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Travels, in various parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, during a series of thirty years and upwards. By John Macdonald, A Cadet of the Family of Keppoch in Inverness-Shire; who, After the Ruin of his Family in 1745, was thrown when a Child on the wide World; the Ways of which, with many curious, useful, and interesting Particulars he had occasion to observe, and has taken care, by Means of a regular Journal, to record, while he served, in various departments, a great number of Noblemen and Gentlemen, English, Scotch, Irish, Dutch, &c. &c.
London: printed for the author, and sold by J. Forbes, Covent-Garden, 1790.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Joseph Williams||10/25/1799||10/26/1799||Macdonalds Travels|
|Abraham Bussing||2/12/1800||2/12/1800||Macdonals Travels|
|Thomas Gardner||10/18/1800||10/21/1800||M'Dounalds Travels|
|Richard S. Badger||12/29/1801||1/7/1802||McDonalds Travels|
|Gilbert Milligan||1/8/1802||1/11/1802||McDonalds Travels|
|Charles Wilkes||1/28/1803||1/31/1803||Macdonalds Travels|
|Charles Wilkes||2/10/1803||2/15/1803||McDonalds Travels|
|William Wheeler||12/14/1803||12/20/1803||McDonald's Travels|