Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Rufus KingRobinsons Navigation Volume 1
transcribed: "
Alexander MacombThe history of France, from the first establishment of that monarchy to the present revolution. Volume 1
transcribed: His france
Captain MillerFool of quality; or, the history of Henry early of Moreland. Volume 1
transcribed: Fool of Quality
John AdamsElements of criticism. The sixth edition. With the author’s last corrections and additions. ... Volume 1
transcribed: Elements of Criticism
George TurnbullGoldsmiths Animated Nature Volume 2
transcribed: Goldsmith's Animated Nature
Robert CrommelinTravels through Germany. In a series of letters; written in German by the Baron Riesbeck, and translated by... Volume 1
transcribed: Risebeck's Travels
8/3/17898/7/1789Mr Ver.k
John OnderdonckThe present state of the Empire of Morocco. Its animals, products, climate, soil, Cities, Ports, Provinces,... Volume 2
transcribed: Empire of Morocco
William HendersonThe works of the Reverend Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick’s, Dublin. In twenty volumes. ... Volume 8
transcribed: Swift
George PollockThe works of Mr. Thomas Otway, in three volumes Volume 3
transcribed: Otway's Works
Jonathan ElmerLetters from Italy, in the years 1754 and 1755, by the late Right Honourable John Earl of Corke and Orrery. Published...
transcribed: Orrery's Letters
John Boyle Orrery8/3/17898/5/1789Self
Alexander MacombContinuation of the Complete history of England. By T. Smollett, M.D. Volume the first. Volume 4
transcribed: Smollett's Histy. Of England
Rufus KingSpirit of Laws Volume 1
transcribed: Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws
George PollockThe works of J.J. Rousseau Volume 19
transcribed: Rousseau
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