3 edition of The New-England diary: or, Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ 1735. found in the catalog.
The New-England diary: or, Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ 1735.
by Printed by T. Fleet, for the booksellers, and sold at their shops. in Boston in New-England
Written in English
|Statement||By a native of New-England. ; [Seven lines from Milton"s Paradise Lost]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 3755|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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. Boston almanack for the year of our Lord God ; being bissextile or leap-year , whose vulgar notes be calculated for the meridian of Boston in New-England, where the North Pole is elevated 42 gr. 30 min., (Boston, Printed by B. Harris and J. Allen, ), by H. B. and H. B. (page images at HathiTrust).
“D” Entries. Daniel, Book of, Authenticity of.—With the exception of the neo-Platonist Porphyry, a Greek non-Christian philosopher of the third century a. d., the genuineness of the book of Daniel was denied by no one until the rise of the deistic movement in the seventeenth century.—The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, edited by James L. Orr, M. A., D. D., Vol. II, p. , . 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.
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An astronomical diary: or, An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, Calculated for the meridian of Boston in N. Lat. 42 deg. 25 min. north. / by: Ames, Nathaniel, Published: () An astronomical diary, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ College almanack, An astronomical diary; or, An almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, Calculated for the meridian of New-Haven, in Connecticut, lat.
41 deg. 17 min. north. Almanac: the For Congregational Jesus Christ, Year Saviour Lord Our of and and of Our Almanac: Year Saviour Christ, the Lord Congregational For Jesus.
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Draper, [i.e. 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.
).1 "Do go in mothers Room and Look for my Book there's a good girl."2 During a period of at least seven years in the mid eighteenth century, when a new edition of Nathaniel Ames's annual An Astronomical DIARY: or an ALMANACK, for the Year of our Lord Christ appeared, the Reverend Doctor Mather Byles ().
An Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord and Saviour, Calculated for the Meridian of Boston New-England, Lat. XLII, XXV North: George, Daniel: Revolutionary-era Massachusetts almanac $. 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: 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. 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 &. 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, In the Year of our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven. An Act describing the Disqualifications to which Persons shall be subjected, who have been, or may be guilty of Treason, or giving Aid or Support to the present Rebellion, and to whom a Pardon may be extended.
Boston: Adams & Nourse, HBS $2, 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 England almanac firom to —were com. Download Images of Year - Free for commercial use, no attribution required.
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Parker’s ephemeris for the year of our Lord Woodcut portrait on title. T (10 copies). The cœlestial diary: or, an ephemeris. For the year of our blessed Saviour’s incarnation. Publications of The Colonial Society of Massachusetts Volume 63 Seventeenth-Century New England a conference held by The Colonial Society of Massachusetts june 18 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.
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; 16 cm. (12mo) Stoddard's diary: or, the Columbia almanack, for the year of our Lord