by by Oliver Farnsworth, printer to the state of Rhode-Island, &c. Great allowance to those who purchase quantities. in Published at Newport [R.I.] .
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 38392.|
|Contributions||Southwick, Remington, 1779-1807.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
Get this from a library! The Rhode-Island almanac, for the year of our Lord, Calculated for the meridian of Newport-lat. 41 degrees 25 minutes north-long. 71 deg. 15 min. west. But will serve for any of the adjacent states. Rhode-Island almanac, for the year of our Lord (Newport: printed and sold by Oliver Farnsworth,), by Benjamin West and Oliver Farnsworth, contrib. by H. H. Brown (page images at HathiTrust) Frank Leslie's illustrated family almanac. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. The Rhode-Island almanack, for the year of Lord Christ calculated for the meridian of Providence, lat. 41° 51' n. and long. 71° 16' w. But will serve for any of the adjacent states. The North-American calendar: or, The Rhode-Island almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ The Rhode-Island almanac, for the year of our Lord, being the 3d of the nineteenth century, and the 27th of American independence [Remington Southwick] on chevreschevalaosta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Title: The Rhode-Island almanac, for the year of our Lord, being the 3d of the nineteenth century.
Confederate States Almanac for the Year of Our Lord was published by Southern Methodist Publishing House in Nashville, Tennessee and Burke, Boykin & Company in Macon, Georgia. The University of Alabama contributed the astronomical chronology for the annual almanacs. May 24, · 4. Isaiah Thomas’s Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire & Vermont almanack, with an ephemeris, for the year of our Lord Worcester, Mass.: Printed by Isaiah Thomas, ; this copy bound without title page. 5. The Rhode-Island Almanack, For the Year of our Lord Christ, , , , (4 separate almanacs sold together). [Isaac BICKERSTAFF] on chevreschevalaosta.com *FREE Author: Isaac BICKERSTAFF. Apr 27, · Early Days. Almanacs have been a part of American life since its very beginning. One of the first books printed in English America was an almanac. By the midth century the almanac had become, after the Bible, the book most likely to be found in ordinary homes. Produced annually, almanacs provided practical information and entertainment. Calendar.
4. Isaiah Thomas’s Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire & Vermont almanack, with an ephemeris, for the year of our Lord Worcester, Mass.: Printed by Isaiah Thomas, ; this copy bound without title page. 5. Scope and Content: This collection contains almanacs from all over the United States, England and Bermuda (1 almanac from England and 1 almanac from Bermuda).Materials in this collection range in date from to , with the bulk dating from the 19th century. Some of the almanacs listed are located in the oversized box and are marked accordingly. This particular advertisement for rags was printed on the back of Isaiah Thomas’s Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut almanack for the year of our Lord Christ Almanacs were little books published only once a year, and virtually every member of society consulted them daily. Jan 06, · Isaac Bickerstaff is a common pseudonym in almanacs. The New-England almanack, or, Lady's and gentleman's diary: for the year of our Lord Christ ; .