2 edition of The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, 1740. found in the catalog.
The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, 1740.
by Printed and sold by the Widow Franklin, at the town school-house. in Newport [R.I.]
Written in English
|Statement||By Poor Robin ; [Six lines of verse]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 4416|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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a year. She also sold many popular titles and Bibles in her shop. She was active in the printing business from through ; she died in MARY WILKINSON CROUCH (O) Born in Rhode Island in , Mary Wilkinson married Charles Crouch in Charles had apprenticed in Peter Timothy's shop in. James Franklin published the Rhode-Island Almanack in His brother Benjamin Franklin published his Poor Richard's Almanack from Benjamin Banneker () was a free African American who published a series of successful almanacs from
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The Massachusetts, The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, Newhampshire, Rhode-Island, and Vermond Almanack, For the Year of Our Lord, Being first after., or Leap Year, and the 17th of the Independence of America - Calculated for the latitude of Boston, but will serve for either of the Adjacent States.
The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, Fitted to the meridian of Newport, on Rhode-Island, whose latitude north is 41 gr. 30 m. longitude from London, 72 grs. But may without sensible error, serve from New Found-land to South Carolina. Tides excepted.
Get this from a library. The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, Fitted to the meridian of Newport, on Rhode-Island, whose latitude north is 41 gr.
30 m. longitude from London, 72 grs. But may without sensible error, serve from New Found-land to South Carolina. Tides excepted. Ann Smith Franklin (October 2, – Ap ) was an American colonial newspaper printer and publisher.
She inherited the business from her husband, James Franklin, brother of Benjamin Franklin. She published the Mintunt, printed an almanac series. She was the country’s first female newspaper editor, the first woman to write an almanac, and the first woman Born: Ann Smith, October 2,Boston, Province.
THE RHODE-ISLAND ALMANACK, FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD CHRIST, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Bay Psalm Book, as it is known, is essentially sacred text to 1740.
book 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 English and casting the text into verse for singing.
The Rhode-Island Almanack, For the Year of our Lord Christ,(4 separate almanacs sold together). Pamphlet – January 1, Author: Isaac BICKERSTAFF. Other articles where The Rhode Island Almanac is discussed: almanac: Benjamin Franklin’s brother James printed The Rhode Island Almanac inand Benjamin Franklin (under the nom de plume of Richard Saunders) began his Poor Richard’s almanacs, the most famous of American almanacs, in Philadelphia in Poor Richard’s, enlivened by Franklin’s shrewd wit and.
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The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, Fitted to the meridian of Newport, on Rhode-Island, whose latitude north is 41 gr.
30 m. longitude from London, 72 grs. But may without sensible error, serve from New Found-land to South Carolina. Tides excepted. Newport [R.I.]: Printed and sold by the Widow Franklin, at the town : Ann Smith, October 2. An Astronomical Diary, Or, an Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Christ, Calculated for the Meridian of Boston in New-England, Lat.
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The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, Fitted to the meridian of Newport, on Rhode-Island, whose latitude north is 41 gr. 30 m. longitude from London, 72 grs. But may without sensible error, serve from New Found-land to South Carolina. Tides excepted. Newport [R.I.]: Printed and sold by the Widow Franklin, at the town school-house.
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