- A feast previously celebrated in England, where loaves of bread through the period's first wheat was consecrated at Mass in thanksgiving when it comes to collect.
- A feast formerly celebrated in commemoration of Saint Peter's deliverance from prison.
- August 1, the day where these feasts were celebrated.
- previous festival retained on first August celebrating the harvest.
- 1st August, a-quarter day
- A modern pagan event famous in early August celebrating the start of the whole grain collect.
- the very first day's August; -- labeled as additionally Lammas day, and Lammastide.
- Originally, in The united kingdomt, the festival of the wheat-harvest, noticed from the 1st of August, corresponding to your 12th within the modern-day diary.
- In Great Britain, the very first of August as a night out together, which in Scotland is a quarter-day plus The united kingdomt a half-quarter-day.
- The chapel event of St. Peter's stores, or St. Peter inside Fetters, seen on August 1st in memory of St. Peter's imprisonment and miraculous deliverance (Acts xii. 4–10).
- commemorates Saint Peter's miraculous deliverance from jail; a-quarter day in Scotland; a harvest festival in The united kingdomt
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