James Rivington (1724 - 7/1802)

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Borrowing activity from 12/14/1789 to 4/12/1791.

James Rivington (1724 – July 1802) was an English-born American journalist who published one of the most infamous Loyalist newspapers in the American colonies, Rivington's Gazette. Some scholars in the 1950s determined that despite all outward appearances, Rivington was a member of the American Culper Spy Ring.

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Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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James Rivington Library Average
Full Title Author Volume Date Out Date In Rep. Fine Ledger
Transcribed: Encyclopedia FrenchDenis Diderot; Jean le Rond d'Alembert Volume 2312/14/178912/30/1789
Transcribed: "Denis Diderot; Jean le Rond d'Alembert Volume 2012/30/17891/20/1790
Transcribed: EleonoraJohann Wolfgang von Goethe4/21/17904/27/1790
Transcribed: Female StabilityCharlotte PalmerVolume 14/27/17904/30/1790
Transcribed: "Charlotte PalmerVolume 24/30/17905/9/1790
Transcribed: "Charlotte PalmerVolume 35/9/17905/13/1790
Transcribed: "Charlotte PalmerVolume 45/13/17905/16/1790
Transcribed: CarolineThomas Holcroft; Isabelle de Montolieu Volume 15/16/17905/21/1790
Transcribed: "Thomas Holcroft; Isabelle de Montolieu Volume 25/21/17905/25/1790
Transcribed: EmmelineCharlotte Turner SmithVolume 15/25/17906/10/1790
Transcribed: Julia MandevilleFrances Moore Brooke6/19/17906/24/1790
Transcribed: DeliaMrs. Mary PilkingtonVolume 16/24/17906/28/1790
Transcribed: ExcursionFrances Moore BrookeVolume 16/29/17907/1/1790
Transcribed: Unfash wife7/1/17907/2/1790
Transcribed: GamestersAnna Maria MacKenzieVolume 17/1/17907/1/1790
Transcribed: MatildaLadyVolume 27/2/17907/3/1790
Transcribed: GamestersAnna Maria MacKenzieVolume 17/5/17907/12/1790
Transcribed: "Anna Maria MacKenzieVolume 27/12/17907/20/1790
Transcribed: LouisaElizabeth HelmeVolume 17/20/17908/3/1790
Transcribed: "Elizabeth HelmeVolume 28/3/17908/3/1790
Transcribed: An ReviewThomas ChristieVolume 610/24/179010/29/1790
Transcribed: Monthly ReviewVolume 8110/31/179011/4/1790
Transcribed: Julia de GramontVolume 111/4/179011/7/1790
Transcribed: Theo & ConstantiaJohn LanghorneVolume 111/11/179011/24/1790
Transcribed: Harrisons ClassicsVolume 512/1/179012/10/1790
Transcribed: "Volume 312/20/17901/10/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 41/10/17911/12/1791
Transcribed: GrevilleSusanna Harvey KeirVolume 11/12/17911/23/1791
Transcribed: AnacharisJ.-J. (Jean-Jacques) BarthélemyVolume 11/14/17911/23/1791
Transcribed: An. ReviewThomas ChristieVolume 11/23/17911/30/1791
Transcribed: Monthly ReviewVolume 801/30/17911/31/1791
Transcribed: "Volume 811/31/17912/1/1791
Transcribed: Litterary Mag 1790 2/1/17912/1/1791
Transcribed: An. ReviewThomas ChristieVolume 72/2/17912/14/1791
Transcribed: CookJames CookVolume 13/3/17913/3/1791
Transcribed: "James CookVolume 23/5/17913/6/1791
Transcribed: French EncyDenis Diderot; Jean le Rond d'Alembert Volume 233/6/17913/14/1791
Transcribed: "Denis Diderot; Jean le Rond d'Alembert Volume 243/14/17913/25/1791
Transcribed: "Denis Diderot; Jean le Rond d'Alembert Volume 253/30/17914/12/1791
Transcribed: "Denis Diderot; Jean le Rond d'Alembert Volume 264/12/1791
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