Volumes in the collection: John Adams' Southampton Almanac
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Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 11 should remember that Liverpool is now a city, and, as Southampton bears a great resemblance to that place, there is no knowing what we may come to. It may be tha [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 65 Custom House, Canute Road. Collector and Receiver of Wreck—Edgar Bates, Esq. In-Dogr Department. Principal Clerk—A. L. Tanner, Esq. Clerk, 1stClass—G. Douglas, E [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON A-LMANAQ;K. 80 . JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON TIDE TABLE, Compiled from the Tables published by order of the Lords Commissioners ;; of the Admiralty, showing the time of High Wat [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 105 JULY opens with rainy and cool weather, 3rd, fairer ; 4th, fine ; 6th and 7th, variable; 8th, fair; 9th, variable; 10th to 12th, fine; 13th, breezy; 14th, fair; [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. Ill THE YEAR AND ITS DIVISIONS. By the addition of an extra day in Leap Year, the average length of the Common or Julian Year (Old Style, O.'S.) was brought to 365 [...]
Full text:[...] 11th Month,~1 MM. J NOVEMBER—30 days. ziSQB HAVE so rowan OVER SOULS. THE MOON'S CHANGES. Ffrsf Qwar&r ...... 1st, .... 37 mln. past 2 afternoon. Full Moon ........ 9th, .... 50 mln. past 9 morning. [...]
Full text:[...] LAW SITTINGS, ECLIPSES, AND MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. INTEREST TABLE. Without giving an elaborate series of tabulated figures to ascertain the interest due on any given sum at 2&, 8, 5, or any other [...]
Full text:[...] STAMPS, TAXES, LICENCES, EXCISE DUTIES, &o. BILL STAMPS. 4 s.d. Not exceeding........ 5 .. o l "40"\ fio.. 02 _70V Lioo.. io And every addl tl onal 4100, or fraction of 4100—is. DATS op GnAOE.—Bills [...]
Full text:[...] 208 JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. was in debt to a large amount. He had numerous" friends amongst the smugglers, so he removed his bed from the VicarageTo the church where he slept in the chance [...]
Full text:[...] JOHN ADAMS'S SOUTHAMPTON ALMANACK. 211 number was drowned, and three others were frozen to death. At length a Cornishman recognised the Deadman Lights. They were all so exhausted that they had to be [...]
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