Imatges de pÓgina

I have heard nothing further of Girault: probably he thinks it best to lie upon his oars for the present, watch events, and in the interim employ himself in the secret business of his mission. I mention this as likely to ensue, only in the case of his not being immediately ordered off. It is a remarkable circumstance, that his arrival has never been returned under the Alien Act by the master of the vessel in which he came.

Gen! Pinckney was at Lyons on the 15th June. His daughter was then much better, and he hoped to be at Bourdeaux and imbark by the July. This intelligence came by the way of London. It is true that he was arrived.

You will see from the newspapers that Ireland is tranquil. It remains yet to be known, whether Admiral Nelson has had the honor of capturing the Great General of the Great Nation. The Convent[ion between] the Knights of Malta and Buonaparte was signed by the Charge d'affaires of the King of Spain as mediator. I entertain no doubt that the taking possession of that island was a preconcerted arrangement, and concerning which Buonaparte did no more than receive the Seizin in the name of the Directory

with perfect respect & esteem

I have the honor to be dear Sir,
Your most obed Serv

Honble Col? READ,

Old Captain Anthony it is said has died of the Yellow Fe[ver. You] will have seen the Prince Edward County address in the newspapers; it has heen sent to Col: Pickering to present; he will return it [with a request] to the addressers to find somebody else capable of debasing himself by insulting the President in handing it to him.


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American and foreign anti-slavery society. See Liberty almanac.

American free trade league. See Free trade almanac.

American Illuminated Almanac. 1865. New York, 1865. 4°.

American Kalendar. See United States (The) Register.

American (The) Presbyterian Almanac. 186366. Philadelphia, Pa., 1863-66. 4 v. 12°.

American (The) Protestant Almanac. 1841. New York, 1841. 8°.

American temperance almanac. See Almanac of the American Temperance Union; Temperance (The) almanac.

American Tract Society's Almanac for the years 1861-1863. Boston, 1861-1863. 12°. American (The) year-book and national register for 1869... Edited by David N. Camp. Hartford: O. D. Case & Co. [1868.] 8°.

Amerikanischer Schweizer Kalender. Hrsg. von der Amerikanischen Schweizer Zeitung. Jahrgang 20 (1900). New York, 1900. 8°.

Amerikanischer Turner-Kalender. Jahrg. 13, 16-17, 19-21 (1892, 95-96, 98-1900). Milwaukee [1892-1900]. 12°.

Ames (Nathaniel). See American (The) Almanack, Philomath N. Ames; also Astronomical (An) Diary . . . By Nathaniel Ames. Ames's Almanack revived and improved: Or, An Astronomical Diary, for the year 1766. By a late Student at Harvard College. Boston: Printed and sold by R. & S. Draper... Edes & Gill ... [1765.] 12°.

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Printed in 1736-58 by J. Draper, for the Booksellers; after '58, Printed and Sold by Draper, Green & Russell, Fleet, etc. The copy for 1776 is of the second Boston edition; 1770 has imprint: New London: . . T. Green.

Another edition of 1756, New Haven: Re-printed and Sold by J. Parker; 1761, Boston: Printed by D. and J. Kneeland; 1763. Boston, slight variations; 1764, Newport, Rhode Island: Re-printed... by Samuel Hall; 1764, NewLondon: Re-printed by Timothy Green; 1765, Boston. Sold also by by [sic] S. Hall at Newport; 1768, Newport: Printed... by Samuel Hall, in Thames Street; 1770, Hartford: Printed and Sold by Green & Watson.

Astronomical (An) Diary: or Almanack, for the year 1798, by Seth Chandler. Boston: Printed by Joseph Bumstead, For the Author. 16°.

Astronomical (An) Diary; or, Almanack, for the year 1790, by Walter Folger. Printed and Sold by J. White, and C. Cambridge, near Charles-River Bridge, Boston [1789]. 16°.

Astronomical (An) Diary; or, Almanack... by Nathanael Low. See Low's Almanack. Astronomical (An) Diary: or Almanack, for the years 1793-94, by Amos Pope. Boston: Printed and Sold by John W. Folsom, No. 30, Union-Street. 2 V. 16°.

Change of title, 1794, Pope's Almanack.

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Beers' Long Island Almanac and Register. 1825. Brooklyn [1825]. 12°.

Beers' Almanac. 1808, 1811, 1813-1814, 1816, 1818. Poughkeepsie, 1808-1818. 12°.

Beers' Almanack. 1816. New Haven, 1816. 12°.

Beers' Calender; or, Hosford's New York and Vermont Almanack. 1821, 1823-24. Albany, 1821-1824. 12°.

Beers (Andrew). See Hutchins improved. .. By Andrew Beers.

Bickerstaff's New-England Almanack, for the years 1776-80, 82-88, 90-92, 96-98. Norwich: Printed by Robertsons and Trumbull. 18 V. 16°.

Changes of title: 1785, Bickerstaff's improved Almanack; 1788, Bickerstaff's Almanack; 1790, Bickerstaff's improved: being an Almanack; 1791, Bickerstaff's Connecticut Almanack; 1796-98, Town and Country Almanack, by Isaac Bickerstaff. Printed, after 1777, by J. Trumbull,

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Blunt's edition of the Nautical almanac. See American ephemeris and nautical almanac.

Book-lover's Almanack. 5th year. (1897.) New York, 1897. 12°.

Boston Almanac. 1837, '42-45, 47, 49-'50, 52, 54, 56, 58-60, 1862, 1874, 1877. Boston, 1842-77. 24°.

1836-40, 1842-79. Boston, 1836-79. 24°. Boston Daily Advertiser Illustrated Almanac. 1878. Boston, 1878. 8°.

Brandreth's (Dr.) Almanac. 1867, 1873, 1881. New York, 1867-1881. 12°.

Boston (The) Ephemeris. An Almanack Of Coelestial Motions of the Sun & Planets, with some of the principal Aspects For the Year of the Christian Era 1685. Boston in New-England: Printed by and for Samuel Green, 1685. 16°. Bricktop's Almanac. 1873. New York [1873].




Briggs's (Isaac) Almanac. more: the author [1799]. 12°. Brooklyn (The) Citizen almanac. See Citizen (The) almanac.

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Buist's almanac and garden manual. 1879. Philadelphia, 1879. 12°.

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Canfield (C. W.) See American annual of photography.

Cape Ann family almanac, and centennial year book. [By M. V. B. Perley.] Gloucester, Mass: Telegraph... print, 1876. I p.l., 6, 12 l., 7-16, 40 pp. 8°. Caradoc (The) Kalendar. By H. D. & H. G. Webb. Year 2 (1901). Bedford Park, 1901. obl. 48°.

Carl Pretzel Vedder Brognostdikador Almineck Kalinder. See Pretzel (Karl) Vedder Brognostdikador...

Catholic (The) Family Almanac. See Illustrated Catholic Family Almanac.

Chandler (Seth). See Astronomical (An) Diary or Almanack . . . by Seth Chandler. Chicago daily News. See Daily News

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Christie's Family Almanac. 1854. New York, 1854. 8°.

Chronicle (The) Annual. 1882. San Francisco [1881]. 8°.

Church Almanac. See American Church Almanac and Year Book.

Church calendar. . . published by the Domestic and Foreign missionary society of the Protestant episcopal church. 1887, 89, 92-95, 97-99, 19011902. [New York, 1886-1901.] 12°.

Churchman's (The) Almanac. 1835, 1838, 1840. New York, 1834-39. 16°.

Churchman's (The) calendar. . . designed to exhibit an actual view of the holy catholic and apostolic church in all the world . . . no. 5 (1865). New York, 1865. 32°.

Churchman's (The) year book, with kalendar compiled by W. S. Perry, D.D. 1870-71. Hartford, 1870-71. 12°.

See Enquirer (The)

Cincinnati Enquirer. manual and political register. Cincinnati Gazette almanac. See Gazette (The) annual register.

Citizen (The) almanac : a compendium of statistics concerning Brooklyn . . . Brooklyn, 1894. 8°.

Citizen (The) & Farmer's Almanac. . . By David Young. 1817, 1819. Morristown, 1817-19. 12°. City Railroad Guide and Almanac. 1874. New York, 1874. 48°.

Clarke (H. C.) See Confederate (The) states almanac.

Columbian (The) Calendar, or New-England Almanack for the year 1797. The Astronomical Calculations By John Newman. Printed at the Minerva Press in Dedham, and sold. . . by David Heaton, in Wrentham. 12°.

Columbian (The) Calendar, or, New York and Vermont Almanack. 1819-1820, 1824-1825, 1828. Troy, 1819-1828. 12°.

Comic (The) Almanac. 1871. Philadelphia, 1871. 12°.

Confederate (The) States Almanac, and repository of useful knowledge, for 1862. Compiled

by H. C. Clarke. [Atlanta: Krouse & Black, 1895.] 96 pp., 6 pl. 12°.

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Connecticut Almanac . . . 1820-1821, 1840. New Haven, 1820-1840. 8° and 12°.

Changes in place of publication, in publisher and editor. Connecticut (The), Rhode Island, Massachusetts... Farmer Almanac. 1803-1804. Norwich, Conn., 1803-1804. 16°.

Cotton's Virginia and North Carolina almanac. See Richardson's Virginia and North Carolina almanac.

Courant (The) Almanac. 1873, 1883-1887. Hartford [1873-87]. 12°.

Courier-Journal (The) almanac. A volume of statistical, official ... and general information quarterly. v. 41. (Jan. 1901.) Louisville,

1901. 12°. Crockett Almanac. 1852. Boston, 1852. 12°. Crosby (C. C. P.) See United States temperance almanac.

Crusade (The) Temperance almanac. 1875. New York [1875]. 16°. Cultivator (The) Almanac. [Edited] By Luther Tucker. v. 1, no. 5 (1848). Springfield, Mass. [1848.] 12°.

Currie (G. E.) See United States (The) insurance almanac.

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