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December.
Boston.
6th..  4h.50m. P.M.
13th.. 8h.49m. P.M.
21st..11h.44m. P.M.
29th.. 9h. 3m. A.M.

Moon's Phases.
...LAST Q'RTER...
....NEW MOON....
...FIRST Q'RTER...
....FULL MOON....

New York.
6th.. 4h.38m. P.M.
13th.. 8h.37m. P.M.
21st..11h.32m. P.M.
29th.. 8h.51m. A.M.

Boston 1868 New York

 MOON|  HIGH TIDE  | SUN |D |Day |D | SUN |  HIGH TIDE  | MOON|
R & S|Morn'g|Even'g|R & S|of| of |of|R & S|Morn'g|Even'g|R & S|
 H  M| H  M | H  M | H  M|M |Week|M | H  M| H  M | H  M | H M |
 6 20| 0   2| 0  26|r7 10| 1| Tu | 1|r7  5| 9  11| 9  35| 6 25|
 7 21| 0  50| 1  15|s4 28| 2| We | 2|s4 33|10   0|10  26| 7 25|
 8 27| 1  41| 2   8|r7 12| 3| Th | 3|r7  7|10  53|11  19| 8 31|
 9 36| 2  34| 3   0|s4 28| 4| Fr | 4|s4 33|11  45|..... | 9 39|
10 46| 3  27| 3  54|r7 14| 5| Sa | 5|r7  9| 0  12| 0  39|10 48|
11 56| 4  22| 4  51|s4 28| 6| S  | 6|s4 33| 1   7| 1  36|11 57|
 morn| 5  22| 5  53|r7 16| 7| Mo | 7|r7 11| 2   7| 2  38| morn|
 1  5| 6  24| 6  55|s4 28| 8| Tu | 8|s4 33| 3   9| 3  40| 1  5|
 2 13| 7  24| 7  53|r7 18| 9| We | 9|r7 13| 4   9| 4  38| 2 12|
 3 21| 8  22| 8  50|s4 28|10| Th |10|s4 33| 5   7| 5  35| 3 19|
 4 28| 9  17| 9  43|r7 20|11| Fr |11|r7 15| 6   2| 6  28| 4 25|
 5 33|10   8|10  32|s4 28|12| Sa |12|s4 33| 6  53| 7  17| 5 30|
 6 36|10  56|11  19|r7 21|13| S  |13|r7 16| 7  41| 8  4 | 6 32|
 sets|11  40|..... |s4 29|14| Mo |14|s4 34| 8  25| 8  46| sets|
 6 14| 0   1| 0  23|r7 23|15| Tu |15|r7 18| 9   8| 9  30| 6 19|
 7  8| 0  45| 1   7|s4 29|16| We |16|s4 34| 9  52|10  14| 7 12|
 8  4| 1  29| 1  50|r7 24|17| Th |17|r7 19|10  35|10  56| 8  8| 
 9  1| 2  11| 2  32|s4 29|18| Fr |18|s4 35|11  17|11  38| 9  4|
 9 59| 2  53| 3  13|r7 25|19| Sa |19|r7 20|11  58|..... |10  1| 
10 57| 3  34| 3  56|s4 31|20| S  |20|s4 36| 0  19| 0  41|10 58|
11 55| 4  18| 4  41|r7 26|21| Mo |21|r7 21| 1   3| 1  26|11 56|
 morn| 5   6| 5  31|s4 32|22| Tu |22|s4 37| 1  51| 2  16|morn |
 0 53| 5  56| 6  23|r7 27|23| We |23|r7 22| 2  41| 3   8| 0 53|
 1 53| 6  50| 7  17|s4 33|24| Th |24|s4 38| 3  35| 4   2| 1 52|
 2 56| 7  44| 8  12|r7 28|25| Fr |25|r7 23| 4  29| 4  57| 2 54|
 4  1| 8  40| 9   7|s4 34|26| Sa |26|s4 39| 5  25| 5  52| 3 58|
 5  6| 9  34|10   2|r7 29|27| S  |27|r7 23| 6  19| 6  47| 5  2|
 6 11|10  29|10  55|s4 35|28| Mo |28|s4 41| 7  14| 7  40| 6  7|
rises|11  21|11  46|r7 29|29| Tu |29|r7 24| 8   6| 8  31|rises|
 6 10|..... | 0  11|s4 37|30| we |30|s4 42| 8  56| 9  22| 6 14|
 7 21| 0  37| 1   3|r7 30|31| Th |31|r7 24| 9  48|10  15| 7 25|


1868
Wednesday, January 1.

Boston Mass.

A rainy, gloomy day. Speakers tonight at the Tremont Temple but so terribly mucy [[mucky]] that there is no possibility of reaching there. I sent a letter to Mathe] today which I wrote last night in the latest hours nearly of the old year. The year renews its births to day with all of its hopes and sorrows. Uncertainty and doubt are in its wake. For me and mine I know not, but may God enable us whatever may be my lot.

To murmur not, but patiently bear, and want and labor.
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