1815.042: Georgetown Almanac for 1816 (Stewart).
Full Title: The Georgetown almanac, for the year of uor [sic] Lord 1816. Being bissextile, or leap year: and 40th, of American independence. … Adapted to the latitude and meridian of Richmond. Calculated by David Richardson, of Louisa county, Virginia.
Author: Richardson, David (1787-1871), comp.
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: John A. Stewart for Richards & Mallory
Description: [36 pgs.]; 17 cm. (16mo).
While bearing a Georgetown imprint for booksellers Richards & Mallory, this was actually produced in Alexandria by John A. Stewart; it is typographically identical to his Washington Almanac for 1816 (1815.041), including a misspelled "our" in the title, except for a changed imprint at the foot of the title page. With this almanac, Stewart continued his 1815 alliance with Richards & Mallory, while engaging the same new compiler as his former partner, Peter Cottom, now situated in Richmond.
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