Wood's Almanac for the Year 1822, Being the Second After Bissextile or Leap Year. Containing . . . : Calculated for the Latitude and Meridian of New York

By: Sharp, Joshua

Price: $100.00

Quantity: 1 available


30p. + 22 written diary pages. There are also a number of blank pages. A very good copy, covers are soiled, there are three signatures of former owners on the front free endpaper, and there is a little rubbing at the spine ends and the forecorners of the covers, The diary covers the second six months of 1822. The author is a woman from New York City. Health is always at the forefront and there was a serious Yellow Fever outbreak during the summer. The diarist seems to be a teacher and definitely is a Quaker. At the end of the almanac is a two page Table of Roads, giving distances between a variety of places.

Title: Wood's Almanac for the Year 1822, Being the Second After Bissextile or Leap Year. Containing . . . : Calculated for the Latitude and Meridian of New York

Author Name: Sharp, Joshua

Categories: Almanacs, Diaries,

Publisher: N.Y., Samuel Wood & Sons: 1821

Binding: Half Leather, Pap. Cvd. Boards

Size: 12mo - over 6 3/4" - 7 3/4" Tall

Seller ID: 021465

Keywords: AGRICULTURE, ALMANACS, SOCIETY OF FRIENDS--UNITED STATES.