2 edition of An astronomical diary, or, almanack for the year of our Lord Christ 1769 found in the catalog.
Advertised in the Boston weekly news-letter (R. Draper), Nov. 3, 1768, the Boston gazette (Edes & Gill), Oct. 31, and the Boston evening post (T. & J. Fleet), Nov. 3, as now in the press, and shortly will be published, and sold by the printers and booksellers in town, and traders in the country. Advertised for sale in the Evening post and the Boston gazette, Nov. 14, and in the Massachusetts gazette (Drapers edition), Nov. 17. One of the pirated editions of Ames issued by this group of printers, and made up to resemble William McAlpines legitimate edition, but typographically distinguishable from it. Evans takes the printer to be McAlpine, evidently through extrapolation from the McAlpine editions of this and other years.Signatures: [A]⁴ B-C⁴.Iron cutters and paper makers advertisements, p. Evans 10817.Drake, M.Almanacs, 3172.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 10817)
|Statement||Printed and sold by the printers and booksellers [i.e., Richard Draper, Edes & Gill, and T. & J. Fleet], at 2s. & 8d. per dozen, & six coppers single.|
|Publishers||Printed and sold by the printers and booksellers [i.e., Richard Draper, Edes & Gill, and T. & J. Fleet], at 2s. & 8d. per dozen, & six coppers single.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|2||Early American imprints -- no. 10817.|
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Iron cutter's and paper maker's advertisements, p. ] Bowen, Thomas, one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Bristol.
Silliman was the son of Gold Selleck Silliman 1732-1790a Yale University attorney and militia General during the Revolution. Not in OCLC and otherwise unlocated bibliographically. Catalogue Persistent Identifier APA Citation Ames, Nathaniel. 216; original muslin-backed green paper-covered boards, printed paper label on spine; some fraying along the spine, pages 5-8 in photostat facsimile; flaws aside, a good, sound copy. : publisher not identified, 1828.
Born in Providence, he graduated from Brown University in 1841 and, in 1845, the law department of Harvard University, gaining admission to the bar that year.
The journal lasted but six issues, the last being published in April 1815. " In it he says "I much approve of your determination to try your fortune on the sea; would advise you to enter on board a Privateer rather than a letter of marque, as in the former you rescue only yourself, in the latter you may be taken and of course must lose your effects.
Newport: printed by Solomon Southwick, , pp. Providence: printed … by John Carter, , pp. Armington is diligent in recording the weather - nearly every day for this ten-plus year journal he recounts wind direction, makes comments on the temperature, records snow, rain, ice, and mud.
NO changes have been made to the original text.
Half of front wrap remains, plus 22 leaves.
An Astronomical Diary, or Almanack, for the Year of our Lord and Saviour 1821.
Providence: Printed and sold by Bennett Wheeler, , pp.