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Author: Pett, John.
Title: The great cicle of Easter containing a short rule. To knowe vppon what day of the month Easter day will fall, made for the vse of such as would without their booke readily find out, and declare as well Easter day, as the other moueable feastes in the yeere: the domincall [sic] letter, the epact the age of the moone, her shining and the course of the tide. With other necessarie tables to learne out the course of the yeere, by Io, P. 1583. [...] Set foorth according to the Queenes iniunctiones.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The great cicle of Easter containing a short rule. To knowe vppon what day of the month Easter day will fall, made for the vse of such as would without their booke readily find out, and declare as well Easter day, as the other moueable feastes in the yeere: the domincall [sic] letter, the epact the age of the moone, her shining and the course of the tide. With other necessarie tables to learne out the course of the yeere, by Io, P. 1583. [...] Set foorth according to the Queenes iniunctiones.
Pett, John.

Imprinted at London: By I[ohn] C[harlewood] for Thomas Butter [, and are to be solde at his shoppe neere to S. Augustines gate, 1584]
Notes:
By John Pett.
Printer's name from STC; bookseller's address and publication date from colophon. A variant (STC 19817.5) has colophon dated 1584 on D2v. On this edition, D2v is blank.
Signatures: A-C D2.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Appears at reel 538 and at reel 1638 (same copy filmed twice).
Subject terms:
Church calendar -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09537.0001.001

Contents
title page
❧ To the Right Worshipful, and his speciall good freend Maister VVilliam Roe Alder∣man of London, Iohn Pett Gentleman, wisheth health and peace in Christ, with increase of Worship. &c.
To the Reader.
❧ The contentes of this booke.
text
calendar
A rule to finde Easter.
❧ A declaration of the meaning of these Verses.
❧ The Prime or golden number.
A necessarie Table to know Easter for euer.
¶ Heere followeth an other necessary Ta∣ble, vvherein is placed in your sight, the mooueable feastes with their orderly courses according to the course of Easter day, which being knowen the other wilbe easily borne in memory.
❧ This Table serueth to know the mooueable Feastes.
tables
❧ A declaration of these two Tables.
To know the Epact doo thus.
¶ VVhereto the knowledge of the Epact serueth.
¶ A Table shewing how ma∣nie howers the Moone shineth euery night throughout the whole yeere.
explanation of table
table
¶ This declaration serueth for the Table before.
¶ A necessarie rule to knowe the beginninges and endinges of euery Terme, with their returnes.
table