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James Pettit Andrews

The history of Great Britain, connected with the chronology of Europe: With notes, &c. containing anecdotes of the times, lives of the learned, and specimens of their works. From Cæsar’s invasion, to the deposition and death of Richard II. By James Pettit Andrews, F.A.S.

London: Printed by T. Burton and Co. Little Queen-Street, Holborn, for T. Cadell, Strand, 1794.
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The history of Great Britain, connected with the chronology of Europe: With notes, &c. containing anecdotes of the times, lives of the learned, and specimens of their works. From Cæsar’s invasion, to the deposition and death of Richard II. By James Pettit Andrews, F.A.S. Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Roger AldenVolume 112/30/18001/21/1801Andrew Grt Brition
Daniel Crommelin VerplanckVolume 11/24/18012/20/1801Andrews Gr Brit
Daniel Crommelin VerplanckVolume 22/20/18013/14/1801Andrews Gr Brit
Archibald Robertson11/23/180112/8/1801Andrew Continuat
Samuel WatkinsVolume 12/20/18023/22/18026dAndrews Gr. Brit
Roger AldenVolume 17/17/18027/22/1802Andrew's Continuation
John Stoutenburgh3/4/18033/10/1803Andrew's Gr. Brit
Daniel Crommelin VerplanckVolume 212/8/180312/15/1803Andrew Grt Brition
Joseph HopkinsVolume 18/29/18058/31/1805History Gr. Brit
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