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A political survey of Britain: being a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, revenues, colonies, and commerce of this island. Intended to shew That we have not as yet approached near the Summit of Improvement, but that it will afford Employment to many Generations before they push to their utmost Extent the natural Advantages of Great Britain. In four volumes. By John Campbell, L. L. D.
Dublin: T. Ewing, Capel-Street; and C. Jenkin, Dame-Street., 1775.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|George Turnbull||Volume 2||7/24/1789||8/3/1789||Campbell's Survey||Self|
|John G. Leake||Volume 1||3/31/1790||4/2/1790||Campbells survey|
|John G. Leake||Volume 2||4/2/1790||4/7/1790||"|
|John G. Leake||Volume 3||4/7/1790||4/12/1790||"|
|John G. Leake||Volume 4||4/19/1790||5/21/1790||1s/10p||"|
|Patrick Murdoch||Volume 1||5/3/1790||5/7/1790||Campbells survey|
|Patrick Murdoch||Volume 2||5/7/1790||5/10/1790||"|
|Patrick Murdoch||Volume 3||5/10/1790||5/14/1790||"|
|Patrick Murdoch||Volume 4||5/21/1790||5/24/1790||Campbells survey|
|Matthew Clarkson||Volume 1||8/21/1800||8/25/1800||Campbell's Survey|