Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Charles John EvansThe interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by himself.
transcribed: Gustavus Vasa
Olaudah Equiano2/11/17922/20/1792
Tristram DaltonAn historical and political view of the constitution and revolutions of Geneva, in the eighteenth century. Written or...
transcribed: Revolution of Geneva
Francis d'Ivernois8/3/17898/26/1789Self4d
George ReadAnnual Register (New) Volume 1789
transcribed: N. Annual Register
8/5/1789Self
Jonathan ElmerThe history of modern Europe. With an account of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, and a view of th... Volume 1
transcribed: Modern Europe
8/5/17898/12/1789Self
William FewThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 3
transcribed: Gordon's Histy. Of America
8/5/17898/21/1789Self
Charles John EvansSpectacle de la nature Volume 4
transcribed: Nature Displayed
8/5/17898/7/1789Self
Charles John EvansSpectacle de la nature Volume 5
transcribed: Nature Displayed
8/7/17898/12/1789son
Beulah MurrayTales of the castle Volume 1
transcribed: Tales of the Castle
8/7/17898/14/1789Self
Captain MillerFool of quality; or, the history of Henry early of Moreland. Volume 2
transcribed: Fool of Quality
8/7/17898/19/1789son
John Pintard, Jr.Tales of the castle Volume 2
transcribed: Tales of the Castle
8/7/17898/7/1789
John Pintard, Jr.Caroline of Lichtfield; a novel. Translated from the French. By Thomas Holcroft. Volume 2
transcribed: Caroline
8/7/17898/28/17891s/2d
John Pintard, Jr.Caroline of Lichtfield; a novel. Translated from the French. By Thomas Holcroft. Volume 1
transcribed: Caroline
8/7/17898/28/17891s/2d
John BrownAn essay on the future life of brutes
transcribed: Dean on Brutes
Richard Dean8/7/17898/12/1789Self
Prosper WetmoreThe lady’s encyclopedia Volume 3
transcribed: Lady's Encyclopaedia
8/7/17898/12/1789Self
Jacob ReedA general description of China Volume 2
transcribed: Description of China
8/10/17898/21/1789Self
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