2 edition of Bickerstaff"s New-York almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1778. found in the catalog.
Bickerstaff"s New-York almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1778.
by Printed by J. Trumbull, for Samuel Loudon, Fish-kill. in Norwich [Conn.]
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 15707.|
|Contributions||West, Benjamin, 1730-1813.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record. 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.
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Small remnant of a paper sticker of. Bickerstaff's Boston Almanack for the Year of Our Redemption ; being the Third after Leap-Year, the Fifteenth in the Reign of King George III [COOK: FIRST VOYAGE] [WEST, Benjamin] Boston: Mills & Hicks, |a Except for the title page, the almanac is identical throughout in contents and typography with: The New York farmer's almanac for the year of our Lord (Shaw & Shoemaker ), by David Young, also printed by Baldwin.
Young's astronomical calculations are advertised on. By earlyit had become increasingly clear that the Allies would win the Second World War. Around the same time, it also became increasingly clear to many Christian intellectuals on both sides of the Atlantic that the soon-to-be-victorious nations were not culturally or morally prepared for their success.
A war won by technological superiority merely laid the groundwork for a post. Bickerstaff’s Boston Almanack. For the Year of Our Lord, Being Leap Year. Boston: John Fleeming, .
12mo, disbound; pp. . $ First edition of this charming early Bickerstaff’s Almanack, with humorous anecdotes and a. BICKERSTAFF’s Books, Maps &c. [email protected] Page 4 Little is known of Daniel Travis (??), the almanac's author.
His almanacs were published in Boston from and ; for some of those years, Travis almanacs were. Full text of "McMillan's New Brunswick almanac and register of the year of Our Lord [microform]: being the thirty-second year of the reign of Queen Victoria, and the first after bissextile or leap year: containing ecclesiastical and provincial departments, a list of the officers of New Brunswick militia, the roll of barristers and attorneys and other valuable information".
The first evidence of Bartgis' work as a printer is a German almanac published in Lancaster, Pennsylvania inbut by had moved to Frederick to publish his Maryland Almanac for the Year of our Lord 6 While the next few editions of the almanac bore the Lancaster imprint, by the imprint had been switched to Frederick.
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The charter can be found in Edes & Gill's North-American Almanack for the Year of our Lord (Boston, ). Edes and Gill also placed an image of liberty teetering toward destruction on their title page inand in they used Revere's engraving of Boston's port being shut in as the frontispiece.
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