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Poor Will"s pocket almanack, for the year 1796 ...

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Published by Printed for and sold by Joseph Crukshank, no. 87, High-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 29336.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[48] p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17739104M

The whole number of families in England, allotting five souls to each family, is one million four hundred thousand, of which I take one third, viz. , to be poor families Edition: current; Page: [26] who now pay four millions of taxes, and that the poorest pays at least four guineas a year; and that the other thirteen millions are paid by. England – Church history – A history of conferences and other proceedings connected with the revision of the book of Common Prayer: from the year to the year England – Church history – A history of the articles of religion: to which is added a series of documents, from A.D. to A.D. , together with illustrations from.

In the book, however, the sixteen-year-old Portia was actually reporting something said by a young man she was infatuated with: “He says that when you love someone all your saved-up wishes start coming out.” in Poor Richard’s Almanack (October, ) The other pulls it out of his overcoat pocket. The letter just quoted is the more remarkable because the Prince Regent was particularly odious to Paine. The reader will find this issue of the Regency dealt with in the “Rights of Man” (ii., p. of this edition), but it may be remarked in passing that this supposed purblind enemy of thrones was found in maintaining that the monarch, however objectionable, was more related to the.

Invoice book of Peleg Clarke, , portions used as MS a scrapbook of 19th century family letters and for "Family Records of Peleg Clarke," including Clarke and Fowler families South Wales Pocket Almanac, which appeared annually from till The Almanack was issued in conjunction with the Gazette. It supplemented the dissemination of news and knowledge throughout the Colony, while the Gazette kept the settlers in touch with affairs in England. George Howe published extracts from English literature, and did.


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Get this from a library. Poor Will's pocket almanack, for the year Full text of "A pocket almanack, for the year : calculated for the use of the state of Massachusetts-Bay" See other formats. The Almanac Collection includes paper copies of o almanacs, dating from to the present, including several editions of two of the best known American almanacs: the Old Farmer's Almanack and Poor Richard's Almanac.

An almanack for the year of Christian account / by John Nathan Hutchins. New-York: Hugh Gaine. [An almanack of ]. Title page missing Unknown: Unknown. The American almanack / by Ephraim A.

Lambert. New-Haven: Printed for the author. The New-York Directory, published inwas the first extant directory for New York City and the third published in the United listed names. A year earlier, the first two in the country were published in Philadelphia – the first, compiled by Francis White, was initially printed Octoand the second, compiled by John Macpherson (–), was initially printed.

See Table of years in literature for an overview of all "year in literature" pages. Several attempts have been made to create a list of world literature.

Among these are the great books project including the book series Great Books of the Western World, now containing 60 volumes.

Sarah Wills (Edward Spencer) was born on 23 Apr in Middlesex,England. She was christened on 15 May in St Luke Old Str,Finsbury,Middlesex,England. She died on 10 Jan in Roke Manor,Hampshire,England.

Keoghs Books: Stroud, United Kingdom. "Latey, John Lash [editor], The Illustrated London News, Vol. LXIV, January 3 to Jwith features on the for the year 1796. book aspects of the Duke of Edinburgh's marriage and subsequent return with his wife, Grand Duchess Marie of Russia to England, as well as a Supplement on their Arrival in the United Kingdom, the Ashantee War in Africa's Gold Coast, articles.

The Town and Country Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, Being Bissextile, or Leap-Year; and the 20th of the Independence of America. Boston: Printed and sold by J. White, near Charles-River Bridge, and by the booksellers, Other wills and estate papers in this series relate primarily to family members in earlier generations.

Edward, Poor Will's Pocket Almanack 5 George, Edward, Poor Will's Pocket Almanack 5 George, Edward, Poor Will's (d. ?) Account book (indexed), 15 Also includes accounts of his estate, Virginia Argus. [volume] (Richmond, Va.)OctoImage 4, brought to you by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.

Poor Will's Pocket Almanack for the year ; being the second after Leap-Year., [Box 6 F] Printed and sold by J. Crukshank, No. 87, High Street, Philadelphia. Bringhurst wrote of the death of James Bringhurst, father of Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., at the age of eighty in Portsmouth, Rhode Island as well as the death of friend Sally Sharpless.

Volume is a manuscript account book later used as a scrapbook for recipes. Account book records sales and purchases by a cabinet- coffin- and basketmaker in Nunda, New York, perhaps T. Atwood & Company. First half of book contains recipes, both handwritten and clipped from newspapers, mostly for cakes and desserts.

Poor Robin, An Almanack (4 editions) See Mus See Mus Crampton’s Eastern Counties Household Almanack and year book of useful knowledge for Localised almanac (2 copies) My Grandfather’s Pocket-Book from AD to Note 1: Reg No V 2A/ - Edward Wills, age 32 Sydney Gazette 18 Mayp2 At his house, in George-street, on Tuesday night the 14th instant, Mr.

Edward Wills, after a painful illness of nearly three months duration, in his 33d year. The generosity of his disposition,was evinced in all his actions, his integrity was undoubted; and he lived universally respected, as his death must.

“For several days after my first book was published, I carried it about in my pocket, and took surreptitious peeps at it to make sure that the ink had not faded.” -James Matthew Barrie ( - ): speech (26 May ) at the Critics’ Circle in London, England.

According to bibliographer Charles Evans, a broadside is defined as a document with printed matter "on the recto, or face, of an unfolded sheet" (American Bibliography [Chicago: Hollister Press, ] 5:xv).Evans defines the next most complex bibliographic form, the broadsheet, as a document in which the "the printed matter overruns the recto of an unfolded sheet, and the verso is also.

"We hear nothing of a book trade at Rome before the time of the booksellers and copyists (both initially called librarii) carried on an active trade, but do not seem to have met the high standards of a discriminating author, for Cicero complains of the poor quality of their work (Q.f.

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OCLWHi Finding aid for the Shaker Manuscripts Finding aid prepared by Kermit J. Pike Western Reserve Historical Society East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio Findin. The debt is entered in the proctors' accounts until the year and in Grace Book B it is recorded under the date that John Law, an alien priest, with Drs Ridley, Bulloke, Wakefield, and Maundefelde owed £20 sterling to the university, for which they had given a bond with their signature and seals; reference is made to this bond in.The very year in which the last volumes of Johnson's Lives of the Poets were published,Burns began to do his best work.

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