1 edition of New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer, 1806 found in the catalog.
New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer, 1806
|Statement||[compiled and published by George Howe]|
|Series||The William Dixson Foundation. Publication, no. 5, Publication (William Dixson Foundation) ;, no. 5|
|Contributions||Howe, George, 1771-1821, comp.|
|LC Classifications||AY1611 .N4 1806a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 58 p.|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||67081086|
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New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer, [compiled and published by George Howe] Call Number N NEW Created/Published Sydney, Public Library of New South Wales, Pages 65 View Catalogue. Format: Book, Online; , 58 pages tables; 22 cm. New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer, [compiled and published by George Ho | National Library of Australia National Library of Australia.
NEW SOUTH WALES POCKET ALMANACK AND COLONIAL REMEMBRANCER Facsimile Edition THIS little volume, the first almanac to be published in Australia and only the second printed book, was produced duced by George Howe the printer of the Sydney Gazette and came out in sections as paper was available from January to May Besides the usual.
Get this from a library. New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer, [George Howe;]. Home; All editions; New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer, / [compiled and published by George Howe] Howe, George, or New South Wales POCKET ALMANACK; AND Colonial emembrancer, FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR Being the Second after Bissextile or Leap Year, And 46th of the Reign of HIS PRESENT MAJESTY.
New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer: for the year of our Lord and Saviour By. Abstract Year: OAI identifier: oai::-vn Provided New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer National Library of Australia Digital Object Repository.
Download PDF. A glance at Plate 1 - a page from the New South Wales Pocket Almanack and Colonial Remembrancer, the first almanac to be published in colonial Australia - might suggest that almanacs are notthe most exciting publications, containing a calendar, a list of high tides at various ports, and miscellaneous chronological information.
New South Wales: Rare Books. Nature's Wonderland. NEW SOUTH WALES: Published: cs NEW SOUTH WALES GENERAL STANDING ORDERS: Published: and Colonial Remembrancer NEW SOUTH WALES POCKET ALMANACK. Published: Stock No. $ Online price. Frontispiece for the pocket almanack.
First published inthe New South Wales Pocket Almanack and Colonial Remembrancer was a vital compendium of important dates (local events, festivals, religious observances and so on), tide heights and planting and harvesting times of year. More importantly it, also included an alphabetical listing of the rules of colonial life.
Bound with New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer for the year (F) and 9 other books.; Electronic reproduction.
Canberra, A.C.T.: Author: Mary. Saxby. NEW SOUTH WALES, ALMANAC AND REMEMBRANCER. FOR NEW SOUTH WALES, POST OFFICE COUNTRY SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALMANACK AND GENERAL DIRECTORY FOR41, 44, 45, Royal Geographical Society of South Australia Sources of Genealogy ©; File Size: KB.
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By: N/A. New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrancer [electronic resource]: for the year of ou George Howe "This is the first Almanack printed in Australia Author: Grace Idahosa. BOOK: EARLY Colonial Houses of New South Wales by Roxburgh 1/ limited edit - $ DESCRIPTION: EARLY COLONIAL HOUSES OF NEW SOUTH WALES first edition 1/ very limited print Rachel Roxburgh with original dust jacketFeaturing architectural Australian cedar and stone treasures such as the antique Georgian sandstone.
NSW Pocket Almanac & Colonial Remembrancer (Facsimile) F The Official Account through. Governor Phillip’s Letters to. Lord Sydney. G.R. Tipping. F East Sussex Sentences of. Transportation Comp. By Friends of the. East Sussex Record Office.
F West Rocks Action Plan Comp. By City Planning. Architecture and society in New South Wales Sydney: Hordern House in association with the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, These early houses are read as manuscripts, revealing the motives, and the follies of their builders, from Governor Macquarie's deliberate flouting of the Secretary of State's instruction in order to satisfy his and his wife's.
– Howe, G. () New South Wales pocket almanack and colonial remembrance. Contains the Aust. Gardening guide, Repr. Mulini Press, Canberra, – Fraser, E. () Catalogue of the fruits cultivated in the Government Botanic Garden at Sydney, New South Wales.
Gardeners magazine 5: TEGG, James  "Tegg's New South Wales Pocket Almanac and Remembrancer' [Sydney, ] pp + iii Index. Rebound. Contains information on immigration, government, religious establishments, clubs and societies and postal information.
This New South Wales Pocket Almanac contains information on a whole host of topics such as the public holidays for the year, tide table, kalendar, moon phases, a chronology of English Sovereigns as well as the reigning families of Europe, distances from township to township, even persons in the Civil Establishment and the Military Establishment.
Note REg No V 7/ OR V 3A/ - George Howe and SArah Wills The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 10th Oct MARRIED—On Monday last, by Special License, at the Church of St.
Philip, Sydney, by the Reverend Mr. COWPER, GEORGE HOWE, Printer of this Paper, to Mrs. SARAH WILLS, of George-street. According to Crittenden, the first locally produced garden publication was the New South Wales Pocket Almanac and Remembrancer for the year of our Lord and Savior By the second half of the 19th century more and more garden books were published and titles became less verbose.The Australia History and Genealogy Collection.
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