3 edition of The American almanack, for the year of Christian account 1758 found in the catalog.
The American almanack, for the year of Christian account 1758
1757 by Printed and sold [by Anthony Armbruster] at the Dutch and English printing-office, in Market-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Statement||By John Jerman, philomath. ; [Six lines of verse]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 7928.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Poor Roger, The American country almanack, for the year of Christian account Calculated according to art, and fitted to the province of New-York. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
The American almanack, for the year of Christian account Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees north, and a meridian of five hours west from London, but may without much error serve from Newfoundland to South Carolina.
Get this from a library. Hutchins's almanack, or ephemeris, for the year of Christian account, Calculated for the vertex of the province of New-York. [John Nathan Hutchins;]. The American almanack for the year of Christian account, Fitted to the latitude of 40 degrees, and a meridian of 5 hours west from London, but may, without sensible error, serve all the adjacent places from Newfoundland to South-Carolina.
/ by: Leeds, Titan, The Boston Ephemeris: An Almanack for the (Dionysian) Year of the Christian Æra MDCLXXXIII, and of the Worlds CreationAnno Oppidi Inchoati 53; of which the Vulgar Notes are Serving the Meridian of Boston in New-Engl., Latitude An Almanack of for the year of Christian account 1758 book Cœlestial Motion for this Present Year of the Christian Æra Being (in Our Account) Bissextile Or Leapyear, and from The American almanack Creation (according to Truest Computation) ; Whose Vulgar Notes are Fitted to Degrees of Longitude, the (supposed) Meridian of the Massachusets Bay and May Without Any Sensible Errour be Applyed to Any Part of New-England.
James Franklin published The Rhode Island Almanack by "Poor Robin" for each year from to James' brother, Benjamin Franklin, published his annual Poor.
Longworth's American Almanack, published – in New York City, New York by David Longworth and Thomas Longworth. Georgia and South-Carolina Almanack was published in Augusta, Georgia from by Hartford, Connecticut native William Joseph Bunce from Richmond County, Georgia.
John Jerman has written: 'The American almanack, for the year of Christian account, ' 'The American almanack for the year of Christian account ' 'The American almanack for the year of. Poor Richard's Almanack. Poor Richard's Almanack (sometimes Almanac) was a yearly almanac published by Benjamin Franklin, who adopted the pseudonym of "Poor Richard" or "Richard Saunders" for this purpose.
The publication appeared continually from to John Jerman has written: 'The American almanack, for the year of Christian account, ' 'The American almanack for the year of Christian account ' 'The American almanack for the year of.
Poor Richard's Almanack by Benjamin Franklin. Poor Richard was Benjamin Franklin's pseudonym he used to publish his popular annual Poor Richard's Almanack was published continuously for 25 years, from to An average of 10, pamphlets were printed each year for the colonists' enjoyment, containing practical Yankee witticisms we continue to use to this day/ The Almanack.
The philosophy of time, destiny and the stars pervade this intricate historical mystery in which a young woman determines to avenge her mother's death. Midsummer. Following a desperate summons from her mother, Tabitha Hart departs London for her home village of Netherlea - only to discover that her mother has drowned/5.
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Poor Richard's Almanack (sometimes Almanac) was published from toand provided useful information to its readers and a profit to Mr.
Franklin. The series Poor Richard's Almanack was an annual publication by Benjamin Franklin, beginning in The almanac, written under the pseudonym "Richard Saunders", was published until Sayings of Poor Richard, From Poor Richard's Almanack [franklin, benjamin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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An astronomical diary, or almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, ; being the first after bissextile or leap-year; calculated for the meridian of New-Haven, in New England, latitude 41 degrees 20 minutes north. / by: Perry, Joseph, The Christian Almanac: A Book of Days (slightly imperfect) () by George Grant, Gregory Wilbur Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.
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Franklin sold more t copies of Poor Richard's Almanack a year. It was incredibly popular, but after about 25 years, Franklin moved on to other things, such as inventing. Astronomical Diary, or, An Almanack for the Year of our Lord Christ by AMES, Nathaniel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Christian Almanac: A Book of Days Celebrating History's Most Significant People & Events The American Patriot's Handbook: The Writings, History, and Spirit of a Free Nation The book arrived in great condition and I love it very much.
I read it every year and learn new things every day. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful/5(13). This panoramic volume, with fascinating introduction by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., traces the entire story of the American experience, from the first settlers who arrived in the New World to the latest policy statement from the White by: An Astronomical Diary, Or, An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Christ, by COLONIAL ALMANAC].
Ames, Nathanael and a great selection of related books, art. An annual table, book, or the like, comprising a calendar of days, weeks, and months. Among the Jews it was the holy prerogative of the patriarch or president of the Great Sanhedrin to fix the calendar and according to it proclaim the new moon.
Published under the pseudonym “Richard Saunders” by American statesman and inventor Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanack appeared continuously each year from to This book is the 83rd annual volume of 'Whitaker's Almanack'.
Contains an account of the astronomical and other phenomena and a vast amount of information respecting the government, finances, population, commerce and general statistics of the various nations of the world. pages. The (Old) Farmer's Almanack [Almanac] Calculated On A New And Improved Plan For The Year Of Our Lord Number One Hundred And Eight [No ] by Thomas, Robert B.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at American Antiquarian Society [Oct., EXHIBITION OF AMERICAN ALMANACS OCTOBER, Samuel Danforth's Almanack for Cambridge. The earliest extant perfect almanac and the only extant book with the imprint of Matthew Day, son of the first printer in British America.
March was placed as the first month, a plan continued for forty years. Whitaker's Almanack consists of articles, lists and tables on a wide range of subjects including education, the peerage, government departments, health and social issues, and the environment.
The largest section is the countries directory, which includes recent history, politics, economic information and culture overviews. This Peter Pauper Press edition of Poor Richard's Almanack, with its old-style typeface (much like what one It is great fun reading 77 pages' worth of Benjamin Franklin's maxims for industry, thrift, humility, and cheerfulness -- maxims that can be said to have done much to form our collective sense of the American /5.
Foolish Almanack for the Year of A.D., The [Various] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First published inthis work shows Franklin's unusual and controversial approach of injecting witty, unexpected entries between standard tables of tides, planetary motion, and weather predictions in his Almanack.
It became the most popular book of it's kind in colonial America. This facsimile offers a unique and entertaining look at 18th century American : An almanack for the year of Christian accountbeing bessextile or leap-year, and from the creation of the worldbut by Dove's computation by Daniel Leeds 1 edition - first published in Almanack for the Year of Our Lord [No author.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Author: No author. The American ladies pocket book, or, Useful register of business and amusement for the year. Published: (). Book: "Poor Richard's Almanack" ( -first edition) Summary: A yearly almanac published by Benjamin Franklin, who adopted the pseudonym of "Poor Richard" or "Richard Saunders" for this purpose.
The publication appeared continually from to Read these Ben Franklin Quotes from his own letters and writings. Get into the mind of this famous Founding Father, one of the most well known heros of the Revolutionary War.
Our quotes are arranged chronologically and the ones on this page cover the period from to The integral teacher's guide provides all answers, as well as teacher hints, hands-on research ideas, unit book lists, family activities, adaptations for younger students, timeline dates, and mapping instructions.
Looking at the past through a distinctly Christian lens, All American History provides a full year's worth of history for grades