| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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,... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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,... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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