by Published annually by Peter Cottom, and for sale at his bookstores in Richmond and Lynchburg in Richmond [Va.] .
Written in English
|Statement||by David Richardson.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 51480.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
The year was known as ‘The Year Without a Summer’ in New England because six inches of snow fell in June and every month of the year had a hard frost. Temperatures dropped to as low as 40 degrees in July and August as far south as Connecticut. People also called it . The colonial churches of Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina: Their interiors and worship [Perdue Davis, Vernon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The colonial churches of Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina: Their interiors and worship5/5(1). The Colonial Clergy of Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina Frederick Lewis Weis Genealogical Publishing Com, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. Barnes's New Brunswick almanack, for the year of Our Lord [microform]: being the second year after leap year, and the forty-fifth year of the reign of Queen Victoria: containing general intelligence, statistical information, &cPages:
Comment: Privately Published; Boston, Hardcover. Very Good, red cloth binding with gilt lettering on front board and spine, binding solid and sturdy, mild sunning to pages, some scattered foxing to top text block edge, few soiled spots to fore-edge and front free endpaper, fading to spine, some shelf wear/rub marks bottom board and spine edges, previous owner name in ink Author: Frederick Lewis; Frontispiece [Illustrator] Weis. Bickerstaff's almanack, for the year of our Lord, Calculated for the meridian of Norwich, but will serve without any essential variation for the states of Connecticut, Rhode Island, New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Full text of "Turner's North Carolina almanac: for the year of our Lord " See other formats. |a Except for the title page, the almanac is identical throughout in contents and typography with: The New York farmer's almanac for the year of our Lord (Shaw & Shoemaker ), by David Young, also printed by Baldwin. Young's astronomical calculations are advertised on .
Samuel Danforth's Almanack Poems and Chronological Tables Samuel Danforth of the earliest examples of “secular” poetry published in New England. Danforth (–) was a fellow of Harvard College and an astronomer An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord [March] A Coal-white Bird appeares this spring. Records of the Moravians in North Carolina Fries Vol. 1 This could take a while. • • • I discovered the Records of the Moravians a few years back, while researching a couple of oddball topics — passenger pigeons and the deerskin trade in colonial North Carolina. I have a strange affinity for really old books about really old. Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England, from Its First Planting, in the Year , Unto the Year of Our Lord , Volume 2 Cotton Mather S. Andrus & son, - New England. They emigrated from Virginia, Mecklinburg county, to North Carolina, about the year , and from there to this county about Edward Beville, Sen., was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and drew a pension at the time of his death; he was a great lover of liberty, and often spoke of the prosperity of his country.