1761.004: Virginia Almanack for the year of our Lord God 1762.
Full Title: The Virginia Almanac, For the Year of our Lord God 1762. Being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap-Year. Wherein are contained, The Lunations, Conjunctions, Eclipses; the Sun and Moon's Rising and Setting, the Rising, setting and Southing of the Heavenly Bodies; Weather; &c. Calculated according to Art; And referred to the Horizon of 38 Degrees North Latitude, and a Meridian of Five Hours West from the City of London, Fitting Virginia, Maryland, North-Carolina, &c. Also a Table of Court-Days; Description of the Roads through the Continent; A List of the Council and House of Burgesses in Virginia; To which is added an Appendix, Containing a Collection of approved Maxims, entertaining Epigrams, curious Anecdotes, diverting Stories &c. &c. &c. Calculated for Instruction and Amusement. By Theophilus Wreg, philom.
Author: Grew, Theophilus (d. 1759).
Place Issued: Williamsburg
Issuing Press: Joseph Royle and Co.
Description: 32 pgs.; 16.5 cm. x 10 cm.
Grew evidently completed ephemerides for 1760 through 1768 before his death in 1759, as they were part of the almanacs issued for those years by Hunter and his successors Joseph Royle and Alexander Purdie. First title with Royle's imprint following the death of William Hunter in August 1761.
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