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All Sundays in the Year.
Christ. The days | S. Barnabas.
of The Nativity of S. John the the Feasts Baptist. of S. Peter the Apostle.
S. James the Apostle.
That is to say: All Sundays in the year.
The days of the Feasts of the Circumcision of our Lord Jesus Christ. Of the Epiphany. *Of the Purification of the blessed Virgin. Of S. Matthias the Apostle. Of the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin. Of S. Mark the Evangelist. ‘Of S. Philip and Jacob the Apostles. Of the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Of the Nativity of S. John Baptist. Of S. Peter the Apostle. Of S. James the Apostle. Of S. Bartholomew the Apostle. Of S. Matthew the Apostle. Of S. Michael the Archangel. Of S. Luke the Evangelist. Of S. Simon and Jude" the Apostles. Of All Saints. Of S. Andrew the Apostle. Of S. Thomas the Apostle. Of the Nativity of our Lord. Of S. Stephen the Martyr. Of S. John the Evangelist. Of the holy Innocents.
Monday and Tuesday in Easter week. Monday and Tuesday in Whitsun week. [1604.]
" In the New Calendar, Tables and Rules, mentioned and referred to in the Act (24 Geo. II. c. 28) for regulating the commencement of the Year, and for correcting the Calendar then in use, the Rule is this; “ the first Sunday after the Full Moon, which happens upon, or next aster, the 21st of March.”
A brief declaration when every Term beginneth and endeth.
Be it known that Easter Term beginneth always the 18th day after Easter, reckoning Easter-day for one; and endeth the Monday next after the Ascension day. Trinity Term beginneth 12 days after Whitsunday, and continueth 19 days. Michaelmas Term beginneth the 9th or 10th day of October, and endeth the 28th or 29th day of November. Hilary Term beginneth the 23rd or 24th day of January, and endeth the 12th or 13th day of February. In Easter Term, on the Ascension-day; in Trinity Term, on the Nativity of S. John Baptist; in Michaelmas Term, on the feast of All Saints; in Hilary Term, on the Feast of the Purification of our Lady, the King's Judges of Westminster do not use to sit in Judgment, nor upon any Sundays. 
*T*-- and the snbsequent Rules in [1601) and the Scotch, Liturgy, are placed after the Calendar. * **, the Epiphany insert, “Of the Conversion of S. Paul.” [S. L.] * -- ” [S. i * \tors Mark the Evang. insert, “Monday and Tuesday in Easter and Whitsun weeks.” [S. L.]
* * tae Ascension, insert, “Of S. Barnabas.” (S. L.] g
In [1559) the Epact is 6. 1. The Almanack of (1552) extends from 1552 to 1570 inclusive, but the Easter days are not specified after 1561. 2. The Almanack of (1559) extends from 1559 to 1588 inclusive. 3. The Almanack of [1604) extends from 1603 to 1611 inclusive. 4. The Almanack of [S. L] extends from 1637 to 1670 inclusive. The columns that are left blank do not form part of this Almanack, and the entries in italics from 1637 to 1641 inclusive, belong to the Almanack of [1604), and from 1661 to 1670 inclusive, to that of [1662). 5. The Table of Moveable Feasts in [1602) extends from 1661 to 1700 inclusive.
1653 1654 1655 1656 1657 1658 1659 1660 1661 1662 1663 1664 1665 1666 1667 1668 1669 1670 1671 1672 1673 1674 1675 1676 1677 1678 1679 1680 1681 1682 1683 1684 1685 1686 1687 1688 1689 1690 1691 1692 1693 1694 1695 1696 1697 1698 1699 |1700
Dec. 1 Nov. 30. Nor. -zo Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 2 Dec. 1 Nov. 29 Nov. 28 Nor. 27 Dec. 3 l Nov. 30 29 28 Dec. 3 2 I Nov. 30 28 27 Dec. 3 2 Nov. 3029 28 27 Dec. 2 1. Nov. 30 29 27 Dec. 3 2 l Nov. 29 28 27 Dec. 3 1
Note, That the Supputation of the year of our Lord in the Church of England beginneth the xxv day
March, the same day supposed to be the first day upon which the world was created, and the day when
Christ was conceived in the womb of the Virgin Mary.
Note, That the Supputation of the year of our Lord in the Church of England beginneth the five and twentieth day of March. [1662)