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The epistolary correspondence of Sir Richard Steele; volume the first : containing letters to his second wife, Mrs. Mary Scurlock, and her two daughters : now first printed from the originals, which are deposited in the British Museum : illustrated with literary and historical anecdotes / by John Nichols.

London: Printed by and for the editor ; and sold by J. Robson and W. Clarke, New Bond-street , G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Pater-noster Row , J. Walter, Charing-cross, and C. Dilly, in the Poultry, 1787.
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The epistolary correspondence of Sir Richard Steele; volume the first : containing letters to his second wife, Mrs. Mary Scurlock, and her two daughters : now first printed from the originals, which are deposited in the British Museum : illustrated with literary and historical anecdotes / by John Nichols. Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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William Samuel Johnson4/19/17904/21/1790Stiles's Correspondence
Robert Charles JohnsonVolume 24/19/17904/21/1790Steeles Corresondence
David M. ClarksonVolume 15/26/17905/28/1790Stuls Correspondence
David M. ClarksonVolume 25/28/17906/2/1790"
Peter T. CurteniusVolume 12/24/17912/28/1791States Correspondent
Peter T. CurteniusVolume 22/28/17913/4/1791"
John SwaineVolume 16/11/17916/13/1791State's Correspondence
John KempVolume 13/8/17923/10/1792Steeles Correspondent
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