The ladies and gentlemens diary, or, royal almanack; for the year of our Lord, 1777: Being the First after Bissextile, or Leap Year. Containing, Besides the Calendar, a great Variety of Aenigmas, Rebusses, Mathematical Solutions, &c. &c. By Reuben Burrow, Late Assistant Astronomer at the Royal Observatory, and Teacher of the Mathematics.

  • Burrow, Reuben, 1748-1792.
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Lady's and gentleman's diary


London : printed for T. Carnan, in St. Paul's Church Yard, who dispossessed the Stationers Company of the exclusive Privilege of Printing Almanacks, which they had monopolized 170 Years, to the discouragement of Genius and the great Prejudice of the Booksellers throughout the kingdom, in Consequence of a Patent obtained from King James I. which his most Sacred Majesty had no Right to Grant, [1776]

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48p. ; 80.

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ESTC T135866
Roscoe, A7 (26)


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