2 edition of The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord 1782. found in the catalog.
The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord 1782.
|Statement||By Timothy Trueman, philom|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 17380|
|Contributions||Tobler, John, 1696-1765, Trueman, Timothy|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
Town and country almanac, for the year of our Lord Philadelphia: Printed on the Vertical Press by D. & S. Neall,  Apart from filling a gap in AAS's peerless almanac collection, this pamphlet brings to 19 the number of "Vertical Press" imprints now at AAS. Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication Samuel Phillips May [Cambridge, Mass.: Printed by Samuel Green, ] Massachusetts The psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Old and New-Testament, / faithfully translated into English metre. ; For the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in.
Very likely the earliest known printing of a directory of any American city or town, the first directory of Charleston was published as the American Revolutionary War was drawing to a close. It appeared in the South Carolina and Georgia Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by John Tobler under the caption The [ ] View Collection Homepage. An Astronomical Diary: or, Almanack for the Year of our Lord Christ, By Nathaniel Ames. Boston: R. and S. Draper, Edes & Gill, Green & Russell, and T. & J. Fleet, . It is interesting to speculate on Borrenstein's reasoning in printing a German-language book in New Jersey, which in had relatively few German-speaking.
Papers: , 43 items. This collection contains copies of correspondence from Benjamin Franklin to his sister, Jane Franklin Mecom, as well as to others. There is also a copy of an essay by Benjamin Franklin relating to heat and cold in , the settlement of accounts in between Benjamin Franklin and David Hall at the end of their printing partnership, and an inventory of Benjamin. The Battle of Valcour Island is one of those small Revolutionary War engagements, the effect of which far exceeds the cost in men and materiel, as the author points out. It also portrays the tactical skills of Arnold, his courage and his ability to : Michael Barbieri.
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The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of near five hours west from London, but may, without sensible error.
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Be the first. Hutchins, John Nathan, or Shoemaker, Abraham. Notes Hutchins died inand the calculator of the present almanac is Abraham Shoemaker, who is named in Greenleaf's New-York, Connecticut, & New Jersey almanack for (p. ) as the author of its own calendar pages. Freebetter's New-England Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, Hartford: Nathaniel Patton, .
Daboll, Nathan. Freebetter's New-England Almanack, for the year New London, Conn.: Timothy Green, . Weatherwise's Town and Country Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord. (Boston: Nathaniel Coverly and Robert Hodge. The New Jersey Journal is the name of a newspaper established by Shepard Kollock in Chatham, New Jersey in while it was a village in the state of New Jersey, which had declared its independence in from the British colony named, the Province of New newspaper continued to be published throughout the American Revolutionary War and into the founding of the United States, its.
Shepard Kollock, Jr. (September – J ) was an editor and printer, who was active in colonial New Jersey during the period of the American Revolutionary also held various government positions in the newly founded state of New Jersey during the early s.
The New Jersey Journal, which became the third newspaper published in New Jersey, was established by Kollock at.
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 Bay Psalm Book, as it is known, is essentially sacred text to be sung during the liturgy.
A committee of thirty learned elders, including John Cotton, Richard Mather, and John Eliot, set about the task of creating a new translation of the Hebrew psalms into.
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A history of the life and death, virtues and exploits, of General George Washington. Faithfully taken from authentic documents, and, now, in a second edition improved, respectfully offered to the perusal of his countrymen; as also, all others who wish to see human nature in its most finished form.
In the New Jersey book collectors' club, the Carteret Book Club, published Rowland C. Ellis' Colonial Dutch Houses in New Jersey. THE NEW-JERSEY ALMANACK for the Year of our Lord The Astronomical Calculations by Wm.
Waring. THE UNITED STATES ALMANACK, for the Year of our Lord By Andrew Ellicott. Chatham: Shepard. January, Poor Richard Improved: Being An Almanack and Ephemeris of the Motions of the Sun and Moon for the Year of Our Lord(Poor Richard’s Almanac), Benjamin Franklin, Month: January, Column: 2, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Search Submit Search. Benjamin Banneker (November 9, – Octo ) was a free African-American almanac author, surveyor, naturalist, and in Baltimore County, Maryland, to a free African-American woman and a former slave, Banneker had little formal education and was largely is known for being part of a group led by Major Andrew Ellicott that surveyed the original borders of Born: November 9,Baltimore County, Province.
[American Revolution Battle Plan.] [Plan appearing in:] Bickerstaff’s Boston Almanack, for the year of our Redemption, Boston. Printed and sold by Draper and Folsom, and John Mycall of Newbury.
These essays were published in The Royal Georgia Gazette and in John Tobler's The South-Carolina and Georgia Almanack for the Year of Our Lord In these essays Zubly used international law and the Bible to show that Americans were not fighting a legal revolution but were engaged in an illegal and unjust rebellion of which God disapproved.Title The honle.
Horatio Gates, Esqr., major general in the American Army / J. Norman sc. Summary Print shows Horatio Gates, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, in oval.Declaration Database (August ) 5 July 9 Wochentliche Pennsylvanischer Staatsbote Printer: Henry Miller Pennsylvania – Philadelphia Declaration of Independence: pp.
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