by Printed [by John Foster] for, and sold by Henry Phillips in the west end of the exchange in Boston. in [Boston] .
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 284.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
An Almanack of the Cœlestial Motions for this Present Year of the Christian Æra / Being (in our Account) Bissextile, or Leap-year, and from the Creation (according to XXest Computation) Samuel Green, ~fine/Observatory/ An almanack of cœlestial motions for the year of the Christian æpocha, being in our account first after leap-year; and from the creation, Calculated for the meridian of Boston in New-England, where the Artick Pole is elevated 42 degrees and 30 minutes. by: Foster, John. Published: () An Almanack of Coelestial Motions for the Year of the Christian Aera Cambridge: Printed by Samuel Green. Cambridge: Printed by Samuel Green. This almanac, the last printed by the Cambridge Press, was prepared by John Foster of the Harvard Class of , a multitalented individual who was responsible for a number of "firsts" in An almanack of coelestial motions viz. of the sun and planets, with some of their principal aspects, for the year of the Christian aera being (in our account) third after leap year, and from the creation calculated for the longitude of gr. and gr. m. North
The year book, of daily recreation and information: (London: W. Tegg, ), by William Hone (page images at HathiTrust) The Companion to the almanac; or year-book of general information. (London.) (page images at HathiTrust) Vox stellarum; or, A loyal almanac for the year of human redemption A pocket book by Seller, John, fl. [London]: And are sold by him at the Hermitage in Wapping and at his shoop in Popes head Alley in Cornhill London, - Bib Name / Number:Wing / S Variant Copy from: Bodleian Library. The doctrine of the sphere by Flamsteed, John, Daniel, for London meridian an almanack for the year of Christ, by Daniel, Humphry. London: Printed by Gartrude Dawson for the Company of Stationers, Bib Name / Number:Wing / A Copy from: Bodleian Library. The book of palmestry and physiognomy by Indagine, Johannes ab, d. , A yea and nay almanack for the people call'd by the men of the world Quakers: containing many needfull and necessary observations from the first day of the first month, till the last day of the twelfth month, being the bissextile or leaping year: calculated properly for the meridian of the Bull and Mouth within Aldersgate, and may ?link=internal&size=wide.
The mariner's everlasting almanack wherein is set down diverse motions of the moon, with rules and tables for finding her age every day, and when she cometh to the meridian, also the time of her true rising and setting, fully examplified and proved, together with everlasting tyde-tables, containing the true ebbings and flowings throughout the ?type=lcsubc&key=Astrology -- Early. Mather stated that was the worst year ever for the wheat blast in Connecticut, noting that hundreds of acres did not yield enough to feed one family. Mather, “Diaries,” 3 See Philip J. Greven, Jr.,Four Generations: Population, Land, and Family in Colonial Andover, Massachusetts (Ithaca, ), especially – In speaking of the probable connection between familial change and change in attitude toward religion, Greven writes (), “The probability of such a connection is suggested by the fact that many of the people who left Andover moved to towns in Volume Sibley’s Heir. Illustrations; Foreword; frederick s. allis, jr. philip chadwick foster smith; Clifford Kenyon Shipton, –; harley p. holden