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till the Year 1899 inclufive.
A B с
II April 9
IV April 6
Mar.2829 1718 -1819
45Mar.30 ∙1819 -201
6 Mar. 3 April 1
31 April 1
31 April 1
O make use of the preceding Table, find the Sun
and the Golden Number, or Prime, in the Column of Golden Numbers, and against the Prime in the fam Line under the Sunday Letter, you have the Day of th Month on which Eafter falleth that Year. But Note That the Name of the Month is fet on the Left Hand, or juft with the Figure, and followeth not, as in other Tables, by Difcent, but Collateral.
according to the foregoing Calendar.
of Lent. The firft Day
Mar. 3 Feb. 23
Mar. 4 Feb. 17
28 13 Mar. 4
16 Mar. I Feb. 21
Mar. 4 Feb. 17
Feb. 25 9
6 25 17
Mar. S Feb. 18
Day, from the Year 1900, to the Year 2199 inclufive Gen Day of the Sunday Numbers. Month Letters
He Golden Numbers in the foregoing Calendar will point out the Days
of the Pafchal Full Moons, till the Year of our LORD 1900; at which Time, in Order that the Ecclefiaftical Full Moons may fall nearly on the fame Days with the real Full Moons, the Golden Numbers must be removed to different Days of the Calendar, as is done in the an nexed Table, which contains fo much of the Calendar then to be used, as is neceffary for finding the Pafchal Full Moons, and the Feast of EASTER, from the Year 1900, to the Year 2199 inclufive. This Table is to be made ufe of, in ali refpects, as the First Table before inferted, for finding EASTER till the Year
Letter, and the Places of the Golden Numbers in the Calendar.
O find the Dominical or Sunday Letter for any given Year of our Lord, add to the Year its Fourth Part, omitting Fractions, and alfo the Number, which in Table I. ftandeth 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 is no Remainder, then A is the Sunday Letter; but if any Number remaineth, then the Letter, which ftandeth under that Number at the Top of the Table, is the Sunday Letter.
COMMON PRAYER, &c.
At the beginning of Morning Prayer, the Minifter ball read with a loud vice fome one or more of these Sentences of the Scriptures that follow: and then be fall fay that which is written after the faid fentences.
HEN the wicked man turneth away from his wickedness that he hath committed, and doeth that which is lawful and right, he fhall fave his foul alive. Ezek. xviii. 27. 2. I acknowledge my tranfgreffions, and my fin is ever before me. Pfal. li. 3.
3. Hide thy face from my fins, and blot out all mine iniquities. Ver. 9.
ET the wickedness of a finner be ever fo great, God will rereturns to him by a fincere repentance. For in the fame manner that thofe who have formerly led a virtuous life, fhall, if they deviate into fin, forfeit the favour of the Almighty, and destroy their fouls, notwithstanding their former goodness: in like manner a wicked man, if he reforms his life and turns to God, will become acceptable to him and partake of his mercy, whereby his fonl will be redeemed from eternal damnation.
2. I don't attempt to palliate my guilt by excufes, much lefs do I deny it; but acknowledge it with forrow and contrition, never lofing fight of it, but retaining always a fevere fense of it in my mind.
3. O Lord,