New-Year address of the carriers of the Salem gazette to its patrons, 1813
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New-Year address of the carriers of the Salem gazette to its patrons, 1813

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Published by s.n. in [Salem, Mass .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 29713
The Physical Object
Pagination1 broadside
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15055832M

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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. Articles from The Salem Gazette Relating to Topsfield January - Decem Search by Name. To [Jeremiah Barker] Biddeford 19 January My dear Sir— Your very friendly letter of the 30 th December did not reach me before this morning; but since I took it into my hand I have read it over and over again, each time with an increasing pleasure.1 The contents of it immediately carried my mind backward on the dial of Life to the winter of seventy three, or four—the time I . Boston no later than ) Most of the surviving Boston carriers' addresses referred only to New Year's. But at least four of them, printed between and , named Christmas, too. The verses in the Boston Evening-Post, for example, were headed 'The News-Boy's Christmas and New Year's Verses.' It begins: The Boy who Weekly Pads the.

Although many Carriers’ Addresses were contained within the body of the first newspaper issue in the new year, the most sought after are the broadside editions, printed on one side of a sheet of paper typically with ornate lettering, decorative borders, etc. The more decorative the Address the more collectible. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The humble address of the Carriers of the Albany Register, to their generous customers, greeting them with a Happy New Year. [Albany, N. Y.: Jan. 1, ] Broadside. Reserve. All the world’s a stage. A poem, in three parts. The stranger. Newburyport: Printed by William Barrett. 15 [really 14] p. 8º. Reserve. New Year's address, of the carriers of the Repertory to its patrons. [Boston: Published by John Park, ] New-Year's address. [Newport, R.I.: Printed for Ann Barber, ] Obituary.: "Swiftly the hours, but man still swifter flies, Life he receives to-day, to-morrow dies.".

A daughter, Abigail – Nabby () – is born to Abigail and John Adams on July Madison, Dolley Dolley Madison‘s () parents, John Payne and Mary Coles Payne, move to North Carolina from Virginia. The best New-Year's gift for young people; or, The bloom of youth immortal, by piety and glory. [New York, Printed by Timothy Green]. [] A sermon preached (summarily) at East-Hampton, on the Lord's-day, January 1, [To which is affixed Youth's triumph, a poem of vision. And made publick at the desire of a number of young people.; 54 l. Martha Wayles Skelton () marries Thomas Jefferson on New Year's Day, when she is Jefferson, Martha Martha "Patsy" Washington Jefferson Randolph (), daughter of Thomas and Martha Jefferson, is born September Author Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication General Association of Connecticut. At a meeting of the General Association of the state of Connecticut, holden at Litchfield, June 16th, Voted to approve the following regulations proposed by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, viz. [Hartford: Printed by Hudson and .