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Supplement No2
Friday May 3d 1861

From the 2 observations in journal marked * (star)

h m s | - | - | h m
1-56-30 * | 70°-45' | App T. about | 9-25 AM
7-35-30 * | 66°-20' | " " " [[dittos for: App T. about]] | 3-00 P.M.

70°-45'-00" Alt. [[symbol: Sun]]
   -1  -45  In Er
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2)70-43-15
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35 -21 -37
    16 +00 Semi D [[symbol: Sun]]
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35 -37 -37
    -1 -19 Ref
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35°-36'-18"

Alt [[symbol: Sun]] 66°-20'-00"
-1-45 In Er.
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2)66-18-15
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[[symbol: Sun]] Semi D 16-00
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33-25-07
Ref 1-17
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33°-23'-50"

At h9-m25 AM [[symbol: Sun]]'s Correct Central Altitude  35°-36'
At 3-00 P.M. [[symbol: Sun]]'s Cor. Central Alt.  33°-24'

- | h m s
Chro (R's) | 7-35-30
" " [[dittos for: Chro (R's) | 1-56-30
- | 5-39-00 Elapsed Time

Declination
May 3d 1861  15°-45'-4.8"
Dif. per houf - 43.62"

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