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Biographia Gallica: or, the lives of the most eminent French writers of both sexes, in divinity, philosophy, mathematics, history, poetry, &c. From the restoration of learning under Francis I. to the present time. Interspersed with pieces of literature and collateral history. In two volumes. ...

London: Printed for R. Griffiths, at the Dunciad in St. Paul’s Church-Yard; and L. Davis, at Lord Bacon’s Head, in Fleet-street, 1752.
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Biographia Gallica: or, the lives of the most eminent French writers of both sexes, in divinity, philosophy, mathematics, history, poetry, &c. From the restoration of learning under Francis I. to the present time. Interspersed with pieces of literature and collateral history. In two volumes. ... Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Charles WilkesVolume 17/19/17907/24/1790Biogr. Gallica
Charles WilkesVolume 27/24/17907/26/1790"
Israel WilkesVolume 27/30/17908/2/1790Bio Gallica
Israel WilkesVolume 48/2/17908/4/1790"
John SeamanVolume 11/6/17921/20/1792Biographia Gallia
Philip Rhinelander1/17/17921/18/1792Biographia Gallica
Israel WilkesVolume 12/4/17922/9/1792Bio Gallica
Samuel King2/18/18052/23/1805Vindica Gallica
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