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ISNI: 
0000 0000 7691 5021
Name: 
Citizen of Philadelphia
David Rittenhouse
David Rittenhouse (American astronomer)
David Rittenhouse (Amerikaans astronoom (1732-1796))
David Rittenhouse (amerikansk matematikar og astronom)
David Rittenhouse (amerikansk matematiker och astronom)
David Rittenhouse (amerikansk matematiker og astronom)
David Rittenhouse (US-amerikanischer Astronom und Mathematiker, erster Direktor der United States Mint)
Rittenhouse, D.
Rittenhouse, David
Rittenhouse, David (American instrument maker, astronomer, mathematician, 1732-1796)
Ντέιβιντ Ρίτενχαουζ (Αμερικανός αστρονόμος, εφευρέτης, μαθηματικός, κατασκευαστής επιστημονικών οργάνων και κρατικός αξιωματούχος)
Риттенхаус, Дэвид
ديفيد ريتنهاوس
डेविड रिटनहाउस
戴维·里滕豪斯
Dates: 
1732-1796
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American Almanac Collection (Library of Congress)
Carey, Mathew (1760-1839))
Foster, Theodore (1752-1828))
Hindle, Brooke
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
Pennsylvania. Council of Safety
Printed Ephemera Collection (Library of Congress)
Reiche, Charles Christopher
Rittenhouse, David (1732-1796))
William Duane Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of Our Lord ...
brief view of the accounts of the Treasury of Pennsylvania., A
Elogium intended to perpetuate the memory of David Rittenhouse. -, An
Fifteen discourses on the marvellous works in nature delivered by a father to his children: calculated to make mankind feel, in every thing, the very presence of a Supreme Being, and to influence their minds with a permanent delight in, and firm reliance upon, the directions of an almighty, all-good, and all-wise Creator, and Governor. By Charles Christopher Reiche, M.A.
In Council of Safety, November 27, 1776. To the freemen of the city and liberties of Philadelphia : fellow citizens, It is our duty to inform you, that our enemies are advancing upon us, and that the most vigourous measures alone can save this city, from falling into their hands. ... Let us defend ourselves like men determined to be free. And we do most earnestly request, that you will meet your fellow citizens at the State-House, to-morrow morning, at ten o'clock, there publicly to determine, what measures we shall pursue ...
In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 8, 1776 : Sir, there is certain intelligence of General Howe's army being yesterday on its march from Brunswick to Princetown, which puts it beyond a doubt that he intends for this city. ... We entreat you to march the militia under your command with all possible expedition to this city, and bring with you as many waggons as you can possibly procure, .
Lucy Sampson, 1789:
most important clock in America, 2009:, The
oration, delivered February 24, 1775, before the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia, for Promoting Useful Knowledge. By David Rittenhouse, A.M. member of the said society, An
scientific writings of David Rittenhouse, The
short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States. By Mathew Carey., A
This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] between [blank] of one part, and the Trustees of the General Loan Office of the Province of Pennsylvania ...
Virginia almanack, for the year ... (Williamsburg, Va.), 1777:
Weatherwise's town and country almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1782 ... Calculated for the meridian of Boston, New-England, lat. 42: 25 n. But will also serve the adjacent states without any sensible error. By Abraham Weatherwise, philom.
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