1817.087: Virginia & North Carolina Almanac for 1818 (Campbell).
Full Title: The Virginia & North Carolina almanac, for the year of our Lord 1818: being the second after bissextile or leap year, and the forty-second of American independence. Calculated for the meredian [sic] of Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. By John Sharp.
Author: Sharp, John (1754-1840).
Place Issued: Petersburg
Issuing Press: John W. Campbell
Description: [36 pgs.]; 18 cm. (12mo).
Imprint states: "Petersburg, Va. Sold by J. W. Campbell." Title continues his association with Joseph Cushing of Baltimore (1816.116) in publishing annually an almanac calculated by John Sharp; this 1818 edition was printed by Cushing and his new partner Joseph Jewett; title is typographically identical to Cushing & Jewett's Washington Almanac (Shaw & Shoemaker 42830) with exception of changes to the title line above the word "Almanac" and the imprint at the foot of the title page; both of those almanacs are largely identical to their Town and Country Almanac (Shaw & Shoemaker 51717) with a different border on title page in addition to the text alterations therein, as well as the replacement of the text on pages 17-20 with different content; otherwise the three titles are identical, including an advertising notice for Cushing & Jewett's bookstore, so controlling production costs.
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