Farmers and Mechanics Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1848: Being a Bissextile, or Leap year: containing 366 Days, And after the 4th of July, the seventy-second of American Independence; arranged after the system of the German Calendars . . . Carefully calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia, by Charles Frederick Egelmann. Charles Frederick Egelmann.
Farmers and Mechanics Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1848: Being a Bissextile, or Leap year: containing 366 Days, And after the 4th of July, the seventy-second of American Independence; arranged after the system of the German Calendars . . . Carefully calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia, by Charles Frederick Egelmann

Farmers and Mechanics Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1848: Being a Bissextile, or Leap year: containing 366 Days, And after the 4th of July, the seventy-second of American Independence; arranged after the system of the German Calendars . . . Carefully calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia, by Charles Frederick Egelmann

Philadelphia: Mentz & Roboudt, 1847. Paperback. "The calculation of this almanack is made to solar or apparent time." Front wrapper gives Loomis & Peck as the publisher. "Farmers & Mechanics Almanack" -- wrapper title. 34, [2] p.: woodcut illustrations; 24 cm. Front wrapper included in pagination. Large woodcut illustration on front wrapper, a woodcut illustration for "The Anatomy of Man's Body as supposed to be governed by the Twelve Constellations," one seasonal woodcut for each month of the year, and a large woodcut of the American fleet after the Battle of Veracruz, on March 29th, 1847, when the American flag was raised over the city and the Castle of San Juan de Ulua. Original owner strengthened spine with a strip of paper. In Good+ Condition: light staining and foxing; corners creased of first and last leaves; fore-edges of first 2 leaves chipped; lacking upper corners of last 2 leaves, without loss of text. Good +. Item #003887

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