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    Re: Old Almanacs
    From: Alexandre Eremenko
    Date: 2004 Dec 15, 16:34 -0500

    The dates of the observations we are discussing are:
    1800 Apr 17, 18, Dec 22
    1801 Feb 17,24, 25, 28, Mar 1.
    On Wed, 15 Dec 2004, Bruce Stark wrote:
    > Ken Muldrew,
    > Let me know the dates you and others need old Almanac data for.
    > I'll try to
    > get photocopies of those months in the mail to you within
    > a few days. I have
    > 1766�1825, inclusive. Some of these are bound 3 or 4
    > years together, and in good
    > shape. Opening them wide enough to photocopy would
    > crack their spines. But
    > most of the years have cracked spines already,
    > and I don't mind photocopying
    > them.
    > I paid $1000 for the lot 15 years ago.
    > Nearly balked at the cost, though my
    > wife was encouraging me.
    > Bruce

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