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In 525, at the request of the primicerius notariorum of Pope John I Bonifacius, primicerius, the learned Scythian monk Dionysius, surnamed Exiguus, or “the Little,” compiled an Easter table from 532 in which the Alexandrian table compiled by Cyril came to an end to 626, based on the 19-year Alexandrian cycle; as extreme limits of the new moons of Easter, Dionysius fixed 8 March and 5 April, and the corresponding full moons as 21 March and 18 April, so that the extreme limits of Easter became 22 March and 25 April, since Dionysius allowed Easter to be celebrated on the 15th day of the moon. Dionysius’s computus triumphed over the supputatio romana vetus and Victorius’s computus in the course of the 7th c. and became normative for the Middle Ages. But the supputatio romana vetus lasted much longer in the marginal areas of Western Christendom, leading to the 7th-c. Easter controversies between Rome and the churches of Ireland and Britain.
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Whosoever shall settle any colony out of the limits of the Washington Map Manhattes Island shall be obliged to satisfy the Indians for the land they shall settle upon, and Washington Map they may extend or enlarge the limits of their colonies if they settle a proportionate number of colonists thereon. The patroons and colonists shall in particular, and in the speediest manner, endeavor to find out ways and means whereby they may support a minister and schoolmaster, that thus the service of God and zeal for religion may not grow cool and be neglected among them; and that they do for the first, procure a comforter of the sick there.