3 edition of The New-England almanack, and gentlemen and ladies diary, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1785 found in the catalog.
The New-England almanack, and gentlemen and ladies diary, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1785
|Statement||By Edmund Freebetter, philo|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 18432|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Hannah Hoes (), future wife of President Martin Van Buren ((–), is born on March 8th in Kinderhook, New York. She is the first First Lady to be born an American citizen; all First Ladies before her were British subjects. She is also the second of ten First Ladies born in New York, the "mother state" of presidential wives. The year of | Our Lord M.D.L. Before appearing with this work as a publisher, Robert Crowley was by no means unknown to the reading world as a writer; nor was it probably a mere printer's venture that led him to select such a work as this for publication, but sympathy with the tendency of the book itself.
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Daboll, N.; Strong, N. (), The New-England almanack, and gentlemen and ladies diary, for the year of our Lord Christ, Being the second year after bissextile or leap-year.
And the tenth year of American : May 5 [O.S. Ap ], Groton. The New-England almanack, and gentlemen and ladies diary, for the year of our Lord Christ, by Nathan Daboll 9 editions - first published in Not in LibraryWritten works: Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant, Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant, Improved And Enlarged.
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, 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 Item Preview. An astronomical diary, or, An almanack, for the year of our Lord : calculated for the meridian of Boston / by Osgood Carleton.
Phillips's United States diary, or, An almanack, for the year of our Lord : fitted to the latitude and long. of the State of Rhode-Island. M'Culloch's pocket almanac, for the : Kelli Hansen. Magnalia Christi americana; or, The ecclesiastical history of New-England; from its first planting, in the yearunto the year of Our Lord In seven books Item PreviewPages: Buy The New England Farmer's Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord (Classic Reprint) by Fessenden, Thomas G.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Federal Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, Boston: Printed and sold by J.
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The New-England almanack, and gentlemen and ladies diary, for the year of our Lord Christ, Being the second year after bissextile or leap-year. And the tenth year of American independence. 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. 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 Boston, latitude 41 deg.
56 min. north. / By Isaac Bickerstaff. ; [Fourteen lines of verse] Boston:: Printed for, and sold by John Norman, at his shop near the Boston Stone., . My Father’s Kingdom is a good historical novel able to feed the reader with the spirit of a time long gone – the last part of the seventeenth century in what became New England after the English colonization/5.
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 Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, the Ecclesiastical History of New-England; from Its First Planting, in the YearUnto the Year of Our Lord in Seven Books: : Drake, Samuel Gardner, Mather, Cotton, Robbins, Thomas: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Cotton Mather.
CHAPTER 1. New England’s War on Christmas. THE PURITAN WAR ON MISRULE. IN NEW ENGLAND, for the first two centuries of white settlement most people did not celebrate fact, the holiday was systematically suppressed by Puritans during the colonial period and largely ignored by their descendants.
Astronomical Diary: or, An Almanack for the Year of our Lord Christ, By Nathaniel Ames. Boston: J. Draper, . An Astronomical Diary: or, Almanack for the Year of our Lord Christ, By Nathaniel Largely written in and first published in Paris, in French, inthis London edition is the book's first.
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.Hence this year of our Lord MDCCCXCIX has been the allotted day and hour for the writing of this book.
There has been a trend of destiny which has brought not only a book on oldtime child life, and that book at this century end, but has included the fate that it .F. W. Bass’s arithmetic book: made in the year of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, p.: ill.; 51 cm.
Contains mathematical computations, calligraphy, and examples of student exercises in the calculation of fractions, proportions, troy weight, money, liquid measures, etc. Some of the volume pertains to maintaining financial account.