2 edition of The Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1790. ... found in the catalog.
The Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1790. ...
|Statement||By Robert Andrews, philo. ..|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 21658.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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 year. The Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia almanack and ephemeris, for the year of our siyamiozkan.com: Kelli Hansen. Imprint Records by Year Published. 0; Short Title: ; Typographia: An ode, on printing. Session Laws (May ). New Virginia Tobacco-Law. Charge to the Grand Jury. ; Virgi.
The Agricultural Almanack for the year of our Lord Philadelphia, Solomon W. Conrad. State of New York Agricultural Almamack By S. Southwick. Albany, Stephan W. Johnson. State of New York Agricultural Almanack. Albany, Daniel Steele. [By S. Southwick] , 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 It sold exceptionally well for a pamphlet published in the Thirteen Colonies; print runs reached 10, per year.
He aided in the clothing of troops for the Continental Army and in providing homes for distressed Norfolk citizens burned out by Lord Dunmore. During the last year of the war, in , Lord Cornwallis, coming up from the Carolinas into Virginia by way of the old Halifax Road that skirted the western portion of the county, met the turncoat. Banneker's ephemeris for was published by the Baltimore printer Goddard & Angell with the title Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of Our Lord It was also sold by printers in Philadelphia and Alexandria, Virginia.
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Get this from a library. The Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord, [Robert Andrews;]. Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia almanack and ephemeris, for the year of Our Lord Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia almanack and ephemeris, for the year of Our Lord Began with v.
for Drake, M. Almanacs. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: The Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord Bibliographic Details; Other Authors: The Virginia almanack for the year of our Lord Containing besides the astronomical calculations, by I. Briggs, judgment of weather. The Virginia almanack for the year of Our Lord God Being the first after bissextile or leap year and the ninth year of American independence; Containing the lunations, conjunctions, eclipses, judgment of the weather, rising and setting of the planets, &c.
Banneker's New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia almanac, or ephemeris, for the year of our Lord ; being the third after leap-year. by:. The Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord, Calculated to the meridian of Richmond, and will answer any part of Virginia or North-Carolina.
/ By Benjamin Workman, M.A. "Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and EPHEMERIS, for the YEAR of our LORD, ; Being BISSEXTILE, or LEAP-YEAR, and the Sixteenth Year of AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, which commenced July 4, ".Born: November 9,Baltimore County, Province.
Banneker’s publishing debut, Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris, for the Year of Our Lordmakes no reservations about the author’s race. It begins with testimonials from the editors and from James McHenry, a prominent Maryland statesman, attesting to the author’s gifts.
Free blacks in the antebellum period—those years from the formation of the Union until the Civil War—were quite outspoken about the injustice of slavery.
Their ability to express themselves, however, was determined by whether they lived in the North or the South. Free Southern blacks continued. Full text of "An Almanack for the Year of our Lord" See other formats.
containing between eighty and ninety pages." Subscribers were to pay 33 6d when the book was delivered to them. "The Book begins with a Piece dedicatory, and the Poem is introduced by a solemn Invocation of the Muses, and an Inquiry into the Cause of Winter, after which the Narration commences." Not in Evans.
No copy located. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book, Online;  p. ; 10 cm. for the year of our Lord [electronic resource] Printed and sold by Francis Bailey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia almanack for (Baltimore), probably by Benjamin Workman, who calculated the rest of the later issues in that series.
Abstract. literate Britons and Americans owned and read an almanac. Today Americans are familiar with this genre through the Farmer’s Almanac – a book that most of us have never read, but know of for its surprisingly “accurate” weather predictions.
Today’s Farmer’s Almanac is a nostalgic relic of what was a popular and lucrative genre in eighteenth-century print siyamiozkan.com: Lily Santoro.
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Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris, for the Year of Our Lord Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of Our Lord, Baltimore. Banneker's Almanack The Virginia Almanack for the Year of Our Lord, Petersburg, Virginia, John H.
Latrobe, Esq. Memoir of Benjamin Banneker, Read Before the Maryland Historical Society. Dunmore was less obliged to Lord Gower when the Lord President arranged for Dunmore’s transfer to Virginia, a change Dunmore had not sought and did not wish to make.
Voyage to America. Lord Dunmore, finding that he could not return to England to visit his family without relinquishing his governorship, sent for Lady Dunmore in the spring of AN ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD [F.S.A.
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the year of our Lord (archaic or religious) Of the Common Era/Christian Era; anno Domini; numbered from the once estimated first year for the birth of Jesus Christ.
Synonyms.In June ofafter Lord Dunmore, Virginia’s last royal governor, fled Williamsburg, Monroe took part in a raid on the arsenal of the Governor’s Palace, helping to seize guns and swords for the militia.
Promoted to an officer of the Third Virginia Regiment, he was wounded in December at the Battle of Trenton.Jun 18, · The New-Brunswick almanack for the year of Our Lord [microform]: being bissextile or leap year, and the second of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria, compiled for the meridian of Saint John together with a correct list of the officers of the provincial militia and a variety of instructive and amusing articles.