City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
A new system of geography : in which is given a general account of the situations and limits, the manners, history, and constitution of the several kingdoms and states in the known world : and a very particular description of their subdivisions and dependencies, their cities and towns, forts, sea-ports, produce, manufactures and commerce.
London: Printed for A. Millar., 1762.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John Meyer||Volume 1||3/29/1790||4/14/1790||Burtchings Geography|
|Henry Remsen||Volume 1||5/26/1790||5/31/1790||Burchings Geog.|
|Peter Kettletas||Volume 1||6/7/1790||6/11/1790||Buschings Geography|
|Peter Kettletas||Volume 6||6/11/1790||6/12/1790||"|
|Francis L. Harison||Volume 1||1/8/1800||1/17/1800||Busching's Geog.|
|John Duryie||Volume 1||2/14/1804||2/24/1804||Busching's Geography|
|William Rhinelander||Volume 1||12/3/1805||12/7/1805||Bussings Geography|