by Printed and sold by Shober and Loudon, at the newest printing-office, the corner of Maiden-Lane and Nassau-Street. in New-York .
Written in English
|Statement||By Dick Astronomer, philo-ast.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 14344.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
Published: () The Virginia almanack, or ephemeris: for the year of our Lord, ;-- being the third after leap-year. / Published: () Greenleaf's New-York, Connecticut, & New-Jersey almanack, or diary, with an ephemeris for the year of our Lord, ; Fitted for the meridian and horizon of New-York. The New-York and country almanack for the year of our Lord Fitted for the province of New-York ; but will serve the adjacent provinces without any sensible error. The New-York Connecticut, & New Jersey almanack, or diary, for the year of our Lord, Fitted for the meridian and horizon of New-York, but will serve without essential variation, for Connecticut and New Jersey. Norwich: Printed by J. Trumbull, for Samuel Loudon, Fish-Kill, 22 pp. 20th-century three-quarter blue morocco and marbled boards. 20th-century bookplate on front pastedown. Some toning, staining, and soiling to text. Good. Lacking final leaf. Item #WRCAM An interesting example of job printing done in the midst of the American Revolution by Trumbull for Samuel .
The New-York and country almanack for the year of our Lord Fitted for the province of New-York; but will serve the adjacent provinces without any sensible error. / Published: (). Full text of "An Almanack for the Year of our Lord" See other formats. make offer - rare j. gruber's town & country almanack for the year of our lord , good+! Vintage The Capital ALMANAC from A. Loeffler, Lyons, NY Antique Very Nice $ MDCXLVIII: An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord [March] Awake yee westerne Nymphs, arise and sing: And with fresh tunes salute your welcome spring, Behold a choyce, a rare and pleasant plant, Which nothing but it’s parallell doth want. T’was but a tender slip a while agoe, About twice ten years or a little moe.
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