Almanack

Some articles on almanack:

Samuel Danforth - Works
... An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1647 ... An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1648 ... An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1649 ...
Ladies Almanack
... Ladies Almanack, or Ladies Almanack showing their Signs and their Tides their Moons and their Changes the Seasons as it is with them their Eclipses and Equinoxes as well as a full Record of ... language, inside jokes, and ambiguity of Ladies Almanack have kept critics arguing about whether it is an affectionate satire or a bitter attack, but ...
Whitaker's Almanack - First Publication
... Joseph Whitaker began preparing his Almanack in the autumn of 1868 ... The first edition of the Almanack appeared on 23 December 1868, priced at 1 shilling, introduced by a short editorial written by Joseph Whitaker ... It began "The Editor does not put forward this Almanack as perfect yet he ventures to think that he has succeeded in preparing a work which will commend itself to ...
Matthew Brimson
... that was published in the 2000 Wisden Cricketers Almanack ... When a series of team photographs were taken for the official Wisden almanack, Brimson decided to expose himself for one of the photos ... The offending photograph can be found on page 657 of the 2000 Wisden Almanack ...
Ames Almanack
... Ames' Almanack (almanac) was the first almanac printed in the British North American colonies ... contemporary history classes, at the time Ames' Almanack enjoyed a much larger readership ... Franklin's publication had a circulation of 10,000 copies, while Ames' Almanack had a circulation of 60,000 ...