1 edition of The New-England almanack, for the year of our Lord 1781. found in the catalog.
Advertised in the Massachusetts spy, Worcester, Oct. 26, 1780.It was unquestionably printed at Hartford by Hudson and Goodwin, not withstanding its Worcester imprint.--Trumbull. Except for the imprint and the second line of the title, the almanac is identical in contents and typography with The Connecticut almanack for the year of our Lord 1781 ... by the professor of mathematics in Yale-College (Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin).In two printings of The Connecticut almanack, the arrangement of contents on p. [2-4] differs. In the present almanac, as in one of those printings, p.  begins with Eclipses, p.  with Astronomical notes, and p.  with Superior Court sittings.Signatures: [A]⁴ B-C⁴.Evans 19436.Trumbull, J.H.Connecticut, 1780.Drake, M.Almanacs, 3298.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 19436).
|Statement||Printed by Anthony Haswell.|
|Publishers||Printed by Anthony Haswell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|2||Early American imprints -- no. 19436.|
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We cannot guarantee that The New England Almanack For The Year Of Our Lord Christ 1822 book is in the library.
iii, , 149, ; fine copy in original blue cloth stamped in gilt on upper cover and spine, and a slightly chipped pictorial dust jacket. Newport, Rhode Island, February 7, 1797. Almanacs, 3302 Reproduction Electronic text and image data. The architectural heritage of Newport, Rhode Island 1640 - 1915.
500 aAttributed to Ezra Gleason by Evans, as he does the entire series through 1795. 5 cm from Thomas Russell to Solomon Drowne, dated "Philadelphia, June 24, 1783. Als we je account op een for the year of our Lord 1781. apparaat herkennen, hoef je niet opnieuw de keuze te maken. He was also a trustee of Brown University and served on the Committee of Safety for Providence. " A short note also appears on the verso dated Providence, May 15, 1793.
7th item: THE NEW-ENGLAND ALMANACK; AND GENTLEMAN'S AND LADY'S DIARY, FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD CHRIST 1777 by Nathan Daboll 1750-1818 under the pseudonym Edmund Freebetter, printed and sold by Thomas Green, New-London. ] The looking-glass for the mind, or, intellectual mirror, being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories and interesting tales, chiefly translated from that much admired work, L'Ami des Enfans.
Folds, previous repairs on verso with tape, showing through. For several years he was a surgeon in the army of the Revolution. Hiermee passen wij en derden onze website, app, advertenties en communicatie aan jouw interesses for the year of our Lord 1781. Defence of the Rhode Island system of treatment of the Indians and of civil and religious liberty. After the Battle of Bunker Hill, he at the age of 16 and his sister Elizabeth came to Providence to live with his brother Jonathan Russell, a merchant dealing in imported goods.
Frieze; and, after the death of the complainant, it was revived by his administratrix.
5th item: AN ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1783 by Daniel George fl.
He was a warden of St Paul's Church and a business man possibly in the merchant trade.
" Accompanied by a printed bifolium containing the poem "Otro Lamento" by Orozco y Etienne, dated 1903, and with 2 likely authorial corrections in ink to the text, the bifolium stitched together with 4 small broadside slip poems by the same poet, the first a tribute to the late President McKinley "A MacKinley" [sic] ; the second "El 10 de Octubre", imp.