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Jonathan Carver

The new universal traveller : containing a full and distinct account of all the empires, kingdoms, and states, in the known world. Delineating not only their situation, climate, soil, and produce, whether animal, vegetable, or mineral, but comprising also an interesting detail of the manners, customs, constitutions, religions, learning, arts, manufactures, commerce, and military force, of all the countries that have been visited by travellers or navigators, from the beginning of the world to the present time. Accompanied with a description of all the celebrated antiquities, and an accurate history of every nation, from the earliest periods. The whole being intended to convey a clear idea of the present state of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, in every particular that can either add to useful knowledge, or prove interesting to curiosity / by J. Carver, Esq. author of Travels through the interior parts of North America.

London: Printed for G. Robinson, in Paternoster-Row, 1779.
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The new universal traveller : containing a full and distinct account of all the empires, kingdoms, and states, in the known world. Delineating not only their situation, climate, soil, and produce, whether animal, vegetable, or mineral, but comprising also an interesting detail of the manners, customs, constitutions, religions, learning, arts, manufactures, commerce, and military force, of all the countries that have been visited by travellers or navigators, from the beginning of the world to the present time. Accompanied with a description of all the celebrated antiquities, and an accurate history of every nation, from the earliest periods. The whole being intended to convey a clear idea of the present state of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, in every particular that can either add to useful knowledge, or prove interesting to curiosity / by J. Carver, Esq. author of Travels through the interior parts of North America. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Captain Miller8/28/17899/18/1789Carver's Travelsson
Garrett Abeel9/16/17899/21/1789Carver's Travels
James Inglis10/12/178910/21/1789Carver's Travels
Peter Kettletas10/26/178910/28/1789Carver's Travels
Cornelius I. BogartVolume 210/30/178911/5/1789Carver's Travels
Gulian Verplanck1/11/17901/18/1790Carvers Universal Traveler
Isaac Van VleeckVolume 11/15/17901/29/1790Gage's Travels
Isaac Van VleeckVolume 21/29/17902/12/1790"
Edward Livingston2/8/17903/3/1790Carvers Travels
Isaac Van VleeckVolume 32/12/17902/26/1790"
Lieut. Col. George Turnbull4/30/17905/17/1790Carver's Travels
John Jay9/16/17909/28/1790Carver's Travel
John Keese10/25/179011/20/1790Carvers travels
Samuel Dunscomb3/10/17913/11/1791Calvers travels
Francis Lewis8/20/17918/31/1791Carvers Travels
Henry Ten Brook9/3/17919/12/1791Carver's Traveller
George Bond9/23/179110/4/1791Carvers travels
Thomas EllisonVolume 110/7/179111/18/1791Carvers Travels
John Keese12/23/179112/31/1791Carvers travels
Robert Mott12/30/17912/13/17921sCarvers travels
Nathaniel Hawxhurst2/13/17924/2/17922sCarver Travels
Abraham Gomez8/19/17998/21/1799Carvers Travels
Anna Maria Schieffelin8/21/179911/7/1799Carvers U. Travels
William Kenyon8/30/179910/29/1799Carvers Travels
Joseph Williams10/29/179910/30/1799Carvers Travels
Rebecca LaightVolume 12/24/18002/26/1800Carvers Travels
John HoneVolume 13/3/18003/14/1800Carvers Travels
Martin Schenk3/5/18004/28/1800Carvers U. Traveller
Samuel Delaplaine7/19/18008/2/1800Carvers Travels (folio)
Francis Arden8/28/180010/21/18005/6Carver's Travels
John Moore10/22/180010/29/1800Carvers Travels
Robert Benson11/13/180012/2/1800Carvers Travels
George Bowne Jr.12/13/180012/22/1803Carver's Travels
John Ten Eyck12/27/18001/9/1801Carver Travels
William Ustick7/13/18017/21/1801Carvers Travels
Bernardus SwartwoutVolume 110/29/180111/10/1801Carvers Travels
James Watson4/6/18024/9/1802Carvers Travels
Catharine Cox6/3/18026/24/1802Carvers Travels
Archibald Robertson6/25/18026/29/1802Carvers Travels
Robert C. Livingston7/14/18027/16/1802Carver's Travels
Gilbert Milligan8/30/18029/13/1802Carvers Travels
William Maxwell11/15/180211/29/1802Carver's Travels
William Johnson12/27/180212/27/1802Carvers Travels
Silas Talbot1/4/18031/7/1803Carvers Travers
John Shaw2/5/18032/7/1803Cavers America
John Murray Jr.3/10/18033/14/1803Carvers Travels
Christian SchultzVolume 16/30/180311/12/1803Carvers U Traveller
Christian SchultzVolume 26/30/180311/12/1803Carvers U Traveller
Christian Nestel7/4/18037/6/1803Carver's Travels
Christian Nestel7/6/18037/20/1803"
Edward Lyde8/16/18038/24/1803Carvers Travels
Henry Mitchell1/7/18041/16/1804Carvers Travels
Israel Haveland1/16/18041/19/1804Carvers Travels
Henry M. Van Solingen5/29/18046/8/1804Carvers Travels
Charlotte White6/18/18046/23/1804Carvers Travels
Charles L. Camman12/18/180412/18/1804Carvers Travels
William Boyd1/22/18051/24/1805Carvers Travels
Moses Judah1/26/18052/18/18054dCarvers Travels
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