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" They reckon ten months in the year, fome of which are longer and fome mor'ter ; for they do not divide them by the changes of the moon, but by the order of particular occurrences that happen in thofe regions ; they commonly divide our year into two, fo... "
The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion - Σελίδα 285
1798
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