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Page 17 - And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days and years...
Page 105 - A TREATISE OF THE NATURAL GROUNDS, AND PRINCIPLES OF HARMONY By WILLIAM HOLDER, DD, Fellow of the Royal Society, and late Sub-Dean of their Majesties
Page 39 - The indiction, instituted by Constantine the Great, is properly a cycle of tributes orderly disposed for fifteen years, and by it accounts 01 that kind were kept.
Page 4 - The arms, spread cross in a straight line, and measured from one end of the long finger on one hand, to that of the other; made a measure equal to stature, and is named a fathom.
Page 35 - Dec. . and °jan. t. and if one of them, the former ) happen to be Sunday , the other in courfe muft ftand for Monday ; and then reckoning onward, Sunday muft fall upon the firft following G, and G will be the Dominical that enfuing Year. Thus the odd Day drifts back the Dominical Letter every Year, by one Letter.
Page 77 - Epafts ; and of the feemingDiforderof the Golden Number in that Calendar, throughout the Month of July: And in the fame manner in all other Months .always allowing for the Differences in the Places of thofe Numbers, which will arife from the Inequality of the Solar and Lunar Months. From whence it ' < ' F 2 is, That in the Year 1709, Epad 29, the Moon's Change will be allotted to Apr.
Page 36 - To take a more eafie Account of thefe Changes, there is appropriated a Cycle, which comprehends in order all the Variations of the Sunday Letter: and is therefore called, the Cycle of the Sun...
Page 19 - Cpntcr, and only feems to move, and the Motions be attributed to the Earth, after the Copernican way ; which of late is more generally favoured, becaufe it does much better, and more eafily folve all the Phmttunena'.