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A TABLE tu fueri Laster-inov, J.om the present Time, tell the l'ear 1399, inclusive.
Golden Day of the Smray
Number. Month. Letier.
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den Number of the year in the first coluinn of

the Table, against which stands the day of the 19

Paschal Full Moon, then look in the third 8

column for the Sunday Letter, next after the

day of the Full Moon; and the day of the 16

month standing against ibat Sunday Letter is 5

Erster-Day. If the Full Moon happen upon

a Sunday, then (according w the first rule) the 13 April 1

next Sunday after is Easier-Day.
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To find the Golden Number or I'rime, add 1

to the year of our Lord, and then divide by 19; 10

the remainder, if any, is the Golden Number ; 5

but is nothing remain, then 19 is the Golden
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Number.
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To find the Dominical or Sunday Letter ac8

G cording to the Calendar, until the year
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193 inclusive, add to the year of our
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B Lord its fourth part, omitting fractions,
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divide the sum by 7, and if there be no
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retainder, then Å is the Suncay Letter; 1

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Note. That in all Bissextile or Leap-Year:
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the end of the year.

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4 5 6 7 uppermost line, and III. Mar. 26 27 23 23 23 2 25 the Golden No. or IV. Ap. 16 17

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14 15 Prime, in the column V. Ap. 21 3

4 5 6 Mar. 31 Ap. 1 of Golden Nos, and VI, Ap. 23 24

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201 21 22 against the Prime in VII. Ap. 9 13

11 12) 131 14 el the same line, under VIII. Ap. 21 3 Mar. 28 291 30 Si Ap. 1 the Sunday letter, you IX. Ap. 16 17

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201 21 22 have the day of the X. Ap. 9) 10 11 5 6

7 8 Month on which Eas. XI. Mar. 26 27 28 29 301 31 25 ter falleth that Year. XII. 'Ap. 16 17 18 12 13 14 15 But, XIII. Ap. 2 3 451 61 7) 81 Note, That the name XIV. Mar. 26 27

28 22 23 241 25 of the Month is set on XV. Ap. 16

10 11 12 1S 14 15 the Left Hand, or just XVI. Ap. 21 3)

5 Mar. 30 31 Ap. 1 with the Figure, and XVII. Ap. 23 21 18 191 20 21 22 followeth not as in XVIIT. Ap. 9 1) 11 12 13 기 8 other Tables, by des. XIX. iAp. Mar. 27 28 29 30

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Note, That in a Bissextile or Leap-Year, the number of Sundays after
Epiphany will be the same as if Easter-Day had fallen one day later than
it really does. And, for the same reason, one Day must, in every Leap Year,
be added to the day of the Month given by the Table for Septuagesima
Sunday, and for the first day of Lent.

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the Year 2139, inclusive.

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|| Golden Daroothe Sunday TAE Goodeno Numberein 14 March 22 7 April G

dar, will point out the Days 3 23 E

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of the Paschal Full Moons, 24 15

10 B till the year of our Lord 11 25

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1900; at which time, in or. 26

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from the Year 1900, to the

Year 2199, inclusive. This Table is to be made use of, in all respects, as the first Table, before inserted, for finding Easter, till the Year 1899.

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GENERAL TABLES for finding the Dominical or Sunday Letter,

and the Places of the Golden Numbers in the Calendar.

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or Sunday Letter for any given Year of our Lord, add to the Year its fourth part, omitting fractions, and also the Number, which, in Table I. standeth at the top of the Column wherein the number of hundreds contained in that given Year is found: Divide the sum by 7, and if there be no remainder,then A. is the Sunday Letter; but if any Number remain, then the Letter which standeth under that Number at the top of the Table, is the Sunday Letter.

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1700

1800

1900 2000

2100

2200

2300
2400

2500

2600

2700 2800

2300

3100 3200

3000

3300

3500
3600

3400

5700

3800

3900 4000

4100

4200

4300 4400

4500

4600

4700 4800

4900

5000

5100
5200

5300

5400

5500 5600

5700

5800

5900
6000

6100

6200

6300
6400

6500

6600

6700
6800

6900

7000

7100 7200

7300

7400

7500 7600

7700

7800

7900
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8100

8200

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Month to which the Golde:

Numbers ought to be prefixed in the
Years of
Years of

Years of ourLord. our Lord.

Calendar in any given Year of our our Lord.

Lord, consisting of entire bundred B 1600 OB 4000 10 B

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years, and in all the intermediate
1700 1 4100 11 6500 21 vears betwixt that and the next bun-
1800
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6603 22 dredth year following, look in the se 1900 2 4300 12

6709 23 cond columnos Table II. for the give B

2000 21B 4400 121 B 6800 22 en year, consisting of entire liun-
2100 2

4500 13 6900 23 dreds; and note the number or cy 2200 3 4600 131 7000 24 pher which stands against it in the

2300 4 4700 14 7100 24 third column; then in Table III. look B

2400 3 B 4800 14 B 7200 24 for the same number in the column 2500 4 4900 141 7300 25 under any given Golden Number, 2600 5

5000 151 7400 25 which when you have found, guide 2700 5 5100 16

7500 26 your eye sideways to the left hand, B 2800 51B 5200 15| B 7600 26 and in the first column you will find

2900 6 5300 16 7700 26 the month and the day to which that 3000 6 5400 17 7800 27 Golden Number ought to be pre

3100 7 5500 17 7900 28 fixed in the Calendar, during that B 3200 7 B 5600 17B 8000 27 period of one hundred years.

3300 7 5700 18 8100 28" The Letter B prefixed to certain 3400 8 5800 18 8200 29 hundredth years in Table II. denotes

8500 91 5900 191 8300 29 those years which are still to be acB 3600 8 B 6000 19|B 8400 29 counted Bissextile or Leap Years in 3700 9

6100 19 8500 o the New Calendar; whereas all the 3800 10 6200 20 &c. other hundredth years are to be ac3900 10 6300

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Icounted only common years.

TABLE TII.
Paschal Sunday

THE GOLDEN NUMBERS.
Full Moon. Letter. 11 21 31 41 51 61 7! 81 S/10/11/12/13/14/15/16/17/18/19
March 21

8119 011122 3,14 25 6117128 9201 1/12/23 4/15126
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9 201 1 12 23 4 15 25 718 29 10 211 213 24 516 27 231

1021 2 13 24 5 16 27 819 0 11 22 314 25 61728 24

11 22 31425 617 28! 9 20 1.12 23 4 15 26 71329 25 G 11223) 4 15 26! 7|18/29 10 211 2 13/24 5/16 271 811310 26 А 113245 16/27 8:19 0223114|25617289 2011 27 B 1425 6 17 28 9 20 1 12 23 4 15 26 7 18 29 10 21 2 28

15 26 7 18 29 10 211 213 24 51627 819 0 11 22 3 29 D 1627 819 0 11 22 3 14 25 617 9 20 112 23 4 301 E 117 281 9 201 1 12/23 15 26 718 29 10 211 2 13 241 5

31 F 118 29 10:21! 211324) 516|27| 819 0 11 22 3141256 April 1 G 19 01122 3 14 25 6 17 23 9 20 112 23 415 26 7

2 A 20 112 23! 4115261 7 18 29 10 211 21324 516 27 3
3 B 21 21324 516 27 8 19 0 11 22 31425 6|17289
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221 3|1425 6/17/28 9201 1/12/28 415/26! 7|18|29 10
51 D 1234115 26 7118129110 211 213 24 5|16|27 8119 0111
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1728 9 20 112 23 415 26 7 18 29 10 21 21 8

18 29 10 211 21324 51627 819 0 11 22 314
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27 8119 011'22 31425 617/28 201 1 12 23! 4115
101 B 128 9/20 11223) 4|1526718| 102112113124
11 c 129 10 21 2 1324 516 27 819 11 22 31425 617
12 D 1122 3 14 25 617 9120 1223 4 15 26 7 18
13 E 112 23 4 15 26 718|29|10/21 13:24 5 16 27 8 19

F 2/13 24 51627 81191 ou 22 14 25' 61723 9 20

G 3/14/25617/28/ 9,20 1121231 4 15,20 7118129/10121 16 A 415 26 7 18 29 10 211 213241 516 27 : 19 011122 17 B 516 27 819 0 11 22 3 14 25 61728 9201 1/12 23 17 B

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MORNING PRAYER.

I The Minister shall begin the Morning Prayer, by reading one or more of the following Sentences of Scripture.

to nothing ple; let all the earth keep Jer. x. 24. Psal. vi. 1. silence before him. Hab. ii. 20. Repent ye; for the kingdom of

From the rising of the sun even heaven is at hand. St. Matt. iii. 2. unto the going down of the same, I will arise, and go to my father, my name shall be great among and will say unto him; Father, I the Gentiles; and in every place have sinned against heaven, and incense shall be offered unto my before thee, and am no more name, and a pure offering: for worthy to be called thy son. St. my name shall be great among Luke xv. 18, 19. the heathen, saith the Lord of Enter not into judgment with hosts. Mal. i. 11.

thy servant, O Lord; for in thy Let the words of my mouth, sight shall no man living be jus. and the meditation of my heart, tified. Psal. cxliii. 2. be alway acceptable in thy sight, If we say that we have no sin, O Lord, my strength and my we deceive ourselves, and the Redeemer. Psal. xix. 14. truth is not in us; but if we con

When the wicked man turneth fess our sins, God is faithful and away from his wickedness that just to forgive us our sins, and to he hath committed, and doeth cleanse us from all unrighteousthat which is lawful and right, he ness. 1 John i. 8, 9. shall save his soul alive. Ezek. Then the Minister shall say, xviii. 27.

EARLY beloved brethren, I acknowledge my transgressions; and my sin is ever before sundry places, to acknowledge me. Psal. li. 3.

and confess our manifold sins Hide thy face from my sins; and wickedness, and that we and blot out all mine iniquities. should not dissemble nor cloak Psal. li. 9.

them before the face of Almighty The sacrifices of God are a bro-God, our heavenly Father, but ken spirit; a broken and a contrite confess them with an humble, heart, O God, thou wilt not des- lowly, penitent, and obedient pise. Psal. li. 17.

heart; to the end that we may Rend your heart and not your obtain forgiveness of the same, by garments, and turn unto the Lord his infinite goodness and mercy. your God; for he is gracious and And although we ought, at all merciful, slow to anger, and of times, humbly to acknowledge great kindness, and repenteth our sins before God; yet ought we him of the evil. Joel ii. 13. chiefly so to do, when we assem

To the Lord our God belong ble and meet together, to render mercies and forgivenesses,though thanks for the great benefits that we have rebelled against him ; we have received at his hands, to neither have we obeyed the voice set forth his most worthy praise, of the Lord our God, to walk in to hear his most holy word, and bis laws which he set before us. Ito ask those things which are reDan. ix. 9, 10.

quisite and necessary, as well for O Lord, correct me, but with the body as the soul. Wherejudgment; not in thine anger, sfore, I pray and beseech you, as

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