STEWART, John Watson. The Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanack, compiled by John W. Stewart, Successor to the late Mr. Samuel Watson, For the Year of our Lord IN FINE BINDING
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IN FINE BINDING
STEWART, John Watson. The Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanack, compiled by John W. Stewart, Successor to the late Mr. Samuel Watson, For the Year of our Lord, 1810, Being the Second after Leap-Year, The Fiftieth Year of George III Reign, till 25th October, and Tenth of the Union of Great Britain and Ireland. Containing, The Days of the Year and Month; Week- Days; Sun’s Rising, Setting ... a Table of Equation: Moon’s Age and Changes: the Times of High
Water at Dublin-Bar, &c. Several Tables, Altered, Renewed, or Continued. The Sovereign Princes of Europe. The Names of the Lord Lieutenant; of His Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council, and of The Lords and Commons of Parliament, and the Officers of the Militia in Ireland. Also the Judges, and several other Persons in places of High Trust and Office in Ireland both Civil and Military; The Dublin Society: The Hospitals; The Roads and Fairs; The Post-Towns, Noted Places, referring to them, and Foreign Postages. Bound with: The English Registry For Year of our Lord, 1810 (By John Watson Stewart). Bound with: Wilson’s Dublin Directory, For the Year 1810 (Printed by W. Corbet). Dublin: J.W. Stewart, & W. Corbet, 1810. Bound in contemporary full crimson morocco. Covers sumptuously tooled in gilt. ‘William Stawell Esq.’ in gilt in centre of both covers. Spine divided into six panels by Greek-key rolls, title in gilt on black morocco label in the second, the remainder tooled in gilt to a centre-and-corner design with a large lyre tool in centre; board edges hatched in gilt; turn-ins gilt; blue marbled endpapers. Signature of William Stawell on titlepage. Small nick to head of spine. All edges gilt. A fine and rare example.
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