1817.060: Virginia Almanac for 1818 (Stewart).
Full Title: The Virginia almanac, for the year of Our Lord 1818. Being the second after bissextile [sic], or leap year, and forty second of American independence. … Adapted to the latitude and meridian of Virginia and Maryland. By John Sharp.
Author: Sharp, John (1754-1840).
Place Issued: Alexandria
Issuing Press: Benjamin L. Bogan for John A. Stewart
Description: [36 pgs.]; 20 cm. (8vo).
One of three essentially identical almanacs published by Stewart for 1818 employing Sharp's ephemerides and Bogan's press: the Virginia Almanac for 1818 (this item), the Washington Almanac for 1818 (1817.061), and the Town & Country Almanac for 1818 (1817.062). All are typographically the same except for changes to the title text above word "Almanac" at top of title page (i.e. Virginia, Washington, or Town & Country); this variant is only one now found in more than one repository and only one filmed by the Early American Imprints Series.
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