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Erscheinungsorte

  1. Philadelphia 45
  2. New York 36
  3. New York]  14
  4. Trenton 13
  5. Philadelphia]  7
  6. New-York--  6
  7. Elizabeth-town, (N.J.)  3
  8. Philadelphia  3
  9. Wilmington, Del.]  3
  10. Baltimore 2
  11. Kingston [N.Y.] 2
  12. Lexington, K 2
  13. New-York  2
  14. Alexandria, D.C.]  1
  15. Baltimore]  1
  16. Brooklyn 1
  17. Harrisburgh [Pa.] 1
  18. Lancaster [Pa.] 1
  19. New York  1
  20. New-York-- 1
  21. New-York]  1
  22. Petersburg, Va.]  1
  23. Richmond 1
  24. Trenton  1
  25. Trenton]  1
  26. Washington [Pa.] 1
  27. Washington, D.C.]  1

Verlage

  1. Alex. Ming, (successor to H. Gaine) 104, Water-Street. 4
  2. John Bioren, no. 88 Chesnut Street. 4
  3. Alex. Ming, (successor to H. Gaine) 102, Water-Street. 3
  4. Alexander Ming, (successor to Hugh Gaine,) 104 Water-Str't. Where may be had, the New-York pocket almanack. 3
  5. Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 190 and 195 Greenwich-Street. Where may be had the New-York pocket and sheet almanacs. 3
  6. Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Sherman & Mershon. 3
  7. Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 195 and 213, Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket and sheet almanacs. 3
  8. Printed for, and sold by, James Crukshank, no. 87, High-Street. 3
  9. Printed for, and sold by, Joseph and James Crukshank, no. 87, High-Street. 3
  10. Alex. Ming, (successor to H. Gaine) 104 Water-Street. 2
  11. Alexander Ming, (successor to Hugh Gaine) No. 102, Water-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket almanack. 2
  12. John Adams. 2
  13. John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut-Street, where is also published, "The Annual compting house sheet almanac," and "Pennsylvania pocket almanac." 2
  14. John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut-Street, where is also published, "The Annual compting house sheet almanack," and "Pennsylvania pocket almanack." 2
  15. Lydia R. Bailey, printer, No. 10, North Alley. 2
  16. Ming & Young, (successors to H. Gaine) 90, William-Street. 2
  17. Ming and Young, (successors to Hugh Gaine) No. 102, Water-Street. Where may be had the New-York pocket almanac. 2
  18. Ming and Young, (successors to Hugh Gaine) No. 90, William-Street. Where may be had the New-York pocket almanack. 2
  19. Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 195 and 213 Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket and sheet almanacs. 2
  20. Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 195 and 213 Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket and sheet almanacs. 2
  21. Printed for Mathew Carey. Lydia R. Bailey, printer, no. 10, North Alley. 2
  22. Printed for, and sold, wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, No. 195 and 213, Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket & sheet almanacs. 2
  23. Alexander Ming, (successor to Hugh Gaine) No. 104, Water-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket almanack. 1
  24. Alexander Ming, (successor to Hugh Gaine,) 104 Water-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket almanack. 1
  25. Alexander Ming, (successor to Hugh Gaine,) No. 104 Water-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket almanack. 1
  26. Bonsal & Niles, 173, Market-Street, Baltimore. 1
  27. Bonsal & Niles, Market-Street Wilmington. 1
  28. Bonsal & Niles, at their book-store, Market-Street, Wilmington. 1
  29. Bonsal & Niles, for William Pryce, Market-Street, Wilmington. 1
  30. D. Longworth 1
  31. Henry and Benjamin Grimler. 1
  32. James J. Wilson, wholesale and retail. 1
  33. James Oram, No. 114 Water-Street, and sold wholesale and retail. 1
  34. James Oram, No. 114, Water-Street. 1
  35. James Oram, and sold at his book store and printing office, near Mr. Milnor's store. 1
  36. James Oram, and sold at his book-store and printing-office, near Mr. Milnor's store. 1
  37. James Oram, for D. Smith & Forman, No. 168, Greenwich Street, New-York. 1
  38. James Oram, for Daniel D. Smith, no. 70 Vesey-Street, New-York 1
  39. James Oram, for Evert Duyckinck, No. 119, Pearl-Street. 1
  40. James Oram, for G. & R. Waite, No. 64 and 88, Maiden-Lane. 1
  41. James Oram, for George Jansen, no. 116 Broadway, New-York. 1
  42. James Oram, for John Reid, No. 106, Water-Street. 1
  43. James Oram, for John Tiebout, No. 238, Water-Street, New-York. 1
  44. James Oram, for Smith & Forman, No. 213 Greenwich-Street. 1
  45. James Oram, for the booksellers in town and country. 1
  46. James Oram. 1
  47. John Adams, for J. Johnson 1
  48. John Adams, for J. Johnson. 1
  49. John Adams, for M. Carey. 1
  50. John Bioren, for B. Johnson, no. 31, Market-Street, J. Johnson, no. 147, Market-Street, and R. Johnson, no. 2, North Third-Street. 1
  51. John Bioren, for Benjamin Johnson no. 30, and Jacob Johnson no. 147, High-Street. 1
  52. John Bioren, for J. Conrad & Co. no. 30, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia; M. and J. Conrad and Co. no. 140 Market Street, Baltimore. 1
  53. John Bioren, for William Young Birch, No. 37, South Second Street. Where is published also The gentleman's pocket remembrancer. 1
  54. John Bioren, no. 88 Chesnut Street 1
  55. John Bioren, no. 88 Chesnut-Street. 1
  56. John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut Street, where is also published, the Annual counting-house sheet almanac, and Pennsylvania pocket almanac. 1
  57. John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut Street, where is also published, the Annual counting-house sheet almanac. 1
  58. John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut-Street. 1
  59. John Wyeth, in Second-Street. 1
  60. Joseph Charless, who has on hand a variety of school books &c. which he will sell, by wholesale, at Philadelphia prices, without carriage. 1
  61. Joseph Charless, who has on hand a variety of school books, &c. which he will sell, by wholesale, at Philadelphia prices. 1
  62. Joseph Crukshank, no. 87, High Street. 1
  63. Joseph Crukshank, no. 87, Market Street. 1
  64. Ming & Young, (successors to H. Gaine) 102, Water-Street. 1
  65. Ming & Young, (successors to H. Gaine) 33, Liberty Street. 1
  66. Ming and Young, (successors to Hugh Gaine) No. 33, Liberty-Street. Where may be had the New-York pocket almanack. 1
  67. Peter Stewart for Robert Stewart, travelling book-seller of Monmouth County, New Jersey. 1
  68. Printed & sold by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 195 & 213 Greenwich-Street. 1
  69. Printed & sold by Warner & Hanna. 1
  70. Printed [by Ann Cochran Coles, Philadelphia] for Robert Stewart, travelling bookseller. 1
  71. Printed [by James Oram] for Evert Duyckinck, No. 110, Pearl-Street. 1
  72. Printed [by James Oram] for John Tiebout, no. 238, Water-Street. 1
  73. Printed [by John Scull?] for the benefit of the family of the late John Colerick. Where store keepers and others may be supplied. 1
  74. Printed and for sale by Jacob Johnson 1
  75. Printed and sold by, J. Crukshank, no. 87, High-Street. 1
  76. Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, No. 195 and 213 Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York sheet almanac. 1
  77. Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, No. 70 Vesey-Street, and 213, corner of Greenwich and Barclay-streets: where may be had, the New-York sheet almanac. 1
  78. Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 190 and 195 Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket and sheet almanacs. 1
  79. Printed and sold, whole-sale and retail, by Thomas Kirk. 1
  80. Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by George Sherman. 1
  81. Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Sherman, Mershon & Thomas. 1
  82. Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, 195 and 213, Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket and sheet almanac. 1
  83. Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 195 and 213, Greenwich-Street. Where may be had, the New-York pocket & sheet almanacs. 1
  84. Printed for Benjamin and Thomas Kite, no. 20, North Third-Street. Lydia R. Bailey, printer. 1
  85. Printed for Daniel Rapine, Washington City. 1
  86. Printed for George Pryor, (successor to R. Johnson.) No. 2, North Third Street. R. Bailey, printer. 1
  87. Printed for M. Carey. Robert Bailey, printer. 1
  88. Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 118, Market Street, Philadelphia-- 1
  89. Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street, Philadelphia--by J.J. Wilson, Trenton, (N.J.) 1
  90. Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street, Philadelphia--by John Bioren 1
  91. Printed for Mathew Carey. 1
  92. Printed for Mathew Carey. Robert Bailey, printer 1
  93. Printed for Robert Cochran, 108, Race-Street [by Lydia R. Bailey]. 1
  94. Printed for Robert Stewart, travelling bookseller, Monmouth County, New-Jersey. 1
  95. Printed for the editor and for sale at the bookstore of Samuel Stansbury 1
  96. Printed for the publisher, by William W. Woodward, No. 52, South Second, corner of Chesnut Street. 1
  97. Printed for the publisher, by William W. Woodward, No. 52, south Second, corner of Chesnut-Streets [sic]. 1
  98. Printed for the publisher. 1
  99. Printed for, and sold by Kimber & Conrad, no. 93, Market-Street. 1
  100. Printed for, and sold by Robert and John Gray, Alexandria. 1

Sprache

  1. Englisch 152
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