2 edition of Gaine"s New-York pocket almanack, for the year 1781. found in the catalog.
Gaine"s New-York pocket almanack, for the year 1781.
by Printed by H. Gaine, at the Bible and Crown, in Hanover-Square. in New York
Written in English
|Statement||By Thomas Moore, philo|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16870|
|Contributions||Hutchins, John Nathan, 1700 or 1701-1782|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
New York: Printed by H. Gaine, pp. plus folding map. Interleaved with blank pages with contemporary ink notes. 18mo. Original calf. Spine perished but held by cords. Worm hole in front board through to front endpapers, not affecting text or map. Internally very clean and very good. In a half morocco box. Item #WRCAM Apparently the second annual edition of this popular almanac. Preface: The following letter was sent on Febru to Carol Ash, then the Commissioner of New York State Parks. A reply to this letter was never received. Carol Ash resigned her position as commissioner of the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, in September , and took on a position as adviser to the.
The New York City Draft Riots: Their Significance for American Society and Politics in the Age of the Civil War. Bison Books, Bison Books, The featured image in this article, a depiction of the Draft Riots in from The Illustrated London News, Author: Major Dan. In the year , Elder Dutcher removed wit his family to Carlton, New York, and in he removed to the town of Gaines, where he resided until he died. The primary object he had in coming to the Holland Purchase was to preach and serve as a missionary among the people, the Baptists having no church organization in Orleans County.
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Gaines New-York pocket almanack this from a library. Gaine's New-York pocket almanack, for the year Calculated for the use of the province of New-York, and the neighbouring provinces. [John Nathan Hutchins;]. Gaines is a town in Orleans County, New York, United population was 3, at the census.
The town is named after General Edmund P. Gaines, who defended the area during the War of The Town of Gaines is in the north-central part of the county and contains part of the Village of Albion, the county current supervisor of Gaines is Joseph : Orleans.
Gaine's New-York pocket almanac for the year New York: Printed by Ming & Young (successors to M. Gaines) MLA Citation. Moore, Thomas. Gaine's New-York pocket almanac for the year [microform] / by Thomas Moore Printed by Ming & Young (successors to M.
Gaines) New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Moore, Thomas. Book, Online in English Gaine's New-York pocket almanack, for the year Calculated for this and the neighbouring states By Thomas Moore, philo. Full text of "A pocket almanack, for the year : calculated for the use of the state of Massachusetts-Bay" See other formats.
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The first marriage in Gaines was that of Andrew Jacobs to Sally Wing, in the fall of or The first child born in Gaines was Samuel Crippen, Jr., in The first printing press in Orleans County was located in Gaines, by Seymour Tracy, who published the. In the yearElder Dutcher removed with his family to Carlton, New York, and in he removed to the town of Gaines, where he resided until he died.
The primary object he had in coming to the Holland Purchase was to preach and serve as a missionary among the people, the Baptists having no church organization in Orleans County. The population of Gaines in was 2, and its a acres. There are twelve school districts, employing fourteen teachers.
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