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" Sun is a revolution of twenty-eight years, in which time the days of the months return again to the same days of the week ; the Sun's place to the same signs and degrees of the ecliptic on the same months and days... "
The Planetarium and Astronomical Calculator - Page 257
by Tobias Ostrander - 1832 - 262 pages
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The Elements of Natural Or Experimental Philosophy, Volume 4

Tiberius Cavallo - Aeronautics - 1803 - 490 pages
...to differ one degree in 100 years ; and the leap-years begin the fame courfe over again with refpect to the days of the week on which the days of the months...The cycle of the moon, commonly called the golden numher, is a period of 19 years, in which time the conjunctions, oppofitions, -and other afpects of...
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Modern Geography: A Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States ..., Volume 1

John Pinkerton - Africa - 1804 - 694 pages
...ecliptic on the same days, so as not to differ 1° in 100 years ; and the leap years return again in respect to the days of the week on which the days of the month fall. These tilings arise from hence : If 365 (the days in a common year) bs divided by 7, there...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: or, A dictionary of arts and sciences ..., Volume 6

Encyclopaedia Britannica - 1810 - 824 pages
...differ one degree in loo years ; and the leap-years begin the fame courfe over *Sa'n w>tn refpeft, to the days of the week on which the days of the months folL The cycle of the moon, commonly called the golden number, is a revolution of 1 9 years; in which...
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The Modern Preceptor ; Or, a General Course of Education, Volume 2

John Dougall - 1810 - 684 pages
...of the cycle; the sun's placeto the samepomt of theecliptic, and the leap years to the same course with respect to the days of the week, on which the days nf the month fall. The lunar cycle is a revolution! of ly year?, at the end of which time the new and...
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The Bioscope, Or Dial of Life, Explained: To which is Added, a Translation ...

Granville Penn - Christian life - 1812 - 332 pages
...ecliptic, on the same months and days; and the leap years begin the same course with respect to tl|u days of the week on which the days of the months fall. The present year, 1812, is the_//rrf year of a solar cycle; -.- .-.•-i 't OP THE CALENDAR. Days, weeks,...
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A Complete System of Astronomy, Volume 1

Samuel Vince - Astronomia - 1814 - 602 pages
...ecliptic on the same days, so as not to differ 1° in 100 years; and the leap-years return again in respect to the days of the week on which the days of the months fall. These things arise from hence. If 365," the number of days in a common year, be divided by 7, there...
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The Panorama of Science and Art: Embracing the Sciences of ..., Volume 1

James Smith - Industrial arts - 1815 - 684 pages
...the case within a decree for 100 years. The leap-years, also, at the expiration of the solar cycle, begin the same course over again with respect to the...the days of the months fall. The cycle of the moon, the year of which is called the golden number, is a period of 19 years, at the end of which time, (he...
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Time's Telescope for ... ; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack

Almanacs, English - 1819 - 426 pages
...days ; or at least so nearly so as to deviate only about one degree in 100 years. The leap years also begin the same course over again with respect to the days of the week on which the days of the month fall. The cycle of the Moon is a period of 19 years, after which period the conjunctions, oppositions,...
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Elements of Astronomy: For the Use of Schools and Academies : with Questions

John Hubbard Wilkins - Astronomy - 1822 - 158 pages
...signs and degrees of the Ecliptic on the same months and days, so as not to differ a degree in 100 years; and the leap years begin the same course over...again, with respect to the days of the week, on which ihe days of the months fall. To find the Cycle of the Sun, add 9 to the given year, divide by 28, and...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 6

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823 - 878 pages
...signs and degrees of the ecliptic on the same months and days, so as not to difter one degree in loo years ; and the leap years begin the same course over again with respect to the days of the week on ivhich (^y1' the days of the month fell. The cycle of the moon, чиЬ«т. commonly called the golden...
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