1818.050: Virginia Pocket Almanack and Farmer's Companion for 1819 (Warrock).
Full Title: The Virginia Pocket Almanack and Farmers' Companion, for the year of our Lord 1819: being the third after bissextile or leap year; and forty-third of American independence. Adapted to the latitude and meridian of Richmond, by David Richardson, of Louisa County, Virginia.
Author: Richardson, David (1787-1871).
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: John Warrock
Description: 36 pgs.; 15 cm.
One of two essentially identical almanacs printed by Warrock for 1819, both with the same title, but with differing imprints; the other (1818.051) was printed by Warrock for Richmond bookseller Frederick A. Mayo; the only variation between the two almanacs is the text after the word "Richmond" in the imprint. Both carry an advertisement Mayo's store and Warrock's press on the last page [p. 36]. Early American Imprints Series digital image lacks all after page 29. despite fact that copy they filmed (held by American Antiquarian Society) is complete.
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