Poems on the principal festivals and fasts of the Church of England. I. On the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary; commonly called, Lady-Day, March 25. II. On the Nativity of our Saviour, or Birth-Day of Christ; commonly called, Christmas-Day, December 25. III. On the Circumcision of Christ, being New-Year's-Day, January 1. IV. On the Epiphany, or, Manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles, January 6. V. On the Presentation of Christ in the Temple, commonly called, The Purification of Saint Mary the Virgin, February 2. VI. On Ash-Wednesday, and the Lent-Fast. Vii. On the Day of our blessed Saviour's Crucifixion; commonly called, Good-Friday. Viii. On Easter-Day, the great Festival of our Lord and Saviour's Resurrection from the Dead. IX. On the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ; commonly called, Holy Thursday. X. On Whit-Sunday, being the great Festival of the Descent of the Holy Ghost; sometime called Pentecost, as being Fifty Days after Easter. XI. On Trinity-Sunday; being the Lord's-Day, next after Whit-Sunday. With Prayers for the said Festivals and Fasts. Designed for the instruction and benefit of humble and serious Christians. By Daniel Hallows, A. M. Rector of Gilston in Hertfordshire.
- Hallows, Daniel, 1669 or 1670-1741.
- M.DCC.XXXIII.