2 edition of Calculations for an almanac for the year of our Lord 1856 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Samuel H. Wright|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
The South Carolina and Georgia almanac for the year of our Lord being the first after leap year, and (till the 4th of July) the seventeenth of American independence: containing the rising and setting of the sun, the moon's full, change and quarters, moon's age, aspects, eclipses, &c., &c. &c. / . Until , the year this almanac was printed, Sheldon Potter, the publisher, was associated with his brother the printer Paraclete Potter in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. The title page of the present almanac is identical with that of the almanac for published by Paraclete at Poughkeepsie, except that the imprint and the statement of meridian have.
Farmers' Almanac for the year of our Lord (Farmers' Almanac, Vol. ) [Harry Buie, Ray Geiger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Farmers' Almanac for the year of our Lord (Farmers' Almanac, Vol. )Manufacturer: Almanac Publishing Co. How the Almanac Got Off to a Good Start. Under the guiding hand of its first editor, Robert B. Thomas, the premiere issue of The Old Farmer’s Almanac was published in during George Washington’s first term as gh many other almanacs were being published at that time, Thomas’s upstart almanac became an immediate success.
The Farmer's almanac, calculated for Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Kentucky, for the year of our Lord, Being the fifth after bissextile or leap year; and the 26th of American independence, after the 4th of July. The South-Carolina & Georgia almanac, for the year of our Lord, being the first after leap year, and the thirteenth year of American independence.: Containing lunations, eclipses, rising and setting of the sun, transit of Mercury over the sun's disk, aspects, judgement of the weather, &c.
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Calculations for an almanac for the year of our Lord being bissextile, and (until the 4th of July,) the 80th year of American independence, adapted to the horizon and meridian of Pages: Get this from a library. Kimber, Conrad, & Co.'s almanac for the year of our Lord being the second year after leap year: astronomical calculations.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Calculated by Enoch Lewis. The calculations on the calendar pages are identical with those in the Philadelphia almanac forby Lewis, except that there are fewer of them, with those for the sun adjusted slightly for the difference in meridian. The Temperance Almanac for the Year of Our Lord ;: Calculated Generally for All Parts of the United States and Canada; Containing, Besides the Usual Astronomical Calculations, Many Valuable Suggestions and Important Statements on the Subject of Temperance.
An Astronomical Diary, Or, An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Christ, by COLONIAL ALMANAC]. Ames, Nathanael and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Belfast Almanack, (Improved, and Enlarged) for the Year of Our Lord ; Adapted to New Stile: Being the First After Bissextile, or Leap-Year, an.
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The Farmer's almanac, for the year of our Lord [electronic resource] / Calculated for the meridians of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. By Father Abraham ; Astronomical calculations by John Sharp. The New Brunswick almanac and register for the year of Our Lord [microform]: being bissextile or leap year containing ecclesiastical and provincial departments : the astronomical calculations have been prepared expressly for this almanac by Mills, Alfred.
The Farmer's almanack, calculated on a new and improved plan for the year of our Lord fitted to the town of Boston, but will answer for the adjoining States: containing, beside the large number of astronomical calculations and the farmer's calendar for every month in the year, as great a variety as any other almanack of new, useful and entertaining matter / Published: ().
The contents of the two issues following the calendar pages are in part different and in part reset. Calculated by Joshua Sharp. The calculations and astronomical notes on the calendar pages, together with the eclipse predictions, are identical with those in Johnson & Warner's almanac for (Philadelphia), by Sharp, except that the Columbian.
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The Mirror, or, Carolina and Georgia almanac, for the year of our Lord, [microform] / the astronomical calculations by William North Printed and sold by Crow and Query Charleston [S.C.] Australian/Harvard Citation.
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The Confederate States almanac for the year of our Lord being the second after bissextile, or leap year, the eighty-sixth of American independence, and the second of the Confederate States: calculations made at the University of Alabama ed.
by Summers, T. O. (Thomas Osmond) Hutchins' revived almanac, for the year of our Lord, [electronic resource] Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, and Greenwich-Street.Read the digitized book:The New-Brunswick almanack for the year of Our Lord [microform]: being bessextile [sic] or leap year and the fifth of the reign of His Most Gracious Majesty William IV, compiled for the meridian of Saint John containing the usual astronomical calculations, list of provincial officers and a description of the light houses.