Observations on time, sacred and profane: being chronographical disquisitions on the Julian and Gregorian styles: etymological notes on the names of years, months, and days : also historical remarks on the various holy days, either fasts, or festivals in use in England; their original names, end, and use : to which are annexed tables, engraven on copper plates, with the Julian, Gregorian, and Jewish stiles parallel'd, with many other things useful for those that consult almanacks, and read foreign news
Dictionary of horology
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