1798.043: The Lover's Almanac, No. 1.
Full Title: The Lover's almanac, no. 1. – Containing -- besides what is common in the best Virginia almanac, a very seasonable and savoury dissertation on love, courtship, and matrimony--with a most enchanting flourish on beauty, admirably calculated to disclose those the most delectable and desirable of all secrets, how the homely may become handsome, and the handsome angelic! : And, secondly, how the single may become married, and the married, happy!! Exemplified in the history of Miss Delia D----, one of the brightest and loveliest of all the bright and lovely daughters of Virginia.
Author: Weems, Mason Locke (1759-1825), ed.
Place Issued: Fredericksburg
Issuing Press: Timothy Green, for M. L. Weems
Description: [48 pgs.]; 17 cm. (12mo).
Imprint lacks publication date; Bristol supplied 1799 as its date, but it was most likely printed in late 1798 as the ephemeris is calculated for 1799, so the date assigned here. Recorded by both Evans (34996) and Shipton & Mooney (48920, from Bristol 10847), so the Early American Imprints Series presents title by under two numbers, though both of those entries are images of the same copy held by the Rockefeller Library at Colonial Williamsburg.
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