 


9 


'5 


6 


9 21 


^5 9 


10 


10 


7 


10 19 


10 9 


28-7 


SI 


3<5 10 


42 


37 


3 


9 41 


16 





10 


16 I 


10 37 


10 


II 


10 56 


II G 


• 


7 3 


37 9 


7 ^5 


37 


II 


10 18 


16 


3 


10 37 


16 3 


II 16 


II 


I 


II 38 


II 1 


1.2 


7 46 


3 


7 i^ 


8 6 


37 


10 


'o 57 


16 


3 


II 18 


16 2 


12 


II 





— 


— 


2*2 


8 47 

• 


37 ^ 


8 48 


37 


I 


II 42 


15 


II 


— 


-^ 


22 


10 


II 


45 


10 IC 


3*a 


9 10 


36 6 


9 3a 


35 


8 


t 


15 


8 


33 


15 5 


I 9 


10 


8 


I 34 


10 5 


4-2 


9 53 


34 10 


10 15 


33 


10 


I G 


15 


I 


I 28 


14 8 


2 I 


10 


3 


2 28 


10 ] 


5-a 


10 38 


3 


2 II 


11 6 


3a 





I 58 


14 


4 


2 29 


14 


a 57 


9 


II 


3 a? 


9 S 


6-2 


II 3^ 


3 


1 3 


— 


• 


— 


3 4 


13 


9 


3 41 


13 6 


4 3 


9 


6 


4 39 


9 A 


I) 


11 


30 10 


47 


30 


' ^ 


4 22 


13 


1 


i I 


13 6 


5 16 


9 


3 


5 50 


9 4 


8-2 


I a3 


30 10 


2 I 


31 


2 


5 35 


13 


6 8 


13 10 


6 22 


9 


5 


655 


9 / 


9'a 


a 37 


3 


I 8 


3 13 


3a 


3 


6 39 


.14 





7 8 


14 3 


7 a? 


9 


9 


7 57 


9 n 


10*2 


3 4<5 


3 


2 11 


4 18 


33 


8 


7 34 


14 


6 


7 59 


14 10 


8 26 


10 





855 


10 2 


II'2 


4 4^ 


34 4 


5 15 


34 


II 


8 23 


'5 





844 


15 a 


9 21 


10 


4 


9 44 


10 5 


I2»2 


5 39 


35 4 


6 3 


35 


7 


9 4 


15 


4 


9 a5 


15 5 


lo 3 


10 


6 


10 22 


10 J 


13-2 


6 26 


35 9 


6 48 


35 


10 


9 4<5 


15 


6 


10 6 


15 6 


10 42 


10 


8 


II 3 


10 £ 





7 9 


35 ^' 


7 28 


35 


9 


10 24 


15 


5 


10 40 


15 4 


II 22 


10 


8 


II 41 


10 7 


15.2 


7 43 


35 ^ 


8 2 


35 


2 


10 56 


15 


2 


II 14 


'5 


" 59 


10 


6 


— 


— 


l6»2 


8 19 


34 " 


8 36 


34 


1 


II 33 


H 


10 


II 53 


14 8 


18 


10 


4 


37 


10 3 


17*2 


8 5^ 


34 I 


9 9 


33 


7 


— 


— 


- 


12 


14 h 


^6 


10 


I 


I 15 


9 II 


i8-2 


9 ad 


33 


9 4» 


3a 


4 


33 


14 


2 


54 


13 II 


I 34 


9 


9 


I 54 


9 8 


19-2 


£5*-*««} 18«- 7*°- 


gft. 0^ 1 


5ft. gin. 1 


Equation of Time at Noon, 


x. s. 




JCD. 


X. 8. 




1 


ILD. 


H. 8. 




X.D. 


M. 8. 




16 17 


Add. 


9 


16 2 


Add.| 


17 


14 54 


Add. 


a5 


la 54 


Add. 


16 18 




10 


15 57 






18 


14 4a 




26 


la 35 




16 18 




II 


15 50 






19 


14 29 




a7 


12 16 




16 18 




T2 


15 43 






20 


14 15 




28 


II 5^ 




16 16 




13 


J5 35^ 






21 


14 




29 


II 35 




16 14 




H 


15 a6 






22 


13 45 




30 


II 14 




16 II 




IS 


15 i<5 






a3 


13 28 










16 7 




16 


15 6 






a4 


13 II 

• 











■ of llifl^ Wirtv are giTcn Ibr Ifem Time •! Place; if Qreeiiwioh or Bailwaj Th^ 

BOV-funHUXB 9M IS m. | HozTBiAP Odd 18 n. I ]Li]rQ«TOiniMMf«ot\iButQcTyQ&[itoL'^o^, 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 


a 


t 


.•e: 


BELFAST. 




LONDONDEEET. 




SLIQO BAT. 


I 


13 






























I 


s 


= H 


MOKKIKO. 


AriGRNOOM. 


MoBMHO. 


Afterhoon. 


MoKStHG 


■ 


Arrusooi 








Timo. 


Hpight. 


Time. 


Height 


TimB. 


Hoight. 


Time. 


^^.\ 


Time. 


Helnht. 


Time. 


H^ 








u. u. 


P. I. 


H. H. 










H. U, 






H. M. 






B. M. 




*■ 


1 


4018 


I 37 


8 8 


2 


8 


6 


ri I 


6 


II 29 


5 


9 


8 30 


8 


II 


844 


8 


M. 


i 


4 33 


2 23 


a 4 


1 47 


8 


3 


12 


5 6 








9 " 


8 


4 


9 4 


S 


Tu 


3 


.$ 40 


3 15 


8 J 


3 43 


8 




° 34 


5 4 


1 12 


3 


3 


10 14 


8 





10 5 


7' 


W. 


4 


6 14 


4 20 


7 " 


4 33 


7 


10 


I 54 


3 3 


1 3^ 


3 


4 


II 38 


7 


11 




— 


Th 


S 


7 f 


5 39 


7 10 


6 4 


7 




3 6 


3 e 


3 39 


5 


9 


3 


S 





038 


8 1 


r. 


6 


7 49 


636 


7 " 


7 f> 


8 





4 7 


5 " 


4 3^ 


6 




I 9 


8 


3 


" 39 


8 < 


& 


7 


8 3J 


7 33 


8 2 


738 


8 


4 


4 52 


6 4 


3 13 


6 





3 (J 


8 


9 


a 30 


9 ' 


*■ 


8 


Q 18 


8 20 


8 7 


8 40 


8 


9 


5 32 


6 8 


3 50 


<5 


11 


2 5" 


9 


6 


3 10 


9 J 


M. 


9 


ro 6 


859 


P ° 


9 '7 


9 




6 9 


7 » 


6 38 


7 


3 


3 a? 




1 


3 45 


10 J 


Tu 




10 57 


93O 


9 3 


9 36 


9 


3 


6 48 


7 3 


7 10 


7 


7 


4 3 


10 


9 


4 >3 


|[ 


^v. 




11 52 


10 iC 


9 fi 


10 33 


9 


6 


7 3" 


7 8 


7 4S 


7 


9 


4 44 


II 




5 < 


" 1 


Th 




oft4g 


10 33 


9 7 


'i 13 


9 


6 


8 8 


7 " 


8 28 


7 


10 


3 33 


II 


5 


546 


II S 


F. 


1.? 


1 4^ 


>i 33 


9 f' 


"J 57 


9 


6 


847 


^ 2 


9 7 


7 


8 


6 e 


II 


4 


63; 


II s 


S. 


'4 


a 49 


— 


— 


21 


9 


3 


9 28 


7 6 


9 5c 


7 


4 


6 3c 


" 





7 13 


10 ^ 


* 


(.I 


3 47 


43 


9 4 


I 12 


9 


3 


10 13 


7 * 


10 3s 


6 


11 


7 37 


10 


5 


8 3 


'" i 


M. 


ir 


4 43 


1 40 


S " 


a 9 


9 





11 10 


6 8 


u 4C 


6 


5 


8 39 


9 


9 


9 " 


9 1 


Tu 


'7 


5 .V 


2 40 


8 10 


3 u 


8 


8 






25 


6 


2 


9 33 


9 


3 


[0 13 


9 ' 


W, 


18 


6 38 


3 43 


8 7 


4 so 


8 


6 


I 8 


6 1 


I J 


6 





" 5 


9 





II 3° 


8 11 


Th 


'9 


7 'S 


4 3« 


8 5 


5 3' 


8 


4 


a 34 


6 1 


3 9 


6 


3 








5 


9 * 


F. 




8 7 


<5 3 


8 4 


6 40 


8 


5 


3 39 


6 6 


4 ! 


6 


8 


35 


9 


1 


I 13 


9 


S. 


21 


8 56 


7 13 


8 fi 


7 42 


8 




4 33 


6 9 


4 38 


6 


11 


1 4C 


9 


4 


3 ij 


9 


»■ 


23 


9 43 


8 8 


8 9 


833 


8 




5 »° 


7 


5 43 






a 3S 


9 


10 


3 3 


10 


M. 


»3 


■ 36 


8 5/ 


9 ' 


9 20 


9 


2 


6 7 


7 3 


63° 






3 a. 




3 


3 40 


lO 


Tn 


14 


11 18 


9 4° 


9 3 




9 


3 


6 52 


7 4 


7 '4 






4 C 


10 


8 


4 »7 


10 


W. 


^^ 


morn 




9 4 


10 42 


9 


3 


736 


7 3 


7 5^ 






4 4S 


10 


10 


5 > 


lO 


Th 


16 


19 


II I 


9 3 


11 i& 


9 


2 


8 T4 


7 3 


83c 






3 3 


10 


10 


548 


IC3 


F. 


17 




'1 35 


9 a 


'1 33 


9 


1 


8 46 


^ 3 


9 3 


6 






10 


7 


6 23 


lC 


S. 


iS 


2 


— 


— 




9 





9 20 


6 n 


9 37 


6 


10 


6 4a 


10 


3 


7 ° 


1^*= 


i- 


»9 


248 


3a 


9 


5' 


8 




9 54 


6 8 


10 la 


6 


6 


7 i£ 


9 


9 


73S 


< 


M. 


30 


3 34 




8 10 


I 33 


8 


9 


10 3J 


6 4 


10 33 


6 


* 


7 5. 


9 


3 


8ii 


« 


HiUM^BprinjfJ 4tl. glu. 


3B. lo"^ 


5 


a. 71. 


Fhateittflkt Moon. 


Jtfoon'* Declination at Noon. 




























D. B. M. 




H.D. 
















ICD. 




Last Quarter- 3 3 34 Afternoon. 


I 


8N.44 


9 ' 


18. 


^3 


17 


OS 


39 


35 


»-* 


New 11 7 59 Morning. 




2 


6 18 




i 


38 


18 


6 




36 


»■ ' 


First Quarter 18 3 5 Morning. 




3 


3 '3 


11 1 


8 


33 


•9 


I 


23 


a7 


* ' 


Full 35 9 1 Morning. 




4 


9 35 







23 




3N 


31 


38 


t i 






3 


5 33 


13 2 




3 


21 


8 


13 


19 


X '. 


In Apogee-- 3 1 Morning. 




6 


I 13 


14 a 







23 


a 


^7 


30 


f - 


In Perigee -- 15 I Morning 




7 


38.16 


15 ' 


8 


13 


>3 


6 


I 






In Apogee- - 30 10 Aitcrnoon. 


S 


7 43 


16 


5 


3 


24 


8 


43 




























_^^ 



Tbe timet of Hlgb Water are giT«n for Ueu Time at Fbc«i If DnUin or Ballway Time be ntffoX^* 
SaUAMi nttroct I m. | Loasonxnn adi*m. \ Huso Baz aM • «• 



BRITISH AMD ntlSH FOBTS. 



NOVEMBER, 1863. 


GALWAT. 


QUEENSTOWN. 


WATERFOBD. 


g>i 












^1 
















Hounxo. 






A^TEILMOOI.. 


MOKMIK 


■ 


ArrsBKOoir. 




rinM. 


.«.. 


TllllB. 


Hdght. 


■nme. 


Hdght. 


Tima. 


Heiglit. 


Time 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


B. K. 




H. H. 




u. u. 




















1 44 


13 


a ' 


II 6 


8 1 


9 •' 


8 30 


9 8 


8 20 


10 


11 


8 37 


lo 8 


19-7 


8.9 


„ 


8 35 


10 7 


8 41 


I "* 


9 2 


S ' 


855 


10 


5 


9 .8 


10 1 


ao-7 


9 .4 


10 4 


lo 


10 3 


9 a8 


8 II 


10 


I 5 


9 47 


9 






9 7 


<I 


036 


10 3 


u 13 


10 3 


'o 34 


I ^ 


11 10 


8 9 


»o 55 


9 


6 


I J 38 


9 6 


33.7 


■ $" 


10 6 






II 48 


8 JO 














9 6 


23 '7 


ai 


■0 9 


J' 


II I 


30 


9 


52 


9 a 


3a 


9 


9 


I 3 


9 II 


24-7 


■ ■; 


II 6 


' 3' 


11 11 


I 23 


9 5 


' 5^ 


9 9 


I 3S 






2 3 


10 6 


25-7 


3 3 


" 3 


a 84 




3 18 


10 


a 41 


ro 4 


2 30 




10 


3 56 




26'7 


. 44 


13 3 


3 3 


I3 's 


3 3 


10 8 


3 >3 


[I 


3 '9 




^ 


3 41 


11 9 


27-7 


3 "3 


14 


3 43 


14 4 


3 44 


II 3 


4 6 


11 t 


4 4 






428 




38-7 


4 4 


14 7 


4 33 


14 10 


4 a; 


11 8 


4 47 


II 10 


4 50 




4 


5 to 


12 


• 


4 4> 


'3 " 


J .^ 


'i 2 


5 9 


II II 


5 3' 


13 


5 3^ 




7 


5 5^ 


13 8 




5 "7 


>5 I 


J 49 


'5 


5 53 


13 


6 ,4 




6 14 




8 


6 36 


la 7 




6 II 


■4 9 


6 34 


14 6 


6 3& 


11 9 


6 59 


II 7 


6 58 




6 


7 ao 


»2 5 


3'3 


659 


14 a 


7 16 


13 10 


7 ^3 


n 4 


7 4; 


II 1 


7 43 




3 


S 6 


la 1 


4'3 


2 " 


■3 3 


8 21 


13 11 


8 II 


10 10 


8 36 


ro ; 


829 






8 53 


'I 7 


5'a 


8.i« 


la 3 


9 >5 


13 I 


9 3 


10 4 


9 31 


10 1 


9 «7 




4 


9 48 




6-3 


9 39 




1038 


11 $ 


10 J 


9 to 


>o 37 


9 9 






9 


10 j8 


10 7 


J 


[I 16 


II 10 


II 51 


11 11 


11 13 


9 9 


II 49 


9 9 


11 31 




6 


— 




8-3 






35 


13 2 






25 


9 I' 


3 




e 


3f 


io~~8 


9.3 


3/ 


■a 3 




12 8 


I 1 


10 1 


I 35 


10 3 






9 


' 44 


11 


■ 3" 


3 1 


3 17 


13 3 


> 3 


10 5 


a 34 


10 8 


2 16 




3 


348 


" 5 


11-2 


a 43 


3 6 


•3 9 


3 1 


10 10 


3 at 


1! C 


3 17 






3 44 


11 9 


12*2 


^ "2 


.3 li 


3 47 


14 


3 48 


11 2 


4 10 


II 3 


4 9 




II 


4 33 




13-2 


♦ s 


•4 I 


4 aj) 


14 2 


4 31 


II 4 


4 54 


ir 4 


4 55 







5 17 


la 





448 


■4 3 


.5 S 


14 2 


5 15 


II 4 


^35 


M 3 


536 







5 55 


12 


iJ-3 


5 16 


14 


.5 44 


13 10 


5 53 


11 3 


6 II 


11 1 


6 13 






6 3^ 




i6-3 


6 3 


■3 8 


6 31 


'3 i 


6 29 


II 


647 


10 10 


65c 




t 


7 8 


II 8 


17a 


6+0 


13 I 


<S 59 


13 10 


7 5 


10 8 


7 33 


10 6 


7 35 




f 


7 43 


'I 5 


i8-a 


; >9 


" 7 


7 39 


12 3 


7 4> 


10 3 


7 58 




7 59 




,3 


8 16 




19.2 




7«-5'- 


5" 10'"- 


gn-ain. 1 


Equation of Time at Xooa. | 


M. ■. 






ii.i>. 


M B. 




H.D. 


M. ■. 




■LD. 


H 8. 




.6 17 
,6 iS 


Acl 


d. 


9 


16 a 


Add. 


'I 


14 54 


Add. 


>5 


" 54 


Add. 






10 


15 J7 




18 


1+ 41 




a6 


'> 35 




16 18 








"5 50 




'9 


14 29 




=7 


13 16 




16 ]8 








15 43 




30 


'4 '5 




aS 


u 56 




,6 16 








IS 35 




31 


14 




39 


11 35 




.6 i« 








15 a6 




32 


i3 45 




30 


II 14 




16 11 








.5 16 




13 


13 >8 










.6 7 






16 


'5 6 




34 


13 II 






1 





nor High Water m givsn (br Mean TinM at fUoe; ITDnbUn or Hallway Time ba nqalra d,— for 
Ouiru aiM 11 m. | ' QvMMXaawM aditm. \ ~ 



TmE TABLES FOE THE 



DECEMBER, 1863. 


a ' 


- ■" E 


BREST. 


DEVONPOKT. 


POETSilOUTH. 


Mi 




















^ 


1 f' 


MOBMINO. 


Aptebnoob. 


MoBmno. 


Aftebkoow. 


MOBKIKO. 


AFTBWrcK* 






Time. 


Height 


Time. 


□eigbt 


nmc. 


H=i.hi, 


Time. 


Heiglil 


Time. 


Hdght. 


Tlmo.Bd^ 










n. M. 








H. V- 










Tu. 


I 4ml !i 


7 3 


'5 4 


7 ^3 


14 U 


840 


13 3 


9 


12 4 


2 43 


11 I 


3 3 10" 


W. 


1 5 ' 


7 45 


'4 5 


8 9 


14 


9 20 


13 8 


9 4" 


11 9 


3 22 


10 9 


3 43!io ; 


Th. 


3 ^ 43 


834 


13 9 


9 3 


13 7 


10 6 


13 3 


10 31 


" I 


4 « 


10 4 


4 30,10 » 


F. 


4 fi IG 


9 34 


13 6 


to 8 


13 7 


■o 59 


13 


II 35 




4 5t 


10 


5 27| 9 " 


S. 


5 7 9 


'o 45 


■3 9 


II 19 


14 


— 


- 


9 


12 3 


(5 c 


9 II 


6 3+10 c 


« 


' 7 ,i,5 


[I 52 


■4 J 


— 





" 47 


13 3 


1 22 


12 9 


7 « 


ID 3 


7 39'" J 


M. 


; 8 44 




14 10 


50 


15 5 


• 55 


13 TI 


a 17 


13 3 


8 I 


10 8 


S 4i|ii 


Tu. 


8 9 36 


I t? 


16 1 


t 41 


10 9 


2 57 


13 7 


3 25 


14 


9 S 


11 4 


9 34" 8 


W. 


910 31 


2 4 


'I ■' 


2 36 


18 


3 52 


14 4 


4 17 


14 8 


9 5S 


II 11 


10 33:11 1 


Th. 1 


oil 32 


2 49 


18 7 


3 " 


19 I 


4 42 


'^ ; 


5 7 


15 ' 


10 45 


" 5 


11 8!ii 8 


F. I 


( oa34 


3 33 


19 4 


4 


19 7 


5 30 


15 8 


5 54 


■■' i 


II 3 


13 10 


11 5611 Ji 


S. t 


i I 35 


4 25 


,9 9 


4 48 


19 10 


6 18 


16 1 


6 43 


15 8 


— 


— 


.0 13 13 


^- ' 


3 2 34 


5 12 


,9 9 


.=; 35 


19 7 


7 « 


i6 2 


7 29 


i,i 6 


4 


13 


1 11 13 11 


M I 


4 3 31 


5 59 


19 4 


6 14 


18 II 




iS I 


8 '5 


■3 2 


1 3t 




3 OI3 9 


Tu, I 


5 4 14 


649 


■8 5 


2 '-^ 


'J s 


8 39 


'5 8 


9 2 


14 « 


2 2^ 


13 7 


3 4913 i 


W. 1 


<> 5 15 


7 4' 


.7 2 


8 7 


16 6 


9 26 


14 10 


9 52 


13 11 


3 H 


13 1 


3 40,11 II 


TU.' 


; 6 5 


834 


15 II 


9 2 


IS 5 


10 17 


14 I 


10 44 


13 3 


4 . 


i» 7 


4 31!" 4 


V. ' 


8 S J4 


9 34 


■5 ■ 


[O 9 


14 11 


11 12 


'3 J 


II 44 


12 10 


45 


II 


5 >8,.o 9 


S. ' 


9 7 4> 


[o 47 


14 9 


II 33 


14 9 


— 


— 


20 


■3 1 


6 


10 7 


63 


5io 6 


*■ 2 


8 3! 


12 


14 10 


— 


— 


,57 


13 11 


' 3; 


13 1 


7 I 


10 6 


7 4 


710 8 


M. a 


1 9 21 


33 


■3 ■= 


I 4 


15 4 


2 7 


13 I 


2 38 


13 3 


8 2„ 


10 10 


85 


511 


Tll.2 


110 13 


1 32 


15 9 


t 57 


16 2 


3 I 


13 7 


3 3S 


13 9 


9 'J 


II 3 


9 5 


II 4 


W. 2 


311 4 


2 21 


16 6 


» 43 


16 II 


4 5 


14 3 


4 29 


14 1 


10 It 


11 6 


10 3 


Sii e 


Th.2 


4" 34 


3 3 


17 3 


3 24 


17 6 


4 3" 


'4 / 


5 'j 


14 4 


I" 3! 


11 9 


II 3 


an 10 


F. 2 


5 morn. 


3 43 


'' I 


4 2 


■' I 


5 3' 


14 11 


5 55 


■4 3 


II 3S 




'I 5 


5 13 


S. 2 


6 4! 


4 20 


,7 8 


4 39 


17 8 


6 12 


13 


fi 3 


'4 3 




— 




-II 11 


S^ 2 


; ■ "9 


4 54 


■' 5 


5 " 


■7 7 


6 48 


'5 


7 2 


14 3 


3„ 


II li 


5 


MI n 


JI. 2 


8 2 .4 


3 28 


17 ff 


.^ 44 


17 4 


7 iS 


14 10 


7 34 


14 






I 3 


Sii la 


Tu.a 


9 2 37 


6 


17 2 


6 18 


16 II 


7 5" 


H 5 


8 6 


13 <i 


I 45 


II 9 


2 


311 8 


W. 3 


3 40 


6 3fi 


.6 8 


654 


■6 3 


8 22 


13 u 


8 36 


13 1 


2 ^ 


II 7 


a 3 


II fi 


Th.3 


1 4 21 


7 13 


.5.. 


7 3. 


■5 ' 


8 52 


.3 5j 


9 9 


12 8 


» 35 


II 4 


3 1 


Jii S 


HllfMcanSprlDBl Qd. ^ 


7"- gi- 


6"- 4'»- 1 


PAa*M o/^Ae Moon. 


.Woon'* Declination at Noon. 


D. E. M. 


If-D. 


'f'«.D. 


° , 


H-D. 




lUD. 


' 


Laat Quarter- 5 14 AfWnoon. 


I 


OK.SOJ 9 I 


9S.50 


17 


3N.33 


a.^ 


19 "-55 


New 10 8 13 Afternoon. 




6 57I10 2 




18 


7 8 


36 


17 J9 


First Quarter- 17 M aO Morning. 


3 


2 46 


II 2 


48 


'9 


I 38 


^7 


i.'! 19 


Full 23 ^50 Morning. 


4 


■••35 


12 I 


9 9 




■i 10 


38 






^ 


5 59 


13 I 


6 12 


31 


8 4 


29 


8 .J 


In Perigee -- la 5 Afternoon. 


6 


14 


14 I 


^ 15 


33 1 


3 


30 


4 13 


la Apogee - - »8 3 Afternoon. 


I 


4 9 


■J 


7 3« 


33 S 


1 


31 


08. 3 




8 


7 27 


16 


2 38 


34 3 


57 







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BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



91 



DECEMBER. 1863. 



a 



Q 

X 

H 

s 



ThJ 

P. 

S. 

*. 
If. 
To 
W. 

rh. 

*. 

IL 

Tu. 
W. 

ThJ 

P. 

& 



M. 

To. 
W. 

Th.|24 



F. 
& 

K. 



W 



TL3 



I 

2 

3 

4 



DOVEB. 



MOBVIKO. 



Time. 
H. U, 



8 



3 
3 

4 
5 

6 

7 



*4| 

a 

47 
34 
31 



32 

37 

8 32 

9 22 
10 12 

" 3 



3 

4 

7 



201 
21 
22 

23 



»5 

26 

»7 
28 



To. 29 



30 



o 
I 

2 
2 

3 

4 
5 

6 

7 



21 
13 

46 

3/ 
33 



36 
48 
847 

9 39 

10 26 

11 10 
II 50 



o 
o 

I 
I 

2 



9 
47 
^3 
59 
3^ 



Hdsht. 
F. L 

4 
8 



6 
5 

4 



o 

S 
4 3 



4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



8 

5 
5 
4 



3 

8 10 

9 3 

9 4 

9 a 
8 10 

8 o 

7 ^ 
6 o 

5 4 



5 

5 
6 

6 

7 
7 
7 

7 

7 

7 

7 
6 



3 
8 

2 

8 

I 

5 
7 

7 
7 

5 

2 

9 



Afternoon. 



Time, 
u. M. 

2^ 43 

3 a4 

4 9 
6 1 



7 
8 



5 

6 



857 

9 47 

10 37 

11 29 



o 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



47 

39 

30 
21 

12 

3 

4 



7 12 

8 20 

9 H 

fo 3 

10 48 

11 31 

28 

1 5 

1 41 

2 18 
a 54 



Height 
F. I 

6 C 

5 
4 

4 



8 

4 
4 



5 

5 II 

6 II 

7 10 
8 



9 

9 
8 

7 
6 

5 
5 



SHEERNESS. 



3 
o 

5 
6 

7 
8 



5 5 

5 I' 

6 5 

6 II 

7 3 

7 <S 



7 
7 

7 

7 
6 



7 
6 

3 
o 



HalfM«nSpriDg| 



Qft. ^in. 



MORKINO. 


Aftei 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


U. M. 


3 5^ 


14 


4 


4 12 


4 3» 


13 


10 


4 53 


^ '7 


13 


5 


5 43 


6 II 


13 





6 42 


7 15 


12 


II 


7 50 


8 25 


13 


2 


857 


9 ^9 


13 


9 


9 59 


10 25 


14 


4 


10 51 


XI 14 


15 





II 37 


" 59 


15 


8 


— 


22 


15 


II 


45 


I 8 


16 


4 


I 321 


I 56 


16 


6 


2 19 


2 41 


16 


5 


3 4 


3 a8 


16 


2 


3 53 


4 18 


15 


7 


4 44 


5 II 


14 


II 


5 39 


6 9 


'4 


3 


6 40 


7 14 


13 


9 


7 5^ 


8 28 


13 


9 


9 a 


9 37 


14 





10 10 


10 39 


H 


4 


II 6 


II 30 


14 


8 


II 53 


— 




- 


15 


36 


15 


2 


57 


1 16 


15 


4 


f 34 


I 52 


15 


4 


2 9 


2 26 


15 


3 


a 43 


a 59 


15 


2 

1 


3 14 


3 30 


H 


II 


3 4B 


4 6 


14 


7 


4 H 



Height. 
F. 1, 



4 
3 

3 

2 



3 

4 
4 
5 

6 
6 

6 
6 

5 
5 
4 
3 
3 



/ 
2 

II 



5 




9 5' 
10 54 

9|ii 5^ 

20 

1 5 
I SS 
a 39 



2 



6 

4 
II 

3 

7 
11 



3 10 

4 2 
4 6 

4 10 

5 o 
5 3 
5 5 



5 
5 
5 
4 



4 
3 
I 

9 
4 



gft. 0^ 



LONDON. 



MOBNINO. 



Time. 
H. M. 

5 ^4 

6 3 

6 47 

7 36 

8 44 



3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

7 



26 
12 

58 

49 
42 

36 



9 8 42 



9 52 
II 5 

35 

1 23 

2 7 

2 46 

3 22 

3 56 

4 30 

5 3 
5 39 



Height. 

F. 1. 

7 5 

6 II 

6 5 

6 o 

5 10 



5 10 

6 3 

6 10 

7 » 

7 " 

8 8 

9 3 

9 7 
9 8 
9 4 
8 10 

8 I 

O 10 

6 6 
6 6 

6 II 

7 5 

7 10 

8 2 



8 
8 
8 
8 



4 
4 

3 

o 

7 9 



Aftbrnooit. 



Time. 

U. M. 



5 
6 

7 
8 



43 

24 
10 

8 
17 



10 22 

11 25 

43 

1 30 

2 16 

3 2 

3 49 

4 35 

5 23 

6 16 

7 7 

8 7 

9 17 

10 28 

11 39 
o 7 

58 

1 46 

2 27 

3 6 

3 38 

4 12 

448 

5 »o, 
556^ 



Height. 
f. 1. 

7 3 
6 8 

6 3 

5 II 

5 9 

6 o 
6 6 



7 
8 

9 
9 

9 

9 

9 
8 

7 

7 
6 



/ 

3 
o 

5 

8 
6 
2 
6 



8 



9 

2 



6 
6 
6 

7 

7 7 
8 

8 

8 4 

8 4 
8 2 

7 II 
7 <3 






D. 

20 '2 
21'2 

([ 
23-3 

24*2 

25-2 
26*2 
27*2 
28-2 

• 

o*7 
1-7 

2*7 

3*7 

4-7 

5*7 

]) 

7'7 
8-7 

9.7 
io*7 
11-7 

I2'7 

13-7 

O 

15-7 

i6'7 

17-7 
18-7 

19-7 

20"7 



It. 'Tin. 



git. 7 



Equation of Time at Nootu 



ILD. 

I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



M. 8. 




M.D. 


M. 8. 




M.D. 


M. S. 




M.D. 


M. S. 


10 52 


Add. 


9 


7 33 


Add. 


17 


3 45 


Add. 


25 


i^ 


10 29 




10 


7 5 




18 


3 i<5 




26 


43 


10 5 




II 


638 




19 


2 46 




27 


I i3 


9 41 




12 


6 10 




20 


2 16 




28 


I 42 


9 17 




13 


5 42 




21 


I 46 




29 


2 II 


851 




14 


5 13 




22 


I 17 




30 


2 41 


8 26 




15 


4 44 




23 


47 




31 


3 9 


7 59 




i6 


4 J5 




24 


17 









Sub. 



hi tioMt of S|^ Water an giyen Ibr Mean lime at Place ; if Greenwich or BaUway Time be required,— fbr 
DorasMMrwISm. I BsMMMMMMtMraet^m. I Lovnov^m. 



92 












TIDE TABLES FOB THE 










DECEMBER, 1863. 


a 


1 


ii 


ILAEWICH. 


HULL. 


SUNDERLAI 


1 

6: 


















1 


K^ 


MoRMiao 


1 AFTEaKOOM. 




*"■"«"• 


Mosxixo. 


Ar 




~ 




Time. 


Bclghl.', Tims. 


Hd«hl 


Time. 


Kelshl. 


Time. 'Height. 


Timo. 


Height. 


Tfn 


















r. J. 












Tu 


1 


4mi8 


3 '» 


10 


4'' 3 39 


10 3 


9 47 


17 .0 


10 8'. 7 


6 


643 


la 1 




W. 


1 


5 I 


3 49 


10 


048 


9 I' 


10 30 


•^ ; 


'" ".'i 


10 


7 31^ 


11 7 




Th 


3 


.S 43 


4 3> 


9 


10. 4 55 


9 8 


II 3j 


16 6 


11 j6i6 


3 


8 K 


II a 




F. 


4 


6 ai-j 


5 20 


9 


7 


5 49 


9 7 






«7 .6 




9 13 


10 II 




S. 


5 


7 9 


6 ai 


9 


7 


6 58 


9 8 


° 57 


16 1 


1 a8i6 

1 


a 


10 19 


10 11 


"> . 


^■ 


6 


7 55 


7 34 


9 


9 


8 5 


9 I' 


I 59 


i6 4 


a 3816 


f 


II 3a 


II a 


11 . 


M. 


^ 


8 44 


8 3ft 


iO 






10 3 


3 .58 


17 3 


3 »7'i7 


9 


— 


— 




Tu 


8 


9 3f> 


9 33 


10 


6 


.0 


10 9 


3 54 


18 3 


4 aoi8 


IC 


44 


13 3 




W. 


9 


to 3* 


10 2j 


11 





<o 48 


II a 


4 43 


19 4 


5 519 


9 


1 3, 


13 




Th. 




11 31 




11 


5 


II 3.5 


II 7 


5 a? 


30 a 


.5 5130 


f. 


a 34 


13 8 




F. 


11 


oa34 


M 58 


11 


8 




— 


6 15 


20 10 


6 39'ai 


I 


3 S 


14 3 




S. 




I 3,1 




II 


9 


45 


II 10 


7 3 


31 4 


7 -9." 


6 


3 55 


,4 9 




*■ 


13 


a 34 


I 10 


,, 


10 


' 34 


II 9 


7 5a 


ai 6 


8 .5I" 


(5 


4 4a 


14 10 




M. 


M 


3 31 


' 57 


II 


8 


1 21 


" 7 


8 39 


31 3 


9 4," 


( 


5 =9 


14 6 




Tu 


15 


4 24 


3 46 


11 


5 


3 13 


II 4 


9 »9 


30 7 


9 54"o 


3 


ti Ji 


14 


6 1 


W. 


16 


5 1.5 


3 36 


II 




4 


10 II 


10 30 


,9 8 


10 47|i9 


a 


7 1. 


■^ 1 




Til 


17 


6 J 


4 36 


10 


9 


4 53 


10 7 


11 19 


.8 9 


1, ja.S 


3 


8 13 


la 8 


8 i 


F. 


18 


^5 .!4 


S 30 


10 


5 


548 


10 3 


— 


~ 


aj[i7 


9 


9 ' 


la I 


9 ' 


S. 


'9 


7 4^ 


6 10 


10 




65S 




058 


17 6 


1 1" 


17 


3 


10 30 


II 8 


10 j 


»■ 




8 33 


73' 


10 


2 


8 10 


10 3 


3 3 


'7 3 


a 33 


'7 


4 


It a6 


11 8 


" J 


M. 




9 11 


844 


10 


3 


9 17 


10 4 


3 6 


"7 7 


3 38 


'7 


II 


— 


— 




Tu. 


12 




947 


10 


ft 




10 8 


4 8 


18 1 


4 3j;i8 


6 


58 


13 a 


1 1 


W. 




II 4 


10 41 




9" 1 1 : 


10 ti 


4 59 


18 9 


S ";i9 




' 5^ 


13 8 




Th. 


*4 


" .54 


II 28 


11 


II 49 


[I I 


5 43 


19 3 


6 jH9 


4 


3 4C 


13 




F. 


il 




— 






10 


II I 


6 37 


19 6 


6 47I19 


7 


3 ao 


'3 3I 


3 3 


S. 


16 


42 


39 


II 


1 


47 


II 1 


7 f 


19 8 


7 ■■^■9 


8 


3 57 


13 6 


4 ' 


&• 


j- 


1 19 


I 5 


11 


I 


I 33 


ti 


7 4a 


19 8 


7 3919 


8 


4 3a 


13 7 


4 4 


M. 


.8 


2 14 


1 40 


10 


11 


M8 


10 II 


8 16 


19 7 


8 3.19 


6 


5 <= 


13 5 


5 ' 


Tu. 


29 


^ 57 


3 14 


JO 


10 


3 3' 


10 9 


8 48 


19 4 


9 619 


1 


5 39 


'3 a; 


5 5 


W. 


30 


3 4° 


348 


10 


8 


3 6 


10 7 


9 ^4 


18 10 


9 4a 18 


7 


i'^ 


13 9 


63 


Til. 


3' 


4 21 


3 H 


10 


' 


3 42 


10 4 


10 




■° H" 




654 


la 5 


7 1 


H.irMe-^prin,J fid. 9U. 


IQtl. 5in. 


7«- 2'- 


Phateto/lAt 


Moon. 


Moon'g DeclinatioH at Noon. 


D. H 


H. 


-.«. 


' 


■.D 


c 




II.D 


a > 


M.D. 


Last Quarter 3 « 


14 Afternoon. 


1 


10N.50 


9 


199. 


5« 


•/ 


2N.33 


25 


New - - - - 10 8 


13 Afternoon. 


a 


'^ H 


10 


31 


I 


18 


^ ^ 


36 


First Quarter 17 11 


46 Morning, 


3 


2 46 


II 


30 


48 


^9 


I 38 


37 


FuU - - - - 15 * 


50 Morning. 


4 


19.35 




'9 


9 




^ '° 


38 






5 


5 59 


13 


16 


13 


ai 


8 4 


39 


In Perigee - la .1 


At\emoon. 


6 


10 14 


14 


13 


15 


33 


10 3 


30 


In Apogee - 38 3 


Afternoon. 


7 


14 9 


15 


7 


'I 


a3 


t ■© 


31 






8 


17 37 


16 

_ 


J_ 


38 


>4 


« 57 


_ 















BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 












93 






DECEMBER, 1863. 






• 

1 


KOBTH SHIELDS. 


LBITH. 


THUBSO. 


'4 


i 


Mosimro. 


ArrxBHooir. 


Mojumro. 


Aftsbitoon. 


MOHMIXO. 


Aftshxoon. 




Tima. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 






B. x. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. 


I. 


a. M. F. I. 


U. X. 


F. I. 


U. M. 


F. 


1. 


U. M. 


F. I. 


D. 


I 


6 44 


U 





7 6 


10 


9 


5 40 


13 10 


6 2 


13 6 


li 54 


10 


4 








20'2 


a 


7 a9 


IC 


> 6 


7 55 


10 


2 


6 24 


«^ 3 


6 49 


13 


16 


10 


I 


41 


9 10 


21*2 


3 


8 2a 


9 II 


^^2 


9 


10 


7 17 


12 9 


7 46 


12 7 


I 7 


9 


8 


I 37 


9 6 


a 


4 


9 ^4 


9 9 


958 


9 


9 


8 17 


«a 5 


85' 


J^a 5 


2 8 


9 


.4 


a 43 


9 4|a3a| 


5 


lO ^l 


9 10 


II 4 


10 





9 ^5 


12 6 


9 58 


12 7 


3 ai 


9 


4 


3 57 


9 5 


24*2 


6 


" 35 


10 3 


— 


- 


— 


10 28 


12 10 


10 57 


13 I 


4 28 


9 


7 


4 59 


9 9 


25-2 


7 


o 4 


10 6 


32 


10 


9 


II 25 


13 5 


" 51 


13 9 


5 a7 


10 


I 


5 5a 


10 6 


26*2 


8 


o 56 


I] 


i 1 


I 20' 1 1 


5 


— 


— 


14 


14 2 


6 15 


10 


II 


6 35 


II 6 


27 2 


9 


I 42 


ij 


[ 10 


» 4 


12 


2 


36,14 8| 


P 59 


15 a 


6 s6 


12 





7 15 


12 6 


28*2 





2 26 


12 6 


» 47 


12 


10 


I 22 


15 7 


I 44 


15 11 


7 34 


12 


II 


7 55 


13 3 


• 


I 


3 9 


13 a 


3 3a 


13 


5 


» 7 


16 3 


2 30 


i6 6 


8 17 


13 


6 


8 40 


13 8 


o«7 


1 


3 55 


13 7 


4 19 


^3 


8 


2 52 


16 8 


3 '5 


16 9 


9 4 


13 


9 


9 28 


13 8 


1-7 


3 


4 44 


13 7 


5 9 


13 


5 


3 39 


16 8 


4 3 


16 7 


9 53 


13 


7 


10 18 


13 4 


2.7 


4 


5 34 


n 

M 


1 4 


5 59 


13 


2 


4 28 


i<5 5 


4 53 


16 2 


10 44 


13- 


1 


II II 


12 9 


3-7 


5 


6 25 


12 II 


651 


12 


8 


5 19 


'5 " 


5 46 


'5 8 


II 38 


12 


5^ 


— 


— 


4'7 


6 


7 17 


12 4 


7 46 


II 


II 


6 14 


'5 3 


6 42 


14 10 


5 


12 


oi 


34 


II 8 


5-7 


7 

g% 


8 17 


I] 


[ 6 


8 48 


II 


2 


7 " 


H 5 


7 43 


14 J 


I 3 


II 


1 
4 


I 33 


II 


I 


8 


9 21 


10 10 


9 57 


10 


? 


8 15 


13 8 


849 


[3 6 


2 6 


10 


8 


2 41 


10 5 


7*7 


9 


10 32 


10 8 


II 6 


10 


8 


9 26 


13 4 


10 I 


'3 4 


3 ai 


10 


3 


3 59 


10 2 


8*7 


\Q 


" 39 


10 9 


— 


- 


— 


10 33 


13 4 


" 5 


^3 5 


4 33 


10 


I 


5 7 


10 1 


9' 7 


\1 


12 


10 10 


42 


10 


II 


II 3^ 


13 6 


— 


— 


5 38 


10 


2 


6 6 


10 5 


io'7 


\2 


1 10 


IJ 


[ 


I 35 


II 


2 


4 


13 9 


29 


14 


6 30 


10 


9 


6 5' 


II I 


II-7 


^3 


I 58 


IJ 


^ 5 


2 21 


II 


8 


53 


H 3 


I 16 


H 7 


7 12 


II 


5 


7 31 


Tl 9 


I2'7 


'4 


2 42 


ij 


[ 10 


3 a 


12 





I 38 


14 10 


1 59 


'5 


7 49 


12 





8 7 


la 3 


i3'7 


^5 


3 21 


12 2 


3 39 


12 


4 


2 19 


J^5 a 


a 38 


15 4 


8 26 


12 


4 


8 43 


12 4 





\t 


3 58 


i» 5 


4 16 


12 


5 


a 55 


15 5 


3 la 


15 5 


9 


12 


4 


9 17 


12 3 


15-7 


7 


4 33 


12 4 


4 5a 


12 


3 


3 ^9 


»5 4 


3 46 


^') a 


9 36 


12 


2 


9 54 


12 I 


i6«7 


.8 


5 9 


12 2 


5 a6 


12 





4 4 


15 ' 


4 ai 


15 


CO 11 


12 





10 28 


II IC 


17 7 


9 


5 43 


IJ 


[ II 


6 I 


II 


9 


438 


14 10 


4 55 


14 8 


TO 46 


II 


7 


II 5 


II 5 


18.7 





6 19 


I] 


[ 8 


^ 37 


II 


6 


5 '3 


14 7 


5 3a 


M 5 


It 2 J 


II 


2 


II 44 


II 


i9'7 


1 


656 


IJ 


t 4 


7 16 


II 


2 


5 5* 


14 2 


6 13 


13 II 


— 


■■^ 




■• 


4 


10 9 


20«7 


01 


"SS^^^} 6**- 8*»- 




gft. 2ln. 




gft. 7I1L 




Equation of Time at Noon. 




X. ft. 




11.D. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




M.D. 


M. 8. 






10 52 


Add. 


9 


7 33 


Add. 


17 


3 45 


Add. 


a5 


13 


Sub. 




10 29 




10 


7 5 




18 


3 16 




26 


43 






10 5 




II 


6 38 




19 


2 46 




a7 


I 13 






941 




12 


6 10 




20 


2 16 




28 


I 42 






§ '' 




13 


5 4a 




21 


I 46 




.a9 


2 II 






851 




14 


5 13 




22 


I 17 




30 


a 41 






8 26 




15 


4 44 




a3 


47 




31 


3 9 






7 59 




16 


4 15 




a4 


17 











■« ofH^Wfttcraw gi^aitelfeftnllliM ttPlftoei if Gveenwieh or Bftilway Time be required,— for 
VotntBaaMMMeiB. 1 Lutk mU u m. \ Tw8iM«iaA\ktBu 



TIDE TABLES FOR THB 



DECEMBER, 1863. 


p 


5 


..^ 


QEEENOCK. 


UVERPOOL. 


PEUBBOEE. 


1 


? 
§ 
s 


l| 












MonniNO. 


Aftxbxoon. 


MOBNINO. 


Aftkrkook. 


MORKWO. 


ArTBBKOOI. 






TLmc. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


jj^g 


Height. 


Time 


Hoight. 


Time, 


Height. 


Time. 


Hdsbl 




































Tu. 


1 


411118 


3 6 


8 


11 


3 25 


i '^ 


2 I 


33 2 


2 3 


11 I, 


9 3< 


n 


4 


9 44 


'J ' 


W. 


2 


5 1 


3 45 


8 


8 


4 7 


8 ; 


2 5' 


31 4 


3 1 


20 JO 


10 ^ 


16 


7 


10 3_ 


16 i 


Th. 


3 


■^ 43 


4 30 


8 


6 


4 sr 


8 ^ 


3 4 


io s 


4 I 


10 I 


.0 4< 


■J 


9 


11 IE 


■5 J 


F. 


4 


6 20 


5 33 


8 


4 


S 53 


t 3 


4 4 


19 10 


5 ' 


19 10 


113^ 


'5 


4 





— 


8. 


5 


7 9 


6 36 


8 


3 


^ 59 


8 3 


5 5 


19 Ji 


62s 




i 


15 


4 


4 


15 ( 


*. 


6 


7 5.^ 


7 i> 


8 


3 


8 4 


8 5 


7 


20 6 


7 3 


31 


I J 


'5 


8 


I 5- 


16 1 


M. 


7 


8 44 


834 


8 


7 


9 3 


8 9 


8 3 


21 7 


8 a 


22 3 


2 ai 


16 


8 


a 5 


'i ■ 


Tu. 


8 


936 


9 30 


8 




9 55 


9 ' 


85 


ij 


9 1 


33 8 


3 2C 


18 





3 54 


18 1 


w. 


9 


10 3^ 


10 19 


9 


3 


[O 44 


9 4 


9 35 


24 4 




24 K 


4 2 


'9 


3 


4 4 


19 1= 


Tl]. 


[0 


II 33 


11 9 


9 


f; 


n 34 


9 7 


io 23 


15 4 


10 4 


25 9 


5 13 


30 


4 


5 3E 


30 ( 


F. 


ir 


oa34 


" .59 


9 


9 


— 


— 


11 ic 


36 3 


'I 3 


26 7 


6 


31 




6 3 


21 ( 


S. 


13 


1 35 


24 


9 




49 


9 II 


13 C 


16 9 




— 


«i 


31 


8 


7 '4 


31 ( 


^■ 


'3 


^34 


I 14 


10 





I 3S 


[O 


24 


26 10 


04 


26 c 


?3! 


31 


8 


8 a 


11 t 


M. 


'4 


3 3' 




10 





2 25 


9 II 




36 C 


I 3. 


26 , 


8 If 


31 


a 


85 


30 I< 


Tu. 


1,5 


4 24 


2 49 


9 


10 


3 13 


9 8 


3 c 


35 8 


3 3^ 


i5 1 


9 'i 


20 


4 


9 3S 


'9 ! 


W. 


1^5 


,■; J. 5 


3 37 


9 


6 


4 3 


9 5 


3 48 


34 6 


3 13 


23 I J 


10 2 


'9 


3 


10 ■it 


■a ! 


Th. 


17 


« J 


4 »9 


9 


3 


4 5.S 


9 I 


3 4c 


^3 3 


4 S 


33 7 


10 49 


j8 


) 


II 13 


'7 I 


F. 


i3 


fi.54 


5 33 


8 




.5 54 


8 9 


4 39 




5 '3 




11 3', 


'7 









S. 


'9 


7 42 


S V 


8 


7 


7 ' 


8 6 


5 5 


21 4 


63 


21 3 




16 


8 


43 


16 t 


»■ 


20 


8 32 


7 35 


8 


6 


8 11 


8 7 


7 e 


n 4 


7 4": 


31 7 


I a 


16 


5 


3 13 


.6 ; 


M. 


ZI 


9 2i 


8 4.5 


8 


8 


9 '7 


f ^ 


8 14 




842 


23 2 


2 38 


16 


10 


3 12 


17 5 


Tu. 


13 


10 13 


9 43 


8 


10 




8 n 


9 8 


22 ; 


9 32 


23 


3 4a 


'7 


8 


4 II 


iS I 


W. 


1.3 


11 4 


10 iO 


8 


11 


II 


9 


9 5 


^3 4 




23 7 


438 


18 


5 


5 3 


.3 9 


Th. 


14 


'I .^4 


II 33 


9 


1 


II 4.5 


9 I 


io3a 


23 10 


lojE 


24 ° 


i "8 


'9 





5 50 


19 3 


F, 


2,'i 




— 






6 


9 i» 


11 j8 


24 3 


'" 3 


^4 5 


6 .0 


19 


.5 


6 a8 


'9 7 


S. 


aC 


41 


26 


9 


3 


44 


9 3 


II if 


H 5 






64; 


'9 


8 


7 4 


19 8 


A- 


^/ 


I 19 


I 3 


9 


4 


I 30 


9 4 


14 


24 6 


32 


24 .5 


7 ai 


'9 


7 


7 38 


,9 C 


M. 


iS 


a 14 


. 38 


9 


4 


J 54 


9 4 


49 


24 4 


1 . 


^4 3 


7 54 


19 


5 


8 11 


19 3 


Th. 


59 


a 57 




9 


4 


3 37 


9 3 




24 


I 3 


23 8 


8 a8 


'9 




8 46 


18 K 


W, 


30 


3 40 


3 44 


9 


2 


3 2 


9 ' 


' .54 


'3 5 


a 13 


»3 I 


9 4 


18 


7 


9 31 


18 3 


Th. 


3J 


4 ai 


3 "9 


9 


° 


3 3<i 


8 ji 


3 30 


32 9 


3 47 


32 3 


9 38 


17 




9 55 


17 7 






mBpring j 


4 ft. IQiu. 


IS"' 0'- 


10"- 6" 1 




IMfH« 


Phaset of the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D E. 


u.. 


■LD. 




K.D. 




K-a. 





, 


M.D. 


. 


Last Quarter - 3 


J 4 Afternoon. 


1 I 


0N.50 


9 I 


93.50 


17 


3N. 


23 


25 


9i«-5i 


New 10 8 


3.3 Afteriioun. 




6 57 






18 


7 


8 


36 


7 5S 


KratQuorter- 17 11 


46 Morning. 




3 46 


n 2 


48 


19 




38 


27 


^ '= 


FuU 15 a 


^o Morning. 




IB. 35 


13 I 


? ' 


30 


,5 


10 


38 










5 S9 


13 I 


6 13 


31 


8 


4 


39 


8 1; 


In Perigee - - t» .■; 


Afternoon. 


6 I 


]4 


14 I 


' ^i 


33 





a 


30 


4 13 


In Apogee - - a8 3 


Afternoon. 


7 1 


4 9 


'^ 


7 36 


33 


I 





3' 


OB. 3 






8 1 


7 »7 


16 


a 38 


34 





57 







Tki tfwft of TUflii W*t0 u« giTcn fto Usan ^nme at Flmce; ^ Greenwich or Btilwmr Time ba ra q d^a ^ > i 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



95 



DECEMBER, 1863. 



WESTON^UFEB-HABE. 



UoRXuro^ 



Time. 
B. x. 

lo 31 

I 

o 45 



3 



P. 1. 

31 8 

30 4 

29 1 



I 

4 
5 



5a 



5930 
3 3^ 
34 



3 5 54|3<5 
<^45 
7 35 

) 8 21 

9 

^ 9 50 
5 10 32 



J 



i 

9 





ic 17 



II 30 
2031 

193a 
933 



I 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 

8 

837 
9 



5a 
31 



28 
28 



37 
38 

38 

637 
3^ 
34 
3» 



II 

3 
2 

4 
I 

5 
5 

6 
II 

7 
9 
9 



4630 
5^30 



7 
8 

II 

II 

7 
o 



34 
35 

35 I 
34 " 
34 5 



9 4033 9 
10 1032 8 



Aftxbkooh. 



Time. 

H. II. 

10 14 
10 j2 

" 43 
o 13 



1 19 

2 26 

3 3a 

4 33 

5 a8 

6 20 

7 10 
7 5838 



Height 
P. I. 

31 i 
29 

28 

28 

28 



29 
31 

33 

35 

3<5 10 
38 



8 43 



9 ^937 



10 II 

10 53 

11 43 

14 

1 21 

a 34 

3 47 

4 51 

5 44 

6 32 

7 12 

7 48 

8 22 

8 52 

9 *3 

9 55 
10 25 



7 
8 

5 

7 



2 
4 



38 



3 
5 



HOLYHEAD. 



MORKIKO. 



Time. 



I 
I 



15 

57 



2 48 

3 49 
458 

6 2 

<5 59 

7 49 

8 34 

9 18 
lo 3 

6I10 47 



II 34 



35 
33 
31 
31 
30 



8 
9 



9 

o 



4 

o 



30 

31 

3a 

33 

34 3 

34 i<^ 

35 



41 

5 



35 
34 
34 
33 
3a 



o 

9 
I 

2 



rXeaaSprins > XS'^' 7 



in. 



52 

1 47 

2 44 

3 47 

4 59 

6 7 

7 10 

8 4 

8 50 

9 3a 
10 II 

10 44 

11 16 

II 51 
o 9 

o 47 

d I 26 



Height. 
p. 1. 



3 

3 

2 

2 
2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

6 
6 

5 
5 

4 
3 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
5 



8 
2 
8 
6 
6 

II 

5 

3 
o 

8 

2 

5 



9 
I 

5 
8 

5 
5 

o 

5 

9 
o 

I 



5 o 
4 10 



4 

5 



9 

5 
o 



Apte&kooh. 



Time. 



36 

22 
18 

a3 
3a 



I 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 31 

7 24 

8 12 

8 56 

9 40 

10 25 

11 9 

II 59 
o 25 



I 

2 

3 

4 
5 

6 



20 

15 

14 
22 

34 

39 
38 

8 28 

9 ^1 
9 5a 

10 28 

II o 

11 33 

27 

1 7 
I 46 



Height 
P. 1. 



3 

3 
2 

2 

2 

3 
3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

6 

6 
6 

5 

4 
4 
3 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 



5 
o 

(^ 

5 
8 

2 

10 
8 

4 
II 

4 
6 



KINGSTOWN. 



MOBMIHO. 



Time. 

H. M. 



2 
2 

3 

4 
5 

6 



14 
56 

47 

46 

49 
49 



7 47 

8 42 

9 33 

10 15 

II o 

11 47 



5 

9 

o 

6 
4 
6 

9 

2 

7 
10 

o 

o 



4 II 



4 
4 
3 9 



/ 
3 



3ft. Qin- 



o 
I 
I 

2 

3 



12 
2 

54 

47 
42 

4 45 

5 50 



6 

7 



54 
58 
857 

9 50 

10 30 

(I 8 

11 43 

o I 

38 

1 12 

1 48 

2 26 



Height. 
P. 1. 

9 ^ 

9 3 
8 II 

8 



8 



I 

5 



9 

9 

9 10 

10 3 

10 9 

11 I 
II 2 



II 

II 
10 
10 

9 
9 
9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

10 

10 



2 
o 
8 

3 

II 

6 

3 

4 
6 

9 

o 

3 
5 
5 



10 5 
10 4 

10 2 

9 " 
9 



8 



Aptebkoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 



Height. 
F. I. 



2 
3 

4 

5 
6 



35 
20 

16 

17 
19 

7 18 

8 15 

9 8 
9 55 

10 37 

11 23 



o 
I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



37 
28 

20 

14 

13 
18 

22 



7 26 

8 29 

9 ^5 
10 II 

10 49 

11 26 



o 20 

55 

1 30 

2 7 

2 46 



9 

9 

8 

8 
8 

9 

9 
10 

10 

10 

II 



41 
1 

10 

9 
II 



6 
II 

2 



II I 
10 IC 

10 6 



10 

9 
9 
9 



I 
8 

4 
3 

5 



7 



9 

9 
9 10 

10 

10 4 

10 6 



4 
3 



10 
10 
10 o 

9 ^ 



o o 

<; o 



D. 

20*2 
21*2 

a 
23-2 

24*2 

2j-2 
26*2 
27*2 
28-2 

• 

0-7 
1-7 

2*7 

3-7 

4*7 

5*7 

5 

7*7 
8-7 

9*7 
io'7 

11*7 

12'7 

i3'7 
O 

^5*7 

16-7 

17*7 
18-7 

19-7 

20'7 



5ft. gin. 



Equation of Time at Noon, 



X. Si 




11.D. 


X. 8. 




M.D. 


11. 8. 




X.D. 


JI. 8. 


10 5a 


Add. 


9 


7 33 


Add. 


17 


3 45 


Add. 


^5 


13 


10 29 




10 


7 5 




18 


3 i^ 




26 


43 


10 5 




II 


6 38 




^9 


2 46 




27 


I 13 


9 41 




12 


6 10 




20 


2 16 




28 


I 42 


g '' 




13 


5 4» 




21 


I 46 




29 


2 II 


S^I 




14 


5 13 




22 


I 17 




30 


2 41 


8 26 




^5 


4 44 




a3 


47 




31 


3 9 


7 S9 




16 


4 15 




H 


17 









Sub. 



I of Hi^ Water wn ghrm fbr Iffean Time at Place; if Greenwich or Bailway Time be required,— for 
oM la m« 1 HoftTXiAD odtf 28 m. | ILnovsomi tvlitraet \m*t!«l)i^Qi(i^^S^s^^ 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



DECEMBER, 1863. 


1 


1 


< h 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDEKKT. 


8LIG0 BAY. 


S 


E 


ll 














1 










t 


1 


MoitniKa 




Aftbhsooh. 


MOBKIKO. 


Afteshock. 




AnauotsL 








Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 


Time 


HeiBht. 


Time 


Bdght 


Tim.. 


Holght 


Ttoe. 


Bd|U 












1. 








F. 1, 










H. M. 




Ta. 




4ml} 


1 55 


S 




2 18 


8 6 


11 15 


6 


II 4 


5 9 


837 


8 it> 


I 9 ' 


8 "i 


W. 


2 


5 I 


2 41 


8 




3 4 


8 3 




— 


I 


5 7 


9.8 


8 6 


1 9 57 


8 , 


Th 


3 


.^ 43 


3 30 


8 


1 


3i8 


8 1 


5= 


s o 


I 3 


5 5 


10 3- 


8 3 


•o 59 


8 : 


F. 


4 


6 26 


4 28 


8 




+ 58 


8 


a e 


S i 


3 3. 


5 


11 3 


8 3 




— 


S. 


.5 


7 9 


5 30 


8 





6 a 


8 


3 i 


S 8 


3 3 


5 11 


3 


8 3 


036 


8 . 


* 


6 


7 5^ 


633 


8 




7 4 


8 a 


4 „ 


6 I 


4 3 


6 3 


1 7 


8 6 


I 31 


8 1 


M. 


7 


8 44 


7 33 


8 




7 59 


8 5 


4 53 


6 S 


5 M 


' 7 


3 C 


8 II 


3 3" 


9 ■ 


Ta. 


8 


9 3Ci 


8 23 


3 




846 


8 II 


5 34 


6 10 


S 5' 


7 °, 


" 54 


9 7 


3 '5 


9 ' 


W. 


9 


10 32 


9 9 


9 


J 


9 3' 


9 3 


6 15 


7 ' 


64. 


7 4 


3 3* 




3 57 




Th. 


10 


11 32 


9 54 


9 




10 16 


9 5 


7 t 


7 ' 


7 3c 


7 8 


4 3C 


10 11 


4 44 


II 


F. 




oa.3+ 


10 39 


9 






9 7 


7 J. 


7 ■■> 


8 I 


7 " 


5 8 


II 4 


5 33 




S. 




I 3.5 


11 3.) 


9 




II 48 


9 7 


83 


8 


8 5S 


? ■■ 


5 53 




6 18 


II 1 


»■ 


^i 


2 34 


— 






13 


9 7 


9 22 


7 10 


9 4-? 


7 8 


643 


II 5 


7 7 


ri : 


M. 


14 


3 3> 


33 


9 




I 4 


9 6 




7 <• 


10 3 


7 4 


7 3 




7 56 


10 1 


Tu. 


1.1 


4 24 


I 32 


9 






9 .3 


Io5£ 


J ' 


11 3S 


6 II 


8 a 


10 4 


848 


to 


W. 


i^ 


5 ij 


2 29 


9 




2 57 


8 li 








6 8 


9 iG 


9 9 


9 50 


9 ' 


Th. 




6 .^ 


3 aft 


8 


10 


3 5''> 


3 8 


4c 


« 5 


1 1 


6 3 


10 33 


9 3 


1056 


9 


P. 


[8 


654 


4 26 


8 




4 59 


8 5 


1 55 


6 I 


3 3.1 


6 I 


11 3c 


9 ° 






S. 


15 


7 4= 


J 32 


8 




6 5 


8 3 


3 9 


6 2 


3 4 


6 3 


4 


8 11 


038 


8 n 


* 


2C 


8 32 


fi.?8 


8 


3 


7 12 


8 3 


4 9 


« .! 


4 3 


6 6 


1 1 


8 10 


' 45 


8 11 


M. 


21 


9 22 


7 44 


8 




8 12 


8 5 


5 3 


6 6 


.■; 3( 


6 7 


3 17 


9 1 


» 44 


9 I 


Tu. 


12 




8 38 


8 




9 2 


8 g 


5 4S 


fi 8 


6 1 


6 9 


3 9 


9 5 


3 31 


9 i 


W. 


i.l 


II 4 


9 »5 


8 


10 


9 47 


8 II 


6 3f 


6 10 


«ss 


6 11 


3 5" 


9 10 


4 13 




Th. 


14 


" ,^4 


10 8 


9 




10 a8 


9 1 


7 a 


7 " 


7 4 


7 ' 


4 34 




4 55 


10 ^ 


F. 


^i 


morn. 


10 47 


9 




u ■; 


9 J 


8 




8 it 


7 3 


5 '. 


10 6 


5 34 


10 ] 


S. 


1(5 


41 


u 22 


9 




II 38 


9 ' 


835 


7 3 


8 jc 


7 » 


5 5" 


10 7 


6 8 


10 1 


JS 


3- 


1 29 


I' 5.^ 


9 









9 e 


7 ■ 


9 33 


7 < 


«3J 


10 J 


64a 


10 ^ 


M. 


18 


2 14 


13 


9 




30 


9 


938 


6 II 


9 5. 


6 10 


« 59 


10 3 


7 .6 


10 1 


Tu- 


2y 


2 57 


048 


9 




I 6 


8 11 


10 5 


6 9 


10 at 


6 7 


7 33 


9 10 


7 5' 


9 < 


W. 


30 


3 40 


I 26 


8 




i 46 


8 10 


10 4, 


6 6 


11 J 


6 4 


8 8 


9 6 


827 


9 J 


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3' 


4 21 


a 7 


8 


9 


a aS 


8 £ 


11 25 


6 2 


11 54 


6 c 


8 47 


9 ' 


9 9 


8 II 


H^M»j.pA,) 4n. 9... 


grt. jQtn. 


6"- 


7^. 


P/itues of the 


Moon. 


Jtfoon'jf DecUnatum at Noon. 


D. H 


w. 


U.Ti. 


. , 


«.D. 




K.D. 


. 


MJk 


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Last Quarter- 3 


14 Aftepnoon. 


I 


01..50 


9 1 


98.50 


k 


3N.22 


^S > 


9«-j; 


New 10 8 


23 Afternoon. 


2 


57 




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18 


7 8 


a6 I 


7 a 


FintQuarter- 17 11 


4.6 Morning. 


3 


3 46 




48 


'9 


I a8 


a? I 




Full . - - 35 3 


j;o Morning. 


4 


1 s-3.; 




9 9 






38 








5 


,! S9 




6 13 


11 


S 4 


ap 


S 1; 


In Perigee - - 13 ^ 


Afternoon. 


6 


14 




" '5 


aa 


a 


30 


4 i^ 


In Apegee - - 38 3 


Afternoon. 


I 


4 9 




7 36 


33 


I 


31 


08. ; 






8 


7 >7 


16 


3 38 


>4 


57 







The timet of BIgb Water MvgiTcn for MeuTinie at Placet if I>aUiu or Bailwv Ttaw berefika^-J 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



97 



DECEMBER, 1863. 



GALWAY. 



HOSHIHO. 



I O 

i 44 

) 37 

39 
48 

^9 

6 

54 
40 

26 
M 

4 
5.3 
45 
39 
35 
39 
50 

a^ 
28 
21 

I " 
5 54 
^ 34 

; 10 

; 46 

> 20 

> 55 

r 32 
( II 



I. 
II 

3 

91 
8 

II 



F. 
I 
I 
O 

o 
o 



I I 

1 9 

2 8 

3 6 

4 3 

4 " 

5 4 

5 3 

4 iJ 

4 3 

3 3 

» 5 
I 10 

I 8 

I 8 

1 II 

a 4 

2 10 

3 3 
3 7 
3 10 

3 9 

3 7 

3 3 
2 II 

a 5 



Aptxbxoon. 



Time. 

H. If. 

8 21 

9 
10 

II 13 



9 

7 



o 
I 
2 

3 
4 



49 
42 

30 

17 

3 



4 49 



5 
6 

7 



39 
28 



o '^ 
8 12 



9 
10 

ti 14 



7 
5 



o 57 



I 
2 

3 

4 



55 
47 
33 
15 



4 5a 

5 a8 

6 

6 37 

7 13 

7 5' 

8 31 



Height. 
F. I. 



I 

O 
O 
O 

I 
2 

3 

3 
4 
5 
5 

5 

4 

3 
2 

2 

I 



I 
2 
2 

3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 

3 

2 

2 



7 
II 

7 
9 

5 
2 

I 

10 

7 
2 

4 

2 

7 

9 
10 

o 

8 



5 

9 
10 

8 

5 
I 

8 

I 



QUEENSTOWN. 



MOBNIMO. 



Time. 

H. M. 

8 16 

8 s^ 

9 Ao 

10 38 

11 45 



o 
I 
2 

3 

4 

4 
5 

6 



18 

^3 
22 

13 
2 

51 
41 



7 
8 



30 
18 

6 

8 53 

9 4a 

10 38 

11 47 



Height. 
F. I. 



in Spring') yft. gin. 



22 

35 
31 
30 
17 
58 

37 

13 
46 

19 

55 



o 
I 
2 

3 
4 

4 
5 

6 
6 

7 

7 
8 28 



9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

II 

12 

12 
II 
II 
10 
10 

9 
9 

9 

9 

10 

10 
10 
II 
1 1 

II 

II 
10 
10 
10 



II 
6 
2 
o 
I 

3 
8 

2 

10 

5 
10 

I 

I 
10 

5 
II 

3 

10 

7 

7 

9 

o 

5 

9 
o 

I 

I 

o 

9 

6 



Aftekkooh. 



Time. 

H. M. 

8 35 

9 17 

10 7 

11 II 



o 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



50 
53 
48 
38 
26 

16 
6 



<5 54 

7 42 

8 29 

9 18 

10 7 

11 12 



Height. 
F. I. 



O 
2 

3 

3 
4 
5 
5 

6 

7 

7 
8 



58 
8 

5 

54 
38 
18 

55 

30 

3 

37 
12 



845 



9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

12 

12 

12 
II 
II 
10 
10 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

10 

II 

II 

II 
10 
10 
10 
10 



WATERFORD. 



MOBNIKO. 



8 

4 
I 

o 

5 
II 

6 

I 

8 

o 

2 

o 
8 
2 

7 
o 

8 

8 
10 

3 

7 

la 
I 
I 

I 

II 

7 

4 
o 



Time, 
n. M. 

8 33 

9 10 

10 o 

10 59 
12 o 



o 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



^o 

31 

33 

31 
24 

14 
2 



5ft. iQin. 



6 50 

7 38 

8 25 

9 9 

958 

II o 



Height. 

F. I. 



10 
10 
10 

9 

9 

10 
10 
II 
II 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
10 



35 
43 

50 
48 

39 
21 

57 



o 
I 
2 

3 
4 
5 
5 

6 

7 

7 40 

8 14 
8 46 



34 
8 



II 

6 

1 

10 

10 

o 

4 


•• 
/ 

I 

6 

9 

10 
8 

5 
10 

3 
8 



Afternoon. 



Time. 



10 
10 

10 10 



4 
6 



8 

9 
10 

II 



I 
2 

3 

3 

4 

5 
6 



51 

33 
29 

30 



o 

3 
2 

58 

49 

37 

26 



Height. 
F. I. 






7 
8 



2 

5 
7 
9 

9 

9 

8 

6 



14 
2 

8 47 

9 32 

2S 
32 

4 

8 

18 
20 

14 



10 

II 

o 



I 

2 

3 

4 
5 

5 39 

6 15 

6 51 

7 34 

7 57 

8 30 

9 ^ 



10 

to 

9 
9 

o 
o 
I 
1 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
1 
O 
O 
O 

O 
O 



D. 

20*2 
21*2 

([ 
9123 -2 

24*2 



9 

4 
II 



2 
8 

4 
10 

4 
8 

10 



/ 
2 

/ 
1 1 

6 
4 

4 

8 



4 
6 

8 
9 

9 
9 
/ 

4 



2 '5*2 
2(5-2 
27*2 
28-2 

• 

o*7 
1*7 

2.7 

3-7 

4-7 

5'1 

J) 

7*7 
8-7 

9*7 
io'7 

II. 7 

12*7 

i3'7 
O 



'5'7 
i6*7 

^7-7 

18-7 

19-7 

20 '7 



&^ 2 



111. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



o 
o 

o 

9 

9 
8 

8 
7 



a. 
5» 

5 

17 

59 





]ij>. 


x. & 




XJ>. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 


Add. 


9 


7 33 


Add. 


17 


3 45 


Add. 


a5 


13 




10 


7 5 




18 


3 i<5 




26 


43 




II 


6 38 




19 


2 46 




27 


I 13 




12 


6 10 




20 


2 16 




28 


I 42 




13 


5 4a 




21 


I 46 




29 


2 11 




14 


5 13 




22 


I 17 




30 


2 41 




'1 


4 44 




23 


47 




31 


3 9 




16 


4 15 




24 


17 









Sub. 



of Higli Water are girea for Iffean Time at Place; if Dublin or liailway Time be reqaired,— for 
HfAT mM Uin. I QuxnmowH odd 8m. | Watuiobd odd Sm. 



G 



98 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



Table (B.) — For ^tiding the Height of the Tide at any intermediate Hour between 

High and Low Water, 



Height above Half- 
tide or Mean Level 
of the Sea. 








Time from High 


Water. 




• 




u. . 


M. 


H. 


H. 


n. M. 


n. H. 


H. . 


M. 


XI. 


• 
H. 


u. : 


Bf. 


H. 


M. 


H. - 


u. 


H. 


M. 


H. M. 


H. 


M. 


n. x, 


00 


30 


I 


I 30 


2 





2 30 


3 





3 30 


4 





4 ^ 


|o 


5 


5 ^ 


|0 


6 c 






Add 








Subtract 


Feet 


Ft. 


in. 


Ft. 


in. Ft. in. Ft. in. 


Ft 


in. 


Ft. 


in. 


Ft 


in. 


Ft 


in. 


Ft 


in. 


Ft 


in. 


Ft in. 


Ft 


in. 


Ft fl 


3 


3 





2 


II 


^ 7 


2 I 


I 


6 





9 











9 


I 


6 


2 


I 


a 7 


2 


II 


3 


4 


4 





3 


10 


3 6 


2 10 


2 
















I 





2 





2 


10 


3 6 


3 


10 


4 


5 


5 





4 


10 


4 4 


3 6 


2 


6 




3 








I 


3 


2 


6 


3 


6 


4 4 


4 


10 


5 


6 


6 





5 


10 


5 ^ 


4 3 


3 







7 








I 


>> 
/ 


3 





4 


3 


5 a 


5 


10 


6 


7 


7 





6 


9 


6 I 


4 " 


3 


6 




10 








I 


10 


3 


6 


4 


II 


6 I 


6 


9 




8 


8 





7 


9 


6 II 


5 8 


4 





2 


I 








2 


I 


4 





5 


8 


6 II 


7 


9 


8 


9 


9 





8 


8 


7 9 


6 4 


4 


6 


2 


4 








2 


4 


4 


6 


6 


4 


7 9 


8 


8 


9 


lO 


10 





9 


8 


8 8 


7 I 


5 





2 


>> 
/ 








2 


7 


5 





7 


I 


8 8 


9 


8 


10 


II 


II 





10 


8 


9 6 


7 9 


5 


6 


2 


10 








2 


10 


5 


6 


7 


9 


9 6 


10 


8 


II 


12 


12 





Tl 


7 


^0 5 


8 6 


6 





3 


I 








3 


I 


6 





8 


6 


'o 5 


II 


7 


13 


J3 


13 





12 


7 


iJ 3 


9 2 


6 


6 


3 


4 








3 


4 


6 


6 


9 


2 


" 3 


12 


7 


13 


14 


14 





13 


6 


12 I 


9 ^' 


7 





3 


/ 








3 




7 





9 


II 


12 I 


13 


6 


H 


15 


15 





H 


6 


13 


10 7 


7 


6 


3 


II 








3 


II 


7 


6 


10 


7 


13 


H 


6 


J? 


i6 


16 





15 


5 


13 10 


II 4 


8 





4 


2 








4 


2 


8 





II 


4 


13 10 


^5 


5 


16 


I? 


17 





16 


5 


14 9 


12 


8 


6 


4 


5 








4 


5 


8 


6 


12 





14 9 


16 


5 


ir 


i8 


18 





17 


5 


15 7 


12 9 


9 





4 


8 








4 


8 


9 





12 


9 


15 7 


17 


5 


18 


^9 


^9 





18 


4 


16 5 


13 5 


9 


6 


4 


II 








4 


II 


9 


6 


13 


5 


i^ 5 


18 


4 


19 


20 


20 





^9 


4 


17 4 


14 2 


10 





5 


2 








5 


2 


10 





H 


2 


17 4 


19 


4 


20 


21 


21 





20 


3 


18 2 


14 10 


10 


6 


5 


5 








5 


5 


10 


6 


14 


10 


18 a 


ao 


3 


21 


22 


22 





21 


3 


19 I 


15 7 


II 





5 


8 








5 


8 


II 





15 


7 


19 I 


21 


3 


23 


^3 


23 





22 


3 


19 II 


16 3 


II 


6 


5 


II 








5 


II 


II 


6 


16 


3 


19 II 


2a 


3 


*3 


24 


24 





23 


2 


20 9 


17 


12 





6 


2 








6 


2 


12 





17 





20 9 


^3 


2 


H 



RrLE. — To find the Height of the Tide above the zero of the tables 
at any intermediate Hour between High and Low Waier.* 

The zero of the tables is the mean height of the low water of ordinaiy 
spring tides. 

From the height in the tables, subtract the half mean spring range> 
the remainder will be the height above the half-tide or mean level 



♦ The mean interval of time between two consecutive high waters is'about 1 ah. i^ni., 
hut for the mariner's purpose the duration of flood or ebb may be considered as 6 
hours. There are occasional exceptions ; at Portsmouth, for example, tiie flood nma 7 
hours and the ebb 5 hours. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 99 

of the sea, with which enter Table (B.), and, under the time from high 
water, take out the corresponding correction, and, as directed, add it to, 
or subtract it from, the half mean spring range ; the result will be the 
height of tlie tide at that time above zero or the low^water standard of 
the tables. 



Example I. 

Required the height of the tide above zero at Liverpool on March 12th, 

P.M., at 2 h. after high water. 

Ft in. 
Height of high water (by the tables) - - - 220 

Half mean spring range - - - - - 130 



Height above the half-tide or mean level of the sea -=90 

Half mean spring range - - - - - 130 
By table (B) 9 f t o in. gives - - - - -j. ^, 6 





Ft. in. 


- 


27 4 


- 


13 


01 


14 4 


- 


13 


- 


— 7 a 



Height of the tide above zero at 2 h. afler high water =17 6 



Example II. 

Required the height of the tide above zero, at Liverpool on March 20th, 
P.M., at4h. after high water. 

Height of high water (by the tables) 

Half mean spring range - - - - 

Height above the half-tide or mean level of the seo. 

Half mean spring range - - - . 
By table (B) 14 ft 4 in. gives - - - 

Height of the tide above zero at 4 h. afler high water =z 5 10 

In some cases, however, between 5 and 6 h. from high water, the 
correction from table (B) will be greater than the half mean spring 
range; when such is the case, the tide at that time will have fallen 
below the zero of the tables by a quantity equal to the difference 
between the correction from table (B) and the half mean spring range. 



Example III. 

Required the level of the tide at Liverpool on March 20th, p.m. at 
5^ h. after high water. 

Height of high water (by the tables) - - - 
Half mean spring range . . - - - 

Height above the half tide or mean level of the sea - 

Half mean nsring range 

By table (B) X4tt 4 in. at j^h, from high water - 

Levd of the tide behw zero ... - 



Ft. 


in. 


^7 


4 


13 





14 


4 


13 





13 


10 





10 


1^ 2 





100 TIDE TABLES, &c. 

As stated in the advertisement, the soundings in most charts are 
reduced to the same zero as these tables, — viz., the mean level of the 
low water of ordinary spring tides, — ^but should the soundings on any par- 
ticular chart be reduced to a standard below that zero, there will, in that 
case, be a greater depth of water in the channel than is given in the 
tables, by a quantity equal to the difference between the half mean spring 
range and the half spring range of the chart, or in other words, the dif- 
ference between the mean level of the low water of spring tides, and the 
low- water standard to which the soundings on the chart are reduced : 
for example — The soundings on the chart of Liverpool are reduced to 
a zero 15 ft. below the mean level of the sea, whereas, the mean spring 
range for that place, as shown in the result of two years' observations 
(1854 and 1855) of the Self-registering Tide Gauge at St Georges Pier, 
being 26 ft. gives 13 fit. below the mean level of the sea; consequently 
a ft. will have to be added to the results deduced from table (B.) 

Thus, in Example L On the chart of Liverpool 1 1 fL being marked 
on the bar of the Victoria Channel, the actual depth over the bar at 2h. 
after high water would be 1 7 ft. 6 in. -f- 1 1 ft o in. + ^ft. o in.= 30ft. 6 in. 



Corrections for certain Docks, &c.* 

The depth at high water on the sills of the following Docks may be 
known, by applying to the standard high water heights given in the 
foregoing Tables the annexed correction according to the sign. 

Ft. in 
Falmouth — Over the Sill of Graving Dock - -—20 

(applied to the heights given for Holyhead.) 

Devonport — Over the Sill of Basin - - - 4-15 8 

H. M. Dockyard. „ South Dock - - - -fi2 8 

New Long Dock - - -|-t6 i 

Old North Dock - - ^ 4. 4 «; 

New North Dock - -+48 






»» 



Keyham „ Entrance to Lock - - - -f 1 8 a 
„ Entrance to North Basin -+92 






No. I Dock - +5 •> 
a „ - + 5 a 
3 » -4-92 

Plymouth — Great Western Docks, Millbay. 

Over the Sill of Floating Dock - - - - -fio 3 
„ Graving Dock - - --{-119 

(applied to the heights given for Devonport.) 

Portsmouth —Over the Sill of No. 1 or South Dock 
H, M. Dockyard. „ Entrance 

No. 2 

3 )> Basin Dock 

4 
5 



99 

>» 
?> 




* As it in desirable that the information here given sboold be aoeiumte and complete 
it is requested that corrections and additions be forwarded to the Seeretair mUie 
Admiralty. 



TIDE TABLES, &c. 101 



Porismouik — Over the Sill of No. 6 or North Dock 
r. M. Dockyard. „ Entrance ^ 

,> No. 7 > Steam Basin 

sJ 

.» 9 at N. end of Slips 

M ID South yy 

Skeemen — ^Over the Invert at the^ 



„ Sill of No. I Dock > Great Basin - 

9» » 3 » 




II 



i7. ^. Dockyard, ontranco - | 

J 

„ „ No. 4 Dock I ^^ 3^.^ _ 

Chatham^Oyer the Sill of No. i Dock - - . — 3 

HM. Dockyard. „ 2 „ - - . ^ ^ ^ 

>» 3 » •• - -+34. 

» 4» - - -+05 

(applied to the Heights given for London.) 

Woolwich — Over the Sill at the entrance of Outer Basin . ^ 3 ^ 

JI. M. Dockyard. »» Inner Basin - +110 

„ No. I Dock - + 2 10 

» a „ - 4. I 10 

» , 3 »? - + I 10 

(applied to tlie heights given for London.) 

Deptford—Oser the Sill of Outer Dock - .-.42 

H. M. Dockyard. „ Inner Dock - - — 6 2 

(applied to the Heights given for London.) 

Xojidbn^-Over the Sill of St. Katherine Dock - .^89 

„ London Dock, Hermitage En tr. - + o 10 

). » Wapping „ . +39 

„ » Shadwelly Upper -+62 

» .» »> Lower - -f 8 10 

„ Grand Surrey Dock - - -f 7 10 

„ Surrey Canal and Dock • _ q 2 

„ New Commercial Dock, Upper \ __ 

Entrance - - - / ~" ^ 3 

„ Regents Canal and Dock -^08 

„ West India Dock, Limehouse 1 

Entrance - - • / + 3 'o 

„ City Canal or South West India \ , 

Dock, Limehouse - - / "T" 4 4 

„ Commercial Dock, Upper, Lime- "• _ 

house Reach J ° 
>i 9> » Lower „ - 4- 7 10 

„ City Canal or South West India ) , 

Dock, Blackwall - - / + 4 7 

„ West India Dock, Blackwall - 4- 3 u 

„ East India Dock „ . ^ j^ 4 

„ Victoria London Dock „ .^810 



Hull — Over the Sill of Humher Dock - . 4. ^. 3 

MiddUsbrough^OycT the Sill of the Dock - .+41 

(applied to the Heights given for Sunderland.) 

Mdrtl^ool— Oyer the Sills of Victoria, West or Coal Dock, 1 . ^ « 

Swainston and Jackson Docks - . j "^ ^ ° 

(applied to the Heights given for Sunderland.) 



102 TIDE TABLES, &c. 

Sunderland — Over the Sill of Wearmouth Dock 

,, South Dock, North Entrance 

„ „ South Outlet, 

Inner Gates 
:, „ „ Outer „ 

„ Graving Dock 

LeUh — Over the Sills of East and West Docks 

„ Victoria or New Dock - 

Pemhrdke^^OseT the Sill of Dock Entrance 
H, M, Dockyard. 

Liverpool^^ 

Over the Sill of Canada Dock, South Passages, East - 
„ „ „ vv est - 

„ „ Lock - - ^ - 

,, Huskisson Dock, East Lock 

„ „ ,, west j» - - 

„ Sandon Dock, West Entrance 

Wellington Half-tide Dock, East Entrance 



■■ 



» 



99 

» 
>» 

99 
91 
99 



West 



99 99 99 99 tt «iot, „ 

„ Wellington Dock, West Passage 

„ Bramley-Moore Dock, North Passage 

„ „ „ South Passage 

„ Nelson Dock, South Passage 

„ Stanley Dock, West Passage 

„ Collingwood Dock, West Passage 

„ Salisbury Dock, West Entrances, North - 

19 99 99 99 SOUtll - 

„ Clarence Graving Dock Basin, N. Passage 

9> 99 99 99 S. Passage 



Clarence Half-tide Dock, West Entrance - 

„ Dock, West Passage 
Trafalgar Lock, North and South Passages 



99 

9) 
99 

„ „ Dock, South Passage - 

„ Victoria Dock, South Passage 

„ Waterloo Dock and Lock, North Passage - 

„ „ „ „ South Entrance 

„ Princes Dock and Locks, North Entrance 

„ }, )t „ South Entrance 

„ Georges Dock and Passage, North Entrance 

„ ,» ), „ South Passage 

„ Manchester Dock, West Entrance 

„ „ Lock, West Entrance 

y, Canning Dock, West Passage 

„ Half- tide Basin, two West En- 
trances, each 
Albert Dock, North Passage 

„ „ East Passage 
Salthouse Dock, North Passage 
Wapping Basin, West Passage 

„ „ North and South Passages, )^ 
each - - - f 

„ „ Dock, West Passage 

„ „ „ South Passage 

„ Kings Dock, South Passage 

„ QueensDock Basin, West Entrances, North 

!> )> 99 ,) South 

„ „ West Passage 

„ „ South Passage 

i, Coburg Dock, West Entrance 



:} 



TIDE TABLES, he. 103 

Liverpool — continued: Ft in. 

Over the Sill of Brunswick Dock, North Passage - .—19 

„ >, Half-tide Dock, East Passage .—29 



„ „ „ n West Entrance — 2 3 

„ Toxteth Dock, West Entrance - - ~~ 3 3 



Harrington Dock, West Entrance -—71 

J, Garston Dock - - - -—23 

„ River Craft Dock, Lock, and Eagle Basin, ) _ 3 5 

Outer Gates j 

„ „ „ „ Inner „ - — 9 ^ 

„ Duke of Bridgewater s Dock, Outer Gates -—3 9 

„ » )» 9) Middle „ - — 8 9 

„ » » » Inner „ - — 2 3 

„ Canada Lock and Graving Dock - .-.06 

,, Huskisson Lock and Graving Dock -—19 

„ Sandon Graving Docks, Nos. i to 5, East — 4 9 

„ 9, „ No. 6, West - — 4 9 

,, Canning Graving Docks, No. I - —10 o 

, „ „ No. 2 - — 8 3 

„ Queens Graving Docks, No. i - .—67 

„ „ „ No. 2 ..—49 

„ Brunswick Graving Docks, No. i - - — ^ 9 

„ „ „ No. 2 - - — j 9 

^^^"Jienhead — 
^ ver the Sill of Morpeth Dock from Morpeth Basin -—33 

,, Sills of Caisson between Egcrton and Morpeth ) 

Docks . . . . ' .;- Q 9 

„ Sill of Reverse Gate - - - ^ ^ 2 cj 

„ Sills of Caisson between Egerton Dock and Great 1 

Float . . . . . -/- ° 9 

„ „ East and West Floats -—09 

(applied to the heights given for Liverpool.) 

O vcr the Sill of North Wall Graving Dock - .+60 

Old Custom House Dock - . ^ ^ 1^ 

Georges Dock - - - -I- ^ ^^ 

Camden Lock of Grand Canal Dock -+70 
(applied to the heights given for Kingstown.) 
^ *^ ^a don Jerry — 

^v-er the Sill of Graving Dock - - .4-74 






TIDAL CONSTANTS 

FOR 

"V^ARIOUS BRITISH, IRISH, AND EUROPEAN PORTS. 

I^HE following table contains Tidal Constants for several places on 
^^ coasts of the United Kingdom and of Europe, which, being applied 
^^^ording to the sign + or — to the times or heights belonging to the 
standard port to which each of them is referred, will afford a ready 
??^^iis of determining approximately the height as well as the time of 
*&h water at each of those several places. 

CNote.] In the tables from 1850-1858 the Constants for the height 

^^^e given for such places only where the curves for the place and the 

^J^^dard port were similar, the Constant being the difference between 

^r^ vhole rise at the two places. But as that arrangement, which at 

^^^ referred necessarily to a standard port on a distant part of the 

^^^^^t, appears to have confused the mariner, he is now referred to the 

^^^U^dard port in the locality of the required place, which although the 

^^^It deduced thereby may not be strictly accurate, yet it is sutBcicntiy 

for practical purposes. 



104 



TIDAL CONSTANTS. 





Constants. 








Coast or Iexlahd. 








Standard FsTt Tos 


Time. 


Height 


Reference. 




H. 14. 


PT. 


IN. 




Skull 


- o 59 


— 


2 


I 


Queenstown. 


Crookhaven .... 


— O j2 




• . 




f\ 


Dunmanus Harbour 


— I 4 


— 


2 


4 


9> 


Dunbeacon, Dunmanus Bay • 


— I lO 


— 


I 


7 


99 


Black Ball Harbour . . 


— J 21 


— 


2 


3 


99 


Castletown, Bearhaven 


— o 47 


— 


2 





9> 


Bantry Harbour 


— I 14 


— 


I 


7 


» 


West Cove, Ken mare River 


- i 9 


— 


I 


9 


9 


Valentia Harbour . 


— I 19 


— 





8 


)> 


Limerick, R. Shannon . 


+ I 45 


+ 


I 


9 


Galway. 


Mellon . „ . . . 


-f I 26 




. . 




99 


Foynes Island „ . . . 


+ I 


+ 





7 


99 


Tarbert - „ . . . 


-f 22 


— 





7 


9) 


Kilrush . „ . . . 


+ 07 




. . 




*9 


Carrigaholt „ . . . 


+ 09 




. . 




99 


Kilbaha . „ . . • 


— 19 


— 


I 


9 


» 


Roundstone .... 


— 50 


+ 


I 


9 


Sligo. 


Inishbofin 


— 44 


+ 





4 


J> 


Westport .... 


— 21 


+ 


I 


I 


.•> 


Achillbeg .... 


— 4 


— 





6 


99 


BlacLsod Bay (Quay) . 


— 31 




. • 




9> 


Broadhavcn Harbour 


— 18 


— 





9 


>t 


Donegal Harbour, (SalUiillQuay) 


+ .5 




. . 




» 


K illy begs 


+ 13 




. . 




J> 


Lough Rossmorc . 


+ 19 




. . 




99 


Gweedore Bay (Bunbeg) 


+ 14 


— 





6 


» 


Shcephaven 


+ 7 


+ 





7 


» 


Rathmullan, Lough Swilly . 


-f 24 




. • 




» 


Coleraine 


— I 37 




1 


6 


Londonderry. 


Port Rush 


— 1 S3 


— 


2 


6 


99 


Ballycastle Bay 


— 4 18 




• . 




Belfast. 


Lough Larne .... 


— 13 




. . 




99 


Donaghadec .... 


+ 03 


+ 





3 


Kingstown. 


Lough Strangford (Killard 












Point) 


- 17 




. . 




99 


„ Strangford Quay 


4- I 21 




. . 




» 


„ Carlingford (Bar or 












Cranficld Point) . 


— 10 




. . 




>9 


Warrenpoint . . . . 





+ 


3 


I 


99 


Howth . . . . 


— I 




. . 




99 


Dublin Bar . . . . 


-f 2 




. . 




99 


Wicklow 


— 41 




. • 




99 


Arklow 


— 2 25 




. • 




99 


Wexford 


+ a I 


— 


7 


4 


Waterford. 


New Ross 


+ 44 


+ 





I 


99 


Waterford Bridge . 


-f 46 


+ 


I 





99 


Dunmore 


+ 07 


— 





2 


99 


Ballinaconrty, Dungarvun . 


^08 










9> 


Youghal 


- 6 


+ 





3 


99 


Ballycotton 


— 26 


— 





5 


99 


Kinsale ... 


— 18 


— 





4 


Queenstown. 


Courtmacsherry 


- 25 


— 


I 


I 


99 


Castletownscud • 


— 40 


.. 


I 





99 


Baltimore 


- 38 




. • 




99 



TIDAL CONSTANTS. 



aple Bar. 

iwater Bar 

:iead 

I (King Road) . . 

f 

ea (Momliles Ligbthooae) 

ly 

d Haven (cntranci:) . 
lard, Goodie Pier . 

Btwyth .... 

ovey 

mth 

5li 

;y Island .... 
■dyn-lleyn 



;s Head and I'ortHar- 1 



I Foot . 
as, ia\e ofMaj 



Point, Solway Firili 
'atrick 



■mory. Isle of Mull 
-e, Isle or Skye . 



'a, Summer Isles . 
pway, Isle of Lewis 
■Wralh . . . 



>5« 
^-5 



-H o JO 
+ 1 17 
+ 4 ■!' 



' 47 



Weaton-supei-niare. 



Holyhead. 



Liverpool. 



TIDAL CONSTANTS. 





Cuiulantfc 


Sliinikrd Purt fur 


pDiTt or Gaa«T Butai». 


Tune. 


UclghL 


R^J^^ 




H. M. 


FT. IN. 




Stromness 


+ O 33 




Thurso. 


Lerwick 




+ 2 3, 






Wick .... 




— 3 55 




Leith. 


Dornock Road 




— 2 !■} 




„ 


Cromarty . . . 










Invemeia . . . 




- ' 59 




„ 


Banff .... 




~ ' 49 




n 


Peterhead . . . 




— ' 43 




„ 


Aberdeen . 




— I 17 




,1 


Stonehaven 




- 1 7 






Montrose . 








» 


Arbroatii . 




— o 42 




,1 


TayBor . . . 










Droughty Ferry . 
Dundee . . . 




+ 5 
— 50 


+ 02 


Sundorbiml, 


Dunbar . . . 




- I 14 






Berwick . . . 




— 1 4 




„ 


Holy liland . . 




- 5a 


.. 


■• 


Blylh .... 




- a 7 


.. ,. 1 


Tynemouth Bar 




— a 




:> 


Seaham . . . 




+ 03 






Hartlepool . . . 




+ 6 


+ 8 




Whitby . . . 




+ 23 




„ 


Suarborough . 




+ 49 


+ ' 5 


,1 


Filey Uay . 




+ 58 




11 iV 


Flambo rough Head 




- 1 59 




Hull. 1 


Bridlington 




— 1 50 




1 


Spurn Point . . 




— 1 3 




1 


Great Grimsby , 




- 53 


_ V 8 


1 


Lynn and Boston Deep 




- ag 




1 


Wells Bar . . . 




- 9 




1 


„ Harbour. 




+ 031 




1 


Blakeney Bar . 




+ Q 1 




1 


Yarmouth Road 




- a 51 




Uarwidi. 1 


Lowestoft . 




— 2 9 




1 


Orforduess 




— 51 


., 


■• 


Nore .... 








Sheemess. ' 


Chathum . 




+ 25 




„ 


Gravcaend . 




- 57 




London. 


Wflolwich . . . 








„ 


Greenwich . 




— 34 




„ 


London Docks . 




— 10 


+ 0" 4 


„ 


Margate . 




- a 27 




» 


llanugatc . 






— 4 I 




Deal .... 




+ 03 




D IVLT. 


Folkatone . . . 




— 5 




„ 


Dungeiietis . 








„ 


RyeBny . . . 




+ '3 


:: 


Haatinga ■ ■ . 




— 19 




" 


Beachy Head . 




+ 08 






Newhaven . . . 




+ 39 




1, 


Shorebaoi . . . 




+ 23 






Littlchamptun . 




- 5 




PoiwnwulL. 


Sclsea Bill . . . 




+ 04 




II 


Ik-mbridge Point . 




- 41 







TIDAL CONSTANTS. 



107 



G&ZAT Britain. 



)n . . . 

8 

ber . 

int . 

h . . . 

• • • 

•eakwater 

s> • • • 

• • « 

• • ■ 

• • * 

breakwater 

• • • 4 

• • • 

• • • i 

(St. Mary) . 





Constants. 



Time. 



-f- 
-f- 



H. M. 

I II 

41 

55 

41 

3^ 
40 

38 
38 

17 

33 
6 

17 
29 

46 

13 
16 



o 
I 
I 
2 
2 

4 
o 

o 

o 

o 

o 

o 

o 

o 

I 

I 



Height 



FT. IN. 



10 



Standard Port for 
JElefcrence. 



Portsmouth. 






Devonport. 






WESTERN < 


COAST OP 


EUROPE. 




• • • • • 


- I 27 






Brest. 


• • 






— 2 2 






» 


r) . . 






- I 17 






» 


• • < 






- I 17 






» 


• • * 






- 47 






j> 


• • 






— 17 






» 


• • « 






— 2 






9> 


• ■ • 






+ 50 






» 


)rdouan . 






— 10 






» 


m • t 






+ 33 






» 


m 






— 27 






» 


• m 






— 41 






» 


moutier . 






- 45 






»9 









- 5 






» 


1 

• 






- 7 






» 


• • 






— 29 






J> 


• • 






— 36 






J> 


irneau 






- 35 






» 


• • 






— 26 


- I 9 


» 


Ushant) 






- 15 


— I 


» 



NORTHERN COAST OF EUROPE. 



n 



iscy 
Helier) 
St. Peter Port) 



+ o 27 

+ 1 6 

+ I 30 

+ 24 

+ 2 18 

+ 2 26 

-f- 2 22 

+ 2 38 

+ 2 50 

+ a 45 



Brest. 






108 



^IDAL CONSTANTS. 



Northern Coast or Europe. 



Alderney . 
Cherbourg . 
Barfleur 
La Houguu 
Honfleur . 
Quilleboeuf. 
Havre . 
Fecamp 
Dieppe. 
Cayeux 
Boulogne . 
Cape Grisncz 
Calais . 
Dunkcrquc . 
Nieuport . 
Osteud. 
Flushing . 
Antwerp . 
Hellevoetsluis 
RotUTdam . 
Helgoland . 



Constants. 



Time. 



H. M. 



+ 
+ 
+ 



2 59 

4 a 

5 4 
+ 4 55 

+ 5 42 

6 19 

6 A 



Height. 



FT. IN. 



^ 57 



19 
18 



-f- 
+ 
+ 

+ 

+ o 56 

I 



7 

7 
o 



+ 4 3 

- 9 7 

. . 




13 
o 37 



+ 

+ 

+ 

+ 5 13 

+ 3 



I 
2 



13 
8 



18 



+ 4 33 
- o 33 



+ 24 
+ o 10 



— 2 10 



99 
Dover. 






Harwich. 



a 




SET OF THE TIDES ALONG THE SOUTH COAST 

OF ENGLAND. 

The tides about Plymouth Sound are tolerably r^alar, both flood a 
ebb, generally running each way about six hours and ten minates 
mean. Li Hamoaze the flood stream continues to run up, on sprii 
tides, about fifteen minutes after high water at Devonport Dock-Yar<3^ 

It is high water in Catwatcr rather earlier than at the Dock- 
but with strong winds from the southward and westward the tide flo 
half an hour longer in both harbours. 

At the Breakwater in Plymouth Sound it is high water a few minti. 
earlier than at the Dock-Yard, but the stream drains in for a six 
time after the water has ceased to rise. 

Abreast of Plymouth Sound, about 6 miles from the land, 
streams are very irregular and do not turn with the tide farther 
in the offing. One hour and three-quarters before high water at 
Dock-Yard the stream makes to the eastward and runs about E. b^ ^ 
for one hour ; during the next hour it is scarcely sensible, after wbB.'' <^ 
it turns to the southward, gradually changing to W.S.W. till the 1-^^ 
quarter of the ebb on the shore, when it veers from W.S.W. to W.N^ — "^^• 
During the first 3 hours flood on the shore, its direction changes f^gr^^^ 
W.N.W. to N.W., when it begins to slacken, and to set about N<^^**^> 
till at the last 4^ hours flood it runs E. by S. as at first. 

Four miles south-west of the Eddystone the stream begins to ^''^^ 
E. by S. when it is high wat,er at the Dock- Yard, and continues at^^^ J* 
two hours and three-quarters, when it slacks and shifts to the aoC^-*' 
ward. At 3^ hours ebb on the shore it sets W.S.W. ; at 4 ho*^^ 
W. by N. ; and then W.N.W. until low water. During the Btb^ ^ 
hours flood on the shore the stream sets N. W. by W.» and loses f ^ 
strength during the third hour, running N.W. and North. Dnrit^S 
the fourth hour, v/hat little stream there is sots N.N.E. and N.EL ^ 
and then E.N.E and £. by N. till about high water, when its direction 
is E. by S. 




Tli)AL STREAMS ALONG THE SOXJ^TH COAST. 109 

From Bolt Tail to Start Point, at 4 miles off shore, the eastern stream 
ikes at 3 hours after high water, and the western stream 3 hours 
^erlo"^ water on the shore ; the stream sets along the land, and its 
eatest velocity is 2^ knots. At neaps the turn of the stream is 
•egular, varyii^g from 4 to 7 hours after high and low water on the 
ore, the average being 5 hours. Its rate at neaps is i^ knots : off 
e Start 2^ knots. 

Off Exmouth Bar, at three quarters of a mile, south of Straight Point, 
full and change, the stream turns to the eastward at 3h. 40 m. and to 
3 westward at 1 1 h. o m., running in the latter direction about 4^ 
urs. The direction of the western stream for the first 2 hours is 
.S.W. ; for the next 2 hours west, and then turns gradually to the 
rthward. The direction of the eastern stream for the first quarter is 
N.E. ; at half-tide, E. by N. ; and the greatest velocity of both 
reams is about i knot. 

Three miles south of Beer Head, the stream turns to the westward at 
> h. 30 m., and runs in that direction 4 hours, then gradually turns 

the northward and runs for 2 hours between W.N.W. and N.E. by N. 

may be said to turn to the eastward about 5 o'clock, and for 2^ hours, 

until half tide, sets from N.E. to E. by N., and for the next 3 hours 
adually turns to the southward. The direction of the tide in this 
•sition is, therefore, round the compass, with little or no velocity, as even 

springs it scarcely runs a knot, and that only for a very short period. 
In West Bay, at 2 miles N.N.W. of the Bill of Portland, at full and 
lange, the tide begins to turn at 6h. 35m. and sets as follows : 
t hour of the ebb by the shore, at Portland Breakwater, S. -^ E., 
\ knots. 2d hour, S. ^ W., i J knots. 3d hour, S. by W. ^ W., li knots, 
;h hour, S.W, by S., three quarters of a knot. 5th hour, N.W. | N., nil 
;h hour, from N.N.W. to N. 4 W., three quarters of a knot. 7th hour 
.N.E. to E. by N., i knot. 81 h hour, S.E. ^ E., i^ knots, ist hourof 
e flood, S.E. by S., i^ knots. 2d, 3d, 4tb, and jth hours, S.S.E., 2 knots. 

At 2^ miles S.E. -^ S. of the Bill of Portland, near the west end of 
e Shambles, the ist hour of the flood by the shore sets west, at the 
te of 1^ to half a knot. 2d hour, E. i N., half a knot. 3d hour, 
. by N., 2 J knots. 4th hour, E.N.E. | E., 3I knots. 5th hour, east, 
\ knots. At the ist hour of the ebb, £. by o., 3-^ knots. 2d hour, 
. by S. to S.E. by S., 2-^ to i^ knots. 3d hour, south, i knot, 
h hour, S.W. by S., i^ knots. 5th hour, W.S.W. ^ W., i^ knots. 
:h hour, W. by S., 2 knots. 7th hour, W. by S., 2^ knots. 8th hour, 
-'.S.W. J W., 1 J knots. N.B.— About a mile south of the Bill, at half 
K)d, by the shore, the tide sets from S.S.E. to S.E. ^ E., and the opposite 
ream about W.S.W. ^ W, : the velocity of both streams, at springs, is 
cm j to 6 knots ; but although the tide runs with such violence near 
le Race, about a mile S.W. of the Bill the tide was found very weak. 

At j miles E.S.E. of the Bill of Portland, near the east end of the 
hambles, the ist hour of the flood by the shore sets west, i4 knots. 
i hour, from West to N. by E., very weak. 3d hour about E.N.E., 
irj weak. 4th hour, E. by N., 2 knots. ,<)th hour, E. by N., 2} knots. 
he ist hour of the ebb sets E.N.E., 3^ knots. 2d hour, E.N.E., 3^ 
lots. 3d hour, east, 2| knots. 4th hour, east and E. by N., i^ knots, 
th, east, N. by W., and W. by N., very weak. 6th, 7tli, and 8th, 
[x>ut west, from 2| to 2;^ knots. 

In Portland and Weymouth Roads there is very little tide, so that 
le stream is scarcely sensible, and continues to be very moderate along 
16 shore from Weymouth to St. Albans Head. 

S.S.W. ^ W., (^ miles from St. Albans Head, the western stream, at 
ill and change, makes at loh. 45m., and the eastern stream at 
1. 45m. : the flood and ebb are of equal duration, the former setting 
wE., and the latter from W.N.W. to N.W. by W. ; their greatest 
docity being at half tide from 4^ to 4| knots. 



no TIDAL STREAMS ALONG THE SOUTH COAST. 

At I mile S.E. of Durlstone Head, at full and change, tbc western 
stream makes at loh. 25m., and the eastern stream at 4h. ajm., the 
former setting W.S.W., and the latter E.N.E. ; their greatest velocity 
being about 3 knots : the indraught of the flood stream in thick weatlier 
might prove fat<:l to a ship not on her guard. 

At a third of a mile E.S.E. of Peverel Point, at full and change, the 
western stream makes at 81i. 40m., and the eastern stream at 4h. cm., 
the former setting S.W. and the latter N.E. ; on the ebb there is a 
dangerous race over the Ledge, which extends about a mile off the 
Point. The velocity of the ebb stream is about 3 knots, and that of the 
flood about i-^ knots. Off Old Harry at three quarters of a mile 
N.E. by £. of Standfast Point, at iull and change, the western stream 
makes at ph. 45m., and the flood or eastern stream at 4h. 10m., the 
flood .setting from N.E. by E. to N. by E. at the rate of i knot, and the 
ebb from S. by W. to S.W. 2 knots. 

At the Needles, at full and change, the western stream makes at 
loh. cm., and the flood or eastern stream at 3h. 40m., and the velocity 
of both streams over the Bridge and in the South Channel is from 3 to 
4 knots ; but between Hurst l^oint and the Island, 5-| knots, and to tb 
southward of the Bridge about 2 knots. In the Solent, the eastern o 
flood stream makes at 4I1., and near the Bramble at 4h. 30m.* 

In Freshwater Bay, about i mile S.W. of Brook Point, and the sam 
distance off Atherfleld Point, at full and change, the western strea 
makes at loh. 2';m., and runs at the rate of i knot, and the flood or 
eastern stream at 2h. 35m. from 2 to 2^ knots ; both streams take th^ 
direction of the coast. W. by S. 4^ miles from St. Catherine Point, th» 
western stream makes at iih., setting N.W. | W. and the flood oreasterv 
stream at ^h., in the opposite direction S.E. ^ E., the rate of both bein^ 
from 2 to 4 knots ; but at i mile W. by S. from the Point the streams 
N.W. by N. and S.E. by S., 3 to 4 knots, and at two thirds of a mil* K 
S.S.W. of the Point, W. by N. and E. by S., with the same velocity. 

Nearly 5 miles S.S.E. of Dunnose, at full and change, the siieBxrm' 
turns at loh. 40m. and 4h. 3 cm. and sets E. ^ S. and W. by N. ; vel 
city, from 4 to ji knots ; but S.E., 2 miles from Dunnose, the flood se 
E. by N., and turns at the same time as in Portsmouth Harbour, an* 
the ebb W. by S., but one hour earlier than it does in the harbour. 

Princessa. At the N.W. buoy, at full and change, the wcsten' 
stream makes at 10 o'clock, and runs 6 hours W.S.W. -J- W. Th i 
eastern stream commences at 4 o'clock, and sets very nearly in thi 
opposite direction, E.N.E. At the S.E. buoy the tides are about hal. 
an hour later, and set as follows ; viz., the western stream, first parr 
W. I S., gradually becomes more southerly, and at the last of th 
tide runs S.W. by S. The course of the eastern stream is pretty nearl;^ 
the same throughout the whole of the tide, E. by N. 

At the Nab Light Vessel, the tidal stream is nearly rotary, which 
probably caused by the Spit head tide meeting the tide round Dunnos 

* In the iSolent, and as far to the westward as Portland, there are what are term 
the first and second high waters. This double high water is probably caused by 
tidsd Btrcam at Spithead, for, as long as tliat stream rons strong to the westward 
tide is kept up in Southampton water, and there is no &11 of coDseqaence until th 
Atream begins to slack at Spithead, but when the stream makes to the eastward 
h^pithead the water falls rapidly at Southampton. After low water, the tiderises the; 
pretty steadily for 7 hours, which may be considered as the Jirtt or proper higP 
water ; it then ebbs for an hour about 9 inches, at the end of which time it stfrnic 
commences to rise, and in about 1;^ hours reaches its former level, and sometmi^^^ 
higher ; this is called the second high water. To the mariner, the knowledge 
the high water at Southampton remains nearly stationary fbr rather more thaii: 
2 hours may, in some cases, be important Similar ^«f and second high watei 
occur on either shore of the Solent, as shown in the times of high water at toll an 
change, page 149. 

At Havre, on the French coast, the high water remains itatioiianr jfor one 
with a rise and fall of 3 or 4 inches for another hour, and only rises maa fiUIs 13 ; 
for the space of 3 hours ; this long period of nearly slack water is veiy Yiloalfj 
to the traffic of the port, and allows from \5 to 16 vesselsto enter or leave the 
on the same tide. 










♦• TIDAL STREAMS ALONG THE SOUTH COiilT. Ill 

somewhere near the Light Vessel ; for instance, at the ist hour*s flood 
hj the shore it sets East; 2d and 3d hours, E.N.E.; 4th, N.E. ; 5th, 
N.E. by N.; 6th, North; 7th, N.N.W. to N.W.; and the last drain 
of the flood, N.W. by W. The ist hour's ebb sets W. by N. ; 2d 
W. by S. to W.S.W. ; 3d, S.W. by W. to S.W. ; 4th, S.W. i S., tlie first 
part of the 5th hoar, S.S.W., gradually trending to the southward until 
low water by the shore^ when it sets S.E. There are only a few minutes 
slack. At full and change, the eastern stream makes at 8h. 30m., and 
the western stream at i2h. 1 5m. 

At the Warner, at full and change, the eastern stream makes at 
2 o'clock, and runs 7^ hours about S.S.E. ; and the western stream at 
ph. 30m., and runs nearly 4^ hours N.N.W. 

Near the Horse Elbow, the tide must be strictly attended to, for in 
many cases it sets directly over that shoal. The eastern stream makes 
at 2 o'clock, 2^ hours after the tide on the shore, and runs to the S.E. 
7:J- hours; the western stream makes at ph. 15m., 4^ hours after low 
water on the shore, and runs nearly 5 hours to the N.W. 

At the Dean Elbow, at full and change, the eastern stream, which 
sets over that shoal, makes at 2 o'clock, runs to the S.E. for 2 hours, 
and then sets east for the remainder of the tide, 5^ hours; the western 
stream makes at ph. 45m., and runs W.N.W. 4^ hours. 

At Spithead, at full and change, the eastern stream makes about 2 o'clock, 
2 ^ hours after high water in the harbour, and runs 7 hours S.E. by S. ; 
ai3c] the western stream about 9 o'clock, 2^ hours before high water in the 
h^mrbour, and runs H hours N.W. by N. 

Xn Portsmouth Harbour the flowing continues about seven hours, 

a.n cJ a narrow stream runs in, fifteen or twenty minutes after high water 

sit. ^be Dock- Yard. From the result of three years' observations taken 

be Dock-Yard it appears that at high water, slack water at springs 

tinues for eight minutes, and at neaps sixteen minutes. 

e Stream. At the western entrance near the Pullar Buov, at full 

change, the eastern stream makes at 3h. 45m., and the western 

®^**^iam at 10 houi*s, and sets S.E. and N.W. Between 2 and 3 miles 

^^^^ ^ side of the Boulder Bank, the stream turns about an hour later ; the 

^J^-^'brn stream setting E.S.E. and the western stream west. Between 

'^^ Pallar Bank and the Middle Owers, the eastern stream sets E.S.E. 

*^**^^ the western stream west. At the eastern entrance, near East- 

-|^^^"«ugh Head, the eastern stream makes at 4h. 30m, and sets 

^^* ^^.E. 4 E., and the western stream at ph. 50m. west. Off" the 

^^t end of the Hooe Bank, the eastern stream makes at 4h. 35m. 

^* •^ sets E.S.E., and the western stream at loh. 30m. W. J N. 

^ --^bout I mile S.S.E. of the South Foreland Lighthouse, the stream 

^J^S^iDs to set to the eastward about ih. 30m. before high water on the 

^5J^»^ at Dover, and runs from N.E. by E. to E.N.E. about 5^ hours, or 

,^ ^ ^ hours after high water : it then turns and sets W.S.W. ^ W. about 

^ft ^^ours. At Dover the flowing stream very seldom continues more 

^1^^^ 5 hoursy and sometimes scarcely so much ; it is nearly the same at 

-^Y^^^"^**®- '^^ *^*^ northward of the South Foreland the streams 

*^^Ei^ge their direction to N.E. ^ N. and S.W. ^ S. 
I^« -t-Ki the Downs the north-eastern stream begins about ih. 20m. before 
***^^ water at Dover, and continues to run jh. 30m.: it then turns and 
in a contrary direction till 2 hours before the ensuing high water.* 
I^ the Gull Streamy i mile N.N.W. from the Bunthead, the northern 
^r*'*^^m begins about ih. lom. before high water at Dover, and con- 
^^^csfor 6 hours : it then turns and runs in a contrary direction till 
liouit before the ensuing high water. Its direction is N.E. i N. ; 
the last hour changes to E.N.E., and even to the southward of East ; 
last hour of the southern stream changes from S.W. | S. to W.S.W., 
even to the northward of West. 

o_ ^^ir tfae tides at the Southland Head and NorUisaod Head of the Goodwin, aee 
^*«»P«tiii«nt VL 




112 ' W TIDAL STREAMS 

Tides on the East Coast of Scotland and England. 

In the North Sea the flood tide-wave enters from the Atlantic Ocean 
between the coast of Norway and the British Isles, and passes through 
the various channels formed by the Shetlands, the Orkneys, and the 
north point of Scotland. The average rate of the stream in the offing 
13 very moderate, not exceeding a knot and a half; but that part of the 
stream which enters by the Pentland Firth acquires a furious rapidity, 
amounting at spring tides even to eight knots. Immediately on quitting 
the Firth, however, it abates in strength, as it diverges into open 
water ; its eastern branch filling up the basin of the North Sea as it 
advances towards the coast of Jutland and Holland ; whibt its western 
branch, more or less confined by the Dogger and other outlying banks, 
swells along the shores of Scotland and England, and makes high water 
in all their rivers and harbours successively till it arrives in the Thames. 

The following remarks will assist the seaman in tracing the move- 
ment of the tide stream along the coast : — 

Off Clythness and Ord Head its rate is about 3 knots at the springs 
and i^ with the neaps, and continues to run to the southward till 
IT o'clock, or till 3 h. 40m. before high water at Lcith. OffCovesca 
Point, Burgh Head, and thence westward towards Fort George and 
Cromarty, it runs about an hour longer. 

Off Cullen the flood stream sets slowly to the eastward, increasing in 
velocity as it advances: off Troop Head it runs till i o'clock, or till 
ih. 2om. before high water at Leith; off Kinnaird Head it attains the 
rate of 2 knots on springs, and is still accelerated as it passes Rattray 
Brigs till off Peterhead, which is occasioned by the junction of the 
direct stream from Duncansby Head. Six miles off Kinnaird Head the 
stream runs to the southward till 2, and at 12 miles till 3 o'clock, or 
till 40 minutes after high water at Leith. 

Off Buchanness the stream attains its greatest strength, namely 4 knots 
on the springs, and 2^ on the neaps ; but off Newburgh it decreases to 
less than 2 knots, and ceases at 2 o'clock ; and at 4 or 5 leagues in the 
offing it runs till 3 o'clock, or 40 minutes afler high water at Leith. 

The stream runs past Girdleness till 2h. 30m., or lom. after high water 
at Leith ; springs at the rate of 2^, neaps i^ knots. It runs across the 
mouth of Montrose Harbour and past Red Head till 3 o'clock, or 40 minutes 
after high water at Leith. From Red Head it sets into St. Andrews Bay 
till the last quarter, which sets S. and S.S.E. ; but to the westward of 
Red Head it sets W.S.W. past Arbroath and over the Tay Bar. 

At 2 miles without the Bell Rock Lighthouse the flood (^ontinue.^ 
running to the southward till 2h. 55m. after high water at Leith ; but 
between the Bell Rock and Fifeness it changes 2 hours earlier. The 
first part of the latter stream sets towards May Island, the middle to 
the South, and the last part S.S.E. The first part of the ebb sets from 
E.N.E. to N.E, the middle N.N.E., and the last part more northerly. 

About a mile off St. Abbs Head the fiood stream runs to the south- 
eastward till 2h. 5 jm. after high water at Leith ; but at j-^ or 6 leagues 
in the offing it continues a quarter of an hour later. About 3 miles off 
Berwick it runs till 4h. lom. after high yrsLter at Leith. 

At 5 miles off North Sunderland Point, and at the same distance 
south-eastward of the Staples, the fiood stream continues till 3h. 2510 
after high water at Leith. 

About 2 miles off Blyth Harbour, and 4 miles off Tynemooth, it 
runs to the southward till 3h. 40m. after high water at Leith ; and at 
4 miles off Sunderland, a quarter of an hour later. 

At 3 of 4 miles off Hartlepool, and at the same distance off Whitby 
the flood stream runs to the southward till 4h. lom. after high water 
at Leith ; and at the same distance off Flamborough Head it continues 
to run half an hour longer. 



ON THE EAST COAST OF GREAT BRITAIN. 113 

Near the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts the streams of tide run nearly 
pmllel to tlie shore. Off Wells the flood runs to the eastward till 
9 o'clock, or three hours after high water on the shore. 

Poor miles off Cromer, and the same distance off Hasborough^ the flood 
stream runs along shore to the southward till loh. 15m., or ih. 45m. 
before high vater at Harwich, and the ebb in a contrary direction. 

At 2^ miles off Lowestoft the flood stream continues to run to the 
S.S.W. till ih. 30m. before high water at Harwich. 

At Orfordness the flood stream continues to run till about high water 
in Harwich Harbour ; the flood sets W.S.W., and the ebb E.N.E. 

AtMai^ate it is high water about iih. 40m. by the ground. Near 
the East buoy of Margate Sand, at the flrst of the flood, on the shore the 
stream sets S. by W., veering westward, till about half flood, or 
9h. 15m., it sets west, and continues veering, till at high water it falls 
slack at N.N.W. The ebb stream begins at N.E., veering eastward, 
and increasing in strength till about half ebb, or 2h. 45m., when it 
sets S.E. by E., still veering, and the latter part with diminished 
Telocity, till at low water it falls slack at south. 

In the River Medway the flood stream runs up in mid-channel from 
twenty to twenty-five minutes after high water atSheerness Dock- Yard; 
bat at the Nore Light Vessel, although it is high water by the ground a 
few minutes earlier than at the Dock- Yard, yet the stream runs up the 
Thames for half an hour after high water at the Yard. 

It remains to be noticed that the direction of strong winds, as well as 
the varying pressure of the atmosphere, considerably affect both the 
times aod the heights of high water. Thus in the North Sea a strong 
N.N.W. gale and a low barometer raise the surface 2 or 3 feet higher, 
and cause the tide to flow all along the coast from the Pentland Firth to 
london half an hour longer than the times and heights predicted in 
tbe Tables. Easterly, S.E., and S.W. winds produce opposite effects, 
vhich will be felt as far down the Channel as Dungeness. On the 
contrary, at the entrance of the Channel, at Plymouth, and as far up as 
Portland, south-westerly winds, with a low barometer, raise the surface of 
the water; and north-easterly winds and a high barometer always lower it. 
The winds affect also the locality of the meeting of the North Sea 
and Channel tides : during moderate breezes this takes place somewhere 
between the North Foreland and the north end of the Goodwin Sands, 

to the southward, and between the Kentish Knock and the Galloper to the 

northward ; but both these places of meeting are liable to be removed 

farther south or north by strong northerly or south-westerly winds. 



THE TIDES AMONG THE ORKNEYS. 

By Commander F. W. L. Thomas, R.N. 

Ths great rapidity of the tidal streams among the Orkneys makes General 
a con*ect knowledge of their periods and velocities of the utmost Remarks. 
importance to the mariner. 

In the terrific gales which usually occur four or five times in every 
jear, all distinction between air and water is lost, the nearest objects 
iK obicured by spray, and everything seems enveloped in a thick 
imoke; upon the open coast the sea rises at once, and striking upon 
the rocky shores, rises in foam for several hundred feet, and spreads 
over tbe whole country. 

Tbe sea, however, is not so heavy in the violent gales of short con- 
fjonance as when an ordinary gale has been blowing for many days ; 
the whole force of the Atlantic is then beating against the Orcadian 

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114 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Depth of the 
Tidal Stream, 



High xoater 
at 

StromnesSf 
PierotoaUf 

Otters Wick, 



Holm Sound, 



Difference of 
Sea-level, 



Mean range at 
North Ides, 



Semidiurnal 
inequality. 

South Isles, 

Set oftide^ 
Mull of Papa, 



from Mull of 
Papa to North 
Ttonaldsha, 



shores^ rocks pf many tons in weight are lifted from their beds, and the 
roar of the surge may be heard for twenty miles ; the breakers rise to 
the height of sixty feet, and on the North Shoal, which lies 8 miki 
N.W. of Costa Head, the broken sea is visible even at Skail and Bins. 

Similar effects may be witnessed in any stormy region, but here they 
are increased by the power of the tidal stream, and when the whote 
mass of water is in motion, a very slight inequalijty at the bottom of the 
sea is indicated by a ripple on the surface, so that by these means I hare 
detected shoal spots (to the eastward of North Ronaldsha) at a 
depth of 47 fathoms, though the difference in depth was but 20 feet 
On the rocky bank of the North Shoal, which is about 4 miles in 
length, the ripple readily distinguished any inequality of 10 and 15 feet, 
at a depth of 30 fathoms, even when the stream was moving but ooe 
mile per hour. It is only in calm or very fine weather that these 
ripplings can be observed, but when the wind increases upon a weather 
tide the sea will break over every inequality of the sea bottom. These 
broken seas are dangerous, and during the survey of these Islands I hare 
often been in great peril from moving the ship before sufficient time had 
elapsed for the sea to become quiet. 

The body of the tide-wave comes from the N.W., and makes high 
water on the whole west coast of the Orkneys at nearly the same time ; 
the establishment for Stromness being 9 o'clock, and that for Piero- 
wall in Westra, is about 6 minutes later. At the north-east end of the 
Orkneys it is but a few minutes later than at the northnwest, as the 
establishment for Otters Wick is ph. 13m. ; but the tide there is pro- 
bably retarded by having to pass over the shoal water at the mouth of 
the bay. 

On the south-east side of the Orkneys, in Holm Sound, the high 
water there being derived from the tide-wave entering by the Pentland 
Firth takes place about ph. 35m. 

The vulgar establishment, or time of high water, full and new moon, 
varies greatly; the mean of nine observations at Otters Wick gives 
ph. 13m., but they vary between 8h. 58m. and ph. 42m. 

When the tide has to pass through a narrow or shallow channel, the 
retardation is very great; thus it is high water an hour earlier at the 
mouth of Eynhallow Sound than at Kirkwall, though the distance is but 
1 1 miles ; and by levelling across Sanda (about half a mile), it appeared 
that when it was high water at Otters Wick, the sea-level was 4 fleet 
8 inches above the sea level of Catasand, and that high water was 
ih. 43m. later at Catasand than at Otters Wick. 

The mean range of tide at springs in the North Isles of the Orkneys 
is 1 1 feet 2 inches, and at neaps 5 feet 6 inches. 

Extraordinary springs may be 3 feet 4 inches above or below the 
mean ; this result is greatly increased by the semidiurnal inequality ; for 
in some instances the difference in the rise of two consecutive tides has 
been observed to amount to 2 feet 10 inches. 

In the South Isles the mean range at springs is abont i foot leas 
than in the North, being 10 feet; at neaps j feet 

The passage from the westward round the North end of the Orkneys 
is rendered somewhat treacherous by the peculiar set of the tide ; m 
the body of the flood stream coming from the north-west, a ship most 
be 6 or 7 miles to the northward of the Mull of Papa to drift clear 
of North Ronaldsha. The first half of the flood sets from the MuU 
right for North Ronaldsha (S.E. b. E. \ E.), and should the wind fail 
while the flood is running, there would be a great probability of drift- 
ing ashore. 

The flood stream passes slowly the North coast of Westra (send- 
ing a weak offset between Papa and Aikerness), and joins the main 



AMONG THE ORKNEYS. 115 

am off Moal Head, where a bore or rds^ is formed, which stretches Bore offFa^a^ 
!ral miles to sea. The tide here runs about 6 knots ; between Papa -^^ ^j fide. 

North Ronaldsha 3 knots ; but near North Ronaldsha the rate 
in increases to 6 knots, passing over the Altars of Lin nay and Seal 
rry with great violence. The flood splits on the West coast of 
th Ronaldsha with the Established Kirk (the southernmost) in one 
i a small byre ; and should a vessel be drifting down on the island^ 
should endeavour to pass to the southward, when she will go clear 
reiything. 
>ff Seal Skerry there is a bad rost with southerly winds, and the Seal Skerry 

runs at six knots between that point and Dennis Head; it does ^^'* 
however, touch the shore, but leaves a small eddy or counter-tide, North 
re boats can turn up as far as the Skerry. Ronaldsha. 

he tide sets strongly between Fair Isle and the Orkneys. For on Tide streams 
occasion having Dennis Head bearing S. ^ E. distant 8 miles, the between Fair 
1 having set S.E. ^ & for three hours, and being then high water on q^^^ ^ 
»bore, it shifted its direction 3f points ; that is, it set South for the '' ^^^' 
t three hours, or until it was half-ebb on the shore, its greatest rate 
ng been 3 to 4 knots. An hour before this, the vessel's track 
LD to take a curved form, which continued to grow sharper as the 
of tide decreased, so that without any stopping, we found ourselves 
ing with the ebb stream North, and parallel to, but at the distance 

miles from, our former track. The ebb stream continued steadily 
th for four hours, running 2*8 at its strength, after which it began 
urve to the eastward ; the stream thus appearing to describe a long 
, and revolving in the direction of the hands of a watch. 

also appears that when it is half-flood on the shore, it is slack Tide and Jialf- 
\T in the stream ; that when it is low water on the shore, the flood- ^'^^* 
mi is running strongest, but changing its direction from S.E. f S. 
oath, and that the reverse happens during ebb tide. 
hese observations will show how little dependence can be placed 
I a direct course among these treacherous tides ; and those who 
i been beating about for some days against a head wind are par* 
arly exposed to this danger. It is a common remark with the 
lie of North Ronaldsha, that all vessels come ashore with the flood 
; and it is readily seen how this takes place, for the accident of it 
g either flood or ebb tide will make a di£Perence of between 30 
40 miles in position. 

he flood stream from Runabrake sets into North Ronaldsha firth NortJi 
ic rate of 3 knots ; from the Holms of Eyre it sets over the Baas of ^^«W»Aa 
raSy and both streams passing through the firth at the rate of 4 ''^ 
■^ continue to run two hours after high water on the shore. 

ff the Start the first of the flood sets to the southward at 4, but Start of Sanda. 
iges, as the stream grows older, to S.W. There is an extremely 
rost off the Start with southerly winds and flood tide ; it stretching ^^^^ 

4 miles to sea, but being heaviest near the shore. 

etween Westra and Sanda the stream is scarcely sensible, but Calf and Lash 
lering strength as it approaches Calf Sound and Lashy Sound, it Sounds, 
ics through those narrow passes at the rate of 6 knots; but de- 
sing to 2 or 3 knots in Eda Sound, where the stream falls into the 
osa Firth. In those Sounds the stream runs i^ hours after it is 

water on the shore. 

k Spnrness Sound the tide begins to the eastward half-an hour before Spumess 
low water on the shore, or if hours before it is low water in the ^^^^"^ 
tfn» and turning every six hours. This stream is like a mill-race in 

; (praLOonce 1 reiist) a Seandinavian word, meaning a roaring, broken, tidal sea. 

H 2 



116 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Strotua and 
WeJttra FirUif, 

NorOi Shoal. 



JBrottgh of 
BirM, 



West coast oj 
Rowsa. 



Skea Skerries. 



Kill Holm, 
War Ness, 



Stronsa Firth. 



Weatherness 
and Fara NesH 
Sounds, 



Egilsha and 
Shapinsha, 



Eynhallow 
Sound, 



Wyre Sound, 
Swine Holm, 



JBetwem Oairsa 
and Shapinslut 

andlnf Work 
Head, 



the narrows when passing Spur Ness, but it speedily become 
in Sanda Sound, and off Kettletaft it scarcely runs 2 knots. 

In the Stronsa and Westra Firths, which form one contin 
nearly straight channel, the tide stream is very rapid, as thro 
and Enhallow Sound the body of the ocean tide is discharged. 

At the North Shoal, which is 15 miles from the entrance of 
the tide sets W. by S. (towards the entrance), and at spring 
runs 2 miles an hour ; neaps about one. 

Along the coast of West Mainland, or Pomona, the streai 
sensible off the points ; but off the Brough of Birsa the Hood st 
to the northward for two hours after it is high water on f 
when its greatest rate is 2 knots. 

From the Brough of Birsa the flood sets along shore for ( 
Sacquoy Heads, increasing in velocity as it approaches th 
Firth. The influence of the indraught through Eynhallow 
scarcely felt beyond a line joining Costa Head and the Reef of ( 

The flood stream runs South along the West coast of W^e 
the Noup to the point of Skea, and over the Skea Skerries, 
them and Rowsa the stream acquires great force, even 6 k 
does not turn for two hours after high water on the shore, 
weight passes close round Kili Holm, and crosses for War ] 
South Point of Eda,) and the Greenholms. 

At War Ness the tide stream runs 7 knots, and the rest is 
passable during southerly gales and spring flood. At that 
Sound between the Gio Ness of Shapinsha and War Ness is i 
commotion, and when bound to Stronsa, a line of breakers n 
times be seen roaring and foaming within half a cable's lenj 
vainly looking for a gap or smooth. 

The main stream from W^ar Ness, joined by the Stream from E* 
sets past Kousholm Head, and clear of Auskerry to the open 
from the Greenholms, past Shapinsha and Deemess, where it 
by the String, the usual name for the direct run of the stream i 
hallow Sound by Gairsa, Eiler Holm, and Deerness. Its rate 
Shapinsha and Rousholm is 6 knots, and between the Mull of 
and Auskerry about 4 knots. 

The tides in Weatherness and Fara Ness Sounds are peci 
stream turns to the eastward as soon as ihe tide has ceased to 
the shore ; that is, the flood stream makes 2\ hours before : 
Westra Firth. The stream pours through the narrows of W< 
and Fara Ness Sounds at the rate of 4 knots, and then sets ve 
towards Calf Sound. 

A very weak stream runs south through Howan Sound d 
flood, and it is also weak on the East side of EgiUha ; for the bi 
stream goes transversely across the channel, and leaves com] 
still water along Egilsha and the North side of Shapinsha. 

The flood stream from Costa Head and the reef of Queu 
towards Eynhallow, and divides there, passing Burgher and 
Race at the rate of 7 knots ; the streams unite when past the i 
do not average more than 4 knots down Eynhallow Sound. 

A very weak stream passes eastwards through Wyre So 
another South of Wyre island ; but off Swine Holm, where 
stream unites with that from the Westra Firth, the rate scare 
2 knots. In the narrow channels among the group of Holmi 
Gairsa and Shapinsha, the flood sets southerly 6 knots. 

The main stream from Eynhallow Sound passes S. of G 
thence transversely to Stromberry Head, and on through I 
Sound. The tide stream is narrow in its passage between W 
and Eller Holm, nor does the String expand for some dists 



AMONG THE ORKNEYS. 



117 



psywDg that place ; the rate at springs is about 3 knots, and the stream 
does not turn till i^ hours after high water on the shore. 

The flood-stream running througli Hoy Sound commences on the y/py ijiound 
North Side at the Millstone Quarry, 4 miles from Hoy Mouth, and on 
the SoQth from Hoy Head; the indraught is scarcely felt ■'; miles outside 
the entrance. 

lo Hoy Mouth the rate of the stream is 4 knots, until it divides 
upon Grenua, when the rate increases to 6 knots ; one stream passing 
through Bnrwick Sound, the other between Gremsa and Stromness. BurwickSound. 
The tide goes over the Skerry Ness, and from tiience sets fair for the 
Skerries of Clestron, where it divides, one stream running up and fill- 
ing the Bay of Irland, and at half flood setting as a back-tide out of 
CairstoQ Road ; the other setting rather off shore at first, and then 
towds Houton Head. From Burwick Sound the stream sets along the Houton Head. 
shore of Hoy to Green Head, the rate being scarcely 3 knots ; and 
Gremia causes a large arrear of slack water in the middle of the Sound. 
After passing Houton Head, the flood stream becomes diffused in 
Seipi Flow, and is only sensible off that point; its general direction Scapa Flow. 
if toirards Holm Sound, and at the Barrel of Butter it scarcely runs 
2 knots at springs. On the V/est side of Holm the stream drains 
abng shore to Halcrow Head, where it meets the stream from the 
Pentland Firth. 

The tide stream runs with greater velocity and turbulence through the Pentland Firth, 
Fentland Firth than in any other part of the Orkneys ; so that with a 
strong gale and a weather spring-tide the sea is in many places im- 
passable, and after the wind has gone down, the sea continues to break 
irjth great violence for some days, indeed in a sailing ship more danger 
u to be apprehended from a calm than from a gale of wind. The tide 
wave from the Atlantic, opposed by the West coast of the Orkneys, is 
pressed against the shores of Caithness, where at Thurso the tide rises 
nearly 5 feet higher than at Stromness, though the latter is but 20 miles to 
the northward. This accumulated mass of water finds egress through the 
Pentland Firth, where the velocity of the stream near the Little Skerry 
was said by Captain Otter to have acquired the rate of 10 knots. 
At die Great and Lother Skerries, which resist a large body of the tidal 
stream, the water is sensibly higher by i or 2 feet upon the stream 
side, and a small rapid is formed, of little height indeed, but of great 
power. Vessels that have drifted upon this rock, when covered by the 
tide, have been rolled over it, and sunk in deep water on the other side. 
The establishments of the following places in the Pentland Firth were 
determined by Captain Otter : — 

JEstablishmenls. 



Thnnob ScnlMter Boad 
SuncsBslqr XcM 

South Side 



EutSide 
■WntSide 



Fratlsiid Mead, Gratt 
EMtSide 
GicAt Skerry, 



Hif^h 
Water. 



h. m. 

8 j8 

10 14 

9 47 

10 34 

9 3S 

" 4 

xo J3 

9 3 



Rise above the 
Spring Jj.'W, 



HanRe, or Bise 

between 
L.W. and Il.W. 



Spring. 



fl. iu. 

14 10 

10 o 

9 o 






Ncnp. 



ft. in. 

II o 



8 
1 



6 




8 



At 
Spriiipi. 



ft. in. 

14 10 

10 o 

9 o 



At 

Neap8. 



ft. in. 
5 6 



4 
4 



o 
o 



BE3IABX8. 



Deduced firom 4 .vcars 

obiferTaiioiiM. 
Mean of 19 comparitioiuf, 

but very int^rular. 
Mean of la compnrisionii 

with TlniTN. 



Mean of 33 comparisons 
witli Tuurso. 



Mean of 9 comparisons 
with Thurso. 



118 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Rate. 



Direction. 



Hoxa Sound. 



Hobn SountL 

Water Sound, 

Cantick Sound, 

East side of 
Hoy, 

Pentland Firth; 
round Swona ; 



from WidewaU. 



PenOand 
Skerries. 



The directions as well as the yelocities of the tidal streams in 
Pendand Firth vary with the hour of the tide; and in almost e 
case the flood takes a more southerly direction as the tide grows o 
and the contrary with the ebb. 

The flood stream comes South along the shore of Hoy» and East a 
the coast of Caithness ; and the indraught increases in approaching 
entrance. Between Turn Ness and Dunnet Head the usual spi 
rate is 7 knots, but as they round the South end of Swona and N 
end of Stroma, it rises to 9 knots, and when rushing past the G 
Lother to 10. About i^ hours after it is high water on the si 
the flood stream makes strong along the coast of South Walls, 
curving to the northward of Swona, washes the Great Lother, 
passes to the northward of the Pentland Skerries. 

At a later period of the tide, the stream from Brims Ness goes di 
to the South end of Swona and to the Southward of the Pentland S 
ries ; so that after it is half flood in the stream (equal to high wate 
the shore), if a ship is a mile to the southward of Brims Ness, she 
pass a mile to the southward of Swona, and the same distance to 
southward of the Skerries. 

From Cantick Head the flood stream sets past Stangar Head, 
crossing Hoxa Sound divides on the Lime Kiln ; one very weak sti 
setting to the southward along South Ronaldsha, while the other 
about 4 knots towards Water and Holm Sounds. 

Through Holm Sound the rate of the stream is 6 knots where stroDj 
and it turns at one hour after it is high water on the shore. The 
through Water Sound is 4 knots. 

From Cantick Head a weak stream runs northwards, filling 1 
Hope and the bays on the east side of Hoy, and finding outlets thn 
Gutter and Weddel Sounds ; the rate at springs in the narrowest 
of these Sounds is 2 knots. 

Between Cantick Head and Swona the general direction of the sti 
is towards South Ronaldsha, and southward between it and Sw 
but it is almost impossible to predict exactly what direction a dri 
vessel would take ; with Barth Head open North of Swona, the 
quarter flood would send her to the northward of that island, and thr 
the mid-channel between it and South Ronaldsha; but the half ; 
would probably press her too close to Barth Head, and perhap 
the Great Lother. 

The first of the flood stream from Widewall sets direct on I 
Head and the Lother, so that in light winds vessels should in all 
pass as near to the North Head of Swona as possible. As a ge 
rule, if a ship, having left WidewaU with light winds and flood 
should drift nearer to Swona than Barth Head, she will be like 
clear the Lother — if nearer to Barth Head, she will go too close to 
rock. 

When the flood stream first makes at the north head of Swoi 
first sets across the channel, but presently turns to the southward, pa 
clear of the Lother, and then to the northward of the Pentland Ske 
but after half flood in the stream, equal to high water on the shon 
stream from the north end of Swona bends round to the southwa 
these islands, and consequently, at a certain period of the tide 
towards them. 

Between the Lother and the Skerries the flood stream sets fair c 
sea, about E.S.E., joining the main stream from Stronsa Firth. 

From the South end of Swona the first flood sets right on the 
Skerry, dividing there, and running 7 knots close to the North i 
On the South side the stream sets off (leaving a narrow eddy insic 
first towards the Little Skerry, but it gradually curves and goes el 



AMONG THE ORKNEYS. 119 

the Cktte, A ¥688611 however^ must be very near the Great Skerry to 
drift in that direction ; if only half way between the Great and Little 
Skoriei ihe would infallibly drive upon the rocks, where the current 
nuM like a mill-stream. It must be observed, that the general ten- 
dency of the flood-stream is to set clear to the westward of the Skerries, 
and that a vessel must be very near the opening between the Great 
and Little Skerries before she would feel its indraught. After half 
tide in the stream, the set of flood from Swona goes well clear to the 
southward of the Pentland Skerries. 

I cannot state with the same personal confidence the direction of 
the streams of tide on the South side of the Pentland Firth, but the 
experiments of Capt. Otter show that the flood stream from Dunnet 
Head and St. Johns Point has a tendency to pass to the northward 
of Stroma, so that a buoy set adrift within half a mile of Mey Bay Inner Sound, 
will not float through Inner Sound, but rather drift on shore on the 
west side of Stroma ; and from this it would appear that a vessel one 
mile to the northward of Dunnet Head, with strong flood, will go well 
dear to the northward of Swona. 

The last of the flood stream is pressed down upon Duncansby Head, JDuneanxhy 
where it does not cease running till 4 hours ebb on the shore ; for which ^^^' 
reason, when a vessel is turning up from the southward, she should rather 
endeavour to enter the Firth upon the North side, when she will usually 
he able to get as far as Brough Ness while the flood is still running. 

There are large eddies under Stroma and Swona with the flood, Eddies of 
and where they meet the main stream little whirlpools are produced, Swona and 
which credulity has exaggerated into objects of importance ; on rare ^^^"^' 
occasions they might be dangerous to boats. 

It is almost still water to the eastward of the Skerries during flood, Eildies of 
tod a large eddy is formed between the Great Lother and Old Head, Ptntland 
conmiencing at half-flood on the shore ; it is called Liddel Eddy, from f^TTV^ .5"^ 
a fann of that name in South Ronaldsha. ^"^^ ^^y- 

Whoever the tide stream is rapid past any point there is always an 
^dy on the opposite side, and these eddies increase as the tide grows older, 
till at last only a narrow stream of the former tide is left ; this may be 
well witnessed in Hoy Sound, where the flood stream is sometimes 
diminished by the encroaching ebb to 20 and 30 feet in breadth. 

The indraught of the ebb stream to the Pentland Firth is felt at a Ebb stream^ 
coDfiderable distance from the entrance, so that vessels leaving the 
MdII of Deemess in calm weather are sometimes drifted into the Pent- 
^ Firtb. From Copinsha the stream runs nine hours to the south- 
ward, from half flood on the shore to low water ; but its rate is slow, 
nerer exceeding 2 knots, except near Old Head, where it runs four. 

There is not much danger to be apprehended from the ebb stream in ,*» the Firth, 
the Pentland Firth when it has made strong ; about 3 hours after low 
water on the shore, it sets fairly through between Duncansby Head and 
the Skerries, between Swona and Stroma, and over towards Hoy ; and a 
wenel must be far within a line joining Duncansby Head and the North 
end of Stroma, to feel the indraught of the Inner Sound ; for a buoy Inner Sound, 
that has drif^d through that Sound with the flood stream will not 
return with the ebb. 

Round Brough Ness the ebb pours with great violence, and over the 
tail of the Great Lother, where several vessels have thereby been lost. Great LoUtcr, 

The stream from the North side of the Pentland Skerry sets upon 
Sirona, dividing upon the South Clette ; but the last part of the ebb will Swomt. 
go to the northward, between Barth Head and Swona. 

From the North Head of Swona the first ebb goes towards Brims Ness, 
the last towards Switha. There is a very large eddy under Swona ^^^y- 



1% 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Eddy of 
StromOm 



during ebb tide^ which before the tide is done almost reaches as fa 
Cantick Head. 

The ebb stream sets fairly through the Firth from the North en 
Stroma till it meets the stream coming from Inner Sound and inci 
a large eddy ; at half tide these united streams set over toward Turn ^ 
where the last of the ebb tide drains, while there is comparatively 
water on the South side, between Dunnet Head and St. Johns Point 

It does not appear necessary to follow the course of the ebb sti 
throughout the Orkneys, as in almost every case it is the revcrs 
the flood, nor to enter into detail of those phenomena which arc c 
mon to all masses of water in motion, and which any one, by obser 
the directions of the channels and the apparent obstructions of 
several streams, can learn from the chart. 



REMARKS ON THE SET OF THE TIDAL STREAMS 
THE IRLSH AND ENGLISH CHANNELS, AND IN 1 
NORTH SEA— Br Reae-Admiral F. W. Beechey, F.R.S. 



The Common 
Standard/or 
the turn of the 
Streams 



U High Water 
at Dwer and 
Liverpool, 



Off mouth of 

Engli^ 

CMnneL 



Swth of Sc'dly. 



BrietolChanneL 



A CAREFUL investigation of the tides in the Irish Channel, the En| 
Channel, and in the North Sea, has shown the possibility of refer 
the movements of the several streams to a common standard, insi 
of resorting to the troublesome process hitherto in use, of compa; 
the motion of the streams with the varying times of high water al 
the coast. 

For the entrance of the English Channel and North Sea the 1 
of high water at Dover may be considered the standard ; and for 
whole of the Irish Channel, the time of high water on the shore at 
entrance of Liverpool. 

Off the mouth of the English Channel the stream, although materi 
influenced by the indraft and outset of the Channel, will be found rum 
to the northtvard and eastward^ while the water is falling at Dover ; 
to the southward and westward whWe it isrt^m^ at that port. The p 
cular direction given to the stream in this part of the sea, by the mee 
of the Channel and of the offing tides, will be shown in the follow 
table (Compartment I.); audit is only necessary to mention here, the 
the southward of tlie parallel of Scilly, the tides of the Channel and ol 
blend together with varying force and direction, and occasion 
stream to be constantly changing, and in some places even to n 
the entire circuit of the compass in one tide, without ever remaii 
long upon any one point. So that any written description of t 
course is rendered almost impossible, and the table alone must 
consulted for the direction at any particular hour. From this revol 
motion of the stream, it has been asserted that a vessel can nevei 
carried far in any one direction by the tide. Such, however, is 
the case ; for, although it may be true that while at anchor in a p 
cular spot the vesseFs head will turn to every point of the compass, 
directiy she is loose she will be carried away upon a rhomb depen 
upon the state of the tide at Dover. 

From the parallel of Scilly to the Bristol Channel the stream is i 
regular, and while the water is falling at Dover, will be found settii 
the northward: near the coast partaking of the direction of the shore, 
turning sharply round Trevose Head and Hartlaud Point into the Br 



IN THE IRISH AND ENGLISH CHANNELS, &c. 121 

Chaonel; aud while the water is rising at Dover, setting as shaq)ly out 
of the Bristol ChaDnel and along the land towards Scilly. 

Bj msDj observations, the Light vessel at the Seven Stones has been Seven Stones, 
foond to swing to the northern tide 7 minutes after high water at Dover ; 
andatTrevose Head the northern tide to malce 12 minutes after Dover. 
And as a vessel advances up the Bristol Channel the stream turns pro- 
grcKi?elj later. The tides of that estuary do not follow the same law 
eziellyas the tides of channels which are open at both extremities. The 
directions of the stream in the Bristol Channel will be given hereafter ; 
at present I wish to draw the attention of the seamen to the particular 
fact, that while the stream from Scilly is setting to the northward the 
stream from the Irish Channel will be found setting to the southwardy and Meetimj of the 
that these streams meet off the entrance of the Bristol Channel in about Stream in 
theparaQel of 5i°'oo where both turn into that channel. As a general ^^^ ^' 
rule, in all the space eastward of a direct line joining Scilly and the Strcamn between 
Tusluur, the stream will be found running to the eastward towards tlie ^<^<% on^ 
Bristol Channel, while the water is falling at Dover and Liverpool, and ^«*^^'"- 
tin versd^ setting to the north-east on the southern side of the Channel 
and to the south-east on the northern side. Such is the general set of 
tlie stream in this part of the sea, which I have given in general terms 
toshoir that to the eastward of the line above mentioned a strong indraft 
tovardsthe Bristol Channel will always be experienced while the water Q/fg coast of 
i< falling at Liverpool, and vice versa. To the westward of this line the Ireland. 
tides appear to be slack ; but we are in want of further observations in 
ail this part before any particulars can be entered into. Towards Cape 
Clear the northern stream from Scilly seems to join the southern and 
western streams from the Irish Channel, and both pass to the north-west 
nmnd Cape Clear, and vice versd. 

At the Smalls Lighthouse it is slack water 5 minutes before high OfftheSmalU. 
vater at the entrance of Liverpool; the stream sets past the rock 
in a S, by W. i W. direction while the water is falling at Liverpool, 
ud N. by E. ^ £. while it is rising there, veering to N. by E. during 
Ik two last hours of the tide. The strength of the tide is sensibly felt 
Itereahout and all the way from the Smalls to Pembroke, running up- 
varda of 34 or 4 knots at the height of the springs. To the southward 
<^f the SinaJIs the stream sweeps round in a broad curve to the S.E., and 
enters the Bristol Channel while the water is falling at Liverpool and 
^wrsdyBa before stated. The entrance of Jjiverpool is properly the 
(taodird to which the turn of the stream in these pages is referred, 
ud wherever a reference is made to that place it must be understood as 
1^ 18 minutes earlier than the time of high water at St. Georges 
Rer, to which the tide tables arc adapted. 

, On the Irbh side, at the Saltees Lightship, for instance, the water Off the Saltees. 

V ilack 2a mmutes before it is high water at Liverpool entrance. The 

"tnam sets W.S.W. from a quarter of an hour before high water at 

I^rerpool entraiice to 1^ hours after, and then W.N.W. to low water. 

% flood or rising tide at Liverpool sets past the Saltees for the 

^3 hoars E. by S., then E.S.E. for the 2 next hours, and S.E. by E. 

^ the last hour^ when the tide slacks, as before, 22 minutes before high 

*>ter at Liverpool entrance. 

From the Saltees Lightvessel to the Tuskar the stream sets along OffCanuore 
t^land, bat towards Camsore Point begins to tend to the northward on P<^'"'* 
tl^ flood, and finally sets sharply round that point into the Irish Channel, 
^maat be carefully watched by vessels in this situation. 



122 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Streams turn 
with the tides 
of Liverpool 
and Morecamhe 
Bay, 



Streams enter 
iV. and S. of 
Ireland, 



Southern 
streams from 
Tuskar to the 
Isle of Man. 



Eastern Branch 
of S, stream sets 
into Cardigan 
Bay, 



SECTION I. 
The Tidal Streams of the Irish Channel, wii 

SHOWING THEIR CoURSE AND BaTE WHEN AT THEIR 

Strength. 

In the Irish Channel, as before observed, experiments have 
notwithstanding the variety of times of high water throughou 
nel, the turn of the stream over all that part which may b( 
fair navigable portion of the Channel is nearly simultaneoi 
northern and southern streams in both Channels commence 
all parts (practically speaking) at nearly the same time ; ai 
time happens to correspond nearly with the time of high and 1 
the shore at the entrance of Liverpool and of Morecambe 1 
remarkable as being the point where the opposite tides co 
the extremities of Ireland terminate. So that it is necess 
know the times of high and low water at either of these 
determine the hour when the stream of either tide will comm 
minate in any part of the Channel, For this purpose th( 
tide-table may be used, subtracting i8 minutes from the 
given, in consequence of the high water at St. Georges Pier 
than the point which is considered as the head of the tide. 

The tide from the Atlantic enters the Irish Channel by tw 
of which Camsore Point, the S.E. point of Ireland, and 
Head, the S.W. point of Wales, are the limits of the souther 
Rathlin and the Mull of Cantyre the boundaries of the north* 

The central portion of the stream of flood or ingoing s 
nearly in a line from a point midway between the Tuskar and i 
to a position i6 miles due west of Holyhead ; beyond which 
expand eastward and westward ; but its main body preserves i 
straight forward towards the Calf of Man, which it passes 
ward with increased velocity as far as Langness Point, am 
more moderate rate on towards Maughold Head. Here it 
by the flood or southern stream from the North Channel coi 
the Point of Ayr, and is first turned round to the eastward 
thon goes on with it at an easy rate direct for Morecambe 
changing its direction nearly eight points. 

The otUer portions of the stream are necessarily deflecte 
course of the great body of the water by the impediments 
the Irish side of the Channel, and by the tortuous form of tl 
the Welsh. The eastern portion passing Linney Head, rushe 
rapidity between the Smalls, Grassholm, and Milford Haven i 
Bishops, which it passes at a rate of between 4 and 5 knots ; 
round those rocks in an E.N.E. direction right over the Basf 
into Cardigan Bay ; makes the circuit of that Bay, and set 
towards Bardsey^ at the other extremity of ,it; then swee] 
N. by W. past the island and through the Sound, it gradual 
course of the shore, round Caernarvon Bay, filling the M 
as far as Bangor; but the stream still continuing outside t 
South Stack, which it rounds, setting towards the Skerries t 
upwards of 4 knots; and, finally, turns sharp round thos 



* The entrances of Liverpool and of Morecambe Bay are. as befo 
minutes earlier in their times of high water, than those given for Liverpo 
tables. 



IN THE IRISH CHANNEL. 128 

Liverpool and Morecambe Bay ; completing in its way the high water 
in the Menai, and filling the Dee, the Mersey, and the Ribble. 

The wettem portion of the streamy after passing the Saltees, runs nearly WestemBranch 
intlie direction of the Tuskar, sets sharply round it, and then takes a ^ets over the 
N.E. ^ N. direction, setting fairly along the coasts but over the banks Irish banks. 
ikirtingthe shore, so that vessels tacking near the inner edge of the sands 
on the flood, and on the outer edge on the ebb» have been carried upon 
them and lost, especially upon the Arklow and Codling Banks. Abreast cff Arkiow no 
of the Arklow is situated that remarkable spot in the Irish Channel, rise orfalL ' 
where the tide scarcely either rises or falls. The stream notwithstand- 
ing sweeps past it at the rate of 4 knots at the springs, and reaches the 
puillel of Wicklow Head. Here it encounters an extensive projection 
of the Codling bank ; and while the outer portion takes the circuit of Codling Bank. 
the bank, the inner stream sweeps over it, occasioning an over fall and 
strong rippling all round the edge, by which the bank may generally be 
disGOYered. Beyond this point the streams unite and flow on towards 
Howth and Lambay, growing gradually weaker as they proceed, until 
they altimately expend themselves in a large space of still water situated Stream emis off 
between the Isle of Man and Carlingford. There we have not been ^^'j^J^^^''^^^^ 
able to detect any stream ; for there another remarkable phenomenon 
occurs — the water rising and falling without having any perceptible 
stream. This space of still water is marked by a bottom of blue mud 
Soch is the course of the flowing water of the Southern Channel. 

In the North Channel the stream enters between the Mull of Can tyre Northern 
uid Rathlin Island simultaneously with that passing the Tuskar into the Stream from 
Southern Channel, but flows in the contrary direction. It runs at the ^?^''"* ^ '^'* 
nte of 3 knots at the springs, increasing to 5 knots near the Mull, and ^'^°^- 
to 4 near Tor Point on the opposite side of the channel. The eastern 
branch of this stream turns round the Mull towards Ailsa and the 
Cijde, a portion passing round Sanda up Kilbrennen Sound and Loch 
Ffne. The main body sweeps to the S. by E., taking nearly the general 
direction of the Channel, but pressing more heavily on the Wigtonshirc 
coast; off which it has scooped out a remarkable ditch, upwards of 
30 miles long by about a mile only in breadth, in which the depth is from 
P to 100 fathoms greater than that of the general level of the bottom 
^^t it Near the Mull of Galloway the stream increases in velocity 
^ S knots ; the eastern portion turns sharply round the promontory 
t<)^*irds the Sol^y, and splits off St. Bees Head, one portion running 
^P the Solway, and the other towards Morecambe Bay. 

The central portionmidwtLy between the Mull of Galloway and the Central portion 
Copehmd Island presses on towards the northern half of the Isle of of this stream 
Man ; and while one portion of it flows towards the Point of Ayr, the ^'^'^ '^ -'«'^' of 
<<ker makes for Contrary Head, and is there turned back to the N.E. at ^^,JJ''^/^'*^^' 
* fight angle nearly to its early course. Passing Jurby Point, it re-unites "*"* ^ ^^' 
^h the other portion of the stream and they jointly rush with a 
'^pidity of from 4 to < knots round the Point of Ayr, and directly 

I across all the banks lymg off there, and catching up the stream from 
^ south channel off Maughold Head, they hurry on together towards 
"^ great point of union, Morecambe Bay. This bay, the grand re- 
^ptade of the streams from both Channels, is notorious for its huge 

i b^b of sand, and also remarkable for a deep channel scoured out by 

i ^be stream, and known as the Lune Deep, which is the great beacon to Lunc Deep. 

I all Tessels bound to that place. 

We have now only to speak of the western limit of the stream, which Western branch 

^ left off Tor Point running at a rate of 4 knots off the pitch of the ofN. stream to 

^^ Hence it strikes directly towards the Maidens, boiling over the ^(^idens and 

^^%Uander and Russel Rocks, and other reefs in the vicinity of that ^^ffi*'^- 



124 



TIDAL STREAMS 



elfati Lougk» 



Ingcimg 
Streamt. 



Outgoing 
StreoMB. 



LimiU of the 
above StreamM, 




daDgerous group ; and takes tbc direction of the coast again from Mui 
Island to Black Head, at the entrance of the Lough of Belfast, which 
fills. 

The portion of the stream which sets into Belfast Lough splits 
Grej Point ; one portion flowing up towards Garmoyle, while the oti 
bends back along the shore of Bangor, Groomsport, and Orlock, 
blends with the general stream which has come on from the Maidens 
Blackhead in nearly a straight line, and passes with it through ^^tae 
sounds of the Copeland Islands. Hence it proceeds along the coa«r^ 
brushes the South Rock, and runs on towards St. Johns f oint; off" 
which the stream, like that coming from the southward, expends itsdFiV 
the large space of still water, which remains almost undisturbed 
although pressed upon by streams from various quarters. 

Such is a general description of the streams in the Irish Chanoel, 
which are produced by the flowing of the water, or whichy for .the pur* 
pose of distinction, we may designate the ingoing streams. 

The ebbing or outgoing streams do not materially differ from the 
reverse of those, except that in the southern channel they press rather 
more over towards the Irish coast. 

These observations do not, however extend beyond the points where 
the Channels begin to open out, that is beyond a line joining Rathlin 
and the Mull of Cantyre on the North, and the Saltees and Pembroke on 
the South. Outside of these limits, the waters diverge right and left; 
that on the north joining the stream from Jura> and turning sharp round 
Rathlin ; that on the soutli, speaking now of the outgoing stream, sweeps 
past St. Davids Head into the Bristol Channel on one side, and on the 
other rounds tlie Tuskar, and passes on to Waterford. 



IN THE IRISH CHANNEL. 125 



1*A.BLI SHOWING THE MAGNETIC DIRECTION AND RaTE (aT SpRINGS) 

OF THE Tidal Streams in the Irish Channel. 

In the following Table, the direction of the stream as it runs at the Explanatiim, 
^ddle of the tide or at its greatest strength, is given at four places upon 
lines connecting well known headlands, viz., at <; miles from the shore, 
OQ each side of the channel, and at a third of the distance across the 
channel from each of those headlands. The names of the places will 
be found in the marginal columns ; and in the adjacent column, a brief 
description of the course of the streams in the immediate vicinity of each 
headland. The western part of the stream will be found on the left- 
hand page, and the eastern half on the right-hand page. 

To use the table, take the line nearest to your position, and at the 
dUtance across the Channel which answers best to your distance from 
the land, take out the direction of the stream from its column ; or if 
the place of the ship falls between two divisions, take the mean of the 
two directions given in the columns for the direction of the stream at 
that time. To know when the stream will turn, look in the previous 
Tide Tables for the time of high water at Liverpool, for the day, and 
aboot 15 minutes after that time the stream will begin to set out in both 
the North and the South Channels, and will run in that direction until 
mbout 45 minutes before low water, when the general slack water begins. 
The slack water in the offing is usually spread over an interval of an 
hour — from the cessation of one stream to the beginning of the next 

In these tables I ^ **^^® ior flood or rising tide at Liverpool. 

\ E stands for ebb or falling tide at Liverpool. 

As a rough general rule, in the fair way of the Channel a vessel will 
be carried 9 miles by the stream in a whole tide at springs, and at neaps 
about 6 miles ; but near to the land on either side, or to tlie banks, 
the rate of the stream greatly increases. 

The rates given in the table which follows are at spring tides ; and in 
order to adapt them to neaps, one third may be subtracted from them. 



126 



TTOAL STREAMS 



Table showing the Dibection and Rate (at Spbingb 



Position. 



Romarks on the 
Tides near the Land. 



Magnetic Directiars 



From 



SMiles. 



^orer. 



On a line join- 
ing theTuskar 
andStDarids 



On a line join- 
inff theArklow 
Lightship and 
Budseylsland. 



On a line join- 
ing the Kish 
Lightship and 
Holyhead. 



The stream cnryeswith the 
land and slacks in shore 
1 i hoars before the offing, 
and inside the Long Bank 
2^ hours before Liyerpool, 
the stream settingover the 
bankN. byW.&S. W. 

Near the Arkloir bank the 
stream slacks half an 
hoar before it does in 
tlie offing, and inside the 
Banks generally an hour 
and upwards before the 
offing. 

The stream slacks at the 
Eish upwards of half an 
hour before the offing, 
and then bends inwards, 
towards the bay, setting 
over the Kish bank ; fur- 
ther in shore it turns i^ 
hours before the offing, 
and a hours close in shore. 



Tuskar 



Arklow 
Light Ship. 



Kish Light 
Ship. 



N.E. } E. 
S.W. i W. 



N.E. }j N. 
S.W. by S. 



N.N.R 
S.S.TV. i W. 



Bate. 



3 
3 



3-6 
3-6 



2'0 

2 



N.E.byE.iE. 
8.w.byw.iw. 



N.E. i N. 
S.W.4S. 



N.NJl. 

as.w. i w. 



Bate, 
at 

2i 



3i 
3i 



24 

2i 



F 
E 



In approaching Holyhead be guarded against the tides which run very strong 
near the Headlands. 

At 7 miles off the South Stack the stream runs 2^ knots at springs. 

At 5 miles ditto ditto 3 to 3^ knots at springs. 

At 2 miles ditto ditto 5 knots at springs. 

The neaps run about two thirds of these rates. In the channel the direcUon of 
the flood is about N.E. by N., and near the Stack N.E. or N.£.^ £. towards the 
Skerries. Off the Skerries, that is, outside them, the flood turns more easterly, 
or runs E.N.E., and to the northward of the Skerries due east, or E» ^ N. 

Off the South Stack there is a race occasioned by the meeting of the tides, but 
increased by some uneven rocky ground off the Stack. It begins about the 



Position. 



On aline join- 
ing the Calf 
of Man and 
the Skerries. 



Remarks on the 
Tides near the Lajid. 



On a line join- 
ing Kockabill 
and the Calf 
of Man. 



The flood stream meets 
the northern stream close 
to the Calf, and both run 
along the land to the 
eastward. 



Magnetic ]>irectio 



From 



Calf of Man. 



5 Miles. 



E.f S. 
W.N.W. iW. 



Bate. 



i over. 



W. iS. 



Rate. 



From Rockabill to the Rockabill - N. by E. i-o N.E. i E. 
northward the stream sets S. by W. i} S.S.W. 

£ur, taking nearly the 
direction of the coast, and passes on to St Johns Point, when it encountera 
the stream fh)m the North Channel; near here the stream turns to the 
westward, and bends in taking the conre of Dnndrom Bay, which most be 
guarded against 



^ 
i 



IN THE IRISH CHANNEL. 



127 



of the Tidal Streams in the Irish Channel. 



of the strain. 



iorer. 



SMiles. 



From 



aw. i w. 



Bate. 
2k 



NJL}B. 

s. w. i w. 



Bate. 
34to 

4 
4 



St. Davids 
Head. 



F 
B 



The stream coires with 
the land, and the flood 
sets sharplj into Cardi- 
gan Baj, sweeping more 

and more in as yon near the land. There is consequently an m- draught 

into this bay on both ebb and flood. 



Remarks on the 
Tides near the Laiid. 



Position. 



NibyN. 
&W.}& 



Si 
3 



N.N JL i E. 

aaw. i w. 



3 Bardsey The stream curves sharply 

2^ Island. round Bardsey, and slacks 

ih. 2om. in the Bardsey 
Sound before it does in the offing ; the flood setting strong into Caernar- 
von, and the ebb strong into Cardigan Bay, and vice versa. 



^1 

£: 



aw. 



2i 



N. by E. i E. 



/ 



3^ Holyhead - In passing Caernarvon 
3 Bay the stream curves 

with the bay more and 
more as you near the bight, setting into the bay on one side and out at 
the other end, near Hohrhead Bay; the stream sets directly for the 
Skerries, sweeping into Holyhead Bay when inside a line, joining the 
North Stack and Skerries, and in the centre of the bay splits, one part 
setting sharply over the Platters and round Carmel H«ul, the odier 
nmning for the Fenwick Bock and Penryn. 



On a line join- 
ing St Davids 
Head and the 
Tuskar. 



On a Une join- 
ing Bai^Uey 
Island and the 
Arklow Light 
Ship. 



On a line join* 
ing Holyhead 
and Kish Light 
Ship. 



^rst quarter ebb and floodi at first close in with the shore, and gradually increases 
ifl strength, extending to seaward in a direction between N. W. and W. S. W. from 
^e lighthouse, according to time of tide ; about the last quarter tide it begins to 
subside. With strong winds blowing against the tide, the race is heavy, especially 
about half tide, and even dangerous at thai time to small deep laden vessels, so 
tba.t they should either go outside altogether or pass between it and the Stack 

So«e to the latter). North and N.W. winds occasion the heaviest seas; at a 
tance of 2 miles from the Stack the race is no longer felt, and by keeping the 
Skerries to the eastward of N.E. by £. ^ £. a vessel will pass outside of it Off 
the "Korth Stack also there is a race after half tide, and although not dangerous at 
^y time, it had better be kept clear of in heavy weather, as the seas break 
short 



^ibgftTBiin. 



lover. 



SMiles. 



From 



Remarks ou tho 
Tides near the Land. 



W.byS. 



Bate. 

2 

1} 



RiK. 



W.J 8. 



Bate. 
3 
3 



Skerry 
Lighthouse. 






From the Skerries the 
stream sweeps over the 
Coal Rock, and runs on 
thence to Lynus and Liverpool in nearly a direct line'; hut at 10 miles off 
shore it takes a more northerly direction, and strikes off for the Rihble 
and Morecambe Bay ; near Lynus it curves to the southward, and runs 
for Priestholm and Great Orme Head ; at half tide the stream slacks in 
Bed Bay, and turns to the northward, and off Lynus meets the true tide, 
and forms a race. 



W.bya 






aE. by E. 
N JJ.W. i W. 



a Calf of Man Near the CaU; and to the 
I j northward, the flood sets 

to the southward, and the 

ebb to the northward ; between the Calf and Bockabill the stream is very 

daek, being scaroely perceptible midway. 



Position. 



On a line join* 
ing the Sker- 
ries and the 
Calf of Man. 



On a line join- 
ing the Calf 
of Man f^wH 
BockabilL 



TIDAL STUEAMS 
Table slioning the Direction and Rate (at Sprihoi) 



PodWon. 


BcunrkiMitlie 
Tidoi now the Loud. 


aigBiMBjMndlkm 


From 1 BUilo. { lorer. | 




On B lioe jwn- 
ingCalfofMan 
and WtlueT 
Idind. 


Bate.1 iBaU. 
Near the Calf, and ea«- : Calf of Man KiU. 3i Ewt « iF 
ward to Langneu Point, - W. } Nr si \ Wert i i S 
the stream runt atronc, 

and near the land bends to the northward, and passes Douglaw Head on to Mang- 
hold Head, where it is turned to the East and S.E. by the northern stream. 




Od a line jmn- 
iDK St Johns 
Point ud Peel 
(hie of Man). 


'^.•S^,Sri.'':^-2?^ St Johns 8.w.byw.iw. li S.W. i W. oj jp 
&,;.'I^;:%"^.J;^ P^mt N.E.byE. ,i N.^iN. d™- E 




On a liM join- 
ing Feel and 
HnU of Gallo- 
way. 




Peel 


E-iN. 
W.iN. 


"i 


E-hyS. 
W.N.W. fW. 


:ji 




Poxltkin. 


Iteinu'luiniilhe 


W»enrtitDii«ttei 


From im\.-3. \ lorrr. | 




On a line join- 
ing the Pomt 
of Ajr and 
Borrow Head. 


New the Point of Ayr. in Point of Ayr S,E.bjE.|E. ^ E. i S. '^IF 
aN.N.W.dJreetion. there W. by N. 3 W. by N. 3! E 
is Dsiially a race, pspe- 

ciaUy 00 the ebb: it takes place npon a hauJt. wluch, although shallower than 
the parts about it is iiot dangerous. 




On aline j<rin- 
ing thefoint 

of Ayr and St 
Bees Head. 




Point of Ayr 


S. jE. 
H.N.W. 




S.JE. 
N.W. by N. 


ti s 





On the line joining Point of Ayr and St, Bees Head are situated tlie Wliite- ' 
Blone and King WiU-imn Bank», wliicli are very dangerous. The tide tteta imme- 
<liately over them, S. by E. ^ E., at a rapid rate, nnd ought to be carefully 
guarded against. 

The stTeam s^ts round the Point of A51 into Ramspy Bay abtral the time oT j 
low water at Liverpdoj, and sweeps over Ih^ Batiama Bank, and from thence J 

Mtgnette Dtreetto ] 



On a line joining ' 
CopclandlsLind 1 
andMnllofGol- I 



Magnetic Direction and Rate 0^ 



% 



IN THE IRISH CHANNEL, 



129 



e Tidal Streams in the Irish Channel — continued. 



\ ClftT, 



6 MUM. 



Prom 



Remarks on tbo 
Tides near the Luid. 



Position. 



ELbyR^E. 
W.N.W. 



S. i£. 
Slack 



Bate. 



oi 



S.E. i S. 

N.W. i W. 



S. iW. 
N. } W. 



Rate 

2 
2 



Ik 



Walncy 
Island. 



reel 



The stream sets sharply 
round Walney Island into 
Morecambe Bay. 



To the N.W. of Peel the 
stream divides; one part 
runs towards the Calf, 
the other tarns to the N.E., passes Contrary Head, so called from the 
set of the tides off it, and nms with an increasing rate along the land to 
Jarby, and thence to the Point of Ayr. 



SwE. i £. 2} 
'.byw.fw. i{ 



N.W. by W. 



3i 



Mull of Gal- 
loway. 



Off the Mull of Galloway tho 
streun attains its greatest 
strength, and occaiiiouH a 
race off the head ; but there 
is usually a slack very close 
te shore, of which steamers who are acquainted take advantage, between the MiQl and 
row Head the stream bends to the northward, and finally takes the curve of tho bay of 
e, setting sharply into the boy round tho Mull, and out round Burrow Head. 



On a line join- 
ing Walney 
Island and the 
Calf of Man. 

On a line joining 
Feel and St. 
Johns' Point 



On a line join- 
ing Mull of 
Galloway and 
Peel (Isle of 
Man). 



stream. 


Remarks on tho Tides near tho Land. 


Position. 


5 Miks. 1 Prom 


East 
X. W. i W. 

SJLbTS. 


Rate. 

4 
4 

I 


BurrowHead 
StBeesHead 


Between King William Bank and St Bees 
Head the stream is slack, but near St Bees 
begins to nm, one part passing up the Solway, 
the other going on towards Walney. 


On a line join- 
ing Burrow 
HeadandPoint 
of Ayr. 

On a line join- 
ing St Bees 
HeadandPoint 
of Ayr. 



ites on to Maughold Head, where it meets with the tide from the southern 
uineL At half flood the stream at the Bahama runs towards Ramsay, and then 
Ds to the north-west the rest of the tide* A few miles westward of this spot, 
latitude 54^ 18' N. and longitude 4? W., the streams from the Calf of Man, 
I that which had passed <Jver the Whitestone Bank, meet and thence run 
ictly for Walney Island. 



swam. 



Jrrom 



Remarks on the Tides near tlio Land. 



Position. 



Bate. 



W.iW. 3 




On a line joining 
MuU of Gallo- 
way and Cope- 
land Island. 



the Pf^«»A Ught Vessel. 



Before High Water at Liverpool. 



1 4 Hours. 


3 Hours. 


a Hours. 


I Hour. 


J Coiuio. 


Rate. 


Course. 


Rate. 


Course. 


Rate. 


Coiu'se. 


Rate. 


&JW. 




S.W. 




N.W. i W. 

• 




N. by E. iE. 





* Se$ Bahima Light Vesiiel. 



130 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Table showing the Direction and Ratb (at SpRra 



Copeland Islands and Lough of Belfast. 

The main body of the stream, ebb and flood, crosses the entrance of this Long! 
a curve from the Copeland Islands to Blackhead, and near the islands gain 
strength of 5 knots ; this curve bends more and more in until it stretches fi 
Whitehead to Grey Point, when it divides, one part of the flood running up 
Garmoyle, the other bending back and running towards Orlock, and near 1 
place will carry a vessel upon the Briggsl f not guarded against. 

The first of the flood sets through the Copeland Sound and between the isla 
at a rapid rate, and care must be taken not to be swept into the intricate pass 
between the Copeland Islands. At half tide all the inshore part of the tide wil 
i-^ miles of the coast south of the Copelands slacks, and shortly turns to 
northward and runs for 3 hours, whilst the stream in the offing is still g€ 
to the southward ; so that from Ballyferris Point to Foreland Point, quite d 
in, the stream runs 9 hours to the northward and only 3 to the southward. 



Position. 



Remarks on the 
Tides near the Land. 



Magnetic Dira 



Prom 



6 Miles. 



%OTcr. 



On a line join- 
ing Corsewall 
Point and 
Sanda Soond. 



On a line joining 
Muck Island 
and Corsewall 
Point. 



Corsewall 
Point. 



Near Corsewall the stream 
gains strength, and close 
in takes the cunre of the 
land, the flood setting to the S.W. round the lighthouse, and the ehh t 
versS. 



S.iE. 

N.N.W. 



Bate. 



:| 



N.W. i N. 



<Bat< 



Muck Is- 
land. 



I! 



S.byE.^R' i^ 
N.byW.iW. i! 



Close to Muck Island the 
stream attains great 
strength, the flood turn- 
ing round Blackhead into 
the Lough of Belfast, but at a few miles off shore it runs straight on 
the Copeland Islands. 



S.byE.iE. 
N.byWi-W. 



The tides off Muck Island run from 3^ to 4^ knots close in, and occasion a i 
and heavy breaking sea at the springs ; and in blowing weather there are n 
also off both Blackhead and Whitehead, and also the Gobbins ; with the ebb- 
there is an eddy from half tide, close in with the shore, which may be ta 
advantage of by steamers at all times, and by sailing-vessels with a leading wi 
but it does not extend sufficiently far off for sailing-vessels to benefit by it 1 
a working wind, as they would be in danger of getting on the roo&s if 1 
missed stays. 



Position. 



On a line join- 
ing Tor Point 
and Mull of 
Cantyre. 



Remarks on the 
Tides near the Land. 



Magnetic Direction of the Stream. 



From 



iover. 



lover. 



Close off Tor Point the 
flood runs upwards of 
four knots at springs. 



Tor Point 



S.brE. 
N.byW. 



Bate. 



4 
3k 



S. by E. i E. 
N.byW.fW. 



4 
3i 



IN THE IRISH CHANNEL. 



131 



TiDAi. Streams in the Irish Channel — continued. 



3rd quarter of the flood having turned to the northward, meets the tide 
;h the Sound off the Deputy Reef> and they jointly strike off for the south 
' the Copeland Islands and pass over the Bushes, and thence through the 
el between the Islands. 

t eddy under Mew Island at this time rushes with great speed to the 
mtii it meets the true tide, and with it forms a race which sailing-vessels 
i avoid; upon the ebb a similar race occurs, but to the N.E. of Mew Island. 

} last of the flood goes to the northward through the Sound, and splits off 
ath end of the Copeland, and one part runs for Mew Island, throwing off 
bes between the islands. 

about the Copeland Islands the eddies are very strong, and at night a 
should be sure that she is outside the drift of the point of Mew Island. 



itff m. 


Remarks on the Tides near the Land, 


Position. 


Slfllea. Frcnn 


Wr. by W. 


Rate. 

a 


Sanda Island 

Corsewall 
Point 

• 


The tide runs fajgX past Sanda Island, and 
is variable in its direction. Off the 
western end of the island it splits ; the 
outer part passing on for the Clyde, and 
the other going inside the island, and up 
Kilbrennen Sound, as mentioned below. 


On a line joining 
Sanda Island 
and Corsewall 
Point. 

On a lino join- 
ing Corsewall 
Point and 
Muck Island. 



Her passing Whitehead, the tide slacks considerably as you enter the Lough. 
I <fte Jlood there is a strong eddy under Muck Island, which will be found 
ntefoi to steamers and even sailing-vessels beating along this coast ; with a 
kerly wind they will do well to keep close in with the shore hereabout, as the 
gth of the flood strikes off from Muck Island in a S. E. direction, till it meets 
tream which passes the eastern side of the Maidens, when it takes a channel 
lion ; the meeting of these two tides appear to have occasioned a deep ditch, 
inch will be found from 90 to 100 fathoms water. 



Bemarks on the Tides near the Land. 



Position. 



r the If oil of C^tyre the stream runs 5 knots, and occasions a heavy 
i^aoaa aea in had weather; with either tide, quite close in, there is an eddy. 
«m the Moll <i^ Gantp« the flood takes a direction nearly for Sanda 
md^ and dividea off its western end : one part passing inside the island 
I Dp Kilbrennen Soimd, the other running on for the Clyde. 



On a line join- 
ing Mull of 
Cantyre and 
Tor Point 



12 



J 32 



TIDAL STREAMS 



THE TIDES NEAR RATHLIN ISLAND. 
By Richard Hoskyn, Master R.N., 



Bate of tide. 



Eddyjrom Tor 
Point through 
the Sound, 



Eddy on south 
shore. 



Ehh stream. 



Eddy in 
Church Bay, 

Dangerous 
overfall. 

Direction of 
ehh. 



Flood stream. 



Edily to east- 
ward of Island, 



Navigation of 
Sound, 



Streams off 

Head. 



Bengort 



i 



In charge of the Survey on the North-east Coast of Ireland. 

About Rathlin Island the tides are very rapid^ in the Sound tbey r 
from 4 knots at neaps to 6^ knots at springs, occasioning strong cdd 
along the shores, with heavy overfalls off all the headlands. 

On each side of Tor Point there is an eddy which at half tide % 
dually extends from the shore, at the last quarter of the Channel ft 
this eddy goes to the westward through Rathlin Sound, causing the 
stream to make there 1^ hours sooner than it does to the northf 
of the island ; by taking advantage of these eddies a ship from 
southward may carry 9 hours tide with her through Rathlin Sound. 

To the westward of Fair Head all along the south shore of the So 
as far as Sheep Island there is an eddy with both streams, commen( 
at half tide. Carrickvaan Rock lies at the junction of the eddy and 
streams. 

During the first hour and half, the ebb stream sets round the 
Point into Church Bay, but after high water at Liverpool, when 
general stream north of the island has made to the westward, and it 
attained a rate of 6^ knots through the Sound, an eddy begins in Chi 
Bay, setting from the Bull Point towards the Rue, and meeting 
true tide about a mile to the westward of the latter, where the botto 
very irregular, a great overfall is occasioned, called Slough-na-nr 
which may be attended with danger to small vessels. 

The eddy from Church Bay has now forced the main stream in 
more southerly course, with contracted limits it sets from Rue I 
towards the Carrickvaan Rock, whence it shoots off in a N.W. direc 
towards the Bull Point at the west end of Rathlin, meeting there 
stream from the north side of the island setting to the S.W. 

The flood or eastern stream does not begin in the middle of the S( 
until it is low water at Liverpool, although, as before observed, the « 
along the south shore commences at half tide. There is no slack v 
preceding the flood stream ; in the eastern part of the Sound at low^ 
it sets south 2^ knots, in the western part at the same moment it 
north 1| knots, eddying round at each station in opposite direct 
The stream soon becomes general, setting fair through the Sound, 
rushing out of Church Bay past the Rue with great force, including 
eddy before alluded to, it sets for 10 hours across Church Bay to the 
ward. During the flood stream there is an eddy to the eastward ol 
island, extending 2\ miles from the shore, setting back on the island 
the junction of the eddy and true streams there are great overfall 
Altacarry Head, and again off the Rue as mentioned above. 

With a commanding breeze there is no danger in the navigati( 
Rathlin Sound, but in light winds great vigilance is necessary to i 
being caught in the eddies or overfalls. 

Off Bengore Head, at a mile distant, the stream turns about 15 mir 
after high and low water at Liverpool ; springs run 3 knots, the 
setting W.N.W. and the flood E. b. S. In the bays on each side o 
heads an eddy begins when the stream in the offing has run hal 
coursp. 



IN THE IRISH CHANNEL. 138 

kerry Islets the ebb stream sets fair through the anchorage Streams near 

to the westward, attaining a velocity of 3 to 3J knots in ^ Skerry 

between Ramore Head and the Carr Rocks^ and creating ^ ' 

ilesome sea. 

I stream sets from Ramore Head towards the Carr Rocks ; 

>und is entered it sets fair through. 

Sound it sets down on the Little Skerry, while the ebb 
le northward through the Sound. 

ichorage under the Great Skerry there is little tide felt, 
1 it is slack water at half tide^ on the ebb with the last 
le on the north side of the rocks the stream runs with a 
\ knots. 

oceed to the westward towards Lough Foyle the tide loses "^^ J^ "^^*^- 
strength, north of the mouth of the Bann, 3 miles off shore "^ ' 
'ate at springs is 1| knots, 
an edd}' tide all the way along the shore from the Skerry E{%. 

mouth of tlie Bann, commencing at half tide, the line of 
with the main stream being marked by a strong rippling. 
s north of Port Stewart the channel stream turns to the Off Port 
hour and 40 minutes after low water at Liverpool, or at ^'^"'^'''• 
on the adjoining shore, and to the westward 31 minutes 
rdter at Liverpool, or three quarters of an hour before low 
i adjoining shore, so that, on this part of the coast, the tide 
reference to its head at Liverpool) being nearly reversed, 
Jwhat to a person watching the rise and fall of the tide ^^gk and lour 
i appears at first sight so anomalous) the whole of the ebb ^casioned bt 
ing from the ocean, while the flood comes from the opposite Hfiai stream 

the tidal stream to the head of the tide at Liverpool, and 
times of high water to the undulation of the tide wave, ^"' ^^ '*^ 
it anomaly disappears. wave, 

:oast to the westward of Fair Head is subject to a ground Ground swell. 
le weather the commencement of the east-going stream is 
ent by the sudden appearance of the swell, resuming again 
ve state of quiet when the west-going stream makes. 



134 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Streams turn 
with the tides of 
Dover, 



Tidal Compart" 
ments. 



ist Compart- 
tnent. 



2d Compart" 
meni. 



3d Compart- 
ment, 



4tJi Compart' 
ment. 



3th Compart' 
ment. 



SECTION II. 

The Tidal Streams of the English Channel^ with T. 

SHOWING their CoURSE AND RaTE AT EVERT HoUR OF THE 

AT Dover. 

In the English Channel, as before stated (page 120), the time o 
water cU Dover is to be taken as the standard, so that whenever 
the time of the turn or the direction of the stream is required 
known, the time of the ship is to be compared with the time c 
water for the day at the standard place, and the interval sought 
table which accompanies these remarks, and in the column answe 
the ship's position will be found the information required.* 

In these tables it has been necessary to class the information 
heads answering to the various compartments of the Channels, 
courses of the stream in the mixed tides are so changeable that 
different stream will be found running at a place but little remove 
another in the same portion of the Channel. The seaman must 
fore look in which compartment according to his latitude and loi 
his ship is sailing, and in which quarter of that compartment, t 
N.E., N.W., S.E., or S.W., and then enter the table for the di 
of the stream. 

The ist compartment, as previously stated (page 120), compr 
approach to the English Channel westward of a line joining 
and Scilly. 

The 2d compartment comprises a space eastward of the 
mentioned line from Ushant to Scilly, and as far as a line joif 
Start and the Casquets, In this part of the Channel there is z 
tide, partaking of the joint directions of the Channel and 
streams. 

The 3d compartment is bounded on the west by the line join 
Casquets and the Start, and on the east by a line from Seach 
to ZHeppe, having the Baie de la Seine on the south. As so( 
vessel passes to the eastward of the Start and Casquets she g< 
the true Channel stream which sets straight up and down Cha 
the fairway, and will always carry a vessel towards Beachy Hew 
the water is rising at Dover j and from it while it is falling there. 

The 4th compartment comprises the Gulf of St. Malo, an 
which from its magnitude and large tides exercises a powerful ir 
over the navigation of that part of the Channel in its immediate \ 
and the seaman must be especially on his guard when drawii 
this locality. With the falling water at Dover the stream sets 
into this Gulf on both sides,f which the prevalence of westerly 
is said to increase, and with the rising wafer at Dover it sets acf 
out of the Gulf, the north-eastern part of the stream sweepin| 
the Casquets towards Aldemcy, and through the Russel anc 
Channels about Guernsey towards the race of Aldemey. 

The 5th compartment contains the great bight on the south 
the Channel eastward of Cape Barfleur, known as the Baie de h 
With the rising water at Dover the stream sets sharply roun 
Barfleur into the bat/y curving more and more as the doptli of t 
is gained until it finally takes the sweep of the shoro. With th 
tide the western half of the bay is partly in eddy, and the tid( 
in all that part nearly an hour before high water at Dover, whilst 
eastern half of the bay it runs about half an hour longer than at 



* The time at ship is to be corrected for the longitude of Dover, 
t A return of the vessels wrecked on the Channel Islands shows that th< 
part of them came ashore about the end of the fidling water at Dover. 



IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. 135 

lere a ship beating up Channel towards the end of a rising tide 
r may prolong the tide in her favour by standing close over 
'ranch Coast eastward of Havre. On approaching Boulogne, 

at the beginning of a rising tide, great attention should be 
;he direction in the tables, as the streams hereabout meet and 
(d down upon the French Coast, so that a ship, which on the ^ , ^ 
side would at this time have a stream setting straight up ^nmt^^^^' 

here encounters one upon her beam, sweeping her down 
the Somme, and hence probably the cause of some of the 
iistrous losses which have occurred in this part of the Channel. 
h compartment is between Beachy Head and the North Fore- 

the Somme and Duiikerque. In this space the streams from 
Dcl and North Sea meet while the water is rising at Dover, and 
while it {^falling there. The point of union and separation is 
ever, stationary, but moves from west to east both on the 
d falling water. For instance, an hour after high water at 
3 separation begins off Beachy Head ; in two hours it has reached 
in three hours Rye, and so it creeps on until at low water it has 
le line extending from the North Foreland to Dunkerque. At 
the offing streams on both sides have done, and it is slack water 
the North Sea and English Channel as far as the true tide 
but the stream does not at this time cease in the intermediate tide. 
! water at Dover begins to rise, the stream on either side sets 
)orer, and that from the North Sea consequently goes toith the 
lie tide, which had not yet ceased running to the westward, 
other, the Channel stream, opposes it, and this opposition con- 
Dughout the rising tide at Dover; the point of meeting gradually 
s position eastward as the tide advances on the shore.* About 
¥hen the water at Dover has done rising, the line of meeting has 
he North Foreland, and the streams are now slack over the 
east and west, leaving the intermediate stream running alone 
to the eastward. The next hour finds the offing streams made 
; and west, so that now the intermediate stream falls in with 

Sea stream and goes with it, whilst on the west it separates 
Channel stream, splitting at the same point, Beachy Head, as 

i the general description of the course and routine of the tidal 
f the English Channel and intermediate tide, a careful perusal 

will enable the reader the more readily to understand the 

and tables annexed. 

tee of meeting begins off Beachy Head at five hours before high water on the 
that of the separation at one hour (\fier high water ; the place of four hours 
water is nearly the same as Uiat of the separation at two hours afters and 
' with the subsec^uent hours. 



136 



TIDAL STREAMS 



Table showing tlie Magnetic Direction of the Stream in the Englij 

at every Hour of the Tide at Dover. 



COMPARTMENT L 
Westward of a Line joining Ushant and the Land's End. 





North Side of Latitude 40'oo 


>N. 






Souths 


Hours. 














RZMAKKS. 






West part. 


Rate. 


NcarSciUy. 


Rate. 


Seven Stones. 


Rate. 


Ww 


High 
Dover. 


-J 


W.N.W. \4 W. 
N.),W. 
N.E. \4 £. 


• 

1 

o 

• 


N.N.W.J6W. 

N.)^ W. 

N.N.E. 


• 

c 

M 

O 

. 


N.\4W. 

N.N.E. 
N.E. 14 N. 


• 

o 
c 

M 

• 




w. 

N. by ^ 
E.N.] 


After 
Water. 




E.N.E. \4 E. 


m" 


N.N.E. 


60 


N.E. ^ E. 


Oft 




E.N.] 




E.N.E. 14 E. 


t 


N.E.byE. 




N.E. 14 E. 


5 




N.E.b: 


.6 


E.?4S. 


E.\4S. 


s* 


E.N.E 14 E. 






Tui 


-6)^ 


'J 


S.E. by E. % E. 


« 


- 


i 


8.?4W. 


« 

'•-> 




S.by 


a: o 

%m »« 
A U 




S.J4E. 


S 


South. 


s 


S.S.W 14 W. 


g 




Dra 




s.s.w. % w. 


1 


S.W. 




SS.W.J^W. 


s 




S.W. 


Befi 
Wate 




S.W. by W. 


1 


S.W. by W. 


s 


S.W. % S. 


3 




S.W 


-' 


W.8.W. VI W. 


O 


S.W. by W. 


o 


W.8.W. 


o 




S.W. by 



COMPARTMENT IL 



r A Line joining the Land's End and Ushant, 
Between i „ „ the Casquets and Start, and 

the Casquets and Sept Bes. 






»♦ 



»» 



Hours. 


North Side of the Channel. 


IUmarks. 


South Side of tlie CI 




« 1 










• 

2 

1^ 








West part. 


s 

& 


Centre. 


1 


East part. 


as 

« 

o 




West part. 


Centre. 


4 


• 


'i 


W.N.W. ?4W. 


m 

1 


W.;6N. 


• 


W. V4 N. 




W. 14 S. 


• 

5 


W. ?4 N. 


1 
! 


tl 


a 


Turning. 


C 
M 


M.w.byw.94w. 


c 


W.14N. 


c 


rw. >4 s.-| 


Slack. 


c 


W-e<t. 


*: 


3 


N. 14E. 


.8 


W.?4N. 


O 

• 


West. 


• 


J near 1 
] Kurd's f 


East. 


o 


Slack. 


: 


IS 


4 


E.1^S. 




Slack. 




S.% W. 


n 


. Deep. . 


E. by N. 




E.S.E. 14 £. 




% 


S 

6 


East. 
E. by S. 


E.V&S. 
E.)4S. 


1 

a. 


S.E. % S. 
E.S.E. 14 E. 


to 
c 
'C 




E.N.E. % E. 

E.14N. 


c 

•c 

a. 


£. 14 s. 
B.E. by E. 14 E. 


I 


.dfe 


rs 


E.S.E. % E. 


if 


E. by S. 




E. by S. 


0? 




E.14S. 


i 


E. by S. 


< 

4 


1 Before Hig 
Water, Dot 


4 

3 

a 

.1 


Slaclc. 
Turning. 
W. by N. 
W.?4S. 


& 


E.S.E. 94 E. 
Slack. • 
W.14N. 
W. 14N. 


u 
• 

t 

o 


E.^S. 

Turning. 

W.S.W. 14 W. 






v.E.byE. 9ft£. 

Slack. 
8.w.by.w.l4 w. 
• S.W\ by W. 


2 
8 

o 


Slack. 
W.N.W. 

Slack. 
W.byN. 


1 

* 

« 

( 

1 

Q 



COMPARTMENT m. 

Ttaharoan / A Line jouiing Start and Casquets, and 
■^ I » » Point AiUy and Beachy Head. 



Hours. 



so, 






West part. 



W.?4N. 
W.N.W.^W 

W.?4N. 

W.14S. 

W. 14S. 
N.N.E. 14 E. 

£.14 S. 
EJ».E. 14 E 
E.S.E.14E. 
E.S.E. 14E. 
EAJ&.\( B. 



e 

J4 



O O 






if* 
s< 

U 

it 



Centre. 



W.N.W. % W. 

N.W.byW. ^W. 

N.W.byW.^W. 

W.N.W. 

W.N.W. 

W.N.W. 14 W. 

£.S.b<. 
S.E. by E. % E. 
S.E.byE. 9ft E. 
S.E. by E. % E. 

EJSJB. 



T 

& 



o 
a 

• • 



1. 



^5 

«3 O 



« A 



East part. 


S 

• 



c 


Turning. 


W.N.W. 14 W. 


M 


W.N.W. %W. 


%% 


W.5iN. 


f*> ct 


W. by N. 
W. by N. 


) flood 
f ebb 


E.S.E. 14 E. 


i' 


E.S.E. % £. 


2 . 


E.S.E. 14 E. 


KB tC 


E.S J2. 14 E. 
E.?ft& 


Great 
sprii 



Remarks. 



Over 
Hurd's Deep. 



W. )i S. 
W. V^ S. 
W. % S. 
W.S.W. 



c 

&; 



3 

o 

c 

>o o 



■c 



W.S.W.l4W.io.o 



Slack. 

E. 1^ S. 
E.i^S. 
£. 14S. 
£. ^ N. 
E.N.E. 



« c> 



2 . 






IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. 



137 



COMPARTMENT IV. 
Entrance of Gulf of St Malo on a line joining Brehat Island and S.W. line of Guernsey Island. 



Hour. 



I a miles from 
Biehai Uland. 




/JlX.W.byW. 
a Im.W. by W. 
I |V.W. % W. 



( 



s 



I a miles from 


Guernsey Island. 




• 

s 


Course. 


• 

.3 

o 
e 


W. %N. 


S.VI w. 


M 


s. % w. 


3 


S.&E. % E. 


s 


8.E. % E. 


e 


S.E. % S. 


•f 
w 




.P. 




•c 


S.E.byE. 




• • 






Ut 


N.W. )i N. 




N.W. )4 W. 


W.N.W.^iW. 


C 



REMAtKS. 



Near S.W. Point, 
Guernsey Island. 



Course. 



W. )i N. 

S.S.W. yk W. 

S.S.W. )^ w. 
&E. by E. }^ £. 
S.E. by E. ^ E. 
S.E.byE. }^ E. 

jS.E.byE.\4E.) 

I e.j^n; J 



N. by W. % W. 
N. by W. % W. 



5 

(3 



5 

o 

c 

c 

9 



u 

hi 



4 miles W. by S. 
from Casquets. 


Course. 


• 

o 
c 


W. ?4S. 


S.W. VI w. 


.M 


S.W. M W. 




S. by E. yk E. 




S.E. ^ E. 


.T 


S.E. 1^ E. 


B 

•c 




S* 


E.IIN. 


s 


N.E. % N. 


2 

4-» 


N.E. 5^ N. 


5 
O 


N.E.byE.ViE. 


N.W. V& W. 





4 mUcs W.N.W. 

of 
Cape La Hague. 



Cour^. 



S.W.byW.liW. 
S.W.byW.?lW 
S.W.by W.IIW. 

S.W. US. 

S.V^ H S. 
N.E.b;E.)i£. 

N.E. by E. % E. 
N.E. by E. )i £. 

N.E. Vi N. 

N.R Vt N. 
N.E. )4 N. 



COMPARTMENT V. 
In the Baie de la Seine, south of a line joining Cape Barfleur and Cape Antifcr. 



Hours. 


West Fart. 


Rate. 


• 


'i 


N.N.W. ^ W. 


• 


x:« 


a 
3 


N.N.W. H W. 
N.N. W. 


o 

c 

M 


Mi 


4 


N.N.W. % W. 






T «n 


"5 


6 


N.by W.?4W. 
Slack. 


Is 






«^ 


• 




S.S.E. 


* ■ 




8.S.E. 


1, 


1Q 






«r 


!•• 


&S.E. 
S.E. by S. 
S.E.byS. 


Greatest 

spring 



Centre. 



N.W.byW.llW. 
N.W.byW.^iW. 
N.W.byW.%W. 
N.W.byW.^iW. 
N.W.byW.ViW. 
N.W.byW.ViW. 

S.E.byE.%E. 

S.E.byE.%E. 
SJB.byE.)lE. 
S.£.byE. %£. 
S.E.byE.%£. 



Rate. 



3 

o 
c 
M 



o o 

• • 



1. 



oS 

«3 ft» 



East Part. 



Rate. 



«j ■ 
S . 

m 



W.)6N. 
W.?4S. 
W.N.W. % W. 
W. Vi N. 
W. Vi N. 
W. )4 S. 

W. ViS. 

E.N.E. VI E. 
E.N.E. V6 E. 
E.N.E. % E. 
E.N.E. 1^ E. 



Remarks. 



S 

o 
c 

M 

«*> o 






•a p. 
o w 

ki 

O 






o 

i2 






3 



COMPARTMENT VI. 



TWvMn / ^ ^® joining Beachy Head and Point Ailly, and 
^^*^^° I „ the North Foreland and Dunkerque. 



Rbmabxs. 



West of 



East of 



Line of Separation. 



OffSouthsand 
Head. 



Course. 



{The lldn separate on a line joiniug— 
Beacfay Head and St. Valcry . . 

Hastings and Treport 

Hastings and Cayeux 

F(dkstone and Calais 



{ 



Sooth Foreland and Point Gravelines . . 

Bamsmteand Nieuport, passing over Nortli *) 
Sand Head, the South Lbie of the Falls, I 
and the banks off Nieuport * 



{Tb« Tides meet on a line joining — 
Beacfay Head and Point Ailly . 



BeKhiU and Cayeux, Iwth streams turning ) 
down towards the ** Somme " . . . .) 

' Tbe TIdM meet on a line Joining Rye and the) 

sing over the Bassurelle, both > 

totLeSomme ) 



{ 

{The TidM meet on 
UdM flCtOoK to i 



{Tbe TMai neet on a line Joining— 
DoBfOMM and Tooquet Point 

Od. Dow aad Dunkerque nearly 



W. by N. 

W. J6 N. 

w. yk N. 

W. by S. 

i.TT.byw.Vi w. 

W. by S. 



N.E.by£.)4£. 
N.E.byE.UE. 

E.N.E. 

E.N.E. 
N.E.byRJ^E. 

CE.V^N.and 
\ Northward. 



E.S.E. 
S.S.E. }^ £. 



Tides meet. 

S.W.by w.)|w. 

S.byW.J^W 



S.E.by B )^B. 

E. byN. 
NJS.byE.VftE. 



S.W. by W. 
W-S.W. j% W. 

Vf .S. Wr. 



N.E. VI £. 

N.E. % E. 
N.E.byE.)^E. 
N.E byE.HE. 

} S.\V. Vi S. 

S.W. 
S.W. i( W. 

yfjs,w.\i w. 

W.^'N. 
N.N.E. 



I 



a 

o 
c 

M 



»o 



60 

C 

•c 



I 



Off North- 
sand Head. 



Course. 



N.N.E. 

N.N.E. 

N.E. Vt E. 

E. by S. 

S.S.W. 

S.S.W. 
S.8.W. 

&S.W. 

S.S.AV. 
SS.W. 



m 



\ 



138 TIDAL STREAMS 

SECTION IIL 

Tidal Streams in the North Sea. 

Streams turn ^^ the North Sea the general features of the streams correspom 
with the Tides exactly with those of the English Channel, but the direction of the strear 
oj Dover. , jr reversed. As soon as the intermediate tide is passed, on comiD 

from the westward, a ship enters the True Stream, which extends froc 
the North Foreland to a line joining the Leman and Ower Light an 
the Texel. To the northward between the Ower and Texel a mixe 
tide occurs, similar to that which is experienced off the Start, occasione 
by the channel stream encountering that of the Offing Stream; an 
beyond these limits the time of slack water varies with the advance c 
the tidal hour, as at the entrance of the English Channel ; and wit 
this peculiarity also, that in a very short distance there occurs 
difference of three hours in the time of slack water. 

Direction of The True Stream will always carry a vessel towards the North Forelan 

Trut Stream, while the water is rising at bover^ Bind from it while it is failing at tfia 

place,* This stream sets nearly N.E. and S.W., except near the coast 
where it partakes of the form of the land ; and at the entrance of th 
Thames where it is diverted from its course by the river. The annexe 
table will show these deviations and the exact course of the stream 1 
the channel, which, for the convenience of reference, is also divided inS 
compartments. 
North Sea The 7th Compartment comprises the entrance to the Thames ; via 

Hivided into 15 at the Mouse, Sunk, Kentish Knock, and Galloper Light Vessels, ai 
Compartments, j miles north of the North Foreland. 

The 8th compartment comprises a space between the mouth of tl 
Thames and the coast of the Netherlands south of 52^ N. 

The 9th compartment comprises between fy2^ and 53° N. and tl 
English coast as far as 2^ E. and also the Shipwash, Stanford, Sal 
Nicholas Gat, Cockle, Newarp, and Hasborough Light Vessels. 

The loth compartment comprises between 52® and 53° N. and fro 
20 to 30 E. 

The nth compartment comprises between 52° and 53° N., and fro- 
30 to 4<^ E. 

The 12th compartment comprises between j2° and 53° N., and fro- 
4° E. to the coast of the Netherlands. 

The 13th compartment comprises between 53® and 54® N., and fro 
1° to 3° E., and the Leman and Ower Light Vessel. 

The 14th compartment comprises between 53® and J4® N., and fro« 
3° to 5^ E. 

The I 'jth compartment comprises between 53° and 54® N. and wea 
ward of i^ E., and the Spurn and Dudgeon Light Vessels. 

The 1 6th compartment comprises from 1° to 8® E. on the parallel ^ 

54° N. 

The J 7th compartment comprises from o^ to 8^ £• on the parallel 

55^ N. 

The 1 8th compartment comprises from i^ to 8° E. on the parallel 

The 19th compartment comprises from 2** W. to 8® E. on the parall 
of 57° N. 

The 20th compartment comprises from 3° W. to 3** E. on the paral^ 
of58°N. 

The 2ist compartment comprises from 2^ W. to o® on the paraUd 
.W' N. 

* Upon the banks \^mg towards the coast of Holland, between the Texel md 
Scheldie, where there is icarcely any rise or fall of the water, the strcav cwtfiiwi 
nearly 40 minates longer than in other parts of the chumeL 



IN THE NORTH SEA. 



13 



Table ehowiog the Magnetic Dihectiok of the Tidal Streams in 

Ihe NoBTH Sba from a line joining the Spurn Point and HKi,ao- 

uini to the North Forbland at every hour of the tide at Dover. 

COMPAETltENT VIL 





»-si»' 


Sunk Llitat Ship. 


Light Sw" 


SoidTVorelmnd. 


Light VbmcI. 




c™. 


i 


Cour-. 


1 


Coune. 


1 


cm™. 


1 


c.™ 


3 


£ f" 


W.hjN. 




SUck. 




N.E. 




N.N.W.KW. 


.■So 


N.E.iiE. 




- 


Sluk. 


1 


N.E.bTE.«E 




N 


E. 


1 


N.aE. 


no 


N.B.hirE. 




E-KB. 


E.N.E. a E. 


s 


N 


E. 


N.E.ME- 


.■.8 


N.E.h,E. 


1 


ii . 


E. as. 


i 


E.N.E.aE. 


s 


N 


E. 


£ 


E.S.E.aE. 


■ ■46 


N.B.aB. 


ni 


E.i.a 

E-SS. 


1 


E.N.E. a E. 
E.N.E. a E. 


1 


K 


E. 
E. 


1 


EJ.E. a B. 

S.E.aE. 


1.60 


N.E b7 E. 
N.E.bTE. 


1 


<r* 


E.M8. 


i 




i 


8.W 


as. 


jf 


S.S,E.!4E. 


no 


s. aw. 


«- 




Slick. 

w. as. 




IW.birW.aW 


a.w 


as^ 


1 


s. aw. 

8.W. ii S. 


1-16 


S.W.birW. 




w.as. 


W.S.W. a w. 


B.W 


as. 




S.W.1* w. 


i-6{ 




5 


w. as. 




w.wa. 




B.W 


as. 




W.S.W. 


1*0 


W.S.W, 





COMP.<U{TMENT VIIL 

Ik«tweea the month of the Thameg and the coast of the Netherlands gouth of 51° 

N. la^tade. 







W^of.= E. 


B.tw,™..»hd 


'■E. 


EKtof3''E. 












1 




1 






Coi™. 


a 


CouriB. 


Coune. 




y 


r« 


N.E-aE. 


^ 


E.N J^ a E. 


a 


N.E.bjE.«E 






N.E. a E- 


s 


E.N.E. 




K.E.I,rE. 


!^ 






N.E. 




3S 










VJE.btB.iAS. 




N.E.)iE. 


N.E. a E. 










N.E. a E. 

S.E. a E. 
s-w.as. 


1 


N.E. a E. 

s.w.bjw.aw 


ll 

¥ 

1- 


V.K.E. a E. 
W,B.W. 


i 

s- 


sunn f.»m a» Gctchlc 


pi 


S.W. 

B.-W. 
B.W. 


§ 


8.W, a w. 
a.w. 




S.W. a w. 
s-w. a w. 
S.W. n w. 






'-L. 


8.w.aa. 


^ 


s.w. 


1 


a.w. a w. 


^ 





COMPAIiTUEKT DC 
in Ute latitode 51° and 53° N. and the English Coast ag far as 1° E. loDgitudv. 



Mil 



raklDgtb* 
ipediillni 



I, eicgpt tiau to the buikf, foi vl 



140 



TIDAL STREAMS 



COMPABTMENT IX.— confcnucA 







Shipwash Light 
Vessel. 


Stanford Light 
Vessel. 


St. Nicholas Gat 
Light Vessel. 


Cockle Light 
Vessel. 


Ncwarp Light 
Vessel. 


Ha 


Hours. 


Course. 




Course. 


• 

• 




Course. 


• 

1 


Course. 


i 
S 


Course. 
N. V4 W. 


1 




• 


'l 


E.N.R Vi £. 




N.E. )i N. 


N.%E. 


N.N.E. 




N. 




3 


E.N.E. Vi E. 




N.E. 9ft N. 




' N. Vi E. 




N.N.E. 




N. V4 W. 




N.l 


.sro 


3 


E.N.E. )4 E. 




N.E. % N. 




N. %E. 




N.N.E. 




N. 1/4 W. 




N. 


II 


4 


E.N.E. Vi E. 




■ N.E. ^ N. 




N. \4 W. 




N.N.E. 




N. Vh W. 




N. 


5 


N.E. by E. !i £. 




N.E. )ft E. 




N. % W. 




N.N.E. 




N. V4 W. 




N\ 


p 


.6 


N.E. 




Slack 




N. by W. 




S. Vi W. 

on the turn. 




N. V< E. 






II <3 


r^ 


S.W. )l W. 




S.W. \ S. 




S. %E. 




S. 1/4 W. 




S. V* E. 




S. 


■31 


4 


S.W. by W. Vi W. 




S.W. \ S. 




S. VIE. 




s. v* w. 




S. Vi E. 




s. 


§? 


3 


S.W.byW. Vb W. 




S.W. M S. 




S. 3^ W. 




s. v< w. 




S. V< E. 




s. 


t\ 


3 


S.W. by W. ^ W. 




&W. by S. 




8. ?4 W. 




s. »/< W. 




S. V* E. 






K 


J 


S.W. by W. )4 W. 




S.S.W. \ W. 




S.byW.]iiW. 




s. V* w. 




S. V« E. 







COMPARTMENT X, 
Between the latitude 52® and 53® N. and longitude 2° to 3° E. 



Hours. 



J3 W 



a 

3 
4 
5 

.SP^ 4 

Sp 

2 -^3 

.0 « 
Vo ** 

4> « 



a 
LI 



s.w. 

Quarter. 


• 




N.E. H N. 


N.E. Vi N. 


• 

1 


N.E. % N. 


1 


N.E. 
N.E. )4 N. 
N.E. 94 N. 


■ 
* 

60 

0. 


S.W. H s. 

s.w. 


1 

m 


S.W. tt s. 
S.W. 


Si 

n 


S.W. )^ w. 





S.E. 


• 


Quarter. 


N.E. 




N.E. 


J4N. 


• 

5 


N.E. 


%E. 





N.E. 


%N. 


M 


V£. 


%N. 


•• 

to 

c 


N.E. 


M N. 


1 


S.W. 


»l w. 




S.W. 


!4S. 


1 


S.W. 


^iS. 


1 


S.W. 


«8. 





S.w 


■VfcS. 





N.E. 
Quarter. 


5i 

• 


N.E. %V.' 


N.E. )l N. 


c 


N.N.E. ^ E. 
N.E. li E. 




• • 


N.E. }A N. 
N.E. by N. 


Is 

« 4) 

T 

c 
•n 

& 


South. 


S.byW.kW. 


s 


S.S.W. ^ W. 
S.W. )4 S. 




1. 





N.W. 


S 


Quarter. 




N. by W. 


N. ViE. 




c 


N.N.E. )4 E. 


M 




??8 


N. % W. 






■g 


N. V6 W. 






«3 


N.N.E. \k E. 






bo 


S. )& W. 


c 
C 




a. 


S. % W. 


(« 




ii' 


S. by W. 


4-» 


S.S.W. 


C9 







S.byW.^W. 


b 





Kema 



*Tur 
sharply 
the lA 
and C 



COMPARTMENT XI. 
Between the latitude 52° and 53° N. and longitude 3° to 4® E. 



Hours. 






hi < 









S.W. 
Quarter. 



N.E. 

N.E. 

N.E. 
N.E. >4 N. 
N.E. U N. 
N.E. U N. 
S.W. iA S 
S.W. Vi S. 
S.W. Vi S. 
S.W. J4 S. 
S.W. 14 S. 



S 



a 

o 
c 

M 

8 



c 



S 



2 
o 



S.E. 
Quarter. 


i 


Slack. 


N.E. 




N.E. 
NE. 




c 

. 


N.E. U N. 
N.E. 14 N. 
S.W. % S. 


c 


S.W. Vi S. 


S.W. % W. 
S.W. )ft W. 




S.W. Vi w. 





N.E. 
Quarter. 



N.E. % N. 

N.E. 

N.E. 
N.E. U E. 
N.E. yk N. 
N.E. 14 N. 
S. by E. 16 E. 
S.S.W. 
S.W. }i S. 
S.W. Jii S. 
S.W. Vi S. 



(2 



c 
c 
.lit 



o 



8 



O A 
OX) 



60 

c 

•c 

ee 



o 



N.W. 


s 


Quarter. 


c2 


N.E. J4 N. 






«ft 


N.E. 14 N. 







jrf 


N.E. 


/■•*•» 




a8 


N.E. 


-1 « 




"2 ^ 


N.E. 14 N. 


o.a 

OJD 
tr: Ai 


N.E. 14 N. 


•s 


S.S.E. % E. 


.1 




& 


South. 


cT 


S.W. J4 S. 


2 




M 


S.W. }4 S. 


1 


S.W. 34 S. 






Il£MA 



Stream t 

round 

south>W( 



IN THE NORTH SEA. 



Ill 



COMPARTMENT XH. 



the latitude 52^ and 53° N. and from longitude 4° E. to the Coast of the 

Netherlands. 



Hours. 




Hi 



SCreun nmi 
DorthwanL 



Streunnins 
southward. 



KsMAmij. 



The fltream ukei the direction of the Und, except dote to the liankv, 
' for which special instructions are necessary. 



J 



COMPARTilENT XIII. 
Between the latitude 53® and 54° N. and from longitude 1° to 3° E. 



,ur». I S.W. Quarter. 



I 3 

J' 

I 4 



5 

4 



N.X.W. XW. 
N.W. )4 N. 
K.X.W. Ji W. 
N.N.Mr. )4 W. 
N.N.W. \ W. 

S.S.E. )& B. 
S.S.E. % E. 
S.S.E. }4 E. 

S.b]r E. 
S.S.E.HE. 



it 
2 



S.E. Quarter. 



I 

. • 

Is 






« 

I 
I 

8 

O 



N. by W. H W. 

N.byW. VlW. 

N. ViE. 

N. VtE. 

N. H E. 

N.N.E. Vk E. 

S^ E. )i E. 

S*S«K. ^ E. 

8. by E. 

8. Vi E. 

8. by W. 



^ 
& 



c 
B 



o •^ 

Is 

«3 C* 



e 

•c 

hi 

I 

8 



N.E. Quarter. 



N.N.W. tt W. 

North. 
N. by E. 

N.N.E. 

S.E. 

S.E. Vi S. 

& «lE. 

South. 

S. 9i W. 

South. 



N.W. Quarter. 



Leman and Oner 
Light Veuel. 



Course. 






N. ,4 w. 

N. MW. 

N. by W. J4 W 

N.W. Ji \V. 

S.byW.UW. 

S. ^ £. 

S. ^ E. 

S. by E. U E. 

S.S.E. M E. 

E.S.E. \ E. 

N.E. by N. 



N.byW.?4W. 

N.by W. \ W. 

N.N.W. 

N.N.W. 

N.N.W. 

Slack. 

S>S*c<. 

S>S<£. 

o*S.ri<. 

S>S-E. 

S.S.E. 



o 
c 

M 
P 

•r 

B 



S 

C 



IlRMARKS. 



COMPARTMENT XIV. 
Between the hititude 53° and 54^^ N. and 3° to 5° E. longitude. 



Ncnr the northpoiut 
of Smith'rt Knoll 
the rateit are, ftiKxt 
3*&, cbb3'oknot>. 



8. W. Quarter. 



t 

i a 



|4 
I 5 

w6 



W.N.W.JiW. 
N.N.W.J4W. 
N.byW.^W. 

K.by £.)&£. 

K.NX. % £. 



4 S.E. « S. 
J i « byB. 
a S-tjyW.HW, 
Lr I 8.W.Vk0. 



i 

S 



s 



8.E. Quarter. 



WJ5.W. \k W. 

W AW. Vi W. 

W.?4 8. 

N.N.W. 

N.E. ^ N. 

N.E.by£.)^ E. 

E.N.E. Vi E. 
£.N.E.)4E. 
■AW.ilW. 

S.W.bjS. 

8.W. H 8. 



it 



3 

o 
e 



V) O 
•O O 



•8.0 

«3 «; 






It 



N.B. Quarter. 



W.?4 8. 

West. 

West. 

N.N.W. V6 W. 

N.E. V& N. 

E.|iN. 

E. by 8. 

E.8.E. )( £. 

8X.y E. 

8X. ViS. 

8. )&E. 



2 



2 

o 

B 



S8 

O "H 



1^ 

« 
hi 






N.W. Quarter. 



S.W. by W. 
N.W.byW.JiW. 

N.W. M N. 
N.byW.V* W. 

N.E. by N. 
E,by N. 

S.E. by E. 
SX. )fe E. 

South. 
8.W. % 8. 
8.W. \k 8. 



^ 



3 

o 

B 

«7 



«?' 



C Ss 

Si 



RXMABKS. 



In the north-eastern qu.nrtcr of 
this compartment the HcIko- 
land stream Joins the Cliannrl 
stream on the iallini; water at 
Dover, and the streams split on 
the rising water at Dover, and 
a vessel to the northward «f 
55*30 on the rising tide will Iw 
set down towonls Helgoland. 



SpUttiDf on Ttxel Island. 



142 



TIDAL STREAMS 



COMPABTMENT XV. 
Between the latitude 53^ and 54^ K. and westward of longitude i^ £. 







Course. 


i 


Spurn Light Veuel. 


Dudgeon Light Vettel. 


Houn. 




Si 




• 






Course. 


•9 


Course. 




• 
U 


" X 


N. !iE. 


• 




E.N.E. 


• 


N. by W. V6 W. 


• 

3 


»l 


a 


N.N.W. yi W. 


B 


S.W. by 8. 


5 


N.N.W. 


§ 


sa 


3 


- . ^ 


«« 


S.W. V6 s. 




N.W. % N. 




Is 


4 


s.w. 


10 *» 

• • 


S.W. 


• 


W.!4S. 


« 


"=1 


i 

.6 


8.W. % W. 
S.W. % & 


1^ 


8.W. 
8.W. 


•g 


S.W. % S. 
8. )4£. 


c 

"5 


(Before High 
Water, Dover. 


' S 

4 

3 

2 


8. %E. 

S. by E. )i E. 

8.S.W. u W. 

N. by E. )4 E. 


I* 


S.W. 

N.E. by E. 

N.E. by E. V6 E. 

E.N.E. 


s 




S.by£.!i£. 
. 8.S.& 
S.E. 
E.)6S. 


S- 

B 
2 

1 


, I 


N.N.E. Vi E. 


I- 


E.NJB. 


N.E. V6 N. 








COMPABTMENT XVL 
On the parallel of 54° N. 







i«»B. 


a°E. 


3*»E. 


4**E. 


Hours. 


Course. 


1 


Coiurse. 


1 


Course. 


• 

& 


Course. 


• 

S 

K 


• 


J- 


N.byW. J6 W. 


N.N.W. yk w. 




N.W. ^ W. 




N.W.byW. ?IW. 




«5 




N. by W. Ji W. 




N.W. U N. 




N.W.byW.H W. 




W.N.W. )4 W. 




3a. 


•* 


N.W. by N. 




N.W. U W. 




N.W.byW.ViW. 




iW.byN. 




After 
Water, 




S.«E. 




W.N.W. J4 W. 




N.W.?4N. 




N.HW. 






S.ttE. 




w.^s. 




N. by W. 




NX. )i N. . 




>•'' 


S.S.E. 




S.by£. 




E.byN. 




£.byN. 




^i 




8.E. V6 8. 




0«l>i* ^ 0» 




EJ3.E. % E. 




E.HN. 




eftxreHig 
ater, Dov 




S.E. by E. 




S.B. )4 E. 




E.S.E.)iE. 




E.«8. 






E.)4S. 




S.E. % E. 




E.S.E.)i E. 




E.byS. 






NJB. Vi N. 




S.E.byE.ViE. 




E.S.E. 




S.E. 




«^ 


•* 


N.byE.ViE. 




E.N.E. % E. 




S. H W. 




S.byE.)iE. 






5<»B. 


6»E. 


^'^E. 


8«E. 




Hours. 


Course. 


i 


Course. 


i 


Course. 


• 


Course. 


m 

ee 


High 
Dover, 


"1 


N.W.byW.fiW. 




W.byN. 




West 




E.N.E. li E. 




2 
3 


N.W. by W. 
W.N.^V . 


i 


W.N.W. 
W.N.W. 

• 


i 


W.N.W. 

W.N.W. 




N.E. )^ E. 
N.W. 


m 

g 


After 
Water, 


4 
i 


W.N.^V* 
W.N.W. 


M 


W. by N. 
W.N.W. 


s 

M 


WN.W. 
W.N.W. 




W.N.W. 
N.W. by W. 


1 


.6 


Vr.N.W* 


s 


W.N.W. 


s 


W.N.W. HW. 




w.«s. 


V 

•S.S 


5 


£J}.£.)ft E. 


1 


SJB.byE.)^E. 


1 


8.S.B. H B. 




W. by 8. 





11" 


4 


8 JS. by E. Mb E. 


S.E. by E* }i E. 


S.E. by E. }^ B. 




8.8. W. 14 W. 


5 


&E.HE. ' 


EJ3.E. \k E. 


t4 




8.E. by E. )^ E. 




8.I&B. 


9 


8JS.)(£. 




E.8.E. H £• 




S.E. by E. }i E. 




8.B* by E. 




«^ 


J 


8.E.byE.)^E. 




E,S.E. K £• 




S.B. by £. )^ E. 




£.N.E.;)| B. 





About the meridian of 8^ E. the influence of the Elbe and Weser 
causes the stream to run nearly two hours to the north-eastward on the 
falling tide after it has turned westward in other parts^ and on the rising 
tide to run two hours to the westward after the stream has turned east- 
ward in a more westerly meridian* 



IN THE NORTH SEA. 



COMPAETMBNT XVIL 
Od the parallel of 55° N. 





o'E. 


.'K 


.^E. 


j^K. 




noun. 


Coun. 


1 


CaiuH. 


1 


c..„. 


1 


C„u«.. 


1 


c™. 


1 


■ , 


K.N.W. 




Slick. 




N.N.E. 


1 


w.«s. 




N.W. » N. 


^ 


i.-j' 


S.bTW.J(W, 


K 


9.W, M W. 


s 


w.s.w. 


W. Jj N. 


1 


N.W, % W. 




IbiB. 


iW 


8.S.W.XW. 




W.S,W.J(W 




W-liN. 






|si« 


8. KB. 




LbrW.jiW. 


II 


a.w.t.,w. 


P 


N.W.bjW. 


ii 


N.W. X W. 


Si 


<-:U 


9.JfE. 


« 


s.b,w.i,w 


. S.«E. 


8.W.bjW.>iW 


H 


Weit. 






B.XB. 


K 


B. 1* W. 


a.byE.«K. 


is 


B.brE. 


8,S.E. H E. 


s£ 




S.E. J4 S, 




e.«E. 


P 


E.8.K, X E. 


fl 


S-JiE. 


^1 


S,E.b,E.«E. 


il 


="eU 


N.N.E-yE. 


K 


E.N.E.J(K. 


E.kS. 


S.E.bfE. 


a.E.bjE.*-E. 




N-K W. 




N.bjE.)iE. 


J 


E. bjr N. 


E.&rs. 


1 


E.lfS. 


i 


^s*. 


!f.«W, 








K.WN, 




E.b,S. 




E.«N. 




N.« W. 


« 


N.b,E.«E. 




N.E. by E. 




S.E.b,V. 




N.bjE.vE. 








S^B. 


b°E. 


... 


g°E. 


Uou 






















Co«r«. 


1 


Caune. 


i 


COUIK. 


i 


CDU«. 


1 




sS 


r"' 


N.W. 




W.XN. 


. 


W.N.W. J(W. 




N.bjW.HW. 




■ 


W.N.W.KW 


1 


W.N.W. 


^ 


W.N,W.J4W. 


s 


.V.bTW.«W. 


J 






W.N.W. « V 


N.W.l.,W.«W. 




N.W.bTW.K«' 


N.W. X N. 


*l 


* 


s.w.brW.jKW 

W-KN. 


|i 


W.N.W. KW. 
W.N.W. JiW. 


li 


W.N.W.KW. 
W. bj N. 


u 


NJ.-.W. « W. 
N.W. 


« 




'-" 


Tuntfog. 


^1^ 


N.W.byW.!4W. 


SJ 


W.14 3. 


si 




is 


HI 


"^ 


B.S.E. {( E. 


f 


BE. K B- 

B.E.bjS. 


Jl 


S.W. u w. 
a. ME. 


£l 


w.j^s. 

S.b>W.sW. 


Si 
1 


Isl 




EAE. K E. 












EAE. « E. 


i 






s.E.b,a. 










E-JfS. 








S.B.bjB. 




S.b,E.ME. 





COHFABTM£NI XTIU. 
Oiithepa»lIelofs6°N. 



I 





i«E. 


•■■B. 


j'E. 


4'E. . 




COUCN. 


J 


Coum. 


1 


Couiw. 


1 


Cottne. 


1 


p. 


M.N.E. M E. 




S]«k. 


1 


N.W. It W. 




N.yE. 


? 








S.W. % V. 


W.N.W. 


B 




.a 


«.|fW. 


« 


I.W. k w. 




N.W. « N. 










B-Ki:. 


t? 


W.byS. 


t^ 


N.W. 


1 


NX.KE. 




.s 


■■KE. 


8.XE. 


N.bxW.JKW 


S.EbiE.J(E. 






«.««. 


-sJ^ 


iKtE. 


!J 


N.JiW. 


E.*S.; 


S^ 


-X 


ax.bTK.«E. 


P 


E.b7 8. 


r 


N-bjE-^E. 


¥ 


E-HN. 


SI 




WAb7K.KR 


E.lfJL«E. 


N.E. « E. 






HAjKX. 


I 


B.ir.E. 


EHt. 




N.E.b7E.ME. 






N.&IVN. 


1 


1I.K.1WE.IKE. 


N.E.b,E. 




E.N.E.j(E. 




J^ 


ir.>-MX. 




X^brK 




Kerth. 




N.E.blE.!(E 


" 



144 



TIDAL STREAMS 



COMPARTMENT XVm.— contfniteA 







5«»E. 


6*»E. 


^oE. 


8«»E. 


Hours. 




















Cotuie. 


1 


Courte. 


1 


Course. 


1 


CoursCb 


1 


cf^ 


Turning. 


« 


SUck. 




E.N.E. J^ E. 


4>» 


N.E.%£. 


A* 




a 
3 


W.J^S. 
N.W. H N. 


c 

M 

at 


N.N.W. 
N.N.W. 


J3 


N.E. by N. 

N.JiE. 


.5 


N.HE. 
N. k W. 


M 


IS" 




N. by W. \ W. 


l« 


N. by W. \ W. 


N 


N. J^ W. 




N. by w. 


&1 


^1 




N.N.E. % E. 
N.E.y E. 

EJ^.E.)iE. 


US 
2i 


N.VW. 

N.N. E. 

N.E. by E. K £• 


•5*3 

II 


N.«W. 
N. by W. 

N. by W. 


U 


N.by W. 
N. by W. 

N.N. W. }i W. 


m n 






N.E. by E. 11 E. 




E.N.E. J^ E. 


i^ 


N.E. n( E. 


^* 


N.byE. 






E.N.E. % E. 


s 


E. K N. 


1 


E.*S. 


1 


8. by W. 


s 




k* 


East 
E.J^N. 


1 


E. !iS. 
E. by S. 


E.J^S. 
S.E. y E. 




S.W.S. 
S.W. % W. 





COMPARTMENT XIX. 
On the parallel of sf N. 





a'^W. 


i^W. 





Hours. 




















Course. 


1 




Course. 


S 




Course. 






I S. W. by S. 
1 S. W. by S. 


1 


S. by W. V W. 
S.W. M s. 


«2 


S. by W. V W. 
S.S.W. 


3 


J 8. W. J,' W. 


t 




S.W. 


4.* 
IS 




S. by W. 


OS 




♦ N. H W. 


5 


W.S.W. }i W. 


3 




1 


5. by W. 







S Slack. 


^ 




Slack. 


s 




S. H E. 


5i 


.( 


5 N.N.E. M r. 




N. by E. H E. 


•:3 




Slack. 


^3 


2 .'. 


5 N.E. \ N. 
J N.E. 
J N.E. by N. 


5*' 

M 

•1 


N.N.K. 

N.N.E. 

N.N.E. h E. 



2 

s 
s 


N.N.R. % E. 

N. by E. 
N. by E. ?r E. 


2.S 

w 




Befo 
Watei 


a N.E. by N. 

I South. 


o 

M 

o 


N.E. .»i X. 


2 




N.N.E. H E. 
N. by E. \ E. 


c 




i^E. 


a<»E. 


30E. 


4'*E. 


Hours. 




• 




• 




« 








Course. 




Course. 




Course. 


1 


Course. 


ec 


'i 


S.S.W. ^ w. 




N. by E. ^ E. 




S.S.£. 71 £• 




S.W. H W. 




2qj3 


S.W. X S. 

S.8.W. X W. 

S.W. H S. 


3 

1 

O 


S.?rE. 

&by E. 

S.E. by S. 


3 

1 

O 


South. 
8. by W. i< W. 
S.W.byW.?<W. 





N.W.byW..»<W 

W.N.W. 
N. by W. H W 


• 3 

« 



<,« 5 


Slack. 


5i 


E. by S. 


e 


Slack. 


5* 


N. by W. 


5o 




N.E. W E. 

N.E. H E. 

N.E.byE. 
E.N.E. U K. 
E.N.R. Vf E. 


1 


E. 9< N. 

E. «N. 
E. by N. 

East. 

Ea«t. 


i 


Slack. 

Turning. 
N.E. by N. 
N.E. ^ E. 

E. by N. 


--2 

iJ-3 
S 

1 




N. by E. 

N.N.E. 14 E. 

N.E. h' N. 

N.E. by E. H E. 

E.N.E. 


2.S 

■» 

S 




Slack. 


^^MH 


S. .\ E. 


^^■^ 


S.E. by E. ^ E. 




E. «S. 





IN THE NORTH SEA. 



145 



COMPABTMENT XIX.— continued. 







S'E. 


6«E. 


7«»E. 


8<»E. 


Hours. 




• 




• 




. 




• 




Coune. 


1 


Course. 


1 


Course. 


1 


Course. 


1 


^ 


r, 


N. by E. .S E. 


1 


S. by E. 


«M 


E.N.E. 


!S 


S.S.E. 




si 




N.E. by N. 


South. 


1 


E.N.E. H E. 


^ 


Slack. 




sa , 




S.W. 


test rate i/s knot abou 
tide. 


S. by W. 


9 


E.N.B. 


9 


N.E. by N. 




'4 




N.N.W. 

N.SrW. 


N.N.E. 
North. 


1 

O 


E.N.E. 
E.N.E. 


1 

o 


N.E. ^ N. 
North. 


o 
e 

M 




N. by E. )< E. 
N.E. 


North. 
N. by E. 




N.N.E. 
N.E. ^ E. 




N. by E. 
N.E. H E. 


• 

o 


8^1 




N.E. 
N.E. V E. 


N.N.E. H E. 
N.E. H £. 


1 


N.E. by N. 
N.E. 


s 


N.N.E. y E. 
N.E. by E. « E. 


M 


II 




E.3^N. 


8 


E. by N. 


S 


N.E. 


tm 


N.E. by E. V E. 




«^ 




: East. 


O 


E. by N. 


o 


N.E. 


« 


E.N.E. H E. 





COMPARTMENT XX. 

On the parallel of 58° N. 







3*»W. 


a°W. 


x^W. 





Hours. 


















Course. 


1 


Course. 


Si 

S 


Course. 


1 


Course. 


• 




I 


{South. 
S.E. X S. 


1 

J3 


S.E. 
S.E. 


5 


S.S.W. 


3 

ua 






SQ 

Is 




East. 


9 


S. KE. 


9 


S.S. w. 


9 








£. by S. 


1 


S.E. 9( S. 


Slack. 


^ 


V 




^i 




Slack. 


1 


Slack. 


1 


N.N.W. 9i W 


• 1 








S.W. 


-*3 


N. by W. 




N.N.E. 


h 




• 


'in 


W. jtfN. 


• 


N.W. H W. 


i{ 


N.N.E. V E. 


V 








W.N.W. X W. 
N.W.byW.XW. 




N.W. 

N.W. by N. 


S 
1 


N.E. 
N.E. X E. 


J 

s 








|3 ' 


W. by N. 
W. 5^ N. : 


J 


W. ><N. 
S. XE. 


3 




S.S.E. 3^ £• 
S.S.E. )i E. 






«y 


i°E. 


a°E. 


3'B. 


noun. 


















Course. 


1 


Course. 


1 


( 


Course. 


<3 


• 


•_ 


S.W. 


J3 


S.W. 


«M 


S 


l.byB. 




§1 




West. 


"a 


VV.S. tV. 


• 


i 


5. KE. 




a5 




Slack. 


9 


W.N.W. H W. 


■s 


S 


wK W. 




^1 




Slack. 


1 


N.W. J< N. 


11 


1 


S.S.W. 






N.N.E. 







N. H E. 


1 


S 


. y w. 








N.N.E. 


i4 


N. by E.: 


-« 


£ 


:.byN. 








:«a 




aw 








1 
II" 


■5 

4 
S 


N.N.E. 

N.N.E. 
N. by E. y E. 


1 


N.byE. 

N. by E. Ji E. 

N. by E. 


1 


] 

] 

E 


E.N.E. 
Ci.N.E. 
LbyN. 


• 


t 


Turning. 


§ 


N.E. H E. 


8 


E.S 


>.E. U E. 




■^ 


J 


W.byN.54N. 





S.E. 





S. 


E.by£. 





146 



TIDAL STREAMS. 



COMPARTMENT XXI. 
On the pandlel of sg"" N. 



Hours. 



^1 

^1 



i2^ 



I 

a 

3 

4 

5 

L6 

5 

4 

3 

a 



a*W. 



Coune. 



S.W. by S. 
8. by W. X" W. 

s.jrw. 

S.W. by W. V4 W. 

W.byN. 

N.W. )» W. 

N.N.W. J^ W. 

N.W. ii N. 

W.N.W. 

S.W.byW.HW. 

S.W. k W. 



5 



1 

9 

I 



Z-5 I 

I 

o 



Coune. 



S.8.W. )i W. 

S.W. by 8. 

8.W. by S. 

Slack. 

Slack. 

N. JVE. 

N.N.W. 

N.W. by N. 

S.W. by W. Ji W. 

S.W. 9( S. 



Coune. 



W.8.W. 
W.S.W. f( W. 

N. by E. H E. 

N.E. 

N.E.)^E. 

V.E.byB. 

N.E. by E. 

E.byN. 

8.E.)^E. 

S.S.W. H W. 



PS 



9 

1! 

I 



All the foregoing bearings are magnetic 



TIME 



OP 



HIGH WATER ON FULL AND CHANGE DAYS; 

WITH THE BI8E OF THE TIDE 

AT SPRINGS AND NEAPS. 



A^dmiralty Charts. Alldridge, Barnett, Bate, Bayfield, Beaofort, Becher, Bedford, 
"^^chey, Belcher, Biddlecomhe, Blackwood, Boteler, Bullock, Burdwood, Calver, Church, 
'Olliaton, Cox, Daymaii, Denham, Dmry, Edye, Eyans, Fitz-Boy, Flmders, Frazer, Hewett, 
'<^*kyii, Kellett, King, Lawrance, Lord, Mackenzie, Mooney, M'Dougall, Madge, Orlehar, 
^^^ff Owen, Parry, Baper, Bichards, Bohinson, Roe, R068, Sheringham, Shortland, Skead« 
*^<«r» Spence, Stanley, Stanton, Stokes, SaUnin, Thomas, Yidal, Ward, Washington, 
^^>>te« Wickham, WilHams, Wolfb, Wood, and Yule, of the Royal Nayy ; and Blair, 
onstable, Haines, Horshurgh, Moreshy, Rohiosoo, Ross, Stiffe, Wales, and Ward, of the 
^^t^ NaTy. Maclear, HJM. Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope. 

I^iloce Fran9ais. Beantemps-Beaupre, Begat, Bougainyille, Chazallon, D'Entrecasteauxt 
^I'^'iile, Duperrey, Givry, La P^ronse, and Boussln of the French Navy. 

^Uingshansen, Kmsenstem, Usiansky, and Liitke of the Russian Nayy. 

, MelyiUe, Smits, Swart, and Van Rhyn of the Dutch Nayy. 

t, Lowenom, and Zahrtmann of the Danish and Swedish Nayies. 



Malaspina, and Tofino of the Spanish Nayy. 
'* 8. Coast Soryey under Professor A. D. Bache. Maury and Wilkes of the U. S. Nayy 



INDEX. 



Africa, South and East Coasta 

West Coast 

America, Central, West Coast 

North West Coast 

(North), East Coast 

(South), East Coast 

-(South), West Coast 



Arabia, South East Coast 

Arctic Regions 

Australia 

Babuyan Islands 

Bahamas 

Baly . - - 

Banka Strait . - - 

Banks land - - - 

Barrow Strait 

Bass Strait - - . 

Bengal, Bay of . - 

Bermudas 

Bolivia - - - - 

Bonin Islands 

California - - 

Cape Breton Island 

Caribbean Sea 

Celebes - - - - 

Ceylon - - - 

Chile - - - - 

Chiloe Archipelago 

China Sea 

Chonos Archipelago 

Durian Strait 

Ecuador - - - 

England, East Coast 

South and West Coasts - 

Europe, North Coast 

West Coast 

Fasroe Islands 

Falkland Islands 

Eilipinas 

Elores Sea - - « 

France, North Coast 

Fundy, Bay of - 

Galapagos Islands 

Caspar Strait 

Greenland, Wert Coast 

Ilindoostan, West Coast 

Hudson Bay and Strait 

Iceland - - - 

Indian Ocean, Islands 

Ireland, South and East Coasts 

West, North, and East Coasts 



Page I 

- 163 

- 156 
. 174 

- 175 
. 159 

- 157 

- 172 

- 164 

- 162 
170, 171 

- 167 

- 158 

- 166 

- 166 

- 163 

- 163 

- 171 

- 165 

- 158 

- 173 

- 167 

- 174 

- 161 
. 158 

- 166 

- 164 

- 173 

- 173 

- 167 

- 173 

- 166 

- 174 

- 152 
149, 150 

- 155 

- 156 

- 155 

- 157 

- 167 

- 166 

- 154 

- 160 

- 174 

- 166 

- 162 

- 164 

- 162 

- 155 

- 165 

- 153 
153, 154 






Japan Sea . . - 

Java . - - - 

Java Sea - - - 

Juan de Faca Strait 

Kamchatka . . • 

Labrador - - - 

Lapland . - - 

Lawrence, St, Gulf 

Lombock - - - 

Loo Choo Islands 

Madagascar 

Magellan Strait 

Malacca Strait 

Melville Island 

Mexico, Gulf . - - 

West Coast 

Moluccas - - - 

New Brunswick 

Granada 

Zealand 

Newfoundland 

North Sea, East Coast 

Nova Scotia 

Nova Zembla 

Oregon 

Orkneys - - - 

Pacific North, Islands 

South, „ 

Patagonia, East Coast 

West Coast 

Persian Gulf 

Peru - - - 

Prince Edward Island 

Red Sea - - 

Scotland, East and West Coasts 

Shetland Isles 

Spitzbergen 

Sumatra - - - 

Sumba or Sandelhont 

Sumbawa 

Tartary,,Gulf 

Tasmania . • . 

Tierra del Fuego 

Timor _ - - 

Torres Strait 

United States 

Vancouver Island 

Vcragua 

Wales, South and West Coasts 

White Sea 

Yellow Sea 



- 169 



. 16& 

- I6& 
-174 

- W 
. 161 

- 15& 

- 161 
. 166 
. 167 
-163 
-172 

- 165,166 

- 165 
. 15» 
-174 

- 16fr 

- 161 

- 174 

- 169 

- 162 

- 154 

- 160, 161 

- 155 
. 174 

- lU 

- 17« 
. 17J 
-. 157 

- 173 

- 164 

- 173 

- 161 

- 163 
- 150, 151 

- 151 

- 155 
• US 
. 1C€ 

- 16» 

- 161 

- I7t 
. 17t 

- 171 
- 159, M 

. M 
. 174i 

- 1 
. 1 







As it If dnsirable that the following list should be made accurate and compUie, it i» 
tfiat corrections and additions befoncarded to the Secretary of the Admiral^, 






TIME 



HIGH WATER ON FULL AND CHANGE DAYS 

AT THE PRINCIPAL PLACES ON THE OLOBE ^ 

INGED ACCORDING TO THE APPAKEST PE00BES5 OF THE TIDE IVAVE , 
trah t/ie Rise of the Tide nt Springe and Neaps.' 



query, Una ?, ii placed after the Time of High Water and tbe Rise, it indicates that what are 






giT 


en are approiimaliOM.) 










Hign 


B 


K. 




Eigh 


Hise. j 




Water. 
Full and 






rinw. 


Water. 

Full and 






Place. 












Chanss- 


Sprioe.. 


Neap,. 




Change. 


Spring*. 


Neapg. 


Engia 


ad, Soulh 


■•<««(. 




Cheiillon 


fa. m. 


ft. 

10{ 


ft. 




h. m 


ft. 




Purtlund Break water 


7 1 


Gl 


4i 


IU.(St.Agnes) 


4 30 




12 










QtCSLMnrj') 
inee • 


4 ST 
* 30 


16 


12 

12* 


I'oole 


iia 45 

r 9 

111 30 


6i 


*l 


d - 

riA - - 


5 


i? 


i;i 


Christehureh 
Needles Toinl - 


6 


5 


onth - 


t 57 




IS 










Tnirol 

i-nQoaj)./ 


S S 


10 




Hurst, Camber - 


13 


n 


^ 


«i«j - - 


5 * 


15i 


12 




\ia 


7 


6* 


'Le-- : 


9 14 

s se 


15 
16 


li^ 


West Cones 


no 45 


121 


n 




5 37 


ISi 


Hi 


Calshot . 1 
(Castle Point) / 








JiportDk-Tard 


5 32 


ISi 


Hi 


11 30 


13 


H 


5 43 


15i 


11* 




f 10 30 

tia 45 

11 41 


13 


H 


A, R. Taraar 


S 45 


15 


11 


Portsmouth Dk .Yard 


lat 


10 




5 47 


1-tJ 


10 










wenham,. 


5 55 

6 6 
6 13 


134 


fl 


Chester (off the ■ 
CasUe) 
I'oru- 


11 4B 


13J 


101 


H«^ „ 


6 17 


6i 


1 


bridce(a imilc 


11 48 


ejt 


■♦t 


K.Tayy/ 


5 47 


I** 


lOi 


WofbridRe)-, 








7B.,R.YMtai 


S 47 

5 37 


16* 


llj 


Urn (inChan- 


11 48 


ni 


8i 


— B.Emie 

— R-Avoa 


S 40 
5 47 


\6i 

16i 


llf 


Bridge 








lad - - 


9 4.^ 


IS? 


11? 


11 Jl 


H 


*i 


Dbe 
mat 


5 41 


15 


lo* 


Bembridge Point - 




14 


lOi 


6 IG 






Chiebetler 


11 30 






taoalh 


6 
6 


13 


94 
10 


Pngham (entmnce) 
SdseaBill - 


11 30 


IC 




vth - ■ 


6 21 


12 
11 


8 


Littlehamplon . 


11 3G 


Rtff% 


6 21 
6 i 




Arundel (Bar) - 


11 33 







it Biie of tbe tide U meut Iti Tertical rise abore ibe 
Diagram, p«^ ti. 
t Above the bed of the lake. 



low water lerd of (priog-tidet. See 





High 


HW. 




High 


Km. 




Water, 

FnUand 






Place. 


WUer, 
FnUand 
















Change. 


Springs. 


Neap.. 




Change. 


Spring.. 


Na 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 


1 


(Town) - 


la 25 






New^y - - 


7 1 


la 








IS 


13i 


7 30 


IS 






II IS 


191 


16 


Aberj6t*jth - 


7 31 


13* 






11 51 


20 


16 


AberdoTey 


e D 


15 




lead - 


n ao 


20 


15 


Sarn-j-bwch Beef- 


7 40 


14 






10 S3 


24 


I'J 




7 41 


17 






U !0 


!2 


Sam Badrig 


730 


13 






10 45 


aij 


19 


Fort Madoe - 


7 30 


17 






11 7 


ao 


18* 


St. TudwaUBMd- 


7 45 


14 






II 12 


is; 


15 


Pwllheli 


7 46 


13) 






11 IS 


18 


la* 


Bardaey Id. 


7 40 


IS 






11 44 


15 


ia 


6 30 


16 














9 33 


13] 




England a 


ulWala, 


'ValOxu 


(. 


Holyhead - 
Arnl-ch - - 


10 11 
10 30 


16 
18? 




jura) J 


4 30 


IS 


12 


Beamnaiia - - 


iO 32 


21* 










CbeMer - 


10 30 


36 




"7) 1 


4 97 


16 


12 




II S3 


26 










Fonnby Point 


10 35 


28 




■□waU - 


4 35 


18? 


137 


Kibble LightLoiue 


10 SI 


24 






4 44 


21 


}«1 


PreaCon 


11 49 


10 






5 13 


"* 


* 


Fleetwood (WjreLl> 


11 11 


ar 






5 IS 




(.Fan.) 


11 13 


36i 






9 45 


23 


17 


Leneasier 


II 16 


8* 




land - 




27 


20 


PoiiUoQ-le-Sunds - 


11 26 


27t 




e(BM)- 


6 80 


19 


14 


Piel JIarbour (Ker) 


11 5 


28 




e (Bridge) 


6 SB 


10* 


n 


WhilehaTen 


11 14 


23* 






5 SB 


83 


»* 


Port Harrington - 


11 5 


26 




« 


ft 7 
6 49 


16 

27i 


IS 

2U 
2bI 


WoAingtoQ 
Marj-port - . 


II 4 
11 3 


SO 
IB 






6 30 


35 


Abbey Head 


11 10 


a3 




lerBar - 


6 50 


36 


a 




11 SO 


SB 




"cr 


6 64 
6 S4 


37 
37? 


Annan Pool 
Port Carlisle 


11 56 
la 10 


ao 

ao 




a 


7 16 


*»i 




Pobt of Ayr 


11 7 


20? 




jngKoed) 


6 56 

7 30 


44 

38 


33 


Dooglai,!. ofMan 
Ranuey 


11 la 

11 12 


2(H 
19* 






7 10 


34 


IS 


Peel 


u s 


16* 






6 59 


38 


29 


Calf Sound 


11 17 


18i 




lit 


6 S5 


33 


!5 


Port St Mary „ 


11 10 


ao 




hfe} 


6 I 


27i 


m 


Canletown 


11 10 


SO 




.1 - 


6 6 
6 Ifi 


il* 


l\' 


Scotia 


«1,WmC 


oatl. 


h«i(Bw) 


6 10 


26 


I9i 


Kirkcudbright - 


II 10 


23 




.od - 


6 


B4? 


16? 


Solway (Tarn Point) 


11 ss 


13 






6 


27 


20* 


Troon - " - 


11 so 


10 




Suf-} 






IB 


Man of Galloway - 


11 15 


15? 


1 








Port Patrick 


11 10 


15 




sDk.T»rt 


e 12 


21 


I Si 


Loch Ryan - - 


11 12 


11 




CwCe,! 
iddaiiR.; 


6 23 


20 


14i 


MuUofCantyre - 


10 35 


4 






11 45 


8* 




ping .. 


6 27 


20 


i4J 


Lamlaib - 


II 49 


10 




MilfMdl 


G 31 


19 


18* 


Ayr 
Ardrouaa - 


11 50 
II 45 


81 
10 




iw».: 


8 42 


U 


a* 


MiUport. Great 1 
Cnmbrae -) 
lug. - 








light. 1 


6 


SI 




11 SO 


10 




itmnd". 


e 


17 




Inyerary - 


la 


10 




i - - 


6 56 


11* 


84 


Oreenock - - 


8 


>( 






7 


13 


9 


PortGlaigow ■ 


is 


9 







Bish 


Kiw. 




High 


^ 


PllM, 


W«ier. 
Foil and 






PlMf. 


Water, 
FuUand 
















Chuige. 


Sprinei. 


Neap.. 




ChMge. 


Springs. 


Neaps. 




h. m. 


ft. 


n. 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




SO 


9 




VallBT. North Uist 


6 10 


n\ 


SI 


1 - 


39 


9 




Bwra. North Harb. 


S 48 




nc*) -J- 


1 15 


9 




Loch Maddy, 1 
North Uiat; 


e G 


..J 


91 




1 35 


9 


n 




G 6 


■=» 


9 


ng . 


la 6 


IS 




Bemeray, L ofHarru 


6 11 


13 


9 


Ml- 


18 6 


10 


G 


WeWLochTarbert „ 




n 


s 




11 55 


G 




East Loch Twbert 


6 10 


10 


k^Kjle.1 






" 


Obb of Harris - 


6 16 


114 


8i 








Loch Seoforth 1 






10 


H^ "- 


11 49 


10 








11 50 




6 


Loch Roag (Ber- 1 
nem)Lewi.I-| 








i«. Loch j 
mod 














9 98 


^ 


Loch EriBon,! 
UwUId. -1 


G 43 


IN 


"4 


«,W.y- 


5 


5 


4 


Loch CUy „ - 


G 9 


m 


^t 


t«iS » - 


4 SB 


e 


4 


Slornoway „ - 


6 46 


13! 


A 


olin Ferry 


4 41 


6 


*i 


St Kilda - 








Side - 


4 56 


3 


ai 


Rockall 


3 30 


IS 






4 49 


6-8 


4-5 


Cape Wralh- - 


7 30 


1S| 




^ - 


9 3 


llj 




Loch ToDgue 


7 53 


15 


12 


Soond . 


5 10 


10-12 




Loch EriboU 




::i 


11 




5 32 


13 


H 


Thur«> - - 


8 38 












Stroma, 8. side - 


9 47 


9 


'1 


pin 


9 9S 


isi 


H 


S'^om, E. Bide - 


10 a* 


10 


H 




6 15 


13 


9 


.. W.Bide - 


9 35 




7 


ofMuU- 


9 


12 


10 


Great Skerry. 1 

E.«de -/ 




8* 


6 


ine . 


5 33 


13J 


lOi 




wj „ - 


5 36 


13 


94 


„ W. side . 


10 53 








6 


15 


11 










ShWi 

l.orUaU/ 


9 S9 


113 


8 

e 

B 


Slromness 


OrhugM. 
9 


10 


H 


5 34 
9 38 

6 45 
5 50 


"i 


Westnegg • 
Kirkvatl - 


9 11 

10 9 


10 


\ 


iriut 


il 


9 


Deer Sound 
WidewaU - - 


10 30 
9 3 


10 
10 


;! 


oom^ - 


i»l 


10 


Otterswick 


9 13 


11 


s 


Cirroal 


6 29 
6 


181 


Hi 
11 


Sh 


td«Kd uiu 






'orridon . 


G SO 


15* 


11 


Bdia - 


9 45 


6 


^i 


Ihu.™g,n-] 
nngu 


G 20 
5 4T 


i:i 


101 
10 


Lerwick - 
liitUwick, or Uriel 

Firth - -/ 
Stalloway - 


10 30 
9 45 

9 30 


6 

e* 

Si 


4 
■•1 


].. L at\ 


« 7 


15i 


u 




9 45 






t) . . 








Fairlde - 




9 


3i 


;.lrf8kje 


9 90 
6 32 


14i 
16 


104 

10 










Uifort I 


6 44 

6 41 
G 16 


15 


n 


Scotia 


„d,E<utC 


aait. 




SXcKjl/j 


13* 


11 


Dimcanihy New - 
Wick - 


10 14 

11 SS 


10 


7 


U™"/ 


6 37 


H 


10^ 


Domock Bead - 


11 47 






Brooml 

■pool) .; 




IH 


10* 


Cronmrty - 


11 SB 


14 


11 




Inveme«(KeUochl 

Pier) . -J- 






»t 


Iwd-oote-i) 


6 39 


l*i 


10* 






1 Uud>l 

by) ■) 








Banff 


se 


]<4 


8 




laj 


H 


tVaierborgh 


D 40 


11 


Si 





High 


R 


se. 




High 


BiM. 


Place. 


Water, 
FuUand 






Place. 


Water, 
FnUand 
















Ch«.g. 


Spring.. 


Neap.. 




Change. 


Spring.. 


Seap 




h.m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 


PetCThad 


34 


lOi 


H 


Wlabeach Eye - 




20 




Aberdeen - - 


1 


IS 


10 


SntloD Bridge - 




IS 






1 10 




11 


Wiibeach 


7 30 


IS 




Montroee - 


1 as 


13 


10 


WellB Bar 


6 ao 


18 




Arbroath - 




14 


11 


Wella - - 


7 


13 




Tay RWer (Bar) - 


2 6 


16 


14 


Blakener Bar - 


6 30 


15 




Bronghty Feny - 


9 as 


Hi 




Blakeoey 




9 




Dondee - - 


a 33 


14i 


llj 


Cley - - 




51 




Perth 


3 3S 






Cromer 


7 


Mt 


11 


Cockenzie.Firth of 1 
Forth- 4 


2 IG 


ISJ 


13 


Leman Shoal - 


6 






0«er Shoal 


C 30 






Ldth „ . 


2 17 


16* 


laj 


Hammond Knoll - 


7 40 






GmrioD Pier „ • 


a ao 


16 


laj 


Winterton Ilidge - 


7 50 








a 2i 


16i 


Yarmonth Road - 


9 15 


E 




Qncemrferry „ - 


a ar 


18 


14* 


„ HsTeD,Brutb 




SI 


4j 




a S3 


17 


15 


., Bridge 




5 




ahm „ - 


3 18 


17 


15 


Lowesloit 


9 57 


6* 


H 


^■^ -■•: 


3 5B 

a B 


14 


*i 


UljtliRiTtr.Soulh 1 


10 ao 


61 


*\ 


Eyemomh - - 


2 15 


15? 


11? 


Aldboronjih - '- 


10 4S 


S? 


Hi 




S 18 


IS 


ui 


Kentiih Knock - 


11 15 


8 


n 


Engk. 


nd,EtutO 


TOit. 




Hollesley - 
(Jrford Haven Bar 


11 30 
11 30 


at 


it 


Holy lalaod Harb. 


2 SO 


15 


>U 


Orford Quay 


12 3(, 






2 30 


15 


ul 


„ ShHEliilen - 




7! 




CjqnetEoad - 


3 


141 




: SnaiSBridge 


3 


6 




Myth - 


3 15 


15 


11 


Woodbridge Haven 1 
Bar -]■ 








TjDE Itiver(Bsr) 


3 ao 


Mi 










„ NotlhShieidsl 
(LowH.H«e.) / 


3 as 


13* 


10 


„ KioBttonQoay 
„ WilfordBridge 


12 3S 

la as 


10 

7 




„ Howden - 




la 




Harwich Harbour 


IS 6 


111 


9i 


„ Walker - 




101 




Tl.e Naae 


la 6 


lai 


10 


„ NewcanLe - 


4 a3 


10 




Orivell HiTer,Pin- 1 
miU . 








Snnderlaad 


3 as 


14 










Seaham - - 


3 a* 


14 


101 


„ Doirnham 
Heach - 








Hartlepool 


3 aB 


15 






IS 




Teti Rirer, Bar - 




IB 




„ Bi*er, 

Ipswich . 










3 S5 


13 




12 35 


131 




„ Stockton - 


4 40 






Stour HiTcr, 
Wnibncsa 








Whitby 


3 45 


15 


111 


12 29 


13 




Scarborough 


4 11 


ISJ 


- isi 


„ MistUjQnay 


12 48 


113 




FUey Hoy 


4 SO 


16 


lai 


„ Cattawade 








Flamborough Head 


4 30 


16 


12 


Bridge - 


1 B 


*i 




Bridlington 


4 39 


16 


lit 


ColneRiTer.Colne 
Point 
„ Wivenboe - 








Hnmber River, 1 
Spurn Point ./ 










14 




5 26 


18i 


15 


ia 10 


15 




„ Grimsby • 
„ KiUingfiolice 




19^ 


15 


KlocUi:o(crltiver,l 
Scales Point -/ 








6 2 


m 


15J 


la 


14} 




„ Hull 


C 29 


aoi 


Ifii 


„ Htybridpo - 


ia 20 


12 




Hnmber Odm 
Rirtr, Goote 


7 44 


14 




Chdnifr Kivcr, 1 

Maldon - ; 
GunfleetSand,N.E, 

end 
Croach River, 

Foulness 


la 3a 


10 




Boatoo DeepiClay 




2li 




11 40 


IS 




„ Hob Hole . 




17 










, (81ni«) - 


7 


12 




12 5 


1*1 




lymD^IxmgJ 








„ Hull Bridge 


12 2S 


16 










Maplin Light - 


12 6 






„ LynnHoad- 




ao 




Margate 


11 40 


15 




. Lynn 




IS 




Pansaod Hole ■ 


12 


IS 







High 


BlM. 




High 


Bue. 1 


PtaM. 


Wuer, 






Place. 


WaUr, 
Full and 






lUlud 












Cl»nge. 


Spring!. 


Noap.. 




Change. 


Springs. 


No,|» 




iLm. 
12 30 


ft. 
15J 


ft. 

13 


Irthind, Wt,l Coat. 




KM - 


37 


16* 


13i 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 


•end • - 
rich 

«icb - - 
n Docks - 
ahriOge . 


1 3 

1 10 
I 37 
1 43 
1 57 
S 7 


17* 

17i 
18i 
19 
194 
19* 


IT 

16i 


Cape Clear - 
Skull 
CrookhiTea - - 

DunWeoQ 

Blnck BaU Harbour 


4 
4 2 
4 9 
3 97 
3 01 
3 40 


9 

li 

H 

101 

9* 


6t 

7i 


Jrtla<id,Sc 


<^<M<f£o 


at CqmO 




CaslIetowD, Star- 1 

hovm - ; 


4 14 


9J 


n 


Clew 


4 




. 6j 


Eantrj- Ifirbour - 


3 47 


10 


H 


tan 


4 S3 


10* 


Si 


Bray Head 


10 45 


IS 


94 


towMend - 


4 31 


■ 10* 


8 


KenmaM B.,BaI- 1 

lycrovMeJ 


3 42 


101 




kiltrBar - 


4 30 




H 


7} 


■uedterr; - 


4 SS 


10} 


8i 


„ Dunkerron 


3 45 


101 


8 


le - - 


4 43 


11 


9 


„ OrmoDd - 


3 43 


10 


"4 




5 ) 


11 


9 


„ We« Cove 


3 82 


10 


"4 


£"^] 




12i 




BaUinskellig Bay • 


3 40 


IS 


■i 






Vslentia Harbour. 


3 42 




8 




4 H 


12 


n 


Ventry - - 


3 44 


mi 


7* 


ul . . 


5 U 


12i 


ID 


BUaket Inlands . 


3 30 


"J 


8 


«««7. 1 
igwnii -/ 


5 la 


ISi 


H 


Dingle - 

Smerwicfc 


3 51 
3 50 


i; 


n 

8 


Kwe - - 


5 27 


ist 


9f 


Tralee Bay (Fcnit) 


4 3 


isi 


94 


DO. Fort) -1 


5 SO 


ISJ 


10 


R. ShanoDD, Kil-I 
baU-J- 


4 16 


13 


9i 


.(Bridge) - 


6 6 


134 


lOj 


„ Kilroih - 


4 42 




104 


tow - 


6 4 


ia| 


10* 


- ^-Sf;} 










5 40 










loi 


>rd - - 


7 21 


5 


3* 


Tarbert - 


4 57 


144 


104 


ehael Toint - 


8 30 


*i 




Foynesld. 


S 39 


19i 






8 43 


4 


3 


„ MeUoa - 


G 1 


18i 


13i 


lov - - 


10 29 





H 


„ Limerick 


6 16 


18* 


13J 


7ld«ri - 


10 49 


13 


11 


LiicanorBay 


4 23 


13| 




town 


11 10 


11 


8J 


Mullon lilfln-l 




133 


H 


. Bm (Pool- 1 
LtHoMe)/ 


11 IS 


12-14 


9-11 


Galway 
Killtanj-Arranlds. 


4 35 
4 28 


13* 


11 

10 


It Harbour - 


11 9 


13 


10 


CashlaBay 


4 33 


16 


12 


Jde Inlet - 


n IS 


10 


8 


Kilkieran Core - 


4 34 


15 


11 


vtovD lulet - 


11 15 


10* 


8 


Grestmnn B.iy - 


4 39 


15 


i!} 


iealtUnds ■ 


n 


13 


10 




4 28 


13 


iggM 


10 40 


11 




Sljne Head - . 


4 30 


13 


10^ 


hed.<Bw) 


11 


IS 


9 


Cliiden Bay - - 


4 30 


13 




tik - 


10 66 


Hi 


Ballynakill Bay - 


4 40 


12 




«a<tle Point 


11 a 


u 


>li 


luiahbofin 


4 34 


IS 




«fcrd(B.r)or 


11 


14 


11 


InJibturk - 


4 36 


12 




nfield Poiat. 








Clare Island 


4 38 


la 




VMt«aipoint- 


11 10 


i*i 


IS 


Westport 


4 S7 




94 


Hlk - - 


10 30 


16 


12 


AohiUbeg . . 


5 14 


10 


8 




U 


16 


13 


BolU Month, 








Ro.^ - - 


10 98 


13 


lOi 


(N. entrance <rf 


5 35 


lOJ 


ft 


UMTi Point) } 


10 93 


14 


IIJ 


Achill Sound) • 








Blacksod Bay 

(Qnay) - -/ 
Broadhaven Harb. 








Qu.7 -1 


12 31 


lOj 


8J 


9 


10 

loi 


8i 


QcoitoQ„y 


12 45 


11 ' 


H 


KiUala Bay 


. B 22 


104 


8 




12 4S 


Hi 


9 


BiliiyBadare(Quay) 

SUgo Harbour! 

(Oyster Uand)| 


9 18 


11 


84 


iS} 


IS 40 
19 44 


11 
n* 


H 


6 
5 23 


■: 







High 


R 


se 




High 


Rise. 


PUcr. 


Water, 

Full and 






Place. 


Water, 

FnllMd 












r~ 




Chal^ 


Spring*. 


Neapa. 




Change 


Sprinp. 


^ 




b. ID. 


, 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 




BaUyshannon {B»f ) 


S 18 


Hi 


8* 


GrauTiUe 


« 13 


37 


1 


Uonepal Harbour \ 
(Sallhill Quay) / 






H 


K™^ : 


6 20 


35 


a 






6 20 


34 


a 


Tei-lin Uarbour - 




Hi 


Sk 


Carteret 


6 25 


31 


> 


KiUjtegB ■ 


5 16 


lU 


H 


lirrehous 


6 32 


31 


s 




5 20 


11 


8 


Jersey, Ro«I - 


E IS 


30 


I 


Rutland Island - 


5 SS 






„ St, Hetier- 


6 35 


30i 


X 


GwMdore (Banbeg) 


S 32 


11 


8 


Diclette - - 
Goury 


6 40 

7 6 


27 
32 


1 
r 


Irdand, m 


TlhaiidEa 


4t Coasts 




OmonvUIe 


T S9 


IH 


u 


Ball vness (Bar) - 


5 22 


11 




Guernsey (St 1 
Peter Port) -/ 


6 37 


se 


It 




S 32 


11 




Casqnels - 


e 4S 


13* 




Mdroy Bay, (Bar) 


5 40 






Aldemey 


6 46 


17* 


i: 


„ Faooy Hole - 


6 17 






CherboDix 


7 49 


17 


i 


K Seomouat Bay 


6 44 


Ji 




Barfleur 


8 51 


17 


n 


,. Crsnford Bay 


S 3 






UHougna 


8 42 


18t 


i- 


Swilly - -1 




IS* 




SLMarcoufll - 


9 55 


20 








Port-eu-Beuin - 


8 57 


SO 


I 


Trawbreaga Lough 


6 10 






Couruullee 


9 7 




11 


Slievebane Bay - 


5 49 


10 




Oyitreham 


S 38 


21 


I 


Culdaff Bay - 


5 53 






MerviUo - 


9 36 


31 


t 


Warrenpoiot, 1 
Lougb Foyle - / 




6* 




Dives 


9 39 


21 


I 






Honflew 


S 29 


SSJ 


1 


MovUle 


7 6 


n 






10 G 


Si 




Londonden7 


6 1 


n 




Caen - - 


10 57 






Cokraine - 


6 24 


8i 




Hiyra 


9 51 


as 


I 


Port Ruah - 


G e 


H 




Rooen 


a 28 






Skerries - - 


e 16 


5 




Fecamp 


10 44 


a.ij 


1 


BallyeagUe Bay - 


e as 


3 




St. Valery^-Caui 


10 46 


37* 


■ 


lied Bay (Pier) - 


10 31 






Dieppe 


11 6 


27 


• 


Cairalough ■ 


10 SI 


\ 




Trcport 




27 


1 


Maideu K(«k8 


10 43 




Cyenx - - 


11 5 


37* 


t 


I.oug!i I^rue 


10 48 




Hoordel 


11 36 


27* 


t 


Belfast - 


10 43 


9 

lU 


H 


St. Valery..ur.l 
Sommc. / 


n 46 


27 


1 


South Rock 


10 58 


13 


lOj 




11 25 


25 


i 


(Killard Poiol) / 








Cape GrieacE 




SI* 


1 








Calais 


11 49 


19i 


1 










Grayelinea 


11 


19 


I 


Fro>u 


t, yorth c 


oomI. 




Duokerqae 


12 8 


161 


1 


Uthaiit 


3 32 


19i 


13J 


North 


Sta,E<uU 


3«i((. 




Abervrach 


4 14 


23 


16 










Ue de Bas 


4 49 


23 




ITienport - - 


12 18 


16 


1 


Boscoff 


4 IS 




17i 


Osteud 


12 as 


19 


1 


MorUkix Rood - 


4 53 


24 


18 


BUnkenberg 


12 48 


13 




Floumuiach 


5 15 


a*i 




Bath! 


3 15 


15 




Ploiighre»c*ii 


5 17 


35* 


IB 


Flushing 


1 ao 


15 




Trfguier 


5 32 


23 


18 










H«>ux LighU - 


5 45 


31 


83 


Veere 


1 20 


15 




Br€lua 


S 51 




a.'i 


De Roompot 


la 30 


IS 




Pwrnpol 


6 


31 


23 


Zitriksee - 




11 






31 


S3 


Bronwershaven - 


a 15 


10 




Binoic 


e 3 




22 


Goeree{We«Gal) 


I 45 


7 




Dahouet 


6 5 


32 


231 
24 




8 30 


a 




Erqni 
St. Malo 


i 59 


33* 


Brielle - 


3 


5 




6 5 


35 


as 


Rotterdam 


a 45 


7 




Les Minquien - 


6 6 


3S 


26 


Katwyk - - 


9 30 


S 




Cancttle 


6 20 


37 


27 


Teiel(out»de»hoBl«) 


8 SO 


4 




DesdeCbauwy - 


6 S 


35 


se 


Sykdniu - 


7 


W 





155 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



edicp 

idliDg(Weflt) 
BdGat 
HoUnm Rd. 
Boler buoy) - 
m(road) - 



footer light 1 
Id . -/ 
jerOog 
buad 



Cszharen • 
Bmnsbiittel - 
QIackMadt - 



Hanlmrg 
Tonning • 

lHedench-1 

atadt -j 

. Rcndaborg- 



£ 



Gab 



nd or Horn 1 
at - -/ 
isuade 
lali - 
BortheSkaw 
• - 

■laUands - 
ft Viofd 



nXriaBda 
lo 



h. m. 


it 


7 27 


4 


8 40 


6 


9 


7 


11 SO 


7 


10 


8-10 


10 SO 


8-10 


11 15 


8-10 


12 




10 30 


8 


11 SO 




12 


9? 


11 33 


H 


12 


11 


1 8 


10 


1 58 


9 


3 9 


10 


5 19 


7 


5 29 


«4 


S 1 


9 


2 37 


9 


7 42 


4 


2 36 


9 


2 21 


6 


2 45 


5 


2 41 


2 


3 34 


2 


1 44 


5 


4 9 


2 


4 28 


1 


5 56 


1 


1 30 


4 


10 45 


6 


10 45 


7 


12 


8 


11 45 


7 


19 


9 


12 


9 


r45 


8 


1 10 


9 



Neaps. 



JFttfM TsXandMrn 



elted 

eKofd 
%»oid 



) -J 



m ■■■■iiwi * 

Saadoe) -J 

aeVioid 




11 15 


6i 


12 


6i 


80 


6* 


8 12 


6i 


4 


6* 


5 


H 


5 80 


n 


6 


n 


• 


H 


ft 


»i 


9 


H 


11 


94 







ft. 

Si 



74 



44 

44 
44 
44 

44 

74 



74 

74 
74 
74 
74 



Place. 



High 
Water, 
Fall and 
Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. I Neaps. 



Reikia\rik 



Liza Bay 

Noya ZemblaHarb. 
Jekatarina Islands 
Kildin Island 
Habitable Island, 

Seleney Bay 
Teriberka River - 
Ole^ji Islands 
Charlowka River - 
Seven Islands 
Jokan Islands 
Sviatoi Nos 



Iceland. 

Ih. m. 
5 



Laphnd, 



':} 



White Sea. 



TumaBay 
Trek Island 
LiUce Ridge 
Cape Kannshin 
Sosnovets 
Moijovets I. 
Cape Voronov 
Intsi Point 
Konloi River 
Mezen 
Kerets Point, Golf 1 

of Arkhangel -j 
Nikolskoi Tower „ 
Mondioga I. 
DvinaSir 
Arkhangel 
Nikolskoi Chan. 
Gribanika Pt 
JQginsk I. 
Cape Orlov Letni, "I 

Gulf of Onega -J 
Onega River 
Sooma 
Solovet Road 
Kyem River 
KalgalalLska 
Keret, Golf 

Kandalak 
Kandalaksha 
SosnovaiaBay 
Kon Zomeii 
Tetrina 



n 



9f 



tf 



"■} 



n 



ft. 

174 



ft. 

13* 



5 58 


9 


6 36 


10 


6 23 


10 


6 45 


12 


7 9 


9 


7 20 


12 


7 30 


12 


8 8 


12 


8 20 


12 


9 


13 


9 15 


14 



9 54 


11 


10 48 


20 


11 45 


15 


11 54 


15 


11 44 


18 


11 20 


17 


11 20 


17 


11 55 


16 


1 15 


20 


1 48 


15-22 


4 SO 


H 


6 


2 


5 50 

7 28 
5 25 


34 

24 
3 


4 50 


3 


5 15 


4 


5 18 


4 


9 17 


6-7 


6 30 
5 


54 

4 


5 23 


4 


6 50 


7 


3 8 


6 


3 25 


7 


2 40 


6 


3 30 


6 


3 17 


7 



Haklnyt Head 



BellSoond - 



Nova Zembla, 

- I 1 30 I 4 I 

SpiUbergen, 

- 1 8 56 I Si I 



Waler, 
FuUMid 



SimoDS Bay 


a 44 


HoM Bay 


2 ao 


Table Bay 


a 40 


Sddanha Bay 


2 


St. Helen* B»y - 


2 30 


Itoodowall Bay - 


a 30 


HondL'nklij) Buy - 


2 30 


Mc. Dongall Ilorb. 


2 30 


Port Nnlloth 


2 30 


Eliiabeih Bay - 




AngraPeqaena - 




Icbabo lElaod - 


. 1 


SpencwBay 


10 50 


Port d' Ilheo 




WalYisch Bay - 


1 54 


Port Alexander - 


3 


Great Fish Bay - 




IJttle Fish Bay - 


2 30 


LobHo Bar 


2 20 


Bengnela' - - 




St. Helena Island - 


3 11 


Ascension Island - 


5 30 


SaoFauldeLoaoda 




River Congo 


4 30 






River Gaboon . 


5 30 


Cape Lopci 


4 30 


Corisco Bay! 

(ElobeyWcB)-! 


5 


Anno Bom Id. - 


3 45 


St. Thomaa Id. - 


3 25 


PriDcea Id. 


3 45 


Fernando Po 


4 


Cameroon River - 


4 


Bonny and New 1 
Calabar Hive.^.; 






Braes liiver 


4 


River Miger, Nun 1 
(entrance) -/ 








4 30 


," Middleton - 




„ Pennington - 


4 IS 


„ Dodo 


4 17 


„ Eoinos 


4 20 


„ For^ados - 


4 22 


„ L«eo« 


6 


Cape Coast Castle - 


4 30 


St. George d'Elmina 


4 30 


Cape Three Pointi- 


4 


Axim 




Grand Lahou 


4 20 


Tabou River 


4 45 


Cape Palmas 


4 30 


SiBon 


5 


Sangwin River - 


5 15 


Grand Ceatoa - 


S 20 


Edina 


5 50 


Jonk River 


a 49 



GJlmorris Id. 1 
t^hcrliro Iliver-J 
I^dmon stone Id. „ 
Bagroo River „ 
Banana Islands 
Sierra Leone 
YelUboi Island 
Scatcies Riven 
ML-Uaeoree II. 
Forecarreah B. 
Mahnfah B. 
lelea de I<os 
River I'onga 

Bijouga IJb., Ur- 
ango Channel - 

„ Areas! 
CbonDct - J 

River Cacheo 
Gambia 
Joombas River 
Salm River 
Capo Verde 
Senegal 

Sal, C. Vcide Ids.- 
PortoPraya „ - 
Portendik 
Levrier Bay 
Ouro Biver 
Cape Blanco 
Cape BcgBdor 
Cipe Juby 
Ferro, ■Canary Ids. 

Gomera 

Laniurote 

SaiitaCmz,Tenerife 

Puerto de la 

Gran Canaria - 
Sania Cruz 

Mogador 
Cape Cantin 
Rabat 
El Araish 
Tangier 
Ceuu 

Tunis (GotetU) 



S IS 
7 SS 

7 10 
7 10 
7 40 
7 40 
7 40 
G 3S 
7 30 



7 45 

8 to 
8 10 
S 10 
7 45 

10 SO 
7 4S 






Eun^t, Wat Coiuu 

- IS 3 

IMole 3 20 3 

- - 1 49 4 

1 46 6 





High 


Kite. 




High 


.,.. 1 


1>Mw 


W«t«r, 

FnUind 




PlUM. 


Water, 
Foil and 
















Chuige. 


SpriDg.. 


Neap.. 




Change. 


SpriDg.. 


Neapi. 




b. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




1 45 


9 






Concanieaa 


3 13 


13 


H 




1 34 


13 




8 


Peninark Bocka - 


3 16 






inaRocki- 


1 37 


19 




e 


Glenan Is. 




13 






1 34 






6 


Il« de Sein 


3 31 


17i 


12 




I S3 


13 




8 


Brest 


3 47 


19 


i3i 


» - - 


2 


IS 




8 


Conqoet Boad - 




21 


15 




1 18 


n 




■i 


U^Dt 


3 32 


191 


13J 




3 7 


13 










1 - - 


3 30 


8 




Smtk Anrrica, Erut Coast. 




^(B<km) - 


S 30 
1 S4 
a 30 
9 30 


19 


9 


iCapt Horn to the KorlhaanLy 




go (Bar) " 


7 
10 




St Martin CoTe.l 
Cape Horn Ids. f 


3 50 


8 




AXOTM 


11 49 


4 




Cape PeSa. 










13 38 


*i 




Cape Saa Diego - 


4 30 






±»el " ■ 


la 30 






Orange Bay 


3 30 






ilB.y,BU-l 


13 48 


7 




Go«e Koad 


4 
4 








3 


19-13 




Staten bland 


4 30 






IniReire - 


3 








7 








S 
3 


15 
15 




FalAkmi la^nd,, E<ut Falkland 






S 


15 




Berkeley Sound - 


5 


7 






3 


15 




Pon WUliwn - 


S IS 


7 


Si 




3 


IS 




I'ortFitzKoj 


4 45 


6 




« - - 


3 


15 




For Pleasant 


5 


6* 




E-) ■} 


3 


15 




Island Itarbour, 1 
Choiseul Souuil J 


5 20 














^y : , : 


3 15 


19 




Mure Harbour 


G 


6 




trtin d« Ul 


8 30 


15 




Darwin Haitour - 


6 30 


H 










Walker Creek - 


8 20 


4 




ider 


3 30 


19 


13 


Low Bay - 


5 


4 




» - - 


3 30 


m 


101 






4 




(B«> - 


3 


13 




Bayofllnrbours - 


6 


9 




«!i. ", " 


3 19 


19 




Kttlklund Sounds 1 








(Town) - 


3 90 


9 












3 


12 


9 




7 






te»8M - 


3 


13 


9 


Boggle. Bay 


7 30 


5 




M(B«> " 


3 lit 
8 45 


131 
13 


lOj 


Port King - - 

„ Suuex 


8 15 


S 
6 




Dt. AdonrR. 


3 39 


8 


6 


„ Sao Salvador 


8 10 


8 




luLtbooi^ 


4 37 

3 sr 


11 
13 


4 


„ SanCBTloa . 


7 


8 




rin 


3 38 

4 11 


13^ 
14 


10 

11 


WettFalAIinK 


. 




UIE 


6 50 


U 


lai 


Port Stephens 




"i 




a.Ch»i«itel 


3 20 


17 


19* 


„ AJbLwie - 
„ Edgar 


7 15 


6 




>Ieroil 


3 50 


19 




FoiBay - 




6 




fim 


4 6 


17 


13 


Manybranch Ilarb. 




7i 




Ue 


3 31 


17 


13 


Port ERmonl 


7 30 


11 




M^ d'Ohmne 


3 36 


14 




Hope tlurbotir 


8 10 


7 




r.'"-} 






lU 


Sbttllow llarboiir - 


9 30 


< 




3 6 


W 


Il> 


Shipilirhour,Ko» 1 
Isluud - -J 


10 30 






NoirmoDtkr 


3 2 


16 


"i 








J««llo - 


3 43 


13 


.?* 


SmlA Amtrica, East C« 


1— conlia 


ed. 


nire 


3 10 


151 


11 








elle -J 


8 18 


14i 


10* 


Coy Inlet - - 9 30 
Port Gallegoa - 8 50 


40 
46 




Miii,L-OrJnt 


8 11 


13 


9* 


Santa Crot Biver - 9 30 


40 


99 



158 





High 


Rise. 




High 


Riae. 


Flace. 


Water, 
Full and 




Place. 


Water, . 
Fun and 














Change. 


Springs. 


Neaps. 


• 


Change. 


Springs. 


Keq 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. ft 


Port San Julian - 


10 45 


30 




English Harbour, 1 
Antigua - j 




3 




)} I/68ir6 * 


12 10 


IH 






_ m 




„ Melo - 


3 40 


15 




Anegada 


9 


H 




„ Santa Elena - 


4 


17 




Gordba Sound, 1 
Virgin Island - J 


8 SO 


li 




Nucvo Gulf 


7 


10 




O VW 




Port San Josef - 


10 


30 


25 


Tortola 


8 30 


»t 




Sea Bear Bay 


18 45 


20 




Culebra or Pass-I 
age Island - J 


9 


t 




Port San Antonio- 


10 40 


28 




9 ^f 






Kio Negro 


11 


14 




Christianstifid, 
Santa Cruz 


7 30 


} 




San Bias 


2 


12 


10 


• a#^^ 




Colorado RiTcr - 


4 


9 


n 


San Juan, Porto \ 
Rico . - J 


a 2 


li 




Union Bay 


3 10 


12 


9 


w w 




Port Belgrano 


6 


12 


10 


Siiintes 


6 45 






Tristan d'Acnnha - 




8 




Inagua 


8 


«* 


1 


Bio de la Plata - 


noon 


irr. 


irr. 


Mira-por-vos 


9 30 


3 


1 


Baenos Ayres 
Santa Catharina I. 


noon 


irr. 


irr. 


Stirrup Cays 


7 


4 




2 30 


3 




Crooked Island - 


7 


3 




San Sebastian 


2 


4 




Exuma 


7 20 




Ilha Grande 


12 30 


5 


4 


ClarenceHarbour, *! 
Long Island - j 


ft 30 


4 


i 


Rio Janeiro 


3 


4 


3 


O vV 


^ 


^ 


Porto Frio 


2 40 


4i 




Rugged Island 


8 


S 




Benevente 


3 


5 




Mucaras Reef 


7 40 


3 




Nostra Santa del 
Victoria - J 


.1 o 


4 




Lobos Cay - 


7 40 


3 




O \f 


^ 




Guinchos Kay 


7 40 


3 




Abrolhos 


4 48 


6 




Nassau, New Pro- "1 
vidence • J 


7 30 


3-4 




Martin Vas Hocks 


3 45 






f %M\^ 






Os Bheos 


4 30 






S.W.Bay „ 


7 SO 


4 




Bahia 


3 30 


8 




Salt Cay Anchorage 


8 15 


4 




Maceio 


4 30 


8* 




llanover Sound - 


8 15 


4 




Pemambuco 


4 45 


8 


€ 


Douglas Road 


8 30 


4 




Parahayba 


5 


9-12 




Abaco 


8 


3 




Cape St Roque - 




8-10 




Gun Cay 


8 30 


3 




As Rocas - 


5 15 


10 




Memory Rock 


7 50 


3 




Fernando Noronha 


4 


6 




Bluff Cay - - 


7 


4* 




Aracati 


6 


8 




Puerto delaPlata,*! 
St. Domingo - 


7 30 


3? 




Jericoacoara 


11 30 


12 


6 


«# i 




Maranham 


7 


17i 




Mancenille Bay - 


7 


4-5? 




San Joao 


6 24 


14 




Fort Dauphin 


7 


5* 




Para 


12 


11 


lOj 


Cape Haiti, St.' 
Domingo 


6 


3 




Cayenne River 


3 45 


6 






Maroni River 


5 30 


8 




Lacul Harb. „ - 


6 0? 


37 




Surinam 


6 


8 




Gonaives Bay „ - 


8 0? 


1? 




Corentyn River - 


5 10 


6 


Bay of St. Mark,, - 


8 0? 


1? 




Berbice 


4 30 


11? 


6 


Port au Prince „ - 


8 0? 


I? 




Demerara River - 


4 45 


9 


6 


Calmitcs „ - 


8 0? 


1? 




Orinoco R. (entr.) 


6 


3 




Bay of AuxCayes „ 


uncertain 


2-3? 




Chacachacare Id.» \ 
Trinidad / 


3 30 


4 




Flamand Bay „ - 


»> 


2-3? 




%^ %^\^ 






St Louis Bay „ - 


If 


2-3? 




Dragons Mouth „ - 


3 


4 




Aquin Bay „ - 


»» 


2-3? 




Port Spain „- 


4 30 


4 . 


3 


Jacmel „ - 


>» 


2-3? 




Tobago 


irr. 


3 


r 




Havana, Cuba 




3 




Cartagena - 


11 


1 


^ 


1 


Cape St. Antonio, \ 
Cuba - - / 




H 




Caledonia Harbour 


11 40 


1 


r 


I 






■ 






Port Royal, Ja-" 
maie« - - / 


11 


1 




Caribbean a 


Sea and the 


Bahamas, 


^ • *^ 


1 


Barbadoes 


m 

irr. 


2 






Bermud€U. 




Grenadines 


3 


H 










Grenada, (St. \ 
George Harb.) j 


2 40 


ij 


4 


Ireland Id. Dock \ 
Yard . -J 


7 14 


1 • 





159 



Water, 
FoUaiid 
Chtnge. 



Bise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



Sasi Coatt, (Isthmus of Panama 
to ike NorthiDard,) 



■■} 



rm 

dt - 

iandft 

ilia Cay, 

Cays 

War Cay - 

raeiasHioi). 

Harbour, 1 
la - j 

UaBank - 

Bank 

rridence • 
I Island 
B Harbour 
1 - - 
itoche 
lie - - 

deTerminos 

es 

U>ck8 



h. m. 


ft 


9 


H 


1 50 


2 


1 45 


2 


2 


2 


'8 10 


4 


iO SO 


2 


7 45 


H 


irr. 


2 




2 


irr. 


1 


9 


l| 


9 30 


l| 


8 30 


H 


9 30 


1 


1 45 


2i 




2 


noon 


14 


noon 


i; 




2 



ft. 



United States, 
, Ixmisiana, Mississippi, Florida^ Georgia, 
and S. jr ^- Carolina.) 



R. (cntr.)* 


irr. 


IJ 




i Fan, Texas* 




If 


1 


!OB " "" 




li' 


J 


Pta*» 




i| 




m Rirer* - 




2: 


li 


ion Bay \ 
aace)» - / 


irr. 


H 


H 


ilaya Bay* - 


irr. 


2-2i 




licrBay* - 


irr. 


2 




i» Bay 1 
oee)» -; 


irr. 


H 




ppi S.W. pass 




H 


i 


- 


irr. 


2 




• 


irr. 


1-2 




tkla - - 




H 




IrewsBay* 


irr. 


1-2 




igesSonnd' 
entrance)* 


irr. 


2i-4 




die entr.)* | 


1 81 


IJ 


H 


hkolaBay- 




2f^ 




*s* - 


1 14 


3 


Si 


iJays* 


51 


H 


Si 


Bay* . 


11 21 


If 




IS* . 


9 56 


li 




est* 


9 30 


i| 




est, N.W. 1 
nel* 


9 10 


H 




sy« - - 


8 40 


2 




Cay* 


8 28 


H 




lorida* - 


8 34 


if 





Place. 



High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. 



St Augustine* 
St Johns River* - 
Fort Clinch, Fer- 1 

nandina* - J 
St Simons Island* 
Doboy Lighthouse* 
Sayannah (City)* - 
Fort Pulaski, Sa- 1 

vannah (entr.)* J 
Hilton Head* 
St Helena Sound* 
North Edisto R.* - 
Charleston* 
Bulls Island Bay - 
Georgetown* 
South \ 

Island* - -/ 
Wilmington* 
Cape Fear River"! 

(Smithville)* -/ 
Bald Head* - - 
Beaufort* - 
Oeracocke Inlet* - 
Hatteras Inlet* - 



b* m. 
8 21 
7 28 

7 53 



7 
7 



43 
33 



8 13 
7 20 



7 
7 

t 

7 

7 



19 
8 
10 
26 
16 

8 40 

7 56 

9 6 

7 19 

7 26 
7 26 
7 4 
7 4 



Rise. 



Springs. 



ft 
5 

6f 

8i 
7} 

7i 

8 
H 

H 

7 
6 
5f 
4i 

3 

54 



(Chesapeake Bay and Rivers.) 



Cape Henry 
Cape Charles 
Old Point Comfort* 
James R. , City Point* 
Richmond* - 
York R. (Moodys \ 
Wharf) - -J 
Piaukatank River 1 
(Cherry Point) - J 
Tappahannock* - 
Rappahannock 1 

(Saunders Wharf) J 
Point Lookout* - 
Annapolis* - 
Chester R. (Rock- 
hall Creek)* -/ 
Patapsco River 
(Bodkin Point)* 
Baltimore* 



Cape Henlopen - 
Delaware Break- "I 
water* - - j 
H ighees, CapeMay • 
Egg Island Light* 
l^&hons River* - 
New Castle* 
Philadelphia* 



(Delaware Bay and River.) 
8 4| 



8 



8 
9 
9 
II 
1 



33 
4 
52 
53 
18 



4* 

6i 

7 

7 

7 

6} 



Neaps. 



7 40 


4 


7 45 


5 


8 17 


3 


2 11 


3 


4 28 


3* 


9 35 


3* 


10 5 


2 


42 


2 


3 2 


2f 


12 58 


2 


4 38 


1 


5 23 


2i 


5 42 


14 


6 33 


U 



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4 
5 

6i 

6i 
7 

6i 
7 

6 
5 

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2} 

2 

2 



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2f 
2f 



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2 

li 
1 

1 
1 

u 



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5:- 

5:- 
5:' 

5* 



be United States Coast Surrey, the times of High Water being the Ck>rrected and not the 

Yalgar Establishment 



Cape May LaDding* 8 19 
Cold Spnng Inlet* 7 32 

LiHle Egg Harbour I T 10 



iLtmg Idand Sotmd.') 



Watch HUI» 
StoobRton* - 
little Gull Island* 
New London* 
New Haven* 
Bridgeport* * 
Sheffield Island* - 
Ojiter Bay* 
Sandi I'aial* 
New Rochelle* ■ 
Throgi Point* 



9 


3 


9 7 


3* 


9 38 




9 SB 


3 


11 16 


61 


11 11 




10 58 


H 


11 7 


9i 


11 13 




11 S3 


ai 


11 30 


9i 



(Nao York to Forlland.) 



TaiTjtown* 
New York* 
Sandy Hook* 
Helt Gate Ap 

— Ung Island 

(BlackxeHsUk.)* 
-N. of Aatol 
ft Feiry* - f 



-Wards Itland" 
(Paupers Dockr 

MooWnk Point' ■ 

Block Island* 

Point Judith* 

New Bedford, en-V 

inuice* - J 

Bird Iiluid Light* 

Keltlt Cove* 
Cutlyhuok* 
Quicks Hole 



<S.S 



□sua i>igLH 
inoletenlrl 

nd)* -J 



(N. Side:)' 
Men«msha Bight' 
Woods Hole (t 

Sound)* 
— (entrance from ' 

Buiiard Bay)* . 
Tarpaulin Cove* ■ 
Gay Head 
Holmea IIoTe* 
Edgaitown* 
Hyaniua* - 
Mantncket* 



9 57 
8 13 
7 39 


4 


9 59 


6 


9 4B 


«i 


10 48 


»i 


10 9 


t 


8 30 
7 36 
7 33 
7 45 


1 


7 57 


<» 


7 59 
7 48 
7 40 




7 36 


3} 


7 31 
7 45 


4* 

* 


8 34 


3 


7 59 


'i 


S 4 
7 37 

11 43 
IS 16 

12 S3 
IS 34 


u 

SI 
8i 



St George Shoal* 
Monomoj* - 
Province town* 
Wellfleet* - 
Cape Cod 
Bamstabte - 
Flymooth* 
BoMon light* 
fioMon (Charles- 
town NavalTd.)* 
Marblebead 
Salem* 

GtouceaterHarbouT* 
Sockport* - 
Annisqnam* 

Newbnryport* 

FortdDoath* 

Portland* 

Kennebec River 

(Hanniwells 

Point)* 
Mount Desert Id. ' 



High 
Water, 
FnUand 



Bat/ of Fiaidi/, A'ora $ 



(Ciam Point) -J 
Capi-Sal>le.CL!irkes ' 

Harbour 
Pubnico - - 
Argyle. (Jones" 

Anchorage) - _ 
Seal Island (Cape ' 

Sable) - 
Ellenwooda An- ' 

chorage 
Jebogne 
Yannoutb - 
Sandy Cove E.," 

SL Mary's Bay _ 
Petit Passage 
Grand Passage 
Sandy Cove, West 
DIgby Got 

Isle Hante 
Blaek Bock 

t>pen setsAncborage 
Parsboi«, Basin ' 

of Mines 
Ilorton Bluff „ - 
Hoel „ ■ 



Bay qfFiaidy, ^"b 
ID 54 



Seal Cove, Grand 1 1 

Manan - J 

Machias, Seal Is-l' 



e !7 


8i 


8 58 


11 


9 35 


13 


9 37 


12i 


9 49 


131 


» 54 


13 


10 4 


15 


10 9 


16 


10 S3 


21 k 


10 41 


39 


10 43 


20J 


10 47 




11 


37* 






11 31 


SS 


11 39 


38 


11 43 


31 


13 17 


43 


IS 30 


48 


tS 41 


50* 



Waler, 
PnUind 



Cliange. Springs. Neupi. 



Qnodd; 

Dg Rirbonr - 
ob«llo 1 

dchpool) -/ 



Mone Iiland- 
Poinl 1 
atb of Petit- } 
liu RiTer - J 
eriandBtuun, X 
ekYiUe) - / 



I Harbour - 


8 13 






8 4 




id lalind - 


7 S9 


k 


UoQlon 


7 H 


poolB.y - 


7 50 




tlelnj 


7 50 




le mvel 

ccuicuid.) r 


7 48 




blaiid, N. iide 


7 30 




S. lide 


6 30 




IX Harbour - 


7 49 




e Harbour - 


7 45 


6 


aarboBT 


7 54 


6 


Harbour - 


8 6 


S 


Db Harbour • 


8 


6 


rHwbou ■ 


7 40 


6 






Harbour - 


7 48 


6 


Harbour - 


8 


H 


wrongh - 




6 


art 


a 15 




George 


9 15 




mUh 


10 6 


51 


Harbour - 


10 


6 


a Harbour - 


10 


6 


Botmd 




8 


i«oacb< - 


10 


8 


c Harbour ■ 


10 30 




ah Harbour 


10 30 




erte 


10 


9 



u'n labnd 
\ UjLTbour 



•ki 



Prince Edaard Itland. 



EmI PoEnt 

Cardigan Bay 

Cape Bear 

CharlotEetoim 

Ccapaud 

Bedeqne Harboar - 

Minlmegaah 

Egnont Ba; 

Ciiscanipequc Hr. - 

Richmond Hsrb. - 

Cape Tomer 

Grand liusCico 

Traesdie 

S[. Peter Harboar 

Boughlon Harb. - 



h. m. 


ft. 




3i 


8 40 




9 






H 


10 




10 15 




3 30 




3 




5 40 








6 10 




6 40 




7 


H 


8 30 




8 40 


3 



Cu/je Breton Islanil. 



9 


41 


9 


^ 




3* 


B 




8 Si 


6 


8 15 


5J 


R 






e 


3 ao 


6* 


8 10 




H 30 


*\ 


7 BO 


6 


7 55 


6i 



Port Hood 
Got o! Canso 1 
(Plaister Cove) J 
Mabou RiTW 
Chetican 
Cape North 
St. Anne Bay 
Sydney Harbour - 
Klenadou Bay 
I-ouisborg Harb. ■ 
Si. Peter Bay 
Mabitsnts Harbour 
Ariehnl 
Bear Head 
ronlament Bay, 1 
Madsme Island - j 
Grande-digue, „ - 



Labrador and Gulf St. Lawrtnce. 
St. Lewis Cape - 
Chateau Bay 
Red Bay 
Bradore Bay 
Belles Amour Bay 
Bonne Esperancel 
Harb. - -J" 
Mistanoque 
ADtroboa Island - 
Wnpita^a llarboor 
CouCDacho Bay - 
Kcgasbkn Bay 
Little Nalashquaa - 
Appcctetal Bay - 
Betclieween Har- 1 

Clearwater Pnmt - 
Mingan Harboar - 
Alingan Island 
Bay of Seven Ifc 1 



6 30 




7 35 


.11 


7 45 


3* 


B 45 






*i 


9 15 




10 30 




10 30 




10 30 




10 30 












11 10 


57 


11 32 




11 30 




1 16 




1 SO 




1 40 







High 


Ri 


,. 




High 


Ki«. 


FUce. 


Water. 

Full and 






Place. 


W.ter. 
FoUud 
















Change. 


Sprines- 


Neaps. \ 




Chsoge. 


Springs. 1 


Neip 




h. m. 


ft. 


It 










Antj'coati Tsland \ 
CEostCapc)-/ 


1 




3 












h. w. 

8 33 


ft. 

Gi 


ft. 


„ Bear Bay 


1 10 

a 


6 


^ 


St. Pierce - 


Cawee Islands - 
Egg Island - - 
Point de MoDts - 


2 0, 

12 t 


9 
12 


5 
6 


I-amaliuHatbour- 

Grcat ufd Little I 

Laun . -]■ 


9 15 
8 15 


81 

7 


4 


Cape CbBlle 
Godbout River - 
SI. Nicholas Harb, 


12 

I sa 

1 55 


13 

12 


8 
6 

7 


Great SL Law- 1 

renco Harbour / 

Burin Harbour - 


8 45 


6 ■ 

I 


+i 


■MBnicoimgon River 
JJeraimis Kivrr • 


2 IS 

3 1) 


12 


7 
7 


St- Mary Harbour- 
North Harbour - 


7 40 
a (1 


5 
S 


Bic Island - 


S 15 


14 


ih 


Cape St. Mary - 


8 30 




5 


Port Nsuf 
Haton River 


S 10 

a 15 


13 


8 


Placentia - 
Trepassey Harbour 


8 30 

7 


7 

6i 


i 


Little Metis 


a 10 


13 




SL Johns - 


7 30 


7 




Saguenay.Tadonsac 
Cbicoutinti 


2 4S 


17 
12 


8 


Harbour Grace - 
BullId„TrinityBaT 


7 30? 
7 22 


77 


i 








Barrow WarbouP - 


7 10? 


aj 




Hirer Si. Lawrt 


net 




Fogo Island 
Funk Island 


7 20 

7 0? 


2-37 




Green Itland 
Brandy PoW 
CoudreB iBlandl 
(Prairie Bay) -/ 
Pilkrfl 

Crane Iiland. 1 
Middle TravcrM/ 


3 

4 35 

5 
5 24 


17 
17 


10 
10 
13 


Triton Harbour - 
Cufweil Harbour - 
Fleur de Lis Harh. 
Rouge Harbour - 


7 07 
7 07 

7 0? 

7 0? 


2-t? 
2-1? 
2-4? 
2-4 F 




1; 


Croc Ilarbour 
SLJulien Harbour 1 
Goose Cove 
Braha Harbour - 


G 30? 
7 21 A.IC. 
S 30 P.M. 

7 0? 

7 0? 


4? 

} •* 

2-3? 
2-3? 


1 


Orlems Island, 1 
North Tcavereu J 


5 40 

6 3S 

8 
S 30 

9 
9 30 
9 45 
9 4B 
9 

11 30 


'■ 


13 

9 

9 
6 

4 

a 

3 




Quebec 

Carouge Rirer - 
Frechette Island - 
PortNeuf - 
Grondine - 
Cape Roche 
Cham plain 
BatJscan - - 
Antigonish Harb. - 
Three Rivera - 


14 
14 

9 

6 

3 

3i 


Lunaire Day 
Griguet Bays 
Sacral B., (N. C.f) 
C™>kH»rb.CN.Csl.) 
Porl-Bu-Cboix, 1 

CN.W. Coast) - f 
Petit Port, Bay of j 

Islands - -f 
Codroy Ishmd - 
Port Basque 


7 07 

7 0? 
7 S3 

7 25 
10 47 
10 12 

9 IS 

8 S5 


2-3? 
2-3? 

a* 

37 

5 

St 
6 
54 


] 


Gulf St. Lawre 


nee. 




Lo PoUe Bay 


9 




i 


St. Paul Id. - 


8 


6 


3 










Magdalen laUnda - 


8 20 


3 


s 


H 


vdnmSlrai 






Gaspe BasiQ 


2 40 


5 


3 


Batton IsUnd* - 


6 GO 






Point Macqaereau- 


2 




3 


Fury and Hecla 1 
Strait. Melville \ 
Peninsula -J 








Carlelon roint - 

Dalhousie Harb. - 

Campbell Town, 1 

Rislegouchfl R. / 


3 

3 10 

4 


6 
9 


4 


7 


8 
















Bathnrst - 


3 15 




4 


h 


udmnBay 






Shippigan 


2 40 


J' 


3 


York Factory - 


11 15 


10-U 




Miscoa 


3 30 


5 


3 










Miramichi Bar - 
Sheldrake IsLuid - 


G 


\ 


^ 


Arctic Region! 




Wat Co 


a*l. 


Via Harbour 


5 45 


5 


3 


JuUaoshaab 


5 G 






Beaubire Island - 


G 30 






Fredmckshaab - 


S 3 


iH 




Point Escumenac • 


4 10 


4 


2i 




30 


lo' 




■Richibudo River - 


3 30 


4 


H 


Upemivik 


11 


8 




Buclouehe Tliver - 


7 or 


47 


a? 


Sound - -J 




n 




Cocagne River - 


7 30? 


4? 


87 









High 


Bin. 




High 


RiM. 


Haee. 


wSr. 
FoUand 




PbCfc 


Wawr, 
FnUand 














Cbwge. 


Springs 1 Neaps. 




Change. 


Springs. 


Neap.. 


Barrom Strait. 




h. m. 


ft 


ft. 




b. m. 


ft. ft. 


Port Cockbnro, 1 
F«mb» Id. - 1 
Melinda 


4 15 


li 




.*opoId - 


)a e 


6 4i 


4 


11 




>B.y 


12 6 


8 


Mombaia - - 








hitland - 


13 15 


3J 2J 


Lamo Harbour - 


4 6 


11 




Mtfvine Iiland. 


PattoBay - - 


4 30 


10 




rHwbODT - 


1 30 


1 


Port Dnmfotd - 
Brava 


4 45 
4 30 


(2 
8 




Batiit Lmi 




Magfldoxa - - 


4 30 












Ra> HafFun 


6 15 


4 




rileiey 




a 


Bander Aluleh - 


6 45 


6 




! of WslMl 




3 


Bander Gori 


8 45 






ut - .; 




' 


Berbereh or] 








Afiic 
.Bay - 




5i 


3i 


BorbnmiCGnlfl 
of Aden) .; 
Zeyla 


7 15 

7 15 


9 
8^ 




Idand 


a so 






GhnbbetNe,Socotm 


7 


7 




fC : 


2 50 

3 15 


5 
6 




GollOMir „ - 
Bander Shiab - 


7 ao 

7 


8 

7 




.Huboor - 


3 45 


5 




Abd-al-Knri 


8 30 


6 




obergB.y - 


3 10 


6 




KalFaran 


R 9(1 


1! 




£i?-^} 


8 307 


6? 




MadagoKir, Eatt Coa^. | 


£i. : 


* 
4 


4-5 

4-5 




Briliah Soond - 
Port Leven 


4 
3 30 


;t 




iooBay 

hn River . 
ITatd 

HiTer (Pot- j. 


4 
3 49 


6 
41 




Andnra Bay 

Aniongil Bay 1 
(Port Choiseul) J 

Tangtang Harbour 

Madame lBlnDil.Sl.l 

Mary Harbour J 


4 
4 30 
4 


7 
5 
6 
S 




4 

4 30 

5 30 


S 
6 

12 






p!«ataly^e) 


4 30 


IS 




Fort Dauphin '. 


4 30 


7 




iKfeenliLud 


4 40 


12 






1 


Afiic 


a,EiutCa 


art. 


St. Aagnstine Bay 


4 30 


13 




i\mat KiTer • 


4 15 
4 \« 


10 
10 




Noss or Sand; Id. 
Cape St Vincent - 


5 

4 45 


15 

la 




IBM lUnrl 
"Hirer (en- 1 


4 


IB 




Jlouroiidara 
Bwren Islands - 


4 45 
4 45 


12 




4 IS 


16 




Boteler RiTer 


4 30? 


15? 






S9 




Boyanna Bay 
Makumba River - 


4 30 


17 










Bombtttooki Bay - 


4 30 


16 




»B«y 

Bul^biir - 
»Iilsnd 


4 19 


IS 




Hajambo Bay . 
Narrinda Bar . 

PortRadama 
PauandavaBay - 


4 30 
4 30 


16 
IS 




4 
4 IS 


15 
« 

7 


11 


4 30 
440 

5 


15 
13 
15 






4 
4 


16 
16 


!1J 


St Joan de Nora - 


5 
5 


15 
S 










RtdSta. 


! 


igalloRiwJ- 

Bblud - 
w-CChwnd) 


4 4S 

4 45 
4 
4 15 


la 
la 

10 

It 




Bab-el-Mandeb St. 
HochaRoadCEaat 

coa«) .; 

Uurdoonahlalandl 

(E««Coi«) .; 


12 

la 

6 


7 

4i 

3 




Chwid '- 


4 


11 




Uihniffl Iilandi - 
Mattoirah . - 


6 14 
1 


a 

3 





High 
Water, 

Full and ~ 



Omudcr ItUod \ 

(GulfofAkabah); 
TUs Mnhonitned \ 

(Guifof Akabah) / 
Jiddah 
Sale Macowa 
Lohcia 
8ue«BBy(headori 
Golf) ^ 

Arabia, 
Bnb-el-Mandeb 1 
Slrl.(l'erimld.); 
Bander Feikam - 
'Aden (Back Ba;) 
Sughri 
MakaluiD 
Rog-al-'Aaidsh 
Mnkalli;h - - 
Ras Sharmah 
Mcrbdl 

KurijHD Muriyin 1 
Bay & UlaDdB / 
Cape lMi]«tte 
Sbab Kadun 
Je»irat Ilnronr-al- 1 

Shab-'bu-Biifch - 
ahabbetlUihiRh' 
'Om-nsas-Uaii rah 
Bu Shobali 
Ras-al-Hed 
Khiir JcnuDcIi 

Per 
Mwkat 
Jezirat Jun 
Itas al Kbei meh - 
A1 Bidn' 

Jeiirai Anibi 

Basrah (Bur) 
Jezirat Khorg or I 
KhirpR - .; 

Abu-fihehr • 
Umm CD Nakhel- 

lah 
Tabri 

Jefirat Kais 
Jeiiral Tumb 
Llngch 
Biuiduh 

Jexirat Larek 
Baarah Town 



13 


7 


10 


81 


9 30 


81 


S 




9 


C 


8 30 




g 30 




9 


e 


9 


63 


B 30 


6* 


S 


10 


9 30 


10 


9 30 


10 


9 45 


10 


10 




10 


10 


10 


10 






9 30 


10 



11 15 


6 


11 30 


10 


11 43 




S 30? 


8? 


6 30 


7 


6 307 




15 


^ 


12 




8 


6i 


7 30 


7 


7 30? 


8? 


a 0? 




45 


;i 


12 0? 






!() 


11 


u 


10 15 




6 07 


9 



Water, 

Folland 

Ch«Dge. Springis 

Biitdooitan, Wat OmuL 



Maoora Faint (en- 
trance lo Karachi 
Harbour) 

Gizrea Bunder 
(Mouth of Indus) 

Pitty „ ■ 

Ihiubar „ 

lIukkarH^er(en- 1 

KorccRiver(Mon- 1 

da Point) - / 
BaleCGidfofCuleh) 

Goorija Cr«ek 1 

(cQtraQce) - J 
Mnndavee Boadt - 
Jaffrobat 

RaiypoorCentrance, 1 
GulfofCambayj/ 
Db Island 
Surat 

Damiun (Bar) 
Vprsavah 
Nansarpe River, l 

(Bar) -J- 

Gundavee River 1 

(entrance) - J 
Biilsaur K. (eatr.) 
OmtrsaryEiver „- 
Danno Itiver „ 
Manorah River „- 
Bombay Backyard 
linjahpooT Ilarbonr 
BaniMMt BiTer 1 

(tnlrance) - J 
Geriah Harbour - 
Angria Bank 
Devgbur Harboar- 
Goa - 

Eiedasliignr Bayf ■ 
Ap;oadii Point 
lleijee BiTcr 
Calicut Knads 
Bcypoorlliver{en- 1 



OyJpj 



h. to. 
10 so 


ft. 
91 


g so 


7 


10 5 
9 57 


1 


10 30 


11 


11 40 


11 


IS SO 
S 


16 


II 




11 35 


'b 


S 15 


18 


a 

4 
15 


19 


3 


IB 


3 


19 


I 45 
1 30 
1 30 

11 


13-17 
19 


3 


13 


a 40 

10 30 

11 35 
11 30 
10 

10 30 

11 
IS 




15 




I 


31 



PoiaiedeGalle 

BelligamorltedBay 

Kirindi 



1 


3 




1 50 


11 




3 


a 




S SO 


n 




3 30 







* Deduced lirom ubKer^'Htions made in the E.I.C. brig Euphrates 1857-58, and HJJ. tchooMt Mati 
the Indian J«'a>;', 1838-60, by Commander G. C. Constable and Lientenant A. W. StUh oTE 
Indian Kovy. 

t Spn^iideiriie,*.m. 6 ft«^p.in.7iftet from October to Mitch; and the coBtmr dnint Iha 



High 
Water, 
Fnllud ' 
Clunge. 



Water, 
Fnlland ~ 



-} 



ra Point 



boiFais 
Ktiuiii(We«t' 
of ralk 




1 15 


Si 


11 
1 30 


3 


11 


u 


S 

e IS 

7 S* 
9 3S 

8 


3 

n 

8 


9 10 
9 

10 

11 30 


4-S 

9 
15 

la 


10 


lOi 


10 


u ■ 


11 4S 


19 


2 30 





uBoad 

Llghoalt 

F<dnt 

DiTy 

pBay 



Biver) 
DdaKali) 



Bay a/Biagaf, Eatt Coatt. 
Dgf Harbour 1 
ergoi ArcM- \ 
«<■> -J 

rBiTer,(en.l 

nR.(eiitTaiiee) 

in River ' 
Mace) 
eeRoad 
b, Anean' 
er(B«) - 
Sirer (en- 

im Utead 
■ndlaUnd - 
gong (Bar) - 

lilauU in Indian C 
denfChriit- 1 1 ■ „ I 
Harbour) -/ " " 



10 40 


13* 


10 30 


IS 


10 30 


20 


a 

2 20 

3 IS 
6 30 


22 
21 
SI 
21 


10 


9 


10 


12 


9 45 


9 


10 




11 30 
10 30 
1 15 


e 

8 
15 



St. Paul lilsnd - 
Anuterdam Id. 
Maurilim, Fort \ 

Grand \ 

Port - -/ 

B«union or Boor- 1 

bon Island, 

(St Pierre) J 

(SL Deni») - 

(StGillw) - 

(St. Paul) 



. ChagM ArcMpel-' 
I "go, (Diego 
' Garcia) 
Sejehelle Archi-' 
pelago, (Ma;he 
Iiland) 
Curie use Island - 
Peros JJonhoa 
Amirantf Isles, \ 
(St. Joeeph I.) J 
Comoro Islands, 1 
(JohannalElanil) 
Comoro Islands, 
(Majrottii Is- 
land. M.W. end), 
MatdiTei, Adou 
Atoll. 
„ Suadiva 
AtoU.; 
Maldives, Adou 1 
Matte Atoll 
Mali 
„ Malcolm 1 

AioU 

„ Heawandoa 

Hiolo Atoll 

Laecadives. Cher- 

baniani Heef / 
Tamareed, Socotra 



O 22 



12 30 
10 30 



7 30 
5 30 



Maiacca Strait, Jtfalajl Cvail. 



166 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

FuUand 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



} 



Lt VesiBel (One 
Fathom Bank) 

Arroa 

Cape Rachada 

Sambilangs - 

Malacca Koad 

Off Mount Formoza 

Ta^jong Bolus 

North Sands 

Singapore, New 
Harbour 

Bhio 



} 



h. m. 


ft. 


6 


15 




10 


5 30 


13 




12 


7 30 


11 


8 


11 


9 30 


10^ 


5 30 


15 


9 45 


10 


10 


7 



Malacca Strait, Sumatra Coast, 



Diamond Point 
Siak Biver (en- 
trance) 
off the town - 



} 



)> 



12 


H 


9 


12 




11 



Kocpong 



Timor, East End. 
- I 11 I 



Sumba or Sandelhout, North Coast. 

'■■) 



Nangamessie Har- 
bour 
Pahnedo Boad 



11 30 



17 
15 



Sumbatoa, 



Bagged Island 
Sapie Bay - 
Britannia Bay 
Bima Bay - 



8 10 


3 


1 


10 


1 


11-12 


Noon 


6 



Ampanam Bay 
Pidioe Bay - 



Badong Bay 1 
(South Coast) - J 

Tebonkos Boad 1 
(North Coast) J 



Lombock, West Coast. 
8 I 



6 
10-12 



Pampang Bay 
ylatiap Hi 
(South Coast) 



Tylatiap Harb. 1 



Wynkoops Bay "I 
(S.W. Coast) -; 
Bantam 
Batavia 
Krakatoa - 



Bafy. 
11 
5 

Java, 

8 45 
5 



6J 



10 

7 








7-8 
H 

5i 

5 
2 
4 



ft. 
12 



I 6* 



13J 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

FuUand 

Change. 



Bise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



Sumatra, N.E. Coast, 
h. m. 



Pulo Aor - 
St. Barbe - 
Badas Id., lingal 
Bayt . -I 

Delhi River - I 



6 
C Op.m. 
4 



ft 

5 

6 



12 
8 



Sumatra, West Coast, 

Bencoolen - 

Sillebar River (Bar) 

Mensular Island 1 
(S.E. end) - / 

Tappanooly Har- 
bour 

Acheen Head 



'.] 



Durian Strait, 



Sabon Island 
Deep Point 
Red Island 



Toboe Ali Point 

Lucipara Pass 
Nangka Island 
Cape Oelar 
Bersiap Point 
Kalian Point 
.Lobah Point 



Pulo Mendanao 
PuloLeat 



Crimon Islands 



Macassar 



5 
5 








■{ 



Banka Strait. 

8 30P.M,* 
10 OA.M.t 
irr. 

7 
6 30 
6 30 

8 17t 
11 0* 

Caspar Strait. 

2 30 I 
2 30 



} 



10 
10 
lOj 



12 

10 
9f 
12 
12 
12i 
10 



4 
4 



Java Sea. 
-I 8 

Celebes, 
-I 4 40 

Flores Sea. 



Adenara, Flores - | 



Moluccas. 



6 


3-5 


6 


4i 


6 


4 


6 10 


6 


8 45 


8 



1 « I 



I «i 



! 



Batchian, Gilolo - 
Sanguir Island 
G^by, Fohou Island 
Wahaay Harbour, 1 
Ceram - - j 
Bouro, C^jeli Bay 
Amboyna - 
Saparooa Island - 
Cambing or Pas- 1 
sage Island - j 
! Banda,Banda Islands 
Dampier Strait 



ft. 



n 



1 


6 
6 
5 




6 


8 




1 


6 




32 


7 
6 




noon 


6 




4 


6? 
11 






1 1 



♦ In S.E. Monsoon. fin N.W. Montoon. 

\ From observationB made in the month of September by W. Stanton, Master oomma&diDg H.1L 

Sqryeying Brig, Saracen. 



167 



High 
Witer, 

Full and 
Chaoge, 



Rise. 



Springs. 



FUipinas, 



Zeb6 - 

Baloaganl 
la Ana •/ 
Iliolo 

San Jacinto, 1 
ao Island - j 
inao 

la (Luzon) - 
Soal „ 
4iAimanoc „ 

It Harbour M 
n Baj (^lin- 1 

03 - ./ 
igaCBoriasId.) 



h. nu 
12 


ft. 

7 


12 


5* 


12 


Si 


6 30 


6 


7 
10 40 

1 30 
10 


6 

6 

64 
9 


• 


5 


12 30 


G 



Loo Choo Idanda. 



Kiang 
Omting 



Llojd - I 

Port, Hills. 1 
ooghld. -J I 



6 28 
6 35 



Benin Islanda. 
6 8 
11 32 



7 
8 



3 



China Sea, East Coast 
XTOoalsland, 



and,! 



neo, 

Mt - 
og Api 

rak BiTerl 
oratabas en- V 



) 






ig Island 
f RiTer 
RiTer - 
la RiTer 
m Island 
alaun Island 
BiTer 

ran Bayl 
ilabac Js" > 
i) -J 

d^ Baj, 
leo N. Coast 
ibangan Id. - 
Id Rxint,! 
MOyRCoastj 

M^Coast) 
Baj (Pkla-] 
Wert 

«) - -J 
ly-oo-bay 



} 



4 

4 45 

4 45 

8 

5 45 

9 45 
11 
11 

11 

10 30 
10 



in Baj 
rBaj 



} 



10 10 



10 15 

9 30 
9 55 



8 



7 

13 

11 

6 

6 

5 

12 



6-8 
6-8? 
7 

8-10 
6i 



51 
3J 



Neaps. 



ft. 



9 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Pull and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



n 
t* 
n 



h. m. 

10 55 

9 40 

10 

9 30 






Port Barton "1 

(Bubon Point) „ J 
Pancol 
Bacuit Bay 
Cavern Island 
Observatory 1 
Island - J 
Ursula Island 1 

(Palawan, B.C.) J 
Royalist Bay „ - 

Millman Island 
(Palawan, West ^ 
Coast) - 

Casuarina Point „ 

Barren Island 

Bird Island 

Tai-Tai Bay 

Batanes, Basbee 1 
Islands -j 

Port Kok-si-kon ] 
(Pormoza, East V 
Coast) - -J 

Tam-Sui Harbour 1 

♦» J 
Kelung Harbour 1 

(Pormoza, N. I 

Coast) - -J 



Babuyan Islands. 

Port Pio Quinto,! 
Camiguin Island j 6 

Port Musa, Fugal 
or New Babuyan J 



11 





11 





11 


0? 


10 27 


9 


30 


9 


30 


9 


30 


9 


30 


11 


30 


11 


45 


10 


30 



ft. 

6 

6 
6 

5i 

n 

6i? 

2-J 

6} 

^i 

6 
5j 



7-12 



6 
5 



} 



China SeOf West Coast 

Romania Point, 1 

(Malay Penin- v 

sula, £. Coast) j 
Sedili RiTer (en« 

trance) „ 
Blair Harbour ^ 
PuloTimoanfWest 1 

side) - J 

Binkang Bay (Co- 1 

chin China) - j 
Tringano River "j 

(Gulf of Siam, I 

West Coast) -J 
Menam River, i 

Paknam „ j 
Cape Liant (Gulf 



10 30 

9 44 
8 50 
6 

11 30 

8 



of Siam,£. Coast) 
Chentabun River 

(entrance) „ 
RockyIsland(Gulf 
ofSiam,£.Coast) 
Pulo Paijang 
Pulo Condore 1 
(Cochin China) j 



5 

5 
10 



7 
7 




4 
7 
3 









7 
9 

n 

5 



5i 



4 
2 

4 



Neaps. 



ft 



168 




High 

Water, 

Full and 



Rise. 



Change. Springs. 



Nhatrang Bay"! 

(Cochin China, \ 

R Coast - J 
Hon-cohe Bay „ 
Toron Bay „ 
Galang Bay 

Hainan Island, 
Tien-pak Harbour 
(China,E.Coa8t) 
Pratas Shoal 
Canton RiTcr "I 

(entrance) - J 
Broadway River 1 

(entrance) - J 
San-shai, Si Kiang 1 

or West River. J 
Shao-king „ - 
Wuchan „ 
Typa Anchorage - 
Macao 

Hong Kong Road- 
Lintin Id. Canton 

River 
Fan-si*ak Channel 

Canton River - j 
Chuen-pee Point "I 

Canton River - j 

Canton R.]^j^^. 

(Mar. - 
April - 
Wblj & 
June - 
Canton, City 
Ninepin Group - 
TideCove,Mir8Bay 
Tooni-angId.Bias 1 
Bay - -J 
Tsang-ehow Id. 

Bias Bay 
Hong-hai Bay 
Kin-siang Point, 1 
Hie-chechinBay J 
Cnpchi Point 
Hai-mun Bay 
Cape of Good Hope 
Clipper Road, Na- "I 
moa Id. - J 

Chauau Bay 
Tongsang Harbour 
Chimney Id. Rees 1 
Pass - -J 
Maknng Harbour 1 
- (Pescadores) - j 
Amoy, Inner Har- \ 
hour - - J 



h. m. 
8 SO 



11 30 


5 


3 


4 




4-5 


12 


8} 


4 


5 


10 


8 



11 



} 
} 



10 
10 
10 15 

12 

1 

2 
2 40 
1 40 

1 40 

1 15 

30 

2 40 
10 
10 

8 

8 30 
10 

7 



8 
9 
9 









11 15 

11 

11 30 

11 30 



10 30 
12 



ft. 
6i 



n 

.6-6 

3 

1-li 

7 

6i 
4i 

H 
H 

H 

5J 

7-8 



5 
6* 



6* 



7? 
7? 



H 

12 
12 

H 
16 



Neaps. 



ft. 



Place. 



High 
Water, 
Fall and 
Change. 



Springs. 



Hoo-e-tow Bay - 
Chimmo Bay 
Chinchew Harbour 
Meichen Sound - 
Hai Tau Strait - 
White Dog Ids. - 
Min Kver, Tern- "l 

pie Point - J 
Mm River, Lo-i 

sing Island - j 
Chang-chi Island • 
Spider Island 
Lishan Bay 
Kamquan Harbour 
Namki Islands 
Pih-kishan Ids. - 
Fong-whang- "* 

group, Bullock 

Harbour 
Wan-chew River 

(entrance) 

City 
Tai-chow Islands - 
St George Id. 

San-moon Bay 
Kweshan Islands 
Nimrod Sound 
Vernon Channel, 

Chusan Archi 

pelago 
Ting-hae Harbour 
Poo-too Island 
Lansew Bay 
Volcano Islands - 
East Saddle Island 
Yung River, Chin- ^ 

hae - - J 

„ Ning. i 

po-fti J 

Hang-chu Bay, 1 

Sesham Ids. - j 
Fogi 
Islands J 
Chapu 1 
Road * 
Hang-chu Bay ' 

(off Canpu) - 
GuUlaff Island 
Tang-tse Kyang 

(entrance) 
„ entrance 1 
to Wusung V 
River - J 
Shanghae - 
f Langshan Crossing 



} 



»i 



» 



^} 



h« m. 
12 15 
10 20 
12 25 
12 30 
12 15? 
9 

10 45 

12 

9 30 

10 

10 15 

10 

8 30 

8 30 

8 30 

9 

9 30 
9 

10 20 

9 30 

10 30 

9 40 

11 
8 15 

10 

11 30 
11 

11 20 

1 

11 45 

11 45 

12 



11 30 

12 

30 

40 

1 40 



ft 
16 
16 
17 
17 
16? 
18 

19 



17 
17 
16 
17 
17 
17 

17 

15i 

15i 
14 

15 

14 
20 

14 

12 
12 
13 
15 
14 

I2i 

9 

14 

17 

25 

32 
15 
12 

15 

10 
12 



* At Whampoa Docks — ^In March, the day and night tides rise to the same level From April to Oo 
the day tides are the higher, and from November to February the lower. In May and Jime fStm 
of spring tides is 4 feet, and die neaps 2 feet higher than in BUrch. 

f Deloced froii Observations made in March 1861, by Commander Ward ILM.S. Actaon. 





High 


Bi... 




High 


^ \ 


rtocc. 


Wuw, 
XUlud 






Place. 


Water, 
Full, and 


















Cl--ge. 


Sprbg^ 


Neap*. 




Change. 


Spring.. 


Neapt. 


rtaa>>&a. 






Tanabf Ei puD- \ 


h. m. 

6 


ft. 


ft. 
Si 




h.m. 


ft. 


ft. 


UTBnouchi 








hMi^n 


4 30 


11 


9 


Ouki 


S 55 


H 




Dtonliland - 


I 30 






Kata 


6 4 


4 




tan 6*7 


1 30 






Yura Harbour - 


6 5 


4 




»B./- - 


3 40 






INarnlo (Fabnra) - 


6 IT 






■bai-wdHar-T 








Atasi - 


6 36 


6i? 




9 30 


' 




Awasima (Inland 1 








^nnHartx^ 


10 






S«) - -1 








b - 


10 


8 


64 


Tomo (Seto-uchi) 


11 0? 




5 


i-ttu (Depot! 
.y) - -J- 


10 33 


S 




Girl/o/ Tortajy. 




« Barer 
mrmnce)* - 
1 Poiof, Gulf 

MI««lofGulf 

, (eotnnc) 

mUits Saddle 


3 10 

4 50 

4 

5 
4 20 


10 
7 
10 
11 
12 
10 


8-9 
Si 

8J 


St Vladteiir Bay 

Port Michael Sey-j 

bouT „ -J- 
CaitriMBay „ . 


irr. 
2 30 
5 30 
10 
10 30 


2 
2* 
3 

31 
6 




afaanSay 
WD Bay-; 


3 30 
15 


8 

8 




7ai^ Coart) 
Amur Sinul 


10 


6 
S'S 




-ijr^} 


S 


10 




fancbilj^a. 






»nB.r - 


11 45 


8 




ATalchaBoy -j 3 30 


6t 


*i 


icft-wIunBtr 


10 10 


12 


8 








MiDUrKock - 


10 30 






Aew Z«<?fl»d .— SmIA er Sttmirt lOtnd. [ 


- ynn - Md 
*ntoitH*TeD) 


9 


12 




MaMuBar 


11 10 


e 




t Himilton,! 
IJMCa,S.C.) -J 








8.W. Cape 


12 


7 




S 30 






Port Pegasiu 


11 SO 


8 












Port AdTentnre - 


IS 20 


6 






apan Sta. 






PaKrauu Intel - 


1 10 


8 




fS^Sf„i 


s ao 


H 




Fort William 


13 4S 


8 




7 45 




S 


MiddkJMlaid,E<ula<id 


VorthOa 


,u. 


Cow«) - -J 








Bluff Harboar • 


1 IS 


8 




>Hki Bay 








Moljoenx Bay - 


3 


8 




7 IS 


9 


ri 


Ougo Harboor 1 








»Mt)t - -J 














moMki 


8 30 




6 


AkaJ^'^tarbour - 


3 24 


8 




, (Telii«i) - 


5 


2 




Poll. Cooper 


3 50 


H 


li* 


>d*di Hir-l 
Dr.TewId. / 


6 


3 




Eaikorik Peninsula 


6 30 


8 






Cape Campbell - 


6 


8 




OT. T«M Id. / 


9 30 


6 




PonUndenrood • 


6 10 


S 






Queen Charlotte 1 
Sound cnlnmccj J 


8 SO 


6 




^r«iMStnit- 


10 30 


6 




i.luma,Tedol 

■y. - -; 


6 
6 


6t 
5 


*i 


Port Gore 
Pelorus Sound 1 


9 
9 35 


8 




Simoda 


5 


3-5 




Port Hardy 


9 55 


8 




.B«7 - - 




Si 




KelMm 


9 SO 


14 


10 


»1iij • - 








Manacre Bay.! 
TaamanConier/ 


8 45 


13 




ram* Bay - 


5 50 


5 




dm - ■ 
^ami - - 


7 30 
7 80 


7 
6 


5 


Mow Pipi 1 

River, W.Ent J" 


9 50 


14 


10 




6 60 


5 




Cape Farewell - 


9 BO 


14 


10 





h. m. 


ft. 


■ 


1 






la IS 
u to 






11 15 


10 




11 30 






11 30 






10 4S 






9 IS 






11 30 





Water, 
Fulluid ~ 
CbangF. ! 



Mttlilli: Island, Souti and Wtft CoasU. 



Huapuko Id. (Fo- 

Ctutn Id. (Fo-1 
ream St.) - J 
PmerrMioD Inlet 
Chalky Inli't 
Uuiky Buy 
Ddjjpd Soiind 
ThompsoD Saimd - 



Ttf ilford Sound 
Wanganai Intel 

Xurlh Jukirul, SoMlh aiid Weil Coatts. 

Pen Nicholfoo, 1 
XuobtuD Uatbour J 
Mana lilond 
Eapiti Island 
Manawatu Biyer - 
'Wtnganni liiver - 
Knt njinoalh 1 

(Twwiaki) -; 
KavUa Harbour - 
Amm Uarboar • 
'Waikato lliter - 
Mauukau Ilarboar \ 

(eniraiKc) ■ j 
Kaiinn Harbour I 

(mtrance) - / 
Hokiaags IUtct 1 

(<ntnnM> - J 

- (Kokohol - 
Maria Vanl 



Cape . 

UWD 

Tbtm Kiaft la- ' 



■1 30 


6 


7 


8 


9 




10 


B 


10 IS 


8 


9 30 


13 


9 30 


IS 


10 


19 


9 30 


13 


9 30 


IS 


10 55 


10 


9 45 





10 13 


10 


8 


T 


8 


r 



CtwrillMer 
Ha«ke Itay 
rtomty Bay 
]^) Cape ' - 
HwkaBay 
IWsan IlattioBr 

OlBanierblaadl 



.V.viA /itw./, Eatt Cimtt 
6 1 6 




: 



High 

WaMt. 
Full and 



Monganui HaHMor 
Airanoi Biver 
Fareogarenga 
Ilarbonr 



Auilralia, Eaal Cotul. 



Twofold Bay 
Botany Bay 
Jerria Bay - 
Port Jackson, I 
North Head -J 

Brokeo Bay 
Newcastle or Port 1 
Hanler - / 

Port Slephen 
^fanning Itiver 
Port Macquarie 
Sfaoal Bay - 
Richmond Riier 
C»pe Byron 
Titi«d Ri«r 1 

(Danger Point) J 
Moreion Bay 
Wide Bay - 
Sandy Cape 
Port Cnn» 
Byron Bay 
Wreck Reef 
CaioBank - 
Lady Elliot lalet 
Oeroa lalet, 1 

Caprieoni Groop / 
Keppel Bay 
Great Barner Reef 
t^aomarva Be«f - 
Frederick R«ef • 
KeoQ KecT 
Ana Islet - 
ChnlerKirld lalet - 

Cay) - -I 
Thinty Sonnd 
PortBoven 
Shoal Water Bay 
Broad Sossd 
Swain Rreft 



Bayl -J 

. Saoth lilel.l 
(S.W. Bay) -/ 
W«t Hill - 

tioold lilasd' 
IVn IVuiMo 



10 






8 IS 






6 SO 


6-9 




8 15 






8 38 


*i 




8 


6-9 




9 45 


6- 7 




9 


6 




10 






8 56 


4-5 




8 30 






9 SO 






9 45 


fi 




9 45 


5-8 




9 90 


3-7 




9 


6-8 




7 50 


6-8 




9 40 


10-12 




9 45 


6 




8 45 


6-8 






9i-54 




9 


7-8 




9 


lO 




9 90 


9-14 




e 48 


7 




8 


« 




8 


6 




8 


H 




8 30 


5 




8 SO 


5 




7 55 


5-6 




10 45 


13-18 




9 35 


16 




10 SO 


H- 18 




11 


30-30 




10 D 


10 




10 ao 


16 




to 30 


J4 




10 «0 


34 




11 o 


18 




C 45 


6 




9 30 


6 




11 


6-S 




7 SO 


10-13 







Higb 


RiK. 




High 


RUe. 1 


Isce. 


Witor. 

FoUtsd 




Place. 


Wawr, 
Full and 


















ChiDge. 


Springs 


NeBpi. 




Change. 


Springs. 


Neaps. 


jiHtd 


tin. 
9 !8 


ft. 
6-10 


ft. 


Aiutralia, Wttt Osatt 




>7Ulwd • 


9 15 


7-13 




fa. m. 


ft. 


ft. 


^nrRiTcr- 


8 


S- 10 




CockbnrD Sound ■ 


9 


l-ll 




.^tej 








Waniboro' Sound - 




3-4 




9 IS 


7-ia 




Koombanab Baf - 


9 


i-3 




•li^ ■/ 


9 16 


7-10 




Port Grey, Swan 1 
Kivar - -/ 


9 


l-lj 




wGronp - 


9 IS 


8-12 








lUmonth - 
fort 


9 IS 
U 15 


10 
10 


7 


Aattralia, Soulfi Cotut. 






Corner Inlet 


11 40 


8 




T«Tu Strait. 


WiUon Promon-1 
Port Western 


S 


10 




.Hardjrii.- 


9 13 


10 




1 10 


8 


6 


UMnd' 


S 10 


10 




Port Philip, EnlranM 
„ CapelBay 


1 30 






iblud 


Irwg. 


7 




3 30 


3-4 






9 






„ HobwnBaj 


3 


3-4 




riaalilMDd- 


1 


91 




Melbonnw - - 


1 SO 






erltUnd - 


9 30 


13 




Ge^ong Harbour - 








9 IS 


19 - 












9 30 


10 




PortFaiiT - - 
PorUantl Bay 
Uacdonnel Bay - 








1! 15 


10 




Midnight 






jldand. . 


13 15 


10 












KiTOli Bay 


10 








Port Elliot 








Aiutralia, NorA CmuI. 




3 30 






SS.^.} 


1 


9i 




Port Adelaide - 

Kangaroo Id. - 


S 44 

• 4 10 






'hum - 


4 30 


8 










tmnt 


7 30 


10-13 




Pelican Lagoon, 
KoDgsroo Id. - 


S 






iterUe* . 


7 30 


8-12 










FfeUewIid*. 


7 SO 


4-7 




Spencer Gulf: 








igatorBoid- 


B 
B 


9 
6-8 




Thorny Passage 
Point Lowly - 


13 

7 


6-8 
6-8 




^luki - 


6 a 






Port Augnsla" - 


8 30 


9-ia 




tor Bint ■ 


8 40 


19-20 




Ganibier Islands - 


1 50 






Bn - 


6 


18 -SS 




Port Eyre - 


10 30 






1?^ 


3 S4 
5 45 

ta 

9 30 


13 
14 
21 

17-84 




St. FrancU Isle,! 

Petrel Bay - 
Btancheport. 

Streaky Bay - 
Smoky Bay 


13 
1 
12 15 








Penial Bay 
Fovlert Bay 


12 15 
10 30 








VeoM Harbour - 


a 15 






■M River, 1 
tlePouit -r 
UMqoitoFlX 


7 15 
19 


IS -84 




Weit Cape Howe - 

PriDcen Itoyol 1 

Harbour - - / 


9 
11 EG 


1-4 




3ndr bland 


1 17 


3-10 












1! 


28 




Bau Strait. 




13 15 


35 




Refbge Cove 


13 5 






jagB.T - 


11 4S 


30 




Kins Island 








■hrOulf - 
riciB.7 - 


ts 






Hunter Wand - 


11 30 


B 




13 


34 




Three Hnnunockl 
IilaDd,E.ude'r 










18 


87i 










B.T- . 


11 45 


36 




Swan Island 


9 35 


6 




B.r 


13 


S-S 




GUnnie Wands - 


la 20 






uBocU - 


11 30 


ai 




Kent Island 


11 10 






i<»B.7 - 


9 10 


1 




MurtayPass - 


11 10 


8 







High 


Rise. 




High 


BiK. 


Place. 


Water, 

Full and 




Place. 


Water, 
FuUnnd 






1 




Change. 


Springs, Neops. 




Change. 


Spring,. y« 




ruoumfa. 








h m 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 


i 


TamarS, George! 
Town - ■ / 


11 15 


12J 




Cape Virgin 
CapeEspirituSanlo 


8 30 

8 30 


36 -« 
36-43 




1 


lat 




Possession Bay - 




36 -4a 




Port Arthur 


7 58 






Cap. Orange . 


3 








8 






Firjt Narrow! - 


9 


36-42 




Macquarie Har- 1 
bonr - - / 
Circular He»d 


T 30 


3 




Philip Bay, east Bide 
Gregory Bay 


9 30 
9 45 


24 

as 




11 






Second Narrows - 


10 






Cape rilUr 

Port Dalrymple - 

EddjSIone Point - 


1 






Pecketl Harbour - 


12 


« 




la B 

9 33 


10 

7 


7 


Luredo Bay 
Sauta ilagdalena 1 
Island -; 
Fort Famine 


11 30 

12 


9 
10 










12 


6 




Worn/, 


in South F 


ticijic. 


Cape San Isidro - 


1 


B 




Eaater IfilanQ 
Bow laland 


a 

2 40 






S[. Hicolaa Buy - 
Cupe Froward 
Port San Antonio - 


a G 

1 

12 






Tabuai Id. 
TahitiorOtaheileld. 
BcMlution Bay, 1 


.».. 


3 
li 




Labyrinth Iilands- 
I'ort Gallant 
York Road, 1 
English Reach / 


30 
9 


5i 




Sta. Cbrinina, \ 


3 30 


4 




a 


9 




M^ow<u. -J 








Bachelor Kirer - 


1 40 


S 




Tongatabn 
Port Kesolution. \ 
Tanna Island - J" 
Port AneitPUDi, 


6 50 
5 35 


4 




Borjn Bay 
Playa Parda Cotc- 
Port Tamnr 
Valentine Harbour 


1 50 

a s 
a 


61 

5 




e 35 


4 




Harbour of Mercy - 


1 22 


4 




Inyang 
Erronau or Fiituna 








Cape Pillar 


1 






Sandalwood Buy, ' 

Fijii Islanda - 

Pott Mukulan or' 


6 


6P 




SmyfA, SarmieMo. Wide, and Mtaier Oaiim 








Goods Bay 


30 


7 




Hewa Kosd, 


G 47 


5| 




Fortune Bay 


50 






Fuiild..- -J 








Welcome Bay 


-so 


7i 




Belade Harbour, 1 
Sew Caledonia / 








Puerto Bueno 




e? 




6 30 


4? 




Giiia Narrows 


2 lU 


8 




Port de Tronce, 
Ntw Caledonia 








Fnry Cove 


1 15 












Eden Harbour - 


13 30 


5 




Port Si. ViDOent, 
Uew Caledonia 




** 




Halt Bay - 


30 


S 




5 50 




Middle Uland - 


IS 






Woodkrk Island' 
Louiiiade Archip. 


7 15 


4 




Tierra del Fuh/p. S.W. CaatL 


PorlC»rteret,New 
In^lond 








Cape Horn 


4 40 








6 




St. Francis Bay - 


4 






Norfolk Island - 


7 45 


7 




SL Martin Cove - 


3 50 






Campbell IsUnd . 


la 


43? 




Middle Cove 


3 30 












Goree Road - 


4 


B 




/riunrf. 


i^y,^ p 


acCft. 


Lennol Core 
Nassau Bay 


4 40 






Karakoa Bay, 1 
Owyhee 








Good Success Bay 


4 3 


6-8 










I'acksaddle Bay - 


3 30 


6 




Honoruni, Sand- 
wich Islands - 








Orange Bay 
New-year Sound - 


3 30 












3 30 






Poninipet Island, 
Caroline lalanda 


G 


<i 




Adventure Cots - 


3 10 








March Harbour - 


3 10 






Seypan I.land/ 
(LadroQe Ids.)- 


6 45 


n 




Stevrart Harbour - 


3 
2 SO 






PelBwUand* 




G 




TownsheadHarbour 


2 30 







173 



Water, 
Fan and 
Change. 



Biae, 



Springs* 



Neaps. 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Charge. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



QsrbcNir 

CofTe,Fiirj1 

Bd - -; 

ttBay 
idBfty 
ii 
Uand 



GkMicestcr - 

Imnan 

ideBay 

i Idanda 
attioD Harbour 
> Bamirezl 
inda • -J 



h. m. 
S 80 

9 30 





12 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 



30 

30 



80 



50 

30 



5 



40 



4 



ft. 

4 



3 

H 



. 5 
6 

4 
5 

4 
4 
5 

4 

6 



Patagonia, West Coatt, 



cdista 

Henry 

Barbara 

Padeo Hirer - 

San Domingo 

Palena 

eBay 



C^onoi Archipelago 



ChUoe Archipelago, 



to Island 
lO Bay 
San Carlos, 
fwn. 
San CarioB 



. Engikh 
ink • -/ 
fan^Ni - - 
cum Bock 
Fedro Passage 
di^Inlet 
an CoTe 
an Uand 
ilaland 

teklon Harboor 
ro - - 

abne - 
ignes Islands - 
sTiBJoff 
ro CoTC 



12 

12 

11 15 
14 
4' 








1 











50 
50 
30 
49 
28 
3 
31 
54 
11 
26 
35 
57 
55 
29 



7 
6 

6 
6 



10 

16 

9 

16-20 

15i 
18 
18 
18, 



20 
20 



ft. 



1 


5 


12 


5 


12 28 


4 


11 45 


6 


12 


7 


12 23 


10 


1 45 


11 



Otway 


11 87 


6 


Andres Bay - 


45 


5 


San Esteran 


15 


5 


ft Pink Bay - 


45 


5 


aiarBoad 


18 


5 


Low 


40 


7 



Compa Inlet 
Cullin Island 
Huapilinao Head - 
Keconlavi Inlet - 
Pulaqoi Island 
Calbuco Fort 

„ Beach 
Abtao Island 
Tres Cmces Point- 
ChacaoBay 

M Narrows - | 



Coyhuin River 
Port Valdiyia 
Mocha Island 
Leubu River 
Santa Maria Island 
Arauco Bay 
Talcahuano 
Maule River 
Toro Point 
Valparaiso 
Juan Femandes 1 
Island - - J 
Pichidanqoe Bay - 
Port Herradura - 
Coquimbo Bay 
Port Hoasco 
Copiapo 
Port Flamenco 
Lavata Cove 
Grande Point 
Paposo - 



h. m. 
1 10 



1 

1 



25 

44 

5 



1 18or047 
1 15 
50 



1 

1 



15 
40 
15 



ft. 

17 

20 

15i 

14 

18 
16 
18 
16 
14 
16 



CMe. 



ConstitucionCove, 1 
Moreno - J 

Port Mexillones - 

Cobija Bay 

Paquiqae or Sani 
Francisco Point J 



Iquiqui Road 
Ix>bo Point 
Arica Road 
MoUendo 
Ylo lioad 
Islay 

QuiJca River 
Point Lomas 
Atico Road 
Port San Jnan 

„ San Nicholas 
YndependenciaBay 



10 


4 


10 32 


3 


9 54 


4 


10 45 





Peru. 



8 45 


5 


8 




8 


5 


8 


5 


8 15 


6 


8 53 


7 


8 


6 


8 19 


5 


8 53 


5 


5 10 


3 


5 15 


3 


4 50 


4 


1 





ft. 

13f 



52 


21 




10 35 


5 




10 30 






10 30 


5 




10 20 


6 




10 15 






10 14 


5 




10 






9 45 






9 32 


5 




9 30 


4 




9 20 


5 




9 8 


5 




9 8 


5 




8 30 


6 


4 


8 30 


5 




9 10 


5 




9 20 


5 




9 45 


5 

• 




9 40 


• 


Bolivia. 









High 


Rise. 




High 


Rue. 


Place. 


Water, 

Full and 




Piace. 


Water. 
FoUand 












Chaoge, 


Springs. 


Neaps. 




Chai^. 


Springs, No; 


H*»Btty 
CsUioBay 


h.i<i. 
4 50 


ft. 


ft 


Ctnlra! Anienea, Wetl Coatl. 


S 47 


4 






h. m. 


ft. 


ft 


Hoocho Bar 

Sope Bay 


* .15 
4 SO 


3 
3 




Nicoya Gulf (Port 
Herradura) 


3 9 


10 




Guflrmey Bay 


6 10 


3 




Port Eealejo 


3 G 






Samaoco or ) 
GuambacboBay/ 


6 SO 


2 




Port la Union, I 
G. of Fonscca- 1 


3 15 


lOj 


Ri 


Port MalabrigO - 




3 




AoOutia Road - 


2 2S 


9 




lamlra jeque llond 


4 


3 












Port Pavla 


3 20 


3 










Malpelo Point - 








Mateo, Wat C*«t 


Ecuador. 




Port Goatnlco 


I 30 


S 








„ Sacrificios - 


3 15 


6 




Sta. Clara Islanil - 




11 




Acnpulco 


3 6 


I* 




Morro, Sandy Point or 




11 




San Bios 


9 41 


5* 




Fona U!sDd 


G 


n 




MaiatlBQ - 


e 40 


7 




GuayaquU 




II 




Goaymaa Harbonr 


8 


4 




SL Elena Bay - 




8 










Silango Id. 
Port Manta 


41 


12 




Califimia osrf Ortgo«. 


Cnracaa Biver - 


3 30 


10 




Sau Lncas Bay • 


9 SO 


91 




Cape Pasado 


3 ,30 


10 




Magdalene Bay - 


7 35 


6i 




AtBcames Bay - 


3 37 


13 




Port San QocDlin - 


9 5 


9 




Santiago River - 








Barlho- 


9 107 






Tnmaca Koad - 


2 33 


12 






7-9? 




inuiM) - ; 








Playo Morie Bay - 


9 20? 


7-9? 










Cerros Island - 


9 10 


7-9 








Sta. Barbara IsUnd 


8 


3* 






/.. 


Sao Uicgo Bay • 


9 39 


5 




Charles Island - 


S 10 






San Joan Anchor- "1 

S^Pedro Bay • - 
San Miguel, 1 
CCujlerUsrb.-)! 
Sbq Rosa Inland - 


9 40? 


s 




Alliemarle „ - 
Cbacham „ - 
Indefttignble „ - 
James, I., West-end 
„ N. side - 
„ Adam Cove 
Tower Id. 
Culpepper Id. 
Weoman Isles - 


3 

2 23 

3 10 


i* 




9 39 
9 25 

9 30? 


4i 
57 


4 


a 14 






Santa Catalinald.- 
Santa Crui Id. - 


9 35? 

9 35? 


5? 

5? 


4 


? 
a 10 






San Luis Obispo • 
Monterey* - 
Soulh Farallon- - 


10 8 
10 23 
10 37 


■*i 




I^tw Gmnada und \ 


tragwi. 


Sao Fraocisco 
„ North Beach- 


13 6 


4 




PortBuenayentma 1 
(NegTilla Keef) / 








Bodega Port' 


11 17 


4 










Humboldt Bay" - 


la 2 


9 




„ off Ihe Town- 


6 


13 




Port Orford* 


11 26 






San Juan River - 




12 




Columbia River,! 
Enlnince - / 








Cabitft Bay 


3 40 


12 




15 


7* 




Port Utria 




li 




Astoria' 


48 


n 




Cupica Hay 




13 




Nee-ah Harbour* - 


13 33 




Octtvia Uay 




13 




PortTo-Tishend'- 


3 49 


4 




Pinas Bay 


3 15 






Fort Steilaeoom* - 


4 4S 


11 




Chcpo River 


3 40 


Ifi 










Pedro Gonzales,! 
(Trapiehi Id.)-j 








Vancuucer lahni 


and Juan 


de Fvca StnU 














Chamo Bay 










irr.-t 


7-10 


5- 


Saboga - - 




H 




Fane Island. 1 
P.nmper Sound J 




12 




Panama Road 


3 33 


15-22 


10-16 






Port Niiero 


3 10 


12 




Victoria - 


irr. 


T-IO 




Parida Island 


3 15 


lOi 




Port Discovery - 


2 30 







ig the Corrected and not the Tolgir li'-'tiMish 
November to April from Noon to 3 pot. 



175 



FUce. 



'.} 



Poget 
rand 

iShocmrtie 
rer HarVcrar - 

Western 1 



i} 



(zBay 

liafanioo Bay - 
[>im7ton Har 

) - 
BiTcr (en- 1 

md Lilet,! 
'. of Qeorgia -j 
•iBO Htrbonr i 
■. of Geof^gia - J 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



h. nu 

6 

1 
1 15 

1 



5 

6 30 

6 
5 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



ft 
18 

15* 
13i 

11 
12 

7-10 
16 
14 



ft. 
15 



America, North West Coast. 



Port Enpcr 

Portland Inlet, 
(Salmon Cove) 

Sitka 

Behring Bay 

Port Etches 
„ Chalmers 
„ Chatham 

Oonalashka Island 

Cape Boshnoff 

Good-news Bay • 

Golovnin Bay 

Port Clarenoe 

Chamisso Island • 



} 



Neaps. 



h. m. 


ft 


ft. 


1 40 


13 


lOi 


1 8 


16 




34 


5-7 




30 


9 




1 15 


9* 




1 


13} 




1 


12 




7 30 


7i 




7 30 


15 




6 15 


13* 




6 23 


3} 




4 25 






4 42 




• 









176 



TIME 



OP 



HIGH WATER ON FULL AND CHANGE DAYS 

AT THE PLACES GIVEN IN THE PRECEDING PAGES; 

ABRANGED ALPHABETICALLT; 
With the Rise of the Tide at Springs and Neaps.^ 



(When a qaery, thus ?, is placed after the Time of High Water and the Bise, it indieales that 

giTen are approximations.) 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



Ahaco, Bahamas - - 
Ahhey Head, England - 
Ahd-nl Kuriflndian Ocean 
Aberdeen, Scotland - - 
Aberdovey, Wales - - 
Abervrach, France - - 
Aberystwyth, Wales 
Abrolhos, Brazil 
Abtao I, Patagonia, W.C. 
Abii-shehr, Persian Gulf 
Acigutla, Central America 
Acapulco, Mexico, W. Cst. 
Acheen Head, Sumatra - 
Achillbeg, Ireland - - 
Adams Port, (Sullivan 

Bay) Yellow Sea. 
(Mary Id.) 

Yellow Sea. 
Adelaide Port, Australia, 

S. Coast 
Aden,(BackBay),Arabia, 

S. R Coast. 
Adenara, Flores, Malay 

Archipelago. 
Admiralty G., Australia, 

N.W. Coast 
Adolphus Id., Torres Strt 
Adou Atoll, Maldives - 
Adou Matte Atoll, MaL 

dives. 
Adventure Cove, Tierra 

del Fuego. 
— Port, New 

Zealand. 
. Sound, ^klk- 

land Islands. 
Agadir, or Santa Cruz, 

Africa. 



h. 
8 
11 



m. 



10 



8 30 



1 
8 

4 
7 
4 

7 
2 
3 





14 
31 
48 
50 
30 
25 
6 



8 45 
5 14 
15 

2 

5 44 

9 30 



12 

12 15 
1 
3 

3 10 
12 20 

5 30 
12 45 



ft 

3 
23 

6 

12 

15 

22 

13i 

6 
18 

7 

9 

U 
8 

10} 

8 

10 
6 

H 

8 



10 
4 
4 



4 

8 

9 



ft 

17J 

10 

16 
10 



8 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Change. 



iprin^l 



Aggerminde, Jutland - 
Agnes, St, Scilly Isles - 
Agoada Put, Hindoostan, 

W. Coast 
Agulhas Cape, Africa, S. 

Coast 
Aix, Be d*, Charcnte R., 

France. 
Akaroa Harb., New Zea- 
land. 
Akasi, Japan Sea 
Akyab, Aracan R., Bay 

of Bengal 
Al Bida, Persian Gulf - 
Alabat Harbour, Luzon - 
Alan Island, Pbtagonia, 

W. Coast 
Albany Id., Australia, 

E. Coast 
Albemarle Id., Galapagos 
Port, Falkhmd 

Islands. 
Albert River, Australia, 

N. Coast 
Aldborough, England - 
Aldemey, £^glish Chan- 
Alexander Port, Africa, 

S.W. Coast 
Alge9iras, Spain 
Algoa B., Africa, S. Ctt 
Alligator Rvr. Australia, 

N. Coast 
Alloa, Firth of Forth, 

Scotland. 
Altona, Germany 
Amboyna, Moluccas 
Ameland (>at, Netherlands 
HoUumRd., „ 



h. m. 

4 9 

4 30 

10 30 

2 50 

3 20 
3 24 

6 36 
9 45 

8 30? 
10 O 
31 

IS 15 

2 O 

7 15 



ft. 

2 
16 

9 



17 

8 

6J? 
9 

6? 
9 
18 

10 

6 
7 



7 30 10-13 



10 45 
6 46 

3 O 

1 49 

4 O 
8 40 



3 18 

5 19 

33 

9 O 

11 30 



12-20 
17* 






I 

4 



* By the Rise of the Tide is meant its vertical rise above the mean low-irater 

See Diagram, page iv. 



ler^of Spriag 





High 


Eise. 




Oigh 


R 


se 


Flkcc 


Water. 
FoUimd 




Place. 


Water, 
Full and 


















Change. 


Sprips* 


Neap.. 




Change. 


Spring,. 


N^aps. 


OQiid, KoTa Scotia 

Indian Ocean, 
ih. Walea - 
(loner HarboBr), 
lo. East Coast. 


10 30 
5 

10 30 
13 


n. 

8 

81 

18? 
16 


13? 


Appin Port, Scotland - 
Appledore, England 
Aquin U^iy. St. Domiagn 
Arocan II. (Bar). Bay of 
, Bengal. E. Coast 
Aracati Braiil 


h. m. 

5 SB 
5 28 

9 45 


ft. 
2-3? 


ft. 
8i 

C 


a<imB.,I.oii>bock- 
rdatn. iDdini. O. - 
gawein. f^rdaD G. 


8 
11 
11 40 


6 
3 

6 




AraJsl. El, Africa. IT. CsL 
Ajmaig, Scotland 
Arauco Bay, ChUe - - 
Arbroiih, Scotland 


1 30 


9-12 
l.'ii 


10 


■ Strait, G. of Tarl arj 


U 40 


5-6 




1 35 






DiULD W»., Port Corn. 




81 




Areathon, FraHce - ■ 


4 3? 


111 


9i 


lia, Indian 0. 








Areas Hk». G. of Meilco 




16 


Snt. IndiHD 0. 

a«aB«]:. Mwlagu- 


10 24 
3 30 


H 
7 




Ardglasa, Ireland 
Ardrijhaig, Loch Fync - 


11 
11 53 


12 

■i 


e«,S«iB.,PaWgoBla, 


45 


5 




Ardrassan. ScoUand 
Arenus PL, San Carlos, 


11 45 
14 


6 




. Coait, 

rewfc Si.. Bay. G. 

Ucxi«o. 

pda. Virgin Islaodj 




1-a 




Patagonia. W. Coast 








9 




Argyle, BayofFundy - 
Arica Road, Pcni - - 
Arichat, Nora Scolia - 


8 

8 10 


5 


lOi 


iteom, Inynng, S. 
id6c. 


G 35 






Arkhangel. White Sea - 


7 28 


h 










Arklotr, Ireland ■ . 


8 45 






oaa Hirer, AfHca, 




13 




AmheinB..AuslrBliB,N.C 


8 


G-e 




Cout. 








AiTOii. Malacca Strait - 








ra, AioTM 
— Bank. HiDdow- 
», W. Coast. 
-Pequena. Africa, 


11 32 
10 30 

3 30 


9 

8 




Arthur Port, Tasmania - 
Arunael. England 

. (Bar) - - 

As Jlocas, S. Atlantic - 


7 52 
13 25 
11 35 

5 15 


4 
10 




W. Coast. 

B Fink B., Patagonia, 


45 


5 




Asiph St., B., Anilralia, 
N. Coast. 


5 45 


14 




-Coast 

an Fm*. Enginnd - 
(tpoUs, United Stales 
r. Si. B., Cape Breton 


11 56 

4 38 


ao 


14 
*1 


Ascension Id., S.Alki>tic 
A»kalg Port, Islay 
Aslnrj, Oregon 
AtaciuoeB Bay. Ecuador 


4 38 
42 


3 




iMnam, UnitcdSlates 
> Bom Jd.. Africa 


3 45 




S 


Alchnfalay bay, G. of 

Mciico. 
AthlJoe, Loch Seaforth - 


irr. 


2-ii 




»fti Id., O.St. Law- 








6 ie 


15 


10 


ice. East Cape 


1 


5 


3 


Alico Road. Peru - - 


8 53 


5 




Bear Bay 
West Point - 


1 10 


5 


3 


Auckland Harb,Kew Zea- 
land. N. Jsland. 


7 5 


11 




;oni>b Harb. U. St. 


g 


4 


2 


8 31 


s 




irrence. 

;n* Id., Carribbean 




3 




St., B., Mada- 

(tascor. W. Coast. 


4 30 


13 




^ Bay (Port 
riacnl). Siadigswmr. 


4 


5 




.\ui Cnycn Bay, St. 

Itoniingo. 
Araicha B., Kamchatka ■ 


irr. 
3 30 


2-3? 




lio Cape St. Cuba 
aio SL Port, Pata- 
,wi,E.Co»«. 


10 40 


'i 

3S 




Aron Isles, Australia. ELC. 
Avon Hirer, Bigbury 
l!ay, England. 


5 47 


S 

10} 


114 


Ian Strait 








Awasima (Inland Sea) 
AwauniTl.,Niew Zealand 


14 


" 




Aki> Id„ G. SL Law- 


10 30 


5 


3 


7 44 


7 




^^ SumX, N.e! 








Aiim, Africa, Vt. Coast- 








4 25 


5 




Aylen Bay, Yellor Ses 
Ajmaun, Persian Gulf - 


11 20 


6 




,IJUrb..NewZ«'and 


10 


12 




Ayr, Scotland 

- . I'oiutof. I of JIan 


11 50 


8il 


\t? 


tehtcoU a. Golf of 




a*-* 




Bab-cl-Mondel>,G.ofAden 


12 


7 ' 




eM4at B., Gulf St, 
wTCitee- 


U 10 


5? 


37 


Bachelor River, Magellan 
Strait 


1 40 


' 





178 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Noaps. 



Bacoit B., China Sea, E.C. 
Badas Id., Linga Bay, 

Sumatra.* 
Badong B. (S. Cat.). Baly 
Bagroo Kiver, Sherbro 

River, Africa. 
Bahia, Brazil 
Bahrein, Persian Gulf > 
Balabac Id., China Sea, 

K Coast 
Balade Harb., "Sew Cale- 
donia. 
Balambangan Id.,Bomeo, 

K. Coast 
Balasore R., B. of Bengal, 

W. Coast 
Balbriggan, IreUnd 
Bald Head, Unit( d States 
BaUinacourty,DungarYan, 

Ireland. 
Ballinskellig Bay, Ireland 
Ballycastle B., Ireland - 
Ballycottin, Ireland 
Ballycrovane, Kenmare 

River, Ireland. 
Ballynakill Bay, Ireland, 

W. Coast. 
Ballyness (Bar), Ireland 
Ballysadare (Quay), 

Ireland. 
Bally shannon (Bar) 
Ballywecl, Ireland 
Balta, Scotland 
Baltimore, Ireland - - 

United States 

Banana Ids., Africa, W.C . 
Bancoot R., ( entrance j 
Hindoostan, W. Coast 
Banda, Moluccas 
Bander Alu1eh,G. of Aden 

G ori, G ulf of Aden 

Shaab, Ind. Ocean 

Feikam, Arabia, 

S.E. Coast 
Banff^ Scotland 
Bantam, Java 
Bantry Harb., Ireland - 
Baratana Bay, Gulf of 

Mexico. 
Barbados, Caribbee Ids. 
Barbara Tort, Patagonia, 
W. Coast 

L Santa, California 

Barbe St, Sumatra, N.E. 
Coast 

Sta. Id.. California 

Bard>ey Id., Wales 
Barfleur, France - 
Barmouth, Wales - - 
Barnstable, United States 
Barnstaple Bar, England 



h. m. 

10 
6 Opm 

11 



3 30 

5 30 

11 


8 
7 
5 


6 30 


4? 


10 


6-8 



10 



10 40 



7 
5 

3 
6 
4 
9 



26 
12 

40 
25 
54 
42 



4 40 



5 
6 

5 
5 
9 
4 
6 
8 
2 



22 


18 
23 
45 
23 
33 
15 




4 

6 45 
8 45 

7 
10 

28 

3 47 
irr. 

irr. 
12 28 

8 
6 



8 
7 




40 



8 51 

7 41 

11 22 

5 30 



ft 

6 

12 

n 



15 

11 
5 
124 

12 

3 

12 

lOj 

12* 



6? 
6 



H 

10^ 
5 
10 

2 
6 

3* 
6 

3J 
15 

17 
17 
10 
19 



ft. 



11 



H 

2 



8: 



8 



13i 
13^ 

14 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Sininss. Xi 



Barnstaple Bridge, Eng- 
land. 
Barquero (entrance), 

Spain, K. Coast. 
Barracouta Harb., G. of 

Tartary. 
Barren Id., Cbirui Sea, K 

Coast 
Barren Ids., Madagascar 
Barrow Harbour, New- 
foundland. 
Barton Port, (Bubon 
Point), China Sea E.C. 
Bas, He de, France 
Hasiduh, Persian Gulf - 
Basque Port, Newfound- 
land. 
Basrah (Bar), Persian 
Gulf. 

Town 

Bassein U.,BayofBengal. 
Batanes, Bashee Islands, 

China Sea, E. Coast 
Batavia, Java 
Batchian, Gilolo, Moluccas 
Bate (Gulf of Cutch), 
Hindoostan, W. Coast 
Bathurst, G. St Lawrence 
Bathj Netherlands 
Batiscan, R. St I<awrence 
Batticalao River, O»ylon 
Bay of Harbours, Falk- 
land Islands. 
Ray of Islands, (Motu 
Mea Islet,) New Zealand. 
Bay ofMercy,BanksLand 
Bayonne (Bar), France - 
BazarutoCape,Aft>ica,E.C. 
Bcachy Head, England - 
Bear Cape, Prince Edward 

Island. 
Bear Head, C. Breton Id. 
Beaubdre Id., Gulf St 

I^awrence. 
Beaufort, United States - 
Beaumaris, Wales 
Beaver Harb., America, 
N.W. Coast 

(W. entrance) - 

Nova Scotia 

Bedeque Harbour, Prince 

Edward Island. 
Bedford Bay, Tierra del 

Fuego. 
Behring Bay, America, 

N.W. Cst 
Belfast, Ireland 
Iklgrano Port, La Plata 
Bell Sound, Spitibeigen 
Belles Amour B., Lalmdor 
Belligam Bay, Cejlou - 



11. m. 
6 28 

3 

10 

9 30 



4 45 


12 


7 10? 


5? 


10 55 


6 


4 49 


23 


12 


10 


8 55 


54 



12 

6 0? 
10 



10 

1 

12 20 



3 
3 
9 
5 
6 



15 

15 

48 







7 15 





S 


3 45 


12 


4 15 


10 


11 20 


20 


9 


6 



8 30 

6 30 

7 26 
10 32 

1 15 

1 

7 40 
10 15 

30 

SO 

10 43 
6 

8 .^6 

9 
S SO 



ft. 
lOJ 

15 

3i 

51 



9? 
9 

4 

2 

6 

12 

7 
15 

H 
5 



6 

H 

21* 

'3 

7 

74 

9 

H 



* From observations made in the month of September by W. Stanto&t liaater 

H.M. Surveying Brig Baracen. 





Hi^ 


Ksc 




Higl 


^ 1 


PlMtt. 


w2er, 
FnUand 






r\mee. 


Water, 
FnUand 
















Cliu.gr. 


apriOEiiMetp.. 




ChMgc. 


Bpriuo 


.--» 




k m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h.m. 


ft. 


ft. 


.k«Bi7,MBd>. 


i 30 


16 




Black Ball Harb., Iidsnd 


3 40 


9* 


H 


w.ci 








Rock. Raj of Fundv 


11 S9 


36 


31 


!«PL,Engl»d 


11 


14 


lOJ 


BlacksodRaj(yuiiy),Ir«- 


4 47 


10 


8* 


D,SlI]ttltt> - 


e 


S-S 




land. 








i^BnsU 


3 


5 




BUir Hwb, Chia* Sea, 


8 SO 


9 




,AiKM,W.CS«t 


S 30 


57 




W. Cit 








, Afr^ci. 5. C.L 


4 30 


7 




Blakenej-, Enfiland 








[Tastle. Qcddau 


6 as 


20 


ut 


(Bar) ., 


G 30 


IS 




W»]a. 








Blsnebc Port, Streaky 


1 


s 




<iT Bnrbnrra 


7 15 


9 




Bay, AiutniUai,S. Coast, 








>rAden)Aftiea, 








Eknlienberg. Bclginin - 
BkncoCBpe.Africa,lV'.C. 


13 48 

11 46 


13 
6 


11 


bn^mu 


4 30 


11? 




BlM,Saq,Mciico.W.CM. 


9 41 


6i 






I 30 


4 




La Plata 


3 


13 






S 


7 




Blaskellglawls, Ireland - 
RIewScIds, Moiquilu CoUt 


3 30 
1 50 


'i' 


B 


i:IrelmDdId,N. 


7 14 


4 




Bligh S.iimd, New Zea- 
land. 


10 45 


B 


6 


'Loch Boag, 


6 11 


11 


s 


Block Id., Uiiited€tate« 


7 36 


Si 


n 


Id. 








Bluff Cay. Bahsmaa 




** 




. L of Hairii, 


6 11 


13 


9i 


BluiFHBrb.,NewZeal»nd 


1 18 


8 












BIytb, EngUnd - - 


3 15 


15 


11 


Fefnt, Buiki 


6 30 


12 




K, Sonthwold. 

Engluid. 


10 ao 


6* 


*t 


IL, Golf St 


9 


IS 


7 


Bodega Port, California 


11 17 


4i 


34 










Bodkin Light, Uaiwd 


9 43 


u 


1 


Swcknd 


2 18 


IS 


Hi 


Statu. 








«BEark.Q.8t 


11 33 


6 


3 


Bojador Cape, Africa - 


IS 


8? 












ll..lt Eleaii. England - 


5 45 


15? 


11? 


h. (entrance). 


19 


S 




Rouihay Dockyard. Ilin- 
,lo061an. W. Coast. 


11 40 


13-17 




(Tacloii^g Id„) 


e 






Bonacc* I4,B«j ofHon- 


9 


It 




LCOML 








dana. 








Ttaagchow Id.) 


B 30 






Booaata, Spain - 


3 


12* 


8 


E.CWL 








It on aw, Scotland 








}. St. UvKDce 


3 IS 


14 


B4 


Bonne EsperancE Harb., 


9 15 


5 


2* 


., B. «rB«ogil, 


10 


14 




G.ofSl. LawivDcc. 














la 


Bonny H-CAfricD, Wat 


5 






EDgtand 


e 7 


16 




Booby. Island, Australia, 


4 30 


8 




liluid*, Atch 


10 10 


11-14 


9 


N. Coast 








I.A(HefcW.art. 








Bordeaux. Frame 


e 50 


14 


laj 


■! BiMO, 


11 


8 




Boria B., Magellan Strait 


1 so 


6* 




W.Crt. 








Borkuni (Road) Germany 


10 30 


8-10 




Oraiig;o 


10 


11 




Boscaitle, England 


5 15 




17i 


l.Aftic».W.at. 








Boston (Sluice). Enpland 


7 


13 




VVSpwn 


3 


13 




l")ee|}(Cl8yHole) „ 




SlJ 




. of Uextco - 


3 ao 


9 




— Hob Hole „ - 




17 




iiT. 


3 




( CbarleslDWD Xava! 


11 37 


"1 


10 




Kooo. 


6 




Yard) United Slates. 








Bl Choui So. 


11 30 


* 




Light.tJiiitedSlatea 

Botany Bay.Aoatralia.E. 


11 la 

8 15 


7-B 


H 




6 3 


30 


aai 


Cat 








1, Oiiaa S«i, 


5 4S 


6 






4 307 


15? 










Boucaut, Kninec • 


3 89 


Bt 


6 


d, ChiM S«, 


» 30 


6 




BoniJiton Harb.. Prince 


B 40 


5 


H 








EdvBTd Itlaod. 










4 
7 S9 


4-9 

Si 


*i 


Boulogne. Franco 
Bourbon Id., Indian Oce» 
Bouro(CajeIi Bay) Mo- 


11 SS 

,M«B«a 

1 


at 

Dkuld 

« 


19i 


V*rt,J»«lMi4 


1 44 


5 




loecai; 




1 





180 



Flace. 


High 


Rise. 


• 


High 


Ri 


Water, 
Full and 






Place. 


Water, 
Fnll and 












Change. 


Springs. Neaps. 


• 


Change. 


Springs. 


Bow Island, S. Pacific - 


h« m* 
2 40 


ft 
3 


ft 




h. m. 


ft 


Bowen Fort, Australia, E. 


9 35 


16 




Bulama Island (Areas 


10 10 


14 


Get. 








Channel), Africa, W. 






Bowling, R. Clyde, Scot- 


39 


9 




Coast 






las d. 








Bull Id., Newfoundland 


7 22 


H 


BoyannaB., Madagascar, 


4 30 


15 




BullsId.Bay,UmtedStates 


7 16 


5i^ 


W. Cst 








Bulls Mouth (AchiU 


5 38 


lai 


Bradore Bav, Labrador - 


8 45 


4 


2 


Sound, N. entrance,) 






Braha Harbour, New- 


7 0? 


2-3? 




Ireland. 






foundland. 








Bulsaur R., Hindoostan, 


1 45 


18 


Bramble Cay, Torres Strt. 


9 15 


12 




W. Cst 






Brandy Pots, River St 


3 


17 


10 


Buluagan O'sta Ana Port, 


12 


H 


Lawrence. 








Filipinas. 






Brass Biver, Africa 


4 


6 




Buucranna, Ireland 


5 40 


16 


Brava, Africa, E. Cst - 


4 30 


8 




Buncssan, Scotland 


5 24 


12 


Bray Head, Ireland 


10 45 


12 


n 


Burburra, see Berbereh. 






Brazos River, G. of Mexico 


irr. 


1| 




Burin Harbour, New- 


8 45 


H 


Br^hat, France 


5 51 


31 


23i 


foundland. 






Brest, France 


3 47 


19 


13} 


Bumtisland,Firth ofForth, 


2 24 


16i 


Bridgeport, United States 


11 11 


8 


H 


Scotland. 






Brid^ewater(Bar)England 


6 50 


35 


26i 


BumtIsle8,Eyles of Bute, 


n 50 


10 


BridlingtoD, England • 


4 39 


16 


12 


Scotland. 






Bridport, England 


6 5 


ni 


7J 


Burong I., China Sea - 


4 45 


7 


Brielle, Netherlands 


3 


5 




Burrard Inlet, Gulf of 


6 


16 


Brighton, England 


11 15 


19} 


16 


Georgia. 






Bristol (King Road) Eng- 


6 56 


44 


33 


Bushire, see Abu-shehr. 






land. 








Bussorah R. Bar, Persian 


12 




Britannia Bay, Sumbawa 


1 


11^12 




Gulf. 






British Sound, Mada- 


4 


H 




Busuanga, Burias Island 


12 30 


6 


gascar, E. Cst 








Button Islands, Hudson 


6 50 




Broad Sound, Australia, 


11 


20-30 




Strait 






E. Cst 








Byron Bay, Australia, E. 


9 45 


6 


Broadhaven Har., Ireland. 


5 


lOi 


H 


Coast 






Broadway R. (entrance), 


11 


7i 




Cape, Australia, 


9 45 


S 


China, E. Coast 








E. Coast 






Broken Bay, Australia, 


8 


6-9 




Cabita Bay, New Gra- 


3 40 


12 


E. Coast 








nada. 






Broom Loch (Ullapool) 


6 40 


14J 


loA 


Cacheo RivCT, Africa, W . 


7 45 


8 


Broughty Ferry, Scotland 


2 22 


14i 


n' 


Coast 






Brouwenshaven, Nether- 


2 15 


10 


8 


Cadiz, Spain 


1 45 


H 


lands. 








Caen, France 


10 57 




Bruit River, Borneo 


3 


11 




Cacrmarthen (Bar) 


6 10 


26 


Bruni R., China Sea, E. 


11 


12 




Caernarvon, Wales 


9 33 


1S{ 


Coast 








Calmites, St Domingo - 


8 0? 


1? 


Brunsbuttel, Germany - 


1 58 


9 




Caimlough, Ireland 


10 51 


H 


Brunswick B., Australia, 


12 


24 




Cajeli Bay, Bouro 


1 


6 


N.W. Cst 








Calais, France 


11 49 


19} 


Brush, YarmouthfEngland 




5i 


4i 


Calbuco Beach, Patagonia, 


1 15 


16 


Bubon Point, Port Barton, 


10 55 


6 




W. Coast 






China Sea, E. Coast 
Buctouche River, G. St. 

Lawrence. 
Budehaven, England 


3 30? 
5 45 


4? 
23 


2J? 
17 


Calcasieu Fort, Patagonia, 

W. Coast 

River, Gulf of 

Mexico. 
Calcutta, Bengal - 
Caldy Island, Bristol 

Channel. 
Calebar R., Africa, W. Cst 
Caledonia Harbour, New 

Granada. 
Calf Sound, Isle of Man- 


r 1 18 

" or 

I 47 


18 


Buenaventura Port, Cen- 
tral America (Negrilla 

ReeO. 
„ off the town 
Buenos Ayre8,S.America, 

E. Coast 
Buffalo R (entrance), 

Africa, S. Cst 


4 

6 
noon 

3 45 


13 

13 
irr. 


irr. 


2 30 
6 

5 
11 40 

11 17 


S4f 

9 

m 



181 



*lftce. 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Nci^s. 



oad8.Hmdoostan, 



lay. Pern 
;Ca5ilePi.),Eng- 

:,R.Tainar,£ng- 

jn, Babuyan, 

U. 

iaa Fort, Spain - 

g, Banda Sea, 

Harh., Australia, 

Coast 
on R, Africa, W. 

» 

11 Cape, New Zea- 

—Island South 

Ic. 

—Town, Gulf St 

race. 

ilHon, Scotland - 

he, Yucatan 

»eUo ( Welchpool), 

Fottdj. 

, Prance - 

Gut (Tlaister 
), NoTa Scotia. 
liar.,C. Breton Id. 
Cape, Africa 
BiTer (entrance), 

RiTer 



per Id.) 



In Mar. 

In May 
, & June 
(Citr) - - 
ttst Castle, Africa, 



ff 



ij Landing, U.S. 
liiTer, Ecuador- 
tte Harbour, G. of 



Wales - 

B, Wales - - 
— Bay, Prince 
rd iBlaDd. 
tg Bay, Australia, 



h« m. 


15 


5 47 


11 SO 


6 6 


6 


3 


noon 


12 


4 0? 


6 


12 


4 


11 45 


1 45 


11 21 


6 20 


9 10 


7 48 


10 


10 


2 40 


J 1 40 


2 40 


4 30 


8 19 


3 SO 


2 40 



pu, Patagonia, 



s Garayos Shoals, 



B, B. Tamar, 
Harbour, Kora 

L 

I Tmat, Gulf St 



btd(Baror Cran- 
>ouit>p Ireland. 



6 59 

7 1 

8 40 

11 45 
50 

2 
5 47 

10 

3 

11 



ft, 
5 

4 
13 

6 

15 
6 
S7i 



8 
43? 
10 

8i 

2i 
23i 

37 

6i 
10 
8 

6 

6 

10 

6 

38 

12 

5 

30 

10 



14j 



ft. 



14 



9^ 



6 

2 

20 

27 
3 



H 



5 

3 

29 
9 
3i 



10| 

4 

4 
11 



Place, 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



Carlisle Port, England - 
Carlos, San, Port, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast 

(Arenas Point) 

Patagonia W. Coast. 
(English Bank) 



Patagonia W. Coast 
Carlos, San. Port, Falk- 
land Islands. 
Carouge River, R. St 

Lawrence. 
Carrigaholt, Ireland 
Carsaig, Scotland 
Cartagena, New Granada 
Carteret, France 

Port, New 

Ireland. 
Cascumpeque H., Prince 

Edward Island. 
Cashla Bay, Ireland 
CasquctSyEnglishChannel 
Castlereagh Cape, Tierra 

del Fuego. 
Castletown, , Bearhaven, 
Ireland. 

Isle of Man - 

Castletownsend, Ireland - 
Castries B., G. of Tartary 
Castro, Patagonia, W. Cst 
Casuarina Point, China 

Sea, E. Coast 
Catharina Sta. I., Brazil - 
Cato Bank, Australia, E.C. 
Catoche Cape, Yucatiin - 
Cattawade Bridge, Stour 

River, England. 
Cavallilds., New Zealand 
Cavern Island, China Sea, 

E. Ck)a8t 
Cawee Islands, Gulf St 

Lawrence. 
Cay West, United States 

N.W. Channel, U.S. 

Cayenne, Gnayana 
Cayenx, France 
Cedar Cays, United States 
Cedeira, Spain, N. Coast 
Centre Id., (Foyeaux St) 

New Zealand. 
Ceram,\Vahaay Harhour, 

Moluccas. 
Cerros Id., California 
Ceuta, Africa, N. Coast • 
Chacachacara Id., Trin- 
idad, Caribbean Sea. 
Chacao Bay, Patagonia, 

W. Ckwst 
Narrows, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast 
Chalky Inlet, New 
Zealand. 



h. m. 


12 10 


11 15 


14 


4 


7 


7 15 


4 44 


5 28 


11 


6 25 


5 40 


4 33 


6 45 


2 50 


4 14 


11 10 


4 21 


10 30 


11 


9 30 


2 30 


8 15 


9 30 


1 8 


8 


9 30 


1 50 


9 30 


9 10 


3 45 


11 5 


51 


3 


12 15 


6 


9 10 


2 6 


3 30 


40 


1 15 


11 5 





ft 

20 
6 



8 

16 

14 
10 

H 
31 

6 



16 
15J 
4 

9J 

20 
lOj 

6 
18 

6i 

3 

I 

4i 

7 
5i 



H 

H 

6. 
27* 

3} 
15 

8 



7-9 
3J 

4 

14 

16 

8 



ft. 
14 



11 

lOj 

1 
22^ 



2 

12 



7^ 



16 
8 



5 



U 
21 



i 



182 





High 


Rise. 




High 


Ri« 


Place. 


Water, 
Full and 




Place. 


Water, 
Full and 








Springs. 3 




Change. 


Springs. Neaps. 




Change. 




h. m. 


ft. ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 


Chalmers Port, America, 


1 


13| 




Chittagong (Bar), Bay of 


1 15 


15 


N. W. Coast. 








Bengal, E. Coast 






Chame Bay, New Gra- 


4 


16 




ChoiseulPort, Madagascar, 


4 


5 


nada. 








E. Coast 






Chamisso Id., America, 


4 42 






Chosan Harb. or Tsau- 


7 45 


7 


N. W. Coast 








liang-hai, Japan Sea. 






Champion Bay, Australia 
W. Coast 


9 10 


1 




Christchurch, England - 


r 9 
t 11 30 


* 5 


Champlain R., St. Law- 


9 45 


3 


2 


Cbristianstsed, Santa 


7 30 


i 


rence. 








Cruz. 






Changchi Id., China, RC. 


9 30 


17 




Christmas Island, Indian 


10 




Changnes Ids. , Patagonia, 


35 






Ocean. 






W. Coast 








Christmas Harbour, Ker- 


2 


2 


Chapn Road, Hang-chu 
Bay, China, E. Coast. 


12 


25 




guelen Id. 












Chuen-pee Point, Canton 


2 


71 


Charles Cape, United 


7 45 


5 




River. 






States. 








Chusan Archipelago, 


9 40 


14 


Charles Id., Galapagos - 


2 10 


6 




(Vernon Channel,) 






Charleston, United States 


7 26 


6 


5 


China, E. Coast 






Charlottetown, Prince 


10 45 


9* 


7 


Tinghae, China, 


11 


12 


Edward Island. 








E. Coast 






Charlowka R., Lapland 


8 8 


12 




Circular Head, Tasmania 


12 


9 


Chateau Bay, Labrador - 


7 35 


H 


1 


Clam Point, R of Pundy 


8 27 


8i 


Chatham, England 


1 2 


m 


14 


.Clara Sta., I., Ecuador - 


4 


11 


Id., GaUipagos 


2 23 


H 




Clare I., Ireland 


4 38 


12^ 




1 


12 




Clarence Port, America, 


4 25 


^ 




N. W. Coast 








N.W. Coast 






Chatte Cape, United States 


12 


13 


8 


Clarence Harbour, Long 


8 30 


4 


Chauan Bay, China, £. 


11 


6* 




Island, Bahamas. 






Coast 








Clarke Harbour, Bay of 


8 40 


H 


Chausey, Isles de, France 


6 9 


35 


26 


Fundy. 






Cheduba, Bayof Bengal- 


11 30 


8 




Clear, Cape, Ireland 


4 


9 


Chee-fow Harb., Yellow 








Clearwater Point, Gulf 


11 30 


5 


Sea, see Chifn. 








St Lawrence. 






Chentabun River, China 


10 


5i 




Cleveland Bay, Aus- 


7 30 


10 


Sea, W. Coast 








traUa, E. Coast 






Chepo River, New Gra- 


3 40 


16 




Cley, England, N.E. Cst 




54 


nada. 








Clifden Bay, Ireland, W. 


4 30 


13* 


Chepstow, England 


7 30 


38 


28} 


Coast. 






Cherbaniani l&ef, Lacca- 


10 


7 


4 


C!linchFort,Femandina, 1 
United States - / 


7 53 


6J 


dives, Indian Ocean. 








Cherbourg, France 


7 49 


17 


123 


Clonakllty, Bay, Ireland 


4 30 


11 


Chesilton, England 


6 13 


lOi 


7 


Coacoacho Bay, G. of St 


10 30 


5 


Chester, England 


10 SO 


26 




Lawrence. 






Chester River (Rockhall 


5 23 


H 


1 


Cob\ja Bay, Bolivia 


9 54 


4 


Creek), United States. 








Cocagne River, G. St 


7 30? 


4? 


Chesterfield Islet, Aus- 


8 30 


5 




Lawrence. 






tralia, K Coast. 








Cochin Harb. and Road, 


1 


H 


Chetican, C. Breton Id. - 


8 15 


3i 




Hindoostan, W. Coast 




m 


Chichester, England 


11 30 






Cockbum Port, AfVica, 


4 15 


12 


Chifu, YeUow Sea 


10 


8 


6} 


E. Coast 






Chimmo Bay, China, E. 


10 20 


16 




Cockbum Sound, Aus- 


9 


i-H 


Coast. 








tralia, W. Coast 




M 


Chimney Id., Bees Pass, 


11 30 


12 




Cocken2ie,Firth of Forth, 


S 16 


\si 


China, E. Coast 








Scotland. 




^ 


Chinchew Harb., China, 


1^ 25 


17 




Cod Cape, United States 


11 30 


13 


E. Coast. 








Codroy Island, New- 


9 15 


6 


Chin-hae, Yung R, China, 


11 20 


m 




foundland. 






E. Coast 








Colarado River, La Plata 


4 


9 


Chipiona, Spain - 


1 34 


m 


8 


Colarados, R La Plata - 


3 40 


II 





High 


Rise. \' 


High 


E„. 1 




Water, 
FnUaud 






Place. 


Water, 
Full and 


















Change. 


^•^ 


N»p.. 




Change. 


Springs. 


Kaaps. 


niiig Inlet, Utuied 


h-n.. 

•7 38 


ft. 

51 


fL 


Cranford Bay, Mulroy 


h. m. 
8 3 


ft. 


ft 


(De. I«l.nd 
Ba;, Aiutnlia, 


6 Si 

11 45 


i' 


4 


Bay, Ireland. 
Crapaud, Prince Edward 
Island. 


10 


8 


« 


'.Cowl 

Point. ColDelliver. 


11 


14 


10 


Crimon Ids., Java Sea - 
Crinan, Scotland 


8 
4 49 


6 

6-8 


5 


lu>d. 

biU> Cy. Pearl 


3 


2 




Croc Uarbour.Neirfbuud- 
land. 


a .10? 


4? 




1, Cwibbnui S«L 








Cromarty, Scotland 


11 S6 


14 


It 


bo, Cejlon 

bia Rinr. (entr.) 


I 


7* 




Cromer, England 

Crow Hnrb., Nova Scotia 


7 

8 


6 


*h 


mo, K.W. Com. 








Crooked Id., Bahamas - 


7 






« Iiluidi, (Jo- 


3 30 


6i 




Crookhaven. Ireland ■ 


4 S 


9 


8 


la T.) lodiBD Ocean, 
o blwidi, (Mav- 


4 10 


llj 




Ciicao Bjy, Patagonia, 
W. Coasu 


la 


6 




L), Indian Ocean. 
ON RiTer, Africa, 

CoMt. 

. Inlet, Patagonia, 


10 


15 


llj 


Cuckolds Point, River 
Thames, England. 


1 45 


19? 


15? 


1 10 


17 


13j 


CnldaffBay.IrcUad.W. 
Coast. 


5 53 


Si 


" 


::aait. 
-aaui,Francr 


3 13 


13 


H 


Culehra or Passage Id., 


9 


I 




le. Cochin China - 
RiTcr, Africa - 


4 30 


4 
6 




CuiUo Id., ralagonift, W. 

Comtt. 
Culpepper Id.. Galapagos 




20 




m Ba J, FeniaD G. 


7 4S 


9i 




? 


? 




gpaJD 

n Hoad, France - 


3 46 


llJ 
31 


.;* 


CumberlandBasin, (Saek- 
villelBayofFondy. 

Cupchi Point, ChiQa,E.C. 

Cupica Bay, New Gra- 
nada. 

Curie use, Seychelles. In- 
dian Ocean. 


U 55 


*H 


38 


ncion Cove, Boliria 
r Cape, Austmlia, 
□aat. 

ai^N««fonndland 
Port, Kew 


10 

11 

7 as 

3 SO 


19 

n 


H 


8 
S 10 


7 




i,Ctale ■ - 


H ao 


6 




Curtis Port, AustraL'n, 
E. Coast. 


9 40 


10-13 




R<»d, England - 


3 


i*i 


1' 


Cutlyhunk, United Stales 


7 40 


4} 


3i 


.bo Bay, Chile - 
an l4bM.. France 


8 
3 37 


131 


101 


Cutwell Harbour, New- 


7 01- 


2-4? 




m River, Goayana 


6 10 


81 




Cuxbaren. Germany 








» &y Bay of 


9 10 


4-5 


3 


CujUr Harb,. California 


9 as 


S 


4 


al, W. Coa«t 
1 B. (Bar). Bay 


9 


5 




iiaggt Sound, New Zea- 


11 30 


s 


6 


ogal, W. Coaal. 








Dahouet, France 


G 5 


S3 


331 


B«y (Elobey 
1. Africa, W. CM. 


5 






Dalawan Bay, China Sea, 
E Coast 


11 


5 




[Penrow QiajJ, 


* 58 


ISi 


10 




86 








145 


S 




Coast. 
Dalhousie Uorb., G. St. 


3 lU 


g 




Inlet, S. Aoatralia 




8 












U. Cape, England 


4 35 


I8f 


13? 


Dalkey Island, Ireland - 


10 45 


13 


■ 1 


a. Spain - 

, Id. (Prairie BajX 


3 

4 35 


15 

17 


10 


"Iv^S"-"-^"" 


S 






. Lawrence. 
lUea, France 


T 


ao 


IS 


I'rt.. Tasmania 


la 5 

1 30 


10 


7 


■cherry, Ireland 


4 3S 


I?t 




W. Coum. 








tfc, England 


riO 45 

111 « 


};:! 


'1 


Bampier Strait. Moluccas 




11 




(W«t), England 


n 


W. Coast 


1 30 


1^ 








40 




Daraley Id., Torres Slrait 


9 30 


12 




1 BiTcr. Chile - 


S3 






DarCmouth, England ■ 


6 16 




10 


I. B. ot Hondo™ 


S 30 


H 




I)ar«iaB..Cho!seulSd., 


G 30 


H 




»|»nd, Birer St. 
Mice. 


a 34 


17 


13 


Falkland Island.. 











High 


Rise. 




mgb 


Rise. 


Place. 


Water, 
Fall and 




Place. 


Full and 












Change. 


Sprine.. 


N»p.. 




Change. 


Bprin«. 


N-. 




b. ■». 


ft. 


ft. 




h-m. 


ft. 


ft. 


D»rwm Port, Aurtralia, 




17-24 






11 13 


"1 


» 


H. Coa«. 








! Donegal Harb.. Ireland - 


5 18 


111 


■] 


Dauph ioFort.Madflgascar 


4 30 


7 




1 Doris Cove, Tierra del 


3 


* 




De Koompol. North Sea 


la so 


12 


8 


1 Fu.eo. 








Deal, England 


11 15 


16 


12* 


' Domock noad, Scotland 


U 47 


11 




Deep Point, Durian Strait 


5 


10 




Douglas. Isle of Man - 


11 IS 


30} 


It 


Deer Sound, Orkneys - 


10 30 


10 


■i 


. Hoad, Bahamaa - 


8 30 


4 


,? 


Delayoa Baj (Port Mel- 
viUe), AiHca. S. Cobs!. 


4 30 


IS 




1 Dover. EDglanJ 


11 13 


18} 








1 Downbam Reach, Orwell, 


IS 37 


IS 




(Portu- 


S 30 






Engbnd. 








i:ne!e Factory), ^U'rico, 








' Dragon* Month, Carib- 


3 


4 




S-Cout. 








bean Sea. 








Shefeen Id., 


4 40 


12 




1 Dravion JInrb,. St Juan 


3 


IS 




Africa, S. Coaw. 








de Fuca Strait 








Delaware ( Breok water). 


S 


H 


3i 




11 


llj 


) 


United Stutes. 








Duarl,IaleofMiill 


9 


12* 




DelfUyl, Qermnny 


11 15 


8-10 




DuMin{Bor). Irfland - 


U IS 


1S-I4 




DelpidoC.. Afriea,E. C. 


4 


16 


Hi 


, Dnmbarlun, Wcolland . 


20 


9 




Delhi River, Siiniaira - 


4 






Dunbar, Scotland 


S 8 


>4* 




Demerara P., GooyaDa - 




9 


6 




10 10 


8 




Denial Bay, Amtralia. 


U 15 


6 




COBtt 








8. Coast. 








Dunbeacon, Ireland 


3 61 


104 


r 


DeniBon Fort, AuRtralill, 
E. Const 


9 3(t 


6 




land. 

! Diindfllk, Ireland 


10 14 


lo' 


T 


Desire Port, PatagoQia, 


12 10 


18i 




10 56 


131 


jj 


E. Coast. 

Devon port Dockyard, 


5 43 


155 


Hi 


1 Duiidef. Scotland 
1 DimjrenesB, England 


2 .12 
10 4S 


31} 


!J 


England. 
Devghur Hnrliotir, llia- 


11 25 


9 




Dunk Island, AuslraUa, 
B. Coast. 


9 38 


6-10 




dooslan, W. CoesL 
Diflmood Island. B:iy of 


10 30 


8 




Dnnkerque, France 
1 Dunkerron, Kenmarc K., 


12 8 
3 45 


16J 

io| 


U 
1 


Bengal. 








Ireland. 






Poini, Malncca 


12 


H 




. Dii.imanusHBrb.,Ir.>iand 




9* 


J. 


Strait. 








Dunmore, Ireland 




ISl 
IS 




Diego, San, Bay, Cali- 
foniia. 


9 38 


5 


33 


I Dumford Port, Africa, 

E. Coast. 


4 45 




Diepo. Kan, Caiie,Tierra 


4 SI) 


10 




Dusky Bay, New Zealand 


11 IS 


10 


t 










I>vina (Bar), While Sea 




31 




Gareii Island, 


1 30 


G 




Dyer Id.. Africa. S. Csl. 








Indian Ocean. 
Ramirez Ids., Tieira 


4 


C 




ICpLsrtnic Sonnd. Seollanil 
Easter Id, South PaeiSe 


3 10 
2 


10-12 




delFuego. 

Dielette, Rinoe - - 








East Cape, New Zealand 


8 55 


7 




C 40 




30J 


Point, Prince Edward 




3* 




Diepi>C France - 


11 6 




20j 


Island. 






I«g''yG"t.B'rfFui.dj- 


11 


1 


23 




6 32 






Dingle, Ireland 


3 51 


•i 




9 30 






Discovery Port, America, 


S 30 


7 




E. CoiiBt. 








H.W. Coast. 
Dislocation Ilurb,, Tierra 


1 40 


4 




1 W Coast. ■ 


13 30 


5 




de) FiieKo. 










T 15 


c 




Din Lshiui, Ilindoostao, 


2 


G 




EdBurtown, United Slatea 


13 16 


«4 




W. Coast. 








lilina, AJrica. W. Coast 






Dives, France 


9 39 


31 


16 










MTTPt, Bay of Bengal 




5 




liivtr Africa. 










7 33 




7 


Ere Id. Li., United State* 




J 




Dod«.doweBay,0,lon 


1 50 


u 










Dodo River, Bight of 


4 17 


a 




Egmont Bay, Prince 


S 






Benin. 








Edward Island. 








"SS.^a^- 


13 






Port, falkUnd 

Islands. 


7 30 


11 







High 


Ei. 




High 


^ 1 


Pbec 


Water, 
FoUand 




Place. 


Water, 
Fall and 


















Ch«,g*. 


S^ 


N»I». 




Cbange. 


Springs 


Neaps. 


OTd, Fa:r«e I<k. 
OVUM. Gerni«ny 


h. m. 
U 
12 




ft. 


Famine Ton. MngellaD 

Strait 
Fane Id.,Pliinipflr Sound, 


b. m. 
13 


ft. 


ft. 


iia. Port. P.I.- 
E-CoMi. 


* 


'" 




irr. 


12 




Bbj, Ecuidor . 

.^,. M^ 

ort.Laay 

.fFtoly. ^ 
ort.Aiatralia.S.C 
Gemumj 
«r.(o=wrbn<,y). 


1 la 

5 
9 94 


5-6 

5 
13 


4 
lOi 


Oregon. 
Ti«raingiiId„S. Pacific - 
Fanu J Hole, Mnlroj Uaj-. 

Ireland. 
Fansiak Channel, Canton 

IL, China, E. Coait 


C 17 

I 


4 
9J 

•i 


8 
5 


19 
10 

10 30 


S-6 

6-10 
10 




Farallon,Sonlh, California 

Vnreham (cIobb to the 
Upper Quay), Knglnnd, 

Bridge, Eng- 
land. 

Farewell, Cape. Ntw 


10 37 

11 48 

11 51 
d 30 


14 


34 

8i 

10 




a 


S-10 




Zealand. 
Fafc*iiio, Japan Sea 


H 


5 




— Sirdl, Ann- 

, N. Cossi. 

(0 Harlmar, Japan 

,Bai.k.S«nCwl<», 

ronU. W. CoMi. 

■ HuboDT.ADlJKIUI 

iR,Dcl»gCMiBuj, 

Bar, Japan Se« - 
Bar. (I'.hwan) 

* Sea, E. C«ut. 
Bay, Barrow Strt. 
■BlrtT, lligburr 

.England. 

Fnixe 

n or FntnDa, S. 


1 

5 30 
4 


31 

c 




Fajal, Azores, Atlantic 

Ocean. 
Fc^nr. Cape. River. 

United SuicH. 
Fecamp. France 


11 45 

7 19 
10 4* 


H 


IB 


T 30 

10 10 

19 6 
a 40 

s ia 
r 34 


9 
S 

4 
6J 

8 
IGf 

33i 


llj 
54} 


Fenit,Tr8leeBay.IrelsDd 
Feolin Ferrj-. Jnta 
Femandina, ClinebFort, 

United Stales. 
FemandoNoronhalslana, 

S. Atlantic 
lY-rnuDdo Po, BiglU of 

Biafra. 
Ferro, Caoary Ida. 
Ferrol, Spain - - 
Filey Bay. England ~ 
Pinisterre, Cape, Spain - 


4 3 

4 41 
7 53 

4 

4 

12 30? 

3 

4 30 


>4 

6l 
6J 

G 

7 

B7 
15 
16 


6i 
lit 


CMC. Pc, Gulf Si. 


4 10 


* 


a* 


Fi»hHd..G.Manan,Bjy 
ofFnndy. 


11 IG 


9S4 


1.1 


B S^to, C, Ma- 
ui StrsiL 


B 30 


36-49 




Fishgnard, Wales 
Fill-Hoy Id., Auslralia. 


6 56 
9 15 


r'l 


!J 


nalt, St. Juan de 
a Strut.* 


im 


7-10 


5-8 


v.. Coast. 
FiWroy Port. Falkland I. 


4 41 


6 




:lon Port, Anstralia, 


3 a* 


13 






irr. 
4 30 


9-3? 
16 


13 


•u. San, Port, Pala- 
ia.W. Coast, 
t Port America, 
r. CoaM. 


IS 

1 15 


n 




Flamenco Port, Chile - 
Fbtbolm Ids., Bristol 

Cbanni^L 
Fleetwood Port, England 


e S4 

11 13 


6 
37? 

26i 


28? 
19} 


Tli*U. Palaeoaia, 


1 


5 




Wyre Light - 

Flpsb Bay, or Bay t^t. 


11 11 

3 30? 


37 
67 


,4 


Bit. England - 
■.Balumaa 


e St 
7 30 


1i 


" 


Uraj, Africa, ,S, Coast. 
Fleur-de lis Uarb., New- 


7 0? 


9-4? 




Mlh, Scotland - 
p'oR. Anstralia S.C. 


3 IS 

10 30 


15? 
6 


11? 


FlInderaGroup.Anatralia, 


9 15 


8-13 




POM,AusIralia.S.C. 


11 




H 


E. Coast. 

Florida Cape, Uniteil 


8 3* 


13 


It 


sd Sound (N. ea- 
jm), Palkknd Ids. 


6 4S 






Flushing. Belgium - - 


190 


16 




(8. entrance) 

4itb. England 
Point, Bay of Bengsl, 
Coajt. 


7 
4 57 

8 


16 
6 


19 


Fog Ids., Ilang-cbu B., 
China, E. Coaat. 

FoUuilone, England 


1145 

7 30 

11 7 


17 

4 


16i 



■ Jf»7 1« October from Uidniglu to 3 h 



Korember to April from Noon to 3 pm. 



186 





High 


Rise. 




High 


Bii 


«. 


Place. 


Water, 
Full and 






Place. 


Water, 

Full and 








1 








Change. 


Springs.! Neaps. 




Change. 


Spriogs. 


Ncv 




h. 


m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. in. 


ft. 


it 


Folly Point, Petitcoudiac 


11 


49 


45 


38 


! Gambia R, Africa, W.C. 


8 10 


6-9 




River, B. of Fiindy. 










' Gambler Ids., Australia, 


1 50 


3 




Fongwhang Group (Bul- 


8 


30 


17 




S. Coast. 








lock Harb.) China W.C. 










Garroch Head 


11 49 


10 




For^ados River, Bight of 


4 


22 


5 




Gaspe Basin, Gulf St 


2 40 


5 


s 


Benin. 










' liiwrence. 








ForecarreahR,Africa, W .C. 


7 


40 


11 




Gay Head, United States 


7 37 


7 




Formby Point, England - 


10 


35 


28 




i Geby, Fohou Id., Gilolo 




5 




Formoza Mt., Malacca Strt. 


8 





11 


8^ 


Passage, Moluccas. 








FortDauphin,8t.Domingo 


7 





5J 


3| 


Geelong Harbour, Aus- 


2 50 


Si 




Fortune Bay, Patagonia, 





50 






tralia, S. Coast 








W. Coast 










George Cape, Nova Scotia 


9 15 


4 


1 


Foulness, Crouch River, 


12 


5 


14J 


lOj 


George d'Elmina, St 


4 30 


6 




England. 










Africa, W. (^ast. 








Fowey, England 


5 


14 


15 


11} 


Port, B. of Fundy 


11 17 


32 


tt 


Fowlers B.,Au8tralia,S.C. 


10 


30 


6 




St, Basin, Aus- 


12 15 


25 




Fox Bay, Falkland Ids. - 


7 





6 




tralia, N. W. Coast 








Foyle Lough (Warren- 


6 


20 


6J 


5 


Shoals, United 


10 30 


7 




point), Ireland. 










States. 








Foynes Island, Ireland - 


5 


35 


15^ 


12 


Georges, St., Sound, G. 


1 31 


li 


H 


France, Port de, New 


8 


25 


4 




of Mexico, Mid en- 








Caledonia. 










trance. 








Francis, St, Bay, Tierra 
del Fuego. 


4, 


o 














*W 


\j 






Georgetown, UnitedStates 


UT, 

8 40 


« 


Francisco, San (North 


12 


6 


4i 


34 


South Island, 


7 56 


3| 


Beach^, California. 
Fraser Kiver (entrance), 










United States. 


■ 


^M 




6 


30 


7-10 




Geriah Harbour, Hin- 


2 40 


9 




Columbia. 










dbostan, W. Coast. 








Fraserburgh, Scotland - 


40 


11 


8i 


Germain St., France 


6 20 


34 


29 


Frechette Id., River St. 


8 





14 


9" 


Ghubbet Ne, Socotra, 


7 


7 




Lawrence. 










Indian Ocean. 








Frederick Reef, Aus- 


8 





6 




TTnfihiRh A mhiii 


10 


10 








tralia, E. Coast 










S.E. Coast 








Frederickshaab, Green- 


6 


3 


12i 


n 


Gibraltar, Spain 


2 20 


34 




land. 










Gigha Sound, Scotland - 


2 22 


4 


1 


Friedericb8tadt,Denmark 


2 


37 


9 




Gijon Bay, Spain, N. CJst 


3 15 


15 




Frio Porto, Brazil 


2 


40 


4i 




Gilmorris Id., Africa, W. 


6 


11 




Froward Cape, Magellan 


1 









Coast. 








Strait 










Gizree Bunder, Indus, 


9 50 


7 




Fugloe Fiord, Faroe Ids. 


11 


15 


H 


4i 


Hindoostan, W. Coast 








Funchal Bay, Madeira - 


12 


48 


7 




Glasgow, Scotland - - 


I 25 


9 


5 


Funk Id., Newfoundland 


7 


0? 


2-3? 




Port, Scotland - 


18 


9 




FuryCove,Patagoma,W.C. 


I 


15 






Glenan Res, France 


3 12 


13 


U 


Harbour, Tierra del 


2 


30 


4 




Glennie Ids., Bass Strait 


12 SO 






Fuego. 










Gloucester (3ape, Tierra 


1 30 


5 




Fury Id., Tierni del Fuego 


2 


30 


4 




del Fuego. 








Fury and Hecla Strait, 


7 





8 




Harbour, Uni- 


11 4 


10} 


1 


Arctic Regions. 










ted States. 




^ 




Gaboon R., Africa, W.C. 


5 


30 


3 




Gluckstadt, Germany - 


3 9 


10 




Galang Bay, Hainan Id., 






4-5 




Goa, Hindoostan, W.C. - 


11 30 


6 




China Sea. 










Godbout River, Gulf St 


1 52 


11 


\ 


Gallant Port, Magellan 


9 





5i 




l4iwrence. 








Strait 










Goeree (West Gat) 


1 45 


7 




GaUe, Pointe de, Ceylon, 


2 





2 




Gollonsir Socotra, Ind. 


7 20 


8 




S. Coast 










Ocean. 








GallegosPort, Patagonia. 


8 


50 


46 




Golovnin Bay, America, 


6 23 


3} 




R Coast 










N. W. Coast. 




^ 




GallinasR., AfHca, W. C. 


6 


45 


4 




Gomera, Canary Ids. - 


12 45? 


9? 




GaUoway (Mull of) - 


11 


15 


15? 


12? 


Gometra, Loch Tuadh, 


5 29 


Hi 


[ 


Galway, Lneland 


4 


35 


14| 


11 


LofMulL 




• 




OalTcston, G. of Mexico 






l| 


} 


(jronaivesBayyStDomiDgo 


8 


1 







High 


Bise. 




High 


B». 1 


Place 


Water, 
Full and 




Place. 


Water, 

Full and 


















Change. 


Bpringi 


Neap.. 




Cb„„. 


Bpringa 


Ncapt 




h.in. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 


A. 


B.T^M,«oni.,W. 


30 


7 




Grenadines, Caribbeelds 




'i 




•t. 








Grey Port, Swan River, 


9 


I-li 




Hope. Cpe ot, 


9 






AuMraiia. W. Coast - 








M,E.Coi»I. 








Greytown, Mosquito Cst 


S 


It 




Ne«s R, Amerim, 


6 15 


13* 




Gribdnika Pt While Sea 


4 50 


3 




W.COMU 








Griffith I., Barrow Strait 


12 IS 


3} 


2J 


Succoi B«j, Tier™ 


4 3 


6-8 




Griguet Bays, NewfooDd- 


7 0? 


2-3? 




Fnego. 








Und. 








r.c«<kc«it™i«x 








GriniBby, Eagland 


5 36 


19i 


IB 


dOORHD, W. C««. 








11 47 


41 


34} 


Ore, Newfennd- 


7 0? 


2-3? 




FuDdy. 








L 








Grisnea Cape, France - 




2U 


16| 


Port, New £aJ>i.d 


S 30 


U 




Grondine.lt. St Lawrence 


9 1) 




6 


9 


8 


6 




6 30 


2 




' BMd, Tiemdel 




8 




Guarmey Bay, Peru 








sgo. 








Gnalulco. Mexico, W.C. 


1 30 






«n. Ids. Anrtrali., 


6 






Guayaquil, Ee oador 


7 






Co*M. 








Guayma^ Mexico, W. C. 








I UUnd, AuitnOw. 


6 *5 






Gnemsey. (St Peler 


6 37 


26 


iBi 


CouL 








Port,) English ChaoDel. 








f, France 


7 6 


aa 


I'i 


Guia Narrows, FaCaKoniu, 








u. Cape, Hu-bonr, 




2 




W. Coast 








T *f HoodwM. 








Goinciios Kay. BahamBs 


7 40 


3 




i Cenot, Africa, 


5 20 


4 






8 30 






CooA 








GundaTee R, (entrance). 


2 






.H»rb..Gd.M»iuui, 


11 7 


21 


17i 


Hindoostan, W. CoMt 








r of Fiindy. 








Giinflect Sand, EQcland - 


TI 40 


IS 




Ldiou, Africa, 


4 ao 


4 




Gutzlaff Id., China, E.C. 








C«at. 








Gnysboroug!,. Novn 


8 20 


6k 


-It 


d Fauage, B. of 


10 43 


20J 


17 


Scotia. 








dJ^^MMritioi - 








Gweedore (Bnnkeg), Ire- 






8 


1 


1* 




land. 








- Riutlco, Prince 


6 40 


4 




Haarlem, Netherlands - 


9 






imd bland. 








Habitable Id.. Laplind - 


7 9 








7 55 


H 


4i 


Habilanla Harb., C. Bre- 


8 20 


6i 


*i 


pe BWOB Id. 








1 ton, Id. 








d« Pmot, Chile - 


9 45 






1 Uaimun Bay, China, E. 








ton Pier. ScotUiid - 




16 


I2i 

27j 


Coast 








TlUe, France 


fl 13 




Haiti Cape, St Domingo 


6 


3 




elinea, France 


IB 


19 


15 


Hai-yon tau. (Thornton 




12 




jsend. EnElaud 
(BaiTieT,ld.{Nii«le 


1 10 


Hi 




Haven), Yellow Sea. 








S 25 


10 


7 


Hakluyt Head. Nova 


1 30 






TC). New Zealaod. 








ZembU. 








t BaJTi«r Reef, Aul- 


48 


7 




Hak«iadi Harb., Teio 




3 




li».E. Coast 








bland, Japan. 








1 FUh Bay. Africa, 


2 30- 


5-67 




Hali&i, Nova Scotia - 


7 49 




5 


.Cout 








Halt Bay, Patagonia, W. 


30 






t St Lawrence 


8 30 


7 




CWt. 
















Hamburg, Germany 


5 29 


ei 




Inun Bar. ire\Mi>i 


4 39 


151 


"i 


Hamilton Port (Korea), 


6 30 


11 




B laland, BiTer, St. 


2 4S 


IS 


H 


Yellow Sea. ' 
















Hammerfeet Norway - 








MUtk Point, Ire- 


11 2 


14 


lU 


Hammond Knoll, Eag 


7 40 






d. 








l«.d, E. Coast. ^ 








lock, Scotland - 


1! 8 


9i 


9i 


Hang.chu Bay (Sesham 


11 45 


14 




,«ich, England - 


1 43 


IS 


16 


Id..), Chba, E. Coast 








jry Bay, Magellan 


9 45 


S3 




(Fog Ids.) - 


11 45 


17 




ait- 








tC'^P™ •"■) 


la 






ids (St George 
rb,>, Caribbee Ids. 


















'* 


i 


Hanocer Sound, Bahamas 


a IS 


32 

4 


3 



188 



riace. 



Harbour of "Mercy, Ma- 
gellan Strait. 

Harbour Grace, New- 
foundland. 

Harbour Id., Nova Scotia 

Hardy Port, New Zealand 

Harrington Port, England 

Hartlepool, England 

Harwich, England 

Hastings, England 

Harbour,Bay of 

Bengal, E. Coast 

Hatteras Inlet, United S. 

Haute Isle, Bay of Fundy 

Havana, Cuba 

Haverfordwest, Wales - 

H&vre, France 

Hawke R, New Zealand 

H6aux Lights, France - 

Heawandou Pholo Atoll, 
Maldives. 

Heda Bay, Japan Sea - 

Helena St, Bay, Africa, 
W. Coast 

Id., a Atlantic 

StSound,U.S. 

Helgoland. German Ocean 

Helier, St,Jersey, English 
Channel. 

Hell Gate Approaches, 
United States. 

■ Long Id., 

(Blackwells Dock). 

N. of Astoria 



Ferry. 



Pot Cove, 



High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. 



liise. 



Springs. 



(S.E. part). 
Wards Id., 

(Paupers Dock). 
Hellevoetsluis, Nether- 
lands. 
Henlopen Cape, United 

States. 
Henry Cape, United States 
Henry Port, Patagonia, 

W. Coast. 
Heron Islet, Capricorn 
Grroup, Australia, E. C. 
Herradura Port, Chile - 

Nicoya Gulf - 

Hewett Bay, Tierra del 

Foego. 
Hevbndge, Blackwater, 

Kiver, England. 
Hie-chechin Bay, China, 

E. Coast 
Hicks Bay, New Zealand 
Hiertiiig, Jutland 
Higbees, Cape May, 
^United States. 



h. m. 
1 22 

7 30? 



7 
9 

11 
3 

12 



40 
55 

5 
28 

6 



10 53 

10 40 

7 4 

11 21 

6 42 
9 51 

7 50 
5 45 
9 30 



2 30 

3 11 
7 8 

11 33 
6 25 



9 59 

9 48 

10 48 

10 9 

2 30 

8 

7 40 
12 

9 

9 8 

3 9 
30 

12 20 

7 

9 
2 45 

8 33 



ft 

4 

7? 

6i 
8 

26 

15 

lU 
24 

13i 

2i 
33 
3 

H 

22 

3 
31 

5 

6J 



3 

9i 
30| 



G 

6J 
8i 
6i 
8 

4 
5 

10 

5 
10 
64 

12 



Neaps. 



7 
5 
6i 



ft. 



4i 
6 
19 

9? 
17* 



2 

28j 

24 
18 

23^ 



6 

m 
4 

21^ 



5J 

61 

5 

6 



8 



" 



Place. 



5i 



Port), Bonin Islands. 
Hillswick Firth, Shetland 
Hilton Head,United States 
Hirtshals, Jutland 
Hobarton, Tasmania 
Hoe-e-tow Bay,China, £. 

Coast 
Hokianga K. (entrance), 

New Zealand. 
Hokianga R. (Kokohn) 

New Zealand. 
Hollesley, England 
Holmes Hole, United 

States. 
Holsteinborg, Greenland 
Holy Island, England - 
Holyhead, Wales 
Hon-cohe Bay, China 

Sea, W. Coast 
Hondenklip Bay, Africa, 

S.W. Coast 
Honfleur, France 
Honghai B., China, E. C. 
Honoruru, Sandwich Ids. 
Hooetow B. China, E. Cst 
Hongkong, China, E. C. 
Hoogly R, ( W. entrance). 
Bay of Bengal, W. C. 
Hope Harb.,Falkland Ids. 
Horn Cape, Tierra del 

Fuego. 
Horn or Blaavand Point, 

Jutland. 
Horton Bluff, B. of Fundy 
Hougue La, France 
Hourdel, France 
Ilout B., AfKca, W. Cst 
Houtman Bocks, Aus- 
tralia, N.W. Coast 
Howden, E. Tyne, Eng- 
land. 
Howe, West Cape, Aus- 
tralia, S. Coast 
Howth Harbour, Ireland 
Huacho Bay, Peru 
Huafo Islands Patagonia, 

W. Coast 
Huapilinao Hd., Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast 
Huasco Port, Chile 
Huildad Inlet, Patagonia, 

W. Coast 
Hukkar R. (entrance), 
Hindoostan, W. Coast 
Hull, England 

Bridge, Crouch R, 

England. 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Change. 



m[^ 



SpringdSd 



Hillsborough Bay, Prince 
Edward Id. 
Island (N< 



h. 


m. 


10 45 


11 


32 


9 


45 


7 


19 


4 


28 


8 





IS 


15 


9 


45 


10 15 


11 


SO 


11 


43 


6 


30 


2 


30 


10 


11 


11 


30 


2 


30 


9 


29 


10 





4 





12 


15 



10 15 
10 

8 10 
4 40 

1 44 



9 

11 9 
4 45 

12 

1 25 

8 30 
48 

10 30 

6 29 
12 25 



ft 

n 
1 

4 
16 

10 

10 

8? 
11 

10 

15 

16 

5 

5i 
23| 

2 
16 

4| 

10} 

7 
9 



t 






12 30 


48 


8 42 


184 


11 26 


27i 


2 20 


5 


11 30 


2i 



12 



13 
3 
7 

154 

6 
16-20 

11 

20} 
16 



189 



Plaee. 



ffigh 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Eise. 



Springs. 



B., Yellow Sea 
: Bay, California 
L, Bass Strait - 
•It, Australia, E. 

imbcr), England 

Denmark 
United States - 
., Africa, W. C. 
e, England 
de, Brazil 
td*, Africa, W. 

t, Filipinas 

ahamas 

ble Id., Gala- 

ly, Florida 
izree Bunder), 
Stan, W. Coast 
eR.,Africa,E.C. 
, Ireland 
Ireland 
Ireland, W. 

pe, Tierra del 

t. White Sea - 
Scotland 
Scotland 
or Rd., Aus- 
. Coast 
d, Scotland - 
'England 
Jnited States - 
»d, Peru 
^ Bermudas - 
Cape, Magellan 



rbour, Choiseul 

kland Islands. 

1 - - 

oadres, R. St. 

3e. 

s, ^Vfrica, W. C 

Jape, Arabia, 

ast 

England 

OTt San, Ticao 

anas. 

ort(N.Head), 

a. 

. Domingo - 

Qindoostan, W. 

(Adam Core), 

N. side, Gal- 



{ 



h. m. 

2 30 

12 2 

11 30 
9 45 

10 

12 

2 3G 
12 22 

1 

5 42 

12 30 

3 

12 
8 

1 56 

8 23 

9 50 

4 15 

4 34 

5 10 
4 36 

2 

11 55 

12 
12 18 

8 



5 11 
12 35 
11 26 

8 45 

7 4 
1 

5 20 

8 53 
4 25 

6 35 

9 

4 44 
6 30 

8 15 

irr. 
11 35 

2 14 

2 34 



ft. 
8 

5i 
8 

6-7 



} 



7i 



9 

4 

6 

27i 

5 

8-10 

6 

H 

7 

10 
12i 
11 
12i 



16 

10 

12 

9 

11} 
134 
lOi 

5 

4 

8 



7 
17 

13 
10 

21 
6 



2-3? 
9 

5 

5 



Neaps. 

ft. 
4J 



3 

4 

2li 

4 



2i 



IJ 






H 

8J 



10 



15 



n 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



James Id., W.' end, Gal- 
apagos. 

R.(CityPoint)U.S. 

Jask Cape, Persian Gulf 
Jebogue, Bay of Fundy- 
Jedore, Nova Scotia 
Jekatarina Ids.. Lapland 
Jerba, Mediterranean - 
Jericoacoara, Brazil 

Jersey(St.Helier),English 
Channel. 

(Rosel) 

Jervis Bay, Australia, E. 

Coast. 
Jezirat Arabi, Persian 

Gulf 

Hamar-al-nafur, 

Arabia, S.E. Coast 

Jun Persian Gulf 

Kabr 

Kais 

Kharg or Kareg 

Larek 

Tumb 



»» 



»» 



»» 



>» 



M 



Jiddah, Red Sea « 
Jijginsk Id., White Sea - 
Joao San, Brazil 
Johanna Id., Comoro Ids., 

Mozambique. 
John St , Bay of Fundy - 

-, Newfoundland 

, River, Africa, 

S. Coast. 

River, U.S. - 



Jonquiere Bay, Gulf of 

Tartary. 
Joombas River, Africa, 

W. Coast. 
Jooria, Hindoostan, W.C. 
Josef, San, Port,Patagonia. 

K. Coast. 
Jourimain Island, New 

Brunswick. 
Juan de Nova, Madagascar 
Juan Fernandez I., Chile 
Juan San, Porto Rico - 

San Port, Peru - 

Juby Cape, Africa 
Judith Point, United States 
Jukan Ids., Lapland 
Julian, San, Port, Pata- 
gonia, E. Coast 
Julianshaab, Greenland - 
Julien, St, Harbour, 

Newfoundland. 
Junk River, Africa, W. C. 
Junkseylon Id. (E. Side), 

Malacca Strait 
Jura Island, (E. Side) 

Scotland. 
Feolin Ferry 



} 



h. m. 
3 10 



2 
6 

10 

» 

4 

6 

3 

11 

6 



11 

4 
45 
23 
10 
30 
25 



6 15 
6 20 

6 30? 

9 30 

11 30 

45 

8 

10 15 



5 15 

6 24 

3 30 

11 21 

7 30 

4 



7 28 
10 

8 10 

2 

10 

9 30 



9 
8 
5 

7 
9 



30 

2 

10 

32 





10 45 

5 6 
21a.m. 
30 P.M. 

5 45 
10 



>» 



4 56 



4 41 



Rise. 



SprinffA. 

ft. 
5 

3 

6 

15 

6i 
10 

7 
12 
30j 

30 
6-9 



10 
10 

H 

8 

2 

4 

14 

27 
7 
5 

H 

6 



16 
30 



5 
4 

n 

3 

8 

33 
13 

30 
7 

5 
Hi 

r4 



Neaps, 
ft. 

2J 

5 
21| 
21J 



10^ 



23 



124 
25 



3i 

5 
3 



n 

u 



190 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs 



Neaps. 



Kaikora Penin, New Zea- 
land. 
Eaipara Harb. (entrance). 

New Zealand. 
Kalgalakska, White Sea 
Kalian Point^Bank a Strait 
Kandalaksha, White Sea 
Kanushin Cape,White Sea 
Kapiti Island,NewZealand 
Karachi Harb. (entrance) 

Hindoostan, W. Coast 
Karakoa Bay, Owyhee - 
Kata, Japan Sea - 
Katwyk, Netherlands - 
Kawan Id , New Zealand 
Kawhia Harb., New Zea- 
land. 
Kedewarry, Hindoostan 
Keelacarry, Ceylon 
Kedgeree, Bay of Bengal 
Keeling Islands (Port 

RefUge), Indian Ocean. 
Kegashka B., G. St Law- 
rence. 
Kelung Harb. (Formoza), 

China Sea, E. Coast. 
Kenmare R. (W^Cove), 

Ireland. 
Kenn Reef, Australia, E. 

Ck>ast 
Kennebec River (Hanni- 

wells Point), U.S. 
Kent Island, Bass Strait 
Kentish Knock, England 
Kejppel Bay, Austndia, £. 

Coast 
Keret, White Sea 

Point White Sea 

Kergaelen Island, Indian 

Ocean. 
Kesm, Persian Gulf 
Kettle Cove, United States 
Kh6r Jerameh, Arabia, 

S.K Coast 
Kilbaha, Ireland 
Kilda, St, Hebrides - 
Kildin Id., f^pland 
Kilkieran Coye, Ireland . 
Killala Bay, Ireland 
Killeany Bay, Arran Ids., 

Ireland. 
Killingholme (Hmnber 

R), England. 
Killybegs, Ireland 
Killyleagb, Ireland 
Kilmichael Point, Ireland 
Kilrosh, Ireland 
Kincardine, Firth of 

Forth, Scotland. 
King Id., Bass Strait - 



b. m. 
n 30 

10 55 

6 50 
8 17« 
25 
54 




d 
11 

9 
10 30 



3 
6 
2 
6 
9 

9 
11 
11 

5 



49 
4 
30 
30 
30 

57 



30 

SO 



10 45 

10 30 
3 52 

8 

11 15 

11 10 
11 47 

9 30 

3 8 

4 30 
2 

11 
7 48 
9 30 



4 
5 
6 

4 
5 

4 



16 
30 
45 
34 
22 
28 



6 2 

5 16 
12 40 
8 30 
4 42 
2 53 

1 



ft. 
8 

10 

7 
12i 

7 
15 

6 
9* 



6i 
5 

10 

12 



10 
5J 

H 

9-14 

6 

5i 

2 

12 

5 

10 

13 

12 
15i 
lOi 
134 

19} 

Hi 
11 

14 
17} 



ft. 
6 

8 



H 



8 



4i 



H 



11 

8 

10 

15J 

84 

H 
3 

104 

15 



Place. 



High 
Water, 
Foil and 
(Change. 



Rise. 



King Port, Falkhmd Ids. 
Kingstown, Ireland 
Kinsale, Ireland 
Kinsiang Point, China, £. 

Coast. 
Kircubbin, LreUind 
Kirindi, Ceylon 
Kirkcudbright, Scotland 
Kirkwall, Orkneys 
Kishm, see Kesm. 
Kitnapatnam, Bay of 

Bengal, W. Coast 
Knox Bay, America, N. 

W. Coast 
Koepang, Timor - - 
Kokohu, New Zealand - 
Kok-si -kon Prt ( Formosa) 

China Sea, £. Coast. 
Koombanah B., Australia, 

W. Coast. 
Koree R (Monda Point), 

Hindoostan, W. Caut 
Kouloi River 
Kou Zomen, White Sea- 
Koweit, Persian Gulf - 
Krakatoa, Strait of Snnda 
Kuper Port, America, N. 

W. Coast 
Kuriyan Mnriyin Bay 

and Islands, Arabia, 

S.E. Coast 
Kurrachee, see Karachi. 
Kweshan Ids., China, K 

Coast 

Ky«*m Rirer, White Sea 
Kykduin, Netherlands - 
Kyle Akin, Loch Alsh, 

Scotland. 
Kyle Rhea, Scotland 
La Poile Bay, New- 
foundland. 
Labuan Id., China Sea, 

E. Coast 
Labyrinth Ids., Magel- 
lan Strait 
Lacul Harb., St Domingo 
Lady Bay, Australia, S.C. 
Lady Elliot Islet, Aus- 
tralia, E. Coast 
Lagos, Portugal 

River, Bight of 

Benin. 

liaguimanoc Port, Lozon 
Laguna de Termmoa, G. 

of Mexico. 
Lamalin, Newfoandland 
Lambayeqne Rd., Peru - 
Lamlash, Scotland 
Lamo Harb., Aftiea, X. 

Coast 
Lancaster, England 



• In N.W. monsoon. 



10 9 

11 



11 

10 15 

11 30 

9 

11 40 

1 15 
3 30 

15 

7 

1 40 

8 20 



9 30 

5 23 
7 

6 16 

6 
9 

9 45 

30 

6 0? 

9 



2 


7 


6 





1 


SO 


noon. 


9 


15 


4 





11 


49 


4 


6 



11 16 



Springs. 



h. 


m. 


7 30 1 


11 


10 


4 


43 


7 





12 


42 


3 30 1 


11 


10 



ft 

5 
11 

11* 

23 
10 

H 
11 

9 

10 

3 

i-S 

11 

20 
6 
9 

4 
13 

H 



14 




4 
12 
15J 


11 


15 
6 


11 

4 


6 




H 




8? 

4 
7-8 




13 

3 




*4 




Bk 
3 

10 
11 


7 


H 







High 


Biae. 




High 


KU. 1 


•pjlf». 


WMer. 
Fidland 






Hace. 


www, 

Fnlland 


















Chang.. 


BpHng. 


"- 




Change. 




Neaps. 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 


^.^c^. 


6 ST 


30 


Ui 


"aA^"-*^;} 


7 10 


♦* 


3* 


B.Cro.«Dg,T«ng- 


I 40 


13 


8 


Liiile Fwh Bay. Aflica, 


3 30 


5-6? 




yaog." 








W. Coast 








Bay, China, E.C. 


10 


13 




Li[tleGuUIaIaod,n. S.' 


9 38 


3 


.« 


rte. Canwy Ids, - 


1 0? 


9? 




Liitlehnmpton, EngUnd 


11 36 


le 


B. Magellan Sm. 


11 30 


9 




Little Metis, 0. SL Law- 


3 10 


13 


8 


Scotland 


11 50 


10 












iM,Afric«,E.Crt. 


4 






T-itile -Milford Quay, 


e 31 


19 


I3i 


e B.y. ISerw del 


1 5 


4 




River (.-leddnu. Wales. 








;<»■ 










11 


9 


3 


Gremt mod Little, 


B IS 


T 




St Lawrence. 
















LiYcrpool, Knglnnd 


II 33 


35 


30i 


Barb,, Titm del 


1 


6 




Bay, Nova 


T 50 


8 


5 


I*- 








Scotia. 








Core. Chile - 


9 SO 






Liaa Bay, Lapland - 


6 58 






iee,GT«atSt,H«rb. 


e 30 




4 


Lizard Id., Aiutnlia,B. 


9 19 


7-10 




iKUMltatld. 








CoaM. 








ire Cape, Nora 


7 48 


7 


H 


Point. England - 


9 


"* 


10* 


ia. 








Llanellj (Bar), Wolea - 


6 16 


28 


31 


ire StnJI, Tiecr* 


4 


T 




Lloyd Port, Bonii. Ids. - 


6 8 


3 




^nego. 








Loanda, San Paid de. 


4 30 


5 




(Fionl.FaraH«. 


30 


e* 


*i 


Africa. W Coast. 








ScoiUnd - - 


S IT 


16J 


isi 


Ln bull Pomt.llDnko Strait 


11 ot 


10 




Shod. England, 
out. 


6 






LoWto B, Aflrica, S.W. 
Coaat 


3 30 






iCoTe,TieTr»del 


4 40 


8 




Lobo P<UDt, Pern 


8 






^ 








Lobo« Cay, Baboniaa - 


T 40 


3 






la 6 


6 


*i 


Lobos Head, Patagonia, 


39 






it 








W. Coast 








■.BarofFiiDdT- 


11 18 


341 


21 


Loch Aline, Scotland - 


9 33 


13J 


lOi 


k,Sbetlaiid 


10 30 


6 


4 


AUb 


6 16 


151 


n 


g Harb.. Bay of 
iiTer, Chile - 


II 19 


S3i 


34 


Broom „ 


6 40 


141 


10* 








Carron „ 


6 39 


16i 


llj 


10 30 


9 




Dnich „ 


6 


is' 


11 




3 30 


74 






6 7 


151 


11 


rB«y Africa, W. 


13 


6-7 




Eo""^"" - 


6 13 


13 


9 


t. 








Kport ., 


6 6 


13 


H 




6 3D 






Eribolt „ 


7 43 


14 


u 


3.pe(G,of8iam). 


5 7 


Bl 




EriBort „ 


6 43 


15 


14 


> Sea, W, CoaM, 








Ewe 


6 39 


14 


io (Bar). Telloir 


4 


11 




Gml 


13 6 


10 


6 


Sea. 








Houm „ 


9 49 


13] 


lOj 




B 


la 




InTer „ 


6 41 




11* 


mg Galf (Sand 


4 50 


7 


5} 


Laifbrd „ 


6 44 


19 


I'i 


1). Tdkw Sea. 








Long „ 


IS 6 


13 


— N.W. Head rf 


S 80 


10 


8| 


Maddy ., 




12 


91 










Mndart „ 


9 44 


13 
14 


H 


;k,Ii«tand 


6 16 


18] 


13} 


NevU „ 


9 47 


10 


ca.E.C<«iL 


4 19 


18 




Hoag „ 


6 11 


11 


8 








R]^ „ 


11 13 


11 




^PenimGulf - 


12 0? 






Strivan „ 


11 59 






lalaad. CintOD R. 


IS 


n 




Tarberl, Weit, Har- 


6 4 


IIj 


H 


la. E. CobR. 








ris Island. ScoUaod. 








<-Beleni),Pon«SiJ 


a 30 


IS 


9 


Tarbert.EaM, Scot- 


6 ID 


13} 


10 


or Bar, Ireland . 
lb tiwb., Hon 


4 33 


131 


ID 


land. 








9 


6i 


'1* 


Tongue „ 


7 53 


IS 


la 


im~ 








Toi^n„ 


6 SO 


19 


11 


^BV;Chka,K.C. 


ID 19 


16 




Toadh „ 


9 39 


HI 


8 


kennaA - 


8 81 


6 




Lofoten Id*., Norway - 


13 


9 


H 


Bidga, Whita Baa. 


11 49 


16 




Lobeia, Bed Sea 


I SO 


3 





Ic in Uareh 1S<1 by Commander Waid, ILM.S. Achnm. | In g.E, a 





High 


Kise. 




High 


BiM 


Flaw. 


Water, 
Full and 




Place. 


WMcr. 
FoUand 












Change. 


spring 


N«.i«. 




Change. 


Springa 






h. to. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


ft. 




Loire B. (St. Niuaire), 


3 40 


I5j 








5 




France. 








Madoc Port, Wales - 


7 30 


17 




Lomas Point, Peru 


S 13 


3 




Madras Road, Coromaa- 


7 34 


^ 




Xioinbock , i( AmpatiauiB. ), 








<iel Coast. 








Jnva Sea 








Magadoxa, Africa. E.C«. 




8 




IjODdOD Bridge, England 


2 7 


191 


inj 


Magdalen Ids., G. St 


8 20 


" 3 








19^ 


17 


Lawrence. 








T-ondonderry, Ireiand - 


8 1 


■i 


'A 




1! 


10 




LooB (East), England - 


5 2G 


IG 




Magellan Strait 








Xookoutl>omt,[;DiiedS. 








Mafiaio Id.. Africa, E. C. 


7 35 


n 




Lopei Cape, Africa 


4 30 


4-U? 






7 




L'Orient (Port Lonig). 


3 11 


13 


9i 


Mahneah R., Africa. W.C. 


7 40 






France. 








llahone Bay, NovaSeoda 


a 


7 




Lo-Bhan-koii. Tellow Sea 









MahonsR.. United States 




7 




Loogh TJirce, Ireland • 


10 48 


6J 


ci 


Maiden Itocks, Irebnd, 


10 43 


63 






5 30 


It 




N.E. Coaet. 








Louis Pon, France 






9( 




4 30 


IG 




Mauriliiis - 


12 30 


3 


H 


Makatein, Arabia, S.E. 


9 






Louis, St.. Itay, St. Do- 




3^3? 




Coast, 








mingo. 








Makaileh. Arabia, S.E. 


8 30 


7 




Looiaburg Ilarb., Cape 


S 


5 




Coast 








Bntoii Id. 








Mak umba R., Madagascar 


« 45 


17 




Loir Bay, I'-alkUnd Idi. 




H 




MaknugIIarb.,Pescodor«. 


10 30 


91 




P<,rt,Palaeonia,\V. 


10 






China Sea. 








CoDEt 








ilalabrigo Port, Pern - 


5 


2 




LovestoA. ICnzland 


9 57 


cl 


H 


Matac«aSlrait (light ves- 




15 




Lowly Pt.,Hp«nD^rGulf.l 
Auetralia. S. Coast - J" 


7 


6-S 




sel one fathom bank). 










Malacca Strait (off Mount 


8 


11 




Laabo Hiver (entranoe). 








Formosa). 








Aftica, E. CoBsL 








RoBd,MaUccaSt 


7 30 


11 




Lncas San, Uaj, California 


9 20 


94 




llfllaga. Spain 


13 


3 




Lucipara I'aas, Uanka 






'i 


Malahide Inlet, Ireland 


11 IS 


10 




Strait. 








Malcolm AloU, Maldives 


10 30 


a 




Luig St, Tetis. G. of 




'5 




Maldon. Chelmer UiTer, 


13 33 


10 












England. 








Lui.Obbpo.San.Califomia 




<? 


3i 


llalc, MnldiTcs - 




3 




Lunaire Hay, Newfjund- 


7 l>? 


2-3? 




Malludn Bay. Borneo - 


10 30 


6-8 




land. 








Malo. St. France 


6 S 






Lundy leland, England - 




27 


30 


Malpi-Io Point Peru - 


4 


10 




T-nng-mun Harbour, 


10 






Maa-of-WarCay.Bayof 


8 10 






Yellow S^ 








aonduma. 








Lyme Hegis, Engkhd - 


6 31 


lit 


8J 


Manahland. New Zealand 


7 


8 




Lyna Deep, England - 





23 




Manama. JVrsian Gulf - 


S 20 


7 




Harbour „ 




18 




Manawstu River. New 


10 


8 




lioad 








Zealand. 








llabon RivvT, C. Breton 


9 


4 




Mancenilln Bay, St. Do- 


7 


4-5 




Id. 








mingo. 








Itlacao, Cliiiia. F^ Coast - 




H 




Itlandavee Roadi. Hin- 


11 50 


IS 




Macawar. Celebes 


* 40 


H 




dooslan, W. Coast 








McDongall Harb.,ArricD, 


2 30 


S] 




Mangalanm Id., China 


11 


5 




8.W. Coast. 








Sea, E. Coast 








Maecio, Bratll - - 




8* 




Manicoiiagon River. R. 


3 IS 


19 




Machiaa, Seal Id., Bay 


11 5 


IB 


u; 


St. Lawrence. 








of Pundy. 








ManUa (Luon Island! 


10 40 


>l 




JIacowa, lied S«i 








China Sea, E. Coast 








Mac<tuarie llarboor, 


7 30 


3 




Manning River, Aus- 


10 














tralia E. Coast. 








Port. Aus- 




i-h 




Munora P.. Karachi, Uin- 


10 30 


>1 




tralia, E. Coa»l. 








dooslan, W. Coast 










2 


5 


3 




1 30 


IS 




Lawrence 








W. Coast. 











High 


Rise, 




High 


^. 1 


Flwc. 


Water. 
FnUand 




Place, 


Water, 
Fall and 
















ChaDge. 


BprlnK.. 


Naps- 




Change. 


Springs. 


Napfc 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 


Majumba. Africa, S.W.C. 


b. m. 


ft. 

7 


ft. 


.Port, Ecuador - 


3 * 






Mazambo Fort, Mada- 


4 30 






uo Har. (entnnce). 


9 30 




10 


gaaesr. 








rZeiOMd. 








Maiatlan.Mciico.W. Ctt. 








bruuihHmrb^Falk- 


J 40 


?i 






la 30 






( Idi. 








Melbourne, Australia, S. U. 


1 20 


3 




a ligLl (Thamei). 


IS 3 


Hi 


lot 


Molinda P., Africa. E. C. 


4 IS 


11 




;Uiid. 








Melkcoree H., Alrica, 


7 40 


11 




ertsn Poiot, 0. of 


2 D 




3 


W. Coart 
















Melliflh Beef (Simd Cay), 




.'-.-6 




ibnn. Braxil 




11* 




Australia. E. Coast 








£lte>d,UniwdStstu 


11 30 


12 




Mellon. Ireland 


6 1 


ISi 


13i 


I Hub., Tiemi del 


3 10 


6 












go. 








Slemory Bock, Ba- 


7 50 






«j; St. France - 


9 55 


30 












Oarb-. Falkland Ids. 


6 


6 




Menadoii Bay, C. Breton 




H 




«,EnirianH 


11 *0 


isi 


13 


Island. 








Sla.. Id.. Chile - 


10 20 






MenamKiver.CPakDuin), 


5 7 


n 




Van Dianeo Cape, 


8 


7 




China Sen. W. Coast. 








r Zealand. 








Menem»liaBigl.i.U.S. - 


7 45 




ai 


aw. RiTer Tavj, 


5 <7 


8i 


*k 


MeuEular Id., aB. end, 


6 






■land. 








Sumatra. 








St. Bay of, St 


8 0? 


17 




Merbat, Arabia. S.E.Cst 


9 


GJ 




lIBgO. 








Mercy Bay, Banks Land 




2 




i.St..nniledS«t« 


I U 




H 


Mercutj Day, Kew Zea. 


7 21 


7 


5 


i Rirer. Gn»]'ana 


S 30 


e 


C 


land.-' 








).n.BajofBmBal 


a 20 


21 




MeriFui, Bay of Bcnsal, 


10 30 


18 




1 St, Core, Tierrs 


3 30 






E.'^CoasL 








Waego. 








Merigonuih, Noya Scotia 


10 G 


Sj 


31 




3 SO 


„ 
« 






11 


7 




Tierra del FnegQ. 








W. Coast 








1 St, de la Areaa, 


3 30 


15 




Meryille, France 


9 3S 


21 


17i 


o. W. Coart. 








MctwayPortSovaScoiia 


7 60 




5 


VaaRodo, South 


3 45 






McTBgizef , Koglaiid 


5 4 


IM 


13 


intic 








MeniUones Port. Bolivia 








Cape St, New- 


a 30 


r 


5 


Mc2en, White Ses 


1 48 


15-22 




idlud. 








Minu-tao, (Depot Bay), 


10 35 


6 




■it Harb,. Mada- 


t 


5 




YelWSea. 








•r. G. Cnut. 








Mlavene»s.Pairoc Islands 


3 12 


f 


4^ 




7 40 


H 




aiicbael, St., Aiores - 


12 30 




Fort Si, 1. of Stan 


11 10 




16 


Michael Seymour Port, 








St.SciUyls. 


4 27 


IS 


13 


GulfofTartary. 








<«% England - 


11 3 


18 


13 


Middle Cove, Tierra del 


3 30 






t, Persian Gnlf - 


11 15 






Fuego. 








B. Nc- Zealand - 
3» Bsj- (Tasman 


11 10 
8 4S 


8 
13 


6 
9 


Middle Island, Patagonia. 

w.a«.t 


12 






^). New Zealand. 
^ Baj, Mota Pipi 


9 SO 


14 


10 


Kngland. 


3 55 


13 




sr, New ZwJand. 
waii,R«dSea - 


1 


3 




Middleton K, Bight of 
Benin. 


4 15 


5 




niTcr, G. St 


3 19 


11 


7 


Slilford Haven (St. Ann 


5S6 


24 


18 


River, Chile 


to 






Milford Sound, New Zea- 


9 15 




e 


ttiii.H»T of Bengal. 


2 


SS 


17 


land, Mid. Iiland. 








liu»(l'ort Unio)- 


12 30 


3 


2i 


M-iUman Is land, Palawan. 


10 37 


ai 




— (Grand Port) - 




H 




W. Coast 








ipe. United Staiei 


B 19 
g 59 


3i 


^ 


M illport.Cumb™c Islaud, 
S<^oUaDd. 


11 50 


10 


8 


4 


,?i 




Min a. CiV-npU Point), 


10 45 


19 


"i 


»IiL,MouinbiqiM 


4 10 


11* 




China, £. Ct»M. 









194 



Flaoe. 



Min K. (Losing Island), 

China, E. CcNUt 
Mindanao, Filipinas 
I Minehead, England 
Mingan Harbour, Golf 

St Lawrence. 
Minganld. ,G.St.Lawrence 
Minimegash, Prince Ed- 
ward Island. 
Minow Islands, Mada- 
gascar, W. Coast 
Minquiers Rocks, France 
Miramichi (Bar), Gulf 

St Lawrence. 
Mira-por-Yos, Bahamas - 
Mirs Bay (Tide Cove), 

China, £. Coast. 
Miscou, G. of St Law- 
rence. 
Mississippi, S.W. Pass, 

Galf of Mexico. 
Mistanoque, Labrador • 
MisUej Quay, Stonr R., 

England. 
Mobile, Gulf of Mexico 
Mocha Island, Chile 

Road, (E. Coast), 

Red Sea. 
Mogador, Africa, W. Cst 
MoUendo, Pern 
Molyneax Bay, New Zea- 

hind. 
Mombaza Port, Africa, 

£. Coast 
Monach Ids., Scotland, 

W. Coast 
Mondego (Bar), Portugal 
Monganui Uarb., New 

Zealand. 
Monomoy, United States 
Monrovia, Africa, W. C. 
Montauk Pt, United 

States. 
Monterey, California - 
Montrose* Scotland 
Monts, Point de, Gulf St. 

Lawrence. 
Moreno (Constitucion 

Road), Peru. 
Moreton Bay, Australia, 

E. Coast • 

Morewcllham, R. Tamar, 

England. 
Moijovets Id., White Sea 
Morlaix Road, France - 
Morro (Sandy Pt), 

Ecuador. 
Mossel B., Africa, S. 

Const 
Moudinga Id., White Sea 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



b. 


m. 


12 





7 





6 30 


1 


16 


1 


80 


3 


30 


5 





6 


6 


5 


30 


9 


30 


10 





a 


30 


10 30 


48 


irr. 


10 


30 


12 





1 


18 


8 





3 






4 

5 44 

2 30 
8 15 

11 30 

6 

8 20 

10 22 
1 25 

12 

10 

9 SO 
6 12 

11 20 

4 53 

5 

3 15 
5 50 



ft. 



6 

35 

6 

6 

5 

15 

35 
5 



3 
6i 



6 
Hi 

1-2 

4i 

10-12 
5 
8 

11 

12i 

7 
9 

Si 
6 

13 
12 



3-7 

10^ 

17 
24 
11 

6 

8i 



ft 



26i 

4 

4 
3 



26 
3 



2i 



Place. 



8i 

7 

4 

2 

33 
10 
6 



18 



High 
Water, 

Fiillmnd4 
Change. 



Rise. 



Springs.' Nfli; 



Mount Desert Island, 

United States. 
MourondaYa,Madagascar, 

W. Coast. 
Mouton Port, NoTa Scotia 
Moville, Ireland - 
Mozambique Har., Africa, 

E. Coast 
^f Qcaras Reef, Bahamas 
Mugeres Harb. Bay of 

Honduras. 
Mull of Cantyre, Scotland 
MuIroyBay(Bar),Ireland 
MumblesLt Hon8e,Wale8 
Munj^Uo orMongalloR., 

Africa, E. Coast. 
Murdounah Id. (E. Cst), 

Red Sea. 
Murray Islands, Torres 

Strait 
Murray Pass, Bass Strait 
Musa Port, Babuyan Ids. 
Mntlah River, (entrance 

to Biddah River), Bay 

of Bengal, W. Coast 
(Muda Kali), 

Bay of Bengal, West 

Coast 
Mutton Island, Ireland, 

W. Coast 
Myggeuffis Fiord, Fseroe 

Islands. 
Naafe R., Bay of Bengal, 

E. Coast 
Naalsoe Fiord, Feroe 

Islands. 
NafaKiang, Loo Choo 

Islands. 
Nagasaki Bay, Japan 

Sea.* 
Nagore, Bay of Bengal, 

W. Coast. 
Namki Ids., China, East 

Coast. 
Namoa Island (Clipper 

Koad), China, E. Coast 
Namquan Harb., China, 

E. Coast 
Nanaimo Harb., Gulf of 

Georgia. 
Nancowry Harb.,Nicobar 

Islands. 
Nangamessie Harbour, 

Sumba. 
Nangka Id., Banka Strait 
Nansaree River (Bar), 

Hindoostan, W. Coast 
Nantucket, United States 
Napoleon Road, Golf of 

Tartary. 



h. 
11 



m. 
10 



4 45 



7 
7 

4 

7 
9 

10 
5 
6 

4 

6 

9 

11 

10 



54 

6 

15 

40 
30 

35 

40 

1 

45 

O 
30 
10 

O 



11 45 



4 
9 

10 
4 
6 
7 
8 
8 

11 

10 
5 
9 

11 



20 







28 

15 

15 

30 

15 





15 

30 



3 



12 

a 



84 
30 



ft. 
13 

12 

ii 

IS 
3 

n 

4 

11| 
27j 
12 

3 

10 



8 

5 

14 



15 

13J 
H 

7 
9 



17 

7 

17 

14 

17 

12 
18 



i 



* Deduced Arom obteryations made in 1861, by Commander Ward, HJLS. Aetcon. 





High 


Rite. 




High 


^ 1 




FnUud 






PUm. 


Water, 
FnUand 


















ChMge. 


Sprino 


N«pi. 




Change. 


Bprirgl 


Neapt. 




h. m. 


ft. 


fL 




h. m. 


it. 


a 


Ur, M«u- 


4 SO 


15 




NicholwnPortCLwnblon 


4 30 


3 


3 


.Co«t 
™t).Mi«en« 


9 


36-43 




Harboiir>Ne«ZealaniL 
Nicohsr Id. (Nancowry 


9 IS 


8i 




teond),M.. 


10 


23 




Hsrb.). Indlmn Ooe«n. 
Nicolas, PL, Bay, Ma- 


S « 






mit. 

koM) Jipui 


G IT 


7 




Nicoja Guir (Port Her- 


3 9 


10 




Dt, BriMol 


6 S5 


33 


as 


radura),CeDt .America. 
Nieupon, Belgian. 


la IB 


16 


13 




7 30 


3-4 




Nienwediep, NelherUnd* 
Niger River (Noa eo- 


7 S7 

4 e 


4 
6 


8* 


-, -nem dd 


4 


6 




lraDce),Africii.W.Coasl. 
NikoUkoi Cb..n., While 


9 39 


3 




Afri<a,aa 


4 30 


6 




Sea. 

Tirr.,WTjite Sea 


6 


a 




t,Fniie« - 
France - 


3 41 
3 40 


13 
IS 


91 

n 


Nimrod Sonnd, Chini,, 
r^ Coast. 


ID 30 


30 




Engl«!d - 
Ninr.OregoD 


IS 6 

13 33 


IS 

7 


10 


NincpinGroup. China E. 
Coast. 


10 


5 




It, En^aod- 
B-rfBenpa 


9 46 

5 


7 
3 


s 


Nin-jxv-ft., Tang Rirer, 
Cbma E. Coait. 


I 


9 




boor, Not* 


8 IS 


7 


Si 


NiBqiiallj, AiQtriea. N.W. 


e 


18 


15 


-.PUi«odU 


it 


14 




Coaal. 
Noamh Island. Scotland 


5 a 


Hi 


J 


rZnland - 


9 50 


14 




Noel, BayofFondy - 


IS 41 


sol 


43* 


^ Gnlf Sl 


a 10 


13 


* 


Noir Wand. Tierra del 


3 30 


5 




Kto- St. 


8 30 


14 


9 


Faego. 


3 S 


16 


"i 




7 57 


4* 


4 


Nollolli Port, Africa, 
S.W. Coaat. 


a 30 


»f 












Nord^rpiey. Geroiary - 
Nor*. EnRland • 


10 30 


e 




United Sutei 


11 63 


7 


6 


IS 30 


151 


13 


UmledStUM 


11 IS 


6i 


S 


Norfolk Ihlaod, S. Paeifle 


7 45 


7 




lo). United 


9 SB 


a 


s 


Konh C^ape, C, Breton Id. 
FrliHn nivTT 


8 

7 10 


4 

7 


H 


IcDce, 8.W 


7 80 


4 




United Stalea. 








mu. 








Ncrth Harbour, N«w- 


8 


Ti 


s 


die. United 


11 33 


8i 


7* 


foundland. 
















i^acds, Malacc* 


9 ao 


16 


11 


relud 


6 4 


ISi 


10 


Stiait. 








onnd.TieiTa 


a 3D 






Nora Island, MadagMcar 
Nova Ztmbia Bubonr, 


5 
G 36 


IS 
10 




United Btatei 


B IS 


5i 


*i 


Lapland. 
NneTO Gnlf. PatagMia, 








t, Unhed 


11 S3 


9 


J* 


7 


10 












E. CoaaL 








LnMralia, E. 


9 4S 


B-7 




Port, Central 


3 10 


IS 




"t^ - 


« aa 


101 




America, 

Nukolan Port, Fijii M«. 


6 47 


sf 




nluid 


H) 30 


16 




Nnnei River. Africa, 


10 


19* 


Hi 


ilogUnd - 
>le«, (South 


11 91 
7 4S 
7 10 


SO 
84 


IS 
4 
IS 


Nyminde Gab, Jutland - 
Njsnn Harbour. Africa, 
S. Coast. 


a 41- 

8 45 


s 














Oban, Kcolland - 


5 sa 


la 


H 


— (We« 


7 


IS 


9 


Obb of Hflirii. Isle of 
Harris, Scollaod. 


6 16 


"i 


H 


(Talc* 

Uy. Chin., 


7 30 
B 3D 


15 
81 




Obiervalorj' Id., China 
Pea, F. C^oast. 


11 


H 




,HMb^ G. 


1 fiS 


IS 


7 


Ocracocke Inlet, United 
Statea. 


7 4 


SI 


s 


Port, Pern 


8 15 


8 




Octavia Bay. New 
Granada. 


a 30 


13 





196 





High 


Rise. 




High 


Rise. 


Place. 


Water, 
Full and 




Place. 


Water, 
Fall and 






• 








Change. 


Springs. Neaps. 

1 




ChsDge. 


Springs. 


K« 




h. m. 


ft 


ft 




h. m. 


ft 


ft 


Oelar Cape, Banka Strait 


6 30 


12 




Oystreham, France 


9 38 


21 


1< 


Oibo Harb., Africa, E.C. 


4 15 


6 




Packsaddle Bay, Tierra 


3 SO 


6 




Olareaga, Bilbao ^ver. 


3 15 


12 




del Fuego. 








Spain. 








Padstow, England 


5 13 


20} 


1< 


Old Pt., Comfort, United 


8 17 


3 


H 


Paghara (entrance). 


11 30 


16i 


li 


States. 








England. 


. 






Old Providence, Bay of 


irr. 


1 




Paimpol, France 


6 


31 


2! 


Honduras. 








Palais, Port le, Belle Be. 


3 18 


1*1 


1( 


Olenji Islands, Lapland - 


7 30 


12 




France. 








Oleron, He d*. France - 


3 50 


19 




PalliserCape,NewZeahmd 


6 


6 




Omaider Island (Gnlf of 


6 


4 




Palma, Canary Ids. 


12 30? 


9? 




Akabah), Red Sea. 








Palmas Cape, Africa, W. 


4 30 


4 




Omersary K., Ilindoostan, 


1 45 


18 




Coast 








W. Coast 








Palmedo Road, Snmba Id. 




15 




Omonville, France 


7 29 


15i 


12J 


Palmeira Point Ceylon • 


9 SO 


7-11 




'Om-rasas-Masirah, 


10 


10 




Paloan Bay, Mindoro - 




5 




Arabia, S.E. Coast. 








Pamarung Ids., Borneo, 




8-10 




One Fathom Bank Light, 


6 


15 


12 


E. Coast 








Malacca Strait 








Pampang Bay, Java 




TS 




Onega River, White Sea 


9 17 


6-7 




Panama Road, Central 


3 23 


15-22 


10* 


Ooloogan Bay, China Sea, 
R Coast 


9 30 


H 




America. 














Pancol, China Sea, E.C. 


9 40 


6 




Oonting Port, IjOO Choo 


6 35 


8 




Pansand Hole, England « 


12 


154 


U 


Islands. 








Paposo, Chile 


9 40 


5 




Oofima, Japan Sea 


6 50 


5 




Paquique Cape, Bolivia - 


10 45 


• 




Oporto, Portugal 


2 30 


10 




Para, Brazil, N. Coast - 


12 


11 




Orange B., T. del Fuego 


3 30 


5 




Parahayba, Brazil 


5 


9-12 




Cape, Magellan Strt 


3 






Parenga-renga Harbour, 


7 54 


7 




OrfordHaven (Bar), Eng- 


11 30 


n 




New Zealand. 








land. 








Parida Id., New Granada 


3 15 


lOj 




Port, California - 


11 26 




4J 


Paraboro, Bay of Fundy 


12 17 


43 


91 


Quay, England - 


12 30 




Pasado Cape, Ecuador - 


3 30 


10 




Orfordness, England 


11 15 


8 


H 


Pasages Port, Spain 


8 


12 


s 


Orinoco River (entr.) 


6 


3 




Passage or Culebra P., 


9 


1 


■ 


Gnayana. 








Caribbean Sea. 








Orleans Id., R. St Law- 


5 40 


17 


13 


Id., Banda Sea - 


noon 


6 




rence. 








Passandava Bay,* Mada- 


5 


15 




Ormondt Kenmarc River, 


3 43 


10 


7i 


gascar, W. Coast 








Ireland. 








Patapsco R. (Bodkin R.) 


5 42 


u 


1 


Omsay, I. of Skye 


5 50 


14J 


lOi 


United States. 








Orlov Letni C, White 


5 18 


4 




Patersons Inlet, New 


1 10 


8 


1 


Sea. 








Zealand. 








Os Ilheos, Brazil 


4 30 






Patrick Port, Scotland - 


11 10 


15 


IS 


Osaki, Japan Sea 


5 55 


6i 




Patta B., Africa, £. Cst 


4 30 


10 




Oscuro Cove, Patagonia, 


55 


20 




Paul de Loanda, San, 


4 30 


5 




W. Coast. 








Africa, S.W. Coast 








Ostend, Belgium 


12 25 


19 


15 


Paul St. Id., Indian Ocean 


11 


3 




Otago Har.,New Zealand 


2 50 


7 


5 


G. St. Lawrence 


8 


5 


t 


Otaheite, South Pacific - 


noon 


H 




Paumben Pass, Bay of 


1 3D 


2 




Otterswick, Orkneys 


9 13 


11 


8 


Bengal, W. Coast 
Payta Port, Peru 








Otway . Port Patagonia, 


11 37 


6 




3 20 


9 




W. Coast 








Peckett Har., Magln. Strt. 


12 


6 




Ounalashkald., America, 


7 30 


n 




Pedro Gonzales, New 


3 50 


16 




N.W. Coast 




4 




Granada, (Tnpichi 








Ouro R, Africa, W. Cst 


12 


8-9 




Island). 








Oix8e,R.(Goole),England 


7 44 


14 




PedroSan.,Pas8,Patagonia. 


30 


9 




Ower Shoal, England, E. 


6 30 






W. Coast 








Coast 








San Bay,Calif6niia 


9 99 


4 


< 

4 


Oxboarheia, Norway 


12 


8 




Peel, Isle of Man 


11 8 


i: 


Oyster Bay, United States 


11 7 


H 


8 


Pegasus Port, New Zealand 


11 50 


8 


( 



197 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Chaoge. 



Rise. 



BiTer, (entrance), 
UowSea.*^ 

r Islands, N. Pacific 

uiLagoon,Kangan>o 

, Australia. 

OS Sound, New 

iknd. 

m. Channel, Mozam- 

[oe. 

-^ Id., Mozambique 

coke Dockyard, 

dn, 

ig, Malacca Strait - 

1 Cape, Tierra del 
fgo. 

he, Portogal 
arl^ Rocks. France 
ngton B., Bight of 
tin. 

cola, G. of Mexico 

lie, B. Tamar, 

^land. 

od Firth, Stroma, 

S. Side. 

Swona,K.Side 

W.Side 

Great Skerry, 

K Side. 
W. Side 



Dcc, England 
lales. Middle Id. - 

South Islet, 

itralia, £. Coast. 
Id., G. of Aden - 
mboco, Brazil 
Banhos, Indian 



le. La, Strait, Japan 

• 

Scotland 

lore Ids. (Makang 
b.), China Sea. 
St.* Bay, C.Breton 
ad. 

Harb., Prince 

rard Island, 
lead, Scotland 
i*asaage,R of Fnndy 
Port, B. of Islands, 
rfimndland. 

Bay, St Francis 
, Aii8tralia,S. Coast. 
uraRockyPatagonia, 
Coast 
lelphia, U. States - 

B., £. side. Ma- 
in Strait 

.Port, Capd Bay, 
traiia, S. Coast 

. cntrancci 

lralia,&Coast 



h. m. 
3 10 



5 
9 35 
4 

4 15 

6 12 

12 
6 2 

1 54 

3 16 

4 15 



5 55 

9 47 

10 24 
9 35 

11 4 

10 53 

4 30 

10 30 

10 30 

12 
4 45 
1 30 

10 30 

3 35 
10 30 

7 30 

8 30 

84 
10 41 
10 42 

12 

50 

1 18 

9 30 

2 30 
1 30 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



ft. 
10 

6 
6 

11 

11 

12 
21 

9 
12 



13* 



H 



16 
16 
14 

m 
i 

8-6 
5 



n 

6 

4 

10| 
22 

5i 

6 

16 

65 
24 

3-4 

3^ 



ft. 
8-9 



Place. 



15J 



^h 
c* 



12i 



7 

4 

18 



5J 



High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Philip B., Hobson Bay, 

Australia, 8. Coast 
Piankatank R. (Cherry 
Point), United States. 
Pichidanque Bay, Chile - 
Pictou Har., Nova Scotia 
Pidioe Bay, Lombock - 
Piel Harbour, England - 
Pierre, St., Newfoundland 
Pigeon Bay, Yellow Sea 
Pihkishan Ids., China, RC. 
Pillar C, Magellan Strt 

Cape, Tasmania - 

Pillars, R. St Lawrence 
PinaA Bay, New Granada 
Pinmill, Orwell Biver, 

England. 
Pio Quinto Port, Babu- 
yan Islands. 
Pisco Bay, Peru 
Piti Palena, Patagonia, 

W. Coast 
Pitty, Hindoostan, W. C. 
Placentia, Newfoundland 
Playa Marie Bay, Cali- 
fornia. 
Playa Parda Cove, Ma- 
gellan Strait. 
Pleasant Port, FaUdand 

Islands. 
Plettenberg Bay, Africa, 

S. Coast 
Ploughrescan, France - 
Ploumanach, France 
Plymouth Breakwater, 
England. 

(Sutton Pool) 

United States 

New, New 

Zealand. 

Pomba B. Africa, E. Cst 
Pomquet, Nova Scotia - 
Ponga River, Africa, W. 

Coast. 
Poolbeg Lt Ilse., Ireland 

Poole, England 

Poolewe, Loch Ewe, 
Scotland. 

Pootoo Island, China, R 
Coast 

Poqueldon Harb., Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast 

Portaferry, Ireland 

Port-au-Choix,Newfound- 
laud. 

Port au Prince, Saint 
Domingo. 

Port-en-Bessin, France - 

Portchester, England - 



{ 



h. m. 
3 

10 5 

9 20 

10 

11 5 
8 33 

11 45 

8 30 
1 
1 

5 

3 15 

12 20 

6 

4 50 
12 23 

10 5 

9 15 

9 20? 
1 8 

5 

3 10 

5 17 
5 15 
5 37 

5 32 

11 19 
9 30 

4 
9 15 

7 30 

11 12 
9 10 

12 45 
6 39 

8 15 

54 

12 

10 47 

8 0? 

8 57 

11 46 



ft. 
3-4 



5 
6 
10-12 
28 

6i 
8 

17 

6 
17 
14 
12 



4 
10 

9 

8 

7-9? 



6J 



25^ 
24| 
15i 

15i 
Hi 
12 

15 

4 
12 

12-14 

14i 

12 

18 

18-21 
5 

1? 

20 
13} 



} 



Neaps. 



ft. 



21 

4J 



10 



18} 
18| 

11* 
lU 

io| 



11 

9-11 
10} 



12-16 



13 



* Time and rise much affected by winds. 



198 





High 


Rise. 




High 


Rise. 


• 

Place. 


Water, 
Full and 






Place. 


Water, 
Full and 












Change. 


Springs. 


Neaps. 




Chmnge 


Springs. Nei 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




u. nL 


ft. 


« 


Portendik, Africa, W. C. 


10 


6 




Pulo Aor, Sumatra, N.E. 




5 




Forth Cawl, Wales 


6 8 


28^ 


2li 


Coast 








Perth -dyn-Ueyn, Wales 


8 30 


16 




Pulo Condore, China Sea, 


3 


4 




Portishead, England 


7 16 


4U 


31 


West Coast. 








Portland Inlet (Salmon 


1 8 


16 




Pulo Leat, Caspar Strait 


2 30 


4 




Cove) America, N.W. 








Pulo Mendanao, „ - 


2 30 


4 




Coast. 








Pulo Panjang, G. of Siam 


7 


2 




United States 


11 25 


10 


8J 


Pulo Timoan (W. side). 


6 


74 




Rnv AiifltTAlin. 


Midnight. 


4 




China Sea, W. Coast. 
Puluqui Id., Patagonia, 








S. Coast 






1 5 








7 1 


6i 


4i 


W CoAfit 








England. 


# * 


Puna Island, Ecuador - 


6 


u 




Porto Frio, Brazil 


2 40 


^ 




PwlheU, Wales - 


7 46 


13i 




Porto Praya, C. Verde Ids. 


6 0? 


5 




Quaco, Bay of Fundy - 


11 35 


30 


2 


Portree, Isle of Skye - 


6 32 


15 


10} 


Quebec, R St Lawrence 


6 38 


18 


1 


Portrieux, France 


6 


31 


23} 


Queda, Malacca Strait - 


12 


5i 




Portsbridge ( Portsmouth) 








Queen Charlotte Sd. (en- 


8 50 


8 


1 


England. 


11 48 


6i» 


4 


trance). New Zealand. 








Portsmouth Dockyard, 


11 41 


m 


10 


Queensfen*}', Firth of 


2 37 


18 


1 


England. 








Forth, Scotland. 








Portsmoath^UnitedStates 


11 23 


10 


H 


Queenstown, Ireland 


5 1 


11} 


1 
t 


Possession Bay, Magellan 


9 


36-42 




Quelan Cove, Patagonia, 


28 






Strait 








W. Coast 








Cape, Torres 


9 


6 




Quentin, Port San, Cali- 


9 5 


9 




Strait 








fornia. 








J A Tnrrm St 


1 


H 





QuJcavi Bluff, Patagonia, 


57 


20 








PostOfficeIsland(Charle8 


2 10 


6 




W. Coast 








Island), Galapagos. 








Quicks Hole (S. side),U. S. 


7 36 


% 


< 


. Id., Torres Str. 


1 


H 

4i 




(N. side) - 


7 31 


1 
1 


Pouinipet Island, Caroline 


6 




Quilca River, Peru 


8 


6 




Islands, N. Pacific. 








Quilimane R. (entrance), 


4 15 


16 




Poulamente B., Madame 


7 50 


6 


4 


Africa, R Coast 








Id., C. Breton Id. 








Quilleboeuf, France 


10 6 


94 




Ponlton-le- Sands, England 


n 26 


27i 


2H 


Quiloa, Africa, R Coast 


4 45 


12 




PovertyBay,NewZealand 


6 5 


6 




Quoile Quay, Strangford, 


12 45 


11 




Pratas Shoal, China Sea 


4 


5 




Ireland. 








Preservation Inlet, New 


11 20 


8 


6 


Rabat Africa, W. CJoast 


1 46 


9-12 




Zealand. 








RachadaCape,MaIaccaSt. 


5 30 


13 




Preston, England 


11 49 


10 


4J 


RadamaPort,Madagascar, 


4 40 


13 




Prince Frederick Harb., 


12 


28 




W. Coast 








Australia, N.W. Cst 








Ragged Id., Sombawa, 


8 10 


3 




Prince of Wales Strait, 




3 




Java Sea. 








Banks I^and. 








Point, Borneo, 




7 




Prince8ld.,BightofBiafra 


3 45 


4* 




E. Coast 








Princess Koyal Harbour, 


11 56 


1-4 




Raine Id., Torres Strait 


8 10 


10 




Australia, S. Coast 








Ri^ahpoor Harb., Hin- 


11 


12 




Provincetown, U. S. 


11 22 


10} 


9i 


doostan, W. Coast 








Pubnico (Beach Point), 


9 25 


12 


lo' 


, Rajang River, Borneo - 


4 45 


13 




Bay of Fundy. 








1 Ramos R,Bight of Benin 


4 20 


5 




Puerto Bueno, Patagonia, 


1 40 






Ramree Road, Bay of 


10 


12 




W. Coast 








Bengal, R Coast. 








Puerto de la Luz, Gran 


12 52 


10 




Ramsay Sound, Wales - 


6 


17 




Canaria, Africa, W.Cst. 








, Ramsey, Isle of Man 


11 18 


19i 


1 


Puerto de la Plata, St 


7 30 


3? 




' Ramsgate, England 


11 44 


15 


1 


Domingo 








Ramso Fiord, Norway - 


10 45 


7 




Puget Sound (Nisqually), 


6 


18 


15 


Rangoon, Bay of Bengal, 


5 30 


21 


] 


America N.W. Coast 








R Coast 




' 




PngwashUar.,Nova$cot]a 
Pulaski Fort,United States 


10 30 


7 


4 


R. (entrance) B. 


3 15 


21 


4 


7 20 


8 


7 


of B«*ngal, R Coast 








Policat Shoals, Coro- 


9 25 


2| 




Rappahannock (Saunders 


3 2 


2J 




mandel Coast 








WharO, United States 









* Above the bed of the lake. 





High 


Rise. 




High 


B« ! 


Plmee. 


Fnlland 






Place. 


Wittr, 
Fnlland 


















Oumge. 


Springs. 






Change. 


Bpringi. 


Noapa. 


ffun, Africa. E. C. 

boh). Red Sea, 
ibumah, Arabia, 


h. m. 

5 19 

6 

9 


ft. 
4 
S 

8 


^' 


ItocheUc, France - 

Ifdckport. United States ' 
Kockull, N. Atlantic - 
Rocky ld..G.-ofSiHra - 


h. m. 
3 31 
10 57 

3 30 

4 


ft. 

17 

"H 

12 

4 


ft. 
13 
8 


Kbeimeh, Peniwi 


11 45 


7 




Rodriguc Id., lod. Ocean 
Romania I'oint (Malay 


10 30 


G 




Aaidrfi, Arabia. 

CoaM. 

.-ball, Arabia, S.E. 


S 30 
10 


5* 
10 




Peoin.), China Bai, 
W.Coaat 

llomdals Ids., Norwav - 
Bona (Souih) Light, 


10 45 

6 SO 


S 
14J 


lOi 


Hed, Arabia, SB. 


9 30 


9 




Scotland. 
Koodewail Bay Africa, 


2 30 


6i 




lUao, Ireland - 

Dr<G.«fraT,ibay), 
oonan, Vf. CouL 
■, Cent. America 


a 43 
3 15 


121 
18 


9 


S,W Coast. 
RoqUE. Cape St., Braiila 
Rosooff, France - 


4 46 


10 
23 


17i 


3 6 


11 




Hosct, Jersey, EngUA 

Channel, 
Roshnotf Capi', America, 

N.W. Coast. 
Rota, Spain 

Rouen, france 

Rouge Harbour, New- 

Rovama \UvCT, Africa, 


6 15 


30 


31i 


»yi Inlet. Faia- 

uW Coast 

J, CeyloQ. S. at. 

— <Tier). Ireland 

— Labrador - 


44 

3 30 
10 31 
7 45 


14 

4 

H 


H 


7 30 

1 34 
3 45 


IS 

13i 

7 


8 


Di.mil Stnui - 
Cove. Bass Strait 
ille, France 
•ik, Iceland 
Toui Id., Borneo, 


5 
13 6 
e 3D 
5 


101 
3S 


131 


7 0? 

4 38 
4 


3-4f 
I3J 


\n 


Coast 

orR. Denmark - 
IT, It. ajde. Scot- 


7 43 
1 15 


9 




Royld llarboor, Roataii, 

Uaj of Honduras. 
Royal Purl, Jauinica - 


7 45 
11 


3i 

1 




ion B.,MarquesnB 
Fori. Tanna Id. 
n Id.. r(SL Pierre) 
LnO-tcSLDeni.) 
nId.,r(St.Gillei) 
a.0.1(St.I'aol) 
loBd.F|julElands. 
Ink olan Port, 
thio Strait 


3 30 
5 35 

23 

1 

1 7 

10 


1 

7 


5 


ItovalislB.. Palawun,E.C. 
Royan, France 
RimpukeId.(FoTeau3tSL) 
New Zealand. 

NOTa Scotia 

ItuggIeiB.,FalkiiindIdi. 
Kuib Port, Ireland 
Kutlond Id, Ireland, W. 

Coast 
Rye Bay, England 


11 0? 
3 38 
1 

8 
7 59 
7 30 
6 8 
6 32 


.Si' 

e 

3 


10 
6 

6 

3i 
8 


Lighthouse. Eng- 


10 51 


34 


17 


11 ao 


23 


171 


icto R., Golf St 


3 30 


4 


3i 


Sabine l'aM,G. of Mexico 
Sable Cape (Clam Point), 


8 27 


l\ 


6i 


jnd. United State* 
— Harb., Prince 


4 38 
6 


? 


^■1 
2 


B. of Fundy. 
(CJarke'aHarb.) 


8 58 




9 


srdllland. 

J{.,Aa6tralLa,E.C. 


9 30 






a of Fundy. 
Sable Island, N. Bide, 

Sable 'islan-1,' S. side, 
Nova Scotia. 


7 30 


4 




□eiro, Braiil 
fegro, Patagonia, 


3 
11 


14 


3 


G 30 


4 




iK-i. Afi-if a. vr. c. 


10 


15 


1H 


Sables d'Olonne, Les, 

France. 
Saboga, NcT Granada - 
Sabot. Id,. Durinn^^irt. - 
Sacred Kay, Ne«fonn-l land 
Sacrificios Prt., Mexico, 

W Const. 
Saddle Id.. Eaat, China, 

£.Coa«t. 


3 36 


14 


10 


la Plata. La i'lau 
wct.cR-,Campboll- 
i, G. St. Lawrence. 
o, Spain, N. Coast 
B.. Australia. S.C. 


Noon 
4 

3 
10 


10 

15 

4 


7 


7 23 
3 15 


14 
10 

a* 

6 




As, Atlantic - 
Oape, B. St. Law- 


5 15 
9 30 


10 
G 


4 


11 


14 




irt, Fr»ace 


4 e 


17 


13 


Sado(Yebi»u), Japan Sea 


5 


2 





Change, gprinsi. Ne«M. 



StgorDB^, Chicoulimi, G. 
St. Lairreoce. 

Suuenaj, Tadonwc, G. 

St. Lawrence. 
Sainieg, Caribbean Son - 
Sal. C. Verde Ids., AfricB. 

W. COMI. 

SaloDgo Id., Ecuai^or 
Salcombe, England 
S8ldanhaB.,AfricB.W.C. 
Sale Maoowa, lied Sea - 
Salem, United States ■ 
f aim R., Africii, W, Cat. 
Saltnedina Rocks, Spain 
Snltaab, ». Taraar, Eng- 

Salt C.iy Ancliorage, 

Bahamas. 
Salteee, SL George's 

ChftOQp!. 
Salvadiir, Sun. T'ort.Fulk- 

lond islands. 
SamancD B.. Pern 
SambiJnngs, niilfli^ca St. 
San Francisco (Xorfh 

Si^ach), California. | 
San Bartholomew I'ort, , 

California. i 

Sod Bias, Itleiico. W. C. i 
San Juaa (anchorage), ' 

Califomin. ' 



er. New 



Granada 
3an I.ucar, Spain 
San iliguel, California - ; 
San RoHa Id., California 
Sand Caj-, Uniled States 
SandalwoodBaj.Fijii Ids. 
Sand Point. G. of I.laa- 

tung, Tellow Sea. 
iiands FnL, Uniled States 
SandyCape, Australia.K. C. 
Co«e,E.,B,of Fnndy 

T\'„ Baj of 

Hook, United States 

Island, Madagascar, 

W, Coast. 
Sanguianga (entrance) 

Ecuador 
'Sanguir Island, Moloccos 
Sangw mK.,Afriea,W.C>t. 
Sanmoon Bay (St. George 

Island), China, E. Coast 
San-sh ui,8iKiang,Cliina, 

E. Coast. 
Santa Catalina Id., Call- 

Sania Cru z B. , Patagonia, 
£. Coast. 



b. m. 
4 II 

a 45 


fk. 
12 

17 


6 45 
T 45 

12 41 


5 
13 


30 
11 13 

8 10 

1 27 
5 45 

8 15 


S 
10* 

6 
121 

15 


g 10 


8 


6 30 


12 


10? 


7-9? 


9 41 

40? 


6i 
5 


G 


12 


1 53 

a ;io? 
e 40 

4 50 


'5* 
5? 
9 


1 13 

7 50 
33 


9 
6-8 
211 
23 


7 23 
5 


51 
15 


1 1(1 


9 


a 15 

20 


4 
15 


9 35? 


57 


9 30 


40 






: Santa Cruz 
Aftiea. 
Santa Island. California 
— Tenerife, Canary Is. 
j Santa Maria Island, Chile 
I Santander. Spain - 
. tjantonn, Spain 

Saparooa Id., Moluccas - 
I Sapie Bay. Sumbawa 
I Sarawak K. (Moratabas 
I entr.), Borneo, W. C. 
Sarn Badrig or the 
I Causeway, Wales. 
I Sam-y-bwch Reef. Wales 
j Sanger Id., B. of Bengal 
' Saumarcx Reef, Australia, 
I F. Coast 
■ Savannah (city), U. S. - 

(entrance,) U.S. 

I Scales Point, Blackwater 

Biter, England. 
I Scalloway. Shetland 
! Scarborough, England - 
Scareies Hive rs. Arriea,W.C. 
' ScUly (St. Agnes Id.) - 

(St Mary Id.), 

England. 
Sea Bear Bay, Patagonia. 

E. Coast. 
Senforlh Xiocb, At Mine, 

Scotland. 
Senliam. Kngland 
8eal Cove, Grand Slanan, 

B. ofFundy. 
Seal Id., C. Sable, Bay of 

Fundy. 
Seamount Bay, Mulroy 

B., IreLind. 
Stbafitinn, San, Bmiil - 

. — Tierra del Fuego 

Spain, N. Coast 

Sedoahigur Bay,* Ilia- 

dooscan, ~W. Coast. 
fiedili K., ChinaSea.W.C. 
Sein, Isle de, Trance 
Sdeney Bay, Lapland - 
Selsea Bill, England - 
Seintahmoo Bay, Juan dc 

Fuca Strait. 
Senegal, A(Hca,W. Ckiast 
^ierramiBk. Mosquito Csl. 
SerraniilaBank.Mosqnito 

Coast, 
Seshain Islands, Eang-chu 

Bay, China, E. CooH. 
Selubal, Portugal 
Seudre, Ri' 
France. 
■Sej-ehelle Archip- iMavhi; 
Id. (Indian Ocean). ' 
Seypan Id., IjidrDac Ids. 



* Spring tide* rise a.iD. 6 feel, p.111. 7J feet from October to March ; tmd the ooatnij dmla; the ml 
the year. 





High 


Hiae. 




High 


K-. 1 




WatCT, 
Foil and 






Place. 


Water, 

FuU and 


















Change. 


Spring, 


N«|». 




Change. 


Springs 


itrnpn. 




h. m. 


ft. 


ft. 




h. m. 


«. 


ft. 


°^^^r. 


s so 


13 




Sir E. Fc1!e» Uianda, 


7 30 


4-7 




Bay, Golf 


1 40 


9 




Aaatf:.liB, N. Coast. 








dun, Arabia, 


9 ao 


10 




Siral, Gulf of Slexico - 
Sitka, Atoerica, N.W.C. 


34 


5-7 




ufeh, AnlHB, 


9 45 


10 




Sknapen Fiord, Fano 
Islands: 








UtK. Falkkiid 


9 30 


s 




Between Stonnoe and 
Sandoe. 


5 n 


n 


-n 


■. Si KJiag, 

E-Coaat. 

enianQnir - 

, Aurtralia,E.C. 

Barboui, New 

■ick. 

en, Irtiand - 

i. EngUnd - 

rb, Nora Scotia 

ainl,Arrica,S.C. 

island, U. Stales 


40 

1 

la 

J I 

\ B 

S S3 

37 

4 40 

10 SB 


10 

3 

6 
S-S 

\'. 

16 

■? 




Between Hestoe and 

Sandoc. 
Skagen or Ibe Ska«, 

Jutland. 
Skerry, Great, E. side, 

Pentland Firth. 
Skerry, Great, W. eide, 

Pentland Firth, 


S 30 

10 03 


9i 

1 
91 


^i 




Skerries. Ireland, S. CM. 

E. Coaal. 

Skip Ness. Scotland 
Skull. IreUod 
Slaughden, Orford, Eng- 


6 15 

11 50 
4 2 


S 

H 


3 

10 


., yo« Scotia - 
: IiUDd, Gulf 


8 4 
6 


7 


''^ 1 Slievebaoe Bay IreUnd. 
' W. Coast. 


5 4a 


lOi 


■i 


L, A&ica. W.Cst 
b^N^alcotia 

1. Gnlf St 


6 
3 S3 

7 64 
10 30 

3 43 


11 
13i 

5i 


; Sligo (Baj), Ireland - 

,. 1 Harbour, Ireland 

'" ; Slj-ne Hd., Irdand. W-C, 

Georges I'hannel. 
_ Snierwick, Ireland 
■' 1 StnithTille. United States 


5 18 

s a3 

G 

7 19 


Hi 

"4 

31 


a 


tay', Yellow $m 


1 30 




1 Smoky Baj, Australia, 
,. „„l S. Coa«l. 
^*'^" ■; Smyth Harbour. Ticrra 

1 del Fuego, 

i' Snflpe Bridge, Orford, 


12 15 


6 




f.Aii«ralia, N.C. 
— E-Coart - 
,tefB-,Au«tnUB, 


6 
B 30 
10 30 


iB-as 

ISMS 


13 


a* 




I. England - 
^ America, H.W. 


U 34 
1 


18 
13* 


1 Socotrald., IndiatiOccau 


3 19 
7 20 


■1' 


8i 


Of Weal lUier, 
ILCoait: 






SofoU R., Aft-ica. E. Cocut 


4 


19 








1, Solovetlt^ad, White Sea 


5 










5-6 


Solway (Tarn Point), 


11 23 


33 


18 


CSbao-king) - 
(Wochaa) - 

er, Malacca 6m. 

tf the town - 






3 


Soinonda Bay, \\*lute Sea 


a 40 


6 




9 


13 


1-U 


Sosnovew, White Sea - 
Souma, WLile Sea 


6 30 


18 




9 15 


10 




South Farallon, Califtimia 
South Rock, Ireland - 


10 37 
10 58 


,? 


.3 


one,Afric»,W.C. 


7 55 


g 




; Southampton, Engbind - 


f 10 30 

i i-i 45 

7 30 

13 

11 30 

4 30 
11 43 


7 
SS 
6i 

4 
39 


9* 


iL(Bar).Sunu>tia 
Japan Sea - 
?ort. Japan Sea 
4i. Japan Sea - 
lar, AfHca - 
t. laland. F.S. 
^ New Harbour, 
a Slrsil. 


7 30 
5 
S 30 
2 44 
7 43 
9 43 


41 

7 

3-5 

H 


35 


1 South West Bay. New 

Pro\-idence. 
, Cape.N.Zealand 

Southwold, England - 
Spain. Fort, Tnnidad - 
Spellers Anchorage, Bay 


5 
33 


Wca,W.Coan- 
rdy Ida., Torre. 


5 
9 IS 


4 
10 




ofFondy. 
Bay,Africa.S.W. 


10 50 


3-6 




E.Co>it. 








1 











High 


Bi«. 




High 




Pta.. 


Water, 
FnUand 






Place. 


FoUand 












Change. 


BpriuKi. 


NoK«. 




Caiange. 


Sprin, 


Spemer Gulf, (Tliornj 
Pareage.) AoWraUa, S. 
Qata.. 


h. m. 

12 


^ 


ft. 


Swansea, (Hnmblei 
Swift Bay. Auatralia, N. 


h. m. 
6 1 

12 


ft. 
21 


SjiicerB Cove, B. of Fundy 
Spider Id., China, F, C. - 


11 35 
10 


37 
17 


30k 


Coaat. 
Swona, E. aide, Fentland 


iO 24 


10 


Spilibergen (Bell Suund) 
Spurn Ft. (Humber R.). 


e 56 

5 3S 


4 


15 


W. aide, Pentknd 

Firth. 


9 3S 


10 


Eoglaud. 
Staten Istana, Tierra del 

Fuego. 
SUnnton Id,, Tellow Sea 
Stellncoom Fort, Oregon 
Stepben Port, Auatralia, 

E. Coast. 

Falktaod 

LUndS. 
Slevart Harliour, Tieira 

del Fuego. 
StirUng, Firth of Forth, 

Scoiliuia. 
Stirrup CnjB, Bahamas - 
Slocliton<Teefl), England 


i 30 

1 30 

i 46 


• 

n 


n 


Sydney. Auetralifl,E. Cat. 
— — -HBrb.,Cape Breton 
Table Bay, Amc»,W,Cst. 
TiibouR.,Aftica,W.C«t. 
Tabuai Island, S. Pacific 


8 38 

9 
2 40 
4 45 


? 

9 

3-4 

3 


7 45 


7i 




Tadeo. San. Hiver, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast. 
Tsliiti, 8. Paci6c 


11 45 


S 
1) 


2 50 


4 




Tahri, Persian (Julf - 
TaichowHa.,Chii>a,E.a 


9 


14 


3 62 

7 

4 40 


11 


H 


Tai-Tai Bay, China Sea, 
E. Coast. 

TBlcahuano, Chile 

Talfan Island. Patagonia, 
W. Coast 

Ta-lien-whan Bay, Yel- 
low Sea. 

Tam-Siii Harbour China 
Sea, E. Coast 

TaniarE.,GeorgeTown, 
Tasmania. 

Tasmania. 
-^Porl, Magellan 


9 30 

10 14 
1 8 


H 

5 
I5j 




t 10 

9 7 


14 


11 


10 10 


12 


Slomowaj-, Lewis Wand, 
Scoilani 

Irelnnd. 

Head of Loogh 

(Turky Rocks). 
Streaky Bay (Blanohe- 


6 46 

10 S3 

IS 31 
12 44 

I 


13 
14 

n 

5 


94 

Hi 

9* 


11 4S 
11 19 

I 
3 5 


7-11 

m 

5 


portj, Australia S. C. 
Stroma, S. aide, I'entUnd 

Firth. 
Stromness, Okneyi 
Suadiva Atoll, Maldires 


9 47 
9 


9 

10 

4 


6* 


E. Coas't ^^ ' 
Tampa Bay, United Statea 
Tanabt-, Ki Channel, 

Japan Sea. 
Tanera, Summer Ishmda, 

t-colland. 
Tangier, Afiica, S, Coast 
Tangtang Ilarbour.MadB- 

gascar, E. Coast 
Tanjong Api, China Sea 
Tanjong Bolus, Malacca 

Strait 
Tonno, Ne« Hebrides - 


4 18 

U 21 
G 


8 
6 


Soal Port, Luzon - - 
Suderoe Fiord, Ftcroe 
Ittanda. 

SueiBay(headof Galf), 

R^dSea. 
Sugbrii, Arabia, S.E. Cat 
Suroburgh Head, Shetland 
SoDderland, England - 


6 

2 

8 

9 45 

3 32 


6 

H 
s 

6 

1*4 


n 


« 87 

1 4S 

4 30 

9 30 


14 

8 

5 

T 
10| 


N., England - 

Sup£ Bay, Peru - - 
Sural, Hindooslan. W. C. 
Snrin, St, France - - 


2 30 
4 60 
4 
4 11 


15 
3 
19 


Hi 
11 


5 35 
43 

6 10 


3 
S 


Snriiium, Guavana 
Susfox Port,' Fslkhind 


6 




Taranaki or New Ply- 


9 30 


19 


Iilanda. 








mouth, New Zealand. 






Sutton Pool, England . 


5 32 


iH 


iij 


Tjrbtrt, Irclaud . - 

Tarlfa, Spain 

Tarn I't., Solway, Scot- 

Tarpaiilin Cove, United 

States. 


4 67 


^i* 


Sviatoi Koa, Lapland - 
Svinoe Fionl, Fmroe Ida. 


9 IS 
13 


64 


^ 


1 46 
11 22 


< 

23 


Swain Reefs, Australia E. 
Co««. 


10 


10 




8 4 


»i 


Swan Id., Rasa Strait - 

— BJTer, Port Grey, 

Aoitralia, W. CoasL 


9 39 


J« 




9 57 


4 








Scotia. 


10 


8 



203 



Water, 
Foil and 
Chinge. 



Hise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



% Bay, Jmpan Sea 

a Harbour, New 

id. 

L» (entrance) Bay 

i^al, B. Coast 

▼er (Bmr), Scot- 



bay, China 
B. Coast 

oaBoad,6al7.(N. 

Barb., Ireland - 
. CBar), England 
Kmth, Engluid - 



*e. Cape Verd Ida., 
ta Cnu). 
■a, Azores 
rkWL R, Lapland - 
elUng (West), 
lerlands. 
^ ITVhite Sea 
I, Aftica, N. Coast 
(outside Shoals), 
lerlanda. 
f Sound, Australia, 



IS St, Id., Africa - 
^8onSd.^Kew Zear 

T Passage, Spencer 
i, Aostzalia, S. C. 
minde, Jutland - 

Hammock Island 
side), Bass Strait 
Kings Islands, New 
land. 

Points Cape, Africa, 
Coast 

Rirers, Rirer St 
rrence. 

ps Point, U. S. - 
lo, Scotland - 

Island, (Port San 
into) filipinas. 
; Bay, Patagonia - 
pak Harh., China, 
It Coast 

inicr Bay, G. of 
Kieo. 
laCy Chnsan, China, 



jgo, Caribbean Sea - 
mory. Isle of Moll 
»Ali Point, Banka 

(Seto-nchi), Japan 



i 



(taba, S. Pacific - 
ang Harb^ China, 



h. m. 
5 50 
7 10 

10 90 

2 6 
10 15 

5 

5 16 

3 45 

6 

6 

12 82 

7 20 

8 40 

3 17 

2 28 

6 30 

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3 25 

11 30 

12 

3 34 

10 30 

8 

4 

11 30 

11 20 
8 28 
6 30 

1 45 

12 

irr. 
11 

irr. 

5 36 
8 30pm* 

10 OAXt 
11 0? 

6 50 
11 30 



ft. 

5 

6 

20 

16 



64 

15 
13 
27 

84 

44 
12 

6 

7 

24 

4 

12-18 

8 
6-8 

2 

10 

7 

4 



H 

14| 
6 

11 

84 



12 



} 



34 
13 

12 



4 
12 



ft 
4i 

14 



H 
«4 

20 
6 



14 

34 



6 



74 

11 



n 

5 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



Tonning, Germany 
Tooniang Id., Bias Bay, 

China, £. Coast. 
Torbay, England ^ 
Toro Point, Chile - 
Tortola, Virgin Islands - 
Tortugas, Florida, U. S. 
Tower Id., Galapagos - 
Townshend Harb., Tierra 

del Fnego. 
Townshend Port, Oregon 
Tracadie, Prince Edward 

Island. 
Tr» Islands, Norway - 
Trawbreaga Loogh, Ire- 
land. 
Tregnier, France - 
Trek Island, White Sea - 
Trepassey, Newfoondland 
Tr^port, France - - 
Tres Cmces Point, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast 
Triangles, Gulf of Mexico 
Trincomalee Har., Ceylon, 

S. Coast. 
Tringano R, G. of Siam, 
China Sea, W. Coast 
Trinidad (Port Spain), 

Caribbee Islands. 
Trinity Bay (BuU Id.) 

Newfoundland. 
-^— Opening, Great 

Barrier Reefs. 
Tristan d'Acunha, South 

Atlantic. 
Triton Harb., New- 
foundland. 
Tromso, Norway - 
Troon, Scotland 
Troubridge Shoals, Aus- 
tralia S. Coast. 
Truro, England (Town 

Quay). 
Tsang chow Id., Bias 
Bay, China, E. Coast 
Tsau-liang-hai or Chosan 

Harb., Japan Sea. 
Tsu-fdma Sound, Yellow 

Sea. 
Tudwall, St, Road, Wales 
Tumaco Road, Ecuador - 
Tunis, Mediterranean - 
Tuma Bay, White Sea - 
Turner C, Prince Edwd. 

Island. 
Turon Bw, Cochin China 
Tuticorin Harb., G. of 
Manar, Bay of Bengal, 
W. Coast 
Tutukaka Harbour, New 
Zealand. 



h. m. 
2 1 

8 

6 

9 45 

8 30 

9 56 
? 

2 30 

3 49 

7 

11 45 

6 10 

5 32 

10 48 

7 

11 9 
1 15 



8 18 

8 
4 30 
7 22 

9 15 



7 0? 

1 45 
11 50 

3 30 

5 5 

8 30 

7 45 

8 30 

7 45 

2 33 

9 54 

6 10 

3 
1 15 

7 



ft 
9 



134 

'U 

? 
5 

54 

34 
7 

Hi 

25 
20 

64 
27 

16 

IJ 
2 



4 

3* 
7-12 

8 

2-4? 

8 

10 
6 

10 



8 

14 

12 

3 

11 

4 

4 

24 



9 



ft 



10 



5 
2 



84 

134 

5 
21 

14 

3 
2 



ri 



2 



1| 



^ In S JS. monsoon. 



t In N.W. monsoon. 



204 





High 


Rise. 




High 


Rife. 


Place. 


Water, 
Full and 






Place. 

1 


Water, 
Foil and 




1 






1 




Change. 


Springs. 


Neaps, 
ft. 




Change. 


Sprinp^ Nd 




h. m. 


It 


1 
i 


h. m. 


ft 


t 


Tweed River (Danger 


9 45 


5-8 


'1 VictoriaR., Mosquito Fhit, 


12 19 


15-24 




Point), Australia E.G. 






' Australia, N.W. Coast 








TwofoldB., Australia, E.C. 
Tylatiap Harb. Java, S.C. 


10 
8 45 


7 


'\ . .. . _ f^nnrlv TalnnH 


1 17 


S^IO 




3* 


Australia, N.W. Coast 


»r— IW 




Tynemouth(Bar),EugIand 
Tjpvi Anchorage, China, 


3 20 


14i 

7 


1 1 1 Turtle Pt. 


7 15 


7-lS 




10 


' Australia, N.W. Coast 


• Aw 


• %^M 




E. Coast 






1 Vigo, Spain - - - 


8 


12-13 




Uist, North, Scotland, 


6 10 


U\ 


8 J Vin Harbour, G.St Law- 


5 45 


5 


1 
« 


W. Coast. 






rence. 








Ullapool, Loch Broom, 


6 40 


14i 


lOi ' Vincent, St, Cape, Mada* 


4 45 


12 




Scotland. 








gascar, W. Coast 








Ummen Nakhcilah. Per- 


7 30? 


8? 




Port St, New 


5 50 


4i 




sian Gulf. 








Caledonia. 








Underwood Port, New 


6 10 


8 


6 


Virgin C, Magellan 


8 SO 


36-42 




Zealand. 








Strait 








Union Bay, La Plata - 


3 10 


12 


9 


Vivero, Spain, N. Coast - 


3 


15 




Union, Port la, G. of 


3 15 


lOj 


8} 


Vlndimu-, St, Bay, G. of 


irr. 


2 




Fonseca, Cent America. 








Tartary. 








Upeijiivik, Greenland . 


il 


8 




Volcano Ids., China, E. 


11 30 


15 


3 


Upstart Cape, Australia, 


11 


6-8 




! Coast 








E. Coast 








Vorouov C, White Sea - 


11 20 


17 




Urakami, Japan Sea 


7 30 


6 


5 


Waagoe Fiord, Faroe 


6 


n 


\ 


Uranouchi, Japan Sea - 






5 


Ids. 








Urie Firth, Shetlands - 


9 45 


6* 


5 


Wahaay Harb. (Ceram), 


6 


3 




Ursulald JPalawan,China 


11 


H 




N. Coast, Moluccas. 








Sea, E. Coast 








Waikato R., New Zea- 


9 30 


12 


1 


Ushant, France - - 


3 32 


19i 


13| 


land. 








Ushruffi Islands, Red Sea 


6 14 


2 




Walker Creek, Choiseul 


6 20 


5i 




Utria, New Granada 


4 


12 




Id., Falkland Ids. 








Vaero, Norway 


12 


9 


7J 


, R. Tyne, Eng- 




lOi 




Valdivia Port, Chile - 


10 35 


5 




land. 








Valeutia Harb., Ireland - 


3 42 


11 


8 


Wallace Har. , Nova Scotia 


10 30 


8 


1 


Valentine Harb., Magellan 


2 






WalUs Id., Torres Strait 


irreg. 


7 




Strait 








■ Walvisch Bay, AfHca, 


1 54 


6 




Valery St en-Caux, France 


10 46 


27 


2U 


W. Coast 








snr-Somme, 


11 46 


27 


24 


Wanchew R. (entrance). 


9 


15i 




France. 








China, E. Coast 








Vallay, North Uist, Scot- 


6 10 


lU 


8* 


rpitv^ Phinii 


9 30 


IH 








land, W. Coast. 








E. Coast 








Vallenar R., Patagonia, 


18 


5 




Wanganui R, New Zea- 


10 15 


8 


i 


W. Coast 








land. 








Valparaiso, Chile 


9 32 


5 




Inlet, New Zea- 


11 20 


7 


1 


Vansittarts Saddle, Yel- 


4 20 


10 


8^ 


land. 








low Sea. 








Wangari Harbour, New 


7 


9 


1 


Veere, Netherlands 


1 20 


15 




Zealand. 








Ventry, Ireland 


3 44 


lOi 


7i 


Wangaroa Harbour, New 


8 15 


7 




Venus Harbour, Austra- 


2 15 


6 




Zealand. 








lia, S. Coast. 








WangaruruHarbouTjNew 


7 10 


9 


\ 


Vera Crux, G. of Mexico 




2 




2^and. 








Verde C, Africa, W. C. 


7 45 


5 




Wapitagun Harb., G. of 


10 30 


5 


1 


Vermilion Bay, G. of 


irr. 


H 


U 


St I^wrence. 








Mexico. 








Warleigh Quay, River 


5 47 


14 


V 


Vernon Chan. (Chusan 


9 40 


14 




Tavy, England. 








Arch), China, E. Coast 








Wamboro* Sd., Australia, 




3^ 




Versavidi, Hindoostan, 


12 15 


16 




W. Coast 








W. Coast 








Warrenpoint, Carling- 
ford, Ireland. 


11 10 


I4i 


£ 


Verte Bay, Nova Scotia 


10 


9 


5 




^ 




Victoria, Brazil - 


3 


4 




Lough Foyle, 


6 SO 


4 


■; 




irr 


7-10 




Ireland 








Strait 


*< 1. 


f ~**v 




Watch Hill, United States 


9 


3 


» 





High 


Biie. 




High 


«... 1 


jnaee. 


FnUuia 






Place. 


Wawr, 
Full and 


















Cbwge. 


Spring. 


Nop*. 




Change. 


Bprinpi 


N«p* 




h. m. 


ft. 


It 




.... 


ft. 


ft. 


rt (BiMge). Ii«. 


e fl 


13J 


lOj 


WitliMch Eye, Ensland 
WiTMhoe, CoJne Kiyer, 


12 10 


15 


10 


wd (I>nnc«imon 


a ao 


131 


10 


EEgland. 








k 










11 8 


H 




«B^AM!^S.Ott 


4 


e 




Arctic Regions 








dutdi, TSerra del 


a 


9 




WoodbridgeUaTCDCBar), 


11 45 


13 


9 


a- 








EDgland. 








i-vci Hubour, 


9 30 


9 




(KiDgston 


35 


10 




•wSm. 








Qimy). England. 








Ic*d, K. Tuur, 


6 17 


Si 


li 


Woodbridge, (^Viiford 


S5 


7 




tod. 








Bridge), England. 








M B, Psttgonifc 


50 


'* 




WoodlBrk Id., Louidade 
Archip. 

Woods Hole (entrance 


7 15 


4 




EJ li, AMWlilL, 


7 30 


e-13 




S 34 


3 


I* 


Mt. 








ftora Vineyard Somid). 








It, Dnilcd SUIM 


n 5 


13J 


la 


tniledHtilM. 








GiigUnd 


7 


13 




(enlnince 


7 S9 


*i 




Jar, EnRlaiid 


6 SO 


18 




ftmo Bnziard Bay), 










2 10 






United States. 








outer lighlTessel). 


11 30 






Woolwich. England - 


1 37 


I8i 


i:ij 


maj. 








Woriiinglon, England - 


11 4 


20 


15 


Dve, Kcmnsre R., 


3 S3 


10 


7i 


Wrabnea>i, iSlour iiiver, 


13 29 


12 




ad. 








England. 








It. Si^lherlands - 


I 49 






Wronger Oog, Germany 


13 


9? 




ill,Aiistraliii.E.C. 


10 fiO 


34 




Wrath Cape, Scotland - 


7 30 


lOi 




3nodd7, B.y *f 


11 12 


31 




Wrecic Iteef, Aostralia, 


e 4S 


6-8 




&rer, China, K 








E. Coast 














Wuchan, Si Klang, 




1-ii 




I, » Si KiMg. 








China. ICnMCoaM. 










1 10 


8 


« 


Wusung River (entrance). 


30 


IS 


loj 


■wt. 








Vang-lse.Kyang,(_'hina 








lasliaTen, Fkiim 


8 


OJ 


H 


1-1 Coast. 
















Wynlioops Bay, JnTa - 


5 


*i 




«,OrkMj. - 


9 11 


10 


H 


Yang-lse Kyang (cn- 


12 


13 


8 


'-nv^mue.^e- 


6 94 


37 


28| 


i™nce),Cliina,E.Co«,t. 
Tarmoulh Haven (Brush) 




53 


*i 


at. IreLmd 


4 97 


I2i 


It 


England. 








■d, Iicluid 


7 81 


5 


Bay of Fondy 

Bridge. KnglMd 


■ 10 9 


16 


13 


Mrin March . 




1 






5 




,),JlnApril - 


1 19 


1 7^ 




Road, England 


9 15 


6 


4 


I llDMar&JoM 


30 


J 




,J.k. of Wight, 


I 10 


}' 


64 


I Dole, p, lea. 








EnfiianJ. 


ll2 




3 45 


IS 


Hi 


YeaJm River, Digbury 


5 37 


16i 


Hi 


)ogliI»..ChiDQ.E.C. 


D 


18 




Bay. England. 








•TCO,EDgbnd - 


II 14 


33i 


18 


YedoBay, (Vokii-iiiiua) 


6 


6^ 




Not. Scotia 


8 


6* 












9eca»d 


11 23 


10 


7 


Yellaboi, Africa. Wert 


7 10 


10 




w.bdud - - 


10 29 


9 


6 


Coaat 








■T, Aii9traliH,E. C. 


9 


6-8 




Yen, He d'. IVance - 




141 


10 


all, OrknejB - 


9 3 


10 


"4 


Ylo Road. Pern 


8 15 


6* 






9 IS 


7 


Yndependencia B., Peru 


4 50 






Ne» Zealand 


12 49 


8 


6 


Yoku-hama, Yedo Bay, 


6 


6* 


*i 


ifcbr cp., Km- 


4 10 


6 




Japan Sea. 








1 Id., Aiwtrmli.. 








York C, Aoatralia, East 


11 IS 


10 


7 


glon.UnitedStWej 


S 6 


3 


2j 


Coait. 








^-romoulorj, Ans- 


a 


10 




F-ctory.HadaonBay 


11 IS 


10-14 




, S. Coatt. 








River (Moody's 


9 35 


3i 




1»rb..Mel»iUeId, 


1 30 


3i 




Wharf), L'nitedState*. 








«Ki<I»«iB'Bl»l 


7 60 






Road, MageUan St. 


a 


9 




i,E^lMi>d - 


T SO 


15 




Youghal, Ireland 


5 14 


13J 


10 



i^t 



206 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Springs. 



Neaps. 



Ynng B., Chinhac, China, 

R Coast 
Ning-po-fn, 

China, E. Coast 
Tong-hing Bay, Japan S. 
Yura Harbour, Japan Sea 



h. m. 
n 20 


ft. 
12i 


1 


9 


5 20 

6 5 


2i 
6i 



Place. 



Water, 
FoUMid 
GhangiBL 



f 




Zanxibar, AMea, E.C. - 

I (Channel) 

AfHca, E. Coait 

Zebu Port, Filh^ - 
. Zeyla, AfHca, £. Coast 
! Zieriksee, Netherlands - 



h. n. 
5 90 
4 15 


It 
10 
11 


IS 

7 15 

8 


7 







■i! 



■1 



11 



u 

-.1 



n 



LONDON: 

Printed bj Gcokos R Rraa and Wiluax SporniwooDi^ 
Printers to the Qaeeu*s most Excellent ll^cttj. 

For Her Migesty's Stationery Office. 



TIDE TABLES 



ITISH AND IRISH POETS, 

I' FOETHETEAE 

!; 1864; 



•s\ 



I THE TIMBt; AND HCIQHTS OF HIQH WATER AT FULL AND CHANQE 
FOR THE PRINCIPAL PLACES ON THE GLOBE. 



CoMFUTEi} Br John Kuhdwoop, Staff Oomuandei:, F.N. 



hOVDOttt PBIHTEI) mit THE IlVJ)IU)UKAI*Illi; OKFiCi;, ADMIItALlTj 

J. D. FOITEH i(Agtnt fir Ikt Admirallji Oarta), 31. rOUT.TRY, 
ud II, KINO STREET. TOWER HIIJ. 



Priet Out SUUiiuf and Sirpmcr- 
]863. 




CONTENTS. 



To reduce Local to Greenwich time - - 

Advertisement . . . • - 

Diagram to explain the terms Bise and Range - - - 

Daily Tide Tables for 24 of the chief ports of the United Kingdom, inclu- 
ding Brest - - - - •- 

Table for finding the height of tide at any intermediate hour between 
high and low water - - - - - - 9 

Correction to be applied in order to obtain the height of water over the 
dock-sills of 19 of the chief ports of the United Kingdom - - ic 

Tidal constants for 180 ;places in the United Sngdom, and 51 places on 
the coasts of Europe - • • « - i< 

Set of the tidal stream along the south coast of England - i< 

„ ,) on the east coast of Great Britain - - i 

„ „ among the Orkneys - - - - i 

Remarks on the set of the tidal stream in the English and Irish Channels^ 
and in the North Sea - - - - - i 

'lime of high-water at full and change, with the rise of the tide at springs 
and neaps for upwards of 2000 of the principal places on the globe - i 



[6403— 2000-*9/63.3 



INDEX TO TIDE TABLES, 1864. 





■ 




















Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct 


Nov. 


Dec. 


ST - 


Page 


8 


i6 


24 


32 


40 


48 


56 


64 


73 


80 


88 


96 


- - 


5? 


2 


lO 


18 


26 


34 


42 


50 


58 


66 


74 


82 


90 


rPORT - 


*• »1 


2 


lO 


18 


26 


34 


42 


50 


58 


66 


74 


82 


90 


I - - 


>5 


3 


II 


»9 


*7 


35 


43 


51 


59 


67 


75 


83 


9' 


\Y - - 


»J 


9 


17 


^5 


33 


41 


49 


57 


65 


73 


81 


89 


97 


rocK - 


5? 


6 


14 


22 


30 


38 


46 


54 


62 


70 


78 


86 


94 


ICH - 


» 


4 


12 


20 


28 


36 


44 


5* 


60 


68 


76 


84 


92 


113AT) - 


»<• 


7 


15 


^3 


3X 


39 


47 


55 


63 


71 


79 


87 


95 


- - - 


JJ 


4 


12 


20 


28 


36 


44 


5* 


60 


68 


76 


84 


92 


rowN - 


J> 


7 


15 


^3 


31 


39 


47 


55 


63 


71 


79 


87 


95 


- - 


J> 


5 


13 


21 


29 


31 


45 


53 


61 


69 


77 


85 


93 


POOL - 


5» 


6 


14 


22 


30 


38 


46 


54 


62 


70 


78 


86 


94 


N - - 


»5 


3 


II 


19 


a? 


3S 


43 


51 


59 


67 


75 


83 


91 


NDERRY 


» 


8 


16 


24 


3a 


46 


48 


56 


64 


72 


80 


88 


96 


OKE - 


>» 


6 


14 


22 


30 


38 


46 


54 


62 


70 


78 


86 


94 


MOUTH 


J> 


2 


10 


18 


26 


34 


42 


50 


58 


66 


74 


82 


90 


rSTOWN 


5> 


9 


^7 


^5 


33 


41 


49 


57 


65 


n 


81 


89 


97 


JTESS - 


» 


3 


II 


19 


^7 


3S 


43 


51 


59 


67 


75 


83 


91 


[>s (North) „ 


5 


13 


21 


29 


37 


45 


53 


61 


69 


77 


85 


93 


Bay - 


» 


8 


16 


24 


32 


40 


48 


56 


64 


72 


80 


88 


96 


RLAND 


55 


4 


12 


20 


28 


36 


44 


5* 


60 


68 


76 


84 


92 


o - - 


55 


5 


13 


21 


29 


37 


45 


53 


61 


69 


77 


85 


93 


iFORD 


» 


9 


17 


^5 


33 


41 


49 


57 


65 


73 


81 


89 


97 


>K-8UPEB-lfABE 


7 


15 


a3 


31 


39 


47 


55 


63 


71 


79 


87 


95 



iV 



NOTICE. 



If it be desired to reduce the Mean Time at any Place to that of 
G-reenwich (or Railway) Time, (which latter is used in the Tide Tables, 
published in Liverpool and Glasgow,) the following correction must 
be applied to the Time given in these Tables :— - 

Minutes. 



Bresl 


. + 18 


Devonport 


- + 17 


Portsmouth 


^ + 4 


Dover 


- - 5 


Sheerness 


' - 3 


Harwich 


- - 5 


Hull 


- + I 


Sunderland 


- + 5 


North Shields 


- + 6 


Leith 


- + 13 


Thurso 


- + 14 


Greenock 


- + 19 


Liverpool 


- + 12 


Pembroke 


- H- 20 


Weston-super-mare 


. 4- 12 


Holyhead ' - 


. + 18 



For the L*ish Porte, should Dublin Mean Time be required, the 
following correction must be applied to the time given in these 
Tables :— 



Elingstown 

Belfast 

Londonderry. 

Sligo 

Gslw&j 

Queenstown (Cork) 

Waterford 



Minutes. 

— I 

— 2 

+ 4 

+ 9 

+ II 

+ 8 

+ 3 



The above corrections are also given at the foot of each page under the 
place for \«'hich the times and heights of high water are predicted. 



ADVEETISEMENT. 



the following Tables the time of High Water is given to Mean time at Place. 

?e who are desiroas of knowing the Apparent time, (or that shown by the Snn,) 
which Hi^h Water occars, must apply the equation of time, by addition or sub- 

tion, as directed for that purpose. 

The height of the tide in these Tables is calculated from the mean level of the low 
of ordinary springs, because the soundings expressed iu most charts are reduced 
that level. Tlie height therefore which is given at each place is the actual rise of 
{h water above the mean low- water level of spring-tides. 

la the column of the Moon's transit, (m) stands for morning, and (a) for afternoon. 

The Moon's age is given in days, and tenths of a day, from the time of her conjunc- 
or change; thus, it is New, Moon on the 6th of April, at i h. 49 m. in the 
1001I9 and therefore, on the 7th of April, at noon, the moon being 2 2h. iim. 
her age may be accounted as nine tenths of a day, and is expressed by 0*9. 

The highest equinoctial tides take place, on the west coast of Ireland and on the 

coast of England, three transits after the New and Full Moon, unless diverted 

gales of wind or other extraordinary causes. Along the east coast of England, they 

place four transits after the New and Full Moon. In the river Thames they 

^^e transits after the same epoch. The^e differences arise from the cause, that 

me tide-wave which produces high water on the west coast of Ireland takes half 

daj in its progress from thence to the east coast of England, and a whole day before 

arriTes in the river Thames. 

The time of liigh water at Brest is added for the benefit of vessels navigating the 
coast of France and the adjacent sea. 

Imiiiediately after the Tide Tables, at page 98, will be found a convenient method of 
If from them, the height of the tide at any intermediate hour, between high 
low water. 

The next Table, at page loi, shows the depths on the dock-sills at Falmouth, 
iporty Pl3rmouih, Portsmouth, Sheemess, Chatham, Woolwich,' Deptford, London, 
Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Sunderland, Leith, Pembroke, Liverpool, Birken- 
Dublin, and Londonderry. 

In page 103 will be found a collection of Constant Differences, by which the time 

height of high water at certain other ports may be approximately found. If the 

lorities at the different ports would transmit to the Admiralty six months' obser- 

(at least) of the times and heights of high and low water, these Constants 

it be usefully increased. 

In page 108 a description is given of the general set of the tides in the neigh - 

rhood of several parts of the coast, including a full account of the streams among 

Orkneys, and through the Pentland Firth, by Com. F. W. L. Thomas, R. N. 

the development, by Rear-Admiral F. W. Beechey, of the movement of the 

It tide-wave up the English and Irish Channels* and into the North Sea ; to 

[wUeh has been added a description of the set of the tides in the vicinity of Rathlin 

id on the north coast of Ireland by Richard Hoskyn, Staff Commander, R. N. 

Lastlr^ there is appended the time of high water on the days of Full and Change at 
nntms places on the globe arranged according to the apparent progress of the tide- 
!*t?e and also alphabetically ; with the rise of the tide at springs and neaps. 



VI 



The stations at the several ports where the tidal observations were made on wi 
the predictions in these tables are based, are as follows, — viz : — 

Brest, entrance of the basin — Devonport, Dockyard — Portsmouth, Dockjar 
Dover, North Pier — Sheemess, Dockyard — London Docks (reduced to London Bru 
the latter being given in these tables, by applying to the times at the docks +10" 
to the heights — 4"") — ^Harwich, Angel Quay — ^HuU, Victoria Dock — Sunderh 
North Dock — North Shields, Low Lighthouse — Leith, East Pier — Thurso, i 
Scrabster Pier — Greenock, East Dock — ^Liverpool, St. Greorges Pier — ^Pembn 
Dockyard — Weston-super-mare, Bairnbach Island — Holyhead, Pier — Kmgsto 
Watering Pier — Belfast, New Dock — Londonderry, Ship Bridge — Sligo Bay, A 
laghmore — Gal way, Nimmos Pier — Queenstown, Scott's Wharf — Water ford, E 
cannon Fort. 



The ibllowing diagram is intended to explain the terms Spring Rise, Neap I 
and Neap Range as made use of on the Admiralty Charts and in the Sailing Di 
tions pablished by the Admiralty : — 



Tide Gauge;. 

XIV 

xm 



XII - 




vm 

VII 

VI 

V 

IV 

lU 

II 

I 

b 

I 

u 





a = Mean Level of High Water Ordinary Springs. 

6 = „ „ w Neaps. 

c = Half Tide or Mean Level of the sea both at Springs and Keaps. 

d = Mean Level of Low Water Ordinary Neaps. 

e = „ „ „ Springs. 



Example. 

Spring Rise (or Mean Spring Bange) = eioa 
Keap Rise - - - »= e to 6 

Neap Range - - - » cf to 6 



ft. 

12 

10 

8 



TIDE TABLES 



70R TUB 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS 



FOR THE TEAR 



1864. 



mn 



: 












TIDE TABLES FOE THE 










JANUARY, 1864. 


s 


Q 


„ ^ 


BKEST. 


DEVONPOET. 


POBTSHOUTir 


i 


1 


l| 












MOBJIINO. 




MOBHIHO. 


AFTBR[iOO>. 


MOkMMG. 


AiTca 








Time. 


Hiight. 


Tin... 


HelBht 


Time. 


Hdglit. 


Time. 


H.^ht 


■nme. 


H»W^ 


Time,'; 






a. M. 


B. K. 






H. M. 




H. K. 


T. 1. 


B. M. 


F. I. 


H. K. 






a. X.' 


F. 


1 


.^n" 4 


i ^' 


'5 


1 


8 ra 


.4 '3 


9 j8 




9 45 


12 4 


3 31 







3 49; 


S. 


• 


J 47 


8 37 


'4 


3 


9 3 


14 c 


10 11 


13 6 


10 3- 


12 I 


4 9 




8, 


4 34 


* 


3 


6 33 


9 34 


■3 


10 


10 10 


13 10 


'1 3 


la a 


II 31 


13 


4 59 




3 


id 


M. 


4 


7 j2 


10 47 


■3 


II 


II 35 


14 I 


— 


— 


14 


13 3 


6 3 




I 


Tu 


J 


3 '.S 








3 


H 6 


5a 


la 3 


1 3c 


13 6 


7 '4 




3 


7 so 


W. 


fi 


9 11 


038 


15 





t 10 


'5 8 


a 8 




a 4, 


13 3 


837 




10 


9 . 


Th. 


7 


lo 12 


1 41 


i(S 


6 


a 7 


17 3 


3 19 


13 11 


3 5 


'4 1 


9 3: 




? 


,0 > 


F. 


8 


11 14 


3 31 


[8 





' -5^ 


i8 10 


4 20 


14 10 

■5 8 


448 


14 9 






3 


'o 53I 


S. 


9 


oaii^ 


3 *3 


'9 


6 


3 48 


r<) 11 


5 '5 


5 4 


15 e 


II 19 




10 


" "l 


». 




I 16 


4 U 


IQ 


3 


438 


10 6 


6 7 


.6 3 


633 


'5 K 









1 
9 

.W 


M. 




1 13 


5 ° 


10 


8 


■1*-* 


30 8 


'S57 


16 8 


7 2C 


.6 


3. 




4 


Tu. 




3 ? 


5 47 


10 




6 10 


ao I 


7 4.1 


<6 7 


8 e 


'5 9 


I 34 




.5 


■ ,8 


W. 




3 59 


633 


't 




6 56 


19 


8 30 


16 2 


8 5a 


'5 3 








3 34 


Th. 




4 5-: 


.^ '^ 


18 




I *' 


.7 a 


9 " 


'5 5 


9 3 


14 7 


a 57 




8 


3 '9 


F. 




.^ 4° 


8 5 


16 




8 30 


'5 " 


9 53 


14 6 


10 ij 


13 9 


3 4 




1 


4 3 


S. 




6 3c 


8 ,^(5 


'5 




9 »4 


14 6 


'° 39 


'3 5 


II 4 


13 


4 37 




4 


4M| 


». 




7 ao 


9 58 


'4 




1038 


13 10 


1' 3^^ 


la 7 


— 


_ 


5 19 




6 


5 51 


M. 




8 10 


i[ 19 


'3 




— 


— 


6 


la 5 


44 


13 3 


6 39 







7 81 


Tu. 




9 


1 


13 




38 


13 II 


I 23 


.a 4 




13 4 


7 48 




I 


8"/ 


W. 




9 5° 


1 13 


14 




I 44 


14 9 


1 3,> 


12 9 


3 S 


12 8 


9 4 




6 


9 3<^ 


Th. 




10 39 


2 8 


15 




1 31 


»5 «o 


3 4* 


13 5 


4 S 


'3 3 









■; 25 


F. 




11 a(5 


3 5' 


16 




3 lo 


16 ri 


4 35 


14 I 


4 5 


'3 9 


10 47 




5 


11 IS 


S. 




morn. 


.^ 30 


'' 




3 48 


17 6 


5 19 


'4 7 


5 3S 


14 1 


1. 26 




9 


" ** 


». 




12 


4 4 


>7 




4 21 


17 u 


5 56 


14 II 


fi 14 


.4 8 


12 C 










M. 




.^.^ 


4 37 


i3 




4 5» 


18 1 


631 


'5 a 


6 46 


14 6 


17 




1 


34 


Th 




1 38 


5 7 


18 




5 ai 


18 3 


7 3 


'5 » 


7 '< 


'4 5 


5 




3 


I 7 


W. 




a 20 


5 38 


18 




5 52 


17 n 


7 3' 


14 11 


7 41" 


'4 3 


I 33 




2 


. 38 


Th 




3 2 


6 8 


'7 




6 1} 


'7 7 


8 


.4 6 


8 If 


13 11 


I 53 




I 


3 3 


F. 




3 45 


6 40 


17 




6 'jS 


.6 9 


833 


'4 ' 


8 4 


'3 7 


a 34 




II 


2 4' 


s. 


30 


4 2S 


7 «7 


ifi 




7 38 


■5 9 


9 I 


■3 6 


9 IS 


13 3 


1 59 




7 


3 18 


*. 


3. 


5 '5 


8 


15 




824 


14 8 


9 39 


13 


9 5S 


12 8 


338 




» 


3 SI 


""-"&«'*'} 


Q^-ff- 


7"- 9"^ 


60.4^. 


Pfcra ^/•lie 


J^/oo«. 


Mooa's Declination at Noon. 


D. H 


u. 


i^ 


" ' 1 K.D. 


, 


H-t,. 


= 




M-D. 


Laat Quarter- 2 7 39 Morning. 




4.8.32 9 I 


73.42 


17 


7n 


18 


".i 


New 9 7 


46 Moraing. 




8 35 10 1 


4 4 


18 


9 


3' 


2d 


First Qunrter- r^ 11 


6 Afternoon. 




I 33 II 


9 3* 


19 2 




45 


27 


Full 23 10 


2 Afternoon. 




6 31- 


4 ^9 




o 


'i9 


28 








8 49 


13 


oN.4a 






'4 


29 


In Perige« - - 10 2 


Morning, 




>o 34 


•4 


5 4» 


23 


8 


3.S 


30 


In Apogee - - 24 9 


Afternoon. 




I 3 


'•; ' 


16 


33 


6 


8 


3» !■ 






S 


5 


16 r 


4 I' 


^4 


3 


* 





^ven for Mean Time at Place ; if Greenwich or Railiraj Time be nqd 



BEITISH AND lEISH PORTS. 



JANUARY, 1864. 


DOTEB. 


BHEEENE3S. 


LONDON. 


'4 


MOBKIXO. 


ArtBimooii. 


MoBmifo. 


AmcKHOOV. 


HOHKING. 


ApTElUiOOH. 


ItaT 


H«i«ht. 


TtaB. 


H»t«M, 


Tba.,. 


m»t. 


Tbnv. 


Hdgbt 


Time. H««bt. 


Timo. Heiglit 










V. I. 


H. M. 


F. 1. 


H. «, 




H. Ifc F. 1. 




D. 


3 13 


16 3 


3 30 


■5 '■> 


4 43 


14 3 


5 3 


14 


6 1517 4 


6 34:17 1 


II-7 


3 50 


'5 7 


4 13 


■5 ' 


5 »3 


13 9 


5 45 


13 7 


6 5416 10 


7 '616 7 


i 


4 31 


14 10 


5 4 


■4 7 


6 13 


13 4 


641 


13 3 


7 4016 5 


8 816 3 


33-7 


S 34 


14 « 


6 3 


.4 6 


7 14 


•3 I 


7 5> 


13 I 


8 4316 


9 '7J'5 ■■ 


•4-7 


6 40 


•4 9 


7 ■« 


15 I 


8 33 


•3 3 


9 5 


■3 5 


9 5315 ■■ 


10 30,6 I 


'5"7 


I 53 


'1 ' 


8 36 


16 3 


9 41 


13 9 


10 ij 


14 3 


II piti 3 


11 4416 } 


.6-7 


8 j« 


16 9 


935 


'2 ■• 


10 45 


,4 6 


II 15 


14 II 


— — 


'i'1 ' 


'2'' 


9 5" 


17 10 


10 19 


■ 8 3 


11 40 


'5 1 


— 


— 


4417 5 


I 10 


17 1 


.8-7 


10 47 


18 II 


11 15 


19 3 


5 


■5 8 


30 


16 I 


I 37 '8 4 


a 2 


18 IC 


• 


11 43 


'9 7 





— 


o5« 


16 4 


I 31 


16 8 


3 3619 3 


3 51 


'9 


1-3 


9 


19 10 


34 




I 45 


16 10 


3 9 


16 II 


3 15 '9 " 


3 39J30 


3*3 


59 


30 


I 35 


19 11 


3 31 


16 II 


» 55 


16 II 


4 120 3 


4 3,i30 3 


3-3 


1 50 


Is i' 


3 14 


19 4 


3 17 


16 10 


3 40 


16 7 


4 5020 1 


5 "l"9 " 


4*3 


a 37 




3 


18 s 


4 3 


16 3 


4 3« 


■5 " 


5 34 19 7 


5 5;ii9 . 


5'» 


3 32 


■7 9 


3 44 


17 3 


4 49 


■5 « 


5 I* 


15 


6 191S 10 


6 43i» < 


J 


4 8 


16 6 


4 33 


■5 10 


5 37 


14 8 


6 3 


14 3 


7 6,7 10 


7 3017 4 


7-' 


4 j6 


■5 3 


5 35 


■4 9 


633 


13 10 


7 3 


13 5 


75916 ■■ 


8 jaliS < 


S'l 


S 59 


14 6 


6 34 


14 4 


7 35 


13 3 


8 30 


13 3 


9 9'6 3 


9 4'>i5 1 
II 413 I 


9-3 


1 '■* 


14 « 


'2 53 


14 9 


9 c 


13 3 


9 39 


13 4 


10 35 IS 10 




8 39 


■5 


8 59 


'1 5 


10 I 


13 6 


10 49 


13 9 


II 4315 11 




Il'3 


9 »5 


'i ? 


9 49 


16 3 


II 18 


14 


II 43 


'* I 


° '5'J I 


44,6 


13-3 


10 II 


1(5 6 


■0 33 


16 10 






4 


14 6 


I 10' 16 8 


1 33 17 


13-3 


10 54 


•7 ' 


II 14 


17 4 


34 


14 9 


45 


14 11 


■ 5517 3 


3 .4.7 





II 33 


■7 6 


II JO 


17 8 


I 3 


'5 ■ 


[ 3 


■5 3 


3 3317 10 


3 50,8 


I5"a 


— 


— ■ 


■> 7 


17 10 


1 37 


■5 5 


■ 53 


■5 « 


3 618 3 


3 33.8 


■7'« 


35 


'2 " 


041 


18 


• S 


•5 7 


3 33 


■5 7 


3 39 '8 7 


3 ,53 18 


058 


18 


' '2 


18 


3 3s 


■5 7 


» 54 


•5 7 


4 918 8 


4 3+.8 


lS'3 


I 31 


■' ■; 


\i 


17 9 


3 6 


■5 « 


3 33 


•5 5 


4 39'" a 


4 55 '8 


19-3 


3 4 


■7 8 




'7 5 


3 37 


■5 3 


3 53 


>5 I 


5 " iS .! 


5 >«i8 . 


30*3 


3 41 


17 I 


3 


■ 6 9 


4 ic 


,411 


4 38 


■4 8 


543.S . 


5 59 '7 ■ 


31-3 


3 19 


16 4 


3 38 


15 "I 


446 




5 a 


14 I 


6 1817 7 


«3/i7 . 


3,-. 


"& 


"*•} 9"- 4'"- 


g«. o""- 


g^?"- 1 




EquatioK of Time at Koo 


». 




^ , 




ii.i>. 


M. g. 




li.D. 


^_ 






JLD. 


M. S. 




3 3 


Sub. 


9 


7 '4 


Sub. 


17 


10 I 




Sub. 


35 


la 3a 


Sub. 


4 






7 39 




18 








36 


'» 45 




4 3 




II 


8 3 




19 








37 


.1.0 




S 




13 


8 37 












38 


13 10 




S 'i 




13 


850 




31 








39 


13 ai 




.! 5< 




14 


9 " 




33 


II 4 






30 


13 31 




6 3a 




■5 


9 34 




33 








31 


13 41 




648 




l5 


9 55 




34 


13 I 













VI 



The stations at the several ports where th^ tidal observations were made on wt 
the predictions in these tables are based, are as follows, — viz : — 

Brest, entrance of the basin — Devonport, Dockyard — Portsmouth, Dockjan 
Dover, North Pier — Sheerness, Dockyard — London Docks (reduced to London Brid 
the latter being given in these tables, by applying to the times at the docks + 10" i 
to the heights — 4"») — ^Harwich, Angel Quay — Hull, Victoria Dock — Sunderla 
North Dock — North Shields, Low Lighthouse — Leith, East Pier — Thurso, n 
Scrabster Pier — Greenock, East Dock — ^Liverpool, St. Grecnrges Pier — ^Pembit 
Dockyard — Weston-super-mare, Bairnbach Island — Holyhead, Pier — Kingston 
Watering Pier — Belfast, New Dock — Londonderry, Ship Bridge— Sligo Bay, M 
laghmore — ^Galway, Nimmos Pier — Queenstown, Scott's Wharf — Water ford, D 
cannon Fort. 



The idUowing diagram is intended to explain the terms Spring Rise, Neap B 
and Neap Bange as made use of on the Admiralty Charts and in the Sailing Dii 
tions published by the Admiralty : — 



Tide Gaugt;. 

XIV 

xm 



xu =. 



X 
IX 

vm 

vn 

VI 

V 

IV 

III 
n 

I 

b 

I 

II 






a 
h 
c 
d 

e 



Mean Level of High Water Ordinary Springs. 

n n 9* JNeaps. 

Half Tide or Mean Level of the sea both at Springs and Keaps. 
Mean Level of Low Water Ordinary Neaps. 

>» M w Springs. 



Example, 

Spring Bise (or Mean Spring Bange) 
Ke^Kise ... 

Neap Range ... 



e to a 
eXo b 
dtob 



ft. 

12 

10 

8 




TIDE TABLES 



TOR TUB 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS 



FOR THE YEAR 



1864. 



17. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THB 



JANUARY, 1864. 



83 



Th. 
F. 



H. 



M. 
Tu. 3 



3 7 

3 59 

4 5° 

5 4° 

6 3' 



3a 3 3 3»3: 



o) 9 43 



Tims. I 



a 41 

3 53 

4 4« 

5 34 

6 ,4 

6 48 

7 "9 

I 5° 

8 19 

8 5' 

9 "5 



Uairilwi Spring ^ 41. Ift'"- 



IQll. e*' 



i'Aow* of lite Moon. 





Jtfbon'j Deelinaliot, 


a( A'oon. 




B , 


■.D. 


/ 


H-D. 


, 


»-i>. 




4S.aa 


9 


179.4a 


■7 


>;«.,» 


a! 




8 3.^ 




14 4 




■9 31 


36 




la 33 


II 


9 3» 


IV 


ao 45 






16 3 


la 


4 aj, 


ao 


10 J9 


38 




18 49 


13 


oH.4a 


31 


ao 14 


39 





lO 34 


14 


5 4^ 


33 


18 ,s 


^0 


7 


11 3 


'1 


10 16 


33 




31 


» 


ao 5 




14 11 


a+ 


13 a 





Laat Quarter - a 7 39 Morning. 

New 9 J 46 Moming. 

First Qunrttr -1^11 6 Afternoon. 
Full 2^ 10 3 Afternoon. 



In Perigee - - 
In Apogee - - 



o Morning. 
a Afternoon. 



The dmei of High W«t« ire glwn for Meui Time M Pl«ee i if GreMwidi otBmJw^ Tima bt n 
"Km. . I Lira«»L«liiiam., ) 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



JANUARY. 1864. 


DOVEK. 


SHEEKNESS. 


LONDON. 


i 


IKXIKO. 


ArrBBiiooii. 


MonMiNO. 


Atteekoon. 


MOBNlHa. ' 


Ajieksook. 




Hofelit. 


Ttrao, 


Hdght. 


Time 


Height. 


Tlniu. 


HdBbl. 


Time. 


H*U.. 


Time. 


H«iBlit. 


















□. u. 


P. 










3 


i^ S 


3 30 


15 '0 


4 43 


14 3 


5 3 


14 Q 


6 -5 


'7 


4 


6 34 


17 1 


■1-7 




1.5 7 


4 "3 


15 » 


3 23 


13 9 


5 4! 


13 7 


654 


16 


10 


7 16 


,6 7 


d 


7 


14 10 


5 4 


■4 7 


6 13 


13 4 


641 


13 1 


7 4" 


16 


5 


8 8 


16 2 


"3-7 


* 


14 6 


6 5 


■4 « 


7 "4 


13 I 


7 Ji 


13 > 


8 43 


16 




9 17 


IJ 11 


•4-7 


3 


14 9 


7 ■« 


15 " 


8 38 


13 3 


9 i 


'3 5 


9 S3 


15 


11 


10 30 


if> I 


"5'7 


3 


15 7 


8 36 


16 3 


9 41 


■3 9 


10 Ij 


14 2 


I 9 


16 


3 


11 44 


16 7 


.6-7 


5 


16 9 


9 »5 


■7 4 


'o 4,i 


,4 6 


<■ "5 


14 II 


— 




- 


15 


17 


i7"7 


X 


17 10 


10 19 


■« 5 


ri 40 


■S 3 




— 


44 


17 


3 


I 10 


17 I 


.8-7 


7 


18 11 


1" "5 


19 3 


<• s 


.5 8 


30 


16 1 


I 37 


18 


4 


a 3 


i3 ic 


• 


3 


«9 7 








56 




I 3 


Id S 


3 3<5 


■9 


3 


a 51 


'9 7 


1-3 


s> 


.9 lO 


° H 


30 


I 4.5 


16 10 


" 9 


id II 


3 ij 


•9 


11 


3 39 


30 


3*3 


s» 


»o 


1 36 


19 II 


3 33 


16 11 


» 3S 


16 li 


4 I 






4 a.S 


ao I 


3-3 


o 


,«9 8 


3 14 


19 4 


3 17 


iS 10 


3 4" 


16 7 


4 5" 


20 


1 


5 II 


19 IC 


4"a 


7i3 II 


3 


;' ; 


4 3 


.6 3 


4 3« 


ij 11 


5 34 


'9 


7 


.S 57 


19 3 


y 


.i,7 9 


3 44 




4 49 


'S S 


i " 


15 " 


6 19 


18 




642 


18 4 


} 


8 |6 6 


4 3' 


15 10 


5 37 


14 8 


6 3 


H 3 


7 « 


'7 


10 


7 30 


17 ^ 


7-3 


>6 15 S 


S »5 


14 9 


6 33 


13 10 


2 ^ 


13 5 


7 .59 


16 


11 


8 32 


16 f 


8-3 


59 14 5 


«34 


14 4 


7 39 


13 3 


8 3C 


13 a 


9 9 


16 


2 


9 \^ 


'5 1 


9-3 


,4.4 6 


-2 5* 


14 9 


9 " 


13 3 


9 3S 


"3 4 


33 


15 


10 


II 4 


15 IC 


10-3 


»9'5 ■> 


8 59 


'5 5 


10 If 


■ 3 6 


10 45 


1.3 9 


I 43 


'.5 


11 


— 




u-a 


a5 I.? 9 


9 49 


16 3 


II iS 


14 


II 43 


14 3 


" "i 


16 


I 


44 


.6~4 


13-3 


II 16 6 


>= 33 


1(5 10 


— 


— 


4 


14 fi 




16 


8 


1 33 


'7 >: 


■3' 


54>7 ' 


II 14 


'7 4 


34 


14 9 


43 


14 II 


I 3i 


17 


3 


3 14 


'7 





33 '7 


II 50 


.7 8 


I 3 


'5 ■ 


I 3 


15 3 


a 33 


'7 


10 


2 jo 


18 


lJ-» 




» 7 


17 10 


■ 37 


15 J 


I .53 


"5 6 


3 « 


18 


3 


3 23 


18 . 


l6-3 


"5'7 ■' 


4! 


18 


' S 


'S 7 


J 33 


'5 7 


3 39 


18 


7 


3 53 


18 f 


17-3 


38 .8 


■ "5 


.8 


i" 39 


13 7 


> i< 


15 7 


4 9 


18 


8 


4 24 


is i 


i8-3 


31 '7 ■■ 


I 48 


'? 9 


3 a 


'5 « 


3 3! 


15 5 


4 39 


18 


8 


4 55 


18 - 


19-3 


4>7 8 


3 33 


'I ^ 


3 37 


'S 3 


3 .i| 


'■5 i 


5 " 


18 


5 


5 36 


■ 8 3 




4117 I 


3 


16 9 


4 1° 


141. 


4 >E 


14 8 


J 43 


18 


1 


5 59 


i; ic 


31-3 


19 16 4 


3 38 


15 II 


44a 




i s 


14 I 


6 18 


17 


7 


637 


'7 3 


33-3 


sk""""! g"-!'"- 


e»- 0'- 


9"- r-' 1 


Equation of Time at N001 


. 






■■ B. 




M.D. 


M. B. 




mh. 


„ B 




ILD 






338 


Sub. 


9 


7 '4 


Sub. 


'7 


10 16 


Sub. 


^.5 


13 33 


Sub. 


4 « 






2 ^' 




i3 


10 35 




36 


J a 45 




4 34 






8 3 




19 


10 54 




27 


12 .^8 




^ 3 




13 


337 




ao 


11 13 




28 


13 10 




5 '9 




■3 


850 




ai 


11 30 




29 


13 ai 




;5^' 




■4 


9 13 




aa 


11 4^ 




30 


13 31 




6 33 




■5 


9 34 




43 






31 


'3 41 




648 




ifi 


9 SJ 




24 


13 17 











TIDE T.U3LES FOB THE 



JANUARY, 1864. 


i 


5 


, p- 


BELFAST. 




LONDONDERBY. 


BIIGO BAT. 


1 


1 


11 




















II 








s 


3 


MORNIKO 


Aftsenook. 


JIORXIKQ. 1 AFTSBKOON. 


WomnMO, 


AWM 








Tunc. 


Hul«bt., Timo. 


Height 


Time, 


Hoight.i IHmo. 


Height 




Height. 


Time. 






a. M. 






1. II H. K. 












11." M. 




>. 


H. M, 


F. 


1 


5^4 


3 49 


8 


63 9 


8 


5 


— 


-. 


ig 


5 10 


9 3a 


8 


? 


9 51 


S. 


3 


S 47 


3 31 


8 


41 3 59 


8 


3 


048 


5 8 


I 33 


5 7 


10 a; 


8 


6 


" 57 


» 


3 


6 33 


4 ^7 


8 


='^ 4 59 


8 


I 


■ 58 


5 7 


3 35 


5 7 


11 31 


8 


4 


— 


M. 


4 




5 3s 


8 


'i, 6 5 


8 




3 '°, 5 9 


3 4^ 


5 I" 


5 


8 


4 


39 


To, 


5 


8 15 


6 41 


8 


1 7 16 


8 


2 


4 14 


6 I 


4 4^ 


6 4 


' '; 


8 


7 


1 49 


W. 


6 


9 II 


7 49 


8 


4 8 18 


8 


6 


5 8 


6 6 


5 3a 


6 9 




9 




3 50 


Th. 


7 




8 46 


8 


9; 9 i2 


9 





5 57 


6 11 


6 32 


7 a 


3 17 


9 


10 


^ +i 


F. 


8 


II 14 


9 37 


9 


3 


to 2 


9 


5 


647 


7 5 


7 14 


7 7 


4 4 


10 


7 


438 


S. 


9 


oan5 


(o 27 


9 


7 


10 52 


9 


8 


7 4' 


7 10 


8 e 


8 i 


4 54 




4 


5 >o 


t- 


10 


I 16 


u 16 


9 


9 


II 38 


9 


9 


839 


8 3 


8 50 


8 3 


5 45 




10 


ti S 


M. 


II 


2 13 


" 59 


9 


10 








9 '2 


S 3 


9 35 


8 a 


6 30 




11 


655 


Tu. 


12 


3 7 


a^-i 


9 


10 


5' 


9 


9 


9 57 


8 


10 19 


7 10 


7 ao 


II 


8 


7 43 


W. 


13 


3 59 


1 15 


9 


8 


I 40 


9 


7 


10 42 


- ? 


■' 5 


; 5 


8 5 


ti 





8 38 


Th. 


14 


4 50 


2 6 


9 


5 


3 31 


9 


3 


II 30 




13 


6 9 


8 5» 


10 


4 


9 16 


r. 


i,^ 


5 40 


^ 57 


9 


I 


3 "3 


8 




— 





33 


6 5 


9 4O 


9 


7 


10 ij 


s. 


16 


6 30 


3 5"^ 


9 


8 


4 "9 


8 


6 


■ ! 


6 a 


1 44 


6 


1047 


S 




tl 30 


» 


17 


7 30 


4 49 


8 


4 


5 2* 


8 


a 




5 10 


a S9 


5 9 


" 55 


S 


6 


— 


M. 


■ 8 


8 10 


558 


8 


I 


635 


8 





3 3° 


5 "° 


4 9 


5 " 


3a 


8 


5 


I 9 


Tn. 


19 


9 ° 


7 "4 


8 





7 5° 


8 





4 42 


6 


5 I' 


6 I 


I 47 


8 


5 




W. 




9 50 


8 23 


8 


a 


85' 


8 


4 


^38 


c 3 


6 3 


6 4 


» 55 


8 


8 


3 ai 


Th. 




10 39 


9 '4 


8 


6 


936 


8 


8 


62s 


fi 6 


6 46 


6 8 


3 44 


9 


3 


4 3 


F. 


12 


II 26 


9 5^5 


8 


10 


10 IS 


8 




7 7 




7 a? 


6 11 


4 33 


9 


9 


4 41 


S. 


23 


morn. 


10 34 


9 





105. 


9 


I 


748 


- 


8 6 


7 ■ 


5 


10 


3 


5 »9 


* 


24 


12 


11 S 


9 


I 


...3 


9 


3 


8 22 


7 3 


8 36 


7 4 


5 37 


10 


7 


5 53 


M. 


».^ 


a 5.-; 


11 38 


9 


a 


II 53 


9 




8 5. 


7 4 


9 4 


7 4 


6 8 


10 


9 


6 31 


Tu 


26 




— 






7 


9 


2 


9 19 


7 .3 


9 34 


7 3 


637 


10 


9 


<5j3 


W. 


27 


220 


24 


9 


3 


40 


9 


2 


9 48 


7 2 


10 1 




7 9 


10 


6 


7 »4 


Th. 


2S 


3 a 


056 


9 


a 


1 13 


9 


1 


10 16 


6 .1 


10 32 


6 10 


7 40 


10 


3 


756 


F. 


■9 


3 4.5 


I 30 


S 


J 


' 50 






10 50 


6 9 


II 6 


6 7 


8 13 


9 


9 


83. 


S. 


30 


4 29 


2 10 


8 


" 


2 31 


8 


9 


II 31 


6 4 


II 58 


6 I 


8 5' 


9 


4 


9 «3 


*. 


!. 


5 15 


a 54 


8 


/ 


3 '7 


8 


5 


— 


- 


36 


5 10 


9 39 


8 


10 


10 7 


""SS."'*"} 4"- 9" 


3"- 101"- 


5«. 7l». 


FAaia of He 


Moon. 




Jifmn't DeclitiatioH at I 


'«,«. 


D. n. 


«. 




ILD 


» , 


11.D, 




K.D. 


. 


T 


KD. 


I*Bt Quarter- i 7 39 Morning. 




1 


4 3.23 


9 I 


73.43 


17 


7N 


.8 


15 


New 9 7 


46 Morning 




a 


8 35 


10 1 


4 4 


18 


9 


31 


26 


FirBtQuarter- i^ 11 


6 Afternoon. 


3 


12 33 


11 


9 3a 


19 




45 


=.7 


Full ... .3 .0 


a Afternoon. 


4 


■f 3 


la 


4 29 







59 


38 








5 


18 49 


13 




21 


Q 


»4 


39 


In Perigee . . 10 a 


Morning. 




6 


20 34 


'4 


5 4> 


23 


8 


s"; 


30 I 


In Apogee - - 34 9 


AfWrnoon. 


7 


31 3 


'5 t 


16 


33 


6 


6 


31 ' 









8 


30 J 


16 I 


4 " 


24 


3 


* 








BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS- 



JANUARY, 1864. 



KORTH SHIELDS. 



MORKIHO^ 



Time IHeight 

n. M. I F. I. 

O II 

o 4 



ASTKRNOOV. 



. 7 37 
i\ 8 23 



4 3 44 



7 4^ 



o 
o 
o 
o 
I 

2 

3 

3 
4 
4 
3 
3 

2 



O 
O 



O 

o 
4 

/ 

3 
J 

o 

9 
1 

o 

7 
o 

2 
I 

4 
o 



o 3 

8 

1 3 
I lo 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
I 



;Tlme. 

7 59 

8 52 

9 57 
II 8 

47 

1 43 

2 32 

3 ao 



ndght. 

F. I. 

10 3 

lO I 

9 II 

lO 
lO II 

11 8 

12 7 

13 

o 
14 I 

13 10 

4 



4 914 

4 57 

5 4<^ 
^ 3413 

7 2l'l2 

8 13J1J 8 

9 12,10 8 



7! 
6, 

I 

4' 

1 

8 



10 22 10 

11 3710 

15 

1 20 

2 loiio II 
2 51I11 

3 27fI2 O 



O 
10 I 

10 5 



I 



5 



4 o 12 

4 32|i2 

5 4;i2 7 

5 36;i2 ^5 

6 812 2 

6 42*11 II 

7 20." 5 



8 



8 7I10 8 



LEITH. 



MORNINO. 



Time. IHeight. 

II. H. I F. I. 



^ 34 

7 18 

8 16 

9 *7 
10 36 

TI 41 
O 10 
2 

53 



I 
I 

2 

3 
4 
5 

5 



43 
28 

16 

5 

53 

6 42 

7 3^1 

8 38 

9 55 
II 8 



42 

1 26 

2 6 

2 43 

3 13 
4+ 
^5 

4 4*5 

5 19 
5 56 

^ 39 



3 
4 



3 
3 

2 
2 
2 

3 

4 

I* 

6 

6 

7 

7 
6 

6 

5 
4 

3 
2 



3 
4 



8 
2 



/ 

6 
o 
o 
2 

ji 

3 
2 

9 
o 

o 

I 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 6 

3 10 



I 
8 
8 



I 
9 

3 

6 

I 

7 

6 

I 

3i 
01 



AFTERKOOy. 



Time. 
H. M. 

6 54 

7 47 

8 so 

10 2 

11 9 



o 
I 
2 

3 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



37 

27 
18 

6 

5' 

41 
29 

17 
8 



9 ^5 

10 32 

11 42 

15 

4 

47 
2-: 



o 
I 
I 
2 

2 

3 
3 
4 



59 
28 

59 

30 

2 



Height. 

F. 1. 

3 5 
2 II 



THURSO. 



MOBNIKO. 



5 37 

6 17 

7 a 



2 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

7 

7 
6 

5 
4 



/ 
8 



7 



o 

5 

7 
6^ 



3 6 

2 10 
2 

2 10 

3 o 



Time, 
n. M. 

25 

1 9 

a 7 

3 21 

4 3<5 

5 43 

6 38 

7 22 

8 6 

8 54 

9 41 
10 31 

f I 20 

33 

1 27 



3 
4 





8 

5 



.5 5 
7 



5 
5 

5 
4 



7 

5 
2 

9 

3 



3 6 



3 

6 
7 



.If M<>a!i Spring I /^ft. oin. 



ft. Qin. 



8"- 2 



29 

5^ 

9 
16 

4 

7 40 

8 14 

8 47 

9 17 

9 49 

CO 20 

TO 52 
II 28 



o 30 



Height. 
F. I. 

10 6 

10 I 



9 

9 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

14 
14 
13 
13 

II 
10 

10 

9 

9 

9 
10 

II 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
II 



8 

6! 

8 
2 

3 
6 



I 

3 
II 

3 

10 
II 

o 
6 

4 
8 

6 

4 
o 

5 

7 

7 

5 
I 

7 



AFTEB1700N. 



Tune. 

46 

1 37 



2 

4 

5 
6 

7 
7 



42 
o 

II 

12 

I 

43 



Height. 
F. I. 



8 30 

9 '7 
10 c 

10 55 

" 45 

9 

1 o 

1 57 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

7 



/ 
30 
44 
44 
23 
57 



10 8 



8 31 

9 1 

9 33 

10 5 
10 36 

II 

II 

o 



9 
48 

9 



o 54 



10 
9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

II 

13 
13 

H 
14 
«3 

12 
12 
II 
10 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

ri 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
II 

10 



3 
10 






D. 

21*7 



^3*7 
624*7 

1025-7 

26*7 

27-7 

28-7 



8 

II 

I 

II 



3 

2 

8 
10 

5 
4 
5 

9 

4 

5 
I 

II 

9 

3 

6 

7 
6 

3 
10 

4 
o 



I»2 
2-2 
3»2 

4-2 

5-^ 

D 

7-2 

8«2 

9-2 

IO'2 
11*2 
12*2 
13-2 

O 

15-2 
l6»2 

17 a 
18 



•2 



19 2 

20 • 2 

21*2 
22*2 



6"- 7 



111. 



Equation of Time at Noon, 



1 

K. 8. 




ILD. 


U. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




M.D. 


X. B. 


3 38 


Sub. 


9 


7 14 


Sub. 


17 


10 16 


Sub. 


^5 


12 32 


4 6 




TO 


7 39 




18 


10 35 




26 


12 45 


4 34 




II 


8 3 




19 


10 54 




a7 


12 58 


5 a 




12 


8 27 




20 


II 12 




28 


13 10 


5 »9 




13 


8 50 




21 


II 30 




29 


13 21 


556 




14 


9 12 




22 


II 46 




30 


13 31 


6 22 




15 


9 34 




23 


12 2 




3i 


13 41 


6 48 




16 


9 55 




H 


12 17 









Sub. 



net of High Water are giv^ for Mean Time at Place; if Greenwich or Bailwaj lime be reqoired^— ftr 

VOITKBBlXLMMUem. I IiSIZS «M IB BU | Xkuiw tftftf lA m. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THS 



JANUARY 


1864. 


1 


1 


1 


-:^ 


OBBENOCK. 


LIVERPOOL 




PEMBROKE. 






B 


II 














MORNINO. 


Afte&hoon. 


MonsiNO. 


Aftrhsook. 


MOWCIKO. 


^ 










Time. 


Hdghi. 


Time 


Bright, 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


UcightJ 


Time. 


Beishtj 


Tinu. 


a« 














a. u. 




B. M. 




1. 


U, M. 




1. 


U. N. 


». I. 


1 » 


.. 




r. 


I 


5^4 


3 55 


S II 


4 13 


'S 9 


3 5 


aa 





3 24 


ai 


7 


II 


17 3 


.0 3" 


idi 




s. 


a 


5 47 


4 34 


8 8 


458 


8 7 


3 45 


ai 


3 


4 '3 


ao 


9 


51 


.6 4 


.1 .3 


i« 




i- 


3 


^33 


5 24 


8 5 


5 54 


8 4 


4 40 


10 


4 


5 H 


ao 


I 


II 40 


'5 8 








M. 


4 


7 23 


6 28 


8 3 


7 3 


8 3 


5 5' 


ao 




6 30 


ao 


3 




15 7 


43 


■J 




T«. 


S 


8 ir, 


7 39 


8 3 


8 >5 


8 5 


7 9 


ao 


6 


7 44 


31 


2 


I 33 


'5 >o 


a 4 


.5 




W. 


6 


9 '2 


850 


8 7 


9 33 


8 10 


8 19 


31 


10 


S 48 


33 


7 


a 42 


16 10 


3 .8 


'7 




Th. 


7 




9 54 


9 ° 


10 aa 


9 3 


9 '7 


33 


5 


9 43 


34 


3 


3 5' 


'8 5 


4 aa 


'8 




F. 


8 


II 14 


10 49 


9 5 


11 16 


9 7 


IQ 6 


35 





10 31 


35 


8 


4 51 


19 II 


5 "» 


10 




8. 


9 


oaii: 


11 44 


9 9 


— 


— 


■<^ 57 


26 


3 


II 33 


26 


10 


5 49 


at a 


6'i 


11 




t- 


10 


1 16 


II 


9 »' 


37 


10 1 


u 48 


37 


4 









640 


32 3 


7 4 


>> 




M. 


II 


2 13 


r a 




1 26 


10 3 


13 


*7 


7 


37 


a; 


9 


7 37 


33 7 


7 5' 


aa 




Tu, 


13 


3 7 


I 50 


10 3 


a 13 


10 3 


I I 


37 


9 


I 34 


37 


6 


8 .4 


33 4 


838 


aa 




W. 


13 


3 59 


2 30 


10 a 


2 59 


10 


I 4/ 


27 




3 9 


a6 


S 


9 » 


11 6 


9 a4 


ao 1 




Th. 


14 


4 5° 


3 31 


9 10 


3 42 


9 8 


3 31 


35 


9 


3 5Z^ 


25 


1 


9 44 


20 3 


.0 4 


V 




F. 


1,5 


5 4a 


4 4 


9 6 


4 3; 


9 3 


3 15 


34 


3 


3 33 


»3 


5 


10 aj 


18 10 


to 47 




S. 


16 


630 


4 5a 


9 " 


5 17 


8 10 


4 3 


aa 





4 33 


21 


8 


u 9 


17 3 


11 33 


J« 




*. 


17 


7 20 


5 44 


8 7 


6 17 


8 5 


5 3 


20 


11 


5 39 


30 


6 


— 





I 


'^1 




M. 


Id 


8 10 


G5S 


8 3 


7 33 


3 a 


6 ai 


ao 


a 


7 3 


20 


1 


36 


'5 7 


1 16 


■5 1 




Tu. 


'9 


9 ° 


8 13 


8 a 


8 5° 


8 3 


^ +" 


20 


3 


8 .9 


20 


7 


a I 


.5 6 


a 4a 


i 




W. 




9 5° 


9 a6 


8 ^ 


9 57 


8 6 


8 53 


21 





9 21 


ai 


6 


3 ao 


16 1 


3 53 




Th 


11 


10 39 


10 23 


8 8 


104-5 


8 9 


9 4- 






10 fi 


13 


7 


4 31 


17 a 


4 1« 


'7' 




F. 


13 


II 26 


II 8 


8 10 


Ji 30 


8 II 




23 


1 


10 44 


23 


5 


5 II 


18 3 


5 34 


!< 




S. 


^3 


morn 


11 5' 


9 ° 


— 


— 


n 4 


^3 


9 


11 aa 


a4 


1 


5 SS 


19 


6 .4 


■9 




»■ 


H 


la 


10 


9 3 


28 


9 3 


11 40 


34 


5 


M 56 


24 


8 


633 


19 7 


64« 


■91 




M. 


*5 


° 5,^ 


44 


9 4 




9 5 








13 


34 




7 4 




7 '9 


ao 




Tn 


>6 


■ 38 


I 18 


9 5 


I 34 


9 ^ 


38 


35 





44 


35 





7 34 


ao 1 


2 ^° 


ao. 




W. 


»7 


2 30 


I 4'J 


9 6 


a 4 


9 6 


1 


35 





' '5 


34 


II 


8 4 


30 


8 19 


1S< 




Th 


18 


3 2 


a iS 


9 6 


3 34 


9 5 


I 29 


34 


8 


1 44 


34 


5 


8 3.? 


.9 e 


85 


■9 




F. 


>9 


.3 4, 


a 50 


9 4 


3 7 


9 3 


• 59 


34 


1 


2 it 


33 


9 


9 8 


'? ' 


9 »5|i» 




S. 


ja 


4 39 


3 23 


9 > 


3 47 


9 I 


3 34 


33 


3 


2 53 


la 


10 


9 43 


18 3 


10 11, 


»■ 


31 


5 I. 


4 a 


8 1 


4 ai 


8 10 


3 13 


" 


3 


3 3 


31 


8 


10 ig 


•7 4 


to 41J16 1 


HllrM«n^prmg J ^n. JQm. 


igtl. oin- 


10"- 6^ 


l^tisr* of lie Moon, 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 


D H. M. 


N.D. 




< 


■.D. 




/ 


h"- 


, 


^\ • • 


Last Quarter - a 7 39 Morning. 


1 


48. 


33 


9 ' 


"9. 


43 


% 


7«..6 


25 1 9s.1l 


New 9 7 4* Morning. 


3 


8 


35 




4 


4 


18 


9 3" 


a6| 5 il 


FirslQoart.r- i; 11 6 Aflornoon. 


3 • 


2 


33 


M 


9 


33 


19 


45 


'Z 


I i( 


Full a,5 10 2 Afternoon. 


4 ' 


6 


3 




4 


39 




J9 


28 


3'-' 




5 * 


8 


49 


13 


ON 


43 


31 


14 


"9 




In Perigee - - 10 a Morning. 


6 a 





34 


'4 


5 


43 


33 


1 '-5 


30 


It I 


In Apogee - - a+ 9 Afternoon. 


I \ 


° 


3 
5 


16 


4 


16 
II 


33 

34 


6 8 
3 a 


31 


t4 4 


SteliBiMo/nigh WatCTuegiwnBirlUaaTinwatPlacfl;!/ GMenwict 








Ou 


M0CX 


uMltn 




\ 


lonn 


W)i.aU 


Wm._ 




I 


EBB 


uona 


«tt« 

















BRITISH AND nas 


H PORTS. 












y- 


JANUARY, 1864. 


j 


WKSTOS-SUPEB-MABE. 


HOLYEEAD. 


KINGSTOWN. 


ii 


Mi>.„„, 


Attebiiook. 


MOBNINU. 


Aftkunoon. 


Morning. 


Attehxoon. 




TI^'tU»> 


TiniR 


Htight. 


Time. 


Height 


TinuL 


Hoight 


Tima. 


H«lgh( 


Time, i Height 








H. M. 




H. K. 












H. M. 




D. 




» 3931 5 


10 57 


30 9 


> 7 


'3 7 


2 a8 


'3 'i 


3 6 


9 'fi 


3 a6 


9 4 


11-7 




II ,9 





II 44 


"9 5 


' 50 


13 1 


3 18 




3 48 


9 a 


4 '7 


9 ° 


d 


■J 


— 


— 


14 


a8 11 


3 48 


IS 9 


4 ^3 


13 7 


4 4fi 


8 II 


5 '8 


8 ic 


13-7 


^ 


47 


8 9 


I aa^aS 10 


5 


12 8 


5 3.5 


13 9 


5 51 


8 10 


6 34 


8 1 


H-7 


3 


1 59 


9 a 


» 37!»9 9 


6.0 


13 


643 


'3 3 


657 


9 1 


7 3° 


9 3 


\^-7 


> t 


3 "5 


7 


3 53131 8 
5 hi a 


7 .5 


13 7 


7 44 


14 


8 3 


9 6 


335 


9 9 


36-7 


' i 


4 J9 


I 10 


8 13 


14 6 


8 38 


14 11 


9 7 




9 36 


10 


17.7 


S3" 


5 4 


6 1J36 e 

« 5738 3 


9 ' 


<5 5 


9 a6 


<S 1° 




10 6 


10 3.5 


10 IC 


28-7 


9 


30 


7 6 


9 51 


16 3 


10 16 


16 fi 


10 49 


11 I 


II 13 


'1 3 


• 


M 


I '^ 


9 ■ 


74839 7 


10 39 


16 10 


II 


17 


11 37 




— 


— 


i.a 


11 


8 11 


9 10 


8 34 


39 II 


II ai 


17 


I, 46 


17 J 






25 


11 , 6 


3-a 


la 


8 5639 8 


9 18 


39 3 


— 






16 10 


50 




' '5 


II , 


3-a 


<a 


9 39138 6 


9 59 


37 7 


3'5 


16 7 


I a 


■ 6 3 


1 39 




a .5 


10 I. 


4-3 


M 


10 1836 6 


10 35 


35 3 


I 1? 


15 10 


1 .'!' 


t5 5 


a a? 




a 5' 


'^ 5 


5'a 


•i 


1° J434 


I' 15 


3. 8 


2 '.'! 


14 11 


3 41 


•4 ,5 


3 15 




3 40 


9 ' 


J 


IC 


II 38 


I 4 






3 8 


13 11 


3 38 


13 -5 


4 6 


9 8 


4 37 


9 4 


7.3 


11 


4 


3 


37 


a9 4 


4 10 


'3 I 


4 48 




5 8 


9 " 


5 41 


8 1 


8.3 


I 14 


8 9 


■ 54 


a8 6 


,^>8 


13 8 


6 .5 


12 f 


6 17 


8 11 


653 


8 1 


9-3 


'9 


a 35 


8 7 


3 '5 


a8 10 


6 42 


17 9 


7 ,6 


13 10 


7 39 


9 


8 4 


9 




•c 


3 54 


9 4 


4 30 


30 I 


7 4B 


'3 ' 


8 .7 


"3 4 


8 36 


9 3 


9 9 


9 4 


ii'a 


kl> 


5 - 


II 


5 »7 


3. 10 


8 40 


13 8 


9 1 


14 


9 36 


9 6 




9 9 


la'a 


. 13 


i ■'« 


. 8 


«I5 


33 4 


9 20 


•4 3 


9 39 


14 6 


10 ao 


9 " 


I038 


10 


13'3 


•3 


6 36 


3.0 


6 5(5 


34 4 


9 J8 


14 8 


10 ifi 


14 11 


10 56 




II 13 


10 4 


b 


M 


7 '4 


4 9 


7 31 


35 3 


10 3a 


'5 I 


.046 


1.5 a 


II 39 


10 6 


II 44 


10 7 


l_5-3 


., BJ 


2 *l 


5 8 


8 a 


35 9 




15 4 


ti 14 


'5 4 


la 


10 7 




— 


l6-3 




8 18 


5 11 


833 


15 II 


II a9 


15 4 


I' 45 


',5 4 


17 


10 7 


32 


10 7 


17-3 


• *7 


8 47 35 lo 


9 ■ 


35 8 








'5 3 


49 


10 6 


• 4 


10 j 


i8-a 




9 "5:35 5 


9 30135 2 


17 


i^ a 


34 


f.5 


I ao 


10 4 


J 3f 


10 ; 


19.3 


- "9 


9 45|34 7 


lo 034 c 


53 


14 10 


I II 


'4 7 


I 53 


10 3 


2 It 


10 




- I" 


■■> 15,33 3 


■0313a 5 


I 30 


14 4 


I 5° 


14 


a 30 


9 1° 


a 50 


9 9 


11-3 


>• it 


to 48|3i 7 


.1 830 9 




13. 9 


3 35 


'3 5 


3 11 


9 7 


3 34 


9 5 


la-a 


1U«H~..*.J i8». 7ta. 


Qft. O"-- 


5ft. gin. 




^ualum of Timt at Noon. 




■.D. 1 H. ■■ 




M. D. 1 M. 8. 




H.D. 


U. B. 




H.n. 


M 8 




■ 338 


Sib. 


9 1 7 14 


Snb. 


'7 


10 16 


Sub. 




la 3a 


^ub. 


> ' 4 6 




•0 1 7 39 




18 


10 3j 




36 


13 4'; 




S 


4 34 




■■ 


8 3 




19 


10 54 




27 


11 58 




4 


5 » 






8., 






11 IJ 




18 


13 10 




S 


5 ^9 






850 




31 


11 30 




1.9 


13 31 




6 


5 5« 






9 la 




33 


II 46 






13 3' 




i 








«34 




^3 


fi a 




31 


13 4' 




6 48 




1(5 


9 55 




a4 


la 17 











M of Uigh Waler are given for Uetu Time U Place i if Greenwich or BiilwBj Time be required,— fbr 
m^MUn, - - - -- ■ - — 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



JANUARY, 1864. 



Attbrsoon. 



Time. Height. . Time. Height 



^ 12 

, 8 5' 
6|| 9 36 

10 10 I; 

o 10 i 



A 1 



LOHDONDEEBY. 



048 3 8 



AlTEBKOOB. 



IX 58 
o id 



B>ir Hnn Bprine \ 



4ft. gin. 



51.. yin. 



Phtuu of the Moon. 




Moon 


( Declination at JN'oon. 




D. H. M. 


ILD. 


» , 


M.D. 




H.D. 


, 


If.D, 


. 1 


LutQuuter- 1 7 39 Morning. 


I 


4 3.32 


9 


17 s. 4a 


'i; 


17K.18 


a=; 


t)S.V 


New - - - - 9 7 46 Morning. 


2 


» .3,^ 


10 


14 4 




ip 31 




,^ »■ 


First Quarter- 15 11 6 Afternoon. 


3 


la 33 


ji 


9 3a 


ly 


20 45 


a? 




Full - - -23 10 1 Afternoon. 


4 


16 3 


12 


4 29 


ao 


20 59 




IS. i 




■; 


18 49 


13 


orT.4J 


21 


20 14 


39 


7 ': 


In Perigee - - 10 2 Morning. 





ao 34 


14 


5 4^ 


23 


itt 3.^ 


.go 




In Apogee - - 24 9 Afternoon. 


I 


21 3 


'S 


10 16 


^3 




.11 


'4 + 






20 5 




14 11 


24 


13 2 







XhatinMofHi^ Water uegiTcn for UeanTinw at Flaeei if Dablin or Bailing Tims bereqnind^ 
BauAiK mWrwl 1 m, | lAnMrnsn aM 4 bu t Bum Bit bM ■ n. 



BBIUSH AND nUSH FOBTS. 



JANUARY, 1864. 



IfOBIONa. I ArTEBNIX»l. 



Time. iHdglitJ Time. 
9 38" 



"«) 7"- 5'"- 



QUEENSTOWN. 



9 10 9 33 9 
10'" 



WATERFORD. 



Time. iHcJgbt, 



Equation of Time at Noon. 







M.D. 


















1 is 


Sub. 


9 


7 H 


Sub. 


17 


10 16 


Sob. 


a^ 


13 3^ 


Sub. 




4 6 






7 39 




18 


'o 35 




36 


" 45 






4 34 




II 


8 3 




19 


10 54 




37 


13 ,8 






S 3 






8 37 




30 


II 13 




38 


13 10 






5 39 




n 


8 ^0 




31 


(I 30 






13 31 






^50 




H 


9 12 




33 


11 46 






■3 31 










1^ 


9 34 




n 


13 3 




31 














9 55 




M 


13 17 













■M ot Hi^ WMm m ginn far Hsut Time at Plaeei If DnUin or Bailvsy TIdm b* nquind,— Ac 
OuwAT add U m. I OcnmowT aM 8 a. \ VunavD UA^w. 



TIDB TABLES POE THE 















FEBRUARY, 


1864. 










j3 


1 


m ■-■ 


BREST. 


DEVONPORT. 


PORTSMOUTH. 


1 




11 








1 


M0RSI?iQ. 


Aftebmoos. 


MOBNINQ. 


Aftesnoon. 


MOSNIHO. 


Aphismm 








Time. 


Height, 


Time. 


HeiBht 


Tim.. 


H<.«bt 


Time 


Height 


"^~ 


Height 


TiBK. 


nm 






H. ». 


B. U. 








a. M. 








U. M. 






r. L 


M. 


I 


6m 4 


8 48 


14 3 


9 '7 


13 ID 


10 2 


'3 'e 


'O 5 


12 4 


4 !"« 


10 8 


4 45 


10 


Tu. 


3 


6 58 


9 i4 


13 9 


,0 ,0 


13 9 


IX 2 


13 a 


n 5 


■» i 


5 I- 


10 3 


5 4- 


10 


W. 


3 


7 .^4 




13 II 










4 




6 2 


10 a 


7 IC 


10 


Th. 


4 


833 


6 


14 4 


45 


1^ 


I 3 


12 8 


2 


13 i 


7 S3 


10 4 


8 31 


F. 


3 


9 i4 


J 31 


15 10 


» 53 


j"6 9 


3 4 


13 7 


3 3^ 


13 7 


9 la 


II 3 


9 45 


II 


S. 


6 


-,, 


2 30 


'7 9 


2 45 


18 9 


4 


14 9 


4 3 


14 7 


10 ij 


la 3 


10 4 


11 


» 


7 


" 54 


3 10 


19 7 


3 34 


30 4 


5 


'i 5 


5 aS 


15 6 


II t 


13 II 


II 3C 


13 i 


M. 


B 


oaji 


3 57 


20 9 


4 21 


31 1 


5 5 


16 


6 i; 


16 


n 53 


13 6 




— •! 


Tu. 


9 


I 4Ci 


4 44 


31 4 


5 5 




64 


16 II 


7 f 


ifi 4 


17 


13 8 


43 


13 


W. 




2 39 


5 *? 




548 


30 9 


7 a 


16 10 

16 5 


7 46 


16 a 


I 5 


13 8 


1 16 


n 


Th. 


II 


3 3' 


6 9 


10 3 


6 30 


19 9 


8 S 


8 3c 


15 8 


I 5= 


'3 5 


2 IC 


'3 


F. 


12 


4 a3 


6 J' 


19 


7 II 


18 1 


85^ 


'5 7 


9 ' 


14 II 


a 3 


13 


3 53 


ij ■ 


S. 


13 


5 M 


7 33 


17 * 


756 


16 3 


9 K 


•4 7 


9 45 


14 


3 13 


13 3 


3 33 


II D 


*■ 


14 


6 6 


8 19 


15 3 


8 +6 


14 4 


10 ( 


13 6 


10 3 


13 


3 55 


11 5 


4 I* 


II 1 


M. 


^5 


657 


9 '7 


'3 8 


9 55 


13 2 


'o 5H 


13 6 


11 2 




4 43 


10 6 


5 " 


10 ' 


Tu. 


16 


7 47 




12 11 




12 10 


'I 5' 


11 .? 





— 


5 48 


9 9 


6 ig 


9 i 


W. 


'7 


8 3rt 


— 


— 


^ 


13 


3„ 




I iC 


11 7 


7 ic 


9 6 


7 53 


9 1 


Th. 


iS 


9 ^3 


45 


'3 4 




13 II 


I 5 


12 4 


» 3. 




8 33 


9 II 


9 II 


10 J 


F. 


'9 


10 9 


I 49 


14 6 


a 13 


15 1 


3 ic 


13 


3 42 


13 B 


9 40 




10 7 




8.! 


30 


>o 54 


3 32 


'5 9 


2 50 


16 4 


4 S 


■3 9 


4 32 


13 5 


10 27 


II 3 


io4'5 


" J 


t 




ti 37 


3 7 


17 


3 H 


17 « 


4 51 


'4 5 


5 14 


13 II 


II 3 


n 8 


u 30 


II i\ 


M. 


3S 


morn. 


3 4' 


17 11 


3 5(^ 


18 3 


5 33 


14 10 


5 5 


H 5 


II 3^ 


12 


11 52 


13 S 


Tn. 


23 


19 


4 II 


18 5 


4 a? 


18 7 


fi E 


'5 3 


623 


14 9 


— 


— 


; 


" -J 


W. 


34 


1 I 


4 43 


.8 9 


4 57 


18 10 


6 3S 


15 4 


655 


14 II 


14 


" 5 


40 


1> 


Th. 


»5 


I 44 


5 " 


18 10 


5 ^8 


18 8 


7 IC 


15 3 


7 23 


14 10 


j6 


13 6 


I '3 


IS i 


F. 


a6 


2 a; 


5 43 


18 6 


5 58 


18 3 


7 3 




7 5' 


14 7 


I 38 


'2 5 


I 44 


i> < 


S. 


*7 


3 13 


6 14 


17 II 


63' 


'7 7 


8 a 


14 5 


83, 


14 3 


I S9 


13 3 


3 14 




^ 


38 


4 I 


6 49 


17 I 


7 8 


16 6 


84 


14 


855 


13 9 


3 32 


11 II 


a 50 


It \ 


M. 


3p 


4 Ji 


7 39 


15 li 


7 53 


'5 3 


9 13 


13 5 


9 35 


13 3 


3 9 


11 6 

1 


3 "9 


II i 


m^M™^pH„«J grt, gin. 


7ft. gi. 


6«-4'"- 


JlSorw 0/ the Moon. 


JtfoOTiV DielinaHon at Noon. 




KD. 




H.D. 




«.» 




H.D. 




I>. H. M. 

Last Quarler - 1 17 Morning. 

New 7 6 JO Afternoon. 

First Qiiart<?r 14 r 34 Afternoon. 
Pull ' - - - ' 12 5 I Afternoon, 


3 s 

4 2 

5 


79-41 
9 48 
so 


9 


IS. 39 
3N-36 
8 30 
2 4-5 
6 ,4 


17 a 
18 


6 43 
3 50 
34 


29 


(Sa. 1 

ii 

9 1 


In Perigee --7^0 Afternoon. 


6 


5 55 

6 ^5 




8 46 


33 
33 


33 
a 36 






Id Apogee - - 30 9 Afternoon. 


16 J 


48 


I 8.49 















BBITISU AND IBJBn FOBTS. 












II 


FEBRUARY, 1864. 


DOVEE. 


8HKERNESS. 


LONDON. 


?! 


















"""«■ 


ArTBEHOOH. 


HonaiNO. 


A*TEBKOOS. 


MoRirix.. 


AS-TBRNOOS 






Bdcht. 


Tiro*. 


Height. 


Time. 


H«igLt 


TiniB. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 






r. L 


a, H. 




H. M. 




U. M. 


r. 1. 


U. IJ. 








F, I. 


D. 


I 


>5 ; 


4 35 


'5 a 


5 31 


13 10 


556 


13 7 


7 


16 


II 


7 33 


16 







14 9 


j ai 


.4 e 


6 aj 


13 4 


656 


13 I 


7 5« 


16 


4 


8 ai 


16 


34-3 


8 


>4 5 


6 37 


'4 7 


7 34 


13 


8 18 


13 ' 


9 3 


15 


11 


9 45 


15 I 


»5'3 


9 


'5 


8 


15 7 


9 2 


'3 4 


9 44 


13 8 


37 


16 





11 9 


16 


i6'a 


I 


i6 3 


9 8 


17 




14 I 


10 ,?6 


'4 7 


I 49 


16 


7 







!j:t 


B 


17 8 


lo 6 


16 5 


II 37 


15 I 


n 53 


"5 7 




17 


^ 


° 55 


I? 


3 


ip o 


10 59 


'9 1 


— 


_ 


18 


16 1 


I aa 


18 


3 


1 49 


18 s 


• 


S 




11 50 


30 3 


43 


16 6 




16 JC 




'9 


3 


3 38 


19 E 


«■? 




— 


16 


ao 6 


I 30 


17 1 


1 53 


17 3 


3 




a 


3 33 




'■7 


a 


ao 6 


1 3 


ao 5 


a 16 


'7 4 


338 


^7 4 


3 44 


30 


7 


4 7 


30 


3*7 


7 


ao a 


I 49 


Is 9 


a 59 


'7 3 


3 18 


17 


4 38 


10 


6 


4 49 


ao 


3'7 


I 


'g ^ 


a 32 




3 39 


16 8 


4 


.<5 4 


5 9 


20 





^^° 


19 


4'7 


3 


l8 3 


3 14 


17 6 


4 2J 


'5 11 


4 4' 


15 5 


5 5' 


IS 


^ 


6 II 


18 


5'7 


6 


i6 9 


358 


16 


5 3 


14 10 


5 2? 


J4 4 


633 


18 


, 


6 58 


17 


J 


3 


15 3 


4 50 


14 fi 


5 52 


13 10 


6 11 


'3 5 


7 33 


17 





7 5' 


16 


§:? 


3 


14 


5 59 


13 9 


655 


la II 


7 35 


la 9 


8 33 


15 


li 


9 3 


'5 


6 


13 8 


7 18 


13 10 


8 ao 


la 7 


9 2 


la 8 9 43 


i_5 


4 


10 36 


15 


9-7 


9 


14 a 


8 37 


.4 8 


9 43 






13 311 8 


^5 


4 


11 47 


•5 


,0"! 


4 


ii 2 


9 30 


15 8 




13 6 


11 33 


13 10 


— 




— 


33 




'•■7 


:o 


16 I 


10 10 


16 6 


M 47 


14 3 




— 


° 51 


16 


= 


' 13 


16 


"•7 


9 


16 II 


1048 


'7 4 


° 5 


14 5 


33 


14 p 


I 35 


'7 





' 54 


«7 


13-7 


6 


17 8 


ij 23 


17 11 


4C 


'5 


° 57 


•5 3 


a 11 


17 


8 


3 38 


18 





.o 


18 I 


I' 57 


■ 8 3 


I 14 


'5 6 


I a9 


15 8 


3 44 


j8 


3 


358 


18 


■5-7 






14 


'8 5 


I 4^ 


15 10 




'5 " 


3 14 


18 


9 


3 39 


18 I 


i6-; 


10 


18 6 


47 


18 6 


a I. 


15 " 


a 29 


'5 Ji 


3 44 


>9 





3-5^ 


'9 


■7-7 


4 


'I '^ 


I ai 


18 4 


a 4^ 


'S I' 


» 59 


15 ic 


4 12 


19 





4 a8 


18 J 


.8-7 


1/ 


18 a 


• 54 


17 II 


3 13 


'5 9 


3 37 


■5 <5 


4 43 


18 


^' 


4 59 


'p-7 


3 


■7 8 


2 31 


'7 4 


3 43 


'5 4 


4 1 


15 1 


5 15 


iS 


6 


5 3a 


18 


'"'7 


'° 


16 II 


3 10 


16 6 


4 IS 


14 10 


4 39 


14 6 


5 50 


18 





6 9 


17 t 


"■7 


J,*.} -giT 


4'°- 


go. o'"- 1 


9«- 7'- 1 




Equation of Time at Noon. 






i. 






M. S. 




B.D. 


H. B. 




J[.D. 


H B. ' 




19 


Sub. 




J "4 30 


Sub. 


17 


14 SO 


Sub. 


35 


'3 33 


Sob. 


;? 






^ 14 31 




18 


14 15 




36 


'3 14 




4 






H 33 




'9 


14 10 




37 


'3 3 




lO 






14 3a 






'+ 3 




28 


13 53 




i6 






'4 31 
* 14 ap 




si 


13 57 
13 49 




39 


13 41 




'4 






14 a; 




33 


'3 41 










i8 






5 14 33 




34 


13 33 











Vfftt Water iKglTeii fbrMeuiHine BtFIsce; If GraenwiGli taJMlmjIiaie beKqidnd^7^4r 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



I'KBilUARY, 1864. 


1^ 


R 


." i 


IIABWICH. 


BULL. 


SUNDERLASl 


1 


II 








;i 










i 


■s 




MottBlNG. ,1 ArTEBKOO.'t. 


lloaaisa. 


Aftk&kdoh. 


UonxiNa. 


Am 






Timp. 


lioiglit. Tinio. 


ni:l«I.l. 


Time. 


Heiillt. 


,Tlme. 


H,l,l,l. 


Tinw. 


BeiKht. 


TilK 






a. H. 


H. H. 






II. M. 




U. M. 




B. M. 




n. N. 


M. 


I 


6 m 4 


4 45 


.0 ;i 5 9 


9 " 


u 36 


■7 J 





— 


8 38 


" 7 


8 55 


Tu. 


2 


6 58 


5 34 


9 9;, 6 3 


9 8 


7 


16 9 


41 


■« 5 


9 a7 


II I 


10 5 


W. 


2 


7 .14 


6 40 


9 8 7 "6 


9 5 


1 17 


16 3 


' 55 


16 3 


.046 


II 


11 38 


Til. 


4 


8 53 


8 10 


9 " 


851 


10 I 


a 35 


16 7 


3 13 


17 a 


— 


— 


6 


F. 




9 54 


9 29 


10 4 


10 4 


10 8 


3 50 


17 10 


4 95 


18 7 


° ■•; 


II II 


' 'i 


S. 


6 


10 55 


10 37 


.1 


II 4 


11 4 


456 


'9 5 


5 »i 


ao a 


.46 


13 I 


a 16 


»■ 




'I 54 


II 30 


11 8 


"„it 


II ji 


5 4^ 


20 9 


6 12 


"■ 5 


a 43 


14 a 


3 7 


M. 


8 


oaji 




— 




12 a 


637 


21 II 


7 I'ai 4 


3 30 


'5 ; 


3 53 


Tu, 


9 


I 46 


43 


12 3 


1 6 


12 4 


7 15 


22 8 


7 4913 ■« 


4 16 


■5 8 


43a 


W. 


10 


2 39 


1 30 


■" 5 


■ 5« 


n 4 


8 10 


22 9 


8 3^23 e 


5 


'5 9 


5 aa 


Th. 


11 


3 31 






a 35 


12 


8 53 


11 4 


9 1431 10 


5 43 


■5 4 


5 ^ 


F. 


la 


4 33 


2 57 


;, .0 


3 18 


11 7 


9 3(5 


21 4 


9 57?° 7 


6 aj 


■ 4 6 


(S 49 


S. 


13 


5 14 


3 39 


li , 


3 59 




10 17 


19 10 


10 3919 I 


7 II 


13 6 


7 35 


£. 


'■i 


fi 6 


4 '9 


10 9 


4 4' 


"° 5 


n 4 


.8 4 


11 3217 7 


7 59 


la 5 


8 34 


M. 




G 57 


5 5 




5 3a 


9 10 


— 


— 


di(5 ic 


8 53 


" 5 


9 36 


Tu 


16 


7 47 


6 3 


9 7 


64' 


9 6 


40 


16 a 


■ ■8'5 9 


10 6 


10 7 


10 48 


W. 


17 


8 36 


7=8 


9 5;' a 9 


9 .5 


' 56 


15 7 


a 3415 7 


II 37 


■0 5 


— 


Th. 


j8 


9 a3 


850 


9 61; 9 ^9 




3 13 


'5 1° 


3 so 


10 4 


° i 


10 7 


43 


F. 


19 10 


10 5 


9 I. '10 3. 


10 2 


4 27 


ifl 11 


4 5a 


■7 5 


1 .6;ii 3 


1 4a 


S. 




'o 54 


,oj8 


'" 5 


II 17 


10 7 


5 16 


17 II 


5 34 


■8 5 


3 8 


13 


a 38 


i. 


., 


" 37 


11 3.^ 


10 9 


II 5S 


11 


^-^^ 


18 10 


i 5 


19 a 


3 47 


13 8 


3 5 


M. 


21 






— 


]0 


II 3 


(5 26 


19 6 


64, 


19 10 


3 aa 


13 3 


3 37 


Tu. 


^3 


19 


o"~27" 3 


42 


11 4 


7 


20 I 


7 "5 


20 3 


3 5a 


13 9 


4 7 


W. 


14 




56I11 .li| I .J 


'I .-5 


7 3' 


20 6 


2 ♦' 


ao 7 


4 a3 




4 37 


Tb 


*5 


1 44 


I s8|ii Jil . 43 


'» 5 


8 2 


10 7 


? ■' 


30 7 


4 51 


14 3 


5 7i 


P. 


3fi 




1 58I" 4! » >4 


II 3 


8 31 


20 6 


8 47 


ao 5 


5 aa 


14 I 


5 38 


S. 


^7 


3 13 


2 30H a 3 45 


11 1 


9 1 


10 1 


9 '9 


19 9 


5 53 


13 8 


64S 


i- 


18 


4 I 


3 '|io I" 3 '9 


10 K 


937 


'9 5 


9 55 


18 11 


6 38 


13 a 


M. 


^9 


4 5' 


3 37 10 8 3 55 


10 5 


10 14 


18 6 


10 35 


16 


7 9 


II e 


7 31 


"""K"*"} a"- 9" 


lot- 51-. 


7«. 211- 


Phases of the Moon. 


Moon's DeclinaHon at Ifaon. 


D. H. M. 


MO.. 


/ 


M.D 


. , 


M.!-. 


. , 


M-B, 


, 


Last Quarter i o 17 Morning. 


I 


17S.43 


9 


...39 


'7 


.0K.19 


>5 




New - - - - 7 6 10 Afternoon. 




19 48 




3N.36 


18 


8 55 


ati 




First Quarter 14 J ^4 Afternoon. 


3 


ao 50 


II 


8 3; 


19 


« 43 


37 


I 


Full - - - - aa j I Afternoon. 


4 


20 34 


13 


.. 46 


ao 


3 50 


38 


II 






18 54 


■3 


16 14 




34 


39 


I; 


In Perigea - 7 3 Afternoon. 


6 


15 55 


14 


18 46 


33 


6 33 






In Apogee - ao 9 Afternoon. 


7 


II 49 


15 


20 17 


23 


3 3d 








8 


6 55 


16 


20 48 


a. 


IS. 49 







Th^tiniea of High Wuter are giTCQ for Mean Time at Flsoej if Greenwich or Baiiwa; Timebe teqidn 



BRITISH AND IKISH PORTS. 



FEBRUARY, 1864. 


5 


OALWAT. 


QDEENSTOWN. 


WATEHFORD. 


II 


1 


—• 


ArTEnsooji. 


MoitNiKo. AriEnHoo-v. 


MUBHINO. 


Arx.„»oo. 




«mt. 


HeDAl. 


Time. 


He 


«!« 


Tinio. 


Height. ; Time. Height. 


Time. 


Hj 


giit 


Time. 


HBiglll 








» 


I. 


H. M. 








V. 1. H. M. P. 




II. M. 






U. M 






I 


9 49 




I 


10 ai 


10 


10 


9 .^.^ 


9 5,1° H 9 


3 


10 12 


10 


5 


10 44 


[O 1 


c 


a 


»o 59 




9 


II 41 


10 


Id 


.0 J8 


9 ' 


.. 38 9 


I 


11 19 


9 


II 


II 57 


9 10 


14-2 


3 








a4- 


II 


1 






022I9 


2 




- 


- 


030 


9 1 


15-3 


4 


I 4 


I 


5 


I 40 


II 


II 


1 4 


9 5 


I 461 9 


9 


1 '5 


10 


a 


• 54 


10 5 


i6-a 


5 


3 la 


I 


6 


a 43 


13 


3 


a 2; 




a 58 'o 


7 


a 35 


10 


IJ 


3 la 


11 4 


T' 


G 


3 >i 




9 


3 3fi 


'4 


5 


3 ^9 


II 


3 5711 


( 


3 45 


" 


9 


4 15 


13 3 


Z3.3 


i 


4 I 







4 35 


,r, 


6 


4 24 


II II 


4 49 '2 


3 


4 45 


13 


8 


5 " 


la I 


• 


448 


le 


J 11 


i6 


4 


.S 13 


12 7 


.^ 37 '3 


9 


5 36 


'3 


2 


5 58 


13 5 


o'? 


9 


a 35 


,6 6 


5 57 


i6 


J 


6 1 




6 24 12 




6 21 


'3 


6 


645 


13 6 


1'7 




6 19 


.6 4 


64. 


16 





6 i/ 


12 10 


7 7 -a 


7 


7 7 


'3 


6 


7 a8 


'3 4 


»■? 


T 


7 3 




8 


7 a.5 


13 


2 


7 28 


12 4 


7 49!' a 




7 49 


'3 


a 


8 10 


la I 


3-7 


» 


7 46 


1; 8 


8 8 


'4 





8 10 


11 8 


S 29' 11 


= 


8 30 


12 




8 4; 


12 3 


4-7 


> 


8 31 




4 


855 


11 


7 


8 47 


10 10 


9 8j.o 




9 J 


" 


10 


9 24 


II 5 


5'7 


» 


9 '9 




10 


9 4; 


II 


a 


9 30 


9 11 


9 53| 9 




9 44 


10 


11 


10 10 


10 t 


J 




10 20 


to 8 






4 


10 ai 


9 I 


10 J9 8 




10 43 






11 20 


9 8 


7-; 


« 


CI 43 


10 3 







- 


II 40 


a 8 


rj 8" 




.. .58 


9 


5 







8.; 


I 


a3 




3 


I 3 


10 


4 




8 7 






36 


9 


4 


1 14 


9 , 


9-7 


I 4> 


\l 7 


' ij 


II 




I 44 


8 11 


3 2+ 9 




' 53 


9 


7 


2 33 


9 ' 


10-7 


9 


> 40. 


5 


3 3 


li 


II 


a .^3 


9 .■; 


3 20| 9 




3 .^ 


10 


^ 


.3 34 


10 C 


^^'7 


3 


3 «■ 


3 


3 43 


la 


8 


3 41 


10 




4 


3 57 


10 




4 '9 




I3'7 


, 


3 S9'- 





4 15 


13 


5 


4 20 


10 ; 


438.C 




4 39 


II 


4 


5 


II 7 


13-7 


1 


4 3"!'. 


9 


4 47 


•4 




4 5S 


II 1 


5 '3 ■! 


3 


5 '8 


IX 


9 


5 35 


11 11 





1 


5 1 


H 3 


5 17 


'4 


f 


5 a8 


II _; 


5 44" 




5 49 


12 


<■ 


$ ■* 


12 2 


T' 


1 


5 33 


14 7 


5 48 


•4 


7 


6 


II J 


6 .31: 




6 30 


la 


3 


^35 


12 3 


,6-7 




S 4 


•4 7 




'4 


6 


631 


11 8 


6 4611 


7 


6 5' 


13 


4 


1 I 


12 3 


T' 


i 


6 35 


14 4 


6 " 


14 


1 


7 a 


II 6 


7 i7|" 




7 33 


12 


3 


738 


12 a 


i8-7 


» 


7 8 




.0 


yafi 


'3 


7 


7 33 


II a 


7 5Y° 




7 53 


la 


° 


8 9 


II II 


■9-7 


1 


7 45 


ij 


3 


8 6 


u 


10 


8 7 


10 8 


8 24' '0 




8 a6 


11 


8 


843 


" 5 


10.7 




8»7 


r 


^ 


8 5' 


^' 


10 


842 


10 a 


9 4; 9 


'^ 


9 


" 


" 


9 '9 


10 11 


ii'7 


"IS^"^} 7"- S'"- 


5«. 10'"- 


6«. 2'- 1 


Equalion of Timt at Noon. 








M. ■- 




lUI. 


M. 6. 




M.11. 




B. 




K.D. 


v. B. 






ij 49 


Sub. 


9 


14 30 


Sub. 


17 




ao 


Sub. 


"^i 


13 33 


Sub. 




13 57 






14 31 




18 




15 




a6 


13 14 






14 4 




u 


'4 3> 




»9 








"I 


13 3 






14 10 




ij 


14 33 




ao 




3 




28 


la 5a 






14 Its 




13 


"4 31 




ai 


"3 57 




39 


13 41 






14 ai 




H 


14 ap 




aa 




49 












14 »4 




'S 


14 a? 




33 




4' 












14^8 




16 


14 »3 




34 


_!!. 


33 











•rfOMi Wtfartnidrai fbr Mean lime M Place; if Dnblin or Bailwaj Time be T«i]iiircd,— jbi 



TUB TABLES FOB THK 



MARCH, 1864. 



5^45 

6 4 

7 39 



t 59 5 ' 

2 49 5 J 

3 41 6 s 

4 j*^ 7 ] 
:, 31 3 

6 aS 9 1 



' I9H 7 

I i5|'3 



'9 
"9 
18 10 



■ 44 '4 ■ 

> 3614 II 

■ di6 1 



7 V M 3 

8 15 .4 

9 15I13 I 



; 5618 
■ »9;r9 



DEVONPOBT. 



mmo. {uaielit.]| Time. 



1 1913 



5 
fi 7 ■ 



3 4214 

4 40 15 

5 33 16 

6 31 16 I 

7 516 
7 441^5 



5 37 15 
^ 9|'5 

6 43 15 

7 «Y5 

7 45 '4 

8 3014 

8 56:13 

9 43 '3 
10 43 II 



5 5^ " 

6 431 

7 M" 



55'" ! 
46,13 ' 

6 6 — 



9 161. 

9 561. 
o 441 
:i 53' 

341 

1 561 
3 5': 

3 591. 

4 411, 

5 30 1, 

5 53 I. 

6 a6i 



UdanvQ. AfTH 



; .0 9 

I 39 9 



"5J 



3 5 

3 49 

4 39 

5 47 
7 13 
831 
9 3» 

10 



3 ^ 
9| 4 J 



Hair Me«n spring* qft, /?|q. 



jft. gin. 



ga^h. 



Fh<UM of the Mowi. 



JHoon'i Declination at Noon. 



D. R. H. 

Laat Quarter- i i ri Afternoon. 

New- - - - - 8 3 $^ Morning. 

First Quarter- 15 6 ; Morning. 

Full ----- 13 10 34 Morning. 

Last Quarter- 30 10 ao Aftemoon. 

In Apogee - ~ -j 2 a Morning. 

In Perigee- - 19 8 o Morning. 



6N.14 
10 53 
14 46 



TbetiauKitHi^ V/iua ue gin 
Bbmz odium. 



I &r Mmu Time at Flaee I if QMeDwiali or BhIi 
I Drrawmms odd 17 n | 



, 


HJt 


7K.ia 


as 


4 31 


3& 


I 16 


>7 


7 33 


38 


3 31 


39 


08.40 


30 


4 54 




8 j8 




_ 


— i 



'VlSiMlMn|i 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



19 







MARCH, 1864. 








DOVER. 


SHEERNESS. 




LONDON. 


-:5 


MORlTDIQw 


AvTX&Nooir. 


MOBNINO 


• 


Aftbrnook. 


MOBNIKO. 


Aftebsoon. 


Timo. 


Hei^. 


Tine. 


Height. 


Time 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


H^ht. 


Time. 


Height. 




a. M. 


F. 


I. 


B. X. 


P. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


D. 


3 3^ 


16 





3 57 


'5 


6 


4 59 


14 


2 


5 ^3 


13 


10 


6 30 


17 


4 


^ 54 


16 II 


c 


4 26 


15 





4 57 


14 


7 


5 5^ 


i3 


6 


6 2J 


13 


3 


7 20 16 


7 


7 51 


16 3 


a3'7 


5 33 


H 


4 


6 14 


H 


5 


7 4 


13 





7 49 


13 





8 28 


16 





9 13 


15 10 


24-7 


6 58 


H 


10 


7 39 


15 


5 


8 36 


13 


2 


9 ^3 


13 


610 I 


15 


II 


10 46 


16 2 


»5-7 


8 19 


16 


2 


8 50 


16 


11 


10 3 


H 





10 39 


14 


6 


II 30 


16 


6 


— 


— 


26-7 


9 18 


17 


9 


9 45 


18 


5 


II 9 


^5 


I 


II 35 


15 


7 


7 


17 





38 


17 7 


27-7 


10 II 


19 


1 


10 ^6 


^9 


8 


i^ 59 


16 


I 


— 




- 


I 5 


18 


2 


I 30 


18 9 


28-7 


11 I 


20 


I 


II 26 


20 


4 


23 


16 


6 


46 


16 


II 


I 54 


19 


4 


2 17 


19 9 


• 


II 49 


20 


6 


— 


— 


- 


I 9 


n 


2 


I 31 


17 


4 


a 39 


20 


2 


3 


20 5 


1-3 


13 


20 


6 


36 


20 


4 


I 5^ 


17 


5 


2 13 


17 


4 


3 aa 


20 


7 


3 44 


20 7 


a"3 


59 


20 


I 


I 22 


19 


9 


a 34 


^7 


2 


a 54 


17 





4 5 


20 


e 


4 25 


20 3 


3*3 


I 44 


19 


3 


2 6 


18 


9 


3 14 


i6 


9 


3 34 


16 


4 


4 45 


20 





5 4 


19 7 


4-3 


2 26 


18 


2 


2 47 


17 


6 


3 55 


^5 


11 


4 15 


15 


5 


1*^ 


'S 


2 


5 44 


18 7 


5*3 


3 8 


16 


9 


3 30 


16 





4 35 


14 


10 


4 57 


14 


4 


6 7 


18 


I 


6 28 


17 6 


<5-3 


3 53 


15 


3 


4 18 


H 


7 


5 ^^ 


13 


10 


5 48 


13 


4 


<5 53 


16 


II 


7 17 


i^ 5 


) 


4 4<5 


13 


II 


5 »^ 


13 


7 


6 18 


12 


II 


^ 54 


12 


7 


7 47 


15 


II 


8 22 


15 6 


8'3 


5 59 


13 


5 


6 39 


13 


6 


7 35 


12 


5 


8 20 


12 


5 


9 3 


15 


3 


9 45 


15 X 


9'3 


7 J19 


13 


10 


7 58 


14 


3 


9 4 


12 


7 


9 44 


12 


10 


10 27 


15 


2 


II 9 


15 4 


io'3 


8 31 


H 


9 


8 56 


15 


4 


10 20 


13 


2 


10 52 


13 


(5 


II 46 


15 


7 


— 


— 


ii"3 


9 18 


15 


10 


9 39 


16 


4 


II 16 


13 


11 


II 37 


14 


3 


18 


'5 


11 


42 


16 4 


I3'3 


9 57 


16 


9 


10 15 


^7 


2 


^i 55 


H 


7 


— 




- 


I 3 


16 


9 


I 23 


17 a 


13*3 


10 33 


17 


7 


10 50 


18 





II 


H 


II 


27 


15 


3 


I 41 


17 


6 


I 58 


17 10 


i4'3 


" 7 


18 


2 


II 24 


18 


4 


43 


'5 


6 


59 


15 


8 


2 13 


18 


2 


2 28 


18 6 





II 41 


18 


6 


^i 59 


18 


7 


I 14 


'5 


10 


I 28 


16 





a 43 


18 


9 


^ 59 


18 II 


i6*3 


— 


— 


- 


17 


18 


8 


I 44 


16 


1 


2 


16 


I 


3 13 


19 


I 


3 31 


19 2 


17*3 


35 


18 


7 


53 


18 


6 


2 16 


16 


I 


2 32 


16 





3 45 


19 


2 


4 I 


19 2 


i8-3 


I 12 


18 


4 


I 30 


i8 


2 


2 48 


^5 


II 


3 4 


15 


9 


4 18 


19 


I 


4 35 


18 II 


i9'3 


I 50 


n 


II 


2 10 


n 


7 


3 ai 


'5 


7 


3 39 


15 


4 


4 53 


18 


9 


5 10 


18 6 


20*3 


a 32 


x7 


2 


a 54 


16 


9 


3 59 


15 


I 


4 20 


14 


9 


5 30 


18 


3 


5 49 


17 II 


21*3 


3 17 


16 


3 


3 43 


15 


9 


4 4^ 


14 


4 


5 7 


14 





6 13 


17 


7 


638 


17 a 


a 


4 1^3 


^5 


4 


4 44 


14 


II 


5 36 


13 


9 


6 II 


13 


5 


7 5 


16 


9 


7 38 


16 6 


n^s 


IfeanSp 
ftange. 


ring' 


• 


gfi. 4 


lin. 








gft. 


Qin. 










9' 


b. 'Tin. 







Equation of Time at Noon. 



0. 
29 

17 

4 
50 

37 
22 

8 

to S3 



12 
12 
la 

IT 

II 
II 
II 



Sub. 



9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 



M. B. 
10 38 
10 22 

10 6 



9 
9 
9 



50 
33 
16 



859 
8 42 



Sub. 



x.i>. 

17 
18 

19 

20 

21 
22 

23 
^4 



M. 8. 

8 24 
8 6 

48 
30 
12 

54 
35 
17 



7 

7 

7 
6 

6 

6 



Sub. 



1E.D. 

a5 

2(5 

27 
28 
29 

30 
31 



H. 8. 

5 58 



5 
5 
5 



39 
21 

2 

4 44 
4 26 

4 7 



Sub. 



0- ct High Water are given for Mean Time at Place ; if Gh«enwich or Railway Time be feqnired^— 4br 
DawMBmMractBvL . I fl R j u n u HMa 9Mbtract 8 m. - I LonKWOm. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 





MARCH, 


1864. 


1 


1 


S^ 


nAmvicii. 


TIULK 


8UNDERLASJ). 


MonxiNO. 


AFTEnXOOS. 


MORNINO. 


A„„.>„o,. 










Timf. 


Hdght. 


Time. 


Hdghl. 


Timf . Hclglit, 


Timo. ladBlil, 


Time. 


Hdiht. . Time. 


m 
















F. 1. 








F. 1. H. M. 




Td 




,^'04.'; 


+ 1.5 


10 


3 


4 37 


lO J 


II i'i7 


.6'ii 3217 1 


7 55 


Ji 10 8 34 


II 


w. 




64, 


S S 


9 




a 36 


9 9 




- |. 1016 7 


^ Si 


11 3 ' 9 35 


II 1 


Th 


3 


7 39 


6 12 


9 


9 


6 56 


9 8 


4916 


3 I 3916 a 


10 19 


10 11,11 3 


II 


F, 


4 


8 37 


7 44 


9 


9 


8 3- 


9 10 


a iiiO 


4 


2 53:16 10 


11 47 


II 4 






S. 


5 


9 3,5 


9 10 




3 


9 4*5 


10 8 


3 31 '7 


8 


4 818 6 


33 11 10 


058 


13 


«■ 


6 


Id 55 


10 18 


II 


oI.0 4^ 


II 4 


4 3819 


4 


,5 4I.0 . 


..8|.3 , 


I S^'ii 


M. 




[1 23 






S||m 36 




5 2820 




.! .!<:'■ 6 


a 33 14 3 


148I41 


Tu 


8 


Oft31 


I' ,19 


11 




— 


_ 


6 iVaa 





6 382! J 


3 1^15 I 


3 3a 


'Si 


\v. 


9 


I 16 


12 


12 


4 


43 


's 5 


7 a;a2 


8 


, 24.. .0 


3 54 


15 8: 4 15 


>jl 


Th 


10 


2 [0 


' .5 


12 


.■; 


1 37 


12 4 


7 4622 


10 


8 8 31 8 


4 36 


i5io|4 57>jl 


F. 


11 


i ,i 


I 49 


12 


3 


3 10 


12 1 


8 28 22 


4 


8 w'ji 11 


5 18 


'5 5 


5 39IJ 


3. 


12 


3 .^fi 


231 


" 


10 


1 j2 


11 7 


9 921 


3 


9 3010 7 


6 


14 6 


6 2314 


*. 


'3 


4 49 


3 .2 


11 


4 


3 31 


II 


9 5019 


10 


10 1019 I 


643 


13 6 


7 5" 


M 


J^ 


,'; 4' 


3 5^ 




8 


4 '3 


10 5 


10 33 


18 


4 


II 017 7 


7 39 


'= 5 


7 54," 


Tu. 


',s 


63. 


4 J-^ 


10 


I 


^ I 


9 9 


'0 '2 


1(5 






8 30 


" 4 


8 50:10 


W, 


ifi 


7 '9 


.5 38 


9 


f> 


6 1 


9 4 




16 


J 


39iIj: 7 


9 a.i 


10 6 


"± 


Th. 


'? 


8 6 


6 4^ 


9 


3 


7 23 


9 3 


1 i; 


•^ 


3 


■ J' 


'5 3 


1048 


10 3 


F. 


18 


851 


8 12 


9 


4 


35. 


9 6 


2 36 


15 


5 


3 13 


1.5 '0 




- Siol 


S. 


'9 


9 .34 


9 27 


9 


9 


9 59 


10 


3 48 


16 


5 


4 3' 




40 


1011 I 11.1 1 


»- 


W 


10 17 


10 24 


10 


3 


10 47 


10 6 


4 44 


'7 




5 «.a . 


I 34 


11 J 1 56 


13 


M. 




'° 59 


11 6 




9 


II 23 




5 2318 


8 


.5 3919 I 


a 17 


" 7 > 3.5 


13 


Tu. 


11 


.1 41 


11 40 


11 




II $'•■ 


II 3 


.'> 5.5; 1 9 


6 


6 12 


19 10 


3 52 


^3 4 3 8 


a 


W. 


»3 


morn 


— 


— 




12 


" S 


6 isiio 


1 


645 




3 =3 


13 9 3 37 


ij 


Th 


24 


26 


a; 


11 


C 


41 


Vi - 


7 OjlO 


7 


7 i<5 


10 5 


3 5' 


•4 ='14 7 


14 


F. 


i,i 


I II 


5- 


11 




1 14 




7 3320 


10 


7 50 


20 10 


4 ^3 


H 5 


4 39 


'4 


S. 


16 


i.W 


1 3° 


'1 


6 


1 46 


'I 5 


8 5^20 


9 


8 22 


10 8 


4 55 


14 4 




14 


*■ 


»; 


^4^ 


a 3 


II 


4 


1 20 


" 3 


8 39^0 


5 


855 




5 aS 


13 11 


5 4' 


I) 


M. 


i3 


.? 41 


2 38 


II 


1 


a 5; 


ID 11 


9 i5l'9 


9 


9 35 


19 3 


6 6 


'3 5 


6,? 


13 


Tu 


29 


436 


3 17 


10 


9 


3 57 


10 7 


9 5618 




10 18 


iS 4 


6 50 


12 9 


7 "4 


13 


W. 


30 


in 


3 58 


10 


4 


4 22 


10 2 


10 43; 1 7 


10 


11 16 


'7 4 


7 39 


13 I 


8 9 


II 


Th 


3< 


6 18 


4 50 


10 


_^ 


5 " 


9 10 


" 55 '0 


" 


~ 




843 


'I 5 


9 >i 


11 


Kmigo, *i 


5(1. gk. 


IQO. gin. 


yn. a*"- J 


rhaiei of the 


J/oon, 


.Mmb'* Declination at Ifoon. J 


». H 


M. 


M.n. 





. 


U 11 





■CD 


Q 







Last Quarter- i i 


1 1 Afternoon. 




30 s. 


23 


9 


6N.14 


■7 


I7N.13 


3.' 


1IS.4 


New - - - 8 3 


^9 Morning. 


3 


30 


3+ 




'0 53 


18 


'4 3» 


.6 


15 i 


First Quartei-- i^ 6 


7 Morning. 


3 


19 


39 


11 


14 46 


19 


II 16 


37 


i3 ; 


Full - - - 3i 10 


24 Momiiig. 


4 


17 


9 




■ 7 44 




7 33 


38 


'9 i 

ao ! 


Last Quarter- 30 10 


20 Afternoon. 


5 


'3 


38 


13 


19 39 


ai 


3 3a 


ap 


In Apogee - 7 a 


Morning. 


6 

7 


9 

4 


10 


14 
15 




23 
23 


OS. 40 
4 54 


30 
31 


'9 * 

17 1 


In Perigee . 19 8 


Morning. 


8 


IN. 


c 


:^ 


19 10 


34 


8 58 







The tenw of Uigh Water nre given for Meao Time at Place; if G wcnwiyh or EbUwbt Time be rfqni«d,-i 



BRITISH AND IRISH POETS. 



FEBRUARY, 1864. 


i 


OALWAT. 


QtJEENSTOTVN. 


WATEKFOBD. 


W4 


i 


UORSIXO. 


AFrEltNOON. 


HURKIHO. AFIEnKOOK, 


Uo..,.o. 


AFlERliOOit. 




■n™. 


Height. 


Tltuft 


Hdglit 


TiiDP. 


Kolght. ' Tim*. KeiBht. 


Time 


HcigUt. 


Time. 


aelfibt 






B. M. 


». I. 


B. M. 






H. M. 




r, J 








U. IL 






1 


9 49 






la 




9 5. 


9 5'>o " 


9 3 


10 12 


10 


5 


10 44 


10 1 


II 


% 


'o J9 


10 9 


II 4] 


10 


10 


10 j8 


9 1 


"3" 


9 I 


II 19 


9 


11 


" H 


9 10 


24.2 


3 






J4 












9 2 








36 


9 ' 




4 


' 4 


'» 5 


I 40 


J, 


u 


' 4 


9 5 


°46 


9 9 


■ '5 


10 


2 


1 54 


10 5 


26.3 


5 




13 6 


3 43 


13 


a 


2 35 




» iS 


TO 7 


a 35 


10 


11 


3 11 


ir 4 


27'2 


6 


3 n 


'3 9 


3 36 


14 


5 


3 19 


11 


3 57 


11 6 


3 45 


" 


9 


4 15 


la 3 


z3.2 


I 


4 J 


15 


4 35 


'J 


6 


4 34 


11 11 


4 49 


,2 3 


4 45 


13 


8 


^ 'i 


la I 


• 


4 4B 


16 


5 II 


16 


4 


5 >3 


la 7 


5 37 


12 9 


5 36 


'3 


3 


5 58 


'3 . 


o'7 


9 


5 35 


16 6 


.■i .'57 


16 


5 


I 


13 il 


6 14 


12 11 


6 32 


'3 


<i 


645 


1,5 


'■7 




6 19 


16 4 


641 


16 




64^ 


12 10 


7 7 


13 7 


7 7 


• 3 


« 


7 28 


>3 4 


■■7 


I 


7 3 


15 E 


7 5.5 


15 


2 


7a8 


12 4 


7 49 


,2 


7 49 


13 




8 10 


la 1 


3-7 


a 


7 46 


.4 8 


8 8 


'4 


c 


8 10 


.1 8 


8 »9.. 3 


8 30 


12 


; 


8 47 


13 3 


4-7 


S 


83. 


'3 4 


855 




7 


847 


10 10 


9 810 4 


9 5 


" 




9 M 


11 5 


5'7 


4 


9 '9 


11 10 




11 


a 


9 30 


9 '■ 


9 53| 9 15 


9 44 


10 




10 10 


10 C 


} 


5 




10 S 


^9 47 


10 


4 


ro ai 




■ JO 8 ,0 


'0 43 








9 a 


v 


6 


n 43 


10 3 





_ 




II 40 


8 8 




I. .58 


9 


5 


— 




8-7 


7 


a3 


10 3 


I 3 


10 


4 




8 7 


~S, 8~S 


036 


9 


4 


I 14 


9 . 


9-7 


8 


1 41 


10 7 


^ 15 


II 





I 44 


8 II 


« 14 9 » 


I 53 


9 


7 


2 33 


9 I 


lo-; 


9 


a 40 


«i 5 


3 3 


II 


11 


a 53 




3 20 9 9 


3 5 


10 


3 


3 34 


10 6 


"'7 




3 aa 


la 3 


3 43 


la 




3 4 


10 


4 ■■<= 4 


3 57 


10 


10 


4 19 


u 1 


13.7 


, 


3 j9 


13 


4.5 


13 


5 


4 20 


10 ; 


4 38,ni m 


4 39 


II 


4 


5 ° 




■3-7 


a 


4 32 


13 9 


447 


'4 




4 5.5 


[I 1 


5 "■' 3 


5 "8 


li 


9 


5 35 


11 II 





^ 


5 I 


14 3 


5 1/ 


H 




5 3fi 


t» 5 


5 44'" « 


5 49 






6 4 




'.5 '7 


4 


5 33 


'4 7 


548 


'4 


7 


6 




6 ij-'ii 8 


6 ao 


la 


3 


6.35 




16.7 


5 


6 4 


'4 7 


6 30 


14 




631 


11 8 


6 4fi].. 7 


65' 


12 


4 


7 7 




T' 


6 


63? 


14 4 


6 51 


14 


I 


7 2 


ir 6 


7 •7\" 4 


7 ^3 


12 


3 


738 




■8-7 


7 


7 8 


13 10 


736 


t3 


7 


7 33 


II a 


7 3°>= 11 


7 53 


12 


° 


8 9 


II II 


19-7 


8 


7 45 


13 3 


a 6 


[2 


IQ 


8 7 


10 S 


8 14 10 s 


8 2(5 


11 


8 


843 


II J 


20.; 


9 


8.7 


la 4 


8 5' 


" 


10 


8 42 




9 4| 9 >■ 


9 


" 


a 


9 19 


10 11 


21.; 


"& 


BpriBBJ 7ft. fill". 




5(t. ioi». 


gft. 2'- 1 


Equation of Time at Noon. 1 




^ 




JLD. 


H B. 




11.D. 


u. s. 




K.11. 


IL B. 






13 4" 


1 Sub. 


9 


14 30 


Sub. 


■7 


14 ao 


Sub. 


»> 


13 a3 


Sub. 




'3 S 






14 31 




j8 


'4 15 




a6 


'3 '4 






14 




11 


14 3» 




■9 


14 10 




37 


13 3 






14 J 




11 


14 33 




ao 


14 3 




a8 


13 51 






14 1 




13 


"4 31 




ai 


13 57 




39 


la 41 






14 a 




"4 


14 ap 




32 


13 49 












14 3^ 






14 a? 




«3 


i3 4' 












14 3fi 




'" 


14 *3 




34 


13 33 











n/ Tn«b Water ue eiTea for Mem Tim« at Flue ; If Dnblln or BaUwaj Time b« reqiiired,— Jbr 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



MARCH, 1864. 



GREENOCK. 






I 4613 
i 37|2> 



PEMBKOKE. 



HoRHlMa. ArT£RSOa£- 



9 

J 5 
5 • 

r < 



' J" 

3 ai 

3 «|i8 ■ 

4 +4 
3 37 

6 as 

7 f 
7.5 



'i 

3 49 >^ 

4 36 

.! ■: 

5 S' 

6 a 



HaltMi-niiSiirii 



1 S|,rii.g V 



ion. gin. 



Pkasea of the Moon, 



Moon's Declination at Noon, 



D, H. u. 
Laat Quarter- i 1 11 Afternoon, 
New ----- 8 3 59 Moniing. 
First Quarter j/J fi 7 Morning. 
Full ----- 33 10 34 Morning. 
Last Quarter- 30 10 20 Afternoon. 

Iln Apogp« - - 7 2 o Morning. 
In Perigee --19 8 o Morning. 



, 


M.D. 




11.11. 


aos-ajl 


9 


On. 14 


17 


20 :i4 




1° 53 




19 29 


11 


14 46 


19 


17 9 


(2 


17 44 


30 


'3 38 


'3 


19 39 


31 


9 12 


'4 


30 ap 


33 


4 10 


i^ 




a,1 






19 10 


»4 



o 8.40 I 3e 
4 ^^3" 
8 58 



18 1. 

19 5 



Tba tini«t of High Wtter ue giT«D for Hmq Time at Place 1 if Greenvlch or Bailwrn; Time he reqniifdr- 
GBBnoOKaddlBm, | LimpooL xfil IS m. | PsxnosxaiMtOiiL 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



19 







MARCH, 1864. 








< 

m 
C 


DOVER. 


SHEERNESS. 




LONDON. 




s 


MoRMU«K 


ArauurooN. 


MOBNING 


• 


Aftsbnoon. 


MOBNINO. 


Aftbrsoon. 




Time. 


Hciglit. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


H^ht. 


Time. 


Height. 






H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


r. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


j>. 


I 


3 3^ 


16 





3 57 


15 


6 


4 59 


14 


2 


5 ^3 


13 


10 


6 30 


17 


4 


6 54 


16 II 


t 


2 


4 26 


'5 





4 57 


14 


7 


5 52 


'3 


6 


6 25 


13 


3 


7 20 16 


7 


7 51 


16 3 


23*7 


3 


5 33 


H 


4 


6 14 


H 


5 


7 4 


13 





7 49 


13 





8 28 


16 





9 13 


15 10 


24-7 


4 


6 58 


H 


10 


7 39 


15 


5 


8 36 


13 


2 


9 ^3 


13 


6 


10 I 


15 


II 


10 46 


16 2 


a5*7 


5 


8 19 


16 


2 


8 50 


16 


II 


10 3 


14 





10 39 


14 


6 


II 30 


16 


6 


— 


— 


%6'j 


6 


9 18 


n 


9 


9 45 


18 


5 


II 9 


15 


I 


II 35 


15 


7 


7 


17 





38 


17 7 


a7'7 


7 


10 II 


'9 


1 


10 36 


19 


8 


II 59 


16 


I 


— 


— 


- 


I 5 


18 


2 


I 30 


18 9 


a8'7 


8 


11 I 


20 


I 


II 26 


20 


4 


23 


16 


6 


46 


16 


II 


I 54 


19 


4 


2 17 


19 9 


• 


9 


II 49 


20 


6 


— 


— 


- 


I 9 


17 


2 


I 31 


17 


4 


a 39 


20 


2 


3 


20 5 


i'3 





13 


ao 


6 


36 


20 


4 


I 5^ 


17 


5 


2 13 


17 


4 


3 aa 


20 


7 


3 44 


20 7 


a'3 


I 


59 


20 


I 


I 22 


19 


9 


a 34 


17 


2 


a 54 


17 





4 5 


20 


e 


4 a5 


20 3 


3'3 


2 


I 44 


19 


3 


2 6 


18 


9 


3 14 


16 


9 


3 34 


16 


4 


4 45 


20 





5 4 


19 7 


4'3 


3 


2 26 


18 


2 


2 47 


17 


6 


3 55 


15 


11 


4 15 


15 


5 


S^^5 


19 


2 


5 44 


18 7 


5*3 


4 


3 8 


16 


9 


3 30 


16 





4 35 


14 


10 


4 5/ 


14 


4 


6 7 


18 


I 


6 28 


17 a 


<S-3 


5 


3 53 


15 


3 


4 18 


H 


7 


5 22 


13 


10 


5 48 


13 


4 


<5 53 


16 


II 


7 17 


i^ 5 


) 


6 


4 4<5 


13 


II 


5 »i 


13 


7 


6 18 


12 


II 


^ 54 


12 


7 


7 47 


15 


II 


8 22 


15 6 


S'3 


7 


5 59 


13 


5 


^ 39 


13 


6 


7 35 


12 


5 


8 20 


12 


5 


9 3 


15 


3 


9 45 


15 I 


9'3 


8 


I '^ 


*3 


10 


7 58 


14 


3 


9 4 


12 


7 


9 44 


12 


10 


10 27 


15 


2 


II 9 


15 4 


io'3 


9 


8 31 


H 


9 


8 56 


15 


4 


10 20 


13 


2 


lo 52 


13 


d 


II 46 


15 


7 


— 


— 


"•3 


o 


9 18 


15 


10 


9 39 


16 


4 


II 16 


13 


11 


II 37 


14 


3 


18 


15 


11 


42 


16 4 


ia'3 


I 


9 57 


i6 


9 


10 15 


17 


2 


II S5 


14 


7 


— 


— 


- 


I 3 


16 


9 


I 23 


17 2 


I3'3 


a 


10 33 


'7 


7 


10 50 


18 





II 


14 


II 


27 


15 


3 


I 41 


17 


6 


I 58 


17 10 


i4'3 


3 


" 7 


18 


2 


II 24 


18 


4 


43 


15 


6 


S9 


15 


8 


2 13 


18 


2 


2 28 


18 6 





4 


II 41 


18 


6 


II 59 


18 


7 


I 14 


15 


10 


I 28 


16 





a 43 


18 


9 


^ 59 


18 II 


i6"3 


5 


— 




- 


17 


18 


8 


I 44 


16 


1 


2 


16 


1 


3 13 


19 


I 


3 31 


19 2 


'7*3 


6 


35 


18 


7 


53 


18 


6 


2 16 


16 


I 


2 32 


16 





3 45 


19 


2 


4 I 


19 2 


i8'3 


7 


I 12 


18 


4 


I 30 


18 


2 


2 48 


15 


II 


3 4 


15 


9 


4 18 


19 


I 


4 35 


18 II 


19*3 


8 


I 50 


n 


II 


2 10 


n 


7 


3 ai 


15 


/ 


3 39 


15 


4 


4 53 


18 


9 


5 10 


18 6 


20'3 


9 


2 32 


n 


2 


* 54 


16 


9 


3 59 


15 


I 


4 20 


14 


9 


5 30 


18 


3 


l^§ 


17 II 


ai'3 


o 


3 17 


16 


3 


3 43 


15 


9 


4 4a 


14 


4 


^1 7 


14 





6 13 


17 


7 


6 38 


17 2 


<t 


I 


4 13 


*5 


4 


4 4414 


II 


5 36 


13 


9 


6 II 


13 


5 7 5 


16 


9 


7 38 


16 6 


f»3'3 


] 


IfataSp 


ring 


• 


gft 4 


lin. 








gft. 


Qln. 










9' 


b. yln. 













Equation of Time at Noon* 








K. S. 




M,T>, 


H. 8. 




X.1>. 


M. 8. 




1E.D. 


H. 8. 




12 29 


Sub. 


9 


10 38 


Sub. 


17 


8 24 


Sub. 


a5 


558 


Sub. 


12 17 




10 


10 22 




18 


8 6 




25 


5 39 




12 4 




II 


10 6 




19 


7 48 




27 


5 ai 




II 50 




12 


9 50 




20 


7 30 




28 


5 a 




" 37 




13 


9 33 




21 


7 " 




29 


4 44 




II 22 




14 


9 16 




22 


6 54 




30 


4 a6 




II 8 




15 


859 




23 


6 3S 




31 


4 7 




10 S3 




16 


8 42 




^4 


6 ij 




•s 







iw of Bj|^ Water are given ibr Mean TiiM at Place ; if Gh«eninch or BaUwttj^ Tfa^ 

>XQ. . / BBMsaanm$Mraei Zm* - t IjAVMra^Tiv. 



TIME TAEtZa FCi£ T3E 



J5 





..I 


tl 




«, 


t '• 4' 


l"- 


! ; y. 


c 


1 1 !V 


*. 


■ '/ y. 


* 


1 l: ,> 1 


M, 


8':.;:; 


Th, 


* 




•Ck, 




f. 




H, 


a 1 ■/. 


» 




M 


4 •: ■(1 


W. 


2 « "'1 


'I'll 
1', 


H. 


V 'I M 


*. 


t i<> i; 


M. 


1 i'< \>j 


'Ill 




W. 


1 morn, 


til 


4 .> If 


f. 




K. 


" 1 I'l 


*. 




M, 




1'«, 


»> 4 if 


*•, 


!'■ si' 


'l-h 


tl A I.'' 



Il«««i- r..r*. tbsMT-- 



> 4'; I-. H 



' 4"" 









.■/tU V. 


s-n. 




IV U. M 


.\rt.-rr 


.vsn 


:> { .* 


M.vK'.i 




1 . > 


M,-r=; 


-c 








.*-' '-' ■ 


.V!l«T;,vr 


• J 


M.vKi 


-f. 




Ma-k- 


V- 



Ill 


lol! 

4 


16 


3 


'5 


,1 


irt 


,^ 


'7 
i8 


8 


19 


6 






JO 


7 


so 


lo 



5 k)'9 

6 4,^10 



4 J5 H 
.;.^io 1 5 2S13 

3 10 iS iS 46 5011 

ic n !(■ i; 4 7 391a 

III — i — 8 43 II 



SITST'ESLAXD. 



J II 13 S a+'ii 
; 1 1 5 9 3j " 



I jSij 
1 33 '4 



1 5613 
J 43 14 
•'3 ^ i 3V5 
."j 8 4 >j|'5 
15 'o * 57'S 
[15 S 5 39'5 
,14 6 Z2H 



6 43 '3 

7 29 13 

S 20 11 

9 a.S'o 

.04810 



1.56 
a 35 



5 4613 

6 a? 13 

7 H!" 



.ViVtn'* PfciisiatiaM at .Vm 



i:s-4S 

15 i* 



ij :i z^*z -z . 











BRITISH AND IEI5H POETS. 










SI 


MARCH, 1864. 




NORTU SHIELDS. 


LEITH. 




TUURSO. 


II 
















MoBMKO. 


ArTEtlNOOH. 


MonsLKO. 


AFTEn.\OOS. 


JIonsiNO, 


Aftsbkoos. 




Tlmo. 


Height.! 


TimB. 


Height. 


TilDO. 


ddght. 


Time. 


Hdghl. 


TilUB. 


Height. 


Time. 


noighi 






B. U. 


P. 








11. M. 




a. ii. 




11. M, 












7 59 


10 


9 


8 30 


10 4 


654 


'3 6 


I ^•' 


13 I 


46 


10 4 


1 16 


10 c 


3 


3 


9 (> 


10 





9 47 


9 10 


8 


13 9 


8 40 


12 6 


' ^^ 


9 9 


3 3' 


9 ' 


33*7 


3 


10 3. 


9 


10 


11 '5 




9 ^.'^ 


13 5 ,0 .0 


13 8 


3 18 


^ -^ 


4 8 


9 "^ 


34-7 


4 






4 






'o 53 


12 .l|ll 3° 


'3 5 


4 54 


9 8 


5 33 




15-7 


5 


o 37 


10 




1 11 


II 4 






5 


14 


6 7 


10 8 


6 35 


11 


afi.; 


6 


I 39 


II 


10 


3 3 


3 ; 


33 


<4 8 


058 


'5 4 


6 57 


13 3 


7 18 


13 I 


27.7 


7 


3 3/ 


•3 





a 49 


13 6 


I 33 


16 


I 4^ 


16 8 


7 37 


'3 7 


^ ^' 


14 3 


38-7 


3 


3 lo 


'4 


0' 


3 33 


14 4 


3 a 


17 2 


3 3' 


17 7 


8 19 


14 7 


8 40 


'4 S 


• 


3 


3 54 


'4 


6 


4 »5 


14 8 


3 53 


.7 9i3 13 


17 10 


9 


14 10 


9 3. 


14 S 


1-3 




4 37 


'4 


?■ 


4 59 


4 5 


3 3. 


■7 91 3 5!i 


'7 7 


9 43 


14 / 


10 6 


'4 . 


a "3 


I 


.) ai 


14 




5 43 


13 9 


4 16 


'7 3 


4 38 


16 ic 


10 38 


13 '0 


10 49 


'3 ^ 


3"3 


I 


6 4 


>3 


4 


6 36 




4 59 


i6 5 


5 ^« 


'5 II 


11 11 


13 9 


'I 33 


13 


4-3 


t 


6 4'^ 


■ a 


5. 


7 7 


11 11 


5 4' 


'5 5 


6 3 


14 9 


I 55 


'I 7 


— 


— 


5-3 


i 


7 3' 


II 


4 


758 


10 9 


6 38 


14 3 


653 


13 6 


19 


II 


45 


10 


6-3 




8 36 


10 


3 


8 S8 


9 8 


7 31 


11 11 


7 53 


'» 5 


I 13 


9 10 


I 43 


9 ^ 


5 




9 36 


9 


4 


10 18 


9 2 


8 39 


13 9 II 


II 9 


3 30 


8 II 


3 4 


8 


8-3 


J 


II 


9 


3 


II 43 


9 4 


9 55 


11 v'°^-^ 


11 10 


3 51 


3 8 


4 35 


8 


9' 3 




— 






30 


9 7 


11 13 




u 47 


"i 5 


5 14 


8 10 


5 49 


9 


10-3 


i 


54 


9 


III 


I 23 


10 3 


— 


— 


17 


12 9 


6 19 


9 6 


6 4' 


10 


'i'3 


3 


1 45 


10 


7 


» 5 


11 


39 


13 3 


59 


'3 9 


6 59 


10 6 


7 15 


II 


13-3 


I 


a 33 




4 


3 38 


II 9 


I 17 


14 3 


I 34 


14 8 


7 39 


11 6 


I ■*■' 


13 


'3*3 


1 


» 54 






3 9 


" 5 


I .50 


'5 ' 


3 (, 


15 5 


7.56 


■> 5 


8 10 


13 S 


I4'3 


J 


3 "3 




8 


3 37 




3 31 


'5 9 


a 3<i 


16 


8 34 


13 


8 38 


13 





t 


3 5= 







4 8 


3 3 


3 ^^0 


If) 2 


3 5 


16 5 


8 53 


13 3 


9 9 


'3 „ 


i'5-3 




4 »4 




3 


4 4' 


13 3 


3 30 


16 3 


3 36 


16 3 


9 ^5 


13 3 


9 42 


13 


i7'3 


i 


458 






5 15 


[3 II 


3 5a 


16 1 


4 9 


15 "I 


9 59 


13 II 


10 17 


12 t 


18-3 


J 


5 3a 




8 


5 50 


13 


4 3; 


15 9 


4 45 


15 « 


° 35 


13 ^ 


'a 55 


13 


19-3 


B 


6 10 




3 


630 




5 4 


15 3 


.5 =5 


14 II 




II 9 


II 40 


11 


20.3 


S 


6 5» 




8 


7 15 


II 4 


5 48 


14 7 


6 13 


14 a 


— 




3 


tl C 


11-3 




7 41 







8 .4 


10 7 


6 38 


13 9 


7 8 


>3 4 


30 


10 7 


1 


10 3 


i 


I 


85. 




3 


9 3' 


10 


7 45 


13 


835 


13 9 


I 36 


9 II 


3 16 


9 S 


^3-3 


H£S^^ 


} 6'*-8'- 


ga. 2Ln. 1 


1 


Equation of Time at Noon. 1 


M. II. 






K-E 


. n. .. 1 1 


M.D. 


H B 




U.D. 


It 1. 






la 39 


Sub 


s 


■ 10 ,-:s Sub. 1 


17 


8 34 


Su 


J. :'5 


5 58 


Sub. 




la 17 








10 33 




18 


8 6 




3fi 


5 39 






i» 4 








10 




19 


7 48 




H 


5 21 






11 50 
" 37 






'3 


9 5° 
9 33 




10 
31 


7 30 




38 
39 


5 a 
4 44 






11 11 






14 


9 10 




33 


6 54 




30 


4 36 






■ I 8 




15 


8.59 




33 


635 




3" 


4 7 






10 53 




115 


843 




"4 


fi 17 











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9 37;'8 
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BRITISH AND IRISH FORTS. 



MARCH, 1864. 



■ESTON-SUPEa-MARE. 



Umuhho. Attebhook. 



4,';la8 
18,39 

■♦3J" 

5434 1 
5^37 1 



5339 
3'37 



.S36 1 

8;S II 



,-J 



o 3311 
■ 59" 



3236 1 
5.5 3/ 
1736 1 

59 3« 
34 35 
933 
5°3i 
5'«9 



5 : 

5 563- 

6 33 3 

7 5 
7 39 
S II 
843 



37 
36 8 



KINGSTOWN. 



3 31,1 

4 58 

6 37 

7 39 

8 33 



MORMNO. AriEKSOOH. 



H.iHfaL 

9 5 



Time. Heigbt 



6 33 

7 5" ! 



9 5'Si' 
10 391 



3 35 ! 

4 33 

5 37 

6 56 



'5 5" 



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134-7 

5'5'7 
1 36-7 

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5"8-7 



5'3 
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J 



O 
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9183 
619-3 



9 «! . 
9 



«} 18"- 7'"- 



gn. Qi,. 



i»- 6"- 



Equatum of Time at Not 



10 38 



8 59 
843 



; 48 

7 30 
7 " 
654 
«35 
6 17 



5 58 
5 39 
5 : 
5 

4 44 
4 36 



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TIDE TABLES FOB THE 












MARCH, 1864. ^ 


s 
t 


G 


Is 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDERRY. 


SLIGO BAY. 1 


^ 










~ 




1 


!c 


2 


^H 


JIOHSIKG. 


jSjterxoon. 


MORNIKO. 




MoBxnso. 


AnuMril 








Tiu-e. 


Hpi«l.t. 


TilDP. 


Eeighl 


"rto^ 


Htnglit. 


Ttmo. 


Hcieht. 


Time. 


HdgW. 


Timt 


Utf 






a. >L 












F, 1. 








EC. H. 




El. M. 




Til 


1 


ini45 


3 'O 


8 6 


3 39 


8 4 


le 


5 11 


5. 


5 


8 


10 3 


8 7 


10 41 


S 


W. 


3 


64. 


4 '^ 


8 2 


4 5° 


8 I 


I 3' 


5 7 


a 2^ 


5 


6 


II 2 


8 3 


— 


— 


Til 


3 


! .W 


5 31 


8 


6 .3 


8 . 1 


3 £ 


5 8 


3 5 


5 


jj 


4 


8 3 


4- 


8 


F. 


4 


»37 


« 59 


8 3 


738 


8 3 


4 3": 


6 2 


5 


6 





I 3a 


8 7 


3 10 


S 1 


S. 


5 


9 35 


8 ij 


8 6 


842 


8 9 


5 3£ 


6 9 


5 5-fl 


7 


1 


2 4« 


9 5 


3 '3 


91 


*■ 


6 


10 3: 


9 7 


9 I 


9 3i 


9 5 


6 iS 


7 5 


6 4 


7 


8 


3 3^ 


10 5 


358 


lO 1 


M. 


7 




9 55 


9 8 




9 lO 


7 


7 11 


7 3 


8 


» 


4 a 


'1 5 


4 44 


II 


Tu 


8 


0I12J 


10 39 


9 " 


11 1 




7 5-1 


8 4 


3 I 


8 


C 


5 7 


la I 


1^ 


la 


W. 


9 








■ J 42 




8 3. 


8 7 


8 5A 


8 


6 


.1 5^ 


la 4 


6 I 




Th 


10 


2 10 


— 


— 


3 


9 11 


9 I. 


8 5 


9 3. 


8 


3 


633 




65. 


11 1 


r. 


11 


.3 .3 


25 


9 10 


47 


9 9 


9 51 


7 II 




7 


8 


7 17 


" 2 


P 


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s. 


J2 


3.5« 


• 9 


9 7 


I 31 


9 ; 


10 33 


7 5 


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7 


I 


758 


10 8 


8 iC 


10 


i- 


13 


4 49 


' 54 


9 a 


a >8 


9 ° 


11 iC 


6 8 


'I 4„ 


6 


4 


838 


9 9 


9 a 


9 


M. 


M 


.! 41 


2 43 


8 9 


3 9 


8 6 


— 


— 


I 


5 




9 3 


8 10 


10 ( 


8 


Tu. 


ij 


63, 


3 35 


8 3 


4 5 


3 I 


5 


5 7 


I 3= 


5 


4 


10 33 


8 a 


)i t 


7' 


W. 


16 


; '9 


4 40 


7 " 


5 'H 


7 10 


2 I 


5 3 


a 5, 


5 


! 


II 5 


7 9 


— 


— 


Th. 


'7 


8 6 


558 


7 9 


640 


7 9 


3 3f 


5 4 


4 i-l 


5 


6 


3a 


7 9 


I M 


7 > 


F. 


18 


8 Ti 


7 J9 


7 9 


7 55 


7 I' 


4 4 


5 9 


5 I 


5 


II 


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8 


a 2 


8 


S. 


'9 


9 34 


8 26 


8 1 


848 


8 3 


5 4= 


6 I 


(5 c 


6 


4 


a 5- 


8 7 


3 IS 


8 I 


a- 


20 




9 8 


8 


9 17 


8 9 


6 IS 


6 6 


63 


6 


9 


3 3S 


9 3 


3 55 


9 


M. 


21 


10 ;,^ 


9 43 


8 II 


9 59 


9 


65. 


6 11 


7 I 


3? 




4 "c 


' 'i 


4 aj 


10 


Tu. 


21 


II 42 


10 15 


9 2 


10 30 


9 3 


7 2 


7 3 


7 4^ 


; 


4 4 


10 6 


-^^^ 


to : 


W. 


13 




'0 45 


9 4 


10 J9 


9 5 


7 55 


7 6 


3 1 


7 




5 '3 


10 11 


5 aS 


II 


Th. 


24 




II 15 


9 5 


II 30 


9 5 


8 2 


7 8 


8 4 


7 


9 


5 44 


17 a 


6 c 


It 


1'. 


^'l 


1 II 


II 45 


9 5 






8 5 


7 8 


9 1 


7 


7 


6 I 


II a 


6 3 


ti 


S. 




1 59 




9 5 


iS 


9 4 


9 2 


7 C 


9 4^ 


7 


4 


64S 


10 11 


7 <: 


10 ] 


*. 


27 


2 49 


.36 


9 3 


55 


9 3 


10 <. 


7 2 


10 1 


7 





7 >•! 


10 6 


7 4a 


10 : 


M. 


i3 


3 41 




9 ^ 


i 38 


9 1 


10 3 


6 10 


II 


6 


J 


8 


9 11 


8 33 


9 


Til 


29 


4 3^ 


2 "2 


8 II 




8 9 


II 2 


6 4 


I" 5E 


fi 


I 


8 4< 


g ** 


9 i-l 


? 


^\. 


30 


5 32 


3 53 


8 7 


3 n 


8 5 






3 


5 




9 4 


8 9 


10 3.i 


S 


Th 


31 


6 23 


358 


8 3 


[43. 


8 2 


I 2 


Ts 


a 


S 


1 


II ( 


8 5 


II 5« 


8 


■,„„«„.) 4,. gl. 


3ft. lo'"' 


5ft. yln. 


r/iases of the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at ^oon. 


r>. n. M. 


n.n. 


, 


ii.n. < 






J1.D. 




M.D. 


o > 


I^st Quarter- 1 1 11 Afternoon. 


I 2 


OS. 23 


9 


6^. 


4 


17 


7N.12 


a5 


23.4! 


Now - 8 3 59 Moniiiig. 


2 2 


34 


10 1 




3 


18 


4 31 


36 


5 J< 


First Qnartur 15 fi 7 Morning. 


3 1 


9 =9 


II ; 


4 


4''' 


■9 


1 16 


'2 


8 i^ 


Full a.3 10 14 Morning. 


4 ' 


7 9 


12 I 


7 


H 


20 


7 33 


aS 


9 51 


LastQuarfer- 30 10 ao Afternoon. 


5 


3 38 


13 I 


9 


9 


31 


3 3^ 


ap 


.D 1. 




(5 


9 12 


14 2 








oa.40 


30 


9 4 


In Perigee - - 7 a Morning. 


7 


4 ID 


15 2 





3 


23 


i H 


3" 


'7 + 


In Apogee - - 19 8 Morning. 


8 


I S.6 


16 I 


9 


ic 


'I4 


8 58 






C 


tin 


N«fa 


ighW. 


tcrare 


[ivenfo 


Mean 


Time I 


It Place 


if Dab 


iir^ 


7b 


•away 


TilMbl 


mioii 


rt^ 















BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 












25 






MARCH, 1864 


• 








1 

1 


OALWAY. 


QUEENSTOWN. 


WATEIJFOKD. 






MOKXIKG 


• 


Aftkrvoox. 


Morning 


i. 


Afternoon. 


Morning 


f. 


, Ajternoon. 

1 




Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. Time. 


Height. 








u. x. 


F. 


I. i U. M. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. 


I. 


U. If. 


F. 


I. 


u. u. 


F. 


I. , u. u. 


F. 


I. 


D. 




I 


9 19 


II 


5' 


9 5' 


II 





9 *9 


9 


7 


9 56 


9 


4 


9 43 


10 


7 10 14 


10 


4 


([ 




a 


10 29 


10 


9 II 13 


10 


9 


10 29 


9 


2 II II 

1'. 


9 





10 j2 


10 





II 31 


9 


10 


23*7 




3 


ii 59 


10 


II! 

1 





- 


— 


II 56 


9 


1! 


•— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


- 


. 13 9 


10 


24-7 




4 


44 


II 


3 


I 22 


II 


9 


43 


9 


4|i I ^5 


9 


8 


55 


10 


I 


1 ^ ^5,^0 


4 


^5-7 


B' 


5 


' 57 


12 


5. 


2 25 


13 


I 


2 6 10 


]!> 2 40 

0| 3 36 


10 


6 


2 14 


10 


10 


2 5Y' 


4 


26*7 




ti 


a 52 


13 


9 


3 18 


H 


5 


3 811 


II 


6 


3 23 


II 


10 


3 5412 


3 


27.7 




7 


3 41 


K^ 





4 3 


15 


6 


4 a 


11 


11 


4 26 


12 


3 


4 21 


12 


8;; 4 48 13 





28-7 




8 


4 26 


i6 


0, 


448 


i6 


4 


4 50 


12 


7 


5 ^3 


12 


9 


5 13 


13 


3.: 5 3613 


5 


• 




9 


5 10 


16 


6 


5 3a 


16 





5 36 


12 


10 


5 59 


12 


10 


5 57 


13 


6! 6 19 


13 


6 


1-3 




10 


5 54 


16 


4 


6 16 


16 


I 


6 21 


12 


9 


6 42 


[2 


/ 


6 41 


J3 


5 


7 3 


13 


4 


2*3 


■ " 


^37 


'5 


Sj 6 j8 


15 


2 


7 3 


12 


4i 7 23 


12 





7 24 


'3 


I 


7 44 12 


10 


3*3 


■ " 


7 20 


14 


•• 


7 40 


14 





7 43 


II 


8, 8 3 


II 


3 


8 4 


12 


6 


, 8 22 12 


2 


4*3 


li'^ 


8 2 


13 


4 


8 25 


12 


8 


8 22 


10 


10 8 42 


10 


4 


8 40 


II 


9 8 59 1 1 


4 


5-3 


1 14 8 4$^ 


II 


III 9 15 


II 


2 


9 3 


9 


11! 9 25 


9 


6 


9 18 


10 


II 9 39 ^o 


6 


6-3 


f'^ 


9 44 


10 


7jio 19 


10 


2 


9 49 


9 


I 10 19 


8 


9 


10 7 


10 


i;io 42 9 


8 


J 


Wm 


16 


«o 59 


10 


II 43 


10 





10 58 


8 


6;' 


II 40 


8 


6 


[ I 19 


9 


4," 58 9 


3 


8-3 




«7 


— 


- 


- 26 

11 


10 


] 


— 




" 1 


24 


8 


6 




— 


- ' 37 


9 


3 


9*3 




18 


I 4 


10 


4! 


I 39 


ro 


8 


I 4 


8 


8 

1 


^ 43 


8 


II 


I ^5 


9 


5 ' 52 


9 


8 


IO-3 


ft 


»9 


a d 


II 


2 


2 31 


II 


7 


2 18 


9 


2' 


2 4s 


9 


6 


2 2; 


9 


II 


2 56 


10 


4 


11-3 


i- 


10 


a 53 


12 


i; 


3 11 


12 


6 


3 8 


9 


10 

1 


3 30 


10 


2 


3 23 


10 


7 1 3 45 


10 


II 


I2«3 


L 


»i 


3 a9 


12 


11 3 45 


13 


3 


3 48|'o 


6,1 4 6 


10 


9 


4 ^ 


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3' 4 ^^> 


Ji 


6 


13*3 


k 


S3 


4 ' 


13 


8. 4 17 


H 





4 231 1 1 


0. 4 4o|ii 




4 4; 


II 


91 5 311 


11 


14-3 


r. 


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4 32 


14 


3 4 46 


H 


6 


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5 5 ii " 




5 19 


12 


] 


: 5 3412 


2 





L 


a4 


5 2 


H 


8.! 5 ^9 


H 


10 


5 28 11 


8 5 4- II 


9 


5 49 


12 


4 


. 6 6 

1 


12 


5 


16-3 


1 


a.5 


5 35 


14 


9; 5 5^ 


H 


8 


2ljl 


9I 6 19' 11 


9 


6 2;, 


12 




6 40 


12 


5 


i7*3 


. .6 


6 9 


H 


7! 6 26 


H 


5 


^ 3.3" 


8, <5 52 


II 


6 


^57 


12 


4 7 14 


12 


3 


18-3 


IL 


*7 


6 44 


14 


2 


7 4 


13 


10 


7 10 1 1 


4' 7 ^9 


II 


2 


7 3i;'i 


2 


i 7 49 


12. 





19*3 


L 


a8 


7 ^4 


13 


6 


7 47 


13 


I 


7 48 10 


''i n 7 


10 


8 


8 7 


ri 


10 


' 8 2^; 


II 


7 


20*3 


&• 


29 


8 10 


12 


8, 


8 35 


12 


2 


8 27 


10 


5 ' 8 49 


10 


1 


8 45 


II 


4 


! 9 5 


II 


I 


21-3 


fc 


30 


9 4 


II 


8; 9 37 


II 


3 


9 ^5 


9 


9; 9 43 


9 


6 


9 ^9!^^ 


10 


10 


10 


6 


J) 


th. 


31 


10 15 
1 


II 


0. 


10 58 


II 





(O 16 


9 


4| 'o 57 


9 


3 


10 38 10 


3 


II 17 


10 


] 


23-3 


Range. i / ^ 


5 


,a. jQin. 






grt. 2'»n. 


1 
( 



Equation of Time at Noon, 



CD. 


X. 8. 




1 


12 29 


Sub. 


3 


12 17 




5 


12 4 




4 


II 50 




5 


" 37 




6 


II 22 




7 


II 8 




8 


10 53 











M. D. 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 



i 



M. 8. 




M. D. 


M. 8. 




10 38 


Sub. 


17 


8 24 


Sub. 


10 22 




18 


8 6 




10 6 




19 


7 48 




9 50 




20 


7 50 




9 33 




21 


7 13 




9 16 




22 


6 54 




8 59 




23 


6 35 




8 42 




24 


6 17 






timcf of ICgli Water are given for Mean Time at Pbce; if Dublin or lUilway Tiniu be required,— for 
GuvAT add 11 m. t QvEBNBTowv add 8 m. | \I'jlte£F0]U) add \ uu 





so 










TIDE TABI.es foe THK 










APRIL, 1864. 




a 


t= 


■:£ 


QREENOCK. 


LIVERPOOL. 


FEMBBOKI 




1 


s 


II 










MURNIND. 


AVTEBIEOOH. 


MOESMO. 


ArTBBXOOS. 


HoaKiKO. 


Ait 










Timo. 


Uelsht, 


Tlmfl. 


HoUhl 


T^e. 


Htiglit. 


Time. 


HelBbt 


Time. 


Height. 


TiM 










II. H. 








U. H. 




B. 11. 


F. I. 


B. tt. 




n. H 




P. 




70125 


6 la 


's 4 


«.!.! 


's 4 


5 3 


20 3 


6 22 


20 8 







3 




s. 




8 ao 


738 


8 6 


a 18 


8 8 


7 


21 3 


7 46 


22 


1 3 


16 4 






» 


3 


9 14 


354 


8 II 


9 25 


9 « 


3 2 


22 1) 


8 5-= 


23 10 


a 4 


17 9 


3 » 




M. 


4 


10 ; 


9 53 


9 5 




9 ? 


9 I 


24 9 


9 40 


25 7 


3 5 


'9 7 


4 I 




Tu 


i 


II I 


'o 45 


9 9 


II 10 


9 II 


10 


2<i 4 


10 2i 




4 4 


21 J 


5 1 




W. 


6 


■I 54 


II 3S 


!□ 


II J9 


10 1 


10 4 


27 3 




'7 ' 


5 4 


22 1 


6 




Th 


7 


0048 


— 







10 2 


11 3 


=7 9 


■I 55 


V 8 


6 3 


22 6 


64 




F. 


8 


I 42 


43 




' 4 


10 2 






16 


27 6 


7 . 


21 4 


7 a 




S. 


9 


2 36 


I ^5 


10 I 


■ 46 


9 " 


°3 


27 I 


056 


26 7 


7 4 


21 6 


8 




*■ 


10 


3 30 


2 6 


9 10 


2 25 


9 8 


I i^ 


25 II 


■ 35 


'5 » 


8 3 


20 4 


84 




M. 


CI 


4 21 


^ 4+ 


9 5 


3 4 


9 3 


I .5^ 


24 5 


» 15 


23 « 


9 


18 11 


9 » 




Tu. 


12 


^ " 


3 24 


9 


3 46 


3 10 


2 3 


" 7 


» 57 


21 10 


9 4 


'J 5 






W. 


13 


6 


4 9 


8 ; 


4 35 


8 5 


3 2C 




3 47 


20 3 


10 3c 


16 a 


105, 




Th. 


'4 


6 4fi 


.5 4 


8 3 


5 35 


8 I 


4 "S 


■9 7 


4 53 


19 2 




14 10 


" 5 




F. 




7 30 


6 II 


8 


6 48 


7 II 


5 3< 


19 


615 


19 I 


— 




n 




S. 


r6 


8 .3 


7 26 


7 11 


3 I 


3 I 


6.5< 


'9 J 


7 30 


.9 10 


■ S 


14 9 


J 4 




i- 


r; 


855 


835 


8 3 


9 5 


I '' 


8 J 


20 3 


8 32 


21 


a a 


'5 J 


»5 




M. 


18 


9 38 


9 30 


8 7 


9 53 


8 p 


8 51 


21 8 


9 115 


22 4 


3 3^ 


16 9 


3 j 




Tu. 


•9 




.0 14 


8 II 


10 3i 


9 


9 34 


23 


9 52 


23 7 


4 '.. 


18 i 


4* 




W. 


20 


II 6 


10 51 


9 2 


11 9 


9 3 


10 6 


24 1 


10 24 


H 7 


4 5 


.9 a 


5 I 




Th. 


21 


ir 54 


II ^9 


9 4 


11 48 


9 5 


10 44 


24 II 


II 


■5 2 


5 3- 




5 5 




P. 


22 










9 <• 


II lE 


25 t 


II 37 


25 ^ 


6 K 


30 6 


6 1 




S. 


23 


44 


afi 


9- 7 


44 


9 8 


115' 


»5 9 






6 4( 


20 10 


7 




*• 


24 


I 36 


I 3 


9 8 


r 22 


9 8 


14 


'5 9 


■1 33 


25 9 


7 a 


20 9 


7 + 




M 


25 


2 31 


I 41 


9 8 


■ 59 


9 7 


5 


•5 « 




25 3 


8 c 


ao 4 


8 3 




Tu. 


If 


3 =9 


2 [9 


9 « 


2 40 


9 5 


I 3= 


24 10 


I 50 


H 5 


8 42 




9 




W. 


2? 


4 »4 


3 2 


9 4 


3 »6 




a 13 


23 10 


2 37 


23 3 


93a 


18 S 


95 




Th. 


28 




3 53 




4 20 


8 II 


3 3 


22 9 


3 31 


23 a 


10 17 


17 9 


10 4 




F. 


29 


6 14 


4 5' 




5 »0 


8 8 


4 4 


21 ; 


4 42 


" 3 


II 14 


16 9 


'I 4 




S. 


30 


7 8 


6 3 


8 7 


6 40 


B 7 


5 '3 


21 3 


6 5 


21 5 




~ 


2 




"■""s4r'"') i"- 10'"- 


,3«. oi"- 


10"- 6"- 




TlftajM 0/ the Moon. 






i>. ir. M. 


ICO. 




H.O. 


r 


■ n 


1 


MJf. 




Naw 6 V 49 Afternoon. 


I I 


49.44 


9 


■ 8..5, 


■V 


4N.42 


^5 




First Quarter- 14 9 Morning. 


2 I 


45 




20 8 


18 


34 


26 




Full ai 119 Morning. 


3 


6 6 


II 


20 i8 


19 


3 S.39 


27 




Lnet Quarter - 29 4 34 Morning. 


4 


I 3 


12 


.9 28 




7 47 


23 






5 


4K. 3 


13 


■7 44 




I 39 


29 




In Perigee .-460 Morning. 


6 


8 5= 


14 


■5 ■« 


32 


5 4 


30 




In Apogee - - 16 a Morning. 


7 " 


J " 


15 




33 


7 47 








8 I 


29 


ifi 


a 3; 


34 


9 35 





BBmSH AND IRISH PORTS. 



27 



APRIL, 1864. 



DOVER. 



IIOKXIKO. 



lO 



j SO 

^ 39 

7 57 

8 56 

9 48 

a6 



If 



F. k 

4 91 

5 a 



I 
z 
a 

3 

4 

5 
6 



33 
18 

59 

43 

a6| 

18 

»9 
a? 



8 3a 

9 16 

9 54 

EO 31 

IX 9 

EZ 50 

o 10 

50 

1 33 

2 19 

3 ^o 

4 7 

5 " 



5 

91 



6 

7 . 

8 10 

9 8 
9 " 



9 

8 

7 
6 

5 

4 
3 
3 



9 
II 

7 

5 

4! 
8 

10 



4 7 

5 <^ 

6 5 

7 3 

7 10 

8 4 

8 6 



8 
8 
8 

7 
6 



6 

5 

I 

6 



8 

5 10 
5 4 



ATTBKHOair. 



Tims. 

B. X. 

6 o 

7 '9 

8 28 

9 ^3 

10 13 

11 2 
II 49 

O II 



56 



39 
31 

41 

5a 
46 

5a 

2 



I 

2 

3 
3 
4 
5 
7 

8 

8 55 

9 35 
10 12 

10 50 

11 30 



8 



o 
I 

I 

2 

3 
4 
5 



30 
II 

55 
44 

37 
38 

45 



Heiglit 
jr. I, 

4 10 

5 9 

7 

8 4 

9 3 
9 10 

9 i^ 
9 $^ 
9 

8 

7 
6 



4 

3 
o 

4 II 
3 II 

3 ^ 

4 a 

5 
6 o 

6 10 

7 
8 

8 



7 



8 6 

8 3 

7 " 
7 

6 3 

5 61 

5 4 



MeMB 8iirixig> Qft. ^in. 



SHEERNESS. 



MOBNINO. 



Time. 

B. M. 

6 50 

8 20 

9 43 

10 47 

11 37 

47 

1 30 

2 10 



50 
28 

9 
53 
47 
54 



Height, 
jr. I. 

3 *» 

3 5 



2 

3 
4 

4 

5 
6 

8 14 

9 a? 

10 28 

11 14 
u 50 

o 7 

41 

1 16 



I 
2 

3 



52 

a? 

3 



3 44 

4 33 

5 30 
^ 43 



4 
5 



2 
2 
o 



6 ]o 

7 I 
6 10 

6 4 
5 8 

4 9 
3 10 

3 i 

2 7 
2 7 



3 

3 

4 

5 

5 

5 
6 

6 

5 
5 
5 
4 
4 



1 

9 

5 
o 

3 
8 



o 

II 

8 

3 

7 
I 

6 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 



7 
9 



34 
4 



10 18 

11 14 

o 

^3 
10 

51 
30 

8 
48 



12 
o 
I 
I 
2 

3 
3 



4 31 

5 
6 



18 

19 

7 34 

8 52 



10 o 

10 51 

11 3a 

o 23 

59 

1 34 



Height. 



F. I. 



2 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



9 

44 

^3 

7 
o 

4 
a3 



3 
3 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 

7 
6 

6 

5 
4 

3 

2 



LONDOX. 



MOENIKO. 



Time. 

H. H. 



8 15 
91 9 45 

8 



7 

4 
8 

o 

o 

7 

o 

3 
3 
5 

9 

6 



2 
2 Id 



3 
4 



5 
J 

8 



5 <5 

5 10 

6 I 



5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 



II 

10 

6 

u 

4 
9 

7 



gft. Qin. 



II 12 

44 

1 33 
a 15 
a 59 

3 41 

4 21 

4 59 

5 40 

6 25 

7 15 

8 22 

9 40 

10 53 

" 57 

21 

1 I 

1 38 

2 12 

2 46 

3 ai 

3 57 

4 34 

5 i5i 

6 3 

659 
8 9 



Height. 
F. I. 

16 3 

16 2 

16 9 



18 
^9 

^9 
20 

20 



2 
I 

9 
I 

o 



9 7 
8 10 

7 II 

7 o 
6 I 

5 6 

5 4 

5 7 

6 2 

6 6 

7 3 

7 " 

8 5 
8 10 



9 
9 



I 

I 

8 10 

8 5 

7 10 

7 ^ 
6 8 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 

9 2 

10 30 

11 46 

17 

1 8 

1 54 

2 3« 

3 20 

4 o 

4 40 

5 19 



Height 

F. I. 



6 
6 

7 
9 



2 

50 

47 

I 



10 17 

11 27 

42 

1 19 

1 54 

2 28 

3 3 



16 
16 

17 

17 
18 

'9 
20 

20 
19 

'§ 
18 

17 
16 

15 
15 
15 

15 






2 
5 
2 

8 
8 
6 
o 
J 
10 

3 

5 

5 
6 

9 

4 

5 

10 



16 10 
'7 7 



3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

7 



38 

^5 

56 
38 

31 
32 



8 50 



18 
18 

'9 

'9 
18 

18 

18 



2 

8 



I 

II 

8 

1 

6 



16 II 
16 7 



D 

a4-3 

a5-3 

26-3 

a7'3 
28«3 

• 

1.9 
a. 9 

3*9 
4-9 

o»9 

J 

8-9 
9.9 

io'9 
11*9 

I2«9 

13-9 
14.9 

O 
16.9 

17.9 
18-9 
19.9 

20*9 
21'9 

23-9 



ft. Tin. 



9«. 7 









Equation of Time at Noon. 








X. 8. 




ILD. 


IC 8. 




ICD. 


H. 8. 




11.D. 


Iff. 8. 


3 49 


Sub. 


9 


I 30 


Sub. 


17 


33 


Add. 


^5 


2 12 


3 31 




10 


I 14 




18 


47 




26 


2 22 


3 13 




II 


57 




19 


I 




a? 


2 31 


2 56 




12 


42 




20 


I 13 




28 


2 41 


2 38 




13 


26 




21 


I 26 




29 


2 ^9 


2 2( 




14 


II 




22 


I 38 




30 


2 57 


a 4 




15 


4 


Add. 


a3 


I 50 








I 47 




16 


19 




24 


2 I 









Add. 



es of High Water are giTen for Mean lime at Place ; if Greenwich or Railway Time be requirtKi,— for 
l>07iB#«MrMift B. I SHUiiBif W8 mtbtroct S m. | LofpofOd. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



APRIL, 1864. 



iiDiN HdgM.'! Tim 



8 45' 9 

9 3*1 y 
o iS 9 



' 4^ 9 

1 14I 8 



4ft. gin. 



LONIMJNDEHKr. 



KIuBKINO. ArrKBNOOK. 



3(1. lo'"- 



SLIOO BAT 



MoKKiKfl. I Ara 



5 59 i 

4 44' 

5 30," ■ 



7 31 I' 

8 II < 

858 i 



* 5*5 9 
3 34| 9 



4 39 I' 

5 '5,1 



8 36 9 

9 40 9 

o 59] 8 



.i » 

5 5' 

7 5" 

8 31 

9 »; 

3i 

1 4S 

aj 

1 3« 



3 5« 

I 4 »i 

4 5; 



5"- 7*^ 



Phases of the Moon. 



Moon's Declination at N^oon. 



New ----- 6 I 49 Afternoon. 

FirstQuarter- 14 o 9 Morning. 

Full ----- 33 I 19 Morning. 

Last Quarter - 19 4 34 Morning. 

In Perigee - - 4 6 o Morning. 

In Apogee- - 16 a o Morning. 



, , 


K.D, 




U.J> 


° f 


ILD. 


.48.44 


9 


ibN.^I 


17 


4N.4a 


>^ 


i<= 4! 




10 8 




34 


36 




II 


■xo 18 


19 


3S.39 


=«; 


I 3 


IS 




ao 


7 47 


3S 


4». 3 


"3 


■7 44 


31 


" 39 


39 


» 5" 


"4 


i^ 16 




15 4 


10 


■3 6 


^5 


13 10 


»3 


'7 47 




10 39 




8 37 


34 


'9 35 





The tinKilbr High Water IK giTCD for HeSD Time at Flaoe; if Dublin or lUQirmT Time be rcfHi 



BRITISH AND IBISH PORTS. 



APRIL, 1864. 


NORTH SHIELDS. 


LEITII. 


TIIUBSO. 




UoasiKO. 


Atteiikwih. 


ilon-viNQ. 


.\rr(iMS00s. 


Unama. 




ArrEHsoox. 


Ttafc 


adehi. 


Ttmc 


Hdglil. 


Time. [Height. 


Tioip. JHoighL. 


Time. HdgUt. j Time. 


Heigbt 






r. I. 


H. M. 












n. u. Y 




11. M. 






].'' 


10 1 


n 


10 3 


9 EO 


.2 9 


9 55|i* 


II 


3 a 9 


8 


3 5» 


9 IC 


H-J 


.. ^^ 


10 7 


— 




10 35 


13 3 




8 


4 3S^° 





5 13 


10 4 


^5*3 


o i8 


11 


50 


II 6 


n 44 


14 3 


— 




5 4fiio 


10 


6 13 




26-3 


1 i; 


11 II 


I 41 


'a 5 


11 


■+ 9 


36-5 


4 


6 361^ 


I 


6 58 


13 5 


27-3 


a 6 


13 II 


2 a8 


"3 4 


I 


IJ M 


. 23 >6 


5 


7 i7i3 


4 


7 37 


13 IC 


28.3 


» 49 


'3 8 


3 11 


14 


I 46 


16 10 


2 917 


a 


7 58' 14 




8 19 


14 ^ 


• 


3 33 


1+ 2 


3 54 


14 3 


2 3a 


'7 4 


a 5H'7 


5 


8 39 


14 


5 


8.?9 


14 3 


0-9 


4 15 


1+ a 


4 35 


14 


3 II 


'I * 


3 30;i7 


2 


9 19 


14 


1 


9 40 


13 IC 


1-9 


4 JO 


13 8 


5 '7 


'3 4 


3 50 


16 10 


4 ly^ 


5 


10 I 


13 


5 




13 c 


2*9 


5 38 


13 


5 59 


13 7 


4 3^i"5 


4 Si^5 


7 


10 43 


13 


6 


'I 5 


11 c 


3-9 


6 .5, 


la 2 


641 


11 9 


5 14'5 = 


5 .3'V+ 


8 


11 18 


II 


5.>i 5' 


10 IC 


4*9 


7 3 


11 3 


7 a; 




6 014 I 


6 2413 


6 








15 


10 j 


5"9 


7 34 


10 3 


8 36 


9 10 


(5 49,13 


7 31 12 


7 


41 


9 


11 


I 11 


9 e 


6-9 


9 " 


9 6 


9 37 


9 4 


7 5+1'^ 3 


8 29'i2 


c 


I 45 


9 


2 


3 21 


8 I 


J 


lo i; 


9 4 


JO 54 


9 5 


9 'o;ii I' 


9 48:11 




3 3 


8 




3 45 


8 IC 


8-9 


II 30 


9 7 






.02313 2 


,. 56- 


4 


4 ^3 


8 


n 


4 57 


9 


9.9 


o 3 


9 10 


34 


10 2 




12 8 


■I 5413 





5 ^9 


9 


4 


5 56 


9 9 


10-9 


1 


'o 5 


J 22 


,0 9 


— 


— 


16,3 


5 


6 18 




a 


6 38 




11-9 


I 43 




2 I 




37 


13 10 


54|i4 


3 


O55 




I 


7 10 




12-9 


1 i8 


11 9 


a 34 


12 I 


1 12 


■4 8 


1 ^9 ^^5 


I 


7 ^3 







7 37 


'a 5 


'3-9 


» 49 


'a 5 


3 5 


12 8 


I 46 


'5 5 


* ^^^ 


t 


I ^' 




8 


8 8 




14-9 


3 »■ 


11 10 


3 39 


13 


2 21 


'.? 'I 


2 3316 


1 


8 a5 


'3 


' 


8 43 







3 57 


>3 ' 


4 15 


13 > 


^55.» ^ 


3 1216 


3 


9 


'3 




9 18 




■ 6-9 


4 34 


13 


4 53 




3 ^9.« ■ 


3 4715 


11 


9 37 


'3 




9 5^5 


12 10 


17.9 


5 " 


12 9 


5 31 




4 'hi 9 


4 a6ij 


7 


10 16 




7 


1038 


12 4 


18-9 


5 53 


'a 5 


6 ic 


12 3 


4 48 15 .! 


5 lo i.> 




II J 




01' 11 a6 


II 8 


19.9 


6 39 




7 5 


lo n 


,! 34 14 " 


6 2.4 


6 


I" .54 


11 


3] - 


— 


20-9 


7 35 


11 3 


8 7 




6 3i[i+ 1 


7 a'13 


9 


23 




"! ■> .« 


10 8 


Ji"9 


843 


10 8 


9 14 


:o 6 


738.3 5 


8 .8.3 


3 


1 38 


10 


4 


3 9 


10 3 


J 


10 7 


10 6 


10 4.1 


10 8 


8 .W3 3 


9 4013 


5 


a 5' 


10 


' 


336 


ro 3 


»3-9 


EST") 6«-€ 


11^ 


8"- a"- 




&^f^ 




JSquatian of Time at Noon. 1 


K a. 






>. a. i. 




ILD. 


M. 


B, 




M.D. 


K. B. 




3 49 


Sub 




I 30 


Sub. 


'^' 





33 


Add, 


3.5 


2 13 


Add. 


3 3' 






I 14 




18 





47 




3fi 


3 31 




3 *3 






° 57 




•9 









»7 


a 31 




a J6 






43 








'3 




38 


3 41 




338 






3fi 




31 




26 




39 


3 49 




3 ai 






11 




33 




38 




30 


a 57 




a 4 






4 


Add. 


»3 




50 










» 4? 




i< 


19 




24 


3 













HofHi^WattranglTei) for Hcan Time KtFUoei if Qre«niriclic 



' Bailvaj Tfam be reqnired— fbr 



S4 










TIDE TABLES FOR THE 








MAY, 1864. 


1 


3 -fi 


BREST. 1 


DEVONPonr. 


POETSMOUTtt 


•i 


■ I3 
























■^ 




MOEKINO 




Afikbdoom. 


MaRNiNa. 


AFTSaHOO*. 


HOBVIIJO. 


AnxH 




Tlmo. 


UrtBht. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Hoight 


Time. 


Hdght. 


Time. Hdeh«. 


;;qi 






n, M, 




I. 








F. .. 






a. M. F. I. 


B. ».\ 


i- 


1 8mo 


ii 42. 


"5 


7 


— 


— ' 


35 


.3 + 


1 17 


13 


6 5>.o 8 7. J, 


M. 


^ 8 51 


f> *.5 


16 




45 


16 8 


I 55 


.3 11 


a 3a 


13 10 


8 +.. 4 8 JJ^ 


Tu, 


3 9 43 


' '5 


17 


3 


1 40 


17 IC 


3 3 


'4 9! 3 30 


14 8 


W. 


4'o S.'i 


2 5 


i8 


5 


a 30 


18 li 


3 57 


•5 3 ■ 4 23 


'5 3 


10 


,a j IC aa 


Th, 


■5(1 18 


a Si 


'9 


3 


3 "5 


.9 6 


448 


>5 7 5 " 


15 £ 


10 49 


la 91. I. 


P. 


6 oaa3 


3 3^ 


19 


6 


358 


'9 5 


5 33 


15 9 5 54 




II 3a 


la 10 II 54! 


S. 


7 1 i; 


4 20 


19 


3 


4 40 


19 


615 


'5 Sj 


6 36 


'5 a 


— 


- 


017 


i- 


8 2 ,Q 


4 59 


iS 


8 


5 19 


18 3 


654 


'5 4 


7 la 


■5 5 


39 


■a 7 


o5<J 


M. 


9 ^ a 


5 37 






5 57 


'7 5 


7 30 


14 9 


7 47 


14 10 


I 19 


la 3| 


1 39' 


T», 


3 5a 


6 18 


16 


II 


** 39 


16 3 


8 5 


14 


823 


14 a 


■58 




2 20| 


W. 


' 4 39 


659 


'5 


8 


7 aa 


'5 ^ 


8 40 


13 » 


8 58 


»3 $ 


a 40 


" * 


3 


Th. 


a j 34 


7 45 


14 


6 


8 9 


14 I 


9 18 


12 5 


9 4C 


la 8 


3 "I 


10 10 3 43 


F. 


i 6 a 


8 36 


13 


S 


9 4. 


•3 5 


10 3 


II 9 


10 3c 


11 1 


4 


10 3 4 33 


S. 


4 650 


9 37 


'3 


4 




13 4 


10 57 


11 4 


11 3a 


II 11 


5 ° 


.0 o|j3o 


». 


J 7 32 


10 +e 


13 


6 


ti i3 


'3 9 


— 


— 


S 


11 (5 


6 3 


9 'ol 6 3.5 


M. 


6 8 i^ 


u _5o 


H 








° 4, 








7 7 


10 7 38 


Tu. 


7 8 .59 




H 


6 


46 


14 11 


I 54 


la 10 


a afi 


12 It 


8 8 


■ 6;' 8 37 


W. 


8 9 45 


I la 




5 


' 35 


16 


a 53 


13 6 


3 ac 


13 7 


9 3 


II oj 


9 »7 


Til. 


9'° 34 


I 56 


16 


6 


a ifl 


17 


3 43 


14 


4 (! 


'4 3 


9 S<= 


" ^\ 


10 11 


F. 2 


on 37 


» 35 


1; 


15 


^ 55 


18 


4 29 


.4 6 


4 5 


14 9 


10 31 


la o| 


1051 


S. 1 




3 16 


18 


4 


3 37 


18 7 


5 J 


14 II 


5 3 


15 3 


II la 


la 3 


11 33 


i- 


a 22 


3 59 


18 


9 


4 20 


18 10 


5 5^ 


•5 3 


6 I 


>5 7 


" S3 


ra 6 — 


M. 


3 I 15 


4 39 


18 




4 59 


18 10 


6 34 


t5 4 


6 S-f 


15 8 


It 


la 6 38 


Tu, 


4 3 17 


5 21 


18 


8 


5 43 


18 7 


7 M 


»5 2 


7 S-l 


15 7 


55 


12 61 1 31 


W. 


5 3 15 


6 6 


18 


4 


63" 


18 


7 5f 


14 iO 


8 IS 


'5 3 


I « 


12 4,3 3 


Th, 


C 4 " 


6 56 


'7 


6 


7 "4 


17 


84 


"4 5 


9 


14 9 


a 3J 


12 2 3 5* 


F. 


; 5 5 


7 54 


16 


6 


8 24 


16 


9 3-) 


I) 10 




14 1 


3 a.! 


" 9: 3 53 


S. 


8 5 j; 


8 55 


'5 


8 


9 ai5 


•5 5 


10 2^ 


13 2 


'I 


13 7 


4 a 


11 41 4 ji 


*, 


9 6 48 


10 1 


15 


.5 


1° 37 


'5 6 


1' 3 


la 10 


— 


— 


.! » 


" °\5'y 


M. 


3^ 7 3Sl'iJ^ 


'5 




;ii 4. 


15 10 




13 5 


5 


>3 > 


« a 


10 lol 7 ( 


T. 






ifi 


16 I 


I 2 


13 9 




13 7 


7 3 


II 1, 8 ( 


"■"&■'-} 


g.. gi. 


70. gin. 


6". 41- 


rhaies of the 3Ioon. 


JtfooB'* Declination at Noon. 


D. H 


M. 


to. 


/ 


'm-d. 


, 


K.D. 


> 


N.n. 


New 6 o 


14 Morning, 


1 


"-33 


i ^ 


9N.50 


17 


69.23 


,^5 


First Quarter- 13 6 


ai Afternoon. 


2 


ax. 24 




8 34 


iS 


10 a 


26 


Full 21 I 


24 Afternoon, 


3 


7 13 




6 8 


'9 


13 57 


' 27 


Last Quarter- 28 9 


at Morning, 


4 


" 35 




3 13 




K^ .^7 


a8 






5 






9 48 




•9 7 


29 


In Perigee - - i 1 1 


Morning. 


6 


8 I 




6 


aa 


20 13 


30 


In Apogee- - 13 9 


Afternoon. 


7 


S> 43 




' 57 


a3 


30 7 


3^ 


In I'erigee- - a6 


Noon. 


8 


19 


16 


3S.14 


»4 


18 44 





!• of Higli Waur an ginnfcr Mean Time atPlxet if Qreenwich or RaUny'nine be nqa 
" -■-■ ' DFvoiroKi orfd 17 nu ' | PomKorro aJ 













BRITISH A1«D mi 


SH PORTS. 










31 


APRIL, 1864. 




£ WBSTON-BUPEB-MARE. 


HOLYHEAD- 


KINGSruWX. 


S" 




p , _ _ 








-1 




1 llouiuia. 


AjrKBHooif. 


MoRKlno. 


Afternoon. 


M0B.XlIli 




Aftkiisoon. 


WiJ 




n.,. 


UtU. 


mn». Hdsfal. 


Tlma. 


lUigM. 


Ttoa. 


Het^lt. 


Tiraf. 


Height. 


^r 


HeiElit. 






■. It 




H. «. r. 1. 




F. 1. 


II. M. 




H. K. 












I o 31 


39 1 


1 ,419 i 


4 43 


13 9 


ja8 


13 


.^ i5 


8 


II 


6 17 


9 ' 


M-3 




. .59 


30 


3 4030 .. 


6 9 


.3 4 


645 


13 9 


6 36 


9 


3 


7 3a 


9 7 


15" 3 




J 3 »o 


33 a 


3 5*33 5 


7 18 


.4 3 


746 


14 9 


8 7 


9 


10 


837 


10 a 


36-3 




■1 4 3» 


34 10 


5 -bs " 


8 13 


■5 4 


8 36 


15 10 


9 -^ 


10 


6 


9 34 


.0 9 


»7'3 




J 5 "8 


37 4 


5 55I38 3 


8 58 


16 3 


9 19 


,6 7 


9 57 







10 19 


II 3 


38-3 




' «"' 


39 » 


f» 45139 4 


9 43 


16 10 


"0 5 


17 


10 40 


J J 


5 




II 6 


• 




I ' ' 


39 7 


7 3939 8 


10 34 


■7 ' 


10 4a 


17 








II 43 


II 6 


0-9 




8 7 4939 4| 


8 938 1. 


11 1 


16 10 


II ao 


16 7 


— 




— 


° 3 


II 5 


i"9 




9 8 59 


38 3 


8 4837 5 


11 41 


16 3 


— 




03411 


3 


45 




a-9 




10 9 rt 


36 6 


9 a4'35 « 


3 


■5 " 


35 


'5 6 


I lo 


9 


I 18 


10 6 


3"9 




1 9 4; 


34 3 


9 59 J ^ "1 


47 


15 


I 10 


H 5 


1 48 


10 


3 


a 10 


9 li 


4-9 




3 lo l6 


3> 9 


10 3430 6 


1 33 


'3 11 


I 37 


13 5 


2 33 


9 


8 


3.56 


9 5 


.I -9 




J'O 5! 


'9 5 


„ 34 38_i 


3 33 


13 


2 j2 


la 7 


3 a[ 


9 


J 


3 51 


8 11 


6-9 


■1 >• 55 


»? / 




3 a« 


13 3 


4 a 


la 


4 24 


3 


8 


4 59 


8 6 


D 




J o 31 


3; 3 


I 8I37 a 


4 43 


11 11 


,S =' 




5 35 


8 


5 


6 10 


8 6 


8-9 




« ■ 47 


'7 5 


a 3337 .. 


5 57 


la 3 


6 30 


la e 


644 


8 


8 


7 ■/ 


8 10 


9.9 


■ 


7 " 58 


.8 7 


3 3839 5 


7 1 


la 9 


7.8 


13 I 


7 48 


9 





8 17 


9 3 


lo'Si 


M 


8 4 o 


30 4 


4 aSji 3 


7 50 


'3 5 


8 la 


13 10 


84a 


9 


5 


9 5 


.0 ' 


u'9 


I 


9 4 5» 


31 4 


5 '533 3 


8 30 


14 3 


8 47 


'4 7 


9 17 


9 


10 


9 46 




ia-9 


1 


K> 5 35 


34 a 


5 5t;34 ■■ 


9 3 


14 II 


9 "9 


'5 > 


10 3 




3 


10 iB 


10 ,1 


13-9 


h 


11 6 14 


!5 « 


6 33'35 .1 


9 36 


15 5 


9 .S4 


'J 7 


10 34 


10 


7 


10 51 


10 9 


14-9 




»a rt 5a 


36 4 


7 "136 8 




'5 9 




ij 10 


II 8 


lO 




II 36 









»3 7 30 


3«.. 


7 48 36 .. 


10 43 


■' 


II 


ij 10 


11 43 


10 


II 


— 


— 


16-9 


f. 


M 8 « 


36 .1 


8 34,6 8|.. .7 


..^ 9 


If 37 


15 8 


a 


10 




31 


10 9 


17-9 


. 


•5 8 4" 


3« 5 


9 J3'5 t^n 57 
9 40)34 9I ■> ■? 


'5 6 


— 


— 


40 


10 


8 


I 


10 7 


i8-9 


1 


p« 9 JO 


35 7 


'•■^ ^ 


43 


1.5 


I aa 


10 


.■; 


I 44 


10 3 


'9 "9 




17 lO 1 


33 " 


10 3a 


.3! 1 


I » 


14 8 


• 3J 


14 4 


3 8 







a 35 


9 10 


30"9 


i 


if 10 4^ 


3a 3 


IX la 


31 4 


a 4 


.4 


a 35 


13 8 


3 3 


9 


8 


3.33 


9 6 


ai'9 




»Sii 46 


30 9 


— 


— 


3 9 


'.J 5 


3 .^0 


13 3 


4 8 


9 


4 


448 


9 3 


(C 




}e 33 


30 5 


59 


30 6 


4 3a 


13 J 


5 »3 


'3 5 


516 


9 






9 3 


23-9 


'""""SS?'*'} IS"" 7"- 


gn. Qi"- 


grL gin. 1 


F- 


JEqualion of Time atNoon^ 1 


J7 


D. K. >. 




■CD. 


a. B. 




HD. 


H. 1. 




■LD. 


11 1. 






3 49 


Sol 


9 


1 30 


Sub. 


17 


ii 


Add. 


as 


3 13 


Add, 




3 3> 






I 14 




iS 


47 




36 


3 aa 






' 'J 




II 


57 




'9 


I 




*7 


a 31 






3 j6 




13 


43 




ao 


I 13 




38 


a 41 






3 38 




13 


36 




31 


I 36 




3p 


3 49 






3 31 




14 


11 




33 


138 




30 


2 57 






J 4 




■5 


4 


Ad<i. 


"3 


I s° 










t 


. 47 




16 


19 




"4 












b 


tiioeiorH^ 


jhW« 


>t«li, 




ifor 


Meanl 


rimot 


'lace; U 


Green 


»i 


hor 


[Uil 


WBJ 


Ti 


^ 


rvquir 


ed,— for 



il>^ I BOinus «rfil It m. 1 Knonon nMmKtXm.VR'O^^Ttmk. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



APRIL, 1864. 



4 14 
19 6 



7 5^ 8 

8 45! 9 

9 331 y 



28; 7 



9 

9 

6 S 10 



uSprtDgl ^ft. Qln. 



LONDOSDERRV. 



AFTBDKOO)!. 



10 46 
o 29 



3ft. iQin. 



Tlnu. jHclglit. I Timt 



i ' ' 

6 7 3' 
si 8 34 
10 9 j; 
3 !■> 3S 
>■ '■ 49 
- o 15 
° ' 35 
5* ' 3S 

«■ 3 ■; 

8! 3 50 
3: 4 31 

91 4 ,57 
i| 3 33i 
s" 6 8, 



8 58 8 
008 

I 11 7 



J 7! 8 
» Jfi; 9 

3 34! 9 

4 5'"> 

4 39;io 

5 "S," 



6 iS'ii 

7 j'lo 

7 4710 

8 3«i9 

9 40, 9 
:o Jsl 8 



5"- 7^ 



Phases of the Moon. 



iloorCi Decimation at Noon, 



t^ew ----- 6 I 49 Afternoon- 

FirstQuarter- 14 o 9 Morning. 

Full ----- 23 I 19 Morning. 

Lost Quartor - 19 4 34 Morning. 



In PcrigM - - 
Id Apogee - - 1 



1 Morning. 
) Morning. 



, 


«... 




..». 


. , 




'4 3-44 


9 


18N.51 


'7 


4N.43 




'o 45 








° 34 




6 6 


11 




'9 


3».39 




I 3 


la 


19 .B 


•IQ 


7 47 




4N. 3 


1.1 


17 44 




■I 39 




8 ,a 


14 


,, 16 


33 


•i 4 




M " 


1^ 


la 10 


33 


'7 47 




16 .p 


16 


8 37 


24 


■9 35 





38 '. 



» ibr rn^i. ffaier are given fw Mean time u Place -, if Dublin or Bailway 
- I IinnQ«siaxt«U4«- \ ** 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



83 



APRIL, 1864. 



GALWAT. 



ICoRjmra 



" 43 
o 26 



1 

3 

4 



Height. 
F. I. 



36 
30 

'9 
5 

4 48 

5 *9 

6 II 

6 52 

7 35 

8 21 

9 ^4 
10 29 

" 37 

o 14 



I 

a 

3 
3 



8 
49 

591 



4 34 

5 10 

5 47 

6 26 



9 

o 



7 
8 

8 58 

10 8 

IX 28 



3 

7 



I 
I 

2 

3 10 

4 10 



5 
5 
5 
5 



II 
9 



3 
2 



4 

3 

I II 
o 10 



o 
o 
o 



2 
2 



1 O 

I 9 

2 8 

3 4 

3 II 

4 .^ 
4 8 



4 

4 

3 

3 
2 

I 

I 



7 
3 

9 

o 

I 

7 
9 



ArrKRxooN. 



Time. 
H. M. 

I 3 



3 

4 

5 

5 
6 



5q 
4a 

a7 

9 
50 

31 



13 

58 



7 

7 

8 46 

9 45 
10 j8 



o 47 
46 

41 

17 

28 



I 
2 

3 
3 

4 
4 
5 



6 6 

6 47 

7 33 

8 28 

9 30 

10 48 



Height. 
F. I. 



3 
4 
5 



3 
4 
3 
9 



5 

5 " 
6 

9 

9 

6 

3 
5 



5 
4 

3 
2 

I 

o 

o 



QUEENSTOWN. 



MoBinsG. 



Time. 
H. H. 

II 40 

o 24 

I 44 

a 45 
39 



3 
4 
5 
5 



28 

13 
56 



I 

2 

3 
3 
4 
4 



2 
o 
8 
2 



4 8 



4 

4 

3 
2 

I 

I 



5 
o 

5 

6 

9 

7 



Jf Mean spring] ^ft. Kin. 



6 38 

7 18 

7 57 

8 36 

9 22 

10 19 

11 34 

O II 



Height. 
F. L 



I 
2 

3 
3 



22 
21 

7 

45 



4 22 
4 59 



5 
6 



37 

14 

6 52 

7 33 

8 18 

9 9 

10 10 

11 25 



9 
9 

10 

IE 
II 
12 
12 
12 
12 

II 
10 

9 

9 
8 

8 

8 

9 
9 

lO 

10 
I 
I 
I 

1 

I 

I 

10 

10 

9 
9 



4 
6 

2 
o 

9 

3 
6 

5 
o 

5 
8 

II 

3 

9 

8 

9 

I 

7 
3 

9 
3 
6 

8 

8 

5 
I 

7 
I 

8 

8 



Aftebnoon. 



Time. 
H. H. 



2 

3 
4 



4 

16 

14 
4 



4 51 

5 35 

6 17 

658 

7 37 

8 16 

8 58 

9 49 
10 s6 

o 47 



Height. 
F. IJ 



9 10 



10 
II 
12 
12 
12 
12 
II 

II 
10 

9 

9 
8 



7 



5 
6 

3 
9 

I 

3 

7 
o 



I 
2 

3 
4 



55 

45 
26 

3 



4 40 



5 
5 



18 
55 



<5 33 
7 12 

7 55 

8 42 

9 37 
10 47 



8 II 



WATEBFORD. 



MORNINO. 



Time. 

II 58 

o 37 



I 5a 
3 o 

3 57 

4 51 

5 35 

6 17 

658 

7 38 

8 16 

8 53 

9 38 
8|io 41 

" 51 
o 25 



9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

II 

II 



41 
II 



Q 

4 
8 

8 



II 7 

II 3 
10 10 

10 4 

9 10 

9 8 



5n. iQin. 



1 31 

2 31 

3 22 

4 4 

4 43 
8| 5 21 

5 57 

<5 35 
7 13 

7 53 

8 36 

9 ^3 

10 31 

11 44 



Height. 
F. L 

10 I 
10 3 



10 
II 
12 

13 

13 

13 
12 

12 
II 
10 
10 

9 

9 
9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

II 

12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
10 
10 



II 

9 
6 

o 

2 

I 



3 
8 

II 

3 
7 

4 
6 

10 

5 
o 

6 

II 

2 

4 

4 
2 

o 

7 
I 

7 



Aftebnoon. 



lO 



II 



Time. 
H. K. 

1 15 

2 27 

3 30|i2 
12 

13 

13 
12 

12 

12 
II 
10 

9 
9 



4 

5 

5 
6 

7 



24 
14 

38 

18 



7 57 

8 35 

9 13 

10 8 

11 17 



2 
2 

3 

4 

5 

5 
6 



58 

.3 
58 
44 
^3 

3 

39 
16 



Height. 
F. I. 



4 
2 

10 
I 
2 

II 

6 

o 
3 

7 
II 

5 



9 8 






54 
33 
14 



7 
8 

859 

9 53 
II 8 



10 
10 
II 
II 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
II 
II 
10 
10 



9 
3 

9 
I 

3 
4 

3 
I 

10 

4 
10 

6 






24*3 
^5*3 

26-3 

27*3 
28-3 

• 
o»9 

3-9 
4'9 
5 '9 
<5'9 
J 
8-9 

9.9 

io'9 
II-9 

12*9 

13-9 
14-9 

O 
i6»9 

17-9 
i8*9 
19-9 

20'9 
21*9 

([ 

23-9 



gft. 2^ 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



M. B. 




ILD. 


M. 8. 




X.D. 


M. 8. 




X.D. 


X, a. 


3 49 


Sub. 


9 


I 30 


Sub. 


17 


33 


Add. 


^i 


2 12 


3 31 




10 


I 14 




18 


47 




q6 


2 22 


3 13 




II 


57 




19 


I 




^7 


2 31 


2 56 




12 


42 




20 


I 13 




28 


2 41 


2 38 




13 


26 




21 


I 26 




29 


2 49 


2 21 




14 


II 




22 


I 38 




30 


a 57 


a 4 




15 


4 


Add. 


23 


I 50 








I 47 




16 


19 




24 


2 I 









Add. 



of H^ Water ire giyen for liean Hme at Place; if Dubtia or Railway Time be required,^ itr 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



MAY, 1864. 



>; 

3 


I S" 


BREST. 


DEVONPOBT. 


P0BT8M0UT1 


1 


; |« 






















1 










fe 


s 


MoitKlKfl 




ApTEHnOON. 


Moan [NO 


1 


Aj^ernoor. 


MoRKUfO. 


AlTE 




TtaP. 


HcleiitJ 


•Rnie. 


HeiBhl. 


Time. 


a«,gM.! 


Timo. 


Hdght. 


■nmo. 


Height. 


HUM. 






U. M. 














■■ 






B. H. 


F. 




B. >. 


»■ 


1 8mo 


11 43 


'■i 


7 


— 





35 


'3 


+ 


I 17 


13 


65a 


10 


8 


7 »S 


M. 


3 8 51 


° 15 


16 




45 


16 8 


' 5f 


13 


u! 


^3> 


13 10 


8 4 


" 


4 


8 36 


Tu, 


3 9 43 


1 1517 


3 


1 40 


1; 10 


3 3 


'4 


9 


3 3- 


14 8 


9 7 







9 3^ 


W. 


410 .?,^ 


2 5 


18 


5 


2 30 


18 li 


3 57 


'5 


3 


4 a3 


15 3 





13 


5 


10 it 


1-h, 


5U .8 


» 53 


'9 


3 


3 15 


.9 6 


448 


'.5 


7 


5 " 


'5 8 


49 


13 


9!'! " 


F. 


b oaaa 


3 36 


19 


6 


358 


'9 5 


5 S3 


>5 


9 


5 54 


15 9 


I 3* 


la 


10 


II 5^ 


S. 


7 ' '7 


4 ao 


.9 


3 


4 40 


19 


<5i5 


15 


8 


6 36 


'5 8 




- 






»- 


8 3 ic 


4 59 


.8 


8 


5 '9 


.8 3 


654 


15 


4 


7 la 


'5 5 


39 


la 


; 


5S 


M. 


9 3 a 


5 37 


•7 




5 57 


17 5 


7 30 


14 


9 


7 47 


14 10 


I ig 




3 


I 3S 


Tu. 


3 ,i2 


6 18 


16 




6 39 


.6 3 


8 5 


'4 




8a3 


14 a 


• 58 


II 






W. 


' 4 39 


•5 59 


^5 


S 


I " 


ij • 


840 


'3 


a 


8 53 


13 S 


a 40 


II 


'4 


3 


Til. 


1 ., 24 


7 45 


'4 


6 


8 9 


.4 1 


9 i8 




5 


9 40 


13 8 


3 ai 




10 


3 43 


F. 


3 6 8 


3 36 


'3 


8 


9 4 


'3 5 


10 3 


II 


9 


10 30 


la I 


4 « 


10 


5 


4 33 


S. 


4 a 5° 


9 37 


'3 


4 


JO 11 


13 4 


10 57 


^i 


4 


II 3» 


II 11 


5 <= 


10 




5 3fl 


*■ 


^ 7 33 


.0 4^ 


'3 


6 


ri 18 


13 9 


— 






9 


II d 


6 3 


9 


10 


63.1 


M. 






14 








45 




a 






7 7 






7 58 


Tu. 


7 8 .'59 


ao 


14 


6 


4fi 


14 II 


« 54 


la 


10 


J a6 


la ic 


8 8 


JO 


6 


83; 


"VV. 


3 9 45 


1 13 


'5 


5 


I 35 


i6 


a Si 


'3 


6 


3 ao 


>3 7 


9 3 


II 





9 a; 


Th, 


910 34 


I 56 


16 


6 


3 .6 


17 


3 43 


'4 





4 fi 


'4 3 


9 5-= 


II 


7 


10 11 


F. 


on 7; 


2 35 


17 


6 


^55 


18 


4 29 


'4 


6 


4 5 


14 9 


10 3 


la 




10 51 


S. 




3 16 


18 


4 


3 37 


18 7 


5 I 


14 


II 


5 31 


J5 3 


II la 


la 


3 


II 33 


»■ 


a aa 


3 59 


18 


9 


4 ao 


18 lO 


,1 52 


15 


3 


613 


'5 7 


" 5b 


la 


6 


— 


M. 


3 I 19 


4 39 


18 




4 59 


t8 10 


6 3^ 


'5 


4 


651 


'5 8 


}(. 


la 


6 




Tu 


4 2 17 


5 ^' 


18 


8 


5 43 


18 7 


7 M 


15 


a 


7 a-i 


'5 7 


5S 


la 


6 


°21 


W. 


5 3 1.1 


6 6 


18 


4 


6 31 


18 


7 St 


14 


10 


8 IS 


15 3 


I 44 


la 


4 


" ? 


Th. 


t 4 I 


6sC 


J7 


6 


7 24 


.7 


8 4 


14 


5 


9 


14 9 


3 33 


la 




■ .s» 


F. 


A -^ ■ 


7 5^ 


16 


6 


8 34 


16 c 


9 3-) 


13 


10 




14 1 


3 2-! 


" 


9 


3 53 


S. 


i8 5 5 


8 5. 


'5 


8 


9 36 


■5 . 


10 aj 


"3 


* 


" 


'3 7 


4 a 


II 


4 


4 5' 


jS^. 


9 6 48110 


'5 


5 


:io 37 


15 <^ 


II 3 


la 


10 


— 


— 


.? a 


II 





J5< 


M. 


,0 7 331' i 


15 


7 


11 45 


1.1 Jc 


I 


13 


5 


5 


"3 ' 


6 a 




10 


7 < 


T. 


U 8 3Q — 






iti 


16 


I a 


13 


9 




'3 7 


7 3 


II 


' 


8 < 


Half Moan BpHugl 
ItaJigp, J 


9^. e-"- 


7"- 9'- 


6 


It. 4i«. 


PAOMJI of III 


Moon. 




D. H 


u. 


11.D. 





f 


'm.d. 




it.a 





, 


M-ftJ 


New 6 o 


14 Morning. 


I 


as. 


33 


1 9 


9N.50 


'7 


6s 


23 


"5 


First Quarter- 13 6 


31 Afternoon. 


3 


2S 


■»4 


' 10 


I ^i 


18 





ai 


26! 


Full 21 1 


34 Afternoon. 


3 


7 


13 




6 8 


'9 


3 


57 


"7l 


Last Quarter - a8 9 


11 Morning, 


4 




35 




3 13 




6 


57 


»»l 






5 


5 


16 


■3 


9 48 


ai 


9 


7 


=9! 


In Perigee - - i 1 1 


Morning. 


6 


8 


J 


14 


6 


aa 




13 


30 


In Apogee- - 13 9 


Ariornoon. 


7 


9 


43 


If 


I 57 


23 





7 


3' 


In Perigee ■ - 26 


Noon. 


8 




19 


|.. 


aa.14 


34 


8 


44 





llw tfaiiM of Hlg^ W*t«T an giren fof- U(an Time at PUeej if OrMDTich or Itailwajr Tine ha teqw 
Bkut add 18 m. I IlxTQnovt oKU IT m. | PonaKOura adt 



BBITISH AND IRISH FORTS. 



Sfi 







MAY, 1864. 






DOVER. 


SHEERNESS. 


LONDON. 


^5 


^lORSriKO. 


Attbbxoov. 


MORKIKO 


• 


Aftbrnoov. 


MOBNIKO. 


Afterkoon. 


ima. 


Hflight. 


Time. 


Heiglit. 


Time. 


1 

Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




M. 


F. 


t. 


H. X. 


F. 


I. 


H. H. 


F. 


1.1 

1 


H. X. 


f. 


1. 


H. X 


F. 


L 


H. X 


F. I. 


D 


»9ij 


; 7 


65s 


16 





8 5 


13 


I 

9 


8 44 


H 





9 31 


i6 


7 


10 9 


16 9|24-9 


BO it 


; 6 


8 1 


17 





9 20 


H 


4 


9 5a 


14 


9 


10 46 


'7 





II 20 


n 3 


«5-9. 


30 


I) 


' 5 


8 57 


17 


10 


10 21 


^5 


I 


10 49 


15 


5 


II 50 


17 


7 


^- 


— 


26*9 


»3 


18 


\ 2 


9 50 


18 


6 


II 14 


15 


8 


II 38 


15 


II 


18 


17 


II 


44 


18 3 


ay.p 


16 


i£ 


f 9 


10 40 


18 


11 


— 




- 


3 


16 


2 


I 9 


18 


7 


I 34 


18 10 


28*9 


3 


18 


t II 


II 27 


18 


II 


26 


16 


3 


48 


16 


4 


I 58 


19 


I 


2 18 


19 3 


•- 


50 


lE 


1 10 


— 


- 


— 


^ 9 


16 


5 


I 30 


16 


4 


2 40 


19 


4 


3 


19 4 


1-5 


13 


i£ 


1 8 


34 


18 


5 


I 51 


16 


2 


2 11 


16 





3 ^2 


19 


3 


3 40 


19 2 


*.i 


5^ 


i£ 


1 2 


I 17 


17 


10 


2 30 


15 


10 


2 49 


15 


8 


4 


'2 





4 20 


18 9 


3-5 


38 


i; 


r 6 


2 


17 


2 


3 8 


15 


4 


3 a? 


15 


1 


4 39 


18 


6 


4 59 


18 2 


4-5 


21 


16 9i 


2 42 


16 


3 


3 48 


H 


9 


4 9 


14 


5 


5 ^0 


17 


II 


5 38 


17 6 


5-5 


3 


^J 


; 10 


3 »4 


15 


.•^ 


4 30 


'4 


I 


4 53 


13 


9 


5 59 


17 


2 


6 22 


16 10 


<5*5 


47 


I^ 

V 


; I 


4 12 


14 


8 


5 17 


13 


5 


5 43 


13 


3 


6 45 


16 


6 


7 la 


16 3 


J 


37 


H 4 


5 5 


14 


2 


6 12 


13 





<5 43 


12 


10 


7 37 


16 





8 7 


15 Jfo 


8-5 


34 


14 I 


6 3 


14 


2 


7 17 


12 


10 


7 53 


12 


II 


8 43 


15 


8 


9 18 


15 8 


9-5 


33 


»4 5 


7 3 


14 


9 


8 27 


13 





8 58 


13 


3 


9 51 


15 


8 


10 22 


15 ic 


»«'5 


34 


ij 


; a 


8 2 


15 


(5 


9 28 


13 


6 


9 57 


13 


9 


10 j6 


16 




1 


II 26 


16 3 


"•5 


a? 




; II 


8 50 


16 


4 


10 22 


14 


1 


10 46 


14 


4 


" 54 


16 


6 


— 


— 


14-5 


13 


16 9 


9 35 


17 


I 


II 9 


14 


8 


II 29 


14 


II 


17 


16 


9 


38 


17 I 


i3«5' 


• 56 


'J 


' 5 


10 19 


17 


9 


II 49 


'5 


2 


— 




■■ 


59 


17 


5 


I 20 


17 9 


14-5 


. 41 


i£ 


t 


II 4 


18 


3 


8 


15 


4 


28 


15 


7 


I 41 


18 





2 2 


18 4 





28 


18 


> 4 


II 50 


18 


6 


49 


15 


9 


I 10 


15 


II 


2 20 


18 


7 


2 40 


18 9 


16.J 


— 




— . 


12 


18 


7 


I 31 


16 





I 51 


16 





2 58 


18 


11 


3 19 


19 c 


i7«5 


> 34 


18 


> 7 


58 


18 


6 


2 10 


16 





2 30 


15 


II 


3 39 


19 


1 


4 


19 1 


i8-5 


: ^3 


'8 51 


I 47 


18 


3 


* 51 


15 


10 


3 13 


15 


9 


4 22 


19 





4 45 


18 II 


195 


y 12 


18 


1 


2 38 


n 


8 


3 36 


15 


7 


4 I 


15 


4 


5 <5 


18 


9 


5 31 


18 6 


30.5 


i 5 


13 


' 4 


3 33 


n 





4 ^7 


15 


I 


4 54 


H 


9 


5 57 


18 


3 


6 24 


iS 


ai-5 


1- a 


16 8 


4 30 


i6 


3 


5 M 


14 


6 


5 57 


H 


4 


<5 54 


17 


9 


7 26 


^7 5 


([ 


^57 


^5 


; II 


5 a<5 


^5 


10 


6 31 


14 


I 


7 5 


13 


II 


7 59 


17 


3 


8 3a 


17 I 


»3-5 


> 5^ 


li 


; 9 


6 26 


15 


II 


7 4a 


H 





8 19 


H 


J 


9 7 


17 





9 43 


16 II 


H.5 


5 58 


16 a 


7 31 


16 


6 


851 


14 


3 


9 *3 


H 


6 


10 18 


17 





10 49 


17 I 


»5'5 


Mn Spring > Qft. ^in. 


gft. Qtn. 




n't. ytn. 


Equation of Time at Noon. 


X. B. 




JLD. 


M. ..1 


1 


1CI>. 


X. 


8. 




X.D. 


X. s. 




3 5 


Add. 


9 


3 45 


Add. 1 


17 


3 49 


Add. 


^5 


3 19 


Add. 


3 la 




10 


3 48 






18 


3 


47 




26 


3 13 




3 18 




II 


3 49 






^9 


3 45 




^7 


3 6 




3 ^4 




12 


3 51 






20 


3 


42 




28 


a 59 




3 30 




13 


3 5» 






21 


3 


38 




29 


a 51 




3 34 




14 


3 5a 






22 


3 


34 




30 


a 43 




3 38 




15 


3 5a 






^3 


3 


30 




31 


a 34 




3 4a 




16 


3 51 






24 


3 


^4 






« 





ofHigliWatararegiTenforMeAaTiineatPlaoei if Greenwich or Bailwaj Time be reqaired,—fbr 
DotxemMtm^I^ m* I . Bbmmbmwu 9ubtraei \m, .| Iaxik»%^« 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



MAY, 1864. 




i 


4 


5 1 


HAKWICH. 


HULL. 


SrXDEELASa 




1 


\ 


-.^ 


UoKvisQ. ArrEEsroos. 

1 


Moexixo. Armxoos. 


UoKxnrc 
















TiOM. 'dciebi-l Tinu. 'H«i^. 


Time aiiclit. Imic. Hc^it 


■n». 'ed^u- Tic* 


N 














a. «. F. LB. «.Lr. 






». 




*■ 


J 


8m 


7 "3''o » 7 5>io 


4 


I 4117 4 1 1717 


S 


I 10 ri n II 4^ 


a 




If. 


2 


8 5« 


8 27,0 6 8 59|.o 


9 


1 4918 2 3 adiS 


IC 


- - oil 


11 




Ta 


3 


9 43 


9 =8,1' ° 5 57,>i 




3 4919 4 4 18J19 


It 


39|«J • B 


'3 




W. 


■4 


•o 35 


10 25,11 510 5011 


7 


4 43,10 3.5 ffio 


e 


I 35;'3 9' " » 


4 




Tt 


5 


ti 18 


>i ijiii 9," 39,i> 


10 


5 3HO II; 5 55^1 


I 


3 3714 3 a 51 


H 




F, 


C 


oa23 




— III 


IC 


6 1811 3. 6 4031 


3 


3 i3;i4 6 3 ji 


14 




S. 


7 


' «7 


oT* 


...0 o«„ 


9 


7 Y' "''H" 


< 


3 53 


'4 7 [ 4 H 


4 




*■ 


8 


2 10 


I J 


,. S , >6„ 


C 


7 45'2o.oiiB 3.0 


7 


4 34 


'4 j' 4 S3 


'4 




M. 


S 


3 a 


J 45 


"' 4, » J 


II 




8 23 20 3, 8 43,19 


s 


5 13 


13 to S S3 


ij 




Ta 




3 5^ 


1 25 


•° "f « 45 


10 




9 ','9 4'| 9 «5 


18 




5 S3 


'3 1 ; 6 IS 


» 




W. 


II 


4 39 


3 7 


■0 /!| 3 i"? 


10 




9 4 


i» 3,10 J 


'7 


It 


6 38 


12 4 7 1 


IB 




Th 




5 ^4 


3 47 


10 3 


4 8 








?i7 41055 


16 




7 35 


II 9 7 4! 






F.- 


13 


fi g 


4 30 


9,0 


4 55 


9 


8 


II 2 


M6 7.156 


id 


3 


815 


.. 38 44 


II 




S. 


M 


650 


5 21 


9 7 


5 5° 


9 


6 


— 


— 


38 


■6 


■0 


9 14 


1010,94a 


IS 




*■ 


i; 


/ 3» 


6 23 


9 S 


7 


9 




1 


="5 I'l 


.3.15 


11 


10 32 


10 91033 


10 




M 


iC 


8 1^ 


7 35 


9 8 


8 6 


9 


IC 


2 


16 I 


3 29;. 6 


5 


1 1 23 


11 on 50 


it 




Tu 


I'l 


8 59 


8 3.5 


9 " 


9 3 




2 


« 5 


716 11 


3 a5,'7 


5 





— ! ifi 


11 




\f. 


18 


9 45 


9 »9 


10 4 


9 55 


10 


6 


3 5 


17 10 


4 1518 


3 


(J 41 


II II I 5 


u 




Th 


'9 




10 19 


10 9 


10 40 


10 


11 


4 3 


9 18 9! 


4 57|>9 

5 361'9 


I 


I 38 


11 ;1; I 51 






F. 


20 


11 17 


II 




II ai 


ti 


3 


5 ' 


-19 5 


9 


2 13 


13 "|, a 33 


13 




S. 


21 


mom. 


II 41 


II 4 


— 




- 


5 5 


-20 


6 1920 


3 


a 53 


13 7j, 3 13 


II 




* 


22 


22 


2 


II ^ 


23 




C 


6 4i;2o .i 


7 320 


7 


3 33 


H 3 54 


■4 




M. 


^3 


I 19 


44 


II 6 


I 4 




<5 


7 23 20 8n 7 44;2o 


8 


4 14 


'4 3! 4 33 


14 




Tu 


»4 




1 24 


" 5 


■44 




4 


8 320 8 8 2520 


7 


4 53 


'4 3;i 5 15 


^ 




W. 




3 i; 


a 7 


11 3 


2 31 




3 


8 48,20 5 


9 1 3 20 


I 


5 39 


13 ii| 6 3 


i| 




Til. 


2? 


4 I' 


2 55 


II I 


3 19 






9 37 "9 9 


M 3 Is 


4 


639 


13 5\- 6 57 


13 




F. 


2; 


5 5 


3 44 


10 10 


4 10 


10 


8 


10 30,19 




7 


7 36 


13 II 


7 S6 


M 




S. 


28 


5 57 


438 


10 6 


5 <o 


10 


5 


II 38,18 3 


"_| _ 




8 39 


'» 5 


9 J 


11 




«- 


29 


6 48 


5 4' 


10 4 


6.3 


10 


4 


16J18 


50.7 


9 


9 3fi 


13 I 


10 13 


M 




M. 


JO 


738 


6 49 


10 4 


7 27 


10 


5 


I 23 17 9 


' 54 '7 




10 46 


13 1 


11 Its 


U 




Tu 


3' 


8 29 


7 59 


10 6 


8 30 


10 


7 


2 23;,8 . 


2 5» 18 


5 


I' 45 


'> 5 








«^K."^} 5'*'9'" 


lO"- 5'"- 


ya. 2^ 




Pktuet of the Moon, 


Moort'i Declination at .Voou. 


D. H. M. 




■.». 


= ' lk» 







nn. 


• l'«. J 


H 


New - - - 6 o 14 Morning 




I 


3 6-33 1 9 


19X. 


50 


17 


6s. 23,25! 


(5s. rt 


FirstQuorter- 13 6 2 1 Afternoon. 




2N.a4 10 


18 


S4 


18 I 




3"^) 


> d 


Full - - - 21 I 24 Afternoon. 


3 


7 13 


II 


16 


8 


19 


i 17 


37 


S ^ 


Lost Quarter- 28 9 21 Morning 




4 


13 3.'; 


13 


13 


13 




6 57 


38 


3 « 






5 


t.5 16 


13 


9 


43 


21 


9 7 


29 


15.1: 


lo Perigee - i 11 Morning 




6 




'4 


6 




33 2 


13 


30 


5 S 


In Apogeo - 13 9 Afternoon. 


7 


'9 43 


'5 


1 


17 


33 a 


7 


3' 


t 


In Perigee - 26 Noon. 




8 


20 19 16 


3 8. 


•4 


34 


a 44 







The timesof lUghWateraregiTeaforHcuiTiiiieatPlkMiif QreenwlciiarlUihraTTimebeKfainV 



BBITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



87 



MAY, 1864. 


• NORTH SHIELDS. 


LEITH. 


THURSO. 


• 

n S 
5 


KOBKIHG 


^• 


Aftebkoon. 


MORNIKQ. 


Afternoon. 


MORNINO. 


Afternoon. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


» 


B. X. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


n. X 


F 


. I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


D. 


11 22 


10 


II 


II 56 


JX 3 


10 16 


13 7 


10 4S 


M3 II 


4 15 


10 5 


4 50 


10 5 


^24-9 







— 


25 


II 7 


II 18 


14 3 


II 4^ 


>I4 8 


5 20 


10 II 


1^? 


" 4|25'9 1 


o 52 


II 


II 


I 18 


12 2 


— 


-— 


\i 


H5 


6 13 


II 9 


<5 35 


la ^ 


26»9 


I 42 


12 


6 


2 6 


12 10 


36 


15 5 


I ] 


I 15 10 


6 57 


12 8 


7 18 


13 I 


27-9 


» 30 


13 


I 


» 51 


13 3 


I 26 


10 2 


I 4S 


)'i^^ 5 


7 38 


13 5 


I ^5 


13 J 


28*9 


3 la 


13 


5 


3 3i 


13 ^ 


2 JO 


16 7 


2 31 


16 8 


8 19 


13 8 


8 39 


13 ^ 


• 


3 54 


13 


5 


4 i5 


13 4 


» 51 


16 7 


3 II 


i<5 5 


9 


n 


1 4 


9 21 


13 a| 1*5 1 


4 36 


13 


2 


4 56 


12 TO 


3 31 


16 2 


3 5c 


>i5 IP 


9 40 


12 10 


10 I 


12 t 


>'5 


5 17 


12 


6 


5 37 


12 3 


4 " 


15 6 


4 32 


15 3 


10 22 


12 2 


10 43 


11 s 


3-5 


5 57 


12 





19 


II 8 


4 5- 


14 II 


5 M 


•14 7 


II 6 


I] 


^ 5 


II 28 


II c 


4-5 


6 41 


II 


4 


7 2 


II 


5 36 


14 2 


5 59 


>i3 9 


" 51 


10 7 


— 


— 


5-5 


7 a? 


10 


8 


7 53 


10 3 


6 23 


13 5 


6 48 


13 


16 


10 3 


41 


9 II 


6-5 


8 21 


9 


11 


8 52 


9 9 


7 16 


[2 9 


7 47 


12 6 


I 7 


5 


) 8 


I 37 


9 5 


5 


9 ^5 


9 


8 


10 I 


9 7 


8 18 


12 4 


853 


12 3 


2 9 


S 


> 3 


2 45 


9 2 


8-5 


10 34 


9 


8 


" 5 


9 10 


9 28 


12 4 


10 


12 5 


3 23 


$ 


) 2 


358 


9 3 


9'S 


II 3<5 


JO 


I 


— 


— 


10 29 


12 7 


10 56 


12 lol 


4 29 


9 


> 5 


4 58 


9 7 


10-5 


3 


10 


4 


30 


10 7 


II 23 


13 2 


II 48 


13 5 


5 25 


S) 


> 9 


5 50 


10 I 


"*5 


54 


10 


10 


I 16 


II I 


— 





10 


13 9 


6 12 


10 


► 6 


6 32 


10 ij 


13-5 


I 37 


ir 


4 


i 57 


II 7 


31 


14 2 


51 


14 6 


6 50 


II 


4 


7 7 


11 9 


^Z'5 


2 16 


II 


II 


a 35 


12 3 


I II 


14 II 


I 31 


15 3 


7 23 


12 


2 


7 41 


T2 6 


'4-5 


* 54 


12 


6 


3 13 


12 9 


I 51 


15 7 


2 11 


15 10 


8 


12 


10 


8 20 


13 





3 34 


12 


II 


3 SS 


13 


2 32 


16 


2 52 


16 I 


8 40 


13 


I 


9 


13 I 


16-5 


4 15 


13 


I 


4 35 


13 I 


3 II 


10 2 


3 31 


16 J 


9 20 


13 


I 


9 40 


13 


17-5 


4 5<5 


12 


11 


5 19 


12 9 


3 51 


16 


4 13 


15 ^0 


10 3 


12 


10 


10 27 


12 8 


•8-5 


5 43 


12 


8 


6 7 


12 6 


4 37 


15 8 


5 I 


15 6 


10 j2 


12 


5 


II 19 


12 J 


^9' 5 


6 32 


12 


4 


<5 59 


12 I 


5 ^7 


'^ t 


5 55 


15 


II 47 


II 


10 


— 





20*5 


7 28 


II 


10 


8 


II 6 


6 25 


14 8 


^^^ 


14 4 


16 


II 


6 


47 


11 3 


"•5 


8 35 


II 


2 


9 " 


II 


7 30 


14 I 


8 5 


13 10 


I 21 


II 





I 56 


10 9 


(f 


9 47 


10 


II 


10 2j 


II 


8 41 


13 9 


9 18 


13 8 


2 31 


10 


8 


3 12 


10 7 


n'5 


10 58 


II 


1 


II 29 


II 3 


9 53 


13 9 


10 23 


13 II 


3 50 


10 


7 


4 22 


10 8 


M'S 


^^ 59 


II 


5 


~ 1 


^~™ 


10 52 


14 I 


[I 20 


14 3 


4 S3 


10 


9 


5 22 


10 II 


25 '5 


Mean Spring' 
Range, j 


gft. gin. 


gft. 2in- 


gft. 7in. 1 


Equation of Time at Noon* 1 


V. & 






M.D. 


M. 8. 




XD. 


X s. 




X.D. 


X 8. 




3 5 


Add 


9 


3 45 


Add. 


17 


3 49 


Add. 


^5 


3 19 •- 


A.dd. 


3 la 






10 


3 48 




18 


3 47 




26 


3 13 




3 18 






II 


3 49 




19 


3 45 




27 


3 6 




3 H 






12 


3 51 




20 


3 42 




28 


2 59 




3 30 






13 


3 52 




21 


3 38 




29 


2 51 




3 34 






14 


3 5* 




22 


3 34 




30 


2 43 




3 38 




15 


3 5a 




23 


3 30 




31 


a 34 




3 4a 




16 


3 51 




24 


3 24 











88 of High Water are given fi>r Mean Time at Place ; if Greenwich ot Railway Time be reqoired^te 
fioxrRSsxMSJmadd^m, I Luth odd 18 m* | TsuiMadd\4tGu 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



, Aftkbkook. 



,4816 s 



4 »5'! 

s 



Tu, 

w. 

Th. 
F. 

s. 

» 

M. 

Tu, 

W. ■ 

Th. »3] : 

F. 

8. 

» 

Tu. il 
W. id S 
Th, JO s 



«5« 
7 3?" 



Phages of the Moon, 



Atteiuiooii. 



POBTSMOUTB 



UoKKUo. Atte; 



Tllno. Heisht. | 



» .95 I, 
3 35 I, 



9 48"' 
3 361; 



8 401 

9 41 1 



1 39! 1 

. idi 

3 37 " 



4 411 

5 31 

6 33' 

7 3S( 
S 41' 
9 3^ 

> ■;, 



8 391. 

9 =31, 



o 48;i3 

a 413 



4 38. 



7 4« 



7"- 9"' 



6». 41- 



Moon't Declination at JVbon. 



D. n, u. 

New 4 II 40 Morning. 

First Qoflrter- 12 11 4B Morning. 
Full ----- ip 10 54 Afternoon. 
Last Quarter- s6 3 15 Afternoon, 

laApogee - - to 3 o Afternoon. 
Li Perigee- - ai r o Afternoon, 



KT. 





, 


HIT! 


/ 


I 


l+N 


',1 


9 


UN, 3 


3 


"7 


"4 




7 aa 


3 
4 


19 


16 

IS 


I'a 


3 24 1 

OB. 43 


.S 


ao 


9 


i,=i 


4 .v: 




'9 


;i 


'4 


8 j3 


7 


'7 


,? 


IS 


" 35 




14 


ao 




.5 5o| 






. 


i8f 


.33 


19 


16 1 


2U 


■9 


19 


34 


'1 


'.3 


1.3 


S4 


9 


44 


5 


' 



BRITISH AND IBISH POETS. 



MAY, 1864. 




rON-SUPEB-MARE. 


HOLYHEAD. 


KING STOW K. 


-5 5 
















r««. 


.AXTUtHOOK. 


MORSISO. 


AfTBRMOOK. 


MOBNIN 


■ 


Aptibkook. 




SDiiAt. 


Time. 


Hoigbt. 


Time. 


Height, 


Time. 


Hdght. 




Time. 


aeight. 


Time. 


Heighl 






r. 1. 


U. M. 










H. H. 










B. a. 


V. I. 






o X J 


2 16 


3' 


6 


5 50 


13 8 


6 33 


14 


637 


9 


5 


7 10 


9 8 


34-9 




■2. 4, 


3 >6 


33 


3 


6 5a 


14 4 


7 ao 


1+ 8 


7 40 


9 




8 iJ 




35-9 




+ 3 


4 33 


3j 




7 47 


15 ' 


8 11 


15 5 


8 40 


10 


4 


9 8 


10 c 


36-9 




5 


5 31 


3-5 


8 


83-^ 


'5 8 


8 59 


15 1" 


9 34 


10 


8 


9 59 


10 la 


a7-9 




7 3 


6a3 


37 


6 


9 aa 


16 I 


9 43 


,6 3 


10 30 


11 





10 41 


li J 


38-9 




7 7 


7 8 


37 


7 


10 4 


.6 3 


10 24 


16 a 


11 I 


>i 


3 


II aa 


11 


• 




7 <y 


7 50 


J7 


3 


10 43 


16 1 


II a 


15 " 


11 43 


" 


° 


— 


— 


1-5 




6 s) 8 28 


3(5 


a 


II 31 


'5 9 


II 43 


15 5 


4 


10 


10 


34 


10 5 


35 




J 7 9 i 


34 


II 







3 


15 I 


45 


10 


7 


I 6 


'o . 


3-5 




4- I 1 9 41 


33 


a 


34 


14 9 


47 


'4 5 


1 26 


10 


I 


I 48 


9 i 


4-5 




a a 


10 15 


31 


5 




14 


I 33 


13 8 


3 to 


9 


8 


3 33 


9 


i'^ 




to 6 


10 54 


39 


9 


' 5' 


'3 4 


a 21 


13 


3 56 


9 


4 


3 30 


? ' 


6-5 




19 


" 45 


2S 


6 


a 48 


la 9 


3 iS 


13 (5 


3 46 


9 




4 17 


8 ic 


]) 






16 


aS 


I 


3 5° 


12 4 


4 26 


13 3 


4 48 


8 


9 


5 30 


8 8 


8-5^ 




aS 


I 31 


18 


a 


5 J 


la 4 


5 33 


12 G 


5 53 


8 


8 


6 31 


8 s 


9-5' 




laS 6 


2 aj 


39 


c 


6 3 


la 9 


6 30 


la 11 


6 jo 


8 


•• 


^ '^ 


9 


to-s 




lap 8 


3 37 


30 


5 


657 


13 3 


7 31 


13 6 


I ■'■5 


9 


3 


8 II 


9 6 


"'5 




13* a 


4 34 


33 




7 45 


i3 10 


8 7 


14 a 


8 3? 


9 


8 


9 ' 


9 IQ 


13-5 




ilaa II 




J3 


9 


8 a? 


'4 5 


8 46 


'4 9 


9 34 


10 





9 45 


10 a 


13*5 




5^4 6 


6 1 


35 


a 


9 5 


'5 


9 ^4 


'5 3 


10 4 


10 


4 


10 23 


lo e 


M-5 




■v'^i s 


6 46 


36 


a 


9 44 


15 6 


'° 5 


15 8 


10 41 


10 


8 


11 2 


10 9 







836 7 


7 39 


3^ 


11 


10 aj 


15 9 


'o 43 


15 10 


(1 33 


10 


10 


I' 43 


10 10 


16.5 




■9 


37 ° 


8 9 


37 


□ 




15 10 


II ao 


15 9 








4 




T^ 




10 


36 10 


85' 


36 


8 


11 44 


'5 8 


— 




34 


10 


9 


47 


10 8 


,8-j 




13 


36 4 


9 35 


35 


10 


9 


'5 7 


34 


'5 4 


I 11 


10 


; 


1 36 


10 ; 


•9"5 




57 


iS » 


10 19 


34 


5 




15 > 


I 29 


14 10 


a 1 


10 


4 


a 39 


10 a 


10-5 




+> 


33 8 


11 9 


J3 


11 


' 58 


14 7 


3 a8 


>4 3 


3 57 


10 





3 37 


9 ic 


»'\5 




37 


3a a 






— 


3 3 


14 


3 37 


13 10 


4 


9 


9 


4 3rt 


9 7 


« 




6 


3« B 


39 


3 


5 


4 la 


13 9 


4 5' 


'3 9 


5 10 


9 


6 


5 43 


9 5 


*3'5 




13 


31 5 


i4'5 


31 


7 


5 >« 


13 10 


5 50 


14 


6 14 


9 


»S 


644 


9 8 


34*5 






31 IQ 


3 54 


33 


4 


6 a6 


14 3 


654 


14 4 


7 13 


9 


9 


7 43 


9 " 


'5 '5 




BprtogJ Igft. 7I1.. 


Qfi. 0- 




6»^6i' 






Equation of Time at Noon. 




^ 




X-Tl. 


M, B. 




M.D. 


M. ■, 




MJ>, 








$ 


Add. 


9 


3 45 


Add. 


17 


3 49 


Add. 


35 


3 19 


Add. 










3 48 




i3 


3 47 




a6 


3 13 






18 




11 


3 49 




'9 


3 45 




H 


3 e 






^4 




12 


3 51 




30 


3 43 




aS 


» 59 






30 




"3 


3 53 




21 


3 38 




39 


3 51 






34 




14 


3 53 




aa 


3 34 




30 


3 43 






38 




15 


3 53 




33 


3 30 




31 


3 34 






4* 




16 


3 5' 




34 


3 34 













Ilgb TVaier ue pTen for Heui Tiine »t PUm ; if GreoHrlch ot lUlIwsy Time be required,— fiir 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



MAY, 1864. 



MoBHiHQ. AfTEBKOOS. 



9 

9 58 9 
o 40 9 



3 59 
9 4,5 



LONDONDERKT. 



MoBNisa. AtTEBNOO!!. 



MoamNO. Aitb 



9 a 50 
+ f 

53 



5 5' 
61s 
7 ■< 



3"- 10'"- 



5"- 7™- 



PAmm of the Moon. 



Moon' 


Declination at Noon 




. , 


H.D. 


• ' I'.D 


. , 


■U.J 


3 8.33 


9 


■ ,».,o 


■7 


f)S.a3 


"' 


»N.H 


10 


lb 14 




10 31 




7 "3 


II 


16 8 


19 


'3 57 


37 


11 35 


la 


■3 13 


ao 


■« 57 




.5 ,6 


1.1 


9 4» 


31 


'9 7 


39 




'4 




aa 


ao 13 


30 


■9 43 


'S 


■ 57 


33 


ao 7 


31 


ao 19 




a 14 


34 


18 4+ 





D. D. M. 

New ----- 6 014 Morning. 

First Quarter- 13 6 ai Afternoon, 

Full •->-'2i I 24 Aft«mooa. 

Last Quarter- 28 9 zi Moiiiing. 

In Perigee - - in o Morning. 

In Apogee - - 13 9 Afternoou. 

In Perigee - - if> o o Noon. 



7*« iZmtw for Higli VV.Tcr are given for Mean Time at Place ; if Dublin orHailwayTime be reqii 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



41 



MAY, 1864. 



GALWAT. 



HoBHurow 



Time. 



O 

1 

3 

4 
5 

5 
6 

7 
7 



6 

lO 

4 
5^1 
44 

10 

51 
31 
13 
57 



8 45 

9 38 

(o 42 

II 49 
o 30 



I 

2 

3 

4 



^5 

3 

4^ 
26 



4 49 

5 ^9 

6 13 

7 I 

7 53 

8 52 

9 57 

61 



II 



o 43 



Hdght. 
r. I. 

2 c 

2 

3 



4 
4 



9 
6 

3 
9 
5 o 
4 " 

4 6 

3 J^o 

3 I 

3 

4 

9 
6 



Aftbehoon. 



2 

I 

o 
o 



8 

O II 

1 6 

2 2 

2 10 

3 6^ 



4 
4 
4 
4 

3 

2 



6 
8 
6 
2 

7 
9 



Ttmo. 

H. M, 

o 40 

^ 37 

2 30 

3 ai 

4 6 
448 

5 31 

6 II 

651 

7 35 

8 21 

9 10 

10 8 

11 16 



o 48 



Height. 
r. I. 



Time. 
IH. M. 



I 
2 

3 
3 



40 

^5 

7 
46 



4 28 

5 9 
5 50 
<5 37 

7 26 

8 22 

9 ^4 

10 31 

11 42 
o 14 

I 12 



2 

3 
3 
4 
5 
5 



4 
2 

II 

6 

o 

o 



4 9 



4 

3 
2 

I 

I 

o 
o 

I 
I 

2 

3 
3 
4 

4 
4 
4 

3 

3 
2 

2 



QUEENSTOWN. 



MORNINO. 



O 
I 
2 

3 

4 



4 
15 
^9 
14 

7 



Height. 
F. I. 



9 
10 



9 

3 



4 51 



2 
6 
8 

9 
o 

6 
7 

2 
10 

7 

2 

10 

4 

8 
8 

4 
II 

2 
5 



5 
6 



37 
17 



2 
2 

2 9 



2 
3 



If esa Spring) ^O. Rin. 



^ 57 

7 38 

8 15 
857 

9 43 

10 41 

11 47 

18 

1 20 

2 16 

3 4 

3 47 

4 30 

5 H 

5 57 

6 39 

7 ^5 

8 14 

9 5 
10 2 

'I 5 

o 44 



10 10 

11 4 



II 
II 
II 

II 
II 
10 
10 

9 
9 



9 
II 

10 

7 
2 

7 
I 



/ 
2 

8 II 



8 II 

9 I 
9 5 
9 li 

^o 5 

10 11 

11 3 



I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

10 

10 



7 
8 

7 

4 
o 

6 



9 " 
10 2 



Attbrkooh. 



Time. 
H. M. 



I 
2 

3 

4 
5 
5 

6 

7 

7 



40 
48 

47 

41 
29 

14 

58 

37 

17 

57 



8 35 

9 19 
9 

14 



10 
II 



Height. 

F. I. 



I 

2 

3 
4 
4 



49 

49 

40 

26 

9 

5a 



5 36 

6 17 

7 2 

7 49 

8 39 

9 34 

10 30 

11 39 

12 

1 18 



10 
10 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 

II 
10 
10 

9 

9 

9 
8 

9 

9 
10 

10 

I 

J 

I 

I 

I 

I 

10 

10 

10 



o 
6 
I 

7 
10 

II 

9\ 

5 
II 

4 
10 

4 
o 

II 



WATERPORD, 



MoBiaNO. 



Time. 
H. M. 



O 
I 
2 

3 
4 
5 
5 

6 

7 
7 



18 

24 
31 
3a 
28 

14 

57 

38 
18 

57 



3 
8 

2 



8 
8 
6 
2 

9 
4 



9 II 
10 01 

10 3 



5ft. lOin. 



8 34 

9 II 
10 I 

[I 2 

31 

1 28 

2 27 

3 19 

4 7 

4 53 

5 36 

6 17 

7 I 

7 46 

8 3a 

9 20 

10 20 

11 25 
o 54 



Hfdght. 

F. I. 



10 
II 
II 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
II 
II 
10 
10 

9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

II 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
II 

10 



6 
o 

7 
I 

6 

6 

6 

3 
o 

7 
I 

7 
2 

9 

10 

2 
8 
2 
8 
o 

2 

4 

4 

3 
II 

6 

I 



Aftbbkoon. 



10 10 



Time. 
H. M. 

o 
I 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 



51 

57 
2 

o 

5* 

35 
18 



Height. 

F. I. 



59 
37 
15 



6 

7 
8 

8 5'^ 

9 33 

10 31 

11 33 
o 2 

59 

1 58 
a 54 



3 
4 
5 

5 
6 

7 
8 



43 
31 
15 

56 
38 
24 

9 

8 56 

9 48 
10 52 

" 55 

24 

1 26 



10 
II 
II 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
II 
II 
10 
10 

9 
9 



S 5 

-I 



9IH*9 

^5*9 
1026*9 

427.9 

628-9 

6 

5 

2 

9 

4 

10 

4 
II 

8 



9 
10 

'o 5 
10 II 

" 5 



II 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
10 

10 
10 
II 



IQ 
1 



4 
4' 



10 



1*5 

a-5 
3'S 

rs 

5*5 

^•5 

J 

8-5 



rs 

io«5 
11*5 

I2»5 

i3'5 

i4"5 

O 

16-5 

. 7-5 

4|i8-5 

i9'5 
9|2o-5 

4Pi^5 
( 

8|23'5 
9H*5 



gft. 2*^ 









Equation of ! 


Time at Noon, 










M. 8. 




ILD. 


M. 8. 




]f.D. 


If. 8. 




M. D. 


M. 8. 




3 5 


Add. 


9 


3 45 


Add. 


17 


3 49 


Add. 


a5 


3 19 


Add. 


3 la 




10 


3 48 




18 


3 47 




26 


3 13 




3 18 




II 


3 49 




19 


3 45 




^7 


3 6 




3 ^4 




12 


3 51 




20 


3 4^ 




28 


* 59 




3 30 




13 


3 5* 




21 


3 38 




29 


a 51 




3 34 




14 


3 5a 




22 


3 34 




30 


a 43 




3 38 




15 


3 5a 




^3 


3 30 




31 


a 34 




3 4» 


16 


3 51 




24 


3 H 











of U^ Water are giyen for Mean Time at Flaoe; if Dublin or Btilway Time be required,— iSur 
Qalwa-* 0dd n m, I Quubsiowv odci 8 nu | "Vjaxucw&oidiaL^iiu 



TIDE TABLES TOE THE 



JUNE, 1864. 


S 


1 


K E 


BREST. 


DEVONPORT. 


PORTSMOUTH. 


1 


S 


^1 










MORNIMO. 


AFTBimaoii. 


HoRHIMO. 


Attbbhoo)!. 


UOSKOIO. 


Ia™. 








Time. 


HaifM. 


Time. 


Height 


Time 


H^ht. 


Time. 


H«^t 


Ttao. 


Hdght. 


!»«'» 






n. H. 




F. 1. 


H. X. 


1-. 1. 


B. M 




B. M, 




H. a. 






B. K..K 


W. 


t 


C;m3Q 


043 


1- I 


1 20 


16 9 


2 3 


14 1 


3 


'4 a 


84': 




6 


9 I. II 


Th. 


2 


10 1.3 


1 47 




3 It 


'I ' 


3 3 


"4 5 


4 


14 7 


9 4 




II 


10 &11 


F. 


3 


ti 6 


2 34 




» J9 


i3 3 


4 a 


14 IQ 


4 5 


•5 « 


10 30 






■■>5i" 


& 


4 


12 


3 21 


.8 3 


3 43 


■ S 3 


5 I 


'5 


5 3 


15 4 


II 18 




3 


.. 3^.. 


^■ 


.5 


0953 


4 4 


■ 8 . 


4 sj 


18 . 


5 5 


'5 


6 1 


15 5 


13 




3 


- • 


M. 


6 


I 4.3 


4 43 


18 


5 ' 


17 9 


6 3 


14 11 


6 5. 


15 3 








4i'.. 


Tu 


7 


3 33 


.^ 30 


i; 6 


5 38 


'7 3 


7 ' 


14 6 


7 at 


14 11 


I 1 




II 




W. 


8 


3 'fi 


5 57 


17 


« IS 


16 9 


7 4^ 


14 1 


8 


'4 5 


I 39 






I ^Jii 


Th, 


9 


4 3 


6 34 


■ « 4 


653 


16 


8 I 


•3 5 


8 3H 


13 9 


a 15 






a 35|" 


F. 


IC 


4 4j 


7 15 


'^ 


7 38 


•5 I 


■S5c 


13 10 


9 J 


li I 


a 55 




3 


3 i^jii 


S. 


" 


J 37 


7 59 


.4 8 


8 31 


14 4 


93 


13 3 


94E 


12 6 


3 37 




JO 


3 5; 


« 


*. 


la 


6 ^ 


3 44 




9 10 


13 K 


10 I 


II 10 


10 3( 


la 1 


+ 18 




6 


4 41 


IC 


M. 


'3 


6 j3 


9 4° 


■3 9 


10 11 


13 10 


11 


11 7 


II 35 


■ a <: 


5 6 




a 


5 3i 


K 


Tu 


'4 


7 37 


lo 44 


.3 .0 


II 18 


14 


— 


— 




ti 11 


6 3 







6 33 


I< 


W. 


^5 


8 34 


II 53 


■4 4' 


— 


— 


04*: 


13 3 


1 33 


13 4 


7 6 




a 


7 39 


IC 


Th 


lO 


9 14 


23 


■4 9. 


51 


15 3 


I 5 


13 8 


3 sa 


13 « 


8 13 




7 


8 4. 




P. 


'2 


10 8 


I i3 


■5 8 


1 43 


16 3 


3 


13 4 


3 3= 


13 9 


9 10 






9 311 


11 


S. 


18 


" .5 


3 7 


16 11 


3 3» 


17 6 


3 5 


14 


4 aa 


'4 7 






9 


10 l^ 


" 


» 


'9 


morn. 


a 54 


.8 . 


3 17 


18 6 


4 4" 


.4 a 


5 I 


15 3 


ro 50 




3 


II ij 


11 


M. 


ao 


4 


3 40 


18 10 


4 3 


19 I 


5 3H 


'5 2 


5 57 


16 a 


I. 36 




6 


II 59 


11 


Tu. 


31 


1 3 


4 36 


■9 3 


4 49 


J9 7 


6 ac 


i5 8 


6 4^ 


16 a 




_ 




=3 


It 


"W. 


33 


3 3 


5 " 


■9 S' 


5 33 


19 4 


7 <: 


'5 7 


7 aE 


16 a 


048 




9 




11 


Th. 


23 


»58 


5 57 


'9 31 


6 31 


19 


7 5 


ij 5 


8 15 


15 II 


1 35 






I 19 


11 


F. 


34 


3 5» 


6 47 


■ 8 T 


7 i3 


18 1 


83s 


"5 


9 


'5 5 


a 33 






1 4Siii 


S. 


35 


+ 45 


7 4° 


•7 7 


8 7 


16 n 


9 23 


'4 5 


9 47 


14 8 


3 14 




3 


3 40 


u 


it. 


36 


^'5 


8 34 


ifi 4 


9 2 


1$ IC 


lo 13 


[3 9 


10 3S 


13 10 


J.I 




10 


4 3" 


II 


M. 


37 


fi s6 


9 .5' 


IS «: 


10 3 


15 3 


11 7 


13 3 


11 37 


13 3 




3 


5 »5 


II 


Tu. 


38 


7 '7 


.038 


14 II 


II 14 


'5 










3 3<i 




9 


8 j8 


« 


W. 


19 


8 9 


" ^I 


■5 ' 






o~4B 


13 


I ae 


13 t 


7 3 




8 


7 *> 


H 


Th 


30 


9 I 


36 


■5 3 


59 


•5 7 


a ^ 


13 1 


a 3S 


13 4 


8 15 




II 


8 JO 


11 


~ ^'"l^^''^}~9^~e^- ~ ~ 


7"- S'"- 


6". 4i» 


Phases o/ihe Moon. 


3fbon'« Declination at Noon. 


D. H. M. 


B.D. 


, 


U.D. 


, 


».. 





' k.. • 


Now 4 " 4° Morning. 


1 


4N.13 


9 


IN. 3 


17 


8s 


"hi 


FirstQaarter- 12 ii 48 Morning. 


3 


7 14 




7 33 


i3 


9 


i6 


16 4 


Full 19 10 54 Aftprnoon. 


3 


9 .6 


II 


3 34 


19 a 




■9 


a? 9 


Last Quarter- 26 3 15 Afternoon. 


4 ^ 


a 15 


13 


OS. 43 




9 


2+ 


28 13 




5 3 


9 


13 


4 5' 


31 


7 


•3 


39 16 


In Apogee - - 10 3 Afternoon. 


6 


9 3 


14 


8 5a 


33 


3 


54 


30,18 


In Perigee- - la i Afternoon. 


7 


7 3 


»5 


3 35 


33 


9 


44 






8 


4 30 


16 


5 50 


34 


5 




! 



BRITISR AND IRISH PORTS. 



4d 



JUNE, 1864. 



vwo. 



"xsRirooir. 



leiglit. 



II XX 



lo 41 

II 33 



558 

7 6 



Height. 

F. I. 

7 01 

7 

7 " 
7 ^i 



61 



7 10 
7 10 

7 
6 

6 

5 



9 

7 



o 
6 



5 



9 
7 



5 
4 
4 

5 

5 
6 

7 

8 

8 81 

9 01 
8 II 

8 71 

7 ^o 

6 II 
6 

5 <S 

5 
6 



7 



nBpTincrl 



9ft. 4 



in. 



SHEEBNESS. 



MoBKuro. 



Time. 
H. If. 

9 54 

o 5^ 
i^ 43 



o 
I 
2 
2 

3 
4 
4 



55 
36 

50 
26 

4 
46 



5 
6 



30 

20 

7 20 

8 2j 

9 30 

10 27 

11 16 



27 

i 13 

1 59 

2 42 

3 a7 

4 18 



5 
6 



10 

8 

10 

19 
31 



Height. 

F. I. 

4 9 

5 I 

5 5 

5 7 

5 9| 

5 8 

5 5 

5 a 

4 10 

4 5 

3 II 



7 
3 



3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4 
4 10 



I 
2 
8 

3 



5 
6 

6 

6 

6 

5 



7 
o 

3 

3 
I 

8 



15 

4 o 

3 10 

4 I 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. M. 

10 25 

II 20 



I 
I 
2 

3 

3 
4 
5 



3^ 

16 
56 

3^ 
8 

44 
24 

8 



5 54 

6 49 

7 5* 

8 58 
10 o 

TO 52 
II 40 

o 4 

o jo 

I 36 

2 20 

3 ^ 

3 51 

4 44 

5 39 
^ 39 

7 44 

8 54 
10 3 



Height. 
F. I. 

4 " 

5 3 

5~8 



5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 



9 

6 

4 

o 

8 



3 
3 
3 
3 

3 II 

4 ^ 

5 

5 4 

5 10 
6 

6 3 
6 3 
5 II 
5 

4 10 

4 3 
3 II 

3 11 

4 3 



ft. nin. 



8"- 



LONDON. 



MOBNIKO. 



Time. 
H. M. 

II 20 
o 48 

I 38 



Height. 

F. I. 

17 3 



2 

3 

3 
4 

4 

5 
6 



^5 

4 

44 
21 

58 
36 

16I 



<^ 59 

7 47 

8 49 

9 51 

^o 53 

II 54 
o 20 



I 
I 
2 

3 
4 
4 
5 



9 

56 

41 
28 

12 

57 
49 



6 40 

7 3^ 

8 37 

9 48 
10 s6 



7 10 

8 3 

8 6 

8 7 
8 6 

8 3 

7 II 

7 7 

7 I 

6 8 

6 3 
6 o 

5 II 

6 2 

6 8 

6 II 

7 8 

8 41 

8 II 

9 4 

9 5 

9 4 
8 11 

8 4 
7 8 



7 
6 

6 



I 
8 
8 



Afthrnoon. 



Time. 
II 52 

20 

1 14 

2 J 



3 
4 
4 
5 
5 



46 

*5 

2 

38 
16 

54 



6 38 

7 22 

8 17 

9 21 

10 22 

11 24 

o 45 



I 
2 

3 
3 



34 

17 

4 

50 



4 35 

5 ^3 

^ 15 

7 8 

8 7 

9 13 

10 21 

11 30 



^1 



7 



Height. 
F. I, 

7 

7 
8 

8 

8 
8 
8 
8 

7 

7 
6 

6 
6 

5 
6 



D. 

5|a<5-5 

7h7'5 
28-5 



3 

10 

5 
I 

II 

o 

4 



7 

8 
8 

9 

9 

9 

9 
8 

8 

7 
6 

6 

6 



7 
2 

5 



II 



I"0 
2*0 
3-0 

4-0 

91 5*o 
6-0 

7'o 

J 

9*0 

lO'O 
II'O 
I2'0 

13*0 

14*0 

o 

i6'o 
17 •-o 
i8'0 
19*0 

20*0 

821*0 

([ 

423-0 



24'0 

825-0 
925*0 



qft. yln. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



8. 

16 
6 

5^ 
46 

35 
a4 

12 



Add. 



li.D. 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 



M. 

I 
O 

o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 



8. 

I 

49 

37 

^5 
12 

o 

13 
26 



Add. 



Sub. 



CD. 

17 
18 

19 
20 

21 

22 

23 
24 



O 
O 
I 
I 
I 
I 
1 
2 



8. 
38 
51 

4 

17 

30 

43 

56 
8 



Sub. 



M.D. 

^5 
26 

28 
29 

30 



2 21 

a 34 
2 46 

2 58 

3 10 
3 aa 



Sub. 



of High Wat«r are giren for Mean Time at Place ; jf Greeninch or Railway Time be re<^aired.,— fbr 
DoFKB mthiract 5 m, | SsxERirxsa ikbiract ft m. * \ liovi>oia ^m. 



TTDE TABLES FOB THE 







JUNE, 


1864. 


11^ 


,, 


HARWICH. 






HULL. 


SUNDEBLABSl 


I 


S 
g 

S 


1^ 












..4 


MORKINO. 


AFTBadOON, 


UOBKINO. 


Aftbbhoom. 


Mosmxo. 


.™J 






Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Holght 


Time 


Hc- 


ht. 


Time. 


HeiBhl 


Time 


HdBht. 


Tint 


am 












J- 


u. v. 




1. 


n. H 










a. M. 


F, I. 


B. >. 


T. 


w. 


I 


pmic 


9 ' 


10 


9 


9 33 


10 


11 


3 2 


18 


10 


3 i3 


19 a 


13 


12 8 


« 


i> ; 


Th. 


^ 


10 13 


10 3 


11 




10 31 


It 


2 


4 3„ 


19 


5 


4 49 


30 ? 


I 13 


13 I 


1 4^ 


'3 


F. 


3 


u 


■° 56 


11 


3 


II 30 


1 t 


4 


5 13 


19 




5 .3« 




3 7 


13 5 


a 3^ 


M 


S. 


4 


12 c 


I' 45 


II 


.5 


— 


- 




6 


ao 


2 


6 35 


30 a 


a 57 


13 9 


3 18 


'3 


»■ 


5 


oa_52 


8 


ri 


,5 


28 


11 


4 


6 4( 


ao 


2 


7 8 


ao I 


3 38 


13 JO 


3 SS 


'3 


M. 





1 43 


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Phose»oflke 


itfoon. 




Moon's Declination at Noon. 








B.D 






!(.» 




!-.«. 




KB 


„ 


D. n 

New 4 1' 

First Quarter 12 ii 

Full 19 10 

Last Quarter- 26 a 


M. 

40 Morning. 
48 Morning. 
54 Afternoon. 
1$ Afternoon. 


3 
4 
5 = 


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7 

9 


13 

14 
16 

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20 

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35 

38 
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In Apogee- - 10 3 
In Perigee- - 21 1 


Afternoon. 
Afternoon. 


6 
S 


9 

7 
4 


3 
3 


14 

16 


8 53 
2 35 
5 50 


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34 


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5 " 


30 


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i if Greenwich or Haawny 'Rme be required,- 






JUawi 


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nw( 


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1 




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odd 






I 


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BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 












44 


L 


JUNE, 1864. 








i ^ HOBTH SHIELDS. 


LEITU. 


THURSO. 


■< 1 


ii » 


1 
















i B MOBBIKO. 1 


ArTBBNOOH. 


MORNIKQ. 


Attebnook. 


MoasiHO. 


Aftebkoob. 


«5 


f »»,. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Ik'iBLt. 


TilBO. 


Hdglit. 


Time. 


Heigllt 
















H. M. 


















r. . o?8 


" 7 


o?5 


II 9 


u 49 


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11 6 


26.5 


II II 


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17 


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41 


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c 


641 




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I 6 


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I 3° 




6 


7 33 




5 


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13 8 


28.J 


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13 7 


3 i9 


13 8 


I 54 


15 8 


3 17 


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9 


8 5 




9 


8 25 


13 9 


• 


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13 9 


4 


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338 


15 9 


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9 


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8 


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1-0 


I 6 +.0 


13 7 


4 39 


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3 "5 


15 7 


3 34 


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9^3 




5 


9 42 


13 3 


3'0 


i 7 458 


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5 18 




3 52 


15 3 


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3*0 


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5 57 


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8 


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6 


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4.0 


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11 


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Tu. 3810 afi 


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9 2C 


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9 53 


13 


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10 


6 


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W. !9 1 1 31 


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3 


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36 


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10 


4 


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gft. 2in. 


git. 71.. 1 




Equation of Time at J\ 


£WB. 






K.D. X. H 




K.D. 


u. s. 




V.D. 


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HD 


K. S. 




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17 




33 


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a.^ 


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Sub. 


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49 




l3 





51 




36 


2 34 




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37 




19 




4 




27 


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13 


3j 








17 




38 


a 58 




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13 


13 




31 




30 




29 


3 10 




6 1 35 




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30 


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23 




56 










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16 


26 




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jrcnsBsnlM add en. | Luix odd IS m. | Tkcua wUWia. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



JUNE, 1864. 


s 




.^ 


GREENOCK. 




LIVEHPOOL. 


PEMBROKE. 


1 


:! 


II 












Moiua:iio. 


Abtersoon. 


MORKINQ, 


AfTBenoon. 




Attm 








Time. 


Hdgbt. 


Time. 


Uoitfht 


Time. 


Height. 


TLmt. 


Hoigbt. 


Time. iHcighl. 


^^ 














n. M. 




















W. 




pmio 


9 ' 


9 ' 


9 33 


9 




3 28 


^3 J 


8 56 


33 10 


2 56'8 3 


3 3 




Th. 




JO 13 




9 3 


10 27 


9 


3 


9 " 


14 2 


9 45 


34 6 


4 1,19 J 


41 




F. 


3 


II 6 


10 S^ 


9 4 


ti 19 


9 


4 


10 9 


24 9 


10 33 


14 11 


4 5.^:19 9 


5 1 




S. 


4 


13 


" 43 


9 4 




— 




10 56 


24 I] 


II 18 


25 Q 


5 4830 


6 




&. 


^ 


o«5» 


6 


9 .5 


28 


9 


5 


II 39 


35 


12 


24 10 


63= 


20 I 


65 




JL 


6 


I 43 


49 


9 5 


I 8 


9 


5 






19 


34 9 


7 S 


19 11 


7 a 




Tu. 


? 


^ ,3» 


1 2; 


9 4 


. 46 


9 


4 


038 


14 7 


57 


24 3 


7 4« 


Is if 


8 




W. 


8 


3 iS 


2 5 


9 3 


1 23 


9 


2 


I '5 


23 ii 


1 33 


13 7 


8 3^ 




84 


■ 


Th. 


9 


4 3 


a 4, 


g ' 


^ 59 


9 





I 5' 


23 a 


3 10 


32 10 


9 = 


18 4 


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F. 




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3 18 


8 n 


3 39 


8 


10 


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23 _>; 


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22 


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1/ 7 


9 5 




S. 


n 


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4 


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4 21 


8 


8 


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21 7 


3 31 


21 3 


10 ifc 


16 11 


10 3 




#■ 


12 


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4 42 


3 7 


5 5 


8 


6 


3 54 


20 9 


4 30 


20 j 


10 57 


16 2 


11 1 




M. 


13 


6 5» 


.'! 3" 


8 S 


.5 59 


8 


• 


448 








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14 


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629 


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6 2£ 


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ifi 


9 '4 


3 35 


8 6 


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8 


8 


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21 s 


8 30 


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16 6 


a 5 




F. 


17 


10 S 


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9 57 


8 




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1048 


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9 4 


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9 


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35 2 


5 17 


19 10 


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M. 


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4 


— 


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3 


9 


7 


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36 


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30 7 


63 




Tu. 




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9 8 


51 


9 










26 3 


6^4 


31 3 


7 ' 




W. 


23 




I 14 


9 10 


I 37 


9 


11 


a 35 


36 5 


48 


36 s 


738 


21 4 


8 




Th. 


23 


2 j8 


2 


9 i> 


a 34 


9 






26 4 


t 35 


26 c 


335 


21 a 


8 4 




F. 


24 


a J' 


2 48 


9 10 


3 la 


9 


9 


I .Ss 


25 9 


2 23 


15 3 


9 15 


20 6 


9 3 




S. 




4 45 


3 37 


9 8 


4 3 


9 


6 


2 48 


34 10 


3 14 


»+ 4 


10 3 


'9 7 






ft. 


if 


-^ .^^ 


4 19 


9 4 


4 5^ 


9 


3 


3 40 


33 8 


4 8 


23 • 


to 51 


18 6 


II 1 




M 


17 


fi 26 


5 33 


9 I 


5 51 


8 




433 


23 e 


5 9 


33 


ti 39 


•7 5 


— 




Tu. 


28 


7 '7 


6 22 


8 9 


^54 


8 


7 


5 44 


31 9 


6 21 


^' 7 


" 5 


17 1 


3 




W. 


ig 


8 9 


7 28 


8 7 


8 5 


S 


7 


6 58 


33 ? 


7 34 


21 9 


J..ia 


16 9 


1 5 




■ni. 


30 




8 39 


8 8 


9 12 


8 


9 


8 7 




8 38 


22 5 


a 30 


17 1 


3 




Hang,. { 1 


io=°- 




ign. 0'"- 


10"- 6^ 


J14fl»M o/ ihE M 


»on. 




ifoDB'* Declination at Noon. 


D. H. U 






1U>. 


/ 


M.D. 


, 


B.D. 




«... 




New 




II 40 


Morning. 




I 


.4='-"3 


9 


UN. 3 


17 1 




^5 




'"*■•- 4 




First Quarter - la ii 48 


Morning. 




3 


17 14 




7 32 


.8 i 


9 56 


36 




Full 19 10 54 


Afternoon. 


5 


19 16 




3 34 


19 3 


19 
9 24 


27 

aS 




Last Quarter - 26 a 15 


Afternoon. 


4 


20 15 


12 


08.43 












5 


20 9 


13 


+ 51 




7 >3 


39 




In Apogee - - 10 3 


Afternooi 


■ 


6 


19 3 


'4 


8 52 


33 I 


3 54 


315 


i: 


In Perigee - - 33 i 


Afternoon. 


7 


17 3 


'5 


13 35 


>3 


9 44 












8 


14 30 


16 


•5 50 


34 


5 I 







BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



47 



JUNE, 1864. 



!nB8TON-SUFER-MAR£. 



MoBimro. 



Height. 

F. I. 



I 

5 
5 

7 
7 



3* 

37 



3* 

34 
35 



30135 



53 



B 2934 II 



9 

9 
9 

9 



4 

37 
II 

45 



2629 



o 
I 

4 
5 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

9 
o 



48 

S3 
59 

4 
3 



49 

37 
21 

6 

5> 
34 



I 19 



o 41 

I 

3 3 



35 
35 



10 
o 
2 

7 

8 
6 



34 
33 
3a 
30 



28 
29 

30 
31 
33 



5935 



36 

31 

37 

37 
36 

35 

33 

3^ 
4930 



3 

3 
I 

9 

8 

9 

o 

I 

7 
6 

3 
6 

8 

II 

9 

10 

5 
6 



Attebkoov. 



Time. 



4 

5 
6 

6 



5a 



7 
8 



35 
II 

8 47 

9 20 

9 5413^ 

10 2831 

1 1 430 



Height. 

F. I. 

4 
7 



33 
934 
535 



35 7 



35 
35 
34 
33 



2 
8 
31 o 



TI 5129 

o 1928 
id28 
26^29 

3^ 



I 
2 

3 
4 
5 

5 

7 
7 



30 
34|3a 



32 
^5 

59 



8 43 

9 28 

13 
56 



10 
10 

IT 

O 
I 

2 

3 



44 
II 



26 
41 



34 

35 
37 

37 
38 

37 
36 

34 

3a 
31 



8 

3 

7 
10 

8 

5 

2 

2 
10 

9 
6 

10 

7 
5 

10 
1 

ic^ 



HOLYHEAD. 



MOKNINO. 



Time. 



7 
8 

9 
9 



^4 

18 

3 
50 



10 30 
" 5 



II 

o 
o 
I 

2 

2 

3 

5 
6 

7 
7 



43 

3 

43 
26 

12 

59 

56 
I 

3 
o 

51 



8 37 



Height. 
F. I. 



Oil 

6 ' 



1430 
31 



3 
5 

6 

9 

9 

8 



31 5 



^3 
8 



9 
10 

10 50 
33 



o 
I 

2 

3 
4 
5 
7 



50 
46 

43 
45 
53 
59 
3 



4 
4 
5 
5 

5 
5 
4 
4 

4 
3 
3 

2 

2 

2 
2 

3 
4 
4 

5 

5 
6 

6 

5 
5 

4 
4 
3 
3 
3 9 



6 
II 

3 
5 

5 
2 

10 

8 

3 

9 

4 

II 

8 

8 

II 

4 
o 
8 



Aftebnooh. 



Time. 

H. If. 

7 5^ 

8 41 

9 27 
10 II 

10 47 

11 23 



4 

9 
2 

2 

10 
3 

7 
o 

8 

7 



o 
I 
I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 



9 
10 

II 

II 

o 

I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



23 

4 

49 

35 

27 
29 
32 
32 
26 

14 
o 

45 

29 
II 

58 
24 

18 
14 

13 

17 
26 

33 
34 



Height. 
F. I. 



4 

5 
5 
5 

5 
5 

4 
4 
3 
3 

2 
2 
2 

3 
3 
4 
5 

5 
6 

6 

6 

6 

5 
5 

4 
3 
3 
3 



9l 

I 

4 
5 

4 

o 

6 
o 



7 



8 
4 



KINGSTOWN. 



MOBNINQw 



Time. 

8 14 

9 15 
lo 3 

10 47 
28 



II 

o 
I 
I 
2 

3 



26 
6 

44 
26 

II 



58 
54 



3 
4 

9|5 52 

6 50 

7 48 

8 43 

9 36 



o 
2 
2 
o 

7 
01 

3 
9 

7 
8 



3 II 



leftn spring) 1Q^- 7^ 



ft. nin. 



tan^e. 



8'*- 



10 22 

" 5 
II 

o 
I 
I 

2 



50 

14 
I 

51 
46 

42 

44 
45 
47 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 52 



Height. 
F. I, 

10 O 
10 
10 
10 

10 

10 
10 

9 
9 
9 

9 
8 

8 

9 

9 

9 
10 



3 
6 

8 
8 

5 
2 

10 

7 
4 

I 
10 
10 

I 

5 

9 
I 



ArrBBNOOK. 



Time. 

H. M. 

845 

9 40 

10 26 

11 7 



Height. 

F. I. 



10 6 

10 II 



II 
II 
10 

10 

10 

10 

9 
9 

9 
9 



o 

o 

II 

8 

5 

o 
8 

4l 
5 
7 



II 
o 
o 
I 

2 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 



48 

7 
46 

26 

4 

49 

34 

25 

23 
21 

19 
16 

10 

o 



10 43 

11 27 



10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
9 
9 

9 

8 

8 

9 
9 

9 

10 

10 
II 



2 

4 

/ 
8 

>• 
/ 

6 

3 
o 

8 
5 




10 
II 

3 

7 
II 

4 

8 
o 



ri 






o 
I 
2 

3 



37 
26 

18 
14 
II 



4 

5 
6 

7 20 

8 24 



15 
16 



II o 

10 10 



10 
10 

9 
9 

9 
9 
9 



6 
3 

10 
6 

4 
6 

8 



D. 

26»5 

27-5 
28.5 

• 

To 
2-0 
3.0 
4'o 

5'o 
6-0 
7.0 

J 
9»o 

10*0 

ii'o 

I2*0 
13*0 

i4'o 

o 

i6*o 
17*0 
i8-o 
19*0 

20»0 
2I«0 

([ 

23«o 
24*0 
25*0 
26*0 



5^ 6 



in. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



«. 

2 
2 
2 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



25 
16 

6 

5^ 

4^ 

35 

24 
12 





]f.D. 


M. 8. 




M.D. 


M. 8. 




ILDi 


M. & 


Add. 


9 


I I 


Add. 


17 


38 


Sub. 


25 


2 21 




10 


49 




18 


51 




26 


2 34 




II 


37 




19 


I 4 




27 


2 46 




12 


25 




20 


I 17 




28 


2 58 




13 


12 




21 


I 30 




29 


3 10 




H 







22 


I 43 




30 


3 22 




15 


13 


Sub. 


23 


15^ 










16 


26 




24 


2 8 









Sub. 



of Higli Water art giyen fi>r Mean Time at Place; if Qreenwieh or Railway Time be reqnired^^ibr 
"Itm. I HoLTHXAD odd 18 m. I Karaeromr tiiMracIl m. fiv Dublin Time« 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



JUNE, 1864. 


a 


fl 


„ f^ 


BELFAST. 


LONDONDERRY. 


SLIGO BAT. 


§ 

^ 


1 


^Eh 










MO^K... 


Attebsoon. 




AVTEBNOOH. 


MoiunKO. 


Arrwuni 










Tim.. 


Height. 


Timo. 


Height 


TiDie. 


Height 


TLnp. 


□sight 


Tune. 


HdshL 


Tto*. 


■•« 












B. M. 












a. M. 




B. IL 






w. 


1 


pmao 


758 


8 S 


S 26 


8 10 


.5 12 


7 


5 37 


7 I 


2 30 


9 9 


•57 


10 




Th. 




>o J3 


85a 


9 ■> 


9 I.I 


9 1 


6 I 


7 " 


6 26 


7 3 


3 21 




3 43 


10 




F. 


3 


II 6 


9 .59 


9 ' 


10 4 


9 3 


6 J, 


7 4 


7 I" 


7 4 


4 5 


10 7 


4'« 


10 




S. 


4 


la 


10 a6 


9 3 


10 47 


9^ 3 


7 4° 


7 ,5 


8 


7 5 


4 53 


10 9 


5 ■« 


10! 




i- 


5 


oa^a 


" 7 


9 3 


II 25 


9 2 


8 20 


7 5 


838 


7 4 


5 35 


10 10 


5 55 


10 




M. 


6 


' 43 


11 43 


9 2 






8 55 


7 3 


9 12 


7 1 


6 13 


10 8 


631 






To 


7 


a 31 


] 


9 ■ 


21 


9 ° 


9 30 


6 II 


948 


6 10 


6 5' 


10 3 


7 ■' 


10 




W. 


8 


3 18 


4i 


9 ^ 


I 2 


3 II 


10 5 


6 8 


1023 


« 7 


7 "9 


9 10 


7 47 


9 




Th. 


9 


4 3 


I 2a 


8 10 


■ 43 


8 9 


10 43 


6 5 


" 


« 3 


8 6 


9 4 


8 27 


9 




F. 


10 


4 4.5 


2 ; 


a 8 


2 31 


8 7 


II 32 


« I 




5 11= 


85° 


8 11 


9 "5 


B 




S. 


11 


5 27 


> J4 


8 5 


3 "7 


8 4 




— 


'029 


5 8 


9 40 


8 7 


10 7 


S 




A- 


12 


6 9 


3 41 


5 3 


4 7 


8 2 


I 


5 7 


I 3> 


5 7 


10 3« 


I 5 


11 6 


S 




M. 


13 


6 5a 


4 35 


8 2 


5 4 


S 1 


1 a 


5 7 


241 


5 8 


>i 37 


I 


— 






Tu 


t4 


7 37 


.^ 34 


8 1 


6 3 


8 I 


3 I' 


5 9 


3 39 


5 II 




8 4 


o 37 


S 




W. 




8 a4 


6 34 


8 1 


7 3 


8 2 


4 7 


« I 


4 31 


6 3 


I 8 


a 6 


■38 


S 




Th. 


16 


9 14 


7 34 


8 5 


8 I 


8 4 


4 55 


« 5 


5 I' 


« 7 


2 7 


8 II 


" 33 


9 




F. 


'7 


10 8 


825 


8 6 


8 48 


8 9 


5 37 


8 


558 


6 10 


2 56 


9 5 


3 i» 


9 




8. 


18 


■' ,5 


9 " 


8 II 


9 3f5 


9 ' 


6 22 


7 " 


647 




3 40 


10 


4 3 


10 




»- 


19 


morn. 


9 59 


9 3 


to 21 


9 4 


7 II 


7 4 


7 35 


7 5 


4 »5 


10 7 


448 


10 




M. 


20 


4 


10 44 


9 .5 


II 6 


9 .1 


7 J8 


7 7 


8 20 


7 9 




II 1 


4 3i 


It 




Tu. 


31 


1 3 


11 28 


9 « 


II 50 


9 S, 


84. 


7 10 


9 I 


7 9 


5 58 


II 4 


6 20 


II 




W. 


aa 


a 3 


— 




12 


9 « 


9 22 


7 8 


9 43 


7 7 


642 


II 3 


7 S 


II 




Th. 


23 


a ,,8 


37 


9 


I 3 


9 5 


10 6 


7 « 


10 30 


7 5 


7 30 


lo 11 


2 « 
847 


10 




F. 


24 


3 J2 


I 19 


9 5 
9 3 


I .17 


9 4 


10 57 


7 3 


11 25 


7 I 


8 20 


10 6 


10 




S. 


>3 


4 45 




256 


9 " 


11 .59 


610 


- 




9 "5 


10 


9 47 


8 




£■ 


16 


^ 3fi 


3 25 


8 II 


3 S.i 


8 9 


3^ 


6 6 


I 12 


6 4 


10 2D 


9 6 


'» JS 


9 




M. 


J7 


6 a6 


4 26 


8 8 


4S« 


8 7 


I 5' 


6 3 


229 


6 2 


II 28 


9 ! 




9 




To 


18 


7 >7 


,5 27 


8 6 


J 57 


8 5 


3 4 


« 3 


3 35i ^ 4 







3 


9 




W. 


19 


8 9 


6 3-2 


8 4 


7 (^ 


8 4 


4 4 


« 5 


4 32 6 ! 


I 4 


9 ■> 


.38 


9 




Th 


?o 


9 ^ 


7 37 


8 4 


8 8 


8 5 


4 57 


6 7 


5 22 6 8 


2,0 


9 " 


2 4« 


9 * 


^"K.""""'} 4"- 9- 


3»- 10'"- 


5"- 7'' 


PAaset of the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Xoon. 


D. n. M. 


K.D. 


. . 


ii.n. 


. 


ItD, * 


. 


M.!). 


. 


New ----- 411 40 Morning. 




14K.13 


9 


IIK. 3 


17 ' 


8a.22 


»5 


OS. 


First Qnatlcr la 11 48 Morning. 




17 14 




7 >• 


18 I 


9 5'' 


26 


4M 


Full 19 10 54 Afternoon. 




19 16 


11 


3 24 


19 2 


19 


'7 


9 ' 


Lftst Quarter- a6 a 15 Afternoon. 




20 15 


12 


8. 43 




9 ii4 


j8 


3 ' 






20 9 


13 


4 5' 


21 I 


7 13 


29 


6 2 


In Apogee - ■ 10 3 Afternoon. 


(5 


19 3 


14 


8 S' 


23 I 


3 i4 


30 


8 4 


In Perigee - - as i Afternoon. 


7 


■7 3 


15 


12 35 


'3 


9 44 








8 


14 20 


iC 


15 50 


M 


5 ■ 









it of High Wtter ue giT«D for Heiit Time at Plice ; if DabUo or Bailwaj l^M iM nqnitd,— I 
SMLF^tV i^trati Sm. \ Losnomnn aifd 4m, | Bino Bi.T •« law 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



49 







JUNE, 1864. 






GALWAT. 




QUEENSTOWN. 


WATERFORD, 


s^ 














21 




1 
















foRMiiro. 


AlTXBHOOR. 


MoBiriKO. 


Aftb&xoon. 


MORinNG 


y. 


Aftbbnoon. 


^5 


le. 


Hd^ft. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 




Mm 


F. 


I. 


H. IL 


r. 


1. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


H. X. 


F. 


I. 


H. X. 


F. I. 


D. 


41 


12 


11 


a 9 


13 


a 


I 53 


10^5 


a 25 


10 7 


a 3 


II 


a 


a 37 


II 4 


26-5 


37 


13 


5 


3 a 


13 


7 


a 55 


10 9 


3 20 


10 II 


3 10 


II 


6 


3 38 


II 8 


a7'5 


%6 


13 


9 


3 50 


13 


II 


3 46 


11 I 


4 13 


II a 


4 6 


II 


10 


4 34 


II 11 


28.5 


13 


14 





4 33 


H 


I 


4 3<5 


II 3 


4 58 


II 4 


4 59 


II 


II 


5 ao 


II II 


• 


54 


14 


a 


5 15 


H 


I 


5 ao 


II 4 


5 41 


II 3 


5 41 


II 


II 


6 a 


II II 


1*0 


34 


'4 





5 5a 


13 


10 


6 


II a 


6 19 


II 1 


6 ai 


II 


II 


6 40 


II 10 


a*o 


1 1 


13 


7 


5 31 


13 


5 


6 38 


II 


657 


10 10 


7 


II 


9 


7 18 


II 8 


3*0 


50 


'3 


a 


7 9 


la 


II 


7 ^5 


10 8 


7 33 


10 6 


7 36 


II 


7 


7 53 


II 6 


4-0 


ap 


12 


9 


7 51 


la 


5 


7 5^ 


10 4 


8 II 


10 a 


8 II 


II 


4 


8 a9 


II a 


5*0 


14 


12 


I 


8 36 


II 


9 


8 30 


10 


8 50 


9 10 


8 48 


II 





9 6 


10 10 


6'o 


58 


II 


5 


9 ai 


II 


a 


9 10 


9 8 


9 *9 


9 6 


9 a4 


10 


8 


9 45 


10 6 


7-0 


46 


II 





10 14 


10 


10 


9 5' 


9 4 


10 15 


9 3 


10 9 


10 


4 


10 37 


10 a 


J 


ti 


IG 


» 10 


II 16 


10 


10 


10 44 


9 ^ 


II 14 


9 2 


II 5 


10 





II 33 


9 II 


9*0 


IG 


> 11 


— 




— 


II 45 


9 a 


— 


— 


— 




- 


1 


9 io|io*o 1 


20 


II 


I 


50 


II 


4 


17 


9 3 


jo 


9 5 


30 


10 





I I 


10 I 


II'O 


18 


11 


8 


I 44 


la 





I a3 


9 7 


I 54 


9 9 


I 3* 


10 


4 


a 3 


10 7 


ia*o 


8 


la 


^ 4 


a 33 


la 


9 


a a3 


10 


a 50 


10 4 


a 34 


10 


10 


3 4 


II I 


i3'0 


58 


^3 


t I 


3 aa 


13 


6 


3 i<5 


10 7 


3 4a 


10 10 


3 33 


II 


4 


4 I 


II 7 


14*0 


45 


15 


t 10 


4 8 


H 


a 


4 7 


II I 


4 31 


II 4 


4 a8 


II 


10 


4 54 


la c 





31 


[4 6 


4 54 


14 


9 


4 55 


II 7 


5 19 


II 9 


5 18 


la 


a 


5 41 


la 4 


i6'o 


17 


14 II 


5 40 


15 


I 


5 43 


II 10 


6 7 


II II 


6 4 


12 


6 


6 2J 


la 7 


17-0 


3 


i^ 


; I 


6 a6 


15 





6 29 


11 II 


6 j2 


II II 


6 50 


12 


8 


7 13 


la 8 


i8-o 


• 51 


14 10 


7 i6 


14 


8 


7 1.6 


II 9 


7 40 


II 8 


7 37 


12 


8 


8 I 


la 7 


i9»o 


43 


H 5 


8 II 


'4 


I 


? ^ 


II 6 


8 30 


II 3 


8 a5 


12 


5 


8 48 


la 3 


ao'o 


^ 39 


i^ 


1 7 


9 7 


13 


I 


8 54 


II c 


9 19 


10 9 


9 II 


la 





9 34 


II 9 


ai'o 


> 3j 


la 


^ 8 


Ao 5 


la 


4 


9 44 


10 6 


10 9 


10 3 


9 59 


II 


6 


10 a8 


II a 


(C 


> 3J 


la 


i I 


II 8 


II 


II 


10 35 


10 


II 7 


9 10 


10 57 


10 


II 


11 a7 


10 8 


23*0 


[ 42 


I] 


[ 10 


— 




— 


II 40 


9 9 




— 


II 57 


10 


6 




— 


a4*o 


> 1(5 


ij 


: 10 


50 


II 


11 


14 


9 9 


5> 


9 9 


a7 


10 


6 


I I 


10 6 


a5*o 


[ ai 


IS 


\ I 


I 51 


la 


4 


I a? 


9 10 


» 3 


10 


I 35 


10 


7 


a la 


10 9 


26*0 


joSprinsJ 7ft. 5i«u 


5ft iQin. 




gtt. 2in. 




Equation of Time ai Noon. 


X. 8. 




X.D. 


M. 8. 




X.D. 


M. 8. 




X.D. 


X. 8. 




a aj 


Add. 


9 


1 I 


Add. 


17 


38 


Sub. 


25 


a ai 


Sub. 


a 16 




10 


49 




18 


51 




a6 


a 34 




a 6 




II 


37 




19 


I 4 




a? 


a 46 




I j6 




la 


25 




ao 


I 17 




a8 


a 58 




I 46 




13 


la 




ai 


I 30 




a9 


3 10 




1 35 




14 







aa 


I 43 




30 


3 aa 




I a4 




^5 


13 


Sub. 


^3 


15^ 










I la 


16 


26 




^4 


a 8 











of High Water are giTen for Mean Time at Place; if Dmblin or Railway Time be require],— fbr 
ALWAT0ddUm, J QuBSVSToinr odd 8 m. | Watuioju) <mU 8 m. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



JULY, 1864. 




ii 


OHEENOCK. 


UVEEPOOL. 


PEMBBOKE. 


|i 










1 






1 






I ^ 


MOBBIKO. 1 


AfTESKOOK. 


UOKMINO. 


AVTEICNOtn. 


MoKimio. 


AmK 






Tinn. 


Helcht. 


Tlmo. 


Bright 


Time. 


BrtgbtJ 


IHme. 


Hai^t 


Tima. 


BM^\ 


•Bo*. 






H. It 








a. It 




1.1 


B. M. 




a. M. 


F, 1. 


H. IL 


p. 


I 911154 


9 44 


8 10' 


10 13 


8 i"i 


9 7 


33 


9 


93a 


33 1 


3 40 


17 10 


4 " 


S. 


210 46 


10 38 


9 


II 3 


9 


9 57 


a3 


6 


10 19 


>3 9 


4 40 


18 6 


5 e 


*' 


3 IT 37 


M 17 


9 " 


II 50 


9 3 


10 41 


»3 


11 


11 3 


34 X 


5 31 


'9 ' 


5 55 


M. 


4 oai6 






II 


9 3 


11 33 


14 


3 


'1 43 


"4 3 


"5 '5 


19 6 


'i3^ 


T». 


5 1 13 


3a 


9 3' 


5a 


9 4 








3 


34 6 


654 


.9 8 


7 " 


W. 


^ r 58 


I 10 


9 + 


I 38 


9 4 


30 


34 


6 


038 


34 6 


738 


19 ; 


P^ 


Th. 


7 2 4* 


I 45 


9 4! 


3 I 


9 4 


° K 


34 


4 


I 11 


34 3 


8 3 


19 5 


819 


F. 


8 3 H 


3 18 


9 3 


3 35 


9 3 


I 38 


^4 





1 45 


23 9 


8 36 


19 I 


^^ 


8. 


94ft 


a 53 


9 ^ 


3 10 


9 > 


3 3 


23 


5 


a 30 


33 1 


9 13 


18 6 


9 aS 


*' 


0+48 


3 36 


9 ° 


3 44 


8 II 


3 3; 


33 


9 


a 54 


33 4 


9 45 


17 10 


10 3 


M. 


» .5 31 


4 3 


8 to 


4 *4 


8 ^ 


3 M 






3 35 


31 6 


IQ 33 


17 a 


10 43 


Tu. 


3 6 16 


4 46 


8 8 


5 10 


8 6 


35S 


31 





4 >4 


30 7 


II 3 


16 3 


11 85 


W. 


3 7 2 


5 3.') 


8 5 


fi 5 


I * 


4 5 


ao 


3 


5 »6 


30 


II 50 


•5 7 


— 


Th 


4 7 54 


6 38 


8 3 


7 n 


8 3 


6 3 






6 40 


30 3 




15 7 


53 


F. 


3 8 49 


7 46 


8 3 


8 33 


8 5 


? .( 


30 


8 


7 50 




I 33 


15 9 




S. 


6 9 47 


8 55 


8 7 


938 


8 9 


8 3 


31 


9 


853 


33 6 


3 48 


16 9 


3 »3 


*. 


710 4C 


9 58 


9 « 


10 37 


9 a 


9 3 


33 


3 


9 4- 


34 I 


3 5^ 


18 3 


4 a; 


M. 


8,1 4fl 


10 54 


9 4 




9 6 




34 


9 


10 3j 


^5 5 


A 57 


19 9 


S ^4 


To. 


9 norn 


ri 4fi 


9 8 


— 




10 5S 


36 




11 34 


36 7 


5 5 


at 


6 t( 


W. 


45 


12 


9 10 


036 


10 


.1 4 


»7 





— . 


— 


639 


31 II 


7 = 


Th, 


1 1 42 


1 


10 I 


I 34 


10 3 


I 


»7 


4 


3. 


37 6 


IV 


33 4 


7 4f 


F. 


2 3 3- 


I 47 


ro 3 


3 10 


10 3 


5 


37 


7 


I 3 


37 4 


33 a 


8 3^ 


S. 


3 3 3c 


» 33 


lO I 


a 57 


10 


> 4 


36 


'» 


3 


36 ji 


85s 


31 6 


9 »; 


*■ 


44a 


3 30 


9 10 


3 4^ 


9 8 


3 3 


»5 


9 


a 5 


35 


9 43 


30 3 


10 4 


M. 


5 S !■( 


4 4 


9 6 


4 38 


9 4 


3 I 


»4 


3 


3 3S 


33 t 


10 a 


18 II 


10 ji 


Ta 


6 6 < 


4 55 


2 i 


5 2S 


8 jc 


4 


33 


7 


4 3' 




II l^ 


17 4 


mi 


W. 


7 <5i 


5 51 


8 8 


6 3i 


I ^ 


5 


31 


3 


5 A 


30 s 


— 


— 


a f 


Th 


8 7 .5 


7 ' 


8 3 


7 39 


8 3 


6 3 


30 


6 


7 S 


30 c 


4 


15 10 




F. 


9 3 4 


8 18 


8 4 


8 54 


8 , 


I * 


30 


9 


8 3J 


31 I 


3 


15 >i 


a 4; 


S. 


093 


9 »7 


8 6 


9 57 


8 8 


85 


31 


7 


9 3C 


33 1 


3 > 


16 8 


3 5' 


». 


J. ,0 3 


10 34 


8 9 


.048 


8 JO 


9 4 


33 


7 


10 


33 1 


4 *■! 


17 a 


4 5' 


""Ssy*') *"■ 10" 


,3ft. (jto. 


10*- ff-- 


Phaia cfllu Horn. 


Jfoow'* Declination at Noon. 


D. B. U. 


ILD. 






Itl) 


, 


leu " ' 


^ 


New .-..- 4 oa4 Morning. 




ON 


3 


9 


3N-.44 


17 1 


9^.54 


»5 


First Quarter- ii 3 51 Morning. 







17 




IS. an 


18 . 


8 17 


26 


Full 19 6 56 Morning. 




9 


30 


It 


7 33 


19 I 


5 24 


17 


Last Quarter- 2J 8 46 Afternoon. 




7 


49 


13 I 


' 9 




i 38 


a8 






5 




'3 r 


4 33 


31 


6 48 


ap ; 


In Apogee .-880 Morning. 






'4 


14 I 


7 30 


33 


I 47 


30 


In Perigee -- 20 a Afternoon. 




8 


40 


15 I 


9 18 


23 


3"- 15 


31 




8 


4 


47 


16 3 


13 


34 


8 





ThtltaMi a# High Water ue give 



BRITISH AND XRISH PORTS. 



K 



JULY, 1864. 



^ESTON^UPER-MARE. 



MoBvnrOi 



Hdielii. 

F. I. 

. 1831 u 



31 



} 1234 

34 
35 
35 



»58 

• 38 
I zi 

^ 44I34 ii 



► 16 



[ 35 

; 38 
> 33 

r aj 



I 



»53 

> 37 

> 17 

> 55 
: 4a 

) II 

: »i 
( 40 

\ 57 



33 



o 

7 
1 
1 



34 6 



' 4833 8 
» 1732 7 

» 5031 3 
3029 10 

• 57 

^ 7 
I 22130 



28 
29 



3» 
35 
37 
38 



939 



39 
38 

3<5 

34 

31 

30 
29 

29 
30 



8 
I 
6 

8 
J 
I 
8 
6 

5 

5 

6 
I 

7 
6 

2 

2 

2 



431 9 



AvnmHoov, 



Time. 
H. IL 

451 

5 47 

6 37 

7 18 

7 54135 

8 2835 

9 o 

9 3a 
10 2 



10 3231 II 

11 930 61 2 15 



" 55 

25 

1 31 

2 44 



10 35 

11 18 



o 44 

2 o 

3 20 



F. I. 

32 6 

33 a 



34 4 

34 10 10 16 

110 52 

on 23 

8 II 59 

2 o 17 

j6 

1 34 



34 
34 
33 



^9 3 



29 8 



3 5931 6 7 20 



5 833 II 

6 6^6 2 

6 5837 II 

7 4<539 

8 3139 

9 »539 
9 5937 



7 

o 

6 



35 4 
32 10 

29 

29 
29 

4 3^130 II 

5 313* 7 



•a Spring ) 18"^ 7^ 



HOLYHEAD. 



MoRNIKQw 



Timi. 
H. IL 

8 3 

8 52 

9 36 



3 



28 10 4 
28 9 5 II 



6 17 



8 17 

9 6 

9 53 

10 38 

11 20 

34 

1 ^5 
a 15 

3 II 

4 17 

5 34 
<5 45 

7 48 

8 41 



Hflight. 

F, I. 



4 
4 

4 

5 

5 

5 
4 10 

4 9 
4 5 



I 

6 

9 
o 

I 

o 



o 
6 
o 
8 
8 
o 



5 
3 



4 
3 

3 

2 

2 

3 
3 

4 

5 
6 

6 8 

6 II 

6 6 

5 10 
4 n 
4 o 

3 3 

2 II 

3 o 
3 5 

3 II 



Aftsexoov. 



Time. 

H. M. 

8 28 

9 14 

9 57 

10 341 

11 7 

II 41 






36 


I 


15 


I 

2 


54 
38 


3 


31 


4 35 


6 49 


7 49 


8 


43 


9 
10 


29 
16 


10 


58 


II 


43 





9 


I 





X 


50 


2 


42 


3 

4 

6 


43 

56 
10 


7 
8 


19 
16 



Hiiffht 

F. L 

4 3 



4 II 

5 I 
5 I 
4 II 



KINGSTOWN. 



MoBimro. 



TboM. 

E. XL 

8 56 



4 8 9 52 



9 

3 



4 
4 

3 

3 

2 lol 

2 

^ 91 

3 3 
408 



6 10 
6 II 
6 10 

6 3 



5 
6 



5 

4 
3 

3 01 

2 II 

3 a 

3 8 

4 3 



gft. Qln- 



10 34 

11 13 

II 51 

o 9 

44 

1 20 

I 57 



» 34 
3 14 

4 

458 
6 



4 
8 



4 10 9 II 

6 5 



10 6 

10 50 

11 36 



47 

1 36 

2 26 

3 14 

4 10 

5 14 

6 22 

7 3a 

8 38 

9 3S 



Hdgfai. 
F. I. 

9 9 
10 o 

10 3 

10 .5 
10 5 

10 5 

10 3 

10 2 
9 II 

9 8 

9 5 

9 a 
8 II 

8 10 
9 



Aftbbnoon. 



10 

10 

II 
II 

II 
II 

10 
10 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



I 
6 

o 
6 
o 

4 

4 
I 

8 
2 
8 

2 
o 

2 

5 
9 



Time. 

H« M. 

9 ^5 
10 14 

10 53 

11 3a 

o 27 

I 2 

I 38 
» 15 

» 54 

3 37 

4 »9 

5 a9 

6 32 



^ 



^5. 



Height. 

F. I. I I>- 

9 iij27*o 

10 2|28'0 
29 'O. 



7 36 9 3 

8 40 



9 41 

IQ 28 
II 13 

II 59 

23 

1 12 
2 

2 50 

3 41 

4 41 

5 48 

^ 57 

8 6 

9 10 
10 



10 
10 

10 
10 
10 

9 

9 

9 
9 



t 



4 
3 

o 
9 



4 

o 



8 ji 



10 
10 
II 
II 



4-5. 
S'S 

ri 

J: 

8 lol 9'5, 



"•5: 
91 W5 



313*5 
$> H'5 

30 
16 '5.. 

" A^TS 
II 318*5 
10 ii'ip'5 

10 jao'5 

( 

»»*5 

o|a3'5 

»4*5 

»5'5 
26-5 

»7*5 



9 " 

9 Si 

9 

9 

9 

9 



3 
7 



9 i» 



5*- 6 



in. 



EqutOUm of Time at Noon, 



L S. 

} 34 

J 45 

J 5<S 

7 
18 

38 

^38 
^47 






Sab. 



ICD. 

9 

10 

II 
12 

13 

14 

»5 
16 



4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



B. 

5<5 

5 

13 
20 

28 

34 
40 

4<5 



Sub, 



XJO. 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 
22 
23 

a4 



in 



6 
6 
6 
6 



3 
6 

9 

10 



5 12 



Sub. 



■«i 



ILD. 

a5 
26 

29 
30 
31 



M. 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



8. 
12 
12 
12 
II 

9 

7 

4 



Sab. 



■I 



bjtJDgli Wster are giyen fi>r Mean Time at Plaoei if Qreenwich orBaUway TlnielMxe(|iiired,— ftr 
jnmB-HABa ocU is m. | Holthiad add 18 m. I Kuronowv tn^IrM 1 m.ft>r DabUnTimA. 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 





JULY, 1864. 




i_ 


« H 


OBEENOCE. 


LIVERPOOL. 


PEMBBOKE. 




Ml 










MoBMixa. 


AnKHMOOH. 


MORHINO. 


AlTEHNOOK. 


MoBwitia. 


ATTBB3 








Tim.. 


H.iehL 


Time. 


Bttght 


risM. 


H.lghl. 


"t^ 


Hd^t 


Time. 


BfitibX. 


Xiiuc. 










H. U. 


F. 1. 


n. M. 




B. K. 




B. M. 














F. 


' 91134 


9 44 


S 10' 


10 la 


8 II 


9 7 


aa 9 


9 32 


t3 I 


3 40 


17 10 


4 II 






g. 


2,0 46 


10 38 


9 ^ 


II 3 


9 = 


9 57 


"3 6 


10 19 


»3 9 


4 40 


18 


5 « 






*■ 


311 37 


11 a7 


9 J 


11 50 


9 2 


10 41 


a3 II 


" 3 


24 I 


5 3' 


19 I 


5 55 






M. 


4 oai(5 








9 3 


II aj 


a4 3 


" 4: 


34 5 


6 "5 


19 6 


6 34 






Tu. 


5 1 I.? 


3a 


9 3 


5a 


9 4 








2+ 6 


6 54 


19 8 


7 'I 






W. 


« . 58 




9 4 


I a8 


9 4 


aa 


a4 6 


31 


24 6 


728 


'9 7 


2 ♦^ 






Th. 


7 2 41 


I 45 


9 4 


a I 


9 4 


" 55 


a4 4 




24 2 


S 2 


19 5 


8 .9 






F. 


8 3 24 


a 18 


9 3 


a 35 


9 3 


I a8 


3+ 


1 4j 


=3 9 


8 36 


19 I 


854 






6. 


9 4 " 


" 53 


9 3 


3 10 


9 I 


1 3 


«3 5 




»3 J 


9 12 


18 6 


S,a8 






*■ 


4 ,8 


3a6 


3 ° 


3 44 


8 11 


a .3 


aa 9 


a S4 


22 4 


9 45 


17 10 


10 3 






M. 


1 S 3' 


4 3 


8 10 


4 H 


8 9 


3 "4 




3 3, 


21 6 


10 22 


17 .3 


10 +3 






Tu. 


2 6 16 


446 


8 8 


5 ■<> 


8 6 


3 5f 


ai 


4 3-1 


20 7 


"I 3 


16 3 


II »5 






W. 


3 7 3 


5 35 


8 J 


<S 5 


8 4 


4 5 


30 3 


5 3( 




11 50 


IS 7 








Th 


4 7 54 


6 38 


8 3 


7 ■' 


8 a 


S 3 




64^ 


20 3 




■5 7 


53 






F. 


i 8 49 


7 46 


8 3 


8 aa 


8 5 


7 1 


30 8 


7 5« 




1 31 


15 9 


3 I 






S. 


'• 9 47 


855 


8 7 


9a8 


8 9 


8 a 


ai 9 


85 


22 6 


248 


16 9 


3 33 






*■ 


7 10 46 


958 


9 


10 a7 


' ; 


9 « 


33 3 


9 4 


24 1 


3 56 


18 3 


4 37 


1 




M. 


«ii 46 


.0 54 


9 4 


11 ao 


9 « 




34 9 


10 3 


»5 5 


4 57 


19 9 


5 >4 


a 




Tu. 


9 nom. 


■ 146 


9 8 


— 




1° 5 


36 




»6 7 


5 51 




6 it 


9 




W. 


45 




9 ]0 


036 




II 4 


27 






6 39 




7 3 


9 




Th 


I I 41 


r 


10 J 


1 a4 


10 a 




27 4 


3 


27 fi 


7 »5 


33 4 


2t' 


1 




F. 


> " 3; 


■ 47 


10 a 


1 10 


10 a 


o 5 


>7 7 




27 4 






8 3. 


a 




S. 


3 3 30 


a 33 


to I 


" 57 


10 


I 4 


36 II 


a 


26 3 


8 59 


ai 6 


9 »3 






». 


4 4 ai 


3 ao 


9 10 


3 4a 


9 8 


« 3 


35 9 


» J 


2j 


9 43 


30 3 


10 






M. 


i 5 14 


4 4 


9 <■ 


4 aS 


9 4 


3 I 


"4 3 


3 3 


13 « 


10 27 


iS 11 


10 5 






Tu 


^ 6 r 


4 55 


9 " 


5 " 


8 ic 


4 


33 7 


4 3 


21 IC 


II 14 


17 4 


11 3 


1 




W. 


7 658 


5 5' 


8 8 


6 as 


8 5 


5 


at 3 


5 4 


20 S 






E 






Th 


8 7 50 


7 1 


8 3 


7 39 


8 3 


6a 


30 6 




20 e 


42 


15 10 


I 3. 






F. 


9 8 4« 


8 18 


8 4 


8 54 


8 , 


7 4 


,0 9 


3 2 


21 I 


2 7 


15 11 


2 4" 






S. 


9 33 


9 37 


8 6 


9 57 


8 8 


85 


»■ 7 


9 " 


12 


3 la 


,6 3 


3 S< 


J 




»■ 


ii 10 3a 


10 a4 


8 9 


10 48 


8 IC 


9 4 


33 7 


10 


23 


4 »4 


17 8 


4 5 






^'"fc"*^'*} 4«- 10'- 


13"- 0"- 


10«. 6^. 




PAmmo/'iAs J)/bo». 






D. H. M. 


ILD. 




ILD. 




iij>. 


, 


MD 







New 4 oa4 Morning, 


1 J 


ON. 3 


9 


ON.44 


17 


'9S.54 


25 


1 




First Quarter- 12 3 51 Morning. 




17 




3 3.21 




18 17 


36 


1 




Full 19 6 36 Morning. 


3 


9 30 


II 




19 


15 34 


27 




Last Quarter - 2j 8 46 Art«rnoon. 


4 


7 49 


11 I 


I 9 




A 28 


28 


9 








5 20 


13 I 


4 32 




6 48 


29 a 







In Apogee - - 8 8 Morning. 


6 


3 14 


14 I 




22 


I 47 


30 


I 




In Perigee - - so a Aitemooti. 


7 


8 40 


15 ' 


9 iS 


33 


3N.15 


31 






8 


4 47 


16 3 


13 


24 


8 







TbitfBiMafHigliWateriK^nn&rlfaaii^nmeatFUce; if OrannrlcLarRulm^TlniebereqBk* 
OsanracK odd IS m. . [ ' Lmmooi aU U a 



BRITISH AND IBISH POBTS. 



53 



JULY, 1864. 


NORTH SHIELDS. 




LFJTH. 




THUBSO. 


sg 
















"^1 




1 


















uxtma. 


AirxuroQir. 


MORNIKO* 


AiTBBirooir. 


MORHINO. 


Afibbnook. 


«!! 


'• 


Hclsht. 


Time. 


Heii^i. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Heightl 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


Height. 






Vt 


I. 


& JC. 


r. 


I. 


a. ic 


F. 


I. 


B. H. 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F. I. 


u. n. 


F. I. 


D. 


6 


II a 


I 34 




4 


— 




- 


28 


14 


I 


6 29 


10 10 


6 52 


II 2 


17*0 


8 


II 6 


2 23 




S\^ SB 


14 


4 


I 18 


14 


8 


7 H 


II 6 


7 33 


II IG 


38*0 


5 


II II 


3 5 




k I I 41 


14 


II 


a 3 


15 


I 


7 5a 


12 I 


8 12 


12 3 


ap'o 


5 


la 3 


3 44 




t 4 2 24 


^15 


3 


a 43 


15 


4 


8 31 


12 4 


8 49 


12 4 


• 


■4- 


'^ 5 


4 a3 




^ 5 3 I 


15 


5 


3 19 


15 


5 


9 8 


12 4 


9 ^5 


12 3 


1*5 


I 


la 4 


4 59 




^ 3 3 3<^ 


^15 


4 


3 53 


15 


2 


9 43 


12 2 


10 


12 I 


a'5 


6 


la I 


5 33 




^ 4 IG 


•15 


I 


4 28 


15 





10 18 


II II 


10 36 


II 9 


3*5 


I 


II II 


6 9'ii 


10 


4 40 


14 


10 


5 3 


H 


9 


10 54 


" 7 


II 13 


II 5 


4*5 


8 


iz 8 


6 46 


II 


6 


5 ^2 


14 


7 


5 41 


14 


5 


II 33 


II 2 


II 52 


II 


5-5 


4 


II 4 


7 H 


II 


I 


6 G 


H 


2 


6 21 


13 


II 


— 


— 


12 


10 9 


6-5 


6 


10 10 


8 10 


IG 


' 7 


6 42 


'3 


7 


7 5 


13 


4 


34 


10 5 


57 


10 2 


7*5 


6 


10 3 


9 5 


to 


1 I 


7 31 


13 


I 


7 59 


12 


10 


I 22 


10 


I 50 


9 9 


i 


S 


9 ^' 


10 10 


9 


1 10 


8 28 


12 


8 


9 a 


12 


6 


2 19 


9 7 


a 54 


9 ^ 


9' 5 


■3 


9 '' 


II 16 


10 


I 


938 


12 


7 


10 II 


12 


8 


3 33 


9 6 


4 9 


9 ^ 


lo-j 


9 


10 4 


— 


m 


— 


10 43 


12 


11 


" 15 


13 


2 


4 43 


9 7 


5 17 


9 10 


"•5 


la lo 7 


52 


10 


II 


II 46 


13 


6 


— 


— 


- 


5 48 


10 2 


6 16 


10 8 


ia-5 


to II 3 


^ 47 


II 


7 


14 


13 


II 


41 


14 


5 


6 41 


II 2 


7 5 


II 10 


13' 5 


[3 13 


2 36 


12 


6 


I 7 


15 





I 33 


15 


6 


7 26 


" 5 


7 47 


13 


H'5 


59 


12 II 


3 22 


13 


3 


1 57 


16 





2 20 


16 


5 


8 8 


13 5 


8 31 


13 9 





4-5 


I 


3 7 


4 8 


13 


10 


a 43 


16 


9 


3 5 


17 





8 53 


13 II 


9 15 


14 I 


i(J«5 


31 


14 


4 55 


13 


II 


3 a7 


17 


I 


3 50 


17 


I 


9 39 


14 I 


10 3 


14 


17 5 


'9 


1 


3 10 


5 43 


13 


9 


4 13 


17 





4 37 


16 


10 


CO 27 


13 10 


10 52 


13 7 


18.5 


7 


13 7 


6 32 


13 


4 


5 a 


16 


8 


5 ^7 


16 


5 


II 17 


13 3 


II 43 


12 10 


19*5 


5<5 


'3 


7 20 


12 


7 


5 5^ 


16 





6 16 


15 


7 


— 


^i- 


8 


12 4 


ao.5 


45 


12 2 


8 14 


II 


8 


6 42 


15 


I 


I ^ 


14 


6 


33 


II II 


I I 


II 5 


C 


4j 


II 2 


9 V 


10 


9 


7 40 


H 


I 


8 II 


13 


7 


I 30 


10 II 


2 2 


10 d 


33.5 


5a 


'0 5 


10 30 


10 


3 


845 


13 


3 


9 ^3 


12 


II 


2 36 


10 2 


3 16 


9 10 


a3'5 


7 


10 2 


" 43 


10 


3 


10 I 


12 


10 


10 36 


12 


10 


3 58 


9 8 


4 36 


9 7 


H*5 


- 




— 


18 


10 


4 


II II 


12 


II 


II 45 


^3 


I 


4 '1 


9 7 


5 47 


9 9 


»5-5 


51 


10 6 


I 20 


10 


8 


-^ 




• 


14 


13 


4 


6 16 


10 I 


6 41 


10 5 


36-5 


4<5 


10 II 


2 II 


II 


2 


40,13 


8 


I 5 


14 





7 4 10 10 


7 *3 


II 3 


a7-5 


«8prfagJ go. gta. 


fi 


|ft. Oin. 




gft. Tin. 


Equation of Time at Noon. 1 


■. 




U.D. 


X. 8. 






ILD. 


X. 


8. 




ILD. 


IL 8. 




34 


Sub. 


9 


4 5<5 


Sul 


L 


17 


5 51 


Sub. 


a5 


6 12 


Sab. 


45 




10 


5 5 






18 


5 5^ 




26 


6 12 




5« 




II 


5 13 






19 


6 







a7 


6 12 




7 




12 


5 ao 






20 


6 


3 




28 


6 II 




18 




13 


5 aB 






21 


6 


6 




29 


6 9 




a8 




14 


5 34 






22 


6 


9 




30 


6 7 




38 




15 


5 40 






»3 


6 


10 




31 


6 4 




47 




i6 


546 




H 


6 


12 











High Water aze giTen for Metn Time atPlace; if Greeuwieh or Bailwa/ lima be reqoind^— Ibr 
SBUBUWMMeiD. I lAixs a<U 18 m. | SXVX80 «W U a. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



JULY, 1864. 




'^H 


OBEENOCE. 


LIVEEPOOL. 


FBUBBOEK 

■1 


MOBHIHO. 


Aftbbnooit. 


MoiunHa. 


AnEBKOon. 


MOKKIXO. 


-H 






1^1116. 


utteM. 


Time. 


?*? 


Tta... 


|.»,J 


Timo. 


H«l«h( 


"rtoT 


Odtfit. 


Tin* 


B« 




a. M, 


n. u. 


F. 1. 


a. H. 




B. m; 






H. M. 


P. L 


B. M. 




a It 




t: 


9^54 


9 44 


8 10 


10 12 


's i'. 


9 7 


32 


9 


9 33 


»3 I 


340 


Tl 


4 11 


It . 


xo 46 


1038 


9 t> 


ti 3 


9 ° 


9 57 


»3 


6 


10 19 


33 9 


4 40 


3 1 


lS:l 


» 


II 37 


II a; 


9 > 


[I 50 


9 " 


10 41 


33 


II 


I' 3 


34 I 


5 3" 


'9 » 


5 55 


19; 


H. 


Dai6 


— 




II 


9 3 


11 13 


24 


3 


<i 43 


34 5 


6 15 


19 6 


6 34 


'», 


Ta: 


1 13 


32 


9 3; 


52 


9 4 








3 


24 6 


654 


19 8 


7 1' 


lil 


W. 


I 58 




9 4I 


2I 


9 4 


ao 


24 


6 


038 


34 6 


738 


19 7 


2 '5 


'^' 


Th. 


2 42 


I 45 


9 4 




9 4 


55 


24 


4 




34 3 


8 3 


19 5 


8 19 


'»< 


t. 


3 >4 


a 18 


9 3 


a 35 


9 3 


1 jS 


M 




I 45 


"3 9 


836 


•? i 


'S4 


3' 


s- 


4 fi 


' 53 


9 ^ 


3 la 


9 J 


" 3 


23 


5 


a 20 


33 " 


9 13 


18 15 


9.8 


t • 


448 


3 26 


9 


3 44 


8 II 


' 37 


22 


9 


a 54 


33 4 


9 45 


17 lO 


10 3 


■> 


M. I 


5 31 


4 3 


8 10 


4 *4 


8 9 


3 14 






3 35 


31 6 




17 3 


10 41 


i« 


To.i 


6 ifi 


446 


9 8 


5 1° 


S « 


3Sf 


31 





4 »4 


30 7 


11 3 


■ 6 3 


■I >5 


■S: 


W. I 


7 3 


5 35 


8 5 


6 5 


8 4 


4 5 


20 


3 


5 «6 


30 


II 50 


'5 7 






Th 1 


7 54 


6 33 


8 3 


7 "' 


8 J 


6 3 


20 




6 40 


30 3 




•5 7 


» 5J 


iji 


P. I 


8 4S 


7 46 


8 3 


8 12 


8 5 


7 ■< 


20 


8 


7 50 


31 3 


I 32 


15 9 


a I 


i« 


S. I 


9 4; 


8 55 


8 7 


9 28 


8 9 


8 J 


21 


9 


8 53 


23 6 


3+8 


ii5 9 


3 >3 


■r 


t. I 


710 4t 


9 58 


9 


10 27 


9 1 


9 a 


»3 


3 


9 47 


24 1 


3 5« 


iS 3 


4 a7 


'» 


M. I 


81, 46 


'0 54 


9 4 


II 20 


9 <i 


10 I 


34 


9 


10 35 


^5 5 


4 57 


19 9 


5 '4 


M 


Tu.i 


9 nom 


fi 46 


9 8 






10 5S 


2(5 




11 24 


26 7 


5 5 




6 It 


>ri 


W. > 


004, 




9 10 


036 


10 


i<4 


17 









fi 3S 


31 II 


7 = 


u. 


Tb > 


J 1 4a 


1 




1 24 






37 


4 


35 


27 t 


? »j 


33 4 


2'' 


iit 


I". 1 


2 13 


I 47 








5 


37 


7 




27 4 


8 J 


33 3 


8 Ji 


111 


8. . 


3 3 3 


a 33 


10 J 


' SI 


10 


I 4 


26 




a 7 


26 j 


85s 


31 6 


9 »3 


101 


t ' 


441 


3 »o 


9 JO 


3 41 


9 8 


2 3 


»5 


9 


3 53 


»5 = 


9 4j 


ao 3 


10 4 


'? 


M. I 


5 5 1 


4 4 


9 fi 


4 .8 


9 4 


3 I 


24 


3 


3 39 


33 ( 


10 3 


18 It 


10 5 


18.1 


Tu 1 


i5 6 


4 55 


^ ;; 


5 22 


8 10 


4 


22 


7 


4 36 




II t^ 


n 4 


1.3 


I<. 


W. 3 


7 65 


5 5' 


8 8 


6 ., 


8 i 


5 






5 47 


30 5 









16. 


Th 2 


3 7 5 




8 3 


7 39 


8 3 


6 a 


30 


6 


7 9 


30 l! 


4 


15 "> 


t a 


ItJ 


F. 2 


9 8 4 


8 I) 


8 4 


8 54 


8 ,1 


7 4 


20 


9 


833 


21 


3 




a 4 


1«1 


S. 3 


<: 9 3 


9 ^7 


8 6 


9 S7 


8 8 


85 


21 


7 


9 »° 


33 


3 » 


Ifi 'e 


3 J 


ij 1 


*|3 


i.o 2 


10 24 


8 9 


.048 


8 io 


9 4 


23 


7 


10 7 


23 


4 i-i 


17 8 


4 5 


■a 


H»irM«o^Bpri»eJ 4ft. ioi«. 


13" O""- 


10«*-6^. 


PAasM of the Moon. 


Moon^t Declination at Noon. 


D. H. U. 


ILD. 







.... 


1 


¥.!> 




M.D, 


o . 


New ----- 4 034 Morning. 


I 3 


OM 


3 


9 


0N.44 


17 1 


9 s. 54 


*5 


1H.1 


First Quarter- la 3 51 Morning. 


a a 





17 




3 3,31 


iS I 


8 \^ 


a6 


:r 


Full 19 6 36 Morning. 


3 


9 


30 


II 


7 32 


19 I 


5 ^4 


*7 


Last Quarter -15 8 46 Afternoon. 


4 


7 


49 


12 


II p 


20 1 


i 38 


aS 


19 4 






5 




13 


14 31 


31 


6 48 


29 


30 1 


In Apogee - - 8 8 Morning. 


6 




14 


14 


17 30 


33 


^ 47 


30 


19 4 


In Perigee - - ao a Afternoon. 


2 


8 


40 


'5 


19 t8 


a3 


SR-i^ 


31 


iS 1 




8 


4 


47 


16 


30 13 


34 









n«dnMaffligl) Water are given for H«KBTuiv«*tFIaM( 1f rrrnrniilrh 111 TT»11»bj TliiiuTmLnlkJ. 
OiamwocK add 19 m. \ lAVKUQoi.adAUu. • \ Tn^mi^^tK* 



BRITISH AND IBISH FORTS. 



S5 



JULY, 1864. 



WEST0N4UPSB-IIARE. 



5 ^^33 

6 ia34 
6 58 



F. I. 



7 
B 

8 
9 



34 
3835 

4434 
A<534 
4833 



o 17 

9 

J| 30 



503 



^2 7 

I 3 
ap 10 



o 57*8 
a 739 
3 ^230 



4 

I 

7 
8 

8 
9 

:o 

[I 
o 

I 

3 



35 
38 

33 
»3 



53 

37 

»7 
55 

4* 

II 

21 

40 

57 



II 

2 

o 

7 
j| 
1 

II 
6 
8 



3a 
35 



939 



38 

36 

34 

31 

30 
29 

29 
30 



8 
I 
6 

8 
I 
I 
8 
6 

5 
5 

(» 
I 

2 
2 
2 



5 431 9 



AvTBxiiooir. 



Time. 

H. X. 

4 51 

5 47 



6 

7 

7 
8 

9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

II 

o 

I 

2 

3 

5 
6 

6 
7 



37 
I 



134 4 
10 

1 

o 

34 8 



834 

54135 

2 

o 
3a 



835 



34 

a|33 



55 
*5 
31 
44 
59 

8 
6 

58 
46 



8 31 

9 ^5 
9 



10 35 

11 I 



o 

2 o 

3 ao 

4 3a 



r. I. 

33 8 



2 
2 



3231 III I 
9130 6| 2 
3 

4 

I 

7 



a9 3 
18 10 

^8 9 
29 8 

31 



5937 



33 " 
36 

37 II 

39 3 

39 7 

39 o 
6 



83 



44 »9 



35 4 
2 10 



29 
29 
30 



7 
o 

7 
II 



5 313a 7 



HOLYHEAD. 



MoBimrcK 



Time. 
B. JC. 

8 3 
8 5a 



9 
10 



36 
16 



10 52 

11 a3 
59 

56 



II 

o 
o 



34 
15 

3 
o 

11 

17 
20 

17 
6 

53 



8 

9 

9 

10 38 

11 20 
o 34 



Height. 

F, I. 

14 I 

14 6 

14 9 

15 o 
15 
15 o 
14 10 
14 9 

H 5 



I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



»5 

II 

17 
34 

45 
48 



8 41 



H 

13 

13 
12 

12 

13 
13 

14 

15 
16 

16 

16 



o 
6 
o 
8 
8 
o 



5 

3 
I 

8 

II 



16 6 

15 10 
14 II 

14 

13 
12 

13 
13 

13 



o 

3 
II 

o 

5 

II 



Attxbmoov. 



Time. 

H. H. 

8 28 

9 M 

9 57 

10 34 

ii 7 

11 41 

36 

1 ^5 



I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



54 
38 

31 

35 
44 
49 
49 



8 43 

9 »9 

10 16 

10 58 

11 43 

9] 

1 o 

X 50 

2 42 

3 43 

4 5<5 

6 10 

7 JtP 

8 16 



Height. 
F. L 



4 
4 

4 
5 
5 
4 

4 
4 

3 

3 
2 

2 

2 

3 
4 

4 

5 
6 

6 

6 

6 

6 



3 
8 

II 
I 
I 

II 



KINGSTOWN. 



MOBXIHO, 



2 I 



9 * 34 



3 
10 

7 
9 
3 



10 
8 

5 
10 

II 

ic^ 

3 



Time, 
a. x. 

8 56 

9 5a 

10 34 

11 13 

ii 51 
o 9 

44 

1 20 

57 



14 
I 



3 

4 

458 
6 



7 
8 

9 
10 

10 

II 

Q 

I 



4 
8 



Height. 

F. ] 

9 9 
10 o 

ID 3 

10 .5 

*« 5 

10 5 

ID 3 

10 2 
9 " 
9 8 

9 5 

9 ^ 

8 II 

8 10 

9 J 
9 6 



Aftbbnook. 



II 



610 



10 



5 5 

4 6 

3 7 

3 ol 

2 II 

3 a 

3 8 

4 3 



[een Spring j jgft. ^in. 



gft. Qin. 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



50 
36 

47 
36 

26 
10 

22 

3a 
38 

38 



II 
II 

II 
II 

10 

10 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



o 
6 
o 

4 

4 
I 

8 
2 
8 

2 
o 
2 

5 
9 



Time. 
H« x. 

9 »5 
10 14 

10 53 

11 3a 



Height. 
F. I. 

9 " 
10 2 

10 4 
10 



o 

I 
I 

2 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



27 

2 

38 

15 

54 

37 
29 

29 

3a 

3^ 

8 40 

9 41 

IQ 28 
13 

59 

^3 
12 

I 

50 
41 
41 
48 

57 
6 

10 



II 

II 

o 

I 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

8 

9 

10 



o 3 



10 

10 

10 

9 



4 
3 



9 

9 

9 
8 lol 

8 II 

9 
9 

10 3 
10 

11 2 
II 4 

" 5 
" 3 
10 II 

^o 5 

9 " 

9 ^ 
o 

I 



9 
9 
9 
9 



3 
7 



9 " 



27*0 
28-0 

29*0 

»-5 
^'5 
4-5 

5i 

7'S 

9*5. 

W5 

"•5 
ia'5 

O 
16'$. 

n'5 

i8'S 
19'S 

( 
»a*5 

a3'^ 
»4'5 
15 -5 
26's 

»7*i 



5*^6 



In. 



JEquation of Time at Noon, 



M. fl. 




ILD. 


X. 8. 




ILD. 


K. S. 




U.J>, 


X. 8. 




3 34 


Sub. 


9 


4 5<5 


Sub- 


17 


5 5» 


Sub. 


^5 


6 12 


Sab. : 


S 45 




10 


5 5 




18 


5 5<S 




26 


6 12 




3 5<S 




II 


5 13 




^9 


6 




11 


6 12 




4 7 




12 


5 *o 




20 


6 3 




6 II 




418 




13 


5 a8 




21 


6 6 




29 


6 9 




4 38 


, 


14 


5 34 




22 


6 9 




30 


^ 7 


t 


438 




15 


5 40 




23 


10 




31 


6 4 


. 


4 47 




16 


5 46 




■ 


6 12 








■ 



of Hi^irater are giTen for Mean Time at Places if Qieemrioh wBaShmj 1\ifiA\Mtw$ia«^f-%R 
WMmtnMAMM add u BL I HoLjBEA3> add U n. \ Kivanoinima(lroMi\vut«cTMi»aGL'^\sA. 



i 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 





JULY. 


1864. 






1 

a 


*; 

^ 


,■ f; 


BELFAST. 




LONDONDERRY. 




SUOO BAT 


1 


B^ 
















Monnisa. 


AnBBKOOII. 


MORKINO. 


Afte&koom. 


MOBHIKO. 


\^ 








Tlmn. 


Udgltl. 


Tin„. 


H«. 


Tlmp. 


Height, 


Time. 


Hdght 


Time. 


Helelit. 


itaa 










P. 1. 


H. M. 






B. M. 




<■ 


H. M. 






H. M. 




I. 


H. IL 


F. 


1 


9»J+ 


837 


I ' 


9 " 


8 


9 


5 47 


6 


^9 


6 12 


6 


10 


3 B 


9 


6 


' K 


S. 


1 


,0 46 


9 27 


8 II 


9 50 


9 




6 38 


6 




7 i 


7 





3 54 


9 


^' 


4,(1 


t- 


i 


" 37 


10 12 


9 


10 32 


9 


1 


7 ». 


7 





7 47 


7 


I 


438 


10 


3 


S " 


M. 


A 


oaifi 


10 J2 


9 1 




9 


I 


8 f 


7 


a 


8 24 


7 


3 


5 ao 


10 


6 


S 40 


To. 


5 


I n 


II 30 


9 1 


II 45 


9 


1 


8 42 


7 


3 


856 


7 




6 


10 


7 


6.3 

6 30 


W. 





I 3« 





— 


2 


9 


I 


9 ^3 


7 


J 


9 ^9 


7 





633 


10 


5 


XT., 




2 42 


20 


9 ■> 


38 







9 45 


6 









10 


7 7 






7 '4 


F. 


8 


3 24 


56 


9 


I 14 


8 




10 I? 


6 


9 


10 35 


6 


7 


741 


9 


10 


758 


S. 


9 


4 6 


I 34 


8 II 


I 54 


8 


10 


10 53 


6 


6 


11 13 


6 


4 


8 16 


9 


6 


835 


*. 


10 


4 48 


2 15 


8 9 


2 36 


S 


8 


'I 37 


6 


2 









855 


9 


1 


9 17 


M. 




5 3' 


> 57 


8 6 


3 20 


8 


5 




6 





33 


5 


IC 


9 43 


S 


9 


10 10 


Tu. 


11 


6 16 


3 45 


8 4 


4 II 


8 


3 


I 2 


5 


8 


I 35 


5 


7 


1040 


S 


5 


11 10 


W. 


'3 


7 3 


4 39 


8 2 


5 10 


8 




a II 


5 


7 


= 47 


5 


7 


II 43 


8 


4 


— 


Til. 


14 


7 54 


5 42 


8 i 


614 


8 


I 


3 30 


5 


9 


3 50 


5 




° 15 


8 


4 


48 


F. 




8 49 


6 48 


S I 


7 22 


8 


1 


4 19 


6 




446 


6 


4 




8 


7 


I 55 


S. 


lii 


9 47 


7 5< 


8 4 




8 


6 


5 '^ 


6 


6 


5 3^ 


6 


8 


2 27 


9 





2 54 


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17 


1046 


8 50 


8 9 9 17 


9 





6 1 


6 


ji 


6 27 


7 


I 


3 31 


9 


9 


3 45 


M. 


18 


I. 46 


9 42 


9 2 10 6 


9 


4 


6 53 


7 




7 18 


7 


6 


4 8 




7 


4 31 


To 


'9 




ro 29 


9 6 


10 52 


9 




7 4.3 


7 




8 6 


7 


II 


4 56 




3 


5 =1 


W. 




4,^ 


II 14 


9 8 


II 36 


9 


9 


8 28 


B 




3 48 


8 


2 


.5 45 




9 


6 6 


Th. 




1 42 


,158 


9 9 








9 10 


8 




9 33 


8 


1 


6 28 




10 


6 52 


F. 


13 


2 37 


22 


' i 


047 


9 


9 


9 54 


7 


11 


10 16 


7 


9 


7 '7 




7 


2 ••' 


S. 


43 


3 30 


I 12 


9 8 


I 38 


9 




10 40 


7 




II 4 


7 


5 


8 4 







8 27 


i 


24 


4 22 


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2 31 


p 


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7 




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6 


9 


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iO 


4 


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M. 


2J 


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2 57 


9 I 


3 H 












33 


6 


5 


9 4(5 


9 


7 


10 19 


Tu 


26 


6 6 


3 53 


8 8 


4 23 


8 


6 


I 11 


6 




I 49 


6 




10 52 


9 




II 27 


IV. 


^7 


6 58 


456 


8 4 


5 30 


8 


3 


a 39 


5 


II 


3 7 


5 


It 








3 


Th 


18 


7 SO 


6 4 


S 2 


641 


8 


I 


3 4 


6 




4 14 


6 


J 


39 


8" 


6 


I "5 


F. 


S9 


8 42 


7 IS 


8 1 


7 53 


8 


2 


4 44 


6 




5 " 


6 


3 


' 51 


8 


7 


3 26 


S. 


30 


9 33 


8 22 


8 3 


8 49 


8 


5 


5 3^ 


6 


5 


6 


6 


<5 


> 54 


8 




3 20 


»■ 


3. 


,0 22 


9 15 


8 8 


9 37 


8 


10 


6 34 


6 


8 


647 


6 


S 


3 44 


9 


6 


4 4 


"•"»&':'""■} 4»- g-- 


30. IQto. 


5 


^ill 


PhaseioftheMoon. 




boon's DedinaHon at I\ 


'oon. 


D. H. K. 




JLD. 


« 


, 


VJ>. 




r 


:«.». 


e 




.... 


New • - - - 4 2+ Morning 




I 


ON 


3 


9 


ON 


44 


17 


98 


54 


25 1 


FiratQuarter- I2 3 51 Morning. 




2 





'7 


JO 


3 8. 


22 


18 


8 


17 


2« 1 


Full - - - 19 6 36 Morning. 




3 


9 


30 


11 


7 


32 


'9 


5 


34 


37 1 


Last Quarter - 2 j 8 46 Afternoon. 


4 


7 


49 


12 1 


I 


9 


30 




28 


28 1 






5 


5 


20 


13 " 


4 


33 


21 


6 


48 


29 2 


Tn Apogee - - 8 S Morning. 




5 


a 


14 


14 1 


7 


2D 


33 


I 


47 


30 I 


In Perigee - - 20 2 Afternoon. 


7 


8 


40 


15 ' 


9 


18 


13 


3N 


'5 


31 1 







8 


4 


47 


16 2 


° 


13 


24 


8 







BRITISH AND naSH POSTS. 



AUGUST, 1864. 


DOVEE. 


SHEERNESS, 


LONDON. 


II 


















MOMIKQ. 


AnEBBOOM. 


UoiunKO. 


AnSBMOON. 


MoatTiKo. 


AHEEHOOW. 


-9 


Time. 


B>iebt. 


TimB. 


Hrfght 


Time. 


Helgbt 


Tima. 


HfitU. 


Tinu. 


Height. 


Tine. 


Height 




a. M. 








H. U. 




a. JC 




u. M. 






H. K. 






[O 14 


t6 9 


10 36 


17 1 








J 


14 s 


I 13 


17 





I 36 


17 3 


38-5 


io 5'. 


■; 4 


11 I! 


'7 6 


36 


14 n 


046 


'5 ' 


I 55 


'7 


6 


a 15 


'I s 


• 


11 36 


17 8 


II 34 


17 1= 


I 


13 3 


1 33 


•J 5 


3 34 


18 





3 5» 


•I 3 


0.9 


— 


— 


la 


17 II 


I 39 


■3 6 


»56 


15 7 


3 9 


18 


5 


3 »5 


18 c 


''9 


aS 


18 


44 


18 


a 11 


13 ! 


a 36 


15 7 


3 40 


18 


7 


3 56 


18 a 


3-9 


I I 


17 II 


I 18 


17 10 


a 41 


13 


a 53 


15 6 


4 10 


18 


« 


4 3/ 


18 - 


3'9 


I 3.S 


■7 9 


■ 3" 


17 7 


3 10 


■3 3 


3 »5 


'5 3 


4 43 


18 


6 


458 


.8 , 


4'9 


a 9 


17 4 


3 37 


17 I 


3 41 


■3 • 


358 


14 11 


5 13 


18 


3 


5 38 


18 c 


5"9 


a 45 


lis 9 


3 4 


■« 3 


4 ■« 


14 8 


4 33 


14 5 


5 46 


»7 


10 


6 5 


•7 / 


6-9 


3 aa 


16 


3 44 


13 7 


4 33 


14 I 


5 13 


13 10 


6 33 


»7 


3 


645 




]) . 


4 9 


IJ a 


4 34 


14 9 


3 37 


■3 


6 3 


13 3 


7 7 


16 


7 


7 34 


16 \ 


8-9 


5 I 


'4 J 


3 33 


14 3 


4 36 


13 I 


7 '0 


la 11 


8 3 


16 


1 


8 40 


13 I 


9-g, 


6 II 


'4 4 


6 49 


14 8 


7 3« 


13 


834 


13 I 


9 31 


15 


10 


9 59 


"3 S 


IO-9 


7 19 


13 3 


8 7 


IJ 10 


9 14 


'3 5 


9 5a 


13 10 


10 42 


16 





II 33 


.6 4 


ii-p 


8 39 


16 6 


9 9 


17 3 


10 38 


■4 3 


10 58 


14 9 


1' 57 


16 


9 


— 




ia-9 


9 37 


17 II 


■° 5 


18 7 


II 36 


■3 3 


" JJ 


15 9 


3<5 


17 


3 


5S 


17 IC 


'3'9 


ro 3a 


19 a 


•0 37 


19 8 


— 




i6 


16 a 


I 31 


iS 


4 


1 46 


18 IJ 





II 33 




II 47 


20 3 


41 


i6~, 


I 5 


16 u 


a 10 


19 


5 


3 35 


19 !C 


i5'9 


— 


— 




JO 5 


I 37 


17 a 


I 50 


17 3 


358 


30 


a 


3 19 


3a 5 


16-9 


036 


30 6 


I I 


30 4 


3 13 


17 3 


3 34 


'7 3 


3 42 


20 


6 


4 3 


ao 7 


17-9 


> '5 


30 1 


I 49 


.9 8 


3 s:^ 


17 3 


3 le 


16 11 


4 »3 


ao 


6 


448 


zo 3 


18-9 


a la 


19 3 


a 34 


.8 , 


3 38 


16 7 


4 


16 3 


5 «o 


19 


II 


5 33 


.9 C 


I9'9 


a 56 


17 II 


3 .8 


17 3 


4 33 


;i! 


4 44 


'5 a 


5 54 


'9 





fi i; 


i3 6 


10 'O' 


3 4a 


16 6 


4 8 


■3 9 


^ ' 


5 3.5 


14 a 


64a 


17 


11 


7 7 


'7 4 


(t 


4 34 


IS ■> 


3 3 


■4 6 


« 4 


13 8 


&37 


13 3 


7 34 


16 


9 


8 5 


16 3 


%2-g 


5 38 


14 a 


5 IJ 


14 


I 'i 


13 


7 j8 


13 11 


8 43 


■5 


10 


9a6 


'5 8 


^3-9 


6 i4 


14 a 


7 34 


•4 3 


8 38 


11 II 


9 19 


13 I 


10 6 


15 


<5 


10 45 


'5 7 


H-9 


B lo 


14 10 


8 43 


IS 4 


9 37 


13 4 


10 31 


•J 7 


II 33 


15 


8 


>r 59 


'5 "I 


^5'9 


9 8 


15 9 


9 33 


!« 3 


II J 


13 II 


II a; 


>4 3 


— 




— 


33 


16 4 


i6'9 


9 j4 


16 8 


10 14 


17 


II 48 


.4 6 


— 


— 


54 


16 


8 


I 16 


17 


17-9 


10 33 


17 4 


10 50 


■7 8 


7 


14 10 


35 


'5 • 


I 36 


»7 


5 


' 5.3 


17 9 


38-9 


^— } 9»- 


4'"- 


8«- 0'"- 


9'^ 7i- 1 




Eipiation of Time at Noon. 






M. ■. 




jtn 


H. s. 




ILB. 


K. B. 




ILD. 


K. B. 




6 I 


Sub. 




) 3 ■" 


Sub. 


17 


3.46 


Sub. 


^5 


I 47 


Snb. 


S 57 






> 3 3 




i3 


3 32 




3<5 


1 31 




5 5' 






4 34 




19 


3 19 




i»7 


I 14 




S 47 






' 4 44 




20 


3 5 




aS 


o.5fi 




5 41 






4 33 




ai 


3 50 




"9 


of 




ri 






* 4 a3 




aa 


a 35 




, 30 










S 4 11 




>3 


3 19 




31 






i ao 






3 3 38 




24 


3 4 











60 












TIDE TABLES FOB THE 














AUGUST, 1864. 


*; 


R 


.«H 


HARWICH. 


HULL. 


BUIfDERLAIJD. 


i 




li 
























1 


3 


"H 


Mo&XIKO 




Afternoon. 


MOBSINO. 


Atterkooh. 


MOBMINO. 


Attessooi 








Time, 


H«lght. 


111110. 


Height 


Time. 


Height 


Tlmp. 


n«ght 


Time 


Hdght 


Time. 


lU^h 














U. M. 








n. M. 




H. U. 




a. K. 




M. 


I 


UralO 


II 17 


10 


9 


It 39 


lo u 


5 33 


18 10 


J 54 


19 c 


3 38 


12 8 


> 51 


13 1 


Fu 


^ 


.. s6 


" 59 


(I 






— 


6 '5 


19 3 


636 


19 6 


3 u 


'3 I 


3 29 


13 


W. 




oa+o 


19 


[I 


1 


~36 


II 2 


654 


19 8 


7 " 


19 IC 


3 46 


13 6 


4 a 


13 


rh 


4 


I 22 


53 


It 


3 


I 8 


II 3 


7 2/ 


20 


7 44 




4 .8 


13 9 


4 34 


13 1 


F. 


■ 


a 4 


1 ^5 




a 


1 41 


II 2 


8 


10 1 


8 14 


ao I 


4 49 


13 10 


5 4 


13 


s. 


6 


2 46 


I 55 


" 


' 


3 H 


11 


829 


ao 


84s 


19 10 


5 19 


13 8 


5 35 


13 


fr- 


7 


32ft 


3 37 


10 


11 


2 43 


10 10 


9 


•9 7 


9 i« 


19 4 


5 51 


13 4 


6 7 


13 


M. 


8 


4 "1 


» 59 


10 


9 


3 16 


10 8 


9 34 


19 


9 5' 


18 i 


6 35 


13 11 


644 


12 


ru. 


9 


4 57 


3 34 


10 


6 


3 51 


10 4 


10 8 


.8 4 


10 38 


17 II 


7 3 


"=> 5 


7 "4 


la 


w. 


10 


5 45 


4 9 


10 


3 


4 a; 


10 4 


10 50 


'I i 


II i; 


17 I 


7 45 


tl iO 


8 10 


II 


Th. 


II 


6 37 


4 51 


9 


II 


5 17 


9 9 


II 48 


16 8 


— 


— 


837 


" 3 


9 8 


II 


F. 


12 


7 3' 


.5 45 


9 


8 


6 17 


9 7 


21 


,6 4 


J4 


16 2 


9 41 


10 1 1 


10 32 


10 I 


s. 


'3 


8 ap 


6 59 


9 


8 


7 4^ 


9 9 


I 31 


16 a 


a 9 


16 3 




10 II 


II 39 


II 


»■ 


M 


9 3" 


8 33 


9 




8 59 


10 3 


a 45 


,S 9 


3 ai 


\IA 


_ 





13 


II I 


M. 


15 


11 26 


9 35 


(0 


6 


10 7 


10 10 


3 57 


18 a 


4 27 


47 


11 a 


I 17 


12 • 


Tu. 


16 


11 24 


■o 37 


ti 


I 


" 3 


'I 5 


4 55 


,9 8 


5 ao 


20 4 


I 47 


13 3 


3 14 


13 ! 


W. 


•7 


norn. 


I. 39 


It 


9 


11 54 


12 


5 45 


ai 


6 10 


ai 6 


3 41 


H 3 


3 6 


'4 i 


th. 


f8 


21 




- 




18 


13 a 


635 


aa 


6 58 


32 S 


3 a8 


15 I 


3 50 


'5 ; 


P. 


'9 


1 17 


40 


12 


3 


I 3 


12 4 


7 21 


aa 7 


7 44 


33 9 


4 12 


15 a 


4 34 


15 ( 


s. 




2 13 


1 *5 


13 


4 


. 48 


.2 3 


8 7 


aa 9 


8 a9 


21 7 


456 


15 9 


5 18 


15 ; 


»■ 




3 6 


3 10 


12 


3 


a 33 


13 


8 5" 


aa 3 


9 14 


31 8 


5 41 


15 a 


6 5 


14 i 


M. 


12 


3 59 


» 5*5 


II 


9 


3 19 


II 6 


9 36 


ai I 


9 58 


20 4 


(5 28 


14 4 


651 


13 " 


Tu, 


a.3 


4 S3 


3 40 




3 


4 1 




10 19 


•H 7 


10 44 




7 15 


13 4 


7 40 




W. 


34 


5 4^' 


4 23 


10 


7 


448 


10 4 


II 14 


18 1 


II ^c 


17 4 


8 7 


la 3 


836 


II ( 


rh. 


^5 


6 39 


5 1^ 


10 




5 46 


9 10 


— 


— . 




16 8 


9 8 


II 3 


9 45 


■0 ti 


F. 


16 


7 30 


6 31 


9 


8 


7 5 


9 7 


58 


16 3 


• 3i 


ifi 


10 36 


10 9 


II 5 


10 s 


s. 


V 


8 20 


7 47 


9 


7 


827 


9 8 


3 13 


15 II 


a 49 


i6 2 


II 43 






— 


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i8 


9 8 


9 4 


9 


10 


9 38 


10 


3 a5 


16 ; 


4 ° 


'2 ' 


17 


II I 


JO 


II i 


M. 


19 


9 54 






3 


'o 37 


10 5 


4 30 


17 7 


4 S6 


18 I 


I 20 


u 9 


I 46 


IS 1 


ra. 


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10 


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10 IC 


5 '7 


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11 9 


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31 


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19 7 


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5«-9^- 


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7"- 2'"- 


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JfoonV 2?«6n 


2twH at Noon. , 


D, H. 


M, 


M.D. 


, 


U.S. 


, 


U.D. 


, 


MJX 


. > 


New 2 i 


34 Afternoon. 


1 


I 6k. 4 


9 


133.18 


'2 


8S.57 


"5 


I9K.J7 


First Quarter- 10 j 57 Afternoon. 


2 


13 10 


10 


't 'i 


18 


3 59 


36 


19 43 


FuU 17 1 


36 Afternoon. 


3 


9 4^ 




i3 33 


19 


IN. It 


27 


18 i% 


Last Quarter - 34 6 


4 Morning. 


4 


6 


13 


19 47 


20 


6 II 


aS 


16 a 






5 




13 


ao I 


31 


10 42 


29 


13 ii 


In Apogee - - 4 S 


Afternoon. 


6 


2 8. 3 


14 


19 I 


22 


14 >8 


30 


10 jj 


In Perigee - - 17 10 


Afternoon. 


7 


6 3 


•5 


16 44 


33 


17 20 


31 


6 flf 


In Apogee- -31 12 


Midnight. 


8 


9 51 


16 


13 18 


24 


19 10 







The tiioei of High Wiur an gircnftrUeu Time at Place; ifGncniricliaTBallinTTiawlMnqiiind,— (> 



BBinSH AND ntlSH PORTS. 



61 



AUGUST, 1864. 



NOBTH SHIELDa 



MOBKIKG 


f. 


Time. 


Height. 


H. M. 


r. 


I. 


a 32 


II 


6 


3 II 


12 





3 47 


12 


5 


4 19 


12 


7 


451 


12 


7 


5 ^3 


12 


5 


5 55 


12 


2 


6 29 


II 


10 


7 5 


II 


4 


7 49 


10 


9 


8 44 


10 





9 53 


9 


9 


" 13 


10 





... 




- 


59 


II 


I 


I 54 


12 





a 43 


13 


2 


3 a8 


14 





4 13 


14 


6 


4 59 


14 


5 


5 45 


14 





6 32 


13 


3 


7 17 


12 


3 


8 12 


II 


I 


9 18 


10 


I 


lo 38 


9 


8 


II 56 


9 


10 


31 


10 





I 3i 


10 


7 


2 16 


II 


3 


2 52 


[2 






ArrBSKOOH. 



Time. 
H. M. 

2 52 

3 30 

4 3 

4 36 

5 7 

5 39 

6 II 

6 47 

7 26 

8 15 

9 17 

10 341 

11 52 

27 

1 28 



2 19 

3 5 

3 50 

4 36 

5 a» 

6 9 

6 54I12 

7 43 

8 43 

9 57 
II 17 



Height. 
». I. 

II 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



9 

3 
6 

7 
6 

3 



12 

II 

II 

10 4 
9 10 
9 10 

10 3 



10 
II 
12 

13 
14 
14 
14 



8 
6 



LEITH. 



MoBKiira. 



Time. 

H. M. 

1 27 

2 9 

a 45 
3 15 

3 47 

4 17 



o| 4 50 

5 ^3 

6 I 

6 44 

7 40 

8 45 
10 8 



Height. 
r. I. 



I 2 

I 55 
a 35 
3 8 



13 



4 
6 

3 

8 

9 
II 9 

10 6 

9 10 

9 9 



10 3 

10 II 

11 8 
la 3 



II 20 

48 

1 39 

2 26 

3 9 

3 53 

4 40 

5 a6 

6 13 

7 6 

8 12 

9 33 

10 49 

11 57 

25 

[ 10 

1 48 



4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



5 
o 

5 
8 

7 
5 



5 

4 9 
4 2 
3 6 
2 10 

* 5 

2 7 

3 3 

4 II 
6 3 



7 
7 
7 

7 
6 



3 
8 

7 

I 

4 

2 



5 

3 II 
2 10 

a 4 
a 4 

2 10 

3 3 

4 I 
4 II 



Aftebkooit. 



Time. 
H. X. 

1 49 

2 28 

3 01 

3 31 

4 I 

4 34 

5 6 

5 43 

6 22 

7 9 

8 II 

9 28 

10 45 

11 54 
o 22 



Height. 



I 
2 

2 

3 
4 



14 

3 

48 

31 
16 



5 3 
5 49 
<5 39 
7 38 
849 

10 12 

11 24 

49 

1 30 
a 5 



r. 

4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

4 

4 

3 

3 
2 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
7 



3 

7 

7 
6 

3 

11 
Oil 

10 
2 



5 
10 

9 
3 
7 
9 
7 
9 



7 5 

6 

5 



THUBSO. 



MoBHiiro. 



Time. 
H. If. 

7 40 

8 16 

8 48 

9 20 

951 
10 24 

10 s^ 
I 35 



36 

1 30 
a 37 
4 6 



5 
6 

7 
7 



22 

a^ 

9 

53 

8 36 

9 20 
10 



4 

6 



4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

3 
4 
5 3 



910 54 
9|n 42 

o 

o 

2 

3 
4 



8 
7 



lg«8pringj gft. 8*"- I 



gft. 2^. 



6 

58 

3 
28 

50 



6 49 

7 ^5 
7 55 



Heii^t 
r. I. 



II 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

II 
II 

10 

9 
9 
9 

9 
II 

12 

13 
14 
14 
14 

13 
12 

12 

10 

9 
9 
9 

9 
10 

ri 

12 



8 

3 
6 

7 
6 

3 

10 

3 

4 

9 

4 
5 

II 
I 
6 

9 
6 

8 

5 

8 

7 
o 

10 

9 

3 
I 

6 

5 
5 
3 



Aftsbkook. 



Time. 

H. M. 

7 58 

8 33 

9 4 
9 36 

10 7 
10 40 



II 

11 

o 

I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



15 

54 

14 
I 

2 

22 

45 

55 
47 
31 



857 

9 43 
10 30 

18 



II 

o 
I 

2 

4 
5 

6 

7 

7 
8 



31 
28 

41 
10 

26 

^7 

9 
40 

9 



Hde^t. 
F. I. 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

II 
II 
10 
10 

9 
9 
9 

10 
II 

13 
14 
14 
14 
14 

13 

II 
IC 

9 
9 
9 

10 
10 
II 
12 



7 
7 
4 



ii 



•4 



D. 

o|28.5 



8 



0*9 
1.9 
2 •9 

3-9 



7|4*9 

^/^ 
o*9. 

J 
8-9 

4l9'9 
710*9 

511*9 
912-9 

2f3-9 

O 

15 '9 
i6»9 

17.9 

j8*9 
19.9 
^0*9 

5pa.9 
23-9 
24.9 

^5 '9 
26*9 

1027*9 

^28*9 



3 
8 

7 



5 
3 



I 

2 


II 






;ft. Tin. 



6«-7 



EqwUion of Time at Noon. 



6 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



8. 
I 

57 
5a 

47 
41 

35 
28 

20 



Sub. 



M.D. 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 



5 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 



8. 

12 

3 

54 

44 

33 
22 

II 
58 



Sub. 



lf.D. 

17 
18 

19 
20 

21 

22 

^3 

a4 



3 
3 
3 

3 

2 

2 

2 
2 



8. 
46 
3a 
19 

5 

50 

35 
19 

4 



Sub. 



f.D. 

^5 
26 

a7 
28 

29 

30 
31 



I 
I 
I 
o 
o 
o 
o 



8. 

47 
31 
14 
56 
38 
20 
2 



Sub. 



«of High Water are giyenlbr Mean Time at Place $ if Greenwich or Baflway Time he requiredy---ito 
VoBm Bbibumi add em. | Ibxtk mM iSm. | Tsubso ocTd Um. 



BS 
























AUGUST, 1864. 


n 


1 


.^^ 


QEEENOCK, 


LIVERPOOL. 




FBMBBOEE. 


It 


1 


II 
















ArTEBKOoic. 


MOSMIHO. 


A>TERlIOOH. 


Mossmo. 


Aftbi 








Tinw. 


Udghl. 


Time, 


Hdgbl. 


Time 


Heicbl. 


Tint. 


Height. 


Ti™. 


Bi^^ 


TlSK. 








B. H. 




1. 


a. M. 




O. K 










H. M. 




.1. 


H. v. 


H. 




II'SIQ 


11 II 


8 


11 


11 33 


9 


10 3 


23 5 


10 4 


^3 


5 


5 14 


I's 


? 


5 3? 


Tp, 


3 


M 56 


'i 5+ 


9 


2 


— 




11 


34 J 


11 aj 


»4 


5 


5 59 


'9 


3 


^•? 


W. 


3 


0040 


13 


9 


3 


31 


9 4 


11 4 


2+ 8 


"I 5S 


24 


IC 


6 33 


'9 




6 49 


Th 


4 


1 32 


048 


9 


5 


I 5 


9 5 





— 


° '5 


14 


II 


7 6 


ao 


■I 


7 aa 


F. 




a 4 


I 31 


9 


6 


I 36 


9 e 


3 


35 


4; 


35 





7 36 


ao 


I 


7 5' 


a. 


6 


3 4O 


I 5i 


9 


6 


a 7 


9 6 


I 


24 ij 


I '7 


34 


8 


8 7 


19 


id 


833 


»■ 


7 


3 a8 


a 31 


9 


5 


a 37 


9 4 


I 33 


24 4 


I 4 


34 





839 


19 


4 


8 5« 


M. 


S 


4 II 


3 54 


9 


3 


3 ti 


9 a 


2 ^ 


33 8 




33 


3 


9 U 




8 


9 30 


To. 


9 


4 57 


3^8 




1 


3 4^5 


8 11 


a 3S 


aa p 


^"^^ 




3 


9 4'^ 


17 


10 


10 4 


W, 


IC 


.5 45 


4 4 






4 37 


8 E 


3 i' 


ai 9 


3 38 




a 


10 34 


16 


10 


10 4? 


v>. 


II 


637 


4 5> 


8 


7 


5 20 


1 ^ 


4' , 


30 7 


43S 


ao 


3 


11 10 


'5 


la 


11 36 


F. 


13 


7 31 


5 5' 


8 


3 


629 


8 3 


5 !<: 


19 JO 


5 53 


19 


10 










^ 


13 


8»9 


7 8 


8 


3 


7 48 


8 3 


6 3 


ao 1 


7 ^£ 




7 


49 


'5 


5 


I 34 


» 


^4 


9 »7 


837 


8 


6 


9 4 


8 9 


7 5J 


ai 3 


83 


23 


a 


a 18 


16 


4 


*5« 


M. 


15 


lO 26 


9 37 


8 


11 


10 7 


^ S 


9 


13 a 


9 » 


34 


1 


3 33 


18 


I 


4 5 


Td. 


16 


11 24 


10 34 


9 


5 




9 a 


9 53 


as I 




i6 




4 35 


■9 




L^ 


W. 


17 


mom. 


II aj^ 


9 


10 


II 54 


JO c 


10 4 


36 8 


II C 


a? 


4 


5 33 




6 


Th, 


16 


ai 








18 


10 3 


11 3<: 


a7 11 


II S3 


33 


3 


6 31 


32 


8 


644 


P. 


*9 


I 17 


41 


10 


4 


1 5 


"= 5 


— 


— 


iC 


28 


S 


7 -^ 


33 


3 


7 a? 


S. 


M 


3 13 


I aS 


lO 


5 


I 51 


'o 5 


35 


a8 5 


I 


38 


3 


7 5 


33 




8,j 


*. 




3 e 


3 13 


10 


4 


3 85 


10 2 


I aj 


a; 9 


I 4J 


»7 





8 36 


33 




«5H 


M. 


33 


3 59 


a .57 


JO 


D 


3 J7 


9 9 


3 7 


afi 3 


3 26 


=•5 


4 


9 »o 


20 


7 


9 39 


To, 


?3 


4 53 


3 37 


9 


6 


4 


9 3 


2 4s 


^4 5 


3 I 


33 


6 




18 




.0 .J 


W. 


^4 


5 46 


4 ^5 


9 





4 51 


8 9 


3 3-: 


aa 6 


4 ^ 


31 


S 


lo 46 


17 


I 




Th 


*5 


fl 39 


5 31 


8 


6 


5 54 


8 4 


4 3t 


ao 6 


5 i^ 


20 





11 3S 


15 


6 


— 


P. 


26 


7 30 


6 33 


8 


a 


7 13 


8 


5 jE 


■ 9 8 


6 4 


'9 


7 


15 


■5 


a 


° 55 


S. 


17 


8 30 


7 53 


8 


I 


8 3> 


8 2 


7 3- 


19 10 


8 t 






I 4C 


15 


1 


..J 


*■ 


a8 


9- ^ 


9 7 


8 


4 


9 40 


8 6 


8 3 


20 9 


9 "1 


31 


5 


3 


15 


11 


3 35 


M. 


>9 


9 54 


10 6 


8 


8 


10 30 


8 9 


9 ^E 


22 


9 5 


23 


S 


4 4 


'Z 


3 


4 3« 


Tu 


JO 


'°i' 


10 5' 


8 


II 


II II 


9 


10 5 


'3 3 


10 3 


33 


9 


4 53 


18 


4 


5 M 


W. 


31 




11 30 


9 


a 


11 47 


9 3 


10 4i 


24 a 


" 


34 


(5 


5 34 


19 


3 


5 J> 


H»UM<«n Spring) 
R*nw. J 


— 4n. 10'"- 


J3fl. Qin. 


lot- 6'"- 


Phases of the 


jtfoon. 


Mootit Declination at Noon. 


D H 


M. 


M-D. 


, 


«J). 






M.I.. 







M.I.. = 






1 1 


6n. 4 


9 




18 


17 


8 s. 


57 
59 




Flret Qnnrtcr - lo 557 Aflemooo. 




3 10 


6 


'i 


18 


3 


36 li 


Full 17 I 


36 All«nioon. 


3 


9 4« 


II 


8 


38 


19 


IN 


11 


'' ■' 


lABt Quarter - 14 6 


4 Morning. 


4 


6 


J3 


9 


47 


30 


6 


II 


a8 II 






5 




13 J 










42 


39 I. 


In Apogee - - 4 8 


Afternoon, 


6 


3 3-3 


14 


9 


I 


33 


4 


28 


30 I 


In Perigee - - 17 10 


Aftornoon. 


7 


6 3 


'i 


6 


44 


33 


7 




3' 


In Apogee - -31 la 


Midnight. 


8 


9 51 


j6 


3 


j8 


34 


9 


10 





Tlw time* of High WittT are giren fcr Mean Hme « Pl»cei if Greenwich or JWlw«y TiBie be rtqiii 
OunrocK odd wm, | ■ LitibioolwWM d, I 



BRITISH AND IBI8B PG6,T8. 



6» 

1 















- 


AUGUST, : 


L864. 
















»■■ *«■ ■« ^iw^^ 


STON-SUPEE-MARB. 


HOLYHEAD. 


KIKGSTOWN. 


• 


dktri 








Nd. ■ 


ArrBmMooir. 


IfoBNiira 


\, -'■ 


AjREiiKooir. 


IfoSKIKO. 


' AinrEBKOON. 


e. ' 


Hcili^i 


Tfine. 


Hdisiit; 


■Time.' 


nflil^lt. 


Time. 


HMglit 


TIttie. 


a€l^M> 


Tlme.- 


Heigfati 


, 


IE. 


V. I. 


H. K. 


ir. 


1. 


H. K. 


V. 


I. 


H. M. 


r. 


V 


H. M. 


F. 


'• 


B. M. 


F. I. 


D. 


55 


33 3 


6 18 


33 


10 


' 9 ii2 


H 


6 


9 4a 


H 


8|io 21 


10 


o{io 39 


10 4»8«'5'| 


M 


34 5 


^ 59 


34 


9 


10 I 


H 


IT 


lb 18 


15 


1 


10 58 


10 


4 


n 15 


10 


• 


n 


35 i 


7 34 


35 


7 


10 $3 


15 


,2 


lb 47 


15 


3 


II 31 


10 


7 


II 47 


10 7 


O'pf 


;o 


35 9 


5 5 


35 


10 


II 2 


15 


4 


II 17 


*5 


4 





■ 


— 


4 


10 7 


1.9 


&o 


35 xo 


8 34 


35 


9 


II 3a 


15 


4 


U 48 


^5 


3 


20 


10 


7 


T1 


10 


I'pr 


^9 


35 7 


9 4 


35 


4 


— 




^ 


5 


15 


2 


51 


XO 


6 


10 5 


3 '9 


i8 


35 


9 33 


34 


6 


21 


15 





b 38 


14 


9 


I 24 


10 


3 


I 40 


10 3 


4p- 


^9 


33 11 


10 3 


33 


3 


57 


H 


7 


X 16 


14 


4 


I 58 


10 


b 


2 16 


9 10 


5 '9 


r8 


3a 6 


10 33 


31 


8 


I 35 


»4 





I 56 


13 


9 


a 35 


9 


9 


a 55 


9 > 


6«9 


)i 


30 9 


11 14 


29 


11 


2 17 


13 


5 


2 42 


13 


I 


3 16 


9 


4 


3 40 


9 a 


> 


P 


29 2 


— 


- 


— 


3 11 


12 


10 


3 43 


12 


7 


4 10 


9 





4 41 


B 10 


8*9 


to 


28 7 


48 


28 


4 


4 j8 


12 


5 


5 I 


12 


6 


5 M 


8 


9 


5 5» 


8 J 


9'9 


i8 


a8 6 


2 9 


29 





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12 


8 


6 19 


12 


II 


6 29 


8 


10 

i 


7 6 


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29 ji 


3 3a 


31 


I 


<5 54 


13 


4 


7 a7 


13 


9 


7 42 


9 


4 


8 17 


9 7 


11*9 


to 


3a 5 


4 45 


33 


II 


7 S7 


H 


4 


8 24 


H 


II 


8 49 


9 


II 


9 20 


lO 3 


12*9 


[6 


35 <5 


5 46 


36 


II 


8 48 


'5 


6 


9 12 


16 





9 47 


XO 


7 


10 12 


10 II 


i3'9 


t4 


38 1 


6 40 


39 


I 


9 36 


16 


6 


10 


16 


II 


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XI 


2 


ro s6 


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4 


39 10 


7 28 


40 


6 


10 21 


17 


2 


10 41 


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4 


II 18 


II 


8 


II 41 


" 9 


^S'9 


;i 


40 9 


8 13 


40 


9 


II 2 


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5 


II 24 


17 


5 


— 


- 


— 


4 


II 9 


io»9 


14 


40 8 


855 


40 





" 47 


17 


4 


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— 


M 


27 


II 


8 


50 


II ; 


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9 3^ 


38 


3 


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17 





35 


16 


7 


I 14 


II 


5 


I 38 


II a 


18 9 


15 


37 


10 12 


35 


7 


I 


16 


2 


I 24 


15 


7 


2 I 


10 


IQ 


2 24 


10 7 


19.9 


|o 


34 a 


10 50 


32 


8 


I 47 


15 





2 12 


14 


6 


a 47 


XO 


a 


3 II 


9 " 


20»9 


t3 


31 I 


II 41 


*§ 


9 


a 39 


13 


II 


3 9 


13 


4 


3 38 


9 


7 


4 8 


? 3 


a 




— 


14 


28 


9 


3 44 


12 


10 


4 22 


12 


6 


4 4a 


9 





5 18 


8 10 


22*9 


;a 


28 I 


I 33 


^7 


9 


5 6 


12 


4 


5 45 


12 


4 


556 


8 


8 


<5 33 


I 5 


23-9 


^5 


27 11 


a 55 


28 


3 


6 23 


12 


5 


658 


12 


7 


7 10 


8 


10 


7 45 


8 II 


24-9 


J5 


29 01 


4 12 


30 





7 30 


12 


II 


8 


13 


3 


8 20 


9 


2 


8 52 


9 4 


»5-9 


^3 


30 "1 


5 11 


31 


II 


8 25 


13 


8 


8 46 


H 





9 ^9 


9 


6 


9 44 


9 9 


26'9 


J4 


3» ", 


5 55 


33 


9 


9 4 


14 


4 


9 21 


14 


8 


10 4 


10 





10 21 


10 a 


27.9 


'5 


34 5 

1 


6 33 


34 


11 


938 


H 


II 


9 54 


15 


2 


10 36 


10 


4 


10 51 


10 6 


28.9 


Bprixig| jgft. Jin. | 


gft. Qin. 




Sn. gta. 1 




Equation of Time at Noon. 


i 


8. 




M. D. 


X. 8. 






X.D. 


x. 


s. 




V.D. 


X. 8. 




I 


Sub. 


9 


5 i» 


Sub. 1 


17 


3 


46 


Sub. 


^5 


I 47 


Sub. 


57 




10 


5 3 






18 


3 


3a 




26 


I 31 




5» 




II 


4 54 






^9 


3 


'9 




»7 


I 14 




47 




T2 


4 44 






20 


3 


5 




28 


56 




41 




13 


4 33 






21 


2 


50 




29 


38 




^^ 




14 


4 22 






22 


2 


35 




50 


20 




28 




15 


4 i^ 






23 


2 


^9 




31 


2 




20 




16 


3 58 






24 


2 


4 











llig^ Water are giyen for Mean Time at Place; if Qreeiiwich or Railway Time be reqaired,->fbr 
tunatrMAMM Odd 12 m. 1 HoLTHSAO add 18 m. I KatanomrMUfvet 1 m.f!Dr Dablin Tim^ 



M 
























AUGUST, 


1864. 






3 >= 


■li 


BELFAST. 


LOKDONBERRY. 




SLIGO BA 


1 


il 




































£;^ 


MoaaiMG 




ArTEaaoon. 


MOMISO. 


Afiebkoon. 




■ 


At 






Time. 


Hoight. 


Time. 


Height 


Time. 


HelBbl. 


Time. 


Height 


Time 


Helftht. 


tin 




H. M. 


EL M. 






U. H. 




U. H 






B. H. 






U. K. 


r. 




a. 


M. 




9 59 


8 


■ .■ ,0 ,8 


9 ° 


7 IC 


6 


" 


7 31 


7 





4 34 


10 





4 


Til 


2 1lV 


lo 37 


9 


j'O 54 


9 a 


7 5 


7 




8 8 


7 


3 


5 4 


ID 


5 


5 


W. 


J oa40 




9 




II 25 


9 2 


823 


7 


4 


8 38 


7 


4 


5 35 


10 


8 


5 


Tb 


t I 32 


11 40 


9 


2 


" 55 


9 3 


8 52 


7 


4 


9 7 


7 


4 


6 ic 


JO 


g 


6 


F. 


5 1 4 










9 a 


9 21 


7 


3 


9 35 


7 




6 4C 




8 


6 


8. 


6 2 4^ 


27 


9 


3 


44 


9 2 


9 5^ 


7 


' 


10 5 


6 


11 


7 13 


10 


5 


7 


*. 


7 3 ^8 


I 


9 


I 


r 16 


9 ° 


10 i^ 


6 


10 


10 37 


6 


S 


7 43 


10 





8 


M. 


B 4 1' 


1 3(> 


8 


I' 


1 5^ 


8 io 


■o 55 


6 


6 


II »5 


6 


4 


8 18 


9 


6 


8 


Tu 


P 4 5; 


3 16 


8 


9 


238 


8 8 


11 40 


6 






— 




857 




1 


9 


W. I 


,1 43 


3 


8 


6 


3 ^4 


8 4 


C 


5 


II 


ols 


5 


8 


9 4S 


8 


7 




Thi 


. 637 


3 5^ 


8 


3 


4 ^3 


8 2 


1 "3 


5 


7 


1 51 


5 


6 


.052 


8 


3 


II 


F. I 


3 7 5' 


4 55 


8 




5 33 


8 


3 30 


5 


6 


3 11 


5 


8 










S. 1 


3 8 ap 


6 II 


8 


° 


6 so 


8 1 


3 48 


5 




4 22 





I 


045 


8 


•f 


I 


»• ■ 


4 9 s7 


7 37 


8 


2 


8 1 


8 5 


4 5 


6 


4 


5 iS 


6 


7 




8 


10 


a 


M. I 


510 26 


8 .3i 


8 


8 


8 s8 


9 


.^ 43 


6 


10 


6 8 


7 




3 2 


9 


8 


3 


Tq.i 


5 II 14 


9 ;.3 


9 


3 


948 


9 6 


fi34 


7 


.? 


7 ° 


7 


9 


3 5= 




8 


4 


W. 1 


7 morn 




9 


S 


'0 35 


9 IC 


7 2'' 


8 





7 50 


8 




4 3S 


II 


6 


5 


Th I 


8 ai 


1° 57 


9 




II 19 


9 " 


8 Tl 


8 


5 


8 32 


8 


<5 


5 27 






5 ■ 


F. I 


9 1 17 


II 40 


9 


II 






853 


8 


6 


9 14 


8 


5 


6 ic 


13 


3 


6 


S. » 


I 12 


3 


9 




26 


911 


9 35 


8 


3 


9 56 


8 




65^ 


la 


I 


7 


t- ' 


1 3 6 


5° 


9 


10 


I 14 


9 9 


10 i; 


7 


10 


10 39 


7 


7 


7 4 


11 


4 


8 


M. 1 


J 3 59 


I 38 


9 


7 


2 3 


9 4 


ti 2 


7 


3 


II 37 


6 


11 


8 2J 


10 


6 


8 . 


Td, 1 


3 4 53 


a a? 


9 


I 


a 54 


8 10 


u 5S 


6 


« 


— 


— 




9 14 


9 


7 


9- 


W. 2 


4 S 4* 


3 21 


8 


8 


3 5' 


8 S 


33 


6 


' 


1 11 


5 


IC 


10 17 


8 


9 




Th » 


5 15 39 


4 2.1 


8 


3 


4 59 


8 1 


1 53 


5 


8 


a 34 


5 


7 




8 


3 


— 


F. ■ 


6 7 30 


5 37 


8 





6 '5 


7 I' 


3 15 


5 


7 


3 5' 


5 


9 


"ic 


8 


» 


1 


S. 1 


7 8 30 


6 55 


7 




7 32 


7 iJ 


4 \ 


5 


u 


4 55 


6 


a 


J 38 


8 


3 


* 


*. ' 


898 


8 5 


8 


1 


8 34 


8 3 


5 2 


6 


3 


5 46 


6 


4 


2 37 


8 


7 


3 


M. . 


9 9 54 


8 58 


8 


6 


9 20 


8 8 


6 s 


6 


6 


6 30 


6 


8 


3 as 


9 


> 


3' 


Tuj 


0.0 38 


9 39 


8 


10 


9 57 


9 ' 


6jc 


6 


10 


7 9 


7 


o 


4 6 


9 


10 


4 ■ 


W. ) 


1 II 21 


10 14 


9 


' 


io 30 


9 > 


7 27 


7 


^ 


7 44 


7 


3 


44c 


10 


^ 


4. 




4ft, 9„i. 


git. IQi"- 


5"- 7"- 


rham of A, 


Jt/oo(t, 


Moon** Declination at !foon. 


D. n. 


u. 


«I.D. 






K.D. 





< 


«;d. 





, 


».D. 


New 2 2 


34 Afternoon. 


I I 


6ji. 


4 


9 


138. 


8 


17 


Ss 


57 


25 


First Quarter lo J ^7 Afternoon. 


3 I 


3 


10 


10 


16 


4 


18 


3 


59 


26 


Full .7 I 


36 Afternoon. 


3 


9 


+6 


II 


18 


3 


■9 


IN 




27 


Last Quarter- 2^ (5 


4 Morning. 


4 


6 





13 


'9 47 




6 


II 


iS 






5 


2 




13 













39 


In Apogee - - 4 8 


Afternoon. 


6 


29. 


3 


14 


19 




22 


4 


28 


30 


In Perigee- - 17 10 


Afternoon. 


7 


6 


3 


15 


.6 44 


33 




30 


31 


In Apogee- - 31 12 


Midnight. 


8 


9 


51 


rfi 


'3 


' 


24 


9 


10 





BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



65 



AUGUST, 1864. 




WATERFORD. 



MosmKG 


\. 


Time. 


Height. 


H. M. 


P. 


I. 


4^5 


II 


3 


5 10 


II 


7 


5 44 


II 


9 


6 17 


II 


II 


6 49 


12 





7 ao 


12 


.0 


7 50 


II 


10 


8 22 


II 


6 


8 54 


II 


2 


9 30 


10 


8 


10 25 


10 


2 


II 33 


9 


10 


10 


9 


9 


I 24 


10 


3 


2 40 


II 


I 


3 45 


II 


II 


4 44 


12 


9 


5 32 


13 


3 


6 18 


13 


6 


7 4 


13 


6 


7 48 


13 


I 


8 29 


12 


6 


9 8 


II 


8 


9 54 


10 


9 


II 


9 


II 


— 


— 


- 


51 


9 


8 


2 6 


10 





3 13 


10 


7 


4 3 


II 


3 


4 45 


II 


7 



APTERKOOy. 



Time, 
n. u. 

448 

5 28 

6 o 

<5 33|ia 

7 51'^ 

7 36jii 

8 6:11 

8 38'ii 

9 II 

9 55 
10 57 



Height. 
F. I. 

II ' 

II i 

II I] 



47 

3 

14 
15 

9 
55 
41 
26 



2 

3 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 

8 

8 48 

9 29 
10 25 

" 37 
o 

I 



2 

3 
4 
5 



29 

4a 
40 

24 
3 



10 
10 

9 

10 

10 
II 
12 

13 
13 
13 
13 

12 
12 
II 
10 

9 
9 
9 

10 
10 
II 
II 



II 



If Moan Spring 7 
Range. ) 



&"' 2 



in. 



Equation of Time at Noon, 



M. 8. 




M. D. 


M. 8. 




U. D. 


U. 8. 




U. D. 


6 I 


Sub. 


9 


5 la 


Sub. 


17 


3 4<5 


Sub. 


25 


5 57 




10 


5 3 




18 


3 32 




26 


5 52 




II 


4 54 




19 


3 19 




27 


5 47 




12 


4 44 




20 


3 5 




28 


5 41 




13 


4 33 




21 


2 50 




29 


5 35 




H 


4 22 




22 


2 35 




30 


5 ^8 




15 


4 II 




23 


2 19 




31 


5 20 




16 


3 58 




24 


2 4 







If. 


8. 


I 


47 


I 


31 


I 


14 





5^^ 





J8 





20 





2 




of Iligh Water are given for Mean Time at Tluce; if Dublin or lUrilway Tinio be rcqaired,~for 
Galwat tM 11 m. 1 QirsBSSToinr add 8 m. | Waiufobd mU 8 m. 



TIDE TABLES FOB THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 



To. 

w. 

Th. 



3 37 

4 3' 

5 34 



MoBviNo. I Aftebkoon. 



5 4310 

6 1418 

7 10 16 



44 3 38 

1 26 3 



3 5& 



UEVOXPORT. 



Time. Height., TimB. Height. 

a, M. - - - 

.5 36 
6 8 
6 39 



6 5415 

7 ao 
7 48 



POBTSMOUTH 



M0BKIXO. ArrEBSOOi. 



3 46 

3 33 

4 34 

5 35 
(S58 

8 13 

9 15 
y 59 

B^o 34 



3 3» >o !■ 

4 H" ■ 

5 33 9 ' 






U Hcu SprlDE) Qtt. gin. 



7" 9'"- 



6"- 4" 



Phases of the Moon, 



Moon's Declination at Noon. 



D. H. u. 

New- I 6 8 Morning. 

FirstQuarter- 9 5 50 Morning. 

Full -----ij 9 9 Afternoon. 

Lut Quarter* az 6 34 Afternoon, 

New- - - - - 30 10 43 Afternoon. 

In Perigee - - 15 8 o Morning. 

In Apogee - - aS j o Morning. 



. . 


ILD. 


. , 


..D. 


. , 


M.lh 


31- 5 




19!. 50 


17 


81..45 


2S 


OS. .^6 




19 19 




.2 ,,6 




4 36 




17 3» 


19 


.6 13 


27 


8 4S 




14 4.^ 




18 28 




12 i; 




10 54 


21 


19 36 


•9 


•5 "9 






22 


.9 40 




17 4S 


•1 


I 12 


21 


18 44 




ip 16 


16 


3»-S5 


M 


16 J7 





141^1! 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 


DOVER. 


SHEERNESS. 


LONDON. 


'1 
«5 




Attebhooh. 




Aftebkook. 


Moiwjso, 


Aftbukoon. 


line. 


EelcM. 


Tlnw. 


Eelgfat 


Ttao. 


Helefa^ 


Tlino. 


Height 


T,^ 


Hldghl, 


Time. 


H^hfi 




O. «. 


r 




a iL 


». 


1. 


B. IL 




H. ■. 


r. I 


H. 11. 






r. 1. 


D 


>» 7 


'7 


10 


II 34 


18 





42 


■5 4 


59 


■J « 




18 


3 36 


i3 3 


• 


n 41 


il 


3 


II 57 


18 


3 


I 14 


■5 8 


I aS 


15 s» 


344 


18 6 


> 59 


18 8 


I 


3 






— 


14 


j8 


3 


■ 44 


15 10 


■58 


15 10 


3 >3 


18 9 


3 aS 


18 II 


2 


2 


31 


18 


4 


048 


18 


3 


' 13 


IS 10 


a 28 


15 9 


3 43 


18 II 


3 5; 


18 11 


3 


3 


» 4 


18 


z 


1 30 


16 





» 43 


■5 8 


' 57 


15 7 


4 14 


18 10 


4 28 


.8 9 


4 


2 


' 37 


i; 


9 


' 54 




fi 


3 11 


"5 5 


3 a6 


15 3 


4 43 


■S ' 


4 59 


18 5 


5 


3 


2 13 


ij 


3 


2 3a 




9 


3 43 


15 » 


4 a 


14 9 


5 15 


18 3 


1 '" 


17 JO 





3 


2 52 


ic 


4 


3 13 




11 


4 so 


14 5 


4 4a 


14 I 


5 53 


'7 7 


(5 13 


17 2 


7 




336 


li 


5 


4 4 




II 


5 4 


•3 9 


5 30 


13 « 


6 35 


16 10 


7 I 


16 ti 


]> 




4 34 


H 


6 


5 8 




3 


6 2 


13 a 


<S 39 




7 31 


i6 a 


S 6 


15 'I 


9 


2 


5 45 


14 


4 


6 36 




8 


7 " 


12 II 


8 6 


13 I 


S 49 


15 10 


9 33 


15 10 


10 


3 


2 ' 


15 


a 


746 




tl 


'5; 


13 5 


9 31 


13 10 


10 16 


1(5 


.oj8 


16 4 


II 


3 


8 ai 


iC 


8 


851 


'Z 




10 8 


14 4 


10 40 


14 10 


'I 35 


1(5 9 





— 


T3 


3 


9 '!) 


lE 


3 


9 44 


18 


10 


II 10 


15 5 


II 34 


15 10 


6 


17 4 


35 


17 II 


13 


3 


10 8 


i£ 


5 


10 33 


19 




II 57 


!« 4 






I 3 


18 (5 


I 37 


19 I 


C 




1058 


3C 


4 


II 33 


10 


6 


19 


16 9 


4a 


17 I 


. 48 


■9 7 


2 II 


20 Q 


'^ 


a 


II 47 


3C 


7 


— 


- 


- 


I 4 


■7 4 


1 ad 


17 5 


3 34 


30 4 


a 56 


20 7 


16 


«' 


li 


IC 


6 


035 


20 


4 


148 


17 5 


a 10 


'7 4 


3 19 


ao 8 


3 41 


20 7 


'2 


4 


^9 


2C 





I 33 


^2 


7 


a 3a 


'J ; 


a 32 


16 II 


4 2 


so 5 


4 ^3 


20 3 


18 


3 


I 44 


'S 


I 


3 6 


18 


fi 


3 13 


1(5 6 


3 33 


1(5 I 


4 43 




5 4 


'9 5 


'9 


3 


a. 28 


n 


10 


» 51 







3 54 


■5 a 


4 16 


'5 ' 


5 35 


18 II 


5 4« 


.8 4 




3 


3 14 


It 


3 


3 39 




? 


4 40 


■4 7 


5 5 


14 I 


6 10 


17 9 


6 35 


17 3 


« 




4 4 


u 




4 3a 






5 34 


13 7 


6 3 


13 a 


7 I 


Ii5 8 


7 33 


16 2 




3 


5 8 


ij 


10 


5 4-5 






« 39 


la 9 


7 »3 


12 8 


8 8 


>5 9 


8 5' 


■5 (S 


»3 


3 


637 


13 


9 


2 ^ 




i 


8 7 


12 7 


8 49 


la 9 


9 33 


15 4 


10 13 


■5 4 


H 


3 


7 39 


H 


6 


8 13 







pa; 


'3 ; 


10 a 


13 4 


m 53 


■5 6 


11 38 


IS 9 


»5 


3 


8 38 


»5 


6 


9 


■5 


II 


10 33 


13 8 


1° 57 


14 




16 I 


— 




36 


a 


9 33 


le 


5 


9 4' 


16 


IC 


" "9 


14 4 


II 37 


14 8 


34 


.6 s 


44 


16 10 


!^ 


3 


9 59 


17 


3 


10 17 


17 


7 


II 5' 


■5 •> 


— 


— 


' 5 


17 3 


I 34 


17 « 


3 


10 34 


17 


10 


10 5a 


,8 


1 




■5 3 


37 


'5 5 


I 42 


17 10 


I 57 


18 a 


• ' 


ISSl'^} 9^ 4'- 


8». 01. 


9*7^ 1 


Equatum of Time at Ifotm. \ 


X. a. 




M-D 






1U>. 


M. S. 




mo. 


M. B. 




17 


A4d. 


9 


» 55 


Add. 


■7 


5 44 


Add. 


35 


8 31 


Add. 


036 




10 


3 .« 




18 


« 5 




26 


851 




SS 




11 


3 37 




'9 


6 36 




11 


9 II 




I 14 




12 


358 




ao 


^■>l 




9 31 




I 34 




13 


4 "9 




ai 


7 8 




=9 


9 51 




I 54 




14 


4 40 




aa 


7 »9 




30 


10 10 




3 14 






5 ' 




as 


7 5" 










3 35 




16 


5 »» 




»4 


8 II 











■ of Bigh Water ara pven for UcMiTfmeatPIacei if Qnenwkh or Railway Time be nqiiiKd,^-lbr 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1664. 




S 




HARWICH. 


HULL. 


8UNDEELAND. 


MOHNISQ. 


Aftersoon. 


Mo™. 


Afteexoon. 


MOBBIKO. 


Aftebi 








Time. 


Hfigl.t. 


Time. 


Hc-ight 


Time. 


ne^ht. 


IHmO. 


Hoiglill 


Tinw. 


noight. 


Time. 










F. 1. 
















El. M. 








Th. 


1 


□ a 3 


_ 





13 


" 3 


6 39 


19 10 


645 


30 


c 


3 32 


13 


6 


3 37 


F. 


3 


4.^ 


37 


u 4 


41 


II 4 


7 


10 3 


7 15 


30 


4 


3 5> 


"3 


II 


4 6 


S. 


3 


1 37 


056 


" 5 


1 II 


u 4 


7 30 


» 5 


7 4'J 




5 




14 


^ 


436" 


»■ 


4 


a 10 


I 17 


II 4 


1 41 


'I 3 


8 J 


» 5 


8 i6 




4 


*i; 


'4 


I 


5 6 


M. 




2 .55 


158 


II 3 


2 I.; 


II i 


8 31 




846 








13 


9 


5 37 


Tu. 


6 


3 42 


3 aS 


11 


3 44 


10 lo 


9 » 


■9 ? 


9 19 




3 


553 


13 


4 


6 II 


W. 


7 


4 ^t 


3 J 


10 9 


3 19 


10 7 


9 37 


i8 9 


9 55 




4 


6 30 


12 


9 


6 50 


Th. 


8 


3 23 


3 37 


10 5 


3 57 


10 a 


18 


17 10 


10 41 




5 


7 '3 


12 




7 3*1 


■p. 


9 


6 17 


4 18 


10 


4 43 


9 10 


I 10 


16 II 


.1 46 




e 


8 3 


II 


5 


8 34 


S. 





7 "3 


i '3 


9 8 


5 47 


9 7 


— 


— 


34 




2 


9 10 


10 


II 


9 5a 


*. 




8 10 


6 37 


9 7 


7 14 


9 9 


I 3 


i« I 


I 43 




3 


34 


10 


11 


11 16 


M. 


la 


9 1 


7 59 


9 " 


8 38 




3 33 


16 8 


3 




4 


' ^l 


11 


7 


— 


Tu. 




10 ,1 


9 '5 


10 6 


9 4f 


IQ IQ 


3 36 


18 1 


4 9 








13 


2 


59 


W. 


'4 


10 59 


10 30 


II 3 


I'' 45 


11 7 


4 39 


(9 11 


5 = 




7 


I 39 


13 


1 


' 57 


Th. 




" 55 


11 9 


II 10 


fi 3a 


12 2 


5 ^5 


«i 3 


.5 48 




10 


3 21 


14 


5 


3 44 


V. 


ii5 




'I 55 


13 4 




— 


6 13 


12 4 


635 




8 


3 5 


15 


3 


3 a? 


S. 


17 


50 


17 


la 5 


39 


13 6 


6 58 


12 10 









3 49 


'5 


10 


4 II 


»- 


18 


[ 4O 


I 3 


" 5 


' a,s 


13 4 


7 44 


ja 10 


8 5 






4 33 


'5 


10 


4 55 


M. 


•9 


3 41 


.46 


12 3 


2 8 




8 ar 


22 2 


8 48 




8 


5 '7 


15 


3 


5 39 


Tu. 


30 


3 37 


3 30 


11 9 


= 5' 


11 6 


9 9 


11 


9 30 




3 


6 


14 


3 


6 31 


W. 


ai 


4 3' 


3 la 




3 3,3 


10 10 


9 5' 


,9 6 


10 lO 




7 


6 46 


'3 


3 


7 12 


TU. 


11 


5 24 


3 5^ 


10 G 


4 19 


10 3 


10 43 




II 14 




3 


7 37 


12 




S ti 


T. 


33 


6 16 


446 


9 II 


5 14 


9 8 


11 48 


Is 'I 




— 




8 35 


II 


I 


9 10 


S. 


24 


7 4 


5 46 


9 ^ 


6 39 


9 5 


24 


'3 11 


I 4 




7 


9 54 


10 


6 


10 35 


*■ 


^5 


7 5> 


7 15 


9 5 


7 57 


9 '5 


' 43 


■5 « 


3 32 


15 


9 


I' 15 


10 


6 


II 49 


M. 


jr 


8 3^ 


834 




9 9 


9.10 


2 S^ 


16 3 


3 3= 


16 


8 




— 




ai 


Tu 


^7 


g 19 


9 39 


.0 > 


10 6 




4 


'7 3 


4 2f 


'7 




° 5 


II 


6 


I 16 


Vf. 


38.0 3 


10 39 


[o 6 


1048 


10 9 


4+£ 


■ 8 3 


5 ' 


18 


9 


,3a 


13 


3 


3 


Th 


2910 44 


1: (5 


10 11 


It 33 


11 1 


5 >3 


19 » 


5 3S 


19 


6 


9 iB 


12 


11 


= 3.; 


F. 


iOlI 3fi 


II 4c 


II 3 


■ I 5^ 




5 5 


19 10 


6 I, 




" 


3 53 


13 


S 


3 7 


B.,rM...8pri»,j sn. 9i«. 


l(jn. 5iu. 


7 


iT^o: 


/%o5e»o//Aeit/oow. 


Moon's Declination at Noon. 




V.T>. 


. 


V.D. 







no. 







«n 


New I 6 8 Morning, 

Fii-st Quarter 9 5 50 Moi-ning. 
Full -----15 9 9 Afternoon. 
LastQunrter- 33 6 54 Afternoon. 
New - - - - 30 10 43 Afternoon 


<5 


3»- S 
OS.JS 

4 56 
8 46 

5 19 


9 

13 
14 


9s 

9 
7 

4 


50 
19 

36 
45 
54 
16 


I19 


8N.4,'; 

i3 28 

19 36 
19 4° 


25 ' 

126 1 

129 
30 


In Perigee - - 15 8 Morning. 
In Apogee- - 38 ^ Morning. 


^ 


7 42 
9 16 


;^ 


3N 


SS 


23 
34 


18 
16 


44 

57 


1 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



69 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 



NORTH SHIELDS. 



^[ORXINO. 



3 23 
3 5a 
4. 22 

+ 5+ 

5 25 

5 57 

^ 33 

7 i.S 
3 8 

> 21 
^ 47 



Height. 
r. I. 

12 



12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
II 
II 
10 

9 



3 

t 



40 II 
3812 



24 

J 49i 



^ 35 
20 

4 
48 

■41 

441 
6 



3 

3 

47 
22 

53 



13 

13 

13 
12 

II 

9 
9 

9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

12 



5 

9 
II 

9 
6 

2 

8 

o 

3 
9 

II 

J 

2 

ji 

8 

7 
II 

2 

2 

o 

II 

5 

7 
10 

4 
I 

9 
4 



Afteonoox. 



Tima 

H. M. 



3 
4 
4 



37 

7 

38 



Ueight. 
F. I. 



10 
40 



5 

5 
6 

6 

7 40 

8 42 

10 4 



5^ 



II 
o 
I 
2 
2 

3 
4 



29 

7 
II 

2 

45 

27 
12 



458 

5 43 

6 25 

7 ^3 

8 12 

9 22 
10 47 



35 

1 27 

a 5 
a 37 
3 7 



12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
II 
II 
10 

9 
9 

10 
10 
II 
12 

13 

14 

13 
12 

II 

10 

9 
9 

10 
10 
II 
12 
12 



8 
10 

TO 

8 

4 
II 

4 
8 

II 
9 

3 
8 

8 

9 
10 

6 



LEITH. 



^lO&NlNO. 



Time. 
H. M. 

2 
2 

3 



3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
II 

o 
I 
2 
2 



21 

50 
17 

48 

^9 

51 
28 

II 

2 

H 

4^ 

o 

32 
20 

4 
46 



Height. 

T. I. 
6 
10 
II 



3 

7 
8 

7 
41 



1 

9 

5 
I 



tn Spring') ^ft. oin. 
■ge. ^ 



3 

4 

4 

5 
6 



30 
14 
58 

44 
36 

7 38 

859 

10 21 

11 28 

o 41 

i ^7 
' 50 



15 
^5 
^5 

^5 

15 

H 

13 

'3 
12 

12 
13 

'5 
16 

17 
17 

^7 

17 
16 

^5 

13 
12 

12 

12 
12 



9 
6 

2 

7 

9 
o 

5 

6 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

H. IC 

2 36 



3 
3 

4 
4 

5 

5 
6 



15 
15 
3215 



Height. 
F. I. 

9 
II 

II 



4 

35 
8 

48 

35 

7 37 

8 57 

10 22 



5 

5 
II 

9 
I 

3 
I 

9 

8 



7 



13 10 

14 8 

^5 5 



In 
o 
o 
I 

2 

3 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 



34 

5 
56 
42 

26 

8 

52 

37 
20 

10 

6 

14 
42 



CO 56 
II 58 

O 21 

59 

1 34 
a 5 



'5 
^5 
H 
14 
13 

12 
12 

12 
13 

15 
17 
^7 
17 

17 
16 

'5 

14 

13 
12 

12 

12 
12 

13 
H 
^5 
^5 



II 

3 

5 
8 

4 
10 

9 

5 

9 



9 
II 

6 
8 
8 

5 
2 

3 





4 
II 

5 

3 
I 



THURSO. 



^lORNINO. 



Time, 
n. ic 

8 24 

8 5a 

9 22 

9 54 



8 

41^0 ^5 

o 

40 

3 

53 

5 

37 
I 

7 
54 



II 

II 

o 

o 

2 

3 

5 
6 

6 



Height. 

F. I. 



7 3a 

8 13 

857 

9 42 

10 27 

11 II 



12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
II 
II 
10 

9 
9 

9 

9 
II 

12 
13 



9 
II 

10 

8 

3 

9 

o 

7 
II 

5 

5 
II 

I 

7 
II 

9 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

II. M. 

8 38 

9 ^ 
9 38 

10 9 

10 42 

11 20 



Height. 
F. I. 



\r. 






8 



oft. oin. 



O 
I 
2 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 
7 



28 
29 

5a 

20 
30 
23 

58 
26 

54 



14 II 
14 6 



13 
12 

10 

9 
9 

8 

9 
10 

II 

la 

12 



7 
6 



7 
o 

10 

3 

2 

I 
o 
8 



o 
I 
2 



a? 
^7 
49 



4 

5 
6 

7 



12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
II 

10 

9 
9 



id 
II 

9 

6 
o 



3 
8 



22 

3<S| 

32 

13 

7 5a 

834 
9 20 

^o 5 
10 49 

36 



7 



9 
10 

II 
13 

H 5 
14 10 

14 9 



■: 



II 
o 
o 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

7 
8 



58 
6 

39 

57 
59 
41 

13 

40 

9 



14 

13 
II 

TI 
10 

9 
8 



I 
II 

3 
I 

2 

10 



• 
I»2 

2"2 

3*a 
4-2 

5*a 
6-2 

7*2 
}) 

9*2 

I0'2 
II'2 
12*2 

i3*a 

O 
I5'2 

l6'2 



Ip7*2 

i8-2 
i9«a 
2o'a 

(f 
22*2 
23-2 



9 

9 

10 

II 

T2 4 
12 II 



8 
6 



24*2 
825-2 
26*2 
27*2 
28*2 



ft. Tin. 



6"- 7 









Equation of 


Time at Noon. 








8. 




MJ>. 


M. 8. 




MJ>. 


V. 8. 




VJ>. 


M. 8. 


17 


Add. 


9 


2 53 


Add. 


^7 


5 44 


Add. 


^5 


8-31 


36 




10 


3 i<5 




18 


6 .<; 




26 


851 


55 




II 


3 37 




19 


6 a6 




^7 


9 ^1 


H 




12 


3 58 




20 


6 47 




28 


9 31 


34 




13 


4 19 




21 


7 8 




29 


9 51 


54 




14 


4 40 




22 


7 29 




30 


10 10 


H 




^5 


5 I 




23 


7 50 








35 




16 


5 2a 




24 


8 II 









Add. 



f High Water are giTen for Mean Time at Place ; if Greenwich or Bailway Time he required— ffar 
EXHSniSLDaadtfem. | liBZXH addlS m. I TwowaoaddUm. 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 


i3 o 


■li 


GREENOCK. 


XJVEKPOOL. 


PEUBEOKE. 


11 


H 










AfTBBBOOH. 


MOBHIKQ. 


Attkbhooh. 


MOBBIKQ. 


Aftbuoo*. 






Time. 


Height. 


Tlmf. 


HalKht 


■nme. 


Htighl. 


Time. 


Height. 


■nnw. Ideight. 


Time- 


Hdthi; 






a. u. 








H. H. 




U. H. 




H. M.JF. 1. 


K. N 




Th. 


oa3 


— 


— 


4 


9 4 


II Il-J 


24 10 


II 32 


^5 J 


6 819 11 


6 3 


ao 3 


F. 


45 


30 


9 5 


° 35 


9 e 


11 47 


35 4 







63820 s 


65. 


ao ( 


S. 


I 37 


50 


9 7 


I 6 


9 7 


3 


35 5 


18 


ai"e 


7 8|ao 7 


7 a. 


30 ( 


*- 


3 10 


1 a3 


9 7 


I 39 


9 7 


34 


25 5 


+9 


25 4 


7 39,20 4 


^ ^ 


30 ; 


M. 


^ J5 


J 53 


9 7 


3 7 


9 6 


I 4 


25 I 


[ 18 


24 10 


8 3.9 II 


8 a<| 


19 1 


Tu. 


3 42 


3 23 


9 5 


2 39 


9 4 


I 33 


24 5 


I 49 


23 >i 


8 4i'J9 3 


8 5S 


18 1 


W. 


4 31 


2 56 




3 14 


9 I 


a 7 


23 4 


a 2_5 


22 10 


9 16.18 3 


9 3 


'J i 


Th. 


J »3 


3 35 


3 11 


3 56 


^ S 


a 43 


aa 3 


3 7 


21 7 


9 54 


17 3 


10 I 


16. 1 


F. 


6 1; 


4 19 


8 8 


448 


8 6 


^ 31 


31 


4 a 


30 j 


10 43 


16 I 


11 I 


15 ' 


S. I 


7 13 


5 a» 


8 4 


5 59 


8 3 


438 


19 11 


5 ai 


19 S 


II 44 


15 4 


— 


— 


»- 1 


8 10 


641 


8 3 


7 25 


8 3 


6 7 


30 


655 


20 6 


22 


'5 5 


1 S 


>5 i 


M. I 


9 7 


8 6 


8 6 


843 


8 9 


7 34 


21 3 


8 13 


32 2 


I SS 


16 4 


a 3 


17 ■ 


Tu. 1 


10 3 


9 19 


9 ° 


9 49 


9 3 


8 43 


23 3 


9 12 


14 4 


3 14 


18 a 


3 4 


19 i 


W. I 


I" 59 


10 16 


9 6 


10 41 


9 9 


9 36 


25 4 


9 58 


26 4 


4 16 




4 4^ 


31 1 


Th.i 


I' 55 


11 6 


9 II 


II 30 


10 I 


10 20 


27 ' 


1043 


27 8 


5 !<= 


21 10 


5 3 


23 ( 


F. I 


uora. 


" 54 


10 3 




_ 


II 6 


28 3 


11 29 


28 6 


558 


23 II 


6 3 


23 ; 


S. I 


- 50 


17 


'o 5 


41 


10 6 


11 5a 


38 8 




— 


644 


23 5 


7 


23 J 


*. I 


B : 4( 


' 5 


>o 5 


I 27 


10 4 


15 


28 7 


38 


28 3 


7 27 


33 11 


I ^ 


31 6 


M. I 


9 3 41 


1 48 


10 3 


2 9 


10 I 


° 59 


27 9 


I 2D 


27 


8 II 


11 11 


8 3 


21 J 


Tu. a 


° 3 37 


2 30 


9 " 


a 50 


9 8 


I 39 


a6 2 


a 


2,? 3 


8 5a 


20 6 


9 ' 


19 7 


W. 3 


1 4 3' 


3 10 


8 ^ 


3 33 


9 a 




24 3 


1 43 


23 1 


9 33 


18 J 


9 5 


17 9 


Th.3 


3 5 M 


3 57 




4 »3 


8 9 


3 *8 


aa a 


3 34 


21 3 


10 18 


16 11 


10 4 


i(i 


F. 2 

S. 2 


3 6 16 


4 50 


8 6 


5 ao 


8 3 


4 3 


ao 4 


438 


'9 7 


11 8 


'5 3 


If 4. 


1410 


4 7 4 


6 


8 


642 


7 " 


5 ^3 


19 3 


6 9 


19 2 


— 


— 


2_ 


14 7 


»■ % 


5 7 5" 


7 ^3 


7 '1 


8 I 


8 


6 Si 


.9 4 


7 30 


19 g 


I 7 


14 8 


I 5 


"5 


M. 1 


6 8 36 


837 


8 2 


9 9 


a 4 


8 5 


ao 3 


835 




2 38 


15 5 


3 


16 I 


Tu. 3 


7 9 '9 


9 3* 


8 7 


958 


8 9 


9 ° 


21 8 


9 31 


23 4 


3 32 


16 10 


3 5 


'I ^ 


VP. a 


810 % 


10 19 


8 10 


1038 


9 


9 39 


32 II 


9 56 


23 6 


4 '9 


iS 


4 4 


18 7 


Th. 2 


910 44 


10 j6 


9 2 


[I 14 


9 3 




24 


10 28 


24 5 


4 59 


19 J 


5 1 


19 d 


F- 3 


on a6 


II 31 


9 4 


.148 


9 5 


'o 45 


34 10 


II I 


^5 I 


536 


19 11 


5 5i 


10 » 


H^fM»n8priisJ 4ft. jQin. 


IS"- 0'"- 


IQft. gta- 


PAaJe* of the Moon. 


Moon's Declination at Koon. ' 


D. H. M. 


K.D. 




U.D 


/ 


HJ). 


D / 


MJ). 


' 


New I 6 8 Morning. 


I 


3>f- 5 


9 


19 S.50 


17 


8«.45 


25 


45.27 


First Quarter - 9 $ <,o Morning. 


3 


os.5rt 


10 


19 19 


18 




26 


I 3» 


Full -----15 9 9 Al'ternoon, 


3 


4 56 


11 


17 36 


19 


'il % 


37 


7 5" 


Last Quarter - aa 6 54 Afternoon. 


4 


8 46 


12 


H 45 


30 


18 28 


38 


4 3 


New 30 10 +3 Afternoon. 


5 


12 17 


13 


10 54 




19 36 


39 


4 




6 


'5 '9 


■4 


6 1(5 


21 


19 40 


30 


31.W 


In Perigee - - i^ 8 Morning. 


7 


17 43 


'5 


I 13 


23 


18 44 






In Apogee - - 38 j Morning. 


8 


19 .6 


16 


3M5 


34 


.6 57 







TbillmwofHlgfaWit*ru«giTciiforUeu1^iiie>tFI«eei if GieenwiahorBsllwajllinebereqDind,-*' 
" IVn. I Ltnarooi, add U m. | F«MnoE>addNB> 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



71 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 



8 

H 



I 



T 

a 
3 

4 



8 
9 

01 



•Th. 
P. 
S. 

1^ 
IL 
To. 

«r 

ih. 
P. 

s. 

It 
u. 

FoJ 

ID 
P. 

I 

ft 

IL 

ToJio 
W. 11 



WESTON-SUPER-MAKE. 



MOBNIIIO. 



Time. 
H. M. 

6 50 

7 22 

7 5» 

8 22 



8 4935 

9 1934 
33 
31 



9 50 

10 23 

11 929 



I 



»4 



ft. 

IL 



*4 

2(9 



th. 



P. 30 



I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

851 
9 28 

10 5 
2 10 46 

11 40 
o 20 



3 

4 

5 
(9 



8 



o 
28 

50 

57 

51 
40 

^7 

II 



Height. 
F. I. 

5 

3 



35 
36 

36 
36 



I 
3 
4 
5 



44 
1 

9 



28 
29 

3a 

35 
38 
40 

41 

40 

39 
36 

33 
30 
28 

^7 

27 
28 

30 



a9 5 4034 



6 18 



032 



35 



4 
10 

II 
3 

5 
6 

6 
II 

8 
10 

7 

4 
2 

6 

o 

9 

9 
10 

3 

6i 

3 
5 

4 

41 
I 

4 



Aftebitoon. 



3S 
36 

36 



Time. 
H. X. 

7 6 

7 36 

8 7 

8 3636 

9 435 

9 35 
10 

10 43 

TI 41 

o 19 

46 



26 

^5 
16 



I 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
7 

8 31 

9 10 

9 47 



Height. 
F. I. 



iO 



Time. 
H. M. 

10 9 
610 36 

11 3 

II 34 



.34 
632 

30 
28 



28 



29 
931 



4 
- 6 

9 
4 

o 
2 

3 

4 
7 

lOl 

II 

II 

o 

4 

10 2432 3 

11 1029 
»7 



34 
37 
39 



440 
4940 

39 
38 

35 



2 23 

3 37 

4 35 

5 ai 
5 59 
^ 35 



HOLYHEAD. 



MORKIXO. 



O 
I 

J 

2 

3 

5 
6 



^3 
2 

45 

35 
46 

14 
34 
39 



27 
29 

31 
33 
34 
35 



9 
3 
4l 
3 

9 

10 



Hilf Mean spring) 1g^« 7io< 



8 


3a 


9 
9 


15 

58 


10 


40 


II 


22 





31 


I 


18 



2 

3 

4 

5 

7 
7 



9 
II 

3a 

55 
2 

56 



Height. 
F. I. 

4 
7 



15 
15 
15 

15 

15 

14 

13 

13 
12 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 

17 
17 



8 
6 



4 
8 

o 
5 

7 
4 

5 
8 

8 

5 
8 



Afternoon. 



Time. 

10 23 

10 49 
II 



^7 3 



8 35 

^ I 

9 38 



16 

14 

13 
12 

12 

12 
12 

13 
14 
14 
15 



I 

II 
8 

7 
I 

2 
8 

5 

2 

10 
4 



II 
o 
o 
I 
2 

3 
4 



18 

50 
6 

42 

22 

8 

8 

30 
56 



8 
8 



5 

7 
8 

8 54 

9 37 

10 19 

11 I 



TI 
O 
O 
I 
2 

3 
5 

6 



45 
8 

54 
43 
39 
47 
15 



Height. 
F. I. 



30 

7 31 

8 17 

851 

9 *3 
9 54 



5 
5 
5 

5 

5- 

4 

4 

3 
2 

2 

2 

3 

5 
6 

7 
7 



Time, 
n. M. 

6|ii 6 
II 34 



8 



3 

9 
o 

4 
8 

5 

11 

Id 

I 

3 
I 



7 
6 

5 

4 

3 
2 



KINGSTOWN. 



Morning. 



o 
o 
I 
2 
2 

3 
4 

6 
7 



22 

53 
26 

2 

44 
33 
44 

3 
21 



8 31 

9 30 
10 14 

10 56 



7 ^11 40 



7 
(S 

3 
2 

3 
1 

5 
o 

10 

6 

I 

6 






8**- 0^ 



m. 



4 
48 

33 
18 

8 

8 

24 

4* 

. 50 

8 48 

9 33 
10 6 

10 36 



o 
o 
I 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 

7 



Height. 
F. I. 

10 

id 



7 
9 



10 
10 

IO 

9 
9 

9 
8 

8 

9 
10 

10 

II 

II 

II 

II 
II 
10 
10 

9 
8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

9 
10 

10 



8 
6 

3 
II 

6 

2 

9 

10 

4 

o 

8 
3 

9 
10 

9 

5 
10 

2 

6 

II 

6 

8 
o 

5 
10 

3 

7 



Afternoon. 



Time. 
n. If. 

II 20 



49 



II 
o 

o 
I 
I 

2 

3 
4 
5 

6 43 
756 
9 * 
9 53 

10 34 

11 17 



38 

9 

43 

22 

7 

7 

^3 



o 
I 

I 

2 

3 

4 
6 



26 
II 

55 
43 
37 
44 

4 



Height. 
F. I. 



7 
8 



17 
21 

9 II 

9 51 

10 21 

10 51 



10 
10 
ro 

10 

IO 

10 
9 

I 

8 

9 

9 
10 

II 

II 

II 

II 
II 
10 

9 

9 
8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

10 

10 
10 



8 

9 
9 

7 

5 
I 

9 

4 
II 

9 

o 
8 

4 
o 

6 

10 



7 
2 

6 

10 

3 
8 



10 
2 
8 
o 

5 
8 









D. 

• 
I'^ 

2*2 

3.2 
4-2 

5'a 
6-2 

7»2 

5 

9*2 

IO*2 
11*2 
12*2 
I3»2 

O 

I0»2 

17*2 
l8-2 
19*2 
20«2 

([ 

22*2 

23*2 

24*2 
25*2 
26*2 
27*2 
28.2 



5ft. gin. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



ILD. 


X. B. 




ICD. 


M. 8. 




M.D. 


X. 9. 




1CI>. 


X. 8. 




I 


17 


Add. 


9 


a 55 


,Add. 


17 


5 44 


Add. 


^5 


8 31 


Add. 


2 


s6 




10 


3 i^ 




18 


6 5 




26 


851 




3 


55 




II 


3 37 




19 


6 26 




^7 


9 II 




4 


I 14 




12 


3 58 




20 


6 47 




28 


9 31 




5 


I 34 




13 


4 19 




21 


7 8 




29 


9 51 




6 


I 54 




14 


4 40 




22 


7 29 




30 


10 10 




7 


2 14 




15 


5 I 




23 


7 50 










8 


2 35 




16 


5 *a 




a4 


8 II 











ke tfinet of High Water are given fbr Mean Time at Place; if Qreenwich or Bailwajr Time be required,— fbr 
IfBRON-auFSB-XAXi add IS m. I Holthxad add 18 m. I KnrosTomr fn&tract 1 vu twT>GCKdiTi*^a&&. 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 



Th. zp I. 

". JO I 



9 9 8 
9 42 9 
o 14 9 



HKlfMMnSiiriQBl ift. n'". 



LONDONDERRY. 



9 I' 
9 5- 
10 33 

[I 2 



ArtEBSODM. 



&U00 DAT. 



5 >9 

5 57 



S 46 
9 4' 

o 56 



3 55 

4 40 

6 p 

6 53 

7^6 



o 19 



3 53 

4 54 
4 5* 



gfl. ym. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Moon's Declination at Noon, 



New ----- I 6 8 Mornii 

?lQ(mrler- 9 5 $0 Mornii _ 

Full -----15 9 9 Afternoon. 

Last Quarter- 2% 6 54 Afternoon. 

New 30 JO 43 Aflcrnoon. 

In Perigee - - 15 8 o Morning, 

In Apogee - - a8 5 o Morning. 



The time* for High Water ore giTen for Mean Time at Flue ; if Dnblin orRailm^TimeiMrtqiur 



> 


U.D. 


, 


HD. 


, 


3N. .■; 


9 


193.50 


17 


81..4.1 


OS. 56 




19 19 


lb 


" 5« 


4 


II 


17 ^0 


iq 


.6 .3 


8 46 


12 


14 45 




i9 as! 


12 17 


13 


10 54 


ai 


19 36 


^5 >9 


14 




U3 


19 40 


17 42 


M 


I 11 


an 


18 44. 


19 16 




3M5 


H 


■6 sr 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



73 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 


GALWAY. 


QUEENSTOVVN. 


WATERFORD. 




MOEKIKO. 


Afternoon. 


Morning. 


Afternoon. 


Morning. 


1 


Afternoon. 


Time. 


lleight. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Cimo. 


Height 




H. IC 


F. 


I. 


H. M. 


F 


. I. 


u. u. 


P. I. 


II. M. 


F. I. 


H. M. 


P. I. 


u. u. 


F. I 


. D. 


4 3^ 


H 





4 46 


14 2 


4 5^ 


)1I 3 


5 " 


, II 4 


5 19 


II 10 


5 34 


12 # 1 


5 1 


14 


4 


5 16 


14 6 


5 ae 


^" 5 


5 43 


II 6 


548 


12 I 


6 3 


12 a 


t 1-2 


5 3^ 


14 


6 


548 


H 5 


5 5S 


MI 6 


6 15 


II 6 


6 19 


12 2 


6 36 


C2 2 2*2 1 


6 414 


4 


6 19 


14 2 


6 3j 


1^ 5 


<^ 45 


II 4 


6 52 


12 2 


7 7 


12 J 


3*a 


^ 34 H 





6 50 


13 9 


7 c 


>ii 3 


7 16 


>ii I 


7 ai 


12 


7 36 


II IJ 


I 4*2 


7 8 


13 


5 


7 27 


13 I 


7 33 


i 10 10 


7 49 


HO 7 


7 5» 


II 9 


^ ^ 


II / 


• 5.3 


7 47 


12 


9 


^ ^ 


'a 3 


8 5 


no 5 


8 a,5 


10 I 


8 a6 


II 4 


8 43 


II J 


6*2 


8 32 


II 


9 


857 


I] 


t 3 


8 4j 


; 9 10 


9 8 


9 7 


9 I 


10 10 


9 22 


10 ; 


' 7"a 


9 28 10 


II 


10 4 


10 8 


9 3^ 


^ 9 4 


10 5 


9 I 


9 5i 


10 3 


10 27 


10 o] J 1 


45 


10 


7 


II 29 


10 10 


10 4j\ 


^ 9 


II 2(5 


9 I 


'I 5 


9 10 


II 44 


9 IC 


) 9»2 


— 


— 


- 


13 


I] 


[ 1 


— 


-~ 


11 


9 3 


— . 


.... 


24 


10 c 


10*2 


51 


II 


7 


I 26 


12 


\ 2 


52 


, 9 6 


I 33 


9 II 


I 3 


10 3 


I 41 


10 ; 


II-2 


I 5<5 


12 


10 


2 26 


i.^ 


\ 6 


2 IG 


» 10 i| 


2 41 


10 10 


2 20 


II I 


a 5^ 


" 7 


I2'2 


2 52 


14 


2 


3 15 


14 10 


3 ic 


HI 3 


3 35 


II 9 


5 a6 


12 I 


3 54 


12 ^ 


i3*a 


3 37 


15 


4 


4 


^!i 


; 10 


3 59 


1 12 2 


4 a3 


12 6 


4 20 


12 II 


4 46 


13 2 





4 22 


16 


3 


4 44 


16 6 


4 4^ 


^12 9 


5 10 


12 II 


5 9 


13 4 


5 31 


13 ^ 


15-2 


5 /^'^ 


7 


5 30 


16 6 


5 34 


12 II 


5 57 


12 II 


5 54 


13 7 


6 17 


13 7 


l6*2 


5 52 16 


3 


6 14 


^5 


II 


6 19 


12 9 


6 41 


12 6 


6 40 


13 5 


7 a 


13 3 


17-2 


6 36 


15 


5 


658 


M 


. II 


7 a 


12 3 


7 22 


II 10 


7 a3 


13 


7 43 


12 9 


l8'2 


7 20 


H 


4 


7 43 


J3 


8 


7 43 


II 5 


8 3 


II 


8 2 


la 5 


8 21 


12 


'19'2 


8 8 


12 


u 


8 33 


12 


I 


8 23 


10 6 


8 46 


10 I 


8 41 


II 6 


9 a 


II I 


20*2 


9 


II 


5 


9 ^9 


10 


» II 


9 10 


§ ^ 


9 34 


9 3 


9 a5 


10 8 


9 5a 


10 3 


C 


410 


5 


10 47 


10 


3 


10 4 


8 II 


10 45 


8 9 


10 27 


9 10 


II 6 


9 7 


22*2 


I 30 


10 


3 


— 


- 


— 


II 27 


8 81 

1 


— 


— 


II 45 


9 5 


— 


— 


23-2 


II 


10 


4 


47 


10 


7 


9 


8 8 


47 


8 10 


23 


9 5 


58 


9 7 


24*2 


I 20 


10 


II 


I 49 II 


4 


I 25 


9 I 


I 59 


9 4 


I 33 


9 9 


2 8 


10 1 


25-2 


2 13 


II 


9 


a 35 la 


2 


2 28 


9 7 


^ 51 


9 II 


a 39 


10 5 


3 5 


10 8 


26*2 


a 55 


12 


7 


3 13 


12 


II 


3 13 


10 3 


3 3a 


10 6 


3 a9 


II 


3 50 


II 3 


27'2 


3 ap. 


13 


3 


3 45 


13 


7 


3 49 


10 9 


4 711 0| 


4 9 


II 6 


4 39 


II 9 


28-2 


4 I 


^3 


II 


4 17 


14 


2 


4 a4 


II 2 


4 41 


II 4 


4 47 


II II 


5 4 


12 


• 


Moon Spring') 7rt, Rin. 
Kange. i / •^ 


5ft. 


IQin. 


5ft. 2in. 1 






Equation of T 


'ime at Noon. 




11. 8. 




M.D. 


H. 8. 




11.D. 


V. 8. 




ILD. If. 8. 




17 


Add. 


9 


a 55 


Add. 


17 


5 44 


Add. 


25 8 31 


Add. 


36 






10 


3 16 




18 


^ "5 




26 


851 




55 






II 


3 37 




19 


6-26 




a7 


9 II 




' 14 






12 


3 58 




20 


647 




28 


9 31 




J 34 






13 


4 19 




21 


7 8 




29 


9 51 




^ 54 






14 


4 40 




22 


7 a9 




30 


10 10 




2 14 






^5 


5 I 




a3 


7 50 










a 35 






■ 16 


5 aa 




24 


8 II 











^High Water are given for Mean Time at Place ; if Dublin or Railway Time be reqoired^^ fbr 
QAIIWA.Y add Hou I QuEB5Bi0WNacf<l8 m. | Wjlixbyobd odd 8 m. 



TIDE TABLES FOR THE 



OCTOBER, 1864. 



POHTSMOUTH. 



3 4518 



3 5;|.s 

4 a8]i8 

4 .»"3 

5 3"8 

o 49'rfi 

7 3914 ■ 

8 4.14 



a 4620 
3 $120 : 



6 6 40 

7 (■ 
7 4 



JOl 

4l 3 37 1° I 

4 37 

5 S5 
7 



9 38 
10 3 



4 5 

5 >3' 

6 38 

7 51 
9 
9 55 
ro 4a 



% 4^ 
4 a3 

2 ^? 

8 56 

9 39 

10 16 
JO 49 

11 33 



lO Spring') Qft. iqiii. 



7ft. gto. 



Phases of the Moon. 



MooiCt Declination at Noon. 



FiratQanrter- 8 
FuU 15 

Qunrter- as 



3 37 Afternoon. 

6 IJ Morning. 

37 Mornii 



Now- - - - - 30 3 a8 AfternoQn. 



In Perigee - - i^ 
bi Apogee - - aj 



a.i- 


J 


M,n. 


9 ' 1 


I 


7B.48 


9 


.38.40 




II 24 






3 


'4 33 


II 


8 J 


4 


'I ^ 


li 


3 '9 


•^ 


iS 49 


n 


IN.41 


6 


'9 38 


'4 


6 36 


7 


19 34 


M 


n 5 




18 4 




14 49 



7''-34 


2Si 


9 10 


i,aI 


iS 




9 a 


a8 


7 39 


29 I 


5 9 


30 1 


a 13 


31 i 


8 49 


1 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



73 



SEPTEMBER, 1864. 


B 


GAL WAY. 


QUEEXSTOVVN. 


WATERFORD. 




H 

1 


MoRxiiro. 


Afteiixook. 


Morning 


L 


Afternoon. 


Morning. 


Afternoon. 




Time. 


tiei^t. 


Unie. 


Heie^t. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height. 


Time. 


Height 






H. M. 


F. I. 


H. H. 


P, 


. I. 


H. U. 


r. 


I. 


H. IC 


F. I. 


H. U. 


F. I. 


u. u. 


F. I 


D. 


I 


4 3a 


14 


4 46 


14 2 


4 5^ 


) II 


3 


5 " 


II 4 


5 19 


II 10 


5 34 


12 C 


> • 


2 


5 I 


14 4 


5 16 


14 6 


5 a€ 


III 


5 


5 43 


II 6 


5 48 


12 I 


6 3 


12 2 


t I'2 


3 


5 3a 


14 6 


5 48 


H 5 


5 5S 


)II 


6 


6 15 


II 6 


6 19 


12 2 


6 36 


C2 2 


I 2-2 


A 


6 4 


14 4 


6 19 


14 2 


6 31 


II 


5 


6 45 


II 4 


6 52 


12 2 


7 7 


12 ] 


3-2 


5 


^ 34 


14 


6 50 


i^ 


\ 9 


7 c 


> II 


3 


7 16 


II I 


7 21 


12 


7 36 


II IJ 


i 4-2 


t 


7 B 


13 5 


7 a? 


13 


\ 1 


7 3a 


, 10 


10 


7 49 


10 7 


7 5a 


II 9 


8 9 


XI / 


r 5-2 


? 


7 47 


12 9 


I 9 


12 


^ 3 


8 J 


f 10 


5 


8 23 


10 I 


8 26 


II 4 


843 


II J 


6-2 


S 


8 32 


II 9 


857 


IJ 


: 3 


84^ 


; 9 


10 


9 8 


9 7 


9 I 


10 10 


9 22 


10 ; 


■ 7*2 


s 


9 28 


10 II 


10 4 


IC 


) 8 


9 3^ 


^ 9 


4 


10 5 


9 I 


9 51 


10 3 


10 27 


10 c 


> J 


IG 


10 45 


10 7 


II 29 


IC 


> 10 


10 44 


h 9 





II 26 


9 I 


IX 5 


9 10 


XX 44 


9 IC 


> 9*2 


EI 


— 


— 


13 


11 


1 


— 




- 


II 


9 3 


— 


-. 


24 


10 c 


10*2 


la 


<^ 5' 


II 7 


I 26 


12 


k 2 


52 


9 


6 


1 33 


9 XI 


X 3 


10 3 


I 41 


10 ; 


II'2 


'3 


I 56 


12 10 


2 26 


15 


t 6 


2 IG 


► 10 


4 


2 41 


10 10 


2 20 


II I 


2 5^ 


XI 7 


I2'2 


'4 


a 52 


14 2 


3 15 


M 


^ 10 


3 10 


HI 




3 35 


II 9 


-3 26 


12 I 


3 54 


12 6 


13*2 


'5 


3 37 


15 4 


4 


^.5 


10 


3 59 


II2 


2 


4 23 


12 6 


4 20 


12 II 


4 46 


13 2 





[6 


4 22 


16 3 


4 44 


1(3 


; 6 


4 4^ 


\ 12 


9 


5 10 


12 II 


5 9 


13 4 


5 31 


13 6 


15*2 


f? 


5 7 


16 7 


5 30 


i(^ 


\ 6 


5 34 


12 


II 


5 57 


12 II 


5 54 


13 7 


6 17 


13 7 


l6»2 


[8 


5 5a 


16 3 


6 14 


^5 


II 


6 19 


12 


9 


6 41 


12 6 


6 40 


^3 5 


7 2 


13 3 


17*2 


^9 


6 36 


15 5 


658 


M 


. II 


7 a 


12 


3 


7 22 


II 10 


7 ^3 


13 


7 43 


12 9 


l8'2 


lO 


7 20 


14 4 


7 43 


13 


8 


7 43 


II 


5 


8 3 


II 


8 2 


12 5 


8 21 


12 


19*2 


II 


8 8 


12 11 


8 33 


12 


I 


8 23 


10 


6 


8 46 


10 I 


8 41 


11 6 


9 2 


II I 


20*2 


la 


9 


" 5 


9 ^9 


10 


II 


9 10 


9 


8; 


9 34 


9 3 


9 ^5 


10 8 


9 5a 


10 3 


C 


^1 


10 4 


10 5 


lo 47 


10 


3 


10 4 


8 


II 


^0 45 


8 9 


10 27 


9 10 


II 6 


9 7 


22'2 


14 


11 30 


10 3 


— 




— 


II 27 


8 


8 

1 




— — 


" 45 


9 5 


— 




23-2 


^5 


II 


10 4 


47 


10 


7 


9 


8 


8 


47 


8 10 


23 


9 5 


58 


9 7 


24*2 


i6 


I 20 


10 II 


I 49 


II 


4 


' *^ 


9 


I 


X 59 


9 4 


I 33 


9 9 


2 8 


10 J 


2j-2 


^7 


2 13 


II 9 


a 35 


12 


2 


2 28 


9 


7 


^ 51 


9 XI 


2 39 


xo 5 


3 5 


10 8 


26"2 


t8 


a 55 


12 7 


3 13 


12 


II 


3 13 


10 


3 


3 32 


10 6 


3 29 


II 

^1 


3 50 


II 3 


27-2 


9 


3 ap 


13 3 


3 45 


^3 


7 


3 49 


10 


9 


4 7 


II 


4 9 


II 6 


4 29 


II 9 


28-2 


|o 


4 X 


13 II 


4 17 


14 


2 


4 ^4 


II 


2 


4 41 


II 4 


4 47 


II II 


5 4 


12 


• 


[alTHetnE 
lUnge. 


Spring) yft. gin. 




5« 


. jo^°- 


gft. 2in. 1 


Equation of Time at Noon. 




IL 8. 




V.D. 


T 

H. 8. 




1 


II.D. V. 8. 




ILD. 11. 8. 






IJ 


[ Add. 


9 


a 55 


Add.| 


17 


5 44 


Add. 


25 


8 31 


Add. 




3C 




10 


3 16 






18 


^ ^ 




26 


851 






55 




II 


3 37 






19 


6-26 




27 


9 1' 






J 14 




12 


3 58 






20 


6 47 




28 


9 31 






X 34 




13 


4 19 






21 


7 8 




29 


9 51 






I 54 




14 


4 40 






22 


7 29 




30 


10 10 






2 14 




15 


5 I 






23 


7 50 












a 35 


1 


* 16 


5 a2 






24 


8 II 











MS of ^^ V» Waler are gi?en for Mean Time at Place ; if Dublin or Railway Time be required^— fbr 

CUWATMblll »• I QUEB58Z0WN odd 8 m. I WAXMSMOKDaddZm, 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 





OCTOBER, IS64. 






I 


i 


Is 


HARWICn. 


UULL. 


SUSDERLAiJD 


s 


IIohnimj, 


AriEnNoos. 


JIOKSIKO. 


ApTEnsuos. 


UoBBIIiG. 


Afieb 








Time, 


IIolElil. 


Thaa. 


Bdsbt. 


Time, lletghl. 


Timo. 


Hclglit 


Tliiio. 


Hdght 


Ti^ 














H. M. 




a. «. F. 1. 


n. H. 






n. u. 










S. 


' 


ott9 





— 


12 


" 5 


6 30|>o 3 


645 


30 


5 


3 32 


13 


" 


3 3 




*■ 


a 


53 


37 


11 6 


41 


II 6 


7 0,20 7 


7 '7 


20 


8 


3 5= 


14 


3 


4 




M. 


3 


I 40 


i7 


M 6 


1 14 


" 5 


7 33,io 7 


,48.0 


6 


4 32 


'4 


3 


43 




Tu. 


4 


2 28 


I ap 


II 4 


I 45 




8 3,10 5 


8 19 JO 


3 


4 54 


'4 




5 '<: 




W. 


5 




2 2 




a 19 


II 


8 3619 11 


8 S4'9 


7 


5 >7 


13 


7 


5 4 




Tb, 


6 


3 J9 


3 3fi 


10 10 


a 5.5 


10 8 


9 13 '9 a 


9 33 '8 


8 


6 4 


13 


'. 


6 2 




F. 


7 


5 ^5 


3 1.5 


10 6 


3 36 


10 4 


9 55 '8 3 


10 ioi7 


9 


65. 


13 


4 


7 K 




S. 


i. 


6 I 


3 59 


10 a 


4 24 




.050.7 3 


1. 2J16 


10 


7 43 


'I 


8 


8 M 




*■ 


9 


6 ss 


4 54 


9 10 


5 27 


9 9 







3.6 


6 


8 49 


11 


3 


9 =5 


■ 


M. 


la 


1 .50 


6 4 


9 9 


^53 


9 »o 


42 


'^ 5 


. =3>6 


6 


10 14 


II 


3 


'o SJ 




Tu. 




8 44 


7 37 




8 i; 


10 3 


3 2 


16 10 


" 39l'7 




11 32 




9 






W. 


12 


9 39 


8 .^2 


10 ; 


9 sj 




3 13 


■ 8 4 


3 46|i9 


3 


5 


12 


3 


3i 




Tb, 


13 


10 33 


9 .^4 


>' 3 


10 20 


11 6 


4 1419 11 


4 3810 


t 


1 4 


"3 


5 


I 3 




F. 


M 


ti 28 


JO 45 




[i 9 


13 I 


5 >>. 3 


5 i-S," 


9 


I 5'^ 


'4 


5 


a 3 




S. 


1.^ 


room 


1' 33 


12 3 


>. 56 


13 4 


5 49 


33 I 


6 1312 


4 


3 44 


'5 


J 


3 <! 




*■ 


16 


24 


— 





i; 


13 4 


635 


33 5 


6 jSi. 


6 


3 a? 


.5 


6 


3 4i 


1 


M 


^7 


1 »1 


39 


13 3 


I 2 


12 3 


7 21 


33 j 


7 4 

8 26 




a 


4 ' 


15 


6 


4 3= 




Ta 


18 


2 1; 


I 24 


13 


I 46 


11 10 


8 4 


21 9 


31 


4 


4 54 


15 





5 .« 


] 


^V. 


'9 


z 13 


2 8 


11 ; 


a 39 


It 4 


8 4^5 


20 8 


9 8 


^° 




43^ 


.4 


1 


5 5S 


1 


Th. 


10 


4 6 


2 50 


II I 


3 'I 


10 9 


9 29 


'9 3 


9 51 


l- 


7 


6 33 




I 


64 


1 


F. 




4 J8 


3 3* 


10 


3 55 


10 3 


10 irji; 11 


[o 44 




3 


7 13 


13 




7 3« 


! 


S. 


ja 


5 4<5 


4 19 


10 


446 


9 9 


11 15:16 8 


1. JO 


16 




8 5 


,, 


3 


8 3 


1 


*■ 


13 


6 3" 


5 14 


9 7 


5 47 


9 5 


— 


25 


.5 


9 


9 11 


10 


8 


9 5 


1 


M. 


14 


7 16 


6 28 


9 5 


7 10 


9 5 


' ..5 7 


1 3/'.; 


8 


10 as 


10 


6 


11 ( 


1 


Tu 


15 


7 59 


7 49 


9 7 


8 23 


9 5 


3 1715 I J 


2 44 ifi 


4 


'I 37 










W. 


16 


841 


855 


9 " 


9 24 




3 1616 10 


3 46'7 


4 


7 


II 


3 


3 


] 


Th. 


*7 


9 n 


9 48 


10 4 


10 10 


10 / 


4 817 io 


4 =9'8 


4 


058 


II 




I IS 


1 


F. 


iB 


10 6 


10 29 


10 9 


10 47 


10 II 


447.8 9 


5 419 


2 


I 4c 


12 


8 


I 5S 


1 


S. 


ig 


10 50 


" 5 




II 32 


11 3 


5 3t''9 6 


J 38 


.9 


It) 


3 17 


.3 


" 


2 3 


'■ 


It. 


30 


M 36 


II 40 


II 4 


" 57 


'J 5 


5 56;^° 


6,4 


20 


a 


a 5 


.3 


8 


3 




M. 


3' 


oaij 


— 


— 


13 


11 5 


6 3<;- 4 


6 49 


20 


5 


3 =3 


13 


" 


3 4 


1 


H^j«™,SpH,«J 5«.9U.. 


10ft. Qin. 


;«. 2'". 


Phases of the MooTi. 


Jl/oon'* Declination at A 


'00a. 


D. H. u. 


HD 





U I. 






«.D. 






H.K 





Krot Quarter- 8 3 37 Afternoon. 


I ' 


7S.48 


9 


.5S.40 


.7 . 


7N 


34 


=5 


5 


Full - - - 15 6 I j Morning. 


a 


11 24 






6 


18 1 


9 


10 


36 


I 


Last Quarter- ai 11 27 Morning. 




'4 33 


11 




5 


19 I 


9 


33 




3 


New - - -30 328 Afternoon. 




17 4 


12 




9 




9 




28 


6 






i3 49 


'3 




ti 






29 


-9 . 




In Perigee - 13 6 Afternoon. 




19 38 


'4 







33 I 




9 




3 


In Apogee - 35 6 Afternoon. 




19 34 


15 




5 


33 . 




13 


31 1 


6 




8 


.8 4 


16 




49 


34 


8 


49 







lie timet of Bigb Wit0 ■!« gfvni for Ueu Time at Place; if Oreeniricb or Riilmy Time be nqaira 
Hakwick mUnief b m. | Hcu add la, | Susiwkuxd ndil E m. 



BRITISH AND IRISH PORTS. 



77 



OCTOBER, 1864. 



NORTH SHIELDS. 






MORXIKO. 



Time. 

H. II. 

3 ^3 



3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

6 



5^ 
^4 

31 
8 

52 



Height. 

F. I. 

12 lO 



Aftbbnoon. 



o 
1 

2 
2 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

lO 

II 
o 
I 
I 

2 

2 

3 



7 48 

B 59 

10 26 

11 46 

19 

14 

o 

44 

28 
12 

57 
42 

^5 

M 
12 



13 

13 
12 

12 

I ( 

II 

10 

10 
10 
10 
II 
12 

13 

14 

13 
12 

12 

CI 

10 



Time. 

H. IC 

3 



23 

41 

51 
21 

10 

46 

20 

51 
24 



9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

II 

12 

12 
12 



9 

41 
II 

3 
6 

o 
i' 

9 

3 
3 

3 

o, 

4 

4 
8 

II 

o 
o 
o 

6 

6 

II 

2 

9 

5 
I 

6 

JO 



4 

4 

5 

5 
6 

7 
8 



38 

8 
40 

13 

49 
29 

19 
21 



Height. 

F. I. 
12 II 



LEITH. 



MORKIKO. 



9 42 
II 7 



o 
I 

2 

3 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 
7 



48 

37 
22 

6 

50 

34 
20 

3 
48 

42 

8 46 



10 
II 

o 
I 
2 

2 

3 
3 



3 
^9 



13 
12 

12 

12 

II 

10 

10 

9 
10 

II 
12 

13 
14 

H 

13 
12 

II 

10 

9 

9 
9 



I 

II 
6 

2 

7 
II 

2 

II 

5 



Time. 

n* K. 
2 21 



2 

3 
3 

4 

5 

5 
6 



50 

19 

5^ 
26 

2 

49 
42 



Height. 
F. I. 



48 
28 

3 
35 

8 

41 



10 
II 
II 
12 

12 
12 



9 

9 
8 

3 

5 
o 

4 
6 

7 
6 

8 

5 
8 



I 
91 



7 

9 
10 

II 

o 

o 

I 



2 

3 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 



91 

II 



rifeanSpriug') 
Unge. i 



ft. Qin. 



G'^-S 



53 
20 

39 

43 

8 

55 
42 

26 

7 

52 
36 
20 
II 

7 

8 15 

9 36 

10 44 

11 43 

4 
40 

15 



o 
o 
I 

I 

2 



15 

16 
16 

15 
15 
14 
14 
13 

12 
12 

13 

14 

15 
16 

17 

17 

17 
16 

15 

15 

13 
12 

12 
12 
12 

13 
13 
14 
15 



Afterxoon. 



II 

I 

o 

9 
4 

9 
I 



9 

9 

5 

5 
1 

4 
3 

7 

5 
10 

II 

o 

10 

10 

2 
I 

5 
I 



Tune. 

H. M. 

2 36 



4 

35 
8 

43 

25 

15 
16 



3 
3 
4 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 34 

10 I 

11 12 



Height. 
F. I. 

16 C 

16 

15 
15 
'5 
14 
13 
13 



TOURSO. 



MOHNIMO. 



49 
22 



15 
15 



5 
3 



7 
II 



o 
I 
2 

2 

3 
4 

4 

5 
6 

7 



I 

II 
6 
I 
6 
8 



3i 
19 

5 

46 
29 

14 

57 

45 

37 
40 



12 

13 
13 

15 
i6 



8 

o 

II 

8 
10 



17 6 

17 

17 
16 

15 

14 

13 
12 



Time. 
H. ic 

8 24 

8 53 

9 ^5 
958 

10 34 

11 17 

o 34 



Height. 
F. I. 

13 



I 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

7 



44 
16 



8 57 

10 12 

11 14 



o 
o 

I 

2 

2 



22 

58 
3a 

6 
38 



12 
12 
12 

13 
14 
15 

15 
16 



3 
5 

o 

3 



10 
8 

4 

10 
o 



8"^- 2 



in. 



40 

44 

31 
II 

53 

8 34 

9 19 

5 
48 

37 
2 

57 



10 

10 

II 

o 

o 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

6 
7 

7 
8 



7 
33 
45 
44 
^3 
55 
^3 

54 
26 



13 
12 

12 

12 

II 

10 

9 

9 
10 

II 

12 

13 
14 

14 
14 
13 
12 

II 
10 

9 

9 

8 

9 

9 
10 

II 

12 

12 
13 



Afternoon. 



I 
II 

6 
o 

3 



8 
8 
I 
2 
6 

9 
6 

6 
2 

4 

4 

3 
8 



I 

II 

2 

9 

/ 
6 



10 
o 



Time. 
ir. u. 

8 38 

9 8 

9 41 
10 16 

10 54 
[J 41 

o 

I 



Height. 
F. I. 

13 






2 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 
8 



7 
6 

26 
o 

14 
9 
51 
31 
14 



o'6 

o 1-6 

9 2"6 

3 3'^ 

8 4«6 

II 5'6 

6 6-6 

II ]) 

9 7 8-6 

9 10 9«6 

10 

II 

13 
14 
14 



13 
12 

12 

II 

10 

10 

9 



lOii 

2 



7 



8 56 

9 4a 

10 26 

11 12 



o 
I 

2 

4 

5 
6 

6 

7 

7 

8 



29 
31 

50 
12 

16 

6 

40 

9 

38 

10 



^io«6 
ii'6 

I2«6 

13*6 
O 

i5'6 
ioli6"6 
17*6 
i8*6 
i9»6 

20*6 

(C 

1122*6 

23»6 
24*6 

25-6 

26*6 



10 

9 



8 43 



14 

13 
12 

II 

10 
9 
8 

9 

9 
10 

II 

11 ji|27»6 

12 728*6 

12 
13 



2 
I 



TI 

O 



I 0-9 



gn. -in. 



Equation of Time at Noon. 



M. A. 




ICD. 


ir. 8. 




M.D. 


M. 8. 




M.D. 


10 29 


Add. 


9 


12 49 


Add. 


17 


14 41 


Add. 


25 


10 48 




10 


13 5 




18 


14 5» 




26 


11 6 




II 


13 20 


• 


19 


15 3 




27 


II 24 




12 


13 35 




20 


15 13 




28 


II 42 




13 


13 49 




21 


15 22 




29 


" 59 




14 


14 3 




22 


15 31 




30 


12 16 




15 


14 j6 




n 


15 39 




31 


" 33 




16 


14 ^9 




24 


15 47 




• 




\MQi High Water are giTen for Mean Time at Fiace ; if Greemr ich or Bailwajr Time be required,~for 
VcsTK Shxsum a<2i 6 ID. I liSiTH ck/J 13 m. I Tntnso ocfdUta* 



TIDE TABLES FOE THE 

















OCTOBER, 


1864. 














h 


c 


•: = 


GHEENOCK. 




LIVERPOOL. 




PEMBROKE. 


1 


s 


















Morn IN □. 


ArTERMOON. 


-- 


Afte&icoun. 


MoKKIitu. 


.\lTEi 








Time. 


Qeisht. 


■nme. 


HdiW 


Time. 


Height. 


IHais. 


h:^ 


nine. 


n^^. 


TiBM. 1 






li. H. 








a, M. 




I. 


H. K. 




B. U. 






a. M. 






H. K. 


s. 




oa s 


_ 


— 




5 


9 


6 


II I 


>5 5 


" .1.3 


35 


7 


6 9 




5 


6 2V 


A- 




53 


21 


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