City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
A collection of scarce and valuable tracts, on the most interesting and entertaining subjects: but chiefly such as relate to the history and constitution of these kingdoms. Selected from an infinite number in Print and Manuscript, in the Royal, Cotton, Sion, and other publick, as well as private libraries; particularly that of the late Lord Sommers. Revised by eminent hands.
London: Printed for F. Cogan, at the Middle-Temple-Gate, Fleet-Street., 1748.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Brockholst Livingston||7/31/1789||8/3/1789||Valuable Tracts||Self|
|William Samuel Johnson||8/10/1789||8/12/1789||Valuable Tracts|
|Henry Oudenaarde||4/12/1790||4/19/1790||Valuable Tracts|
|Peter Masterton||6/15/1790||6/17/1790||Valuable Tracts|
|Leonard M. Cutting||2/3/1791||1/5/1791||Scarce Tracts||Mr. Morton|
|Elijah Pell||2/15/1791||2/18/1791||Valuable tracts|
|Robert Watts||3/17/1791||4/7/1791||Valuable Tracts|
|Philip Mark||10/10/1791||10/18/1791||Valuable tracts|
|Nicholas Roosevelt||11/4/1791||11/9/1791||Valuable Tracts|
|William G. Miller||Volume 1||5/30/1801||6/2/1801||Scarce Tracts|
|David Van Horne||Volume 1||9/25/1801||9/26/1801||Scarce Tract|
|Alphius Sherman||Volume 1||4/25/1803||4/29/1803||Scarce Tracts|