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[Stearns, Samuel] (“Hutchins, Abraham”) [1741-1809]. Father Hutchins revived: being an almanac and ephemeris; of the motions of the sun and moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the rising and setting of the sun; and the rising, setting, and southing of the moon; for the year of our Lord 1794: being the second after bissextile, or leap-year and the 18th of American independence, until the 4th of July calculated for the meridian of New-Yark; but without an material alteration will answer for the states of Jew-Jersey and Connecticut, as well as the states adjacent to those. Containing also, the lunations, conjections, eclipses, judgment of the wather, rising and setting of the planets, length of days and nights, courts, roads, &c. Together with useful tables, chronological observations, and entertaining remarks. By Father Abraham Hutchins, mathematician. New-York, printed for and sold by John Reid No. 17. Water Street [1793].

In 8°, [A]6 B-C6, cc. [18].

E’ la sola uscita di questo apparente almanacco americano (apparente perché gli almanacchi hanno in genere varie edizioni). “Father Abraham Hutchins” è uno pseudonimo usato da Stearns per approfittare della fama, nello Stato di New York, del matematico John Nathan Hutchins.

Esemplari: Henry Huntington Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California; Library Company of Philadelphia; Newberry Library, Chicago; Boston Public Library.