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Father Abraham"s pocket almanack, for the year 1771

Father Abraham"s pocket almanack, for the year 1771

fitted to the use of Pennsylvania, and the neighbouring provinces. : Containing, a great variety of useful lists and tables.

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Published by Printed and sold by John Dunlap, at the newest printing-office, in Market-Street, a few doors below Second-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Registers.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 11928.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[36] p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14567520M

    Father Abraham, is basically an unpublished first attempt at the famous "Spotted Horses" story and Snopes saga, sort of an ur- Hamlet. It's described in the Introduction as "Not a fragment, not quite a finished work, Father Abraham is the brilliant beginning of a novel which William Faulkner tried repeatedly to write, for a period of almost a decade and a half, during the earlier part of his Reviews: 2. An almanack of the cœlestiall motions, aspects and eclipses, etc. for the year of our Lord God, MDCXCIV, and of the world, ; being the second after bissextile or leap year, and of the reign of their Majesties William and Mary, King and Queen of Great Brittain, France and Ireland etc. (which began Feb. 13, ,9.) the sixth year.

    Title: Our Father Abraham (Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith) Author: Marvin Wilson Pages: Year: Publisher: Eerdmans My rating: 4 out of 5 stars. In the journey of discovering the Jewish roots of my Christian faith, I have read many books. Some were very helpful and other books /5(54). Franklin published the first Poor Richard's Almanack on Decem , and continued to publish new editions for 25 years, bringing him much economic success and popularity. The almanack sold as many as 10, copies a year.

    Poor Richard's Almanack for For the Year of Christ by Franklin, Benjamin [Applewood Books, ] (Paperback) [Paperback] [Franklin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Poor Richard's Almanack for For the Year of Christ by Franklin, Benjamin [Applewood Books. Very little is told in Chumash of Abraham 's early life. Except for a few hints, here and there, hardly anything is told in the Torah of the father of our nation until he was seventy five years.. Such an important event as Abraham's defiance of Nimrod, the king and leader of all the heathens and idol worshippers of his time, which led to Abraham's being thrown into a burning furnace, is only.


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Father Abraham's pocket almanack, for the year fitted to the use of Pennsylvania, and the neighbouring provinces.: Containing, a great variety of useful lists and tables. Father Abraham's almanack, for the year of our Lord, Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of near five hours west from London.

Father Abraham's almanack, for the year of our Lord Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of near five hours west from London.

Astronomical calculations by David Hale, Printer varies. Some issues published in several printings. Issue for printed in Lancaster, Pa. Title from cover. Title history: Father Abraham's almanack, (on an entire new plan), for the year of our Lord ; Father Abraham's almanack, for the year of our Lord ; Father Abraham's almanac, for the.

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25 n. But will serve the adjacent states without any sensible error. Father Abraham’s Pocket Almanack for the year ; Fitted to the Use of Pennsylvania, and the neighbouring Provinces. Containing a great Variety of useful Lists and Tables. “The British Troops Entered the Town” Rare American Revolution war-date Philadelphia pocket almanac printed in by the celebrated printer John Dunlap.

|a The Philadelphia series of almanacs entitled Father Abraham's, by "Abraham Weatherwise," give David Rittenhouse as their calculator on the title pages of the issues for Subsequent issues do not have this statement, but the entire series through is attributed to Rittenhouse by Evans through extension, without further.

the yearfall the course-blog for Dr. Mazella's ENGL course Within Franklin’s “Poor Richard” persona there is yet another persona named Father Abraham who does preach-like speeches to the people and he constantly references Poor Richard as if all of Father Abraham’s words were justified with Poor Richards words of.

The calendar pages are an abridgment of those in Father Abraham's almanack forpublished by Dunlap. Advertised in the Pennsylvania packet, Philadelphia, Nov.

7, Signature: [A]¹². Father Abraham’s Almanack, For the Year of Our Lord ; Fitted to the Latitude of Forty Degrees, and a Meridian of near five Hours West from London. Price: $ Father Abraham’s Pocket Almanack for the year ; Fitted to the Use of Pennsylvania, and the neighbouring Provinces.

Containing a great Variety of useful Lists and Tables. Rare American Revolution war-date Philadelphia pocket almanac printed in by the celebrated printer John Dunlap.

Franklin successfully uses multiple pseudonyms, Poor Richard and Father Abraham as tools of persuasion by showing the development of Richard Saunders from poverty to wealth.

Darby, Barbara. “The More Things Change The Rules And Late Eighteenth-Century Conduct Books for Women.” Women’s Studies (): Literary Reference Center. ALMANACKS. 1 AiiEBicAs Almanack. Series from to in- elasive ; cleau and perfect.

22 2 National Almanack, and *4 ; OTie bonnd in cloth. Succeeded American. Octavo. 2 8 Duplicatea American Almanack,'54, '56, and ' 4 4 Ameb' Almanack from toinclusive of both dates, but wanting one year — The Pennsylvania pocket almanack for the year [electronic resource]: Calculated for the use of th Father Abraham's almanack, (on an entire new plan) for the year of our Lord, [electronic resource The Virginia almanack for the year of our Lord, [electronic resource] / By.

Nathan Daboll (May 5 [O.S. Ap ] – March 9, ) was an American teacher who wrote the mathematics textbook most commonly used in American schools in the first half of the 19th century.

During the course of his career, he also operated a popular navigation school for merchant mariners, and published a variety of almanacs during the American Revolution period.

The Way to Wealth is an essay written by Benjamin Franklin in It is a collection of adages and advice presented in Poor Richard's Almanac during its first 25 years of publication, organized into a speech given by "Father Abraham" to a group of people.

Many of the phrases Father Abraham quotes continue to be familiar today. The New-York pocket almanack, for the year being bissexte or leap-year. And the 12th year of His Majesty's reign, after the 25th of October, Calculated for the use of the province of New-York, and the neighbouring provinces.

/ by Thomas Moore, philo.A Pocket Almanack for Philadelphia. Printed and sold by B. Franklin and D. Hall. ' Ames's Ahnanack for Portsmouth. The first book printed in New Hampshire as the inset on the last page shows. Daniel Fowle, the first printer in New Hampshire, was driven from Boston by the persecution of the government.

John Tobler's Ahnanack for "The Way to Wealth" is an essay first published in as a preface to Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanack. The essay begins with Franklin's fictitious Father Abraham being asked to talk about taxes by a crowd waiting for an auction to start.

Father Abraham, who quotes Poor Richard, lectures the consumers on topics ranging from the perils of Reviews: