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KALENDARIUM ROMANUM.

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Saluti in coll. Quirinali.

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Soli Indigeti.

Opis et Cereris arae in vico Jugario. Herculis magno custodi in Circo.

Dianae, Verlumno. Augusti natalis, Porph.

Kal. IV. III. Prid. Nonae. VIII. VII. VI. V. IV. III. Prid. Idus. XIX. xviii. XVII. XVI. XV. XIV. XIJI. XII. XI. X. IX. VII. VII. VI. V. IV. III. Prid.

Portumnalia ad pontem Aemil. Jano.
Consualia Sabinarum raptus.
Augusti mors.
Vinalia secunda, Plin.
Vinalia rustica, Var.

Volcanalia in circo Flamin.

Opi Consivae in Capitolio.

Volturnalia.
Arae Victoriae in curia dedic.
Volcanalia, Fest.
Mundus Cereris patet.
Germanici natalis.

SEPTEMBER. Μαιμακτηριών.

Volcani tutela Septemb.
Augusti victoria navalis ex M. Aot. & Cleop.
Dionysia seu Vindemiae.

Erebo.

Hierosolyma à Tito Vespas. capta.

Jovi Capitolii dedic. Praeto clavım pangit.

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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Kal.
IV.
III.
Prid.
Nonae.
VIII.
VII.
VI.
V.
IV.
III.
Prid.
Idus.
XVIII.
XVII.
XVI.
XV.
XIV.
XIII.
XII.
XI.
X.
IX.
VIII.
VII.
VI.
V.
IV.
III.
Prid.

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Ludi Romani sive Magni, per 4 dies.

Romuli natalis, Plut.

Virgilii mors.
Natalis Augusti, Suet.

Veneri. Saturno. Maniae.

Fortunae Reduci.

Meditrinalia. Epulum Minereae, Vet. Cal.

Pompeii M. natalis.

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KALENDARIUM ROMANUM.

OCTOBER. Πυανεψιών.

Martis tutela October.

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Mundus Cereris pater, Fest.

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Pyanepsia Apollini. Oschophoria, i. Ramalia, Plut.

10 11

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Augustalia. Fontinalia.

Kal. VI. V. IV. III. Prid. Nonae. VIII. VII. VI. V. IV. III. Prid. Idus. XVII. XVI. XV. XIV. XII. XII. XI. X. IX. VIII. VII. VI. V. IV. III. Prid.

Mercurio Mercatores sacr. Marti October

Equus immolatur, Fest. Virgilii natalis.

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Jovi Liberatori. Armilustrium.

Hoc mense Libero sacrum fiebat, Vet. Kal.

Vertumni feriae etiam hoc mense, Var.

Ludi Victoria.

NOVEMBER. 'Ay Testngtáv.

Diana tutela hic mensis.

Jovis epulum hoc mense. Neptunalia.

Cereris mundus pater, Fest.

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Maria clauduntur usque ad VI. Id. Mart. Pithaegia. Lectisternia.

Kal. IV. III, Prid. Nonae. VIII. VII. VI. V. IV. III. Prid. Idlus. XVIII. XVII. XVI. XV. XIV. XIII. XII. XI. X. IX. VIII. VII. VI. V. IV. III. Prid.

Ludi plebeii in Circo per bos dies, Suet.

Coena pontificum in honorem Magnae Matris.

Plutoni et Proserpinae.

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Hoc meuse inferiae fiebant Gallis defossis et

Graecis in foro Boario, Plut.

KALENDARIUM ROMANUM.

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DECEMBER. Toradecúv.

Fortunae muliebris festum.

Neptuno et Minervae.

4

Faunalia, Porph.

6

Junoni Jugali sive Zygiae.

10 11 12 13

Agonalia.
Alcionii dies.
Equiria.

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Brumalia.

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Kal,
IV.
III.
Puid.
Nonae.
VIII.
VII.
VI.
V.
IV.
III.
Prid.
Idus.
XIX.
XVIII.
XVII.
XVI.
XV.
XIV.
XIII.
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XI.
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VIII.
VII.
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Saturnaliu, per septem dies.
Opalia, Var.
Sigillaria, Macrob.
Angeronalia. Herculi et Cereri de multo.
Feriae. Laribus dic. Compitalia.
Feriae Jovis. Laurentinalia, Plut.
Juvenalis dies, Suet. Juvenalis ludi,

Hic mensis Saturno sacer, Macr.
Vestae verò tutela, Vet. Kal.*.

It must be noted that in the above Calendar the Poetical Risings of different Stars and Constellations apply to the Latitude of Rome or of Athens, and never to that of London. Moreover, an allowance must be made for Precession since the Julian age, when this Calendar was composed. At present, at London, the Acronycal Rising, for example, of the Pleiades is November 11; their Heliacal Rising, July 2; their Cosmical Rising, May 4; their Cosmical Setting, November 18. The Acronycal Rising of Alphecca is March 29; Pollux, January 5; Castor, December 23; Atair, June 5; Aldebaran, December 5; Orion's Girdle, January 16; and so on.

- See Calendarium Naturae,

FOURTH INDEX,

Being a Pinax of Reference to the Principal Subjects discussed

or incidentally noticed in the Work.

Abbé Pilori had a frightful spectre, Angels, Guardian, compared with Genii 659.

lutelares, 529. sconite, time of flowering, 41.

invoked against particular caAdvent, 674.

lamities, 519. Adrian's address to his departing soul, Antares, verses on the twinkling of, 600.

March 16th, 121. Aeolus represents the winds in our letter on the alternating coCalendar, 244, et alibi.

lours of, January 16th, 17. Aestival Flora, August 19th, 416. Antwerp, various fungi and mushAgincourt, battle of, 584.

rooms sold there, 588. Air Balloons used to ascertain the Apollo, his history, October 8th, 542. coming winds, 245.

resigns his patronage to St. Alcyon Days, December 11th, 703. Cecilia, 543, 650. Aldebaran and other stars, October 3d, Apparitions, or Ghosts of the Dead, 65. 535, et alibi. Sub URANJA.

one seen by N. T. R. Alectrophon Gallicantus, or cockcrow- November 23d, 653. ing, continued all the night, Nov.

appeared to Lord South27th and December 24th, 664. ampton, 38. alluded to incidentally,

Addison's and Milton's 50, 76.

notion of, 190. Alfred the Great, his way of measuring

often spectral illusions, time, 589.

Sept. 26th and 30th. Sub HECATE. Allhallows' Eve, October 31st, 594. Oct. 2d & 20th, Nov. 17 th & 24th. All Suints' Day, November 1st, 596.

of spots and patterns, 748. All Souls' Day, November 20, 597.

philosophical account of, Alliteration, l'emarkable instance of, Sept.26th &:30tb, & Nov.24th & 26th. 645.

of St. Gregory, reality of, Alps, grand prospect of, from the Jura, November 17th and 24th. July 29tli, 371.

Dr. Gall admits that the Alsace, birds seen in, 592.

Saints saw them, 610. Amaranth, its natural history, 387.

prognosticative of or coinSub FLORA.

cidental with events, Nov. 23d. Ambrose, St. introduced antiphonant

of an arın chair, 642. chanting, April 4th, 162.

their physiology conis noticed April 4th and sistent with their prophetic nse, December 7th.

640, 655, 659. “ An it pleuse the Pigs," ineaning of, Apple Trees, selection of, for gardens, 521.

Sept. 20th, 494. Sub POMONA. Andrew's Day, St. and its customs, selection of, for a small garNovember 30th, 673.

den, 494. Andromeda, 535, et alibi.

Apples, the gathering of, 501. Angel descends on the vane at Hel- April, 148–origin of, 162. stone, 604.

Fools, 151, et seq. Angels, plurality and offices of, Sep- the Roman 31st day of, 205. tember 29th, 517.

the 1st day of, dedicated to of the months and their names, Venus and to Fortone, 148. 124.

verses on, 153, 154. Guardian, September 29th and

An April day described in Oct. 2d, 529.

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verse, 180.

NIA.

April. Old April Day and Fools, 172. Bells, Curfew, disquisition on, 615.
Aquarius rises heliacally, Feb. 5th, 49. verses on, 651.
Aquila, Cygnus, et Lyra, 536, et alibi. Birds, a list of vernal migratory, 135.
Archangel, St. Michael the, fighting

autumnal migratory, 590. with Satan, 517.

Bittern, description of, 174.

-churches dedi- | Blackcap, arrival of, 193. Sub FAUNA. cated to, usually stand on lofty Blights on Trees, May 5th, 217. ground, 514.

Blood for blood, query respecting, 662. Arcturus in Boötes, Feb. 11th, 56;

Sub ERYNNIS. alibi sub URANIA, May 4th, 217. Blood forbidden, curions passage in Argonautic Expedition, 125.

Genesis, Nov. 26th, 662. Arrival of Spring Birds, table of, 135. Bloodletting in spring and fall, 587. of the Swallow, 175.

Sub HYGEIA. Aselli two ominous stars in Cancer, Blue colour of the Sun's light, August Dec. 1st, 681.

18th, 411. Ash Wednesday, 58.

Blue Devils a kind of phantoms, 525. Ashes of the Dead, Persian idea of, Boswell and Johnson, their bad taste, Sept. 5th, 457.

227. Asses' Festival, 739.

Boughs placed on things for sale, 412. Asses and Oxen said to be found on Bowel Complaints in Autumn, and

their knees on Christmas Eve, De- remedy for, 494. Sub Hygeia, cember 24th.

Brumalia, Nov. 24th & Dec. 14th, 707. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, 406. Buds, history of, and lines to, by Astronomical Observations. See URA- Cowper, 33.

Buns, on hot cross, for Holy Friday,

incorrect 112. during East winds, 23.

Burns, the renowned Scots Poet, 356. Avantage de la Chréstianisme, 672.

-, his extraordinary prayer, ibid. Augustin, St. Apostle of England, Busy, an old favourite dog, lines on, May 26, 251.

176. -, Bishop of Milan, Angust 28, 434.

Calendar of the French, Sept. 22d, 497. Aurora Borealis, Dec. 30th, 757. Sub

various, of different COELUM.

Sept. 13, 479. Autumn, of the period so called, 465.

of Julius Caesar, called the

Roman, 273. Sub TEMPUS. Barber's Pole an ancient sign, 415.

Latin lines on, 359. Sub Barley, and John Barleycorn, 435. TEMPUS. Sub Ceres.

Candles, religious use of, Feb. 2d, 44 ; Bartholomew, St. grand massacre of,

Feb. 3d, 47. 427.

-, hallowing of, 45. Bartholomew's Day, St. Aug. 24th,426.

burning blue, lines which Beads, on the use of, 685.

notice, 102. Bede, St. surnamed Venerable, May burn badly in certain foggy 27th, 252.

weather, Nov. 18th, 644. Bellona, the Goddess of War, 271. Candlemas Day, or the Purification of Bells, objects of snperstition, January the B. V. Alary, 44. See MARIA. 29th, 57, 47 ; Nov. 2, 601.

Capitolium incensum, 328.
were formerly named, 36. Caprotina, a Roman festival, 329.
Pancake on Shrove Tuesday, 58. Carillons and Chimes, 637.

particular virtues ascribed to, Carmelites, barefooted, reformed by 56.

St. Teresa, Oct. 15th & Nov. 24th. , ntility of ringing them perio. Carna, the Goddess of the Hinge, dically, 615.

extraordinary deity, June 1st. dedicated to saints, 36.

Carthusians founded by St. Bruno, rung at Allhallowtide, 597. October 6th, 539.

verses on and legends respect. | Castor and Pollux, 32. ing, 36, and Nov. 22d.

Cat, lines on a, Oct. 6th, 540. Passing, Jan. 29th; Nov. 2d, Cats, on the varieties of, 721. Sub 601.

FAUNA. historical particulars concern- Catarrhal Complaints, treatment of, ing, Nov. 6th, 613.

607, 621. Sub Hygeia. religious use of and inscrip- | Cathedrals, Ornamental, of religious tions on, July 20th, 354.

use, 354.

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