Daboll"s New-England almanack, for the year 1775. Calculated for the meridian of New-London, in lat. 41 deg. 25 min. north, and 4 hours 45 min. west of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. .. by Nathan Daboll

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Published by Printed and sold by T. Green. in New-London [Conn.] .

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GenrePortraits
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 13235
ContributionsShipley, Jonathan, 1714-1788.
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination[32] p.
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL15537389M

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Daboll's New-England almanack, for the year Calculated for the meridian of New-London, in lat. 41 deg. 25 min. north, and 4 hours 45 min. west of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. FREEBETTER'S NEW-ENGLAND ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR New London [Connecticut]: T[imothy] Green, [].

Small Octavo, [24] pages; VG; with some support adhered along the spine; some rubbing and wear to fore edge, lower fore edge missing from rear cover, small amount of chipping to middle of front fore edge; interior with minor blotching and wear.

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THE NEW-ENGLAND ALMANACK, OR LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S DIARY, FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD CHRIST Providence [RI]: Printed and Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by John Carter, at Shakespear's Head, in Meeting Street, near the Court-House.

12 leaves. [Drake ] [Evans ] 5) BICKERSTAFF'S BOSTON ALMANACK, FOR THE YEAR OF OUR REDEMPTION   Eventually, the New England Almanac and Farmers' Friend were sold to Yankee Magazine which marked the end of a year era for both lovers of the local publication and : Juli Mancini.

Thomas's New-England almanack; or, The Massachusetts calendar, for the year of our Lord Christ, by,Printed and sold by Isaiah Thomas, at his printing-office, the south-corner of Marshall's-Lane, near the Mill-Bridge. edition, Microform in English - Pages: 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 Search for books, ebooks, and physical Father Abraham's New-England almanack, for the year of our Lord, Calculated for the meridian of Boston, lat.

25 n. It was also issued by Webster as Bickerstaff's New England almanack, and by Nathaniel Patten at Hartford under the same title, with identical contents. The Rhode-Island Almanack. For the Year, was printed by James Franklin in Newport in It was the first year of printing in the colony and the Library of Congress holds the only known copy of that imprint.

Franklin printed his visually stunning Perpetual Almanack in The R.I.H.S. holds the only known copy of this broadside. AMES, Nathaniel. An Astronomical Diary: Or, Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Christ, [caption title]. Boston: Printed and Sold by R.

and S. Draper., []. [22]pp. Self for the year 1775. book, stitched. Contemporary marginalia to few leaves, light toning and spotting. Fair, lacking final leaf. The first almanac made following Dr. Nathaniel Ames' death. The North-American's almanack, and gentleman's and lady's diary, for the year of our Lord Christ, : calculated for the meridian of Boston in New-England, lat.

deg 25 min. north. Page - Mr. Williams and the rest did make an order, that no man should be molested for his conscience, now men's wives, and children, and servants, for the year 1775. book liberty hereby to go to all religious meetings, though never so often, or though private, upon the week days; and because one Verin refused to let his wife go to Mr.

Williams so oft as she was called for, they required to have him censured.4/5(1). Poor Richard's Almanack is one of Benjamin Franklin's most charming creations.

He delighted in cloaking his writing behind a variety of literary personas, and Richard Saunders remains one of his most beloved, although some critics have complained that Poor Richard reveals the shallow materialism at the heart of Franklin's homespun philosophy and, by extension, at the heart of America itself.

This was followed by many other American almanacs, one of the best of which, the Astronomical Diary and Almanack, was begun by Nathaniel Ames of Dedham, Mass., in and published until Bickerstaff's Boston almanack, for the year of our redemption, Calculated according to art, and fitted for the meridian of Boston, New-England, lat.

42' 25⁰ n. but may, without any sensible error, serve for most of the other American states. FREEBETTER'S NEW-ENGLAND ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR New London [Connecticut]: T[imothy] Green, []. Small Octavo, [24] pages; VG; with some support adhered along the spine; some rubbing and wear to fore edge, lower fore edge missing from rear cover, small amount of chipping to middle of front fore edge; interior with minor blotching and wear; The cover woodcut is a crude copy.

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42 Deg. 2 (Paperback or Softback) by Ames, Nathaniel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The father, Nathaniel Ames of Dedham, first published his Astronomical Diary nearly eight years before Franklin’s Poor Richard, and his son assumed its publication inending the Almanack only at the outbreak of the Revolution when he “served as surgeon with the outbreak of fighting in Aprilmarching to Concord with Dedham’s.

In the yearat the south fork of Long Island, there was a small fishing and farming settlement called Easthampton.

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The origin of this term, so frequently employed by way of reproach to the New England people, is said to be as follows: A farmer, by name Jonathan Hastings, of Cambridge, about the yearused it as a cant, favorite word, to express excellency when applied to any thing; as a Yankee good horse, Yankee cider, &c., meaning an excellent horse.

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30 m. longitude from London 72 grs. But may without sensible error, serve all parts of New-England. Being the first ever published for that. Bickerstaff’s New-England Almanack, for the Year of our Redemption, (Newbury Port: By Mycall and Tinges, []).

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Business success Franklin’s greatestcame from the publication of Poor Richard’s Almanack. On Pennsylvania Gazette. Official Printer of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Printing for the colonial government was by far the most profitable for Franklin, being paper.was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the th year of the 2nd millennium, the 15th year of the 19th century, and the 6th year of the s decade.

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