Rider"s British Merlin for the year of our Lord God 1779
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Rider"s British Merlin for the year of our Lord God 1779 adorned with many delightful and useful verities fitting all capacities in the islands of Great Britain"s monarchy. by Cardanus Rider

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Published by Printed for the Company of Stationers in London .
Written in English


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Rider's British Merlin for the year of our Lord being the first after bissextile or leap year: adorned with many delightful and useful verities fitting all capacities in the islands of Great Britain's Monarchy, with notes of husbandry, fairs, marts, and tables for many necessary uses / by: Rider. RIDER’s () British Merlin: Adorn’d with Many Delightful Varieties and Useful Verities, for the Year of our Lord God, by Cardanus Rider was published in by the Company of Stationers in London. The text is an almanac with advice and extra tips for medicine and agriculture and includes extra blank pages for the owner to keep a. Cardanus Rider. Rider's British Merlin: for the year of our Lord God / by Cardanus Rider Rider, Cardanus. (). Rider's British merlin: for the year of Our Lord God Being the third after bissextile, or leap year. Adorned with many delightful and useful verities fitting all capacities in the islands of Great Britain's Monarchy. With notes of husbandry, fairs, marts, high roads, and tables for many necessary uses.

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H. Rider Haggard, KBE (/ ˈ h æ ɡ ər d /; – ) was an English writer, largely of adventure fiction, but also of eighth child of a Norfolk barrister and squire, through family connections he gained employment with Sir Henry Bulwer during the latter's service as lieutenant-governor of Natal, South Africa. Rider Haggard travelled to southern Africa in and.   By early , it had become increasingly clear that the Allies would win the Second World War. Around the same time, it also became increasingly clear to many Christian intellectuals on both sides of the Atlantic that the soon-to-be-victorious nations were not culturally or morally prepared for their success. A war won by technological superiority merely laid the groundwork for a post-war. 1. Author(s): Rider,Cardanus Title(s): Rider's British Merlin: for the year of our Lord God : adorn'd with many delightful and useful verities, fitting all capacities in the islands of Great Britain's monarchy ; with notes of husbandry / compiled for his country's benefit by Cardanus Rider. Poor Richard. Franklin borrowed the name "Richard Saunders" from the seventeenth-century author of Rider's British Merlin, a popular London almanac which continued to be published throughout the eighteenth in created the Poor Richard persona based in part on Jonathan Swift's pseudonymous character, "Isaac Bickerstaff".In a series of three letters in and , known as .