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CD: The Book of Days: A Miscellany of…

CD: The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection…

by W & R Chambers

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The Book of Days was designed to consist of: matters connected with the Church calendar, including the popular festivals, Saints' Days, and other holidays, with illustrations of christian antiquities in general; phenomena connected with the seasonal changes; folk-lore of the United Kingdom - namely, popular notions and observances connected with times and seasons; notable events, biographies, and anecdotes connected with the days of the year; articles of popular archeology, of an entertaining character, tending to illustrate the progress of civilization, manners, literature, and ideas in these kingdoms; and curious, fugitive, and inedited pieces. (1869), CD, Searchable, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Hyperlinked.

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