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    Re: Old Almanacs
    From: Bruce Stark
    Date: 2004 Dec 15, 14:51 EST
    Ken,

    Make that 1766—1828, inclusive. I also have 1829, 30, 31, and 32. So we have the first 67 issues of the Almanac to draw from. George, Fred, Alex, Franc, anyone working on observations of that era, should let Ken know what they need.

    The "Explanation and Use . . ." of the Almanac can be gotten on line from the 1804 edition at the National Maritime Museum, or so I believe.

    Bruce
       
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