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HULL,
YORK S HIRE,
L I N Ꮯ 0 Ꮮ Ꮪ Ꮪ Ꮋ I Ꭱ E ,

AND

NORTHERN AND MIDLAND COUNTIES

ALMANACK

AND DIARY,

For 1851:

REING THE THIRD YEAR AFTER LEAP-YEAR :
THE FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH OF THE REIGN OF HER MAJESTY

QUEEN VICTORIA,
AND THE SEVENTEENTH OF THE PUBLICATION OF THIS ALMANAÓK.

By J. D. SOLLITT,
HEAD MASTER OF THE HULL GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

RA The Tables for the sun and Moon, &c., are calculated expressly for
THİS ALMANAJK, and for the Latitude and Meridian of Hull, and are

therefore suited to all the surrounding Counties.

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HULL:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY AND FOR
MARY NOBLE, 23, MARKET-PLACE.

LONDON: W. STRANGE, JUN., 21, PATERNOSTER-ROW;

YORK: RICHARD BURDEKIN, PARLIAMENT-STREET.
LEEDS: THOMAS HARRISON, BRIGGATE;

BOSTON: JOHN NOBLE, MARKET - PLACE ;
AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.

(ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL)

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New Moon, 2nd day, 105. 44m. inorning. Note. In the co.nr.. un rises and

sets, the middle figures describe the

First Quarter, 10th day, 4h. 21m. afternoon. minutes and signify after the hour

Full Nioon, 17th day, th. 42m. afternoon. of rising and before the hour of set-

Last Quarter, 24th day, 8h. 17m. inorning.

ting. Example, Jan. 1, rises 21

min. part 8, sets 21 min. to 4.

MW Fasts and High Water Sun Sun's Moon Mn's, 097

DD Festivals, &c. :

at Hull. rises & Decli- rises south

Morn. | Even. sets nation & sets ing

11W Circumcision | 5 38 5 588 21 4 23 2 sets new

2 Th

1 6 18 6 398 20 4 22 571 4 5 0 6 4 12

3F Jupiterr.3 plm. 7 0 7 178 20 4 22 52 5 0 0 56 4 40

7 35 7 518 19 422 46 6 0 1 441 5 8

5 S 2 Sun. aft. Xms 8 7 8 27 8 18 4 22 39 7 3 2 301 5 35

6 M Epiph. Old Xms 8 43 8 588 17 4 22 32 8 81 3 151 6 2

7 Tu

9 20 9 358 16 4 22 25 9 13 3 58 6 28

8w

9 5310 11 8 15 4 22 1710 19 4 40 6 54

9 Th Saturn sets 10p0 m 10 3110 528 14 4 22 9 11 23 5 23 7 20

10F

11 1411 408 13 4 22 Omorn. 6 6 7

118 Hilary Termbeg. 10 48 12 421 511 0 34 6 511 8 8

112 S 1 Sun.aft Epiph.) 0 38 1 13 8 10 421 42 1 43 7 39 8 32

113M Cam. Tb. Plough! 1 46 2 218 9 421 32 2 58 8 30) 8 55

14 Tu Oxf.Tbeg. [Mon 2 56 3 328 84 4 12 9 25 9 17

15 w

4 61 4 338 6 421 111 5 25/10 241 9 38

116 Th

4 561 5 238 5421 0 6 34 11 26 9 59

17F

5 50 6 13 8 3 420 48rises 12 29 10 20

18S Prisca

6 387 38 2 420 36 5 42/13 31 10 39

19 S. 2Sun.aft Epiph. 7 27 7 51 8 0 4 20 24 7 514 29 10 58

20 M Fabian

8 14 8 407 59 5 20 11 8 30 15 25 11 16

21. Tu

9 1 9 257 58 5 19 589 51|16 17|11 33

22 W Vincent 9 5010 147 56 519 44 11 12 17 811 50

23 Th

10 3611 17 54 5 19 31 morn. 17 57 12 5

24 F

11 25 11 547 52 5 19 16 0 28 18 45 12 20

25 S Conver. St. Paul. 10 237 50 519 21 4119 3412 35
26 S 3Sun.aft Epiph 1 0 1 367 49 5 18 471 2 56 20 23 12 48

27 M

2 8 2 4717 47 5 18 32 4 321 12 13 1

28 Tu

3 25 4 117 46 518 16 5 7 22 213 13

29 W Jupiter r 29 p 11 m 4 32 5 017 45 518 0 6 322 51/13 24

30 Tb King Chas I mar 5 25 5 497 43 5 17 44 6 5023 40113 34

31 F Hilary Term end 6 7 6 2817 42 5 17 27) sets. / new 13 43

The Weather.- January comes in with cold winter weather, and
with a temperature more inclined to decrease than otherwise. Very cold, and
inclined to storm, on the 5th ; at least the temperature will be very low as
the month advances. Stormy weather may be looked for after the 18th or
19tlı days. About the 23rd or 24th the weather will get milder and finer,

but on the whole we think the present January will be as stormy and cold

or even more so than we have had it at this season of the year for some timei

Very high tides may be looked for about the 18th, if the wind be west or

north-west.

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