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ECLIPSES IN 1865.
In the year 1865 there will be four eclipses; two of the Sun, and two of the Moon.

FIRST
A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, night of April 10-11.
Visible as follows:
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    | NEW YORK | ST. LOUIS | SAN FRANCISCO
    | d  h  m  | d  h  m  | d  h  m  
Moon enters Penumbra | 10 9 6 A. | 10 8 1 A. | 10 5 52 A.
Moon enters Shadow | 10 10 49 A. | 10 9 44 A. | 10 7 35 A. 
Middle of Eclipse | 10 11 42 A. | 10 10 37 A. | 10 8 28 A.
Moon leaves Shadow | 11 0 25 M. | 10 11 30 A. 10 9 21 A.
Moon leaves Penumbra | 11 2 17 M. | 11 1 12 M. | 10 11 3 A.
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SECOND
A Total Eclipse of the Sun, April 25. - Visible to South
America and Africa

THIRD
A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, evening of October 4.
Visible to Europe, Asia, and Africa: partially visible to the United States.
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    | NEW YORK | ST. LOUIS | SAN FRANCISCO
    | d  h  m  | d  h  m  | d  h  m  
Moon leaves Shadow | 4 6 45 A. | 0 0 0 | Invisible.
Moon leaves Penumbra | 4 7 58 A. | 4 6 53 A. | Invisible.
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FOURTH
an Annular Eclipse of the Sun, October 19. - Visible to North America and parts of Europe,, Africa, and South America.
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    | NEW YORK | ST. LOUIS | SAN FRANCISCO
    | d  h  m  | d  h  m  | d  h  m  
Eclipse begins | 19 9 2 M. | 19 7 47 M. | Sunrise.
Eclipse ends | 19 0 12 A. | 19 10 43 M. 19 8 1 M.
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JANUARY 1865 FEBRURAY

[[January]] Moon's Phases | [[February]] Moon's Phases
First Q'rter, 4d. 10h. 46m. M. | First Q'rter, 2d. 8h. 12m. A.
Full Moon, 11d. 6h. 4m. A. | Full Moon, 10d. 11h. 31m. M.
Last Q'rter, 19d. 9h. 40m. A. | Last Q'rter, 18d. 4h. 42m. A.
New Moon, 27d. 4h. 34m. M. | New Moon, 25d. 3h. 7m. A.

[[calendar for January 1865]]

D of M | Day of Week | Sun R & S | Moon S & R | High Water 
       |             | H  M      | H  M       | H  M
1 | S | 7 25 r | 9 31 | 11 5
2 | Mo | 4 44 s | 10 40 | 11 53
3 | Tu | 7 25 r | 11 49 | 0 18 
4 | We | 4 46 s | morn | 1 10 
5 | Th | 7 25 r | 0 57 | 2 10
6 | Fr | 4 48 s | 2 4 | 3 12
7 | Sa | 7 25 r | 3 9 | 4 17
8 | S | 4 50 s | 4 12 | 5 20
9 | Mo | 7 24 r | 5 8 | 6 16
10 | Tu | 4 52 s | 6 1 | 7 10 
11 | We | 7 24 r | rises | 7 57
12 | Th | 4 54 s | 6 2 | 8 39 
13 | Fr | 7 23 r | 7 0 | 9 19
14 | Sa | 4 56 s | 7 59 | 9 59
15 | S | 7 23 r | 8 57 | 10 37
16 | Mo | 4 58 s | 9 53 | 11 15
17 | Tu | 7 22 r | 10 48 | 11 53
18 | We | 5 1 r | 11 45 | 0 13
19 | Th | 7 21 r | morn | 0 56
20 | Fr | 5 3 s | 0 42 | 1 44
21 | Sa | 7 20 r | 1 41 | 2 38
22 | S | 5 5 s | 2 39 |3 36 
23 | Mo | 7 18 r | 3 37 | 4 38
24 | Tu | 5 8 s | 4 33 | 5 39
25 | We | 7 17 r | 5 27 | 6 37
26 | Th | 5 10 s | sets | 7 32
27 | Fr | 7 15 r | 5 58 | 8 22 
28 | Sa | 5 12 s | 7 11 |9 10
29 | S | 7 14 r | 8 24 | 9 57 
30 | Mo | 5 15 s | 9 35 | 10 44
31 | Tu | 7 12 r | 10 46 | 11 33
 
[[calendar for February 1865]] 
 
D of M | Day of Week | Sun R & S | Moon S & R | High Water 
       |             | H  M      | H  M       | H  M
1 | We | 5 17 s | 11 55 |
2 | Th | 7 10 r | morn | 0 49
3 | Fr | 5 20 s | 1 2 | 1 48
4 | Sa | 7 8 r | 2 6 | 2 53
5 | S | 5 22 s | 3 4 | 3 58
6 | Mo | 7 6 r | 3 56 | 5 0 
7 | Tu | 5 25 s | 4 43 | 5 57
8 | We | 7 4 r | 5 25 | 6 48
9 | Th | 5 27 s | 6 1 | 7 34
10 | Fr | 7 1 r | rises | 8 14
11 | Sa | 5 29 s | 6 47 | 8 51
12 | S | 6 59 r | 7 43 | 9 27
13 | Mo | 5 32 s | 8 39 | 10 3 
14 | Tu | 6 56 r | 9 35 | 11 40
15 | We | 5 34 s | 10 32 | 11 18
16 | Th | 6 53 r | 11 29 | 11 57
17 | Fr | 5 37 s | morn | 0 19
18 | Sa | 6 51 r | 0 26 | 1 7 
19 | S | 5 39 s | 1 24 | 2 3
20 | Mo | 6 48 r | 2 20 | 3 4
21 | Tu | 5 42 s | 3 12 | 4 9
22 | We | 6 45 r | 4 1 | 5 13
23 | Th | 5 44 s | 4 48 | 6 14
24 | Fr | 6 43 r | 5 31 | 7 11
25 | Sa | 5 46 s | sets | 8 1 
26 | S | 6 40 r | 7 13 | 8 48
27 | Mo | 5 49 s | 8 28 | 9 35
28 | Tu | 6 37 r | 9 40 | 10 23
29 |   |   |   |   |
30 |   |   |   |   |
31 |   |   |   |   |
 
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