Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Martin HoffmanThe Sicilian tyrant, or, The life of Agathocles.
transcribed: Sicilian Tyrant
Richard Perrinchief2/15/17922/17/1792
Theodore SedgwickTravels into Poland, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark Volume 1
transcribed: Coxe's Travels
8/10/17898/19/1789Self
George ThatcherAn universal history, from the earliest account of time. Compiled from original authors; and illustrated wi... Volume 1
transcribed: Modern Universal History
8/10/17898/21/1789Self
Paine WingateDissertations on the English language
transcribed: Webster's Dissertations
Noah Webster8/10/17898/21/1789Self
Isaac ColesTravels through France and Italy Volume 2
transcribed: Smollett's Travels
8/10/17898/28/1789Self
Jonathan ElmerA tour in the United States of America Volume 1
transcribed: Smith's Tour
8/12/17898/19/1789Self
Charles John EvansSpectacle de la nature Volume 6
transcribed: Nature Display'd
8/12/17898/14/1789boy
George ReadAnnual Register (New) Volume 1785
transcribed: N. Annual Register
8/12/17898/19/1789doorkepr.
John Vernon HenryThe origin of laws, arts, and sciences, and their progress among the most ancient nations. Translated from ... Volume 3
transcribed: Origin of laws
8/12/17899/16/1789Self2s/4d
Cornelius StevensonAnnual Register (New) Volume 1780
transcribed: N.A. Register
8/14/17899/4/1789Self
Thomas FitzsimonsTravels in the two Sicilies, by Henry Swinburne, Esq. in the years 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780. Volume 2
transcribed: Swinburne's Travels
8/14/17898/17/1789
Martin HoffmanHistory of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Volume 7
transcribed: Gibbon's Rom. Histy.
8/14/17898/28/1789Self
Thomas CooperLectures on rhetoric and belles lettres. By Hugh Blair, ... In three volumes. ... Volume 2
transcribed: Blair's Lectures
8/14/17899/2/1789Self
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