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+ This Month is said to have derived its name from Maia, the Mother of Mercury, who was styled Bona Dea, or the Beneficient Goddess : and to whom the first Day of this Month was held facred.

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Day of March in those years, of which they are respectively the Golden Nombers; and the Sunday Letter next following any such Full Moon points out Easter-Day for that Year. All which helds until the Year of our Lord 1899 inclusive; after which Year, the Places of thelė Golden Numbers will be to be changed.

Some imagine this Month is so called from the Goddess Juno, others, from Junjus Rratus, who expelled the Tyrant Tarquin from Rome; and was the firt Conful and Amercor of Rowan Liberty.

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