Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Alexander HamiltonHistory of the Honourable Edward Mortimer. By a lady.
transcribed: Edward Mortimer
Albinia Gwynn12/30/17891/4/1790Mr. Renselaer
Alexander HamiltonEleonora. By M. Goethe, author of the Sorrows of Werter. To which is added A poetic epistle from Werter to Charlotte.
transcribed: Eleonora
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe4/3/17904/7/1790Mr. Renselaer
Philip EbertThe history of the Five Indian nations of Canada
transcribed: Hist 5 Indian Nations
Cadwallader Colden11/29/179112/12/1791
Philip EbertNegro Plot
transcribed: Negro Plot
Philip EbertMatrimonial Preceptor
transcribed: Matrimonial Preceptor
Philip EbertBell’s edition of Shakespeare’s plays, as they are now performed at the Theatres Royal in London; regul... Volume 8
transcribed: Shakespeare
Philip EbertThe fortunate country maid. Being the entertaining memoirs of the present celebrated Marchioness of L.V. Wh... Volume 1
transcribed: Country Maid
Philip EbertThe fortunate country maid. Being the entertaining memoirs of the present celebrated Marchioness of L.V. Wh... Volume 2
transcribed: "
Philip EbertJuliet Grenville
transcribed: Granville
Philip EbertGreville Volume 2
transcribed: Greville
Philip EbertThe voyages and adventures of Captain Robert Boyle, in several parts of the world. Intermix’d with the story of Mrs...
transcribed: Boyele's Voyages
William Rufus Chetwood3/6/17923/19/1792
Philip EbertThe history of England, from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the revolution in 1688. By David Hume, Esq. A... Volume 1
transcribed: Hume
Philip EbertFair Syrian
transcribed: Fair Syrian
Robert Bage3/22/17924/3/1792
Philip EbertFair Syrian Volume 2
transcribed: "
Philip EbertEvelina; or, the history of a young lady’s entrance into the world.
transcribed: Evelina
Fanny Burney4/16/17925/7/1792
Philip EbertNavigantium atque itinerantium bibliotheca Volume 1
transcribed: Harris Trav
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