1796: "We think it proper [...] to announce to our female readers the approach of Leap Year"
POIlTSxMOU 1 If, (England; OAober'tj'.' - We think it proper thus early to. announce to our female readers the approach of Leap year." a perloil generally agreeable to them from thelicenfe it afford or luing to tnofc who either want courage or inclination inclination t prefer their, fuit. This early intimation; is' particularly particularly Hece'flary, as 1796 is the only leap year that will weeur for the enfuing it lit years, the Snn-rcala- Snn-rcala- Snn-rcala- Snn-rcala- ry day being left oiu in 1800 by the ibtue 24 Gko. II. c. 22. . Every hundred year is difiinguiiht-d difiinguiiht-d difiinguiiht-d in tliis? manner, except every fourth hundredth from the year 2060, which is to be counted Bilfextde. " coocx'xxxcpxxc