John G. Bogart

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Borrowing activity from 11/13/1789 to 5/14/1792.
John G. Bogart was an attorney, notary public, and Vice Consul to Russia ("Secular Summary"). In August 1818, he was appointed notary of the Manhattan Bank ("John G. Bogart"). In January 1820 he was elected to the Standing Committee of the New-York Historical Society ("New-York Historical Society"). He was a member of the Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts, the American Antiquary Society, and the National Academy of Design ("Transactions"; Holmes 32; Bogart 17).

Bogart died after he fell from the stairs at the Masonic Hall in New York in December 1828 ("Secular Summary").
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Full Title Author Volume Date Out Date In Rep. Fine Ledger
Transcribed: Life of JohnstonJohn Hawkins11/13/178911/23/1789
Transcribed: Error NatureB. WalwynVolume 29/29/179110/1/1791
Transcribed: Julia de Gramont10/6/179110/19/1791
Transcribed: JuliaHelen Maria Williams10/19/179110/31/1791
Transcribed: Wits Magazine10/31/179111/17/1791
Transcribed: Poet MagVolume 411/17/179112/16/17911/6d
Transcribed: AtheniadRichard Glover12/16/179112/28/1791
Transcribed: Beauties MagVolume 212/28/179112/31/1791
Transcribed: Julia de Gramont12/31/17911/10/1792
Transcribed: Pulwhell Artur2/29/17923/1/1792
Transcribed: Cleggs Memoirs3/1/17923/5/1792
Transcribed: Rob IndiaWilliam Robertson3/5/17923/15/1792
Transcribed: Bio BrittanniaAndrew KippisVolume 13/15/17923/22/1792
Transcribed: ClafVolume 33/22/17923/28/1792
Transcribed: SpectatorSpectator3/28/17924/12/1792
Transcribed: Naman TalesPierre Jean-Baptiste Legrand d'Aussy4/12/17924/25/1792
Transcribed: SchimerCharles Sir Morell4/25/17925/14/17923d
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