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An astronomical diary, or almanack, for the year of Christian aera, 1792

An astronomical diary, or almanack, for the year of Christian aera, 1792

... Calculated for the meridian of Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, lat. 43 deg. 5 min. n. But will serve for any of the New-England states ...

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Published by Printed and sold (wholesale and retail, cheap) by John Melcher, at his office in Market-Street: sold also by most of the shopkeepers in town and country. in Portsmouth: New-Hampshire .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Daniel Sewall. ; [Nine lines of verse]
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 23759.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[24] p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18462507M

The United States register: for the year. An astronomical diary, or, An almanack, for the year of our Lord : calculated for the meridian of Boston / by Osgood Carleton. Phillips's United States diary, or, An almanack, for the year of our Lord : fitted to the latitude and long. of the State of Rhode-Island. A tradition of almanacs published for the purposes of North America began in New England in the 17th century. A New World's dwelling would seldom be found without the latest print of North American almanac and The Pilgrim's Progress.. The earliest almanac published for New England appeared in Cambridge, Massachusetts as early as , by William Pierce. It was the second work printed in the.

An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord Christ, Being Bissextile, or Leap Year; And the Fourth of American Independence. Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, New-England: Lat. 42 Deg. The diary is an easy way to record specific imaging information for later reference. And for the third edition, we've reorganized the logging pages to provide more room for observations. Attractive, rugged and self-contained, the Astronomical Observers Diary is available in a compact 7" x 10" format.

The earliest diary found so far concerns the year We know however that observation of the sky with the intention to control the observed phenomena is older than this date. Eclipse reports preserved on tablets go back to the second half of 4the 8th century B.C., thus confirming the well-known claim of Ptolemy (Almagest III, 7) that he had at. The Babylonian astronomical diaries are a large collection of cuneiform clay tablets, which as their name suggests are mostly concerned with astronomical observations, but do contain occasional references to important events in Babylon. For more information on the tablets, and how to read them, see the introduction to the translation by &


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In comparison with Strong's An astronomical diary, calendar, or almanack for (Hartford), the astronomical material and eclipse predictions are identical, and the calendar page calculations practically so, with slight variations reflecting the difference in meridian between Hartford and New Haven.

The father, Nathaniel Ames of Dedham, first published his Astronomical Diary nearly eight years before Franklin’s Poor Richard, and his son assumed its publication inending the Almanack only at the outbreak of the Revolution when he “served as surgeon with the outbreak of fighting in Aprilmarching to Concord with Dedham’s.

The American Year Book and National Register for An almanack of coelestiall motions for the year of the Christian aera ; being (in our account) third after leap-year and from the creation ; the vulgar notes where of are calculated for the longitude of gr.

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Price New from Used from Reviews: 2. Daniel Sewall has written: 'An astronomical diary, or almanack, for the year of Christian aera, ' 'Weatherwise's almanac, for the year of Christian aera, ' 'An astronomical diary, or.

Attributed to Benjamin West by Evans. However, it is identical in content and typography, except for the author statement, calendar page verses, and much of the contents of p.

[], with An astronomical diary, kalendar, or Almanack, forby N. Strong (Hartford: Elisha Babcock). Boston: Printed and sold the Printers and Booksellers, 24 pp.

Disbound, stitched. One page unevenly trimmed, affecting some ten words on eighteenth page. Interior ink stain, a few manuscript notes. Else, a good copy. Item #WRCAM An almanac by Nathaniel Ames, son of Dr.

Nathaniel Ames who started a popular and highly regarded almanac in Other articles where Astronomical Diary and Almanack is discussed: almanac: the best of which, the Astronomical Diary and Almanack, was begun by Nathaniel Ames of Dedham, Mass., in and published until Benjamin Franklin’s brother James printed The Rhode Island Almanac inand Benjamin Franklin (under the nom de plume of Richard Saunders) began his Poor Richard’s almanacs.

An almanac, in its simplest form, is a book containing a calendar that includes notations for holidays and holy days, as well as astronomical information such as the rising and setting of the sun and moon, the phases of the moon and high and low tides.

An astronomical diary, kalendar, or almanack, for the year of our Lord, adapted to the horizon and meridian of New-Haven, lat. 41 deg. 19 min. north, and longit.

73 deg. 14 min. westward of the Royal Observatory, or Flamsted-House in Greenwich, according to the latest observations: but (without sensible error) may serve indifferently for.

The Astronomical Almanac Online extends the printed version by providing data best presented in machine-readable form.

Online data are provided for several years. Also used for navigation by air and water. This resource aids in determining and distributing the timing and astronomical data required for accurate navigation and fundamental astronomy.

An Astronomical Diary; or Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, Being the Second Year after Bissextile, or Leap-Year; and the 14th of the Independence of America Boston: Printed and sold by J.

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deg. 25 min. north: but may indifferently serve any part of New-England.