2 edition of The New-York pocket almanack, for the year 1772. found in the catalog.
The New-York pocket almanack, for the year 1772.
by Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, in Hanover-Square. in New-York
Written in English
|Statement||By Thomas Moore, philo.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 12130.|
|Contributions||Hutchins, John Nathan, 1700 or 1701-1782.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Get this from a library. The New-York pocket almanack, for the year Calculated for the use of the province of New-York, and the neighbouring provinces. [John Nathan Hutchins;].
The New-York pocket almanack, for the year Calculated for the use of the province of New-York, and the neighbouring provinces. New-York pocket almananck for the year 1772. book the year -- New-York pocket almanack for the year -- Gaine's New-York pocket almanack for the year Binding note Half calf binding with marbled boards.
Provenance. Bookplate of Rev. Tuttle Smith. Inscribed "J. Tuttle Smith"--in ink on t.p. of the almanack. References. Calculated for the use of the province of New York, and the neighbouring provinces by Richard Moore, philo.
(New York: Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, ). 4 v. in one. [with New-York pocket almananck for the year — New-York pocket almanack for the year — Gaine’s New-York pocket almanack for the year ].
Graphic Arts. Description: View of New York City with a row boat and two sail boats in the foreground and a ship at dock. Includes British flag, churches, fort, and college. Items are numbered for identification in key below image. THE JAMES MASON COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB — members — last activity 9 hours, 22 min ago ALL GENRE COMMUNITY OF BOOK LOVERS-Perfect for those interested in good books of any genre, film and for the year 1772.
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(New York: Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, ). 4 v. in one. [with New-York pocket almananck for the year — New-York pocket almanack for the year — Gaine’s New-York pocket almanack for the year ]. Graphic Arts. The New York Almanac [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An almanac, in its simplest form, is a book containing a calendar that includes notations for holidays and holy days, as well as astronomical information such as the rising and setting of the sun and moon, the phases of the moon and high and low tides.
The Caroline almanack and American freeman's chronicle for [electronic resource]: being bissextile or leap year ; calculated for Albany, Lat. [email protected], but will serve for the whole of New York, northern and middle states, New England, Canada &c. (Rochester, N.Y.: Mackenzie's Gazette Office, [?]) (page images at HathiTrust).
The Newcastle Memorandum Book; or, a Methodical Pocket-Journal for the Year MDCCLXXII. Calculated to answer the immediate purposes of Gentlemen and Tradesmen in all parts of Great Britain respecting their daily transactions and occasional business.
ALMANACK]. Handsome copy of a pre-Revolutionary War Philadelphia almanac. A few scattered manuscript notations throughout including “28th August to dress my hair by the Month @ 15/ Saturday Imploy’d Joe,” a possible reference to an African American barber, “Sunday August 29 Mr. & Mrs.
Penn arrived”, a possible reference to the newly re-appointed Governor John Penn, the last. The New-York pocket almanack, for the year being bissexte or leap-year. And the 12th year of His Majesty's reign, after the 25th of October, Calculated for the use of the province of New-York, and the neighbouring provinces.
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Declaration of Independence. Full text of "A pocket almanack, for the year : calculated for the use of the state of Massachusetts-Bay" See other formats.
The Pennsylvania pocket almanack, for the year Calculated for the use of the province of Pennsylvania, and the neighbouring provinces. An astronomical diary; or almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, Being bissextile, or leap-year, calculated for the meridian of New-Haven, in New-England, The New-York pocket almanack.
Colonial AmericaThree Rare Original Paul Revere Engraved Illustration Metal Cut Prints(PAUL REVERE). Dated Colonial Period, Imprint entitled, “An Astronomical Diary or Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Christ ,” containing (3) Paul Revere Engravings, plus including the historically important “Letters From a Pennsylvania Farmer” having a portrait.
The American Year Book and National Register for (page images at MOA) Poor Richard's Almanack ( Century Company edition of selections), by Benjamin Franklin (frame-dependent page images at ) The Whig Almanac, and Politician's Register, for (New York: G.
Dearborn and Co., ) (page images at Google).Kept in Isaiah Thomas' Almanack (Worcester, Mass.) for the Portland, Me. Three inserted leaves containing diary of unidentified minister, chiefly recording baptisms, deaths, weather, in Poor Robin's Farmer's, Merchant's, and Mechanic's Almanack, or the Register of Maine (Portland, ).During this period, the coin ratings in effect in New York were routinely published in almanacs, particularly Gaine’s New-York pocket almanac.
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