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ON THE 2ND OF JANUARY, 1830, WAS PUBLISHED,
Elegantly printed in demy octavo, and stitched in an Ornamental Wrapper, (to be continued every SATURDAY MORNING)
No. I. Price SIXPENCE,
Births, Deaths, and Catholic Obits
re than ten thousand illustrious and memorable Individuals, in every i of the World, with the PLACE, and YEAR, precisely stated, of the 1, BURIAL, (or DEATH) and MARTYRDOM, on the days of their oecur. in the form of a
ROMAN AND ENGLISH CALENDAR ;
a corresponding Daily Register, diligently compiled from the most nticated sources, of Events in miscellaneous History, from the Creation › World, (inclusive) and particularly in our National Annals; with the cutions, or Festivals, of the English, Greek, and Latin Churches, and mentioned in the Grecian, Roman, Hebrew, and other Calendars; inersed also with various remarkable incidents and facts, connected with nology, that have, from their novelty, been deemed most worthy of d and illustration: the entire Repertory being intended as
A BIRTH-DAY BOOK
A Perpetual Exemplar for every Day in the Year:
to be embellished with approved Sentences on each day, and Passages descriptive of, and connected with, the Months and Seasons.
What hath this day deserv'd? What hath it done;
Among the high tides, in the Calendar? King John.