4 edition of The New-England almanack, and gentlemen & ladies diary, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1792 found in the catalog.
For attribution of the Freebetter series to Daboll, see: Bates, A.C. Checklist of Connecticut almanacs, 1709-1850. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society n.s. 24 (1914): 125-129.Advertised in the Connecticut gazette, New London, Oct. 13, 1791.Relief cut of an eclipse, p. , is the only illustration.Evans 23305Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut, 239Johnson, H.A. New London, 1228Drake, M. Almanacs, 487Digital image available in the Readex/Newsbank Digital Evans series.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 23305).
|Statement||Printed and sold by T. Green & Son.|
|Publishers||Printed and sold by T. Green & Son.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
|2||Early American imprints -- no. 23305.|
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The Newtonian Reflector: or New-England Almanac. The Old American Comic Almanac. Isaiah Thomas Junr's Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Vermont Almanac.
They did not need to post their own extensive advertisements to convince buyers of the benefits of acquiring this particular almanac but could instead advise customers that they carried the New England Almanack. Providence Gazette December 22, 1770. The North-American's Almanack, and Gentlemen and Ladies Diary for the year of our Lord Christ 1775. New York: American Track Society, 1844. Sometimes they also featured excerpts taken from one of those features.
Pittsburgh: Hostetter and Smith, 1879.
Ayer's American Almanac for the use of Farmers, Planers, Mechanics, Mariners, and All Families. What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? " Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society n. Its placement may have been intended to leave an impression on readers who perused the Providence Gazette from start to finish, but it also suggests that Carter inserted the advertisement only after allocating space for news items and advertisements placed and paid for by other colonists.
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] : Printed and sold by T. This made room for other content, especially paid notices that accounted for an important source of revenue for any newspaper printer. Low's Almanack and Agricultural Kalendar. Providence Gazette September 17, 1768. Still, they did not resort to it often. Fitted to the meridian of New-London, lat. Business ledgers from eighteenth-century printing offices include records of apprentices hanging posters.
A week earlier he launched his advertising campaign with a , but he did not continue to give over as much space in subsequent issues of his newspaper.