When our calculation was made we were left with a total of six and this represents the day—in this case FRIDAY as will be seen in the above table.

When the last two digits of the year given by the spectator, cannot be divided exactly by four, take the nearest lowest number divisible by four as, for example, the year 1827, we take 24 as the lowest number and add a quarter of this (6) to 27 giving the answer 33 to which the value of the month is then added.

The sample given has been for the nineteenth century 1801-1900. When the date occurs in the twentieth century you must deduct two from the final remainder and when the date occurs in the eighteenth century you must add two to the final remainder.

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