2 edition of Weatherwise"s astronomical diary, or almanac, for the year of our Lord 1809 ... found in the catalog.
Weatherwise"s astronomical diary, or almanac, for the year of our Lord 1809 ...
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16685|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||87801447|
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Weatherwise's astronomical diary, or almanac, for the year of our Lord Publisher: Dover, N.H.: Printed by James K. Remich, and for sale by him at the Sun Office, [?].
Get this from a library. Weatherwise's astronomical diary, or almanac, for the for the year of our Lord 1809. book of our Lord Gadbury's title reads, The Jamaica Almanack: or, an Astrological Diary for the Year Weatherwises astronomical diary our Lord God Calculated Particularly for the Noble Island of Jamaica, But is of use to those that inhabit the Barbado's, and other adjacent Islands in the West-Indies, under the.
A tradition of almanacs published for the purposes of North America began in New England in the 17th century. A New World's dwelling would seldom be found without the latest print of North American almanac and The Pilgrim's Progress.
The earliest almanac published for New England appeared in Cambridge, Massachusetts as early asby William Pierce.
It was the second work printed in the. An astronomical diary, or, Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ (New London, ), p. ., Portrait appears as one of three engravings in the almanac. Although all three are unsigned, two are attributed to Paul Revere as an entry in his day book refers to engraving plates for an Ames almanac.
Very likely the earliest known printing of a directory of any American city or town, the first directory of Charleston was published as the American Revolutionary War was drawing to a close. It appeared in the South Carolina and Georgia Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by John Tobler under the caption The [ ] View Collection Homepage.
Cardinus Rider, Rider’s British Merlin for the Year of Our Lord God (London, ), 9; and Rider, Rider’s British Merlin for the Year of Our Lord God (London, ), 7, 41 Jane Austen, Emma, ed. James Kinsley and Adela Pinch (Oxford, ), ; Francis Moore, Vox Stellarum: or a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human.
An Astronomical Diary, or, An Almanack, For the Year of our Lord Christ,by Nathaniel Ames, Jr. (Boston), with interleaved diary pages, Reel 9 Case 9 Memorandum book with some diary. In the Year of our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven. An Act describing the Disqualifications to which Persons shall be subjected, who have been, or may be guilty of Treason, or giving Aid or Support to the present Rebellion, and to whom a Pardon may be extended.
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The publication of this book in was regarded as a major factor in the literary revival and this book should be an important addition to any revival collection. Ernest Boyd in Ireland's Literary Renaissance stated that "O'Grady disguised in the mantel of an historian, infused the.
I have a book called historical register containing An Impartial Relation of all Transactions, Foreing and Domestic with a Chronological Diary and this is the original volume 3 for the year and is printed by H.M and fold by T.
Norris and it is really old book and hard to read. According to accounts that began to appear during the s or earlier, a substantial mythology has exaggerated the accomplishments of Benjamin Banneker (–), who was a free African-American almanac author, astronomer, surveyor, naturalist, and farmer.
Well-known speakers, writers, artists and others have created, repeated and embellished a large number of such questionable reports.
The United States register: for the year. An astronomical diary, or, An almanack, for the year of our Lord : calculated for the meridian of Boston / by Osgood Carleton.
Phillips's United States diary, or, An almanack, for the year of our Lord : fitted to the latitude and long. of the State of Rhode-Island. An Astronomical Diary: Or, Almanack for the Year of our Lord Christ, Boston: John Draper, .
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A handsome Georgian-era almanac, in a highly attractive contemporary binding. Cardanus Rider is now believed to have been the pseudonym of physician and astronomer Richard Saunders (). He was a member of the circle of William Lilly, whose own Merlin was first published in ; Rider's British Merlin was first published in inand.Freebetter's New-England Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, Hartford: Nathaniel Patton, .
Daboll, Nathan. Freebetter's New-England Almanack, for the year New London, Conn.: Timothy Green, . Weatherwise's Town and Country Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord. (Boston: Nathaniel Coverly and Robert Hodge.Woodcut in lead featuring a bust portrait of George Washington () inset in a medallion on an interior page of Weatherwise’s Town and Country Almanack for the Year of our Lord Cut is labeled “His Excellency George Washington, Esq: Commander .