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Maryland Imprints, 1801-1810 by Roger P. Bristol.
Volume 440, Page 236   View pdf image (33K)
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gen. [8 Iines] [short ruie-j Nach dem Miryland!schen
Horizont und Nordhdhe berechnet; jedoch in denen an-
grenzenden Staaten von Virginien, Pennsylvanien und den
mehr entlegenen Staaten ohne merklichen Unterschied zu
gebruuehen. [rule] Zum funfzehntenmal herausgegeben.
[rule] Hagerstaun, Waschlngton Caunty, Maryland, ge-
druckt und zu haben bey Johann Gruber, wie auch bey un-
terschiedlichen Stohrhaltern und andern zu finden.
[thin-thick rule] [l8l0]
[42] p. 22 cm. [A]6 B6 c2(l+"C2") D6.
Cut on sig. A2r: "Das Thier aus derr Abgrund".
Seldensticker p. 178. Reichmann 119.
MWA; PPI, [803]
Almanacs. Maryland.
[thick-rule frame] The Washington Almanac, for the
year of our Lord. 1811. Being the third after Bissex-
tile, or Leap Year, and the thirty-fifth of American In-
dependence. Calculated for the Meridians of Maryland,
Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee, (-short double rule]
By Abraham Sharp. [short double rule] Containing, Ex-
clusive of the usual Astronomical Calculations, a great
Variety of Matter, curious, useful and entertaining.
[rule] [cut: monument with G. W. on face, against back-
ground of trees] [double rule] Baltimore: Printed for
Conrad Lucas & Co. No. 138, Market-street; Samuel Jef-
feris, John Vance & Co. John Kingston, Abner Neal, and
Warner & Hanna. A. Mlltenberger, Printer. [1810]
[48] p. 17 cm. [A]2 B-D6 E4.
DLC; MWA; MdHi; P. Garrett.
————— Another issue, with imprint: Baltimore: Printed
and Sold by A. Miltenberger. [1810]
NNA. [804]
The American Lady's Preceptor: a Compilation of Ob-
servations, Essays and Poetical Effusions, designed to
direct the Female Mind in a course of pleasing and in-
structive Reading. tshort thick-thin rule] Baltimore:
Published by Edward J. Coale, no. 176 Market-street; and
by John F. Watson, at the S.W. corner of Walnut and
Third-streets, Philadelphia. [row of dots] Benjamin
Edes, printer. [row of dots] l8l0.
4 leaves, [13]-276 p. 17.5 cm. [A]4 B-X6 (in-
cludes sig, V, W).
Advertised in the Baltimore Federal Republican, Dec.
19, 1810, as "Just Published."

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