Boston: Printed and Sold by John W. Folsom, No. 30, Union-Street..., 1789. 12 leaves, as issued. Stitched and untrimmed. With contemporary ink notes on agriculture, harvesting, farm animals, cider. ESTC attributes authorship to Bullard, whose data on eclipses and other astronomical subjects coincides with other material bearing his name. The almanac prints, in addition to the normal astronomical data, the Impost Law of the United States, an early Congressional enactment of the First Congress. It is signed in type by George Washington and dated July 4, 1789. Evans 22250. Drake 3439. ESTC W25236. (Inventory #: 34436)
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