2 edition of The Franklin almanac for the year of our Lord 1819 ... found in the catalog.
The Franklin almanac for the year of our Lord 1819 ...
by Printed and published by Eichbaum and Johnston and sold at their bookstore in Pittsburgh [Pa.]
Written in English
|Statement||calculated by John Armstrong.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 44074.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
An almanac, in its simplest form, is a book containing a calendar that includes notations for holidays and holy days, as well as astronomical information such as the rising and setting of the sun and moon, the phases of the moon and high and low tides. Edition used: Benjamin Franklin, The Works of Benjamin Franklin, including the Private as well as the Official and Scientific Correspondence, together with the Unmutilated and Correct Version of the Autobiography, compiled and edited by John Bigelow (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, ). The Federal Edition in 12 volumes. Vol. I (Autobiography, Letters and Misc. Writings ).
Benjamin Franklin's Way to Wealth as clearly shown in the Preface of an old Pennsylvania Almanac, entitled Poor Richard Improved by Franklin, Benjamin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 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. Boston: Adams & Nourse, HBS $2,
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 in , and. The Life of Our Lord is a "gospel harmony," a telling of the gospels story by putting together all of the details in the four gospels. According to the As others have pointed out, this was never meant to be published nor considered a literary work.4/5.
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Get this from a library. The Franklin almanac, for the year of our Lord. [John Armstrong;]. Get this from a library. The Franklin magazine almanac, for the year of our Lord. [John Armstrong;]. |a Except for the title page, the almanac is identical throughout in contents and typography with: The New York farmer's almanac for the year of our Lord (Shaw & Shoemaker ), by David Young, also printed by Baldwin.
Young's astronomical calculations are advertised on page . The (Old) Farmer's Almanack, Calculated on a New and Improved Plan, for the Year of Our Lord,No. (Almanac) Thomas, Robert B. The Farmer's almanac, for the year of our LordCalculated for the horizon and meridian of Philadelphia, lat.
39 deg. 57 m. Lon. 75 deg. 10 m. but may serve for either of the towns in the state of Pennsylvania, or the adjacent states without any essential difference. / Published: (). The New England Almanack For the Year of Our Lord Christ () [Nathan Daboll] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The New England Almanack For the Year of Our Lord Christ ()Author: Nathan Daboll. Farmers' Almanac For the Year of Our Lord - Vol. Pamphlet – January 1, by The Almanac Publishing Company (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Pamphlet, January 1, Author: The Almanac Publishing Company. The Farmers' Almanac, published since in Morristown, New Jersey, later in Newark, New Jersey, since by the Almanac Publishing Company in Lewiston, Maine.
The Farmer's almanac, for the year of our Lord calculated for the meridian of Philadelphia by Andrew Beers (), published by S. Potter & Co. Edited by Gerald S. Lestz, of John Baer's Sons.
Lancaster, Pa. (th year). The (Baltimore) Sun Almanac., The Baptist Almanac and Annual Register. Philadelphia, American Baptist Publication Society. Baugh's Farmers' Almanac and Reference Book. Published by Baugh & Sons.
Beer's Calender; or Southwick's. Annual Some issues in several printings. Printer varies after Title history: Poor Richard, ; Poor Richard improved, ; Poor Richard's almanac, American Almanac Collection:(some issues wanting); another set ()--in a leather pull-off case, with case title: Poor Richard's almanacks; each issue bound in leather by W.
Pratt for Henry. Page - Where, on the certificate of the medical officer of health or of any two medical practitioners, it appears to any local authority that any house or part thereof is in such a filthy or unwholesome condition that the health of any person is affected or endangered thereby, or that the whitewashing cleansing or purifying of any house or part thereof would tend to prevent or check Reviews: 2.
Filed under: Almanacs, American -- Tennessee. The Crockett Almanacks: Nashville Series, (includes text of 4 almanacs, some of which claimed Crockett as author; Chicago: Caxton Club, ), ed. by Franklin J. Meine, contrib. by Harry J.
Owens and Davy Crockett (page images at HathiTrust) Cumberland almanac, for the year of our Lord. Franklin was a prolific inventor—of the Franklin Stove, the lightning rod, bifocal lenses, and more—and the author of “Poor Richard’s Almanac” inread by thousands of people in its twenty-five-year history.
Franklin was also an avid student of the Bible. Full text of "The Lutheran almanac for the year of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ." See other formats. Cramer's Magazine Almanack For The Year Of Our Lord Pittsburgh: Printed and sold by Cramer and Speare, .
72 pages. 4 pages have small tear at top with small loss of text. $ Ethel Beebe- Count Tolstoy- Joint Book -Marriage Not Reform School. The Confederate States almanac for the year of our Lordbeing the 2d after bissextile, or leap year, the 86th of American independence, & the 2d of the Confederate States.
(Nashville, Tenn., Southern Methodist Publ. House, ), by Thomas O. Summers (page images at HathiTrust). When you think of an almanac, I’ll bet tradition comes to mind.
In the early days of this country, there were many almanac titles. In the late s the term “farmers” was carried by many almanacs just as there are any number of “Times”, “Gazette”, etc. that go along with newspaper names.
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John Taylor, for the meridian of Pittsburgh, in latitude 40° 35' north, longitude 80° 8' west from the meridian of Greenwich, but will serve without any sensible variation for the states of Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, &c.
Full text of "The New Brunswick almanac and register for the year of Our Lord [microform]: and the 28th of the reign of Queen Victoria, containing ecclesiastical and provincial departments : the astronomical calculations have been prepared expressly for this almanac" See other formats.
Newburyport Mass.: Printed and Sold by John Mycall, and Draper & Folsom of Boston -- Sold also by the Shopkeepers Paper has darkened considerably and their is occasional staining and a couple of ink notations.
Loss to the lower forecorner of the first leaf costing a few words on both sides. Trimmed close at all edges but with no resulting loss of text. Review: Franklin by Andrew LambertIt is an absorbing story, and Lambert tells it well, though there are drawbacks, says Robin McKie.Scope and Content: This collection contains almanacs from all over the United States, England and Bermuda (1 almanac from England and 1 almanac from Bermuda).Materials in this collection range in date from towith the bulk dating from the 19th century.
Some of the almanacs listed are located in the oversized box and are marked accordingly.