ID 6911
Last Name Coles
First Name Ann Cochran
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Printer Cochran's Philadelphia almanac, for the year of our Lord 1812. Being bissextile or Leap-Year. Calculated for the meridian and latitude of Philadelphia. By Joshua Sharp. 1811
Printer Elizabeth; or, The exiles of Siberia: a tale, founded upon facts. From the French of Madame Cottin. 1811
Printer Stewart's Columbian almanac, for the year of our Lord 1812.Being Bissextile or Leap Year. Calculated for the meridian and latitude of Philadelphia. By Joshua Sharp. 1811
Printer Stewart's Washington almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1812. Calculated for the meridian and latitude of Philadelphia. By Joshua Sharp. 1811
Printer An easy introduction to astronomy for young gentlemen and ladies: describing the figure, motions, and dimensions of the earth; the different seasons; gravity and light; the solar system; the transit of Venus, and its use in astronomy; the moon's motion and phases; the eclipses of the sun and moon; the cause of the ebbing and flowing of the sea, &c. By James Ferguson, F.R.S. Illustrated with copperplates. Second American, from the seventh London edition. 1812
Printer Cochran's Pennsylvania almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1813, being the first after Leap-year, and thirty-seventh—eighth of American Independence. Calculated for the meridian of Philadelphia, by Joshua Sharp. 1812
Printer Militia elections. Notice is hereby given, to the enrolled inhabitants residing within the bounds of the [blank] Company, [blank] Regiment, First Brigade, First Division, Pennsylvania Militia, that they are to meet at the house of [blank] on [blank] and then and there ... elect by ballot. 1812
Printer Report of the Watering Committee to the Select and Common Councils, November 5, 1812. Published by order of Councils. 1812
Printer Stewart's Columbian almanac, for the year of our Lord 1813. Being the first after leap-year and thirty-seventh eighth of American Independence. Calculated for the meridian of New-Jersey, by Andrew Beers, philom. 1812
Printer Stewart's East and West New-Jersey almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1813 . Calculated for the meridian of New-Jersey. 1812
Printer The first fruits, in a series of letters, by Henry Holcombe, D.D. Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Philadelphia. 1812
Printer The Requisite tables in acquiring a knowledge of arithmetic. For the use of schools 1812
Printer Gurney's easy and compendious system of short hand; adapted to the arts and sciences, and to the learned professions. Improved by Thomas Sergeant. Third American Edition. 1813
Printer Stewart's East and West Jersey almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1814. being the second after Leap-year, and thirty-eighth of American Independence. Calculated for the lattitude [sic] and meridian of Philadelphia, By Joshua Sharp. 1813
Printer Stewart's Washington almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1814. Being the second after Leap-year, and thirty-eighth of American Independence. Calculated for the lattitude [sic] and meridian of Philadelphia, By Abraham Shoemaker. 1813
Printer The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great by Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Sixth American edition. 1813
Printer The Life of Bampfylde Moore Carew, sometime King of the Beggars; containing an accurate history of his travels, voyages, and adventures, from the time of his leaving school, and entering into the society of the Gipsies: also, a description of the origin, government, laws and customs of the Gipsies; the method of electing their king; and an account of the characters assumed by the author to practise his deceptions. 1813
Printer The rectifier, or A survey of the streets of the city of Philadelphia. 1813
Printer Proceedings of the Baptist Convention for Missionary Purposes; held in Philadelphia, in May, 1814. 1814
Printer Stewart's Columbian almanac, for the year of our Lord 1815. Being the third after Leap-year, and thirty-ninth of American Independence. Calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia, by Andrew Bears. 1814
Printer Stewart's East and West Jersey almanac, for the year of our Lord 1815. Being the third after Leap-year, and thirty ninth of American Independence. Calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia. By Abraham Shoemaker. 1814
Printer Stewart's Washington almanac, for the year of our Lord 1815. Calculated for the latitude and meridian of Philadelphia, by Abraham Shoemaker. 1814
Printer The doctrine of predestination examined. A sermon, delivered at Mangohick Church, King William County, Virginia; on Lord's Day, October 9th, 1814; at the annual meeting of the Baptist Dover Association; and published at their request. By Jacob Grigg. 1815
Printer The Pennsylvania spelling book. By an association of teachers. 1815
Printer The Youth's primer; or, A first book for children. 1815

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"Coles, Ann Cochran" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 6911, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/6911. Accessed 2024-04-25.

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