2 edition of The Rhode-Island almanack, for the year, 1732. found in the catalog.
The Rhode-Island almanack, for the year, 1732.
by Printed and sold by James Franklin, at his printing-house under the town school-house. in Newport [R.I.]
Written in English
|Statement||By Poor Robin. [Four lines of verse]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 3472|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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From the midth century, the religious tolerance in Newport attracted numbers of Quakers, known as the Society of Friends; the Great Friends Meeting House in Newport is the oldest existing structure of worship in Rhode Island. In , James Franklin printed the Rhode-Island Almanack in Newport. In , he published the Rhode Island Gazette. Poor Richard’s Almanack, which Benjamin Franklin began publishing on Decem , and went on to publish for 25 years, was created for the purpose of promoting his printing business. And get this: He did such a great job at creating needed, valuable, and entertaining content for his audience that the content marketing itself became.
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Almanac, book or table containing a calendar of the days, weeks, and months of the year; a record of various astronomical phenomena, often with climate information and seasonal suggestions for farmers; and miscellaneous other data.
An almanac provides data on the rising and setting times of the Sun and Moon, The Rhode-Island almanack phases of the Moon, the positions of the planets.
Nathaniel Ames of Dedham, Massachusetts, issued his popular Astronomical Diary and Almanack in and annually after c James Franklin published The Rhode Island Almanack by "Poor Robin" for each year from to James' brother, Benjamin Franklin, published his annual Poor Richard's Almanack in Philadelphia from to Get this from a library.
The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, Fitted to the meridian of Newport, on Rhode-Island, whose latitude north is 41 gr. 30 m. longitude from London, 72 grs. Business success. Franklin’s greatest business accomplishment came from the publication of Poor Richard’s Almanack.
On Decem Franklin published his first almanac under the pseudonym of Richard Saunders. The almanac was published for the year of and was published once a year for the next 25 years. Newport is a seaside city on Aquidneck Island. It is located in Narragansett Bay approximately 33 miles (53 km) southeast of For the year, Rhode Island, 20 miles (32 km) south of Fall River, Massachusetts, 74 miles ( km) south of Boston, and miles ( km) northeast of New York is known as a New England summer resort and is famous for its historic mansions County: Newport.
James Franklin (February 4, in Boston – February 4, in Newport, Rhode Island) was an American colonial author, printer, newspaper publisher, and almanac publisher.
James published the New England Courant, one of the oldest. Get this from a library. The Rhode-Island almanack, for The Rhode-Island almanack year, Fitted to the meridian of Newport, on Rhode-Island, whose latitude north is 41 gr.
30 m. longitude from London, 72 grs. The Rhode-Island almanack for the year, [electronic resource]: Fitted to the meridian of Newport, on Rhode-Island, whose latitude north is 41 gr. 30 m. longitude from London, 72 grs. but may without sensible error, serve from New Found-land to South Carolina.
Tides excepted. / By Joseph Stafford. Buy Jesus For Year Of online. high quality at wholesale prices. Save on Jesus For Year Of. all qualified orders over $ gets free shipping. Ann Smith Franklin (October 2, – Ap ) was an American colonial newspaper printer and publisher. She inherited the business from her husband, James Franklin, brother of Benjamin Franklin.
She published the Mintunt, printed an almanac series. She was the country’s first female newspaper editor, the first woman to write an almanac, and the first woman.
Edition of Poor Richard's Almanack. Poor Richard's Almanack (sometimes Almanac) was a yearly almanac published by Benjamin Franklin, who adopted the pseudonym of "Poor Richard" or "Richard Saunders" for this purpose. The publication appeared continually from to It sold exceptionally well for a pamphlet published in the Thirteen Colonies; print runs reached.
Full text of "Rhode Island imprints, a list of books, pamphlets, newspapers and broadsides printed at Newport, Providence, Warren, Rhode Island, between and " See other formats.
Nathaniel Ames of Dedham, Massachusetts, issued his popular Astronomical Diary and Almanack in and annually after c  James Franklin published The Rhode Island Almanack by "Poor Robin" for each year from to  James' brother, Benjamin Franklin, published his annual Poor Richard's Almanack in Philadelphia from to.
An almanac (also spelled almanack and almanach) is an annual publication listing a set of events forthcoming in the next year. It includes information like weather forecasts, farmers' planting dates, tide tables, and other tabular data often arranged according to the calendar.
Celestial figures and various statistics are found in almanacs, such as the rising and setting times of the. The New-England courant. Boston: J. Franklin. OCLC ; the Rhode-Island gazette. Newport, R.
I.: James Franklin. OCLC Almanacs; the Rhode-Island almanack. For the year, Being bissextile, or leap-year. Fitted, exact- calculated to the meridian of Newport on Rhode-Island, but may without sensible error, serve all parts of New Born: February 4,Boston, Province of.
Franklin published the first Poor Richard's Almanack on Decemand 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. Inupon the death of Franklin's brother, James, Franklin sent copies of Poor Richard's to his widow for free, so that she could.
The Rhode-Island almanack, for the year of our Lord The Library of Congress copy of the Bay Psalm Book and David M. Rubenstein’s copy, on loan to the Library for this exhibition, were at originally part of the historic Old South Church library in Boston.
These two copies of the text are together for. 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. Poor Robin's Almanack for Newport. The first Rhode Island almanac was printed inby the first Rhode-Island printer, James Franklin, brother of Benjamin.
It is believed that the latter took his idea of Poor Richard from this. Poor Robin was the name of the first comic almanac in England. Poor Richard for Philadelphia. Nehemiah Strong, 7 books Daniel Leeds, 4 books Lawrence W.
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