New York City directory, 1799Additional title: Longworth's American almanack, New-York register, and city directory, for the twenty-fourth year of American independenceAdditional title: Longworth's American almanack, New-York register, and city directory
NamesLongworth, David, 1765?-1821 (Publisher)Shoemaker, Abraham (Compiler)John C. Totten and Co. (Printer)
New York City directories
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1799Place: New-YorkPublisher: Printed by John C. Totten and Co., no. 66, Nassau-Street
Library locationsIrma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and GenealogyShelf locator: *KSB (New York, 1797-1842. Longworth's) 24th (1799)
TopicsNew York (N.Y.) -- DirectoriesAlmanacs, AmericanBusiness enterprises -- New York (State) -- New YorkNew York (N.Y.)New York (State) -- New York
NotesContent: In some issues, almanac has special title page: 22nd-29th (1797-1804): Astronomical calculations for the ... year of American independence ... by Abraham Shoemaker; 31st-36th (1806-1811), Longworth's New-York almanack [later "almanac"]; for the ... year of American independence, commencing the fourth of July ...; 37th-42nd (1812-1817), Longworth's New-York almanac, for the year of our Lord ... [37th-40th: year following year of publication; 41st-42nd: inclusive years, as "1816-17"].Content: Some issues have special title page preceding register section, with title beginning: List of duties, payable by law on all goods, wares, and merchandise, imported into the United States of America, in American or foreign vessels ...Statement of responsibility: Editors: 22nd-30th (1797-1805), David Longworth; 31st-67th (1806-1842), Thomas Longworth.Statement of responsibility: Compilers of almanac: 22nd-29th (1797-1804), Abraham Shoemaker; 33rd-42nd (1808-1817), Andrew Beers.Content: Some issues include engraved plates and/or other illustrative matter, some on folded leaves, for example, 22nd (1797): "A view of the new theatre in New York," signed: Tisdale delin. et sc.; 40th (1815) and others: "P.M. Stollenwerck's Mechanical Panorama," engraved by T. Simonne, after J.B. Bourgoin.Content: Most issues include advertising.Additional physical form: Also issued on microfiche from Primary Source Microfilm, Woodbridge CT.Additional physical form: Also available online via HathiTrust and Google Books (selected issues only); Early American Imprints (22nd-44th, 1797-1819); and Gateway to North America (22nd-67th, 1797-1842).
Physical DescriptionExtent: 1 volume : illustrations ; 15-21 cm
Type of ResourceText
IdentifiersNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b15325019RLIN/OCLC: 6128039Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): acf65220-81d1-0134-1bca-00505686a51c
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