2 edition of The Pennsylvania pocket almanack for the year 1766. found in the catalog.
The Pennsylvania pocket almanack for the year 1766.
1765 by Printed and sold by W. Bradford, at the London Coffee-House. in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10129.|
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The coin rating table above, reproduced from The New-York Pocket Almanack for the Year shows how coin-rating worked in practice in the late colonial period.
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Boston: Adams & Nourse, HBS $2, The History of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the Original Institution and Settlement of that Province, Under the First Proprietor and Governor, William Penn, inTill After the Year With an Introduction Respecting the Life of W. Penn, Prior to the Grant of the Province, and the Religious Society of the People Called Quakers, with the First Rise of the Neighbouring Colonies.
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year. It was first and foremost a calendar with the days of the year, times of sunrise and sunset, and phases of the moon. By the eighteenth-century, almanacs came in two basic forms: a broadsheet hung on the wall, or a short volume that could be placed in a pocket or tacked up on a wall.
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