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The New-England almanack; and gentleman"s and lady"s diary, for the year of our Lord 1779

The New-England almanack; and gentleman"s and lady"s diary, for the year of our Lord 1779

... Fitted to the horizon and meridian of New London, lat. 41 degrees 25 minutes north; long. 72 degrees 4 minutes to the westward of the observatory of Greenwich in England.

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Published by Printed and sold by T. Green. in New-London [Conn.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Edmund Freebetter. ; [Six lines of verse]
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15777.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[24] p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18102605M

No faintest shadow, no passing echo of battles and sieges, of Spanish wars and poisoned princes, penetrated the cell where Juliana, a simple creature, unlettered, living in deathly flesh, on the 13th night of May in the year of our Lord , tooke all her rites of holie church and went not to have liven till dale. THE NEW-ENGLAND MAGAZINE. letter, with a very handsomely flourished large capital letter at the beginning of each article. There is but one older book in our University Library, at Cambridge. , Soft words the arms for him to wield, And dangerless the fight. The music of our peaceful home, Is, twice a year, the fife and drum, Or, nightly.

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Of the next few months of my life I have also but slight recollections, confined to a few isolated facts or incidents. On leaving the inn we went to my aunt's at Dulwich. Mrs. Wilson was my mother's only sister, who had married a solicitor, who, besides having a good practice, was . The lecturer continued: An old book which all of you have in the house, and which some of you profess to believe with all your might, says that A mans life consisteth not in the abundance of the things which he possesseth; you can read the pas- sage for yourselves, and correct me if I am wrong. I personally made year ago, to draw Lord.


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