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Principal FESTIVALS and FASTS of the

Church of England.

I. On the Annunciation of
the bleffed Virgin Mary; com-
monly called, Lady-Day, March


II. On the Nativity of our
Saviour, or Birth-Day of Chrift;
commonly called, Christmas-Day,
December 25.

III. On the Circumcifion of
Chrift, being New-Year's-Day,
January 1.

IV. On the Epiphany, or,
Manifeftation of Chrift to the
Gentiles, January 6.

V. On the Prefentation of
Chrift in the Temple, common-
ly called,The Purification of Saint
Mary the Virgin, February 2.
VI. On Ab-Wednesday, and

the Lent-Faft.

VII. On the Day of our
bleffed Saviour's Crucifixion ;
commonly called, Good-Friday.

VIII. On Eafter-Day, the
great Festival of our Lord and
Saviour's Refurrection from the

IX. On the Afcenfion of our
Lord Jefus Chrift; commonly
called, Holy Thursday.

X. On Whit-Sunday, be-
ing the great Feftival of the De-
fcent of the Holy Ghoft; fome-
time called Pentecoft, as being
Fifty Days after Eafter.

XI. On Trinity-Sunday; be-
ing the Lord's-Day, next after

With PRAYERS for the faid Festivals and Fafts.

Defigned for the Instruction and Benefit of humble
and ferious Chriftians.

By DANIEL HALLOWS, A. M. Rector of Gilfton
in Hertfordshire.

LONDON, Printed for J. WILFORD, behind the Chap-
ter-Houfe, near St. Paul's. M. DCC. XXXIII.

147. 9.343.


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