|Statement||By Edmund Freebetter, philo|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 19595|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
An astronomical diary, calendar, or almanack, for the year of our Lord, Adapted to the horizon and meridian of New-Haven, lat. 41 deg. 19 min. north, and longit. 73 deg. 14 min. to the westward of the Royal Observatory, or Flamstead-House in Greenwich: but may serve indifferently for all the towns in this and the adjacent states. / by: Strong, Nehemiah, STEARNS, Samuel. The North-American’s Almanack, and Gentlemen and Ladies Diary for the year of our Lord Christ Boston: Edes, Gill and Fleet, . Evans 12mo, original brown paper, original cord binding. Light wear to extremities. LOW, Nathanael. An Astronomical Diary: Or, Almanack for the Year of Christian Aera The Farmer’s Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord Salem, Mass.: Printed [by Nathaniel and John Coverly] for, and sold by the booksellers, The Federal Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, Boston: Printed and sold by J. White and C. Cambridge near Charles River Bridge, The Federal Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, An astronomical diary, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, Calculated for the meridian of Boston, in New-England, latitude 42 degrees 25 minutes north. / By Roger Sherman.
These two aberrant almanacs, like every book published in New England in the period, were printed on a press owned and controlled by Harvard College. The Harvard authorities must have noticed—and let them go in. And the two almanacs—like al-most every New England almanac firom to —were com-. Other New England examples: Amherst, New Hampshire, in ; Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 4. “Christmas and New Year’s Presents,” in New England Galaxy and Masonic Magazine, Dec. 26, By the same periodical was able to claim that Christmas was a season “which custom from time immemorial has pointed out as a proper one. AUTHOR: Leslie, Eliza, TITLE: Miss Leslie's behaviour book [microform]: a guide and manual for ladies as regards their conversation, manners, dress, introductions, entree to society, shopping, with full instructions and advice in letter writing, receiving presents / by Miss Leslie. Full text of "Catalogue of the valuable private library of the late M.A. Stickney, together with other small consignments, including town histories and genealogies, early American almanacs from to To be sold by auction Nov. , C.F. Libbie, auctioneers and appraisers" See other formats.
Full text of "Preliminary check list of American almanacs, " See other formats. The Official Website of Colonial Williamsburg: Explore the historical shops, homes and gardens of an early American community returned to its 18th-century appearance capturing the United States’ colonial period. The Hudson almanack, for the year of our Lord being the tenth and eleventh of American independence, Calculated for the meridian of the city of Hudson, Hudson [N.Y.]: Printed and sold by Webster and Stoddard,   p. ; 16 cm. (12mo) Stoddard's diary: or, the Columbia almanack, for the year of our Lord 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.