Boston: Printed by J. Draper, . pp., including a woodcut on the second page. Stitched. First and last pages soiled; foxing. Text tanning. A fair copy. Item #WRCAM41185
An early almanac by one of the most prolific almanac makers in colonial America. Ames' run of almanacs predated Benjamin Franklin's POOR RICHARD'S by eight years. Ames had a long and notable career, producing popular and highly-regarded almanacs for more than fifty years. The woodcut is an image of an Annular eclipse to be expected on August 14th. Includes a one page excerpt from Dr. Cheyne's "practical Essay on the Regimen of Diet." EVANS 7607. DRAKE 3105. NAIP w029771.