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Poor Richard"s almanac

Benjamin Franklin

Poor Richard"s almanac

and other papers

by Benjamin Franklin

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Published by Houghton, Mifflin and company in Boston, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Benjamin Franklin; with notes.
SeriesThe Riverside literature series. [no. 21]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS749.A6 H6 1886
The Physical Object
Paginationiv p., 1 l., [7]-88 p.
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6550551M
LC Control Number12032374
OCLC/WorldCa3192735

  Poor Richard's Almanack - audiobook Benjamin FRANKLIN ( - ) A brief biographical sketch of Franklin's life, followed by a collection (published in ) of . Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Poor Richard's Almanack by Benjamin Franklin, , U.S.C. Publishing Co. edition, Poor Richard's almanack.

  Yesterday, we took a look at the edition of the book New Everyday Science Explained, and I had a suspicion that the earlier Everyday Science Explained by Curt Suplee (National Geographic Society, , ISBN ) might have more images, and more in color (since Richard usually worked in color watercolor and never in grey washes that I can recall. The poor have little, beggars none, the rich too much, enough not one. After 3 days men grow weary, of a wench, a guest, & weather rainy. To lengthen thy Life, lessen thy Meals. The proof of gold is fire, the proof of woman, gold; the proof of man, a woman. After feasts made, the maker scratches his head. Neither Shame nor Grace yet Bob.

First published in , this work shows Franklin's unusual and controversial approach of injecting witty, unexpected entries between standard tables of tides, planetary motion, and weather predictions in his Almanack. It became the most popular book of it's kind in colonial America. This facsimile offers a unique and entertaining look at 18th century American : The first American book on personal finance, "The Way to Wealth" by Benjamin Franklin is still the best and wisest money book ever written. Originally published in as the preface to "Poor Richard's Almanack", this little gem has been through innumerable printings and sold millions of copies to those in search of smart but entertaining advice about hard work, earning and saving money and debt.


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[74] I endeavour'd to make it both entertaining and useful, and it accordingly came to be in such demand, that I reap'd considerable profit from it, vending annually near ten thousand.

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Franklin recognized Titan Leeds' An American Almanack as his toughest competitor. To insure the success of Poor Richard, Franklin borrowed a prank from Jonathan Swift that was sure to whet the appetite of almanac consumers.