Peter Augustus Jay (1/24/1776 - 2/22/1843)

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Borrowing activity from 4/17/1800 to 6/6/1803.

Peter Augustus Jay (January 24, 1776 – February 22, 1843) was the eldest son of New York's only native Founding Father, John Jay. Peter was one of 6 children born to John Jay and Sarah Livingston Jay, and one of two boys (brother William was born in 1789) with four sisters: Susan (born and died in 1780); Maria (b. 1782), Ann (b. 1783) and Sarah Louisa (b. 1792).

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

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Full Title Author Volume Date Out Date In Rep. Fine Ledger
Transcribed: Reynold's DiscoursesJoshua Reynolds4/17/18004/28/1800
Transcribed: Reynold DiscoursesJoshua Reynolds4/19/18004/28/1803
Transcribed: Grey's HudibrasZachary GreyVolume 26/9/18006/21/1800
Transcribed: Grays HudsbanZachary GreyVolume 26/9/18006/21/1803
Transcribed: SwiftJonathan SwiftVolume 37/16/18007/26/1800
Transcribed: SwiftJonathan SwiftVolume 37/16/18007/26/1803
Transcribed: Anti-JacobinVolume 17/30/18008/4/1800
Transcribed: Anto-JacobinVolume 17/30/18008/4/1803
Transcribed: Public Chara 18009/5/18009/8/1803
Transcribed: Public Characters 1799-1800Alexander Stephens9/5/18009/8/1800
Transcribed: Tom JonesHenry FieldingVolume 31/15/18011/16/1801
Transcribed: Tom JonesHenry FieldingVolume 31/15/18011/16/1801
Transcribed: Campaign 1796Volume 17967/25/18017/26/1801
Transcribed: Campaign 1796Volume 17967/25/18017/28/1801
Transcribed: Campaign 1797Volume 17967/28/18017/29/1801
Transcribed: "1797Volume 17967/28/18017/29/1801
Transcribed: "1795Volume 17967/29/18017/31/1801
Transcribed: Campaign 17987/29/18017/31/1801
Transcribed: Campaign 1799Volume 17997/31/18018/11/1801
Transcribed: "1799Volume 17967/31/18018/11/1801
Transcribed: Bruce's TravelsJames BruceVolume 14/29/18025/7/1802
Transcribed: Bruces TravelsJames BruceVolume 14/29/18025/7/1802
Transcribed: "James BruceVolume 25/7/18025/15/1802
Transcribed: "James BruceVolume 25/7/18025/15/1802
Transcribed: "James BruceVolume 35/15/18025/20/1802
Transcribed: "James BruceVolume 35/15/18025/20/1802
Transcribed: "James BruceVolume 45/20/18025/21/1802
Transcribed: "James BruceVolume 45/20/18025/21/1802
Transcribed: Horae PaulinaeWilliam Paley10/20/180210/22/1802
Transcribed: Hoorae PaulinaWilliam Paley10/20/180210/22/1802
Transcribed: Devil on SticksWilliam Combe; Alain René Le Sage11/27/180211/30/1802
Transcribed: Devil on SticksWilliam Combe; Alain René Le Sage11/27/180211/30/1802
Transcribed: Tom JonesHenry FieldingVolume 311/27/180211/27/1802
Transcribed: Tom JonesHenry FieldingVolume 311/27/180211/27/1802
Transcribed: The New Foundling HospitalVolume 111/30/180212/1/1802
Transcribed: Foundling HospitalSir Charles Hanbury WilliamsVolume 111/30/180212/1/1802
Transcribed: Ben Johnson's WorksBen JonsonVolume 112/1/180212/3/1802
Transcribed: Ben JohnsonsBen JonsonVolume 112/1/180212/3/1802
Transcribed: Brydone's TourPatrick Brydone12/3/180212/6/1802
Transcribed: Brydon's TourPatrick Brydone12/3/180212/6/1802
Transcribed: More's WorksVolume 612/6/180212/9/1802
Transcribed: Mores WorksVolume 612/6/180212/9/1802
Transcribed: "Volume 112/9/180212/9/1802
Transcribed: "Volume 112/9/180212/9/1802
Transcribed: "Volume 712/9/180212/11/1802
Transcribed: "Volume 712/9/180212/11/1802
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 312/11/180212/13/1802
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 312/11/180212/13/1802
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 412/11/180212/13/1802
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 412/11/180212/13/1802
Transcribed: Brydone's TourPatrick Brydone12/13/180212/16/1802
Transcribed: Brydons TourPatrick Brydone12/13/180212/16/1802
Transcribed: Gil BlasAlain René Le SageVolume 412/16/180212/20/1802
Transcribed: Gil BlasAlain René Le SageVolume 412/16/180212/20/1802
Transcribed: Children's Misscell12/20/180212/23/1802
Transcribed: Children's Miscell12/20/180212/23/1802
Transcribed: Arabian NightsVolume 112/23/180212/24/1802
Transcribed: Arabian NightVolume 112/23/180212/24/1802
Transcribed: Arabian NightsVolume 212/23/180212/24/1802
Transcribed: Arabian NightsVolume 312/23/180212/24/1802
Transcribed: Arabian NightVolume 312/23/180212/24/1802
Transcribed: Arabian NightsVolume 412/23/180212/24/1802
Transcribed: Arabian NightVolume 412/23/180212/24/1802
Transcribed: Life BonaparteDubroca6/1/18036/6/1803
Transcribed: Life BonaparteDubroca6/1/18036/6/1803
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