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The gentleman's diary, or, the mathematical repository; an almanac for the year of our Lord 1810
printed for the Company of Stationers, by J. Nichols and Son . and sold by George Greenhill, London, 1810. 12mo, pp. 48; bound with: The ladies' diary: or, woman's almanac . designed for the use and diversion of the fair sex, n.d. [1810], 48pp.; bound with: Vox stellarum: or, a loyal almanac for the year of human redemption . by Francis Moore, n.d. [1810], 48pp; bound with: Merlinus liberatus. An almanac for the year of our redemption . by John Partridge, n.d. [1810], 48pp.; bound with: Old poor robin. An almanac composed on a variety of subjects . written by Poor Robin, n.d. [1810], 48pp.; bound with: Speculum anni: or, season of the seasons . by Henry Season, n.d. [1810], 48pp.; bound with: The coelestial atlas; or, a new ephemeris . by Robert White, n.d. [1810], 48pp.; together in full red straight-grain morocco, wavy gilt-ruled border on covers, smooth gilt-decorated spine labeled "1810." Togther 7 British almanacs, each 48 pages, each printed in red and black throughout, each with a few woodcut diagrams, tables, etc., and each with a sectional vellum tab lettered in ink; tax stamps on each title page, some minor rubbing, but very good and sound. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
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