Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Dominick LynchThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 1
transcribed: Gordons War
2/8/17902/24/1790
Dominick LynchThe annual register, or, A view of the history, politicks, and literature for the year ... Volume 1780
transcribed: Ann. Reg
2/24/17904/21/17906s
Dominick LynchThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 2
transcribed: Gordons War
4/21/17904/30/1790
Dominick LynchThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 3
transcribed: "
4/30/179010/8/1790
Dominick LynchThe history of the revolution of South-Carolina
transcribed: Ramsays S. Carolina
David Ramsay2/6/17922/20/1792
Dominick LynchThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 1
transcribed: Gordons War
2/20/17923/2/1792
Dominick LynchThe life and most surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, mariner. Containing a full and particular accoun...
transcribed: Crusoe
Daniel Defoe3/2/17924/11/17922s/6p
Dominick LynchThe history and adventures of the renowned Don Quixote. Translated from the Spanish of Miguel De Cervantes ... Volume 1
transcribed: Don Quixote
4/11/17924/26/17924p
Dominick LynchThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 2
transcribed: Gordons War
4/26/17925/3/1792
William LinnHistory of the Honourable Edward Mortimer. By a lady.
transcribed: Ed. Mortimer
Albinia Gwynn3/12/17923/13/1792
William LinnThe works of the Marchioness de Lambert. Volume 1
transcribed: Lamberts works
3/12/17923/15/1792
William LinnSentimental beauties and moral delineations
transcribed: Senti. Beauties
Hugh Blair3/13/17923/24/1792
William LinnThe beauties of Goldsmith, or, The moral and sentimental treasury of genius.
transcribed: Goldsmith Beauties
Oliver Goldsmith3/15/17923/19/1792
William LinnParental Solicitude
transcribed: Par. Solicitude
James Whitelaw3/19/17923/24/1792
William LinnThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 23
transcribed: Johnson
3/24/17923/29/1792
William LinnThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 29
transcribed: "
3/24/17923/29/1792
William LinnThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 2
transcribed: "
3/29/17923/31/1792
William LinnThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 1
transcribed: "
3/29/17923/31/1792
William LinnThe interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African.
transcribed: Gustavus Vasa
Olaudah Equiano4/2/17924/21/17925d
William LinnThe works of Richard Savage, Esq., son of the Earl Rivers Volume 2
transcribed: Savage
4/8/17924/10/1792
William LinnOeuvres de Monsieur de V*** [Voltaire]. Volume 37
transcribed: Voltaire
4/10/17924/12/1792
William LinnThe works of Henry Fielding, Esq; Volume 8
transcribed: Field
4/12/17924/17/1792
William LinnBee Volume 3
transcribed: Bee
4/17/17924/21/1792
William LinnBee Volume 4
transcribed: "
4/21/17924/25/1792
William LinnBee Volume 6
transcribed: "
4/21/17924/25/1792
William LinnThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 31
transcribed: Johnson
4/25/17924/28/1792
William LinnThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 30
transcribed: Johnson
4/25/17924/28/1792
William LinnRecess Volume 1
transcribed: Recess
4/28/17925/5/1792
William LinnThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 25
transcribed: Johnson
4/28/17925/5/1792
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