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Proper LESSONS to be read at Morning and Evening PRAYER,

On the Sundays throughout the Year.

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Sundays after

Eafter. The first Numbers 16 Numbers 22 2 23 24

25 3 Deuteronomy 4

Deuteronomy 5 C A L E N D A R. This takes its name from the Latin Word Calenda which lgnified the firft Day of every Month amongst the Romans; and which is derived from the Greek Word caleo to call : becauke as the Romans antiently counted their Months by the Motion of the Moon, Eley had a Priest appointed, to observe the times of the new

Moon ; wba when he had feen it, gave Notice to the President of the Serifices, who called the People together, and de. lared to them how they were to reckon the Days until Nonef (which were the 7th Days of March, May,

Inddaober ; and the sth of the rest of the Months)

pronouncing aloud Caleo five Times if the Nones happened on the fifth Day; or seven times, if they happened on the 7th Day of the Month.

The design of the Calendar before the Common Prayer is to Thew on what Days of each Month the Falts and Festivals of the Chu ch are to be kept : and what i'or. tions of the Scriptures are to be read every Day, Morning and Evening thioughout the Year. The Lessons for Sundays and Holy days are mentioned separately in the first Table: and the rest are placed in a Line die dlly opposite to the Day of the Month on which they are to be Read.

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MORNING

EVENING
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PRAYER.

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12 . This Month takes its name from Janus, of whom it is related, that he knew things paft and to come; and therefore they represented bim with two Faces, and deified him after his deatli, This Deity the Romans establihed to bear Rule at all Beginnings.'

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+ MARCH hath xxxi Days.

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MORNING EVENING
PRAYER.

PRAYER
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David Archbp.

Luke 12
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4 + Is so called from Mars the God of War, who was worshipped by the ROMANSON the first Day of this Month. With THEM it was the first Month in the Year. The rea. Son of its being dedicated to him seems to h.ve been because Romulus founder of the Roman State suppose himself to be the Son of Mars.

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It is supposed to have been so called from the Latin Word Aperio to ufen: because then the Pores of the Earth begin to open. Forth fy the tępid Airs; and unconfin'd, Púr forth their Buds,

unfolding by degrees, Unbinding Earth, the moving foftness firays. Till the whole leafy Foreft ftands display'd The Hawthorn whitens; and the juicy Groves In full Luxureance ,

THOMSON.

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