3 edition of An astronomical diary: or, almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1771. found in the catalog.
An astronomical diary: or, almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1771.
|Statement||By Nathaniel Ames. ; [Sixteen lines of verse]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 42055.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
In his writings, Franklin indicates that he was aware of the dangers and offered alternative ways to demonstrate that lightning was electrical, as shown by his use of the concept of electrical ground. As it happens, this is also the very first issue published by the Chronicle. Hartford: re-printed by T. Chaplain in Ordinary, and N.
She was one of the colonial era's first woman printers. The image is the same as one appearing on the Massachusetts Calendar for Franklin published his Gulf Stream chart in in England, where it was completely ignored. The present example is unscathed and contains large generous tapa samples - indeed some 15 of them measure a full or three-quarter page.
To [blank] deputy surveyor. The letter that appears here is the very first Letter in his series. Catherine M'Caulay, both full page. M'Caulay seem to be in Revere's style. Calculated for the meridian of New-London, New England, lat.
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On the title page is a portrait of a dwarf, within the text are two other portraits, one of John Dickinson and one of Mrs. State of Massachusetts-Bay. The material was irresistible to Cook's men who described its manufacture in some detail, a process likewise recorded by the voyage artists Sydney Parkinson and John Webber.
In his later years, he suggested using the technique for pulling ships. In the preliminary peace talks in with Britain, " An exceptional and very rare artefact arising from the three voyages of James Cook in the Pacific, Alexander Shaw's Catalogue has long been regarded as one of the rarest and most desirable of all Pacific voyage books, in which the printed text is slender compared with its large cloth specimens: samples of indigenous tapa cloth collected by Cook's men, at times of first or very early contact with native peoples; Tahiti and the Hawaiian islands are amply represented.
Bacheller of Haverhill. Fascination with Tapa The production of this book reflects the genuine curiosity aroused by tapa, a fascination that drove competition between collectors of 'artificial curiosities' and generated an active market for the sheets brought home by Cook's men.
A grandson, Celadon Leeds Dabollinvented the Daboll trumpet. Or, Some examples of children, in whom the fear of God was remarkably budding before they died; in several parts of New-England. Sowle and re-printed by Cornelia Bradford in Philadelphia, Catherine M'Caulay, who was a popular British historian, sympathetic to the rights of the Americans.
Boston; New-England: : Re-printed by D. Watts's scriptural collection. Even this Franklin could use for contemporary satire, since Cretico, the "sowre Philosopher", is evidently a portrait of Franklin's rival, Samuel Keimer.
According to C. The almanacs include: 1 West, Benjamin. Green, an early almanac publisher in the coloniesasked Daboll to calculate almanac entries. Finding Keith's promises of backing a newspaper empty, Franklin worked as a typesetter in a printer's shop in what is now the Church of St Bartholomew-the-Great in the Smithfield area of London.
Calculated for the meridian of New-London, New England, lat. Would not these pointed Rods probably draw the Electrical Fire silently out of a Cloud before it came nigh enough to strike, and thereby secure us from that most sudden and terrible Mischief!Nathan Daboll (May 5 [O.S.
April 24, ] – 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 atlasbowling.com: May 5 [O.S.
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An astronomical diary, or, Almanack for the year of our Lord Christ (New London, ), p. . Portrait appears as one of three engravings in the almanac.
Although all three are unsigned, two are attributed to Paul Revere as an entry in his day book refers to engraving plates for an Ames almanac. Full text of "An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord " See other formats.