John Tobler. The Pennsilvania [sic] Town and Country-Man’s Almanack, for the Year of our Lord 1762. Germantown: Christopher Sower, 1761.
Almanacs were issued yearly in each major city and region in early America, and were second only to the Bible in the number of copies produced and sold. As the calendar and astronomical calculations were for one year only, almanacs were commonly discarded at the end of it, despite their sometimes elaborate and whimsical covers, as on this almanac for 1762.