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Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris ... for the year of our Lord 1790

Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris ... for the year of our Lord 1790

... Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of near five hours west from London; but may, without sensible error, serve all the northern states.

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Published by Printed and sold by Hall and Sellers. in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Richard Saunders, philom
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 22129
ContributionsSaunders, Richard, Waring, William
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[40] p.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17168598M

Rare Books from Five Centuries: A Miscellany. Note: Photographs of most items may be seen via the "Search Inventory" button. AMERICAN ALMANAC WITH A FULL-PAGE MILITARY PLAN OF BOSTON. 1. (AMERICAN REVOLUTION). Hutchin's Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of our Lord, By John Nathan Hutchins. New York: Hugh. 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.

According to accounts that began to appear during the s or earlier, a substantial mythology has exaggerated the accomplishments of Benjamin Banneker (–), who was a free African-American almanac author, astronomer, surveyor, naturalist, and farmer. Well-known speakers, writers, artists and others have created, repeated and embellished a large number of such questionable reports. Poor Richard Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris of the Motions of the Sun and Moon[etc. for the Year of Our Lord By Richard Saunders. Philom. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania: D. Hall. And W. Sellers. A very rare original almanac from the famous Poor Richard's series. Started by Benjamin Franklin and bearing his pseudonym, Richard Saunders.

1. [The Canterbury d at Westminster by William Caxton, about ] The text begins with the first line of the book, and there is no prefatory note or colophon, to give a clue to the name of the work, its place of publication, its printer, or the date of its production. Poor Richard's Almanack Franklin Poor RICHARD improved: BEING AN. A L M A N A C K. AND. EPHEMERIS. OF THE. RISING and SETTING of the SUN; AND THE. Rising, Setting and Southing of the Moon, FOR THE. Year of our LORD Being the Second after Leap-Year. Containing also, The Lunations, Conjunctions, Eclipses, Judgment of the.


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Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris 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, serve all the northern states. Poor Richard Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris.

for the Year of Our Lord Fitted to the Latitude of Forty Degrees, and a M. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller 7. Franklin, Benjamin, Title Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris of the motions of the sun and moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the rising and setting of the sun, and the rising, setting and southing of the moon, for the year of our Lord being the second after leap-year.

Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris for the year of our Lord By Richard Saunders, philom. "Richard Saunders" is a pseudonym. The Anatomy is the only illustration. Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Selections from Franklin, with facsimile in reduction of the almanack forwith title: Poor Richard, improved: being an Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of our Lord By Richard Saunders.3/5(5).

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Selections from Franklin, with facsimile in reduction of the almanack forwith title: Poor Richard, improved: being an Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of our Lord By Richard : Poor Richard Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris of the Motions of the Sun and Moon: the True Places and Aspects of the Planets: the Rising and Setting of the Sun: and the Rising, Setting and Southing of the Moon, for the Year of Our Lord Being the First After Leap-year: Containing Also, the Lunations, Conjunctions, Eclipses.

Benjamin Franklin (), Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris 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, serve all.

Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris of the motions of the sun and moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the rising and setting of the sun, and the rising, setting and southing of the moon, for the year of our Lord being the second after leap-year. 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.

(Images from Historical Society of Pennsylvania; accessed at on Aug ) link ↩. Poor Richard Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris 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, Serve All the Northern Colonies (Philadelphia: Printed and sold by B.

Franklin, and D. Hall, []). Graphic Arts (GAX. Franklin, Benjamin, Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris of the motions of the sun and moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the rising and setting of the sun, and the rising, setting and southing of the moon, for the year of our Lord being the second after leap-year.

The Agricultural Almanack for the year of our Lord Philadelphia, Solomon W. Conrad. The Farmer's New Poor Richard Almanac for Chicago, Ben Franklin Publishing Company. Hutchins Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris By John Nathan Hutchins.

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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. Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris of the motions of the sun and moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the rising and setting of the sun, and the rising, setting and southing of the moon, for the year of our Lord being the second after leap-year.

Poor Will's almanack, for the year of our Lord / by William Andrews. The Essex almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ : calculated for the meridian of Salem in New-England. Father Abraham's almanack, (on an entire new plan), for the year of our Lord / by Abraham : Kelli Hansen.

39) Benjamin West. Bickerstaff's Boston Almanack. For the Year of Our Lord, Being leap year. Boston: John Fleeming, The fame of Poor Richard has been so great since the days of his first appearance that the layman thinks of his work as comprising the sum of colonial calendar making, but Poor Robin, Abraham Weatherwise, Theophilus Grew, John Warner, Benjamin West, Nathaniel Ames.

Poor Richard's Almanack The images on this page are from Poor Richard’s Almanack An almanac was one of the most important publications in colonial America, and nearly every household owned a copy.

It provided people with valuable information as well as entertainment. Almanacs Poor Richard Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris of the Motions of the Sun and Moon; The True Places and Aspects of the Planets; The Rising and Setting of the Sun; Philadelphia: 1 folder 10 Poor Will Almanack for the Year of Our LordPhiladelphia 1 folder 10 Kite’s Town and Country.

Poor Richard, An almanack for the year of Christ Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of five hours west from London, but may without sensible error, serve all the adjacent places, even from Newfoundland to South-Carolina.

(enlarged and improved) for the year of our Lord The English Mercury: being.Poor Richard Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris of the Motions of the Sun and Moon For the Year of our Lord Philadelphia: B.

Franklin and D. Hall, []. 12mo. [36]pp. Woodcut zodiac man and monthly panels. Expertly bound to style in 19th century dark green morocco, spine gilt with raised bands, marbled endpapers.Hutchin's Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of our Lord, By John Nathan Hutchins.

New York: Hugh Gaine, []. [48] p. Stitched as issued. Minor gnawing in bottom margin of first few leaves, costing several letters, else a remarkably nice, clean copy. $ One of the great Revolutionary War almanacs.