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Edinburgh : Printed by R. Fleming, and sold by the widow of James Voy in the Advocate's Close, and by the booksellers in town and country, [1756]
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by Low, Nathanael, 1740-1808
[Boston] : Printed and sold by T. & J. Fleet, in Boston. (The only proprietors of Dr. Low's copy right.) Where may be had their Pocket almanack and register, for 1796, [1795]
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by George, Daniel, 1757 or 8-1804
[Boston] Massachusetts-Bay : Printed and sold by Draper and Phillips, at the new printing-office, next door but one to the sign of the Lamb-Tavern, in Newbury-Street, Boston; J. Mycall, in Newbury-Port.--Also, by most booksellers and shopkeepers in the neighbouring towns. (Price 6d single, and 4s per dozen.), [1776]
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by Low, Nathanael, 1740-1808
[Boston] : Printed and sold by T. & J. Fleet, in Boston. (The only proprietors of Dr. Low's copy right.) Where may be had their Pocket almanack and Register, for 1792, [1791]
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by Ames, Nathaniel, 1741-1822
Boston : Printed and sold by the printers and booksellers [i.e, R. & S. Draper, T. & J. Fleet, Edes & Gill, and Kneeland & Adams] Price two pistareens per-dozen. Five coppers single, [1766]
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by Rider, Cardanus
London : Printed by H. Woodfall, for the Company of Stationers, 1761
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Edinburgh : Printed by David Ramsay, (at the Edinburgh Evening Courant Office,) and sold by the booksellers, [1787]
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