The New-Jersey almanack, for the year of Ccristian [sic] account 1747.

... With a meridian of five hours w. from London, and calculated for the meridian of Trenton, where the Pole Artic is elevated above the horizon 40 deg. 20 min. but may without much error serve all the adjacent places from Newfoundland to South Carolina.
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Printed and sold by W. Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible in Second-Street. , Philadelphia
StatementBy William Ball, philomath ...
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 5736.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[36] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15472633M

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Poor Richard, An almanack for the year of Christ Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of five hours west from London, but may without sensible error, serve all the adjacent places, even from Newfoundland to South-Carolina.

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Philadelphia: Printed and sold by B. Franklin. MLA Citation. Poor Richard, An almanack for the year of Christ Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of five hours west from London, but may without sensible error, serve all the adjacent places, even from Newfoundland to South-Carolina.

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/ Published: (). Online Book: Language: English: Published: Comments; Similar Items; Staff View; Similar Items. Poor Will's almanack, for the year of Christian account, Referred to the vertex of the city of Calculated from Carline [sic] tables, according to art, and referred to the vertex of the city of Philadelphia, but may without sensible.