Rufus King (3/24/1755 - 4/29/1827)

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Rufus King (March 24, 1755 – April 29, 1827) was an American lawyer, politician, and diplomat. He was a delegate for Massachusetts to the Continental Congress. He also attended the Constitutional Convention and was one of the signers of the United States Constitution on September 17, 1787, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He represented New York in the United States Senate, served as Minister to Britain, and was the Federalist candidate for both Vice President (1804 and 1808) and President of the United States (1816).

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Transcribed: Montesquieu's Spirit of LawsVolume 18/3/17898/5/1789
Transcribed: Political MagazineVolume 1783.22/17/17903/31/17903s/6p
Transcribed: Life of Plato4/23/17905/7/1790
Transcribed: Sheffield on CommerceJohn Holroyd Sheffield7/12/17907/30/1790
Transcribed: Chesterfield LettersPhilip Dormer Stanhope ChesterfieldVolume 19/10/17909/27/1790
Transcribed: "Philip Dormer Stanhope ChesterfieldVolume 210/29/179011/9/1790
Transcribed: RecessVolume 11/10/17911/11/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 21/11/17911/19/1791
Transcribed: Sallust in usum delphiniSallust1/21/17912/2/1791
Transcribed: Enfields SpeakerWilliam Enfield2/2/17912/12/1791
Transcribed: Saundersons Algebra2/12/17912/28/1791
Transcribed: Life Putnam3/1/17913/4/1791
Transcribed: Saundersons Algebra3/26/17914/15/1791
Transcribed: Sheffield on CommerceJohn Holroyd Sheffield4/18/17914/18/1791
Transcribed: TheatreVolume 105/6/17915/9/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 115/9/17915/10/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 125/10/17915/13/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 135/13/17915/14/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 145/14/17915/16/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 85/16/17915/18/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 95/18/17915/20/1791
Transcribed: Garrick playsDavid Garrick5/20/17915/23/1791
Transcribed: SterneLaurence SterneVolume 15/23/17915/25/1791
Transcribed: "Laurence SterneVolume 25/25/17915/26/1791
Transcribed: Col MagVolume 15/26/17915/27/1791
Transcribed: FieldingHenry FieldingVolume 15/27/17915/28/1791
Transcribed: "Henry FieldingVolume 25/28/17915/30/1791
Transcribed: "Henry FieldingVolume 35/30/17915/31/1791
Transcribed: Simpson's EuclidSimpson5/31/17916/15/1791
Transcribed: Geogr GrammarVolume 16/17/17917/1/1791
Transcribed: An TravelsJ.-J. (Jean-Jacques) BarthélemyVolume 18/2/17918/5/1791
Transcribed: "J.-J. (Jean-Jacques) BarthélemyVolume 28/5/17918/30/1791
Transcribed: Maps "J.-J. (Jean-Jacques) Barthélemy8/13/179110/6/17916s/6p
Transcribed: Anacharis's TravelsJ.-J. (Jean-Jacques) BarthélemyVolume 8 (Plates)8/13/179110/6/17916s/6p
Transcribed: Anacharis "J.-J. (Jean-Jacques) BarthélemyVolume 38/30/17919/13/1791
Transcribed: "J.-J. (Jean-Jacques) BarthélemyVolume 49/13/17919/21/1791
Transcribed: "J.-J. (Jean-Jacques) BarthélemyVolume 59/22/179110/5/1791
Transcribed: FarcesDavid GarrickVolume 110/11/179110/14/1791
Transcribed: EthelwolfMiss Anne FullerVolume 110/14/179110/26/1791
Transcribed: "Miss Anne FullerVolume 210/28/179111/12/1791
Transcribed: " conMiss Anne FullerVolume 211/12/179111/14/1791
Transcribed: Blairs LettersHugh BlairVolume 111/23/179111/29/1791
Transcribed: Websters InstitutesNoah Webster11/29/179112/14/1791
Transcribed: " conNoah Webster12/14/179112/23/1791
Transcribed: Robertsons NavigationVolume 21/28/17922/6/1792
Transcribed: "Volume 12/6/17922/7/1792
Transcribed: "Volume 22/7/17922/24/1792
Transcribed: Childrens FriendArnaud BerquinVolume 12/15/17922/24/1792
Transcribed: Robertsons NavigationVolume 22/24/17923/14/1792
Transcribed: " conVolume 23/14/17924/2/1792
Transcribed: " conVolume 24/2/17924/21/1792
Transcribed: OtwayThomas OtwayVolume 24/29/17924/30/1792
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