|Statement||by John Sharp|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 51725|
|Contributions||Sharp, John, 1754-1840|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
Cottom's North Carolina and Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord Adapted to the latitude and meridian of Richmond. / Published: (). The Virginia & North Carolina almanac for the year of our Lord title page Previous: 1. Richardson's Virginia & North Carolina almanac, for the year of Our Lord being bissextile or leap year, the eighty-eighth of American independence, and the third of the Confederate States. Get this from a library! The Virginia and North Carolina almanack, for the year of our Lord . [Benjamin Bates;].
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The Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord, Calculated to the meridian of Richmond, and will answer any part of Virginia or North-Carolina. / By Benjamin Workman, M.A. Publication info: Ann Arbor, MI:: Text Creation Partnership, Availability. The soldiers' almanac for Published: () The South Carolina and Georgia almanac for the year of our Lord being the first after leap year, and (till the 4th of July) the seventeenth of American independence: containing the rising and setting of the sun, the moon's full, change and quarters, moon's age, aspects, eclipses, &c., &c. Internet Archive BookReader Warrock's Virginia and North Carolina almanac for the year of our Lord being the first after bissextile or leap year, the eighty-ninth of American independence, and the fourth of the Confederate States. , the almanac is identical in content and typography with the Virginia Planter's almanac for (Richmond: Jacob Johnson), which bears no statement of authorship. Pages  contain the same material, but in a different sequence.