3 edition of Riders 1659 Brittish Merlin ... found in the catalog.
Riders 1659 Brittish Merlin ...
by Printed by R. & W. Leybourn for the Company of Stationers in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Rider"s British Merlin, Rider"s British Merlin.|
|Statement||made and compiled for the benefit of his countrey by Schardanus Riders.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1393:9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
Rider's British Merlin for the year of our Lord God adorn'd with many delightful and useful verities, fitting all capacities in the islands of Great Britain's monarchy: with notes of husbandry, fairs, marts, high roads, and tables for many necessary uses / by: Rider, Cardanus. Saunders published Rider’s British Merlin, a popular almanac published from until the s. The name Poor Richard was adapted from another British almanac, Poor Robin which was first published in The pseudonym Richard Saunders was initially distinct from Franklin but throughout the years it became linked with Franklin’s character.
The Rider’s British Merlin is a charming almanac featuring a variety of ‘delightful and useful’ information. Important calendar dates; notes on the weather, phases of the moon and advice on farming and health are noted by month, while historical timelines and lists of members of the house of peers and house of commons feature as. London: Printed by R. Nutt, for the Company of Stationers, First edition. , ; 43, ; 43, ; 36; 40 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Mottled calf, spine neatly.
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Rider's British Merlin has 48 unnumbered pages, with the calendar section interleaved with blank leaves. The Court Kalendar has numbered pages.
Fairly well worn binding, with gilt decorations, front endpaper part detached, small tear to one page of the Merlin, which also has some contemporary notes on the blank leaves. Riders Brittish Merlin: demonstrating the true nature of the year notes of husbandry.
[Cardanus Rider] Early English books online. Other Titles: Rider's British Merlin. Responsibility: made and compiled for the benefit of his countrey by Schardanus Riders. Reviews.
Riders () British Merlin bedect with many delightful varieties and useful verities fitting the longitude and latitude of all capacities within the islands of Great Britain's monarchy, and chronological observations of principal note to this yearbeing the second from the bissextile or leap-year: with notes of husbandry, physick, fairs & mart[s].
Rider's British Merlin was one of the earliest almanacs to be published, issued from until at least Content. The almanac contained the calendar, weather, and astronomical and astrological information that a typical almanac of the period would contain. The pages for each month of the year were accompanied by advice on what, and what not to eat and drink, and otherwise how to keep in.
Riders British Merlin [microform]: bedeckt with many delightful varieties and useful verities, fitting the longitude and latitude of all capacities within the islands of Great Britain's monarchy: with chronological observations of principal note to this yearbeing the second from bissextile or leap-year: to which is added the sun and moons rising & setting: also, useful notes of.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The book displayed here is the more modest Riders British Merlin which first appeared in and continued to be published well into the nineteenth century.
Riders was published under the control of the Stationers' Company which maintained a virtual monopoly over the lucrative almanac trade until the eighteenth century. Merlin is a British business dedicated to bringing the best motorcycle gear to you.
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Issued annually from until the early 19th century, "Rider's British Merlin" was the almanac of choice for English gentlemen, and came pocket-sized and handsomely bound, as here.
The "Merlin" is believed to be the invention of physician and astrologer Richard Saunders (ca. ), who rearranged (most of) the letters of his name to.
Rider's British Merlin was first published in and continued into the 19th century. Extremely scarce. This is the earliest available edition and only one of its kind to be found anywhere on the internet.
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- 26 Dec. [?]; four entries in ; entries, 5 Feb. - 20 June Inscribed "Crescentius Matherus" and bound in Rider's "British Merlin," leaves.