Complete Calendar For 150 Years ,
Showing at a glance, and in the most simple manner, the days of the week, month and year, from 1752 to 1900.
Rule. - To ascertain any day of the week or month in any year, from 1752 to 1900, look in the " Table of Years" for the year required. Then refer to the " Table of Months," and the figure under the name of the month, which is in the same line with the year required, refers to the " Table of Days," (on the following page,) and under that figure will be found all the days of the week for the required month and year. For example, the battle of Waterloo was fought on the 18th of June, 1815. By referring to the"Table of Years" we find the year 1815 in the sixth line of the eighth column. We then look in the "Table of Months," for June, and we find the figure on the sixth line of that month is 4. Referring to table 4 of the " Table of Days," we find the 18th of June, 1815, the date of the battle of Waterloo, to be Sunday.