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on the 11th, statioy among the stars again on the 23rd, and in his descending node on the 27th
VENUS is an evening star, setting at 10h. 13m. p.m. on the 2nd, at 10h. 30m. p.m. on the 12th, at 10h. 39m. p.m. on the 22nd, and at 10h. 35m. p.m., or 4h. 5m. after sunset, on the last day of the month. She is near the Moon on the 4th, at her least distance from the Sun on the 6th, and at her greatest brilliancy on the 27th.
MARS is a morning star, rising on the 2nd at 5h. 34m. a.m., or 1h. 12m. before sunrise; on the 12th at 5h. 15m. a.m., or 1h. 9m. before sunrise; on the 22nd at 4h. 53m. a.m.; and on the last day at 4h 33m. a.m., being 1h. 8m. before sunrise on both these mornings. He is due south on the 1st at 9h. 52m. a.m., on the 15th at 9h. 40m. a.m., and on the last day at 9h. 26m. a.m. He is near the Moon on the 26th.
JUPITER is an evening star, setting on the 1st at 9h. 20m. p.m., on the 12th at 8h. 49m. p.m.; on the 22nd at sh. 23m. p.m., or 2h. 9m. after sunset; and on the last day at Sh. 1m. p.m, or 1h. 30m. after sunset. He is due south on the 1st at 2h. 39m. p.m., on the 15th at 1h. 56m. p.m., and on the last day at 1h. 7m. p.m. He is near the Moon on the 3rd, and again on the last day.
SATURN is an evening star, setting on the 2nd at 9h. 42m. p.m., on the 12th at 9h. 8m. p m.; on the 22nd at 8h. 36m. p.m., or 2h. 22m. after sunset; and on the last day at Sh. 7m. p.m. He is due south on the 1st at 3h. 1m. p.m., on the 15th at 2h. 12m. p.m., and on the last day at 1h. 16m. p.m. He is near the Moon on the 3rd, and again on the last day of the month.
HENRY THE EIGHTH AND ANNE BOLEYN. FROM "THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS."
THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF 1880.
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Anglesea-Mr. R. Davis, L
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Mr. G. W. Russell, L
Banbury-Mr. B. Samuelson. L
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Beaumaris Mr. Morgan Lloyd, L
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C. Magniac, L
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L; Lord Tavistock, L
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Birmingham-Mr. Muntz, L; Rt Hon.
J. Bright, L; Mr. Chamberlain, L
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Bodmin Hon. E Leveson-Gower, L.
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A. Morley, L
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E. L. Stanley, L
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Craig, L.; Mr. H. J. Davenport, C
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Stalybridge- Mr. W. Somers, L
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Sir H. Havelock-Allan, L
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Grantham, Q.C., C
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