Nicholas Fish (1758 - 6/20/1833)

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Borrowing activity from 11/18/1789 to 3/16/1801.

Nicholas Fish (1758–1833) was an American Revolutionary soldier, born in New York City.

He attended Princeton but left before graduating to pursue the study of law at King's College (now Columbia University) through the office of John Morin Scott in New York. There he became actively interested in the organization of the Sons of Liberty.

Nicholas Fish Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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As classified in the 1813 Library Catalog.

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Nicholas Fish Library Average
Full Title Author Volume Date Out Date In Rep. Fine Ledger
Transcribed: Pindars WorksPeter Pindar11/18/178911/27/1789
Transcribed: Pindar's WorksPeter Pindar11/18/178911/27/1789
Transcribed: Gibbons Roman EmpireEdward GibbonVolume 212/28/17891/11/1790
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 31/11/17901/22/1790
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 41/22/17901/29/1790
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 51/29/17902/5/1790
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 62/5/17902/22/1790
Transcribed: Woman as should beVolume 19/5/179911/25/1799
Transcribed: Heron's JourneyRobert Heron11/29/179912/14/1799
Transcribed: Tookes V. R EmpireWilliam Tooke4/17/18005/23/1800
Transcribed: Parke's TravelsMungo Park8/28/18009/25/1800
Transcribed: Fielding's WorksHenry FieldingVolume 911/10/180011/21/1800
Transcribed: Hume's EnglandDavid HumeVolume 111/23/18003/16/1801
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