2 edition of Bickerstaff"s New-England almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1779. ... found in the catalog.
Bickerstaff"s New-England almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1779. ...
by Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by J. Trumbull, near the meeting-house. in Norwich [Conn.]
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16167|
|Contributions||West, Benjamin, 1730-1813|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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[American Revolution Battle Plan.] [Plan appearing in:] Bickerstaff’s Boston Almanack, for the year of our Redemption, Boston. Printed and sold by Draper and Folsom, and John Mycall of Newbury. Bickerstaff's New-England almanack, for the year of our Lord, Referred to the horrizon [sic] of 41 degrees, 35 minutes, north latitude, and a meridian of 4 hours, 30 minutes west from the Royal Observatory at Greenwich ; fitting Connecticut, Rhode-Island.
Norwich: Printed by J. Trumbull, for Samuel Loudon, Fish-Kill, 22 pp. 20th-century three-quarter blue morocco and marbled boards. 20th-century bookplate on front pastedown. Some toning, staining, and soiling to text.
Good. Lacking final leaf. Item #WRCAM An interesting example of job printing done in the midst of the American Revolution by Trumbull for Samuel Loudon in Fishkill. Bickerstaff's New-England almanack, for the year of our Lord, Referred to the horizon of 41 degrees, 35 minutes, north-latitude, and a meridian of 4 hours, 30 minutes west, from the Royal Observatory at Greenwich ; fitting Connecticut, Rhode-Island.
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