Published 1749 by printed by R. Phillips, for the Company of Stationers in London .
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; with the bookplate of William Arthur, Sixth Duke of Portland, K.G. ; bound with the following seven almanacs forall printed in London for the Company of Stationers: The Gentleman's diary, or, The mathematical repository -- The ladies diary, or, Woman's almanac -- Vox stellarum Pages: Title [Medley print].
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Memoranda, kept in Merlinus Liberatus almanack for Dates: Quantity: 1 volume: Physical Description Pagination: Printed book (containing 24 unpaged leaves), interleaved with 21 unpaged blank leaves on which the memoranda are written, in the following order: Manuscript pages ; 7 printed pages (title page and preliminary matter.
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Britanus Merlinus Liberatus was collated and published by the land surveyor Mathew William in Carmarthen from until and Brecon from until Vox Stellarum et Planetarum was published by John Harris, who kept a technical school at Kidwelly and (from ) at Carmarthen, where his almanac was also published.
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Hardcover. Eight volumes bound in one, sixteenmo size, pp. Near fine. Item # A collection of almanacs from the yearwith a lovely scenic fore-edge painting which shows a road leading to a lake containing two boats, some buildings reminscent of.
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Isaac Bickerstaff Esq was a pseudonym used by Jonathan Swift as part of a hoax to predict the death of then famous Almanac–maker and astrologer John Partridge.
“All Fools' Day” (now known as April Fools' Day which falls on 1 April) was Swift’s favourite of holidays and he often used this day to aim his biting satirical wit at non-believers in an attempt to “make sin and folly bleed.”.
On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures. Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, pages, 36 pages of advertisments, 12mo, rebound in plain black cloth with gilt-lettered spine (small ex-lib stamp on verso of title page, else clean with some light scattered foxing). Sep 07, · Partridge was for a time apparently quite dazed by the storm of irony.
No ‘Merlinus Liberatus’ appeared fornor for the three following years, though in and the Stationers' Company brought out a ‘Partridge's Almanac,’ which has been regularly issued until the present day. Given the actual existence of Saunders, the attribution of Franklin's almanac to "Isaac Bickerstaff" may be erroneous.
"Bickerstaff" was pseudonym of Jonathan Swift, created to harass John Partridge (), who published a successful series of almanacs, Merlinus Liberatus, from to approximately the date of his death. Swift entered the. Almanack You Searched For: The book is printed in black and white.
Illustrations if any are also in black and white. Sewn perfect bound for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover.
The content of this print on demand book has not been changed. Merlinus liberatus: a almanack for. [Leather Bound. Collection of 12 Almanacs, bound in one volume, all from the yearbeing the Bissextile or Leap-Year. London: Various, Rubricated text throughout. Illustrated with. Welsh Responses to the French Revolution: Press and Public Discourse, MARION LÖFFLER.
YOUR INSTITUTION DOES NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THIS BOOK ON JSTOR Britanus Merlinus Liberatuswas collated and published by the land surveyor Mathew William in Carmarthen from until and Brecon from until Feb 29, · The leap year: keeping time in AD & AM Posted on February 29, Frontispiece of Merlinus Liberatus It is a year book containing information on the “motion of the planets, remarkable conjunctions, lunations, eclipses, meteorological and astrological observations”.
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Angelus Britannicus John Tanner Read. Apollo Anglicanus Saunders, Richard Read. Swallow John Swallow Read. Read. Almanack. Available now at fredjaillet.com - Hardcover - Various Printers for The Company of Stationers, London ; - - Publisher's original black leather covers which have been rebacked preserving the original spine and gilt details, gilt tools to the corners of the front and rear boards, gilt page edges, original horizontal chapter dividing splints remain present.
8vo. 6½'' x 4¼''.The year book of daily recreation and information: concerning remarkable men and manners, times and seasons, solemnities and merry-makings, antiquities and novelties, on the plan of the every-day book and table book, or everlasting calendar of popular amusements, sports, pastimes, ceremonies, customs, and events, incident to each of the three.San Francisco: The Book Club of California, designed by Jack Stauffacher of The Greenwood Press, Sawkins, James Gay.
Limited First Edition. Hardcover. One of copies, oblong quarto,  pp., with prospectus. James Gay Sawkins () was a virtually unknown English artist who spent several years painting Hawaiian landscapes.