4 edition of Leeds 1732. The American almanack for the year of Christian account 1732. found in the catalog.
Leeds 1732. The American almanack for the year of Christian account 1732.
by Printed and sold by William Bradford in New-York, and Andrew Bradford in Philadelphia. in [New York]
Written in English
|Statement||By Titan Leeds, philomat.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 3432.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Leeds The American almanack for the year of Christian account Fitted to the latitude of 40 degrees north, 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.
The American almanack for the year of Christian account Fitted to the latitude of 40 degrees north, and a meridian of five hours west from London, but may, without sensible error, serve the adjacent places even from Newfoundland to South Carolina.
Titan Leeds, The Genuine Leeds Almanack for the Year of Christian Account,pp. 7, # Elihu Coleman, A Testimony Against That Antichristian Practice of. The American almanack for the year of Christian account, expand_more Voller Titel expand_less Titel verkleinern Autor Leeds, Titan Erschienen: The book of common-prayer, and administration of the sacraments.
American Antiquarian Society [Oct., EXHIBITION OF AMERICAN ALMANACS OCTOBER, Samuel Danforth's Almanack for Cambridge. The earliest extant perfect almanac and the only extant book with the imprint of Matthew Day, son of the first printer in British America.
March was placed as the first month, a plan continued for forty years. ALMANACKS. 1 AiiEBicAs Almanack. Series from to in- elasive ; cleau and perfect.
22 2 National Almanack, and *4 ; OTie bonnd in cloth. Succeeded American. Octavo. 2 8 Duplicatea American Almanack,'54, '56, and ' 4 4 Ameb' Almanack from toinclusive of both dates, but wanting one year — Inhowever, both Godfrey and Jerman took their copy to Bradford, who now prepared to issue five almanacs forleaving Franklin with none.
In these circumstances Franklin hastily compiled the first Poor Richard’s Almanack. It was advertised in the Gazetteon Decemas “just published.”6.
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Poor Richard's Almanack 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 reac per year. Franklin, the American inventor. The American almanack for the year of Christian accountby Titan Leeds (Boston), Reel 9 Case 10 An almanack for the year of our Lord,by Nathaniel Whittemore (Boston), with manuscript notes, In the Preface to my last Almanack, I foretold the Death of my dear old Friend and Fellow-Student, the learned and ingenious Mr.
Titan Leeds, which was to be on the 17th of October,3 h. 29 m.P.M. at the very Instant of the xxx of xxx and xxx. The publication appeared continually from to It was a best seller for a pamphlet published in the American colonies; print runs reac per year.
  Franklin, the American inventor, statesman, and publisher, achieved success with Poor Richard’s Almanack. Almanac for the year of our Lord God, (London, ); Leeds, The American almanack for the year of Christian accountby Titan Leeds (Boston, ); An almanack for the year of our Lord,by Nathaniel Whittemore (Boston, ); The New-England diary, or, Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ,By a native of New.
Poor Richard's Almanack is one of Benjamin Franklin's most charming creations. He delighted in cloaking his writing behind a variety of literary personas, and Richard Saunders remains one of his most beloved, although some critics have complained that Poor Richard reveals the shallow materialism at the heart of Franklin's homespun philosophy and, by extension, at the heart of.
RARE 19thC FACSIMILE of LEEDS THE AMERICAN ALMANACK by Daniel Leeds. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. Very RARE Boston Almanac, Nathan Bowen, Colonial America, New England Diary.
$ The American ALMANAC Year Book Cyclopedia and Atlas First Edition Hearst. $ 2d 12h. (1.) Daniel Leeds, An Almanack for the Year of Christian Account Particularly Respecting the Meridian and Latitude of Burlington, but May Indifferently Serve All Places Adjacient, quoted in Hall, Cultures of Print, p Get this from a library.
Leeds The American almanack for the year of Christian account Fitted to the latitude of 40 degrees north and a meridian of five hours west from London. [Titan Leeds]. 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 was a best seller for a pamphlet published in the American colonies; print runs reac per year. The first book printed in the colonies appeared in "The Whole Books of Psalms", sometimes referred to as the "Bay Psalm Book".
Among the very few secular titles were those printed by Benjamin Franklin 90 years later. "Poor Richard's Almanack", which first appeared ins copies annually. An almanack for the year of Christian account particularly respecting the meridian and latitude of Burlington, but may indifferently serve all places adjacent.
By Daniel Leeds.Peruse the bookshelves at the museum shop of the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, and you will no doubt see this edition of Poor Richard's is great fun reading 77 pages' worth of Benjamin Franklin's maxims for industry, thrift, humility, and cheerfulness -- maxims that can be said to have done much to form our collective sense of the American /5().“A Memorial to William Penn” (), a declaration of cultural independence written by George Webb a little more than a decade after Penn’s death, appeared in the form of stanza headers for the months of the year in The Genuine Leeds Almanack for the Year of Christian Accountpublished by Franklin’s rival Titan Leeds ().