Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Alexander ZuntzLetters of an Italian nun and an English gentleman. Translated from the French of J. J. Rousseau.
transcribed: Italian Nun
Jean-Jacques Rousseau10/13/179110/20/1791
Alexander ZuntzCecilia Volume 1
transcribed: Cecilia
10/20/179111/29/17912s/3p
Alexander ZuntzCecilia Volume 2
transcribed: "
11/29/179112/3/1791
Alexander ZuntzCecilia Volume 3
transcribed: "
12/10/179112/20/1791
Alexander ZuntzThe convent Volume 1
transcribed: Convent
12/20/17911/3/1792
Alexander ZuntzThe convent Volume 2
transcribed: "
1/3/17921/10/1792
Alexander ZuntzThe works of Henry Fielding, Esq; Volume 10
transcribed: Fieldg
1/10/17921/21/1792
Alexander ZuntzThe works of Henry Fielding, Esq; Volume 11
transcribed: "
1/21/17922/4/1792
Alexander ZuntzLouisa; or the cottage on the moor. In two volumes. By Mrs. Helme.
transcribed: Louisa
Elizabeth Helme2/4/17922/18/1792
Alexander ZuntzArundel. By the author of The observer. Volume 1
transcribed: Arundel
2/18/17923/3/1792
Alexander ZuntzArundel. By the author of The observer. Volume 2
transcribed: "
3/3/17923/14/1792
Alexander ZuntzFrederick Volume 1
transcribed: Frederic
3/14/17923/17/1792
Alexander ZuntzFrederick Volume 2
transcribed: "
3/17/17923/24/1792
Alexander ZuntzCharles & Theresa Volume 9
transcribed: Charles & Theresa
3/24/17924/12/1792
Alexander ZuntzEleonora. 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 Goethe4/12/17924/26/1792
Alexander ZuntzCaroline of Lichtfield; a novel. Translated from the French. By Thomas Holcroft. Volume 1
transcribed: Caroline
4/26/17925/3/1792
George TurnbullThe guardian Volume 1
transcribed: Guardian
12/2/179012/4/1790
George TurnbullThe guardian Volume 2
transcribed: "
12/4/179012/9/1790
George TurnbullTravels through Germany. In a series of letters; written in German by the Baron Riesbeck, and translated by the Rev. ...
transcribed: Ruisbeck's Travels
Johann Kaspar Riesbeck12/30/17901/8/1791
George TurnbullThe Incas Volume 1
transcribed: Marimon Incas
3/10/17913/24/1791
George TurnbullThe Incas Volume 2
transcribed: "
3/24/17913/27/1791
George TurnbullArundel. By the author of The observer. Volume 1
transcribed: Arundle
3/29/17916/2/1791
George TurnbullArundel. By the author of The observer. Volume 2
transcribed: "
6/2/17916/4/1791
George TurnbullOeuvres de Moliere, avec des remarques grammaticales, des avertissements, et des observations sur chaque piece Volume 5
transcribed: Moliere's works
6/15/17916/24/1791
George TurnbullLetters written by His Excellency Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in the year 1675. To which...
transcribed: Essex Letters
Arthur Capel Essex6/24/17916/27/1791
George TurnbullThe beauties of Genlis; being a select collection, of the most beautiful tales and other striking extracts, from Adel...
transcribed: Beauty Genlis
Stéphanie Félicité, comtesse de Genlis6/27/17916/30/1791
George TurnbullSmellies Philosophy Volume 1
transcribed: Smellies Philo.
11/14/179111/21/1791
George TurnbullThe age of Lewis XIV / translated from the French of M. de Voltaire. Volume 1
transcribed: Age Lewis 14
11/21/179112/26/1791
George TurnbullPlutarch’s Lives, translated from the original Greek, with notes critical and historical, and a new Life ... Volume 1
transcribed: Plutarch's
1/24/17922/22/17921s/2p
George TurnbullA political survey of Britain Volume 2
transcribed: Campbell's Survey
7/24/17898/3/1789Self
George TurnbullCitizen of the World Volume 2
transcribed: Citizen of the World
11/4/178911/13/1789
George TurnbullThe connoisseur / by Mr. Town, critic and censor-general Volume 3
transcribed: Conoisseur
9/25/17899/28/1789
George TurnbullGregorys Works Volume 2
transcribed: Gregory's Works
10/9/178910/12/1789
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