|Statement||By Richard Saunders, philom.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16067.|
|Contributions||Saunders, Richard., Rittenhouse, David, 1732-1796.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
The Way to Wealth. Preface to Poor Richard Improved, Printed in connection with the celebration of Printing Week in New York, , commemorating the Birthday of in, Printer. Mit 4 Holzstichen. by Morris, Charles V. - and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at POOR RICHARD IMPROVED: BEING AN ALMANACK AND EPHEMERIS OF THE MOTIONS OF THE SUN AND MOON FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD by Saunders, Richard [pseud]. Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by Hall and Sellers, pp. including one in-text woodcut illustration. 12mo. Printed self-wrappers, stitched. Faint contemporary ink signature in . “This is the first Poor Richard almanac to contain the woodcuts showing the occupations of the months,” Cf. Hamilton. Sinclair Hamilton Collection Hamilton Benjamin Franklin (), Poor Richard improved; being an almanack and ephemeris for the year of our Lord by Richard Saunders, philom. Benjamin Franklin's Most Important Articulation of the Constitutional Basis of the American Revolution by Franklin, Benjamin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
The Agricultural Almanack for the year of our Lord Philadelphia, Solomon W. Conrad. The Farmer's New Poor Richard Almanac for Chicago, Ben Franklin Publishing Company. Hutchins Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris By John Nathan Hutchins. New York, Ming (or Ming & Young). , , , , This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Hutchin's Improved: Being an Almanack. for the Year of our Lord 17 ALMANAC. Hutchin's Improved: Being an Almanack. for the Year of our Lord By John Nathan Hutchins. New York: Hugh Gaine 36 p. Stitched as issued. Dampstain on last several leaves else very good. Evans ; Drake ; ESTC W unknown books. The Almanac Collection includes paper copies of o almanacs, dating from to the present, including several editions of two of the best known American almanacs: the Old Farmer's Almanack and Poor Richard's Almanac.
Franklin, Benjamin, Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris of the motions of the sun and moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the rising and setting of the sun, and the rising, setting and southing of the moon, for the year of our Lord being the second after leap-year. Poor Richard's Almanack The images on this page are from Poor Richard’s Almanack An almanac was one of the most important publications in colonial America, and nearly every household owned a copy. It provided people with valuable information as well as entertainment. Poor Richard Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris of the Motions of the Sun and Moon For the Year of our Lord Philadelphia: B. Franklin and D. Hall, . 12mo. pp. Woodcut zodiac man and monthly panels. Expertly bound to style in 19th century dark green morocco, spine gilt with raised bands, marbled endpapers. Hutchin's Improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of our Lord, By John Nathan Hutchins. New York: Hugh Gaine, .  p. Stitched as issued. Minor gnawing in bottom margin of first few leaves, costing several letters, else a remarkably nice, clean copy. $ One of the great Revolutionary War almanacs.