2 edition of The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord 1779. found in the catalog.
The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord 1779.
|Statement||By Timothy Trueman, philom.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16095.|
|Contributions||Tobler, John, 1696-1765., Trueman, Timothy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
The year marked the th anniversary of the first American crisis. America's First Crisis. General George Washington and the Continental Army spent almost half the American Revolution in this small state. From to , New Jersey was home to a series . An Astronomical Diary; or, Almanack for the Year of our Lord Christ By Nathaniel Ames. Boston: By the printers and booksellers, .  p. Stitched. Usual toning and soiling, blank corner torn from title leaf without loss. $ Evans ; Drake (ALMANAC). The Farmer's Almanack for the Year of our Lord,
New Jersey's Militia Act of May permitted masters to enlist slaves as substitutes. New Hampshire opened the door to the recruitment of slaves to fill the state's Continental quota in the fall of that year, and Connecticut soon followed suit. In October an all black unit, the 2nd Company, 4th Connecticut Regiment, was formed. That. Calendar of New Jersey wills, administrations, etc Volume 5 [New Jersey Historical Society,.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Calendar of New Jersey wills, administrations, etc Volume 5Author. New Jersey Historical Society.
New Jersey. Adjutant-General's Office. Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War. Trenton, NJ, Wm. T. Nicholson & Co., Printers "Printed by authority of the Legislature." William S. Stryker, Adjutant General. GIVEN under my Hand, and the Great Seal of the said Province, at Philadelphia, the Second Day of January, in the Fourth Year of His Majesty’s Reign, and in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-four. JOHN PENN.” By His Honour’s Command, JOSEPH SHIPPEN, jun. Secretary. GOD Save the KING.
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The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of near five hours west from London ; but may, without sensible error, serve all. Add tags for "The New-Jersey almanack for the year of our Lord Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of near five hours west from London ; but may, without sensible error, serve all the northern states.
Be the first. The New Jersey Journal is the name of a newspaper established by Shepard Kollock in Chatham, New Jersey in while it was a village in the state of New Jersey, which had declared its independence in from the British colony named, the Province of New newspaper continued to be published throughout the American Revolutionary War and into the founding of the United States, its.
Shepard Kollock, Jr. (September – J ) was an editor and printer, who was active in colonial New Jersey during the period of the American Revolutionary also held various government positions in the newly founded state of New Jersey during the early s.
The New Jersey Journal, which became the third newspaper published in New Jersey, was established by Kollock at. New-Jersey: the Burlington almanack, for the year of our Lord, being bissextile or leap the Burlington almanack for the year of our Lord being the second after leap Author: Trueman, Timothy, Book 7, Microfilm Manuscript Serial Electronic Journal more Photo 81 Newspaper FATHER ABRAHAM'S ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ; Being the Third after Leap-Year containing The Motions of the Sun and Moon the true Places and Aspects of the Planets; the Rising and setting of the Sun, And the Rising, Setting and Southing.
Attributed to Henry Dawkins, “Astronomer.” Frontispiece for Abraham Weatherwise (), Father Abraham’s Almanack, (on an entire new plan) For the year of our Lord, (Philadelphia: Printed and sold by W. Dunlap, ). Graphic Arts Collection (GAX) Hamilton Banneker's New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia almanac, or ephemeris, for the year of our Lord ; being the third after leap-year.
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- James Parker, a former printing apprentice to Benjamin Franklin who with Franklin's financial support had established a successful printing business in Manhattan, returns to New Jersey to set up a printing business in Woodbridge.
He soon becomes the official printer for the colony, printing its currency, legal notices and legislation, as well as being appointed the comptroller of the.
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The Agricultural Almanack for the year of our Lord Philadelphia, Solomon W. Conrad. The Christian Almanac for New-York, Connecticut, New-Jersey, and Pennsylvanial. New York, American Tract Society. Ford Home Almanac and Facts Book for. Attributed to Henry Dawkins, “Astronomer.” Frontispiece for Abraham Weatherwise (), Father Abraham’s Almanack, (on an entire new plan) For the year of our Lord, (Philadelphia: Printed and sold by W.
Dunlap, ). Graphic Arts Collection (GAX) Hamilton American Antiquarian Society's Almanac Collection - [Description of the original engraving:] Woodcut in lead featuring a bust portrait of George Washington () inset in a medallion on an interior page of Weatherwise’s Town and Country Almanack for the Year of our Lord Cut is labeled “His Excellency George Washington, Esq: Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States.
THE FIRST TRENTON ALMANAC: THE NEW-JERSEY ALMANACK for the Year of our Lord By Timothy Trueman. Trenton: Isaac Collins, .  p. Illus. Stitched. The outside of the first and last leaf quite soiled, and each becoming detached, else clean and complete. $ BARNES'S NEW BRUNSWICK ALMANACK For the Year of Our Lord Being the Second Year After Leap Year and The Forty-Fifth Year of the Reign of Queen Victoria containing General Intelligence, Statistical Information, &c.
Saint John, N.B. Barnes and. THE UNIVERSAL ALMANAC, FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD CALCULATED FOR THE TOWN OF BOSTON, BUT WILL SERVE FOR THE NEIGHBOURING STATES. by Abraham Weatherwise. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Oxford Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God MDCCLV Ma ; G.
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; columns 1 and 2 on p. 1, columns 1 and 2 on p.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, Founding of the United States William Reese Company - Americana.
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