Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Charles John EvansThe interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African.
transcribed: Gustavus Vasa
Olaudah Equiano2/11/17922/20/1792
Tristram DaltonAn historical and political view of the constitution and revolutions of Geneva, in the eighteenth century. Written or...
transcribed: Revolution of Geneva
Francis d'Ivernois8/3/17898/26/1789Self4d
George ReadAnnual Register (New) Volume 1789
transcribed: N. Annual Register
8/5/1789Self
Jonathan ElmerModern Europe Volume 1
transcribed: Modern Europe
8/5/17898/12/1789Self
William FewThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 3
transcribed: Gordon's Histy. Of America
8/5/17898/21/1789Self
Charles John EvansSpectacle de la nature Volume 4
transcribed: Nature Displayed
8/5/17898/7/1789Self
Charles John EvansSpectacle de la nature Volume 5
transcribed: Nature Displayed
8/7/17898/12/1789son
Beulah MurrayTales of the castle Volume 1
transcribed: Tales of the Castle
8/7/17898/14/1789Self
Captain MillerFool of quality; or, the history of Henry early of Moreland. Volume 2
transcribed: Fool of Quality
8/7/17898/19/1789son
John Pintard, Jr.Tales of the castle Volume 2
transcribed: Tales of the Castle
8/7/17898/7/1789
John Pintard, Jr.Caroline of Lichtfield; a novel. Translated from the French. By Thomas Holcroft. Volume 2
transcribed: Caroline
8/7/17898/28/17891s/2d
John Pintard, Jr.Caroline of Lichtfield; a novel. Translated from the French. By Thomas Holcroft. Volume 1
transcribed: Caroline
8/7/17898/28/17891s/2d
John BrownDean on Brutes
transcribed: Dean on Brutes
Richard Dean8/7/17898/12/1789Self
Prosper WetmoreThe lady’s encyclopedia Volume 3
transcribed: Lady's Encyclopaedia
8/7/17898/12/1789Self
Jacob ReedA general description of China Volume 2
transcribed: Description of China
8/10/17898/21/1789Self
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