1! A Hosea-8 Ephesians - 1 Hosea -10 Luke 9 v. 18 to 43 2 b 11 & 12 to 1.7 2 ---13 to y. 15 9 v. 3 3'c -14 8|| Joel 1 10 to v. 25 4d Joel 2 to v. 15 41-2 v. 15 to 28 10 v. 2 5 e 2 v. 28 & 3 6 3 v. 9 11 to v. 29 to v. 9 6 f Amos 1 & 2 6 | Amos 8 11 y. 29 to v. 6 78 4 Philippians - 1 5 12 to v. 22 8 A 7 8-12 v. 22 to 41 9' b 91 -12 v. 41 10 c Jonah 1 2 -13 to 7. 18 11 d 8 Colossians 1 - 18 v. 18 12 e Micah 1 to v.10 21 Micah 2 -14 to 1. 25 13 1 3 4 14 v. 25 & 15 to v, 11 14 g 5 6 -15 v, 11 71 Thess. Nahum 1 16 to v. 19 alonians 1 16 b Nahum 2 2 8% 16 v. 19 17' c Habakkuk - 1 3 Habakkuk 2 -17 to v. 20 15 A 18 d St. Luke. 1 19 e 4) Zephaniah- 1 17 v. 28 20 i Zephanlab - 2 5 8-18 to v. 18 21 g Haggai 12 Thess Haggal- 21 18 v. 18 alonians 1 2 A Zechariah - 1 2l| Zechariah 2 19 to v. 28 23 b 3 19 v. 28 24 C 51 Timothy - 1 6 20 to v. 27 25 d 7 8 20 v. 27 26 e 9 10 -2 11 -12 22 to v. 81 28 8 St. Simon and St. Jude. -14 -22 v. 81 to 84 80 b Malachi-- 1 6|| Malachi 2 - 22 v. 64 ac 3 to v. 18 2 Timothy - 1 -3 v. 13 & 4 28 to 1.2 NOVEMBER. MORNING PRAYER. EVENING PRAYER. DAR. AS CALEN. FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND 1 d All Saints. 2 e Tobit 132 Timothy - 2 Wisdom 1 Luke 23 v. 26 to 50 8 I Wisdom 4 v.7 8 6 to v. 22 23 v. 50 & 24 to v. 13 -7 v. 15 -8 to v. 19 -24 v. 13 5 A 9 Titus 13 John 1 to v. 29 6 b -16 to v. 14 2 19 -1 v. 29 70 Ecclesiastt. 3|Ecclesiasti 2 CUS 1 C8 2 8 d 3 to v. 24 Philemon 41 3 to v. 22 9! e 5 Hebrews 16v.18 & 7to v.11 3 v. 22 10 1 9 V. 15 & 2 -10 v. 18 4 to v. 31 10 to v. 18 11 8 -15 3 16 v. 26 & 17 4 v. 31 to v. 20 12 A -18 to v. 15) 4 18 v. 155 to v. 2A 13 b -21 to v. 14 522 v. 23 & 23 5 v. 24 to v. 10 14 C -24 to v. 19 6 -24 v. 19) 6 to v. 22 15 d 130 v. 21 & 31 -34 v. 13 -6 v. 22 to 41 to v. 12 16 e 35 -6 v. 41 to v. 12 17 1 39 v. 13 9 41 to v. 147 to v. 25 18 g 42 v. 17 & 43 -10 -7 v. 28 to v. 11 19 A 47 to v. 12 -11 -50 to v. 25 8 to v. 21 20b -51 8 v. 21 19 & 5 21 c Isaiah1 -13||Isaiah- 2 9 22 -3 to v. 16 James- 1 41 -10 to v. 22 23 e 5 to v. 18 2 5 V. 181 -10 v. 22 24 1 61 7 -11 to v. 21 25 g 8 to y. 18 48 v.18 & 9 to v.81-11 y. 21 to 47 26 A -9 y. 8 5 -10 to v. 2011 y. 47 & 12 to v. 20 mb -10 y. 20/1 Peter -11 -12 v. 20 28 -12 2 -13--13 to v. 21 29 d -14 to v. 24 -17 13 v. 2 90 e St. Andrew. 1 f Isaiah- -18 1 Peter-4 Isaiah 19 tov.18 John 14 2 g -19 v. 18 & 20 5 -21 to v. 13 -15 3A -22 to v. 15 2 Peter--1 -22 y. 15 16 to v. 16 b 2 16 v. 16 5 c -25 3 -26 6 d 271 John 1 -28 to v. 14 -18 to v. 28 7 e -28 v. 14 2 -29 -18 v. 28 30 to v. 18 3 30 v. 18 -19 to v. 35 98 31 -32 19 v. 95 10 A 5 34 20 to v. 19 11 b 35 2 John 40 -20 v. 19 12 C 41 to v. 17 3 John 41 v. 17 -21 to v. 15 13 a 42 to v. 17 Jude 42 v. 17 & 43 -21 y. 15 to v. 8 14 e 43 v. 8 Revelation 1 44 to v. 21 Revelation 2 to V. 18 15 14 y. 21 & 45 2 v, 18 & 3 to -45 v. 81 -3 r. 7 to v.8 161 g -46 4 17 A 48 7 18 b -49 v. 13 8 9 19 C -51 10 11 20 d 52 v. 13 & 53 -12 13 xxili Cables and Rules for the Movable and Immovable feasts, TOGETHER WITH THE DAYS OF FASTING AND RULES TO KNOW WHEN THE MOVABLE FEASTS AND HOLY-DAYS BEGIN. ASTER-DAY, on which the rest depend, is always the First Sunday after the Full Moon, which happens upon or next after the Twenty-first Day of March, and if the Full Moon happen upon a Sunday, Easter-day is the Sunday after. But Note, That the Full Moon, for the purposes of these Rules and Tables, is the Fourteenth Day of a Lunar Month, reckoned according to an ancient Ecclesiastical computation, and not the real or Astronomical Full Moon. Advent-Sunday is always the nearest Sunday to the Feast of St. Andrew, whether before or after, Septuagesima Nine Eight Weeks before Easter. Seven Quadragesima Six Rogation-Sunday Five Weeks Ascension-day is Forty Days after Easter, Seven Weeks Eight Weeks A TABLE OF FEASTS, The Transfiguration of our Lord St. Bartholomew the Apostle. The Epiphany. St. Matthew the Apostle. The Conversion of St. Paul. St. Michael and all Angels, The Purification of the Blessed St. Luke the Evangelist. Virgin. St. Simon and St. Jude the Apostles St. Matthias the Apostle. All Saints. St. Thomas the Apostle. The Nativity of our Lord JESUS St. Philip and St. James the Apos- CHRIST. tles. St. Stephen the Martyr. The Ascension of our Lord JESUS St. John the Evangelist. CHRIST. The Holy Innocents. St. Barnabas the Apostle. Monday and Tuesday in Easter The Nativity of St. John Baptist. week. St. Peter the Apostle. Monday and Tuesday in Whitsun St. James the Apostle. week, A TABLE OF FASTS, Good Friday. NENCE AS IS MORE ESPECIALLY SUITED TO EXTRAORDINARY ACTS AND EXERCISES OF DEVOTION. Friday, and Saturday after September 14, and December 13. III. The three Rogation-days, being the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday before Holy Thursday, or the Ascension of our Lord. IV. All the Fridays in the Year, except Christmas-day. In addition to the above, the first Thursday in November (or, if any other day be appointed by the Civil Authority, then such day, shall be observed as a Day of Thanksgivingto Almighty God, for the Fruita of the Earth, and all other Blessings of his merciful Providence, xxiv THE Numbers prefixed to the several Days, in the foregoing eighteenth Day of April, both inclusive, denote the Days upon which those Full Moons do fall, which happen upon or next after the twenty-first Day of March, in those Years of which they are respectively the Golden Numbers; and the Sunday Letter next following any such Full Moon points out Easter-day for that year. All which holds until the Year of our Lord 2199 inclusive; after which Year, the places of these Golden Numbers will be to be changed, as is hereafter expressed. To ind Easter-day, look in the first column of the Calendar, be. tween the twentieth Day of March and the nineteenth Day of April, for the Golden Number of the Year, against which stands the Day of the Paschal Full Moon. Then look in the third column for the Sunday Letter next after the Day of the Full Moon; and the Day of the Month standing against that Sunday Letter is Easterday. If the Full Moon happen upon a Sunday, then (according to the first rule) the next Sunday after is Easter-day. To find the Golden Number, or Prime, add 1 to the Year of our Lord, and then divide by 19; the remainder, if any, is the Golden Number; but if nothing remain, then 19 is the Golden Number. To find the Dominical or Sunday Letter, and the places of the Golden Numbers in the Calendar, see the General Tables which follow. |