2 edition of The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord 1781. found in the catalog.
The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord 1781.
|Statement||By Timothy Trueman, philom.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 17010.|
|Contributions||Tobler, John, 1696-1765., Trueman, Timothy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
Benjamin Franklin FRS FRSA FRSE (Janu [O.S. January 6, ] – Ap ) was an American polymath and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Franklin was a leading writer, printer, political philosopher, politician, Freemason, postmaster, scientist, inventor, humorist, civic activist, statesman, and a scientist, he was a major figure in the American Appointed by: Congress of the Confederation. As it was for other printers, publication of almanacs was a profitable mainstay. In , she began publication of her own almanac: The Maryland Almanac for the Year of Our Lord, , followed by The Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North-Carolina Almanack, and Ephemeris, For the Year of our Lord,
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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. Descendants of Founders of New Jersey reside within the state, across the nation and around the world. The stories of the lives and contributions of their ancestors in settling New Jersey three or more centuries ago may have been chronicled, but many have been lost in time.
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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, serve all. Add tags for "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, serve all the northern states.
Be the first. New-Jersey: the Burlington almanack, for the year of our Lord, being bissextile or leap the Burlington almanack for the year of our Lord being the second after leap Author: Trueman, Timothy, Book 7, Microfilm Manuscript Serial Electronic Journal more Photo 81 Newspaper 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. 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:. Full text of "Whitaker’s Almanack For The Year Of Our Lord " See other formats. Published: () 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.
Zubly's pen, however, was not silenced. In and Zubly wrote a series of nine essays under the pseudonym of Helvetius. 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.
The Agricultural Almanack for the year of our Lord Philadelphia, Solomon W. Conrad. The Christian Almanac for New-York, Connecticut, New-Jersey, and Pennsylvanial.
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American Antiquarian Society's Almanac Collection - [Description of the original engraving:] Woodcut in lead featuring a bust portrait of George Washington () inset in a medallion on an interior page of Weatherwise’s Town and Country Almanack for the Year of our Lord Cut is labeled “His Excellency George Washington, Esq: Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States.
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.
Wilson's service at Columbia was interrupted by a principalship at Erasmus Hall Academy in Flatbush, New York. Peter Wilson represented Bergen County in the New Jersey General Assembly, – and In he helped prepare a revision and codification of the laws of New Jersey.
A Plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & East New Jersey. FADEN, William (). Diagrams and Plans, Illustrative of the Principal. In the New Jersey book collectors' club, the Carteret Book Club, published Rowland C.
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William Reese Company - Americana. items. New Jersey. William Reese Company - Americana. 19 items. Virginia. 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.
Poor Will's Almanack for the Year of Our Lord [Almanac.] Crukshank, Joseph. Printed and Sold by Joseph Crukshank. Marbled paper wrappers worn and partially eroded along the spine.
Albany south to Sandy Hook indicating the towns, roads and forts. Colonial boundary lines are shown, with the New York/New Jersey line marked. Signed: Given under the seal of the United States, witness His Excellency Thomas Mifflin, our president, at Annapolis, this fourteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven Contributor: Great Britain - Mifflin, Thomas - United States.
Following studies, opened a free school in Bordentown, first free public school to be opened in New Jersey, attendance grew to over in one year, but school board hired man as principal of school.
Relocated to Washington D.C. inworked as clerk in US Patent Office, first woman to obtain substantial federal post at salary equal to a.Since its first meeting inCongress has opened its sessions with prayer, usually given by its official chaplains in both houses.
When our nation was attacked on Septemthe members of Congress spontaneously sang “God Bless America” on the steps of the Capitol building. Sincewith the introduction of the chaplaincy into the Army and Navy, every branch of the U.S. Left: frontispiece of Weatherwise’s Town and Country Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, (Boston: Nathaniel Coverly and Robert Hodge, ).
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