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Easter-day shall, in the calendar year next but one after the commencement of this Act and in all subsequent years, be the first Sunday after the second Saturday in April, and section three of the M1Calendar (New Style) Act 1750, the new calendar, tables and rules annexed to that Act, and section two of the M2Calendar Act 1751, are hereby amended and shall be read and construed accordingly, . . . F1
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