John Scott

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Borrowing activity from 8/31/1799 to 9/28/1801.

John Morin Scott (1730 New York City – September 14, 1784 New York City) was a lawyer, military officer, and statesman before, during and after the American Revolution.

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Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Full Title Author Volume Date Out Date In Rep. Fine Ledger
Transcribed: Bernes PoemsRobert Burns8/31/179911/16/17992/4
Transcribed: Theob. Shakesp.William ShakespeareVolume 11/15/18002/8/180010d
Transcribed: Boswells Life John.James BoswellVolume 14/25/18005/15/1800
Transcribed: "James BoswellVolume 25/15/18005/27/1800
Transcribed: "James BoswellVolume 35/27/18006/4/1800
Transcribed: Pratts GleaningsSamuel Jackson PrattVolume 44/1/18017/1/18018/
Transcribed: Petrarchs ViewFrancesco Petrarca7/1/18018/12/18013/4
Transcribed: Melmoths PlinyPliny the Younger; William MelmothVolume 18/12/18019/4/18012d
Transcribed: Burke SublimeEdmund Burke9/4/18019/18/1801
Transcribed: Translation T. Liv. Livy9/18/18019/28/1801
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