3 edition of The New-England diary, or, Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1727. found in the catalog.
The New-England diary, or, Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1727.
by Printed by B. Green, and sold at the booksellers shops. in Boston
Written in English
|Statement||By a native of New-England. ; [Six lines of verse]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2732|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Sewall after a picture painted by a Scotchman, who came to New England in , and to Boston in , in which latter year he became a member of Air. Sewall was then forty-two years old, the Old South Church. and this seems to be about the age represented in our portrait. To the Church of Christ meeting in Little-Wild-Street London: printed for, and sold by John Clark in the Poultry; E. Matthews in Pater-Noster-Row; and T. Sanders in Little-Britain T Considerations on time and eternity, adapted to the new year, in a sermon preach'd to a society of young men, and Publish'd at Their Request.
F. W. Bass’s arithmetic book: made in the year of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, p.: ill.; 51 cm. Contains mathematical computations, calligraphy, and examples of student exercises in the calculation of fractions, proportions, troy weight, money, liquid measures, etc. Some of the volume pertains to maintaining financial account. () Magnalia Christi Americana: Or the Ecclesiastical History of New-England, from its First Planting in the Year unto the Year of our Lord, London, Re-issued in .
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The New-England diary, or, Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, Applyed to the horizon of Boston, N.E. where the north pole is elevated equal to an angle of 42 gr. & 25 m. but may indifferently (tides excepted) serve all North America.
The New-England diary, or, Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, Carefully fitted to the horizon of Boston, N England, where the north pole is raised, and the south pole depressd equal to an angle of 42 gr.
25 min. and a meridian 70 gr. or 4 ho. 44 min. west of London. An astronomical diary, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ being the bissextile or leap-year, in the 33d year of the reign of King George II: wherein are contained the lunations, eclipses, Sun's and Moon's rising and setting, aspects, time of high water, courts, observable days, spring tides, judgment of the weather: calculated for the meridian of Boston, in New-England.
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Green, at the University of Missouri Libraries. volumes: illustrations ; cm Frequency: Annual. Notes: Imprint varies. Title history: An almanack for the year of our Lord, ; A new almanack for the year. all his Book[s] (a Few only Excepted)."4 The Catalogus printed here probably dates from when Robert Treat Paine, then a fledgling merchant himself, sold a collection of books at a public sale through Jotham Maverick of Boston.
A memorandum of that account, including a list of titles retained by. Nathaniel Ames has written: 'An astronomical diary: or An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, ' 'An astronomical diary, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Tobier, The Pennsylvania Town and Country-marts Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord,Being the Third after Leap-Year (Wilmington, ). Google Scholar Author: Harry Woolf. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Cotton Mather (Mather, Cotton, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.
Mather, Cotton, Decennium Luctuosum: An History of Remarkable Occurrences, in the Long War, Which New-England Hath Had With the Indian Savages, From the Year to the Year (Boston: Printed by B.
Green and J. An astronomical diary, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, Calculated for the meridian of Boston, in New-England, latitude 42 degrees 25 minutes north.
/ By Roger Sherman. Nathaniel Ames, An Astronomical Diary: or, Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Christselections: AMERICAN 1: National Humanities Center: Charlestown Library Society, The Rules and By-Laws of the Charlestown Library Society, Introduction: IDEAS 4: National Humanities Center: Full text of "Catalogue of the valuable private library of the late M.A.
Stickney, together with other small consignments, including town histories and genealogies, early American almanacs from to To be sold by auction Nov.C.F.
Libbie, auctioneers and appraisers" See other formats. An Astronomical Diary: or, Almanack for the Year of our Lord Christ, By Nathaniel Ames. Boston: John Draper, Richard Draper, Green & Russell, Edes & Gill, and Thomas & John Fleet, . The Farmer’s Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord Salem, Mass.: Printed [by Nathaniel and John Coverly] for, and sold by the booksellers, The Federal Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, Boston: Printed and sold by J.
White and C. Cambridge near Charles River Bridge, The Federal Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, These two aberrant almanacs, like every book published in New England in the period, were printed on a press owned and controlled by Harvard College.
The Harvard authorities must have noticed—and let them go in. And the two almanacs—like al-most every New. made one Voyage to New England to visit my Grandfather Mr Henry. Sewall.
And in the year he went thither again; his rents at New- bury coming to very little when remitted to England. In my father's. absence, Octomy sister Jane Gerrish was born at Badesly. and was baptised by Mr Cox at Bishop Stoke in the house of Mr Boys.
The Official Website of Colonial Williamsburg: Explore the historical shops, homes and gardens of an early American community returned to its 18th-century. Filed under: Church of England -- Book of Common Prayer -- Poetry -- Early works to To a vertuous and judicious lady who (for the exercise of her devotion) built a closet, wherein to secure the most sacred Booke of Common-Prayer, from the view and violence of the enemies thereof, the sectaries and schismatiques of this kingdome.
Sir Ferdinando Gorges, A briefe Relation of the Discovery and Plantation of New England,reprinted in James Phinney Baxter, ed., Sir Ferdinando Gorges and His Province of Maine, 3 vols.(New York, [orig.
publ. ]), I, –; and A Briefe Narration of the Originall Undertakings of the Advancement of Plantations Into the Parts of America,ibid., II, 16–17; Raleigh. The Hudson almanack, for the year of our Lord being the tenth and eleventh of American independence, Calculated for the meridian of the city of Hudson, Hudson [N.Y.]: Printed and sold by Webster and Stoddard,   p.
; 16 cm. (12mo) Stoddard's diary: or, the Columbia almanack, for the year of our Lord. Game of Billiards is mentioned in New England Courant. Benjamin Franklin returns to Philadelphia from England.
A barn fire during a puppet show in the village of Burwell in Cambridgeshire, England kills 78 people, many of whom are children. Severe earthquake in New England. Dionysius Exiguus, surnamed the Little, a Romish monk of the sixth century, a Scythian by birth, and who died a.d.fixed the birth of Christ in the year of Romebut the best authorities are now agreed that was not the year in which the Saviour of mankind was born.Nicholas Prestone, tailor, and John Outlawe, were attached to make answer to John atte Hille, and William, his brother, in a plea of deceit and falsehood; for that the same John Outlawe, at divers times between the Feast of Our Lord’s Nativity, in the 49th year, &c., and the First Sunday in Lent, then next ensuing, came to the said John atte.