The Boston Almanac for the Year ...

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S.N. Dickinson, 1847 - Almanacs, American

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Page 2 - The 15th Presidential Term of four years, since the establishment of the Government of the United States under the Constitution, began on the 4th of March, 1845.
Page 2 - The following are the principal officers in the Executive Department of the Government, who form the Cabinet, and who
Page 153 - Circulars, handbills, and advertisements, printed or lithographed, on paper not larger than quarto post or single cap, folded and directed, but unsealed, 2 cents per sheet, any distance ; when sealed, same
Page 153 - letters. On pamphlets, magazines, periodicals, and every other kind of printed or other matter, (except newspapers, circulars, hand-bills, and advertisements,) unconnected with any manuscript communication, weighing one ounce or less,
Page 174 - MORTON, • Dentist, 19 Tremont Row, Boston. Teeth extracted without Pain. Persons calling at the office of Dr. Morton, and inhaling his compound, can have their Teeth extracted without pain. Certificates of medical men of the highest authority, that the inhalation
Page 153 - ounce to be disregarded. Circulars on sheets larger than cap are rated as pamphlets. Newspapers, (when sent by the editors or publishers thereof,) if they do not exceed 1,900 superficial inches,/^,
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Page 1 - EXPLANATION OF THE CALENDAR COLUMNS. The 1st column gives the Day of the Month. The 2d column gives the Day of the Week. The 3d (double column) gives the time of Sunrise and Sunset.
Page 123 - Exeter River, a branch of the Piscataqua, at the head of tide water. The Falls
Page 170 - Sheet Isinglass, or Mica, for Compass Cards, Signal. Battle, Engine, common and other Lanterns,

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