The Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack

The Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack

For the Year of Our Lord, 1729. Being the First After Bissertile or Leap-Year. Containing A Table of the Terms and Their Returns; A Table of Eclipses; The Days of the Year, Very Necessary for Finding the Number of Days, or Weeks Between Any Two Days in the Year; The Days of the Month; The Week Days, Set Down in Their Names at Large, Which They Commonly Go By; The Rising and Setting of the Sun; The Moon's Age; The New Stile, or Gregorian Kalendar; A Table of Equation, Shewing How Much Faster or Slower Than the Sun-Dial, A Good Clock or Watch Will Go Every Day This Year; A Tide-Table; A Table of the Price of Goods, at 112l. to the Hundred; The Post-Towns in Ireland; A Table of the Beginning, Ending and Length of Morning and Evening Twilight, for Every 10th Day of the Year; The Swearing Days of the Masters of the Corporations of Dublin: The 4 Quarterly Assemblies of the City of Dublin; A Table of Coin. A Table of Simple Interest at 7 Per Cent. A Table of Purchase at 6, 7, 8, and 10l. Per Cent, Compound Interest: A Catalogue of the Principal Kings and Princes in Europe, With the Time of Their Births and Ages; And A Regal Table From K. Henry 7. With An Explanation of the Whole Prefixed. Also, the Roads and Fairs

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Publisher: Dublin : printed for John Watson Bookseller on the Merchant's-Key, near the Old-Bridge, by J. Gowan in Back Lane, [1729]
Characteristics: [32]p. ; 80

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